1933 Geo A Sites
CLEARSPRING ClearspriiiK, July *• Mr. Ceorge Snydcr of'Baltimore, silent the pasl week-end with iiis mother, -Mrs. Knyder and abuts, Misses Viola am' KHa Snyder, Mrs. (iernlil I). Lynch and rtangls- ter. Kilcen, returned by motor in ll:eir Iionu: at ^"cb.= t<?r. K. Y., last Saturday after spending about ten days ••with her home- folks. Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. I'*nnkh'inj5er. sister, .Mrs. ORorjrc A. Sites and oilier relatives and Mrs. ' ITarel Liisby of Baltimore spent a day la^t week willi them. Mr. George A. Sites returned to his home, hist Thursday evening. much Improved, after an ((iteration for appendicitis at the Washington Washington County Hospital, where he was a patient for more than six weeks. Miss Helen Cushwa. student imrSR at the Kmersency 1 [ORpita!, Washington, T). (.'.. spent the holiday holiday (Ills week with her part>ritf. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cn.shwa. Wf* Bclty l-V-sylh has reUirned nalllmtirft after siienillnR a wcch wilh her homn folkF. Mr. and Mrs, John R, Fnrsyth Indian Springs. Mrs. William Toflrick Is improving improving after ItoinK tpillo Ul for several days. Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Teilrick (•nlcrhilncrl rclalivns and friends o[ I'liilatlel])liia over Ihc \vock-ciul. Mr. and Mrs. .icsso Hull inoloveil Co .TnliiuslcMvn, I'a., and veiled ^ rolalivrs for sorenil days. Mr. and .Mrs. I 1 . It. Compiler anil son. Hnlierl. spoil', last Sunday will Mrs. Compiler's homo folks, Mr anrt Mrs. V. (!. H'liiililinnser. Ills PaliicEn Compiler rclnriicd hnm willi ilioin rtfioi spondiii!? n week willi licr i:randnnrpn(s. Mr. ami Mrs. Kml I.. Rprccltei tind stui. Uolilir, siicnl (he ii;\5 wcpk-cnil at Ills lioinn al Walmi I'nlnt.