Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 22, 1948 · Page 16
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FROSTBURG And Western Maryland News Evening Times, Wednesday, December .22, 1948 Miss Hilda Clark Crowned Queen Spotlight At Dance . "WESTERNPORT — Miss Hilda Clark, a senior, was crowned "Queen .Spotlight HI" by Principal John W.• Fisher last night at- the annual • Spotlight Dance sponsored by the • Journalism Class of . Bruce • High .School in -the school auditorium.' Francis Cowatch. also a Senior, was the queen's escort. • Seniors in the court were Janet Randalls .and Richard . Rinard; • Junior Class, Nancy Thiclan and Robert Tichnell, and Sophomore 'Class, Patsy Brendlen and William . McKenzie, • Other schools were represented by . Patsy Tasker and Charles Lattimer, Tort Hill High School, Cumberland; Doris Householder and David Wag- -oner. Fort Ashby, W. Va:, High School: 'Phyllis Rigglemari and Lew Ayers, Potomac, State School, Keyler; • Mary Lipscomb and. Donald •Adams, Keyser High School; Joan •.Lambert and Evers SmlQi, Jr., Pied- •mont High School; Sally McGoye -Mid "William Thompson, St. Peter's High School,' WesternjSort. ' John Pritts, of the Seventh Grade at Brace High School was the crown bearer. Following the coronation i the fol- • lowing program was-presented in honor of the Queen'and her escort: • Vocal solo, Russell Fitzgerald, "White Christmas": two.plano solos, Russell DeVorc, and a Vocal 'trio, Martha Ann Kenny, Bernadette Pendergast and Donna Ellas of St. Peter's " School. •• Miss. Katherine Harris, who 'acted «.i master of ceremonies, presented Miss Margaret Thomas, Instructor, of- the "Spotlight," with the school paper, a corsage in behalf of the .• Journalism Class. The queen and her escort led the ' grand march. Music for the dance was provided by the Aristocrats. • The auditorium was decorated for the Yuletide' season, Choir Will Sing Midnight Mass FROSTBXJRG — Mrs. Anthony Bol- Tlno, director . of the St. Michael's • Church Senior Choir,- has arranged ;» program for the midnight mass -Christmas Eve. ; Carols to be sung preceding the •mass include "Angels We Have ;Beard On High," old French melody; i"See! • Amid the Winter's Snow," ^Mendelssohn; "What Lovely Infant 'Can This' Be?"- children's .carol; -"Sleep. Holy Babe," traditional, and '••^The First Noel." ;.. During mass ihe choir will pre; -tent The Proper of ' the Mass. "In jlNativitate Domtni," "Missam In J ,_Noct«," by A. Edmonds Tozer; Ordinary of the Mass, "Missa Rosa 'Mystic," by Vito Carnevali; kyric, ~tloria,- proper-graduale, ordinary, _credo, proper, offertorlum,- supplementary offertory, "O Mira Nox," ^ty Adam; ordinarj-, sanctus, bene- agnus del, ' At the com- •*munion, "Adeste Fidells," by V. No- rvell'p and "OTMes Praeclora," ^Charles Gounod. "'' Following inass, "Silent Night, ?Eoly Night" will- be sung. ' Mrs. "XJenevieve Goldsworthy. • will play corgan accompaniments. ' ' ^ Pastor Feted :JAt Christmas Event- .:V OLDTO'WN— Rev. and Mrs. T. E. -Richardson, the former the 'pastor 'of Old town 'Methodist Church, were •^honored with a Christmas party at J-'thelr home by members' of the con- ^gregation. --. Those present were Mrs. Avcle -Crabtree, Mrs. -Chester. Carder, Mrs. ""Delbert' Wilson, Barbara -Kay Allen, 'Urs. Vernon Livengood, Mrs. Ann '•-Kerns, Mrs. James Shaw and Miss •;Grace Sheeley. -... Mrs. C. W. Shanholtz, Mrs. Elsie ^"^Ileld, Mrs. Sue' McFarland, Mrs. -Catherine Zaphf, Mrs. Michael ."'•Twlgg, Mrs. Goldle Dolan, Mrs. Nct- -,tie Davis, Roxanna Dolan, Mrs. Summers and Ross F. -•Shaw. General' Textile 'Mill :~To Be Closed For Week' '-'• LONACONING—The 80 workers ^___ ^employed at the .General Textile T T r -mvi >,oro «-ni hn furiouched'from 521. J. b- Cannon Early Deadline This Week For Sunday Paper All news from correspondents and regular contributors for The Cumberland -. Sunday- Times of December 20, .should be In'- The Times office 'by Friday-'noon to assure publication. Spot' news .and obituaries will be handled • as usual on Saturday. Mine Workers Unit To Sponsor Party BARTON—Local No. 2523,' United Mine Workers, will'present a party and treat for trie children' of the community Friday'at. 2 p, m. in the Armory of Barton Hose Company NO. 1. ' '' .' . • Rev: Wendell Allen,, pastor of First Methodist Church; Rev. Stanley S. Jewell, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, and Monsgr.. An- thonj- Scarpatl, pastor of St. Peter's Eagles Auxiliary Holds Yule Party FROSTBURG—The Ladies Auxiliary to Frostburg- Aerie No. 1273, Fraternal -Order- of Eagles, held its first Christmas party Monday evening in the Eagles, club rooms following, a brief. business meeting. Yuletide decorations predominated. with a large:Christmas tree-centering the room, .under which -gifts were placed and .later .distributed by Mrs. Beatrice La Porta as "Santa Glaus." •'•':'• •'. " , ..Mrs. -Pearl Eberly,' .chairman of the entertainment committee, presented a program that" Included a -song. Let's Have An 'Old-Fashioned Christmas,"-by; (reading, "Christmas- Gifts," -Idella. Stevens; song, ."Silent.Night,.Holy Night'.', by the quartette, Nell'Kennedy, Ursula Dunn, Lydia Biller and Edna.En- gle. Miss Audrey Rice' entertained with tap. and acrobatic dances.: Mrs. Biller played the piano accompaniments: - . . -CoVers were laid for 30 members and- a. • guest. Favors of colored Christmas candles .containing, .the names of secret sisters -were distributed and revealed. The evening was concluded with a covered dish supper served, -by Mrs. Mollle Dudley and her committee,'Blanche Festerman,- Prima Often. Rhea Norris, Mary LaPorta and Beatrice LaPorta. Others attending • • were Anne *, 1VT L. '" ' \_ I ** V<l W JCiO Jllll*CllUlll(> \>tit JAJlill- Church, Westernport, will give brief | S1 ~ nnc>n| phyllls Bendcr . Marg aret talks. Carols will be sung by a group Lavin, Sadie LaPorta, Veronica Tip- oe sung oy * BTOU-U , • Kriclc A 5tevenS( CIaus -rda Rice Mae Stevens Cornelia will distribute treats. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Harmon Gan- "j^" non, Thomas I. Metz, Noah Seaman) mf ^ and George SaviU -Freda Rice, Mae Stevens, Cornelia Lancaster, Marj' .Nickel,' Anna James,. Margie Finzei, Novella Dun- Twlggr . j pester- R.J.CatiotoWed Miss Alma Shreve WESTERNFORT — Mr. : - and • Mrs. Scott Shreve, 451 Walnut Street, announce'the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Alma Lucile, to Robert'Joseph Caho, son ' of Mr. and Mrs..Albert,Caho, .Washington. The double ring candlelight ceremony will" be performed Sunday, January. 2. at. 4:30 p.- m. In First Presbyterian Church, Piedmont, by Rev. Robert Campbell, pastor. Miss Shreve Is a graduate of Bruce High School, "Westernport, and Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Cumberland, Class of 1944. For three and one-half years Miss Shreve was employed on the staff of Prince Georges General Hospital, Cheverly, Md. At .present .she-is employed as nurse by the Army Map Service, Washington. •The prospective bridegroom attended schools In' Washington and served in the U. S: Navy during World War II. ' He is now employed in reproduction division of the Army Map Service. I man, • Mary Stneltz. Brief Mention K. of C. lo Entertain With Egg Nog; Party FROSTBtTRG—Frostburg Council No.. 1442, Knights of Columbus, will entertain Saturday from 2 to 5 p. m. with an egg nog party, for members and women guests. .The Christmas party will be held In the club rooms with a program of Yuletide diversions. On New Year's Eve the council will hold Its annual dance with music- by Barry's Orchestra. The a3air -will be semi-formal -.with dancing from. 10 p. m. Friday to 1:30 'a. m. Saturday. Carl Delaney, Hugh- Nolan and Hnrry Davis are in charge of ar- .rangements. Former Frostburger's Stories In Magazine , . FROSTBURG —William Chambers, former resident, is the 'author of "Mustang Reunion," which appears in the January, 1949, issue of Double Action Western. Chambers, who resides'in. Sacra- Arnold and Annie IMiss Small Guest At N.Y. Wedding v Miss Joy Small, ' Washington, daughter of Mr. and : Mrs. Fred T. Small, 23 Washington Street,-'was- among - the guests attending- the wedding in New .York, December 18, of. Miss Mary Hill and Arthur Twining• HadJey, 2nd,, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hadley. New York and Glen Cove, L. I. Tile ceremony was performed in the chapel of Riverside Church, by the Rev. Dr. Norris L. Tibbots. The bride, who. was a classmate .. Miss Small's at Garrison Forest School, Washington, has been a frequent visitor at the Small home. She. is the daughter.,of . the late George Washington Hill, a .president of the American Tobacco Company. She. is a.' graduate, of.:Vassar College;' Poughkeepsie. .N. Y., and is an associate fashion editor ol DeMolay Degree ToBeGrred Ofl 8 Vogue magazJne. -She is a.member of- the Vassai- Cluh of. New. -York and the Green Split?: Valley Hunt Club and, is z. .provisional member of-the New York- Junior-• League. Mr. Hadley- is an..alumnus of Groton School and Yale. His paternal grandfather, the-'-late.-Arthur Twining 1 Hadley, was. a-president of Yale. Be served as- a captain-- with i the: Army in the Second Armored | was eight"-* ' second,_or_.DeMolay Degree, at the mee,tlng,qf, the Cum-., berland Chapter. Order b_f, DcMolay at the Masonic.Temple*tonight. The first,degree was" conferred November 24. ,- ,"•',.• '? \* f* Members of'the DeMolay degree team are Master. Inquisitor Alan Sweitzer, Senior.'*Inquisit6r Robert Starcher, Juriiorlhquisltor George Lcyh; Jacques DeMolriy; ATv-1 n Storey, Marshal ofHhe ! 'Commission Harry Diehl, .'Lord'^Constable of . Prance J. Jacob'-' Hafeiv'Jr:, Guy of Auvergne John-'- Xtfu'guia;-'' Guards. Jack:Mansfield, Louis Everstme-and Jack Parker. •••>'' .•--'•'• -' ,: Cards- may--be' obtained at-.tonight's meeting to : admit-'members - l'Rit""d£rtce .lor De-. lo.-.the ScottislV'Rite""d£rtce .lor De-. .. Molay members- at the.'Shrine Club tomorrow night? ' "•[.-$- •-'•'• •• . x MOOSE ENTERTAIN. CHILDREN—The children of , the Tri-Towns section were treated to a Christmas party, complete with Santa Claus and gifts, Monday evening in the home of Piedmont Lodge, L. O. O. Moose. Santa distributed candy, nuts and oranges to' the group. Contests Feature Yule Celebration WESTERNPORT — The Young Adult Bible Class of the Church of the Brethren held a Christmas party a recent evening at the home-of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Burke. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ted Metcalfe were ni --charge of the entertainment which included carol singing. In a Santa Claus dressing contest, Mrs. Bertha Hackett, Mrs. Zcna Hartma:i, Leonard Marsh and. Chester Shimer won prizes. wood had the fastest time. Miss Lucy Hartig, student at University of Maryland, .College Park, Is spending the ho-idays with' her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. .Martin Hartig. Depot Road. : - - . • -.The.Badminton Club will not meet .tonight because of the floor being refinished at Beall High' School. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, December' 29. - The Junior and Primary Departments of Shaft Methodist Sunday- School will ' present- a 'Christmas program Thursday evening at 7:30 in the church. , ' John Glenn'Beall; student nt Yale . .. University, and Richard Beall, stu- Slate Moonshiners Work Overtime On Yule Spirits I BALTIMORE — (IP) — Maryland moonshiners .are working overtime ee; their orders for Christmas Baltimore Seeks To Extradite Man Held In Virginia HARRISONBURG, Va.—W)—Baltimore authorities have sent extradition • papers to the Governor of Maryland for John Edward Webb, Jr..- held here for police of that state. Webb, captured aboard a pas•| senger bus near' Charlottesvllle on v/ood had the neatest package andj 'He was charged by Virginia au- Rev. J.. Z. Dettra and John Small- thoritles with being a fugitive from Maryland justice and with posses- Refreshments were served andjslon of a stolen automobile, movies were .shown by Dorseyl The extradition papers, according Rogers. Gifts were presented to j t 0 captain Henry J. Kriss. chief of Mrs, Zena- Hartman. the teacher, Baltimore detectives, charge Webb and S. K. Pike, assistant teacher. Fifty-six members-attended. dent at, McDonoiigh School, Baltimore, are spending the holidays with their parents, Rep. and Mrs. J.| Glenn Beall: Va., is spending the holiday,, with his parents, Mr and Mn -Joseph I R. Durst &sttr • super . • ^ oi! enforcement' fcr the Alcoholic Tax Unit, Fifth Die- Mr. r Mrs. Garritano- Koehler; - who has. been raiding wimumu, Spring Street, received word their son, Fvt. William Garr left Camp Kilmer, N. J., yesterday for Germany where he will serve with the U. -S. Air Force. , *U co\ f ers ,„„ t . ..„ Virginia. Nor'tlTcarolina and. the District of Columbia.- He. says Maryland does not turn-out as-much ..moonshine as the other three states, but man- Mr and Mrs./Glenn MoseleySI ver eo ° been . and OI 5plrlts Christmas holidays. . • The Church of the Nazarcnc v,m hold its annual Sunday School Christmas program Saturday at 7.JU -Membjrs of the Bible Schooi p. m, will 'give-readings- and stag carols Members will exchange gifts and a treat will be served. .Mrs.'Lottie Loar, superintendent of the school, will be hi charge. Orphanage Furnace Repaired By Groups LUKE—Through trie cooperation of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company and Luke Local No. 67G, United Paperworkers of America, the furnace at the Burlington Orphanage has been repaired. An .-appeal was made to. Wayne mento, Calif., where he is employed| B j tcl: i Ci Westernport, 'president of by the American,Railway. Express C6mpany,. has had several other stories published. 'Chambers Is a son of . the late Magistrate and Mrs, John Chambers and is a brother of Leo and Francis Chambers, this city. here will be furloughed 'from "-'Friday to JanuSry 3 because of • tlack" business and Inventory, ac- ""cordlng to Charles W. Walter, super- '-Intendent. -i The mill has reduced: personnel -ilrom 200, and has been working on ""a 32-hour week' for, the past two -months.' -"-.. Walters said those laid off should ^report - at the. Lonaconlng- Council ^Chamber on December 28 or' Jan- .Tiary 3 to apply for Workmen's .''Compensation. - '• Returns To States BARTON—Mr. and .Mrs. Harmon Gannon have been notified' that their son, Tech. Sgt. James L. Gannon, ' and his wife have returned "rom the Philippine Islands- and • are residing in Sherman. Texas, where Sgt. 9 Gannon is attached to,the Air Force. Enfoute 'to the States they visited another son of the Gannons, William. Gannon, who has resided in Honolulu since 1941. -Christmas Story In •"•Jlovies To Be Shown -' : - "FROSTBURG—The Sunday night ^lerrice of First Methodist Church -will include the Christmas story, •""Holy Child of Bethlehem", a film '••In technicolor. --.• This is a presentation of the •Christmas story as told in the Gos- ~pels of St. Luke and St.- Matthew. 'rThe- picture will ba shown at 7:30. •*r ~~ , ^.Congregational Choirs ',-Prepare Yule Program .* FROSTBURG—The . Junior and -Senior Choir of First Congrega- '.".,tlonal Church irfll present a pro"-gram of selected Christmas anthems '^Sunday evening at 7:30 at the • church. ' ' * ' ' -'. Soloists will be Miss Phyllis Sny- jder, Mrs. -Louis Henry, Mrs. Roy - Lancaster and Mrs.' Samuel Mc- Mrs. Guy Mallow will play accompaniments. •-Program Changed "•!' WESTERNPORT — A Christmas Tlprogram, and entertainment sched- for Sunday night at the Mill Methodist Church has • been -, Changed to Christmas night at 7:30. ~A treat will be given to the chll- •j-Veterans Contribute gLots of Gifts He Will Enjoyjj Six Contracting Firms; To Appear Before Jury BALTIMORE— (IPf— Representatives of six contracting firm's will appear' today before- a grand jury .nvestigating -municipal' contracts. Some city officials and others have reported Irregularities in-some cost-plus contract awards. J, Bernard. Wells, state's attorney, said' he would subpoena financial records of the fire department, the city board 'of education, and the bureau of building inspections. • He said an "outside" investigator would be hired to assist In the probe. confiscated! Improving After Operation WESTERNPORT — Harry V. Reeves, Jr., 210 Vine-Street, who •underwent a minor operation in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, is recuperacihg , at. home. Permit Granted Austin Bible, 402 Bond Street, obtained a permit in the -city engineer's; office yesterday to use a room In. a one-story frame building at 400 Columbia Street for wallpaper sales and' display. the Local, by Rev. J. H. Hardesty; Methodist minister of Burlington, saying the home was not comfortably heated and that eight children were In bed with the measles. The - children of the orphanage have been invited to attend Christmas .parties to be held at the Devon'- Club and the Piedmont Opera House on Friday. ' . Local Maryland Weather Forecast Visit In New Jersey WESTERNPORT—Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fisher will motor to Baltimore tomorrow to Join their daughter Grace Fisher, member of the faculty of the Glen Burnie. School and . go to New Brunswick, N. J., where they will spend 'the Christmas holidays. with Mr. • and Mrs; Fisher's son-in-law • and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John '.W.' Bruce. Party Date Changed LONACONING "— 1 A Christmas party • will .be'- held by Martha Washington Chapter No. 10, Order of Eastern Star, at a meeting next Tuesday. .The event was'previously planned for Christmas Eve. Washington, Allcgany and Garrett —Mostly sunny with highest temperature 46 to 50 today. Fair and colder tonight and Thursday. Lowest .temperature tonight 20 to 28. Eastern Shore, Charles, Calvert, Prince Georges, Anne Arundel; Montgomery and Howard—mostly sunny with' highest temperature In the mid-50's today. Fair and colder tonight and Thursday. Lowest temperature tonight 25 to 35. Highest Thursday in upper 40's. Moderate westerly winds becoming northwesterly this afternoon and tonight. Kent, Cecil,. Harford, .Baltimore, Can-oil and Frederick—mostly sunny with highest temperature '52 to 56 today. Fair and colder tonight and Thursday. Lowest temperature tonight 23 to 24. Highest Thursday 45 to 48. Moderate westerly winds becoming northwesterly this afternoon. with a. holdup Tuesday night, December 14, in Baltimore In which 5114 was taken from Delmas Pearson, proprietor of a liquor store. •. Kriss Indicated, however, thru the riling, of "at least 10" charges of armed, robbery against Webb was but a matter of time. • ' Webb was held today in Rock- inghara '.county jail in default of $25,000 bond, awaiting a hearing set for December 30 or. the two charges placed against him by Virginia police. Trial Justice Porter R. Graves set the bond and the hearing date when Webb was arraigned before him.' Minstrel Show Given By Club PARSONS, W. Va. —The BGB Club of Parsons High-School, with Miss Betty'Pat Wilson as'sponsor, presented a minstrel at. an assembly this week. . .... The play. "Hotel Minstrelette," included a cast. of Donna Wlngfleld-, Mice! Carr, 'Margaret E-llen • Barb, Loretta Myers, Winnie Plum, Sally Ann English, -Mary Lou Carr, Martha McDonald, Patty Goff, Lorraine Lo-jshry. Mary Virginia Lewis, Nancy Donalds, Elizabeth Kerr, Juanita Loughry, • Georgia Watring, Carla Miller and Mary Em a Price. Soloists were Miss Carr and Miss English who .also presented a piano duet. During the show Miss Gol'f Division. Mr. and Mrs.. Langdou H: Roper, uncle and aunt of the-bride,-, enter- The. '•annual-; Christmas -"-luncheon. t i, e . Na ve's-Ci ; qss-Road's""'«-H Club tfie^hpme" of- Lucille " - Aaron,-"Lakewobd•FannsV'.'-at which: time-the group'made^p'lans to stag carols tomorrow- nigh't.'^They . . tallied ; with .- a reception at t-he| nleet at the ' home : of'-Beyerly Ben- Cosmopolitah Club afte'r the ..... - -*-•*.•-•;•-•: i-..-- ----- -* » ceremony. ' ., ' :. Mr. and. Mrs. Hadley will' reside in New- York and New Haven. : ar.d Miss English also presented a] dance number. Mary McVicKer Events Briefly Noted The Junior 1 Woman's Civic Club will hold a semi-formal- dance tomorrow-night at the' Cumberland Country Club from 9;to 1 o'clock- Jay Van's Orchestra will-, play. The proceeds of the dance will be. .given to the Cancer Clinic, Fund. •, . Members • of, the. Young Peoples' Department of . the.: First Baptist Church who plar., to go -'carcling Friday- night will meet at. the church at 8 o'clock. - . The Frances E. Wjllard Bible Class of Kingsley Methodist Church held its regular ..Christmas party ar.d turkey dinner- at the. church hall, December. 17,, with. 30 guests present. Rev. • and. Mrs. Kesecksr were guests. " . ."•'•<• . .Chapter -No. 914, Women o£ the Moose.-will-hold a meeting tomor< netc 447'. Baltimore Avenue, , s at 9 o'clock, to' start;^a?^caroling..' trip around'the city;-'"^'-—'^' •• •• A Christmas-'- tree .centered. the .. decorations,.- secret'-sisters • -were - revealed and- gifts ; exchanged. ... Mothers. opresenV'included Mesdames Richard'-^Aarpn". Eve. Brinkman,.John Johnsbn^RolJert Streett,. Howard Pish«r;'rThomaS"-Wotrmg, Mary Ne-ubi-scr L ^and- Vincent Lindner.'' .. T,I.-:I: ; >.«>ISXV .'Members • - presen£ r ' >> were Patty . was pianist .for tlae program arid row-night at 8 at the Moose Home. Each member is. to bring :an inex- sang several' selections.. Officers of the club vice president':. Miss Plum, reporter; and Miss Lewis,) secretary. • Tvho! pensive jingle gift. | The'Ladies Auxiliary and; Volun- ss i teer Firemen of Bowman's Addition i-.-i j will sponsor a Christmas' play, and " ' entertainment at the Fire Hall to- Miss SITUATION: You sending out Christmas cards, many.of, taem . g 0 j llg ^ friends, in other cities The car Webb is charged with | C hat you write to only infrequently. stealing in -Maryland was" found j wrecked in South River on Monday' near Grottoes, Va. Webb denied any connection with ..the car» Trucker Overcome By Carbon Monoxide SOMERSET, Pa.—A New York State truck driver had a narrow escape from death yesterday morn- Ing when he was overcome by carbon monoxide fumes while sleeping in the cab of his truck. William McNutty, 41. Woodside, Long Island, told attaches at Somerset Community Hospital he pulled 'off the Pennsylvania -Turnpike near Somerset to catch some sleep early yesterday morning and left the heater in the cab running. Abou: 6 a. m. McNutty awoke and was barely able to signal a passing trucker. The driver was] removed to the local hospital for medical treatment and was dis- chai-KCd this morning. WRONG WAY: Don't bother putting a return address on the envelope. Rt-GHT'WAY: Put your full address on your out-of-town cards, so that .those who want-to write a note in return will -have It. SITUATION: When you are hostess to a group the conversation pets on a topic 'and stays on It JJ long the talk is getting dull. WRONG WAY:' Let it go on. until someone else brings Tip another subject. RIGHT WAY: As hostess, realize that it is your duty .to ;guide the 'conversation—so change the subject yourself. • • AUTO LIFE . .' • . For Sale 7 .week old Fox Terrier Puppies. Black and white—tan and white. Frostburg. -Farm . Service, Phone 599-J, Frostbiirg, Md. Adv. T Dec. 20-21-22, N Dec. 21-22-23 Reports Flood Progress Harry V.. Jacobs,-. assistant chief of surveys for the'Ar-'ny.Engineers- was here yesterday and following a check reported progress on the second phase of tile flood control program—the Valley Street, pressure conduit. • . •' • '• • . K S For The Last Minute- Shopper GIFTS r FOR HIM ~^~ LUKK—A Christmas party was | y -^.Jield recently for the students of j" .--.the Luke School.under the auspices -t:af the Luke Parent-Teacher Asso-.'.elation. The -Luke Veterans Club flcaitributed $25 towards expenses. BOB HOHING MEN'S WEAR .E. Moin Srrcet % K K S FrostburgG NOTICE The collection of garbage'throughout the City of Frostburg w'ill be discontinued during the present week. The lost collection for this season will be made, Tues- day, December 21, 1948. All "persons are warned 'against the dumping of ashes-and rubbish in the streets arid alleys of the City. Any person or .persons detected, violating the ordinance pertaining to-same will be prosecuted'.accordingly. ALEX G. CLOSE, City Clerk « MARSHALL C. SKIDMORE, Mayor K. K, Mawhinney 100 D St. Phone 21476 " Kcyscr, W. Va. representing Farm Bureau Mutual Auto Ini. Co. Farm Bureau Mutual Fire • ^ Ins. Co. Farm Bureau Life' Ins, Co. Home Office, Columbus, 0. Health & Accident ^tmtr -VHBV -^^BV -^^™ TAXI CALL 547 Frostburg CUFF & SHORTY'S CAB Frostburg's Newesf. ; .Cob Bus/ness f at -be bc Rev. John Cameron Taylor, pastor of • the Frostburg Presbyterian Church, will conduct the service at the Moffatt Memorial Mission, Barrelville, tomorrow night. The Sunday School .will .have its-, entertainment 'and i treat ..with .stereopticon pictures;on the,-life of Christ,betas shown after,the service.: ...••• The Bowling Green 1 Teen;-.Age Club .will, have a dance .from 8:30 to 11:30 tonight at the Bowling Green Fire. Hall. -. . . . . . A Christmas program, will -be given at 7:30 tonight at trie Rawlings Methodist Church, and at 7:30 tomorrow, night at; the .Dawson Church.". . .'...'-. The Cresaptown .MYF • will, distribute baskets to the needy at 7:30 Genuine Ford Batteries $3.00 Allowance For Your Old Barteriet . Heiskell Motors Phone Frostburjr "9 Brinkman, r, ,Joan . Neublscr, LorettaV ^Wotring,- Alice Pi'siier/Judith-Fisher";- Lucille Aaron, Patricia- Fox; Jean-WcOby, Beverly . Bennett, ' I^fothy^Streett, Edith. . Streett, Lois Ann'tWentling, .TJreula ' Lindner, and Patricia^- Shipway.'- •Mr. and.Mrs.^eslKid S.' Kerns, will : observe • . tbeir'M iltleth ' -wedding: anniversary at home, ' 528 Maryland Avenue, on'as'Day. They will .receive. theiririendFlnformally • during, 'the day. • No- formal celebration will be held, 'due to .Mr. ' recent illness. • . The former'MlsS-'Ella^Roblnson, daughter of:'. Mose^'and.'• -Mary. (Malone) Robrnsor^^ort.Ashby, was married to Mr. y Kerns,' son of ' Augustus/and- Jane 1 . <Clark) : Kerns; Hancock,' • Decembei;^25','";i898. v 'Jiere by the .late Rev. Jaines--E.'Moffitt, D.' D.,. then p~aiMr"oT!Eirst Presbyterian .Church,'"^" j^,",' Mr.- and Mrs. Kerh*.-ire .the par- .- ents of two-' sons,'."'Pelmont Kerns :md Alberti Kerrjs, 0 bothiof. Cumber- land.'-They.'}iave\'ihre'er«randchlldrcn. and' two' great^grandehlldreh:' : '. ' • Mr.•''•Kerns;"* -former ^employe. of th"e- Taylor' Tiri T E]at'e':'Mttl.:' has oe'ea; an -invalid''' since'lbeirjE^injured at. the ; mill. •'• ' :'' ; :-::Uv"'•: ,- ' "'' • j PHotogr'aphic Supplii'l and'Equipmtnt Amilenr ind ' Trof etiiouil . ' Authoriiei'.'Deali'ri " ' •Graflu — Bell. ^and^Howtll— Eaitman Kodak — Argui^RtVrr^-Nafco— "' Victor— DuP6nf^— lel«'. - ' ' " r " ' ' .• - . Zenith " Model Hobby 1 SuppliM. Complete ' tinezsixittihg poorfi '•-.•> Hunting and fiihing -tuppli«i ond ' '" " KEYSER AND CAWERAvSHOP Z.ritda»nt Att: Legionaires DANCE 9 to 12 P. M. Thurs., Dec.23 Legion Home -Piedmont •-.--. Music by Pie Horvcy ond Ed Grose Come and Bring Your. Friend*! :;•• S'f 95 ^ ?a 95 •:. r..r'n"i;"a:i':i i'i 11 i'i DRESS SALE $19.95 for '$10.95-' ,$ .9:95 ;'$ '8,95-. ?. 7.95. ^5:95' .:: ; ;i47 E. ?1 1 1.1 H-H'l ri;lj l^t ITM I'M-l WED. - THUK, PALACE "THE FUGITIVE" Starring Henry Fondo - Dolorei Dei Rio . MAT. - NITE WED. - XHUR. LYRIC MICHAEL O'HALLORAN .'Starring Scotty Beckett-. Allcnc Robcrti MITE ONLY NOTICE TO BIDDERS Bids will be received at the Clerk's office, City — i Hall, Frostburg, Md,, until 7:30 P. M., Monday, January 3, 1949, for the purchase of the lay down timber on the Savage River Pumping Sta- tion tract, caused by the recent sleet storm. MAYOR AND COUNCILMEN OF FROSTBURG, MD. HEY KIDS! DON'T ISSUE PALACE THEillE FROSTBURG Friday Morning Dec, 24th at 10:30 c ON THE SCREEN WHO KILLED "DOG" ROBBIN STARRING * OUR GANG '*" "'' P' U * —A'^ 5-r-' 7 COLOR CARTOONS ALL SEATS ... even- child must have & ticket" ... >• -. a .

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