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KEYSER And .West Virginia News Evening Times, Fridayj December 31, 1948 Keyser Churches Plan Prayer Week KEYSER. W. Va:—The churches »nd Ministerium of - Keyser are planning a "Universal W«ek of Prayer" next week in cooperation with the Federal Council -'of Churches of Christ in America. The services will be held in different • churches throughout • the communiy.' The schedule and ministers who will speaK follow: Monday* January 3 — • Lutheran Church, Rev. H. S. Myerly. Tuesday, January 4—Evangelical United Brethren Church, Rev. I. S. Long. Wednesday, January ' 5 — Presbyterian Church, Rev. L: A. Steele. • Thursday, January. 6—Church of the Bretlujen, Rev. B. L: Bridgers. Friday, January 7—Grace Methodist . Church, Rev. J. C.-, B.' Mclaughlin. . All services will'begin at -7:30 p. m. Parsons Couple Nuptials Told PARSONS — Announcement is made o' the marriage of Miss Phyllis McCauley, daugter of Mrs. Eva McCauley 'and the late Clyde McCauley, to Jack Pill, nephew of Miss Mollie Pffl. • The double ring ceremony was solemnized in the Morgantown Baptist Church Sunday evening, December. 19,, with the Rev. M. T. Burroughs, pastor, officiating. • Por-her marriase the bride wore a street length dress of blue wool with accessories of -black and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Miss Wanda Lea McDonald, a Iriend of the bride was maid of honor. She wore a beige suit with preen accessories and carried a corsage of pink roses." .Ralph Evick " the 1 bridegroom as iKSt man. Workers Install Important Link InPoiver System BERKELEY. SPRINGS, W. Va,— Installation of an .important link in the district power. system was effected . recently. despite combating elements. ... •Construction workers-. and linemen of Potomac-Light ijnd Power Company and Potomac Edison Company replaced an obsolete and depreciated five-pole angle, structure on Tonoloway Ridge in : Morgan county. A modern three-pole installation to meet the requirements of the rural, residential, 'and industrial power users was erected in iwplace. The Installation was made on Sunday so there -would be as little interference as possible with system and .local,: operations. Special truck . and tractor •• equipment was transferred, from Hagerstown to assist the crews. Because of the. extremely hilly terrain, a bulldozer was used to clear a half-mile road up the. side of the mountain. From 6 a. m. .until noon, the work was routine. Shortly after 12, however, a light rain began to fall, and Increased to a downpour during the afternoon. The rain changed to sleet and then to snow. By 5' o'clock it was snowing quite heavily, and - at 7 that night, a combination of snow and foe had so enveloped the men that those on the ground—even with the aid of spotlights—could not see the linemen who were working on the'slippery pole tops. In spite of" weather conditions the job was finished about 8 o'clock. The structure had been replaced and power service resumed over this High School, Sylva, N. C., and of Cecil Business College, Ashville, N.' C. She is employed as a stenographer here. . •-...•.•. '• •The bridegroom, a graduate of • J.L1C L>ilUC£i UUU1, a 51ttwt*«n- w. ,, Parsons High School, spent three hard Job well done. and a half years with the Navy and Is now a senior of Davis and Elkins College, Elkiris. The couple will make their home In Parsons. Officers Named By Thomas PTA THOMAS, W. Va.—Mrs. Everett L, Largent was elected/president of the Thomas School Parent-Teacher Association. at the December meet- Ing in the high school 'gymnasium. Other officers arc Mrs. Dorothy Canitlcy, vlee president, and Mrs. Pauline Schoonover, secretary: The membership committee Includes Mrs. Bessie Moran, chairman, Mrs. Carl- Marhar, Mrs. Artie -HelmicJc and Mrs. Ralph Phillips. The program committee is- comprised of Mrs. Bessie Moran, chairman, Mrs. Ida'Pase and Miss Lilia Scliilansky. Those participating Ir. the pro-j gram, directed by Miss Solena'Massij and Miss Virginia Bruce . Boyer, > were: Virginia Close, Emma Jean Wilkins. Judy Carr, Betty Sue Flanagan, Wilda Wolford, Catherine Wardwell, Eileen Bozlc, .John Sturms; 'John .Wardwell, Stuart Cuppett, Harry Sowers, William Close, Mary Francis Adams, Joan Greece, Patricia Moran, Jack- Evans, William Renn. Kathryn Snydcr John Gennantonlo • and' .James White. Fire Escape Installed A new fire escape has been installed at Thomas High-School by Kyle and Company, Clarksburg. Attend SEA Meeting- " Mrs. Bessie Moran, 'Miss • Lilia Schilansky, 'Ernest Knaggs, and Clyde Arnold, members' of the faculty of Thomas Graded School, attended a recent State . Education Association meeting at Charleston. Personals Chairmen Barnes and Kenneth Hann,'students at Davis and Elkins College, are home for the holidays. Charles Schrader, Detroit, is visiting Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schrader.'-' Joseph Persuitti and Edward Sed- mock, IT. ,S.'Army,, spent a few dElys here. • Miss Onnie Nicholas, Elkins, is spending some time visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholas. • James Dawson, student at Potomac-'State School, Keyser, is visiting his wife and daughter.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Arhar and son, Dana, of Washington; Mr. Planet Mercury COoiil.lntloil J'Votn /.''IIKI? 7) to m'nke cheese, remove - yreasis stnins, and physic the cat. Many ol Its hints they already know, but enjoy as reminders wittily presented filter the almanac style popularized by Benjamin Franklin's Poor Richard. Its most, cited feature. | however, Is Its prediction of weat.n- ler for every day In,the year. ! BenefiUlDtf from . past experience, the weather forecasts are often right. Even'when plainly labeled as conjecture, they are welcome as gospel by many readers. About each almanac's weather predictions, legends ol uncanny accuracy sooner or later spring, up. They -arc built around astounding instances that can versa. be cited, chapter and Flames Destroy Home I»-Morgan BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va.— After thinking a flue fire had been extinguished, Frank L. Weber, who resides near Stotler's Cross Roads, later discovered flames engulfing the roof of his home. A flue lire In the chimney wax discovered by.the family nbout G:30 p.m., .Christmas. After •this .had burned out all danger wns thought to be over as no trace of fire could be found. A few moments later 1 a roaring noise was heard on the outside. Thinking the noise came from an airplane Weber went outside and discovered flames--leaping from the top of the house, ;He rushed into the house aad attempted to retrieve Moose Drive Open* THOM'AS, \V..V».~Thomas I/ldft* No,'in:», Lo.VnJ Order ol Moorto, Imvr opunud a tiiumbcmhlp drive. Captains are Joseph DePollo, Harry DiBacco, Leasure Lik.es, Joseph Royce and Peter Matallion. • ! The Old Farmer's. Almanac has; his money but the-roof fell in before beeT published In New England *' ™" H ™" h <- !l » < M °" d fl ° 01 without Interruption since 1701!. At- stage in preparation of Its 1816 he could reach the second floor. The money, reported to total more than $2,300, and the contents of the ,, home were destroyed. Hre Com- SHERTFF-EIECT F. G. DAVIS F. C. Davis To Begin Third Term As Mineral Sheriff and power service rehumvu uvci vuto ana son, i^«uiu, ui vYtvoniuB'''^, -••"• important line section connecting| an( j-Mrs.- Andrew Arhar, Arlington, T^j-yMv,** T^icrtn'c .Astsr.ftm nnd west- VQ .Mr nnrt Mrs .TnrnftS 5J.eedv- and Potomac Edison's-eastern and western territories. E. Millard Dunham, Potomac i tne 1 onaegroom as oes\> man. ^- .-"•-'"- — --- -— • 0 __i_ 0<1 S . Pill is. a graduate of Sylva Light and Power's Berkeley Springs - - - district manager, commenting on i., -Mr. and Mrs. James Reedy and son, Miss Elenore DelSIgnore, Miss Virginia DelSignore and.Miss Elvira DelSignore, all of- Washington, were recent guests of Sante DelSignore. this' project; .said, "The men whoj johri Borsnick, Cleveland, is •visit- blllO JJ1WJI.I.U, . ^«..«, finished this installation under.the most trying of circumstances are certainly-to be complimented for a KEYSER,- W. Va.— Tomorrow will] mark the third time since. 1933 that| p/• I/,,,^/^ F, G.. "Ginger" Davis has taken til" Alul ail 9 over the. Court House offices of the sheriff of Mineral County, and in view 'of his 'experience should have little trouble getting geared for, the job. , . . Another unusual angle of Davis administration is the fact that for the first time in the history o: Mineral county a woman deputy ' sheriff has been at the be- Hats destroy or damage 200 million bushels of grain annually. Supper Held By Auxiliary Unit THOMAS, W. Va—The Ladies' Auxiliary of the. Thomas Vounteer Fire Company held a covered; dish supper at the City Hall a recent GOOD/YEAR - TIRES ^ STEIN LA MOTOR COMPANY 111 S. Mechanic - Phone 2550 Best Wishes for f Uillllfci' Those-attending were Mrs. Mura ooper Mrs. Anne Wench, Mrs. Tony Terrano, Mrs. P. J. Blosser, M'-s W S. Devore, -Mrs. Henny Suder ' Mrs. Pauline Schoonover, Mrs. Kvangeline Phelps and Mrs. Golden P0.SC Mrs. Clinton Pierce, Mr. and-Mrs. ' E. Mosser, Mrs. Evelyn Schrader, Mrs. Evelyn Jones, Mrs. Nora: Nicholas Mrs. Lawrence Arnold, Mrs. C. G. Cross, Mrs. Bert -Pase .and Mrs, Betty Pase. ' ' Bert Pase, Robert Nicholas,-Ray Jones, Miss.Chrbistian Blosser, Miss Jane Blosser,; Miss.-Sharon Parsons, Kiss Mary 'Sutler, William.-Pase, Miss Peggy Pase,'William Phelps, John Phelps, Miss Eleona Phelps and Miss Caroline Phelps. Miss Judy Phelps, Miss. Joan Sch-. rader Dale Cross, Miss Dela Jean Cross, . Donald Hershberger, • Lois Props, Robert' Jones, Dolores Jones, Jeanne Schoonover, Miss Wilda Arnold and Harry Arnold. Tri-State Climatic Corp. TOO Oldtown Road We're booking you solid, for a year of good health and prosperity. CURLS CAMERA 35 N. Liberty St. ToBeReburied PARSONS, W. Va,— Mr, end Mrs. Andrew J. Harsh, St. George, have received word that the body of then- son, Pfc. Edwin Glen Harsh, 23, is beins returned for reburial services, Pfc. Harsh was born a: St. George, snerni nas oeun uamou a. w«. -v- June 9, 1921, a son of Andrew J. .ginning of a new term,, although i and Elizabeth CCuir.berledg-e) Harsh, Mrs Margaret Clary worked with and was graduated from Parsons Davis as deputy during his last 'High School ia the Clr.ss of 1941. He ing.' Ivlr. ELlld Wil'S* BGni&T'u \VGnCK. iJftVlS JIS UCJJLiu^' uu-Liiig jni3 ii^kjw .tii^n ^vbnvswi JLJ Km- v"-"« —- -- --• — — Mrs. .Helen Black and Mrs, Mary tcr:n anc ] -Mrs. Adrian Clark has | was employed in Baltimore by the Basaddock, and daughter, Eleanor, - • ' -- "•--"• * A i<-,,.- - ,,,•„,.>:., ,-„,,,„„,,„ been deputj Dixon, to Sheriff James A. Glen • . until he Parsons Church Sets Watch Night Program PARSONS, W. Va.—A- watch night program will be held tonight at St. .'John's Methodist Church, according to the Robert Greynolds. pastor, Rev. VUL-l U *•"'* **J "»•"••*" Activities will begin with a social hour tit 10:30.in the church recrea- Uonal room. At 11:30 it program will be held in the auditorium ol the church with Miss ffane Hamrick-as leader. Christmas Night the. pastor held the first midnight Holy Communion service, with the church decorated in white. Special music was sung by the choir and Miss Eleanor Spangler and Miss Dorothy Greynolds sang a , vocal duet, "Alone". The church' was filled to capacity for the first service of its kind in Parsons. During Davis' last term, Mrs. Clary was appointed '.o complete Glenn "Tink" Smith's unexplred term and Mrs. Clark replaced Deputy John Stanhcigen In September, 1947, Working with Davis, besides Mrs,' Clary, will be Mi's. Helen Graham Jones office clerk; Lance G.-Saunders, jailer:' Mrs. Lance Snunders, assistant jailer:' 2an Redmond, janitor; and Mrs. Nellie E, Brooks, jar; Stress. • . Davis first served as sheriff from 1933 'to 1S37 and again from 1941 to 1944. Between his first two terms he was jailer 'and since his last term has' been director of school of Washington, are visiting Mrs.j John Lochiner. • ' Robert Nicholas, student at West Virginia University, Morgantown, and Patrick Nicholas, student at Georgetown University, Washington, are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and .Mi's. Charles Nicholas. • . ' Robert. DeVore visited in Boonsboro, Md, Mr, and Mrs.-Frank Udovlch announce the birth of a daughter Ir. Tucker County Hospital, Parsons, Sunday. The mother is the former Elolse Pase. . Jam'es Sturms, Duquesne, Pa., is visiting his parents, Mr. and and Mrs, James Sturms. . ,. . Mr. and-Mrs. Walter Reese, Mor-; attendance for the county, gantown are guests of Mr." and Mrs.j -In an interview today Davis,.corn- Albert Topper, Sr. . paring-His job with what-k used to Mrs: Peter"Hockman is a.patient in Tucker County Hospital, Parsons. Green Spring - ... .^, .; _-J I-' GREEN SPRING, W. Va.—Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Allen were Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Croston; of Baltimore; Mr, and Mrs. Columbus Nixon and children,, of Paw Paw; Richard Jackson, Romney, .Mr. and Mrs.—Willard Allen, Romney:' Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Allen, of Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Croston have been visiting in the vicinity during the holidays. James Jackson, of Baltimore, Is visiting: friends here. Miss Dorothy Casto Edwarrl Stemple December 1, 1342. He Martin entered C o m pany the service tion on. the edition was proof, partly Not until run was tti: pulsed •'ram, snow and hail," ex- pany was called but arrived too late yiovjseu »«"!.* i • . . . lri i.,n. The house was , pecting the editor to make correc- to save the building. The house was situated on- a'ridge'and high' winds fanned the flames, making quick work of the destruction. In less than 20 minutes the building was burned to the ground. • . • The loss was- complete as no insurance was carried on' the building or its contents. prediction' changed to "dull." When July 13 came,.it rained, snowed, aid hailed! Similar 'in general pattern, the Hagerstown Town and Country Almanac dates, its operation from 1797. It gained considerable 1 stature about 1874 by predicting and producing snow on July 4. according to ' accounts. Old Moore's Almanac of London, first issued, in 1700 • as Vox- Steilarum (Voice of the Starsj, Is said to have called the turn in a year that unseasonable snow - fell on Britain's Derby Day. There will be four eclipses during 1949, .two of the sun and two of the moon, the Almanac says. A total eclipse of the moon, April 1213 will be visible generally in North America at its beginning. The totality will be at 11:11 p. m. (EST) April 12. Another total eclipse will also be visible in. North America October 6 with totality'at 9:56 p. m Partial eclipse of the sun will occur April 28 -and October 21, neither visible in North .America. The year' will have 365''days, February returning to a normal of 28 days. The,year will start and end on a Saturday. Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans put astrology first hi preparing "their ancient equivalent of the almanac. Invention ot printing- brought almanacs into vague abnut 1500. Rabelais in 1533 is credited with preparing.the first one devo'ed to the year' ; of issue. Prophecies were freely indulged in by early almanac makers. The It is our. sincere wish that the New Year hatch* many /oyi for .you and yours. The best of luck in 1949. Design House Froitburfl • 'HOUSE FOR SALE 7 room frame. Modern conveniences. LLOYD MORTON Green Lantern Service Station, " 7 miles west of Frostburg. Advertisement-W-T-Dec. 31 • _, ny trnl. V 11-lilu.iia^ niau.si'3. *. in- Camp Vnr.Dorn, Miss and Camp, • ^ or the i clh cciuur} , "\/f,-, vinr 'T'nvn c 1-nitVii'ii h»n i iff viin in . , . .. ,... - - ••' ~. ,•• ' . . • I'Tencn Kings 01 HIE iuwi utsui.uij Maxey. Texas, belore beinu seni- tol t precedent, especially inter- overseas duty in September 1S« ; jn ^ ol prohib i tln8 politi- Pfc. Harsh won the expe.t rifle-j^j b • - be,' • expressed dissatisfaction with uanlull the new system ofjeeding prisoners i pal . erit s, in the.county 'jail. . ! Swisher. sharpshooter's and bayonet medals as well as the Presidential citation. He was killed in action in Germany, April 7, 1945. while lighting with the in fan try'in the First Army. Survivors Include his parents: three brothers, Clyde Harsh, Lawrence Harsh and Calvin Harsh; four sisters, Mrs. Dakota Blunkey, Akron; Mrs. Nellie Burch, Thomas; Mrs. Delln Long, Parsons, and Miss Georgia'Harsh, at home. Personals , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swisher. Baltimore, and Miss Eula Mae Swisher, Canton, Ohio, are guests of their Mrs. Walter In'the past it has been the custom for- the sheriff to buy food needed.to serve inmates 'and- • then turn in a bill for. the'' number of prisoners served, during "any one month.- Being • allowed S.42 per prisoner per day, Sheriff Davis said chat he usually cleared about Si.OOO a year above his salary, pointing- out that It was the only extra feu a sheriff could make. By buying his food in bulk quantities at wholesale prices, Mrs. Winona Dumire is spending the-holidays with,'Mr. and Mrs. - ,. MyrlKepneiv Newark; Ohio. Mr. and. Mrs. Max Kite, Chicago, are spending the holidays: with their parents'here. Mr..Kite is a student in Chicago. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pel ton- and children are visiting Miss Mary McCullogh, Point Pleasant. Mrs. J. M. McVicker, Belington, is a g'uesc of Mr, and Mrs. Waldo Williams. Mrs. Jared Parsons recently William Lilly in . 1650 included a picture of London afire In his almanac, which was rife with prophecy. Sixteen years later he was hail'ed as a prophet and called before parliament to. help establish the cause of the Great London fire' of 1666. In the American colonies, almanacs appeared 'from the mid-17th century on. They shared honors with the Bible as the literature quota in many households. Taking his cue from Poor Robin's-Almanac in England, Benjamin Franklin created Poor Richard in 1723. Almanacs have since clung to popular features of Poor Richard's style, even though - the Franklin Almanac. was published for only 25. years. PARSONS, W. Va,—Rev. and Mrs. Frantz Casto, St. George, announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, to Edward L. Steraple, son of .Mrs, Mldgeiitn Stemple, Lcnd- min'e,' and the late John Stcmple. The single ring ceremony was solemnized in St. John's Lutheran Church,' Red House, Md., Wednesday, December 22, with Rev. Alvah K. Jones, pastor, officiating. • The bride wore' a street length suit of grey wool with black acces- sprlcs and a corsage of American Beauty rosebuds: Mrs. Stemple attended Parsons High School and is employed, by the Tucker County Hospital.'. Mr. Stem- pie, who also attended'Parsons High , • ; School,'spent 14 months with the Eggs left for four days In a warm INavy and Is now employed in Mich- store or.kitchen lose as much ' — "freshness" as eggs kept for .several weeks in the refrigerator in a cov-, cred. container. and by being careful in his buying; he said he could add a. little to his un " d ~e r ' wer ; t:a ~ ma j 0 V operation in St. monthly.salary, adding some. sner-. Hospital. Clarksburg. jiffs in West Virginia countiesdear-- w ? niani £ llmore is a .patient in the Veterans' Hospital, Martinsburg, w.here he underwent a'major operation. Sgt. Robert Kee, who has been'i serving with the escort division -fl Americans held about $171 billion dollars worth of life insurance at the end-of 1946. , " . • Haywood county, tNorth Carolina, has 72 mountain peaks more than 5,000 feet high. • Round and Square DANCE New Year's Eve 9:30 to .?•?.??'• 2.00 per couple , including tax!MELODY MANOR Mt. Savage Road Igan. Anna Hardy "Weds Monroe Sherman PARSONS, W. 'Va,—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hardy announce the marriage of their daughter, Anna, to Monroe Sherman, son of Mrs. Amanda Sherman and the late Peter Sherman.' The ceremony was solemnized Christmas Eve in the home of Rev. I. E. Lewis, who officiated. t The bride wore a street length dress •' of dark -blue crepe -with matching, accessories. •' The couple will make their home here. .The bridegroom is employed bv the U. S. Forest Nursery. ed as much as" a hundred dollar: or more that way each month, '• At the last session of • the Wes Virginia State Legislature a bil was passed requiring -the sheriff of each county to purchase the needed food each 'month' with the bill for the food to be sent to the coimty court for payment. As Davis put it, "The Jailer will probably do the buying, and I will be '. responsible for all the processing from the buying to the billing, but 'will really have nothing to do with it."' "It wouldn't be so bad," Davis continued, "if Mineral county were like most of the other counties in the state, for the majority of the counties were given permission by the. legislature to raise the wages of the sheriff to a level which would offset the IMS in the' feeding fee, but the sheriff's salary' here remains the same. There was evidently no one to represent Mineral county's Interests at the legislature when the time for requesting the granting of such a permission arrived." Sheriff Davis said he did not know why a delegate failed to get such, pei-mission from the legislature, adding that it wits evidently overlooked. Since 1900 total life insurance owned in the United States has increased 20 times, while the population- has r.ot yet doubled. Residents of New York state own more life insurance than those of any other state. Pennsylvanians are second. New Year's Eve Dance . Corriganville Volunteer Fire Company DECEMBER 31,1948 ' 10 P: M.'TILL 2 A.M. Music'by Don's Music Makers SEATING CAPACITY ONLY Free Beer after 12 l\ M. . Acini. $.1.00 Per Couple Change of Telephone Number .FOR Cresaptown Fire Department 4267-JX OUR NEW. DUMBER IS John R.. Fairgreive Post No. 2462 V.F.W. Wishes You , A- Happy New Year the U. S. Army, Columbus, the past year, will be discharged next week. S«t. Kec l,s a veteran with 22 months duty clui-lnK the wiir. Mrs, Georgia Gaylor, Mrs. Roscoc McCray, and K". and Mrs. Howard Allender. all of Detroit, and Mrs. Stella Chrisllp. -Philippi. and Hayward Miller, Elkins, nre guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Moon. Mr. n nd Mrs, Richard Evick, Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Ashton and Miss Deloris Jones, all of Wheeling, are guests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Layton Jones. Miss Julia Kisner and Glen Kisner, Akron, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cross Kisner, Holly Meadows, Mrs. Merla Sanford and Capt. Joseph Hnddlx, both.of Washington, are guests of Mr. ar.i Mrs. W. E, Swartz, Sr. Miss Wanda Jea;i Bennett is spending this week with relatives in Baltimore.- A. B. Bennett is visiting with his sisters in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Pearl "Dairies, Cleveland is the guest or Mr. and -Mrs. Jack Pill. Personal and Business STATIONERY Announcements and Invitations MARTIN PRINTING CO. Printing and Engraving 199 E. Main St. . Frostburg "Bill 1 ' Martin, Prop. < FOR SALE 1940 Chevrolet l'/i ton dump truck. Also 1933 Chevrolet sedan and 8 radios..All in good condition. LLOYD MORTON Green Lantern Service 'Station, 7 miles west of Frostburg. Advertisement-N-T-Dec. 31 Best Wishes ; . . and our sincere' est hopes for a New Year blooming with joy and plenty! Harvey's Greenhouse Frostburg Have Your NEW YEARS EVE PARTY at the MIDWAY INN Route 220 . ....... $1.20 per couple VISIT WASHINGTON THIS SUNDAY ROUND $4,30 TRIP ' Including Federal Toy Lv. Cumberland 6:30.A.M. Return-Lv. Washington .8:30 P.M. or 10:50 P.M. Same Day ALWAYS SOMETHING DOING IN WASHINGTON • TREAT THE FAMILY TO AN OUT:NG A>k Ticket Ajcnl For Dcloilj Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Guard Your Family's Health — Be Safe — Order Your Milk, Cream or Delicious Chocolate Milk Grade A Quality from MAPLE HURST DAIRY Phone Frostburpr 305-J Daily Delivery Service We Extend To You , Our Sincere- Wishes - For A Happy New Year NEILSON BROS. McCiiIloli St. I'roitllnirj;. Wishing You A Happy New Year • i Slteman Broi. In*. FrosttnirK, Md. Start NEW YEAR 3y Taking Advantage Of , Our G.M:A.C. Plan ' CROWE PONTIflCCO. Phonr Froitburg 14 Friendi, Order Your' Floviri from Ui. Wt have beautiful cut flowert, funtral pieces, corsages, - bouqutr* for tr.t hospital c'nd homt . . . Prompt Service. Use Our Eaiy Payment Plan for Thot New Hohner Accordion, Hormonico or Horn. Any Muiicol Initrumtnt You Want ct Pri«i You'll. Appreciate. Erneirma V. Wittlg 0. & D. Novelty Shoppe 18 Broadway, Froitburg Phone 641 or 394-'j NEED A FURNACE? W« Inilall Cool "or Goi Fir«i Gravity ond Forctd Air Unitt At Prices ' YOU Con Afford To ,Pa"y Consult Us Btfort You Buy Wm. R. Goebel Phone 679-M For Free Estimates Roofing and Spout-ing JEFFRIES BROS. Jewelers '' • •-.. Broadway'. Freitkunj Greetings A New Year-of joy-' ...... ous tidings—dreams come true — that's our 'wish, for' all our many friends! : .•• . CHARLES N. HILL Froilburg So Tired —I Hear Music^ By Ruts Morgan . 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