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with ELK GARDEN Elk G_rd«» : W. Va , Oct. 11 E * L*d«t U Celebrate Elk Lodge. No. 44, K. of P., will its fifth district convention. Oct. ao and will also celebrate Ita forty-ninth anniversary, "The Great I will present thirty . u_U» of entertainment clo»}ng witi- a musicaie. Dewey Dick has charge of refreshments assisted by Pythian Sisters. A charter was granted this lodge in 1839 with toe following members: Jos. f. White, Thomas McAnhur, Edward A. Keam, W. L. Norman, K. E. Burke. W. w. Bosley John E. Steiding, H. C. Dawson, [Joseph PritU, Albert Steiding, Jos- jeph Thompson. Levl Caster, E. M. Sheetz, George L_ Campbell, Robt. 1 i ~-» •*-— v *tjw AJ_ vy*MU^/UCU» XWDb. Sro*Uwood, D.-T. Beekman, Will E. Hubbs Social Notes A surprise party was tendered Aubrey Roderick on his forty-first Welsh, Keyser Ruth Hutson entertaini-d her Mn. Catnttac Glass, who is very m. Mm. LUll*c BUckhart. Hendrtek*, wa» a guest of Mn. P. H. Hanii. • Mr. and Mr*. Simon Oats, daughters Betty and Elsie and Mrs. Amanda- Krana attended the funeral funeral of Mrs. Oats' brother, Philip Michael, at North River. ROWLESBURG Rowleaburf. W. V«., Oct. 11 One hundred persons attended th« chicken dinner In the Knight* ot Pythias hall Thursd«y night, in cete- bratton of the completion of the redecorating; redecorating; of the h«U. R. Edwartl Anderson WM the toastmaster. A reception was held at the Methodist Methodist Episcopal Church, Friday night for the new pastor, Rev. Asa-' ^ Sunday Sch<)0i 1 ^•i^i**-in. < j i birthday on her twelfth at C. Kitzmiller. Ney Smith, Present teacher I Mlss Helen Bur ton, Jessie Bernar.l, I 21 * 13 and Laura Burrell. Lillian Prlce ' Mftry Susan Jones, Clara Dl- ! GusUno Mf "7 Lou Clark, Ruth, Dan 11 ^ a P" l y « the high ! Thur *lay evening. Guests wi Peggy =nd George Hutson. The Kitzmiller Senior 4-H Club high school were Miss Castell. Mary Mit- •chell Dorothy Kesner, Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Arnold, Mes- II|dames Delma Arnold. Virginia Burns, Maud Knotta. June O'DonneU. Edith Hutson attended county chorus rehearsals at Mt „' B " w » Edna HIcke >' . H T, I wm. Arnold their brother Will Simons! and Mrs. Wolfe, Graf ton. Fire Chief John Haydcn and Rowlesburg firemen are observing fire prevention we*k with drills, and inspection of property. Miss Ethel Peaslee entertained at bridge Saturday night. Canadian tallies were used. Prizes were English English china, bought in Canada. Tiny china dancing ladies were used as favors. Prizes were awarded Miss Laura Lyon, Mrs. Heed F. Myers and Miss Beatrice Walsh. Claude Mankins moved his family from Aurora into the Giffin apartments. apartments. Mrs. E, F. Giffin will be hostess to the October meeting of the woman's woman's Christian Temperance Union, Wednesday, 2 p. m. Miss Nita Anderson, head clerk ot the local post office, returned home from Union, W. Va. The Ladles' Auxiliary, Cannon Hill Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will serve the annual spaghetti supper. Oct. 12. The annual fall festival and McGuffey McGuffey program wUl be held in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Friday. MT. SAVAGE Mt. Savage, Oct. 11. Court Theresa, Catholic Daughters of America will meet in St. Patrick's Hall Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Misses Mary and Josephine Carabine Carabine and Michael Shea. Washington, Washington, visited the Misses Carabine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carabine. who come fronil aross - wno u ver y in - "Va., was home. Grace Henckel, Parsons, W. Mr. and Mrs. Lawernce Roderick Miss Yoianda Del Signore, visited the former's mother, Mrs. Lola Roderick, Davis. Miss Bpulah Lilier. Cumberland. Is 13 a BUC3t of her sUter Mrs - Nevn :Snannoltz - Mrs. Robert Luler ' IHyndman, Pa., was also a visitor. Guests of Mrs. Margaret Jinklns, ', were Mrs. Orie Graham, , 'jPiqua, Albert Roso, Mr. and Mrs. . Wm ' Na >" Ior - Mr - and Mrs. Joseph Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wolf. antl son JuRlor . Mrs. Mollle Wolf, Ellen Rice, Oakland and Miss Geraldine Jinklns and Miss Kelen Morris, Cumberland. Hiss Mary Burdock. R. N. Cleveland, Cleveland, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Burdock also Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Kilzmlller. Joan McKane, R. N. r Cumberland !is home. Mrs. Wanda McDonald, former resident at Elaine is ill at her home in Baltimore. Mrs. Iney Griffith and children, Hambeleton. were guests of Mr and Mrs. L. c. Hutson Mrs. Mildred ' Schwinabart is visiting Mrs. S. R. Shank. Cumber, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Loonls, Westernport. Milton Pritts attended the 313th infantry- reunion at Baltimore. Mrs. Stephen Dixon and daughter Mrs. J. E, Riddle were guests of and Joe companied her sister Miss Pauline Del Signore, R. N., Allegany Hospital, Hospital, Cumberland, on a visit to Elkins. Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Otto and son, Ernest, and daughter, Mildred, Washington, were guestes of Mrs. and Mrs. John Hawks. Miss Madaline Brannon, Washington, Washington, visited her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth Brannon. Mr. and Mrs. James Murray entertained entertained on the sixth birthday of their daughter, Mabel. Those present present were Joyce Burch, Eddie TJhl, Giendora uhl, Robert Murray, Emc- gene WItte, Beverly Wltte, -'---Stuart, Mary Lee Stuart. The Past Councilors of Pride o'f Mt. Savage, No. 20, Daughters of America, will meet tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. Alice Uhl. — Lois a of BARTON Barton, Md., Oct. il Birthday Dinner ! A dinner was given Sunday at the at home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stephen Stephen in honor of Mrs. Stephen's sixty-seventh birthday. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. William Stephen and Jackie, S. Cecila Dixon, Bayard. Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Children and Miss Eleanor Mr. and Mrs. Homer DeVall, Washington. Dr, and Mrs. James Condry and son. Jimmy, visited the former's brother, Dr. R. Condry. Elklns. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long and daughter returned to Pittsburgh after visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adams, John Long, Kitzmiller. and Mrs. Amanda Mosser returned to Kitzmiller after visiting her mother, and Billy Stephen. Lona-j coning; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Inskeep. Inskeep. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kimble, Mr. and Mrs. OUn Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. George Kirk wood, Mr. Mrs. Claude A. Martin, Mr. Mrs. J. Irvin Martin, Jo and and Ann Stephen, Lee Roy Green, Kenneth and Lee Kimble, Cora Lee and Billy Inskeep. Personals Lee Roy Green returned from C. C. C. camp to work at the B. & O. shops, Keyser. Miss Pay Boal returned after attending attending the Eckles school of- Embalming, Embalming, Philadelphia. Miss Anna McLuckie returned to Western Maryland College. at

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  2. 11 Oct 1938, Tue,
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