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PageS Saturday Morning, November 5, 1932. ltÂ«R}9 of nÂ«w? frenj AH PÂ»rt5 of toe County Solicit^ Un4Â«r tbl? The Local Department DASHES HERE AND THERE Trespass notices may be purchased at The Journal Office. Cole's Hot-Blast stove, cheap, practically practically new.--M. K. Newnam. A bake will be held Saturday, Nov. 5, by Piney M. P. Church in the Ford Garage. Special Election Night! Two shows, 8 and 9:45. Election returns from the theatre, Denton. Extra Special! For $45.00, largest size Allen's Parlor Furnace, very slightly used.--M. K. Newnam. Pies, Cakes, Candies, guaranteed to please, made to order.--Mrs. W. Earle Nowell, 'phone 153, Denton, Md. Never before have we offered such values in furniture and bedding. We invite your inspection.--M. K. Newnam. Newnam. If you need a double heater, we offer a used one in Al condition for $12.00.--M. K. Newnam, Furnisher of Homes. The Ladies Aid of the M. P. Church will have their annual supper Nov. 10th. Turkey and ham and other good things. Tickets, 40c. House for Rent, on stone road 1% miles from Denton; outbuildings and 4 acres of ground; possession Nov. 1st.--J. L. Everngam, Denton, Md. Revival services are in progress at Thawley's M. P. Church. The subject for S*unday night will be "The Way to World* Prosperity." Come out and help us. I have taken the agency for the distribution of evergreens and shrubbery shrubbery for the Eastern Shore Nurseries of Easton. A small display can be seen at my store. D. Ralph Horsey, Hardware. Cases of communicable diseases have been reported in Caroline county from October 25th to 31st, as follows: Tuberculosis, one at Ridgely, two at Federalsburg; lobar pneumonia, one at Federalsburg; chickenpox, one at Denton. The Ladies Aid of Denton M. P. Church will have their annual fall supper in the Community House next Thursday, November 10, beginning at 5 o'clock. Turkey and ham, with good things to round out a delicious supper, supper, will be served. Tickets, 40 cents. Mr. C. Raymond Frey, State Bank Examiner in charge of The Goldsboro Bank, announced this week that the Receiver is now in position to pay to the depositors of the closed institution institution a first dividend of 14 2-7%. He further stated that papers would be filed this week with the court asking authority and permission to make this distribution. Further details regarding regarding this most welcome and acceptable news will be announced in a few days. The heavy downpour of rain Tuesday Tuesday morning about 10 o'clock was accompanied accompanied by a terriffic wind that did much damage in the county. Trees were uprooted in many places, branches branches blown down and buildings and ' fences torn down. The barn on the farm tenanted by Enoch Strannahan, about two miles west of Greensboro was badly damaged by the wind and fences on the farm blown down. Trees were blown on the Cedar Grove schoolhouse schoolhouse and considerable damage done to the building. Much damage is reported reported from the lower part of the county, around Preston and Federalsburg. Federalsburg. At the preliminary hearing of Jakob Hauswirth, charged with the murder of Paul Wass, a farmer near Goldsboro, Goldsboro, Md., Hauswirth was held without without bail for the action of the grand jury by Magistrate Henry W. Wilkinson, Wilkinson, of Ridgely. Wass, 58, was shot three times and killed on the morning of October 11, in the kitchen kitchen of his home, following a breakfast-table breakfast-table argument with Hauswirth, an employee on the farm, about the hour of arising and starting to work. The latter claims he shot in self-defense, self-defense, as Wass was pursuing him with a knife. Mrs. Wass, the wife of the victim, was an eyewitness to the tragedy. tragedy. Following the murder, Hauswirth Hauswirth immediately gave himself up to the police authorities. Joseph P. Anthony, aged 71 years, a native and. life-long resident of Caroline Caroline county,' died Wednesday evening, November 2nd, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Moore, near Denton, Denton, where he had lived since early autumn when his health failed ant he could no longer continue his solitary solitary life at the Anthony homestead at Anthony's Mill, where he was born and had always lived. He was the last survivor of an old and prominent Â·Â· Caroline family, a son of Robert W and Elizabeth Melvin Anthony who had four sons and two daughters The family Is still well representet in the county, and elsewhere, by nephews and nieces of the deceased Funeral services will be held at two o'clock this afternoon (Saturday) a ' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moore and interment will be made in the family burial ground at Anthony's Mill. Joshua James Wright, 81, native o Federalsburg, but long a resident o Easton, Md., died at 1 a. m. last Wed nesda y at the home of his sister, Mis Annie Wright. Death came as a re suit of a fall he had less than a wee ago. He was the oldest son of th late Cornelius and Margaret Wrigh of Federalsburg, but as a young ma moved to Easton, where he establish PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS Interesting Items About Yourself And Your Friends. Mrs. Ormond Andrew entertained at bridge Wednesday evening in of Mrs. Elias W. Nuttle. There thirteen tables. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. Bonwill Dukes, Chestertown; Mrs. Robley Hackett, Queen Anne; Mrs. Newton Smith Miss Louise Gray, of Hillsboro; Miss Virginia Horsey, of Greensboro, and Mrs. Burton Wilkinson, of Ridgely. Guests of Mrs. R. D. Blackistone and family last week-end were Mr and Mrs. Nathaniel Blackistone little daughter, Natilie; Misses Jane and Martha Blackistone, and Mr. Joseph D. Hughes, all of Washington. Misses Mary Virginia Clogg and Jane Stevens, of Baltimore, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Henry W. Hughes last week-end. Mrs. Clarence Davis, formerly Miss Clara Skirven, and Mr. Davis, of Brooklyn, N. Y., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Roe. Mrs. Attic Weaver, Mrs. Martha Bare us and Miss Annie E. Jackson, of Grcenshoro, were guests on Thursday Thursday of Mrs. Sallic L. Covey. Miss Helen L. Whcdden, of Hood College, Frederick, Md., was the guest over last week-end of Mr. and Mrs. W. Harry Jopp. Miss Martha Frey entertained a party of friends on Monday evening with a Hallowe'en party at her home at Williston. Mrs. Robert Rice gave a Hallowe'en party on Friday of last week for members of the Williston Sunday School. Mrs. E. E. Wheeler, of Baltimore, visited her sister, Mrs. Wm. D. last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lester Everngam entertained at bridge Monday evening. Mrs. W. K. Scotton is visiting E. H. Ringgold, of Haddonfield, N. Mr. Fred Love is recovering from a week's illness due to a twisted Mr. and Mrs. W. Harry Jopp Baltimore visitors one day this week. A Tea Will Be Given the Democratic Women of Caroline County In Denton A Democratic Tea will be given under the auspices of the women members of the Democratic State Central Committee for Caroline county at the Community House in the of Denton today, Saturday, November November 5th, at 2:30 o'clock p. m., and every woman in Caroline county is invited invited to attend this tea. Miss Marie W. Presstman, of Baltimore, Baltimore, who is one of the leading woman lawyers of this state, and is a member of the Maryland State Board of Motion Picture Censors, will be present and will deliver a stirring address, explaining the national issues involved in the present campaign. Every woman in Caroline county is cordially invited to be .present. By order of Mrs. M. Ethel Stevens, Mrs. Iva Jones, Mrs. Alice D. Davis, Women members.of the Democratic State Central Committee for Caroline Caroline county. Henderson Mr. Geo. Reed, aged 88 years, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robb on Thursday morning of last week. Besides his niece, Mrs. Robb, with whom* he made his home, he leaves three daughters and one son. Funeral services were held at the on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. C. D. Sharpless, a former here but who is now at Grasonville, officiating. Interment was made in Greensboro cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cartwright, Alice and Billy Gartwright and Mrs. Edith Cartwright and son, of Richardson Richardson Park, were guests of Mrs. elvin last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Langford Sanders Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hutton, of Wilington, attended the funeral of their grandfather, Mr. G. L. Reed, on ay. Mr. and Mrs. John Bartley, Miss Jarion Marvel and Mr. Wilbur Jackon, Jackon, of Wilmington, spent Sunday ith Mrs. Mollie Marvel. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robertson on, Samuel, of Lancaster, Pa., spent week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Samel Hutson. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Brown and aughter, Barbara, of Federalsburg, isited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cohce unday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shultic aughtcr, Dorothy, of Wilmington, isited relatives here on Sunday. Mr. John Phillips, of Marcus Hook, pent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phillips. Mrs. Ella Bowen, of Sudlersville, vas entertained part of the week Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Clark. Mrs. H. C. Cooper spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. 'layter, in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Culvin Shcnton, of Ihester, were guests of Mr. nnd Darius Pippin on Sunday. Miss Ruthanna Shultie was cnter- ained by Miss Helen Hudson on Sunday. Miss Annabel Clark spent part the week in Wilmington. Hobbs Mrs. S. G. Messick, Mrs. Gail Lois, and Mrs. son, of Chester, sick and daughter, Parker Barnes and Pa., were recent guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs, William Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hubbard children spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. J. F. Sutherlan, of Bowers, aware.