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Friday, November 27, 1942
Local and Rural News
Miss Irma Bevans is spending the
holidays with Miss Anne Young.
Mrs. Cora Long has been the guest
of relatives in Altoona, Pa.
Mrs. Stanley Lankford has been
hbused the past week by reason of
illness. *
Mrs. B. F. Sturgis has returned to
Madison, N. J., after a brief visit
here.
Mrs. Victor Rawlins spent a part
of last week with friends in Philadel
phia.
Dr. Albert A. Parker is spending
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jos
eph M. Pugh in Haverford, Pa.
Mrs. Anna G. McClure is the holi
day guest of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Stowell in Federalsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Vane and son,
Buzzy, spent the past week-end in,
Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Nottingham, of
Philadelphia, were week-end guests
of his mother, Mrs. H. C. Nottingham.
Lieut. William G. Vincent has been
transferred from Fort Custer, Mich
igan to Camp Phillips, Kansas.
Mrs. S. E. Bell has been undergoing
treatment in the Wilmington General i
Hospital, Wilmington, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dale left this j
week for New Kensington, Pa., where ,
they will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Archie Wilkins had
as their guest last week Mr. Wilkin s
sister, Mrs. Paul Gunby, of Marion.
Mrs. Homer L. Hughes is very ill
at the Lankanau Hospital in Phila
delphia, suffering after an operation.
Mrs. Esley Fleming, of Portsmouth,
Va., was a visitor in town on Wed
nesday of this week.
Mrs. Raymond Jones and daughter,
of Annapolis, are guests of her broth
er, Dr. Robert I. Givens and Mrs. Giv
ens.
Mr Victor Bonneville, of Norfolk,
spent a part of the week with his
mother in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Merrill Walters,
are in Baltimore where Mr. Walters
is undegoing treatment at the Johns
Hopkins Hospital.
Mrs. William D. Keim, who is
spending the winter with her son in
Newport News, was in Pocomoke a
few days this w T eek.
Mr. and Mrs. Erland Etcheson, of
Silver Springs, Md., are holiday
guests of Mrs. Etcheson’s mother,
Mrs. A. Hartley Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hague, of Pitts
burg, Pa., have been guests of Mrs.
Hague’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. James
T. Nock.
Miss Marion Stevens will entertain
a number of friends at supper and
bridge tonight at her home “Hartley
Hall.”
Willard Richardson, Jr., U. S. N.,
spent a brief furlough with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Richard
son.
Mr*. William H. Merrill, of Laurel
Street left Monday for Hicksville,
Long Island, N. Y., to spend the win
ter.
Pvt. Clarence L. Powell, Jr., of Tal
lahoma, Tenn., spent a few days with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Lekies
Powell.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Shreves who
have recently moved to Crisfield were
guests over the week-end of Mr. and
Mrs. Grady E. Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Duge and
Mrs. Duge’s son, Lynwood Willis, Jr.,
of Baltimore, have been visitors in
Pocomoke and New Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Polk are
spending the holidays with their
daughter, Miss Norma, a student at
Stuart Hall in Staunton, Va.
Mrs. Minnie Unglaub, of Crisfield,
has been the guest of her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Bradshaw.
Mrs. B. F. Harrington spent the
past week with her son, Mr. B. R.
Harrington and Mrs. Harrington, in
Cape Charles.
Mrs. Arenthia Small entertained
Sunday her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Small and Mrs.
Pearl Matthews of Salisbury.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Walter Russell and
son, Sylvane, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Grimmel are spending the holi
days in Baltimore.
Mrs. M. Coulbourn Littleton is
spending the Thanksgiving holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. Winton Thomas
Ames of Hampton, Va.
Mrs. Carrie Goswellin and Mr. Carl
Rumbley, of Cambridge, were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Brit
tingham of near town.
Mr. and Mrs. Levin J. Miller, of
Penns Grove, Pa., have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Hayman and
other relatives in Pocomoke and vi
cinity.
Mr. Mason MacGlothlin and Thom
as Miles MacGlothlin, Jr., are spend
ing the Thanksgiving week-end in Po
comoke with their aunt, Miss Annie
M. Davis of Second St.
Sgt. Alfred C. Hayman, Jr., spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred C. Hayman. Sgt.
Hayman has been transferred from
Camp Lee, Va., to Fort Slocomb, N.
Y.
A joint meeting of the Woman’s,
Club of Pocomoke City and the Wo- ■
man’s Club of Worcester County will
j be held in the Firemen’s Hall on Fifth
] St., Wednesday, December 2nd with
Mrs. Marion Duncan chairman of the
program and Mrs. Johnson Payne in
i charge of the Christmas party. The
program will open with an address
“The Goodwill Tour of Mexico,” by
Mrs. Wilmer Fell Davis, President
Eastern Shore District Maryland Fed
eration .of Women’s Clubs . Christ- 1
mas music will feature the afternoon.
This promises to be a most enjoyable j
meeting and all members are urged
to attend.
Pretty Wedding Took
Place In Balto. 22nd
(Continued from Page 1)
, with seed pearls and a Juliette cap of |
| net caught with orange blossoms. Her'
| only ornament was a cameo necklace, j
the gift of the groom.
Miss Peggy Jungblut, sister of the
bride was maid of honor and Miss'
Edythe Sommerfeld and Miss Ger
tiude Herchenrother, cousins of the
bride, were bridesmaids.
• The groom was attended by his
: brother, G. Norman Bounds, of Salis- |
i bury. The ushers were: Messrs,
j Charles E. Bounds, of Salisbury, J.i
j Edward Bounds of Pocomoke City,
i brothers of the groom; S. Norman
Holland, Jr., cousin of the groom; and
W. C. Jungblut, of Baltimore, broth- j
er of the bride.
The wedding marches were played
by Mr. Paul Hume, of Washington,!
D. C., while Mrs. Thelma Kasza was
soloist. Mrs. Kasca sang before the
ceremony Edward Greig’s “I Love
Thee Dear;” during the vows Malot
ti’s “The Lord’s Prayer;” and after
the ceremony Carl Bohm’s “Calmf is
the Night.”
Immediately following the cere
mony a reception was held for the
bridal party and intimate friends at;
the home of the bi’ide’s parents and j
the happy couple spent their honey-]
moon in New York.
After January Ist they will be at!
home to their friends in Pocomoke:
i City, where the groom is in business, j
Bradshaw Funeral Parlors
AMBULANCE SERVICE
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Pocomoke City Phone 464
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Pocomoke City National Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Eastern Shore Desig
nated u Critical Area”
(Continued from Page 1)
fires and two trucks. The Army is
I also supplying additional equipment
and arrangements have been made to
call out soldiers from camps on the
! shore to fight fires in an emergency.
The troops will have portable radio
equipment with them on the fire lines.
The area has been mapped with re
gard to natural fire breaks, so that,
in major forest fires, fighters can be
! stationed at those breaks, such as
roads and streams, to halt the flames
according to prearranged plans.
Farmers throughout the area have
been asked to cooperate by ploughing ,
fire lines around their buildings and
at the edge of woodlands as a precau
! tion to protect their own properties.
More than half of the registered
| forest fire crews have been lost to the
j armed forces in the last year and a
, critical situation exists in manpower
! to fight forest fires, District Forester
Joseph Rothrock said. Some of the
i crews cannot be replaced and the fed
! eral equipment is essential to replace
this loss of manpower. Through use
j of the fire fighting equipment, one
man can do the work of several men.
Rothrock warned that fines for
burning brush in some areas of the
j shore, labelled as “most critical”
range up to $5,000 and a prison tenn
as high as two years may be imposed.
Fires which get beyond control and
] burn after dark are considered as sa
botage. Rothrock said that anyone
planning to burn rubbish, or burn off
1 fields should contact the District For
ester’s Office or the nearest forest
warden, to learn if fires in the day
time were pennitted in that area by
the Army. No fires are permitted to
burn after dark.
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