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TWENTY-TWO SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1944 frrottburg Lonaconing Mi. Savage Byndman Oakland Tri-Totcn* News From In Gu Befysrd FroMitrg Galclara To Speak At Elks' Session Lodge To Receive Army 1, Award ol Merit For.Ils v Part in War Effdrt Frostburg, Sept. 30—CoU-'Joseph D. Caldara, stationed in 'Washington with the Army. Air Forces headquarters, will be the principal sponger at ceremonies Tuesday night, October 17, when Frastburg Lodge No. 410, BP.O. Elks is presented with the Army Award of Merit. 'The speaker, who has seen action in.the Paciflc theatre of operations, and is a member of the Frostburg lodge, was invited by Joseph Montana, who heads the local Elks War Committee. .The affair, marking the honorable service distinction In the war effort, that Mr. Montana's committee has attained lor the Frostburg lodge, will include a banquet with a number of Army officials as guests, .. Through the combined efforts of Frostburg and Cumberland Elks lodges, 385 have received commissions and others are still under officer training programs. The refresher course, the expenses defrayed by IrleElk lodges, gave young' men, Interested .in the army air forces, an opportunity to take preparatory courses in. mathematics, English antl science to help fit them for the difficult courses of study \mder the army aviation program. V The award will be presented to the Frostburg lodge by Lt. Col. E. A. C. . Curran, district recruiting and Induction ofllcer of the Third Service Command, stationed at Washington. Ladies Fire Auxiliary Elects New Officers Frostburg, Sept. 30 — Mrs. Leslie Hendlcy was elected president of the Ladles Auxiliary of Frostburg Fire Department. Mrs. John Dennison was elected vice-president; Mrs. David Powell, secretary, and Mrs. Sylvia Sheetz, treasurer. State President, Mrs. George F. Engle, will install the newly-elected officers October 23. Mrs. Engle is a member of the local Auxiliary.' . Retiring officers are Mrs. Anthony LaPorta, president; Mrs. James Banna, vice-president; Mrs. Sylvia Sheetz, secretary, and Mrs. Margaret Kight, treasurer. Class To Meet Frcstburg, Sept. 30 — The Gleaners Sunday School class of First Methodist church, will meet at the church Thursday, 6 p. m., to go to Layman's farm for its annual chicken dinner. The committee in charge, includes Mrs. Charlotte Folk, Mrs. Beulah Williamson, Mrs. Thelma Maefcay, Mrs. Kutu TDuu aiiu Mrs. jfdarga- retha Yates. Gets M. D: Degree Myrlle Pngk Elected * President F.F.F. Clui Frostburg, Sept. 30 — At a recent meeting of the F. F. F. club at the home of Mrs. Lydia HImmelwrlght, Beali street, the following were elected: Myrtle Pugh, president; Marge Runion, vice-president; Erma Harrison, secretary; Betty Brlnkman, vice-secretary; Lydia Hlmmelwright, treasurer; Vivian Geary, camp fund treasurer; Llewella Carder, reporter; Margaret Geary, stamp fund trea- turer and Anne Duckworth, servicemen's fund treasurer. , Others present were Mary Mc- Luckle, Hilda, Williams, Roe Pugh, Bdna Richardson and Anne Thomas. Personal and \3eneral Miss Doris L. Stewart, employed In the offices of her father, A. Charles Stewart, state and county tax collector, is spending a vacation in Pittsburgh and Unlontowrt. Pvt. Melvin a Dye returned to Truax Field, Wis., after spending a furlough with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dyej Midland. John Morgan, Spring street, is 51!. Miss Clarette Sehon, executive (secretary of the training school at Vineland, N. .;., will speak at the weekly luncheon of the Frostburg Rotary club Monday, at Layman's farm. Seaman John Davis, who was wounded when the IT. S. Destroyer Fisk was sunk, August 2, is recovering at St. AJban's hospital, Long Island, N. Y. His wife, the former Miss Helen Peebles vUited him. He is a *on of Mrs. August Davis, Washington street. The Misses Eleanor Ann. Margaret and Frances Keifs, returned to Washington, Pa., after visiting their aunt. Mrs. Annr. Keirs, East Main street. Mrs. Pauline T. Layman, East Main street, received word that her husband. Pvt. G. Woodrow Layman) former Frostburg business man, has been transferred from France to Belgium. Barton Barton, Sept. 30 — The Barton Frst Methodist will Join with other churches in a world vide observance of holy communion Sunday, at 10:45 a. m. The men's Bible class will be in charge of the evening worship service at 7:30. The First Presbyterian church or Barton will observe world wide communion at the Sunday morning service at 10:45. The Young People will have charge of the evening service with Kmma Lou McCormlck as leader. The sophomore class of Barton high cchool elected officers Friday, They are: President, George Winkler; vice president, Harold WHson; treasurer, Victor Bender; secretary. Marlon Donaldson. The claw will hold a wiener roast Thursday, 7:30 p. m, at the city r«- eervoir. Cpl. Robert Harvey Kirk, who *pcnt two years with the Army In Alaska, is spending his first furlough since his induction with his par- .ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk." Akron, and with his sister Mrs. Nettle Wright here.. The junlpr class of Barton high »ciiooi nold n wiener ron.it Friday at .the city reservoir, Th* ne»t meetins of the Barton Hose Co. No. 1 will be Montlny at 7:30 p. m. Th* Lrulies Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, 8 p. m. Thomas G. Ellas : Frostburg, Sept. 30.,— Thomas Glenn Ellas, son'of Mr. : and Mrs. Thomas Ellas; 56 West Loo street, was graduated Friday from the College of Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore. Dr. Ellas Is an alumnus : of Beall High School havfng been graduated with the class of 1937. He attended Western Maryland-GoHegerWesUulmUir, and was graduated with the degree of bachelor, of science in June, 1941. In the fall of the same year, he enrolled at the: University. In January, 1943, he enlisted in the United States Nnval Reserve receiving a commission as ensign. He resigned his commission and re-enlisted as a seaman in the United State Naval Reserve under the V-12 program. Besides, receiving the degree of doctor of medicine. Dr. Elias was also commissioned lieutenant, junior grade, .in -the United States Naval Reserve. He is a member of Sigma Nu, a medical fraternity. Dr. Ellas will start his Interneship at the University :,of. Maryland- Hospital, Baltimore, .tomorrow. Dr. Elias was married to Miss Mary Roberts Patrick, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Julian G. Patrick, Luke, on December 26, I943/At present, they are residing at 1655 Halworth Road, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Ellas and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick attended the commencement exercises. lionaconing Young. People Active Lonflconlnfr, Sept. 30.—The young people of the , First Methodist Church will meet October 8 at 6:30 p. m. In the church.- Jean Orr Is president of .the youth choir; Gilbert Duckworth, vice-president; Jennie Lee Frye, secretary; Lois Miller, treasurer; JeanvOrr, pianist; Lois Miller, as- slstari't (pianist; and Jennie Lee Frye, publicity manager. They are .planning to hold a Hal- lowe'en party .this month. Doris Lee Smith, Lois Miller, Jennie Lee Frye, and Calvin Steele. compose this committee. Socials Plumed The Jackson Street School made plans to hold its annual Hallowe'en social Thursday, October 26. The Detmold School Parent - Teacher Association will als,o hold its regular Hallowe'en social Thursday, October 26, Central High School will have Its Hallowe'en carnival Friday, October 27. Birif Mention The Guild of St. Peter's Episcopal Church will meet alter the Sunday evening service. The Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity will be observed at 7:30 p. m. with prayer and sermon. The American Junior Red Cross deposited boxes in the local schools to be filled for refugees of war. The students were asiced .to-bring, articles or coins to purchase trinkets to fill the boxes. They will be sent overseas for war victims. The Lonaconing Mayor and City Council will meet in the Council Chamber Monday. The Health Clinic schedule lor October Is: Health Center Committee, Tuesday, October 10; baby clinic, Thursday. October 12; and pre-natal cUrilc, Friday, October 20. The Lonaconihg Lions Club will meet at the K. of P. Hal], Union street, Monday. Mrs. William Rankln is visiting in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington. Petty Officer Third Class and Mrs, William T. Richardson announce the birth of a daughter Saturday morning at . the Hodgson Clinic. Mrs. Richardson is the former Miss LnRne Bland. Seaman Second Class and Mrs. August Elchhorn announce the birth of- a son 'Saturday morning at the Hodgson Clinic. Mrs. Eichhorn is the former Miss Edna Lashbaugh. Deer Park Deer Park, Md., Sept. 30—Mrs. Ellen Hinebaugh U visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ammon Paugh, Beryl, W. Va. Mrs. Margaret Shank and Mrs. Melva Rodeheaver are patients at the Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Clarence Porter, Eckhart, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Clatterbuck. Mrs. B. V. Rafferty, Pekin, returned after spending three weeks here. Miss Nell Browning, K. N., Allegany Hospital, Cumberland, visited her sister, .Mrs. R, J. Garrett. * Miss Helena Perando, Cadet Army Nurse. Allegany Hospital, Cumberland, was home. Cresaptoivn Cresaptown, Sept. 30.—The Parent-Teacher* Association will meet Tuesday at, 7:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. A social hour will follow. The Ladles Golden Rule Bible Class will meet Tuesday at 7:30 i>. m. in the Methodist Social Hall. The';followlng of the armed forces are home on furough: Albert Shank, Theodore Stouffer, James Grant and Howard Meagher. Mrs. Ralph Skelly, Jr., and wn ill leave Monday to join her husband, Ralph Skelly, Jacksonville, F!a. . . Mrs. Lou Alexander, who celebrated her 00th birthday in August, remalas 111. . » • : Lt. Bruce Herahbcrger, who was In Virginia, hns been transferred to Martlnsbvirir. W. Va,. where he is receiving treatment for a foot )n- Roivlesburg Speakers Listed For Dedication 1 Rowlcsburg, W. Vav Sept. 30—An honor, roli containing the names of the men and women of the Rowlesburg community, scrying in World War II has been erected in the Baltimore and Ohio' Railroad park, facing of State Route. 72, In Rowlesburg, and will be dedicated Sunday at 2 p. m. Reed F. Myers; assistant superintendent of Preston county schools will be master of ceremonies. Speakers are Vernon Thomas, Baltimore and Ohio . Railroad of Baltimore, and' Brig. Gen. Carltoh i. Pierce, director o? selective serv- :e and Dr. fnra Kercheval, state commander, of American Legion. Music will be furnished by the regimental band of Fairmont. Vance-LaRosa "Mr. and Mrs. Bruno LaRosa, Manheim, W. Va,, announce the marriage of 'their daughter, Maria Tbnia, to Cpl. Louis' Vance, son of Mr, arid Mrs. John ; Vance, of Nutter Fort, Clarksburg, W. Va. The wedding was soleniriizcd in a nuptial mass at high noon last Sunday in St. PhUomena's Catholic Church, Rowlesburg, W. Va., with Rev. John J, Hanley, reading the sing le-ring-Berytce: : The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown with long train, and long veil, and carried white rosebuds. Miss Angekine Vance, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor .and wore pale yellow net. Ernest LaRosa, brother of the bride, was best man. Following the service, a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaRosa; and dinner was served to SO. Cpi. Vance Is stationed with the Medical Corps at the McCloskey General Hospital, Texas. . They will be at home after Oct. 15, at Waca, Texas. Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Allen May observed their golden wedding Thursday, in their home on Main street. Mrs. May, the former Miss Alberta Jane Brown, Is a daughter of the late George E. and Sarah E. Danser Brown, and Mr. May is the son of the late Lewis and Malissa Rogers May. They were married Sept. 28, 1894, at the home of the bride's parents, five miles west of Fellowsville, along the old Northwestern Turnpike, and by the Rev.' JoVm Funk, of Feliows- ville. It was his first marriage service. Besides the pastor, wedding guests living are Mrs. Nellie Anderson Hooton, " of Browning street, Cumberland; Miss Annia Dariser, of Parkersburg, and C. H. Danser, Tunn'elton. Mr. May is ^ retired Baltimore and Ohio Railroad man, and a life resident of Rowlesburg. Youths Honor eel" Air. and Mrs. Ira A, Proud foot entertained at a steak dinner in their . home on the South . Side, honoring five who have became 18 arid who are planning to enter the armed forces^ Honored were thelr ypungest son, Robert EL Proudfoot, Charles Bolyard, Raymond Naale, Alan Sturdlvaut and Earl Chambers. Other guesfcs were Mrs. B. B. .Stur- dlvant, Mrs.' James Hayden and Miss Joretta Proudfoot." Brief Mention A son was born Sept. 6 to Ensign and Mrs. Ralph Hooton, Venice, Calif., and has been' named Joel Leslie Hooton. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hooton, Rowlesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Reed Baumgardner, of Rowlesburg, announce the birth of Richard Reed II,' Sept. 11 at a Clarksburg hospital. The mother is the former Miss Mary Cannon, Rowlesburg. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Hosteller, Piqua, Ohio, are visiting. the doctor's mother, Mrs. Margaret Hostetter. S. Sgt. and Mrs. .Charles W. Strother and son ol Cherry-Point, N. C., are visiting their parents. John ;Felty,, former mayor of Rowlesburg, has been ill for two weeks. Master Sgt. Franklin H. Proudfoot is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Proudfoot. T. Cpl. Ralph Shaffer, recently stationed at Jackson, Miss., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Shaffer, Pinehurst, and reported for specialized training in ordnance work at Pittsburgh. Cpl.. Harry Miller returned to Camp Polk, La., after visiting his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Miller. Cpl. and Mrs. Charles Andresakes returned to Hattlesburg, Miss., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wable. Mrs. A. J, Moore returned to her home after spending two weeks in the Myers Clinic, Phllippi, where she underwent a major operation. Mr. Moore who has been confined to his home for two months with a heart ailment is Improving. Parker Ayersman returned to his summer home from a Clarksburg hospital, where he has underwent two major operations. Mrs. Ella Moore, Mountain Lake Park, is the guest of Mrs. A. A. Pickering. Mrs. Ella Sell returned to Baltimore, Friday, after spending- two weeks visiting her father, C. B. Pugh. Brown Hostetter returned to Salisbury, Md., after visiting his mother, Mrs. Margaret Hostetter. Jury at the Newton Baker Hospital. Miss Betty Lou Karah returned to Baltimore, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher and sister, Mrs. Alma Duer. Lewis Shepherd, Navy, Norfolk; Va., is visiting here. Mrs. Christian Skidmore and «m. of Burklttaville, Md., is visiting lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Miller. Mr. Skldmore Is with the Navy. Tri-Towns Wiseman Is Seeking '; Re-Elecliou Iu Luke TrI-Towns. Sept. 30—Fred Wiseman, is a candidate for re-election as mayor of Luke; Voting Is scheduled for Monday, October 9. The present • commissioners, Harry F, Dawson. J. Edward Duckworth, R, C. Stump, and J. Guthrie ! Luke, Sre candidates and William H. Smith.has filed for council: Candidates must file-10 days before the election, ..; • \ •'..'•.. .' . Starts Internship Thomas Jackson, son of Frank Jackson, Piedmont,. -who received his medical degree from University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and was_commlssloned- a-1 Ir«t4ieu tenant in the-Army Reserves begun internship in the University Hospital. . He is a • graduate . of St. Peter's high school, ,Westernport; Potomac State School, Keyser, and West Virginia University; Morgantbwn, and.was awarded a Phi Beta Kappa key at the latter place. : '-•'•'•"..: : Frank Jackson, . and; daughter, Miss.Gertrude Jackson, C. H.-Gannon, Piedmont, and Mr, and Mrs. John :W. Gannon^ and son, Billy, Arlington, Va., attended the graduation exercises. at Philadelphia. -.'. Brief Mention ' > . The Rev. Ernest Bruce Capliriger entered—his—sixtt^year as p astor~df the United Brethren Church, Westernport; being reappointed at 'the annual session of the conference heid at-Singers-Glen. . •'.-• Mrs. Dorothy Dawsoh Davis 'who passed her examinations for acceptance In. the WAVES at :Washington 'Will report' Nov. 2 at Hunter College^ New York. She is the wife of Pfc. John Davis, Piedmont, who is overseas,. and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonsus Dawson, Morgantown. The Young Ladies Bible 'Class of Trinity Methodl§t Church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Howard Michael, with Mrs. Elmer Smith as assisting hostess. Mrs. Bernard Kenney, Sr., Westernport, was called to Canton, Ohio, because of the illness of Mrs. Norm a Kenney Litta. The Helen Gold Bible Class of Presbyterian Church met at the home of Mrs. Joseph. L. Love, with Mrs. Jessie Smith as co-hostess. The next meeting will-be held October 23 at. the church. The Past Councillors Club of the Daughters of America will meet at the lodge hall, Westernporl, Monday at 7,:30 p. m. Miss Frances Penman, Westernport, returned from Washington, Merchant Marine Herbert Dawson is home on a furlough after a trip in the Mediterranean. Pvt. Helen A. Sottlemyer, R. I., box 21, Westernport, who has been stationed at the training center of the Women's Army Corps Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., .has been aligned to Depot No. 1, Fort George Meade, Md. Misses Frances and Virginia KlcSi- ardson who visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richardson, Westernport, returned-to Baltimore. ' Mi. Savage _ . Mt. Savage^sept. 30.— Miss Sylvia Clark, daughter of Mrs. ' Laverne Clark and th<? .late James Clark, of Finzel, and Francis Leo Malloy, son of Mr. -and Mrs-. Joseph Malloy, were 'married Thursday evening at the rectory of St. Patrick's Catholic Church The bride wore a navy blue ensemble with matching accessories and a corsage of gardenias. The brldesmand also, wore navy blue with black accessories. Her corsage was yellow rosebuds. ' • Following the. ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Porter, aunt of the bridegroom. A thre'e-tiered wedding cake with a miniature bride and groom centered the table. Forty guests were present. Lions Have yVnnual Dinner The Mt. Savage Lions Club held its annual dinner and ladies night Thursday evening in St. George's Parish House. The dinner was served by the members of the Junior Guild of. St. George's church. Prof. Ivan C. Diehl, Frostburg State Teachers' College, related his experiences on a tour through Mexico, and Pvt. Aloyslus Blake, Camp Blanding, Fla.. gave a brief talk. Edward J. "Conway, president, was toastmaster. A program was presented by the Mt. Savage Quartette composed of Ralph Wilson, William Kirby, John Hawk and Robert Kirby. Lesion Auxiliary Elects Mrs. Joseph ' Carter was elected president of Memorial Unit No. 159 American Legion Auxiliary, 1 at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. : Carter. Other officers are Mrs. Myrtle A. Rice, vice president; Miss Rosemary Carter, secretary; Mrs. Margaret L. Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Rowley, sergeant - at - arms and Mrs. Sara Jane Turely, chaplain. Circle Meets The Willing Wqrkers Circle No. 1 met at the home of Mrs. Tillie Kirby last week and made plans for a hallowe'en party to be held at the. next meeting at the home of Miss Esther Frankenbcrry. Present were Mesdames Edna Witt, Dorothy Crowe, Eva Shaffer, Eula Frankenberry, Dorothy Evans, Maude Holsinger, Miss Esther Frankenberry, Sonla Evans, Bobby Crowe and Donald Kirby. Personal and General Pvt. Richard Hotchkiss, Camp Blanding, Fla., is home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flanigan, Sr., received word of the arrival in England of their son, Joseph Flanigan, chief petty officer, United States Maritime Service: The Official Board of the Methodist church will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the recreation hall of the church. Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins and SUN.-MON. «» A ¥ A f«V MATINEE »nd and TUES. If AJUAVJb NIGHT IN TECHNICOLOR "UP IN ARMS" WUh Danny Kaye, Dinah Shore, Dan* Andrews Partom . ' Hot Lunch SeEbol Prograin To Start V Parsons, W." • Va.,' : Sept. :30^Fl rc schools will purttclpate in-the hot lunch program for Tucker '• county which gets underway Monday. The War Food Administration has glyen Its approval, according to.Re.ardon Cuppett,. county superintendent of schools. • •••'. . : :„ •• - . .r . The Parsons high school will have 210 students to eat with Mrs. Zora Hehle ; as head of the department with three assistants. The grades have 160 enrolled with Mis.' Grace Cosner as head cook, assisted by two nttipr* . . _. _ The Hamrick .school will have 160 each day' with Mrs. Kenny as head cook, assisted" by two. The Thomas schools will have 125 with Mrs. Mae Arnold and one other cook; the .Porterwood school .will have 60 with only one cook, Mrs. Henry Bright. Total enrollment for the program Is 3Q more than at the 'starting of the, program last year. The students will pay 7c per day; the federal government 7c and the state will allow each school $20 per month, Clinic Is Held Eighty X-rays and the Patch tests losis clinic Monday and Tuesday. The 'senior classes of Thomas, Davis and Parsons were given the Pntch tests and other students, and county residents were X-rayed by the state mobile unit from Charleston. '" ' ' .Mrs. Bernlce Oliver, field nurse for the county, was In charge and was assisted by the members of.the county association: Mrs. H: U. Freeman, president; Mrs. Herman Lambert secretary; Mrs. Ralph-Erhard, treasurer. Also aiding were: Mrs. C. •• R. Thayer, president of the Thomas Woman's Club, and Mrs. R: B. Daniels, Parsons. Itebekah's Appoint "Trustees Jesse Bennett,-Howard Loughry and Amer Loughry 'were elected trustees of the Liberty Lodge," No; 95, Daughters of Rebekah. The entertainment committee composed of Mrs. .Beulah' Nestor, Mrs. Maxine Gllmore and Mrs. Grace Hovatter, was appointed by the Noble Grand, Mrs. Fern Loughry. Brief Mention George B. Thompson, Davis, and Selby R. Adams, St. George, will be the delegates to the Southern States Cooperative from Tucker county at the Shenandoah Hotel, MartJns- burg. October 5. Clyde Hady, Davis, and Karl L. Wolfe, St. George, are alternates. ' . R. L. "Bob". Harper, son of Syl- vanlus Harper, Parsons and Charleston, Is improved. He has been a patient in a Washington hospital for two weeks following a major operation.' ' . . . Reardbn Cuppett, county superintendent of schools, stated that the 300 bags for the collection of milk weed pods 'have been filled and 100 more : bags have been distributed. .Mrs. Russell Furbee, Mount Pleasant, . Mich., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. RUey Harper. ; "Mrs. Earl Moore, Baltimore, • is visiting her father, E. I. Long. . Harry Kelley, Austin, Minn., Is in Bretz. Fort Ashby Fort Ashby, W. Va., Sept. 30— The W.S.C.S. held its fourth anniversary Wednesday evening at the Methodist church. Attending were Mesdames'Henrietta Ambrose, Daisy Davis, Mary Askire, Mary 'Bennett, Mayme Baker, Nannie 'Klein, Mar- Jbrle Wagoner, Lola Long, Lola Dowden, Betty Weakland, Ethel Pyles, Nettle Frase, Lela Bradford, Rachel Self, Maude Walker, Louise Wagoner and Lois Welch; Betty Jo Barnes and Patsy Ruth Deremer, and Marsha Ellen Wagoner. , Rev. Charles Ambrose, 'Jr., has been reappointed pastor of the Meihodlst churches of the Fort Ashby charge. Preaching schedule for services in the Methodist church for Sunday are: Wesley Chapel, 10 a. m.; St. Paul, 11 a. m.; Centinary, 2:30 p. m., and Trinity, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Matie Harris resumed her duties at teacher of the fourth grade. Mrs. Warren Becfcner, the former Miss Eva Allen, Latrobe, Pa., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Allen. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Ambrose and family returnd from Harrisonburg, Va. Mrs. Ervin Kesner is visiting her husband who is in the Navy at Norfolk, Va. •& Mrs. Daisy'_Davis and Lawson Adams attended th* funeral services Tuesday of Mrs. Anna Lue Durbin, Hundred, Pa. Mrs. Carl Adams, Edgar Dowden and Oscar Marker are ill. children, Bobby and Biily,'returned from Paw Paw, W. Va. Vindex „.,.., , . Viridex, Sept? 30. -^The.West Vindex P-P. At met Thursday evening. Officers - electied'. f or the current year': are;•"'president, • Mis. '.Edith Evans;, ! vice-president;.-Mrs:'> Pearl Parks, secretary/Mrs. Esther Evans, find treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Truty / The refreshment committee' select? ed : .was. composed • of .' Mrs. Evelyn Pennell,.Mrs. Dessie Johnston, Mrs; Homer Pratt,: Mrs. T. Greaser; entertainment ': committee,-;Roy Kltz- mlller, Mrs. Ethel Evans, Mary DeWitt and Edna Knox.' Plans were made;for a games and Hallowe'en party*. Refreshments were served by the teachers. .'. '~, Homemakers Meet The : Homemakers. club met last less. Those present'were Mesdames Esther Evans, Edith Evans, Eveiyri Pennell, Helen Lipscomb, Dessie Johnston, Effie Corrip, Ada Stewart, Mary DeWltt, Ethel Evans,- Gertrude Baker, Pearl Parks and Mrs. Mildred Hoffman, and H. D, Agent. 4-U Girls Meet The 4-H Club girls met Thursday evening at :.West Viridefe school with Mrs. Mildred Hoffman. Present', were Beatrice Parks, Naomi Parks. Janet Evans, Ger'aldine DeWitt, Beatrice Baker, Doris.Harvey, Ellen Johnston, Arvetta Michels and Mrs. G. Truly. farty . ~~—A farewell party was held at the home of Miss Carrie Green, Sulphur, W.Va., in honor .of Forman Murphy and Earl Junkins who left for the Army, Among the attendants were: '. Mrs. Lawrence Murphy and chil- iren;.Wilina Jean, William arid Forman, Jr. Mills,'Galin Harvey, Dixie BurreJ, Nellie Paugh,. Earl Junkins, Mark and Paul Evans, Hattle Lake, Richard Schwiriabart, Frederick, Wilson, William Mason, John Morris, Mr. and Mrs- Charles Green and daughters,' Velma and Carrie, Show Perfect Attendance The following pupils showed perfect attendance at the West Vihdex school for the month of September. Primary grades; Helen Beeman, Pauline Harvey, Nancy. : Rlggelmsn, Betty Turner, Henry Armstrong, Leo Baker, Albert Broadwater, Harold Johnston, Ralph Pratt, Jimmy Sharpless; Charles Knbx, Shirley RIggleman, James Lipscomb, Ronnie Pennell, Roy Pratt, Margie Harvey, Louise Armstrong, Leona Tasker, Shirley -Turner, Wayne Johnston, Norma Parks, and Roy Sharpless. Intermediate Grades: .Tames Pratt, Slwood Sharpless, Shu-ley Greaser, Colleen Evans, Leona Turner, Beulah Mae Carr, Freddie Evans, Margaret Lipscomb, Doraine Pratt, Frederick Tasker, Jr., Arveta Michels, Garlln Greaser, Henry Kelley, Betty Harvey; Jacqueline Rohrbaugh, Doris Harvey and Janet Evans. Mrs. Roy. Comp and children, Betty Lou and Dale, returned from visiting Mr, and Mrs. Elwood Comp, of near Pittsburg, Pa. Russell Knox, Jr., is a patient atj Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. • S-2-c Leo Michels, injured while >n duty in. the South Pacific war zone, is home with a medical discharge. Miss Mabel See, principal 'of West Vindex school, spent the weekend with' her parents, of near Clarksburg. - . Pvt. Wilmer Croscoe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Croscoe, plays as outfielder for the co-champions of the Eighth.Service Command Baseball League at a Service Command Station in England. Pvt. Croscoe, serving as a cook, entered the ser- vice.In 1942, after graduating from Kitzmiller high school. Keyser 37 MVfen Casualties Keyser, W. ,Va.j Sept. -30— Thtrty- severi former 'Potomac ; State ; Scjhbqi students .have .; been, \killed', "'-wounded, reported- missing or" iiiada . pri^- qners in the current war; according to Miss Mary 'shipper,, librarian at the school. : .. - - ... ' Killed m action: Capt.'-Earl McCorkle, at Lainor, Calif.; Lt. Sam Carr, in New Guinea; Lt;-Paul Ken- drlck, In the Pacific .theatre; Lt. Dale Ingram, in California; Lt. Ralph Cpftmari, in Florida; Ensign Joe : Morrow,- In the 'Pacific; Lt. John Offutt, in the European theatre; T-Sgt. Paul '"Tex" Johnson, in Scotland;. Pvt. Joseph Weaver, in Europe ;.Lt, Daniel Sturn, in France; James Sellers,- in -France, Cpl. Boyd Haines, Jones,. in California; S-Sgt. Roy Davlc, - in. the : Mediterranean; and. Lt. Charles Dayton, in 'Europe. •Missing: Ensign Rector' Wright, in the Pacific; Ensign Eldon. Bowers In an undisclosed theater; Lt. James Rogers, in Europe; Lt. Al Kiddle, in Europe; Ensign Robert Hicks, in New Guinea ; Ensign Joe White in the Pacific on submarine duty; Lt. Wllliam 1 Kuykendall, in an undisclosed theater. . . Wounded:. Lt. ' (J.g) ' Clinton "Sparky" Pifer, in Rhode-Island; Ensign James \yelshonce, in the Pacific; Sgt.'. Chester Taylor, in Africa and. .Europe; Capt. Robert Doak, in . France; . T-Sgt. Arthur Haiight, • in. the-'Pacific; Pfc. Don Kady, in France; Lt. Holly Grimm, in North. Africa; Pvt. Norman "Truck" Buzzard, in Italy; and Cpl. Joseph Mams, .in France. Prisoners of War are ' T-Sgt. George Reid, in Germany; S-Sgt Arthur. Kuykendall, in Japan; Lt. Dave Loughrie, in Germany; T- Sgt. John Kidner, In Germany; Lt. Dave .Evans, in Japan; and Sgt. Clarence Biggs, in Germany. . Two reported missing in action and later turned up are Lt. (j.g) Hartsel McCue and Lt. William Schaldt, : Brief Mention John Wright, MM 2-c, returned to Bainbridge, Md., after spending a short furlough with'his wife and mother. ...... \ Cpl. Rex. Deputy returned to Boca Rotan, Fla. after spending a furlough with his ,wife and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.'Clinton Taylor and daughter, Nancy Lee, of Cleveland, are .visiting the former's parents, Mr.'and Mrs. N. C. Taylor. . AMM 2-c and Mrs. Earl- Ebert, who have been at Grosse Isle, Mich., j are . visitlns--th'elr> 1 paTeritsV' : 2-c 'Ebert : will '• report vln';. CMtfo- next \week.' for fitfther'-tralnlng. !| ; Cpl. anil Mrs; Walter.' Xhd who were : recently" iriarrle'd, gone: to Fort Lavoco,' Texas, wb-S Cpl;. Anderson, is stationed with Army. ••'.. ^'- - -f.-V- : ' "''•••' .^Mrs, ; B.. F. Ranjiciell, of Ir>a.-,'.is^visltlng;'here. eri .-route '' ; ' -* --•• - - : -t" •- , . , . €Mrs; ; .L^hce-Saunaers : is 11! at -j Home c-ri-Wat'e'rstTe.et.^V.' '-.-. Mrs.- ,E,;.T..; Kessell' remains * ill \ her home' ori South*' Main''"street. ^ L)t.vagf : James. -Welshonse spending "a- short leave with, his ents,' Mr. and Mrs/ E. P. Lt. Welshonce has been a the Bethesda -Medical Center, hesda,- Md.'.-from' injuries -', last year.-^nd will ' for : -d\4y'jat, the : Naval; Air. Staa-i; Atlantic 'City ^N. J. next week. .' Air : MedalPresented To -Lieut*.-Ray' Bakc^ . HendlScks, "• W. Va.j - ; Sept. 3t;s The 'Air Medal;-"fof' ex'ceptlon!.^ meritorious service In. air flight"} the European Theater of ( tlons, has been awarded to Ray G. Baker, Mustang pilot, frt this place. - • .- .. Accompanying the decoration a citation which stated "The- ness, courage and skill displayed iji Lieut. Baker reflects credit up;! himself and the armed forces of United States." . . Lieut. Baker. is the son of X Nina .Baker, Hendricks. He. ente.4j the Abr. Corps In June, 1939, won his wings'and commission xt 1, 1942. His wife, Mrs. Helen also lives in 'Hcndricks. Upholstering and Rugsj Duralized Cleaned A scientific method brings b the newness to the fabric. Finished in your home f You con see the care (hot Ii laljen c:j 'the materiel. Can use the some <f°r|jg Mothproofing guaranteed for fVvr.^S yeori. "To Economize—Duralize' ' GUARANTEED G. V. Lammert & Son , Phone Frbstfaurg 95-M . Fronchije for Allegony County * Hyndman Hyndman, Pa., Sept. 30—Mrs. Louise Wood .and daughter, Mrs. Leroy .Schleuse returned from.Pitts- burgh where they attended the funeral o£ Mrs. Wood's brother, John Weller. Mr. Weller was born at Hyndman, a son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Weller. Mrs. James Ahlburn attended the Bedford county convention of the W. C. T. "U. Thursday at Point, Pa. Mrs. Devon Menges and daughter, Judith. Cumberland, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Menges. Mrs. Philomene Miller Is visiting at Detroit. A. M. M. 3-c. Luther Kinton, New York, is spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Ada Kinton. Mrs. Ella McFerrin, Bedford Valley, WES a guest at the home of Mrs. Mahlon Evans. Seaman 2-c B. M. Donald Harclerode, New York, spent several days with his mother, Mrs. Ross Harclerode. Mrs. Ross Corley and daughter, Mrs. Ernest Siegner, spent Thursday at Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Orland Klpp and daughter, Janet, Mr. and TVIrs. Harry Naugle, and Mrs. Nora Kipp, Johnstown, Pa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shaffer. Lt. and Mrs. Donald R. Goodwin, Jr., returned to • Ozark, Ala. Lt. Goodwin is stationed at Camp Rucker, Ala. SUNDAY ONLY LYRIC "&AYS OF GLORY" MATINEE NIGHT' With Txmara Toum»nova, Gregory Peck, Alan Re«d NEW SERIAL — "FLYING CADETS" SAN TOY THEATRE Lonaconing, Maryland Program For Week Beginning Oct. 1st. SUNDAY AND MONDAY '. "HIGHER AND HIGHER" Michtle Morgan, frank Sinatra, jack Haley. TUESDAY "MAKE YOUR OWN BED' Alan Hole, Jock Carson, Jane Wyman. WEDNESDAY "MOON OVER LAS VEGAS' 1 Anne Gwynne, Darid Irucr. THUKSDAY AND FK1DAY "THOUSANDS CHEER" Korhryn Grayson, Gent Kelly, Mary Astor, John tales. SATUtOAY . "RAIDERS OF SUNSET PASS" Erfrfit Driw, Smiliy lurnette, Jennifer HoU. Special at CHARLIE HILL'S TOBACCOS AND NEWS STAND 26 W. 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