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PAGE TWELVE DENTON JOURNAL, DENTON, MARYLAND Friday, Mav 22. 1053 GREENSBORO Ilrnry M. Marvel. Petty Officer They say: Two can s t i l l live a s ! possible date March ° 9 It will oc- 3rd class, is spending a 30-day leave cheaply as one if one is a v e g e t a r i a n ' ENGAGEMENTS TAYLOR--TAYLOR "Mr. and Mrs. Olcn Taylor, of Ro- liancc. have announced the cn^a^o- mcnt of their daughter. Miss Hilda Taylor, to Mr. Wesley Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Taylor, of Preston. The wedding will lake place in the Gethsemane Methodist Church at Reliance on July ISth. WEDDINGS --o-- ANTHONY-WALLS The wedding of Miss Christine Walls, daughter of Mrs. Hazel Walls, of Denton, to Mr. StVinley Wayne Anthony, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Anthony, of Greensboro, took place at the home of the officiating minister. Rev. T. J. Turkington, on Saturday, May 16, at 7 p. m. The attendants were the groom's brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anthony. The bride chose a lovely white dress, white accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds. Mrs. Anthony was dressed in light blue with white accessories and a red rose corsage. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anthony. The groom, who is serving with the U. S. Army, returned to his camp in Virginia on Monday. Mrs. Anthony will reside with her mother. The young couple received many nice and useful gifts from their many friends and relatives. is being transferred to York, Pa., where he will be Supervisor of a ! branch office. Mrs. Ih-nry J. Mues?cn. of Old West bury. Long Island, has b(vn vis- i t i n g her mother, Mrs. J. Edward Nichols, who has been very ill at her home. Mrs. Manic Torrodc has returned to her home, near Concord, a f t e r spending a couple months in Miami, Florida. Eight members of Circle 4 met at i he home of Mrs. Oron F. S m i t h on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Richardson and Miss Sue Bye were co-hostesses. Eighteen members of 'Circle 1 met at the home of Mrs. Newman Rickards and Mrs. Georgianna Kimmcl on Monday evening. Mrs. Beatrice Pine was co-hostess. Mrs. Fied B. Nut tie was hostess to 12 members and a guest of Circle 4 in the Church Parlor on Monday afternoon. Twenty-six members and guests of Circle 3 met for a covered dish picnic at the home of Mrs. Howard Hager on Monday evening. Mrs. Theodore Orme and Mrs. James Temple were the co-hostesses. Mrs. John Shaffer and Mr. Alvin Shaffer spent the week-end in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm MacDonald, of Peoria, 111., visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonald; his aunt, Mrs. Dugald MacDonald, and Mrs. Donald MacDonald on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Paul West, of Harrisburg, with relatives. His ship, the USS has been visiting Mrs. F. P. Roe. Mrs. Leah Cochran is v i s i t i n g in Georgetown. Del. Mrs. Albert Towers, of Baltimore. , is visiting Mrs. E. M. Noble. B e t t y Ann Smith returned the first of the week from Mil ford Hospital, DCS Moines, will sail in June to serve as Flagship of the S i x t h Fleet in Europe. The USS DCS Moines has recently undergone yard repairs in Portsmouth, Va. Firemen's Carnival June 15-20. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hut son and and the other is a nudist on a diet. Easter in ISIS fell on the earliest cur again on that date in 2285. Among the factors a f f e c t i n densities arc viscosity, temperature, air pressure and moisture. % where she underwent a very success- son, Eddie, were dinner guests of £ fill tonsil operation. Her mother,! Mr. and Mrs. Davvson Warrington, £ Mrs. Carlton Smith, accompanied her., in Greensboro, Monday evening. y, Mrs. L. W. Taylor, Sr., lias been Mrs. Harold Shivcly and daugh- on the sick list for a few days. tcr and Mrs. Wm. Hughes and daugh- Mrs. A. W. Brumbaugh is also on lor spent Monday in Ocean City, Md. the sick list. ' Plans arc being made for Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sullivan, of .Bible School in Goldsboro Methodist * Fort Meade, are visiting her parents,' Church. Watch for the date. f Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Edwards. I Seven MYF members attended the £ Mrs. Joe Simpson and daughter, Youth Conference in Grace Church, Mrs. Ruth Kemp, are visiting in Bal- Wilmington, on Saturday. Farm Trucks timorc. Mr. and Mrs. George Lake and Mental Hygiene two children were called home f rom ( » . -p.. , California owing to the extreme ill- i Aims UlSCllSSeCl ness of Airs. Lake's mother, Mrs. J. I (Continued from Page 1) Max Chambers. ' ters can fit into the program. Mrs. Charles Nichols and Mrs. A cut in the federal budget makes Walter Raver, were in Wilmington ion Saturday. I Mrs. Henry Dean is on it imperative for the Mental Hy-; gicnc Society of Maryland to cur-1 the sick tail expenses to the amount of | 511,000, according to Mr. Martin. ' ' During the week-end Mr. and Mrs. While the Maryland Mental Hy-' jDawson Warrington entertained a j gienc Society has 8,500 members, it 'number of out-of-town guests. {wants a membership of 10,000, Mr. i Cheryl Lynn Smith, daughter of I Martin pointed out. 19f0 INTERNATIONAL L162 WITH MILK BODY 194.9 INTERNATIONAL KI55 1917 INTERNATIONAL KB5 WITH BODY 1948 INTERNATIONAL KB5 WITH BODY 1946 DODGE WITH BODY 1948 CHEVROLET PICKUP 1950 INTERNATIONAL L130 PICKUP Other bargains available in tractors, dump truck and 10-wheelers s North Aurora Street Phones 742 and 1005 EASTON, MARYLAND t. * I # i I JMi\ and Mrs. Myron Smith, had a | fall and broke her right arm. . Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith spent j t h e week-end with their son and i daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. My- jron Smith, of Pottstown, Pa. j Mr. John Baynard, who has been sick for some time, passed away on The field representatives referred to the dinner which five new Eastern Shore chapters of the Maryland Mental Hygiene Society will sponsor at Ccntrovillc June 1. Dr. Robert H. Fcliz, of Bethesda, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, will lead the discussion

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  1. Denton Journal,
  2. 22 May 1953, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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