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Worcester Democrat and the ledger-enterprise. (Pocomoke City, Md.) 1921-1953, December 11, 1942, Image 12

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Snow Hill News
Mrs. Myrtie Smith is spending a
week with Capt. and Mrs. Lemuel
Stevans in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Ernest Berry has returned to.
Cape Charles, after spending a week
with her sister, Mrs. Richard Reward.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Beauchamp
of Gloucester, Mass., are spending ten
days with relatives.
Pvt. Francis Cherrix of Fort Meade,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cherrix.
Mrs. James Reitz has returned to;
Newport News, Va., after spending
three weeks with her mother, Mrs.
Jester Nock.
Mr. Arthur Duer, of Baltimore, is
visiting his family here.
Mr. Lester D. Shockley and Mr.
Newall Stagg attended a meeting in
Chicago, 111., this week.
Miss Eleanor Wilson and Mr. Fow
ler Cottingham of State Teachers Col
lege, Salisbury, spent the week-end
with their parents.
Mrs. Jerome Henman and Mrs. Ma
rie Brittingham spent the week-end
in Baltimore. Mr. Henman, who was
operated on at Maryland University
Hospital two weeks ago, accompanied
them home.
Miss Sarah Kerbin spent the week
end with her mother, Mrs. William G.
Kerbin, Sr., in Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Bradfod,
Sr., spent the week-end with Mrs.
Charles Parsons in Philadelphia. Mrs.
Bradford remained for a longer visit.
Miss Betty Sweeten, of Wilmington,
spent the week-end with Miss Mar
garet Wilson.
Rev. John Oldman, Mrs. Adelaide
Oldman, Miss Norma Lou Hall and
Miss Elaine Taylor attended the
Youth's Conference in Baltimore, on
Saturday.
Miss Rosemary Corddry, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Corddry
who is attending the Kathleen Dell
School in Boston, Mass, will return
home this week to spend the Christ
mas holidays.
Mrs. Charles Jones, of Wilmington,
visited her mother, Mrs. William Jones
last week.
Mrs. Charles W. Corddry and Miss
Rosemary Corddry will spend nextj
week with relatives in Baltimore.
Mr. Hewey Brown, of Maryland In
stitute, Baltimore, is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Herman Perdue,
Sr., spent several days in Baltimore,
last week.
Mrs. Charles W. Corddry and Mrs.
J. Herman Perdue attended the Sam
uel Chase Chapter of the D. A. R. at
the home of Miss Annabel Booth in
Salisbury on Friday afternoon.
Mr. Charles Howard, second class
yeoman of U. S. Navy, who has been j
receiving treatment in a Baltimore
hospital for wounds received in action,
was here for a few days last week,
visiting relatives. Mr. Howard ex-,
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JVF7WORIC OF J/crORV
Above, is shown the track "layout” of to move great masses of troops.;;
an important railroad terminal—the railroads to haul the mountains of
Union Station at Washington. Over it, materials needed for war. With them,
in a single month, move more than our military command can move
108,000 locomotives and cars. Yet, troops to any point in the country ...
impressive in size and activity as this get supplies from anywhere—quickly,
track setup is, it is only a small part of smoothly, efficiently! In fact, right to
the vast network of lines that stretch day—every day—more than 33,000
from coast to coast... border to trains are working for the war effort!
border ... linking city to city... The spirit of private enterprise—
natural resources to war industries-a American enterprise-built this great
f smooth, unified system totaling over system . And, with the continued co
-235,000 miles of railroad. operation of the public, Office of De-
In the grand strategy of our military fense Transportation, Navy and War
leadership, these lines are absolutely Departments, this spirit will kgep it ■
vital to success. For rt takes railroads rolling ... for Victory.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
On of America's Railroads . . . ALL Mobilized for War I
BUY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
pects to return to duty the first of
January.
Mrs. Clarence Parker and Mrs. Nev
: ins Todd, of Salisbury, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Brown, on
Sunday.
Mrs. Wilson Fisser and sons, Ron
nie and Sonnie, of Norfolk, Va., are
viiting Capt. and Mrs. John Lilliston. •
Mr. Franklin Maddox, of Glen Bur
| nie, spent last week with Mr- and
Mrs. Leßoy Cherrix.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston West and Mr.
and Mrs. Elton Sirman attended the
funeral of Mr- Charles Covington in
Salisbury on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Harry C. Bradford, Sr., made
a business trip to Baltimore, this
week
Mrs. Cora Godfrey and Mrs. Lester
Shockley attended the funeral of Mrs.
Arthur Perdue in Salisbury on Thurs
day afternoon.
Mrs. Sadie Collins, of Powellville,
spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs.
Daniel H. Bradford.
Mrs. Joseph Brimer visited Mr. and
Mrs. Baldwin Passano, in Baltimore,
this week.
Corp. James Bailey and Pvt. Robert
Koye, of Fort Meade, spent the week
end with Mrs. Bailey.
! Pvt. Howard Hill, of Camp Lee, Va.,i
: spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Hill.
Miss Berta Bradford entertained her
i bridge club on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Richardson,
Mrs. Charles Hudson, Mrs. William
Beauchamp, Mrs. Walter Hearthway,
and Miss Lucy Walter entertained the
Whatcoat Circle on Tuesday evening.,
Mrs. George Sterling is visiting Mr. I
and Mrs. Ralph Benthal in Phoebus,
Va.
Mr. William Sirman is visiting rela
tives in Salisbury.
Mr. William Shockley, of U. S.
Coast Guard, Ocean City, spent the
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O'} Gray floral perfume, in a dram
~ I \/ 1/ 1 bottle topped with a pink and
\ blue rosette. Set on a gleaming
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4Aa I • Nosegay fragrance in Dust-
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with atomizer, $2.50 .. . and
Water, $5.
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WORCESTER DEMOCRAT, POCOMOKE CITY, MARYLAND
week-end with Mrs. Shockley.
Mrs. Charles A. Townsend, of Ger-j
mantown, Pa., spent Saturday with
Mrs. Newall Corddry.
Mr. Wallace Brimer of Boston,
Mass., spent the week-end with his
mother, Mrs. Meta Brimer and sister, j
Mrs. William Boone.
Mr. George C. Moore, of U. S. Coast
Guard, Ocean City, spent the week
end with Mrs. Moore.
Judge William F. Johnson is very
ill in Union Memorial Hospital, Bal
timore.
Mr. Harvey Pusey, of U. S. Coast
| Guard, Ocean City, spent the week
| end with Mrs. Pusey.
Mr. Charles Waite, 60 years of age
died at his home on Saturday. The
deceased is survived by his widow and
three sons, Mr- Elmer Waite, of
Greenbackville, Mr. Charles Waite, .Jr.,
of Snow Hill and Mr. Alex Waite, of
Florida and one daughter, Mrs. Mil
dred Richardson, of Snow Hill. Fun
eral services at Bates Memorial Meth
odist Church in Snow Hill on Monday
afternoon at two o’clock, interment in
the church cemetery.
Mr. William O. Dickerson has re
turned home from Peninsula General
| Hospital, Salisbury.
Miss Mildred Parsons, of Salisbury,
visited relatives here, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Perdue, of
Salisbury, are receiving congratula
tions on the birth of a daughter, at
Peninsula General Hospital. Mrs.
: Perdue was formerly Miss Madeline
i Godfrey of Snow Hill.
Accomac News
Mr. William Bundick and Mr. Ed
ward Justis of Hampton, were home
during the past week-end.
Miss Annie Middleton of Parksley,
spent the week-end with Miss Ellen
! T. Edmonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Bidwell Chapman 1
, Cranage, of Ray City, Mich., announce'
j the hirth of a son, Joseph Oliver Cran-1
age, on Friday, December 4th. Mrs.!
Cranage is the former Mary Lilliston i
! Oliver, daughter of the late Joseph |
; Oliver and Marcie Duncan Oliver, of |
Accomac. Mr. and Mrs. Cranage also 1
ha\ r e a daughter, Mary Bidwell Cran-j
! age, who is six years of age.
Mr. Bob Johnson returned to his!
home in Franklin, W. Va., today, af-I
ter spending several months in the
; home of Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Lambert.
Miss May E. Edmonds returned
1 Wednesday, after visiting friends in
: Northampton, Mass.
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; IF YOU PLAN TO MOVE
CALL US as far in advance as possible.
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TELL US when you would like electric service connected
at new location and disconnected at old location.
CHECK WITH US on additions or extra electrical re
quirements. Before going ahead be sure your plans con
form with Wartime regulations.
Bring your electrical problems to us. We
welcome the opportunity of helping you.
-* EASTERN SHORE PUBLIC SERVICE
Serving Vital Electric Power to the Delmarva Peninsula

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Com* and buy your gifts of fuimituto in
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OPEN NITES —Beginning
Monday December 14th
FELDMAN BROTHERS
112-114 Market ll2-114 Market ll2-114 Market— 112-114 Market ll2-114 Market ll2-114 Market
Miss Elizabeth C. spent
1 the week-end with relatives in Wash-j
! ington, D. C.
Mr. J. Revell Melson left today for
; Camp Lee, Va., where he has been in
i ducted into the Armed Forces,
j Miss Tibbie Grant has returned to
I her home in Farmville, Va., after
: spending several weeks with Mrs.
| John D. Grant, Jr., and Miss Mildred |
D. Grant.
Mrs. O. Wilson Fick of Hampton is
spending this week with her mother, |
Mrs. Mattie M. Sterling.
Mrs. Mabel R. Hutton spent the
week-end with relatives in Washing
ton, D. C.
Mrs. Wilson S. Grant has returned
! to her home in Suffolk, after a visit
with relatives in Accomac and E’arks-;
| ley.
Hon. Levin Nock Davis of Rich
mond was home during the week-end.
Mr. Garland I*. Hayden and Mr.
Dudley Watkinson, of Pungo, Va.,!
spent the week-end at their homes!
here. Mr. Brantley Bishop returned
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OPEN
LATE
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Beginning Monday - The 14th
All Salisbury Stores Will
Be Gpen Every Night
Gather up your family, friends and nabors . . . save
your gas and car . . . travel in a group on your shopping
trip to Salisbury. This Christmas each shopping trip
will have to have more planning and this is an excellent
way for you to get together on that jaunt to Salisbury
Remember: All Salisbury stores will be open nights
beginning Monday the 14th.
Buy War Bonds & Stamps
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Friday, December 11, 1942
to Pungo with them on Monday, where
he has accepted a position.
HOT OFF THE GRIDDLE
The crust of a sponge cake may
be sticky because of too much sugar,
j damp flour or insufficient baking.

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