Pension Payment Figures Reveoied A total of 17,140 was expended by the City of Hagerslown in 1946 for pensions to nine retired fire and police department employes Four retired paid firemen received a total of $3,150 last year, while five ' retired, policemen r ceived' $3,990, according to figure* at the city auditor's office: • • ' Both police and paid firemen are retired at half the pay they were earning at the time they wera Eligible for-retirement. Police are eligible' to retire if they are disabled after is .years service and thei 'e *s no specified age .or length of «errice qualification in the'case of paid firemen, GRANTED DIVORCE Ruth E. Armstrong has been granted a divorce from Robert G. Armstrong. ' - Mary .Jane Brown has been granted an absolute divorce from Maurice West Brown. Hancock Letter , Hancock/ AprU-28. A church conference is'scheduled to come to order at 12:30 p. m. on Thursday, .May 15, .in the Methodist Church-in Hancock. The. general theme of the conference Is "God Calls Us Still," with three addresses in ' the afternoon: . "What Is God's Call?", "God's Call to Stewardship," and "Our Answer to God's Call.'" In the evening session, conference groups and talks are. planned.. The Rev. D. Olney White, of Oklahoma, who is filling the pastorate here; is preparing an interesting program which will be published later. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brannon entertained at a birthday party for their son, Bobby, on his seventh birthday.Friday afternoon at their home. 'Those present included Patty Thomas, Kay- Keefer,. Nell Fost, And French, Carol Ann Mosier, Barbara.Ann Breakall, Mona Diehl, Dixie DeeCrouse, Mary Daniels, Charlotte Brannon, Gene Kerns, Jacie Corbett, Wendell Me- Kinley, Emerson Funk, Trimble Gunnells, and David Daniels. A centerpiece ot spring flowers decorated the table in the dining room, The Mormn* Herald, Ha^erstown, Md. Tuesday, AprU li THREE where ice cream and cake were served. .Mr. and Mrs. David Sowers and Jam ly moved to their newly: built brick, residence here Friday, vacating the Danielton Apartment, which will be occupied by Dr. and Mrs. J. Hurst Smith. Out of town guests who attended JSf Miller-Douglas we< ^tog last Thursday included Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Rider-and daughter, Esther! Mrs Lola Rider and daughter, Mrs Paul Bowers, Mrs.: Charles Murfin Hagerstown; Miss Helen Rankin Mr. and Mrs. Ford Shipley, Berke' f ey ^ Pr ^ gS- The couple motored to New York state on Friday ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^MH^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HiBttHll^^HMI STORE HOURS: DAILY 9 TO 5 - WEDNESDAYS 9 TO 12 SATURDAYS 9 A. M. TO 9 P. •FULL PANEL * JENNY LIND STYLES Cfrv^-c'ifcNjs. ^-T** fcV ANOTHER CARLOAD - SUMMONS INNERSPRIHG MATTRESSES Simmons innerspring mattress ^constructed'Virh resilient, tempered inner coils,'long rearing ticking. Smooth edges, air vents and handles for .easy turning. Full or twin size. Easy Twins— Me terry!* G*Mr|t Miller's Keeps Prices Down Look at These Sensational Valyes! Truly-the most sensational sale of beds in many a year. And if we hadn't gotten a break on this purchase this sale wouldn't be possible. Large assortment of all the popular bed styles including jenny Lind, Four Poster and Full Panel. Available.in baked enameled steel and nicely polished hard wood in walnut or maple. Your choice of full or twin size while they last at Miller's. Anticipate your future needs and save now. On Sorry NOME SOLD TO DEALERS PHOME or MAIL ORDERS Cotton Mattresses Fuji or twin size mattresses Tvitii fluffy cotton filling . . . carefully tufted for extra comfort and wear. Durable ticking . . . well built edges. Onl-> Tempered steel coil sprin with helical top for added resiliency and comfort. Sturdy support for your mattress assuring longer 'wear. Ful'l or twin size. lMi sleep 1 ^ 3bedS f Vm Pr ° vide C ^forta b le rest- for an extra person and theu, "presto" 101 ?! 1 " 8 - 70 "*' 0 ? 11 f ° Id itand ro11 ifc out ! Ur ° y . Steel frame - folds compactly. y on «sters /or storing. Restful cotton jn neavy striped ticking. ore M.i n Store: H.rri.Wg. Br.nch Store.: Sunbgry, Ch.mber.bur,, W.yw.Wo, P..
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