Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1948 · Page 19
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Tri-Sta*e ews ;Cb.uvcli Plans \Plumber Not Responsible In I Yule Events | Job Delay, School Head Says Evening Times. Tuesday, December 7, Frostburg Firemen Request jMinstrel Set Added Annual Appropriation 'For Band Fund LONACONINC — The Besinncrs: KEYSER, W. Va.—Haven L. Iclle-i and Primary Departments of First i man. superintendent of Mmernii T • Presbyterian Church will hold a county Schools, said in a suite- J-^I "'Charter Night FROSTBURG—A delegation from the Prostbur? Fire Department appeared before the Mayor and Council liis: night and requested that thv present appropriation of iive cents on each 5100 of city property as-: scssnients earmarked for the depart-, nient be increased to provide suffi-1 cieat funds to defray current costM on an annual basis. ] The department spokesman asked the be given immediate con- ddcralicn -so that in the event the c:ty dou> not increase the appropriation, a bill for an increase in the tax rate may be prepared for ihe Gereral Assembly in January. Pircaitn said that the department, which provides protection to every proper; \ owner in the city, must \\'(!.vaiifl-Ilonver FROSTBURG—The marriage o! Miss Marian 2. Hoover, daughter (i! 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoover, Route 1, Garrcll, Pa., and Charles W. Wayand. son Wf.vand, was solemnized Saturday morning in the Parsonage of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Rev. Harold R. Slcnidl, pastor, performed the ceremony. of Mr. and Mi's.' Oscar Rout-: 1, Somerset, Pa., depend jacli year on money for op-1 eratinr; expenses derived from a I door-to-door solicitation. They added that the .same citi-^ contribute each year, while many (thers who benefit by Uie department by protection and lowered msuraice rates, fail to contribute. A rrotion by Commissioner John nendlry for an ordinanc' sivint; the ci'.y piwer to destroy confiscated slot rr.achTics failed when Commissioner W. Sluss cast a negative Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sinifo. Som- jcrsot, \vc:x- the attendants. Mrs. Weyand was attired in c navy blue ensemble and wore a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Sinso wore a navy b:ue street length dress and a corsafie of white roses PROSTBURG—"Mountain Minstrel," a two-act prod Christmas party in the church basc- inont Tuesday night, December 14. at 7:30. The Adult Choir will present a cantata Sunday, December 26. at 7-30 p m. in the church. asocial will be^d by ment. 'made today in an effort to clarify an article appearing yester duv i'n a Kcyser paper that Arthur sponsiblc for the delay in repairing i.he. hnux' r.nilct at Keyser Elemen- nf the .school lind made a public ap- B.'wells, local plumber, is not re-, ROMNEY/W. Va.—One hundred """ "" U id thirty Lions and Lionesses at- .ended the eighteenth "Charier and Ladies Night" program of the Rom- .iey Lions Club at the American Lc- ;l6n building recently when a turkey boys' toilet wry School. Thc Parent-Teacher Association The show, sponsored by the Frost- jJ'-»»- >'; •; "" burs; Business Association, is bein,",'! u ' '"'„.,., ,, , stated as part of the Benll Bundi B ''"-' r M"' 1 "" staged as part —.. - . Boosters committee's drive to raise 1 Alvin C. Neat Post No. 3280, Vet- funds to equip a JOO-pioce band ntiernns of Foreign Wars, will hold a I.IIL- school. i meeting Thursday at 1:30 p.m. I-Iura II. Payne, member of thc^ Tomorrow night Rudy Sullivan's Bcall H:?h faculty, will be inlerlocii-i Orchestra will play at a dance at tor and end men will include:R:J5. Saturday night "Pi" Harvey Thomas Miller, Joseph Evans, James:and Eclsar Gross wii: entertain. Thompson. William Wareheiinc,! Robert Miller. Darrell Zeller. Grant 1 Kitchens, Richard Grcon and David Bender. Musical seleciions include "Susie," "The Darktown Strutters' Ball," "Nobody," "I'm a Lonely Petunia I:i An Onion Patch." "Old Man River," "Buttons and Bows" and find Mi's. Marshal! Fatkin spent the weekend in Baltimore and Washington. Mrs. William Rankin, East Main Civilization." Specialty numbers will include trumpet selections by Donald Keis- Mr and Mrs. Weyand loft for alter, Mrs. Edna Enfiic playing the wcddins trip to Pittsburgh. Piano, and sinking "Mammy's Little Coul Black Rose," and " My Blue Heaven," and a dance routine by Alma and June Long. is confined to her homo by illness. Mrs. Earl Brabst and children. Jo Ann and Robert, returned to their home in Philadelphia after spending two weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Anderson, Water- cliffc Street. • I.incnian-Osborn I-'rohtburp — Miss Alice Osborn, Greenville, Pa., became the bride of | William Dolder will be featured Shss said he was opposed to dc- itrojin? the devices as no one would prott except the manufacturers of the machines. Slixs pointed out that after o.' cTirnUnt: illegal Kainini: dt-vici-s: arc M-:tl(-(l in court, hi; cOuld not. ( '[., ww r BV k p.w.L; sec wlt-n- the- cily amid help clear,'*' lct?l> * "' * c " iv Gene Lineman, son of Mrs. Marie Greenfield. a!so of that city, in :he paJ-.sor.agv> of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Monday. Rev. Harold R, iStoudt. |.i:i«ior, ulTicial.ud. in the second ac; a.:id Dr. and Mrs. Adam Baer and their three children will proiray a family scene. I!ricl' Mfintion The December incetiiiK of the Women's Guild o: 1 Zinn Evfinc,i;licnl and Rcfonned Church will br; held this cvf.'iiir.!,' at 7:^(1. TJic bowling team of Frostburg Chapter No. 221, Women of the Moose, will meet Friday at 7:<!5 r.t UK: Majestic Alleys pornion of that area in city limits arc settled. Eight lights will be, pbc^d in the horseshoe. while twol will be installed on Washington i , , : was made bj ' Skidmorc that a • M.-.N)r Marshall Thc ,, TOU p a ] SO decided to hold Yulc p;i ,. lv ln lhc c hurch at n ^ lo b( , an ' n0 unced. Members will ifts at the event. Personals ..... Mrs. Emma Warnick is to visit public meeting; will be held Dccom- | relatives in Morgan town, her28 In the City Hall to ascertain! M r . n iid Mrs. Charles Gctson re- opnion regarding future operations i turned to Clearfield, Pa., after visitor tiie community swimming pool. I ing Mr. and Mrs. Russell Llewellyn. The proposed meeting is the out-; Raymond Montgomery, Charleroi, tomb, of considerable complaint, pa js v j s j t j n <r his mother, Airs. b; residents regarding ihe condition i Georgc Montgomery. olthe pool and surrounding grounds.; The city council, before approving . a xrad issue to cover costs of Ira-' pavements, plans to secure public satiment concerning the estimated S3.000 needed to put the pool and '• ; in good condition. John Pittsburgh, is with his par- Warnick. Warnick, several and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffith, Jr., the birth of a .son Sunday announce The manner in which the pool is;i in Potomac Valley Hospital, derated will also be discussed to!Keyser. Mrs. Griffith is the former cccide whether residents prefer to,Agnes Miller. lave the pool operated by the cityi Mr. and Mr.s. Richard Duckworth tt taxpayers'expense or to continue i have moved to the Harrison prop- wrJer the present plan of leasing ! erty en Vine Street. Westernport, It to an individual Bari.on Girl Scout Troop No. 1 A motion was passed to appoint I will hold a meeling in the Scout Jihn E. Kerr a permanent member!Room tomorrow at 6:45 p.m. o the police force. Ken- has been! Mrs. John Kirk and son, David, a a probationary status for 181 returned from Baltimore where they Tenths " spent a couple days. The'council decided to erect signs Mr. and Mrs. David Gowans are r. the west and east ends of the | in Baltimore where Mr. Gowans will ay on Route 40 with the name j enter Johns Hopkins Hospital lov Trostbur?. Md." in large lettering!treatment, , Ed "The Home of Frostburg State Charles Dawson remains seriously: tachers College" beneath in small- ill at his home. i rlctte-s Maude C. Kirk, district deputy;: to left- be the veteran's hospital admitted there. Mrs. Mary a re I A. Wiliison mains ill at the home of daughter, Mrs. T, Frost Avenue. hold Wells repsonsible for the delay, true Wells was told However, it :s las: .summer that he could install ;,'hc" fixtures, but plumbinR jobs in Shrine Group Holds Dinner KEYSER W. Va. — The annual] Christmas parly and turkey dinner I clubs of Mineral county recenJy by for members of the Big Four Ladies County Agent J. E. Prettyman in 4-H Officers Given Training KEYSER, "W. Va.—A training period was held lor officers of 4-H Oriental Shrine Club was held a recent evening at the Upper Potomac Shrine Club. Mrs. Maude Grant, Romney, president of the club, greeted gu-asts and following the dinner secret pals were revealed. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Naomi Wilson. The dining hall was with evergreen and Christinas the Court House. "Good Officers Make Belter Clubs-By the Clock" was the theme of the course. Assisting in the instruction were Mrs. Maxine Strother, Romney, Hampshire county home demonstration agent; Mrs. Maxine Thrush, Mineral county of- y| and Mrs _ prettyman. Mrs Strother instructed the presi- " the members of < t y ces _ Those attending were Mr. and Dawson, DcJores Smith, Kcita R. R. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs Prod Elsey, inlander ol' Hampshire Post No contract with us 10 install the fix-intended by W. Roy Smith, deputy Hires Early lust .summer following I ( |j sc ,,| ct governor, who also intro- I he close of lust year's school term, uu^i international Counsellor and I wen: to Wells and calked to him Ml . s _ Joscpn warrcnfeltz, of Char- Fafjier Fallen Critically III MT. SAVAGE—Rev. Charles Fallon, Order of Mary Immaculate. Ottawa, Out., is reported critically ill In S::. Mary's of the Lake Hospit.:d, Kingston, Out., where In; h.-islnot Have bi.-cn ;i, patient several months. Father Pallor, has visited lurn: a number of times since 102-1 when he and his brother, the late Rev. about the equipment needed for the ivst rooms. A:, that time fixtures reeded to complete the project were not available and Wells said he thought he could get them in 00 ''wells was told to order the fixtures and that he could install them. I had ordered them a year previous to contacting the plumber, but delivery was never made. . -Fixtures finally arrived late m the summer :uid in October Wells 1 ciwie to my office wkh S. T. Mc- ! Gcc pri'icipa'. of the elementary, who asked me to authorize A : the project. referred McGec's questions les Town, and Zone Chairman and Mrs. C. J. Cunningham, of Wardensville. Other guests from Charles Town, Fort -Ashby. Keyser and Mesdames Evelyn Cohen, Elsie Idleman Catherine Wclshonce, Mary Bailey, Viola Dawson, Nellc Smith, Hazel Martin. Kathcrina Brill, Miss Mary Lyiw Idieman. C. E. McDaniel and Ralph Birmingham, of Baltimore. Personals Births announced at the Potomac Valley Hospital follow: Mr. and Mrs. James Ours, Keyser, dauter Sundnv ' Marks, Audrey Wagoner; Upstream- . ers, Peggy Ooates, Keith Suttorj, Joanna Alt, Eloise Williamson; 'Gate DcJores Umstot, Ruth Dawson, Rox- eru Dawson, Clifton Umstot, Franklin Evans; Klover, ' Dolores Ann Stickley, Anne Baker, Lois Stickley. Coleen Cross, Doris Jean Bane, James Oates, Eugene Woodworth: Rise and Shine, Jean Caldwell; Pocahontas. Wanda Martin, Doris Martin, Willouis a. , Martin, Nancy New Creek. ,V:Kirtley; Pol- Ashby, ImogeneHersh- ;„„;,,•, and David Shear, remaining | fith. Barton, a son, Sunday active members of the 1930 group! of 21 charter members. Several vocal selections were offered by the "Beaver 4-H Quartette" ab,;,t ^en tho work would be done i -^- = ,.„ Wells who «|P^ that 1« could: Ma v ^«x re- he r James Fallon, conducted a two- week mission in St. Patrick's Church. His last visit was in 10-tG when he was n fi-uest at the home of Mr, and Mrs. William E. Fan-ell, and the Misses El'.a and Martha Reagan. Holy Day Tomorrow The Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a holy day of obligation, will be celebrated in St. Patrick's Church llic P.xUires installed I I'ori! 1.111; Ch.-lsl.Liir.!, holiday;;. Inns- •yiiich 'is hi; wtis under contriicL to rcpnir tin; Mineral County Court House and such work would not be completed prior to that time. Wells is in no way to blame." Wells substantiated Idieman s .statement today, and added that m workirK for the school board hi! has always handled jobs In the urder I'ctir.csted. He .said: "As ail the.fixtures d;cl nol. arrive here until late summer, a;, which time I was working at other schools in_ the county, I could not hav Grand Master Will Visit Philos Lodge WESTERNPORT — Robert \V. Young, Cumberland, grand master of the Grand Lodge of Maryland, IOOF. will make his official visit tomorrow night to Fhilos Lodge No. 91. A class of candidates will receive the second degree. Barton and Mountain Lake Park lodges have been invited to attend. Personals Pvt. Edsar A. Pox. who spent a seven-day furlough at his home in Luke, has returned to Camp Kilmer, N, J. Pvt. Gene A. Fields relumed to 'Camp Kilmer. N. J.. after spending a seven day furlough with his parents. John Thomas Morris, Addition, is recovering after a two weeks' illness. Mrs. John Morris, Greene's Addition, is recuperating' after a week's Tlcvpllvn ir' 1 tomorrow with masses at 5:30 and Liu.ciijn. B. ([ ^ ^ Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will follow the 8a.m. mass. C. D. of A. to Meet Court Theresa No. 557, Catholic Daughters of America, will meet in the music room of St. Patrick's School tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Auxiliary to Elect The Ladiss Auxiliary of the Mt. Savage Volunteer Fire Company will elect officers tonight at 8 o'clock in the Fire Hall. Personals Jerry Lathcm. Detroit, visited Mr. aiirl Mrs. Paul H. Gai'litz. Mrs. Byrlc Plaskett, Dayton, Ohio. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Holsinger. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson have returned from New York. Pvt. William McDermitt left for Fort Law ton, Seattle, Wash., alter spending a ten-day iurlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeSales McDermitt, and his aunts, Miss Kathleen McDermitt and Miss Loretla McDermitt. Arthur Maley is a patient in Miners' Hospital, Prostburff. Greene's _.e<nou To Hold Ijcanette Wright, deputy of No. 110, j Company ExlinguisllOj land Bessie Wilkes and Jane D* vis | r "• FIiio FiiT« ...ill „!!„.,,I *!,„ -,,,v,nnl hnnminf. nf ! '-''-'11 JC Ol I I 11 i, 1 I I H, J. J I <-? D will attend the annual banquet of Pride of Allcgany, Council No. 110, j rve LOMACONING— T\vo flue fires Daughters^ol^ Amcrkia^ tonight at' Vl , ci . 0 " cxt inguished over the week" ' """" A ' s "~ v —- 1 ""' 1 • Central YMCA, Cumberland. FROSTBURG—Collections for the ; ^ . , >id clothing drive, sponsored byjCcnlnil School iiieulLy rxirrady Post No. 24. American Le-ig , Al Q c ;:on, mil begin tomorrow morning j"' *"• ' v ' vhen the district from Water Street | PROSTBURG — Members of the • 'West End will be covered. i!lcU H y O f Central High School at- Thursday, clothing will be col- rued from Water to Bowery 5tr«ts. Friday Bowery Street to Fire Company. Friday afternoon the 1'iromen were called to the home of John Green, Douglas Avenue, where an overheated stove caused the fire. An overheated stove was also blamed for a fire Saturday aftev- al the home of Sherman tended an open house c!eebratio:i| Crawford, Charleston, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.: jj 0 damage was reported. Kcndrick Y. Hodgson recently. \ —. __ Those attending were Mr. end of the corporation limits: Saturday, Zihlman. Borden Minas. J M ^"£owe'irs'o'wDrs, Miss Lilias Ab- i Corps To Pra<:lice Eckhar:, Clarysvillc and Wright s |bolu Miss Elizabeth Love, and Mrs.! FROSTBURG— The Farrady.Post Crossing. ; Margaret Bell Sloan. Lonaconinf;; |N O . 24, American Legion, Drum and Appeals have been made -or "O-jjo.^]-, Deny, Mcyersdale, Pa.: Miss! Bugle Corps will practice at 7 p. m.. oral donations to this annual Pro- jMary Mec) . nncl ' Miss carmcl Siri-.'l.onight in Bcall Elementary School ject. a public service for Christmas,. ^^ Cumbl . r ! im( i ; Miss Arlencj auditorium in preparation for the Mrs. Christmas parade Monday evening Mrs.! sponsored b y the Business Men's As- "!!?*• . ., 'Pctrv, Salisbury: Mr. and Thc Legion requests that if an> , Fl , ul ' ci! . x C arrin B Lon, Mr. and homes are not contacted during tne , Ed , shuck christilm Carrinrjton.jsocir.tion. urlvc. Legion home should be ca led I Mri ^. v LQU Schuck _ MLss Albcrla | :.r.d contributions will be collected •• ^ M ,, nnd Ml . s _ c ,,,., j During the year. Legionnaires list shl '. ( , v _ Froslbur(!; Miss Rill , HuBhcs|\\\SCS i O >!<'<il Jamihcs where financKil hurdships • Catherine Manley. Mid- HYNDMAN, Pa.-The ex:;.;. The clothing will be dl.stribul-! . - • ._..,... r. ed to needy families in the nreii| lll ' a by members of the Ladies Auxiliary- ! Young People To Hold Candlelight Service PHOSTBUHG — A candlelight service, "The Light of Men", pre- jWcslernporL To .Erect Christinas Tree "WE5TERNPORT — (.^Ti — At a meeting last night of Mayor William C. Rave'nscrolt and the City Council, it was decided to erect a Christmas tree in the yard of Wo:nr.:Vs Society of Christian Service of HyndiTinn Mrlhodist Church meet tonight at 7:30 in the church auditorium. of the First Methodist Church ana|st;"james"Episcopnl Church, Main sponsored by the Women s &OC1(;1 X I street of Christian Service, will be held! Town cmploycs win obt ;iin tilt- Thursday n; 8 p. m. at the church. , trco and t , t in - p i a( . c . Manger gifts will be received in| ch ,. islmas decorations nnd lighu response to an emergency appeal ; arc now bcing . Ktrun g O n Main :o.- ajissionarj- work abroad. i street The lights will be turned Mrs. Walter Finzel, Mrs. Fred; on Saturday. December 18. and will Stollings. Mrs. AJsx Close and Mrs. j rcm£lin on " everv evening Uirough James Elias will have charge of the Now year's night. progTam. This genei'al meeting of I _.__ , . _-^ the W.S.C5. u-ill take the place of! mor.thly Circle meetings. OES To Elect MT. SAVAGE —Rebecca Arnold Chapter No. 57, Order of Eastern Star, will elect officers at n meeting tonight in the Junoir Order HaM. comprised of Barbara Hale, Jane Petry. Margaret Martin and Mary K. Adams. Movies Of tJic Koppers Company picnic were shown by Lion G. E. Noll of the members projector. These siinpshols wi.Tr o: 1 the Lion.s us bablui, boys, nnd young men and were reci-ived with much interest. The meeting was closed by the singing of "God Bless America". Thc committee in charge p£ the was A. To in Muchemer, clisiirinan, G. E. No'.l, Paul Holden, G. Edward Noglc, Will'ord E. MOW- ery and A. C. Holpp. e installed them prior to, the opening of the school term this ' "I am of Ihe opinion thnt the Christmas holidays Is the best time to install the toilets as I do not think it would be wise to undertake the job while school is in session. Both Wells and Idieman said no verbal or written agreement was Farm Bureau Plans Membership Drive KEYSER, W. Va.—The Mineral County Farm Bureau will hold a membership conference at the county agent's office in the Court House" here Thursday at 7:30 p. in., according to J. E, Carskadon, Jr., membership chairman. A goal of 365 members has been set for 1040, Carskadon reported, adding that all committccmen appointed for the drive arc to attend. Girl Kills Deer THOMAS, W. Va. — Miss Carole Donnely, McCoolc; Walter P.Camp- bell, Mt. Lake Park; Robert M. Bricn, Paul Clianey. Dorothy TwigS- Aj-icnc O'Brien, Virginia Biser, and Mrs. John Bane, Mrs. Sallie B. Whetzel, Mrs. George Sienl and Homer May. MiV. Emilv Jane Bines, and Grovcr %>** Hu.ilcr Finds C. Sutherland, all of Keyser. Way I'rom I'OrCst Rev and Mrs. Robert Bridgers, ML-K E M Bovcl and Mrs. Evers DAVIS. W. Va.—Homer Richards, Umstot' nil of'Koy.ser, nre homo of Davis, who faili:d to meet other from York Ml Wolf and Dallas- i members of his him ting party Snt- t,™, p. ' in-day afternoon, after getting lost, ' 'J | found his way from the forest Sun- r-i- i-» K"'» I,«n 'day morning.' tire Daiiiages Kitclicii Members of the Davis Volunteer Of Home In Morgan BERKELEY SPRINGS. W. Va.- Fire recently dnmiigccl the kitchen In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Widuiyer Route 3. to tlie extent of . Man Involved ^^^^^i^from the Marla Accident At Keyset' ing up of nn oil stove burner, and occurred when the Widmyers were XEVSER. W. Va.—Following nn[ ilbsont , f~ OKl their home. Discovcr- Fire Department, headed by Chle' Bclmont S. Cleaver, searched from accidcnt here early yesterday'morn- ing, Walter M. Hallowny, Route 1, Ridgeley, was charged with reckless driving. Investigating authorities report Halloway, driving 2. 1938 co-ape and traveling north oh Mineral Street, crashed into the 1941 machine of Francis S. Garllck, Route 1, iley- scr, who was turning south on Mineral Street from Armstrong Street. ing it when they r returned, they extinguished it wi thotit outside help. 3 P. m, Saturday until 3 a. Richards explained, he knew a searching party was looking for him, but he had exhausted all of his ammunition and could not attract attention. A small bonfire he built was not noticed. He said he was completely lost snd remained in O'.'.e place In the woods, until daybreak. I Damage to Garlick's car was! estimated at S225 by the officers. I and damage to Halloway's vehicle at! $30. r,de at to the time the work was to be done, it apparently being ii-rceable to handle the project either during the summer vaca"'~" or the Christmas holidays. Po-wer Company Croup Plans Yule Celebration I ; ROMNEY. W. Va. — Plans arejMiuc Clerk Accepts being marie for the annual Christ- lp 0; ,] L { on J n TenUCSSCC I mas party oC-the Employees' Asso-|*- "^ [ elation of Valley District of thc[ KEMPTON, AV. Va.—Mine clerk I Potomac Light and Power Company,, j- or tllc jjavis Coal and Coke Com- • r.ccording to J. R-usse'.l ' chairman. , — 0 — . dinner and progTam will bo held Lion wltn ^ . ^ at th"d New Century"Hotcl on Friday, December 17, at 6:30 p.m. The committee in charge of the arrangements include G. Edward Noglc. i . No.llj Shawen,i ]}ail y j )crCi uennctli Jackson has; j resigned to accept a similar posi- the Simpson Collieries Company. Lake City. Tcnn. A native of Pennsboro, W, Va., Jackson' has been here two and a If years. He will leave Saturday, chairman, E. ,7. Wolford. G. &. No.l| Mrs _ j ac k SO n, her husband's assist- Buford Saville,Betty D'Aiuto. Robert, ant j, cre w ;jj rer ,^;ii n v-ith the Davis Hott, Isabella Miller, Richard Jack-1 firnl _ Charles A. Kirk, Charles son, George, Frank McDonald, Joan Powell ar.d Martha. Jane Long. Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D jn ..-.. m-.,^,,,^ c nnvman. killed a deer,Grace Bissett, Mrs. Lidlan Wilson, CD O.f A To Sponsor Christmas Celcbraliou PIEDMONT, W. Va—Court Sane- fa Marie. Catholic Daughters of America, will hold a Christmas; party i:i the Knights of Columbus Home here tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Members will exchange gifts not; costing over X cents. Thc commit- . cce on arrangements is headed by: Mrs -\nr.a Davis, and is comprised; of Mrs. Madge Carey. Mrs. Teresa • Dimassi, Mrs. Ethel Wiseman, Mrs.; veie'liin"' 140 pounds at Pendleton \ Mrs. Elizabeth Stakem, Mrs. Rosetta Rtm Last year Miss Coleman shotiAmana. Mrs. Agnes T. Shaffer, ar.d buck thft weighed 2-40 pounds. : Mrs. Catherine Icabacci. Mrs. Mildred Laughlin will be in | cl-.iirfi'e of a musical program. ATTENTION Members of Lodics' Auxiliary of John R. Foirgrierc Posf Veterans of Foreign Wars You arc requested to attend a meeting at V.F.W. Home Frostburg Wednesday at 8 P. M. ELCINS An Elgin in Uw gift of I Only watch with the Dura- Power Mainspring.* Eliminate* 99% of «'»tcl>. repairs doe to slccl mainspring lail- uw. Sre our new models now. PoMnl pending * Also HAMILTON BULOVA and OUR OWN HOSKEN Spe«ial WaHriet Never Before In Our 31 Yw« i" Business hovt wt hod luck a ttock of Pint Time Pieces 01 « ere showinj this CHRISTMAS. DON'T FAIL to See Our Complete Auortminr of WATCHES For Boys and Girll Priced from ?5.55 to $17.50 G. KEAR HOSKEN Your Jeweler Frortburg Fciod AI DJ imcr PAW PAW. W. Va.—Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Manning were honored at a surprise dinner party on their thirty-second wedding anniversary recently. Cun'I I'JU'ly Cancelled LUKE—Tin: Parent-Teacher Association of Luke School will sponsor a rnibliv card party at a p. m. in the school. Setback and 500 will be CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS Stores of LonuconinK will remain open every night beginning Saturday. Dec. 18th, continuing unti'. Friday, Dec, 24th. Stores will remain open all clay Wednesdays until Christmas. Lonnconing Business MCJIS Assn. Adv.—N-T-Dcc. 7-10 Parly Planned FROSTBURG—Froslburg Chapter No. 221, Women of the Moose, will, meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m.. in the ; Moose Home for a Christmas party : and excaan;e of jinple gifts. R?- ' Ireshments will be served at the j close of the business session by Ra- '. I .chc! Muir. Moosehiiven chairman, and her committee. For Sale —• 3940 Dodge sedan.: good condition. Phone 706-M after 5:30 P. M. Advertisement—N-T-Dec. 7-8 GENERAL REPAIRS On All Make Automobiles Expert Body and Fender Repair Work ST. CLOUD MOTOR CO. Kroslbui-K, Phone -1-11 IT OPENED WITH A BANG! TUES. - WED. MAT. - NITE Starring Tyrone I TUESDAY L MTU ONLY Double feature "Arthur Takes Over" "Arkansas Swing" Stcrnng L9:i ' Richcid Cr Hnosicr Ho'sholi There's <i rcul ihrill to isking and stc'in^ Chriiimiis piciures in iull- cnlor tninsparcncit;, 1 ;. 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