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Page 5 Saturday Morning. December 31, 1938 of fl«W$ iron) AH PfcrtJ of ttor County Solicit** Unl*r this The Local Department DASHES HERE AND THERE Happy New Year! For Rent--5-room house, corner Franklin and 1st sts. Modern equipment, garage.--Mrs. Wm. D. Taylor, Denton. Nelson H. FriU, District Forester, of Salisbury, will give a talk to the Denton Volunteer Fire Co. on Friday evening, January G. Congratulations to Mildred Wright, of Federalsburg, who won the bicycle given away Christmas Eve by Fox's 5 cent to $1.00 Store in Denton. Mrs. Nellie M. Dragoo, of Ridgely, requests prompt settlement of indebtedness to her late husband for Rawleigh Products. See notice on page 6. The Commissioners of Denton announce an additional collection service. Beginning January G, trash will be hauled away from residences-not business places--weekly on Friday. People are requested to avoid an overload the first week and to rid themselves gradually of accumulations. The regular collection of garbage on Mondays and Thursdays will continue as usual. Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Clark Parks, 81 years old, widow of George H. Parks, a painter of Easton, were held here Sunday afternoon at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Temple. Burial was in Denton cemetery. Mrs. Parks who died Friday of last week was a member of the Denton M. P. Church. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Temple, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mark Smith and Mrs. Lemuel Clough, both of Denton. Mr. John F. Christopher, a well known retired farmer of lower Caroline county, died at his home in Harmony early Tuesday morning in his seventy-ninth year. Mr. Christophei- had many loyal friends in his community who will miss his pleasant disposition. His wife died in 1931 and from this union there are three children surviving: Mr. Alonzo P. Christopher, of Berlin, Md.; Andrew F. Christopher, of Hurlock, Md., and Mrs. Nora C. Deen, who resided with her father. Funeral cervices were held at his late home in Harmony Thursday afternoon at one-thirty o'clock, with the Rev. F. Douglas Milbury, cf Federalsburg, officiating. Interment was in Hillcrest cemetery in Federalsburg. The Rev. W. J. Duhadway, 88, retired Methodist minister, died suddenly Thursday at his home at Bridgeville. The Rev. Mr. Duhadway was born and reared near Preston, Caroline county, Maryland. He served thirty-four years in the Wilmington Methodist Episcopal Conference before being transferred to the Northeast Ohio Methodist Episcopal Conference, where he served twenty years. His last charge in the Wilmington Conference was at Fairmount, Md. Since retiring from active ministerial duty fourteen years ago he had lived at Bridgeville. Two children, Louis Duhadway, and Miss Eve Duhadway, Cleveland, survive him. His wife, the former Harriett Corkran, of Preston, died in 1931. A demurrer to a suit which peeks an injunction against the use of the town square as the site of a new post- office was filed last Saturday in the Circuit Court. Attorney W. Brewster Deen, counsel for the County Commissioners, alleged in his demurrer the complaint had no legal basis since the sale of the small plot was approved by the commissioners. A petition asking that the case be set for hearing was filed by attorneys for the eight taxpayers before Judge Thomas J. Keating. The commissioners had been given until December 24 to show cause why the enjoining order should not be granted. The plaintiffs alleged in their suit that the commissioners had no authority to dispose of county property without legislative enactment and that they exceeded their authority in granting the Government a forty-four foot strip of the square. Sheriff William E. Andrew said Tuesday he had obtained a confession from Betteran Scott, 26, Dover, Del., that he and a companion participated in a chicken robbery during which Thomas J. Todd, 70, near Federalsburg, was severely beaten. Todd, a former director of the National Bank of Federalsburg, still bedridden after the beating two weeks ago, was unable to identify Scott or Elwood Willin, Federalsburg. Todd said he was unable to distinguish their faces when assaulted. The Sheriff said Scott admitted participating in the attempted theft, but he blamed Willin, who is being held in Federalsburg for beating Todd when the aged farmer went to investigate. The two were arrested by State police who traced markings on the tires of their automobile. Scott is also charged with stealing an automobile hydraulic jack. Dr. Joseph Roop Smith, of Marydel, 73 years old, state representative-elect from the Fourth Representative District of Kent county, Delaware, died Saturday in the Kent General Hospital, Dover. He was stricken with a heart ailment December 14 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS Interesting Items Abont Yourself And Your Friends Mr. and Mrs. Norman Milligan, of Willianteburg, Md., entertained at their home at a turkey dinner on December 26 and had as guests the following: Mrs. Anna Seeders, of Denton; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Seeders and son, Rowland, of East New Market; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howard, of Federalsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Love and eon, Edwin, of Denton; Mr. and Mrs. Preston Spicher and son, Douglas, of Greensboro; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Milligan and son, Melvin, and daughter, Marjory, of Elwood. After a wonderful dinner and a pleasant day of visiting all returned to their homes wishing them a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. Mrs. Mary Richards announces the marriage of her daughter, Evelyn Elizabeth, to Mr. Lee H. Price, sor. of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Price, of Choptank. The ceremony was performed Saturday evening, December 24, at Grove M. P. parsonage by Rev. Marks. The bride was attired in a tailored «5uit of navy blue, with accessories to match. The groom wore a suit of Oxford gray. The bride is a graduate of Preston High School, class of '37, and is employed by the Excelsior Pearl Works, and the groom is employed by Preston Trucking Company. The happy couple will make their home in Preston. Miss Elizabeth Satterfield, of Wilmington, spent the Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Rolard Satterfield, in West Denton. On Monday she entertained at a turkey dinner Miss Dorothy Webster, of Federalsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ward, of Denton, and Mr. Theodore Schmick, of Precton. Miss May Fullerton, of Oklahoma, was a guest this week at the home of Mrs. Lillie D. Liden, Miss Fullerton is associate professor of Philosophy and Psychology at the State College for Women at Chickasha. She came East to spend the Christmas recess with friends in Denton and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs Aldridge Pepper and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson spent Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, at Felton, while their mother, Mrs. Everett Pepper, was the guest of her sister-in- law, Mrs. Poole, at Henderson. Mrs. G. S. Roe entertained over the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Pepper and children, Mildred and Joyce, of Whitford, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hill, of Ridley Park, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Gootee S. Roe and Mr. Frank Porter, of Chester, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mitchell, of Pittsburgh; Mr. land Md:s. Thomas Everngam and little daughter and Mr. Gregg Evemgam, of Washington, were Christmas visitors at the Thomas Everngam home near Concord. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Atkinson, of Memphis, Tennessee, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Atkinson, on Riverton avenue. Their son, Mr. Harry Dale Atkinson, of Baltimore, is also their guest. Miss Julia Wilson, of Washington, wlio is spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Geo. H. Wilson, had as her guests this week Miss Margaret Elms, of Kensington, and Miss Louise Whitney, of Silver Spring, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Bradley entertained on Christmas Day Mr. anl Mrs. Herbert Lane and son, Harper, of Ridgely; Mr. Calvin Bradley, of Allentown, Pa., and Mies Emma Meekins, of Cambridge. Holiday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilcox included their son, Austin Wilcox, and family, of West Point, Pa., and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seher, of Lansdale, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilcox, who devote much time and attention to gladiolus gardens, at their home near Denton, will mark their fifty-third wedding anniversary next Thursday, January 5th. The Reverend and Mrs. John White will hold their usual New Year's reception for parishonera and all other friends on Monday evening, Januaiy 2nd, from seven to ten, at the rectory in Denton. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Neal entertained their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irving D. Lyons, and friend, Mr. John Sharp, from Easton, on Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Willey, of Hobbs, are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. Reyner Dukes, of Roland Park, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrf. Philip Nuttle, of Montclair, N. J., will spend the New Year holiday with Mr. Nuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. R. Nuttie. PERSONAL MENTION Denton Community Club will have a program of music at the next regular meeting, on Friday afternoon, January Gth, to which the public is invited. Mrs. Ruth Reynolds ha* charge of the program. Several musicians from Laurel, Del. will participate. The public is invited to attend. The last meeting for 1938 was a Christmas party, held December 16, under the direction of Miss Anna Voss, assisted by Mrs. Theodore Orme, Mrs. A. T. Reichman, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, and Mrs. Russum Orme. Christmas music and the exchange of presents gave ze-t to the Christmas spirit in making plans for dispensing Christmas cheer in the community. Prizes were awarded last Monday evening for the best decorated homes in Denton. First prize of $10.00 went to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fluharty, second prize of a beautiful floor lamp was taken by Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Johnson, and third prize of $5.00 by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fisher. The committee wishes to thank all who cooperated in this effort to make Denton more attractive during the Christmas season. The decisions were difficult to make and caused quite a good deal of discussion among the judges, who were ladies from out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright, of Denton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mias Evelyn Louise Wright, to Mr. M. Vincent Love, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Love, of Denton, Md. The wedding date has not been set. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Love spent Sunday in Newport, Del., with Mrs. Love's father, Mr. Fletcher Walls, and his sister, Mrs. John Berry, with whom he is spending the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Merriken, of Washington, and Mr. Thomar, M. Todd, of Andersontown, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sparklin on Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Henry and daughter, Elsie, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sewell spent the Christmas holidays with friends and relatives in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. R. Harrison Bryant, of Petersburg, Virginia, visited Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sparklin, during the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Luttrcl and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hignutt and son, Raymond, of Chester, Pa., spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright. Miss Julia Wilson and Miss Elinor Wilson and Mr. George Herbert Wilson, of Washington, were home to spend Christmas with Mrs. G. H. Wilson. Mr. Forman Henry was a week-end visitor in Philadelphia. He carried with him Messrs. Harry Murphy, Bill Fountain and Robert Pippin. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carroll and granddaughter, Betty, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ivins, of near Harmony, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Horsey, of Wilmington, spent Christmas with Mr. Horsey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hayward S. Horsey. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nuttle, of Baltimore, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Funk and Mr. S. G. Nuttle over the holidays. Mrs. Edna Browncll and little daughter, of Canada, are (spending the winter with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Crane. Miss Lavinia Bye, of Wilmington, was the guest of Miss Sue Bye and Mr. S. G. Bye over the week-end. Miss Mildred Woodrow, of Centreville, visited Miss Evelyn Wright during the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Cooley, of Winchester, Va., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Voss. Mr. John W. Lord and Miss Lillian Smith, of Perryville, visited Mrs. Mary A. Lord on Wednesday. Mrs. Ann Dukes and Mr. Alphonso Meredith were week-end gueuts of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rice. Miss Mildred Downes, of Baltimore, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Downes. Mr. Fletcher Wright, of Wilmington, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nuttle. Miss Alice Ross, of Washington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ross last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murphy have announced the birth of a son, on December 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rice entertained their children at a Chris'tmas dinner last Sunday. Mrs. 0. M. Hignutt is spending a few days with her brother in Claymont, Del. Miss Margaret Jean Lane spent a few days this week with Miss Adonia Bradley. The Ladies Aid of Denton M. E. Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Annie Everngam on Wednesday afternoon, January 4th, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens Hetzer and son, Kemp, of Baltimore, have taken a house in Orlando, Florida, where they will make their home. The Public Health board will meet at the home of Miss Mattie Smith, on Market street, on Tuesday afternoon, January 3rd, at 2 o'clock. Mr. Eugene G. Anderson has returned to Washington after spending Christmas at the home of his mother, Mrs. Wm. H. Anderson. The Good Cheer Bible Class will meet at the home of Mrs. Walter Sparklin on Thursday evening, Jan- Later bronchial pneumonia developed, uary 5th, at 8 o'clock. hastening the end. Dr. Smith had been a physician in Marydel for 30 yeara and prior to that lived near State Road, New Castle county, Del. Active in politics for many years, he held only one public office other than the legislative post to which he was elected in November. He served as a member of the State Board of Supplies from 1924-28 under former Gov. Robert P. Robinson. Dr. Smith was a brother of the late Dr. Frank Roop Smith. He was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He was a memmber of the Masonic Fraternity and of Marydel M. E. Church. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Hyland P. George, of Dover, and Mrs. Edward Drummond, of Philadelphia, and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the home in Marydel Tuesday at 1 p. m. Interment was in Wilmington Brandywine cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, of Felton, visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mra^Aldridge Pepper, on Tuesday. Miss Charlotte Hignutt returned from Baltimore this week after undergoing another slight operation on one of her eyes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson and Mrs. Everett Pepper were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Pepper on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nuttle, of Federabburg, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nuttle on Christmas Eve. Mrs. Wm. E. Reese and Mrs. Everett Collins, of Philadelphia, spent Thursday with Mrs. George H. Wil- CHURCH NOTICES The regular schedule of services in the Denton-M. E. Church will be resumed this Sunday, January 1, the pastor preaching both morning and evening. Sunday School will convene at 9:45 a. m. and the Epworth League at 6:45 p. m. The Week of Prayer will be observed this year from January 8 to 15, inclusive, with guest speakers each evening. Denton M. P. Church--For the regular morning service tomorrow, Communion Sunday, the pastor will take for the sermon subject "The Christian and the Lord's Supper"; for the evening service, "The Ministry of The Messiah". The Bible portrait sketch for Christian Endeavor will be Mary, the Mother of Jesus. Afternoon worship will be held at the Williaton Community Church at 2:30 p. m. Sunday School will be held at 1:30 p. m. Divine worship will be held at the Church of the New Jerusalem, Preston, on Sunday, January 1, 1939, nt 11 a. m. Subject for the hour, "Jesus Preaching in Gallilec." Masses on Sunday, New Year's Day, in the Catholic churches of Denton and Ridgely will be aa follows: In St. Elizabeth's Church, Denton, 10 o'clock; in St. Benedict's Church, Ridgely, 8:30 o'clock. Confessions will WEEKLY RIDGELY NEWS LETTER Items of Special Interest to Residents of the Seventh District The marriage of Miss Catherine Elizabeth Klotz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Klotz, to Mr. Wilson Lveter, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lyster, was celebrated at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Wilson C. Moore, in Dover, at half past twelve, Wednesday. The bridesmaid was Miss Catherine Elizabeth Crumbiiker, of Boothwyn, Pa., and the best man, Mr. Alun Dvagoo, of Ridgely. Both bride and bridesmaid wore teal blue with corsages of white carnations with silver ribbon, and with black gloves and shoes. Groom and groomsnwn wore dark blue t-erge, with white boutonnieres. Those present were near relatives of the contracting parties and Mrs. Dragoo. The minister was an old friend of both families. He had stood godfather to the groom and christened the bride. A wedding breakfast had been served by the parents of the bride at their home east of town. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Lyster left for Baltimore, Washington, and Virginia. They will be at home after the first of tho year, north cf town. Twenty-four of the Older Youth group held a recreational meeting at our Center on Tuesday night. Delegates to the State meeting to be held in Baltimore on January 11 were chosen as follows: Mr. Earl Hutchinson (president), Mr. Gnrman Riggins, Miss Janette Stevenson, and Miss Sara Hollister. Alternates are Mr. George Clcndaniel and Mrs. Earl Hutchinson. The group will meet in January, on the 18th, at the home of the president, at which time thorn will be a debate on "Resolved that girls should make the dates." Mr. and Mrs. Fred Friedel entertained last week Mr. and Mrs. William Moore, of Marcus Hook; on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Porter, of Harrington; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Temple, of Ridgely, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Friedel, of Claymont, Del., and Monday to Wednesday Rev. and Mrs. Oliver James Friedel, of Spring City, Pa. Rev. Oliver Friedel on Tuesday evening officiated at the christening of his niece, Catherine Jnne Temple. Mrs. Maude Hemmons entertained on Christmas Day her son, Paul, from Baltimore, and his wife and wife's father, Mr. Herbert Moore, of Centre- villc;also Mrs. Hemmons' sister, Mrs. B. M. Yorkdale, of Arlington. Mrs. Hemmons and her sister and their mother, Mrs. Caroline Mancha, spent Christmas night with Mrs. Mnnchaj mother, Mrs. Nina Muller, in Easton. The Community Club will meet next Monday afternoon with the program in charge of the committee on Citizenship and International Rela- lations, of which Miss Margaret Swing is chairman. The principle item of the program will be an address by Rev. L. S. Matthews, discussing "World Police for World Peace". Topic for roll call, "My Hero". Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klotz entertained at a turkey dinner on Christmas their daughter, Mrs. James Wilson, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Woods and daughter, Betty Anne, of Elsmerc, and 'Mr. Foster Clayton, of Osterburg, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klotz and daughter, Elizabeth, and Mr. Wilson Lyster, of Ridgely. Children of the pre-schoo] group and their mothers and friends enjoyed a Christmas party at the Recreation Center on Friday morning. A short program of Christmas carols followed a period of happy play, and then gifts were distributed. Each child gave her mother a gift of handwork, and each child received a gift from another child. The midnight mass at our Catholic Church on Saturday night was a won- dcrfully beautiful service. Rev. Francis Hensel, who had been ill, was able to attend and preached a short but beautiful and appropriate Christmas sermon. The Communion was administered by Father Wetzel, of Wilmington. The church was crowded. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lane entertained on Sunday her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Haymaker, and sister, Mrs. J. E. Anthony, and sons, Elmer and Haymaker, and on Monday her brother, Mr. Joseph Haymaker and wife and mother, of Centreville, and Tuesday his cousin, Mr. Thomas McCloud, and wife, of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pearsaul recently entertained their sons, Edward and Swing, and their daughter, Ella, and her husband, Mr. Larry Abbott, and Edward Junior's wife, all of Upper Darby, Pa. Mr. Pearsaul has gone back with them to take treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Gannon entertained on Christmas their son, Mr. Conley Gannon, and daughters), Betty and Dottie, and son, John, of Centreville, and Mr. Harrison Gannon and -wife and daughters, Nonna and Catherine, of Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Honey, of Philadelphia, i=pcnt Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Mary Wharton, and on Monday Mrs. Wharton and daughter, Mrs. Clark Murphy, and her hus- OFFICIALS OF N I N E COUNTIES DISCUSS RELIEF, ROADS ON SHORE AT CAMBRIDGE SESSION County Commissioners from nine Eastern Shore counties were unable to reach a uniform decision on relief and roads Thursday. Meeting at a special session of the Eastern Shore Commissioners Association designed to present a common front for legislative demands, the commissioners found they were equally divided on the question of return of county roads maintenance to local jurisdiction, and undecided on how to finance relief. HIIW They Voleil Commissioners from Cecil, Queen Anne's , Talbot and Caroline voted in favor of securing jurisdiction of roads from the State. Kent, Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico voted against return. Dorchester County Commissioners declined to commit themselves but asked time to' study the cost of "setting up machinery in the county to maintain and operate a road^ department." More than fifty commissioners, many of them newly elected, their attorneys and legislators crowded the courtroom for the all-day session over which presided Charles R. Parker, of Salisbury, the president. They voted to appoint a committee from each county to work with the Eastern Shore legislators in obtaining an adequate relief, program.' Relief Problem The concensus on relief was sought from the court stenographer after several county representatives had spoken. "I can't say that anything has been decided," she told John A. Baker, founder of the association. Failure of State relief taxes to provide adequate revenue caused the State to halt distribution of funds to the counties for direct relief last summer, thereby throwing the full burden of caring for unemployables onto the counties. Bitter protests against this arrangement were voiced by several speakers but none offered a solution. State Senator Dudley Roc said he thought the unemploment tax unsound and reported several business firms had cither disbanded or changed ownership to avoid payment. Before adjournment the association members were invited to Elkton for a meeting April 17. RIDGELY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flounders visited their daughter, Mrs. William Ricck, of Preston, on Sunday. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Rieck and son, Billy, and daughter, Betty, visited here. son. Miss Mary Pancoast, of Franklin, N. J., was a Christmas guest of Miss Edna Hobbs and sisters. be heard in St. Benedict's Church on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock and on Sunday morning, at 7:45. Sericea Lespcdeza seed for sale.-A. P. Martin, Denton, Md. band returned with them for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flounders entertained at dinner on Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. William Longendyke and Mr. and Mrs. Theron Stewart, of Seoford, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Timmons, of Whaleyville. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Guthrie entertained on Sunday his mother, Mrs. E. W. Guthrie, and on Monday Mrs. Addie Arthurs and daughter, Mrs. Agnes Crossley, and granddaughter, Miss Caroline Crosslcy, all from Kenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seward entertained over the week-end their daughters, Mrs. Ella Carlisle, and daughter, Ruth, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Peter Hoffman, and her husband, of Norristown. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cahall and son, Wilson, bnd daughter, Josephine, and sister, Miss Alice Wilson, visited Saturday to Monday with their daughter, sister and niece, Mrs. Edmund Pendlcton, and family, at York. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Booker, of Chambersburg, Pa., visited his mother, Mrs. Kate Booker, Sunday to Wednesday. They spent part of Monday with his uncle, Mr. Robert Dean, and wife. Mr. and Mns. Walter Bennington and son, Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle- Bennington visited their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Alice Bennington, at Chincotcugue on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klotz entertained on Sunday his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klotz, and his sister, Mrs. James Wilson, and family and a friend, from Elsmere, Del. Mrs. Walter Mitchell and daughter, Joanne, and eon, Jimmic, were dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wright, and family, near Chestertown, on Sunday. Miss Beatrice Bower entertained over the week-end Miss Naomi Jensen, of Easton. On Sunday she entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Lyons, also of Easton. Miss Lola Temple, of Baltimore, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Temple, of Easton, were also there on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scully are entertaining their grandson, Mr. Howard Perry, of the United States Army, at Fort Totten, New York. Mr. Lawrence Wilson is making steady though slow progress toward recovery. He was permitted to come down stairs on Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. John Altfather celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding, at the Reformed Church on Monday evening. Children of the primary department of the Methodist Sunday School rendered a very delightful little program on Sunday evening. Miss Thelma Bowman, from the Normal School at Salisbury, is spend? ing vacation with her parents, Mr. and MIB. Ed. Bowman. Misses Mabel and Viola Jones, of Price, were here for the Sunday evening Christmas program by the primary Sunday School. Miss Gabrielle Saulsbury, of Western Maryland College, is spending vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Saulsbury, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper and daughter, Dorothy, and Mr. Charles Scully, of Lennox Park, visited in town on Monday. First prize for best Christmas decoration^ was awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Ord Rairigh; second to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcssick. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinson are entertaining their daughters, Miss Mary, and Mrs. Redmond Long, from Swarthmore. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Delnney, of Philadelphia, were recent guests at the home of her brother, Mr. Edward McPherson. HILLSBORO-QUEEN ANNE LETTER Newsy Items from the Twin Towns Along the Tuckahoe Miss Nancy June Kline entertained at luncheon on Monday evening Messrs*. Fedon Miles, Elenry Lewi-, Paul Brulicl, Bill Grettsinger, George Blovins, Howard Jester; Misses Elizabeth Eiinis, Catherine AnLliony, Myrtlt- Lewis, Peggy Bryant, Hazel Jester iitul Grace Powell. LaU'r they all attended tlie alumnae dancij at the Centreville armory. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clarke entertained at dinner on Monday Mrs. H. M. Thump-on, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Flowers and children, Mr. Harry Flowers, Mrs. "Susie Thompson and son, Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beaucliamp, of American Corner; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lockcrman and little son, of Denton, wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milfurd Kline during the holidays. Mr=. H. K* Covell had as her guests during the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Avcry Storey and son, Bobbie, of Crumpton, and Mrs. Olin Hunter and children, of Centruvillc. Mrs. Mary R. Knott, Mr. and Mrs. Malory \Vin-tead and little son and Mrs. Alice Scully, of Ridgoly, were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Knott. Mr. arid Miv. Edgar Blades had as their dinner guests on Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Brown Thawloy, of Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Thawley, of Burrsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Finder and little daughter, Barbara Ann, of New Jersey, spent the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dadds. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher and little daughter, of Red Bank, N. J., arc spending the holidays at their apartment here. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Thomas, of Chester, Md., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dadds on Christmas Day. Mrs. Wm. Jones Sr. and daughters, of Rock Hall, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jones Jr. on Christmas Day. Mr. and- Mrs. J. L. Knott and children, of Roanokc, Va., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Knott on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Beaven and little son, of Pocomoke City, are guests of Mr. and Mns. H. Lay Beaven. Miss Frances Fisher, of Willow Grove, Pa., is spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. H. S. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gale, of Wilmington, spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gale. Master Billy Simpson, of Trappe, is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kemp. Mrs. Susie Thompson and son, Bill, visited with relatives at Chcswold, Del., on Christmas Day. Miss Catherine Skinner, of Baltimore, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ethel Skinner. Misses Hazel and Mary Dyott, of Easton, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Harry Kemp. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Baker entertained at a family dinner on Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kemp spent Christmas Day at Trappe. PRESTON Among the students who spent the holidays with their parents are Misses Beatrice Todd, Betty Taylor, Elinor Taylor, of State Teacher's College; Dorothy Turner, of St. Mary's; Misses Alva Lee Hollis, Josephine Gallagher, of Washington College; Miss Rebecca Blades, of Beacom College; Toddy Fletcher, of Western Maryland. Several auto accidents occurred Saturday and Sunday in and around our little town. One of the worst occurred at Tanyanl. Mr. and Mis. Har- k'y Watkins and a young girl with them were rather t-eriously hurt, suffering from broken legs, nose bruises and lacerations and knocking out several teeth of one of the occupants of the ear. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Towers, of near town; Mr. Francis Holsinger, of town, and Misn Lankford, of Hurlock, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Taylor and daughter on Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Louis, Miss Thelma Mae DeFord, of New York City; Miss Estelle DeFord and Mr. Smith Beck were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Taylor. GREENSBORO AND ITS ENVIRONS Newsy Items Concerning Second District People and Matters The GreensblJro Lions Club met at the Riven-ide Hotel on Tuesday evening with a very good attendance. They had as guests Dr. Fred Dove and son, of Bridgewater, Va., and Mr. Norman Rairigh and son, of Denton. Dr. Dove gave a short but very inspiring talk on Community Service. Lion Linwood 0. Jarrcll gave a description of his recent trip to New Orleans, which was enjoyed by everyone. As this was the last meeting of the year, President King Lion Duffcy, asked that the club make the coming year of 1939 a year of increased activities and broader community service. Certainly as we look back upon the things accomplished since the club was formed during the month of April, we have much to be proud of, but there are still many things which can be done to help our town and community. On Tuesday night Magistrate J. Spencer Lapham, at Goldsboro, tried two men and sentenced both to the Maryland House of Correction. Carl Ha-tings, of Marydel, was charged with drunkenness, disorderly con- Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Taylor and duct and generally disturbing public Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutter, of Queen Anne, spent Monday with her brother, Mr. Leonard Dean, and fam- QUEEN ANNE The Christmas party of the Queen Anne Community Club was held on Tuesday evening of last week, with the Hillsboro Community Club as guests. After a very brief business session a program was presented, after which refreshments of ice cream and cake were served by the Executive Committee. The program was: Address of Welcome, by the president, Mrs. Lightner; a reading on the same subject by Mrs. Byron Barton; solo, "The Little Road Through Naz- arefh", Miss Violet Gibson; a Christmas Story, Mrs. Lightner; reading, "Mr. Buzby Carves the Turkey", Mrs. Horace Morgan; playlet, "The Lapse of Time", Mrs. Byron Barton, Mrs. Calvin Anderson and Mrs. Harry Gibson; Christmas stories by Mies Clara Price and Mrs. M. S. Cooper, of the faculty of Tri-County high school, interspersed with the singing of'Christmas carols by the gathering. Gifts were distributed to all visitors by Santa Glaus in full regalia, impersonated by Mrs. Byron Barton. Members and visitors voted the party a great success. The slate for next year's officers was presented at the beginning of the evening: President, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Lightner; vice- president, Mrs. Bernard Sparks; treasurer, Mrs. Marion Covey; secretary, Mrs. Oscar Briscoc. Revival services will begin at Hillsboro M. E. Church on next Sunday evening. In the morning the Holy Communion will be celebrated, and revival services will begin at the evening service. Rev. A. W. Strickland will be the speaker, and special music will be furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaskie, of Baltimore, singing and playing evangelists. The services will continue for two weeks, and the Knskies will remain here through that time, up to and including Sunday evening, January 15. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Grouse, of Denton; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cahall and daughter, Mae, of Hillsboro; Mrs. Harris Legg and Mrs. May Dean, of Miss Mary Murphy, of Swarthmore, is spending the vacation with her mother, Mrs. John Murphy. Miss Ohvyn Winstead will go to Swarthmore and take the position vacated by Miss Elizabeth Klotz. Miss Miriam Holsingcr has been visiting in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mobile, Alabama. Mr. I. T. Saulsbury spent Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. Draper, at Booncsboro, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Garey Callahan have been entertaining their son, Marion, of Baltimore. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet on Friday of next week at the parsonage. Miss Grace Vernon Smith spent Christmas with her aunt, in Euston. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Holsinger spent last week in Wilmington. Miss Nettie Arnold is on the sick list. ·_ Subscribe for the Journal and get ·I] the county newt. Queen Anne, were dinner guc-ts on Christmas Day of Mr. and Mrs. Russom Legg, of Stevensville. Mrs. Harris Legg, of Stevensville, returned with Mr. and Mrs. Grouse, and will spend the winter with Mrs. Dean. Other guests at the Christmas dinner party were Misses Katherine Legg and Thelma Chew, of Wilmington. The Sunday "School Christmas program and treat for the pupils at St. Paul's M. E. Church, South, Queen Anne, was held on Friday evening. The little ones acquitted themselves with credit as always. Hillsboro M. E. Church held its Christmas program and treat on Monday evening. The program consisted of songs, recitations and Christmas stories. Relatives from this town attended the burial services for Mr. Howard Anderson, of Towson, Baltimore, who died on Thursday last. Funeral services were held at the late home on Sunday evening, and the remains were brought to Denton and interred in the family lot on Monday. Mr. Anden?on was an uncle of Mrs. Emtnett Barton, of this town. daughter delightfully entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck and Wm. DeFord Jr., of Denton, at a turkey dinner on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Taylor and Miss Marie Taylor were the dinner guests of Mre. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beck, on Sunday. Rev. and Mre. Nugent are spending the holidays with relatives at Wilmington, Del., and Haddon Heights, N. J. · The Christmas entertainment was given in the church on Christmas Eve and proved a success. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Noble entertained with a family dinner on Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dean entertained relatives from Baltimore over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wright entertained a number of friends on Christmas Eve. Quite a "few Prestonians have been enjoying the ducking season. Mr. Paul Van Dyke spent Monday with his mother, in Wilmington. HOBBS Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Schauer, assisted by the latter's mother, Mrs. Louis Randall, entertained the Ladies' Aid on Wednesday afternoon. After business transactions, including payment for papering bath room and floor covering for same, games were indulged in. Mrs. B. B. Allen and Mrs. F. N. Smith won prizes in a flower contest. Presents were ex- exchanged. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Thomas Smith will entertain the Aid in January. Mr. and Mre. F. N. Smith entertained on Christmas Day the following: Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Blades, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blades and sons, Russell, Leonard, Kcnnard and Charles, of Burrsville; Mr. and Mrs. Olns Smith and children, Edward and Eunice, of American Corner; Miss May Fullerton, of Oklahoma, and Messrs. O. F. Smith and Gustav Good, of Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Starkey, of Atlantic City, N. J., announce the birth of a son, Thomas Jordan, born December 11. Mr. Starkey grew to manhood in our community and has many friends here. He has been in Atlantic City, engaged in the undertaking business, for a number of years. ' Audrey Tribbitt, Sue Smith, Filmore Davis and Donald Smith received new bicycles for Christmas. We have a bicycle brigade of six in our village now, the other two being Esther Smith and Tommy Smith, who received wheels a year ago. There isn't anything that beats being a child. Fourteen persons attended 6 o'clock services conducted by our pastor, Rev. H. H. Schauer, at the church last Sunday morning. Sunday School was held at 10 o'clock, after which the annual Christmas treat was passed to those present and sent to absent ones. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Thomas were invited guests at a turkey dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Edgell, of Greenwood, on Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rice, of Wilmington, and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Roe, of Denton, on Monday. Filmore Davis, while playing foot ball on Wednesday, had the misfortune to break a wrist. We hope for Filmorc's speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. D"an Gleen and son; of New Jersey, were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Butler. Mrs. Kenneth Ramsburg was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Louis Butler, on Wednesday. Mr. J. H. Dandy will have charge of the Christian Endeavor service tomorrow evening. Mr. Grovcr Moore butchered two hogs weighing 467ft Ibs. and 512% Ibs., respectively. Mr. T. H. Towers, who has been quite sick of a heart ailment, is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Holbrook were in New York a couple of days this week. Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Schauer entertained relatives at dinner on Mon- P cacc ' thlrd ofrense - Pled and day. Mrs. C. V. Clark has, been visiting relatives in Delaware. HOUSEHOLD HINTS By Ethel M. Hunter--Home Economist--Eastern Shore Public Service Co. Butter Crisps Temperature 375--Time 10 to 12 minutes. 1% cups soft butter lii cups powdered sugar 1 egg V*. top. salt 3 cups cake flour 1 cup chopped nuts 1 tbsp. vanilla Cream butter and sugar together. Add 1 cup of flqur, then add the egg and beat well. Add the remaining flour and nuts. Shape into rolls and chill. Slice and bake, or you may drop from teaspoon on buttered cookie sheet. These are very delicious cookies. given four months. Elwood Brown, colored, charged with assault and battery near Blondics Place, near Goldsboro. Pled guilty and given four months. Miss Katherine Thawley, daughter of Mre. Susan Thawley, of Greensboro, and E. Stanley Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Morris, of near Inglcsidc, were united in marriage last Friday evening by the Rev. Milton S. Andrews, at Denton. The bride . was dressed in teal crepe, with accessories to match. The young couple were attended by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thawley. They will reside near Ingleside. Those who were entertained at the home of Mrs. Mary Jackson over the week-end were: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Anderson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson and children, of Bridgeville, Del.; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cannon and daughter, Jane, of Preston; Miss Ruth Jackson, of Princess Anne; Mr. Thomas Attix and daughter, Miss Mary, of Clayton, Del. Miss Pearl Louise Quillen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Quillen, of Greensboro, and Charles Leonard Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Bennett, of Henderson, were married last Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p. tn. in Harrisburg, Pa. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Roy Musser. They will live in Philadelphia, where both are employed. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Taylor entertained on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor, of Preston; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Todd, Miss Virginia Taylor and Russell Todd, Mr. and Mrs. D. Todd, of Bridgeville, Del.; Mr. and » Mrs. Lloyd Taylor and daughter, Anne, of Reading, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Tailor have as their guest' Mrs. G«o. Whiteley. A few days ago Federal officers while looking over the premises of P. Dubraski, in the Bee Tree neighborhood, were fired upon by Dubraski. The officers returned shots and one of the bullets went through Dubraski's leg. He is not in a serious condition. Stills had been found on the premises on previous visits. Those who were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Edwards on Tuesday were: Mrs. John Murphy and son, George, of Ridgely, and daughter, Miss Mary Adline Murphy, of Swarthmore, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Draper, Mrs. Fred Murphy and Mrs. Susie Ford, of Greensboro. Those entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nichols were: Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Wilson, of Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shultie, of Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ash, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nichols and little daughter, Joyce Anne, of Greensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Paige Riddleberger and daughters, Joan and Norma Paige, and Mr. and Mrs. Orvilla Travers spent the holidays in Annapolis, with Mrs. Robert Jarrell and family. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Jarrell, who spent a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Comegys Van Sant and little daughter, Karen; Byard VanSant and Miss Lottie Comegys, of Philadelphia; Irvin VanSant, of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Hyland VanSant, of Denton, spent the holidays with Mr. Warren VanSant. Following the morning service at the Greensboro Baptist Church next Sunday morning the members of the church will vote on calling a pastor. All members of the church are urged to make every effort to be present at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cohee and Miss Lena Lewis were dinner guests Monday of Mrs. Leticia Parris and family, in Easton. Mr. and Mrs. Cohee entertained Mr. and Mrs. Newlin Mitchell, of Marshallton, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Warner, of Dover, entertained on Sunday Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs. Jennie Hopkins and Miss Grace Wooters, of Greensboro; alfio Mrs. Grace Rambou and daughter, Frances, of Sudlersville. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Porter spent the Christmas holidays in Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs. Porter entertained Tuesday evening Mr.' and Mre. A. T. Longfellow, of Salisbury, and Mrs, Lyman Scotten, of Goldsboro. William Briggs, of University of Maryland, is spending the week with Edward Vandegrift. "Edward is ako of the University and is spending the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Vandegrift Miss Betty Wyatt, of Wilmington, ME wspAPEfi IV ® is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt entertained at dinner on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Smith Edwards, of Greensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Thornton and daughter, Jewel, of Chester, Pa.; Miss Alice Christy, of. New York City, and Jack Thornton, of Brooklyn, N. Y., were guests Tuesday of Hr. and Mra. W. Thomas Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols entertained on Sunday Mr. and Mrs, William Phillips and son, Martin, of Henderson; Miss Grace Nichols, of Linwood, Pa., and Mrs. Sallie Nichob, of Greensboro. I E W SPA PER I

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