Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 13, 1948 · Page 10
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FROSTBIJRG- And Tri-Siaie Area .News Evening Times, Monday, ^December 13, 1948 Body Of Area's Only Medal Of Honor Winner Due Home " Kelley Services Slated Sunday KEYSER, W. Va.—The -body o; 3-Sgt. J. Edward Kelley, son of Mr and Mrs. J, N. Kelley, of 15 Sharp- 'less Street, and the district's only congressional Medal of Honor winner, Trill arrive here Wednesday night at 9:57 and be taken to the , home ol his parents. Reburial --services will be hel< Saturday at 2 p, m. at Grace Methodist Church with Rev. E. S.. Myerly, pastor, and Rev. Charles Albright. Steubenville, Ohio, former chaplain of • the 7Bth Division, 'in charge.- ' , • Services will be conducted at the Kelley home Friday night at - o'clock by members of Mountain Chapter No. 166,. Military Order of ••the Purple Heart, Cumberland Military honors at the grave will be •Conducted by Nancy Hanks Post No. V^3518, Veterans ol Foreign Wars, *. Keyser.- . i^~ Sgt. Kelley, was killed in Kester- *iilch, Germany, January 31, , 1945, •while in charge of the leading squad 'of Company E, 78th Lightning Division, 311th Infantry Regiment. The squad, under his leadership, heroically 'spearheaded the - attack in lurious' house-to-house fighting on January 30, and 31, Early on January 30 he led his men through ,— intense mortar and small arms lire ,:'in repeated, assaults on barricaded houses. i ...." Although twice wounded, once --•when struck in the 'back, the sec:;! >nd time' when a fragment passed through his- left hand :"-'and' rendered it practically useless, . 'ht refused to withdraw, and .con- ..llltinued to lead his squad after first aid had been applied. ' His serious wounds forced him to fire his rifle with one hand, resting it on rubble 'or over' his .left forearm. To blast his way forward with hand grenades, he set aside his rifle to pull the pins with his teeth while grasping the missiles 'in :his good hand. ' " • .• . Despite these physical handicaps, h« created tremendous havoc in the enemy ranks. He rushed orw house, killing.. three of the enemy and clearing the way for Ills squad to advance. On approaching the next house, he .was fired upon from an upstairs window. He ' killed the sniper with a single shot and similarly accounted for another enemy sold'ier who ran' from the cellar of , , .the house. • As darkness came, he assigned his -_„__, men to defensive positions, never *•—leaving th«m to-seek medical -a,t- ,',' , tention. At dawn the next day, the -• '»quad resumed the attack, advanc- t. " ing to a point where heavy auto'- matic and small, arms fire stalled " them, respite his wounds, Sergeant Kelley moved out alone, located an ~ enemy gunner dug in under a hay^stack and killed him ••with rifle -fire. "v rBe returned to his men and found * that's German machine gun, firing » xtfrom a well-protect-ed position in a £ I "^neighboring house still held up the « v advance. Ordering the-squad to re;; main in comparatively safe position, u. he valiantly, dashed into the open ~l and attacked the position '•> handedly through a hail of bullets. j He Was hie several times and fell to his knees within 25 yards of his £ objective; but he summoned his n waning strength and emptied his " rifle into the' machine gun. nest, ~ a silencing the weapon before he died. " The superb courage, aggressive« ness and utter disregard for his own " safety displayed by Sgt. Kelley in«• spired, the men he led and. enabled v them to penetrate the last line of * defense by the enemy in ^he vil- " lage of Kesternich.' » The Congressional 'Medal of « Honor, the Army's highest honor, was.presented posthumously to Sgt. £ Kelley's father, J. N. Kelley, in one » of the most impressive ceremonies 2 In the Ann}-. The presentation was « made at Fort Hayes, Columbus, ~ Ohio, September 5. 1945. Sgt..Kelley was inducted at Fort Z. Hayes March 8, 1943. After receiv- •" tag his basic training at Camp But£ ner. N. C., he was transferred to Camp Pickctt. Va. in October,-1944, ^ und embarked overseas with his " division October 14, landing in Eng" land October 25. " A graduate of Keyser High School, '," class of 1941, Sgt. Kelley was a member of the Keyser High football '• teams and also played on Potomac ~ State School's football teams while !T. * student there. At the time of his Induction, Sgt. Kelley was employed '.i »t the American Grocery Store here. He was an active member of C Grace Methodist Church where he " was president of the Youth Fellow£ ship. He was a member of the choir /* and active in Sunday School work. ™ - He was also a member of the K•*• Club of Keyser High School. , " A U. S. Army Transport was re*' named "John E. Kelley" in. honor » - of Keyser's hero May 11, when * ' "members of his family were guests " "»t the Tetiedication ceremonies held 0 *t the Brooklyn Army Base. Mr. and .. —Mrs. Kelley and daughters were ".". |J guests at Fort Hamilton. Transpor- .=>- m ration to the base to witness the «- ~ ceremony was furnished by the U. •*' »• S: Air Force which was arranged J.. ; through the efforts- of Sgt. Wesley JT- • F. Walsh, than recruiter of the £1 £ Keyser Army and Air Force Re«~ «• cruiting Station, and the Cumber*- £ land Recruiting Office. Sgt. Welsh - - accompanied -the Kelley's to New ^. " York. « Medals won by Sgt. Kelley in the " Army, in addition to the Medal of =- Honor, Included the Bronze Star " medal, Purple 'Heart, Purple Heart ••- with oak leaf cluster. Distinguished ' Unit emblem and' the citation for each of the'above; Good' Conduct " Medal, American Theater Ribbon^ European-Middle-Eastcrn Theater •-ribbon, World War Victory Medal; combat infantry badge, expert rifleman badge, sharp shooting badge, automatic rifle badge, American Legion Citation, and a champion prize fighter badge. Survivors, in addition to Sgt. Kelley's parents, are two sisters, Miss Beu!ah .Kelley, employed by the Navy Department, Washington, »nd Georgianna Kelley, employed by the Mineral County Board of Education here, and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Annie'High, 134 Soatti Water Street, Keyser. S-SGT, J. EDWARD KELLEY Laro-eAudience o • , Hears Program KEYSER, W. Va. — A capacity crowd attended. the annual community Christmas program presented last night at the Keyser High School under the direction of Mrs. '. E. Church. Leonard G. Withers, head of the music department of Potomac State School, directed the Potomac State Singers. Also taking part was & chorus of 26 boys, members of the Fourth and Fifth grades of Keyser Elementary School. The Potomac State Band, under he direction of Carl-Peterson, made ts initial appearance on. the program and was well received. Two More Keyset Heroes To Return KEYSER, W. Va.—The bodies of two Keyser soldiers killed in thej fight for Germany, Sgt. Rex Wertman and Kc. Robert E. -Barrick, will arrive here Wednesday at 9:57 p. m. Reburial services for Sgt. Wertman,'son of Ira and Lottie (Crftes) Wertman, New Creek, who was killed February 20, 1944,' during the Allied drive toward Germany, will be held at the. Trinity Lutheran Church, Keyser, Sunday, 2 p. m. Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery. Military service will be in charge of Nancy Hanks .Post, No. 3518, Veterans of Foreign. Wars, Keyser. Sgt, Wertman was born at New Creek, February 15, 1922. ..He attended New Creek School and Keyser High School, and before; his enlistment in the U. S. Air Corps he was employed by the Browning Bottling Company,- Keyser. In December, 1941, he married Miss Dorothy Chapman, of Keyser, who resides at 333 1 Virginia Street. Entering service November 27, 1942, Sgt. Wertman received training at Miami Beach, Fla., Amarillo, Texas, Mose Lake, .Wash., Reno, Nev., Salt Lake City, Utah, and Jamp Kearney, Neb. He . went overseas late in J943 as a member of the 91st Bomber .Group and the 322nd Bomber Squad. Sgt. Wertman was 'shot German sniper after balling from ais plane. He died enroute to the hospital ana his body was first interred, in TJ.. S. Military Cemetery at Margratcn, Holland. Sgt. Wertman was awarded post- jumously the Citation of Honor of the "TJ. S. Air Forces, the Purple by' Approximately 70 persons, repre-| Heart, the Air Medal, and Amerl- entlng.various churches in Keyser,Jean Legion Gold Star Citation. larticipated in the community choir. Soloists -for the evening were Mrs. Glady Galbraith, Mrs. George Wilon, Mrs. Carl Ludwick; Mrs. Waler -Cole, Mrs. Carlyle -Kauflman, The body will be taken to the home of his wife where it will remain until time for the service. The reburlal service for Pfc. Robert E. Barrick, son of Mr. and Villlam Loy arid -Rev. Robert| M rs. Monroe 'S. Barrick, 351 West Winter Parade. Will Be Held At Frostburg FROSTBURG — The Frostburg Business Association's first annual "Winter Parade" will be held tonight as a fea- . tur'e of the Christmas shopping season. • The parade will start at 7 o'clock with the line of march from Beali's Lane down Main Street to Grant Stteet and then back through Main Street. The Maryland Singers and a "Santa Claus" will ride on two attractive floats. The drum and bugle corps of Farrady Post No. 24, American Legion, and the Arion Band will also participate. The 'parade will stop at three points on Main Street where Santa and his helpers, Miss Erma Jean Chambers, "Miss Frostburg of 1948," and Miss Mary Martha Jenkins,, will distribute gift boxes of candy to children. The .event marks, the opening of Frostburg stores for holiday shopping in the eve- 9 p. m. until .December 24 when they will close-at 6 p..m. . K. of C. Official To Visit Council WESTERNPORT—Grand Knight James Kelley has announced that Leo Carty, of. the Supreme Counsel of Boys' Life Bureau, will speak'at the meeting of the Piedmont Council, Knights of Columbus, Wednesday at '8:15 p. m. at the K. of C. home. Rev. George Pugh, assistant pastor of St. Peter's Church, western- port, chaplain, will continue his series of religious discussions following the'meeting. Refreshments wili be served. Dedicates Organ Rev. Gedrge W. Schlllinger, president of the >West Virginia Lutheran Synod, conducted the service, yes-- terday ' morning at the Lutheran Church when he dedicated and consecrated the newly installed electric organ. . Candelabra, a cross and vases were presented to the church ' as memorials to the late Lucile Engle Prantz and Mrs. Eliza; rth A. Beck The presentation was nade by Dr Lewis F. Engle, .1- .tier o: Mrs Krantz, and by son of .Mrs. Beck. A. Beck, Sr. Bridgers. Accompanists were Mrs. j pj cc i m ont Street, who Brief Mention killed j . .j^ j^dies Aid of the Church of , . Dayton and Miss Frances near Schmidt, Germany, February j ^ K Brethren will meet Wednesday 8, 1945, while fighting with the i eve ning at the home of Pearl Amo- Sarullo. Ministers taking part were Rev. . A. Steele, pastor of First Metho- ist Church, Scripture; Rev. John C. B. McLaughlln, pastor of Keyser Presbyterian' Church, prayer; Rev. Bridgers. pastor of Evangeli- al United Brethren. Church, offer- and Rev. H. S. Myerly, pastor f'Grace Methodist' Church, benediction: • As equally well presented and received was the Christmas musicale at 1 the Trinity-Lutheran'Church at vesper services 'yesterday afternoon. The program was under the direction of Leonard G. Withers with Mrs. Robert T. Coffraan, accompanist. Soloists, were .Mrs. Evelyn T. Shinn, Mrs. Carlyle Kauffman, Mrs. Charles Farley, and Mrs.. Clem Montgomery. - ,. . • • The offering taken at the. community program last night-will be used to defray expenses-of the program w!th-,the be given to the Burlington Orphanage. Annual Yule Treat Planned By Lions FROSTEURG—The second annual Christmas treat-for children' of the community, sponsored by the Frostburg Lions Club, will be held Wednesday at noon in the social hall of Salem Church. Approximately 140 boys and girls, selected by trie various schools,, are expected to attend. The dinner will be served by members- of the club under the direction of Wesley Sleeman, general chairman. The children will be presented with gifts of candy, nuts and oranges. The annual Ladies Night Christ- nas party held in the SaJem ;hurch at 6:30 p. m, Wednesday. Mrs. Jesse. Jacobs, wife of the Lions jrcsident, will be in charge of the jrogram. Licorice is a constituent of some 'ire extinguishing foam compounds. Both China and India .are credited with the origin of puppet shows! Lighting' Division, 311th Infantry,i rus0| picdmont-Keyser road ; will be held at the Grace Methodist Church at 10:30 a. m. Saturday with Rev. H. S. Myerly, pastor, officiating. . Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery. The -body will be taken to the home of. his parents where it will remain until time of the service. Barrick was born at Barton, Md., January 9. 1926. 'He was a. graduate 'of Keyser High School, Class of 1943,. arid was employed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company before entering the service April 6, 1944. He ' received training, at. Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Little • Rock, Ark., and Camp Pickett, Va., before sailing overseas October 13, 1944. Survivors, in addition to his parents, include ' two sisters,' Shirley and Deanna, and a .brother, Richard, all at-home. children Chamber Plans Yule Decoration Contest OAKLAND—Karl Lehman, chairman of the Chamber of Commerce committee, announces the group will sponsor a home and outdoor Christmas decoration contest. ••' ! Decorations must be completed by j December' 15 and • Judging will.' bej based on originality and general at-j tractiveness of design Lehman said.j Winners will be announced Christ-! mas Eve. Trie 'Fast Matrons Club of Bethlehem Chapter, O. E. S., will meet at 8pm Wednesday for a business session and Chrismtas party at the home of Mrs. Homer Farrell, Maryland Avenue. Mrs John Claybaugh and Grace C. Himes have returned from Wash- Mrs: Louis Stover and Thomas and Richard, Pittsburgh, and John Zoillnger, Broughton, Pa., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Claybaugh, Luke. The' Young Adult Bible Class of the Church of the Brethren, West- err.port, will hold a Christmas party tomorrow evening at 7:30 ; at .the home of : Mr. and Mrs. Bills Burke, Oak View. Secret pals will be revealed and new ones selected for the coming year. i FOR SALE Three rooms of furniture, complete. First chance at apartment. Write Box 3 -c/o Times Office, Frostburg. — Advs. N-T Dec. 13 Church Marks Anniversary FROSTBURG — Rev. Harry S. Eckev, Gettysburg, Pa., was the guest speaker at the opening'ser- vice of the ninetieth anniversary celebration, of First Presbyterian Church yesterday morning. Rev. Ecker, pastor -of the church from September 1837 to April 1908, now serving as minister of Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church, Adams county, Pa., used for his subject, "Dedicated to God." Enoch B. Prichard, a member of the church. 53 years, spoke on "90 Years of Service" at the evening worship. During the service, Rev. John Cameron Taylor, pastor, presented nosegay corsages to Jles- dames Harry B. Colourn, James A. Taylor, Robert Pascoe, W. D. Hanson' and Abraham Parks, and a buttoniere to Mr. Prichard. All have been members of the church 50 years or more. Mrs. James T. Taylor, who. celebrated her twenty- fifth anniversary as church organist, was also presented with flowers. Flowers were given to the- church by Mrs. Alfred Rephann and .Mrs. Thomas Franklin in memory, of their mother, Mrs. Robert • White; Miss Betty /Honing and Mrs. Jane Forgiel for their mother, Mrs. Lenore Boning; Mrs. Alice Taylor and Mrs. Eleanor Root lor their mother, Mrs. Jennie Smith Scoffield and Walter R.'.Anthony for'his parents, Reuben '.and Jean Anthony, and Mrs. John' Goldsworthy in memory of her daughter, Mrs, Belle Goldsworthy, loar. The church also received gift flowers for . the • celebration.. from Mr. and- Mrs. .William J. Elvin and the .Ladies -Bible Class. Rev. James C. Clark, D.D., will deliver an address, "God's Imperishable Church in a Perishing World," at the anniversary dinner tonight at 6:30. The. invocation will be given by Rev. Henry Littlet D.M. both are former pastors of the church. Group singing will be. Tin- cier the leadership of Franklin H. Chermock, choir director, with Airs. James T. Taylor playing the : piano accompaniments. Ruv. Harry S. Ecker will close .the program with the benediction. Brief Mention . ...-'. The Rev. Patrick J.. Bradley;pastor of St. Michael's '.Catholic Church, is visiting relatives in New York. . '. Joseph Stark,, is home from Miners' Hospital'Where he had been undergoing treatment: Mrs. Clyde. Yutzy and son, ; .191. Ormond Street: Mrs. Melvin James and daughter, Midland; Mrs. Deacon Dick and daughter, Cumberland; Mrs. Sidney Aldrich and son, Eckhart; and Mrs. Earl Dennison and son; Beall Street, returned to- their homes from Miners' Hospital;Mr. .and .Mrs. William Grim and children, East Main Street, returned 'from a visit with relatives in Florida. . ' , St. Michael's Catholic Church will not hold Sodality" devotions this week so that.the-members may at- tend the crownlnu of the statue of Our Ludy of Piir.lirm In St. Pnt- j'Jck'd Church Cumberland, Wednesday evening. Mrs. David Griffith, Bowery 1 Street, is spending the winter with her sisters, -Mrs. Lori Jones and Mrs. Ai-thur Byers, Pittsburgh. The Senior Choir of St. Michael's Catholic Church will reh'earse Thursday evening at 7:30. The Hojy Name Society of ' St. Michael's Church will sponsor -the weekly parish social in St. Michael's Hall Friday evening.. Star of 1 Frostburg Council No. 98, Daughters of America, will entertain the members .with a Yuletide party 7:30 p. m. in.the Junior Hall. , Members; have •• been requested to bring an'inexpensive gift to' be distributed by Santa Claus during the party. The Sunergoi Club!of First Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Christmas dinner'party at the Tally- Ho, December 17, at'6:30 p. ai. Jingle Pupils To Sing Foreign Carols FROSTBUBG, Dec! 11—The stog- ing of foreign carols will feature the Christmas program of 'the College Laboratory School of Frostburg State Teachers College to be presented Friday, December 17 fi at 10 a, m, in the school auditorium.' Tlie . mixed chorus will . sing "Angels We Have Heard 'On High", French; "Baby.'Sleeping In" A Manger", negro spiritual; • "Fa -Fa La Nina", Italian;. "Joy To The World", arrangement by Handel; "Oh, Come All Ye Faithful", Latin; "Ring Christmas 'Bells", TJkranian; "Silent Nig? t", German. "First Noel", French; "Joseph Dear.. Mary Mild", German; "What Child Is This", English, and a- choral reading by Frank Nelson. gifts will be exchanged and new ThB Sixth Grade students, have TlflTnp.^ • ni*flTirrt • '.I'.'.. • ... . - — names drawn. | written the scenes 1 for the play, ."The Mrs Quintal Spiker, ill for the | Nativity and the Christmas Spirit. past five- weeks, is improving at her , The supervisors will be assisted ' ' ' eet- Mrfl and Mrs. Larry Crosco, Victoria -Hotel, •;Grantsville, announce the birth'of a daughter this morning in Miners' Hospital. Miss Marie Wejlings, daughter t Mrs. William Welllngs, Railroad Street, is critically ill at home. • .Leo Corrigan. veteran of World War. I, i& a pneumonia patient Miners' Hospital.- ' Mrs. Ellsworth Brode and daughter, of Midlothian, and Mrs. Joseph by Misses Vadne Miller; Ruth Robinson, Leona Gowans and Norma Schulte.- and'-, Aiidy. DiUbaldo, all student teachers: -, The primary grades .will^ present a scene shdwir.g a rehearsal for- a Christmas'program. The student will sing "Away In A Manger'.', German; "Little Town Of Bethlehem", Ea-"The Christmas Tree", Gerand a choral reading,. "The Night Before Christmas", Moore. Misses Linda-Lou,.Cain, Marion «-r . . . r— .ifj-ida^a AJU.JMO, 'jjuu ,WtiiJ-i., J.V1.CHj.wj.1 Kunt and daughter Route 1, are Sha w, Jane Bowan and Ruth Fazen- ho ? e J r ° mTMlner ? Hosiptal. | bak er Sigler and Mrs. M.-K.- Kroll, U. B; F.Edwards, president of thej student teachers, .wfll assist the church council of. St. Paul's Lutli-1 supervisors. ' eran Church, has announced, a special meeting of the council .will be. held Wednesday at-'7:30 p. ui. of commanders and 'adjutants of the American. Legion'and presidents and secretaries of the American Legion Auxiliaries. • Mr.-and Mrs.'Ellis Yates, Frank T. Powers and Arthur G. Ramey spent the weekend-in-Baltimore and Annapolis, attending 'a conference Local Maryland Weather Forecast AHegany and Garrett counties- Party cloudy and .mild today with highest about 60. Increasing cloudiness and cooler tonight with lowest in middle.'-30's. Tuesday cloudy and Events Briefly Not»d. .The Mapleside Playground Association- will meet tomorrow,at'8 p. m. in the social room of the Mapleside Methodist Church. Officers will b« elected. , '-.-.. •Circle No. 1 of the Centre Street Methodist Church will' hold 'a covered dish -supper tomorrow at '6. p. 'm. in the .church parlor. The-.Youth" ; Fellowship. Group of Emmanuel .Episcopal Church met last night and made plans for a Christmas' dance at the parish house Monday, December 27. • The Pleasant Grove Homemakers^ Club will hold - a . Christmas Jingle party tomorrow at. 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Leslie Hinkle, Baltimore Pike..The Ladies' Auxiliary o£-the Bed- • ford: Road . Volunteer' -Fire .Company will sponsor • a. round, and square- dance Wednesday at. 8:30 p. m. in the Fire .'Hall. Music .will be by the Cumberland Barn Dance Pals, featuring. Paul Breedlove. A card' party,- sponsored by .the Women of the Moose; will be held, tomorrow -at 8 p. m. at the Moose • home. , •.The Vera Blinn Women's Society of Christian Service- will' meet- tomorrow at 7".45 p. m., at the -home of Mrs.'Niiia Barnett, Robins-Terrace. cooler with rain, probably changing to. snow. • " ' Lower Eastern Shore and Central. Maryland—Partly cloudy but- mostly" sunny today, with highest. 58-6J. Fair and slightly cooler tonight, with lowest in low. to middle 30's, except' in the 40's in vicinity, .of larger, water areas. Tuesday cloudy and. cooler with, rain likely.. Moderate southwest to .west winds, becom- .ing gentle southwesterly tonight. Central Maryland—Some cloudiness, but mostly sunny today,, with, highest around 60.. Fair; and slightly cooler tonight,.with lowest in low to middle 30's. .Tuesday-cloudy"ind cooler-with'rain likely. CHRISTMAS TREES Tamarack — Free Delivery, Apply William Carter, 30 Green SK, Frostburg. Adv.—N-T-Dec. 11-13 Our Reputation— For quality work removes the gamble from your dry cleaning— See for yourself. Hat Blocking:—Our Specialty Harry FooterS Co. Cleaners and Dyers. PHONE 197 63 E. Main St. Frostburg MONDAY TUESDAY FOR SALE Desirable-6 Room House, well located in Frostburg. Modern, Hot air heat, bach, Electricity, hardwood floors. Apply Edward J. Ryan, attorney, Phone 452 Frostburg or 821 Cumberland. Adv.—N-T-Dec. 10-11-13-14-15-16 PALACE 'JULIA MISBEHAVES' Starring Grccr Garson — Walter Pidgcon MATINEE KITE MONDAY TUESDAY Doub/i "Let'i Live Again" Starring John Emery Hillary Brooks LYRIC NITE ONLY featun "Fighting Back" Starring Paul Langton Jean Rogers Commercial & Domestic Refrigeration (All Makes * Models) 24 Hour Service Washer & Sweeper Repair BILL'S APPLIANCE REPAIR Wm. W. Hyde 37 Green St. Phone 19-J Frostburj:, Md. PARADE MUSIC BAND SANTA CLAUS •Free Gifts- For the Kidcties DpboUterinc Ruji DURILIZED CLEAN A scientific method brings back Che newness to the fabric with orotessionaJ care. To Economize Durxlize! Molk Prootmt. Onuratita fly. rww G. V. Lammert & Son Phnnr FriKtborr 95-.M Pennsylvania Big Vein Coal $8.00 ton . Hetz Trucking Service Park. St.—Frostburg Phone 513-J-X TONITE. AT 7 O'CLOCK \ Frostburg, Md. THE FROSTBURG BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION EXTENDS YOU A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ITS CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL TONIGHT AT 71 PARADE will march from Water to Grant St. Bring the Kiddies and Enjoy the FUN! STORES OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. for MOTHER Tailored or Lace Trimmed Gowns $3.29 up Tailored or Lace Trimmed Slips $2.29 up Fabric or Leather Gloves ..'.-." v .$1,00. up 53-Pc. Service for 8 China Sets ..._. $12.95 up Columbia Lace Table Cloths $3.50 up' Fancy Patterned 16-Rib Umbrellas $"4.98 up for DAD Essley White or .Fancy Shirts : $3.39 up 100% Wool Slipovers end Sweaters $2.98 up" Wool, Rayon or Silk Ties '. $1.00 up 100% All Wool Robes . ; .. ;. $7.95 up. Fancy Patterned Pajamas $2.98 up. Wool and Silk Mufflers ...... ,• '....."..... $1.19 up for BROTHER Long or Short Sleeve Polo Shirts .............. 89c up Boys' Novelty Sweaters $2".29 up Fancy and Plain Colored Sport Shirts $1:89 up Woo! Plaid Jackets . . '. ... $7.95- up Plaid Cotton Flannel Shirts $1.98 'up Fabric or Leather Gloves ..... .......... $l!89'"up' for SISTER Embroidered Chenille Robes ......:.. $6.95 up Phoenix 51 Gauge Sheer Nylon Hose .. $1.85 up Lucite Boxed Costume Jewelry ................ $1.00 up Plastic or Leather Handbags $2.25. up Satin or. Chenille Boudoir. Slippers $2.89 up Duchess Floral Print Handkerchiefs '. . . . 25c up for BABY Infants' Wool Knit Bootes ' 59 C Hand Knit Wool Sweaters ( • $2.98 Utility Bags In All Colors ' $3.29 Toddler Dresses by Nanette $1.98 Tiny Tots Piggy Banks •.' $1.00 Infants Sets, Toys and Novelties . $1.00 OPEN EVENINCJS UNTIL XMAS up up up , ft?

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