Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1948 · Page 25
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KEYSER And West Virginia TVews Evening Times, Thursday, December 9, 19-18 Official Tells Of BAR Work • I, SCHEDULED—Services for Pvt. Walter I. Nacdcle, 23. .son of Gustavous B. and Helen iDePrlest' Nacdcle. 59 Orchard Street, Kcyse , will be held nt the home of hi.s parents Sunday at 2 p. in. Interment will be in Lahmar.svillc, W. Va.. Cemetery. Pvt. Nficdcle was killed in the Ardennes campaign January 8. 1045. w'nlic serving with the Signal Corps. Hardy County's . KEYSER, W. Va. — "Aims and Policies of the National Society DauRhicrs of American Revolution.' •wa.s the topic of an address by Mi's James B. Pmton. Columbus, Ohio national vice president general o' the D_A.H., nt the monthly meeting or .the Potomac Valley Chapter, Mils vcpk at'the home o' Miss Paulina Gclwlcks; 80 South Main Street. Mrs. Patlon briefly reviewed thi work of the croups sponsored by the D.A.R., Junior American Citizens, Girl Homemakers. the Good Citizenship Pilgrimage, the C.A.R., education, historical memorials, care foi the disabled veterans at Ellis and Staten Islands, efforts to repay the Indians for their contribution to the nation: preparedness and defense both military and civilian, and combating the present danger of Communism. FollowinR MM. ration's address Mrs. Frank Poland. Piedmont, ac- eumpnrUcd by Mrs. James G. Wright at the piano, sms two Christmas RClcctirns, "The Infant Jesus" and ",Ni;;lu Divine." A short biography o;' .Frederick • Handel, the famous composer, given by Mrs. Wright, told how he came to write his most loved composition, "The Messiah." The playing; of a recording: from •The Messiah" concluded the pro- Greetings from the Shenandoah | Oldest KeSldeilL Valley Chapter, N. S.. D.A.R.. were!..-.. > •*. , , eivcn by Mrs. A. Bruce Eagle, of !///,<?£ At, lW(.lUlW.S MartinsburE, past regent of the; Shenandoah chapter. Greetings; were also given by Mrs. Robert vices ere ho]d Gamble, recent of the Daniel Taylor Chapter, Moorefield. Also present and speaking to the group Averc Mrs, Mary Kirk, regent of the South Branch Valley Chapter, Romncy, and Mrs. Georgia L. Gibson, a member of the Monongahcla Valley Chapter, Washington county. Pa. The program opened with . the croup singing. "O Come All Ye FaitMul,", and. the welcome by Mrs. W. S. Caldwell, regent of the local chapter, -who introduced Mrs. Patton, Lighted red tapers and. evergreens were used in decorations in keeping •with the Christmas motif. The dining table, at which Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs. Eltin D. Gouriey, vice regent, presided, was decorated with red candles 'and 'a centerpiece of red roses and fern. • ! daughter. He was a member of the Assisting Miss Gelwick as hostess j Ma thias Brethren Church. •were Mesdames James G. Wright.: jjr Jenkins is survived by seven Barry M. Wells, Alyce P. Perry, G.i cn ildren: Mrs. Florence Wheuel and A. Carskadpn and J, W. Ervin. The j Mrs. Mary F. Whclzcl, Mau.i&s; committee in charge of the arrange-j Mrs. SyvaJia Jenkins and George ments was Mrs. J. C. Sanders. Mrs. I Jenkins'. Edir.burp. Va.: Mrs. Eliza- James G. Wright.. Mrs. Eltin D.lbeth Delawder, Macanie, Va.; Mrs. Gouriey. Miss Pauline Gelwicks and ' Clara Spitzer, Washington, ana Miss Lilly.B.. Wagoner. . IG. C. Jenkins, Maurctown, Va.: 46 Guests--from other chapters Of i grandchildren. 88 crcat-gra.idchil- the D.A.R. were Mrs. Nina Thrush.jdrrn and nine prent-prcnt-glw.U- Burlincton; Miss Helen Leatherman. | children. Moorefield; Mrs. Lulu Dasher, 1 Moorcflcld, and Mrs. William Lcguis.'^^],.,,,,,, [Yrsidi'iil Members.of the local chapter pres- To Aclfh'CSS Jirliicalors ent included. Mrs. Elliott Ncfflcn, Barton, Md.;'Misses Myrtle Black- /~il^ • np /~i • IJioirs loirivc Yule Pro gram JCEYSER, W. Va.—The aiunut community Christmas program of! the combined choirs of Kcv;-f.-:' «i:!| '}<. jiescnlcd Sunday even i IT; in i.ln.'| Kevser High School nudiioriiim.l AV..- . 0- fo. The proni'am, always a ol' the Yule season, will be und'.'r the direction of Mrs. Enn-.-". E. Church, Leonard G. Withers and I Carl Peterson, with Mrs. Pan" Day- ' ton and Miss Frances Sani'.lO, ac- : conipaiiisi.s. buerii; new features h;iv,: lx"..-u : icaed I'or this year. One is a boys' choir of 28 pupils from the Fourth and Fifth grades of Hie local clo: mcntary school. Another miiovn-: l.ifJIl will bC LhC PolOIIlM StlltK; School band under lhe rlirectio:i; of Carl Peterson. The band v.iil feature a brass quartet, compound of two trumpets and two l:'ombnnc.-:, : i ic. will play th.e offei'tory. ! As usual, Lhe Potomac Stat2 Sins- crs will augment the combined chons. Under the direction of; Leonard G. Withers, head of 1hc! music department of the school, thu'j Singers will present a group ol numbers find join the choirs in the Hallelujah Chorus. The church choirs consist of about CO person.". Soloists Mrs. Cindy's Gnl- bralth, Mrs. Carlylc Katifrmap., William Loy, Mrs. Walter Cole. Mrs. Carl Lndwick, Rev. Rober.. Brid- gcrs and Mrs. George Wilson. Also takir.s: part in the propram \vill be Rev. L. A. Slecle, pastor ol the First Methodist Church: Rev. John C. B. Mclaughlin, pastor of Kcyscr Presbyterian Church, and Rev. H. S. Mycrly, pastor Of Xleth IFim Damages Car MICRO IIEBURIKI.) — Rcbnriai .services for Pfc. E-ston Gerald Miller, i.ibovcj, son of Guy E. and .Myrtle ' Lyons i Miller. Route 1, Kcyscr. who was killed July 12, 1944, in Italy, were held today in Fountain United Erot'hren Church. The services were conducted by Rev. Lo\vcll R. Rogers, Burlington, and interment wa.s in Meadow Point Cemetery. Mili'ary .services wen 1 in charge of Boyce-Houscr Post Mo. 31. American I..cgion n.nd Nancy Hanks Post. Veterans nt Foreixn Wars, Kcyscr. Awarded a unit citation and lhe Purple Heart. Pfc. Mil'.cr was killed in T.'ipintr out a German machine gun nest. county's oldest resident. E. Jehu Jenkins. M'ho died Sunday at the age of ICO al the home of hit daughter, Mrs. B. F-. Whe'.'/.rl. The rites Were held in "w Mn- thias Church of the Brethren with Rev. Guy Ludwig officiating, assisted by Rev. F. P. Look. Interment was in Mathias Cemetery. Mr. Jenkins was born Civil War days. He liked fishinc; and hunting and was active until he broke his hip several years ago. He often walked the three miles from Moorefield to Mathias to visit friends. A sou of the late Wallace and Virginia Jenkins, he was a milier for 50 years, retiring about 20 years ago to make his home with Personals Robert E. Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rice, Kcyscr. whn is employed in Washington, has entered Johns Hopkins Hospital for medical treatment. His address i.s Thaycr-2, Johns Hopkins Hospital, North Broadway, Baltimore. Weslcrnporf, announce the birth of a daughter Tuesday morning- Potomac Valley Hospital. Recent admissions to Potomac Valley Hospital include Mrs. Lilly Compton. Mrs. Hazel Wyatt. and Mrs. Mary Brolcmarklc, Keyser: Mrs. Theresa Patterson. Piedmont: Emma Lou Boal. Barton; Furlic F. Ault, Ridgclcy; Miss Jane Lou Mecl, Bayard, and Mrs. Baer. Gormai-.ia. Company | To Make More Improvements CHARLESTON, W. Va.-i/Pi~-Ad- diUonal expenditures of $293.3C3 for line nnd other improvement were approved today by the Board o Directors of the Chesapeake anc ...^Potomac, Telephone Company of ""(West Virginia. Aniplifier La\v To Be Revised KEYSER. W. Va.—The proposed city ordinance regulating the use ol radio amplifiers will be revised nt the r.cxt meeting December 21 of; the Mayor and 'Council when:-\y :m]( , j> vlll , Honored amendments will be given first read-, ' * Official said lhe F.gure bronghl to 312,400.000 lhe total au'.horizcc for improvements year. Since V-J day in 1945. Hie linn has expended, more than $26.000.000 foi buildings, general office cciuipnTcn wire, cable and other projects it was announced. Today's authorizations included: i S157.500 for cable relief and oilier ; work nt the ncv/ dial office building;in Maj'tinsburg 1 , involving the plac- iiiig oi 17 miles of aerial and underground cablo. 32 miles oi aerial wire, land related apparatus. I $3.000 I'or additional lone 1 distance 'circuits between Martmsbin-g and i Winchester, Va. ing. Preliminary details of !0.ii Twelfth Binluhty poscc! ordinance on pro- unnecessary, noise disturbances of :1 , commerdal bum. Daisy Lowry,- May Davis, IFranccs Darfs, all of Kcyscr; Mary Mason. Elk Garden: Rebckah John«on, Piedmont; Mesdames T. V. O'Connor, Lyle Wilson, Walter A. Jaworek, V. E. Rankln. Jamcs F. Richards, J. T. Little, Mrs. R. L. KEYSER, W. Va. — 'Dr. George Dennison, J.:'H. A. Brown, Lcliaj 0 ^ 1 , 011 ' *, nd Wendell, Dana G. Lough, A. A. Hand, president of Fairmont State .Teachers' College, will speak at a meeting of the Mineral County Education Association at the Kcyscr High School auditorium. Monday evening, December 13, at 7 o'clock. His topic will be "Economics, Edu- PAW . lv - Va.- Wayne Ryan mm """oreci on his twelfth birthday and noncommercial basis wore (;n v,|recer. L .y by his parents, Ml. and MKS. crcd at Tuesday afternoon's council * ;llai 'd -Ryan. meeting. ! Tliose prcscn!. were Wanda. Crab- Thc acl.:on resulted after R. A,, tree. Don:ia Crabtrrr. Glenn Cr:-b- Pullinm, who operates a nuveliy l-ree. William Flat'. Dnnalrl Plati. I'omimr.y at m Norlh Wain Sl.i'nfi,,! John Plait. Jerry Plait, Nancy rialt. il.olcl the council the nmpli.'cr at his! Janet Plati. 'store is more of a public .service! Freda Carole Mueller. Jn'iuc.s than a "nuisance" .since it is used 1 Mueller, Louise Miller. Lawrence to broadcast news, athletic contests j Miller, James Miller. Curtis Faith, and other events. Lev! Faith, Shirley Jamison. Norma Jordan. J. H. Dean, George B. Fos- Mrs. Nan Davis, president of the Classroom Teachers' Association, ik on "A Test of Unity." Pulliam's attorneys. H. G. Shores nnd Lester Reynolds, said they would prefer rOB'Jlation but. Jiot prohibition o. r the use of KOimd amplification in Kcyscr. The proposed ordinance on noise. disturbances was one of two pro-!-' pared by City Attorney James'H. Swadley on November 16. As first proposed the measure • Jean. Robertson. Paul Malcolm, Robert Brown. Douglas Ryan Errnn. .Jean Ryan. For Sale — Ladies Greon Gabardine Coat Junior Size M. Phone jurg J27-R. I Adv.—N-T-Dcc. D S HVlK^wmh^ET'K-B.irses. pr ci'l d^T'of 'vouW have prohibited -unnecessary; B 'Bo°^^ Haze^^ Ke Her ami M - C - E - A - ^"Preside at the lnce ,.Und. disturbing roises." includi,,^ «ej.ioics, nazei KCUCI, anci ^ Devotioa , w]:l bc in cnfl ,. gc of | playmc. using and opcnil.n-.K- .sound Geore Lov Haze Ke Her all of Kcvser 'j an. Elk- Garden; KathrvnBar ««'. L. . rick.KIUmiller.Md.: Kathryn Kuhn.l AIelh ° dlsl chu: ' ch Moorefield: Frank Poland, Piedmont, 1 .,. „, . ,„. and Mrs. Marion Workman, Kcyscr, ! ' kl >' ' <> "<- Oivci * cue^' _ JAl PTA Mecling Stcclc, pastor of First nmpl.f.ers on the publ.c . Slicai: Heads Shrine ). Punch Heads K. of P. Lodce PIEDMONT. W. Va.—Tile Eocem- KEYSER, W. Va.—Jacob Shear, was renamed president of the Up: per Potomac Shrine Club at the nn- ber meeting; of the Piedmont School i n-jal election of officers at the club . Parent-Teacher Association will be i Tuesday nisht. Other officers chosen 'held tonight at the Piedmont High; are Carl Peters, vice president, rc- PIEDMONT. W. Vfi.—Quintcn D. | School. : elected: Harry Grubb, secretary-. PaU£h was elected chancellor com-i The program will include a one: treasurer, and Frank Crockett, Dr. i mander of Lafayette Loclsre No. 3.:act play, "Uncle Mel's Merry Christ-i E. A. Courricr and Harry Roecrs Kniehts of Pythias, a recent'night succeeding Henry E. "\Vilt. Other officers are John E. Grin- tile, vice chancellor: Henry E. Wilt, master of tvork: Waller G. Barnard, prelate; Charles Richards, masLer- nl-arms; Joseph euard; Kenneth L. Love, Murpby, outer mas,' 1 by tlw pupils of the Seventh i'ind C. E. Williams, Mooreficld,; Grade. Tliose pariicipatinp will be! trustees. 42c sq. ft. 20c sq. ft Sleeman Bros. Inc. Phone I'mstliiirs .'ilK Mariin Hawkins, Sylvia Lynn Bess, ;=^ Frankie Lupi.s, Kcmpcr Cllne. Lou- ' isc Amtower. Joyce 7-lartman and Dclorc,s Morrison. Carol Ann Mi:Connell will .serve ns sl.nsc ninnriicr and Mary Lou Hood ns prompter. Christmas music will be played guard: J. William Beck, trustee for three years, and Ormal Hoover to by the hiRh school orchestra. serve the uncxpfrcd term of F. W.' Stanley as trustee. The new officers Trill be installed Monday January 3. j The rank- of page -was conferred upon three candidates and the rank of esquire will be given a class Monday night. . TV • Bible Class To Hold ChrLslmab Celebration, PIEDMONT^ W. Va.—The Susannah Wesley'.Bible Slass of Trinity Methodist- -'.Church -mil hold a Christmas,..parly-:n the recreation hall or the cn-wcn. tomorrow even- in? at 7:30;. The president, Mrs. Ora Brinkman, and iTVflss.'Aima Burnsworth will have. charge of tho program. There will be an exchange of gifts. Kcyscr Man Fi.iioil .$2$ KEYSER, W. Va.—John Haincs. 25, of Kcyscr, was fined $25 nl, ii recent hearing before Ciiy Judge : A. A. Jordan on a charge or re-; sisting an officer. City Police said the man was j booked after lie resisted officers' 1 who attempted :o arrest him fori bcins in a drunken condition. I If You Arc Not In The Market To Buy A New Suit LET US MAKE YOUR OLD SUIT NEW Have Your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed at Elias Tailor and Cleaners 10 West Main Street Frostfaurg Tru Val Shirts In Christmas Boxes S2.95 to $3.95 Tru Val Pajamas S3.95- 51 Gauge Nylon Hose SI.39 We gin S. & H, Green Stomps John B, Shannon Co, Frostburp ti[S^i£ r rtiC : 'C'. Tji-ui^/i^'.i Exclusive CHRISTMAS LIGHTING DECORATIONS! 8 Light Series Indoor Set $1.80 7 Light Multiple Indoor Set S3 7 Light Outdoor Type Set 53.60 9 Light Bubble Lite Set 54.00 Tree Top Sfar 51.25 Window Wreorhs .... 95c up 3 Bell Cluster $3.00 Crepe Paper 10c pkg. FRIENDS Order'Your Cut Flowers for the holi- doyj Now. Beautiful Corsages, Potted Plants, and Table Bouquets. We give you prompt and considerate service on Funeral Pieces. Musical Instruments for Xmas, Hohncr Accordions, Harmonicas, Harps and oil types ot instruments. Easy payments.. Pre- Christmas sale on all Gift Items. Ernestine VV/(l/'a 0, & D. Novelty Shoppe M Broadway.. Fmslburp ' rh'oric 641 or 591-J Bubble Light Globes . . 32c eo. 0 Outdoor Type Globe . . 15c ca. CHRISTMAS TREE STANDS A sturdy metal holder. PiU any tree, holds tree upright and firm. Stand is large cr.ough to hold several quarts of water. Plat bottom, no chance of. tipping. Attractively finished in red and green enamel. I I Phones 158-159 fr>^»@Sir£»^^^^^ i (Jim.-I iiiiis (id ('lini I fin i I PIEDMONT. W. Vn.—Thc Kappa ! Delta Bible cliiss held a class ir.ect- IMK ;ind Chnsini:i.s party hi lhe recreation room of Trinity MclliO- clisi, Church recently. The program anno'jncetl iincl i iirnmx-cd by Mrs. Viola Dawson included: Rcadii-.B, Mrs. E. J. Robci'l.s: vocal solo. Mi's. Wilbur Wii^oncr: vocal solo. Miss Carrie G:im\ ut Tlioniiis, W. V'n.: bible fiuix. Mrs. O. !Clarence Mitchell; vocal solo, Vic'.or Knlbacp'h. Jr., and vocal duct by Miss Pr.nlinc WhiLcitian and Vicioi 1 Kiiltauyh. Jr. Gills v.Tl'o disti'lljlitC'd by Sailia !asfilsli:d by Mrs. Violn Dawsou ;,nd 'Mrs. Mai-.v Will., Tlili-ly-four uu'in- lier.s and six visitors ntU'nclcr!. The I'ocjiu \va.s dccornled \vli.h a Christ- mn.s treo. rtcrrt'shniciHs were- served. trailer 1'ulks. :m inv iiali'.;i lo si blowout menus you're invltoci in helr> fix a tire-. KIl'YSER. \V. Vii.—The 30315 sc- I'aii owned by Charles F, Biscr. j54 Virginia. Avenue. v.-as badly i damaged by five rcccnily. Eisci' discovered \i abla/.e \viii:',i h-; .'.VPiit to ECt i:. to drive tn work. The body was badly damaged. AllllUllllCC iMllif'lllKMlI.* Oi. Vcleran and Kccrnil. KEYSER. W. Va.—Minor B. Morris. Ell; Garden, a veteran of three years service in ilic USAF. has re- cn listed tor I hire years with the rank of sri'^cani, and Is cnrouLc lo Lanulcy Fioid, Va,, loi' assifininfnt. Oliver W. Hondcrshcldl.. New Crwk. eiilisl-cd for throe ycjii's in Lhe RcKi'lur Army. Recruit Moudcrslicldt is In Fon: Knox. Ky., tor pi'oucssinu and ii.ssipnincnt. I3ol i 1 . niillstmcnts WCTC announced by Stii.. Virpll p. Burns. lo<;al Army Spor!.«incu To Elect ]V7alfcr JTallnvay Involved PIEDMONT. W. V.-i. — Piedmont ii ii Second Motor Ulifliap Giiinc and Fish Coiuon'ntior. Club.; Inc.. will elect officers tomorrow at! KEYSER. W, V.i.-W.-iltcr M. 1:'M p. m. a': the Tri-Towns Fire | KallOWo, Route 1. Ridselcy. w;is Company hall. Moving pictures on-involved in his second motor vehicle wild lire w:ll be shown nnd re-; accident in two days when his car treshincnls served. '-.swerved into a. telephone pole TUC.S- j day nbout four miles south or IVosrriilor IV:im<;s Keyser. ,-, ,. r . , . : Sl.nte Trouper W, F. Bowlcy, who UllK'C AsMSlanl I investigated, said Hnlloway wj:, KliVSiiR. w. Va.Dojiald C. Hotl;,!driving on New Creek Drive when who will t:il:c office .soon as prose-|.i tic rod fell off the car and caused cm ins attorney of Mineral Couniy. i the cru- to .swerve off the road and In:? appointed Mrs. Adrian Clnrlv...strike the pole. The pole was bro- Picdmont. us his secretary. Mrs.'ken mid wires .strewn on the Chrl: i.s the present dcpuly .sheriff'Rround. Bowlcy said no charges were 01 Mineral County. ! preferred and estimated damages Fnini; A, Holt-.' who will bcRiirio lhe ear nt about $100. another term as Mineral county as- I Halloxvay will appear before Po- .H'f-sor. will keep Robert E. Dye as'lice Judxc A. A. .Jordan tomorrow hi.s office assistant. ! on a drivlnpt charge rc- HIs field deputies will be ,]. C. Ale- >, suiting from an accident in Kcj>cr Dowcil. Cabin Run nnd Wclion DIs-' on Monday when Halloway's car l.ric'is: W. H. Kil/.miller. Elk and wa.s involved in a crash with :ui Piedmont: J. w. Vanincter. Frank- [automobile owned by Francis Gar- forl.. and G. E. Smith. New Creek.Mick. From Frostburg's 'largest and finest home appliance department. Our complete electrical appliance department is located in the basement of the store, and features such famous names as Kelvinator, Philco, Thor, Bendix, Youngstown Kitchens, Eureka Cleaners and Estate Ranges. BENDIX WASHERS I'll t ; rely n'.tni'.iiilir. IV.IMH..R. Your :„,-,], 5^(4^.95 ncvrr touch Viiier. n»«* "\Vii>lic i .'5, rinses, diuiip dries. BENDIX DRYER Dry:* the c 1 o L h f .-, hone tlry by rlrc- [ ri city. Crr.h'lfuij.'il S 229 .50 BENDIX IRONER Yniir cniirr i\- ,\ s \\ iroiirr! on I 111:; clrc- inc IrnniT, t r o in shh'l.i Co fthp^ls. EUREKA CLEANERS .50 Eureka rio^.s it. .50 KELVINATORS R:VPS you dr rcfrlRcrntion cos 1 .. KELVINATOR Moor Icnsth door. ;uid r r r r Is 1 *"* t,cd irom top to bottom. 15.5 MltlHfQ JCCL 0,' .thrive:;. KELVIKATORS ! 219 .95 ! 299 T ]-. e Moj.*t cdd MI.*-, son A 95 i-onipnriiiic'n!. so Ib. tro::en loorf cheat. ! 399 CORDLESS IRON No dlMl^hllK COi'fi. no firo iifly.nrd. t:o cli-c- tnc uiirrnn in HIP- $•« A,95 iron, SiUTi lime ;i-itl 19 REFRIGERATORS MKa you th» utmost, in confcn- , SOAfl-50 lencft fuid niodfrn '209 ELECTRIC RANGES Kclviiixtor as usual :s out ;D 'ron: -sviUi xll the rcvcit fc*t- 5OO A*95 Hires. Time clocli cookinR control. '239 GAS RANGES ^nuriillnc "PT Esta*.' ranpw. pupinccred 10 $*|"7O-95 brine you new freedom from work. 179 KITCHENAIDERS town 5-1 inch sink in ^ 1 r R m t n ~ while nniinlr]. A KrcilL value jn smk.s. 159 .95 WISHERS Duchcflfl offers un- surpissrd v*lue *.ntl leaturcs Jn A convenuoDn: washer. MIXERS The Trell-^nomi Dor- meycr mixer with attachments fir many kitchen tasks. 119" S 37 '.50 ELECTRIC IRONS Th* Procior X r v a LJ;t prevents burnt tavern A touch at $ the flDRer Tcletae? ths reii. ELECTRIC IRONS Spcrl! names in dcp^ndflblr IpiiE JAAiin? Irons. 4 .95 FOR YEAR ROUND COLUMBIA CAPITOL VICTOR DECCA RECORDS 75 .c up ALBUMS $1.75 up Many Special Christmas Recordings UNBREAKABLE CHILDREN'S RECORDS . 25c PIIILCO RADIO lor ClIHISTMAS Table Models The Philco name on c 'able model radio is your guarantee of quality. Many styles to choose from in plastic and svood cabinets. Radio-Phonographs All Philco radio-phonographs have Hie Super Silent Reproducer. Most styles are equipped to play the new 45 minute long ploying records. F. M. Radios For static and noise free' reception you must have one of the new Philco FM radios. Table and console models.

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