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Snow Hill News Mrs. Victor Dickerson and daugh ter, Lois visited relatives in Cris field, on Friday. The St. Margaret’s Guild entertain ed at a covered dish supper on Wed nesday evening at Firemen’s Hall. Mrs. Arthur C. Humphreys, Jr., and Miss Mazelle Paste, of Kinston, N. C., were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Norwood Shockley. Mr. George W. Truitt, of East Orange, N. J., will spend this week end with his mother, Mrs. George W. Truitt, Sr. Mrs. Truitt will accom pany him home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Cherrix enter-, tained three tables at five hundred on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carson F. Chandler, Jr., of Steelton, N. J., will spend this week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Carson F. Chandler, Sr. They will be ac companied home by their son, Carson! F. Chandler, 111, who has been spend ing two weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moore, Jr., and son, William 111, of Cam bridge, spent the week-end with Mr. | and Mrs. William S. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lee moved here! from Rockville Center, N. Y., this week. Mrs. Hurley J. Esham is visiting friends in Cape Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bundick and sons, Dicky and Robert, of Pocomoke, visited Mr. and Mrs. Carson Richard son, last week. Mr. Robert T. Grant spent the week end with relatives in Sunbury, Pa. He was accompanied home by his father, Mr. George A. Grant, who will spend some time here. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Shockley and son, of Baltimore, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wim brow. Mrs. Frederick Waesche, of Sykes ville, spent the week-end with Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Waesche. Mrs. Elliott Richardson and daugh ters, Misses Mary and Catherine Rich ardson, of Crisfield, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Richardson, on Thursday. Mr. Alton Stagg, of Wilmington, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Robert N. Stagg. Mrs. Annie Dennis, of Pittsville, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Clay Dennis. 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Miss Ethel Northam, of Baltimore, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Northam and Miss Margie Nor tham. Mrs. Myra Shockley and daughters, Misses Grace and Elma Shockley, of; Oaklyn, N. J., spent the week-end with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Ashton, of; Philadelphia, spent the week-end with! Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill and Mrs. Jennie Tilghman, spent the week-end, with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Eisengoffl in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dill and two sons, Byron, Jr., and Jack, spent the week-end with Miss Margaret Rich ardson in Philadelphia. Mr. A. P. Townsend and daugh ters, of Georgetown, visited relatives here on Sunday. Miss Grace Higgins, of Philadel phia, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Russell Hig gins. Mr. and Mrs. Horace McKissick, Miss Marian McKissick and Horace, Jr., of Yeadon, Pa., spent the first of the week with Mrs. Jennie Cot tingham. Mr. Earl White of New York spent the week-end with his family. Commander and Mrs. E. James Es tess, of Norfolk, spent the week-end at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dickerson en tertained at a dinner party on Sat- urday. Their guests were Mrs. Wil liam Jones and son, Vernon, Mrs. Julian LaCompte, of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Truitt, Mrs. George Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore and daughter, Eileen. Sergt. and Mrs. Edward Grey, Mrs.' Emma Grey of Middletown, Pa., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sturgis. Mrs. Walter Onley, Jr., entertained at a linen shower in honor of Miss Francis Scarborough on Thursday evening. Mrs. Bruce Blynn entertained the Mollie A. Townsend Circle on Tues day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Bradford, Jr., Mrs. David Bradford, Sr., Mrs. Jennie Ellis and Miss Ruth Bradford, of Washington, guests of Mrs. Daniel H. Bradford on Saturday. Mr. Robert Corddry, of Washing ton College, Chestertown, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. New all Corddry. Mr. and Mrs. George Richards, of Middletown, Del., and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Watson and daughter, Linda, of Wilmington spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watson, Sr. Miss Catherine Bishop, of Wash ington, Miss Helen Harner and Mr. Tilghman Bishop, of Queens Anne County, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Bishop. Mrs. Harry Hammond has return ed to Milford, after visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Richard son, Sr. Miss Ellen Hancock, of Wilson Col lege, Chambersburg, Pa., and Mrs. WORCESTER DEMOCRAT, POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND James Hancock, of Hagerstown, Md., spent the week-end with their moth er, Mrs. Jennie W. Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dickerson en tertained at a dinner party on Sun day. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dickerson, Mrs. Sarah E. Par sons, Miss Mildred Parsons and Mr. Glenmore Cropper. Mr. and Mrs. William Rose and daughter, Joyace, of Millsboro, Del., spent Sunday with Miss Grace Dick erson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bratten and son, Billy, of Philadelphia, spent the week-end with Mr. William E. Brat ten. Mrs. Douglas Childs spent the week end with Mr. Childs at Fort Eustis, Va. Mr. Irving West, of Baltimore, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest West. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pusey are re ceiving congratulations on the birth of a son on Thursday, April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowen and daughter, Charlotte, of Salisbury, spent Sunday with Capt. and Mrs. Fred Hales. Mrs. Julian LaCompte and Mrs. William Jones, of Baltimore, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. El wood Truitt. Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Mathews visited Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Rowens in Bal timore, recently. Mr. Ralph Brown of New York visited his family here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hales and son, William Thomas of Salisbury spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Hales. •Mr. and Mrs. Harris S. Corddry and Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kerbin, Jr., entertained a number of friends before the Cotillion Dance on Mon day evening. Miss Eleanor Clarke of Hood Col lege, Frederick, spent the week end with her father, Mr. Charles A. Clarke and Mrs. Clarke. Mrs. Earl Reynolds of Parksley visited Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Shields last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Outten and Mrs. Daniel H. Bradford visited Mrs. Sadie Collins in Powellville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Godfrey and daughter Patrica Grace of Newark were guests of Mrs. Cora Godfray on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watson, Jr., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Coffin in Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore of Passadena, Md., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Putman Dryden. Miss Sue Walters of Baltimore and Mr. Lynn Walters of State Teachers College, Sjalisbury spent the week end with Miss Lucy Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brannan of Baltimore spent the week end with Mr. and Mr. B. Herman Adkins. Mr. W. S. Godfrey is on the sick list this week. Mr. Lorraine Morris of Wilmington spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Smack and son Paul spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Duvall Sherwood in Federalsburg, Md. Miss Marjorie Godfrey spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Manly Nettles in Hampton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Richard son have returned to their home in Sanantino, Texas, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Rodgers and Miss Bertie Richardson. Mrs. Charles N. Butler, Jr., spent the week end in Washington. Miss Florence Dennis and Mr. M. R. Dennis have returned to Con neant Lake, Pa., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. William L. Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Quillen and daughter, Joan of Ocean City spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Hearthway. Mrs. Ralph Benthal of Phoebus, Va., and Miss Mildred Kelley of Hampton, Va., spent the week end with Rev. and Mrs. George E. Sterl ing. Miss Francis Ballard of Exmore, Va., visited friends here last week. Miss Marian Humphreys spent the week end with friends in Baltimore. Mrs. Harry F. Covington and Miss Louise A. Covington who have been spending the winter in Baltimore have returned to their home here. Miss Rebecca Bennett spent the week end with relatives in Cambridge and Salisbury. Rev. and Mrs. George E. Sterling visited relatives in Phoebus, Va., this week. Miss Sarah Moore Hayward spent the week end with Lieut, and Mrs. Kenneth Mason in Baltimore. The Senior Class play will be held in the auditorium of the Snow Hill Highi School on Thursday evening April 24. Miss Beatrice Wyman, Miss Mar ian Mettes, Mr. John Trowbridge and Mr. Charles W. Corddry, Jr., students of American University, Washington spent Monday with Mr. Corddry’s' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Corddry. Mrs. C. Norwood Shockley enter tained three tables at bridge on Sat urday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Ar-| IDEAS*COLOR SMEMES • SUGGIOTONS Sherwin-Williams SERVICE ... Yours, At No Obligation! 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Hodgson Clift of Philadelphia, Miss Mazelle Paste of Kinston, N. C., Miss Louise Clift of Washington, Mrs. Baldwin Passano, of Baltimore, Mrs. William H. Moore, Jr., of Cambridge, Mrs. William Boone, Mrs. Joseph Brimer, Mrs. Edw’ard Brimer, Mrs. Walter W. Price, Mrs. William G. Kerbin, Jr., Mrs. Otho Aydelotte, % Jl■l Ivj ii 123 Main St., Salisbury Phone 833 Friday, April 18, 1941 Mrs. Zodak Sherrix and Miss Evelyn Shockley. (Continued on page It) sofflaenmgggfflrop^ | Tombstones And Monuments J If we of today leave no £ record to show that those j* we loved have lived, what £ is to be expected of tomor £ row's generations who wiD j not know—nor care. \ Pocomoke Marble Works \ C. K. HOWARD, Prop. Pocomoke City, Md.