1941 Feb - surprise party for Edna Elliott

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1941 Feb - surprise party for Edna Elliott - to his 11, of at P. Dr. of be in of for bo...
to his 11, of at P. Dr. of be in of for bo erected at Fort Meade and Indiantown Indiantown Gap and for the 250-bed and 500-bed hospitals at the smaller camps throughout the Third Corps Area/" • said Mrs. Katharine Miller, registered nurse and special agent for the Health Service. "Nurses for Army service must be enrolled first as Reserve Red Cross nurses, and at present the age limit is 21 to 40," she said. Mrs. Edna Mae Elliott and daughter, daughter, Esther Elliott. CARLTON was May Mrs. parents, of em- BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday surprise party held in honor of Mrs. Edna Elliott at her home, on evening. Thene were about 25 present. The evening was spent playing games and a lunch was served. .BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Snyder Smith were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Yost of near Cochranton. Mr. and Mrs. Marian Murray of Rocky Grove visited Mr. and Mrs. John Corner, Saturday. Miss Josephine Dean was a recent recent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dean. Mrs. Clara Elliott, who visited her daughter, Mrs. Newt Neely, at Polk, returned to Mrs. Anna First's, Tuesday, Tuesday, i Mr. and Mrs. Peter Free and son of Galoway, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hoobler and attended church at Hannaville. Miss Alice Wood fell on the ice and fractured her wrist. S. E. Uber of Kitch's Corners, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Anna First, who has been ill, but is improving. Those spending Sunday Sunday evening with Mrs. First wore her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Kelly, and Philip and Josephine Kelly, of Bovard, Bovard, and Miss Helen Patterson of Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Elliott and children, Leonard and Louise, spent Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. John Cuttshal, of Raymiltpn. John Weaver o£ Conneaut and Miss Esther Elliott spent Sunday with the latter's cousin, Mrs. Ivan Knapper, and husband, at Sherman, Sherman, N. Y. NEW LEBANON BRIEFS David Rihael still remains in serious condition with little hopes of. recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Yegley are the parents parents of a daughter born at the Burns home. B. G. Obitz has been suffering with asthma. Mrs. Frank Smith entertained the Saturday Community Aid Society in her home on Friday, Feb. 7. Mrs. Taylor has been sick. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferguson | were Sunday visitors in Grove City | and attended the baptism of their j grandson, James Earl, while there. J. E. Simes celebrated his 92nd birthday on Feb. 2nd, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Stainbrook, where ho lives. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hillkirk and two sons, John and Gall of Millbrook, Millbrook, were Sunday visitors in the Shay home. | Tho Thursday evening weekly j prayer meeting of the Presbyterian ] church was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sc<M> with a good attendance. Mrs. Helen Shilling is visiting a few days in the home of her daughter, daughter, Mrs. Mitchell Clear and family, in Detroit. Miss Betty Barton of Hadley spent the week end with Miss Emma Smola in Deer Creek. Miss Elizabeth Klingensmith is able to be out after her recent illness. illness. Mrs. R. B. Shay and family of Kremis were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Laura Potter and son, James. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hamilton were recent visitors of relatives at Atlan- tic. C. G. Wescott is remodeling the Ovormoyer store room and will move his stock of merchandise at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Collins and family have moved to Oil City, where he is employed. 11,000,000 Christ- States in the 10-10 Christmas season. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baker were j recent < guests of the former's par-j Approximately ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey Baker, j mas trees were used in tho United near Sandy Lake, Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Brown of Meadvilie, j called on Mrs. Anna First, Monday, j Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Elliott i called on tho former's uuclc, Lewis j Miller, of New Vernon. Mr. Miller | s in poor liculth. Mrs. Minnie Irvan, Mrs. Amanda CAUGHT COLD? Get direct relief from discomforts... rub throat, chest, back with clinic-tested

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  1. The Record-Argus,
  2. 10 Feb 1941, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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