Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 8, 1944 · Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO SUNDAY TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY OCTOBER 8, 1944 la i the 6 lea the LaSftl Into t a few «us int hearti to get rushlr to hie to gel groun somet •xplal tor th o ibtr •ent •t t er.e •cct er J to I bec« ttmi few the and play nboi uati at a Sc local one Salli *n look Fort the Seal pom bat mfr< tine* *a i HOI- Tl your •wliaj oldci Tcrl in i m.(?1 they to b pcrh sboi thry Mm, rain low! rUlic the does the The or swlr U E H n feet beco ma-y and ris, thin »r«T< malt Hi Hani find king will man fare race Ihf.r and tton hora ehol ' trottburf Mt. Sovogf Oakland Lonoconing ttyndman News From Towns In Frostburg Delia Meagher Hears From Son Pfc. Francis Meagher Prig' oner of Germans? First Letter Since June r Prbstburg, Oct. 7.—The morning ;mall brought Mr*. Delia Meagher, Maple street, the long awaited letter from her son, Pfc, Francis "Pete" Meagher, a prisoner of tha Germans. The letter from Pic. N Meagher, telling his mother that N O he is well, was dated August 12. .. " Pfc. Meagher stated that he is to fae moved to another prison camp . and that after he is transferred an address will be supplied her, so _that shejnay write him, j TnTs" was the first direct word Mrs. Meagher had received from her son since 1 June. In July he was reported missing and three weeks later she was notified by the War Department, that he was a prisoner ; of the Germans. A Pfc. Meagher was with an Infan- 4m , try division. Territory Bay'ard Davit , PartonM Kotn Elks' Lodge Promotes Writing To Servicemen Frcet^urg, Oct. ?.—Exalted Ruler Chester C. Stewart of Frostburg Lodge No. 470. B. P. O. Elks, called attention to the Elks' program for ' the promotion of letter writing to the men and women In the armed forces, at a recent meeting of the lodge. The program, headed by Joseph Montana, chairman of the Prost- burg Eats' war committee, will be promoted by the distribution of posters throughout the business section, designed to encourage a •."• wider community Interest in writ- Ing to those overseas, and the insertion of advertisements in .the Cumberland papers, urging residents to "Write 'Em a Letter". It was pointed out that the government rates mail first after food and ammunition and emphasis was made on the manner in which the postal department !s making every effort to deliver mail to the front lines. Mr. Stewart said that three days after the American troops had landed on Saipan Island, there was a mail call. Mr. Montana Is. completing the job of mailing packages to the 25 members, serving overseas, The . Christmas packages Include toilet . articles, razor blades, handkerchiefs, cigarettes, cigarette Jlghters, playing cards, canned fruits, vegetables and meats. The other 19 members, icrvlng in this country, will also receive Christmas packages, to be mailed next month, Methodist Women's Rnlly Is Scheduled Frostburg, Oct. 7—A Methodist Women's Rally will be held at the First Methodist Church, sponsored by the Women's Society' of Christian Service, Thursday. A covered dish supper will be served at 6:30 p. m. by a committee comprised of Mrs. Walter E; Jeffries, Mrs. Lilly Simons, Mrs. Harriett Elias, Mrs. Agnes Bond, Mrs Elvira Nelson, Miss Mary Evans, Mrs. Cora Stewart, Miss Bessie Carson, Miss Nell Raley, Mrs. Annie Powers, Mrs. Margaretha Yates.'Mrs. Margaret Erode, Mrs. Anna Boettner, Mrs. Margaret McMorran, Mrs. Thelm'a Mackny, Mrs. John O. Cook, Mrs. Helen Stevens, Mrs. Jane Brain, Mrs. Sophia Griffith and Mrs. Mabel Durst. Mrs. Jane Brain is in charge of tickets. Mrs. H. Reford Aldrldge Is chairman of the program following the dinner. Rev. Watson E. Hpllcy will speak and a musical program is being arranged by Miss Nan Jeffries. The annual thank, offering of the Women's Society will be.presented arylaiid Singers , To Get War Bond Frostbuirg,Oct. 7 — The formal presentation of a.wax bond, awarded the Maryland Singers, in a contest conducted by Donald Voorhees, noted radio conductor of the Telephone Hour : orchestra, will be held Monday 11 a. m. at Frostburg State Teachers college auditorium. Mr». Prank .Stuart Rowe, Cumberland, Western Maryland War Service chairman for the Federation : of Music clube, and a past state and district president, will 'present the bond to Miss Margery HInkle, president of the Maryland Btngers, and Prof. Maurice Matteson, director of the group. The local club won recognition by taking their • early American programs to various communities in Western Maryland and appearing before jin estimated 5,000 persons In the two-day tour. In addition they contributed to the war bond drive by giving community sings and other entertainment. Hill Street School P-T.A. To Elect On Monday Prostburg, Oct. 7.—The Parent- Teachers Association of Hill Street School, will hold its first session Monday, 8 p. m; Mrs. Franklin Martens will preside and officers will be elected. The program will Include an- address by Mildred E. WUlison, supervising teacher, who-will discuss the report card system; violin selections, Miss Datha Thomas; vocal solo, Miss Eleanor Norris, and piano selections, Hayden Lewis. Teachers will be in home rooms at 7:30 p. m. to.discuss educational problems with parents. Birthday Party Prostburg. Oct. 7 — Mr. and Mrs. Olln Savage, West Loo street, entertained Tuesday night with a Hallowe'en party .In honor of their daughter, Marilyn Elaine's thirteenth birthday. • The guests were Darlene Croft, Joan Dunn, Roberta Elias, Patsy Engie, Mary Lou Hawkins, Patsy Hartlg, Peggy. Hott, Mary Margaret Jennings, Ruth Jacobs, June Lange- tuttig, Dolores Lemmert, Wanita McAbee, Lois . Skidmore, Betty Twigg. Connie Watson and Dolores Watson. AUXILIARY TO MEET Prostburg, Oct. .7 — The Ladies Auxiliary of Parrady Post No. 24, American Legion, will meet Monday, 8 p. m., for the election of officers. Following the business session the unit will hold a kitchen shower for the new Legion club rooms, being prepared for occupancy In the Langeluttlg building. Glenners Class Holda Annual Chicken Dinner Frostburg, Oct. 7 — The Gleaners Sunday School class of First Methodist church entertained with its annual chicken dinner. Thursday at Layman's farm, Garrett county. The subject for dlsciiaalon was taken from the book "Little Known Pact-? About Well Known People" with the life of Carrie Jacobs Bond as the topic. Mrs. Mabel Kemp Durst and Miss Margaret Jones entertained with vocal solos, with Miss Annctta Yate.1 playing piano accompaniments. Miss Datha Thomas played violin selections and Mrs. Helen Lehr gave a humorous reading, "In- Inws — cause and Their Cure". Group singing followed with the closing remarks by Rev. Watson E, Holley, pastor. Personal and General The Eva Jeffries Sunday School class of First Methodist church, will meet Monday 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence Workman, 175 West Main street, with Mrs. Estella Griffith, as assistant hostess. Class sisters, will be revealed. The Junior Guild of St. John's Episcopal church, will meet Wednesday 8 p, m. nt the home ol Mrs. J. E. Cope. Miss Eleanor Drury will spenk on, "Southern Folklore." The woncn of First Presbyterian church, will hold a public supper, Thursday at 5:15 p. m. in the Sunday School. . Aviation Cadet James Nellson is spending six days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Neilson, South Water street, enroute from Tyndall Field, Pla., to Hondos, Texas, where he will take a four month course at the army navigation school. A daughter was born to Mrs. Lucille (Greenwood) Hayes, yesterday at Miners Hospital. The infant's father, Sgt. Beverly Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beverly P. Hayes. 542 East Main street, has been reported missing since August 24. by the War Department. Mr. and Mrs. Ervtn Wolford, 124 Frost avenue, announce the birth of a son, yeswrdny at Miners' Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thorp, 104 Frost avenue, announce the birth of a.son, today at Miners' Hospital. . Mr. and' .Mra. James Neilson, South Water street, received word that their son. Seaman 2-o Harry Nc!lson, Js with the Navy In New Guinea. Cpl. Stephen J. Kenney, Port Mcnde, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. , Robert Kenney, Middletown, Pa., visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pct« Kenney, Linden street. HiSe Clnb Installs The Prostburg Rifle Club iu stalled officers last week for the coming year. Those -who wtU head the organization are Gurney Beeman, president; H. R. Yates, vice president; Harry Morgan, secretary; Charles Thomas, treasurer; Howard Brodie, range officer, and Allan J. Hendrickson, publicity officer. Anyone interested in joining the rifle club can do. so by contacting any of • the above named 'officers. Parents Receive Purple Hears Given Pvt. Kady The Purple Heart, awarded to Pvt. Donald E. Kady, formerly of 23 West Hampshire street, Piedmont ,W. Va., who was wounded by shrapnel in Prance, has been re- celved by the soldier's parents, Mr. and Mr*. Edward Kady, Piedmont. Klrst reported missing in fiction July 14, Pvt. Kady w»s picked .up b> the Germans after he was woundN While a patient in- an; enemy hoa pltal, h« underwent an operation a the hands' of a German surgeon Kady was later- freed and Is now a patient in *n English hospital. Lonaconing Hartley- Commissioned Lonaconing, Oct. 7 — Lt. Maurice W. HarUey, v «on qf : Irene Lee Hart ley, was graduated from the Marsa Army Air Force's Pilot School, Mar sa, Texas, September. 8, and • has been commissioned a Second Lieu tenant and awarded silver pllo wings. . , '• ••..-.,' After visiting his motherland his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Grlndle, Lt. Hartley has returned to Randolph Field,' San Antonio, Texas, where he will be Instrument Instructor. • Classes Resumed Surgical dressing classes will be resumed , this week- .. on .Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday after noons from 1 to 4 p. m. Mrs. William Duckworth, chairman, . announces that more workers-are'need ed to help with the .dressings, Attend Convention .• Pride of Lonaconing 'Council No 96, Daughters of America, wen represented, last week at th«.Na tional Convention of Daughters 6 America the William Perm Hotel in Pittsburgh.... Those who went to Pittsburgh were Mrs. Isabel Nightengale, Miss Frances Neat, Miss Elizabeth Mllford, Miss Margaret. Milford, Mrs. Dalslean Kirlc, Mrs. Ora Nine, Mrs. Nellie MlHer and Mrs. Leona Keating. W. S. C. S. Meets The. W. S. C. S. of the Firs Methodist Chui-ch had a program along with the Silver Tea Thursday. The. Bombshells Orchestra played, Dorothy Jean Johnston gave a recitation, Doris Lee Smith sang, Lois and Dorothy Ann Marshall played a piano duet, Harold Wlnstanley, Cresapto-jirn, played the plano-accordlan, Dorothy Ann Marshall' sans, and the pastor,; Rev John E. Stokes, concluded with remarks. . • -V . • Give Shower . ' -. Miss Mary F. Jones, Hanekamp street and Mrs. Isabel Winters entertained with a surprise shower last night at the home; of Miss Jones, in honor of Mrs. Wllma Kneriam. Attending were the Mesdames Sara. Winebrenner of Midland, Ruth Richardson, Isabel Winters, Ruth Stakem, and the Misses Rosella Smith, Sara Klipstein, Ida Green, Mamie-, Reta, Jean and Mary Jones. • Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Klght Umore, held a birthday party In honor of their daughter, Arlene Present were Blllle, Margaret and Joyce Walker, Carl Donald, Mar- 'ene Shobot, Charles Houserath Juanita Houserath, Joyce and Colene Thorp and Danny Thorp, Dona Preston. Sally Williams, Norma Jean and Wilma Joan Spiker, Lecna Fazenbaker, Anna and Betty Munson Phyllis Jackson, Idella Harper Gor- don;--Jean'and Bobble Klght. Brief Mention ; Pfc. Thomas O. Wilt returned to !amp Blandlng, Fla., after spending 10 days with his wife, Mrs Thelrna B. Wilt, and children. Pfc. Wilt "has been In service for eight montjis. Harry Stafford Is home from Fort Belvolr. Vs., visiting his family. Mrs. James Brooks,. Akron, Ohio s here. Mrs. Jeannette Hendra returned from Morgantown, W. Va. She was accompanied home by Mrs. J W. Yates. ney ] ~ OF COND1T1 N OF "THE FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK OF FROSTBURG, ALLEGANY COUNTY, MD.» OF FROSTBURG IN MABYLAND AT THE CI «>SE OF BUSINESS ON ASSETS Loans and discounts (Including $ None overdrafts) $ 412 757.86 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed l,645'908 00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 4680645 Other bonds, notes, and debentures " 7a'2M 7t Corporate stocks (Including $ None stock of Federal Reserve Btmlc) ,. ••*»!..*..,..,. • •»»•**.••».,!• 19ooow Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balknc'eV, and cash items in process of collection 242 704 17 Bank premises owned $36,707.45, furniture and " ' fixtures *>.400.00 42,107.45 (Bank premises owned are subject to $ None liens not assumed by bank) Real estate'owned other than bank premises .".... 1.00 TOTAL ASSETS $2,481,489.81 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of Individuals, 'partnerships, and corporations '. j 540,639.38 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1 555 007 08 Deposits of United States Government (Including postal savings) 108,517.50 Deposits of States and political subdivisions Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) TOTAL, DEPOSITS .*2,2f 6,579.72 85,749.37 6,665.79 Other liabilities 7,429.71 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not Including subordinated obligations shown below) $2,304,009.43 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital # $ 129,500.00 .Surplus Undivided profits .......'.............',",'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.', Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 27,500.00 6,711.35 13,768.43 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 177,480.38 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .,. J2,481,4BB.81 ;* This bank's capital consists of $92,000.00 of capital notes and debentures; first preferred stock with total par value of $12,500.00, total retlrable value $12,500.00; and common stock with total nar value of $25,000.00. MEMORANDA Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value): (a.) U, S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities ....... $ 342,000.00 (e) TOTAL .... ........................................ $ 342,000.00 Secured and preferred liabilities: (a) Deposits secured by. pledged assets pursuant to re- ••. quirements of law ................................... j 147,517.50 TOTAL ................. ,...-, ....................... $ 147,317.50 (ft) On. date of report the required legal reserve against deposits of this bank was .................... • 157 ggg u (b) Asset? reported above which were eligible AS legal reserve amounted to ..... .......................... . I, WliliamB. Yates, Treasurer of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that H fully and correctly represents t'ift tnw a Into of the several mutters herein contained and e .orth, to the best of my knowledge and bllef. State of Maryland, County of Allegany. «: WILLIAM B. YATES, Treasurer. Correct— Attest: G. DUD HOCKING, RUDOLPH NICKEL, ISAAC L. RITTER, Director*. . Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of October, 1944 and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank ' , , EDNA J. SPTTZNAS, Notary Public ;My commission expires May 7, 1945. -Advertisement. Mt. Savage Over T^o tTous Paper. Collected In thrive Mt. Savage, Oct. 7 —The Mt. Savage Lions Club and the Boy Scouts collected 4,500 pounds of paper . in last week's : scrap " drive. The\paper was collected and:hauled in trucks to Frostburg where! it.was loaded Into a railroad car and shipped by: the Upper'Potomac Salvage Committee. .Patrick J. : Sullivan was chairman of the committee. Members of the Lions Club participating In the drive were Daniel Williams and Wilson Sweerie. Scouts who collected and -loac-ed the paper on the. trucks were Donald .Harden, Frank Williams, Billle Leasure, • Jlmmie Moran, Tommy Lancaster, Jackie Williams, Ronald Neder, Jackie Wambaugh, Francis Gaughan, Charles Jenkins and Eddie Moran. . . '. .. • Citizens in the sections where papers were not collected : are requested to keep them until the next drive which may be held'the latter part of $hls month.. . : : .-.'• .*• The proceeds of the drive will be divided between the Mt. Savage Boy Scout Troop and the Lions Committee for Boys and Girls. Birthday Party ,'•-'[ Miss -Margaret Ann Campbell entertained with a party at her home- Friday afternoon Jn honor of her tenth birthday...^_-:„..' l'_ Present were: " Misses Margaret Sullivan, Robertlne Boyle, Mary Helen Lancaster, Shirley Green and Rosemary Lancaster. Personals -, Mr. and Mrs. George Neder are visiting- their daughter, Miss Neil Neder, Washington; their son. William Neder, Alexandria, and Mr. and Mrs. . Joseph Grady, Philadelphia. Pvt. Aloysius Blake returned to Camp Blandiag, Fla. Pvt. Herman Winebrenner returned alter being a patient at the Staunton, Va, army hospital as' a result of Injuries received while In active duty In France, ', •. - Pfe. Edward Walker, Camp Robbins, Georgia, is visiting his sisters, Mrs.. Andrew Lennox and Miss Laura Walker. Thomas Birmingham returned from New York and New Haven. Mrs. Cecil Sampson and daughters, Patsy and Peggie returned to Baltimore after visiting Mrs. Sampson's parents, Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ralph Wilson. • ...... Miss Mary Elizabeth Gallagher Is home after undergoing a major operation at the Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Barton , MeeU Barton, 'Oct. 7—The "• Women's Society • of--Christian Service met in, the Methodist ; 'ch'urch' : Thiu;fiday Mrs. Gertrude Broadwater led the devotional, services. A -short - .talk "The American Indian" .was glvei by Mrs. Lloyd Shaw.-; r ;." . •'-.' ,The society . is - collecting old clothes to : be sent to the war c'puri- trles. . Those, wishing to • donate should bring l the clothes to the MethocUst"'church Thursday.-from 1 to 3-. p.' .m. ,'and on/ October 19 from 1 to 3 p. m. '''.-• • 'After the meeting a covered dish 'supper.'! was ,-served. . in the socla room. Prizes were awarded to Mis Donna Schramm and • Mrs. Nina Sutherland for drawing the best elephant 'In the'. dark. The . next meeting will bo held Thursday November 2. *. : • " .-- -." . Hold Rally Day The Barton Presbyterian church will observe Rally. Day Sunday at 10:45 a. m. A-program will be presented by. the .different'classes of the ; Sunday .school'', under 'the direction ". of: Miss - Hazel - Metz, Miss Bessie.. Keyes'and Mrs. Eva Cross. ,.,'.. Dinner for Parents The Commercial club : of •' the eleventh and .twelfth .grades .of the Barton high school entertained parents : with a,'banquet Wednesday In the .highVschpol.;audItorlum. Those on the serving .committee were Angela Winkler, Bonnie Lee Wilson, Ruth 'Myers, : Glean a aldrJoanne"Beaman and Elma June Conn.. The banquet. was arranged by Miss Hazel Metz, home economics Instructor. • ... •'-.•-;-' .Personals , Pvt. Donald. C; Broadwater,- For! Belvolr/. Va-., visited his parents Upholstering and Rugs Duralized Cleaned ' ' • ' '• . - ! A scientific method brings back the newness to the fabric. Finished in your home You can ire the care thaHj taken of the-material,-Can use t He same day. Mothproofing guarantied 'for lift years. "To Economize--Durafize"- GUARANTEED G. V. Lammert & Son Phone Frostburg 95-M Franchise for Allegany County YES - YES New Mud and Snow Are Available On Grade-! Certificate Come in today FROSTBURG AUTO CO. Phone 350 — Frostburg ROCIOAGES SYMBOLS the Th« Tulip, symbolic of ETERNITY; Wild ROM, symbolic of SIMPLICITY; the Lily, symbolic of PURITY; Uurel, symbolic of GLORY ^^— these and ^ \ the ^ \> \ ^ \> all classic sculpture are most beautifully carved ^ .' '. \ in Rock of Ages memorials, Ask for further detailt A. J. IRWIN & SON 60 E. Main St., Frostburg Phone 52-J SAN TOY THEATRE /.onaeonfac/, Maryland Week of October 8, 1944 . v SUNDAY AND MONDAY AND TUESDAY "BUFFALO BILL" Joel McCrta, Maureen O'Hnra, Lin do Darnell, Thomas Mitchell. WEDNESDAY "OKLAHOMA RAIDERS" Tex RiUer, Dennii Moon, Jennifer Hnjt. THURSDAY AND f KID AY "EVE OF ST. MARK" Ann* Baxter, William tythe, Vincent Pric*, Mtcfcoel O'ShtB SATURDAY "KANSAS CITY KITTY" Jean Davit, lot Crojby, Jam Frazet, Erik Wolf. Mr.' MJ4 Mrs. Cecil Broadwater, and sister, 'Mrs. Clarence. Suder. ' A- TfcWNsend meeting: will be-held In •" the* Firemen's. hall Mond ay a 7 p ;30ip;;m.r'V :-;. i T,--,v-j- ' ''Sg.t; James Cross'returned to At l«iUc."Clly aftec spending a ;fur lough'-jvlth his parents, -Mr. and Mrs. 1 Alex Cross. -SgtU- Cross •.; <Som- pleted 'thirty' missions over, enemy territory, .'.v.':'•.-•• ;?••;••; V'.- {.•"?<>••-'•.:>•••.'• •Seaman first class Donald Wilson Jr.,>:Asbury: Park, N. J. is Spending &i furlough with, his ^parents, Mr and: Mrs.'J.s Donald Wilson; 'Petty •"'Officer.*•Joseph:- Howell Washington; is spending a'furlough with 'his,"/parents, -Mr.;. ; and Mrs Charles'Howell. : ; -..:,«••.!.•:: • ' Pvt. -Ralph -Wilson .returned to Port George Meade. after 'spending a- furlough .with:'his parents, ;Mr and Mrs. Ralph Wilson, and with his wife and son ta'Keyser. Seaman James Rae, Boston, Mass, is spending a furlough with his wife and children. < . •• '. MacMURRAY'S THIRTY-SECOND ' When" Helen ^ Walter was assigned the femlne lead-opposite Fred Mac- Murra'y in Faramount's "Murder, He Says," she became the 32rid. feminine star with whom he has appeared since making his spreen debut. • FOR SALE Boy's Wool Overcoat Size 12 Other Clothing Items—Boy's sire j 10 and 12 including T pr. 4 buckle galoshes size 4 —one two-piece suit with short pants, blouses and odd trousers': Good Condition Phone Frostburg 174-J Piano Tuning and Repairing Inquire 0. & D. Novelty Shoppe 18 Broadway, Frostbiirg Phones 789-J 594-J FOR SALE 6 Room House, Bath and Heat. Inquire Mrs. Sarah Lemmert, 18 Blair St., Frostburg, Phone 665-R. "ANOTHER DAY AND NO MAIL" ANDY DEVINE Endorsing the national Elks War Commission's "Write 'cm a . letter" campaign, -which is being supported by 650,000 members of'the B. P. .0. Elks throughout the nation, star Andy Dcvine, in a letter to.James R. Nicholson, chairman of the Commission, writes: "When we pray for the boys in the service, only we know that we are thinking: of them, but.when wo write them, they know we are thinking of them." Together with other stars of f crcen, stage and radio, who have also visited theatres of war in Europe, Africa .and islands in the Pacific Ocean, £ndy Devinn urges that every one on the homefront write—frequently— to the members of our armed forces overseas. Mail call is the bright spot in a nerviccman's •day. Published through the courtesy of Frostburg Lodge No, 470, B. P. 0. Elks. Kitzmiller '? KltzmlUer,- Oct. 7-<3roup l • W.S. CJS.: was' entertained" at the home of/Mrs; O'. P, Jones. ; .Earl : Ellifrltz, Florida, :was 'a guest of Rev. arid"Mrs. C.'P. Put- fenbarger,-Blalne...., ; :. : .'.->!'/•;• '.George;Williams, Jean Bean.^Re- glnia.Brydon, Rock Hall, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. .V. G. Carter, Cumber- land, were guests-of Mr. and !^,. I. E. Cosner, Mrs. Williams'and &,,[ Richard returned fcj> Rock Hall, a r.l ter speriaing- the suw&er »t'Blalri| Mrs, May IiUler was,' the guest oj f Mrs.'• Office' Bosl ey,:'Cumberland. I •••• Rev. and Mrs.--J. H. Hardeity andl family : visUeci their 'daughter, Migj Esther, at Memorial Hospital, Cum. I bei-land. ': x' : < ~-^-.. ; « <Mrs. WlillamiTult'Bayird was »1 guest of Mrs. Rebecca Fraggett. SUN.-MON.-TUE. WED. »na THUR.,- PALACE MATINEE and NIGHT "GOING WAY" With Binf Crosby, Rise Stevens, Barry Fitzgerald SUNDAY ONLY LYRIC MATINEE and NIGHT Henry Aldrich's Little Secret" ' With Jimmy Lydon, Charles Smith, Jaan Mortimer Summer Has Gone Winter Is Around the Corner How About Battery? NEW BATTERIES - Available tor all ,cqrs and trucks » .Your Battery Recharged in 40 Minutes | Gulf Lubrication — Gulf Pride Motor Oil — The World's Finest . . . YOUR GULF DEALER FROSTBURG AUTO CO. Phone 350 — Frojtburg . FIDELITY INSURED LOANS ARE HELPFUL 12 MONTH LOANS Amount You Repay 107.00 214.00 321.00 428.00 535.00 Monthly Payment 8.95 17.90 26.85 35.80 44.75 Cash You Receive 100.00 200.00 300.00 400.00 500.00 We take a genuine interest in serving- responsible people in need of a loan . . . Whatever your need may be, money can be borrowed here for that purpose. Under our INSURED LOAN PLAN your life is insured during the time of repayment for the protection of your family and co-maker. FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK •"Tht Bank With the Town Clock" Frostburg, Md. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation College Evening Course iSS Open to High School Graduates and Experienced Teachers !;| STATE TEACHER COLLEGE At FROSTBURG Registration Thursday, October 12, at 7:30 p. m. at the College Fall Offerings 1. HISTORY —The Far East in Modern Times or Receni United States History 2. GEOGRAPHY—Geography'of Asia Spring Offerings 1. ART—Water Color Painting 2. SCIENCE —Physics or Chemistry 3. MUSIC —-Keyboard Harmony and Theory for th« Ela- mentary School Credits earned may be used for certificate renewal. Cufitifiue your war work and go to college. Prepare now to serve youth! Maryland needs teachers, and civilization needs trained leadership. Classes meet one evening per week. Fall Tfrm Open*—Wetk of October 16 Spring Term Opens—Week of Fibnwry 12 V Phone: Frostburg 296 or 334 IS! m ...-•.--•_•, " l§&i££^:^^

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