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4 December 1924 - East New Market Items

Prof. and Mrs. W.C. Bowen have returned home after spending the Thanksgiving vacation with relatives at Newark, Worcester County.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Winsor and Miss Helen Winsor were visitors in Sharptown on Friday.

Miss Mary M. Post, of Salisbury, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J.B. Webster.

Miss Margaret Crew, of Betterton and a student of Washington College, spent the weekend with Miss Mildred Nichols.

Rev. and Mrs. Tilghman Smith and Henry Smith, of St. Michaels, were visitors in town for several days this week, being among the guests at the Thanksgiving dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blake, and visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Wheatley and others.

Miss Sallie Varnes, of Cambridge, spent sometime with her mother, Mrs. Mary Varnes this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willoughby and children, of Hurlock, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Willoughby.

Capt. and Mrs. W.E. Johnson and Mr. Will Johnson were guests at dinner Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. W.E. Bonner and Miss Elizabeth Bonner.

Mr. J.A. Baker was a visitor in Salisbury on Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Willey and children, of Choptank, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Willey, of Pocomoke, were guests at the home of Mrs. Mary K. Willey on Thursday.

Rev. and Mrs. J.L. Johnson, of Crisfield, motored up last Wednesday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Hubbard.  Rev. Johnson officiated at the Neal-Brannock marriage.

Miss Medora Moore motored to Wilmington, Del., to spend the holidays with her sister, and was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. George Moore.

Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Wheatley, Miss Nellie, and Master Thomas spent Thanksgiving Day with relatives at Cambridge.

Mrs. G.W. Isenberg has returned home from a visit with Mrs. Elmer Leach in Wilmington.

The Epworth League held a very interesting meeting on Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wheatley, of Wilmington, spent Sunday with Mr. Wheatley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.K. Wheatley.

Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hackett, of Cheriton, Va., and Mrs. W.T. Post, of Vienna, were callers in town on Saturday afternoon, stopping at Mrs. Henry Wright's and Mrs. J.B. Websters.

The Ushers Union was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brinsfield on Wednesday evening.  The Union is preparing to give a play, and we understand the orchestra will be ready to furnish the music between the acts.

Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Patten have returned home after spending ten days at Philadelphia with relatives, and we are told they have installed a radio outfit.

Wednesday, December 10th, the Parent-Teachers Association will meet at the High School.  Rev. Mr. Nicholson of the Methodist Protestant Church, of Cambridge, will address the association, special music is being planned, and every one interested in Community work is urged to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Smith had as their guests at a wild goose dinner on Wednesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. O.W. McWilliams, Mrs. Mary K. Willey, and Mr. E.W. Bramble.

Capt. W.E.V. Jacobs and Miss Emma Jacobs, of Providence, R.I., are spending some time with Mrs. Laura Vincent.

Prof. and Mrs. Dandridge Murdaugh, of Charlottesville, were guests at the home of Mrs. Laura Vincent on Saturday at dinner.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hackett and daughter, Eloise, of Federalsburg, and Rev. and Mrs. G.R. Brookes were guests at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Loomis on Thanksgiving Day.

Mrs. Thomas McBride, of Cambridge, has returned to her home after a visit with Mrs. Ellen Jefferson.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rooke, and Mr. Gordon Wright, of Jersey City, Mrs. Joe Marino and son, Robert, and Miss Myrtle Lang, of Baltimore, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown.

Miss Ruth Vincent has returned to her home at Linkwood, after spending a few days with her cousin, Miss Lollie Vincent.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kimmey had as their guests at dinner on Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Flowers and children, and D'Arcy Flowers, of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Clifton and Mr. and Mrs. T.K. Wheatley, when Mrs. Kimmey's brothers come to town, whether it is turkey or fried chicken her dinner table groans with the good things she sets before her guests.

Miss Marian Wright, of Wilmington, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Wright.

Mrs. J.L. Vickers left this week for Wilmington and Philadelphia to spend the winter with her daughters.

Our town has been suffering with a shortage of water for the whole of one day and the part of a second this week, while there were some repairs being done to the engine of the pump.  We wonder why people do not appreciate what they have until it is gone.

Miss Charlotte Lang spent Thanksgiving in Baltimore.

Miss Agnes Smith has returned after spending the holidays with her cousin, Mrs. John Heinzeroth, at Wilmington.

Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Parker and children spent Thursday with Mrs. Parker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wright at Hurlock.

Miss Ruth Russell, of Philadelphia, spent several days this week with Miss Helen Helsby.

Messrs. C.E. Bell, S.J.T. Smith, O.W. Hubbard, George Gale, and Leon Bradshaw attended the banquet given by the Eastern Shore Trust Company in Salisbury last Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Flowers and little daughter, Sarah Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Clifton, Messrs. D'Arcy Flowers, William Twilley, and Jack Carroll, of Washington College, were guests at dinner on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kimmey.