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DENTON JOURNAL, DENTON, MARYLAND Friday, September 25, 1959 at tli c State Hospital in Cambridge was given by the president dresses, -17 aprons and 6 tote bags mat ] c i )y n 10 help of 1(5 u lc c i u b. Thc president, Lowe, presided. of First Methodist hav the following reports · 1 I »-* · U » » * -v- * - - . -- , - - . , . - , a a September meetings held Circle 3, Mrs. J. Frank leader met with 15 present at home of Mrs. Naomi Tribbitt, Mrs. Shirley Fifield and Mrs. ^ p Johnson, Jr.. co-hostesses. Cir- a t the home of its leader, with 11 as co-hostess. present and Mrs. William C. Taylor Funeral services were held at her home on Friday afternoon, with the Rev. Donald O. Clcndaniel, pastor of , Union Methodist Church, officiating. ·'* Interment took plac c in Hill Crest Cemetery, Fedcralsburg. MRS. W. LEE WHEATLEY fo S' Mrs. Roberta B. Wheatley, 81,' W A1IE HAMPTON ANTHONY i f\ *^T i * f^t \\f I f\ r^ * \ ^ 7 1 » - \ r - » 4 1 *"v* r * I i nf-t i »"l · _ - _ . · · ·--- -- w n n J.-L i^^ , 1( Mrs . Thomas Nowell, ^ met at the home of Mrs. Mil- widow o'f W. Lee Whcatley, died in the Memorial Hospital at Easton on September 15. Mrs. Wheatley, who lived in Federalsburg, Federalsburg, had been a patient in the hospital for five days. She was born near Preston. Sh G was a member of Union Methodist Church and Nanti- O. E. are one son, W. Leslie Wade Hampton Anthony, 83. of Milford, passed away on Friday, Sep- tembor IS, in the Milford Hospital after a short illness. A native of Caroline County, and a resident of the Denton area for many years, he was the son of thc l a t e " John and Margaret Elizabeth Flynn. He is survived by three children, Mr s Eloise Riddle, of Milford, with whom he had made his home for lime; Mrs. Ann Brooks, also of Mil(Continued Mil(Continued on page 4)

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  1. Denton Journal,
  2. 25 Sep 1959, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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