Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1945 · Page 26
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TWENTY-SIX. Fro$tburg Lonaconing Ml. Sa&agi Hyndman Oakland Tri-Toicn* SUNDAY TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD, SUNDAY, MARCH O945 Frottburg Red Cross Drive Chairman Named Mr§. Edward J. Ryan To Head Organization in. : Fund Drive Prostburg, March 3 — Mr«. Ed. ward J. Ryan has been appointed chairman of the Red Cross driva In Frostburg, to open here March 52 and continue for a. period ot two week. 1 ;. . ... Mis. Ada Dillon will have charge oj collections from organizations and Mrs, Julius Abramson from the churches. Mrs. Amer Suter ajid Mrs. J. O. Cobey will handle publicity and Mr*. WnUer Jeffries, finances. . The goal for Frostburg Jiaa beeri tei at $7,000 and * spokesman for the local committee urged tlwt all residents, pause to tritnk just how badly, the money.Is needed before making their .contributions. It, was pointed out the tremendous task of rehabilitation In war-torn countries, the large number of American fighting men who depend entirely on the Red Crosi to keep them, in touch with their loved ones. Also coruild- erAilon should be given to the food that is provided to American prlson: trs of war, who write that In some . places, the extra food .that cornea through the Red 'Cross is the food that kec[M them from starving. ; : Workers will be named early this week to conduct the house-to-house campaign. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. William l>-wl5, county chairman, will address the workers and committee at » meeting at city halt . ' Sunday School Haj Party Frostburg, March 3 — Th*.Glean- *rs Sunday School class ol First Methodist church, -was entertained Thursday ntght with » St. Patrick's Day party at the church, with Miss Nell Connor, Mils Margaret Jones, Mrs. Joseph Kidwell. Mrs. Clarence Kephsnn. Mrs. Roy Sleeman. Mrs, Gladys Odgers. Mrs. Helen Harvey and Mrs. George McLucfcie as hostesses. At the business session, motions were passed to contribute $10 to the Red Cross drive and $10 to the Oalthersburg home for the aged. The newly-purchased service flag was displayed. Tho flag, purchased by the Gleaners, wll! be presented as a gift to thtj church. In the near future. The program included a story of the hymn, "This Is My Father's World", by Miss Margaret Jones; reading from the book of "Ruth", by Hospitalized In Europe •:;::' Pvl. Charles Conciry . . Frostburg. March 3—Pvt. Charles Cqndry, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Condry, Mill street. Is confined to an Army hospital In Europe after suffering A nervous collapse and contracting trench feet. Pvt. Condry, a soldier m the 78th infantry :dlvision, has been in service sines March. 1944. According to reports from the War' Department, Pvt. Condry Is showing "normal improvement." Prior to being hospi-iiion; Pfc. Thomas "Billy" Preston lalized he had been with K combat unit'In Germany. . Pic. Thomas "Billy" Preston, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Preston, '115 Chestnut street. Is in an Army hospital In England, where he Is conflned with frozen hands and feet. • Preston, a paratrooper, was on the Belgian front when he was reported injured January 25. Prior to his induction, August. 1943, he was employed in the spinning department of the Celanese corpora- Tri-Toicns Women Elect Officers Tri-Towns, March 3—Miss Irene Johnson, a member of the faculty of the Piedmont grade school, was elected president of the Piedmont Woman's Club at the March meeting Thursday evening at the Pted- mont library. Other officers are Mrs. Robert Grant. f:rst vice president; Mrs. Donald McCombs, second vice president; Mrs. Carleton Bell, secretary, and Mrs. Larry DiMasi, treasurer. Mrs. Raymond L. Moore, of West- omport, gave nn Interesting talk on "Community Doorways." Two vocal solos were given by Miss Joann Wilson with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Mabel Lyons Thompson. A reading, -Faults," was given by Mrs. H. B. Dawson. It was ordered that SIO be donated to the Red Cross War Fund and Mrs. Albert Cook, with dramatiza- *^ to _ f _ he Boy _ Scout drive. The tion by Airs, H. Rcford Aldridge. " ' " " '"" Mr*. Edward Richardson and Mrs. Sarah Dolder. An Interesting feature was the typical Sunday School scene with Mrs. Casper Williamson, Mrs. Albert Cook, Mrs. John Cain, Mrs. Walter Macfcay, Mrs. Thomas EUas,' Mrs. Lloyd Stevens, and MLis Mary Hnnson, Gleaner. typifying the modern .:•:-• Xunej Enlist j' Miss Mary Virginia Gleeson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gleeson, West Hampshire .street. Piedmont, has enlisted In thg Navy Nurs« Corps and 1* expecting to be called to service the latter part of th» month. She U i gradual* of tho nurses training school of St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, rvnd has been employed by the Continental Can company In that city. Mrs. Margaret McGowan Dawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McGowan, Midland, and Wife of Cpl. Eugene Dawson ol Luke, has been recruited for nursing service with the Veterans Administration and will be assigned to Mt. Alto Hos- pltnl, Washington. She is H gi-Aduate of Beall High' School, Frostburg. attended St. Joseph's school. Midland, and is a graduate of the nurses training school of Atlegany Hospital. Cumberland. She did special duty there nnd. at Snored Heart Hospital, Spokane, Wash. :. l Miss Sally O'Brien and Miss Those present .Included Connie'Dorothy Kalhaugh, Luke, have en- Hnnjilton, Darlenc Thomas, Janet rolled as cadet nurses at the Union Blake, Joanne Wright, Martha Memorial Hospital. Baltimore and Mrs. Thomas Ellas offered prayer and the musical part of the program waa presented by a vocal trio comprised of Helen Smith, • Vivian Judy and Lots Stein, with Helen Walsh, playlzig piano accompaniments. The group of singers are students at Allcgany High school, Cumberland. • . The program closed wlih a talk on "Ireland" by Mrs. John Cook. Refreshments were served at tables, decorated In keeping tvith theme. the Honored on Birthday FriSuburg, March 3— Mrs. George Goodrich entertained with, a surprise party for her daughter, Yvonne's seventh birthday Tuesday community service committee served refreshments. Flints tone j March 3— Lt. Julia W. Browning, army nurse Corps, Camp Pickett, Va,, spent several days with her parents Mr, and Mrs. Allan T. Browning, here. 'Lt. Browning received her basic training at Fort George Meade, and was' stationed at Camp Lee Va,, for three months prior to going to Camp Pickett. She attended FHntstone high school and Fort Hill High, Cumberland, graduating from the latter in 1939. She is a graduate of Potomac Valley Hospital School of Nursing, Keyser, class of 1943. Mrs. J. S, Roland was honored with a, birthday dinner at the Shrine Club recently. Mrs. Robert Logeston and »on Donald are in Corona, Calif., visiting the former's husband who Is in an Army hospital there. Fey W. Weddle, left for Baltimore, Thursday for hts fmal examination prior to entering ths Navy. He is the son of Mr. and Mr*. Joseph H. Weddle.. ••;-.-• Mrs. Kenneth Wigfleld and children, Leroy and Shirley, left recently to join" Mrs. Wigfleld's husband Kenneth, who is stationed at Moffett Field, near Oakland, Calif. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. O. Dolly, Frederick attended th« funeral of the former's father JosUh G. Dolly here Friday. • .:.:,... Pvt. George M. B*er has .returned to Camp Gruber, Oklahoma, after taking a »peclal six-week, training course nt Aberdeen, Md. Apprentice Seaman Merle. Bibl« is confined to the U. S. Nava.1 Hospital Bainbridge with mumps. Mrs. Willie Perrin and T-Sgt Presley E. Perrin visited Mrs. Edward Wigfleld. . . i Parson* . : . . . , ,''•'-;•-:''•-.Ceiling Prices Being Observed ;• f • *. •• • .-„•.•.- .;:..; Prices Panel o£ ; Tucker County Rejtort* on Salef of Pen§ and Pencili' . Parsons, w! Va., March 3—One hund»ed percent ol all fountain pens and mechanical' pencils offered for sale in Tucker county stores during the period of February 14 to 3f were properly tagged with ceiling prices, Elliabeth Cooke, chairman of the Price Panel of the Tucker County War Price nnd Rationing Board announced today. Miss Cooke said a survey of the stores were made by Price Panel assistants of the Tucker County Board during the two weeks period. . ., _ -. All stores offering pens or .mechanical pencils which were not properly marked with the celling price were advised how to mark the articles to comply with the price regulations. None of the stores were found to have pens and pencils not properly marked. Miss Cooke added. Davis Man To Be Speaker L. H. Mott of Davis will be the guest Speaker at the St. 'John's Methodist church la Parsons Sunday evening, March 4. at 7:30 p. m. the Rev. B. E. Hiller announced today. Mr. Mott will speak on "The Church Is Meeting Its Responsibility Now. 1 . • Wortan's Society Meeting The Woman's .Society of the fit. John's Methodist church met In the social rooms of the church with Mrs. P. W. Smith, Mrs. A. E. Calvert and Mrs. Carrie Calvert as . host- Territory '•" • ••"• :•'.•• •-.-.. • . . . «/ • Bayard . ;A 'Davit Par torn Bedford Romney devotional program, "Hast Holtzman, Jnne Holtmian, Rose Lee Chaney, Marten* LH-engood. Phylli.'i Livcngood. .Donna Jean Bitner. Ed- wurd Blttnpr. Russell Blttner, Max- toe Goodrich, Charlotte Patterson; Mrs. Fnymond Snyder, and Mr. and Mrs. L-ewU Blttner, Rerelves "Ilfart" Medal Frostburg, March 3 — The Purple Heart medal, awarded posthumously to Pfc. Wantford B. Sween, his been received by his widow, Mrs. Reginn Hnwsnre, Sween. Zlhlmnn. :'. Pfc. Sween, attached to a field artillery:-unit of nn infantry divl- jlon, was killed In action In Luxembourg December 23, less than four months, after he left {pr overseas duty. KB had bren in the Army since February, l!)4-t. and General David YntM. Vale Summit, is seriously ill. . . : Mrs.. Kennrth Condon returned to Detroit, after visit im; her parents, , . .. „ Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Morgan, Klon- Rm . g nt tne Westernport Service have entered upon their duties there.. . ' , ' : . Miss O'Brien was accompanied to Baltimore by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Brien and Miss Kal- baugli -by her mother, Mrs. Victor Knlbnugh. •. • • Miss O'Brien is a graduate of St. Peter's Catholic High School, West- firnpori and Miss Kaibaugh of Bruce High. ':i Both werg graduated last May from Potomac State School at Keyser. In recent months Miss Kalhaugh had been employed in the lixborntory at the chemical plant of the West Virginia. Pulp and Paper Company, Luke. ; r. • • Brief Mention ••'•....'>. Set. Walter Uhl, son of Mrs. Bertha Chi, Westernport, nnd Master Sgt. George Sltger. son ot Mr. and Mrs. George Sliger, Main street, Wesie rnport. recently met in China. Sgt. 1 Sliger was previously stationed In India. ; ••.-..-; At; : the March meeting of the Social Welfare Club Thursday eve- dyke. C^nter, It wns ordered that $50 be , years Its yield hn.i *hninfc from The. Eckhart Homem'nkers • w u]l«>'>trlbuted to the Rod Cross_War m?et Thursday, 7:30 p. m. nt the horn? of Mrs. James Shnnholtz. John P. Chambers, son of Mr. • nd . Mrs. Frank ; Chambers,^ TThl sirret. recently returned from the Pacific area, has been ijtvon an hon: : orable medical discharge from; the U, S. Navy. He was a patient at Ashbiirn Genrral Hospital, since're- turning- .to the states. Chambers was in (he Navy for over two years and served overseas seven months. Cheasap-ake bay U the" world^s oyster around, but in fifty 110.000.000 . 35.000.000. pounds $10 to the Boy Scout drive..: : Plans are being made to hold : a bake sale early next month, Groycr Evlck. deputy state:service officer,. will be at the American Legion' : home, Piedmont, Tuesday. Pfc;. Lewis M .Baker,; 85 Erin strert. Piedmont, and Pvt. Sampson V. ..RohrbtuiRh, Beryl, W. Vn., are ward", orderlies with the 132nd Evacuation Hospital, according to n news release from Sixth Army headquarters, France. Sgt. Thomas H. Small, son of Mr. and-. Mrs. Patrick H. Small, 21 East Hampshire street. Piedmont, Is a year tola squad leader in the Ifith Combat . 'Engineer Regiment In the Mediter- The Frostburg Rotary Club Invlfei you lo hear ARCHIBALD GILCHRIST lectur«r and world traveler speaking on ''Australia, New Zealand and the Islands of the South Pacific" MONDAY 8 f. M, State Teachers College Auditorium 1 Single admission 40c tax included, ,,. Student's -admission 20e ten included! V ranean theater of operations. The veteran outfit maintains roads bridges and trails for the Fifth Army in the nigged mountain terrain in Po Valley in Italy. The Pnst Matrons Club of Bethlehem Chapter No. H, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet at the home of Mrs. Martha Fortney, Luke. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Phoebe Newion will be the assisting hostess. An auxiliary police organization will be formed at a meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the hall of Kelly-Mansfield Post No. 52. American Legion of Piedmont. Chief of Police Charles E. Dornon. says such an organization can render valuable service to the community In times of flpod, fire and other disaster. Members of Philos Lodge No. 91. Odd Fellows of Westernport, will witness the Initiatory degree for a class of 30 candidates .at Queen's Point Lodge, Keyser, Monday evening. Officers of the West Virginia Grand Lodge will be honor guests. D. C. Ridings was elected president of the recently organized Victory Rod and Gun club at Btoom- ington. Other officers are Charles E. Wamlck, vice president; C. Thomas Clark, secretary, and LeRoy Bush, treasurer. : . A meeting of the executive committee of the Piedmont Chapter of the Red Cross was held last night nt the Piedmont council chamber. Relief problems were discussed. It was decided that the committee would meet Thursday evening, March S3, and the fourth Thursday of each month hereafter. ' Raymond C. Hudson, .chairman, stated that a disaster committee had been appointed In the advent Of a flood this spring. Ray Burg is chairman nf the committee. esses. Tile Thou Not Known," was in charge of Mrs. R. E. Hiller and the regular program In charge of Mrs. Howard Loughry included talks by Mrs. I. E. Kee, Mra. J. Frank Robinson and Miss Grace Bright who spoke on "Three Lives," or the story of three nurses from Burma. The Society also voted' to donate $25 to the American Red Cross. Personal and General Rev. nnd Mrs. Harold D. Shiflet are visiting In Steunton, Va. Mrs. George Nordeck, Sand Run, Md., is the guest of friends In Parsons. • Mr, and Mrs. William Ellis of Pierce have been called to Camp McClellan, Ala., due to the critical illness of their son, Pvt. Wade Ellis, who entered the service two months ago. .Miss Ella Anchurafc and Mrs. Patrick Pell of Parsons and Davis left Saturday for New York City. Pvt. John Quarry, Aberdeen, Md., is home on' leave. Pvt. Earl W. Shaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Shaffer, has been transferred from Camp Atterbury, Ind., to Keesler Weld, Miss. Mrs. Dorothy Emanual, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Crosten of Thomas has received word that her husband, Sgt. Ralph EmsnuaJ, has landed In the States and will soon be .home on leave. He has been overseas for over a year and was in Prance until he was taken to a hospital in October, 1944. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Parsons will meet in the club rooms of the Community Building In Parsons on Monday evening. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Carl Barr. The Susaaah Wesley Circle of the St. John's Methodist church will meet Thursday evening, March 8, at the home of Mrs. Boyd Auvil with Miss Ccna Painter as assisting hostess. The program will be In charge of Mrs. Forrest Altaian. The Beth Rlchey Circle of the same church will meet Thursday night, March 8. at the home of Mrs. Charlie Buchanan with Mrs. Letha Mayhew as assisting hostess. Ensign To Mot , r Curtis Bomber Ensign Louis W. Sluss Fro£fh'.irg, March 3—Louis Will- lams Sluss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sluss, 91 Broadway, has been commissioned an ensign in the U. S. Navy and assigned -as pilot of a Curtis dive bomber. He graduated and received his wings at "a naval air base at'Corpus Chrlsti, Texas. Ensign Sluss enlisted in the navy, in, August, 1941, and after serving at an air base In Minneapolis, Minn, in charge. of a ground crew in tae- ohanics, for eighteen months, transferred- to their air corps, and continued training with his college course at Eli college, Liberty, Mo., and pre-flight at bases in Nebraska and Iowa. After lie received his commission Ensign Sluss was transferred to an air base In Jacksonville, F]a., where he 1* now completing his final advanced training before being assigned to combat duty\ A graduate.of Beall High school, he was employed at the Celanese plant, Cumberland, before his enlistment. ••••'•• • •••'• . • " •*• His wife, the former Miss Evelyn Phillips and Infant daughter, Karen, are residing in Minneapolis. ; Mt. Savage Mt. Savage, March 3.—The Girl Scout committee has announced that the intermediate and brownie uniforms have been called in for re-conditioning and redistribution The uniforms are the property of the troop. The uniforms may be left at Uhl's Department Store, Main street, where they will be picked up by the troop committee. Sgt. John Thomas Henckel, 21 son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valentine Henckel, San Antonio, Texas died recently of wounds sustained while In combat on Luzon, according! to word received by relatives here. A brother, Lieut. Edward Herickel, who also saw service in the South Pacific, is now stationed In Washington. They are grandsons of the j late Henry Henckel, formerly ct Mt. Savage. ' The Rev. Thomas Pannbn, assistant pastor at St. Charles Catholic Church, Plkesville, visited his mother, Mrs. Mary Fannon. 1 Howard Jenkins, United States Navy, Is visiting his family here. Yeoman Second Clnss ifary H. Sullivan, Washington, IB spending a five-day furlough with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Sullivan. Barton Bride Is Honored Barton, March 3.—A miscellaneous shower was held this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Eileen M. Wilson, the recent, bride of Pvt. Robert J. Wilson, son of Mr -and Mrs. R. S. Wilson. Those attending were Mesdames Ellen Dawson, Catherine Hadley, Dorothy A. Metz, Gladys Moses, Madeline Miller, Maxine Snyder, Nannie Miller, Marie Lannon, Piedmont. •' - • • ... The Misses Margaret Conroy, Rita Bradley, Jean Lashbaugh, Angela Mowbray, Jean Boal, Hazel Metz, Barton; Irene Thomas, Westernport; Mary Patterson, Mary Ellen McNamaree, Piedmont, and Mr, and Mrs. John Bradley. Mrs. Wilson was.the recipient of many gifts. Games were played and refreshments were served. Her husband is stationed at Camp Barkley, Texas. : ' • . . " . Birthday Party A birthday party was given Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacDonald in hpnor of the former's sister, Miss Dorothea Clark. The table was adorned with a pink-and-white cake. Those who attended were Jean Myers, Gloria Neat, Ruth Kyle, Catherine Myers, Ruth Ayers, Virginia Ayers, Rose Marie Wilt, Ruth Myers, Edna Miller, Mrs. Jean Harden, Barton; Thomas Clark, Robert Berry, James Clark, Chuff Michaels, William Kirling, Hemy Groves, Melvln Pritts, Westernport. Kenneth Kyle, George Llewellyn, Donald Cook, Carl Kline. Richard Brookes, David Clark, Jr., William Nursing Rates ' Have Increase^ Eight-Hour Duty At Home or HogpitaLWill Cost 86 'i; Effectives March 1 Keyser, W. Va., March 3 — Fees tor private nurses have been raised because of the increased cost of living, it was announced here today. At a meeting 'last September of District 4, which includes the Potomac Valley Hospital, H was decided that a fee of $6 wiU be charged for special eight-hour duty at home or In a hospital, while: 12-hour duty at the home will cost; $9, and - $8 will be charged for the same number of hours In a hospital. Other prices have been raised accordingly. The new fees became effective March 1. ... . * : . . To Hear Capt. Lament The Young Adult Fellowship of the Moorefield District, Methodist Church, will meet at Grace Methodist Church Tuesday, at'7:30 p. m., /or their .bl-monlhly meeting. This group has been making a study of the- program of demobilization of civilian' and military • personnel. They have secured Capt. C. W. Lamont, special service officer, Newton D. Baker General Hospital, Martinsburg, to deliver an address and conduct a forum on the theme, "The Road Back.;' Capt. Lamont will illustrate his 'lecture by the use of a Kodachrome motion picture. The Young. Adults are extending an invitation to mil persons to attend this lecture and forum.' Capt. Lament Is scheduled to speak at 8 o'clock. 1 ' Personal and General Miss Mauda May, Ashby, R. N., of Charlottsvllle, Va;, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ashby, for several days. • .Mrs. Lois McKee, of Morgantown, W. Va., is visiting relatives here. Mrs. gmiliam Alt is visiting relatives in Baltimore, Md., over the week-end. ' • Mrs. Ruth Evans Ebert has gone to Los Angeles, Gal., to visit her husband, Petty Officer Earl Ebert. Mrs. Julius Smith and daughter, Judith Ann, have returned to their home in Gainesville, Texas, after visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Rose Lawson, New Creek Drive. E. T. Kessel is ill at his home on South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Nick. Cheris. of Vandergrift, Pa., are visiting their cousin. Airs; James Karras, for several weeks. • Capt. T. C. Giffin is 'spending a furlough with his family here. Mrs. Rose Lawson is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Nethken, of Cumberland, Md. S 1-C Morris Lee Bishop is spending a 19 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bishop, of New Creek Drive, after serving for the post 10 months in the South Pacific. ••-.••-• D. P. Taylor is visiting his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stewart, at their home in Silver Springs, Md., over the weekend. ....... ...... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Troxell, Delaware, Ohio, announce the birth of a son, Robert Eugene, on February 26. Mrs. Troxell is the former Miss Mildred Condro'n. of Keyser. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tebtenburn have received word that their son, Pfc. Walter T. Tettenburn, who is serving with General Patton's Third Army, has been transferred from Belgium to a hospital in France. John Rice, of the Merchant Marines, is spending a furlough with his mother, Mrs. Maggie Rice. Mr. and Mrs. George Michael and two sons, Lewis and David, of Allentown, Pa., are 'spending a. few days with their parents. Mrs. Edwin Keller 1s visiting friends in Martinsburg, W. Va., over the week-end. HA 1-c Charlotte Montgomery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ; Rowlesburg -""',":•"•. Bridge Clufc Dinner ' : ' : °'''; Rowlesburg; W. Va., March S— The Saturday Night Bridge Club neld Its annual anniversary dinner at th« New Howard Hot*! las& Saturday nigh*. Prlae* wer* awarded to Mrs. George Ayersman, for high score; Mrs. Paul Thompson,' runner- up, and Mrs. Lewis R. Jonec, low score. ..v. •:•;;...; '\--..:.;j ' ; ,- .-'. ;;_ : -,-:y Mrs. Jones was aslo presented with m going-away gift' from the club, as she- is leaving soon tor the Pacific Coast. Others at -the dinner were Mrs. C. M. . Wheeler, • Mrs. Agnes Maier, Mrs. Cecil . Haeton, Mrs. Reed Myers and Mrs. Elbern Thompson. - • ; , ' . •- Brief Mention : • ?'':' Lieut; Charles M. Wheeler has aeen moved from Camp Swift, Texas, to Camp Barker, Ala. T/5 Foster Carrlco. stationed the past six months at Bayonne, N. J., is ->ome on a. 21-day delay enroute furlough. He will report to Louis- • Sgt. . Benson Hooton, who had spent two years in the Pacific, and has been in hospitals since January 6, Is home on a 21-day convalescent furlough, visiting' his wife, Mrs. Naomi Hooton, Rowlesburg, and his father, J. T. Hooton, Grove City, Pa. Relatives here have received word that Pfc. George Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, Rowlesburg, and Pvt. Leo McVicker, sori of Mr. and' Mrs. Everett McVicker, Man- nelnu and husband of Mrs. Lois Moore McVicker, attended a show together at Luxemberg. They are Mth in the infantry. ., : •Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott, Cum- Whlteman, Weldo Robertson, Wll- Montgomery', Is a patient at the liam Schobe" and Stanley Smith, Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Clark and Mrs. Md. Donald Lee and daughter, Donna. Games were played and refreshments were served. ; Brief Mention : Barton Hose Company No. 1 will hold its next regular meeting Mon- day at 7:30 p. m. The ladies auxiliary will meet in the firemen's meeting room, Tuesdaj', at 8 p. m. William R. Harvey, Charlestown, W. Va., Is visiting his family here. ROCK* A. J M I. M«l n S*. Ph**« S2-J Mf). NEW HATS mean : ;. NEW HAIRDO'S Get in the swing of Sprirvg svifh a Fresh New Permanent" VAUDA'S Beauty Salon SI E. M»fn SI., Frsolburi . 1'hane 3II-W SAN TOY THEATRE Lonaconing, Maryland Program Beginning March 4th SUHDAY AND MONDAY ' . "KISMET" - . ; Marlen* Dietrich,, James Craig- '•:*'.:• TUESDAY "BOWERY TO BROADWAY" Jack Oakit, Maria Montez. V/fDHlSOAY "Cowboy From Lonesome River" Charles Starrett, Vi Athens. • ' THURSDAY AND falDAY "TALL IN THE SADDLE" ; Jefin Wa^ne, flla Rai'nti. SATURDAY "YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS" Sojr Rogers, Dale tians. Cresaptown •" ••;•=•••.-"• wscs T« M*** '•••'.•••• •.'•• Cresaptown, March 3 — Circle No, 1, : W.-'§. C. S., of th« Methodist Church, will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the hotn« of Mn. K«t« Rhodes with Mrs. G. E. Brotdwater assisting hostess. , • . : The executive meeting ot thii Parent-Teachers Association was • recently held in the school auditorium. The regular meeting .of the group will be held Monday evening at 7:30. After the business session, a program will be in charge of th* Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and r - th» 4-H Club. ..•••, • • ,-• Brief Mention • The monthly Baby Clinic was conducted in the Health Center Tuesday. Babies were innoculated for whooping cough and dlptherla. Miss Margaret MorrLsey assisted the doctor!?* • Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller received word that their son, Harold, has arrived in France. The infant son of Mr, and MM. James Longerbeam remains lerlous- ly ill in AUegany Hospital. The Cresaptown junior high students will present "The Star Spangled Minstrel" in the school auditouri- um, Friday, at 7:30 p. m. The interlocutor Is Thomas'Mitchell and the end "men" are Jane Moreland, Doris Livengood, Bernadine Hutson, Betty Taylor, Ellen Orndorff, Wayne Dawson, William Hardesty, r>avid Lewis, Paul Shobe, and William Anderson. Music will be furnished by "The Musical 'Toppers", Dclores Ferrone, Harold Winstanely, and Martha Norrls, and the school orchestra. berland, visited their Rowlesburg Oils week. parents in SUN. - MON. TUES. MAT. NIGHT PALACE "TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT" With R1U Hayworth, Janet Blair, Lee Bowman IN TECHMCOLOm \ : : . SUN. ONLY LYRIC "GRISSLY'S MILLIONS" MAT. NIGHT With Paul Kelly, Virginia Grey, Don Dourlaj, Eily Malyon MR. MOTORIST! WHICH? Car Care or Car Less >':• New batteries for all can and trucks Your battery charged in your car while you wait. WIED CHAINS AND REPAIRS (ALL SIZES) MUD AND SNOW TIRES — FOUR OR SIX PLY " •', GULFLEX LUBRICATION .."•• V- Gulf Pride Oil .. ; , (The World'i Finest Oil) Allwith Pre-War Courtesy FROSTBURG AUTO CO. Dodge Phone 350 Plymouth MIDLAND THEATRE MIDLAND, MD. : :; Sunday — Monday . ' Matinee Sunday 2:30 p. m. ' . "Maisie Goes To Reno" With Ann Sothvn - John Hodiok—Lot* Newj ind Cartoon. ••' - : " First Show tach night ot 7:15 1. M. , : . Tuesday Only ; : Pat O'Brien and Ruth Himey in "Marine Raiders" Alio Lofj of Comeiiei : Wednesday — Thursday "Kansas City Kitty" With Joan Darit - Jam Frazct and lob Croiby • Also Newj and Comedy ' • Friday - Saturday "Gamblers Choice" : : With Chtitcr Morrii - Nancy Kelly AUo CHAPTER No. 2 SLACK ARROW — COMEDY and LATE NEWS 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 \V» take a genuine Interest In lervinf responsible peopl* In need of a loan . . . Whatever your need may be, money can be borrowed here for that purpose. Under »ur INSURED LOAN FLAN ycur lire te Inland during the tint* nf repayment for the protection family and co-maker. FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK "Tin link With Id* Town Clock" i Frostfotirg, Md. •• ; 'Member a/ Ftdtret Otposit Insuronct Corporation

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