April 20, 1917
Mr. Robert A. Bennett, who has been spending a few days in Baltimore and Annapolis, has returned.
Mr. Charles W. Mullican, with John H. Abbott and Son, machinists, West All Saints street, has gone to Washington, where he has accepted a position in the Navy Yard machine shops.
Mr. Walter Duvall, of this city, has gone to Washington where he will be employed in the Navy Yard machine shops.
Dr. Ira J. McCurdy, who has been undergoing treatment for his health in Baltimore has returned to Frederick and is considerably improved.
Miss Mary Caller, of Jefferson, played the wedding march at the wedding of Miss Cora B. Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Adams, of Beaver Creek, Washington county, and Mr. David McFall Walker, of Bristol, Ten., which took place at Beaver Creek on Wednesday. The ceremony was conducted by D. R. Moss, of Beaver Creek.
Sergeant and Mrs. Francis Kennedy will return from their honeymoon this evening and for the present will be at home to their friends at 213 East Third street.
Mr. Richard P. Johnson, has returned to Harvard University, after spending the Easter vacation in Frederick.
Mrs. C. H. Eckstein will leave the latter part of the month for York, Pa., where she will make her future home with her daughter, Mrs. William Ralling. Her friends regret very much her leaving Frederick. A few Pythian Sisters called upon Mrs. Eckstein recently, to extend a farewell to one of their number.