Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 1, 1944 · Page 7
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Cumberland, Maryland
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: SUNDAlf TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1>44 an; v WI ' : i)&yis^ . ' '^ ! f Honor O?UEnt«'s Birthday : ' ~avls W.' <Va., r "Sept. 30-^Mc. and j L.' q- JB'!*»?S'.''g^ye' a: patty in' 6r of 'their.;daughter, •Virginia h's third birthday, at their home irsday afternoon.f'lV.'A-!- ..,x-v^i ,hose -attending •*er,e.jluby:j; f Inhy Kline;. .Marllyn,,andSB« r tty: le Riley, Nancy Sue Jam^pari- f oooding; "Glenn.;';Gboaihg^.W", Iderick : Gocdlng, i Eyelyh': 1 . '-Riley, feabeth Anne':Raese,^Patty'^Ueyi; fol Jean Miller, ; '.\ Bobby-J.Leyin, «e Ann James,' Mrs, Glenn^Goodr • and- Mrs. W. • Wi^Kennard, ndmother of the, honqr, gjie^t,-;V. Class Honorp New-Memberit ;'•;,"•' he sophomore class 'of .tfie Da.Vts i School gave a party -Wednes- nlght In the gymnasium for Burger, a new class member. ' UThose in attendance, were 'Mrs Mjfe'j, Cooper, Miss Frances Mamish> Miss Uly Aronson, Miss Mar- gifeite Chrystal, and Ira L. Mc- yell of.'the faculty. Student? lait were Ernest Belinc, Kenneth nold, Betty and Ruth'Hall, Thel r fMoore,' Sybil Jean Dumire, Gen- S'e Komoski, Patty/Iden,;.Helen Bcliff Evelyn<- Hoffman, •: Joanne ,' .Dwight' Bon-i ner..'PhUip,'.H,arr, James Clark and Donald Elyard, ," r . 'k'T'':Has '-Dinner Party ?Mrs.-: Claude: 'C; 'dompbeU enter- ained with a-dinner Tuesday night; Covers were laid -for' Mrs: Cleon W. laese,- Mrs.' : Edward ' Miller, Jr., J4fs'. • Horatio L. Williams,. Mrs! 3rey Smith, -Mrs. Harry Campbell; sirs. P.- C,- Clark, Charles H.. Coffman. and-;K. C. Deahl. '• •'• /:.lIon4B 1 :Froin.'Alaska ; ' :: PVti:' : ' :- John,:'H. Gaver, who. has been ,stationed .in.-Anchorage, Alas- ltBV'for.-,15 'months, .was ^called home by -the'.'serious' illness' of his father, John-;M. Gayer, who has been'a patient for several weeks in the City Hospital. Elk ins, frpm injuries sustained in a mine accident. General Meeting of W.S.C.S. A general meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church was held'Thurs- day, night in the church parlors with Mrs. George C. Stratton, president ' of the society, presiding Plans we're made for a study course to be held on Southeastern Asia, to be held each Monday during the month of November. .•'.Mrs. Florence Burger was in ESCAPE Simply wet it with 'Canute Water. A few . applications will completely re-color it simita'r-co Its former nicural shade, la , one' day i{ you wish.- Curi,-wave or •'•Pure; colorlas '>nd xrystaJ-clear. • 30 years without injury to a imcleuser. • REALiy.SAf El. 'Stiu te»t NOT needed. • Prpred j harmless ac pac'cif -America's Greatest Uairersities. ~" ' ; ^,. .. .,: lnding dalcn in moit of America's He athor product can rrnlt* all th«it clolmi U rgnt citi« sell mo A ; Ca ou te • Wa tec than zli other hair colorings combined. NEW 8 Appl. Size - $1.15 at drug jtorei A' About that old prescription Dr. Jones wrote for y.ou two years, ago. The bottle is on the shelf in your medicine cabinet, about one-fourth)full. It would be safer for you and your family to discard it. Someone might take it by mistake, or a child may be attracted to it by the bright color and do himself harm. Many medicines deteriorate after exposure to light and air. On long standing, some compounds change their 'chemical structure. Yes, the safe thine to do is to throw •*-7- ''•'- .5 •• •' '• •\- 1 ••' •-'•• ' " •' "• '«' it away; If illness again overtakes you, see your doctor. Bring his prescriptions to us for accurate compounding; _ Wqlsh,^ McCagh_& H.oltzman '• •'-; Pharmacy . •-'•"'• Filling more prescription* titan'any. pha'rniacy - between Pittsburgh and Baltimore. , ; •••• CORNER BEDFORD' AND' CENTRE "STREETS.....'' . VV f Deliver Free ' PHONE'3D46 "or 943 M -- ^ U Mon. CHp These Coupons & Save! COUPON NO. i BRILLO PADS STEEL WOOt 3 LIMIT >6 COUPON NO. 2 ALL CORN BROOMS LIMIT 1 COUPON NO. 3 DILL PICKLES COUPON NO. 4 ARMOUR'S TREET 12-or. can COUPON NO. 5 MARY LOU SALAD : DRESSING quart COUPON NO. - l-PC. JAR ZINC LIDS 2 t dor. 6 COUPON NO. 7 - U. S. NO. 1 PA. : POTATOES COUPON NO. 8 LEAN SLAB BACON ._. 0 - orthe devotional'hour,-with Axs. Burt Burger, Mrs. :Pranlc Roby, trs: Bertha Burley,-.and Mrs. Ed' ard Stipe. taking .part'nr the. excr- ises.' Mrs. ty, S. ; Mye.rly, conference ecretary V 6f • Missionary '.Education nd Service.'?-Keyser^ i;.vr. "• Va.V.'>was Bii'est speaker,' "addressing the-spcle- ;y on i ''Missionary >Work. at Home and' Abrpad,". tA ;:.;; t ,-^- -^.^ : --Kt<'During the--business .'session:,MTS; ack • Green: presented, the. honor ueste,VMrs.;Myerly, Mrs, StraUbn, he president; : and Mrs I».' H. Mott, istrlot •.- president,.;: with ' corsages rom -the .society,:.-,. .1'•?,<••-i-ivj' : -'».v.-' •Hostesses forV'the , everting Jiwert •Irs. S. ' Dumire,- Mrs.; Or. H. _• Hoi: otnbe, Mrs; . Wilma' - James, Mrs ulla Shaffer, and Mrs.;Ida .Hughes There were 42 members present and'the following guests: Mrs; Iva Beckner, Morgantown; Misses Rose Marie Jones, Sybil Jean Dumire 3etty Wiegmnn, Sandra J and Billy Roby. : •_•-.-. Initiated Into Order . Mrs. Myrtle Edwards was initiated nto the Black water Rebekah Order, No. .274, at "a meeting held Tuesday night in the lodge hall Mrs. . Stella Luzier, . right noble grand,'was In^ charge..Mrs. -T. Brown, Rochester, N. Y. and Mrs. Amber .Rexfode, officer ol ,he .Thomas order, we^e guest speakers. . .'.."'. .; '• .".'.' To 'Attend O.E.S. Meeting Mrs. Mae Stratton will speak a vhe Wednesday afternoon session o .he Grand Chapter 6. E. S. openinf conference Tuesday afternoon am closing Thursday evening in Par cersburg, W. Va. Other represehta .lyes from the Black water; Chap te will-be .worthy matron, Miss Mary knaggs, Douglas;, grand Ruth,-.Mrs Emma' Campbell, Davis; Mrs."Mil dred'C. Wilson, : Douglns; Mrs. Graci Collins', and Mrs. Marjorie McDow ell, • both of Davis. - . p«rsnn?l ant! General Mr. and Mrs. James B3dw*eV Schene'ctady, N.' Y., announce th birth of a son, Sept. 28. Mrs. Kid well is the former Virginia'Bom berger,' daughter of L. M. Bomber ger, 'of Davis. The father is a son of Mrs. Alice Kldwell, of Davi und is employed by 'he Genera Electric Company, Mrs. Virginia C. Hughes has re ceived word from her husband, Mas ter Sgt. Luther N. Hughes, statin he has landed in this country an will soon be home. Sgt. Hughes has been overseas for 21 month Mrs. Joseph PortlnJ Is spendin this week in New York, where he husband is employed. Gates Williams and daughtc Mrs. Naomi W. Kneisly, and Mr Dora Barker, are visiting in Cum berland, Md., over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jarrett an family, Winchester, Ind., are gues' of the letter's sister, Mrs. Marjor: Conley. . H. Bernard Kneisly Is visiting h parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank' H Kneisly, Martinsburg. Mrs. Michael Ancharuk . accorr panicd her mother to Pittsburgh Pa., for medical treatment. ' ' .. Seaman Second Class William Ai nold, U. S. Navy, who has bee serving in the Atlantic •war sone,' spending a leave with his parents! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Arnold. Mrs. T. B. T. Wallers, Alderton, is home. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sprlggs. Ridge- ey. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ingram. Tri-State Obituary f. •. '' 3. Curtl»' r McCoy ": : '' Moorefleld, W. Va'., • Septi 30—J. Curtis McCoy, 67; died Friday *l Is home here,-following an Illness ^ t twb iWeeks. He had been' in bad ealth'. for : several yearsL' He was lortv in Franklin ^ind was a son r the late Pehdleton Mpcoy..apd Mrs. :Kat« MdMecheh. McCoy. IHis ither died when .he was a small hild, and his mother, a native of SJoorefleld, returned to here--with er two children, to make her lOnie. Mr. McCoy is survived by .is wife, Mrs. Eunice Dasher Mc- !oy; an aunt, Miss Carrie .Mc- ilechen, Moorefield. He owned anc perated McCoy's Grand Tlieater It was an elder In the Moorefleld Presbyterian Church. Commander British Chutists Buck Home 'London, Sept. 30 (IP)— MaJ. .Gen R. .E. Urquhart,''commander British First Airborne Division which was forced. to evacuate th Arnhem bridgehead after an eight day stand, arrived home last nigh and was greeted by words of prais rom 'Field Marshal Sir Bernard L Montgomery. . "There can be few episodes mor jlorious than the epic of Arnhem, Montgomery said. . Urquhart, who was flown bac rom Holland, declined to xommen on a British War Office announce meht he had been captured bu ater escaped. German Cruiser Sinks As Result Of Accideii ays U; S, Policies Prolonging War Vorman; Thomas, Socialist, Scores.Roosevelt ' : •• and Churchill ., i -'-•'.- . .' i* Los Angeles, Sept. 30 W—Norman Thomas, .' ; white-naired:..veteran - ; ; of tie. Socialist party, who is . cam- aigning for the presidency, told in audience, of 2,000 here'lost night hat the- "administration's present policies, which. Dewey apparently iccepts, both prolong this war and nvite. the next." •. - ;; "It Is possible that ruling groups n Britain and Russia, although no1 he people, may have something to gain by the -Balkanlzatlon not only of Moscow and London," declared Thomas. "We Americans have everything to lose by 'underwriting t with the lives of. this and the next generation of our sons." Referring to the statement London, Sept. 30. W—The Noi weglan government information of flee said today the 6,000 ton Ger man cruiser Konigsberg was sun recently in Laisevaag harbor, Ber gen, apparently as the result of a accident. The cruiser had just been move into a 20,000 ton floating drydoc when the dock capsized, the state ment said. The vessel was sunk .b British planes in 1940 but later was refloated. .- 'rime Minister ChurchUt Thursday that the war against Germany may run into IMS, Thomas stated: "I charge that this .prolongation of war, this certainty that add!- ;iohal thousand* of our sons will not return to .us again, la'In very large part due to Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. hurchlll, who have united the German people to the bitter end by offering no terms but unconditional surrender.^ .:•-, " Ancient City Of Bath Hard-Hit By Germans Ijondon, Sept. 30 (fP) —The ancient city of Bath suffered 1,273 casualties and 19,000 ol ita buildings were destroyed by Nazi bombers in the three nights from April 35 through April 27, 1942, British authorities compiling .bomb damage data announced today. The assaults- were termed "Baedeker" raids, the British saying the Germans had made a studied effort to wipe out England's famous cities listed' in the guidebooks by Kar' Baedeker. tain Hampers Collection Of Paper for War Efforl Westernport, Sept. 30—Scheduled ollections of paper for the war ef- ort were impeded'by rain, accord- ng to Alton R. Fortney, chairman f the .Upper Potomac Salvage iommlttee. = : Paper collected in Frost- urjr Sunday, 3 p, m., postponed rom today. Collections will be RADIONIC HEARING AID Accepted by American Medical Association Council on Physical Therarv MADE BY Complete with crystal microphone, radionic tubes, batteries and battery- saver circuit. One model—one price—one quality—Zenith's finest. No extras—no "decoys." as easy to adjust as a pair of binoculars! Investigate this nationwide crusade to lower the cost of hearing. Come in tor a demonstration. You are the judge of whether you can hear or not. Demand is greater than supply. We sell only to those whom a hearing aid can help. No high pressure salesman will call on you. FRANKLIN L SPEAR Optometrist 8.0 PERSHING STREET PHONE 2812-W made in Keysor. W. Va., and the Trl-Towns, starting Monday at 6 p. m,. . Loading of paper into railway cars will proceed Sunday and Mpn~ day in Keyser, Piedmont and Ftbst- burg. Neighboring communities may avail themselves of the car loading facilities in any of these threq places, Mr. Fortney announced. Sardines were named »fter the island of Sardinia. Ration Roujidup Meats, fats, Etc.—Book Four *. red stamps A8 through Z8 and __Aj>_ through K5 valid indefinitely. No more will be validated until Oct. 29. ' Processed foods — Book Four blue stamps A8 through Z8 and A5 through R5 valid indefinitely. No more will be validated until Nov. 1. Sugar—Book Four stamps 30. through 33 valid indefinitely for flve pounds each. Stamp 40 good for five pounds for home . canning through Feb. 28, 1945. Shoes—Book Three airplane stamps 1 and 2 good indefinitely. • A new shoe stamp will be validated Nov. 1 and be good indefinitely with the others. Gasoline—In northeast and ' southeast, Ii-A coupons good for three gallons through Nov. 8. Elsewhere, 13-A coupons in- New York good for four gallons through Dec. 21. B-4, C-4, B-5 and C-5 coupons good everywhere for flve gallons. Fuel oil—Old Period Four and flve coupons valid throughout the current heating season. New period one coupons also valid now and good throughout heat- Ing year. Broivn Looks Forward To Future With Hope Detroit. Sept. 30 (/PI —Prentiss Brown, former Democratic TJ.. S. senator, says the nation "can look forward to the future with confidence" no matter who is elected president. "No man in the history of this country ever was absolutely essential to the welfare of the United States," Brown said in a talk to the Adcraft Club yesterday. Brown, evidently assuming there were Dewey. supporters in his nudl- ence, said "I think I'll be able to stand it If Dewey is elected and I think you'll be able, to stand it If Roosevelt remains in office." PEOPLE'S HARDWARE Cor. S, , Gtorjt St. ol Union rhont 2223 A Few of Our Many GIFT Suggestions 11111 ^•mmmmmmm mmwmmmmmm CROSSES All kinds of crosses. Some very snappy numbers In our collection. from 1.50 to 12.75 LOCKETS We have an assortment ol lockets that you must see to appreciate. TIE SETS An assortment of tic pin sets to choose from . . . priced low. 2.95 to 18.95 from 3.75 to 5.95 BRACELETS The newest in expansion bracelets that fit your wrist perfectly. Low price. froml2.5Otol5.5O COSTUME JEWELRY Come in look over our fine costume jewelry and you'll be treated to a dazzling display of alluring, desirable pieces. from 1.00 to 39.50 PEN & PENCIL Quality fountain pen and pencil sets that will make grand gifts. from 6.0O to 76.80 BRACELETS Tag him or her this Christmas. Everybody's doing It. Priced low. from 5.95 to 14.50 DRESSER SETS We have a large assortment of .splendid new styfes. You'll find a bCRU- tlful set. Rt the price you want to pay. frqm 7.95 to 32.95 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN NOW! L.B6RNJT6IN Hunyi Hurry! HURRYl LAST CALL . . . Christmas gift photographs must be taken now for overseas to allow time for finishing... 3, for $ 5.95 October 4th Last Day to take pictures for overseas. FREE! Lovely photo to Service Men and Women. ALSO Reg. $7 Sepia 8x10 photo to Service Men's Children. Rosenbaum's BUY-REFINANCE Through FHA-The Modern Way! "-'.•' ....*.*•* * FHA OFFERS MORE THAN ANY OTHER PLAN OF FINANCING IN EXISTENCE! 4 J /2% Aetna! Interest Reduces Each Month 20 YEARS TO REPAY you may repay sooner tf you desire and thereby effect even greater savings. Here are actual savings effected by FHA (mured mortgage at 4Vi% over the old-fashioned interest rate of 6%. On SI, 000 9 6% You Repay In 12 Yean $1,405.44 In 15 years $1,519.20 In ZO Years $1,720,80 On 51,000 @ 414% Vou Repay In 12 Yean $1,297.44 In 15 years $(,377.00 In 20 Year* $1,519,20 FHA PLAN SAVES TOD In 12 Yean $108,00 In 15 Yem $142.20 In 20 Yean $201.60 HERE IS A PAYMENT SCHEDULE AMOUNT MORTGAGE $1000 $2000 $3000 $4000 TERMS 20 Yrs. 20 Yrs, 20 Yrs, 20 Yrs, . KOKTHH PMHEXT . MiKCIPAL »ND WEttST $ 6.33 SI 2.66 SI 6.99 $25.32 You can re-finance your present mortgage and effect the same savings. Veterans May Acquire HOMES under The "6-1" Bill of Rights Call at People's Bank for Further Details NO DELAY WITH FHA Decide Now To Call at the Proplns Kmik of (/umlxirliim Sectrre full facts nboul this wonderful new *<rcamllntd plan of financing . . . Appointment nmdo at Tour convenience . . , Phono Cumberland 1SS Mcmt>at Federal Depoiil Insurance Corporttton

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