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News April 18, 1946


St. Mary, West Virginia Oracle, St. Marys West Virginia April 18, 1946

 Several people from St. Marys attended the class play, “The Minx of Missouri,” sponsored by the senior class of the Newport High School, Friday. The cast included Donald Greene, Cora Lee Hoc, June Wulfert, Jack Bleakley, Jayne Bedillion, May Anne Harris, Frank Baker, Jean Berga, Betty Leister, Jim Perrine, Ruth Williamson and Paul Harris.

 Members of the freshmen class of Newport High School enjoyed a hayride and wiener roast last Wednesday evening.

 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Maxwell of Sistersville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Norris Torner.

 James Harris of Clendenin was recently discharged from the U. S. Army and arrived in Newport Sunday to visit friends and relatives.

 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eddy of Chatham are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Raymond Hoff.

 cEdwin Travis left Sunday on a business trip through West Virginia.

 Mr. and Mrs. George Holbert and daughter, Wilma visited on Sunday in Barlow with Mr. and Mrs. Bayne Petty.

 Miss. Mary Gale of Clarksburg visited with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Gale.

Mrs. Harry Lauck and Mrs. Owen Berga were shopping in Marietta Tuesday.

 Mrs. Jess Hoy was shopping in Marietta Tuesday.

 Mrs. Earl Hoff who underwent surgery in the St. Joseph Hospital, Parkersburg, last week is progressing satisfactory and expects to return home this week.

 Miss Ethel Hays spent Saturday in Parkersburg.

 Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dana of Marietta called Friday evening on Mrs. Mae Bates.

 James Snyder and son of East Liverpool spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lennington.