- Rev. Franklin O. JENNINGS, of South Carolina, has been called to the First Presbyterian Church, of Belair.
- Joseph L TUCKER was killed by a falling tree near White Plains, Charles county. - Mr. John HERLOCK, a prominent farmer of Still Pond, Kent county, died; aged sixty years.
- Mrs. Catharine A.V. SLAGLE died at her late residence near Morgan, Howard county, Md., April 9, after a lingering illness of diabeties. Funeral services over her remains were held in the Lisbon M.E. Church, April 11, at 11 o'clock a.m. and were largely attended by her numerous friends and acquaintances. The services were conducted by Rev. OURLEY, assisted by Rev. KNIGHT, of the Patapsco circuit. Interment was made in the McKendree Cemetery, near Cooksville. The deceased was in her fifty-ninth year. She was a woman of admirable Christian character and a member of the M.E. Church for a number of years. During her late illness as she lay upon her bed of affliction, suffering at times acute pain, there never escaped from her lips at any time a murmur of complaint but always believing as the Bible teaches "That the Lord doth all things well" and the greater the suffering she was called upon to bear the brighter would her crown in Heaven be. The husband and children who are left to mourn her departure find great comfort in the thought that their separation is only for a short time, and then there will be no pain or suffering nor separation by where souls will live on in endless bliss throughout eternity.
- The funeral of Mr. Thomas A. SMITH, who died yesterday at his home, near Urbana, will take place on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the M.E. Church at Urbana. Interment will be made at Mt. Ollivet Cemetery, this city. - submitted by SF
- Howard T. FISHER of Kensington and Miss Mary Jane MAUGHLIN, daughter of
Mrs. Eleanor MAUGHLIN and the late James B. MAUGHLIN of Boyds, were married
in Washington, Monday morning, by Rev. George B. HARRINGTON, pastor of
St. Stephen's Catholic church, the ceremony being performed at the rectory
in the presence of only members of the two families. Immediately afterward
they left by automobile for Florida.
The bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Mary C. FISHER of Montgomery county.
- Randolph A. HORINE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos M. HORINE, of Westminster, to Miss Inez M. CULLISON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. CULLISON, of Reisterstown, on December 20 at the home of the bride in Reisterstown.
- Mrs. Sallie E. WHITE, wife of Joseph WHITE, died Sunday afternoon at her
home at Washington Grove, aged 60 years. She is survived by her husband, a
daughter, Miss Amy WHITE of Washington Grove, and two sons, Earl WHITE of
Baltimore and Rodney WHITE of Washington Grove. She also leaves a brother
and three sisters, Americus E. BRUNNER, Mrs. Clarence H. CREAMER, Mrs. Charles
BUTLER and Mrs. Isaac N. STAUB, all of Montgomery county. Funeral at 11 o'clock
Wednesday morning from the Presbyterian church at Poolesville; burial in the
cemetery at Beallsville.
Mrs. White was a daughter of the late William BRUNNER of Poolesville and was a lifelong resident of Montgomery county.
- Miss Martha E. BRENNISON died at her late home in Unionville Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock of heart trouble, aged 81 years, five months and 15 days. She is survivied by two sisters: Mrs. Emily YASTE, at home, and Mrs. Mary BROWN of Tom's Brook, VA. Four brothers: John and Frank BRENNISON, at home; Charles W. BRENNISON of Somerset, PA; and George A. BRENNISON of Wilmington, Del., also survive. Funeral Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with services conducted at Linganore M.E. church, by Rev. C. E. SUBOCK. Interment in adjoining cemetery. Powell and Albaugh, funeral directors.
- Jesse F. REIFSNIDER, husband of Clara S. REIFSNIDER, died at his home, 836 North Strickler street, Baltimore, this morning. Funeral from his late home Friday at 1 p.m. Interment in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Frederick. Joseph COOK, Baltimore, funeral director.
- The funeral of James BIGGS will take place on Thursday at 3:30 o'clock from his late home, 279 West Fifth street. Services will be at the house. Interment in Mt. Olivet cemetery. Thomas P. Rice, funeral director.
- Mr. Holden S. FETON is confined to his bed with a severe cold.
- Miss Mary Esther TULL is ill at her home on Record street with the grippe.
- Mrs. Clarence L. HOWARD and little son, Jack, East Third street, who have been ill with the grippe, are slowly improving.
- The condition of County Commissioner Archley R. MOLESWORTH, of Mt. Airy, who is ill at the Frederick City Hospital, was unchanged today.
- Mr. Dewey ZIMMERMAN of Mt. Airy who has been ill with the flu, is able to set (sic) up.
- Mrs. A. H. JACKSON has been confined to her bed for the past week.
- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ZIMMERMAN spent Sunday in Mt. Airy with their son, Mr. Dewey ZIMMERMAN.
- Mr. and Mrs. B. F. REICH, of Frederick, called on Miss Nannie REICH, Friday.
- Prof. C. A. McBRIDE of Baltimore was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. BURGESS Sunday evening.
- submitted by SF (Brennison interests)