Dorcas Society - Ethel Oney
Wellington By CO It A M. f»'i,1 Barker St. SIIKI'AKI) Phone 21-Y For Delivery Sfrvlre Call FAl'lll \VARK Hrrrirk Ave. Wfst riiont 42-L BIKTIIDA-V PARTV WELLINGTON - Mr. and Mrs. William McConncll i-ntcria'tni'd at a fdmily gtillirring Suiuiay in 'honor 'honor tit then- daughter, Mary Lou's Ulli Ijirtluhiy, There wore present for dinner. The party in Dor ! I eluded Mr. and Mrs Koon.s Huntini;ton: Mi. IV J. Mohrman. Mr. John Mohrmim and son, uf Wellington; Mr. .iiul gar • Jones and two William and Mrs. :md Mrs. liugei, all Mrs. Kd- tl.iug liters, Mrs. Mabel Romcis and Miss iithy Lowther. Sunday was Dorcas diiy at the Church of Christ .Their WHS a HOIK! atteiidaiicv. The Hcv. Frank Heedei delivered a sermon cspcri- •<i!al!v fur the Oort'ii.s cruiip The tille ' I w;is "Disnplme. ' Special MHIMC i was offered. , Briefs Mi,'--. Charles Shepaid. two sons HaiuUI and Ch.irles visited her MS- ter. Mrs. Mary McCoy and family in Akron. Sunday. , , , i i .f Wei'k-iMid lUiest.s of Ml and Janet Lou and Jane I .muse, of ' * .. ESS?;- ^"a^iEs ^^rSr^ Maurpr. ifnughtcr Ann ^«'-'«-! \7 BerlhS'^hildrcn James 'and PiHsficld; Mr and Mrs Charley i Se'cley and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Funk, of Brighton. The recipient received a nuinbei of nice gifts, beside a lovely birthday c.ikc which adoi ned the dining table. Sees Itnbln Mrs. Mary Ober. \\Yllinnlon. H. F. I), saw a large fat robin early Monday moruinj: ihnpmt! in an elm tree, near her homo. Doreas Sorlrty Meii'ibers of the Dorcas society of the Church of Chn-t held llu-ir mcetint! at ihe church Friday night, with U members and two childlen picMMit Prayer by Mrs. William Street opened the mei-t- inn, Under new business, they planned tu paper the church. Committee for same includes Catherine Clara. Lena Clara and Mrs. Ella & Kisson. Work committee for the month of January is. composed ol Mrs. Ola liiMxabuuh, Mrs. Kthe Oney and Mis. SUMP Hiifjg. Next rnec'liiig will IJP held January January ~5 with Mrs. Verna Myers Conrtland street. In charge of refreshment* refreshment* will be Mrs. Myei:s Sosemnry, all of Amherst; Robert Kdwnrds. Chief lloatswain Mate, two children. Alice and Kobcrt. nd Richard Edwards, all of Clevc- and. Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Sharp. Bert Sharp, all of here, and K\ a Mat key of Elyria. weie Thuisday evening quests' of Mr. and Mrs Walter Heddesheimer Heddesheimer and family. Cleveland Bert Knapp is able lo sit up at his home, Taylor street, following an attack ol pneumonia Mrs A. J. Weber is quite ill with flu at her home. Magyar si reel. Sidney Ray S 'J-c returned to Hainridp,c, Md , over tin following n 48 hour leave He is the son of Mr. and Mi> Clyde Hay He had been confined to the hospital hospital there for several weeks with scarlet fever. Robert Weber, with Ihe Navy who has been m the hospital in California for sometime alter arriving arriving from overseas in Southwest Pacifii'. is home anil diM'h.uged He is Ihe last of several sons of Mr. and Mrs A. J Weber, to b'e dischargrd. Kit-hard Allen Bassett. son of Mr and Mrs. Gaylonl Btissctt. is weeU-cnd.