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h< (e S] zc O ui di TWENTY-TWO iUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915 Frostburg • '• Lonaconing Ml. Savage llymlman Oakland TriVZ'otrni News From Towns In Cumberland Territory Bayard Key«er Davi* Bedford Parsont Roinney Frn»tburg Typing Hailed | Several Weeks! Proslbur?, Fi<b. 24—Adam : Kalbaugh. head or the PrcwtburfS Blood Donor's Club, spo.wored l>y the Amer.cim Leifion, announced :that typir>(; will i>e haueri tor several w«-k*, due to -the illness of Mrs. Eva. Onthmri, laboratory technician, whn hAA be*:i* handling much of the work. :••.'. A number ot volunwers ar« registered but have not *•» yet been typed. 'Tlwy will t* notifli-d when the typing . ii. resumed, lii Ihs mean t-imr, Kftltwugli; ha» miide an appeal for more volunteers, so that the club -Kill hav* a suUlciently targ» menilx-TShlp to j^iarantee blo<xi transfusion service at the ho«s-1 pit a! .\t nil times. . frs Day To Ht- Obnr.rve*! Bv P-T.A.j Frosttmns. Feb. 24.— Founders Day will be otKerved Tuesday, 8 p. m. at i meeting of tha Parent-Teacher of th« College Element- JFrosthiirg Youth \Froslburgef Has \ Ciled by Mitclicr 'Coltf Experience fifth•• . " :; if*.-.--vrt^&'te?i?:&Mi?c ^;.r;-.-Mr?mm* -^^ -'-• :^^m^^"•'> > P' tn r w ti Prbstburg. Feb. 24.—Home after 30 months In tha Aleutians, T-S«t. about cold even Frostburgers, weather. With j temperatures as low as 70.; below aero, accornpauled by a 70-mile gale. I Sgt. Plummer, attached to • the 118th Alaskan Airi ways Conimu.nl- 1 cation System, i spent, practically all his working ihours outdoors. iAs chief of trans- T-Sgt. Plumnvr Imltter maintenance, he traveled '(from hi« home base of Amehitka to the many small islands In. the ] group. | S 1-e James Cordy, Columbus, Ga.; | Mrs. Luther Hilster, Morgontown; Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Brotemarkle and daughter, Port Ashby; Mrs. William Moore, Arlington, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Athey. Westernport; Mrs. Howard McCarthy and daughter, Cumberland, 1 and Mrs. J. 'Cordy and daughter, Cumberland. . ;: •• Mrs. Roy. Marconi and Misses garaery are visiting friends i Ington. and '.Baltimore over weekend. ..., . The Pythian.'Sisters will hold a covered dish, supper Thursday evening at 5:45 In the Pythian Club Rooms. •:".•'.-• : ' Red Cross Quotas To Be Set Today Lonaconing, Feb. 24— A Red Cross meeting will be held Sunday at 2 p. nMn Red CrheauarUrs, Main was almounced today by Er- vln D. Lewis, campaign chairman. : Among the many activities sponsored by the Red Cross, the blood donor service is by far the most out- Mt. Savage ; Lions Observe 1st Anniversary Mt. Savage, Feb. .24 — The Mt. Savage Lions Club celebrated its first anniversary Thursday evening in St. George's parish house with a turkey dinner. Dr. William E. Moseley gave the address of welcome in which he outlined the growth and progress" of the local Lions Club since Us organization. . A Timmons, district governor; Tri-Toicns In 55th Year With Insurance Firm; Tri-Towns, Feb. 24.—H. S. Rich- ary School t\\ th* „ tollegc audito- He narrowly; escaped death atnrdson, who moved to Philadelphia [number of months ago, when he was!from Piedmont 43 years ago, has be- jastride the top of a 115-foot pole!gun his 55th year as a producer for land the strong wind blew.lt over, the New York Insurance Company f Kerra.n. Kadlo man 3-d H * rtld « the P° le lo tn * Sround, Air. Rlclinrdson, past 80, is stil r.. overran, naaio m*n s 0 | s ,. lffer ing » severe laceration of the active and almost always is in a "• 1 -*i i,,™ - • ' - . ' - Army and Navy asked the Red Cross to supply typed whole blood for shipment by plane to the various baitlefronts. TVw Ren Cross War Fund campaign begins in Lonaconing Tuesday. March with a silver tea in the Firemen's ,=rThe He^f^Ush- ^l^^™^.^ !i\s and maintains blood donor cen- jtcrs at its own expense at the re- j quest of the Army and Navy. It Ls responsible, too, for obtaining donors to meet the quota set by the Army Froitburg, yeb. : : 24—Robert Kergan, radio maa 3-C, serving with the First Carrier Task Force in the Pacific -fleet, has been cited for rtiim. Miss LlUUn C. .Co.si.ptou, who r«- R.«snmid duties ax president achievements by M. A. Mitcher, vice admiral, U. S. Navy. left leg. Prior to his induction, Sgt.; Plum- jovial and iriendly frame of mind, according to an'article which ap- is _ still (Armor}'. Get Treasury Award . .', . The American Legion James mer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Williamipeared with' his picture in the Plummer, Grahamtown, was em-American Underwriter magazine. ^ for the Poto-| j'mac Edison Company. He has beenj of the college, will be Introduced to of Mr. and Mrs! Cecil Kergan, MiUl and h(s itay in tne Aleutians was has an average of 2.947 for the first Has High Irene McGulre, Average Westeniport, . , , Kergan. the elghtefin year old son . ser vice since September, 1941,isophomore at Potomac State School .\tf nit*! V-f i-c- • r*-&t*i\ tC t*r<ra n \i ll>i . •-. . .. . 1 • • . ____*rtni«ij_._ ^» *z *. tile group. who has been in serrice UP ' nc. - 1 diellRht playlet, directed by [eighteen months studied at a navy Mrs.' Loin B. Boll, will »a prenenwd radio school at .Sampson, N. Y.. be A • cA home on a 21-day furlough. H* will report to Spokane. Wash- to confirr 7:30 p. in. . be In their home with pejenu at elusion of his stay. J*tl t>. »-~.,. —. .... -. I . . - nw Will iCLIJtL, L*J .J}l\;rKH.V. , TTilfci.. by a east comprised of mothers of tore being a-ssigned to the Pactf <.j iril , tori ror realignment at the con- fliomentary school students. . ' n " fl "" -*Wn.»ri • nut from Call- .-.'... A group of mothers will serve refreshments at an; Informal social hour at th« conclusion of the pro- j fleet. He shipped • put from Call forula April 1944. J. . Trie citation follows: "For Meritorious achievement and devotion b\Sl lUtUt i»V- i-ltt > *.I 11VIIV en.it* v» w»WMVAI, w - , , . duty as a member of ihe Flag Al- reproductions of photographs taken lowance of the Commander,"First!January 10. in connection with the Carrier Task Force, throughout the'launching of the SS Frostburg Vic- lory ship at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards. Baltimore, a picture broken last March; when he was;semester, according to an announcement in the Pasqulno, .student publication. Elizabeth Shugarl had an average of 2.789. Service Notes Sgt. Charles S. Butler, husband of Mrs. Deloris Harshbarger Butler, Jones street, Piedmont, is a patient in a hospital at Paris, according' to a letter received by his wife. He sketch, the booklet will contain xefies of extended combnt operations in tha vicinity of the Marl- anas. Caroline, Bonln, Halmahera and Philippine Islands, Formosa and the Nansel Shoto; including support of amphibious operations and engagements with major unit! of the Ij<«)hleys Get Sou'* Purple Heart Award Mt, Sav-ig*. Frb 24—Mr. Euwi Mrs. Ben L«.sV*ley, Mt Savage, have re- Japanese fleet, during the period of ct-ived the Purple Hearc mt'dal|Jun* through. October, 1944. His awarded to their son. Sgt, Robert E. | performance of duty was consistent- > . of Frostburg's Main street ns It appeared in 1894 and pictures of the founders of the city. Copies may be .secured at the bank. Love Post has received a picture from the Treasury Department, on which is inscribed the following: "Thus marker Is placed here in recognition of the purchase of war bonds in an amount equal to the price of equipment of this type, by Jnmes P. Love Post No. 92, American Legion. Lcnafonlnsr, Md." According to a latter received by Post Commander Earl Smith, a similar marker has been sent to Washington and will be placed on a B-29 Superfortre.ss. Class Presents Program The following program was prc- is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Isented in the Presbyterian Church Club, gave brief ;alks. Music was furnished by the Ferrone Trio of Cumberland, one hundred twenty Lions and their ladies attended. Edward J. Conway, president of the local club, was master of ceremonies. ...•.: Entertained at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flanagan Sr., entertained with a, dinner in honor of their son, S 2-c Edward Flanlgan, Norfolk, Va., who is spending a leave at home. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs :harles \Villinnvs and .. daughter Mary Catherine, Mrs. Joseph Flani- jan and son. Joseph, Jr., Cumberland; Miss Betty Narey, Frostburg and Mrs. Charles C. Dickerhoof and Miss Constance King. Washington. Fractures Hip In Fall ! Miss Ella Porter suffered a fractured hip Friday when she fell at her home. She "is a patient at the Miners Hospital, Frostburg. .';:•... '••:, Brief Mention '. ."•'•••• Mrs/Hobcrt Bennett underwent a major operation at the Miners Hos- iltal. Frostburg, this week. The Dora Thomas Circle of the Methodist Church will meet Mon- ROCK OF AGES Beautiful in tone and texture, foremost in memorial arr, every Rock of Ages monument is identified with the minutely Rock of Ages trade-mark seal , etched into the granite. Erected with an exclusive Rock of Ages Bonded Guarantee of its perfection. Whatever your family requirements, consultation is always welcomed. ; ; PALMER A. J. IRWIN & SON 60 E. Main St. Phone 52-J FROSTBURG, MU. Butler, Piedmont. [Annex on February 22. at a silver ULtt-l, .i- iWttl I1U11V. ,. ;ii.n*»v.*. •-•" -» ^^rt ^- — -,- Pvt. William C. Shrout. husband [tea sponsored by the Ladies Bible ' ~ A Vl ii I UrU W LLIC'L .»V»*. *J^Vi A vu w_i v wji^—---j. .... — -~ — »-- —.. -j • • i Lashicy, -who was seriously wounded ly characterized-by resourcefulness.; p | TWl f'llfM'S in arti'on In France November 13. Ukill and .courage and WM at alii ctlt.llia, .«. <-ci v tiv. i o Hosls At Dinner of Mrs. Mary M. Shrout, Church street, Westernport. wso spent 21 months with the corps of engineers [In North Africa, is spending a 30- day furlough with his wife. Since returning to this country in December, he has been a patient in a hospital at Hot Springs, Ark. Pvt. in action In France November Set. U-vsliley-U now convalescing jn a hospital in Enelanri. The soldier '.ook his basic 'truinln.; in o»«u>s at, Florida. Arkansas and Alabama. »i!d wajs sent overseas in July. 1<H4, Tvtth an Infantry mvit. He ha* two brother.? senrintr over- times in keeping with the highest traditionj of tha naval service," A copy of the citation, signed by Vice Admiral Mitcher, was received by the young sailor'* parents. Se«mMi Kerg«n is now nt a rest camp in Hawaii., ; HONORED Off BmTKDAY | Mr. and. Mrs. Ja'inci O... Ncilsonj «uert*uned their dau>?ht*?r. Shirley,: on her Mvent«*nUi Wrthdcy. Those present were Forrest Hawkins, Charles Krlfer. Bertha Catliermnn, Stella Mtitr. Phyllis Skidmore. Geh- evwvv Spiitaro, Pauline Kamauf, .Junior Negley. Audrey Kamauf. Jiui-«a Dunn. Elsis Davis. Florence Kmerirk, Eionhor Brawiclc. Minnie Pe«.rl GrifTlth. Mary Margaret No- Ullinn Flelgle. Cora Another Nur*e Is Keyser. W. Va.. Feb. 24—The parents and teachers of Keyser schools were hosts Thursday evening to par- leiiw and teachers throughout Mineral county at a dinner at the Davis Street Methodist Church In com- Ardth» Dunn. Olive Anna Recruile«l BY Elks' memoration of founder's &*•$• * * r%n +• i-iy-W-i*! y-j-ilnT- c/»K(imo \IT5K FrostbUTK. Feb. 34.—Joseph Montana, chairman of the > p ar commit-- A patriotic color scheme was carried out. The classes of Mrs. J W. Goldsworthy and Miss Helen Class: Piano solo. Elaine Dye; recitation. Florence Marsha!!; duet. Edna MacFarlane and Verna Miller; recita- 'tion, Dorothy Brown; instrumental duet, Marylea and Alma Henry; solo, Dorothy Ann Marshall: read- Edna McFarlane; octet, Young . ' i , . . , and Mrs. Shrout are presently visit-IpcoplR's choir; solo, Louis Miller; ing his mother, Mrs. Maud Shrout poems. Virginia Hardegan, Marion at. Barnum, W. Va. Founder's Day Prop-am Thompson, Louise Graham. Jo Ann Mover, Bobby Mundeno; solo. Verne A Founder's Day Tea will be HeldjMilier: vocal duet. Betty Milford by the Parent-Teacher Association: and Patty Ann Davis: piano solo^ of the Hammond Street School, Jean Milford. and highlights day evening at 7:30 o'clock in the t recreation hall of the Methodist j Church. .'.- ' - i Cpl. Edward Logsdon spent several j nours with his parents here enroutoj to New York City. of , . Westernport, Wednesday afternoon ; George Washington's life, outlined at 2:15 at the school. ' i by Lowell M. Sowers. Surprised on Birthday OllL J" *AVU V/" U*"- n.1*"*,! The Lonaconing HomemakRrs sur-{here. The program will include talks by Mrs. Albert Beck, ."Meaning of Founders Day 1 '; Mrs. Robert Der- prised Mrs. Jane Gardner with ham. "History of the P.-T. A."; Mrs.! birthday party on Thursday night land. Pfc. Worgan, wounded in- Germany, hiid been receiving medi-! cal treatment in R hospita! in: France. His condition is reported! as good. S 1-c James E. Ravenscroft. hus-[ band of Mrs. Elsie (McMillan) Ra- i venscroft and father of two sons, is aboard a tanker in the Pacific. Onis Johnson hns been promoted; to corporal in France. : Pvt. ramer Johnson. New York, spent a furlough with his family i Homer Ferrell, "Program and Obligations of the State P.-T. A.," and of Kevser Hi«h furnished the I Miss Jane Botsford. "Cnn Children T- t3 . . _ . '•»-»_ m_ . - -_*_ j. r-._lr ^-*_T: — -tffl tee of FrostbtiPg Elk, No. 470, an- ^-« - ^> - o U t in he decora: Be Taught SeVf Reliance"? n/iiincori fhur anntnpr niit-s« has «r[ \\ork. i-aiiicu fun U.L me u^>- r.ounced that another nurse has been recruited by his committee for »ervioe wish Ih« Vrt«r»n's Ad- niinJsvraUon. Sin id Mrs. Marg««* KcGowan Dawjeii, X, daughter ot Mr. and Mri. Samuel MeGomn. Midland. Mm. DawwJn. tfie wlf« of Cpl. Eugene Dawson, Lut«. stationed at Wash., will hew*. William Nctteon, Mrs. ZUer PERSONA!, A?TO GBPCTSRAL The Police Department, t»i ed- ^ctor and his assistant hare moved rito th« remodeled oflic«, first floor, 3ltv Hull. p'vt. Raymond U. Miller returned o Fort Georee G. Meads after pending ix furlongH with hi* pxr- >nts. Mr. and Mrs. Enrl R. Miller, Beall street. Mrs. Alk* Reig, ZS Washington itre*t. i« homa from Miner« Hospital, where ,\he wns confined for ileven days. Mr. and. Mrs. Alphonse vrelmor Star Route, announce the birth of a sou, yesterday at Miners Hospital. Wajhingtori, • '- ' She attended St. Joseph's school * and wa* graduated from Beail High in 1940 and from tht Allegnny Hos- n )it-al School of Nuking, Cumberland c n 1943. Sht did, Eeneral duty at 1 that hospital and at Siwrved Heart P Hospital Spokane. c Mr*. Dawson will aiiumt her new 1 duties In the n^ar future. I Booklet To Illnstrnte c Frostbnrg and Founders Frostburg. reb. 24 — The Fidelity Savings Bank Is having an illustrated, booklet, containing a. history of the town of Frostburg. prepared, which will be ready for distribution Wednesday. In addition to the historical SPRING is just around the corner. Why not brace up that let down feeling with a new HAIR STYLt and PERMANENT VAUDA'S BEAUTY SALON 44 1. Main St. Frostburg Phone 344-W live scheme. Mrs. Walter A. Jaworek sang two vocal numbers: "In the Garden of My HUMX" by Ernest Ball, and "What Do You Think of That?" by Walter Rolse. : Mrs. Trix Bright, president ot .Keyser P.-T. A., introduced the speaker, Mrs. H. S. Klein, of Huntington, W. Va. Mrs. Klein gave a illustrative talk as to the n*ed of F.-T. A. In every community. '•The National Congress of Parent and Teacher." she said, ''"has a. total membership of over three million. The main purpose is to prepare the youth of today to be the citizens of tomorrow. This objective needs the co-operation uf all parents and teachers." The work of *v county council was outlined and It was agreed to set such RJI organ.7,allon in the at their meeting. She received several gifts, and refreshments were served. __. .. ^ A demonstration on materials was Dances will be given by the upper'given by Mrs. Samuel B. McFnr- TTT:S. MAT. NIGHT "CASANOVA BROWN" With Gary. Cooper. Tfrcvat WrUM, Frank SU*VT>AT LYRIC BOB CROSBY in MAT. NIGHT " MY GAL LOVES MUSIC" Cra« Mannnall, WaH-er CnHeU : MIDLAND THEATRE MIDLAND. MO. Sundnj- — Mondnj- Mntlnet Rundnf 2:39 p. m. "Marriage Is a Private Affair" Starring Lano Turn*r . . T»r»d«jr Only .•...' : Ditk foran in "Empty Holsters" Also: I^ist Chnplrr Drserl Hawk and I.ota Cnmertie* *?<nlay — Thursday "Carolina Blues" Koy Kp«r — Ann Miller — Victor Moor* News und Cart*on - Sslnrrlmy . Wnllat* l«rnr in . "Barbary Coast Gent" Flrsl Chnptcr nisck Arrow Serial and I,»(« Fox Ne»r» year. Gets Air MertiiJ Mrs. John Kldner. Orchard street, as received the Air Modal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, which was to her son. T-Sst. John Kldner. who was shot down over of G(x i church. GermRny on May 12 and has since been a prisoner of war In Germany. Brief Mention Mrs. Naomi May, of McCoole, has received word that her husband has been promoted to sergeant somewhere In France. Sgt. May Is serving in a medical battalion of General Pattoti's Third Army. Mrs. Mason Stanhagan underwent a. minor operation at Potomac Valley Hospital this morning. j Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Sheetz, Ma- jpl« avenue, have received word that their son, Douglns, has been promoted to a machinist mate second clRM In the Navy. MM 2-c Sheet?. Is 5<?rving m the South Pacific. • ' . - • ' . -• ' S-Sgt. Richard (Pap) Deputy has arrived in the United .'States, after serving for the past 28 months in | t.h« South Pnclfle ^rith the .*rmy' Air Forces. Ha-Li now stationed at Cnmp Lawson. Washington, and expects to tw home soon; on fur- louclu . . Mr. and Mrs. John Constable, of Keyser, and Mi.«a . Vivian Bluett and Mrs; R«cce Baker, of Morgantown, arc visiting Dr. and Mrs. Al-| [bcrto Adam, m.Baltimore, over the, i weekend.: On Friday night they at-! ! tended tho graduation "exercises of i trx? West Baltimore General Hris-; pltal School of Nursing. In which. Mrs. Adam, the former Miss Betty l Constable and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Constable, received her dlplo- j ma. '; • • Sst. Carl . Peters. Famrxv Tex- , as, Is spending a furlough with his j .. . here. : ., '.'.'. -j Mrs. Walter Byford has received j word that her husband. Walter By- j ' ford, has been promoted to corporal j 'and has been transferred from M j France to Luxembourg. • . ;' i Dr. Sarjtent B. nnd George E.j [wells. Baltimore, who attended the j ifunorft! of Mrs. Tlolrn Collins, lire ivlsltlntr their aunt., Mrs. J. B. John-! ison. Fort nvcnue. j ; Petty OJIlcer -l-« Mc^e Shlfnet.j jjScabtvts. Is spending » furlough at| hi* home here. | Oeorg* H. Mills, San Antonio,; Texas, Is v.stllnK-his-brother. J. W.; Mills, St. Clotid street. , Mr. Mills j has been s. range::rider since the; flrit World War. nnd ' this • 1* hlsi first visit to Keyser since 101.1. j Mrs. F. A. Elscy Is spending i* ; few days with her dnuchtor . and ; son-in-law.. Dr. nnd Mr*. Rehkemp- i er. In Clnrksburff. j Mr. and Mrs. Enrl OeUlnw, Bal- \ tlmnre. arc sp^ndln? the weekend j with th« latlar'.i parents. Mr. nnr! Mrs. Ot.li Johnson, Third .itrwt.. | Otit-bf-town jnirsts whn altendrrtj the frinernl of Mrs. Fnnnlc Ttllstrri Gordon/ were Mr. and Mrs. G: W. ; Hllater,: New T^ntlon. Conn.; Mm ! Patrick Brett. Wn.ihli.Rton, T). C,:, grades. A birthday cuke with 22 candles on it will be cut and refreshments will be served. . . Brief Mention Mis« Mary Lou Raines, who is employed by the FBI at Washington, D. C., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Raines, Pratt street, Luke. The Tri-Towns Ministerial Association will meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 at the Trinity Methodist rhurch. Piedmont. The Rev. Raymond L. Moore, pnstor, will conduct trie devotionals. Frank C. Jammesson, 121 Johnson street. Westernport. is seriously 111 The Yeoman's Club of Keyser arc planning to hold a dance at Jake's Place, Westernport, Wednesday March 14. Music will be furnished by Ted Williams' Aristocrats. The Past Chiefs of Calanthe Temple. Pythian Sisters, will m«ec Monday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. J. G. Schramm. . nne and Mrs. Hilda Phillips displayed ^ifts from overseas. Brief Mention Pupils of the Steckman Dance Evangelist Virgil R. Jackson will preach to a meeting for ''men only" Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Westernport Pentecostal Assembly So well established are the "laws" of heredity that, given pure strains of mice, the geneticist knows exactly what the traits of their progeny will be, states a Saturday Evening Post article. Studio presented a song, dance and novelty number program at the recent silver tea of the Jackson School Parent-Teacher Association. Those taking part were Frances Schlerth. Shirley Beeman. Colleen Shockey, Betty Ann Cameron, Shirley Schaldt Carol Cutter. Sally Bradburn, Carol McFarJane. Joan Stevenson, Peggy Mclntyre, Diana Martin, Jackie Scarellt, Elizabeth Lee Atkinson Bonnie Lee Wilson. Lois Grindle Dclores Fairgrieve, Darlene Wright Mary Lou Nesslin and Roberl Moore. Miss Glenna Lyden was master of ceremonies. PYt. Robert Hugh McMillan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McMillan Jr., Midland, has been trnnsferrec from the camp hospital at Fort Knox. Ky., to Walter Reed Hospital. Washington. He had his right arm amputated in an accident in the line of duty. S 2-c John Melvin McMillan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McMillan, Bcechwood street, is somewhere on the island of Guam. Lt. Harry B. Hanson. U.S.M.C.R., i has returned to Santa Barbara, j Calif., after spending two weeks; with his wife and infant son. Mrs. Ruth Etakem received word hat her husabnd. Sgt. Frank Sta- icm, has arrived in France with a ncdical corps unit. Sgt. Stakem is he son of Mrs. Winnie Stakem, St. Mary's terrace. • Mrs. Eleanor (Walters) Cathcart las received word that her husband. Staff Sgt. James A. Cathcart, Jr., Isj now in Germany with the Third! Army. He has been in the service) DEPOSITS in this BANK INSURED by the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION WASHINGTON, D. C. S5000.00 MAXiMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR "or four years. The two small daughters of Pvt. and Mrs. James R. Russell are recuperating following a. brief illness, j Pvt. Russell is serving overseas and recently met George Elfritz of Cum- merland in France. Pvt. Russell is the son of Mrs. Alice Russell, Barton. '' $5000.00 PROTECT YOUR EARNINGS SAFEGUARD YOUR SAVINGS BY OPENING YOUR ACCOUNT WITH US TODAY! FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK "Th* Sank W;lh th* Town Clock" Frostburg, Md. :;.• ' Member ol Federal Deposit foiurance Corporation BIG DANCE and also Mr. and Mrs. Rocfcvllle street, Henry Worgan, received a letter --------from Protestant Chaplnin George D. Fisher, telling that their son. Pfc. Willinm H. Worgan. has been transferred to an Army Hospita! In Eng- Again On Our Stage ARIZONA WILDCATS 7 People wi'fh the kind of show you !rke featuring "Rose Lee" in special dances PAW PAW THEATRE MONDAY NIGHT after picture fe SAN TOY THEATRE Lonaconing, Maryland Program for Week Beginning February 25th !' ' ' • " ,, SUNDAY AHD MOHDAY "DRAGON SEED" Kotherint Hepburn, Waller Hujfon, Turhnn Bey. TUESDAY "NAUGHTY MARIETTA" Jtnnnetle MacDonald, Nelso» frfdy. . : • '.. WfDNfSDAY : " "JUNGLE WOMAN" Erttjn Anker:, ). Carrel Haith. THURSDAY XNO fKIDAY • . "TOGETHER AGAIN" .. Irent Dunne, Charles Boyer. ^ 'NATIONAL BARN DANCE V Jean Heather, Charlet Qtiiglef. ,;' " ^%.. *a* r^>«*is: JIV an< Returned by popular demand HYNDMAN Tuesday - Show FIRE HALL 7:30 Dance Admission To Stoge Show 30c and 50c — Dancing 25e Follows extra

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