High excitement out in Middleburg, Va. There, you know, Emmanuel Episcopal Church's grand Spring Rummage Sale kicks off the Hunt Country's social season. This year, Warner Corner was the hit. Gilt chairs--labeled "Elizabeth Taylor Warner's Ballroom Chairs"--perched near some very smart suits, late of the wardrobe of Sen. John Warner. John's white-tie-and-tails-with-all-the-trimmings, niftily stitched on Saville Row in '59, were snapped up for $55 by Gwen Dobson. (Gwen, once Women's Editor of The Washington Star, owns the chic Iron Jockey boutique out there. Watch her son John Lindsay Dobson bloom into nouveau formality, as soon as the trouser legs are taken up.) A navy blue Saville Row pin-striped suit, also fresh from the Warner closet, was snagged by Marguerite Kelly, keen-eyed scribe on kiddie-raising. It will be snipped down to fit her mate. He is tiny, tubby, but terrific Washington author Tom Kelly. "Thirty smackers for a thousand-dollar suit," sighs Tom. "And think. When I meet Liz Taylor, she'll say to me, 'You know, there's something about you I feel I've known for years.' " Trickle-down works beautifully in Hunt Country, as you can see. Stay tuned.