Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
wood- begin Alle- Gar- George Wil- Wash- of Burt, Mil- Tho- Frank N. Hayes, Ful- Kitimiller KitzMiller, Md., Jan. 2S. Sulphur Methodist Choir iras en- tertÂ»lned with Â« chicken and iiso supper Â»t the home ol Mr. and W. K. 8chwinÂ»bÂ«rt. Present were: Prof, and Mrs. Frank Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. James Dlxon. Mr-, and Mrs. Joseph GerÂ»ieU, Mlwes Audry, Bernlce and Laurence Idleman, Miss Wlnona Green, Carroll and Dick Schwlnabart. Herndon 'KHzmiller, Mr. and Mrs. W. Scb,winabart and sons, Donald and-Charlen 29. Hall, were Tea Mary The Fireman's Atufllary met with the president, Mrs. Grace Evans, Wednesday night. Flans for Joining the Maryland State Firemen's As- sociation were made. A silver tea will be held at the home of Mrs. Mary Cessnlc, Tebruary Â«, Others attending were Mesdames Amanda Mosser, Mamie Shank, Olive Sowers, Cora Campbell, Beryl Wilson, June ODonnell. Bessie Dawson, Anna Wilson, Gertrude BurreU, Daisy Paugh and Sonny Shank. Dwlght Barrick, W. F. Schwina- bart, Eagle Lodge, No. 77, and J. Norman and W. Blaiae Kalbaugh, Elk Lodge, No. 44, attended the Pythian convention at Olive Branch Lodge, Keyser, Tuesday night. The Fifth Pythian Convention will be held at the rooms of Lodge, No. 44, Elaine, In April. Walter Schwinabart, merchant, badly damaged his car when it lided with a coal truck on Blaine HilU Joseph Yukon and James Moore left for Baltimore for inductior examination In T7. S. Army. Carl Mosser received a call to report for classification at Oakland Monday. James Paugh, Washington, was home. f Mrs. Melvin Preston and daugh- ter, Carol Jean, Washington, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Paugh. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Beeman nounce the birth of a son at Monday. Pvt. Thomas returned to . Camp Edwards, Mass/ ' . Â· Mrs. Elizabeth Cross Spiker re- ceived a sprained ankle in a fall down steps.