Mr. Roland Wheatley and children, of Philadephia, spent the weekend with Mr. Wheatley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wheatley.
Miss Emma Millard returned to her home in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, after spending six weeks in town nursing her cousin, Miss Mary Millard.
Mr. E. C. Bell, cashier of the East New Market Bank, left Tuesday afternoon, for Annapolis to attend the meeting of bankers.
Mrs. J.C. Ledbetter, who has been confined to the bed since last Friday with a cold, is improving and able to be up.
Mrs. H.L. Vickers is numbered on the sick list, being housed with a cold.
Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. S.J.T. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Neal, Mr. Brinsfield and Miss Voila were guests at supper on Monday at the home of Mr. Fred. Wright and Miss Elizabeth Wright. A number of other guests dropped in during the evening, which was spent playing cards.
Miss Elizabeth Webster and Mr. Chas. Webster Jr., left Monday evening for Washington, D.C., where they were called by the death of their uncle, Mr. Jerome Hubbard.
Mr. George Millard, of Vienna, spent Sunday with his sister, Miss Emma Millard, who has been spending some time with their cousins, Mr. Frank Millard and Miss Mary Millard.
We are very glad to learn that Miss Mary Millard is convalescent from a sickness of ten weeks duration, crysipelas followed by neuritis.
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Post, of Vienna, and little niece Elizabeth Ennis, of Salisbury, were visitors on Sunday at the home of Mrs. J.B. Webster.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willis spent the weekend with friends in Philadelphia.
The Ladies Aid dinner and business meeting held by the Baptist ladies in the basement of the church last Thursday proved very pleasant as well as financially successful.
Mrs. J.B. Black, of Springfield, Mass., who has been the guests of Mrs. W.T. Gambriel for the past week, left for her home on Wednesday afternoon.
The Sunday School Board meeting was held at the Methodist Parsonage on Monday evening. The chief subject of discussion was the final plans for the Christmas entertainment.
Mr. Jefferson Creighton has returned from a visit with his brother and uncle in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Webster left Tuesday afternoon for Washington, D.C. to attend the funeral of Mrs. Webster’s brother, Mr. Jerome Hubbard.
Miss Mary T. Webster has returned home after spending a month with Mrs. F.W. Mengers at Hunting Ridge, Baltimore.
Mrs. Albert Webb and Miss Ruth Wright, of Vienna, were callers in town last Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Webster, of Cambridge, visited Mr. S.L Webster Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Webster, of Federalsburg, were visitors there Sunday evening.
The Parent-Teacher Association
The regular meeting of the P.T.A. was held on the second Wednesday evening of December the 9th. Following the opening exercises and the business session, a splendid program was given which was in charge of Mr. Edward Bramble, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Twilley, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Beard, and was thoroughly enjoyed by the large audience which was present. The program was as follows:
Selection – Onward Christian Soldiers by East New Market orchestra.
Reading – Entertaining the Parson, Lucy Parker
Duet – Down on the Farm, Evelyn Moore and Thelma Blake
Violin Solo – Melody in F, Prof. Arthurs
Address – Religious Education of the Children of America, Rev. J.C. Ledbetter
Selection – Arizona Moon
Selection – Moonlight in Venice by the orchestra assisted by Prof. Arthurs
The program committee for January is: Mrs. H.F. Nicols, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Wheatley. The association meets the second Wednesday of each month.
Mr. George Wheatley has been confined to the house since Sunday because of failing health.