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of New will b« held local Meth- evening were pursued of Un- on "The who week were Leila Harry Charles the The fifth "te M E evening of Hays works, celebrated their 12th birthday Sunday, March 15, 1936. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wigham and daughter. Dorothy Anna, of Morgantown, Morgantown, W. Va., were visiting at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Russell, of Hays works, Sunday, March 15, 1936. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Russell were in Dunbar Saturday, March 14, visiting j Mr. Russell's mother, who has been' very ill, but is much improved. 1 Mrs. Solon Lowry of Dunbar, sisier of Edward L. Russell, is ill and will be admitted to the Connellsville hospital hospital this coming week. Edward L. Russell is very busy these days with his nsw job as a WPA literacy teacher. He resigned his job on the Smithfield road project project on March 7, and took up his new duties on Monday, March 9. Alberta Music "Orphan Wilhelm. Rote Poem, Eyes," by Charleston, by song, by A party hall of to celebrate thy Brant. in playing Lunch was lovely attending Earley \Tf* o M rl \f+f Mr. and daughter, t v i i j j

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 26 Mar 1936, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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