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.EIGHTEEN SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1944 trottburg Mt. Smog* Omkltmd Lonaconing Oyndmm News From Towns In : Bayard 7 K«y*«r Davit Bedford Partont « Romney^ ^ :\ t troitburg Ministers Elect Rev. Wehler Head Ministerial Association Al•o Makea .Flam for V- Day Union Service Frostburg, Sept. 23—Rev. George L. Wehler, pastor of Salem Evangelical and Reformed church, WAS elected president of the Frostburg Ministerial Association and Rev. Walter V. Simon, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church was reelected secretary-treasurer. Mt. Savage Mt. Savage, Sept, ».—Mr. and Mrs. John J, King received letters a few days a«o from their eons Pvt. Raymond J. King, and Pfc, Francis D. King, statin* that they finally met in England and that Pfc, Francis is spending * brief furlough with his brother in BrUtol. Pvt. Raymond has been stationed in England for nine months »nd Pfc. Francis has been in England for one year. Mr. and Mrs. King have two' other sons in the service. They are Pvt. Charles T. King, Camp Blahdlng, Fla., and Pfc. Edward J. King. Medical Department of the Air Corps, stationed at Harllngen, Texas. Lonaconing Sbcwer Far Lonaconing, Sept. 23 — Cpl. and Mis. Frank. P. Stakem, recent newlyweds, were honored with a shower by the groom's mother, Mrs. Winnie Stakem. Thursday evening *t her home on 8t. Mary's terrace. Mrs. Catherine Thompson, Mrs. Dan Nolan and Mrs. Marguerite Btakew served. , .• Other guests were the Mesdames Clara Jones, Werner Trost, George Meyers, William Broderick, Isaac Stakem, Thomas Wilson, William R. Jones, Sullivan Atkinson, Dan Stakem, Margaret McDonough, Roland Staup, Edward Jones, Mel McKen- z5e, Pat Nolan, Mary Brown, Agnas Merrbaugh, Bernard Miller, Sarah observance of V-Day with a union service at First Methodist church. The. service, to be arranged by R*v. Watson E. Holly, pastor of First Methodist church; . Rev. H. Oliver Walters, pastor of First English Baptist church, and Rev. Walter V. Simon, will be non-denominational and open to the general public. The service will be at 11 a. m. on the day of the announcement of victory in either Europe or Asia, unlesvthe announcement is made after 9 a. m. In which case it will be on the following day at 11 «. to. Since all business houses will b* closed for 24 hours after the announcement of victory, the union service is scheduled at a time when all employes of such establishments will have an opportunity to attend. So that everyone in the community may attend a church service in observance of the day, the association has asked that individual churches arrange services for 7:30 p, m, unless the announcement comes after 5 p. m. then the service should be scheduled for 7:30 p. m the following day. These services are in addition to the union service and are planned so that employes in Industrial plants will have an opportunity to attend. All churches plan to for aft*v Second Lieut. Regis P. Powers, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Powers, received his wings and commission at Blythville, Ark., September 8. He Is a, graduate of St. Patrick's Parochial School and Allegany High School, Cumberland. Lieut. Powers left for Harllngen, A.A.F., Harlingen, Texas, after spending ten days visiting his parents. Complete* Course Pvt—-vVilltam—\Vatettr_son-_of_tbe Rev. and Mrs; - Harris~M.- Waters, according to a letter received-by his parents, has completed a course at the American School Center In England and has been transferred to France where he is assigned to special service. Pvt. Waters has been attending the center since February. He is a graduate o! Beall High School, Frostburg and had completed a course In signal and radio engineering before he entered the armed forces. Personal and General According to an announcement made by Prol. J. Orvllle Kefauver, 381 pupils are enrolled in the Mt. Savage elementary and junior high school; 189 boys and 192 girls. The Mt. Savage Lions Club will sponsor a drive for waste paper some time next month. The Mt. Savage Boy Scout troop will assist in col- Roicleiburg , Leaders Merge Church Schools Rowlesburg, W. Va., Sept. 23— Representatives 'of the. church schools, Trinity Methodist, and.St'. Paul's Methodist, met Tuesday and set up the merged church school for the year beginning Oct. 1. The children's division, under the direction of Mrs. J. J. Funk, will meet In th« Sunday School rooms of Trinity-.Church. Superintendents of the nursery children are Mrs. Mary McMillen and Mrs. A. A. Pickering. The primary and beginner chil- the announcement, so that those who wish to offer prayer may do so In the sanctuary of their own church. It was stressed that the day should be observed with the spirit of thanksgiving and with prayer for early total -victory and the ceasing of hostilities throughout the world. The announcement was made that the annual preaching mission will b« held here October 23 to 29 with services each night except Saturday at 7:30 p. m. The week day services will be at St. Paul's ' Lutheran church and the union Sunday service at First Methodist church. Rev. Oswln S. Frantz, D. D., professor Evangelical and Reformed seminary, Lancaster, Pa. To H.nor B.P.O. Elkx Joseph Montana, chairman of the war committee of Frostburg Lodge No. 470. B.P.O. Elks, received a letter this week from First Lieut. : William H. James, president of the Aviation Cadet Board, Baltimore, of the Third Service Command, stating that the local lodge is to b« presented with a.- certificate of merit for the accomplishments of leuttr Mrs. Rex Drummond, Baltimore, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Power. • Sgt. Leo R. Carney, Camp Roberts, Calif., returned to Youugstown after visiting his aunt, Mrs. Mary Fannon. Mrs. Frank Smith, McKeesport, visited Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flanl- gan. Mrs. Gibson Dobbie, Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boyer, Pittsburgh, and Mr. and Mrs. Reiley Shade, Baltimore, returned alter visiting Mrs. James Graham. the w*r committee. The letter Informed that In appreciatiot id Tri'Toicns Legion" To Trl-Towns, Sept. 23.— Sunday at 2:30 p. m., a class of World War H veterans will be initiated by Kelly- Mansfield Post No. 52, American Legion, Piedmont. Twenty-four have been pledged, and except for several who are out of town, will be initiated Sunday. David Shear, Romney, commander of district No. 10, Is expected to attend. A buffet iiunper will be TOT Montana the gpien served. did cooperation and vigorous efforts In army recruiting activities that have been displayed by members of the local Elks -lodge,, Lt, Col. E. A. C. Curran .district recruiting officer, wished to make the presentation In the very near future. Brief Mention Miss Edna Fisher, daughter of Major and Mrs. John W. Fisher, has been awarded a year's scholarship to the Foreign Service Traln- ing Centpr ystehMch^ hy em, Dan Nolan, Catherine Thompson, Patrick Stakem, William Abbot, John Crowe, Gibson Humphrey, Nick Eilbeck, John waiters, Daisy KitzmiUer, Ann. Shuman, Edna Brown, Tillie O"Rourke, Mary Robertson, WlHard Brakeall, Timothy Conroy, Edward Stakem, Raymond Miller, Carl Stakem, Frank Del- Slgnore, Ethel Moffatt, Leona Duckworth, Bertha Winfleld, and the Misses_NeU_M1Uer < Edna McKen- zle, - Eileen - Jones, Juanita Jones, Lenore McDonough, Helen Woods, Reta Keating and Corporal and Mrs. Frank P. Stakem. Cpl. Stakem left Friday afternoon for Camp Shanks, N. .Y. Choir Elects The Youth Choir of the First Methodist Church elected officers Thursday night. They are; President, Jean Orr; vice-president, Gilbert Duckworth; secretary, Jennie Lee Frye; treasurer, Lois Miller; pianist, Jean Orr; assistant pianist, Lois Miller; and publicity Manager, Jennie Lee .Frye, A committee was named to discuss a hallowe'en party. They were Doris Lee Smith, Lois Miller, Jennie Lee Frye, and Calvin Steele. Class Heads Named Class officers were chosen at Central High School this week. —Seniors-elected James Steele as president; Rose Esther McDonough, vice-president; Marlon Shaw, secretary; and Marguerite Allen, treasurer. Mrs. Margaret Bell Sloan is sponsor. Juniors chose Shirley Baumann as president; Harvey Bradley, vice- president; Marion Devlin, secretary; and Eleanor Grosser, treasurer. Miss Alberta Mayer is sponsor. Sophomores, sponsored by Mrs. Hilda B. Byers, named Dorothy Wilson, president; Betty Ann Jones, vice-president; Patsy Logsdon, secretary; and Shirley Foote, treasurer. Freshman leaders are Mike Campbell, president; Shirley Rowan, vice- president; Kathleen Cunningham, secretary \_ and Paul Cook, treasurer. The Junior class selected Its rings Friday from the Merrill Company of Clarksburg, W. Va. The ring committee was Ethel Alexander, Ursu- llne Cosgrove, Flora Jane Smith and-Mabel Brown. B*auch»mp - Elliott Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Elliott, Baltimore, formerly of Lonaconing, announce the marriage of their daughter, Anna Marie to Tech. Sgt. Albert Beauchamp, son of Mrs. Zenida Beauchamp, Herkimer, N. Y. .The couole wqs married last Sat- dien are under Mrs. Janit To President Okays Loans Planned This Week Keyaer, W. Va., Sept.' 23— The conference, In connection with the . Mineral County Health Department, .. will be held Wednesday, 10 a, m.' to noqn, in the quarters of .the Health Department "at the Court House. .Thic conference is open to »U children from infancy to school age. Dr.; T. T. Huffman and Miss Anna McCauley, county health nurse, will take care of examination details .while, the home room mothers of the Keyser 'P.-T. A. will be aides. Mrs. John. Rice Is general chairman, and Mrs and the Junior department under Mrs. Naomi Brutto. The youth department is assigned to the social room of St. Paul's Church, under the supervision of Mrs, Laura Miller. The young adult 'class meets in the front room of St. Paul's Church w.ith Reed F. Myers and Mrs. Paul Brake in charge. The adult Bible classes will meet In the sanctuary of St. Paul's, with R. Edward Anderson as superintendent, teachers are Charles Helmick, Mrs. Rachel Moore, E. F. Giffln, C. D. Cozad, and W. W. Smith. The church school hour was set at 9:45 a. m. The merged board of stewards of St. Paul's and Trinity Methodist churches met Friday and passed the budget. Officers are: Chairman, C. C. Carrlco; vice chairman, W. -W. Smith; secretary, R. E. Anderson; treasurer, Mrs. William Francis; financial secretary; W. R. Wable; representative to the board of education, Paul Brake. • - , The preaching service ^at Man- helm at 9:45 will be discontinued and the pastor will conduct a service each Sunday at 6:30 p. tn. MeVlcker-Moore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moore announce the marriage of their daughter, Lois Virginia, to Pvt Leo Hall McVicker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett McVicker, of Manheim, September 9, at MacClenny. -Florida. Both Pvt. and Mrs. McVicker attended the Rowlesburg schools, and Mrs. McVicker was employed in a defense plant at Cleveland the. past year. Pvt. McVicker was employed by the Glenn L. Martin Company at Baltimore, before entering the TJ. S. Army. He , Is stationed at Camp Blanding, Fla., and they will reside at Jacksonville, Adams . has charge of publicity. Mothers are urged to call 3041 to make appointments. Shower A shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Day at their home Wednesday. Present were Miss Joyce Flanagan, Miss Louise Sympson, Miss Nellie Kyle, Mrs. Rebecca Taylor, Mrs. Alda Carr, Miss Eva Lee Banner, Miss Freda. Casteel, Mrs Loy Kisner, Berlin Kisner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kight and son, Mrs. Mary Ward, Mrs. Ernest Kisner Miss June Bodkin. Says Rural Spread Electricity Important to a Strong America Washington, Sept. 23 W—President- Roosevelt today approved legislation liberalizing .the terms of rural - electrification ', loans, saying :he spreading of electric power through rural America.. "is one of the most promising vehicles for obtaining a stronger, a happier and a more prosperous America." The bill provides permanent authorization for REA loan fund,';, and Fort Ashby Fort. Ashby, W; Va., Sepf.- 23— lev. O. W. Ambrose is attending he. West Virginia. Methodist Con- erenc* »t Parkers burg. Rev. Am- roee .will be ordained; at' the &er- •ice* Sunday. : . • : •'-' -•.* Mrs. Anna Long, . Patterson's ireek, the Lay delegates of Port \shby- Charge is also attending. Mrs. C.' W.' Ambros*; 8r./ Berkeley prings, Rev! Ambrose's mother; and ;: Charles Ambrose, Jr., are at- ending the service of ordaination Iso. W.S^C.S. Will Celebrate The Vf.S.C.S. will hold their ourth anniversary celebration Thursday evening at 7:30 at tfye rfethadist Church In connection It was suggested that suitable 1_! arrangements be made for a ceremony marking the event and Mon- Uviia Is planning to have several prominent speakers here for the i occasion including several high rankine army officials. Montana's committee includes Rudolph Mendelsohn, Harold Jenkins, George JeOrles, Clarence Rephann, Chester Stewart and Fred Ash. Honor Roll Club Mceti At the first meeting of the school year of the Beall High Service Honor Roll club, Wednesday, plans were made to hold regular meet- Ings of the second and fourth Thursdays of the month and to continue mailing letter*' to men in service, who are former Beall High graduates, school papers will also be mailed. Plans were discussed for securing a banner and emblem for the club and to coraptlt a scr»p book of interesting Items concerning the alumni In service. VA campaign for new members was also favorably considered. Moose Ix>dje Entertains Frostburg Lodge No. 348, Loyal Order of Moose entertained with "open house" Tuesday night with more than 400 in attendance. Edwin T. Parry, past governor, who arranged the program, introduced Attorney Edward J. Rjr.n, who spoke on "Liberty and Justice". John Lowe, Washington, D. O, deputy supreme governor, was Introduced and spoke In length concerning the proposed Improvements for Mooseheart and Moose- haven, stressing the advantage* of Moose membership. Other speakers were Frank Shr^v- er. Moose Pilgrim; Thomas, H. Morgan, secretary of Frostburg Aerie No. 1273, Fraternal Order of Eagles, and FulVer Davis, governor of the.local Moose lodge. Personal ana General Mr. and Mrs. Steele Leake, Borden Shaft, entertata;d recently in honor of their daughter, Patsy's fourth birthday. Mrs. Isabel Swelt- «r served as assistant hostess. Gfimes were a diversion, Refreshments -were served. Others present 1 were Mrs. Donna Sweitzer, Arlene Landefeld, Lois Jean Patterson, Mary Louise Alexander, Judy James, Ray Kamaufl and Marie Lertke. The Ladles Auxiliary of-Frostburg Fire Department will meet onday 4 7:30 p. m. A social hour will follow the business session. Miss Dorothy N. Crowe, Bckhart, ; is recuperating at the home of her 1 ( aunt, Mrs. Mary Dicken, 17 Wempe 3 Drive, Cumberland, following an ;T) operation at Memorial Hospital. : g Staff Sgt George Morgan, son of •II Mrs. Cnrrle Morgan, Curios, and hus- jc ' band of Mrs. Betty P;*yne Morgan. •t this city. Is spending a furlough •J with his wife and mother, after 'c Keven months In England, where he /i completed thirty-five missions over I Oarrnsny. A member of the crew of b a liberator bomb»r, .he holds the H Distinguished Flying Cross, th« Air ;t Medal ant! Ihrcc Oak Leaf clusters. •i -.Mr., and Mrs. Nicholas Melzger, it BaJUmwe, were rwcnt guests of Mr. •fl and Mrs. C. A. Hplben and John t Mctzgcr, Frost accnue, w eign Service Educational Foundation, Washington. Mary Frances Kady Whitworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kady, West Hampshire street, Piedmont, who was sworn Into the Waves at Washington, vrill report to Hunter College, New York. She Is a graduate of Piedmont high school, attend Potomac State college and is employed at the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper company. A three reel film entitled, "Ye- sudas, the Outcast", will be presented Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at Trinity Methodist church. Piedmont, at the meeting of the W.S.C.S. In, charge of the Wesloyan Service Guild. The committee of Trl-Towns Ministerial association of,whlch the Rev. Foster M. BIttinger is chairman, will meet at Trinity Methodist church Monday at 2:30 p. m. to formulate plans for the observance of a Victory Day Thanksgiving service. R. C. Hall, deputy service officer, will be at the hall of Kelly-Mans- tield Post No. 52, American Legion, Piedmont. Monday afternoon to assist veterans. Starting Frfdey, Raymond C. Donley, of the Civil Service Commission will be at the Westernport post office every second Friday afternoon for the purpose of recruiting and interviewing persons Interested In civil service appointments Mrs. Fannie Miller, Hammond street, Westernport, returned from Visiting Mrs. N. A. Eaton, Point Pleasant, W. Va. urday by Chaplain Army chapel at Fort Meade. Mrs. Beauchamp is employed *t Stewarts department store, BalJI- morer-and - Sgt Beauchamp Is In charge of personnel at the replacement center at Fort Meade. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thomson, residents of Lonaconlng for 12 years, are moving to Baltimore. The Lonaconing Homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs. Ellsworth Gardner, -Jackson street, Thursday evening. Mrs. Gardner and Mrs. Oscar Beeman will be joint hostesses. Mrs. Sidney Storer, Jr., returned after visiting her husband at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Miss Gretchen Staup returned to Pittsburgh, Pa., with Mrs. Thomas Boden and Mr. and Mrs. David Douglas. Miss Rita Turner, Baltimore, returned home .after visiting Mrs. James Russell, Lonaconlng and Mr. and Mrs/ Marshall Lancaster of Gllmore. Miss Turner was accompanied home by Mr. Joseph Lancaster. Mr«. Naomi W. Knelsly, was registrar of the Moorefield —Moorefield, W. Va., Sept, 23—The Rocklngham Poultry Marketing Co-operative has opened its new plant here with 79 workers employed. Mr. Petit is manager, E. S. Evans, plant superintendent, and Mrs. Incite Smith, bookkeeper. Sturicy Hawse has been appointed chairman of th« Hardy County Committee for the War Fund Drive, which opens Octlber I. Mrs. Ada M. Beall Is co-chairman; Mrs. R. E. Fisher, publicity; Mrs. Don Mlley, secretary, and Mrs. Lee M15ey. treasurer. They will be assisted by a group of workers In each district of the county. The Moorefleld Public Library will be open on, Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 6 p. m., in addition to the Saturday period as heretofore. The following-board of directors has been named: Mrs. Ran- 'dolph Johnson, Mrs. 8: A. McCoy, Miss Pago Welton, Mrs. H. S. Pownall, R. j. Bean, R. S. plspanet, and Harold DoddT """ " " ~"~i -Mrs. AHce -fliout—celebrated her eighty-third birthday Sunday. • Mrs. Evelyn McNelll spent a few days In Martinsburg with Pvt. Milton McNelll, who Is a patient In the Newton D. Baker Hospital. Pvt. McNelll was with the 45th division at Anzio beachhead. H. O. Muntzlng, Virgil Mathlas, Sam Hinkle and Dr. O. V. Brooks were iii Cumberland, Kid., Monday night, where they took the 4th to 8th degree* of the Scottish Rite leading to the 32nd degree Mixsons. E. C. Schmeichel accompanied them. Mrs. H. T. Cook Is visiting relatives in Marilnaburg and Charles Town this week. Davis Reception Held Davis, W. Va., Sept. 23—The Parent-Teacher Association of the Davis Grade School held Its annual reception for the teachers and patrons in th« school auditorium, Thursday, with Mrs. Henry Paugh presiding, principal, guests, while Mrs. P. C. Clark, hospitality chairman, her committee and the Home Room Mothers served refreshments. Miss Anna Bogdonovlch presented! the program, which Included a talk "Helping—Children- Find~._.Tbem_z; selves" by Mrs. George C. Stratum; instrumental selections by Belmont S. Cleaver; talk by E. F. Creegan, member of the board of education. Woman's Society Meets Circle No. 5 of the Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kline, with Mrs. Harold Gross assisting hostess, The devotional service was In charge of Mrs. Howard Edwards. The social hour was In charge of Mrs. Betha. Burley. Pennoal* Mrs. Marian Straw, Cumberland, and sister, Miss Evelyn Gaynor, R. N., Washington, were guests of their parents, Mr and Mrs. Malone Gaynor. Rev. George C. Stratum, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mott are attending the sixth annual conference of the Methodist Church In Parkersburg. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bergstrom are Mrs. Harry Bergstrorn_ and daughter, Sandra Buckfiahnbrir Mr. and Mrs. Fred Forsythe, Baltimore, are visiting the former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. C. Forsythe. Vance-La rota. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Larosa, of Manhelm, announce the marriage of their daughter, Maria Toru'a, to Cpl Louis Vance, Army Medical Corps. The ceremony will be performed at high noon, Sunday,. In St. Philomena's Catholic Church, Rowlesburg, by the Rev. John J. Hanley. Cpl. Vance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vance, Nutter Fort Clarksburg, and is stationed at Camp McCloskey, Texas. After, a short honeymoon in the •ast the couple will return to Camp McCloskey. Brief Mention Pvt. and Mrs. Roscoe Swlger left Wednesday for Selma, Ala., after spending a honeymoon visiting the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Swiger, Cheat Bridge. Mrs. Swlger, before her marriage, was Miss Barbara Allison, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Allison of Pocahontas, Ark. Pvt. Swiger Is stationed at Craig Field, Ala The Ladies Faithful Bible Class of St. Paul's Methodist Church met Thursday in the home of Mrs Bessie Bohon. The evening was spent in group singing, with Mrs. Margaret Todd of Wendell, N c at the organ. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Sanders were guests at a dinner In their home on September 17, In celebration of their forty-second Wedding anniversary. They are the parents of nine children, all of whom were home except one son, Sgt. Wilbert Sanders, Ryate, Texas. The Ladies Friendly Bible Class Trinity Methodist Church, met in the social room of the church, Thursday, and honored the birthdays of Mrs. Addle Pierce, Mrs. Mae Cozad and Miss Dorotha Chidester. Mrs. George Price, St. Cloud' Minn., and Mrs. Ella Sell, Baltimore have been visiting their father C T> TV. i ~t- . * Harry K. Thomas, R. M. 3-c., who had been visiting his parents, returned to Ocean Side, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Shopperl and two children returned to Arlington, Va. Mrs. Lillian Sherman and Wanda Layton, of Clarksburg, are -visiting Mr. and Mrs. John C; Freeland and Mr.' and Mrs. A. L.. Iser. Mrs. Etta McCabe returned to Pittsburgh after visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary McGinn is, who has been 111. Pfc. Jerome Nlcolata, who had been spending a furlough with his wife and family, returned to Miami Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John I. Haines received word that their son, Pvt. John Haines, is a patient in the Base Hospital, McCooke Field, Neb. Marshall Carrier returned to the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, where he will resume his studies. Pvt. Orlando Calemine was called home because of the illness of his father, Domlnec Calemine, who is a medical patient at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. ' Robert Evans, G. M. 3-c., Is spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Evans, Main street. Mrs. Edith Wagley returned to her home In Charlotte, N. C., after visiting her mother, Mrs. Ford dine. Mrs. C. K. Bishoff is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Caldabnugh, Baltimore. companylng his signature, • said It will make possible the electrification of "many more thousands of farm homes which could not previously be served. "From the point of view of raising, the living standards of rural America and providing a-' niore~effi- cient form of management," he added, "one af the most important projects Interrupted by the war 5s the existence of rural electrification." Terming the bill a "great step forward," Mr. Roosevelt urged congress to provide as soon, as; possible^ for comprehensive surveys o1 Tmelectrifled areas. ' He said there still are about .7,000,000 farm houses and other rural homes without electricity. vith their regular, meeting. Persona! and General Ffreman First Class Leldon Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.: Seymour Lee, \terchant, wrote'to his parents from omewhere In the Pacific 'that he lad met two sailors from home, Dennlson, Springfield, W. Va., and Stanley Davis of Fort Ashby. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Sandbower, Sr., Clrcleville, W. Va., will remain at their home-here. Miss Elmira Weakland and Miss Emm* Ruth .Mitchell, Washington, War Criminals of Bulgaria Listed Repatriated Airmen Disclose Many Violations Geneva Convention Tonnage Merchant Marine Trebled Now Stands at 35,000,000 Tons; Largest Fleet of Ships in World Washington, Sept. 23 {&}— Thi American Merchant Marine, which at the start of the war tqtalet about 11,000,000 deadweight" tons Carrying capacity) had grown to more than 35,000,000 tons by mid- 1944. This was disclosed today by War Shipping Administrator Emory Land in a report to President Roosevelt. "The War Shipping Adminlstra tion now operates the largest flee of merchant vessels In world his tory," Land said, approximating 3,400 ships. 1. The increase in merchant ship tonnage produced In American shipyards and placed in United State, war service by the end ol 1943 mon than offset all losses by all the United Nations since the beginning of the war in Europe in 1939. 2. During 1943 shipments from th United States totaled 46,971,000 long tons' o£ dry cargo and 15,086,000 Ion tons of petroleum products. . 3. The Merchant Marine's job wil not end with the defeat of Ger many. It will take two or thre times the merchant tonnage tt bring a weight of arms equal t< those now blasting Germany to bea on the Japanese scattered on nun dieds of islands and the mainlan' cf Asia. Fifteenth Air Force Headquarters, Italy, Sept. 23 (IP)— An Alllled commission Is busy compiling a list of Bulgarian war criminals for trial In connection with the mistreatment of American and British airmen recently freed from thet country's prison camps and brought back to Italy on Sept. 17. Interrogation of the fliers disclosed 22 articles of the Geneva Convention for treatment of war prisoners were broken at the three camps and hospitals where the fliers were confined, and that no effort was made to notify the International Red Cross of the captures until visits by Swiss representatives. The names of the few Bulgarians who were kind and helpful to the prisoners also are being recorded, i B. Pugh. .Parker Ayersman, a Baltimore and Ohio engineer, underwent a second major operation 10 days after the first one, Sept. 4 in Union Protestant Hospital, Clarksburg. He is recovering. Plan Television Site On Lofty Mt. Wilson Los Angeles, Sept. 23. (/P)—Plan for development of Mt. Wilson,_sit€ of the famed 100-Inch telescope, as a center for television brosdcastin have been announced by A. C Child's, president of the Mt. Wilsor Hotel Co. He said the Columbia Broadcast ing System has leased acreage an that the Mutual Don Lee Broadcast ing Co. has purchased 160 acres fo construction of after the war. $250,000 studi Tri-State Mrs. David Kavebiseroft Elk Garden, W, Va., Sept. 23- Mary Ravenscripft, 84, wIfe of B. Ravenscrof t, this place, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughters, Mrs. William Howe, Hammond street, Westernport, Md. She lived at Elk Garden most of her/life."_.-Besides ; her husband she is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Maude Honn, Fort Recovery, O., and Mrs. Beryl Darr, Montrose, Colo.; two sons, Fred Ravenscroft, Rives- vllle, W. Va., and Harry Ravens- croffc,. Cumberland, Md.; 20 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Services will be conducted Monday at 2:30 p. m. at the Nethkln Hill Church here and Interment will be In the church cemetery. ?• -), D. C., were visitors at the Home of Mr. 'and Mrs. D. H. Weakland. Mrs. Olive Mete, Frostburg, visit-, ed the home of Mrs, Waldo Spec!-, SUN.-MON. «nd TUES. MATINEE and and NIGHT PALACE "BATHING BEAUTY" With Ked Skelton, Esther Williams,' Basil Rathbone SUNDAY ONLY MATINEE and and NIGHT LYRIC "THREE LITTLE SISTERS'" With Mary Lee, Ruth Terry, William Terry FOR SALE Modern, Six Room House. Located at 95 Mt. Pleasant St., Frostburg, Md. Bath, Concrete Basement, Fruit Cellar, 2 Car Garage, Gas and Electric. Corner Lot. Inquire—104 MT, PLEASANT ST., PHONE 129-W-X Frottburg The National Broadcasting Co Paramount Pictures Television, an two local radio stations also are negotiating for sites, he said. Pa. Hyndman Hyndman, Pa., Sept. 23—Mrs. Mahlon Evans Is visiting Mrs. Cora Cunningham, Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hllleary are visiting relatives at East Berlin, "a.. Lieut; and MrsT Donald Goodwin, Jr., Camp Rucker, Ala., are spending several weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Goodwin, and the latter's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. O. E. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones and daughter, Sharon, returned to Baltimore after visiting the Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Jones. Enroute to Camp Rucker, Ala., from Kentucky, Lieut. James Burns Is spending a short furlough at Herbert Wolford, Akron, home. Mrs. Quests of Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Crawford were Miss Margaret Crawford, student nurse, Johns Ohio, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Evelyn Sides, and her sister, Mrs. Roy C. elites. Mrs. INaomi Llewelyn, Cumberland, Md., Is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs, Charles Robb. Mrs. Vernon Madden Is a patient at the Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. ' Mrs. W. A. Mason Is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Edward Bulebush, Mt. Pleasant, Pft. Seaman" 1/c. Karl Zembower, Balnbrldge, Md., Is spending a short furlough with his mother, Mrs. Pearl Zembower. TRUSTEE'S SALE of NUMEROUS LOTS IN WALSH'S ADDITION TO SOUTH CUMBERLAND, LOT ON FIFTH STREET, AND ON ORCHARD STREET, CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND. SALE BEING MADE TO CLOSE ESTATE Under and by virtue of power given the undersigned by Deed of Trust dated November 27, 1939, and recorded among the Land Records of Allegany County, Maryland, in^LIber Ko. 185, folio 202, and in pursuance of an Order of the Circuit Court for Allegany County, pass«d in No. 15,424 Equity, the undersigned Trustee will sell at public sale, alongside the B. & O. Y. M. C. A. on Virginia Avenue, Cumberland, Maryland, at 10 A. M., on Saturday, September 30, 1944 ail the following described pieces or parcels of land situated hi Cumberland, Maryland, namely: (1) Lot thirty-eight feet by one hundred feet on Fifth Street, known as Lot No. 12 in the Southslde Addition to Cumberland(2) Twenty-five foot lot between Nos. 20 and V. orchard Street. (3) All trie following Iota in Walsh's Addition to South Cumberland, a plat of which Addition is recorded among the Land Records of Allegany County, Maryland, in Map Box No. 98, and which said lots are more particularly described by courses and distance in the description of the lots In said Addition recorded among the aforesaid Land Records in Liber No. 89, folio 663, et se<j., namely: Lexington Avenue—Lots 31 to 38, 93 to 100. 131, 1M to 167, 202 to 209, 255 to 257, 274, 275, 387 to 391, and 408 to 411. Orlando Street—Lots 39 to 48. James Street—Lots 49 to 59. Monroe Street—Lots 103 to 108, 283 to 285. Mary Street—Lots 1J6 to 121, 138 to 143, and 145 to 149. Elizabeth Street—Lots 152 to 162, 180 to 186, and 222 to 225. Elder Street—Lots 195 to 201, 210, 213, 331, 336 to 342, and 427 to 430. Federal Street—Lots 346, and 354 to 358. The foregoing lots have frontages ranging from 31 to 34 feet' and practically all of them are 120 feet deep. All the foregoing properties were conveyed to the undersigned Wll- llm C. Walsh, Trustee, by the above-mentioned Deed of Truat, dated November 27, 1939, and recorded among the Land Records of Allegany County'in Liber No. 185, folio 202, reference to -which said deed and records, and to the other .records above-mentioned, is hereby made for a full and more complete description of ail the aforesaid properties. Some of the lots in Walsh's Addition above-mentioned are subject to paving and/or sewer Hens held by the Mayor and City Council of SAN TOY THEATRE ., Sept.l .team,! .36-1 IrdJ w-l Lonocon/ng, Maryland beginning Sept. 24th .SUNDAY AND MONDAY "SHINE ON HARVEST MOON" Denni- Morgan, Ann Sheridan, Jack Carson. i TUESDAY "LADIES OF WASHINGTON" Trudy Marshall, Sheila Ryan, Anthony Quinn. WfDHlSDAY "PASSPORT TO DESTINY" Elso Lanchester, Gordon Oliver. THURSDAY AW FRIDAY — DOUBLE FEATURE "HENRY ALDRICH PLAYS CUPID" Jimmy Lydon, Charles Smith, Vcra Vogue, Diana Lynn. "WEEr~ND PASS" Martha O'unscoll, Noah B*ery, Jr. - SATURDAY "MEXICALI ROSE" Gene Autry, Susana Walters. i ; ! i . Hopkins Hospltnl, Baltimore, and Captain C. H, Co'gln, Edgewoodl Arsenal, Md. - •' Jack McOauIey In suffering from two broken rlb.i, th« result of a fall while on a camping party »t Petersburg, W, Va. Miss Plexla Borkosk! I* recuperating from an appendectomy- In the Tucker County Hospital, Parsons. a Million and a Half Meii in Navy Now WMhlngton, Sept, 23 W—More than a million and a half naval officer* and men now are at sea with the United Stales fleets or assigned to'overseas duly. This number, growing dally ns new fihlpi are added to the fleets, represents approximately one-half the total navy p«r»onn«l Cumberland and. such lots will be sold, subject-to said-liens,-and a statement of th« lots so subject and ol the amounts of the liens will be available at the time of sale. TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash on the day of sale, halancft in cash on ratification of any sale by the Circuit Court lor Allegany County and delivery of* good and sufficient deed, with the right to the undersigned Trustee to make and agree to other terms at the time of any sale. The undersigned Trustee also, has the right to offer said properties separately, as a whole, or in such parts of tho whole M he deems advisable, and If said properties are offered M » whole, Mid Trustee shall have the right to retain the bid lot, the whole until after they have been offered separately or In parts, and to also retain any feptir«te bids made,.and to then Accept or reject »ny or all of said bids. I WILtJAM O. WALSH \ Trustee !n No. 15424 Fxjulty. Advertisement—S-Scpt. 10-17-2*. T-Scpt. 29. BUY YOUR HOME WITH A FIDELITY MORTGAGE LOAN 11 V 2 YEAR LOANS — — • • On a lo«n of % 500.00 1,000.00 1,500.00 2,000.00 2,500.00 3,000.00 3,500.00 4,000.00 4,500.00 5,000.00 Your monthly Principal 4 Interctt . Payment it only $ 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 45.00 50.00 I Ut m-litlp r»" t» HOME OWNEJtSHtfi Make ya»f mflnthty-fent-p«ym«nt •n yMr own home. // you own your horn* uif Mi plan far iht following purposts: — rttinanct- Your present loan — rtpolr — moJtrnitt — »«w roof — wtoihtritiipfing — mfvfafr'on — painting — *o inrto// hoik or lurnact — <o krf mncnli walk i — to con jo Wot* Jtbtt, Whatertr yovr-HMd (My b«, yo« will find ui rccdy mi willing U MTM ymf, FIDELITY SAYINGS BANK "Thf tank Wfffc (to Town Clock" Frottfeurf, M4. MemWr of FtJtral DtpoWf Inurantt Cwpcrtlfat

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