Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 14, 1948 · Page 19
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KEYSER And West Virginia News Evering Times, Tuesday. December 14, 1948 Meters Moved From Streets ROMNEY. W. Va.—Fifty-one o he 100 parking meters installed'-01 ' side' streets of Romney will .be re moved, according to a motion pass ed by the .Mayor and Council at recent meeting.. The removal of the 51 meter placed off the main. thoroughfare to help relieve traffic ' congestior •was requested by business men ani' citizens. The protesting group contends the devices were an-inconvenienc out-of-town customers and-'detri mental to property owners.. Bills totaling $2,888.53 were order ed paid by the .council.' An appli cation for a permit to build a. storm door on the front of the Ebert.Stor at an estimated cost.of $40 and a permit to hang a sign at-the'sho repair shop' of Orlando Calemin to cost $25 were approved. Nominating: Group Named The monthly meeting of the Men' Club of Romr.ey . Presbyterian Church was conducted'recently.-in the Memorial Room'of. the church by R. Maier Golladay, president G. K, Kump, chairman, John R Blue:and Michael Martin, was ap pointed by the president to. serve as a committee to- submit nominations for the-off ice of -president vice president, secretary and treasurer at the January meeting. Rev. Allen Jones, pastor, spoke.o his -experiences in World War- I when .he served as a chaplain in the Navy. Following- the meeting refreshments were served. Masons Elevated At v stated communication o: Clinton Lodge. No. 86, "A.'F.. and A. M.. recently R. L. Simmer was raised to Master Mason; and at a special communication last Friday G E Noll and Lewis,D. Pugh, were • raised - to the degree ' of Master Masons. • , Yule Events Planned Plans arc being made by the Romney-Woman's. Club for a Christmas dance Wednesday, December 28, ir tho gymnasium of' Romney High School. The Jimmy Andrews orchestra, of Cumberland, will furnish music with dancing from 9 until 1 o'clock. The committee in charge of arrangements 'is Mrs. Paul D Oates, chairman,. Mrs. G. E:-Noll and Misses Betty, D'Aiuto, Dorotny Eaines and Edith Pancake. • Employes of the Coca Cola Bottling Works of Romney and their families' will hold their annual Christmas: party at the plant Monday, December 20, at 1 p. m. Christmas checks will be distributed by w "Roy Smith, manager, and guts ' " A ham dinner will be exchanged.' served. t] fc Employes of S. and S: Services inc., and .their families will hold their annual Christmas party at tho plant Monday. .December 20,-at A turkey dinner will oe ,8 p. m. ;erved. Progress Made On Park Lights MOOREFIELD; w. va.—A non- •orofit corporation,' the ' "South Branch Valley Athletic Association, Inc.," was .formed at a meeting' of the Citizens'. Lighting' committee Sunday at the Moorefield. American Legion .home. • The organization was formed .to procure lights for the Moorefield baseball park for night play. Sen. Ralph J. Bean,' chairman of the committee, "will, secure.'the Incorporation papers. • - A representative of the Winchester .-Electric Company, low bidder for the project, met with the committee-arid had a. representative of the General Electric'Company present with types of the lights-to be placed at the ball park. .' Courtney Pratt was named chairman of the committee 'to solicit funds for the $14,000 project -with H.' M.' Calhoun. Angus Seymour, William C. Harper and Martin Kelley as members. A monthly payment committee, consisting of John Paugh, chairman, • Raymond Slndy, . William .Vance and C. H. Fisher, will complete plans for several 'hundred citizens to pay one dollar B month for a period'of two-, years. Woman's Club To Conduct Campaign MOOREFIELD,.. W.- Va. — The Woman's Club voted', at a-meeting recently at the home -.of Mrs. S. A. McCoy to. sponsor the cancer control campaign in- the spring and also, to donate" $5 to 'the Save-A- Child Foundation-.,' .. A narrative of the Nativity with musical- accompaniment was presented by Mrs. L. R. Grover and Miss Mae Gwen Mathews. ' . Mrs. H. G. Muntzing, Mrs, M, A. Bean and Mrs. R. E. Fisher were cohostesses... Personals Denny . Hiett underwent an appendectomy- in Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. - " .. W. D. Wenzel has gone to Aiken, B. C.. 'where - he has accepted a .position' with the. National Kaolin Company. Miss Icie Barbe is ill with measles. I Ruel Saville. Cincinnati,' visited I relatives here recently.- I, Mrs. Robert S. Kuykendall, Jr., I' »nd children have returned from a I rtsit with.relatives in Bladensburg, I Md. ^^ Mr.' and Mrs. Walter an-, •bounce the-birth of a son. • . . I Dr. O. V. Brooks is a patient in I Cleveland Clinic,- Cleveland. Hyndman HYNDMAN, Pa.—Mr.-and Mrs.! Marc Hlllegas and 1 family, Boynton, j recently visited Mrs. Nettie Harcle-j rode. • • Mr.- and Mis. Elaine Shroyer, Dennison. - Ohio, and Elmer Bush, Bloomlngton, Md., -visited Mr. and Mrs, Albert Bruck. The Pnrent-Tencher Association will meet tonight in the school auditorium. Rev. John ,Bucher, pastor of the Reformed Church, will lead the devotions and show Christmas slides. The Third .and Fourth grades will present an operetta, "The Story of Christmas". Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steadman, Rochester. N. Y., recently visited the letter's father, J. 0. .Adams. Mrs. A. G. Crabbc is visiting her a^uchter, Mrs, Helen. Hunt, Balti- moi-a. Farm Bureau Plans Drive KEYSER, W-. Va.—Plans for. a 1949 membership- campaign were made at a-' recent meeting of the Mineral County Farm- Bureau. . The group also voted to.increase yearly..'dues to. S3,, because', of the Increased cost of -carrying •• out the Farm Bureau program. Those.'attending were J.-W. Carskadon, Sr., 'Russell Stickley, Oliver Bane, C. I. Homan,'Edgar Landis, Homer Alt, H. N, Bosley, Charles M. Taylor S. S: Smith, O. E. Marks, .Ray Spencer,- Ervin Bane, Harold. Am.- tower,- Albert. Sites, Leonard.'Sites, Albert. • Schwinabart and E. J. Pritts.. All members.should-contact.those listed above,, who will, serve as solicitors during' : ..the campaign. Dues may be also sent to the county agricultural agent's office here. Unit Contributes 26 To Groiips KEYSER,- W. Va,—The. Auxiliary Unit of'-'Boyce' Houser Post, American Legion;-" voted to contribute $226 from', funds .-derived; from-..the Poppy Sale to varlous.'organizaCons. The list of contributions follows: Mineral ."County ..Tuberculosis.'Association, '$1; -Cancer. Control• Fund, $10;' Mineral Country Library, $5; Crippled. .Children's ; Hospital; $5; Pine crest Sanitarium,..Beckley, $5; Hopemont Christmas, party'for veterans, $10;- Hopemont; Christmas party for children-• $20; Newton D. Baker Center -Christmas Fund, '$20; Newton D. Baker Gift Shop,- $20; Newton'. D.' Baker ,Christrnas- : party for. veterans,' $25; Huntlngton Hos- filtal Christmas Fundi $20; Hunting- Ion Hospital Christmas party for veterans,. $20; Huntingdon. Hospital Gift Shop, S10; .expenses of a veteran to' Newton D. Baker -Hospital, $5, and poppies ordered for 1949 Plans were ^also made to contribute Christmas baskets to deserving families in- Keyser 'and community. Mrs. Walter Kephart, president, presided at. the' meeting. • Mrs, Beulah Taylor and Mrs." Thomas Wilcher were in charge of refreshments. Moose Lodge Initiates 77 ROMNEY. W. Va,—Three hundred members of the Loyal ' Order of Mooseiwere present Sunday 'at ceremonies conducted by Romney Lodge j No: 1371 when- 77'candidates were initiated in the "Ralph C. Dusic Class", by the Ma'rtinsburg Moose Lodge. degree..staff. The class was named in .honor of Mr. Dusic,, immediate past, president ot the West Virginia' Moose- Association and secretary of the local lodge. Robert •Hamilton; governor oi'j Romney Lodge,., presided. F. Roy Yoke,..past supreme governor, principal speaker, paid tribute to Ralph Dusic. for outstanding work, during his .term of office as president, of the West' Virginia Moose Association. ., Mi-. Yoke's talk emphasized "Why I .Am a-Moose", He stated that the 'Loyal Order of Moose is doing an outshtanding job in caring for the. dependents of deceased inembc.-s adding that there were now over HOO children at. Mooseheart, in Illinois. He also stated that Moose- haven In Florida was caring for many aged, members. He stated he is proud to .be a Moose because of the tremendous good- Moose lodges are doing in communities by' contributing and helping in every, worthy community endeavor. Yoke said that the Loyal Order of Moose is "a religious an'd an American," organization, that devotion to God and Americanism •. were, part of their teachings. .He stated that at the'last national convention .a resolution was passed: foibidding membership in the Order to-a Communist, and if a . member . of the Order was found", to be a, Communist he -would be .dismissed. Congressman Harley O. Staggers Reception Slated For New Pastor PIEDMONT, W, Va.—A' reception lor Rev. Robert. Campbell, new .pastor of the Piedmont Presbyterian Church, and his family, will be held Thursday night with .Dr. -Paul' R, Wilson chairman of arrangements. The., program-will include invoca- ;ion by Charles E. Hickerson; selection by. the Senior Choir. of : the church; 'solo, Harry Harris; introduction of Rev. Campbell •'. and his family, by. Dr. Wilson. Welcome to the -Winchester Pres- >ytery. - by J. 'C,' B; Mclaughlin, "pas:or of the." Keyser Presbyterian Shurch; • welcome to Tri-Towns Ministerial Association,-.'.'by -Rev. J. !. Dettra, pastor 'of the Westernport Church of the Brethren; "welcome, to the . church, Dr. Robert W. 'Bess; response, Rev. Campbell; remarks, Rev.-G. Stanley Schwihd, 'rector of It. James Episcopal .Church, followed by hymn, "Blest Be The Tie That 3inds", and benediction by Rev. 3 aul E. Iverson, of Potomac- State School, Keyser. .Refreshments will be served in ;he assembly''room. •' ' • [Citzmiller Fire Company Elects KITZMILLER—Gerald- Iman was elected president of the Kitzmiller Volunteer Fire Company at a recent meeting. ... . • Other" officers named are .Paul Ewing, vice president; Glen Barton, ecretary; J. Hollis Wilson^ treasur- r; Carl Mosscr, fire chief; Andrew Vilson, first' assistant chief; Wilbur Jurrell, second- assistant chief; Alonzo. Sims, captain; J. H. Steele, ergeant-at-arms. Standing committee, Gerald Iman, 'aul. Ewing, Carl Mosser, Andrew Wilson, Fred Burrell, J. Hollis Wii- bn and Roy. Sowers. . ' Auditing committee. Arlle . Barick, T. V. Bau'coni and Glen Barton. . Personals Mrs. Louise Sharpless and son, Martin . Allan,. 'Elkins,• visited Air. Jid Mrs. Martin Sharpless'. • .. Mr. and Mrs.' Cecil' Custer and amily, 'Washington,, visited Mr: and Mrs. J. W. Custer.' Mr., and, Mrs. Carl B. Kimble and daughters,. 'Dorothy and Nancy, iumberland, are'-, visiting, Mr. and Mrs; Charles H..Jones. Mr. and Mrs.'Keith Kimble re- ;urned to Cumberland-after visiting Us. and Mrs.. Baxter Kimble. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Turner'.and Irs. James" Smith visited in Frost-. urg. ' ' . • Elbert Custer, Washington, visit- d his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James V. Custer. GENERAL REPAIRS On All Make Automobiles Expert Body and Fender Repair Work ST. CLOUD MOTOR CO. Frostburjr, Md. . Phone. 441 was introduced and spoke briefly. Mr, Dusic expressed-'liis thanks, for being honored-by •having the largest class of candidates of Romney ,odge named in his honor. John : C. Alles, who" was the. class representative, spoke -briefly . on behalf .ot the initiates. ' The- activities were held in the luditorium.of- the American. Legion juilding and -Moose, were present from. Keyser, Moorefield,' Piedmont, ;harles Town, Terra Altn, Mar- :insburg, and Hagerstown. Follow- ng the: initiatory' degree a buffet supper was served at • the Moose lome. The committee 1 in charge of arrangements,- included . Robert W. Powell,, chairman, .Robert Ham- Iton and "James Short., Candidates .initiated, Seymour Zirk, -Emanuel Ayres, Kenneth Voight, Frank J.' Wells, Martin H, Miller,. Jesse Montgomery, V,'. L. Schaffenaker, Paul. Cunningham, Orr H. Henderson, Hollis Riley, J.. E. Orndorff! Oscar. Catlett, James B. Pyles; Floyd Wince. C. W. Arm-' SGT. ALBERT W. WILLS Body Of Sgt. Wills Will Be Returned WESTERNPORT—Reburial services for Sgt. Albert Wlllard Wills, 21, soh-of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Wills, 114 Railroad Street, who was killed in action August 13, 1944. will be held Sunday afternoon. Victory Post No. 155, American Legion, will accord military rites. Definite funeral arrangements are incomplete. The body will arrive here Thursday afternoon on' Western Maryland Railway Train No. 9 and be taken to the home of his parents. Sgt. Wills, an infantryman, entered the Army April 2, 1943.' He trained at-Camp Walters, Texas, and went overseas in. June, 1944. He attended Bruce High School and was employed by the Independence. Erection ' Company, Pittsburgh, before" entering -the service. Besides his parents he is survived by three brothers, John P. Wills arid James Wills, at home, and Hardy Farm Bureau Meets MOOREFIELD. W. Va.—F. L. Miles, secretary of the West Virginia Farm Bureau, spoke on "The Farm Bureau as "An Organization Helping Farm Families" av the annual meetings of the Hardy County Farm! Bureau tit the Burch School. • i Miles emphasized that through j the bureau tamers can achieve many | goals they could not attain "individually. WInfred S. Parks presided and Mrs. Joseph Lively, county home demonstration agent, reported-, on the work of 4-H and Farm Women's Clubs in the county. Progress in organizing the extension progrnm was explained byj County Agent S. L. Dodd. He stated' that 14 community Farm Bureau membership 'meetings have ' been held with a total attendance of 549. The treasurer, Mrs. Renick McNeil:, reported that there were 327 members for 1948, all bills paid and a balance in the bank. . . Arnby Haltennan, manager, gave the yearly warehouse report whiot showed a considerable increase in the volume of business over 1947, Those elected to the board of directors were: Howard Hawkins and Joseph T. Frye, Capon District; R. C. May and Vance Mathias. Lost River District; Winfred S. Park and Courtney L. Pratt, Moorefield District; Carl S. Welton and N. George Dasher, Jr., South-Fork District, and Jesse A. Bean, member at large. Hunting Permit Fees Total §1,189 MOOREFIELD, W. Va. — State hunting licenses issued in the Hardy county clerk's office during November brought $1,189 in fees. There were 208 resident huntinj KEBUEIALS SCHEDULED—The bodies .Of Sgt. Rex. Wertman;_ (left), and Pfc. Robert E. Barrick, will be returned to their homes In ' Keyser Wednesday for reburial, Sgt. Wertman was killed by a German sniper after he bailed out of his plane and Pfc. Barrick died of .wounds while fighting in Germany.with the Infantry. Robert Wills, of Piedmont; one half-I an d fishing licenses; two non-resi- brother, Theodore W. Sheelcr,-Fair-1 rjer.t fishing permits; 52 non-resi- mor.t, W. 'Vs.; lour sisters, Mrs.! dent hunting and fishing licenses William Zimmerman, Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Glenn H. Page and Mrs. Thelma. Wilt, Cumberland, and Mrs. Luther Wamiclc, -Westemport. u .I. m j •» • TI -0 J -MS Hardy' County Fanners Lauded In Outdoor Life t /. CHARLESTON, W. Va.— National recognition as "good sports" has been given two West Virginians for their liberality in permitting hunt-' ing and fishing on their -lands. They are Albert R. Leatherman and his son, George T. Leatherman, 2nd, of Hardy county, two -of the state's largest landowners, _ About a year ago, V/est Virginia Conservation, monthly publication of ..the Conservation Commission, v ' lands "^ Hardy and' any other " Hull,- W. L. John T. COUnty ' enclosecl and . Bruce, Leroy Edwards, Rlchp.rd Barnard, Wilson Moreland, Riley Whiteman,.' Albert Shahan, Leo N, Peters/William I.; -'Powell, Earl S. Overholt,. Maryln Hartman, Riley Kidwell, Woodrow Ruckman, 'Daniel Miller, Cecil "Kerns, Lawrence Bowen,. 'Norman Sirbaugh, Walter Puf- gingberger. .. , • ' ; •Michael Hornlck; Leo • Ruckman, Glen R. Hiley, W. B. Davis, John- K. Hughes.'R. J. RanheUs, E. C.' Nelson, Hoy E. Malcolm,. Wllliard C. Nelson, Eugene Tutwiler,. -Clarence Shoemaker, O. N.- Packer, T. E. Shingle:on, Irvin Buckley, Edward Long, G. Edward .Nogle, -Eugene- Taylor, Jack Booth, Loy Wagoner, Richard Jackson, Raymond' Frye, Ivan L. Bowen, Homer .E, Sirk, Perry. Lee, eorge R. Kennedy, John C. Ailes, Earnest Bean, Ralph '-Neal is, Charles Bowman, Ray-McDonald, Sari Beery and James P. Cerone. Miss Dolores Jones Feted On Birthday -THOMAS. W. Va.—Dolores Jones was honored at a birthday party at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ray Jones, a recent evening. Attending were Delia- Jean Cosner, Shirley Cosner, Thomas Stem)le, .William Pase, Chariene Grow, Ida Copper, Iris C!ark, Mary. Jo Rothy.'Mary Suder, Jo Ann Homan, Jeanne Schoonover, William 'Snyder, Rachel Paugh, Earn Kerns, John Phelps and John Cangley. William 1 ' Rizer, Joanne Schrader, Donald Hershberger, Jane -Phillips, Elliott Ours, Lois Props, Patty Bergstrom, Mary, Louise Helmick, Rob,- erf Jones, Sandad Kay Jones and Ruth Marie Jones. Mrs. Evelyn "Ichrader assisted Mrs. Jones with ,he party. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CONC RE T E BLOCKS 4 and 8 inch KILN DRIED LEWIS co. Frostburg 322 CONCRETE' PROD;' 8 Taylor St." Phone hunttag , fish . ing, the only condition, being that the proper respect be shown the rights of the landowners. In its December issue, Outdoor Life, a national magazine devoted to hunting and fishing, reproduces a partion of the item, under the -heading, "Good Sports". -.and- adds .the comment: "They deserve. citations as good sports." Lions Ladies Night At Ft. Asbby Toniglu PORT ASHBY, W. Va—The second "Ladies TSTight" meeting of the Fort AsUby Lions Club will be held tonight at 6:30 in the Fort Ashby Methodist Church. Richard Deremer, .secretary, announces the meeting will be the final, one of the year. • '' Christmas Parly Set FROSTBURG—Star, of Frostburg Council No, 98, Daughters of America, will hold a meeting tonight in the Junior Order Hall. A Christmas party will follow.''Gifts will be exchanged.'and refreshments served. Miss Evelyn Shectz is chairman In charge of arrangements: Each member-will bring an Inexpensive present. and 20 duplicates. Other receipts in the clerks office included $140^75. ' recording; '$2.50 copies; SG, administrator cases; $2, guardian cases; S2 marriage licenses; S3 other licenses, for a total of Sl.354.25. In. November, 1947, total receipts were $1,320.60 and 20G hunting and .fishing licenses were issued. Brief Mention An application 'for a marriage license was filed in the Hardy county clerk's office by Lynden C, Mongbld and Miss. Nettie Susan Mongold, both of Hardy county. The parties stated that they . are third cousins. He is a'son. of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Mongold, and she is a 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Daniel Mongold. R. S. Dispanet, Hardy county superintendent' of schools, • has returned from Charleston where he spent a week attending a meeting. Mr; and Mrs. Srnest Dove and son have moved from Williamson, W. Va;, to the apartme'nt in Mrs. J. C. McCoy's property formerly occupied by J. C. Bright and family. Mr. Dove, formerly ' employed . in Williamson, has been transferred to Clarksburg and was unable - to- find a house or apartment- in that city. He will commute to Clarksburg each week. Mrs. Ashby Scea and Mrs. John Coffman have opened a coffee- shop in the rooms in C. V. Funkhouse'r's property formerly occupied by Peck's "Cafe. Mrs. Charles E. Williams is ill at home here. Westeriiport Men Become First Aid Instructors WESTERNPORT — Vincent Browne Kooken, James Edmund Walker, Adrian Sl'm'pson and Hubert William Worgan have received certificates as American Red Cross first aid instructors. Lee Silcox, of Cumberland, chairman of first aid, ,American --Red Cross, Allegany County Chapter, said the certificates were granted when the men completed a training ourse. Silcox said the men are eligible to conduct classes in junior, standard and advanced first aid for organizations in tlie Westernport area. FOB SALE Modern Restaurant IN FROSTBURG .., Write Box 15 Frostburg Times Office, Broadway TUESDAY PALACE JULIA MISBEHAVES" Starring Grecr Garson — \Yoltcr Pidgcon MATINEE NITE TUESDAY LYRIC KITE ONLY Double Feature 'Let's Live Again' Starring John Emery Hillory Brooks "Fighting Back' Starring . Pcul Langron Jean Rogers ' YOU TO \ OF FROSTBURG District Leaders Of Scouts Meet DAVIS, W. Va.—A district meet- ins of Scouting leaders of Tucker county is being'held here today. E. T. Hesser, .Scou; executive of the Mountaineer Area Council, is presiding. District chairmen will be elected and their committees appointed. All men interested in Scouting are invited to attend., Personals Otis Riggleman, ' Cumberland, spent the.'weekend .with-.his parents, Mr. and. Mrs, Perry. RigBlemai:.- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Parks announce the birth of a daughter in the Davis Memorial Hospital last Saturday. The .mother is the former Miss Ruth Coffman,. i H. A. Meyers recently visited in Pittsburgh. ' Mr. and' Mrs. Carl Bland announce the birth of a son,- Poster Jerome, in the Davis Memorial Hospital', Sunday, December 5. Mrs. Bland is the • former Miss Ann Zadcll. High School Group Plans Yule Event PETERSBURG, W. Va.—A Christmas cantata for the residents of South Branch Valley is being planned by the Petersburg High .School chorus, recently, organized under-the direction of Alfred Snyder, • music instructor. The chorus is divided into three sections. The first soprano section consists of Margaret Secrist, Mary Kile,, Cary Breathed, .Delores Rcxrode, Norma .Haire, .Mayselle Riggleman, Lucille- Harman, Jo Ann Hill, Winnie Mae "Shanholtz and.Fay'Lyon. The second-soprano section includes Einita Thorn', Ina Alt, Pat Secrist, Pauline Smith. Lola Secrist, Pay ScheU; Patsy • Kline, Virginia Bill and Bonnie. Kesner. In the alto section are Jo Ann Whitarc, Myrtle Hartman, Patty Riggleman, Mary. F. Hiser, Jeannette Weese, Dolly -Kimble, .Dorothy Lewis and Mary Jane 'Hedrick. ' • ' Officers for. the chorus follow": president, Jeanette -.Weese; vice president, Margaret Secrist; and secretary and -treasurer, Mary Vienna Kile. Elomemakers Club Hears Service Agent ROMNEY, W. Va.—A demonstra- ;ion on. Christmas foods was given by-Miss'Isabella Miller, home service- advisor of the Potomac Light and Power Company, at a Yule ty and meeting of the Mopre- leld Homematers Club at the -Poto«ac Light and Power Company here recently. Woman's, Group Installs Officers MOOREFIELD, W. Va.—Installation of officers was held at a meeting of the Old Fields Farm Women's Club recently at the home of Mrs. William. L. Wilson. 1 ' The new staff includes Mrs. William J. Teets, president; Mrs. Martin Huffman, vice president; Mrs. L. R. Glover, secretary;' and Mrs. P.'E. Thrush, treasurer. Mrs. S. L. Dodd was installing officer... Mrs. Carl Allen and 1 . 1 Mrs. L. R. Grover presented, a program' after •which mystery sisters-were revealed and a Christmas party held. Mi's. Clyde Friddle and Mrs. .John Coffman were co-hostesses and Mrs. J.. 3. Dryfield.and' Mrs, Wayne Wilson and.son, Stephen, 1 were guests. Dawson WSCS Holds Program DAWSON —The Dawson WSCS me; recently for a. Christmas party and program: The meeting opened with the singing, of carols. Mrs. Jessie Vandervort, president, presided: ' • The group has purchased 25 copies of "Newness of Life" and will form a study group under the direction of Rev. Louis Chostoin. A play, "Good Will Toward Women", was presented. The cast included" Jessie Vandervort, Hazel Vanpelt, Kathleen Tichnell, Bessie House, Edna Lang and • Minnie Walker.- , ' A jingle party was ' held follow- ing'tho meeting. Secret sisters were revealed • and new names drawn.! J^*' 1 Refreshments were served. Personals * District Superintendent and Mrs. W. F. Wright attended the first quarterly conference at. Dawson Thomas WSCS To Hold Party •THOMAS, '.W; Va.—PIans ; for. a': Christmas'party .were made at ». recent meeting, of the WSCS at the r~ home, of Mrs. Robert Gibbs; J3ach. member.-was' asked' to bring' a?"gift" . to'be'sent to the Girls School of. . Kentucky. 1 . '.-••' Mrs. G!en Kleven presided and the- devotions • were led by -Mrs... Everett. Largent. Those'.attending .",. were Mesdames Q. B..- Collins, Gil-:.' bert Rummer, ; Ellis Durr,'"Orin' Neargood, .Oscar. Good,''. Thomas Phillips, Carson Peters, Mary Grow, J.. C. Schaffer. Musetta' Fleming • and J. L. Kerns and 'the' Misses- •--• Edna, and Jenny McVeigh. Circle Meets Circle No. 1 of' the Presbyterian ' Church met recently at the home of • Mrs.'Ruth Swartz. Attending were ... Mrs. A. .3. Mann. Mrs: Margaret — Perkins,' Mrs/ J.- C. Cooper Mrs. D. D. C. Stemple, Mrs. Edward -Our* .. and a. guest, Miss Susie Cooper. Re- .... freshments'were served. Bridge Party Held Mrs. Edward. Feller entertained: . recently with a bridge .'party. Those • present included •-' Mesdames - Alic»-~; DiBacco, Tracy Curry,.D.'H.^Klght,..^ Orlando Massi, Ruth. Coffman, '. Gene Gillinwater and Alex J..Parks, "' Sr. Prizes were. won.-, by Mrs." Di Bacco, Mrs: Curry-" and Mrs^Kight.' Plan Yule Party ,f,-. .The Progressive Club 'met re-"" cently to make'-plans for. a'Christ- mas party at. the'Moose'Home; this Wednesday. Those- attending>-were " Mesdames A. Hemingway, Ann Di- V Bacco, Sarah • Rubenstein, , Lili* •-. Schelansky, Margaret. Kent, Mary— Lou DiBacco,- Mary Quattro • and ' Katherine' Sutton. . .- . . 1 Personals. "Miss .Ruth -Jones,.student nurse ." at Memorial Hospital,' 1 Cumberland, ~ is visiting her" parents, Mr. "and"' :) Mrs..Bay .Jones. . ••'Trooper Jesse Higby-and family, Elkins, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hobart- • Lipscomb and.Mr. and Mrs. Albert , . Topper, -Sr. . ' ' • . >-.Mr. and Mrs. Foster Bland -visit- -" ed in Cumberland. . " . • - • The Auxiliary of the Thomas .. Volunteer Fire • Department will sponsor a dance Christmas evening." The Tony Saro Orchestra, of Fair-,., mom; featuring Jack 1 Randolph,, will furnish music. • Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder visited recently in Oakland. -.' > • •• • Mr. 'and Mrs. Davdl Close,"Brook-... lyn, are visiting Mrs. David Close. '• • The Women's Club will meet tills ' evening; Each member is to bring a teenager to the meeting. OES.Plajus Yule Event FROSTBURG—The Get-Together ^ Clu'o.of Mountain Chapter : No.^15, Order of Eastern Star, will hold its annual. Christmas party tomorrow _ evening at 8 o'clock at the home of,. Mrs. Thomas. Powell, 86- Ormond — Street. Mrs. Richard Johnson will.; serve as co-hostess. , . . . Nellie Hcxroad and Hazel Vanpelt have been elected' to., the Dawson ;hurch welcome committee. . Robert Crossiand-and Louis Lancaster are recuperating from, illness at home. Mrs. S. E. Brewer has returned .to Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Galvanized PIPE - ft'M'Mttv. - |i/ 2 "&2" LEMMERTEROS. PAINT & HARDWARE 149 E. Main St. Frostburg, Md. Phone 360 Always the First, 1 With' the Latest For the Least A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR THE 'WAN WHO CARES Arrow SHIRTS '. S3-.65 to $4.50 Arrow TIES Sl.OO an'd S1.50 Arrow HANDKERCHIEFS ' . 50c and 65c Fruit of The Loom SHIRTS ...'. ' S2.95 to 53.95 Inter-Woven HOSE '. 55c and 75c Park Avc. TIES Sl.OO, to $2.00 Botany. TIES' ':......,. $1.00 and. S1.50 SPECIAL — 50 Mcns TOP COATS -'.values'up to S32.51 special $19.95 A. CHAS. STEWART ' • . The Home of Good Clothes Authorized Agents for Elgin, Bulova," Girard- Perrcgaux, Omega, Boulevard-* and. Hamilton, We arc showing one- of the largest and most complete lines .of-Ladies and Mcns Watches in Wei--, tern Maryland. . Jeff erics Bros. Jewelry Broadway Frottburg Santa is Sorry! - So Many .of :His Little Friends Were Disappointed Last Night" in Frostburg! * •'. Next "Time-He Will • ... -. Bring:More'Helpers , ,--.. •: So. He'Can-Talk^ to • ';.' '' * ' ' ' -~. Every Little Boy and Girl Due to the ifrcmendous response to Santa's arrival'.- in Frojtburg, last night, the FrostbuVg Business Association regrets that Santa was unable to talk to and present each of the many children with a gift box of candy. While the Association expected a large turn- out for the Yuletide Parade, trie thousands that crowded Main- Street, were many, many more than anticipated. It was impossible to' control the crowd sufficiently to permit Santa . to personally present the children with the candy gift provided by the Association. Come back again nexf time! There will be more helpers! Frostburs Business Association

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