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August 20, 1925 - East New Market Items

Miss Katherine Webster has returned home after spending two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Edward Merrick at Cambridge.

Mrs. Emil Metz spent last week visiting with friends in Philadelphia and Baltimore.

Mrs. Mollie Higgins, of Baltimore, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. T.S. Higgins.

Mrs. Clarence Whedleton and children, of Seaford, are visiting Mrs. Page.

Mrs. and Mrs. Ollie Smith and little daughter, Marjorie, of Delmar, are spending some time with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Smith.

Miss Ruth Blake has completed her three years' course at the Cambridge Hospital Training School for Nurses and has returned to her home where she will spend some time.

Mrs. Howard Simmons and charming little daughter, Mary Howard, of Baltimore, have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hubbard this week.

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Mullikin and children and Mrs. H. Lee Vickers have returned from Ocean City where they spent the week.   Dr. and Mrs. Mullikin left for their home in Wilmington on Monday, and were accompanied by a niece and nephew, Virginia and Victor James Vincent, who were en route to their home in Philadelphia after spending the summer with their grandparents here.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stevens and children, Mrs. W.T. Gootee and Miss Mary Gootee spent Thursday and Friday of last week in Philadelphia.

Rev. and Mrs. G.R. Brookes, who have been spending two weeks vacation with Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Howard and other friends in and around town left Friday morning for their home in Baltimore.

Miss Margaret Sard, of Secretary, has been visiting Miss Helen Windsor at her home near town.

Mrs. J. Elmer Leach has returned to her home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Isenberg.  Her son, Master Jack Graffius remained for a longer visit.

Mrs. Frank Hiser, of Belair, and Miss Ruth Jones, of Baltimore, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.F. Nichols the first of the week.   Miss Elizabeth Nicols has joined them on an automobile trip to the New Jersey Coast where they will spend a week.

Mr. William Hickman, of Snow Hill, and Mr. Sidney Tull, of Pocomoke, spent last week with Mr. Neavett Spence at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spence near town.

Mr. Everett Nicols, of Atlantic City, spent the last weekend in town.

Miss Margaret Clifton delightfully entertained a number of her friends at her home on Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheatley and baby, of Seaford, and Mr. Adams, of Cambridge, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Wheatley.

Miss Mary Gootee had as her guests on Sunday, Misses Eleanor Webster, of Secretary, and Leslie Hurst, of Washington, D.C.

Mrs. Fanny Stevens has returned home on Sunday from a week's trip to Baltimore.

Mr. and Mrs. Arvie Moore and baby, of Cambridge spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George Moore.  We are very glad to be able to say that Mr. George Moore, who was so very ill last Saturday, is improving very nicely.

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Bell and Mrs. Esther Melvin, of Baltimore, motored over on Friday and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Bell for the weekend.

Master George Clarke Bell is spending some time with his uncle, Mr. George Bell, in Baltimore.

Misses Rosalie Tieder and little Miss Betty Peterson, of Cambridge, spent Wednesday afternoon in town, visiting friends.

Mrs. Ira Brinsfield has returned to her home after spending several days at Brookview.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wheatley, of Wilmington, have returned to their home after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. T.K. Wheatley.

Mrs. Ellen Jefferson, who was very sick a few weeks ago, has improved sufficiently to be able to be out and attend church.

Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Post, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hackett, of Vienna, and Mrs. Linwood Roberts and little daughter, Virginia, of Martinsburg, W.V., were guests at dinner on Monday at the home of Mrs. J.B. Webster.

The time is approaching for the preparation for returning to college.  Some new ones will join those returning, while some who have completed their course, will enter upon their new fields of work.

A very severe storm visited this section last Thursday night about midnight.  Much damage was done by the wind and the torrents of rain which fell.   A large plate glass window in Mrs. Mary K. Willey's store was blown in.  Two trees were blown down, one in Mr. H.H. Willoughby's yard, which fell on his corn house and crushed in the roof, the other in Mr. T.H. Collins' yard, where no damage was done.  A large branch fell from a tree in front of Mr. John Smith's and hit a passing automobile, but did not damage the car.

Mrs. Howard Hurst, Miss Priscilla Hurst, and Master Howard Barton Hurst motored down from Wilmington on Sunday with a friend and spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Hackett.

Miss Anna Camper returned home on Friday from Cambridge where she had spent the week with Mrs. Winfield Webster.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willis spent the weekend in Philadelphia.  The trip was made by automobile.

Mr. C.B. Holsteine has returned to Baltimore after spending his vacation at Greens Point.  Mrs. Holsteine will remain for a longer visit with Prof. and Mrs. Leland Myers at the Point and with her brother, Mr. C.W. Meyers in town.

Mr. William Deane is at home after spending some time at Preston, where he has been employed.

Mr. Paul Willis is giving a ton of coal free with each sale made of the latest improvement in the heating plants.   A demonstration of the furnace was given last Thursday and Friday, and the offer of coal holds good until August 22.

While Mr. and Mrs. Percy Henry were calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Boston last Wednesday evening, their automobile was struck by a car driven by a colored man, and thrown into the ditch, but damaged only slightly, while the car driven by the colored man was demolished.