Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on September 17, 1944 · Page 18
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EIGHTEEN SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SJJN1JAY, n, 15*44 trostburg Mt. Savage Oakland Lonaconing Ityrnlmun Tri-Tmcnt News From Towns In Cumberland Territory Bayard Key lft \ Davis /Jer// 0 Parsons Frost b it rg Plan Recreation (Farrady I'osl Opens ! He-Jen Braskey, Nlkep, returned ., . . . ,, . : after spending a week with Sgt. Membership iJnveiand .Vfrs. H. F. High and daughter, Carole Ann, at, Port Royal and T1 _„,, ^ : ProstburB, Sept. 16 — Carl P.;Parrls Island, S. C. Mrs. Itigh and: V Ol" WllllCl* oCclSOll jMayer, past commander has been'daughter also returned. j I appointed chairman of a committee j Mrs. Charles Cowans and Mrs.] ito conduct a membership drive for Ado Lancaster returned after at-| Rev. Francis E. .Muiitgom.iFarraUy Past No. 24, American Le-!tending the funeral of William| II IK" r> iglon. Other members of the com-'Keller In Kltzmiller. ! ery Meads finance lyroiip mlttee are Pay Anderson, Dnniel: Calvin Bucklew, Sl-C, spent a:„!„., for ML-W I anrn Which Meets Tuesday Muter. Tho • - - <- -• - uccs M1Si Laura •Xx Tri-Stat Obituary Keyser, W. Va. Pa rent-Tea cher s Group To Meet Fro-siburg, Sept. Id—P. Krciubursj, president of Frostburg j Thomas Leake, Louis Smith,, 17-day furlough with his parents. Charles Wade, William J. Morgan,I Mr. and Mrs. Calvin S. Bucklew : Arthur Morris, Marshall skidmore, of Gllmore. His wife, Mrs. Toddy Moore, Robert Lee, Ander- i Miller Buckley, accnmnnnled him Recreation' Association, announced : son Green. Olin R. Splker. Griff ith j to his base, Seattle. Wash. Seaman the appointment of 'he following Lewis ' "William Festerman, John j Bucklew has served nine months In e apponment o e oowng ' , committees to formulate plans for| Alexander - E^l R - Miller. Thomas the South Pacific; and has taken the association's activities /or the MeGunn. Benjamin Stevens. Guy P.part in three major campaigns. youth of the community for the fall Alexander. Grant Durst, Gregory A memorial service for Pfc. James and winter season. Rev. Francis E. Montgomery will I i the finance .Byrnes. Cecil James, Fred Dean and 'A. Stevenson will be observed Suns Yates. :day a: 7:30 p. m. at the First The drive for new members is-Methodist Church. The pastor. Rev. underway wiih an effort being made •- John E. Stacks, will officiate. Pfc. ice Ryan, William J. Elvin. Dr. John to secure a record number lor thus year beginning October 1. son ot Mr. and Mrs. 'Albert Steven-son, was killed in ac- The first report will be submitted lion August 2 in France, al the formal opening of the post's H. Morgan. Guy nnd Miss Ellen Harvey will serve asi chjb rooms sciicduled Ior co-chairmen of the games commit- .u^ = ,. „_-.. 7 - , _ _ - , •* ..T- ll/v\Ji Q, U H11U I, ""~ with Mrs. Margaret Winner,! Lonaconing iS - Tri-Toictls tee Martin Hartlg and Dr. Stanley Kerns as memberR. Hurry E. CKly- crs, Richard T. Rlzer and Mrs. Alice Ryan will comprise the dance committee. On Tuesday at 7:30 p m. the finance committee will meet at thinly hall, to discuss means of raising funds to carry on the activity project through the winter months. This slimmer, the playground, sponsored by the association, had! Lonaconing. Sept. 16.—A hamburg fry and wiener roast wns held at! Dan's Rock with the following at- [ tending: Mesdames Agnes Peel, Bella Moses, Jean Orr, Edithi Stakem, Edna Bradburn, Elizabeth! Kelly, Agnes Poote, Agnes Mar-j shall, Sally Schramm, ^Margnreij Dixon. Mary: Charlotte] Lois; Award Proposed For Smiley Act Miss Laura C A Uamiii ^ jMrs. T. L. Light, President, Announces Various Piedmont. W. Va., Sept. 16 — Ser- C. Hamill. Kenny Hill, who died Wednesday were held this morning at St. Peter's Catholic church, Westernport, with Solemn high muss with Monsignor A. Scarpati, pastor, celebrant. The Rev. Leon Warcznskl, assistant pastor was deacon, and the Rev. Chai les Quinn, assistant pastor, sub-deacon. Monsignor Scarpati delivered the sermon. Interment was in Philos cemetery. The active pallbearers were; Ed- Dr. J. Norman Reeves, Dr. Raymond W. Reeves, Amer Suter and George Boyles. Honorary pallbearers; Joseph L. Mansfield, Judge Robert McVeigh Drane, George Robertson, Jr., Burt Wilson. Miles Haran, G. Harley Dixon, J. C. Boor, Ralph Fike and David Thomas. Janet M. Walters Lonaconing, Sept. 16 — Services Keyser, W. Va., Sept. 16. — The Parent and Teachers Association of the Keyser schools will begin the year's activities with a reception for the teachers and patrons of the school, at the home of the president, Mrs. T. L. Bright, 148 State street, Monday evening, from 7:30 until 10:30. The following officers and com- mittoo cha4fHretV-^ifiit- a ervc- fo Remains Days in Enemy Territory Under Heavy Fire Tri-Towns, Sept. IS—T-5 William jfor Janet Three month " ola program, Mrs. R children for the 10 weeks it was! Cuthbertsorii EL , lc McKenzie, Mae open. J. E. Grindle was director Matthews, Ethel and was assisted by Thomas Lewis. Robert Klrby, Mrs. Emily Stewart, Margaret Hendley, Betiy Geis, Corlista Murphy, Betty Wilson and Military Rockwell. More than 30 types of recreational activities were provided and six evening programs were held for the benefit of the entire community. Crelghton, Leona Groves, Gentry, Ethel Dick, Margaret, Arnold. Annie Gard- Mi- Rock street, Weslernport, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smiley, Philos avenue, Westernport, lias been recommended to receive the Bronze Star for Mrs. John Galen Walters, Water- cllffe street, will be conducted Bunday at 2 p. m. at the home. The Rev. George E. Baughman, pastor of the First-Methodit.1 ehtn-ch, Cumber--see7-sorely; land, will officiate. Interment will • be in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lona- i-m;K, wiarsarei, Ainuiu. Annie oaru- „„,.„_,,, . .„,,„ . ,, T . ner, Janie Marshall. Martha C.rin-!ff 1! ^ ntn ^ " l . actlOT V by ^' Mir» anrt m,h P ri. n,,«Mi : H Kennedy, commandin die and Robert Russell. Members of Pride of Lonaconing Council No. 96, Daughters ol Amer-, ica, surprised Mrs. Isabel Nighten-i battalion. ,, , C °'.- ommanding hLs . Smiley did, without regard for his own gale on her birthday with a hand-,"" 1 '. *"•»""'• "-'Baru ior ins own ^rc-hief «hno.-pi- i safety, voluntarily expose him.?elf -| Grand Past Chief Clubs Grand : tivlties provided {or the various age .Temple session which will be he!d; year t- nme months In the South groups, met with a splendid reccp-1 in Cumberland next year. Miss j Pnc)fic - Before entering the service tion by the children. Observers at-[Helen Thompson is district deputy:"? was employed at the trlbuted the decline here in juve-jyrand chief; Mrs. Nellie Miller. iplantl Cumberland, nile delinquency to the plan which grand mistress of finance, and rep- War Fund Drive offered children a way to spend[resentatives are Emma Wilkes.j The Quota for Piedmont in the their leisure hours. The cost of the program $1,0-11.45 for salaries and SI 18.53 for i Helen Thompson and Annie .Wat- Waru .,., * . tnm tembcr 28 drive which opens Sep- been set at ,. . The deacons of the First Pres-i approximately So from each family, the purchase of equipment. Con-lbyterian Church will hold a bazaar '- G Eor §e Boyd and T. J. Martin Iributions. amounting to $1,200, were I Wednesday in the church annex. ! are J oint chairmen of Piedmont dis- recelvcd from the following: Mnyorj A dinne'r of the Lonnconing Re-! trict and °- Hurley DLxon is treas- and city commissioners. 51,000; j publican Club will be held Septem- 1 tlrer Frostburg lodge No. 348, Loyal Or-;her 25 in the K. of P. Hall in Gets Seventh Cluster der of Moose. $50: Frostburg coun-| honor of the Legislative Council of ell, 1442. Klght.s of Columbus, 550; Maryland. Tickets are available at Frostburg Aerie, 1273. Fraternal Order of Eagles, $50. and Frostburi? Lodge, No. 470, B.P.O. Elks, $50. the Lonaconing Republican Club I*crsonal and General The Ladies social club of Fratcr- Jial Order of Eagles will nominate candidates for offices. Monday, 8 p. in. The meeting will conclude with a social hour and refreshments with Mcsdame.s Virginia Ix>gue and Beatrice LaPorta in charge. A fair will be held at College Ele- rnentnry school Mondey with all six grades contributing. Judging will be between 4 and 6 p. m. and the open- Ing will be at 7 p. m. A party Is also j parent - Teacher Association planned with a program of games,[meet Monday at 8 p. in. Tlie seventh oak leaf cluster has been awarded Lt. Richard Lininger, = _.__ pilot of' a P-47 fighter plane, based nnd at the Young Men's Republican;'" France who completed fifty missions up to Aug. 21. He Is the hus- of Mrs. Eleanor Kight Lining- Main street. Westernport, and 'Chtb. Frostburg. : The Lonaconing Lions Club will! .meet Monday at the K. of P. Hall, er, T-Sgt. James Cross, Barton, whoja son of the late Mr. and Mrs. is home after completing 30 mis- j Floyd Lininger. Westernport. _i i— : .— _..=>, Butler-Harshbarger Miss DelorLs Louise Harshbarger, daughter of Mrs. Louise Harshbarger, a Lyons street. Piedmont, and the late Charles Harshbarger, and Cpl. Charles S. Butler, Camp Pick- sions over enemy territory, will speak. "Peter Pan," a Clnratree Major production, sponsored by the Allegany County Council Parent Teachers Association, will be given September 26 at 1:30 at Central High School. Mrs. Walter McKenzie, president,(were married yesterday at 7 p. m. announces that the Jackson School j In the chapel of Trinity Methodist Marie Walters, four- daughter of Pvt. and coning. Kelly Bernard Thompson Keyser, W. Va., Sept. 16—Kelly Bernard Thompson, 7B, died Friday night at Potomac Valley Hospital shortly after admission. He had been in good health but became suddenly ill yesterday. He was a retired B. and O. fireman and a member of the Olive Branch Lodge 25, Knights of Pythias. He is survived by two sisters, Miss Georgia Thompson and Mrs. Florence Haut, of Sclo, Ohio. His wife, Mrs. Ella Calhoun Thompson, died in 1928. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Presbyterian Church, with Rev. H. S. Myerly, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, officiating;. Interment will be In Queens Point Cemetery. John W. Beekman Elk Garden, W. Va., Sept. 16.— Services will be conducted Monday at 2:30 p. m. at the home, for John Walter Beckman, 60, farmer, two miles southwest of Swanton, who died Friday evening from internal injuries sustained when a team of horses ran away. Interment will be In Thayervllle Cemetery, Thayerville, Md. He was a son of John C. and Marv Susan Fredlock. Committee Chairmen school year of 1944-1945: idetit, Mrs. Prances Rlggleman, by the October meeting for the achievement day program to be held in November. Miss Bean also displayed a booklet concerning what the United States is furnishing the conquered nations in the way of food. The theme for dlscv^sion at the October meeting will be What Can We Do iin Our Community For Better j Family Living?" Those present were Mesdames Frances Riggleman, L. R. Llewellyn, H. R. Hoffa, T. H. Frankhouser, Ritta Camp, Ruth Michael, Erma Wright, Lela Henry, Donald Cole, Kenneth Cole and Maude A. Bean. I Ladies Auxiliary Meets Tine Ladles' Auxiliary of the McCoole Fire Co., held their meeting Thursday evening followed by a .wiener roast. ~thtnTHQSe "present were Mesdnmes I Ei-ma Wright, Delsa Wright, Lena CLASSIFIED 2—Automotive 1940 FORD . 4-door tr.; 1037 Bulck 4-door tr.; 1935 Plymouth l ,i ton truck; 1935 Plymouth 2-door 1 Dingle Esso Station. 9-14-tf-T WE BUY AND SELL USED IUT NOT AIUSED CARS Gulick's Auto Exchange J25 S. Centre St. - Phone. 4518 President, Mrs. T, L. Bright; first'Duckworth, Margaret Robinson, vice president, Mrs. P. V. Watson; j ix>ln Inskeep, Lucy Kempher, Clara second vice president, Mrs. Jay Johnson, recording secretary, Jeannette McOuffle; corresponding secretary, Mrs Howard Cline; treasurer, J. P. Judy; faculty advisors, J. P. Judy, J. C. Sanders; historian. 1 Mrs: George McNeil! The committee chairmen General chairman, Mrs. E. A. See: i with Robinson, Ada Lee Wells, Hilda Rhodes, Marvin Sheets, Margaret Liller, Lela Henry and Master Eugene Rhodes. Personal and General ! Mrs. Helen Deputy left today for j Washington to meet her husband, are:] Cpl. Rex Deputy, who is stationed Cash For Your Car All Models Taylor Motor Co. N. Mechanic St. Phone 395 Stoutamyer; i cpl. the army at Bocarotan, Fla.l Deputy will accompany hlsj Juvenile protection, Mrs. E. A. See; j wife home for a short furlough. health and summer roundup, Mrs.; A-C Richard Romig has returned! John Rice; legislation. Mrs. E. A/to Columbus, Miss., after spending ~~ SHowalter; |a" furlough with his wife and family. . character and spiritual education,! Pvt. Donald L. Cross returned to Mrs. L. H. Burns; citizenship, MrsJJCamp Livingston, La., after spend- Harry Taylor; Congress publications and national Parent-Teacher, Mrs. Martin Watson; education for home and family life, Mrs. Harry Chapman. Exceptional child, Mrs. George McNeil; membership. Mrs. Cleo Swecker; motion picture and visualj Mrs. Walter Kline is a medical ing a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cross. Miss Hazel Mae Steiding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Steiding, of McCoole, is a medical patient at. Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. education, Mrs. Jay Johnson; music, Mrs. W. L. Wilson; parent education, Mrs. Ray Bright; procedure and by-laws, N. L. Rogers; publicity, Mrs. J. ~R. Elliott; radio. Mrs. Walter Jaworek; rural service, Mrs. R. L. Dennison; International relations, Mrs. Thomas Collins; youth recreation. Rev. A. R. Show- patient at Potomac Valley Hospital. The Ladies B. and O. Cooperative Traffic Program will meet Monday Evening at 7:30 in the I. O. O. F. Hall, on Mineral street. There will be an election of officers. Mrs. Leonard Dayton, of McCoole, received word that her son. T-4 Frederick Dayton has been trans- alter; home room representative,jferrcd from Ca'mp Haan, California, Mrs. P. C. Watson: budget and finance, Mrs. E. A. See; hospitality. to Camp Clairborne, La. His wife and son have been with him in Mrs. Robert Miller; property, James:California for the past three months Goldsworthy; war effort, Mrs Harry Ashenfelter; pre-school child, Mrs. Enrl Hess; well child conference. Mrs. John Rice; scholarship, Mrs. J. R. Shryock. Miss Miller-Rhodes Susie Miller, of Bloomington, Md., and Pfc. William M. Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rhodes, 188 W. Piedmont St., Keyser, were married at Cumberland, September 13. The bride wore a street dress of dusty rose with black accessories. Mr. Beckman was a member of i Her only attendants were Mr. and the Episcopal log church, Altamont. I Mrs. William Rhodes, parents of the Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Elsie Zelfa (Miller) Beckman; a son, Thomas M., at home; two sisters. Miss Florence Beckman, home, and Mrs. Sadie step-sisters, Wilt, Mrs. Swanton; three Bessie Barker, Keyser; Mrs. Ethel Matthews, Cumberland; Mrs. Melissa Ranies, ett, Va., son of Mr. and Mrs. How- j St. Petersburg, Fla. I ard Butler, Jones street, Piedmont, songs and dances in the auditorium. Handwork pieces, baked pastries and the James Mclntyre, Jr., 35, was In- will church. Piedmont. The ceremony was performed by jured while at work at the Pulp | tor. the Rev. James L. Robertson, pas- rofresrimenUs will be sold by Parent-Teachers Association. : pltal, Keyser, W. Va.. Mr. and Mrs, Merlin Cutherman. jfcom a chipped vertebrae Mill. He is In Potomac Valley Hos-j Miss Evelyn Biggs, pianist, pli\}-ed suffering j the wedding processional, "Sweetest ! Story Ever Told" and "I Ixwc You Welsh Hill, announce the birth of; Isaac Love returned from Ball-; Truly." a son yesterday at Miners hospital.'more. The father is in the navy. • s -2C William Nolan The degree team of Daughters of 1 to Balnbridge, Md. He spent a 1 Junior Clark. Orchard street Pied- Pocohontas will meet Sunday, 1:30,leave here following boot training.! mont was best man Mrs. Gladys Taylor. Jones street, returned! Piedmont, was the bride's maid, and p. m. at Junior Order hall. Sgt. Eddie Nolan returned to Fort! The bride wore a blue dress with Capt. Robert Mctger returned to;George G. Mcade, Md., after visit-1 navy accessories and corsage of pink Camp Bowie, Texas, after visiting i Ing here. his mother, Mrs. Emma MetKcr, James M. "K'rrvc r nt>nntm or»r! Vile wl'r* *Ji« f/iT*_ i ! overseas duty. Frost avenue, and his v:ifc. the mer Miss Mary Virginia Walker. Miss Imogene Caudill and Mrs Julia Ann Cnudill were called to j to Washington after visiting •Johnson City, Term., because of: mother, Mrs. Jennie Pecble.s. '• rosebuds. Lanqlcy Sl-C, U. S.i Mr 3 . Taylor was attired in a gold -iNavy, Is home on furlough after! with navy blue accessories '- ! and corsage of yellow- rose buds. . Miss Elizabeth Langley returned i The bride is a graduate of Pied- her|mont high school, class of 1943, and . ------ ------ - ------ tho cJeiUh of Col. John R. French.: Miss Julia Budrles nnd MLssJ | is employed at the Tri-Towns Cut- Zildman Soldier with Famous Merrill 9 s Marauders in Burma ! Rnte, Piedmont. j Before entering the service, Cpl. I Butler was employed at the Luke i plant of the West Virginia Pulp and ' Paper Company. A reception was r>eld at the home or the uncle and aunt of the bride, ; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Grindle, 225 I Maryland avenue, Westernport. As- hrxsiesses were Mrs. Carl much of the time Enroute home by plane, his group j B p sic >" a »d Mrs - Mary Ravenscroft, flKhtine. three al-iorrerrvi t,, rc-mMr, In c.i.^hlanrr, for Piedmont, aunts of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Butler have rented mont. Farewell Party Frostburg. Sept. 16—After three|(o Australia and New Caledonia. >cnrs oversea,". *pent In Jungle fighting, three at-j offered to remain In Casablanca forj tacks of malaria, gun shot woundsj three days, to give their travel prl- jn both legs and shrapnel wounds :n the left hand. Pvt. Jack Miller, .^on r>f Daniel M'.llrr, Zihlman, arrived home this week for a twenty- "TmembeTof'the first group of! mr'AW"^ TvTstato. 1 ' ^'riore^angol£ of ^Robe'n h '°""»-- voluntecrs that left from Jamaica,! than glad to delay their homeward ^vfnlinr "' ior a special mission in September, j bound trip to let the boys who had] in-13, Pvt. Miller, the holder of the! hern in prison camps, get home a I Purple Henrt award and regimental, "t'le sooner. } citation, .spent four months in one i 1" reply to a question ns to .stretch, behind the enemy line.-; in!he thought of the other countries orities to more than 1.000 American I n J l ^P artment - on Joncs strect . plcd - soldlcrs. who had ueen German pris- ~ oners, having been freed when the Russians went into Rumania. Pvt. Miller said the boys In his outfit re-! h ° mc .°, f A farewell party was held at the Mrs. David W. ( , ri who cm " S mlutttr y p~ ta> were: Mrs. Lena Mae Duckworth \fr 0 George visited Cresaptoivn Cresaptown, Sept. 16. — Shnnk. Romnej- W. Va., Mrs. A. G. Sht,nk and family Miss Connie .O^vis, Petersburg, W. Va,, visited here. The O.U.R. Class of Methodist Church will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Virginia Kanaya. The Mary Martha Class will meet at the home of Mrs. Ellsworth I^ewis Tuesday, at 7:30 p. rn. The Cresnptown school cafeteria opened Monday with Mrs. Christina Burns in charge. It is serving 462 hot lunches. bridegroom. Pfc. and Mrs. Rhodes will remain at the home of the groom's parents, until Sunday night, when he will return to Denver. Colorado, where he is stationed with the Army, and she will return to Washington where she Is employed at the Children's Hospital. Mrs. Rhodes will remain in Washington for a month and then join her husband in Col- DON'T FAIL To Contact The Leader Before You Sell Your Used Car. We Pay Top Dollar For A)l Makes and Models. EILER CHEVROLET Inc. 21B N. Mechanic St Phone 143 orado. McCoole Club Meets The McCoole Homemaker's Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Donald Cole, with Mrs. Kenneth Cole, assisting hostess. Miss Maude A. Bean, county demonstration agent, was present and gave out questionnaire programs of the club work for each member to fill out and return to the club pres- and are expected to return home soon. S 2-c James Newcome, son of Dr. and Mrs. James A. Newcome, is spending his leave from Bainbridge, Md., with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, First street, received a call from their son, Y 2-c Richard Smith, stating that he had arrived in New York and would be home Saturday night to spend a 10-day leave. He has been in action on one of the ships that took part in the invasion of: France. ! Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russell, of Rochester. Pa., returned to their home after visiting Mrs. Agnes Hodges. Mrs. R. R. Metheny, of Terra Alta, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Reynolds en route to her home in Toledo, Ohio. Miss Evageline Allamong. who underwent an operation at Potomac Valley Hospital, returned to her home in Grafton today. Mrs. D. J. Elliott, who lias been a medical patient at Potomac Valley Hospital, has returned to the home of her son, J. R. Elliott, on South Main street. Sgt. and Mrs. Warren High arej spending a few clays with relatives) en route from Colorado Springs, Col., to Fort Jackson, Columbia, S. C., where Sgt. High is being transferred. TAYLOR MOTOR CO WILL PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR Top OPA Ceiling Prices Paid Sell Your Used Cor Now And Help Us Keep War Workers In' Transportation To And From Work. Mechanic Phone 395 2—^Automotive Used Cars Bought and Soldi STORAGE & SEHvlCE THE M-G-K MOTOR CC 22) Glenn St. Phone ; Thompson Buick Service On All Makei At Pre-War Prices PHONE H10* Dead Storage For Your Car $3.00 per month GLISAN'S GARAGE 9-8-3;. JOHNSON'S AUTO EXCHANGE Top Cash Prices Paid For Your c Any Mnfce Or Model 307 N. Mechanic St. Phono YES! WE'LL BUY YOU CAR We Need All Makes and Models THE CASH IS HERE FOR YOU AT ONCE GET TOP CEILING PRICE AT ELCAR SALES Headquarters For Tradir: Open Day and Night Opp. Post Office Phono i- ler, Eugene Keys, Donald Gilbert, Robert Mangold. Miss Dorothy R. Mangold, Miss Lucille Price, Mrs. Mary Neat, Joseph Neat and Frank Stewart. Brief Mention The Tri-Towns Ministerial Association will meet at Trinity Methodist church Monday at 2:30 p. m. to discuss observance of the end of the war in Europe with a union thanksgiving service. Devotions will be led by the Rev. James L. Robertson. A balcony has been constructed in the rear of the auditorium of the First Baptist church, Westernport, for the use of four Sunday school classes. Miss Clara Lavorata, Piedmont, entered Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser. th« Burma With bitter lighting rngint! almost continuously, had seen, he said like the good old I Robert, Mrs. Willard Miller Post Chancellor's night will be observed by Lafayette Lodge, No. 3, Knights of Pythias. Monday evening. Mr*. Roy Goldsworlhy returned to New York. Mrs. Hazel Arnold Angle left for and j Greenville, S. C., to visit her hus- -th >•«> ( nn H p i , . , . ., o s e 1 US ."" addlmri d '' u ' ljhte ''' vio - ln - Mn5 - P eor gc Shlng-Iliand, Cpl. William F. Angle. FVt. Miller, a 60 mm. mortar Rim- tnftt "• *s Impossible for those Hv- iicr with Gen. Merrill's Marauders,! ing in this country to understand went Into combat against the Jap-' tne awful conditions under which ;ino.=e Imperial Marines,reputed to: people exist in other pl^CM espcc- SL'.V. - MON. and TL'ES. b" th;: toughest, fighting outfit in the enemy's army, having won thst dls- linr-iion when they took Singapore. While on this assignment, supplies wore dropped by air to the American troops, whose families were krpt nrlvised regarding their welfare from the rornmandins? officer War T, has three j| in service, Pvt. j Pvt. Miller say.s the Japs are good fiahlers and nckls thnt they made rr.slstnnce extremely stiff even with the odds of fncliii; the Americans In front of them and the Chinese army attacking them from the rear. Enlisting in the nrmy at the age oT Ifl. in October, 1940. Pvt. Miller was lir.ct .stationed near Washington. Ho went overseas Novrmhor irui. :m<i w:i.s at a pacific ftatiori, whcni F'fMrl M.irbor was bombed. He was! :LL Jam.ilca for nearly t'.vo years. \vlmrr he received intensive trnln- In2 in JunKlp flchtinc; tactics, while nervine in; garrison duty. Rcpre- fiTitlri! his company as a boxer, he nppearcrt In boiiw in Porto Rica. Bahamas nn>( Cuba. Ho was in combat In other sectors! in India and tells of seoing the Japs | place hand grenades urv.lcr their i herul.i, rommlttlnsr, suicide, in pref-i rrcnee to surrendering. In one battle h« was shot In both logs nnd wounded In the left hnnd by shrapnel. Receiving (rxcellent treatment f»f thf bnsc hospital, ho wn.s soon bnrk on active duty. Pvt. Miller hart l*''fn hOkspitnll/cd thrro times before, run:)K In.' tinrn yrar.s over'.en.i, with a''.-"'!?* of m.ibrtn. H:s travels have also Uk«n Inlly India, where disease and famine claim so many lives daily. Tie' told of M>elnp little children dying! of starvation aloni? the streets. j Pvt. Miller, whose father Is a vet-1 crnn of World other brothers Ocnrge Miller. Fort Knox. Ky.; Sca-jl man Second Cltuss Donald Michael Miller, with the Pacific fleet, and j Cpl. William Miller, attached to the] mcdicnl corps, somewhere in the Pacific theatre of operations. Pvt. Miller will go to Miami. Fin., for re- nssignmcnt after his furlough. PALACE Tr.fllNKJOI.OR MATINEE and NIGHT "THE STORY OF DR. W ASS ELL" With Gary Cooper, Laralne Day, Signe Hasso StJ.VD.AY ONLY LYRIC "GHOST CATCHERS" With Ole Olscn, Chic Johnson, Gloria Jean MATINEE and NIGHT Upholstering and Duralized Cleaned A scientific back (he fabric. method brings newness to the Finished in your home You con tec rho care that it taken of the material. Con u« the same day. "To Economize—Duralize" GUARArJTEEO G. V. Lammert & Son Phone Frotlburg 9S-M <ranch 150 for Atletjany County Continuing Our Special MELISSA'S COLD WAVE Easy to care for. A Natural looking permanent Melissa's Fashion Center Frosrburg Phone 52-W 76 E. Main St. VOTE FOR H. C, Shores DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for Prosecuting Attorney > of MINERAL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA • / have no enemies to punish — no friends to reward and the law will be my guide. Politic*! Mirrmrmrni pithil-rlird by authority of ihf candidate. SAN TOY THEATRE Lonaconing, Maryland Program for week beginning Sept. 17, 1944 SUNDAY MD MONDAY "HOME IN INDIANA" Walter Brennan, Jeanne Grain, Lon McAllister. TUESDAY "SECRET COMMAND" Pat O'Brien, Carole Landis. "MARSHALL OF GUNSMOKE" Tex Rittcr, Russell Hoyden, Jennifer Holt. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY — DOUBLE FEATURE "PHANTOM LADY" Ella Koines, Fronchor Tone. "SWINGTIME JOHNNY" Andrew Sisters, Harriet Milliard. SATURDAY ' "TIMBER QUEEN" Richard Arlen, Mary Beth Hughes. 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