Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 21, 1948 · Page 18
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Cumberland, Maryland
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FROSTB1JRG And Western Maryland News Evening Times,. Tuesday, December 21, 1948 Bazaar Slated For Band Fund FROSTBURG — Walter Mackay, secretary of the Beall Band Boosters Club, announced today that plans r-sve been completed for a bazaar E: St. Michael's Hall next Monday through' Thursday to raise .funds for the Beall High School Band. Franklin H. Chermock, music-director at the school, said today several instruments have been purchased for the students since the start of the drive. Booths at the bazaar will be 'installed by local civic arid fraternal organizations. \ Those represented trill be the Michael Berkowitz factory workers of the Moose, Chapter No! 221; Frostburg Rotary Club; Frostburg Council,' Knights of Columbus, Frostburg Fire Department; Arion Band, Farrady Post No. 24, American Legion, and .the Frostburg Lions Club. • Each night there will be a special entertainment 'numbers and prizes. Members of the committee in charge are Carmel Pinto, Clarence Powers; William Lemmert, Charles Scimltz,. Dr. Adam Baer, • Jesse Jacobs, Franklin H. Chermock, Walter Mackay and Clarence Rephann. News Dea3line Set For Sunday Times FROSTBURG — Because of the Christmas holiday, all Frostburg items, such as social events, notices of meetings, and news of a general nature should be in the branch office of The Cumberland Evening Times no later than Thursday afternoon to assure publication Sunday. Wedding pictures must be in the Frostburg office b'y Wednesday noon for appearance In.the Sunday Times. Spot news and obituaries will be handled, for Sunday on Saturday as usual'. Brief Mention •f The • annual Christmas morning service at Zion Evangelical'and Reformed . Church will begin at 6 o'clock and will be'followed by the sirring of cake and coflee by the Women's Guild. Pvt. John S. Evans, Camp Pickett, Va, is home on a holiday leave with his.parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, Midlothian. . .. Harry G. Shupe, Jr., a student at Dickinson College. Carlisle, Pa., is visiting his parents, Mr: and Mrs. Harry G. Shupe, Sr., Frost Avenue. His brother, Daniel, a student at 'the University of Maryland, will arrive home later this week. • Pvt. Leslie Duncan, Camp Pickett, Va., is spending the. holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan, Midlothian. Edgar Skldmore, who was>--patient In Nexrton D. Baker Hospital, MarUnsbure.-W, Va., Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs! Louis Skidmore. Midlothian. Miss Catherine Close, Broadway, will-leave tonight for Urbana, 111., to spend the holidays with her sister, Mrs. Lewis Potter. The well baby clinic at Zihlman •will not'be held this -week. The next clinic will be January 28 at the community center. ' Mrs. Michael Humbertson Is a patient in Miners' Hospital where she underwent an operation. Barton BARTON—Joshua. Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Green, Avllton, Is a patient -In Miners 1 Hospital, Frostburg. The Auxiliary Unit of Brirton Post No. 189, American Legion, will sponsor a'party tonight at 8 o'clock in the Legion Home. Mrs, Leonard Wampler returned to her home on Long Stretch after being a parent in Miners' Hospital, Frostburg, for several weeks. -. Ruth Meyers, Moscow, • is home after a ten-day vacation in Cleveland "with her brother, Harry -O. Andrews.. . Payroll Ready For Frostburg Guards FROSTBURG — The payroll for. Company D, 115th Infantry Regi- njens, Maryland National Guard, has arrived and members may. receive it by calling at the temporary .armory, SL Michael's Hall, First Street, Recording to Capt. Gerald Reeves, company., commander. Three new members were added to the company's roster at the last drill.-They are Paul Wilkins. Vale 6cmroit;-.William Lee Wilson, Center Street, Frostburg, and' William E. Williams, Midlothian.. * Kempton PTA.Holds Annual Yule Supper KEMPTON, W. Va.—The annual Christmas supper of the- Kwnpton Parent-Teacher Association -was held, recently in the school building. Christmas colors, evergreens and lighted candles decorated the table. A program of Christmas music >ras given by Miss Burnetta Arnold, principal. Gifts were exchanged. Those attending were Airs. Valerie Burdock, Mrs, Otto Sowers, Mrs. Walter. Turek, Mrs. Dora Teets, Mrs. George Sowers, Jr., Mrs. A. J. .Cook, Mrs. L. W. Duling, Mrs. •William Povish and Mrs. Robert Martin. Infants Baptized MIDLAND—The infant daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin _ Loar were baptized- Sunday at Grace Methodist Church by Rev. Raymond M. Crowe, pastor. The Wilson child was named Ruth Lee and the Loar infant was named LeAnna Carol. FOR SALE piece dining room suite, Phone blurf? 1098-W Frostburg. •.—N-T-Dec.. 21 Personal and Business STATIONERY Announcements and Invitations Martin Printing Co. Printing and Engraving 199 E. Main St. rrostburg "BUI" Martin, Prop. Streets Closed, For Sled Riding FROSTBURG —City officials .announced today that the 'following street's will be -barricaded for sled-riding starting tonight: College Avenue from High Street to Water; Hill Street from American Avenue to Mill Street, and Green Street from Washington Street, to Blair Street. The streets will be closed to auto traffic every evening from 7 until D o'clock while the snow lasts. Travis-McCleary Nuptials Revealed FROSTBPRG — Miss Jean McCleary, daughter of Mrs. Grace (Dando)McCleary, Akron, and the late Ear] McCleary, former residents, became the bride of Cecil Travis, son of Mrs. Mae Travis, Akron, on Thanksgiving Day' in St. Paul's Lutheran Church there. The bridal party included . Miss Helen Harvat, Akron, and Miss Dorothy Mitchell, Youngstown, as bridesmaids. Barlin ..Wells served as his cousin's best man and Joseph Sofranic, youngstown; was usher. TlTe bride was attired In a gown of heavy white satin, with a sweetheart neckline outlined in seed pearls, with long, sleeves, full skirt and long train. Her veil, trimmed .with point lace, was held by a pearl tlnra.' She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums and roses, Her attendants wore blue .net and satin and" carried bouquets of pink chrysanthemums. The bride, who resided in Frostburg 'until 1942, attended Hill Street School .and was graduated from Garfleld High School, Akron, with the Class of' 1945' and the Rlggs LaMar Beauty School of Cosmetology in March, 1946. • Mr. Travis, a graduate of Van Lear, ,Ky., High School, is employed by the. Goodyear Tire Company. . Following their marriage the couple was entertained with a dinner at the home of the bride's mother. Tey are residing in an apartment on Johnson Street, Akron. State Unit Probes Traffic Problem WESTERNPORT — The State Roads Commission has Informed the Mayor and Council that a report of the traffic bottleneck at the Washington , Street bridge over Georges Creek has been referred to the engineering departm'ent for investigation.. - . . The' letter from the commission was read last night at 'a meeting of the council. Mayor -William C. Rav- onscroft requested tha roiuls division for !il<! on the problem at the bridge. In oj,her business the council assured Wayne Ritchie that water running over his property on Greene Street will be diverted, A communication was read from 1 the Maryland League of Municipalities, which has 23 members, reauest- ing Westernport to Join the league. Cumberland is a member. The annual meeting of the organization will be held at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, January 7-8, and Westernport was invited to attend. The letter was ordered filed. 1'crsonals ' Vernon '"Pete" Getty is spending the Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs, Joseph P. Getty, Church Street. Mrs. Hilda Frye Adams, Maryland Avenue, who • underwent an operation in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, is improving. L. R. Swauger Heads - Graiitsville W. 0. W. GRANTSVILLE—Leland R. Swau- jer was elected council commander of Grantsville Camp No. 41, Woodmen, of the World, at a recent meeting. Other officers named are Lorraine Otto, adjutant lieutenant; H. F. Broadwater; banker; Henry Pa'tton, clerk and financial secretary, WD- liam Baker, escort; Vernon Beachy, watchman; Stanley Swauger, sentry; Dr. N. R. Davis, physician, and Ralph Glotfelty, C..O. Bender'and J. C. Miller, auditors. Officers Elected By Mars Hill Homemakers GRANTSVILLE—Election of officers was held by the Mars Hill Homemakers Club recently at thee homes of Mrs, Floyd Durst. They' are Mrs. Mildred Beachy, president; Mrs. Irvin Baker, vice president; Mrs. Guy Stanton, secrer tary.-and Mrs. Beulah Engle, treasurer. • • • • . . Games were..played,-carols sung and gifts exchanged. Mrs, Durst served lunch. Miss Spotlight To Be Crowned WESTERNPORT—Miss Spotlight HI will be crowned at the third annual spotlight dance tonight at the Bruce High School .auditorium from 8 to 11. The dance is sponsored by the Journalism Class of Bruce High. Miss Spotlight -will be crowned by John .W. Fisher, principal. Six senior girls have been'elected by the members of the journalism class to compete for the honor of reigning'as Miss Spotlight Queen. They, include Ntvncy Eaton, Mary Jo Nofsinger, Virginia Pr.ltts, Hilda Clark, Shirley Ravenscroft and Betty Linkswiler. The six boys nominated to-serve as the queen's escort are Robert Harmon, Donald Moran, Ellon Mullen, Francis Cowatch, Robert Neff and Thomas Cain.' Representing the classes in the high school in the court' of the queen will'be Janet Randalls and Richard Rinard, Senior Class; Nancy Thielen and Robert Tichncss, -Junior Class; Patsy Brendlln and William McKenzie, Sophomore Class. John Pritts, Seventh Grade, will be her majesty's crown bearer. . Invitations to have been issued • to Fort'Hill and Allegany High Schools, Cumberland; Beall and State Teachers' College, Frostburg; Keyser High School and Potomac State School, Fort Ashby High School, and St. Peter's High School, Westernport. .Chaperones for the dance will be Miss Margaret Thomas, faculty advisor of The Spotlight; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kelly and Mr, Mid Mrs. A. D. Boal. Committees for the .dance follow: Refreshments, Phyllis Kline, chairman; Lois Ann Kelly, Janet Randalls and Alta Shay; and decorations, Francis .Cowatch, chairman and Hilda Clark, Rosemary WUson, Donald Morarf and Thomas Cain. More Christmas Events Planned LONACONING—Additional Christmas season activities have been planned for Lonaconing this week. The Ladies Auxiliary of Good Will Fire Company will hold a birthday party and two towel shower tonight in. the Firemen's Hall. A treat will be given at the home of Alvin C. Neat Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, for members of the Post and Auxiliary, their children and guests Thursday night at 8:30. The Teen-Age Club, sponsored by the Post, will sing carols from the porch of Uie home Christmas Eve from 9 .to 10 o'clock. Pupils of the Dixon Dance -Studio will be given a party tomorrow afternoon at 2 p. m. at' the studio. Ttoe Lonaconing City Band will present a ' Christmas concert and the Central High School -glco clubs will sing- carols in front of the Electrical anO Appliance Shop Main Street, tonight at 7 o'clock.. Santa Claus will distribute «. treat to the children. Brief Mention Joseph Love and Lowell cowers, Jr., students at Gettysburg- College, are home for the holidays. •privates Win Rowan,' Jack " Gowans/ Robert Mulr and Donald Ritchie, U. S. Air Force, are spending furloughs with, their families while enroute to new. assignments, Melvin James, student at Boston College, is spending the holidays with his mother. Minstrel practice of. the Ladles Auxiliary of Alvin C. Neat, Post No. 5280, .V. P. W,, has' been -discontinued .until December 28. Transportation Set For Children's Party FROSTBURG — A special bus chartered by Farrady Post No. 24. American. Legion, will leave the post home at 8:30 a. m. Thursday to take children of the city to the party given at the 'Strand Theatre, Cumberland, at 9:30 a, m. by the Cumberland Voiture,«40 and 8. -Crippled children who have received invitations to attend and .who cannot get to the Legion' home should contact Frank T. .Powers, Post, commander,,and arrangements will be made to- them them to the party .in private cars. Plays Scheduled For Dawspn Yule Program DAWSON—A play, 'Tour Christmas Notes", will be presented by the intermediate department of Dawson Methodist Church under the direction of Mrs. Hazel VanPelt Thursday night at 7:30 in the church. The Children's Department t give a -playlet, "The Best Way to Spend Christmas"; with recitations and songs- directed by Mrs, Minnie Walker. Serves On Carrier LONACONING—Ralph D. Reed, son of Ralph Reed, Lonaconing, is serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Princeton, as a. seaman 'apprentice. The ship is a unit of Task Force 38 'which is undergoing' a training perioti - in the Western Pacific-China Sea area. • For Sale 7 week old. Fox Terrier Puppies. Black and white—tan and white. Frostburg Farm . Service, Phone 599-J, Frostburg, Md. Adv. T Dec. 20-21-22, N Dec. 21-22-23 FOR SALE Woman's white hockey shoe' Ice skates, size 8. Phone G2-J, Frostburg, • ' Adv.—N-T-Doc. 21 • Ladies Aid Group Will Assist Needy 'GRANTSVILLE—Plans for the distribution of food and money to the needy families "of nearby communities were made at a recent meeting of the Maple Grove Ladles' Aid Society held at the hoine of Mr. and Mrs. Galen Beachy. The group also presented a' gift of canned goods to Mrs. Walter Ashmore, a. member who , recently moved to Baltimore. Mrs. Perry Wilburn told the story, 'Silent Night," and also read, "The Christmas Story". A trio composed of .Mesdames Elmer Green, Alvin Bowser and Clyde 'Bowman, sang 'Redeemer Divine". Christmas decorations were used and refreshments served. Twenty- two members and several guests were present. The next mee'.lng will be held at the home of Mrs. Wilburn on January 4. ' • Cub r»c!-. F»rt.y The Christmas party of Cub Pack Group 49 was held recently in the social room of the Reformed Church. George Delferibach, Cub master, and David Lewis were in charge. Thirty Cubs and their mothers were present. Games were .played,' presents exchanged and refreshments served. The room was decorated in keeping With the Christmas season. Sunday School Party The Reforijied Church Sunday School classes of Mrs. David Lewis and Mrs. Floyd Durst wer>- entertained with a Christinas party recently at the home of Mrs. Durst. Games and music featured and refreshments were served. Per*on»l« Mrs. Mollie Frost Turner is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stanton. Miss Jane Bender, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Bender, a student at Strayer Business College, Washington, is home for the holidays. pfc. Robert Smith, Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, is visiting Miss Jane Bender enroute to Scott Air Field Air Base 'for training. Miss Virginia Mickey, Baltimore, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mickey. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ashmore'and family have moved to Baltimore after a. two years' residence here. He was employed with the Garrett County Cooperative Cannery. Dale Kinslnger, son - of Mr. and Mrs.- Roy Kinsinger, and Denver Miller, son of Rev. and Mrs, M. B. Miller, both students at Goshen College, Ind., are home for the holidays, Sunday School Plans Program FROSTBURG — The Sunday School Department of First English Baptist Church, under the supervision of Mrs. Emily • Stewart, will present its Christmas program Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the church auditorium. Mrs. Stewart will be assisted by the teachers. The Junior Girls will give » pageant, "Heart Gifts", and the Junior Boys will present "Light* Along The Road." . ftefreshments will be served In the Sunday School room and a '.Islt from Santa Claus bringing presents to the children will climax the event. A Christmas drama, "Holy Night", by Mary M. Russell, will be Riven Sunday evening at 1:30. Fourteen girls will comprise the angel chorus: Mary Virginia -Wlebrccht, .Ellen Ann Morgan, Neva Geary, Edith Plummer, Virginia Lee Rees, Shirley White, Shirley .McKenzJel Donna Ramhoff, Marjorie Hosken, Sally Miller, Kay Wlnebrenner, Sally Stewart, Jean Stevenson and Shirley Burkett. Mrs. George Pugh will portray the angel soloist. Others talcing part will be Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fritz, Mrs. Earl Richardson, Melvin E. Ward, Rev. Donald Vosseler, Mrs, Bray Thompson, William Thomas, Glen Workman, -William Hawkins, Danny R'ees, Jack Wlnebrenner, Mri. Chester Stewart and James Ellas. FOR SALE Kitchen Cabinet, Table, 4 Chairs. 72 -Mt. Pleasant Street, Phone 12-M Frostburg. Adv.—N-T-Dec. 21 GENERAL REPAIRS On All Make Automobiles Expert Body and Fender Repair Work ST. CLOUD MOTOR CO. Fro*tburr, Md. Fhone 441 leaving names and addresses. Residents of Frostburg and surrounding areas arc eligible. The contest is for exterior decorations only and Judges will announce the winners Friday. First prizes is $25; second, $15, 'and third, J10. row, no entries will be accepted af ter 9 o'clock tonight. i Robert Knrlowa heads the com-j mlttee in charge. Deadline Today For Entries In Yule Contest- FROSTBURG—Today at 9 p. m. is the deadline for submitting entry Children's Party HeldByY.W.C. LONACONING—•Members of the Young Women's Club entertained their children recently with x Christmas party at Jnmes Maris the deadline lor submitting cniry w ","""" >"""•' " -"; ~ „", blanks for the exterior home dec-fall's Confectionery. Santa Claus orating contest sponsored by the! distributed presents rrwthnro- Tm'<iin<>« As^nriiLinn i Those attending included Chailes .Hs^V^S^ 1 ^*?*? where contestants may enter by Getty, James Getty, uonna jean Thomas, John Grindle, John Fra- zce, Charles Davis. Katherinc Ann Inskecp, Beverly Ann Bell, Randolph- Bell, Mary Lynn McCormick, Sally, Marian, Camille and Dianne Stelding Lydia Reeves, Stephen James, 'Aden Miller,' Jr.. Wade, Charles and Edward Grove, Helen ,. ro «,„ | Condon, Roderick Honing, Jr., Hugh More than a dozen have entered!and Judy Atkinson Ralph Neff the contest, the first- of its kindi Barbara Ann Kolish John and sponsored by the Association. j Jerry Keyes. Rob and Sue Steid- As the Judging will begin tomor- ing, Mary . E Izabcth Kcycs and . ... . .... "O „ T.V-,rt i>rt TJnrvil I t.rtl^ Barbara Hamilton. Adult Choir Sin The Presbyterian Carols Adult Choir Church To Hold Yule Eve Service FROSTBURG — A ' candlelight Christmas Eve service win ; be held at the First Presbyterian Church from. 11 o'clock to midnight. The service will be conducted by Rev. John Cameron Taylor, pastor, who will present two readings, "The Night Before Christmas" and "Sing A Song Of Christmas." The Senior Choir, under the direction of Franklin H. Chermock, will sing several selections including "Sleep of The Infant Jesus," The organist will be Mrs. Kay Elvin Dwyer, who will play the prelude, offertory, and postlude in, addition to accompanying the choir and soloists, Mrs. Joseph' Linn, contralto, will sing, "In Old Judea," by Glebel; Albert T. Camp, tenor, will sing. "I Wonder As I Wander," an Appalachian carol arranged by John sang carols in all parts of the town following the Sunday .evening service. The choir was entertained friends a recent afternoon. Primary grades were under the direction of Miss Jacob Mrs. John C, Taylor, Early Deadline Set For Sunday Paper All. news from . correspondents and regular contributors for The Cumberland Sunday Times should be in The-Times- office by Friday noon to assure publication. Spot news 'and obituaries will be handled ns usual on Saturday. Church Choirs Will Hold Union Service LONACONING — The Young Peoples Choir, of the Presbyterian Church and the Methodist Church Choir will be in charge' of the Midland Firemen Plan Yule Party MIDLAND—The,, 'annual .Christmas party for children of the Midland area will be held by the Mid-': land Volunteer Fire Company-Friday afternoon. ' The party will start with, a free, movie by Lionel Ward Opera House, After the movie; the Junior Girls Choir of Grace .Meth-^ odist Sunday • School will sins Christmas- carols af the .Fire Hall under the direction of Mrs.-Herbert Stevens. - • ' .. ' . Santa Clans'will distribute candy,, nuts and oranges to the children, and pictures of the party will be taken. • '.' .-..'•'' Other community organizations. viiv/ii if*** ft — u - - KJLIiUi UUUmiUJl*uj wi (j**i.A**«iif*w*-w music during the union candlelight| contributing to the treat .arc Mid- Christmas service at the Presby-' land Post No. -156, American Legion; terian Church at,0:30 p,m. Christ- Hope Council No 30 Junior Order; mas • Eve. The processional will be "O, Come All Ye Faithful" and the anthem will be "O Holy NiRht." Solos will be sung by Miss Colleen Smith, of the Presbyterian choir, and Wil- in the nianse by Rev. and Mrs. C H. Gosliorn. School Yule Program „„_ _.... „. The Dctmold School presented its!on the.organ. Christmas -program for parents and Rev. C. H. Goshoni and Rev. Tioga Tribe No. 32G, Red Men; United'Mine Workers and .Ladies Auxiliary of (he Fire Company. > The- fire comany committee in charge includes Joseph Monahan, John Blair, Richard Hawkins, Jr.,, Richard Hotchklss, Harry Blair, >ir MISS vema Hu Bh McGann. James P. Stakem. th'n rhnir? andl lsaa c Stakem, Harry Youngblood, will accompa y Wllbert Crowe, Charles Foutz, Rich- will accompany ^ Hawk]nS| Sl .^c}\ltOTd Knippen- and Paul Johnson, choir. of Fourth, Firth Gail, Dunn. The and Sixth Grades . . . John E. Stacks ' will conduct the service. Personals were directed by Miss Verna Miller. Following the program Santa Claus distributed gifts and a treat was given by the Parent-Teacher Association: MJS. Ralph Neff and son. Ralph, Jr. arc visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Windom, Baltimore, visited here. Jerry Trost is visiting in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. W. Marshall Fatkin left Friday for Florida nnd Cuba where they will spend the holidays. VFW Kiddy Parly FORT ASHBY, W. Va.—The Fort i Grand Master Will Visit Westernport IOOF Lodge WESTERNPORT—Robert Young, Cumberland, grand master of the grand lodge of Maryland, and his staff will pay their official visit to Philos Lodge, IOOF, here.tomor- row night. A program will be presented following the lodge session. Refreshments will -be served. , ., berg and Blair Schillingburg.. Christmas Treats Planiied At Barton BARTON—Two Yule treats will be presented to Barton children this- holiday season. • ••• . •' Barton Post No.-'189, American Legion, will hold a Christmas entertainment" at 'the Legion home tomorrow.from 2 to 4 p. m. Santa Claus will distribute gilts. : ' Local 253, United Mine Workers, will >play host to the. children of Barton Friday at 2 p. m. -in.^the Firemen's Hall. -' ' '• _ ", , £\JJM Jft&ZUJ J. , 'T. V O" J. .IV. ~ W. W soprano, "Rejoice Greatly, 01 Ashby Veterans 'of Foreign Wars Daughter Of Zion," from Handel's i w m De nos t to children of. the corn- Messiah"; Miss Jo Ann Corklexwillljjju^'jty between the ages of 4 andi , I sing "There's A Song-In The Air,"| anc j ^ at a Christmas .party today j ,|by Harrington, and Miss Betty Annjf rorn 5 to 9 p. m. The Post will fur~ i Hanna, soprano, "O Holy Night," by j nish. refreshments, toys and enter' Adams. ' , I tainment. The ' service will conclude with' Industrial Films Popular With W. Virginia Groups MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — A group .of 55 films, mostly on industrial subjects, being distributed by the Audio-Visual Aids Department of the West Virginia University Library are gaining popularity with state users, it was reported by Budd L. Gambee,- director. The films are 'provided rent free, to various organizations with users paying the cost of postage .and insurance. The films were giver, to the library by the Vocational Department 'of the West Virginia State Board of Education after they had been received from the U.S. Office of Education. Hornemakers Club Meeting Postponed WESTERNPORT —The meeting of the Westernport Homemakers Club, scheduled tomorrow evening, has been cancelled because of the .illness of Mrs. George Erode. ' Members may take food, clothing and toys to the, home of Mrs. Z. Clyde Kalbaugh, 113 Church Street, before Friday for a box for a needy family. Siren To Blow FROSTBURG—According to Fire Chief Woodrow Layman, the Frostburg Fire Department will begin blowing the siren, on. top of the Fire Hall, Water Street, each evening at 6 o'clock beginning- Thursday. The practice will be continued during the winter months, carol singing by the congregation, including "O Come All Ye Faith- Feted AfShower ful," "The First Noel," and "Silent | GRANTSV ILLE - Miss' Rachel Nl K nt -" , ., ... ! Holmes and Miss-Carolyn Wallace! The service is open to the public., honored with a surprise food| and canned goods shower-at their | studios recently. "The Literary club! sponsored the event. Children To Be Feted By Moorcficld Legion MOOREFIELD, W. Va,—Moore- fleld Post, American. Legion,. will hold a Christmas party for children of the community Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Legion Home. W. H. Toohey, post commander, has announced a dance will be held New Year's Eve for members. Music will be furnished by the Rhythm Kings. R. A. Thorn, assistant state adjutant and field secretary of the state department, was a recent speaker at a post meeting. SLEDS AND SKIS SLEDS Flexible Flyer and Monoplane Skis 5 ft. to 7 ft."' Complete with Binders Baby Dolls Yi Off Ummtrt Bros, Paint & Hardware 149 E. Main St. Frostbuir Phone 360 TUESDAY MAT. - NITE PALACE "CORONER CREEK" Starring Randolph Scott - Marjutriti Chcpman STARTING WEDNESDAY — "THE FUGITIVE" TUESDAY LYRIC NITE ONLY Double Feature "The Counterfeiters" i SUrrinj John Stilton / Dfirl<t Mcrrlck ' > "Back Trail" . Starring Johnny >f»ck Brown JUST ARRIVED! in time for the snow and CHRISTMAS SLEDS - SLEDS - SLEDS Large ones, small ones and red ones. All in modern design .for safety and speed. Come in today and make your choice. Charlie's sleds are the best and his prices are even better. SNOW SHOVELS FOR THE YOUNGSTERS T«ach Them to Work WMI« Thiy Ploy. CHAS N HILL Froitburg Never Wait Till a Cold Gets Worse Get right after stuffy head-cold distress where trouble is! Put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol in. each nostril and feel relief start instantly/ Va-tro-nol's foiit-aclmg medication relieves miimy i distress, helps clear clogging mucus, i opens stulted-up nose and IcU you breathe again. For best results, use it at first warning sniffle or sneeze. Vicks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops. Aclvtjrtiseintmt GREAT REDUCTIONS FOR YOUR LAST-MINUTE SHOPPING Get Better Gifts for Less Were Tricycles .............. $19,95 Tricycles 14,95 Tricycles ... 13,50 Wagons, Greyhound 9,95 Wagons .-•........---.- U-95 Scooters • 7,95 See-Saws 12,95 Chrome Table and Chairs Set 13,95 Doll Bassinettes .'.. 8,25 Doll Cradles 3,75 Rocking Horses ... 6,95 Spring Horse 5,95 Child Rockers ..:... 6,95 Platform Rockers ....... 7,50 Now $12,50 11,50 10,50 7,50 8,95 5.50 7,95 8.50 5,95 1,95 3,95 3,95 4,95 4,95 BAKER'S Phone 85 Frontburf. #! # Pre-Christmas Coat Sale I e • Every Coat REDUCED #? #1 #! #! #! #! #! #! 'Of- #? #! #? Good Assortment of Sizes and Colors OF FROSTBURG

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