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November 19, 1925 - East New Market

Mrs. John Heinzeroth and little daughter, Sara, of Wilmington, are spending several weeks with Mrs. H. Lee Vickers.

Mr. Emil Hildenbrandt, of Washington College, was called home last week by the illness of his mother.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wright and daughter, Ruth, have returned to Baltimore after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parker.

Mrs. Mary Banton has returned to her home in Cambridge after spending several days with Mrs. C.L. Saxton.

The Baptist Ladies Aid met at the church on Thursday of last week.  Dinner was served as always to a large crowd.

The friends of Miss Mary Millard will be glad to learn she is much improved after her recent illness.

Rev. and Mrs. G.R. Brooks, of Pimlico, arrived Thursday and spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Howard and friends in town.

Mr. Wm. Johnson has returned from a trip of five days to Baltimore, Washington, and New York.

Miss Blanche Vane, of Linkwood, spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Laura E. Vincent.

Mrs. Laura Vincent had as her guests on Sunday Mrs. Frank Vincent, Miss Blanche Vane, and Mr. Julian Vincent, of Linkwood.

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bove, of Wilmington, spent the weekend with Mrs. John Smith.

Mr. John Heinzeroth, of Wilmington, spent Sunday with Mrs. H. Lee Vickers.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dettbarn and children, of Lansdowne, Md., spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. A. Asmussen.

The Dorchester County Vestryman's Association met at the Parish House on Monday, November 16th.  Supper was served by the ladies of St. Stephen's Church to Bishop Davenport, Rev. Mr. Gould, of Cambridge, Rev. Mr. Atwater, of Chestertown, Rev. Mr. Wood, of New York, Rev. Mr. McClelland, of East New Market, and the vestrymen of the county parishes.  Menu – chicken soup, chicken salad, cold slaw, fried oysters, hot rolls, Maryland biscuits, coffee, and cigars.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meyer, Mrs. H.E. Oliver, and Miss Ethyl Oliver visited Taylors Island on Sunday.

The Dorchester County Federation of the Women's Clubs was held at Harper's Hall, Hurlock, Monday, November 16th.  Members of the East New Market Club to attend were Mesdames Underhill, Baker, Reed, Bennett, Parker, Ross, Wright, DeMott, Harper, and Camper.  Delegates
were:  Mrs. J.B. Wright, Mrs. Walter Crowe, and Mrs. McWilliams.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gambriel and baby, of Norristown, Pa., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gambriel.

Misses Mildred and Evelyn Higgins and Messrs. Kenneth Thomas, of Cambridge, and Garland Harper, of Baltimore, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Higgins.

Mr. Emil Hildenbrand has returned to Washington College, after being home several days because of his mother's illness.

Mrs. S.C. Howard accompanied Rev. and Mrs. G.R. Brooks on their return to their home on Saturday.

Lester McWilliams and a friend from Cumberland are spending a few days at the hotel  in town on a hunting trip, and a visit with old friends.

Mrs. Frank Webster, Miss Laura Vincent, and Mrs. S.W. Camper attended the meeting of the Women's Auxiliary in Cambridge on Thursday afternoon.

Miss Mildred Higgins spent Tuesday with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.S. Higgins.

Mrs. F.W. Mengers, who has been spending a few days with Miss Mary Webster left Wednesday morning for Baltimore, accompanied by Miss Mary Webster, who will spend some time with her.

Next Sunday evening, Nov. 22nd a community Thanksgiving service will be held at the M.E. Church.  The Rev. Mr. Ledbetter of the First Baptist Church will deliver the sermon.

Mr. Davis of Federalsburg, attended service at the M.E. Church last Sunday evening.  He spoke about the church training school to be at Seaford for five nights, the week after Thanksgiving.

Messrs. T.J. Taylor, Edward Bramble, C.L. Saxton, and Mrs. Saxton left on Tuesday morning for Baltimore, where the men will attend the Grand Lodge of Masons and Mrs. Saxton will spend time with friends in Baltimore, and Washington, D.C.

Mrs. Mollie Smith wishes to thank all those who were so kind during her husband's recent illness and death; also for the beautiful flowers that were sent.