Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 15, 1944 · Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, l'J:- f roit burg Lonacon ing Mt. Savage tiyndman Oakland Tri-Totcn* News From Towns In Cumberland Boytmf Davit Par ton* Bedford Jfonmey 01 bt F w gi h P t) 6: rf, a t( II Ji F P I h i i C t J Frostburg Plan Hallowe'en Program Oct. 27! Mulling Overseas Averages! 400 Packages Daily, • Postmaster Reports j Frcstburg, Oct. H — City Commissioner Jesse Jacobs has been ap- ( pointed general chairman on arrangements for the annual Hallo- we'en celebration in Frostburg, sponsored- by the Frostburg Fire Department. Ths .date selected U Friday, October 27. A parade will be formed at, Beall Elementary school at 7:15 p. m. and will march from Loo to Bowery street, to Main and to Water street, where It will disband at the vH, Pr4ses—*at awarded for costumes at both parade and dance, which will be the concluding event. The dance will be held at Firemen's Hall. Commissioner Jacobs is selecting his committees to work out details *nd judges. One Hundred Women Attend Church Rally Frostburg, Oct. 14—A Methodist Women's rally, lost night at First Methodist church, sponsored by the Vf.S.CS. was attended by more than 100 women. Dinner was served at 6:30 p. m. by Mesdames Walter Jeffries, Oliver Simons, James Ellas, Arthur Bond, Jr., Andrew Nelson, J. Marshall S'-ewart, Clarence Powers. William B. Yates, Joseph Brode, Fred Boett-, Thomas McMorran. Walter Mackay, John G. Cook, Earl Brain, Herbert H. Griffith, Alvin O. Cook, Misses Nell Raley and Bessie Carson. Following the business session, conducted by Mrs. John O. Cook Mrs. H. Reford Aldridge presented a program, with "Tithing" as the theme. Miss Margaret Jones sang accompanied by Miss Mabel E, Myers, pianist, and Rev, Watson E Holley, pastor, spoke on "Life—as a Stewardship". The next meeting of the society Is scheduled lor November 9, with sessions planned for both alternoon and evening sections. Frostburg Elks To Get Army Award Tri'Towns Officers Assume P.-T.A. Positions Committee Leaders Named by President of Ham. inoud Street Assn. Overseas Mailing Time Extended For One Day Frostburg, Oct. 14—Postmaster Michael J. Byrnes has received Instructions from the Postal department to extend the mailing date lor overseas packages from October • 15 to 16 because the final day for mailing overseas packages nac been on Sunday. For several weeks the local pos office has received an average o about 400 packages a day for over seas. Yesterday set a new high with 560 packages passing through Ihe window. Today, with the of flee only open to 1 p. m. Indication are that the mailing will be even heavier and a total of 500 is ex pected. Postmaster Byrnes announced tha the office will be open Monda from 8 a. m. to 6 p. rn. the xisua hours. He asked that people mall pack, ager as early as possible Monda; to avoid a last minute rush. Two Extension Classes To Start This Week Frostburg, Oct. H —The re-spons to evening extension classes at th State Teachers College of Frostbur assured the offering of cources ir Recent American History and Geo graphy of Asia for the fall. Th course In Recent American Histors •will have its fjrst session at the Col lege Tuesday, at 7:30 p. m. Th course will deal with the institution al changes and the nation's part i evolving world relationship sine World War T. Changes In domes tic life and foreign relations will be studied. On Thursday at 7:30 p. tn., th class in Geography of Asia wi meet. Both of the courses being o frrcd at this time are new. Th Thursday evening schedule is tenta live and will be rescheduled It th, group desires another evening. Surprise Party • Frostburg, Oct. 14—Mrs, Margaret Higgins. 10 Ormand street, entertained with a surprise party in honor of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weishaar's twelfth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Richard Goldsworthy entertained with piano selections. A buffet luncheon was served. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Winters, Baltimore-, Mr. and Mrs. "Jame.i Robey. Mrs. Olive Ambrose. Keyser, W. Va.; Glenn Jenkins. Brunswick; Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Tippcn, Cumberland; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goldsworthy and daughter, CJeraJdine; Mejciflmes Richard Goldsworthy. Jr., Mary Mellamphy, Margaret Lavln, Virginia Klght. Kathleen Herwig. Gladys Helmich, Lou Davis, Jane Jenkins, Dorothy Weibrecht, Delia Meagher, MLs.v.s Stella Qulnn. Margaret Mc- Gnnn, LaVerne Hlgsins, Berna- Joseph P. Montana. Fro&tburg, Oct. 14—Joseph P. lontana, chairman of the war ommlttee of Frostburg Lodge, No. 70, B.P.O. Elks, has completed "ans for the ceremonies, Tuesday ight, when the local lodge will be resented with the U. S. Army ward of merit by the U. S. Army adet Board of the Third Service ommand, Baltimore. Col. E. A. Curran. district recrult- ng and Induction officer, Balti- nore, will present the award to Montana, who will respond on ehalf of his committee. Col. Joseph D. Caldara, Wash- .nglon; a member of the local lodge, •ho has seen many months of ac- ive duty in the Southwest Pacific rea, will be the principal speaker n behalf of the lodge. A. Charles Stewart, past exalted uler of the local lodge, and past hairman of "the board ol trustees f the National order, will be maser of ceremonies. John H. Mosnev. ditrict deputy, Cumberland Lodge No. 63, will present the Frostburg lodge with the Elks War Commission award of merit. In addition there will be a con- ert by the Arlon Band and talks by rominent Klks and high ranking rmy officials. The Army award is being pre- ented to Mr. Montana and his ommittee for the excellent work hey did In recruiting cadets lor he army air forces and the splendid results from the , refresher ourse. sponsored by the local lodge, o prepare cadets lor military train- ng. Captain James Evans, an Army allot, who was decorated for hero- sm in Italy, and home on furlough will be the honor guest. In addf- lon CoL Smith, Major Taplln, Cap- ain Janover of the Third Service Command and other high ranking army officials will be in attendance Mr. Montana started his work as chairman of the local War Committee In 1940. when appointed to j .he post, by Exalted Ruler Thomas Davis. He has worked tirelessly since, serving under Lt. Hichard G. Solben, Robert Lemmert, C. F. Rephann. past exalted rulers, and Exalted Ruler Chester Stewart. His committee also won the Navy award of merit for recruiting Naval aviation cadets. The accomplishments of the committee has been and is continuing to set »a record of achievement-that the lodge Is justly proud of. Mr. Montana has not only gained local recognition for his many acts of service In the recruit- Ing efforts, but his work of promoting letter writing to the men and women in service, his maintaining a continuous flow of packages to the men at the front, his work in civilian defense and promotion of the sale of war bonds, brought his honorable mention on the floor of the Elks' national convention in Chicago, this year, by .James R. Nicholson, national chairman of the Elks War commission- Invitations to Tuesday night's event have been extended to Cumberland Elks, members of the County Board of Education, te'ach- ers, principals, newspapermen anc other who assisted with the refresher course. The affair will conclude with a buffet supper, seVvec .Trl-Towns, Oct. 14.—Newly elected officers of the Hammond Street Parent-Teacher Association, Westernport, were installed Thursday evening by Miss Nellie Dowling, principal, as * follows: Mrs. Guy McKenzie, president; Mrs. Arthur Umstot, vice president; Mrs. Ina Schramm Byrnes, secretary, and Mrs. Raymond Reeves, treasurer. The Rev. Raymond L. Moore, pastor of Trinity Methodist church, .ad the dcvotioi Mrs. Clyde Kalbaugh discussed ihe "Objectives of the Parent- Teacher Association." Mrs. McKenzie and Mrs. Harry Foreman gave a report of the conference • of the P.-T. A. held at College Park, in June. Mrs. McKenzie appointed the following chairmen of committees: Mrs. Albert Beck, home room; Mrs. Walter Fazenbakcr, membership, and Mrs. P. E. Berry, hospitality. Plan Observance Plans for the observance of "V-E Day" for holding a Thanksgiving service will be__discussed_at ^the meeting of trie Tri-Towns Ministerial Association Monday. Rev. Robert L. Vinlng, will be in charge of the devotions and bring the message at 2:30 p. m., at the Presbyterian church, Piedmont. Wllt-Manninp Mr. and Mrs. Carl Manning of Clinton. Tennessee, announce the marriage of their daughter, Naomi Frances, to Florian E. Wilt, Westernport, son of Mrs. Fannie Louise Wilt. The marriage vows were taken in the chapel at Oak Ridge, Tenn., last Sunday, the Rev. Stuart Rule officiating. The bride wore an R.AJ?. blue suit with blacfc. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs.- Frank D. Blacklstone, Washington. The couple is visiting the home of the groom's mother In Westernport. S-Sgt. H. V. L»ne, has returned to th'e states after . completing ntmiy missions' over enemy 'territory. Joseph Southerly, of Moorefield, s a medical pttient at Potomac Valley Hospital. Mrs. John Wright has received word that her husband, MM 2-c John H. Wright, has been transferred from Bainbridge, Md., to Mare Island, Calif. A TRANSPLANTED WEST VIRGINIAN—Miss Ann L. Pownall, a native of Romhey, West Virginia, is associated with Northeast Airlines at Boston, Mass. Moving' to Boston some six years ago, she became interested .in aviation in 1942 and has since been one of Northeast's most efficient traffic representatives handling air passengers to Maine and eastern Canada. Miss Pownall graduated from Romney High School in 1931 and later was a student at both George Washington University and Strayer Business College. Her mother resides at Romney, as well as many relatives. Lonaconing Four-H Club Busy With Projects . Lonaconing, Oct. 14—Miss Edna McFarlane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Samuel B. McFarlane, and lo- caVleader of the Lonaconing 4-H Club, won the 4-H county contest for the "Best All-around Girl," soonsored by Montgomery Ward and Company. She received a copy of "The American Woman's Cookbook" and a trip to the College Park convention October 28. Miss Jeannette Gpwans, Church street, was hostess to the 4-H Club when it met Thursday night. Plans were made'to hold a Hallowe'en party. Miss Margaret Lbar, assistant home demonstration agent, showec the girls how to make table napkins and scarfs as part of their home furnishing project. _jJerw_members— are—Norma- Jean Nightengale. Colleen Monahan, June Stakem, Fatty Green. Other mem- brse who attended the meeting were Jean Gardner, Edna McFarlane, Carol Bradley, Anna Louise Eichhorn, Louise Cooper, Duth Lee Cuthbertson, • Jeannette Gowans ant Ethel Alexander. 3 went-Teticher Association will be eld Monday in the school audU orium. Mrs, George Little is prudent. - \ '-'! ' .; - : Daniel W. Fftienbaker, seaman rst class, of the Armed Guard oC he Navy, is, -Visi ting, his - mothsr. *rs. ; Nor* Moses,-.Jackson! street. I ie returned from a voyage' to. ll France and Italy. He. also visited Is sister, Miss-' Mae 'Farenbaker, iilrnor*. Seaman- First Class Fa- .enbaker will return October 24! The DetmoW Parent-Teacher Association will meet Monday night. •Trie P.-O. B; of ; the Presbyterian Church will have a skating party at Frostburg/RIng'October 19. Lee >.: Hargis of 'Oklahoma h :onductirig a reyiyaJ 'at the Pente- ostal Holiness Church, beginning omorrow. Rev. Dr. Walter- R. Cremeam. newly Installed General Presbyter o! he Presbyterian, Baltimore, will have charge of the Sunday evening ;ervice at the local Presbyterian 3hurch. , St. Peter's Episcopal Church will observe the nineteenth Sunday al- .er Trinity at 7:30 p. m. with evc- ilng prayer and sermon. Pre-natal clinic . .will be held Friday In the Health Room. The Uanaconirig Lions Club will meet Monday night,.October 16. Staff Set. Lane Horn* Sgt. Harry Vernon Lane Parsons Lantz Completes Fifty Missions Teacher Needed For Sugarland School in Tucker County, W. Va. Gets Purple Heart Pfc. Roy M. BHtmger, son of B.' H. Bittinger and husband of Mrs. Mary Starkey Bittinger, Miss Run, RJP.D. Westernport, seriously wounded in France Aug. 8, has been awarded the Purple Heart. He was inducted April 1943, re-j ceiving his basic training at Camp Blanding, Florida and was sent overseas in June ol this year. Before entering the service he was employed at the Bennett mine at Mill Run. Accepts Project The Red Cross project for making 100 pairs of pajamas has been accepted by Kelly - Mansfield Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, Piedmont. Any woman who win assist should ontact Mrs. H. H. Dancer, West- machines for the work room in Dr. Robert W. Bess's office, Ashfleld treet. Piedmont. Any one having hem to lend should contact Mrs. Dancer. Brief Mention Surgical dressings classes will be resumed at the Hammond Street School, Westernport. Wednesday at by Carmel Pinto an dhls tee commit- CLUB 3VIEETS MONDAY Frostburg, Oct. 14.—The Ladles social club of Fraternal Order of Eagles, will meet Monday nigh with a social hour following the business session. Mesdames Edith Dennison and Juanlta. Hendley wil be in charge. At the September meeting the following officers were re-elected Mrs. Edna Eng'e, president; Mrs LaRoe Broderlck, vice-president Mrs. Margaret Kight. secretary and Mrs. Anna James, treasurer. •rnport, The unit needs several sewing p. Mrs. Lewis F. Engle, chairman, announces. The project will be carried on each Wednesday. At the meeting of the Girls Hl-Y Club of Bruce High School it was decided that the members make a scrap book of the year's events. A revival will be held at the First Church of God In Christ, Piedmont, W. Va., October 22-31. Mrs. Margaret Hill, who underwent a minor operation, is convalescing' at the home of her sister, Mrs. Louis Batie, 643 Hill Top Drive. Fort Fort Asliby Party For Welker Ashby, W. Va., Oct. The Young Adult Fellowship met Friday night at. the Methodist Church and followed with a party in honor of 1-c Petty Officer William Welker at his home. Welker, who is home from foreign service, is a former president of the Fellowship. Those attending were: Rev. Charles W. Ambrose, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wctzel; Mr, and Mrs. Walter Kenney and sons, Donald and Robert; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Troutman and son Larry; Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Davis; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Adams; Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Martin; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Twigg; Mr. and Mrs. James Alkire; Mrs. Jack Long and son Victor; Mrs. Ralph Thompson and on James; Mrs. Myrtle Gordon and Louise Sheila Parsons, W. Va., Oct. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Lantz. Davis, have received word that their son. Staff Sgt. Clifton W. Lantz, husband, of Mrs. Tillle Kasonic Lantz, Kempton, has passed the 50-mission mark as nose gunner of a B-24 Liberator bomber. He has taken part in attacks on targets - in 'Germany, France, Norttiem Italy, Austria and the Balkans. Sgt. Lantz' group has twice been cited by the President for participation in the low level attack on Ploesti in August 1S43, and for put- standing efficiency and sustained performance oC duty in the hardships of warfare. Sgt Lantz is a graduate of Kempton high school.'--He received his silver wings at Kingman Field, Arizona. He also wears the Good Conduct Medal, the African-European^ MiJdle Eastern campaign ribbon and the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters. One Teacher Short Reardon Cuppett, county superintendent of schools, announced the county is still short one teacher anc the Sugarlands school has not open- Miss Gertildine Lawrence, socla' worker of Clarksburg, was hired by the board as a teacher In the Close Mountain school which has been closed for two years. The schoo will re-open with 12 pupils enrolled on Monday, October 23. Firemen Enroll Earl Corcoran, chief of the Par. sons Volunteer Fire Departmen announced that the following menv oers of the Junior and.. Senior Vol unteer Fire department have enroll ed In the Firemen's Extension course from West Virginia Univer sity with Mr. Corcoran as instructor Ona Hovatter. Donald Gilmore Junior Merle Cross, Wallace Lan ham, Frank Robinson, Alba Mit chell, Ronald Sheets. Richard Pen nington, Charles Wagner, Ernes Arbogast, Ralph Stewart, William Combs, Dale Bonner, Darl Stalnak er, W. Darrell Bennett, William Martenoy, John KInney. Carlto- Hovatter, Hayward Phillips an Robert Caldwell. Gathering- Milkweed The Milkweed pro/ect sponsore by the Tucker .County Board o Education will be completed betwee October 25 nnd'November 1, accord word released by Reardo Cuppett, county superintendent o schools today, A government truck from the For est Sen-ice will make the collection. Approximately 500 bags are expected. on Charles Carvey; Mrs. Speelman and daughter, PEHSONAL AND GENERAL Mrs. Katherine Leary, department president, will make her official visit to the Ladles Auxiliary of John R, Fairgrleve Post. V.F.W., Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John S. Cook, Mrs. Ernest Yates, Mrs. Frank Beechley, Cumberland; Mrs. Frank Dayton, Westernport, and Mrs. Edwin S. Grim, this city, returned from Hampstead, Md., where they attended the state convention of the Women's Christian Teri\p«ance Union. Miss Virginia Boyer, Linden street, senior at Frostbunr State Teachers college, underwent a major operation, at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Pvt. Melvln "Pat" Cain. Fort Sill. lodsc rooms. A large birthday coke, ° kla " * nd . Seaman Carl S. Kail Illuminated with candles, adorned I ir! 1 *4 an< ;isco, £•*'»•« are thr refreshment table. *£• £ a n » mot . 1 J«. Mrs. Twemv-seven members and one Ca ^- y al8NIS V lmmlt ; 1 . ^ , . Metis Night will be observed clcttc Wll.=on, Lieut, Thomas Winters and Cpl. Lee Illggins. GIVEN PARTY Frosthurg, Oct H.—Mrs. Louisa Wattncr, Grahamtown, was tendered ;i party Wednesday night, by the Daughters of Pocahontns in honor ol her seventy-seventh birthday. Mrs, Wnsncr. who has been a mcm- bor of the lodge for 44 years, re- nvilus fine of it.s most active members. The affair was held In the ie May; Mrs. George Siehl: Mrs. Walter Kenney; Mrs. Dorothy Twigg; Miss Edith Marker; Miss Marguerite feaster; Miss Maxine Klein- Miss Flo Bradford; Robert Linn; and Mrs. Kelker and daugh- Euoit. Miss Louise Pltimmcr, grand- clrutxhtcr of the honored guest, at- CLASS ELECTS FrostDurg, Oct. H.—Mrs. elln Carter was elected president of the Golden Ray Sunday school class of Sntem Evangelical nnd Reformed church, lost night, nt the home of Mrs. Alberta Miller. Afrs. Grace Hawkins wns elected vice-president; Mrs. Anna Mlnnick, secretary; Miss Louise Llewellyn, treasurer, and Mra. Caroline Powell, chaplain. Annie Monday, 7:30 p. m. at First Methodist church with Rev. Watson E, Holley, pastor, as the speaker There will be « musical program - antl 8 social hour. Scientist,* claim the earth's atmosphere shields its Inhabitants from harmful .sun rnys and helps to «qual- izc dny and night Miss Helen Y. Hough, librarian at the State Teachers College, hap been elected a delegate to the Representative Assembly of the State Teachers Association Meeting in Baltimore October 20 and 31. Miss Hough will nlso attend the Maryland Library Association Meeting Saturday. Mr. Carl Skoll of San Francisco Calif., is visiting David Cain, who is home on furlough with hi. mother. Mrs, Annie Cain, Val Summit, Ann; Mrs. Nannie Klein; Mrs. Marorie Wagoner; Mrs. Louise Wagon- Mrs Lois Welch; Mrs. Mary ow Wilson Hospital in Staunton ; a., is visiting here. He is recuperat- ng from wounds received in France. Mrs. Minnie Knotts. Horseshoe un, has received: the Purple Heart Tiedal awarded to her son,, Denver Cnotts, who was wounded in France. Mrs. Mary Erwin of Parsons re- eived word that her husband, Pvt. Bud" Erwin is stationed in Hollfcnd Mrs, Ellowean McClain, Parsons, eceived word that her husband has ailed for an undisclosed port in the outh Pacific war zone. Lieut. Lewis Spangler, Jr., son ol Ir. and Mrs. Lewis Spangler of Parons, has been transferred from Sngland to France with the air orces. Pvt. Roy Shaffer, son of Mr. and vlrs. 'Lloyd Shaffer, . Porterwood, as been transferred from France o Belgium. Another sou, Pvt. Howrd Shaffer, is stationed in Eng- and. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mauzey, 'arsons, received word that then- son, Cpl. Richard P. Mauzey, has ;raduated as an engineer-gunner if a Liberator bomber and has ar- ived in Italy. He is with a B-24 ximbardment group. He has two brothers in the service. They are; 'aul Mauzey, medical corps in ^ance, and Seaman 2-c John auzey, Norfolk", ! Va. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Hosteller, Pigua. Ohio, are visiting here. Mrs. Mary Young and daughter Sharon, Kansas City, Mo., are visit- ng in Douglas. Sgt. Marshall- Snider. USMC iome..Sgt. Snider has served in the Pacific War zone, three years. Mrs. C. M. Stalnaker, Parsons, is attending the wedding of Miss Helen Louise Ball held in Charleston :oday. Mrs. Rueben C. Boyles and Mrs G. C. Lutz. are visiting in Wash- ngton. Mrs. D. A. Edwards, Lonaconing Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur •Ipscomb. Peyser VIcCoole School P-TA Has Meeting Marriage of Cpl. Opal Barr in Miami, Fla., to Soldier Is Announced ter Ann Wallace. Personals Ralph Thompson, P. M. 3-c Is visiting his wife and son. Mrs. Elmo Kauifman Is ill. William Flora, Navy, Is home. Cresaptoivn Cresaptown, Oct. 14 — Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Winters entertained Tuesday In honor of their daughter, Rosalie, on her fourteenth birthday. Music selections were given by Harold Winstanlcy. Twenty-two were present. Miss Annabel McKonzle underwent an operation Wednesday at Allnoonv Hoanllal: Cpl. Howard Poland returned to Camp, Sam Lou Llbsco. Calif., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Poland. Pvt. Donald Kidwell, Fort Meade, visited here. J. F. Vftnmetcr returned from Annapolis. Hear From Missing Soldier Friends In St. George have received a letter from Private Arol K. White stating that he is well. Pvt. White was reported missing in action a few months ago. No details have been received here of the incident. He was stationed in the Pacific war Eone. Seabee Is Home . Machinist Mate 1-c Charles Post Mauzey, in the Southwest Paci fie war zone for twenty-seven months is home on a thirty-day furlough. He is the puest of Mrs. Zella Kite of Parsons and will report back for duty at Davisville, R. I. Brief Mention Pfc. Edmond Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Owens of Tucker county i» a patient in the Veteran's hospital in Staunton, Va., with a lung infection. He was with the Army In France and returned to Virginia due to illness. Another son, Pvt. James Howard Owens, has been sent to the European theater of op- Mt . Savage Given Surprise Party 'Mt. Savage. Oct. 14.—Miss Mary Murray and Miss Bessie Cunningham entertained with a surprise party Wednesday in honor of "the Misses Anna Mary and Katherine Larkin. who left for Baltimore. Guests included the Rev. George Larkin, pastor at the Shrine of the Little Flower Catholic Church, Baltimore, and the Rev. Frederick Duke, assistant pastor to Father Larkin; Mrs. Gencvleve Hopkins, Laurel and Mrs. Anna Kenny, Frostburg; Mesdames Rosella Farrell, Thomas Parrel!, Charles Noonan, Frank Dean, John Crowe and Walter Martin; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Fannon, Misses Rosella Lynch, Nellie Tansey, Margaret Logsdon, Catherine McNamee, Martha Lynch, Frances Snyder, Mary Tansey, Lourdine Logsdon, Mary D'Connor and Martha Reagan, anc Lioretta O'Connor, Lawrence Fannon and Angus McAtee. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Snyder held a birthday party Monday in honor of their daughter, Evelyn Frances Snyder. Attending were Catherine and " Glen Snyder, Sandra and Nancy Deffenbaagh, Stella May Stearcns, Gwendolyn Snyder, Joan Anna Reed, Betty Jar.e Lashley Ellen Jlnfcens, Donaid ond Pear Snyder. Keyser, W. Va., Oct. 14.—The McCoole P.-T. A. met Thursday evening with 42 members and 2t visitors present. The a capella oc- tette from Bruce High School directed by Mrs. Uyta Greenwade, of Keyser, sang two selection of negro spirituals,. "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord," and 'Climbing Up the Mountain' 1 , and a cornet solo was given' by Hugh Fazenbafcer itccompanicd by Mrs. ireenwade at the piano. The treasurer gave a report on finances, and •t was reported that over 1,000 lunches were served in September. Members Were asked to attend a meeting on October 30, at 7:30 in the City Hall in Cumberland to hear a report on school ground equipment for AHegany county. The group agreed to buy a first aid Kit and clock for the school. The possibility of costumes for the Rhythm Band was discussed, and a letter was read from the Ways and Means Committee of the AHegany County War Memorial, asking for donations for a memorial roll for men and women who have made the supreme sacrifice in this war. This is the only memorial roll, in the State of Maryland. The P.-T.A. decided that the children should be allowed to bring money for this in order that every home could have a part. The P.-T.A. banner went to Mrs. Simpson's room lor the largest number of parents present. There will be a covered dish supper at the next meeting to be held November 2, at 6:30 p. m. The by-law comrntt- ee reported that the by-laws have een revised and eight members must be present for a business meeting. A social hour was held ollowing the meeting. Marriage Is Announced Mrs. Cora Barr, 133 W. Piedmont treet, announces the marriage of of the Eighth Air Force, based in England, an engineer gunner o: the "Jub Jub Bird,,' is visiting hts wife, Mrs. Mabel Lane, and his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Lane Staff Sgt. Lane completed 30 mis sions over enemy territory. He ha. the air medal, oak leaf clusters anc distinguished flying cross. He alsi wears three battle stars. Staff Sgt. Lane, after & 21-da; furlough, will report to Miam Beach, Fla. His sister, Mrs, Nor ma Schenk of Washington, is here and another sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Barber, also on Washington, expect to arrive Sunday. , Announce Engagement Mr .and Mrs. Harry J. Ternent North Braddock, Pa., formerly o Lonaconing, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Margare ec^ (Reba) to Dr. Edgar Scot Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. James B Ball, Sr., of 302 Hawkins avenue North Braddock. Dr. Ball graduated from the Pit Medical School September 23, 194' and is .serving has internship at th Medical Center • Hospital. Brief Mention The first meeting of the Midlan Further Candy Cut For Civilians Predicted Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 14. (#)—A further cut in candy for civilians, at east for the remainder of this year, is predicted by Ph'ilip P. Gott, pres- dent of the National Confectioner; Association. Gott told a regional meeting of the NCA's council' on candy last night that candy manufacturers were setting aside for.the government 50 percent of their, total production of five-cent Items. Many natives of Brazil drink from ten to 20 cups of coffee a day. Upholstering and Rugs Duralized Cleaned A scientific method brings back the newness to the fabric. Finished in your home You can see thi care that it token of tht mattnal. Can uie the tarn* do) Mothproofing guff/united tor Urt years. "To Economize--Durqlize" GUARANTEED G. V. Lammert & Son Phoni Frostburg 95-M Fronchiit .for AUegony County Pvt. Allen Shahan and Pvt. Alton Shahan, Camp Shelby, Miss., twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. U. fihahan nre home. Charles AHsn Roberts and Kaljli Carr, left for Huntlngton for Induction Into the armed forces. Thomas Thomas, W. Va., Oct. 14— Mrs Lucille Stapleton was hostess at f "500" card party at her home. Firs prize was won by Miss Solena Mas si. Others attending were: Mes dames Harry DiBacco, Mary Quatt ro, Charles t,. Sutton, Jr., Paul Ter anto, Misses Sue DIBacco and Mary Ferruso. Chaplain L. J.Demers, Fort Bragg N. C,, spent a furlough as the gucs of Rev. Father F. A. Spillar. Chap lain Demers was formerly with group stationed In this maneuverin area, a year ago. Mrs. Philip Cocchlaro to visitin her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David V. Swartz. Helen L. Black, Washington, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lochiner. SUN. - MOX. TUES. PALACE SPENCER TRACY MATINEE *od NIGHT "THE SEVENTH CROSS" With Sljne BUM, Hume Cronyn SUNDAY ONLY LYRIC MATINEE »nd NIGHT "MOON OVER LAS VEGAS" With Anne Girynne, Dav(d Bruce, Ver» er daughter, Pvt. Opal Barr, to Pvt. ames C. Williams, son of Rev. and Irs. Williams, of Nashville, Tenn. The wedding took place September 0, at the United Brethrah church n Miami, Fla., with the Rev. J. P. VIoore officiating. Pvt. Barr, before enlisting in the WA'ACs, was employed by the Celanese Corporation. Pvt. Williams was employed at the Eleantor Con- truction Company in Nashville, Tenn., before his enlistment in the Army. He has been awarded the urple Heart Award for wounds received in action overseas, before be- ng sent back to the states to recuperate. He is now stationed at Miami Beach, Fla. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Harrison are visiting their son, Cpl. James Harrison, at Bangor, Maine. They will be accompanied home at the end of next week by their daughter- n-!aw, who will remain here for the duration. A-S Simeon Bright has returned :o the Army Air Base at Greenwood, Mississippi, after spending a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Bright. Pvt. Boyd A. Robinson, Camp Joseph' T. Robinson, Ark., is spending a 10-day furlough with his wife and two children in McCoole Mr. nnd Mrs. F, A. Elsey liave gone to New York, to visit their daughter, Y 2-c Anna Ruth Sheets, who is recuperating from an operation at the Brooklyn Naval Hospital. On their return trip- they will visit their daughter and ron-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders, in Winchester, VR. Mrs. Maxwell ElUfrltr. has returned from Richmond, Va., where she visited her husband, Pvt. Maxwell Elllfritz, who is recuperating from wounds received overseas at the McGuire General Hospital in Richmond. Stars of Tomorrow GLORIFYING DANCE REVUE PRESENTED BY THE PUPILS OF THE Dixon Dance Studio Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 25-26 LYRIC THEATRE...FROSTBURG Revue In Connection WHfo Picture Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kane and Norfolk, Va., hns been made a sup- son, Edward, are visiting tn Am-1 ply clerk. , bridge. Pa., where Mrs. Kane's ulster g g t. nnd Mrs. Otto Lambert of A large German flag is on dlsplaj Misses Mary Del Slgnore and No- In the company store in Douglas. Iti r [ na Mass! returned from Detroit, was sent by Lieut. Stanley Vr.nquen. I Mis., Jdtt Lo u j se Cooper who has He said that he had taken the flag from some German prisoners. Cpl. Paul Gcnantonlo. USMC, Is seriously ill. The Mary Martha Class will meet Tuesday nt 7:30 p. m., At the home ,of Mrs. Edward Winters. Fort SHI, Okla., nrc the guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Susan Showalter. Virgil Bolynrd, patient In the Wood- been a patient in the City hospital, Elklns, i« home. Pvt. Andrew N. Hasletl, Camp Lee., Vn., is home. Mrs. Anthony J. Bartkus and children, Clay, W. V«., were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Bartkus. A conundrum la ft pun In the Interrogative form. Mrs. L. E. has received wort 1 . that her son, Pvt. Donald L. Cross, hns been transferred from Camp Cooke, Calif., to Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif. Robert Rice is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. IJny Rice, after spending the past 22 months work- Ing for the government In Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He hns been transferred from Hawaii to a government post in the United States. Mrs. E. R. Prey and E. M. Locke, of Grnfton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I..L Ravenjscroft Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wood have received word that their son-in-law, You c*a borrow on appmrrad MM! through ihii b*ok O twrmi. OUT monthly nkluctkm plan «a- abl»€ you k> p«jr off bofc prinoip*! «ad inter*** *t a oocuieUMU* matag orw th* ccwt oi old-ctrl* mortgage* with &«i? h«*rr paym*ai* otxaiag du* "«H in * Our couricou*, confidential M and our moderate appraUal and titl* •lamination charg*f will b* appre- ciitsd by boirovrcrs. L*t ui giva jam. further detail*. FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK •Th. tank Witt, the Town Clock" ^Frostfouif., Md. Mtmbtr tf ftdtral Dtpo'lil tmvrcnc*

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