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Page B Saturday Morning, December S, 193 of J*«W9 fronj AH P»rts of to County Solicit** Ui4«r tbl? The Local Departtnen DASHES HERE AND THERE The W. C. T. U. will hold a bak on Saturday, December 3, in the va cant room next Townscnd's. Bake--The Epworth League o Denton M. E. Church will have a bak on Saturday, December 10. Place wil be announced later. Dwelling for Rent--Modern hous of medium size desirably located on East Market street in Denton.--Mrs J. Frank Wright, Denton, Md. The Ladies Aid of the Brethren Church will hold their annual sale am bake Saturday, December 17th, in the vacant store room next the A. P Store on Market street. Dwelling for Rent -- Attractive house desirably located on Franklin street, Denton. Modern and complete in every detail--hardwood floors heat, hot water, screens, awnings, etc. --Mrs. J. Kemp Stevens, Denton, Md. A business and social meeting of the Methodist Young People of Caroline county will be held at Bethlehem, Md., Friday evening, December 9th, at 7:30 p. m. Election of officers and plans for our Christmas activities will be formed, followed by a social program. Toys discarded in the home may find a welcome place somewhere this Christmas time. The Manual Arts Department of Caroline High School has been designated for one of Santa's workshops, where toys will be repaired and made like new. Con tributions are solicited. They will be collected promptly on notice to a member of the Rotary Club's committee: John H. Emerson, Gail F. Cooper, T. Conover Grouse. The Directors of the Caroline County Poultry Association at a meeting on Tuesday completed plans for .their annual meeting and banquet, which will be held at the Reformed Church in Ridgely on Thursday evening, December 15th, at 7 p. m. Dr. Cliff D. Carpenter, of the Lederle Laboratories, has been invited to be the principal speaker for the banquet, although his acceptance has not been received at this time. Tickets will be available from the following directors: Oscar Schmidt, and Earl Deaner, of Greensboro; Charles Dean, of Ridgely; Martin C. Voss, Mre. C. J. Kern and F. D. Zeigler, of Denton, and H. H. Rieck, William Kleinwach- .ter and Perry Voshell, of Preston. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Caroline County Poultry Association on Tuesday, the Secretary reported that seven hundred and twenty poultry raisers in the county had purchased tattoo sets since the plan had been adopted by the State and County Associations in 1935. The Association urges every member to mark' all poultry at the earliest opportunity as this is the only means by which an owner can positively identify his property. Much PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS Interesting Items About Yourself An Your Friend* Miss Anita Frank and Mr. Robert Harrison were married Thanksgivin] Day at 4 o'clock. The ceremony wa: performed by the Rev. Charles Hina at the English Lutheran Church, in Baltimore. The bride wore a whit satin gown, with a lace veil. Shi carried white roses. The bride's sis ter, Miss Elizabeth Frank, was maid of-honor, and wore a gown of rose taffeta. Miss Anna Meyers, o: Baltimore, was bridesmaid and won a blue taffeta gown. They both ho* very beautiful bouquets of roses Bernard Davidson, brother of the bride, gave 1 her away in marriage The best man and two ushers were friends of the bride and groom. Caro Hurpel, cousin of the bride, sang, "] Love You Truly." The reception was held at the home of the groom's brother, Mr. S. Harrison, at which were about fifty guests. The bridt was a former Caroline County High School girl and is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Klein. The Caroline County Medical Society met at the Brick Hotel in Den;on on Tuesday, November 22nd, at 7 p. m. Following dinner and refreshments, the Society was fortunate to hear from Dr. W. D. Noble, of Easton, who spoke on "The Acute Sur- ;ical Abdomen." Dr. Noble's lecture was very interesting since he divided he abdomen into three portions and isted the symptoms and signs that are usually found in reference to dis- 'ases which necessitate surgical operation for correction. D'r. Noble also Lsted the surgical findings at the ime of operation under the respec- ive pathological conditions that give ise to these symptoms and signs. Allowing Dr. Noble's lecture and the iusiness meeting, Dr. Fred N. Nich- 1s, President of the Caroline County rlcdical Society, invited the members o a meeting at his home during the month of December. Mr. and Mrs. Albert R, Neal enter- ained on Thanksgiving Day the fol- owing relatives: Mrs. Marietta Anhony and Mr. Lee Anthony; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ellwanger, of Whiti. 1 - eysburg; Mkss Eloise Ellwanger, of Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ellwanger and little daughter, Charlotte Ann, of Roxanna, 0el.; Mr. and Mrs. bhn M. Renninger, of Chester, Pa.; Miss Rachel McMahan, of Salisbury; Mr. and Mrs". Louis Callahan, Mr. nd Mrs. Bill Lyons, of Easton; Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry McMahan, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony McMahan, of Federals- urg. Miss stolen property been recovered in the past year by means of these tatfoo marks, and it has been proven unquestionably that those farms not dbplaying the National Tattoo signs are losing the largest percentage of poultry through thievery. The Association has purchased a supply of tattoo ink that may be purchased at the County Agent's Office. Excavation began this week for the addition to Caroline High School here, sponsored by the Caroline County Board of Education as part of a five-point school improvement program partly financed by PWA funds. The Cogswell Construction Company of Baltimore, is erecting the building, at a cost of $43,000, under the direction of E. Newton Cox, superintendent The time limit SB six months, unless bad weather should delay operations. Six classrooms, three on the north side and three on the south side of the present building, two lavatories and two locker rooms are being added to the .three-story building. The addition will be of brick to match the original building. Local labor will be employed whenever available and, if more masons are needed, they will be brought in from Cambridge, according to the superintendent. Hiss I. Jewell Simpson, Assistant State Superintendent of Schools in Charge of Elementary Instruction, will be the speaker at the next meeting of the Denton Parent-Teacher Association which falls on the night of December 13th. Miss Simpson will speak on her last summer's trip to Central Europe. We all remember the very excellent talk made by Miss Simpson last year when she addressed the County Teachers Association and I am sure that every teacher and many of the patrons of our schools will want to hear her talk on "Conditions in Central Europe." It is unlikely that Miss Simpson will be able to give this talk in the county again as she has been swamped by requests. Therefore, we extend this invitation to you and hope that a large number · of you can arrange to be present to hear her. The meeting will be held in the Caroline High School Auditorium at 8 p. m. Please come. Funeral services were held Wed nesday afternoon at East New Mar Jtet for Levin E. Taylor, who died Monday at the home of his son, I "Webster Taylor, in Baltimore. Mr Taylor was born near Vienna, Md June 8. 1B57, and was a prominen farmer in that section before moving to Preston in 1904, where he con tinned to farm successfully. After th death of. his wife in 1930 he lived with his daughter, the late Mrs. R. Lc .Jlorson, of Culpcpef, Va., until he death in March 1937. Since that tim lie resided with his son in Baltimore Besides his Helen Cathryn DeWitt, laughter of Mrs. Esther A. DeWitt and the late Mr. Grant DeWitt, of Goldsboro, and Mr. Howard E. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Brown, of near Goldsboro,' were married Thanksgiving Day at the home f the bride's mother in Goldsboro by he Rev. L. B. Bobbitt, of the Golds- oro M. E. Church, South. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Brown will live in Goldsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMahan, of 'ederalsburg, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Audrey Virginia McMahan, to Mr. Louis Callahan, of Easton. The wed- ing took place on Thursday, Novem- er 24. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Stafford en- ertained on Thursday last Mr. and Mrs. Ed Satterfield, Mr. James Saterfield, of Wilmington; Mre. John iloore, Mrs. Willie Fearins and Mre. loward Porter. Miss Marie Pentz, of Bernards- ille, N. J., and Mr. Clyde Pentz Jr., f Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pa., pent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pentz. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. Church will mee.t at the parsonage on Wed- esday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Each member is asked to bring a ten- en t gift for exchange. MTU. G. A. Thuns and son, Leslie; Mrs. M. Klein and daughter, Sylvia, pent last week in Baltimore, end at- ended the wedding of Mrs. Klein's laughter, Anita. Mrs. R. C. Tell and two children, if Doylestown, Pa,, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ramsell and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kem. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright, Miss Evelyn Wright and Mr. Vincent Love visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pratt, at Henderson, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lanos Polk and laughter, Joyce, of Wilmington, were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. '. A. DeFord and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Ellwanger and daughter spent Thursday and ·"riday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ellwanger. Mrs. Taylor Brown and little daughter, Margaret, of North East, are visiting Mrs. Brown's father, Mr. Charles W. Willis. Mrs. Fletcher Stafford entertained ier sister, Mrs. Wm. Lindle, and daughter, Dorothy, over the week- nd. Miss Helen D'eFord, ,of Wilmington, was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mre. F. A. DeFord. Miss Susie Oros, of Washington spent Thank-giving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oros. Miss Eloise Ellwanger, from Washington, was home for Thanksgiving and the week-end. Miss Elizabeth Stafford spent Thanksgiving in Chester, Pa. Mrs. Elma Baker is a patient in Milford Hospital. CHURCH NOTICES Services in the^ Dentoa M. E. Church on Sunday, December 4, will be as follows: Sunday School at 'J:-15 a. m. Holy Communion at 10:45 a. m. Epworth League at 6:45 p. n. with Anita Rue as leader. Evening sermon by the pastor at 7:30. The Epworth League will hold a bake and food sale on Saturday morning, beginning at 10 o'clock, in tin vacant store room next to Townsend's. The annual Christmas Pageant this year will be presented on Sunday evening, December 18. The Junior Choir Cantata will be given on the following Sunday evening, December 25. Denton M. P. Church--The Woman's Auxiliary will have charge of the morning service tomorrow anl will present a program explaining the work of the church to the congregation. The Thank Offering for world service will be received. Extreme weather prevented this service last Sunday, as scheduled. At 6:45 the Christian Endeavor subject for the Bible portrait sketch will be "Lazarus, the Beggar". The subject of the pastor's sermon for the regular evening service, at 7:30 will be "Subjects versus Rebels." Church of the Brethren--The Sunday School beginning at 10 o'clock "a. m. Sermon at 11 o'clock by the pastor. Evening services begin at 7 o'clock. The Woman's Missionary Society will meet Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mns. Frank D. Zeigler with Mrs. Alda Pearson as assistant hostess. The Women's Missionary Society of the Ridgcly Brethren Church will give the program. Divine worship will be held at the LVilliston Community Church Sunday, December 4, 9 a. m. Sunday School will follow the church service at 10:30 a. m. Subject for the church hour, 'Under the Altar." Masses on Sunday, December 4th, n the Catholic Churches of Denton and Ridgely will be, as follows: In St. Benedict's Church, Ridgely, 8:30 o'clock; in St. Elizabeth's Church, )enton, 10 o'clock. Evening service will be held in St. Benedict's Ihurch at 7:30. Mass on December 8th, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, will be at 8:15 in Denton; n Ridgely at 7 o'clock. RIDGELY Rev. F. J. Hensel spent Thanksgiving with his parents in Wilmington, celebrating their fortieth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Callahan entertained their daughter, Mrs. Bohler, and her son, from Baltimore, on Thanksgiving. Miss Eleanor Taylor, of Fcderals- burg, spent Thanksgiving and the son and daughter-in week-end with -her father, Dr. Frank DEATH ROLL Final rites for Charles S. Lewis, native and a resident of Federals- urg locality for many years, who died at Los Angeles, Cal., last Tues- lay will be held in Union Methodist Ipiscopal Church, Federalsburg, at 1:30 o'clock this (Saturday.) afternoon. The Rev. Dr. Frank Lewis, rc- ired Methodist Protestant minister and a cousin of Mr. Lewis, will officiate, assisted of the Rev. Ransom P. Nichols, PrincQss Anne, and by the lev. John L. Johnson, of St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church, Seaford. Jurial will be in the cemetery of Jethcl (Md.) Methodist Episcopal Church, near Federalsburg, where Mr. Lewis' wife and child and many f his ancestors are buried. Mr. Lew- g, 80, was a member of Nanticoke Masonic Lodge, which recently be- towed upon him a gold medal for his half-century of membership in he fraternity. He was also a mem- jer and past patron of Nanticoke hapter of the Eastern Star. Although be made his home at Los Angeles for many years, he had spent prolonged eriods in this county frequently, and tad become closely associated with ts social, religious and civic life. A ister, Mrs. Laura Newell, Chester, 'a., and a half sister, Mrs. Max Schniffner, of Baltimore, survive him. The body will lie in state in Union rt.-E. Church from noon on Saturday until the hour of the funeral. L. Clayton Carroll, son of the late R. W. Carroll, died Wednesday at his lome near Preston, age 03 years. He tad been in ill health for over five ears. Mr. Carroll was a farmer all lis life, near Preston, and will be adly missed by all who knew him. Surviving are hisi wife, Mrs. Sallic 'oole Carroll, and the following children: Lloyd and Raymond, at home; Mrs. Raymond Cookc, near Federalsburg; Harry, of Wilmington; Mrs. Maurice Dean,- Denton, and Mrs. Fames Lord, of St. Michaels. He eaves, also, three brothers and one sister--Ollie, of Philadelphia; Rdland, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Charles A. Carroll, of near Preston, and Mrs. James R. Christopher, of Bethlehem. He was a member of Preston Council, No. 43, Jr. 0. U. A. M. Funeral services will be held Sautrday, December 3rd, at his home, at 2 o'clock, and burial will be in Jr. 0. U. A. M. cemetery, Winchester. Services for Charles Howard, 61, retired rural mail carrier, from the Denton postofflce, who died at his lome here Monday after a long illness, were held at the home Thursday morning. He was the son of the ate Charles Howard, who lived near Fedcralsburg. He was a memher of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics. His widow, the former Miss Olive Collins, Preston; one son, Peul L. Howard, Drexcl Hill, Pa.; one eistor, Mrs. Charlotte Graham, Bogota, N. J., and four brothers, Herbert Howard, Roxboro, Pa.; Owen Howard, Baltimore; Walter Howard, Denton, and Mark Howard, Federalsburg, survive him. The Rev. Thomas J. Turkington, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church, Denton, officiated. Burial was in Hillcrcst cemetery, FederaLsburg, Funeral rites were held Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Edith V. Evans 65, wife of Harvey Evans, who dice Sunday at her home in Fedcralsburg after four weeks' illness. Mrs. Evan, was a native of Caroline county, the law, he is survived by three grandchildren, Helen Taylor, Richard Taylor and Robert Rosson. He is also survived by three half-sisters, Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bennington entertained their son, Melvin, and his wife, of Washington, over the week- Howard Bennett, of Chatham, N. J.; end. JJrs Ira Brinsfleld, of Hurlock, and Mr. and Mrs. William C. Harrison Mra Walter Brinsfield, of Philadel- returned Wednesday after a ten-day -phfa. He was the brother of the late visit with his parents in Clayton John Taylor, Isaac 0. Taylor and T. .. Taylor, all prominent citizens of Dorchester county. Officials of the Methodist Church will serve a chicken supper on Thursday evening of next week. daughter of the Into Thomas and Louisa Alford Andrew. Besides he husband, she leaves n eister, Mrs Benjamin C. Corkran, of Federals burg, and a brother, Albert Andrew near there. Card of Thanks For sympathetic assistance am numberless acts of kindness througl the dark hours of a fatal illnei, nn for the floral tributes to our love one, Charles Howard, recently dc ceased, we offer to our friends sin cerest thanks. Wife and Son, Olive and Paul Howan WEEKLY RIDGELY NEWS LETTER Items of Special Interest to Residents of the Seventh District Mrs. Julia Ann Walls was stricken with cerebral hemorrhage cai'Iy Saturday morning, and died on Sunday afternoon without regaining consciousness. The funeral was held in the Methodist Church on Wednesday afternoon. Kev. O. B. Reed preached using as toxt: "lie shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death". Prayer was offered by the Rev. Mr. Jump, of the Holiness Church. The choir sung "Rock of Ages" and "God Will Take Care of You". Interment wus made in Ridgely cemetery. Mrs. Walls wad sixty-one years old. She IF survive*: by her aped mother, Mrs. Martha Ireland; her husband, Eben Walls; seven sons, Harry, Roy, and John, of Wilmington; Herbert, Clifton, am; Charles, of Ridgely, and Marion, of Ccntrcville; two daughters, Mrs. Morris Dicfendcrfcr anil Mrs. Roy Clover, of Ridguly; there are fourteen grandchildren and one threat-grandchild. There are two brothers, Mr. Will Ireland, of Ridgely, and Mr. Calvin Ireland, of Hurlnck, and six sisters, Mrs. Herbert Sturkey and Mrs. Edward McLaughlin, of Centreville; Mrs. Charles Cohey, of Millington; Mrs. Katie Ross, of Denton, and Mrs. Lawrence Smith and Miss Clara Ireland, of Ridgely. Mrs. Walls was .a faithful and beloved member of the Methodist Church. A very successful Thanksgiving party was held at the Recreation Cen ter on Wednesday evening, in spite of the very unfavorable weather. The program included "Over the River and Through the Wood", sung by the Brownie.'; mouth organ music by Mr. George Hesse and Mr. Frank Det- ivilcr and Mr. Mallory Mullina (these two were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mitchell); a brief reading by Mrs. Harry Hemvnons; trumpet duet by Pnul and Kenneth Bennington; and The Courtship of Miles Standi h in pantomime. Mrs. Frank Flounders was reader. Miles Standish was played by Mrs. Harford Porter; John Aldt'n by Miss Mary Brumbaugh; Piiscilln by Miss Eleanor Taylor; the Indian bj Mi-'s Mary Laird; and Miss Edna Detwilcr played the parts of the minister and a couple of messengers. Mrs. Ronald Lane and Misses Margaret Swing and ELic Matthews were members of the council and neighbors attending the wedding 1 . Mrs. Mattic Brumbaugh was chief costumcr and Miss Stella Matthews, scene shifter and manager of the curtain. Following the program a merry hour was spent at games which were directed by Mr. Joseph Snowberger. They included parts of the Virginia . reel, "The Pawpaw Patch", "The Spinning Wheel", and others. The funeral of Mr. Charles Edward Turner was held at the Methodist Church on Friday afternoon, November 25. The sermon was by Rev. Harry Zeigler, of Cordova, formerly pastor of Ridgcly Church of he Brethren, who used as a text What is your life? It is even n vapor vhich vanisheth away." The choir cpresented the three churches of iidgely. They sang "Rock of Ages", Old Rugged Cross", and "Will the lirclc be Unbroken?" The pall-bcar- rs were grandsons. The burial was n Ridgely cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bennington, f Denton, were guests of his parents, Ir. and Mrs. Carlilc Benninirton, on hursday and Friday of last week. On Tuesday of this week, Mr. and Irs. Bennington entertained their on, Lansing, and wife, from Seaford. Mr. Harold H. Vignuelle, of Wilmington, has been in town recently, eprcsenting the Tcrminix Company f Delaware. Mr. Vignuelle is remera- cred as the gospel singer who as- isted Evangelist Cook in his cam- ign in Denton several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis enter- aired Wednesday to Friday of last veek their daughter, Mrs. Howard Qunintance, and her husband, son nd daughter, of Silver Springs, and heir son, Donald, and his wife and on, of Kaiser. Miss Mary Brumbaugh, of Preston, pent Wodna-day to Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mattie Brumbaugh. Irs. Brumbaugh also entertained her mother, Mrs. Henry E. Sanger, of aston, at dinner on Thanksgiving )ay. Private Howard Perry and George Baynard, of Fort Totten, N. Y., spent hanksgiving, the one with his par- -nts, Mr. and Mrs. John Baynard, nd the other with his grandparents,' ilr. and Mrs. Arthur Scully. Mrs. Carlton Marvel and daughter, Jeverly Ann, and son, Junior, and Mrs. rank Kibler and son, Francis, vis- ted on Thank-giving with Mrs. Marel's mother, Mre. Graham Porter, at Centreville. ' ' The marriage of Miss Virginia Mc- flahan, of Fcdcralsburg, to Mr. Louis ]allahan, of Ea^ton, was celebrated at the Rectory of St. Benedict's Catholic Church, Ridgcly, on Thanksgiv- ng morning. Mr. and Mrs. George McGough and snn, of Wilmington, -wore guests on Thursday of last week of her parents, . and Mrs. Chnrles Hammond. Mrs. lammond returned with thejn for a ·short' visit. Marvel Brother^' new building, at the west end of First street, is tak- ng on a finished appearance and makes a very considerable and handsome addition to our manufacturing section. Miss Mary Adeline Murphy has accepted a position in Swarthmore. Her biother, Clark Murphy, and his wife accompanied her to Swarthmore anil also visited Philadelphia on Tuesday. Misses Ada and Stella Matthews ilnd Miss .Lucile Hammond, of Shenandoah, were in Hilhboro on Tuesday in the interests of "Sec You Later". Mr. Albert White, official weather observer, reports the lowest temperature in the recent cold snap, nine dc grces; depth of the snow, eight inches Miss Thclma Bowman, from thi Normal School at Salisbury, speni the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ed Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilson en tortained on Wednesday and Thurs day of last week their daughter, Eliz abeth, of Newport. The Methodist Church services wer held in the church house last week. HOAiEMAKER CLUBS Writ leu It} Publicity Cb.1'rm.ii) .1111} Hc^ie M. Spsifforj, Hume t)c'tuointrl/iri,HKiiI. The Twentieth Century Club held its regular meeting Wednesday at the liomv of Mrs. Lloyil Brodus. "America the Beautiful" and "Come Ye Thankful People" were sung in unison. Roll call was answered by fifteen members with the topic "What I Have Achieved in 19; J ,8." Throe vi.s- itor.s were al^o present. The minutes of the last meeting were road and approved. The secretary read the club's "By Laws." A report on the iiuilding project was given by Mrs. Fulton Noble, chairman; also the treasurer'.? report wus given. Three letters were read by the secretary. Two of these letters were thanks for baskets of fruit sent to i-ick members. Tuberculosis seals were then sold in the club and a donation was tnkon up to help Miss Spaflford buy library jooks. Mn-. Brodea was appointed by the president to see about chairs for he club house. The club then fillctl out the 1938 report on canning and mprovomcnt of the homo. The penny march was held, after which the club decided to have the Christmas party December 21st, with Mrs. Walston and Mrs. Harding at; hostesses. The president appointed Mrs. Evelyn Hoiden and Mrs. Evelyn Harding on the irogram committee. The meeting al- iournccl to meet Wednesday, Deccm- )cr 14th, with Mrs. Cnlvin Todd. The November meeting of the Ridgcly Homemakcrs Club met at the home of Mrs. Wary Wharton, with fifteen members present. The ^resident, Mrs. Paul Hoffman, presided. The response for the mile of icnnies was very generous. This money is to be ured for library pur- joses. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. 'aul Hoffman, president; Mrs. Chas. Stevenson, vice-president; Mrs. J. B. Jarrell, secretary; Mrs. Walter Bennington, treasurer. The Christmas )arty will bo held in the Ridgely Fire louse on December 14th. A helpful demonstration on economic value of lomemade cosmetics was given by Mrs. Harold Hafcr and Mrs. Chas. Stevenson. The January meeting will c at the home of Mrs. Chas. Stevenson on January 20, 1939. PRECAUTIONS Here arc some precautions advised by the Bureau of Chiltl Hygiene of the Maryland State Department of Icalth for the protection of babies ind young children from colds and heir damaging after effects. "Doctors from nil over the country ·eport a striking increase in the number of common colds occurring in the ;cneral population. This is a danger ignal of great importance. Babies and young infants are particularly susceptible to colds. In this, as in many other instances, prevention is nuch easier than cure. Treatment of olds in babio; and young children is not very satisfactory. Some infants who contract colds early in the year vill be coughing and sneezing all win- er. The danger docs not lie so much n thu cold or running nose itself a; n the complications which come ater. Not only is the child's general csistance lowered but the cold offers .n excellent avenue for more daiigor- us germs to get into the body. "Prevention is not easy but is very much worthwhile. The method to fol- ow is simple but requires diligence and attention to details. In the first ilace, don't take the baby to crowded places. Do not allow neighbors, riends and relations to play with the ·cry young infants. For the older hild, attempt to make the contact a; short as possible and refuse to allow t at all if the visitor is coughing or jncezing.* The germs discharged in oughing or sneezing may be sprayed jut over remarkably long distances o that a person with a cold should not remain in the same room with a »aby. "The same precautions apply to members of the household but, of ouree, it is impossible for the mother o stay away from the baby when she ms a cold. If this happens the moth- should wear a mask whenever she near the baby. An effective mask may be made by binding a square of B 'auze, 3 by 4 inches in i-izc, and ty- ng tapes to the corners. On the front if the mask one should pin a piece jf paper towel. The paper is a better protection than the gauze but must changed when it becomes moist, fhe mask,can be fastened over the nose and mouth by tying the tapa- ichind the head or cars. ,"Bc particularly careful about vashing the hands before handling .he baby, nnd before preparing the jaby's food. Careful observance of all these dct-iib will prevent a great number of colds, much discomfort ind serious illness. Nose drops for .he prevention or treatment of a cold ihould never be used except under a ihysician's directions. "It is very important for the child's general health to be kept up to M ligh a level as possible. The well jaby who is getting enough of the Jght kind of food, plenty of cod liver oil, ,and tomato juice or orange juice, s in a much better position to rcsis: :olds and other infections. "Every well child should.be under the regular supervision of -a doctor. For thasc who can not afford this service the Bureau of Child Hygiene maintains clinics in all of the counties of the State. You can find out about them from your County Health In Meraoriam In loving memory of our dear mother, Martha A. Noble, who departed this life November 29, 193fi. You are not forgotten, Dear Mother, Nor will you ever be, As long ns life nnd memory last We will remember thue. We miss you now, our hearts arc sore, As time goes by we mii=s you more, Your loving smile your gentle face No one can fill your vacant place Some day, some time, in God's own land We shall meet again nnd understand By her daughters, Carrie and Lina HILLSBORD-QUEEM ANNE LETTER N*cv-sy Items from the Twin Towns Along the Tuckahoe TJi:; Community Club will meet Monday night, December 1!), in the cliibroom. This will be the amiu:il Christmas party for the club member,; and their friends. The club members are requested to bring UiL-ir fruit for the Aged Women's Homo to Mrs. Rtnve as soon as pt sible. Mi', and Mrs. Joseph Eaton weiv overnight gucstr, of Mr. and Mr-:. Johns on Saturday. On Sunday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clark, they visited Dr. and Mrs. Depue II. Duffy, in Wa-hington. Mr. Win. Thompson and mother i-pent Thanksgiving Day in Reading, Pa., and while there attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. E. R. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Eaton and son, IJilly Brown, spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wheatlcy, near Wje Mills. Mr. and Mr--. Kemp Stewart and daughter, Sharon, and Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart visited Kennett Square, Pa., last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Russuni, of Baltimore, and Mrs. May Dean were puests of Mr. and Mrs. Cuhall Thanksgiving Day. Miss Nancy Jane Kline and Rlit-.s Frances Strickland, of State Teachers College, spent Thanksgiving with their parents. Mr. Edgar Blades carried a bus load of young people to the movies in Denton Thanksgiving Day in the afternoon. Mr. and MIR. Henry Fisher and daughter, of Red Bank, N. J., are spending some time at their apartment here. The Guild of St. Paul's P. E. Church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Carrie Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kemp were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stewart, of Easton, Monday evening. Mrs. Oscar Clark and Mr. F. E. Jarrell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mi--. Charles Jarrnll Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Mary Rowc was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Downes, at Newark, Del., on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mn=. Francis Beaven and son spent Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. H. Lay Beaven. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Beaven were guests of Mr. Benvcn's mother, Mrs. Florence Beaven, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mcrrick, of Mt Airy, Md., were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Knott. Miss Emily Knotts, of Washington, was the guest of Miss Frances Fisher he first of this week. Rev. A. W. Strickland and family spent several days last week in Wil- ningion. Mr. and BIrs. J. E. Bramble spent Thanksgiving in Baltimore. QUEEN ANNE A very pri/lty wedding was solemn- zed in St. Paul's M. E. Church, Queen Anne, Thanksgiving night at eight 'clock when Miss Emma Elizabeth ilollistcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.CVI Hollister, of Tuckahoe Neck, became the bride of Mr. Elwood Dulin, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Julin, of Cordova. Rev. James York, astor of the church, performed the ceremony before an altar of evergreens ind white candles. The bride was at- ired in a white satin dress and finger tip veil, held in place with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried white bridal roses. She entered the church on the arm of her father, who gave icr away. Miss Sara Hollktcr, sister of the bride, was maid-of-honor. She vore maize chiffon embroidered with iny-bunches of blue flowers and carried bronze chrysanthemums. Mr. Voshell Dulin, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and the ushers were Mr. William Sherwood, of Cordova, and Mr. Charlie Dulin, another rother of the bridegroom. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Elizabeth Lightner, organist of the church. Immediately after the ceremony a number of relatives and 'ricnds gathered at the home of the jride's parents to wish the young couple joy and happiness. The bride's joing away dress was of brown silk crepe, with matching accessories. Due to the unfavorable weather condi- ions Mr. and Mrs. Dulin took only a short wedding trip north. After December the 15th they-will be at home n Tuckahoe Neck. Misses Elizabeth Lynch and Edith Dudley, of State Teachers College, Salisbury; Helen Chaires and Geo. Moore Jr., of Maryland University; Eleanor Flowers, of Strayer's Business College,. Washington; William Chaires, of Washington College, spent the holiday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Barto, of Tn- koma Park, Washington, spent the holidays with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry'Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elcy and daughters spent Sunday in Washington as the guest; of Mrs. Eley's Brother, Mr. Francis Jump. Mr. and Mrs. Rumsey Mullikin and daughter, of Easton, spent the weekend with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Barton. Mrs. S. T. Culver returned to her homo in Hcbrori after spending the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morgan. Master Sonny Gibson spent the holidays in Qucenstown with his aunt, Mrs. Jack Bishop. DA Roblcy Hackctt and son, Thomas, visited their home here during the holidays. MI'S Dorothy Jump was home with her mother, Mrs. Ella Jump, for Thanksgiving. ^ i» THE SWING FOR PENSIONS An okl-ngc pension system looks like n political certainty. Under the present method the Federal contribution for this is $15 a month, which the states must match. This figure Ion the upward grade, and the Town- scnditc varieties of ideas indicate the probability of a much higher "ante" to coax higher wages in saving the old folks. Indications are that Democrats and Republicans will contest for the credit of putting such legislation across. I'RESTON Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Blades were hosts for dinner last FJ iday evening. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Blades, of Preston, and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Tubeiry, of Elkton. Missvs Alva Lee Ilollis arid Josephine Gallagher have returned to Washington College after spending thin Thanksgiving holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Chambers entertained the · Saturday night club Iai=t week. Their guests of honor were Sen. and Mrs. O. R. Hijrgins, of Hurlock. Mr. P re.-ton Osteen, who has a position with O'Neill and Co., in Baltimore, visited his mother over the Thanksgiving holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ayton, Miss Sara Smith and Mr. Donald Evving, of Wilmington, visited Mrs. Sal a Smith last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Derrickson were Thanksgiving jjuests of Mrs. Derrick- son'u? father nnd mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cannon. Mn=. Preston Osteen and David Osteen were guests of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Orrell, in Centreville, for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. James Carmine, of Chicago; III., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ilollis for a few days this week. Little Miss Maryljn Noble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Noble, is recovering from a tonsil operation. Mrs. Harry Hollis was hostess to the Monday Bridge Club this week. Mrs. LOG Noble won the prize. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Donoho had as their guests this week Mr. Lee Bradley, from Chester, Pa. Mrs. Fred Brady, from Panama, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burton Proctor Jr. BURRSVILLE Mr. and Mrs. John Thawley entertained the Epworth League of Wesley Church at their home on Friday evening, November 18th. After the business transactions, a program of readings, recitation;, a solo, and songs was given. Mrs. Thawley was assisted in entertaining by her daughters, Mrs. Henry Stafford and Mrs, Fred LewL-. The December meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Anstine Stafford and Mrs. Henry Stafford were among the invited guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stafford at their home in Easton on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith spent the Thanksgiving holidays with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Ash, in Dover. Mr. Dean Fountain, of Chester, spent part of the Thanksgiving holidays with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Fountain. Mr. R. H. Thawley spent Thanks- iving Day with his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thawley, in Denton. Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Willis spent Thanksgiving Day with their daugh- :er, in Georgetown, Del. Mrs. Harriett Billing?, of Hobbs, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. L. Blades. Mr. Charles Harvey is visiting relatives in Philadelphia. m ·» ^ ADAMS CROSS ROADS Mr. and Mre. John Adams entertained at a duck dinner on Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Adams and Miss Minnie Adams. Miss Altha Adams and Charles Doyle, of Wilmington, called on them later in the evening. Messrs. Herman Fountain and Charles Fountain, of Pennsylvania, spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Fountain. Miss Virginia Horsey, of Goldey's College, in Wilmington, spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Elon Wright and family spent Saturday evening with Mr. Ind Mrs. F. W. Fountain and family. Miss Minnie Adams, of Wilmington, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fountain and ;on spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lecser entertained their relatives, of Pennsylvania, over the week-end. Mrs. Thurman Fountain spent the first part of the week with relatives in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Edna Adams spent Saturday with C. W. Adams and family. Mrs. Edna Adams entertained at ;ca Friday afternoon. BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS Prompt returns for the tuberculosis Christmas Seals were asked by the Maryland Tuberculosis Association as the thirty-second annual rfale of these Seals got underway last Thanksgiving Day in an attempt to provide the necessary ammunition Tor another year-round anti-tuberculosis program in Maryland. "If all who received Seals in the mail will pay for them promptly and then use the Seals, they will be doing jxtra service in the campaign," William B. Matthews, mana'ging director of the Maryland Tuberculosis Asso- 'iution said. "Prompt returns arc most heartening in the Seal sale--especially to the chairmen of the local associations," he continued. "Early payment for Seals saves time, energy and money and we hope the people of the counties will continue to respond promptly they have always done. Just how far the Christmas Seal candle will be able to spread its light depends on how many Seals all .of us buy. and use on our holiday mail." In Maryland the Christmas Seals make possible such activities as: the Miracle House, diagnostic clinics, medical research, health education, X-raying and tuberculin testing. A teaching clinic in tuberculosis diagnosis is also maintained for colored physicians. The association is also instrumental in organizing and advising local associations in many of the counties. Subscribe for the Journal and get all the county news. GREENSBORO AND ITS ENVIRONS Newsy Items Concerning Second DI» trkt People and Matten William B. Massey, aged 70 years, :i life-long resident of this community, passed away Saturday evening at G o'clock, following a long' illness of complications. He was the son of the late James and Sarah Masscy, of Greensboro. When a very young man he served six years in the United States Navy. Mr. Massey was appointed postmaster here in 1897 and served until 1914. During the Harding administration he was appointed assistant postmaster and served ten years. During his first year as postmaster, 1897, Mr. Massey married Mis Hattic Atkinson, of Caroline county. He was a member of two · lodges, the Jr. O. U. A. M. and the Improved Order of Red Men. He fc survived by his widow and one half- brother, J. Allen Massey, of Baltimore. Funeral services were held at his late home on Railroad avenue at 11 o'clock Wednesday morning, Rev. Tilghman Smith, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment was made in Greensboro cemetery. Members of Rancocua Tribe, Improved Order Red Men, acted as pall-bearers. Students who spent the holidays at their respective homes were: Carlton Porter, Robert Wright, Misses Hateva and Grayson Smith, of Maryland University; Misses Eleanor Goldsborough, Marcella Smith, of State Teachers College, Salisbury; Miss Alfreda Blackburn and Betty Wyatt, of Goldcy's College. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jones and daughter, Louise, of Henderson; Mrs. Albert Biger and son, Billie, of Smyrna, spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr and Mrs. W. Thomas Thornton. Mrs. Biger and son remained over the week-end and visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wheatman, near Den ton. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Passwaters and son, Billie; Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Turner and son, Gene; Mrs. Annie Edwards and daughter, Mbs Maude, and Woodrow Passwaters were entertained on Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hurd, near Mt. Olive. William Briggs, of John Hokins University, Baltimore, spent the holidays with Edward Vandegrift. Edward, who is a student at Maryland University, College Park, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Vandegrift. Mrs. G. A. Gale, proprietress of the Marguerite Hat Shop, fell down the stairs at her home last Friday evening, breaking her right forearm and receiving bruises about the body. At this time she is doing as well as can be expected. Mrs.- Addic Jewell, of Glenolden, Pa., spent the latter part of the week ,vith her sister, Mrs. Harry Draper. She accompanied her brother, Rev. Edgar Shockley, to his home at Bruington, Va., for a month, Mrs. Earl McClymcnts is a patient in the Emergency Hospital, Easton, where she was taken Tuesday evening and operated upon Wednesday morning for appendicitis. Mrs. J. H. Jordan, Miss Anna Wienekc, Miss Gladys Coulling and mother, of Baltimore, spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wieneke. Messrs. A. W. Mattox, C. H. Peters, of Baltimore, and J. B. Oldfield, of Washington, attended the funeral · of W. B. Massey on Wednesday. v Mr. and Mrs. Frank Usilton and son, Frankie, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bo~:tic, in Chester, Pa. Mrs. Wilbur Carroll, Mre. Edward Hollingsworth and little , son are- spending the week with their parents, in Harrisburg, Pa, Misses Evelyn and Isabel Usilton pent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Maralyn and Gcnevieve Jones, at Linwood, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John Richard and children, of Henderson, were guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. James Pinder. Rev. and Mrs. Tilghman Smith and Mrs. Ethel Pritchett were dinner guests on Thanksgiving Day of Mrs. Will Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stewart and daughter, of Easton, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. N. K. Swan wick and Family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bostic, of Chester, Pa., spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. William Sipple and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Foltz and children, of Linwood, Pa., spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. David Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips, at Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Curry, of Bridgcville, Del., were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Dabaon. Miss Dorothy Swann, of Wilmington, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Georgia Swahn. Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Wilson, of Wilmington, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ash. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dill, of Magnolia, Del., were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. George Schreiber and daughter, Elsie, are visiting relatives in New York City. Mrs. Nellie Lingo, of Seaford, Del., spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Clara Harper. Miss Josephine Bastian left this week to accept a position in New York City. Miss Clara Seward is spending this, week with Mrs. Frank Hartnett, in Dover. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradford left this week to spend the winter in Florida. The Christmas lights have been installed and turned on this week. Mrs. Ethel Pritchett is spending several days in Philadelphia. Commissions for County Officers were received at the Court House this week from the Secretary ol Statf. Wayne A. Cawley, Clerk of the Circut Court, was sworn in and In turn will swear the other county officers in as their commissions arrive or their term of office begins. Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it.--Psa. 9:27. MEWSPAPEJRl

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