Clipped From Denton Journal
DENTON JO URN Ah, DENTQN, MARYLAND Friday, April 23, 1948 afternoon, at the home of Johnson on the Cpurthouse and Mrs. Redmond Long, of Williston, had as guest for the Mrs. .Hattie Roberts, of Norman Sutton and children, June and Eddie, spent the first week in Washington. and Mrs. William Noble and daughter, Gail, from Federalsburg, were guests Saturday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Long, Williston. and Mrs. Walter L. Hill and Jean Carolyn and Walter Jr., of Baltimore, spent last with Mrs. C. H. Stewart. This representative will be at the County Commissioners' Office, in the Court House, in Denton on that date at 11 a. m. According to Norman P. Foster, Manager of the Salisbury office, many many persons have been losing benefits rightfully due them as retired workers workers or as survivors of workers who have died, by failing to apply for them. Since no such benefits are ever paid automatically, it is urged that any persons of the classes mentioned, plus any survivors of veterans of World War II who have died within within three (3) years after their discharge discharge from service, should make it a point to contact the Social Security wallpapers and fabrics suitable to use. Other features of the program will be a style show, music, games, exhibits and a flower exchange. Those who have surplus plants should take them to exchange for new varieties. New officers will be elected. There are 19 active clubs in the county, one a newly organized group at Preston. Mrs. Nelson Covey is the leader, Miss Dotty Hall, assistant, assistant, and Mrs. Harry Rieck, 4-H Chairman of the 20th Century Homemakers Homemakers Club. The other clubs are located located at Federalsburg, Smithville, American Corner, Williston, Denton and vicinity, Tuckahoe, Ridgely and vicinity, Furmans Grove, Greensboro, Greensboro, Goldsboro and Henderson. Women I responsibility of the clubs and their | assistance is appreciated. Charlotte ; Ann Lister is the county president 1 and will preside. 'TUCKAHOE 4-H CLUB The April meeting of the Tuckahoe 4-H Club was held at the home of Susan Pritchard on Monday, April j|9lh. The first part of the program, was spent in singing from the 4-H song book. Appropriate spring poems were read by several of the members. members. 1 After the regular business, meeting, Louise Blades and Susan. Pritchard demonstrated the correct table setting for the family meal. The May meeting will be held at the home of Eloise and Kay DeFord.