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PAGE TWELVE Personal And Social News Mr. and Mrs. John W. Harris en- Mr. Alfred G. Gelletly, of tertained members of their family and other friends at a turkey dinner visited his mother, Mrs. A. G. Gelletly, and family, of Williston, last at their home near Burrsville on | week-end. Thursday evening, January 8th. The occasion celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary. Those present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Henry and daughter, Eloise; Mr. and Mrs. James Brogley and children, Jimmy, John, Shirley, Anna Mae and Jean; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Slaughter and children, Charles and Eleanor Jane; Mr. and Mrs. Medford Walls, Mr. John Roland Harris, Mr and "Mrs. Harvey Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. William Joiner, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Spicher, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Geis- .el and son, Paul; Mrs. Mary Geisel, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fisher, Mrs. Fred Parker, Mr. Benjamin Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parker and sons, Billy and Freddie, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlegel, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Spence, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rash, Mr, James W. Rash, Mrs. Lydia Starkey. Mr. and Mrs. Harris received many useful gifts. An enjoyable evening was spent by all. UNCLAIMED BANK FUND NEAR DEADLINE Unless the unclaimed funds in hands of State Bank Commissioner J. Millard Tawes, acting as receiver of Goldsboro Bank of Goldsboro, claimed on or before March 10, will be transferred to the Caroline County commissioners for the use the public schools. The order of the circuit court Caroline county, in equity, signed Judge William R. Homey, in the of the State of Maryland against the Goldsboro Bank, will be published once a week for four successive weeks, before February 7, to acquaint persons entitled to such funds of the fact that the sum of $304.04 remains unclaimed. --DEATHS-- ARTHUR A. ANTHONY Arthur A. Anthony, 69, a farmei living near Denton, died very suddenly Wednesday morning while al work on a nearby poultry farm.