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Jan. 10, 1958

Posted 2018-08-09

Jan. 10, 1958

    Conicville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker, Debbie, Hilbert Barb and Anna Louise spent last week at Panama City, Florida, with S-Sgt. and Mrs. Douglas Painter…Mr. and Mrs. Carson Bowers, Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. George Foltz and children, Hamburg, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Miller and children, Harrisonburg, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bowers, Washington, D. C. enjoyed Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Hamilton.

    Maurertown. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richman were Mr. and Mrs. Claud Richman of Augusta, W. Va., Mrs. Luther Feller, Miss Anna Elizabeth Feller, Mrs. Lucy Richman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gochenour…Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Dellinger visited Sunday afternoon in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Alger Lee Weaver of Fairview and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clem of St. Luke.


    Cynthia Kay Weatherholtz is somewhat special to the nurses in the maternity section of Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital in Woodstock. She was born prematurely last December 8 and weighed only two pounds 13 ½ ounces. Her chances of survival were very slim, however, thanks to a special incubator called an isolette, Cynthia Kay is doing fine. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Weatherholtz. Her mother was the former Judy Reedy of Edinburg. Her father is employed by the Williams Construction Company of Nashville, Tenn. Cynthia Kay is 15 ¼ inch long infant, and is the smallest baby born at the hospital to survive.