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i Page 5 Saturday Morning, November 5, 1938 lt«n)s of fttws fronj AH Couqty $ollcli«4 Un4«r tills of tl« The Local Department DASHES HERE AND THERE Vote for Health--buy Tags on Election Day. Apartment in Denton for rent.--J. DeWeese Carter. Seasoned wood for sale.--Walter Cannon, near Burrsville. Heated apartment for rent.--Mrs. T. Fred Johnson, Denton, Md.. "Visit your schools during Ameri- ican Education Week, Nov. 6-12." For Sale--China closet and library table.--Mrs. A. D. Ivins, Preston, Md. Wanted to buy turkeys. Highest cash prices.--Brick Hotel, Denton, Md. H. W. Hughes gives notice that his coal yard telephone number is Denton No. 44. The Nuttle Milling Company will close their plant in Denton for the Armistice Day holiday, November 11. Kindling--35 cents per box or 3 boxes for $1.00. Coal of all kinds for the best heat.--Nuttle Lumber Coal Co. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS Interesting Items Abont Yourself And Your Friends Bethel No. 13, Order of Job's Daughters, Denton, Maryland, had a Grand Visitation and initiation Saturday evening, October 29. The Honored Queen, Pauline Moore, presided. The guests numbered fifty-nine, sixteen grand officers, one supreme officer, nineteen girls, and thirty-six others (parents and friends). Included in the Grand Officers were Mother Bush, Grand Guardian, and Dad Jones, Associate Grand Guardian. The Supreme Officer was Mother Cline. Roxana Detwiler was initiated into the order. During the ceremony the Guardian Council of Bethel 13 was installed. Several of the guests of honor gave short addresses. The musical part of the entertainment was furnished by the Honored Queen of Bethel-No. 10, who sang "Love Is Just A Game That Two Are Playing", and the "Indian Love Call." Anita Rue also sang. Her numbers were "A Banjo Song," and "Chapel Bells". Delicious refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Sunday morning Bethel No. 13 and most of its guests attended the Brethren Church at the invitation of Rev. N. A. Seese. Mr. Maynard Hoke, of Bridgeville, was the speaker of the morning. Denton Parent-Teacher Association will hold the November meeting next Monday evening, the 7th. The The Dencon Postoffice will be closed program w jn i nc l u de a brief explanation of changes in methods of teaching reading in the last decade, by Mfes May Thompson. Her talk will be followed by a demonstration of present day methods by a group of Mrs. Brooks' pupils. Mr. Ramsburg's cattle judging team will give an account of their trip to Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hunter Jr., of Keene, N. H., with their infant daughter, three, months old, spent the first of the week with Mrs. Hunter's mother and aunt, Mrs. Lida M. Wine and Miss Mattie Moore. On Sunday the child was christened in the Methodist Protestant Church by the pastor, the Rev. T. J. "Turkington. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ramsdell, of Sioux Falls, S. D., have come East to spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Morgan and Miss Gertrude Morgan. On their way to Maryland, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramsdell, of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Lee A. Walston returned from the Church Home and Infirmary, Baltimore, last Sunday and is steadily recuperating from a surgical opera- November llth--Armistice Day. There will be no rural delivery service on that day. The monthly meeting of the Christian Comrades Bible class of Concord M. E. Sunday School will be held next Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lula Beauchamp, at 2 o'clock. Delaware's automobile colors for 1939 will be a deep maroon background with silver letters and num- b.ers. In announcing the 1939 color scheme, Charles L. Terry Jr., secretary of state and state motor vehicle commissioner, said the combination was decided upon after considerable study and visibility tests. The current colors are aluminum background with red numerals and letters. Motorists who wish to keep their 1938 numbers should make their application to the State Motor Vehicle Department at Dover between November 1 and November 15. Jolly Junior 4-H Club met October 22 at the home of the Altfathers. The meeting was opened in the usual manner with a song, the pledge and reading of the minutes. Malinda Altfather was appointed the new club reporter. Joyce Kern · and Louise Brown were appointed delegates to a board meeting with Miss Spafford on Saturday, October 29. At the conclusion of the meeting three members, Ruth Altfather, Joyce Kern and Ella Marie Brown gave talks on wool materials. Mis^s Spafford illustrated these talks with samples. The next meeting -on November 5, to be held at the Community House is for the purpose of cutting out skirts. At one o'clock, before the meeting, a visit will be made to Denton Cleaners and Dyers. At the end of the meeting patterns for skirts made of new or old material, were discussed. The Denton Volunteer Fire Co., is submitting a plan to the residents of Denton and the districts they serve to help defray the expenses of operation. Representative C. 0. Miller will call on nil the residents of Denton and rural community with a proposal that is mutually beneficial, both to the citizens and the Firemen. The Firemen kindly request that he be given a respectful hearing when he submits their proposal. Mr. Miller drives a 1938 black Chevrolet Coach, with Delaware license tags No. 50849, and will carry as his credentials a letter typed on the Denton Volunteer Fire Co. Inc., stationery, bearing the signatures of Mr. W. H. Neal, president, and Mr. Wm. Finn, Chief. The citizens are asked to request that Mr. Miller show these credentials. Be assured that your cooperation in helping to make the plan a success will be greatly appreciated by the firemen. CHURCH NOTICES Members of the Eastern Star will worship in the Denton M. E. Church this Sunday, November 0, at the morning service, 10:45. The pastor, Rev. M. S. Andrews, will preach the sermon. Sunday School will convene at 9:45 a. m. Epworth League devotional service at G:45 p. m. in charge of Louise Brown. Evening preaching service at 7:30 in charge of the pastor. On Wednesday evening, November 9, the pastor will give the fifth in the series of talks on the Book of Acts. The second "Hymn-Sing" of the Autumn will be held on Wednesday evening, November 16. Fuither details regarding this interesting program will be given in next week's paper. Members of the Ladies' Aid Society and By Kota Club wish to thank all who helped in any way to make the turkey dinner last Wednesday evening such a success. Denton M. P. Church: Haivcst Home Sunday will be observed in the regular services tomorrow. The theme for the morning will be "Gratitude"; for the evening, "Gratitude in Reverse." Christian Endeavor hour, G:-15 p. m., will be devoted to a Bible portrait sketch of Rebecca. WEEKLY RIDGELY NEWS LETTER Items of Special Interest to Residents of the Seventh District Kiilgcly Community Library has just been increased by the following named books: For children: Blue Bonnets for Lucindu, by Frances Clark Bayers; Hetty, Her First Hundred Year;*, by Ractwel Field; Thorndike Century Junior Dictionary; fiction: Free Lund, by Ro.su Wilder Lane; The Yearling, by Marjorie Kawlings; Tomorrow's Promise, by Temple Bailey; The Wall, by Mary Roberts Rinehiirt; The Summing Up, By Somerset Muugluin; When Worlds Collide and After WoihLs Collide, by Balmer and Wlie. Non-fiction: With Malice Toward Some, by Margaret Hnlsey; The Horse and Buggy Doctor, by A i t h u r E. Uertzler; Green Worlds, by Maurice Hindis; Parts Unknown, by Frances Parkinson Keyes; Man the Unknown, by Alexis Carrell; The Magic Carpet and The Occident, by Richard Halliburton. At the Hallowe'en Fete on Saturday evening at the Rcci cation Center prizes were awarded to Betty Butler, who was dressed as a puritan maid; to David Walls, who wore a hoop skirt and a bonnet, and to James Storey, who wore a beaded plush cape, i,uch as were fashionable in the nineteenth century. Judges were Mrs. Church of the Brethren--The pas-' Maud lleininons, Mrs. Ella Swann tor will preach this Sunday at 11 o'clock on the subject, "This Do in Remembrance of Me." Sunday School at the usual hour. Evening services begin nt 6:30 at which time the Holy Communion service will be observed. All members are urged to be present. TJhe Ladies Aid will meet next Wednesday, November 9th, at the home of Mrs. John Good. Divine worship will be held at the Williston Community Church Sunday, November 6, at 9 a. m. Subject for the hour, "The scaled book." Sunday School, 10:30 a. m. Masses on Sunday, November 6, in the Catholic Churches of Denton and Ridgely, will be as follows: In St. Elizabeth's Church, Denton, 10 o'clock; in St. Benedict's Church, Ridgely, 8:30 o'clock. Confessions will be heard in St. Benedict's Church on Saturday evening nt 7 o'clock and on Sunday morning at 7:45. A Mission conducted by the Rev. Albert A. Murray, of the congregation of St. Paul, Baltimore, will begin in St. Benedict's Church, Ridgely, on Sunday evening, November 6th, jeen set for Friday evening, but was postponed on account of the rain. Nearly a hundred people attended on Saturday evening, and about half as many on Monday evening. The proceed ·-, about eleven and a half dollars, will bu divided between the Commun- ty Club and the Recreation Association. tion performed in the hospital several and wil i con ti n ue each evening until weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Wade, of Port Tobacco, Md. F Mrs. C. M. Cain and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Storie, of Washington, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lida Wine and Miss Mattie Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Butler have returned from a two weeks visit in Kokomo, Indiana. While there they visited Mrs. Butler's parents, other relatives and friends. The Good Cheer Bible class of the M. E. Church meets at the personage Thursday night, November 10. Capsule sister night. Be sure to be present. ' Elizabeth Murphy was operated on Wednesday at Easton Hospital and at this writing she is doing as well as can be expected. Quite a number of Denton Club members attended the Eastern Shore Federation meeting in Centreville on Thursday. Rev. Elmer J. Clem, of Kokomo, Indiana, is spending this week with his daughter, Mrs. Marion Butler, and friends. Miss M. E. Fluharty, of Choptank, spent several days this week with her niece, Mrs. Raymond Fificld, and family. Wm. Neill Smith, of Cambridge, spent last week-end with his grandmother, Mrs. Mark Smith. November llth, inclusive. The evening services will be at 7:30 o'clock and will consist of the Recitation of the Rosary, sermon and benediction. Daily Masses will be at 7 and 8 o'clock. Father Murray's ability as a speaker is well known in The East, as he has been engaged in conducting Missions, Retreats, Novenas, etc., for a number of years. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all of the services. Fifteen hundred people, dealers, salesmen and guests of the Chester Branch of the Ford Motor Company, were entertained Thursday, October 27th, on the Steel Pier at Atlantic City when the 1939 models of Ford, Lincoln and Mercury Cans were shown. Visitors were welcomed by the assistant manager of the Chester Branch, after which a dramatic presentation of each New Ford Model was given. A motion picture, showing the wonderfully efficient plant of the Ford Motor Company--which is the largest plant of its kind in the world--was given. After a thorough inspection of the new cars a banquet ·was served. Mr. Heber Lane, of th'j Preston Motor Company, had as his guests: Mr. Paul Van Dyke, Mr. King, and Mr. Jake Harris, of Preston; Mr. Theodore Orme and Mr. Malcolm Melvin, of Denton. The 1939 Fords are now on display by the Preston Motor Company. Tentative sale of the Red Star Lines Inc., since September 1 operated under a receivership, to Edgar T. Bennett, of Mardela Springs, superintendent of transportation for the line, was announced by Charles A. McClure, of Philadelphia, and Lee Webster Self, of Salisbury, receivers. The sale is subject to court approval. The tentative sale price, as revealed in the papers filed in the Circuit Court for Wicomico county by Miles, Bailey and Williams, of Salisbury, and Miles and O'Brien, Baltimore attorneys for the receivers, is ?26,000 and includes purchase of all physical equipment, franchises and contracts. Involved .in the proposed sale are more than twenty-five buses, the company, owned by Day and Zimmerman, a. Maryland corporation, operating among others daily service from Salisbury to Philadelphia and from Ocean City to Baltimore via the Matapeake ferry. Receivers for Red Star Lines, as well as the Victor Lynn Transportation Company and the Red Star Garage and Terminal Company ADAMS CROSS ROADS Mrs. Flossie Short entertained large number of friends on Friday evening in honor of her daughter's sixteenth birthday. At a late hour refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Miss Pauline received many nice and useful gifts. Those present were: Mrs. Flossie Short and family, and Mrs. Roc, of South Bowers; Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Short and daughter, Lena; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Breeding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Breeding, Mr. and Mrs. George Breeding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adams and daughter, Mrs. Charles Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flauhey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hignutt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chaffinch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Breeding, Mrs. Lillie Hignutt, Misses Margaret Breeding, Dorettu Todd, Dorothy Hill, Ella Bradley, Clara Melvin, Messrs. John Tiley, James Hignutt, Charles Todd, Lester Adams, Otis Breeding, Roland Adams, Russell Adams, Leon Wilson, John Chaffinch, Lawrence Chaffinch and Clarence Chaffinch. ON THE HONOR ROLL Six of the twenty-three Counties of Maryland had an entirely clean slate with respect to diptheria, during the first nine months of the current year, with neither sickness nor deaths from this arch enemy of childhood, up to the end of September. Nineteen counties reported some sickness from diptheria, but no deaths from the disease, between January 1 and September 30 of this year. The counties on this honor roll are: Allegany, Calvcrt, Kent, Queen Anne's, Talbot, Worcester, Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Frederick. Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George's, Saint Mary's, Talbot, Washington, and Wicomico. The first six on the list have had neither sickness nor deaths from the disease, so far in 1938. There is an honor list for typhoid as well as for diphtheria. Thirteen counties have had no deaths from typhoid charged against them, so far, this year. The quarterly reports of the State Department of Health show that 226 cases and 8 deaths from diphtheria, occurred in the State, during the nine months, ending September 30, in comparison with 303 cases and 17 deaths during the corresponding period in 1937. Of the total in 1938, 103 cases and 2 deaths were reported to the Department from Baltimore City and 133 cases and 6 deaths, from the Counties. Four counties were represented in these six deaths. There were 196 cases and 21 deaths from typhoid reported to the Department during the first nine months jf this year in comparison with 259 Dctwilcr _ fete hm] Furman's Grove Homcmakers Club met on Friday of last week with the president, Mrs. Vernon Baker, in llillsboro. Each member brought canned fruits or vegetables for the Children's Home in Easton. Committees were appointed for the Christmas party. New officers were elected :is follows: President, Mrs. Clifton Arouse; vice-president, Mrs. J. S. Rittenhouse; i=ecretary, Mrs. Laura Brown; treasurer, Mis. Vernon Baker. The program included the singing of "Grandfather's Clock" and a demonstration on making cosmetics. Re- : rcshments were cocoanut cake, gingerbread and fruit ralacl. Miss Annicc Ebling, daughter of Mr. and Mi«. Paul Ebling, of near Ridgely, and Mr. Norman Fike, son of Rev. and Mrs. Albert Fike, of Cordova, were married on Sunday afternoon at half past two at the Church of the Bicthren at Ridgely. The ceremony was performed by the groom's father. The wedding march wns played by Miss Betty Boyer, of Wilmington. The groom's brother, Paul, and the bride's si'ter, Mildred, stood with them. Sunday evening they left for a motor trip. They will make their iome near Cordova. The Woman's Home Missionary Society will meet on Thursday of next week with Mrs. Frank Seward. Miss Viola Jones is in charge of devotions. The educational program, in charge of Miss El-ie Matthews, will be on the work carried on by the women of :hb three uniting brunches of Methodism in four lines, namely, maintenance of Christian Homes, Medical services, Christian Social service, and Christian education. On Thursday of last week Mrs. Walter Moore entertained Mrs. W. II. Valliant III, Mrs. Norman Straughn and Mrs. William Kenlock, of Royal Oak. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Moore entertained Mr. and Mrs. James Willis and Mr. and Mrs. Zorah West and Miss Laura Won and Mr. William H. Thomas of Cambridge. On Tuesday Miss Mary R. Downcs and Mr. Willaim Biddle, of Inglesidc, called there. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Morris were visited by her brothers, Mr. Thaddeus Snowberger, of Wilmington, and Mr. Ralph Snowberger, of Milford, and their wives, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Graham and daughter, of Greenwood; Mr. Morris' sister, Mrs. Tom Meredith, and her son, Mr. William Meredith, and his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Morris, of Ccntrevillc. Among those who attended the Homemakcrs' Rally at Denton on Tuesday were Mrs. Paul Hoffman, Mrs. Frank Simon, Mrs. Mary Wharton, Mrs. Odella Saulsbury, Mrs. Harold Hafer, Mrs. Harry Klotz, Mrs. Maud Hemmons, Mrs. Albert White, Mrs. Boon Jarrell, Mrs. James Stack, Mrs. Roland Cherry and Miss Edna Detwilcr. * A Democratic mass meeting on Monday evening was addressed by HOMEMAKER CLUBS Written liy y Chairman ami Bcsi/c M. tl, HomellciiiuiistrutluHAijeut. The binging of "Grandfathers' Clock" opened the meeting of the Furmans' Grove Homemakers Club last Friday afternoon at the home of the president, Mis. Vernon Baker, in Hillsboro. In spite of the lainy weather, fourteen members were piesent. Each member named some achievements she had attained d m i n g the year. They included: lefinir-hinir rooms, making quilts, fust flower gardens, crocheted articles, two members purchased new homes, much canning and sewing for the family was named, and one member, who moved into the community during the year, suid she acquired many new friends. Activities of the Sunshine Committee were reported by Mrs. Rowc Wood. This report included a shower by the club members for the new daughter, Nancy Lee, of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cooper Jr. Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Eugene Brown gave a demonstration on making a number of cosmetics--cleansing creams, dciodcrantr, etc. Mrs. Baker read the Constitution and By-Laws of the club. Mrs. James Stack lepoited the scrapbook on the history of the club, community, church and school about completed. Pictures, articles and data make the book inteieating and valuable. Eleven mcmb-jrs have read more than eight book's during the year. Plans were made for the annual Christmas Party, which will be held in Ridgely in December. Committees in charge: Pro- giuni, Mrs. J. S. Rittenhouse, Mrs. Stack, Mrs. Wood and Mns. Charles Barton; refreshment, Mrs. Wm. G. Lynch, Mrs. Homer Hutchison and Mrs. John DeFord Jr., and decorating, Miss Edna Detwiler and Mrs. Wm. Griener, with some of the men cooperating. Officers for the coming year were elected as follow;: President, Mrs. Clifton Grouse; vice-president, Mrs. Rittenhouse; secretary, Mrs. Brown; treasurer, Mrs. Baker; advisory council member, Mrs. Stack. The following committees were apappointcd: Sunshine, Mrs. Rittenhouse, Mrs. Homer Hutchison, and Mrs. Harry Dodd; project demonstrators, Mrs. Lynch and Mrs. Wood; scrapbook, Miss Detwiler; reading chairman, Mrs. Charles Barton; librarian, Mrs. Roy Cherry; music, Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Griener. The January meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lynch. After adjournment, refreshments of fruit and cake were served by the hostess. HILLSBORO-QUEEN ANNE LETTER Newsy Items from the Twin Towns Along the Tuckahoe Mrs. VV. F. Dickinson and Mrs. Ralph Thompson attended the forty- fourth annual meeting of The Woman's Auxiliary to the National Convention in Chestcrtown. Mrs. Thompson was Mrs. Dickinson's guest at the Blue Lantern Irin. Mr. and Mrs. John Skinner, Miss Nellie Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Poolc and son, of Cambridge, and Mi. and Mis. Geoigc Poolc, of Preston, PRESTON The Sunday School and Men's Chorus of the M. E. Church are sponsoring a play entitled "Glad Rags", under the direction of Mrs. Peggy Lou Thomas of the Triangle Producing Co. The Community Club, of Preston will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, November 8th. Speakers for the afternoon will be Mrs. Hurcum and Mrs. Ida Belle Thomas, of Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. Max Chambcis and daughter, Marjorie A n n ; Mr. an:l Mrs. Reese Dean and Mr. and Mrs. were recent dinner guests of Mr. and E j Ha ,. ris wcn , jn N( , w York gun . Airs. Harry Kemp. The Community Club will meet Monday night, November 7, in the club room. Alembers are requested to bring their money for the health tags. The tags will be sold in town on Election Day. Air. and Mrs. Urban Bowman and son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fleming over the week-end. Mrs. Fleming accompanied them home. The Missionary and Aid Societies of St. Paul's M. E. Church, South, met at the home of Mrs. Levi Hollister on Wednesday afternoon. Air. and Airs. George Beaven and son and Air. and Airs. George Wilson and son were week-end guests of Air. and Alls. H. Lay Beaven. Air. and Airs. George Stcwait and Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Stewart and daughter were Chincotcaguc visitors Sunday. All's. Harry Kemp attended the Queen Anne's County Sunday School convention at Wye Mills last Friday. Airs. Milford Kline, Alins Nancy Jane Kline and Airs. Brown Eaton were Cambridge visitors Saturday. The Aid Society of HilLsboro M. E. Church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Airs. Fred Sylvester. Air. and Airs. Joseph fnton visited Dr. and Airs. Depuc H. Duffy, in Washington, over the week-end. Air. Charles Jarrell nnd family attended the funeral of Airs. J. R. Jarrell, in Easton, on Saturday. Mr. and Airs. James Price and daughter were guests of Air. and Airs. Willard Russell on Sunday. Alts. Charles Jarrell and Airs. Joseph Eaton spent Wednesday in Philadelphia. Aliss Nancy Jane Kline and Aliss Frances Strickland were home for the week-end. Aliss Frances Fisher visited her father and mother over the week-end. Air. and Airs. Erdnian Bramble are spending the week in Chester, Pa. Airs. Grace Thompson spent Alon- ay and Tuesday in Philadelphia. cases and 24 deaths during the corresponding period of 1937. Of the total this year, 37 cases and 6 deaths were reported from Baltimore City; 159 cases and 15 deaths from the counties. Every county had some sickness from typhoid. The thirteen counties in which there were no deaths from typhoid, The Friendship-Grove Homcmakers Club met at the home of Mns. Culvin Belts on Thursday, October 27, 1938, with the following members present: Mrs. W. F. Gadow, Mrs. Alfred Fluharty, Mrs. N. E. Taylor, Mrs. J. Lee Taylor, Mrs. B. M. Connelly and Mrs. Otto Brauchle. Each member filled out a yearly report on club work. Mrs. J. Lee Taylor gave the treasurer's report and a current event. Mrs. Alfred Fluharty gave the Sunshine Committee report. Miss Bessie Spafford was present and gave the demonstration on "The Art of Make-Up", and gave a report of the Board Meeting on Books. Each member is to fill a ruler of "Mile of Pennies" to buy books. It is the wish of Miss Spafford and the clubs to get enough books in the Homemnkers Li- braby so that not only club members may read our books _but others who enjoy reading may borrow a book. The club will meet Thursday, December 1, at the home of Mrs. Alfred Fluharty. There will be a meeting for canning meat November 15 in the Community House at Grove. Mrs. W. F. Gadow, Mrs. N. E. Taylor, Mrs. J. Lee Taylor and Mrs. Otto Brauchle attended the Caroline County Homemakers Rally at the Brethren Church, Denton. The regular meeting of the Twentieth Century Club was held at the home of Mrs. Florence Dean. Mrs Evelyn Harding, the music instructor, taught the club two new songs, "Grandfather's Clock" and "In the Evening by the Moonlight." The roll call was answered by eighteen members and one visitor. The minutes of the last meeting were read by tho sccretary. A discussion of the .ne\\ club house was held. A motion made and passed to buy the farmer Capt. Pete Wright property for club house. As there was no moi-L business the meeting was turned over Hon. T. Alan Goldsborough, Mr. Fletcher Sisk, Mr. DeWeese Carter and Mr. Dudley Roe. Mr. Wesley Thawley acted ns Master of Ceremonies. Misa Mary Robinson and Mrs. Redman Long and Miss Alice Ferrick, all of Swarthmore, spent the week-end the first two with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinson and the third with her parare: AMERICAN CORNER __^_ * Mr. Henry Carman and daughters entertained on Wednesday evening last Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Carman and son, Charles; Mr. and Mrs. Olas E. Smith and children, Edward and Eunice. The occasion also was his daughter Lydia's birthday. Ice cream and cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Downes, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Griffith were visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Olas Smith and Mr. G. L. Griffith recently. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnson are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy, born Monday, October 31. cnts. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Slacum and daughter, Anna Mae, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olas Smith on Sunday. Miss Ruth Johnson, of Bridgeville, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Miss Florence Patchett spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Jessie Gregg, at Oil City. Allegany, Anne Arundel, Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Harford, Kent, Prince George's, Queen Anne's, Saint Mary's, Somerset, Washington. In announcing the honor lists for these two diseases, Dr. R. H. Riley, Director of the State Department of Health, spoke of the encouraging decreases that have occurred in both typhoid and diphtheria, over a period of years. He compared the totals for 1938 with those recorded ten years ago. "Our records show" he said "that over 700 cases and 86 deaths from typhoid occurred in the State in 1923. There were more than 1,500 cases and over 100 deaths from diphtheria the same year. 'These totals are for the entire year--not for the nine months period as are the figures for 1938--but the difference between them is sufficiently great to give some idea of what has been accomplished, not only toward the control of these diseases, but toward the protection of the health of the people of this State, i.i Miss Phyllis McDonald and Miss Elsie Wharton, of the Fedcralsburg Recreation Center, visited our Center on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Wharton was accompanied by her sis- were USUTHgC I* 11 ** ·* *·* ······*·· w-m-mf ., ) · « * · · -D D ^ - * I * T M l BDDointcd by order of the court, The Ladies Aid of this place will "" _ . - * i » _ i ' _ _ _ i.._~u n t A m n r i n n n (~!nrnpr o n effective September 1. All were allowed to operate under receiverships ' for a period of sixty days. The permit, waa extended Saturday, subject to a further order of the court. serve a lunch at Election Day. "Visit your schools during Amcri- ican Education Week, Nov. 6-12." many other ways. Some of this has been brought about by advance in public health procedure; very much of it has been due to the intelligent and ready cooperation of the peoplu of the State with the health authorities." tor. Mrs. Harry Laird, Mrs. William Harrison Jr., and Misses Ada, Elsie and Stella Matthews visited Mrs. Willnrd Jones and daughters, Mabel and Violu, nt Price, on Tuesday. The Men's Bible class of the Church of the Brethren was entertained at the home, of Mr. Edward Bowman on Friday evening of last week. The Community Club meets next Monday afternoon for a program on Books. Mrs. Frank Flounders is committee. Roll Call, my favorite author. Messrs. Davis and Jack Wilson and their sister, Mrs. Clinton Stoops, and Mrs. Marion Stoops and Mrs. Pnge Jones spent Tuesday in Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilson cn- taincd on Sunday their daughter, Misa Elizabeth Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Collison, all of Newport. Miss n.vclyn Cohee is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Marion Stoops, recovering after an operation for appendicitis in a Wilmington hospital. Miss Thelmu Bowman, of Salisbury, was home for the week-end. to Miss Spafford, who showed us the "Art of Make Up." We were then honored by a visit from Gov. am Mrs. Nice, Senator and Mrs. Davi and their party. The penny march was then held. The meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. Howard Harris on Wednesday, November 9th. The November meeting of th Smithson Club was held Wednesday afternoon in the club room. The meet ing was opened by singing, "Onwar Christian Soldiers," and "Flow Gent ly, Sweet Afton." The minutes wer read and approved and the roll callec Mrs. Quidas gave a talk on "Flow t Buy a Coat." There were seven mem bers and one visitor present. Aftc the meeting adjourned refreshment were served by the hostesses of th day, Mrs. Quidas and Mrs. J. Worm The next meeting will bo held December 7th. QUEEN ANNE Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, of tevensville; Mr. and Mrs. Frceland loppcr, of Tuckahoe Neck, and Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Scwell, of Denton, pent Sunday with their parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Howard Sewell. Mrs. Eliz- uth Lightner was also a guest at ic Sewell home on Sunday. The Queen Anne Community Club et on Tuesday evening and quite a arge number were present. Miss Vioet Gibson was soloidt, Mrs. Henry [organ read a poem and Mrs. Howrd Scwell gave current events. Decious refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Stevens nd mother motored to Egg Harbor, . J., last Wednesday, taking with hem to her home Mrs. Stevens' nunt, Irs. Nora Chilcutt, who had been at ic Stevens home for several weeks, Mrs. James Briscoe, who has been pending several weeks with her par- nts-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brisoe, has returned to her home in alLsbury. Mrs. John Taylor and daughter, Emily, of Wilmington, and Miss Emm Clark, of Denton, spent the wcek- nd with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark. Mrs. John Shively, of Wilmington, pent a couple days recently with her lother, Mrs. Delia Mullikin, and unt, Mrs. Mollic Diggans. Miss Elizabeth Lynch and Miss Sdith Dudley, of State Teachers College, Salisbury, spent the wcek- nd at their homes here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Metz and Mrs. Emma Glass, of Philadelphia, (vere recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Stevens. Quite a number of folks from here attended the Queen Anne's Youth Conference, held nt Wye Mills Church ast Friday. All the teachers of Queen Anne spent the week-end in Baltimore and attended the State Teachers' Alcet- ng. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moore and Mrs. John Chaires attended the football ;amc at Maryland University Satur- day and Monday. Air. Hebcr Lane, Air. Paul Van Dyke, Mr. E. J. Harris and Mr. John Noble attended the F»id exhibit on the t-icc\ pier in Atlantic City, N. J. Airs. A. F. SL-k enteitained a number of children on Friday at a Hal- lowe'en Party for her children, Fletcher Jr. and Barbara. Mr. James Gallagher, student at Straycr's College, Baltimore, spent the week-end with his parents, Air. and Mrs. J. L. Gallagher. Airs. Fred Brady and son, James, returned to Baltimore Monday after spending the week with Air. and Airs. Burton Proctor Jr. Air. and Mrs. Edward Cunningham and three children were guests of Mr. and Airs. Lloyd Cannon over the week-end. AIiv. Chas. Bradley and Airs. Sadie Merrill, of New Hav«n, Conn., are visiting at the home of Aliss Alildred Griffith. Mr. and Airs. Prerton Spence, of Wilmington, spent several days this week with Rev. and Airs. Pieston Spcncc. Air. and Airs. B. C. Phclps and daughter, Nancy, of Baltimore, are guests of Mr. and Airs. Wm. Dulin. The teachers of Preston High School attended the State Teachers' Alceting in Baltimore last Friday. Aliss Eleanor Trice, of Baltimore, spent Sunday with her parents, Air. and Mrs. T. L. Trice. The young people will hold a bake in Mr. J. L. Gallagher's office on Saturday, November 5. AlL=s Nell Fooks, of Wilson College, spent the week-end with her mother, N. H. Fooks. Airs. Robert Cannon and son, Robert Jr., visited Air. and Airs. Lee Noble Alonday. Mrs. J. Al. Parker was hostess to the Alonday club. Airs. Cannon held high score. Airs. John Noble gave a Hallowe'en Party on Saturday afternoon for her children. Air. and Airs. A. T. Bladns and Airs. Paul Van Dyke visited Baltimore on Tuesday. Mrs. R. 0. Dulin and Mrs. J. L. Gallagher spent Tuesday in Wilmington. PUBLIC HEALTH NEWS GREENSBORO AND ITS ENVIRONS Newsy Items Concerning Second District People and Matter* Ali.ss Annice Virginia Ebling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Ebling, of Greensboro, and Mr. Norman Jacob Fike, ron of the Rev. and Mrs. Albert Fike, of Talbot county, were married Sunday afternoon by the father of the groom at the Church of the Biethren, Ridgely. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Ebling. The best man was day. Mr. B. B. Barton is spending some time with his son, Mr. Charlie Barton, on the farm. Mrs. Bernard Sparks spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Selby Smith, Ridgely. Mrs. Mabel Sullivan, of Denton, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Ida Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fleming and family spent the week-end in Baltimore. Mrs. May Dean spent Sunday with Mrs. Clara Thompson, of Hillsboro. Miss Dorothy Jump spent the weekend with her mother. Miss Madge Jump ripent Monday in Baltimore. Miss Polly Cnlloway has been quile ill again. The Public Health Board met on Tuesday, with representatives from Federalsburg, Prcuton, R i d g e l y , Greensboro and Denton. The near approach of Tug Day recalls the many uses for which the money thus received is spent. Part of it is used for clothing and transportation for' tuberculous and other patients who need help and for layettes and other supplies needed by babies and their mothers. Fortunately the local health department, the Welfare Board and the sanatorium authorities work together for the community's sick. The Red Cross accident prevention campaign has been promoted by the nurses, and material given the school children listing the various farm and home hazards. In some cases steps have been taken to correct these causes, keeping in mind that from 32,000 to 40,000 persons are killed each year in the homes and on the farms of our country. Teachers, parents, students and county organizations are showing keen interest in this campaign. First Aid kits have been placed in some schools during the year, furnished by the Red Cross, and others will be supplied. The Fourth grade in the Denton Primary school is having a Dental Hygiene Crusade which is arousing much interest. Mumps and chickenpox have appeared in a few scattered cases, while pediculosis is on the decrease. Home visits by the nurses promoting the correction of defects is now under way. Typhoid vaccines has been given by physicians to prevent a further spread of this disease. Colored lay workers will assist with mothers' classes and clinics to be started soon in the Castle Hall school building. Child Training, the subject of the Mothers' Club of the Brethren Church, for October, brought out much valuable discussion. Midwivcs and mothers visiting tne mothers' classes held in conjunction with the prenatal clinics show much interest and find much material for discussion with the doctors and nurses. Many visits, meetings, inspections and lectures were made and given during the month. TO THE VOTERS OF CAROLINE COUNTY, MARYLAND: the bridegroom's brother, Paul Fike, of Cdova. Mr. and Mrs. Fike left on a wedding trip and on their return will reside in Talbot county. The Community Club held their meeting Tuesday evening. After the business meeting, a Halloowe'en party was enjoyed by all. Miss Bertha Miller was hostess for the evening, assisted by Air*,. Rudolph Rinner and Mrs. Charles Miller. The club was beautifully decorated. A piano solo was given by Mrs. Jesse Smith and poems were read by Mrs. Walter Weaver, after which bingo was played. Refreshments of cider and gingerbread were served by the hs- tess. Those entertained at the home of Mrs. Annie Edwards on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore and daughter, Shirley, and nephew, Billy Wheeler, of Goldsboro; Mrs. Charles Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Passwaters and son, Billy; Mrs. Florence Thornton and son, Lawrence, of Greensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Curry and children, of Wilmington; James Curry Sr., of Dover; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Randall, of Denton; Mrs. Emma Dill and children, Pearl and Bobby, and Walter McDonald, of Fclton, were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wyatt on Sunday. Miss Anna Stevenson, of Philadelphia, who has been spending the summer in Camden, Maine, has spent the last two weeks with her brother, R. B. Stevenson, of Hazardsville, Conn., and John Stevenson, of Greensboro. She will return to her home in Philadelphia on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford George and little daughter, Janice, of Cordova, recently visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alarley Pinder, near town. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Greelee, of Houston, also visited Mr. and Mrs. Pinder on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thornton and son, Alan; Mr. and Mrs. IT. L. Cohce, Mr. and Mrs. Tilghman Whitby and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wyatt were among those who attended the Hal- lowe'en parade in Scaford last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Sipple, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Griffith and son, of Endicott, N. Y., who have been spending several days here spent Monday and Tuesday in Baltimore with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russell, accompanied by Mrs. Tamza Gooden, of Willow Grove, spent Sunday with Air. and Mrs. Alvin Totheroh, of Glen Mills, Pa. Airs. Earl Nichols and daughter, Miss Grace, of Linwood, Pa., and Mrs. Sallie Nichols, of town, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols. ' Mrs. N. K. Swanwick has been spending several days with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alaurice Stewart, in Easton. Strode Beckham and son, Jack, and Roger Montague, of Washington, were week-end guests of Mr. and Airs. B. C. Beckham. Air. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell and son, Walter, of Wilmington, were week-end guests of Air. and Mrs. Harvey Porter. Mr. and Airs. Oscar Nichols and sons, Edward and Junior, and Henry Beardsley, visited relatives in Chester on Sunday. Mr. and Airs. Richard Frampton and children, of Boothwyn, Pa., were week-end visitors of Air. and Mrs. Earl Deaner. Airs. George Hamon, of Wilmington, spent the week-end with her parents, Air. and Airs. Harry Karcher. Airs. Bradford Turner and son, Gene, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Airs. Alfred Bilbrough, near town. Airs. Effa Plummer and granddaughter, Aliss Eleanor Taylor, were week-end visitors in Baltimore. Air. and Mrs. James Pinder and Mr. James Ward visited Bloomery Church, near Smithville, on Sunday. Miss Mae Pippin entertained with a bridge dessert last Frjday afternoon at her home. Miss Evelyn Butler spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Butler, of Rehoboth. Air. and Airs. Nelson Draper and daughter, Virginia, spent Sunday in . Ridgely. Charles Adams has returned home after spending some time in Washington. SMITHSON Mr. Lawrence Mullikin and MHS Nannie Mullikin, of Wilmington, spent part of this week with their uncle and nunt, Air. and Airs. Alonzo Willoughby. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bowdle nnd little son, of Easton, visited Mr. and Airs. A. R. Willoughby lost Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Clarke, of Grove, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Perry last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lizzie Miley has returned home after spending a week with Airs. A. McCarty. Mrs. Harvey Patrick, of Laurel Del., spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs. F. Pragcr. Subscribe for the JournaL HARMONY Funeral services for Airs. Ida Thomas were held Wednesday after- loon at 2 o'clock, from her late home, in Harmony. Interment was at Hill- zrest cemetery, Federalsburg. Although a native of Talbot county. Airs. Thomas had lived in Caroline county for the past 55 years. At the time of her death she was 70 years old. She was the daughter of the late Elisha Lord and Elizabeth Saulsbury Lord. For quite a number of years she was a member of Harmony M. P. Church, but due to ill health for the past few years had been unable to attend services there. The Harmony Club will meet at the home of Mns. Alaurice Todd on Wed- Provcrbs 20-1 "Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging; and whosoever is deceived theteby is not wise. Have we not been deceived? Can we as conscientious voters afford to vote for men who arc in favor of alcoholic liquors? Can we send men to our county scat to legislate laws for our county who arc not only in favor of alcoholic drinks but drink and sell the same? God says "Woe be unto the man who puts his bottle to his neighbor's lips". If we vote for men who are interested in the use and sale of alcoholic liquors, are we not putting our endorsement, to it? If our Presidents, Representatives, Senators, Legislators and Sheriffs are in favor of these things, where will there be any restrictions? It will pay us to look before we leap. Alcohol affects the mind, causes men to err in judgment, shortens the life. Are not oun prisons and penitentiaries filled to their capacity with young nnd old who have indulged in alcoholic liquors and other narcotics? Can we stand by unconcerned when our children are being killed on the highways, locked behind, prison bars, sent to some house for the insane or see them turn out to be drunkards and vagabonds? Can we prosper as county, state and nation by/ drinking poison or by voting for those who do? ADAMS CROSS EOADS Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Adams, Mrs. John Adams and Virginia Lee Robinson spent the week-end with Mr. and Airs. E. W. Brown and Misa Grace Adams, of Pleasantville, N. J. Mr. and Airs. Charles Johnson and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Randal Cuetworth, of New Jer- nesday afternoon, November 9th. All too j n t c . members please try to be there. ' We had better awake before it is An Old Voter. sey. Rev. and Airs. E. C. Hallman, Rev. and Airs. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wheatley and son and Mrs. Earle Robinson were Sunday supper gnesta of C. W. and J. L. Adams. Mr. and Airs. F. W. Fountain entertained Mr. and Airs. Charlea Fountain and son and mother-in-law and a lady friend, of Pennsylvania. Mr. and Airs. James Devore and child, of Pennsylvania, spent Sunday and Monday with Air. and Mrs. Fountain. Airs. Glen Bullock and Mrs. Debbie Fountain were Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Blanche Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Robinson and daughter attended a birthday party for Mrs. Elmer Robinson on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Hubbard, and Mrs. Agnes Breeding and two sons were also guests. A birthday cake was presented by Mrs. Earle Robinson. Ice cream and cake- was served. , 4 Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Fountain spent Sunday evening with her parents. ' - - ' .'SPAPERf

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