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Mr. and Mrs. William S. Busick were at Atlantic City fro the week-end.
Lieut. and Mrs. Ralph S. Barnaby will be chaperons at the Gamma Delta Fraternity dance to be give at the Wesley Heights Club tonight.  They will have as their guest, Mr. J. C. Junkin, of Louisville, KY, who is in Washington to secure some patents from the Government.  Lieut. and Mrs. Barnaby will leave on Wednesday probably by plane to attend the Annual Air Show in Detroit.

Elmira 1932
Mrs. Ralph Barnaby will entertain a number of the members of the League of American Pen Women at tea on her lawn this afternoon, when Miss Marguerite Merigold and Miss Katherine Jacobs will preside at the tea table.  Mrs. Barnaby will be assisted in receiving by Miss Jean Stephenson, ,president of the Washington chapter, and Miss Ruth Forney, Lieut. Comdr. Barnaby will leave Washington Friday fro Philadelphia to bring to Washington the glider which Mrs. Barnaby will use in the third national soaring meet to be held at Elmira, N.Y., July 11.  Mrs. Barnaby received her glider's license at the meet last year.
John. C Junkin -
father of Elwood J. "Sam" Junkin
Inventor of farm machinery - Dayton
     "    "   "    "       No. Dakota   -
Dredge stopped            (Carter hew[[?}}Co.)
floods in Drayton, N. Dakota
John C. Junkin
Junkin Safety Appliance CO.
Louisville Ky. 1969 John Jc.
This visit to add to other
patents - 1. Junkins Safety board [[?]]
          2. Junkins SAF400-Saf-Sight
          3. Junkin Split Type Stretcher
          4. Junkin Electro Sack [[?]] Shield

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