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TWENTY • _M I r -.•™.,'?'"*77^ Froaibnrg Mt. Savag Oakland SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. SUNDAY, MARCH 11, .1945 Lonaconing llyndmtm Tri-Town* News From Towns In Frostburg Accent Importaiicc Remaining on Jobs Three Wounded Service' ..:'•;; men Address Fir* • Brick Makers Frostburg, March 10 — Last night at Frosimirg Sttue Teachers college Men Beall High Facuhy Cook and Serve Dinner Froaibnrg, March of the Benll High entertained \vtth » •uditwltim • a of the large group Big Savage of arn- Retrnc torles company, their families and a .number of interested citizens heart three lervlcerocn, wo marines an< » sailor, nil rearers of the Purple • Heart decorations, tell of the importance to the men on the fighting ' front that men and women stay 01 ihelr jobs at tha home front. The speakers, Cpl. Johnnie Pip •r, SMpfitter 2-C; Charles Daugh trty and Pfc. Oscar R. AcMeson •whose injuries have rendered them unfit for further combat service stated that they feel that by tnipre.s jing the! importance of the jobs o men and women in critical war In duxtry to speed victory", they ; en continue to help their "buddies &UI1 out there enduring all the hard •10.—The men school faculty .dinner party Thursday, 5 p. m. In the home economics room with the ladies of he faculty a* guests, •me dinner was'prepured entirely •ithout the'aid of feminine hands ue men proving their skill In the ullnary art. : Prof, Arthur W. Tayor, .'as' chief coolc, supervised. J Stanley Hunter and Joseph Downey >repared the meat course; Harr Ddgcrs, the-salad; Harrison Payne .he sldo vegetable; Roger X. Day :be potatoes awl Francis Carrlng ton, the coflee. Topping'off the mea was a huge layer cake, mixed, baker, and. !c«d by William Keys. Rev Walter V. Simon arranged the pro gram nnd Maurice Nelson arrange and decorated the tables.In keep J«s with the themn of St. Patrick Day. -. A quiz on the land of the sham rock was won by Miss Kalhlee Wolf. Tables were arranged to accom modate lour, three ladies' and & gentleman, who aoted »s host and handled tha serving.!; : ; Thirty-two attended. : '. f I. Savage Mate Died Hero, Letter Slates - r .. Savage, March 10 — Mrs Nellie Hotchkiss was notified by the War Department that the Purple Heart has been awarded posthum- ouslv to her husband, Pvt. Richard C. HotcWciss, Jr., who died December 30. 19«, from wounds received In action In Belgium. Jitrs. Hotcrikiss aho received a ctter from her husband's commanding officer, Captain Charles Rob- 1 ertson, stating that- Pvt.: Holchklss was wounded by shrapnel during an enemy : artillery barrage and that his initiative arid courage aided In the success of the drive. The letter Bayard Davit Partont Bedford Romney Mr. Brown's mother and sister at Boynton, Pa. . Miss Joan Bowers returned from Boynton, Pa., where she visited her cousin, Miss Carolyn HHlegas. John Klnton, ;• of the , Merchant Marine, is spending several weeks, with his wife and mother, Mrs. Ada Kintpn. --.-" - : . ; . Mrs. Robert Hershey is visiting irlends at Meyersdale, Pa. Mrs. Rachael Stewart, Johnstown, Pa., waa a gue.st of her sister, Mrs. Eva Pyies. Parsons ^ ^ % Of Soil'S ^ ^ Lonaconing •• • Scotsmen Laud Coney Kindness Seagoing Soldiers C1 a i in Loiiacoiiiiig Hospitality Is "Tops" Lonaconing. March 10—William Wilkle and J, Warren, members ol the Maritime R. A., of Scotlnnc (seagoing soldiers) recently visited Mrs. Mary Brown here. A nep;i«w,i Wilkle saw Mrs. Brown, his aunt. .for the first time. Mrs. Brown left Scotland when she was 21 years old land Wilkie's father was seven. : The two Scot soldiers have been • . ,„ ,,, j • ie wo co Papons, W. Va.. March 10-Floyd- 1 ^ 1 ^ k merchant ships ___ _i_ ___ _* rn..«(. n . n^.mr tt KOfipTir _ 1 J11 *—H- "^ * . « v - - _____ of to »tny the American fighting men are fjir.iog, was (riven to the audience by P(c. Aehleson, the ; nineteen year old Marine, who told of the Japs u-s- : hi? little r«bles ' to- destroy •:.the American -Miirlnes. He related the story of how the Japs on the Islands of tha Pnciflc. had - : taken native babies, placed khcni In the path of gunfir*. When a marine would attempt to rescue the Infant, would b« blown to bits by a grenade that iype of ,n-'Ked Cro.s Workers Hear Chairman Lewis and committee members, who will conduct the: Red Croi* drive here,' Thursday night In "the city hull, County Chairman 'William Lewis impressed on the group the Importance of Prostbunr meeting its J7.0CO had been concealed diaper. in tha baby's All three paid highest tribute to th* cxcelJent medical cars they had received In government hospitals military medics 'unsung heroes" The affair opened with the showing of two signal corps films, "Return to Guam" and "Psc.iflc tire- power", with Prof. Ivan C. Diehl of faculty, handling the and referred to the on the field as the Lh« college projector. Roger A. Hitchins, president of the company, Philadelphia., presided and spoka briefly on th» many vitnl " meeting of fire closed with brick. The remarks by William quota to help continue the work of the Red Cross giving aid to servicemen and women all over the world. • • •'••••! •'!• • The drive will be officially launched Monday .with headquarters in the lobby of Gunter hotel. Advance gifts received this week include Consolidation Coal company, S200: G. C. Murphy company, $60; Woohvorth company, $-40; Alle- gany-Gnrrett Sportsmen Association 430; Republican club, S25; J. O. U. A. M. S5. .":'• The Red Cross Motor Corps has been Active during the past week handling the distribution of posters and other publicity material. FSC Representative To . . Address Eckhart Group further staled that he was bui'ied in Belgium;' ;• .. Pvt. Hotchkiss was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hotchkiss. He leaves four small children. Firemen Clean Main Street Main Street was cleaned during the past week by the Mount Savage Volunteer Fire Company. A fire engine pumper! was .used; the water being drawn Irom Jennings : run The entire street from the Majestic Theatre to Ihc- bridge at the east end of town was washed. Lieut. Col Golden Talks •'. Ueut. Col. John Golden. Cumberland, spoke to the Mt. Savage Lions we ll Club on conditions in Germany a the dinner meeting Thursday even ing in the recreation hnl' of th Methodist Church. Following hi. talk nn open forum was held. Guests of honor at the 'dinner :;ere Pvt. Paul M. Sullivan, son o Mr. nnd Mrs. Patrick J. SxilHvai who was Injured In Belgium and ha returned lo the states for hosplta Loughry of Tucker county recent- say "We have y received a letter ttom Army , ' Ulis world and navc Chaplain John F McKenna relat- - ^ rlences , but o{ aU ng the details of the death of hw es , n Ms country there Is on. Pfc. Carl Loughry, in France. th f uk Lonaconing. H may be .. _„.. »,„ i.^.. MI™,. l sma)1 g ut w£ smcerely wiah to e x . [press thanks for the hospitaliti rite* LV/ i/ticj iuj. - -v"'^""'.!- —j ^ ' ""~ *' he death of' your son. Carl was killed In action on September H. _ __ _ 1944 in Britany, France. He was first t o£ the specla burled in a United States military L comm it te e, Chairman Ervin D cemetery in Britany and services = Qf the Red Cross war Iund were conducted by a Protestant I campaign, announced that the quota of $750, has been exceeded by over workers, who began n part, the letter follows: "It Is with the deepest regret ^ ulmllks lvll _, _ write to offer my • sympathy •>« ^ htch we received. We have never te death of your son. Carl was| come a( . ross anything m:e it." Ked Cross Kepnrt •' T *hese Diazes of burial are bcing|°'jr 1 ^licac &J'-**' 1 - 0 u4 L , _.;-> $100. V^auiYJttlBii wuin.oi.j, ,,.iw ~-D made into P'™^ J™ m ° r ' a M the ir house-to-howe «iw«s Wed- clinic. ... cemeteries by the government Barton's -Methodist 'Church; Rev.! Raymond W; Crowe, Midland Methodist Chvrch; Rev; John L. Wilson, EcJchart Mines; arid Rev:,John: B. Stacks of .the'"-'First... Methodist Church, Lonaconing. '':*'•"'• .. •-''•••••- !-"' The fourth Sunday-in Lent will r> observed at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Lonaconing, at. 11 a. m. There : will be Litany, sermon and Holy Communion. .''V James Craze. Jr.,'son !of Mr. »nd Mrs. James Craze, Sr.,. received treatment at Miners Hospital, burg, for a crushed foot. The regular Health Center committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 13. Pre-natal clinic will be held in the Health Room on Friday, March 16. Mrs. Arthur G. Phillips returnet to Baltimore after visiting Mr. and Mi's. Arthur Phillips, East Mail street. : Lt. Etoinor Lee is in Baltimon for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hausrath of Harpersville announce the birth of a daughter Thursday, March 8, In the Hodgson clinic. Mrs. Hausrath is the former Helen Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Timney of Detmold announce the birth of a daughter Thursday, March 8, in the Hodgson clinic. Mrs. Tunney is the former Dorothea Kroll of Gilmore. ? Mr. and Mrs. Galen Smith of Shaft announce the birth 1 of n son March 9,' in the Hodgsor The fatlie r is formerly of SHOP NOW FOR EASTER Cut Flowers fur All Occailons — Place Your,EasUr Orders K»rly Many Hard-to-met Itemt Now in Stock RELIGIOUS PIECES * : i SHEET MUSIC ••••I.'.'.'.'i .- >••..;•••..: MNGEKIE •'•••'-V-: MO!5E •• ;1 ">V !; v i : '';•' ;; '"WINDOW SHADES BABY SANITARY SHEETS PICTURE FRAMES EASTER TOY* EASTER BASKETS EASTER GREETING CARDS ^ ' •'.'••''• : ; ; r "^-f ERNISTINA W1TTIG ' "'^ ^.', : ^ : :V' THE 0. AND D. NOVELTY SHOPPE 18 Broadway. Frostburj Phones 584-J 789-J that aV beautiful as Poss^^-ta^generou^and Indications point contributions Lonaconing. Pvt. and Mrs. in lifting so heavy a your heart. _By his " good cheer, many less from !° Lonaconing going well over the nndi to .P- mect[ng ot aU Sunday at 2 p. m Receives Air Medal and Mrs. Odes Painter will be in Red Cross i headquarters, Main street- Special gifts received Include Cen- Mr. and Mrs. Odes Painter « ^y- » " Sc ^ ool S10 3.29; James parsons received a letter today HVm NQ g , ^^5^ Legi Kvan Humphrey Jr., Jackson street, Lonaconing, announce the birth of a son this morning in the Hodgson clinic., Mrs Humphrey is the former Inez Decker. Pvt. Humphrey is serving in th<~ infantry lu Germany. their son, ... _„ has been awarded the Air Medal for | NQ g , S100; Republican Legion . Club, $100; Tement Sona and Holmes Company. $50 each; Jackson treatment, nnd Warrant Officer Wil liam Moseley, son of Dr. William Moscley. . Edward J. Conway presided at theUicipatLng in aerial flight In " IC |53 0 :""u n j te( j Mine Workers' Union, business meeting. : . • i Southwest Pacific area. The cita- • Goodwill Fire Comany, Snyder Brothers Meet ' l "— - -'-— — *•'- ~>~.«*. ™- "°- "°°- ^"^ ., i_it,-..»_l UilQ OUlllLUlil » . VOW »,«.*.«-" i uM^mj^--- Meritorious acWev^enwhie par- gchool p ttrcn t-Tfeac&er Association. (Southwest Pacific area. ftion received by his parents fol- Cpl. James Snyder and Pvt. Victor lows: Snyder, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank "Your son took part in sustained Snyder, met recently in .Paris, ac- operational flight missions during cording to a letter received by their which hostile contact was probable parents. : and expected. These flights includ- Mr. and Mrs. Snyder have two ed bombing missions against enemy Pythian Sisters, Georges Creek Valley Lodge, A. F. it A. Masons, Coff- man-Fishcr Company, James Park, John W. Jackson and Lloyd Durst & Sons, $25 each. Twenty-dollar contributions were received from John R. Hamilton. Campbell other sons in the service. Seaman 'installations, shipping and supply, T _,. . Har -!- oeoree D 1-c John Snyder. stationed in Bos- bases. Almost every hour of every |J°*p p ^ o ^j '^ , "ton, and Pvt. Francis Snyder with day, your son and the sons of other, ' • American mothers are doing such 22 liidnclees To Leave This Week| Moorefield, W. *Va., March 10— The Hardy County Selective Service board has called 22 men for induction next week. They are: _ Thurman Harrison Funkhouser, Baker; Ernest WaHmari Critcs, Marshall WeatlierholU, Reu- Lester p. m. t i 1 t l * Mefirs, president of local 190. United Clay Workers. Slart Re<l Cross Drive For Funds Tomorro-w Frcetburg, Marcli 10—Mrs. Clar- •nc» Thomas, chairman of the Red &wu drlvB In Eckhart and Vale _ _ Bumrnit, announced that the cam- busine3s sess i O n. palirn for funds will begin Monday with R hou*t-ko-houee canvass. Tha quota Is »650. CapUins sre JoVin Byrnes, Upper •Eckhart; Mrs. Patrick Drum, cen- tra! EcWrart; Mrs. Katie Nelson, Parkersburg; Mrs. Leona FilslnKcr, pZb r «ary"3 "l945 Washington Hollow; Mrs. Myrtle reoru *"* J ' '•' Porter, farms; Miss Regina Delaney, • OlarysviUe; Mrs. Upton Loar, Eckhart Methodist ctiurchi Mrs, Gene- Mri Kate Tho work- tr* are MUs Lillian Feldmann. Mrs. Catherine Snndrlcfc, Mrs. Erelyn Delaney, Miss Mary Harry, Mrs. Re- Rlna Williams; Mrs. Rachel Kid- wall, James Barry. Mrs. Nellie Watson. Mrs. Mildred- LaPorta, Mrs. Bella Porter, Mrs. Helen Thomas, Mrs. Cecil Snyder. Mr*. Ruth Crowe, Miss Esther Carter. Miss Clara : Boettner, Mrj. . Brook* Lancaster, t.lrs. Paiilin* De-Marina, Mrs. Jack Mutr, Joseph Montana, Mrs, Nell Stewart, Mrs, .Fdna Logsdon, Mrs. Maggie Price, Mrs. Catherine Catherman, Mis* Kathryn Worm, Mrs. Gladys Keller, Mrs. : Helen Vogel, Mrs. Patrick HlRgins, WilUa Scott, Evelyn BHibaugh, • MUa Helen Prostburg. M.irch 10.— A representative of Federal Soil Conservation department, will speak at a meet- Ing of tha Eckhart Square Circle Sportsmen Association, Sunday at 3 ' the army in- Burma. Brief Mention things as • thai, here in the South James H. Jenkins, mnchiiilst mate. "West Pacific war zone. 3-C, returned to the Navy rc-dis- . - Brief Mentiol tribution station.' San Fr. Calif., after spending a 30-day emer- are visiting at the former's par- gency leave due to the illness of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fansler his wife, Mrs. Dclores Jenkins. Jen- in Hendricks. Lieut. Fansler has kins recsntly returned from ten been awarded the Purple Heart months in New Guinea with a Navy medal for injuries received while . .. A special program ts arranged for the meeting Uiat wilt follow the repair unit. • -serving in New Guinea where he Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meade an- was stationed for fourteen months nounco the birth of a daughter He will rcport to the Army Ground Thursday at the Miners Frostburg. A memorial service will be held Sunday at 2:30 p; m., In the Assembly of God church- Midlothian, lor Cpl. John Hitchins, 32, son of Charles Hitchins, Midlothian, who was killed in action in Germany, Daniel Williams Is a patient at the elusion of his furlough. Miners Hospital, Frostburg', where Mr. and Mrs. P. W. underwent an operation for ap- Parsons have received word that pendtcltls. Lyons, Hoffmim: Bnlston, Vaje , Memorial addresses will be delivered by the Rev. Albert, ArX, pastor of tha Assembly of God church LonaconlDg; A delegation from Farrody Post No. 24. American Legion, will attend in n. body and the post bugler will souirct taps at tha close of the service. A wreath -will be placed on the Midlothian honor Hospital I Service Forces Redistribution station at A-sheville, N. C., at the con- their grand-daughter, R. M. 3-c There will be a meeting, of the Jean Kalar, was among th« SPAR members of Memorial Post, Amert-1 graduates at the United ^SUtes can Legion, Sunday afternoon 2:30 in the Legion headquarters. at 1 Coast Guard Training station at I Atlantic City, on March 3. She is Miss Anna Louise Pollock is visit- Ing Mrs. Thomas deary. Miatni, Fla. MLss Lillle Lashley Ls a patient at the Allegany Hospital, Cumberland, where she underwent a major operation last week. Mrs. Helen R. Thoerig has been promoted to sergeant at an army air the daughter of Mr. smd Mrs. Frank Kalar of Gleason, Pa., and formerly of Parsons and is also the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kalar of Parsons. ' :• . Mrs. Charles McLain and daughter, Norma, Jacksonville, Fla., are the guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Fred Weber and William Orr grave $15 and SIO gilts came from Isndore Rosenberg, Isaac Love, William Richmond heirs, Lonaconing Lions Club, Robert Marshall, James Hadley, Douglas Wndticll. Ladies' Aux- ilfary of Goodwill Volunteer Fire Company. ••• , i: • Five dollars was received from A. F. Green, C. Marquis, Harry Ltme William Henry, Ladies' Bible Class of Presbyterian church. Knights of Pythias. Rockville school. Eastern Star, G. Schramm. John Businsky. Brief Mention Rev. J. C. Skipper of Oakland will conclude V)is series of re viva services nt the Assembly of God Church here Sunday evening. Re vlval services will be .resumed Mon day evening by Rev. Clarence Tra num. New Creek. W. Va. The Union Service under the aus pices of the Lonaconing Minister Deaii, Eugene Christian ' Bensen- aver, Kendall Herbert Shanholtz, toorefield; Donald J. Taylor, Keyer; Elwood S. Rumer, Gilbert Anrew Combs. Needmore; Courtney Vayne Hines. Fabius; Brooke Hard- ng Evan-s, Flats; Warren Walter Jenkins William Lewis Didawick Vardensville; Stanley Ward Fitzwater, Victor Konnau Cullers, Lprj Wilkins. Otis Howard Wilkins , '. r as part of the memorial service, and| rh»rrh 1 base, Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Hiller. ...•••• j ' ^^'Thocrig enlisted in the WAC| David Long, V-12 student at the lum, will begin Monday, March 2 at 7:30, it was announced by Rev John E. Stacks, president. This ini Hal Holy Week service will be i the Pentecostal Holiness Churc with Rev. John E. St.cks at the pul- \fathias; Denver Cumberland. Md.; William High, Eli Washington Parker, Front Royal. Va.; Garrctt Hoover Heisman, Winchester, Va.; Ward HaUerman, Bergston, Vn. The following have been called for examination on March 29: : Vergis Harding Miller, Lost River; Virgil Leonard Miller, Clarence Howard Funkhouser, Rio; Paul Judy Harper, Leonard Francis Hartman, Roland Harrison See, Gaudy Junior Shoemaker, John Dalton De- lawdcr, David Andrew Helmick, Noah Melvin Fitzwater, John Gordon Ashenfelter, Arlie Hedrick Moorefield; Landon Odell.Bowers Arno Marcellus Reed, Washington ' Winfred "~ ' ' ..; Lawrence the Legion will also present the church with an American flag. A former coal miner. Cpl. Hltch- ins enlisted In August, J942, and lelt Wiirnpler. Mrs. Vemon Miss Theresa Cain. Loar and this country the first, o( 19-5S, for service with an outfit. January, Infantry Personal ami General The Eckhart contributed $5, HomemaJcers have and th« W.S.C.S., *10. An exlilbit hnx been arranged In the display, window of Patrick Drum's store-showing 175 articles made by the Eckhart sewing group of the Red Cross. , - : C 5 b r t E ll Draft Bonrd 4 Will Send 33 Seleclers to Baltimore Frostburg, March 10 — Draft board No. 4, will send thirty-three •electees to Bnltimore Tuesday for Induction Into the armed forces. The contingent will Includs 32 white men and one colored man. • The group will Include William Clifton Burkett. Frortburg, serving 'as lender; Raymond Franklin Burner, Jr., Luke; Mausby ' William • Rogers, McCoole, Richard O'Neill :Erans, We.-iternport; William John Moran, nnd Michael Aloyslus Francis. Piedmont; Joseph, Albert. Shuhart, Arthur Joseph Went and Donald Nathan Kyle, Barton; Robert .Clnrlt ftiacMillan, Jiunes Gordon Jones and Jolui Oswald Bauman, Lonaconing; Daniel j.ThomaA. Midland; Edgar Skidmore, Wiiimm Ffit: tcr.ion Dudley, and Mathew Skid- Wllltam Howard William Robert The Frostburg Fire Deportment •will observe Its sixty-seventh anniversary Monday at 7 p. m., with ?. banquet nt Gunter Hotel. About 50 are expected to attend, including members of the city council, the Arlon Band and members of the department Hind their wives. Miss Anlt'-- Mellon, service dlrec- or of tne Cumberland and AUegimy Gas company. : will speak on "The Importance of the school Lunch" Monday, at 8 p. m.. at a meeting of the Parent-Tencher Association at Hill Street school. Teachers will be In their class rooms at 7:30. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Republican club will hold a card pnrty Tu«sdr.y at 8 p.'m., with Mrs. Mar- 19-43 anci took here bnsic training at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. She las been stationed at Colorado Springs since January, 1944, serving as Bn administrative clerk. Prior to entering the WAG, Sgt. Theorig was employed at the Celanese Plant, and made her home with her aunt, Mrs. Aloysius Monahan. Mt. Savage. Her husband. Sgt. Raymond Thoe- rig, is with an armored division in Germany. garet Richardson. Mrs. Virginia Close »rm Afrx. . Beulah Jenkin.i as hostes.se. 1 ;. The public may attend Hyndman Hyndman, Pa., March 10.—Staff Pgt. James- Johnston returned to 3hanute Fietd, Iltiriol-s after spending a week v:lt.h his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnston. The Sunshine Class of the Evangelical Church will hold a chicken supper Thursday ercnlng in the church basement. . Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Weible, Everett, Pa.,, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Miller. '• Mrs. Grace Close and daughter, Vera, Bethlehem, Pa., attended the University of Ohio, is visiting rela- ives in Parsons this week. Miss Justine and William Harman, Moorefield, are the gviests of Mr. and Wrs. William Barman. Mrs. Emma L. Parsons, R. N., of the Tucker County Hospital, wil! leave for Johns Hopkins hospital on April 12, with her small son David Lee Parsons, where he wil undergo a major operation. He has been in. the Tucker County Hospital for the past nine months. Pfc. William Reed, has arrived safely overseas, according to word his parents have received here S-Sgt. Andrew F. Kotnick, o^ Thomas, -was recently awarded a $25 War Bond by Col. Don. H. Baxter, Sixth AJr Force base commander for having beeVi adjudged winner in a hobby contest, orerseas. Miss Elolse' Flanagan and Mrs. Jean Arbogast Flanagan are visiting the former's parents in Columbus, O. Mrs. Ruby Stevenson, Greensburg Pa Mrs Lenora Plumbo, Buffalo Mills, Pa., and Mrs. Victoria Hershman, Licking Creek, are gtiests of more. Midlothian; Hansel, Eckhart; Kelly, Enrl Harvey Lepley, Thomas Paul Oracle nnd William Henry Norrla. Jr., Mt. Savage; Oliver David Pope. St-\r Route, Frostburg; Joseph William Delnney, William Mlchae Muir, Joseph Leo Bean, Norber Gerald Rafferty, Irvln Conrad Erode Midland Triple Birthday Dinner Midland, March 10—Mr. and Mrs. James Blair gave a birthday dinner at their home Sunday evening In honor of their son, S-Sgt. Thomas S. Blair of Bowling Field, Washing- on.- D. C. Their daughter. Mrs. 7arl DortF'.y.J, and sister Mrs. Robert BUlr. A large cake formed the center piece of the table. The Kucsts were Mis.? Bett» ' Olotfelty, Frostburs; Leslie Eiscntrout, Clarence George, Henry Stevenson, Mrs. Jennie Blair, \rlr. and Mrs. Carl DonMd nnd Rons Carl, Jr.. and Marvin, Mr. : nnd Mrs. Robert Blair and sons Jimmie and Robert Jr. Sodality Elect* Officers The annual election of officers of the Senior Sodality of Saint Jos- Walter Leonard Lea Rankln, ••; Edwart Holtzman, John Rlcharc uneral of the former's brother, Benjamin E. Emerlck. Mr, and Mrs; Roscoe Wareham, Alexandria, Pa., visited the lattcr's parents. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Allen. Among :those who attended the funeral of Foster Oliver were Owen Oliver ond daughter, Toledo, Everett, Pa.';: Mrs. Roy Thorp and son, Donald. 1 Cumberland, .. and Mrs. James. Cook and daughter, Betty, Corrtganville, Md. Mrs. Walter Pliun, The Woman's Christian Temperance Union of the Parsons area donated S5 to the Red Cross at its meeting this week In the club room, of the Community Building. Parsons Mrs. Carl Barr, in charge of the program, gave a talk on "Alcoho and the Health of Our Nation.' Th union also voted to hold a cand; sale the week preceding Easter. Liberty Lodge No. 95, Order o Rebekah's. will meet in the lodg Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown and Hall in Parsons on Tuesday even daughter, Dclorea, recently ' visited'Ing at 7:30. PALACE MAT. NITE SUN. - SIGN. TUES. "TO HAVE AND HAVE MOT" With HUMPHREY BOGAUT, WALTER BKENNAX,, ..;.:',;•, LAUREN BACALL, DOLORES MORAN SUNDAY LYRIC MAT. NITE THE EAST SIDE KtOS f V.. In "BLOCK BUSTERS" Wilh IIUNTZ HAM,, GABIUEl, DELL, LEO GOKCEY, BILLY BENEDICT ; I*/? Years In Tlie ^ Making 1 . Cast of * 12.009 Players I Preston. John Duvld Ware, Jr., and Joseph Edwnrd Connor, Frostburg. iind Lucius Carlton Harper, (colored) Frostburg. . ••{. c C. 8 f. VI t. B y Legion To QOM; For Members Tomorrow Frostburg, March 10 — Dn!t No. 24. American Legion Auxiliary will close Its membernhlp drive Monday with a meeting in the Legion hall. The program following Initiation ccrerhonfc.i will be as fol- Sons nnd dance, Maureen eph's Catholic Chia-ch. was held last Sunday evening. The following members were elected: Miss Rita Hujjhes, president, • Miss Pauline Stakern, Ttce pretldcnt, Mrs. Jtvmes Pair, secretary and Mrs, Fred J. Myers, treasurer. Tuesday evening the Junior Sodality held their meeting and chose the following officers, Mary Lou Kllduff, president; Josephine Fair, vice president. Jean Hollorar., scc- etftry nnd Emma Ward, treasurer The Junior Sodality will sponsor a lane* tor Uis benefit of Saint Joseph's Catholic church. "Saturday March 17. 8:00 until ' ' Manley, McomponkKl by Aden Ls, pianist; rending, Allhcn «hftw; vooc»l aolo, Drucllla Shrlner, accompanied by Mrs. Richard Ooldsworthy, plnnlit; comedy skit, Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad, with gull»r accompflnlment; solo, Belle Rice; nccordlart solo, Jane McLane; ionn and donee, LolJs Skldmore, ac- eornpanfed by Karl Skldmore; sontf Billy Joe McGregor, accompanied by John Conrad anfi comedy ifclt, Mr and Mrs. Kftfl sftidmore. The meeting will dtw »;USi » *o-jS. nmiv there, cla! hour and refreshments. | Joseph Corrtgnn St. Pntrick's Day from 11:45 p. m. in the Fire- men's'Hall. There will bo a floor show by the Dlxon Dance Studio ruplls. Personal and General Simon F, Uellly returned to Cnmp Lee. Vn. nfter visiting relatives. 3-Sgt. Thomns S. Blntr returned to Rowling Field, Washington, D. C Mrs. John Monahon Is visiting 1 Washington, D. C. Mrs. Raymond Bnmpton Is a pat- lent p.l Miners' Hospltnl. Frosthurg, SAN TOY THEATRE Lonaconing, Maryland Program for Week Beginning March llth SUNDAY AND MOHDAY "MRS. PARKINGTON" Grcer Carson, Vfal(et Pidgcon. Mrs. Joseph Raymond. ln/t Sim- j day for Norfolk'. Vn. to Join h«r hui-.j bnnd, who h stationed \*Hth the L'. " "'••' TUfSDAY -"•':•• THE MASK OF DIMITRIOS" Grccnslrcef, Zac/iorjr Seofl, Foye WIDHESOM .•..-.. "PRIDE OF THE PLAINS" • i:-V' Sob Lhingiton, Smi/ey Burnttti. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY "MEET MISS BOBBY SOCKS' Bob Crosby, Lynn Merrick. : "STRANGE AFFAIR" '.'• Alljn Joilfn, f»e/yn Kf/cs. ",. SATURDAY "CANYON CITY" . • ' Dort Ktd Barrf. TECHNICOLOR For The Woman - . Who Cares * •\ '.:;••" ••-:.'' A Soff Manogeoble Permanent it First an (Ke Mujt Liil of Good Grooming. MAKE .YOUR. APPOfNTMENf NOW VAUDI'S BEAUTY SALON 84 E. Main St., Frostburr Phone 344-W MIDLAND THEATRE MIDLAND, MD. Sunday — Monday • : Matinee Sunday 2:3« p. m. "NAUGHTY MARIETTA" jeanetti MacDonald — Nelson Eda'y , Late Ncwj ond CartoOii — First Show 7:15 T. M. • Tuesday Only TIM HOLT IK • , "COME ON DANGER" Lots of Comedies f ::' Wednesday — Thursday - ; "WATERLOO BRIDGE" WitK Robert Taylor — Vivian Leigh — Late Newi and Cartoon .. Friday - Saturday "THE NATIONAL BARN DANCE" Featuring Jean Heather — Charlei Quigley ond Cast , diopter No. 3, Black Arrow — 2-Reel Comedy — ' Lote News R 1C. Preachers for the week will In- rude' Rev. Walter Michael. Centre trcet Methodist Church. Cumber- and; Rev. Glenn I. Bniiey, the Pen- ecostal Holiness Church. Lonncon- ng; Rev. A. R. Ark. Lonaconing's \ssembly . of God Church; Rev. Stanley H. Jewell. Barton's Prcsby- crian Church: Rev.-J. 'L. Moore. man, Martin Luther Miller, Needmore; John Mathins Moyers, Wayne Tunney Strawderman. Otis Marvin Halterman, Mathins: Eugene Joseph Strosnider, Purgitsville; Roy Melvin WhitrnJre, Wardensville; Albert Asberrv Riggleman, Don Landacre, Albcrton, Md.; Russell Lawrence Turner. Baltimore, Md. For The Boys Overseas Overseas Boxes... New Supply of : Candy [ferns Needed af Home Picture Frames Brooms Air Mail Stationery Bobby Pins Metal Razors Ironing Cords Do Your Easter Shopping Now Take advantage of Complete Stocks Large selection of Greeting Cards HILL'S TOBACCO & NEWS STAND 26 W. Main St. Frojrburj, Md. BUY YOUR HOME WITH A FIDELITY MORTGAGE LOAN 200 MigMy Scenes! 87 Beloved Songs5 And What A Story* PAW PAW THEATRE Thursday, March 15, 7:30 p. m. RED CROSS WEEK MWl. JStfc ik'^ »1n. '0*5 KtIP rOUB BSD CaOSJ AT HIS S»OS 11% YEAR LOANS* ' * • " • On a Loan of $ 500.00 1,000.00 1,500.00 2,000.00 2,500.00 3,000.00 3,500.00 4,000.00 "> 4,500.00 5,000.00 Your monthly ' Principal & lnt«f«t foyment is only $ 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 30.00 , 35.00 40.00 45.00 50.00 Li I ui Mf you lo HOME OWNERSHIP. Maki your monthly r«M «« your own homi. If yw own your horn* us. Idfi phn for tri« Miming purposes: - refinonci vour pr«*nt fccm. - repojr - modern/re — new roof - wMth*rjtr.pp/n»- iiMiiiXmi - pointing - »o '>s)oJ/ bolfc « (urnoci - f. hy coflcrele wo/kj — to conscliJatt tftbti. , Whnttrer your ne*d may W, yo« will tmi M rtody ond willin» t» «rrt you. FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK "Tin Sank Witti Ini Town Cloek" • ; : ; Frostburs, Md. • M«mb«r of Fultral Depoiit Iniuranct Corparaiie*

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