From The Calhoun Chronicle - Daniels Run News

The Calhoun Chronicle, a weekly newspaper published in Grantsville, West Virginia, has for many years published news from various communities. "Daniels Run News" has been an occasional to semi-regular feature. Here are some transcripts. We hope to add more as time and occasion permit.


1944

Millstone
June 24, 1944


Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starcher of Barberton, O., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher this week.

Pvt. Lora Parsons of the U.S. Army is spending a furlough with his mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons, of Millstone, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks, also of Millstone.

Mrs. Johnny Starcher was shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

H.M. Maffett of Millstone was shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Henry Marks and mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons, of Millstone was shopping in Grantsville on Saturday.

Seva Deloris Starcher of Grantsville is visiting her grandparents, Mr. And Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, here.

Those calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks last Wednesday evening were Mrs. Louie Starcher and daughters, Elma and Marie, Mrs. Evelyn Starcher, Betty and Ralph Miller, and Pete Gunn. Music was played and an enjoyable evening was spent by all.

Millstone
June 29, 1944


Miss Marie Starcher was calling on Mrs. Henry Marks last Wednesday.

Mrs. Rex Maffett and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughter, Judy, were calling on Mrs. Vena Marks Friday.

Robert and Allen Nitz of Barberton, O., are spending their summer vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

H.M. Maffett was calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks last Thursday.

Mrs. Vena Marks and mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons, were calling on Mrs. George Craddock at Altizer Saturday.

H.M. Maffett purchased a horse from Onnie Nettles of Gip Saturday.

Roscoe Carpenter and Rex Maffett attended the stock sale at Spencer Saturday.

Melvin Starcher was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Sunday.

Those calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller Sunday were Mrs. Anna Parsons, Mrs. Melvin Starcher, Mrs. Henry Marks, Miss Elma Starcher, Bertha Gunn, Sylvia Mitchell, H.M. Maffett, and Dick Gunn.

Henry Marks was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks, at Arnoldsburg Sunday.

Mrs. Nancy Burrows of Parkersburg spent a few days last week with Mrs. Johnny Starcher.

Millstone
July 6, 1944


Mr. and Mrs. Greely Nitz and children of Barberton, O., were visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz a few days last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Vena Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were calling on Mrs. Rex Maffett Saturday evening.

Woodrow Carpenter of Barberton, O., was visiting Allen B. Starcher and family a few days last week.

Miss Ilene Allen was visiting Miss Helen Starcher Friday morning.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Dee Nitz Wednesday evening.

Allen B. Starcher was shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter were shopping in Grantsville Saturday evening.

Dorsey Smith of Barberton, O., is visiting his father, J.I. Smith at Altizer.

Miss Velma Booher has returned to her home at Altizer after visiting friends and relatives in Barberton, O., the past few weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Millstone
July 13, 1944


H.M. Maffett called on Charley Starcher on Barnes Run Thursday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer visited her parents Sunday.

Fred Starcher of Barberton, O., visited his brother, Allen B. Starcher, last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and grandson, Allen Nitz, were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher and Mrs. Henry Marks were in Grantsville shoppers Saturday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Simon Whytsell at Richardsonville Sunday.

Johnny Starcher, Lester Booher, and Cecil Mitchell were employed by H.M. Maffet two days last week in hay harvest.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bush and small daughter were shopping in town Saturday.

Millstone
July 27, 1944


Allen B. Starcher was a visitor in town Saturday.

Mrs. Lester Booher of Altizer was shopping in town Saturday.

Mr. And Mrs. Melvin Starcher attended the show at the Strand Theatre in Grantsville Saturday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Saturday.

Mrs. Madeline Carpenter and daughter, Judy, were calling on her grandfather, H.M. Maffett, Friday evening.

Farmers in this vicinity were cutting and putting up hay the past week.

H.M. Maffett was calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday.

Luzurn Booher of Charleston passed through this vicinitiy last week.

Daniel's Run
August 10, 1944


Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mitchell are announcing the birth of a son, July 31. This is their third child.

Mrs. Audrey Gibson has been on the sick list this week.

Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffet attended the stock sale at Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons was calling on Mrs. George Craddock Friday.

Mrs. Melvin Starcher was consulting Dr. Toephfer in Grantsville last Wednesday.

Those calling on H. M. Maffet last Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughter, Judy.

H.M. Maffet was in Arnoldsburg last Tuesday.

Elma Mae and Violet Marie Starcher were calling on Mrs. Henry Marks last Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Sunday.

Daniels Run News
August 17, 1944


Mr. and Mrs. Greely Nitz and children of Barberton, O., have been spending the past week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Anna Parsons, Mrs. Vena Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Starcher, Lovell Allen, Coy Rader, and Ralph Miller.

Virgil Queen of Lettergap spent the weekend with his brother-in-law, Henry Marks.

Mrs. Hattie Booher was ill the past week.

Mrs. Anna Parsons received word last week that her son, Pvt. Lora Parsons, has arrived safely overseas.

Farmers in this vicinity have been digging their potatoes the past week.
Elma Mae and Violet Marie Starcher, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Starcher, were confined to thier home last week with mumps but are now improved.

Hugh Wright of Berbertn, O., is visiting H.M. Maffet.

Allen B. Starcher was shopping in Spencer Friday.

Johnny Starcher, who had been employed in Barberton, O., has returned to his home here.

Carr Gunn was shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Greely Nitz of Barberton, O., has purchased the Clell Hall farm.



Daniel's Run
August 24, 1944


Major Stalnaker of Nicut was in this vicinity Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

Lester Booher and daughter, Velma, returned home Thursday from Barberton, O.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks last Thursday evening.

Mrs. Cecil Mitchell has been confined to her home the past week with mumps.

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Starcher and daughter, Leah, of Barberton, O., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mitchell last Thursday.

Those visiting Ralph Maffett and family at Little Hocking, O., Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughter, Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Watt Everson, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and H.M. Maffett.

Daniel's Run
August 31, 1944


Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffet attended the livestock sale in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Nitz were Spencer visitors Friday.

Misses Golda and Myrtle Marks were last Thursday night guests of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine, were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

H.M. Maffett attended the sale on Sycamore Saturday.

Misses Louise Ray and Irene Allen have returned to Barberton, O., where they are employed, after spending a week's vacation here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Barr and Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Allen.

Those attending the all-day meeting Sunday at the Church of Christ at Millstone from this vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine, Mrs Vena Marks, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and H.M. Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nester and family of Cabin Ridge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and son of Barberton, O., visited Mrs. Allen Starcher Saturday.

Daniel's Run
September 7, 1944


Those calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Friday night were Mrs. Henry Marks, Miss Myrtle Marks, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and H.M. Maffett.

Rex Maffett visited his father, H.M. Maffet Sunday morning.

Mrs. Hattie Booher was calling on Mrs. Alphus Nester Suday.

Alllen B. Starcher was a visitor in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

Myrtle Marks has returned to her home near Arnoldsburg after spending a week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

H.M. Maffett visited Charley Starcher on Barnes Run Thursday.;

Misses Elma Mae and Violet Marie Starcher were calling on Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday evening.

Daniel's Run
September 14, 1944


H.M. Maffett was a visitor in Arnoldsburg last Tuesday.

Mrs. Lovie Starcher and daughter, Elma, visited Mrs. Henry Marks last Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Farris Barr Thursday evening.

Allen. B. Starcher was a visitor in Grantsville last Tuesday.

Miss Orva Parsons of Letter Gap is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mrs. Henry Marks, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and Miss Orva Parsons were Thursday guests of Mrs. Johnnie Starcher.

Among those from here shopping in Grantsville Saturday were Mrs. Lovie Starcher, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher, Betty Miller, Ilene Allen, Orva Parsons, Mrs. Anna Parsons, Mrs. Henry Marks, Allen B. Starcher, and Lovel Allen.

Miss Nina Starcher has returned home from Barberton, O., where she had been employed.

Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffett were in Spencer Friday.;

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Miss Elma Mae Starcher will leave Tuesday for Romney to enter the School for Deaf and blind. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Starcher.

S 1/c Denver Starcher of the U.S. Navy is spending a furlough with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Misses Elma and Marie Starcher were calling on Mrs. Vena Marks Sunday.

Daniel's Run
September 21, 1944


Miss Orva Parsons returned to Letter Gap Thursday after spending a week here with her mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons.

H.M. Maffett was a caller in Arnoldsburg Thursday.

Miss Nina Starcher , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher , returned Friday to Barberton, O., where she is employed.

S 1/c and Mrs. Denver Starcher left Friday for Barberton, O., where Mrs . Starcher is employed. Seaman Starcher will return to his post.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price were shopping in Spencer Friday.

H.M. Maffett was calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Starcher and daughter, Justine, attended the movies in Grantsville Friday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher attended the show in Grantsville last Thursday night.

The Daniel's Run school has an enrollment of 16 pupils with Mrs. Fae Cox as teacher.

Mrs. Melvin Starcher was shopping in Grantsville Saturday afternoon.;

Mrs. Johnny Starcher and daughter, Marie, were calling on Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday.

Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levi Starcher Sunday were Misses Velma and Irene Booher, Helen and Geraldine Starcher, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and H.M. Maffett.

Mrs. Russell Nester and daughter, Emma, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alphus Nester.

Miss Violet Marie Starcher visited Mrs. Melvin Starcher one day last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Sunday guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Daniel's Run
September 28, 1944

Mrs. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were calling on Mrs. Holly Nester Monday evening.

Mrs. Alphus Nester was visiting Mrs. Rex Maffett Monday evening.

Miss Violet Marie Starcher was a recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher.

Allen B. Starcher was in Grantsville Wednesday having his truck repaired.

Densmore Boyles was bailing hay for Rex Maffett last Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and son-in-law, Vere Price, were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Miss Betty Miller, Ralph Miller, and Pete Gunn were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

Miss Justine Starcher attended a party at the home of Mrs. Lester Booher Saturday night.

Rex Maffett and Cecil Mitchell visited Guy Nitz Sunday.

H.M. Maffett had as his Sunday evening guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Starcher and Mrs. Nancy Burrows.

Mrs. Nancy Burrows of Parkersburg was a weekend guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Starcher.

Daniel's Run
October 5, 1944


Mrs. Mary Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons visited Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Monday.

Virgil Marks visited his brother, Henry Marks, last Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

H.M. Maffett visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Friday evening.

Roy Bush of Millstone passed through this vicinity Friday.

H.M. Maffett visited his son, Rex Maffett, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Othel Starcher of Barberton, O., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alphus Nester.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter of Barberton, O., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs Melvin Starcher and Ralph Miller were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine, were visiting in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Vena Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Grantsville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Lovel Allen was a visitor in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniel's Run
October 12, 1944


There will be a box supper at the Daniel's Run School Saturday night, Oct. 14, with Mrs. Faye Cox in charge. Proceeds will go to the War Fund drive. The public is invited.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks last Wednesday evening.

Mrs. George Craddock of near Altizer was ill last week but is now improving.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Grantsville last Wednesday.

Mrs. Vena Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were shopping at Altizer Thursday.

H.M. Maffett and Jud Nitz attended the stock sale in Spencer last Friday.

Mrs. Bertie Price of Beech was a guest last Friday of her daughter, Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Virgil Marks visited his brother, Henry Marks, Saturday.

Hershel Waggoner of the U.S. Navy was a Saturday guest of Allen B. Starcher and Family.

H.M. Maffett was visiting on Sycamore Saturday.

Pvt. Guy Wood of the U.S. Army is spending a furlough with relatives and friends in Gilmer and Calhoun counties.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge had as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett, Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter, Miss Velma Booher, and Pvt. Guy Wood.

H.M. Maffett was in Arnoldsburg Sunday visiting his granddaughter, Mrs. Worthington Poling.

Daniel's Run
October 19, 1944


BOOHER - WOOD
Coming as a surprise to their many friends was the marriage of Miss Velma Booher to Guy Wood of the U.S. Army.

Mrs. Wood is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Booher. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wood of near Stumptown.

The marriage took place Saturday at 12 o'clock noon at the bride's home. The Rev. Mr. Wilkinson officiated. Only a few close friends were present.

Personals
The box social at the Daniel's Run school was well attended with 60 people present. An enjoyable evening was spent by all. It was reported that $36.77 was realized which will go to the USO.

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Starcher and daughter, Leah, of Barberton, O., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fowler and son, Lloyd, of Barberton, O., are spending a few days at their farm here.

Lester Booher is visiting his family here. He has been employed at Barberton, O.

Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine, were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

Mrs. Madeline Carpenter visited Mrs. Vena Marks last Thursday.

"Jud" Nitz attended the stock sale at Spencer Friday.

H.M. Maffett visited Mr. and Mrs. Brown Craddock Sunday.

J.I. Smith is visiting friends in this vicinity. He has been employed in Ohio.

Daniel's Run
October 26, 1944


Mrs. Allen B. Starcher left last Tuesday for Barberton, O., to visit her children, who reside there.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer last Friday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Johnnie Starcher was shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Vena Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were shoppers in Grantsville Saturday.

Lovell Allen and H.M. Maffett were business visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and granddaughter, Judy, were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher were among the visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz had as their Sunday guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price.

Hazel Lynch was visiting H.M. Maffett Sunday evening.

There will be a box social at the Cabin Ridge school Monday night, October 31. Proceeds will be turned over to the USO. Russell Lynch is teacher at the school.

Daniel's Run
November 30, 1944


Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffett were attending the stock sale in Spencer Friday.

Juanita, Geraldine, and Evelyn Harris and Myrtle Marks were visiting Henry Marks Friday.

H.M. Maffett butchered two hogs for "Bud" Burch last Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter of Barberton, O., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

A revival is in progress at Altizer with the pastor, Rev. Wilkinson, in charge.

Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffett were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher were visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

Rex Maffett and Cecil Mitchell were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter of Barberton, O., were Grantsville visitors Saturday.

H.M. Maffett was a Sunday guest of Russell Nester and Family.

Daniel's Run
December 7, 1944


Frank Murphy's family was reported to have the mumps last week.

Almina Naylor of near Altizer was visiting Mrs. Allen B. Starcher last Thursday.

Foster Nitz was a Thursday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks last Thursday.

Allen B. Starcher was attending the stock sale in Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Coy Rader was shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Starcher were visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

Carl Starcher of Sycamore was visiting H.M. Maffett Sunday afternoon.

Allen B. Starcher was calling on his son, Melvin Starcher, Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz.

H.M. Maffett was visiting his son, Rex Maffett, Sunday evening.

Fairest Barr visited H.M. Maffett Sunday.

Mrs. Velma Wood spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Holly Nester, Clay McDonald and several friends are in Pennsylvania on a deer hunt.

Mrs. Maude Nester was visiting Mrs. Rex Maffett Sunday evening.

Daniel's Run
December 21, 1944


There was no mail service in this vicinity last week with the exception of three days.

Mrs. Vere Price of near Altizer has been ill several days but is now improving.

Virgil and Verdis Marks were visiting their brother, Henry Marks, last Wednesday.

H.M. Marks was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks last Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

H.M. Maffett was a business caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Barr last Friday evening.

Henry Marks was a business visitor in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher and Marie Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Coy Rayer was a Grantsville visitor Saturday.

Rex Maffett, Cecil Mitchell, and Guy Wood were business visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniel's Run
December 28, 1944


WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pvt. Lora Parsons of the U.S. Army was wounded in action in France a few weeks ago, according to word received by his mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons, but was improving.

PERSONALS
Lester Booher returned home Monday from the Veterans Hospital, but is not much improved.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett left Tuesday for Barberton, O., to visit relatives for a few days. They were accompanied by Dinsmore Boyles and small son, Joe.

Brooks Groves, who was wounded and discharged from the armed forces, arrived last Wednesday at Mt. Zion where his wife and mother resides.

Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin, were business visitors in Grantsville Thursday.

Mrs. Hattie Boooher and daughter, Mrs. Velma Wood, were shopping in Grantsville last Thursday.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine, were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Dee Nitz was a Friday guest of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price, near Altizer.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Starcher and daughter, Justine, were visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Booher, who are employed at Barberton, O., spent Saturday night at their farm here.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood were visitors in Grantsville Saturday.

H.M. Maffett was a Saturday evening visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns.

Joseph Stout, S 1/c, spent a 16-day furlough with his wife and children on Daniel's Run. Seaman Stout has been in the Navy since April 26, 1944.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Nitz.

Holly Allen of Barberton, O., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Allen.

Paul Leach was recently calling on A.J. Nitz.


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