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Mr. John Rudolph (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

...James Rudolph of Glenn Mills, Pa. and Samuel Rudolph of Eddystone, Pa.; six daughters, Elizabeth Bates of Parkside, Pa., Carol Carrow of Aston, Pa., Joan Rudolph of Eddystone, Pa., Dorothy Collar, of Ind., Kathleen Wright of Aston...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/12/23/obi_365536.shtml
Obituaries
Mrs. Anna Bailey

...Garden Club. Mrs. Bailey died August 15, 2001. She was 71 years old. Survivors include her son, Stephen L. Bailey of Eddystone; daughters, Judith A. Wensel of Boothwyn, Linda M. Trueworthy of Augusta, Ga., Rosemarie Heine of Jacksonville, Fla...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/08/23/obi_320663.shtml
Obituaries
Mrs. Williametta M. Graham (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

...William S. and Illa Mae Louise Carroll Bailey. She had lived in Hephzibah since 1977 and was a Methodist and graduate of Eddystone High School. She also was a supporter of the Humane Society. Additional survivors include two sons, John W. Graham and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/05/26/obi_454272.shtml
Obituaries
Ways available to cut unwanted solicitations

...1.3 trillion in 1998, according to a study for the Direct Marketing Association by the research firm The WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. Direct marketers, however, have been criticized for sharing private consumer information to build their customer...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/25/bus_266353.shtml
Business
Fed now urged to cut interest rates

...would have to be some substantial movement downward from here," said Daniel Bachman an economist with the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. "I don't think the market has fallen enough to constitute an emergency." Competing domestic and international...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/09/02/bus_237766.shtml
Business
Factory orders increase for fourth consecutive month

...international markets, manufacturing just has an awful lot of momentum," said economist Priscilla Trumbull of the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. "It's going to take three to six months before there's a significant slowdown and even then we're talking about...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/11/06/biz_217081.shtml
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Manufacturing orders brisk in February

...unquestionably a strong report. So, yes, the Fed is on the right track," said economist Kurt Karl of The WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. Durable goods - long-lasting items ranging from aircraft to computers - are a key barometer of the nation's manufacturing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/03/27/biz_205909.shtml
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Versatile guitar picker also has a talent for drawing

...parents' old 78-rpm records on a wind-up Victrola."I remember I loved this old 78 record of Burl Ives that had The Eddystone Light on one side and The Blue Tail Fly on the other," the North Augusta resident recalled. "And I loved hearing the John...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/ramblin-rhodes/2011-07-21/versatile-guita
Industrial production closes with 5 percent increase in '97

...should mean it won't really derail the economy's performance," said economist Priscilla Trumbull of the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. She expects a 1998 production gain between 3.5 and 4 percent. The stock market got a respite from Asian worries...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/17/bus_220727.shtml
Business
Sales slump may mean no interest-rate increase

...tightening at the next meeting and I think there's a good chance of that," said economist Sandra Shaber of the WEFA Group in Eddystone, Pa. In March, the Federal Reserve engineered a quarter-point interest rate increase aimed at slowing growth to a level...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/13/biz_209791.shtml
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