Christiana Ledger Vol. XLV, No. 26.Christiana News

General and personal.

The warehouses are now receiving new wheat.

Japanese beetles are reported in this vicinity.

Mrs. E. J. Knox has been visiting Lancaster relatives.

Landsville Campmeeting will oper. July 28 to August 8.

Chicken thieves are reported in the vicinity of Cochranville.

Confidence is seldom lost, but it is often sadly misplaced.

Miss Grace Brosius has been visiting Baltimore relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles Somers spent Friday in Coatesville.

Charlotte Buyers expects to leave for Kepler Lodge on Saturday.

Miss Ruth Rogers was the guest of her brother, Jay Rogers, of Blue Ball.

Miss Elva Jackson was a recent guest of Miss Dororthy Beyer, of Bartville.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Armer announce the birth of a son on Friday, July 13.

Mrs. Clara Marron is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schillinger.

Miss Sara Kent, of Atglen, was a Sunday guest of her uncle, M. B. Kent.

Miss Myrtle Diller spent Wednesday with Mrs. Lloyd Martin, of Quarryville.

The annual Gap Community picnic will be held at Long Park, on Wednesday, July 25.

Miss Bess McGowan and Mrs. Blanche Davis have been spending a week at Ocean City.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Long entertained recently Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNiss, of Harrisburg.

Daniel Stokes, of Lancaster, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stokes.

Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. William Chalfant, spent Saturday in Malvern.

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Keen spent the week-end with their son, Rolling and family, of Drexel Hill.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meise were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Demont Skiles.

Mrs. William Chalfant, Anna Chalfant, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Russell, spent Tuesday in LanThe Bible school opened at Georgetown with twenty-nine scholars, and the promise of at least forty.

What has become of the ancient who wore a black string running from his straw hat to his coat?

Windel McLaughlin, Harold Todd and Robery Buyers expect to go to Camp Chesapeake on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ranck, of Lancaster, Mr. Bayard Kurtz, Philadelphia, were Sunday guests of Miss Lelia Irwin.

The fifteenth annual Futer Reunion will be held at Rocky Springs, on Saturday, July 28. Basket lunch.

Dr. and Mrs. Leo Reed, of Philadelphia, were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Reed.

Mrs. Gertrude Webster, of Wilmington, was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross McCall.

Dr. L. W. Pownall, of Philadelphia has been the guest of his sister, Miss Eliza Pownall, of Harrison avenue.

For Rent:-A house on Slokom ave., 6 rooms and light, in good condition. Apply to Diller Summers, Christiana.

A "cob-web" social will be held at the home of T. B. Jackson, Gay street in the near future by the Bart Y. P. B.

The Christiana Fire Company will hold a carnival on Friday and Saturday evenings, August 2, 3, and 4.

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gerberich and son, Albert, of Parkesburg, were the Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McClure.

Mrs. M. P. Chandler and Miss Dollie Gillespie visited their cousin, Miss Annie Camp, in Wilmington, on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leaman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schillinger and daughter, Mildred, motored to Betterton, recently.

Major Grant, wife and daughters, Mary and Virginia and Mrs. Paul Chalfant, spent Wednesday in Philadelphia.

Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson, of Wilmington spent Sunday with his brother, Albert Robinson who is critically ill.

Earl Donley has purchased the farm north of Georgetown, known as the Hucking farm, from Frank Brown of Paradise.

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