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 - KITZMILLER KiUmiUer, Md., June 35. Th* women's...
KITZMILLER KiUmiUer, Md., June 35. Th* women's auxiliary of the .Presbyterian Church met Wednesday Wednesday night. A miscel!a>jfcou* shower •w&s given in honor of Mrs. Ann* >Mae Shore. Those preeent were: Mrs. Charles Mosser, Grace Evans, | Clarence Rollman, Anna Mae Shore; )Lucy Sollsrs, Pearl Warolck, i"*arl jBarrick, Mary Sharpless, Anna WU- Ison. Nonle Altman, Cora Campbell, 'John Bishop, HatUe Ball, Annie . mary Jtoiiman. I orocner, CTUtriea. Murtjuiiown. Dr. A. K. Fiddler, of Elkins, was a visitor several days. Ida Mae Burton has returned ^frorn Short Run. ! Mr. and Mrs. John Newhouse, i Elkins. visited the former's brother, ! Steve Newhouce. I MlM Ada Ball and DeVall Swead- 'ner returned to Frederick, Md. ] Mr. and Mrs. Victor Baucom re- 'turned to Durham, N. C. Mrs. Baucom Baucom was Miss Mildred Sharpless. Miss Mary Susan and Arlene a. a Jones are visiting their grandjnoth- I 11- - • •" ' er at Mannlnglon, W. Va. Mrs. Mary McGregory returned to Frostburg. Prof. O. P. Jones is a business visitor to Baltimore. Mr. and Mr«. Kenneth Howe and son, Westemport, visited the tatter's tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John . Coleman. 1 Those entering CCC from here were Garland Rosier, WHlard Klrby ! Rolland Davis, William Lancaster .and John Balcaumls. • Dr. and Mrs. Ballard and son, iJohn, of Wilmington, De!., visited Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkead. i Vernon Michaels, of Berkeley [Springs, visited relatives Sunday. Rev. J. Beaty Smith, former pastor pastor of the Presbyterian Church, j preached Sunday morning. His sub- {ject being "Love and Fight." j Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mortimer, son, [Bruce, Mrs. Luther Boor and chil- idren. Bedford. Pa., visited here Sun- ' netti day. Miss Sarabelle Jones, who has been 111, Is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Bender met their sons, Don and Ala, of Washington, Washington, at Winchester, for a picnic dinner Sunday, Those taking the scholarship examination examination at Oakland, Md.. were: Evelyn Hutson, John Hutson and Russell Kellar. Mrs. Edith Hutson, Mrs. Jun° OTtannell and Mrs. Edna Jones attended Homemakers' School at College Park.

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 25 Jun 1935, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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