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Grandma Glass - _.,.: family, MIND YOUR M A N N E R S Test your...
_.,.: family, MIND YOUR M A N N E R S Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the fol- lowing questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: it good taste for a woman as her liusbnnd with her to criticize the way a woman whose husband is overseas "mopes around"? 2. When you are out In a crowd should you make a flat statement that you think a certain type of volunteer war work is a waste of time? Milford Craig and daughtei, , Le* Helmick, Cleveland, o,. ·.;- Mrs. Milt Morcland, Mfi ·, Kltzmillcr, two sons, Oliio P; ; p] Mrs. Jennie Glass, Swanton, :,:· Mrs. Her.ry Cosner and i i Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. A-,1 Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Grant. Bayard; Rev. John Fike, Jam. jj f mick, Eglon; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Shaffer, }Ars. Nelle Hart, Ml. Junior . voii iria*e a. ORDINANCE NO. 1711 AN ORDINANCE OP THE MAYO?. J CFTY COUNCIL OP CUMJBlr-.rj-f MARYLAND. ENTITLED. "AN C?j NANCE PROVIDING f\3R NOTICE THE OWNERS OP PROPERTY '.f TINO ON LOWELL AVENUE PRO:/ : ,i INTERSECTION WITH BSDPORD STri. uiiTu rns ijrrsfSCTiOit wW J a r-y K. is work you do to contrast with how little some other people do? 4. Should a woman whose hus- band is in service feel that she already has "done her bit" and must not be expected to do any volun- teer war work? 5. In volunteering for war work, should you plan to devote a definite number of hours a week, or Just try to fit It in to your regular schedule hit or miss? What would you do if-- You are planning a buffet sup- per- f a ) Don't Invite any war wives, since you feel that you must have an equal number of men and women guests? b Realize that in wartime it is much more important to be hospitable to lone women than to have an equal num- is CUMBERLAND. MARYLAND, Or ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE JX):-. J GRADING, C U B B I N G . AND/OR PAVING AlO on IK* IMPROVING SAID PART OP WHEREAS, on the 9th AlJ ot f.;,t 9«. an Ordinance for Ihe Ing. nd/or paring improving slid p a r t of as sel out in the Ull« of t h l » O r r - In ihe Citr Cumberland. Mi: ber of guests? men and women Answers 1. No. 2. No. For you may be entirely wrong and yet your might keep someone from going on be introduced', ind WHEREAS, on Ihit day ihe of said Ordinance .In pursuance powers granted to the Mayor i:,-± ,; Council of Cumberland, by An': · of the Code of Puollc Local Lt-.i M a r y l a n d pertaining to the Ctmrtt: City of Cumberland, nd oi its ;*:,- powers r e f e r r e d lo In ld A r be duly c o n s i d e r e d by the M City Council of Cumberland. k:.\ persons to be a f f e c t e d thereby ·*-... -, and there be dulv hettrd. NOW. THEREFORE: SECTION 1. ' BE IT ORDAINE:, THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL CUMBERLAND. That the City Cli.-u Bt least give ten days notice by p. tlon. twice In each of l«co d a l l y -t-. papers published In the City o! C;.-j land, t h a t at a meeting of the .'-:, and City Council of Cumberland, :: held at 10:00 o'clock A. M.. on :r.» day of August, 1943, n O r d i n a r - i btr introduced providing for the F : H curbing, g u t t e r l n p . and/or pavlr.r otherwise Improving of Lowell .'.;·: f r o m it.i intersection with Bedford $.- to its Intersection with Frederick -·:· statement in the city of C u m b e r l a n d . M h . f,Vi:!inm ; j r .;;n ? |N o Red rr.j type of war work. 3. No. - 4. Of course not. 5. If at all the s b m e being public E L r e e l City, and not U.ss t h a n one bi',:( lencih. and ten y r a r j hive elapsi-c the completion of ttie grading, (-,: suucrlng *iiii/or pavip.g and ou,-.:-.] i m p r o v l n R said pan oi said sm-v said meeting all persons to :i by intd proceedings jluH be lo j the o. it in. au H^'U.C, . » » "«!- ^ | a n o p p o r t u n i t y to plan on devoting a definite number'the passage ot said ordinance. of houi's a week. Better "What Would You Do" solution--(b). Mrs. Arthur Moreland Rites Elk Garden, W. Va., July 28--Fu- neral service was conducted Monday at Locust Grove Brethren Church for Mrs. Lana Moreland, 48, wife of! Arthur Moreland, Gormania, who died following a mnjor operation I Friday at Fotomac Valley Hospital. Keyser. Rev. Daniel Spade, Eglon, officiated. Interment was in Merc- land Cemetery. A daughter of the late Mr. and i Vlrs. John Helmick, she was born tt Eglon and was a member of the! Brethren church. i Survivors art; four daughters and i one son, Mrs. Olin Jones, Mrs. Mary Cosner, Gormania; Misses Cletus and Naomi at home, Clarence near Gormania; sisters Mrs. John More- land, Gormania, Mrs. Jennie Glass, Swanton; Mrs. Cora LJpscomb, St. George; Mrs. Esta Bennett, Erwin, and brother, James Helmick, Eglon. Pallbearers and flower girls were: j John Moreland, Oliver Moreland,! Homer Moreland, James Helmick, i Rev. Zina Cosner, Kermit Cosner,! |Angie, Kathryn and Mildred More- land, Mable Shillingburg, Loia Head. Norma Cosner, Vauda Cosner, Pearl McDowell, Geraldlne Cosner, Loma Lee Cosier. Among those attending were: Mrs. 1 SECTION 2. AND BE IT ORDAINED. That this Ordinance t*k» e f f e c t f r o m the d a t e Passed this 28th d»)- of J u l y , EDGAR BEYNOU-I A c t l n j A t t e s t : S. E, GRIMINOEH, City Clerk. Glenn will Edna Special Thursday Only Ib. COBEY ENGtE MEAT MARKETj Phone 50 Frb5thm;l| D A N C Every Wednesday Night Mulianey Bldg, Mt, Savage Music by The Commandos

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 28 Jul 1943, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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