Aunt Laura having dinner at Uncle Jack's

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Aunt Laura having dinner at Uncle Jack's - PAGE TWO DENTON JOURNAL, DENTON, MARYLAND...
PAGE TWO DENTON JOURNAL, DENTON, MARYLAND Friday, September 25, 1059 DENTON JOURNAL Established 1845 Melvin £ Johnson, Incorporated BENJAMIN F. JOHNSON, SK., President' and Tiriisurer BENJAMIN F. JOHNSON, JR., Viee-President MALCOLM MELVIN, Secretary Published every Friday at 205 Market Street, Denton, Maryland, The County Seat of Caroline County. Entered as second-class matter, March 3, 1879, at the postoilice at Denton, Maryland, under the Act of March 3, 1879. N A T I O N A L E D I T O R I A L A Family Ne\vspai»er-- Hevotecl to Lo" ' " "* """ ~ cal and General Intelligence, Agriculture and Advertising. Independent on all subjects. Subscription--$2.00 per Annum In Advance JlfOJN A F F I L I A T E M E M B E R Laird; Mrs. Emma Lord, of Ridgely. and Mrs. Mary Iloldon, of Denton. Mrs. Charles D i l l is on the sick list. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Ethel Ebling has ivturnod to her home from the Memorial Hospital at Easton, much improved. Miss Betty Jean Bilbrough, s t u dent nurse of Jefferson Hospital, in Philadelphia, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bilbrough. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boulais, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Butler and Miss Elizabeth Vickcry, of Denton, toured points of interest on the Western Shore on Sunday. HILLSBORO Mrs. G. Russell Eaton, Correspondent spent this past week w i t h her son and daughter-in-law, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Clarence Towers. Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, of Chester, Pa., wen: overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Towers last week. Mrs. Harry Vance, of Grasonville, spent Sunday afternoon w i t h her sister. Mrs. Emma Nichols. Mrs. Mildred Pennington, of Baltimore, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Stoops and family were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Norman Wilson and family, Ridgely. Mrs. Charles Scott spent Sunday in Rehoboth recently. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Brown, of Florida, called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Sherwood and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Fleming on Friday. family, all ol Newark, and Mrs. Ethel Perry, of New Castle, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hall Pepper and family during the weekend. Aunt Pearl's 4-11 Club went on a strawridc Saturday night, ending with ji weenie roast at Stony Point. Despite the cool weather all had a good time gathered around the campfire in warm, friendly fashion. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Eveland and family on Sunday were Mrs. Ethel Poore, of Greensboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Eveland and children. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Perry and sons, of Chestertown, were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Watson and children were weekend guests of Mr. granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fleming and Mrs. Charles Scott spent Tuesday on a shopping trip in Baltimore. Richard Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Murphy, entered Fork Union Military Academy, Virginia, on Tuesday of last week. Sunday, Sept. 27, will be Rally and Promotion Day at the Hillsboro- Quecn Anne Methodist Church. Services start at 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rhodes, of Milford, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Sherwood and family. Mrs. Laura Eveland, Mr. and Mrs. James Eveland were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Laura Eveland's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watts, of Hartly. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas and

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