Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1945 · Page 9
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, February 18, 1945
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915 NINE Davis eryn Heath'and Mrs. Iva Cumbi Dinner Ends Scout Week Observance Members of Davis Troop No. 91 Hear Two Former • ;. ; Scoutmasters Talk Davis, W. Va,, Feb. 17—Davis Boy cout Troop No. 91 closed Boy Kcout week with its anniversary dinner Wednesday evening in the Wor- ien Hotel. Belmont S. Cleaver Robert Raese, both former scoutmasters, gave brief talks, and C. G Smith, cashier of the National Bank of Davis, gave the history of Scout work in Davis, dating back to 1912 rhen he and Mayor K. C. Dean were.members of the troop. H. K. Knckley, scoutmaster, act- sd as master of ceremonies. Others attending were: Kenneth Arnold, James Clark, Donald Elyord, Don Rosser. Robert Dniry, John Cree- Children attending were: Dolores Buckley, Arveda Meyers, Donna 3arncs, Glenna Hanlin, Delores Warner, Nancy James, Elsie Hed- rlck, Sarah Warner, Myra Combs. Sandra Roby, Audrey Luzlcr, Marylin Riley, Jo Ann Combs. Joau Lawrence, Lucy White, Jeannic McClean, Shirley Warner, Connie Barnes, Dorothy Himlhi. Carolyn Pike, Honey Bee Becker, Betty Jane Riley, Robert Luiier, Robert Bray, William Burger, John Kline, Eugene Pike, Roy Davis, Kermfi Burger, Charles Barnes, Junior Meyers, Gerald Buckley, Buddy Harman, Billy Roby, Melvin Simmons, and Jackie Simmons. Meri-Beth Class Meets The Meri-Beth Bible class of the Methodist Church met recently nt ihe home of Mrs. John Luzier with Miss' Ruth Hurley assisting hostess. The devotional hour was in charge of Mrs. Lee Moore, who also read and discussed the scripture lesson. Mrs. Walter Kight offered < the Ration Roundup prayer. A poem. gan, David Smith, Fr'ank 'zordonl.j ' e « d O- v M ''*- °- C- McDowell , Mwnrrt Komoski.' Frank Kaferle'. Blble readings were given by J Edward Komoski. Frank Kaferle, Richard McDowell, Norman Phelps, James Ruckle, Jennings Van Devender, Carl Kline, Carl Uchic, Robert Burger, and William Hall. Woman's Club Meeting .1. Tlie Senior Woman's Club of Davis will meet in the club rooms Tuesday at 8 o'clock, with Mesdnmes John Luzier,. Harry F. Campbell, G. C. Good and Miss Marguerite Chrysinl serving as hostesses. , A program featuring "Club Talent" will be. presented by Mrs. Jack Green, chairman, assisted by Mrs. B. T. Walt el's, Mrs. Florence Burger, and Mrs. A. J. Bible. The guest speaker for the evening will be- Miss Hermineka Gauschard American Red Cross field representative for Northwestern West Vir- Freedom." was and Mrs. 1 Janet Means. The hostesses held two contests, 'Birthstones" and "Birthday Flowers." Contest winners were Mrs. Rose Jones and Mrs. William Ihreve. Presbyterian Guild : The Ladies' Guild of the Presbyterian Church met with Mrs. Henry Paugh, with Mrs. O. Z. Hnrr as- slstnnt hostess.' . : . The Bible Study class was taught by Mrs. Grace Johnson after which the Guild voted to give a substantial donation to the Foreign Missions. : • • '' . : Mrs. A. R. Crawford will be hostess to the guild in March when the annual election of officers will be held. Guests present were Mesdames Robert Raese. Twila Evans, Malone Gaynor, H. L. Williams, E. Valentine Tarty p Crecgnn. W. O. Johnson, Lloyd A. partv was/given injWinters, Leonard Kel'ey, H. K. the recreation rooms of the Met ho- Kackley. K. C. Dcahl. Betty Patter- cist Cliurch for members of the|son and A. R. Crawford, primary and intermediate classes of; News Briefs the Sunday school, with Miss Kath-1 Lt. Miriam Miller, physio-thera- lAs of Monday, Feb. 19) Meats, fats, etc.—Book Four : red stamps Q5 through S5 good through March 31. Stamps T5 through X5 good through April ;: 28. Stamps Yn and Z5 and A'2 through D2gcod through-June 2. Processed foods—Book Four blue stamps X5 through 25 and A2 ami B2 good through March 31. Stamps C2 tlirough G2 good through April 28. Stamps H2 through M2 good through June 2. Sugar—Book Four slump 34 good for five pounds through ' Feb. 28. Stamp 35 valid for five pounds through June 2. Another stamp scheduled to be : validated May I. . ' : Shoea^-Book ; Three : airplane stamps 1, 2 and 3 valid indel- im'tely; OPA says no plans to cancel any. .'.... Gasoline—14-A coupons good everywhere for four gallons through March 21. B-5, C-5, B-B and C-G coupons good everywhere for five gallons. Fuel oil—Lost year's period . four and five coupons and this year's period one through four • coupons good in all areas. Period five coupons good in midwest and south. All coupons good throughout current, heating season. • • •' . . Tito max Thomas. W. Va., Feb. 11—Mrs. James Tcrrnno gave a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Pinto this week in honor of her son's tlitrd blrUiday. Games featured the afternoon. Other guests Included Carmela, Jeana. Angela, and Rosalie Lamoni, Joanne Barber, Anita Sutton. Marsha Jacobs, Beverley Bruce Suder. Carmeln Anne miaio, Donald Smith. Patricia Kay Helmlck, Mesdamcs Harry Campbell, Louise Smith. Thomas L. Suder, SI Jacobs, Daisy Terrano, Mls- es Carmen Terrano and Mary Fer- uso. Circle No. 1 Meets The Ladies Circle No. 1 o£ the Presbyterian Church met at the home of Mrs. J. W. Duncan this week. The topic of the afternoon was "Proving Our Love". Refreshments were served by the hostess Mrs. Nell Huffman. Others attending were Mesdames Andrew B Mann, •• Hugh Slathers, David V Swnrtz, D. 5. Bland, B. E. Ours Boyd Hull and Miss Ruth Swartz Brief Mention Miss Sue DiBacco was given - \3 \J\I K.I1.M1 II -Cl IjAHlilH*'** • ->«_!*- •»•••• ^ * .,-,.,..,,. r . Around Athens, Piraeus Has Enough Kiiuipmrnl Athens. Feb. n. <#>)— f\ Govern-] ment statement said today 5,300 coprses hnd b«n exhumed in the AUiens and Piraeus regions, lollow- ing the recent civil war. it declared 3300 of the total hud been executed by the ELAS organization and that the others wen- killcc either in combat or by XT FIRST JIGH OF A Nsw York,•''Ftb, 17 i/V>—Roberta Everett, executive vico-preilcient oi the Dairy Industries Suppb ASSOCJ- aliori, says sulfielent «(|uipmi:iu will bo available for the dairy InchiMrs to meet ftU civilian und iinsitvi Jorces requirements' in 1945. Ho told & meeting of Uw HO torn ft meeting 01 tun. asiitj- ^ ation thai companies might have u i 1 V«'" arty at tin- home of Mr. and Misjr>,3OO Bodir.s KxhuiiHHl j^ys Dairy Industry oseph Monda, Wednesday night, on her birthday, cards featured the vening's eiitcrtauuneut. Guests were Mesdames Joseph Quattro, W. S. DeVore. J. D. D. Dunca.. H. B. Parker, E. L. Parker, Venna Cny- wood, Mary Monda, Mary Quattro, John DiBacco, Frank P»se, Misses Victoria and Virginia Merhar. At the regular meeting of Crescent Rebekfth Lodge No. 88, I.O.O.F of Thomas, a meritorious service i stray bullets, pin was presented to Flodft Arnold' :or obtaining 20 new" members. Ilie; iresentatlon was made by- Past: District Deputy Grand Master C. S.| Whitman, acting for D. D. Monroe,! grand sire of the Sovereign Grand i Lodge.. • •' •- . f • •. . > Miss Elizabeth Komac, Columb\is. Olxio, visited her mother, Mrs. Ton> Osretker, this week. : Mrs. James Terrano underwent an' operation in the Allegany hosital.i Cumberland, this week. • Mrs. Patsy Santangelo and daughter, Patricia Ann. were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Arnold DePollo.; Cumberland. ••• bin would 1 «t-l litr.v .-.ouie. : u OCCUti. '.•'.'• * Good health for every citizen, every fam- ilv, is the chief concern of medicine and pharmacy. . ,.._•'•'•:•. \. 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Miller has served over three yeftrs in the Hawaiian Islands nnd has been returned to nn nnny hospital in Mississippi. - • ; Twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Buckley are home and seeing each oiher for the first time in nearly Buckley recently returned from an Eighth AAF base in England where lie wns stationed for over .two years. His twin. Raciioman third class, Willis Buckley, has returned from over two years service in the South Pacific. • Tech. Sgt. Oliver B. Eckard, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Eckard. Kerens, is a member of the supply division of the Air Service Command, which controls supplies to the farces in Europe. He intended Parsons High School and was employed at the Celanese plant, Cumberland, before entering thfi service. Pfc. wilburt A. Clayton, .who is j stationed -wiih the C. W. Service at Camp Seibert, Ala., Ss spending a fifteen-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Burdetta Clayton. His sis- jier, Mrs. Vivetta Eckles. Erie, Pa., •{c also visiting their mother. . Janice PhUipps. 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Philipps, of Thomas, was removed to the City Hospital. Elkins. in a critical condi- ; tior.. ... : ! James Robinson, colored, of Davis, suffered a. stroke at his home {here on Thursday. . ; . The meeting'of the Tucker Coun- ty.Principals and ihe County Curriculum Committee for Social Stud- [ ents which was postponed last Wed-! nesciay -will be held Feb. 21, i:> the! Thomas High School at 6 p". m. Mrs. Mildred Mault returned to \ Baltimore, Md., after visiting her mother, Mrs. Grace Johnson. Francis Geroski. petty officer, third class. San Diego. C«lif., is I spending a leave with his parents. j Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Geroski. Miss Violet Sine. Baltimore, is the i guest, of her sister, Mrs. P. James. Cpl. Joseph Corrall has returned to PYioenlx, Ariz. 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