Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
KITZMILLER KittmiUer. MÂ«, Nov. 25 Mrs. John Bishop gave a party honor of her granddaughter Neva's birthday. Present were; Neva Bishop Holland, Mrs. Iva Walker, Laura Belie Burrell, Betsy itarkley. Susan WarnicK, Carol Hart, Peggy Rawlings. Mary Kath- the and a and Mr. Mrs. ryn Cooke. Romona Hart, Mary Jane Wriston. Irene Sellers. Miss Lois Pritts, Madison College; Miss Ann Hardy, Tampa, Florida, and Miss Mary Ann Chaplan. Richmond, Va, visited the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pritts. Miss Dorothy Rowe. Mrs. Mullen and Lester Wilhelm visited at Grantsvllle. Md. Miss Dorothy Smith returned to Madison College. The W. S. C. S. of the Church was entertained by Mrs. L. C. Hntson. Present were: dames Walter Schwlnabert. Edward Hamill, Emma Ridder, Stanley 8. Bender. Blanche Wilson, Arlie rick, Ora Weicht, Howard Wriston, Tcrrance O'Donnell, Elzie Knotts, Eugene Harpold, Rebecca Hutson, Ray Barlon, Evelyn, Ruth and Hutson. The W. S. C. S. will chicken and waffle supper Satur- day. Geo. con- Mrs. Mrs. Isaac Poor- Roy Mr and Nel- Mrs. Hattie Hoskins returned Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Marjorie Holland and chil- dren, Charles, Deloris and Joann, Cumberland, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McRobie. Mrs. Amanda Mosser returned home from Reeves Clinic, Western- port. Mrs. John Bishop will entertain the Homemakers Thursday night. Miss Evelyn Hutson returned Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. John H. visited their daughter, Mrs. neth Howe, Westernport. Mrs.. Dessie Junkins visited at Hagerstown, Md. Aubury Phillips visited at West- ernport, Md.