Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
KITZMILLER KitzmlUer, Md., Oct. 16 The condition of Rev. B. f. Fol- isom former piusior of the Methodist Church U sllshily improved at Mey- er's Oilnlc, Philippi; Mr*. Foliom stored, their furniture lÂ»st week, from the purzonage, where the ne !y appointed Rev, W. R. Wrlston will reside. He preached at Nethken WU Church, Kit Garden. Sundoy morn- Ing ami :K1tzmlllcr at night. The Ladies Aid will hold Â» harvest home supper In the church, base- ment tomorrow. : Tlie Lovaltv Sunday School Class Lucas N. J. Carl mother, in Miss A the The will aunt, met at the home of Mrs. Arlle B a r rick last night. Wolfe Den Coal Co., ghallmar, operated only one day last week, due to the surplus of coal on the market. Work has been resumed by WPA labor on paving 1 Unio. street from the postofflce building extending to [the corporation limit. Mr. and Mi-s. Charles Mclntytc, Cumberland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barrel Rafter. Roy R a f t e r Â»nd sen, Jick, erland, vlMied h!Â« xlstsr, Mrs. S. S. Bender. Ida Lyon returned from Shaw. Mr. and Mrs.' Bradford Harvey announce the birth of Â«, daughter Marilyn. Jane, Sunday Â»t Vlndex, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Streets, Miss ,ucy Streets, Allegheny Frefnt; Mrs Solly Simmons, Pinnacle Ridge; Mr and Mr*." George Stonebraker, Oak- mont; Halph Poling, .,iiaw; Mrs Edith PÂ«w, Ruble, He'ni-j The t art. dames Dlxon, nty, Mrs. Mr. ard, Wm. Stonebrakei' Â»nd Charles Tuol vlsltad Mrs. S. I. Ruble, Ncthken, who cry 111. Mrs. Blanch* Wilson returned to Burlington. Wesley Pike sustained laceration of hU f a c e from Â» fall down Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Junklas, son. Jr., Â»nd daughter, MaryY re- turned from New York. Donald WÂ»ybrlght enlisted in the U, S. A r m y Gerald Waybricht, Ctmp Meade, visaed parÂ«ntÂ«, Mr, Â»nd Mrs. day collec- Schi- Albert Waybright, Kethken. Mr. *nrf Mrs. Frank Adtms, Pitts- burgh, were guests of Mr/ and Mrs. i Lester Adams. Vindex. i Miss Rella Dolly returned to Old Samuel McKenzie ------- ^ . , Â»... M ^. , ------------- ---- .. Madame I fractured fingers of the right wn ii e employed on WPA. . j.ne iront^vuh j Mr ; a n ( j Mrs ;n 0 b e ,.t Sprague and 16. De- son, Bobby, and Mrs. Johnson . J K e m p t o n , and Mr. and jSprngue, Jr., Gonnanlh. visited their parent? here Sunday. Ray Blackburn, coal operator, re- turned to "Winchester. Mrs. Maud Knotts is vlsitlnn Mr. Mrs. Helen Jr. A Mr*. car turn and He from to ser, for was to son, ris. and W.