Clipped From Cumberland Sunday Times
Thomas THOMAS, W. Va., Nov. 8—An Armistice Day program will be presented in the- Thomas High School gymnasium tomorrow at 10 . m. * The program will be as follows; Ushers, Bill Rot, Jean McCray, . „-., . . .J Howard Cosner and Wilda Aano:d, piano prelude, Carol Ann Cooper •"•»* rce advance-. and Barbara Coiobrcse; advancement advancement of the Flag by Joseph Grcc- co sind Robert Yeugcr; Carmen Monda, vocal solo; war with the following participants, Robert Jones, sketches; Lorraine O'Haver, 'The Soldier;" Carol Caw, "In 'i! Field" and Jean Close, "'. Hn -vc: a Rendezvous With Denlh." will give the prayer; mo of si ent prayer at lie.clock A vocal solo will be given by Mrs. Donovan Riley. The principal speaker will be Cecil Stalnaker of Parsons, W. Va.; a vocal solo by Mrs. Donovan Rjley; Rev. A. B. moment lowed by the retirement of colors and concluding with "Taps" by Patsy Patsy Santasgelo.