Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
KITZMILLER Kitzmiiler, Mel., July 17. Circle No. 3, Woman's Auxiliary, p res byterian Church, was enter- talne( , by Mfs Ruth Renshaw _ Present were Pearl Barrick. Olive' •Pritts, Mary Holland. Marie Moon;! i D U tv, "strachan ~Vlreir"i" : " inora titracnan, virgmi.. Weich, Florence Newhouee t ! T! , ressa Phillips, Lucile Jone*, Delia I i Mor ton and Mildred Barrick. i The Bible school of the Presbyterian Church was opened with an' enrollment of 86. The teachers nre Rev . A . s _ Gear,. Elva May Dean, | Mary Bishop Holland, Cora Camp| bell. Francine, Lois and Elnor Ann i p r itts. Mrs. Grace Evans entertained "" de No - 2 ° r tne Woman's Aux- ary . Present we re Mrs. Clarence. j Rollman, Mrs. Chas. H. Jones, Hat-! tie Ball. Emma Adams. Nona Aultl- man, Pearl Warnick, Anna Mcln- Cora Campbell. Annie Pritts. Olive Sowers. Sally Mclntyre, Pearl Barrick. Mary Sharpless, Grace Evans. Amanda Mosser. Ressie Daw- son, Gertrude Burrell. Molly Wy- jmer and Francine Pritts. The next j meeting will be at the home of' Mrs. Claude Mclntyre. | Mrs. Dwight Barrick entertained were Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Henthorne. I Mrs. John Burdock. Mrs. Pearl Lil- \ Junior Aid of the Ncttikin Hill (Churcli, Thursday night. Present ler, Mrs. Dwight Burdock, Mrs. j Joseph Ridder, Nellie Warnick.; 1 A»na Sowers. Lucille Jones. Joseph- 1 : _ lne Y^ager. Kamiine Liiler. Car- | ' ro11 Burdock. Darlodan Burdock. • Biilie Sowers. Karea Rlddcr, Cris Coleman, Bill, John and Dvvight Barrick.