BETHEL There was a good attendance lit Siloam Sunday school, Sunday. Easter services were conductc-d in the church and many of the- scholars o£ the school took part in the programme. Special Easier music was rendered by the choir. There were recitations, exercises, vocal and instrumental music, and a short but appropriate address by the pastor. "Rev. S. Tomliiison. The borne of Mr. ami Mrs. Lucius L. Cheyney has been deeply saddened by tho death of their oldest daughter, Laura M., who died after an illness of about a week from typhoid fever. She was a girl o£ strong character and was loved by all who knew her. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. George L. Standbridge of the marriage o£ their daughter, Miss Elizabeth and John H.' Phillips, an enterprising merchant of Eddystone. The cermony was performed, oa Wednesday, April S. .. ' ••-.-'• The many friends o£ Mr. and Mrs. William Trump extend' congratulations and beat wishes. The bride was Miss Sadio B. Cheyney only daughter of David Mifflin Cheyney and granddaughter of Charles M. Cheyney. Mr. anfl Mrs. Trump were married Wednesday evening at Siloam. parsonage by Rev, J. S. Tomlinson. and went immediately to their newly furnished lome at Claymont, where the groom lias a position at the Texas Oil AS r orks A special meeting of tho board of stewards of Siloam was held. Monday ziight. The Epworth League of Siloam church he-Id their regular monthly business meeting at the church Tuesday ex'ening. Rev. and Mrs. Wrn. E. Habbart who nre both well-known here have been returned to Ridgely, -Maryland Methodist church by ;the'recent Wilmington Conference. Thursday evenrng, the 'members an< friends of Siloam church will give ; public reception to Rev. and Mrs. 'S. S Tomlinson. the returned pastor anti hi wife of Siloam church. Miss Mary Parry is ill at the borne of her aunt, Mrs. William P. tfebley, Sr., and under the care of Dr. William Belts, of Chacld's Frod. Mrs. Maggie Grnbb, who .has been an invalid a long time is now confined" to her room quite seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Corliss Talley. of Brandywine Hundred were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips, of Eddystone, spent Sunday with, Mrs. Phillips parents, Mr. ant) Mrs. George L. Staiiubriclpe.