Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
KITZMILLER Kltwniller, Md., June 1 BfrthiUy Party Mr. »nd Mrs. Russell Pelchtner gave a party in honor of their daughter Marrlet(*'s tenth birthday. birthday. Thow present were: Garland Garland Patigh, Dixie Burreli; "Jackie" jBurre», Betty Jane Shank; Harvey, Dorothy Harvey, Margaret Karris, Mary Lou Clark, Laura Belle Burr*ll, UI» Mae Burrell. Burrell. Carry Griffith, Joy Rae OTJon- nell. Marjory Klnkead. Mary Jo Mr! B. its 1. to Personal* ~ 7 Robert F. Prltts *nd son, Bobbie, who have been ill,.- have recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Alva. Bender, of Washington, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. *3. I. Bender. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Don Bender and son Mark. Dr. R. R. Calandrella, Baltimore, visited his family. Mrs. Myra Campbell, Baltimore, is visiting relatives- Mr, and Mrs, Grover Poole and son, Bayard, visited Mrs. Ora WeichL Homer McDonald is in Marine Hospital, Pittsburgh, with a. fractured fractured elbow and other injuries received received in CCC Camp. Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler and son, and Robert Lee Wilson, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs! Clark Walker and Mr. and Mrs. June Wright, of Pittsburgh, visited W. D. Walker. Miss Wavia Martin, Burlington, visited her mother at ShaJlmar. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long and daughter, Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ellenberger and daughter, Cresson, Pa., and Mr. and' Mrs! Frank Adams, Hagerstowh', 'visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adams, ' The Shallmar mines worked five days last week. The first for several several months. They are working under a receivership. j j .