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FROSTBURG-KEYSER And Tri-State Area News Evening. Times, Wednesday, January 5, 1949 Storm Damage ToBeRemovec FROSTBURG — A contract ha been given w Umer Wigl'ield,.Cup berland tree surgeon, to remo\ tree limbs from Frostburg stree. which were broken by the ice storn December 1C. Some fell later during- wind storm and Wigfield said damage to trci at Beall Elementary School, Stai Teachers' College, and Miners' Hos piial was heavy. .' la many cases, especially on Wes Main - Street and Frost Avenu 'some of the-older trees should b cut down and replaced with younge trees, Wigfield said. ' Removal of older 'trees was re commended during the summer b City Commissioner. W. W. Sluss, J Sluss pointed out that ^he older trees were deca3'ing iri the cente . and that the roots were doing con •siderable damage to sewer lines an sidewalks, Several residents of Frost Avenui Wigfield said, have nsked him t check the trees on then- property,. Rcr. Holley To Preach Rev. Watson E. Holley, pastor o First Methodist Church, will be th guest preacher at tho Univors; Week of Prayer tonight at the Zion Evangelical and'Reformed Church H* will preach on, "Learning fc *ray in the Spirit".. Worship is being held each evening at differen churches sponsored by the Frost burg Ministerial Association. Brief Mention Allen Hart, Jr., has returned ti Georgetown University, Washington, otter spending the' holiday with his aunt, MM. Eva Olurk Kemp, and his fiithV, Allen Hart West First Street. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jackson returned to Pittsburgh after a visl with his parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs Jumca Jackson, Broadway. Misses Mary Jx> imd C'atherln Kenney returned to Washinfjtor after spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Henney, Linden Street. Miss Agnes - Howat. member or Beall High School faculty, has re- .rurned to her home on Bcalls Lane after spending the 'holidays with her niece. Miss Margaret Howat Munhall, Pa. Confessions will be heard In St Michael's Catholic Church tomorrow from 5 to 6 pan. and from 7 to 8:30 pjn. in preparation for the Srst Friday of the-month. Masses Friday morning will be at 6:30 anc S o'clock. Holy service ,will be held Friday at 7:30 p.m. The Holy Name Society will receive .holy communion In a body at the 7:30 mass Sunday morning. Mrs. Ida M. McOee, Baltimore, Is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Engle ; 10 Charles Street, and .Mr. anc Mrs. Nelson Humes, Lonaconing. Miss Phyllis Ritchie. Shaft, who spent the holidays with relatives 2jas returned to the University of Maryland where she is majoring in Business Administration. She is a clarinetist and nu officer in the University Band. . Mrs. HeEadore Durst,'East Main Street, and two children, James and Andrew, returned.from Washington, •where .they visited Mrs. Dnrst's sisters. '•''.' Miss Catherine Close Is home al'.«r spending the holidays' with ier brother-in-law and sisler, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Potter, Urbana, HI. She was accompanied home by John Potter, who is. visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex G-. Close, Broadway. Calanthc Temple No. 3, Pythian Sisters, will meet-Friday evening >at 7:30 in the Junior Order Hall. The ritualistic team -.will exemplify initiatory work, and new • officers ' -will be installed. Mrs.. Clara. Wai- bert, assisted by .Mrs. Jiianita Hendley and Mrs. Edna Engle, will be in charge of the installation. Refreshments •will be served following the business session. Mary Bevcui Weds Francis Snyder " LONACpNINCr—Mrs. Mary Sevan and Francis Snyder -were united in marriage Friday, December 31, in a double-ring ceremony in the parsonage of Centre Street Methodist Church, Cumberland, by the. pastor, Rev. Norman Scribner. Attendants were Mrs. Bertha . Klinl:, niece of the bridegroom, and Kenneth Bevan, : son of the bride. The bride wore a light, blue street length dress with brown accessories while the matron of .honor was attired In' a gray dress with red-accessories. Each had a corsage of pink rosebuds. After . a short wedding trip the couple, trill reside at Hanekamp Street here. Hancock Man Held For Theft Of Car HANCOCK. — George McCusker, Hancock. • was . ordered held under $1,500 bond for action.of a federal Kran'd Jury when arraigned before U. S.' Commissioner C. Welles Little here yesterday. Tiie Hancock man is charged with stealing an automobile in nearby Pennsylvania and transporting it to Maryland, in • violation of the Dyer Act. ' State Police arrested McCusker several weeks, ago. on a charge of stealing chickens. They announced M the time -that the chickens were found. In the rear of a car reported stolen from Pennsylvania. POOR PA By CLAUDE CALLAN '•I When the widow PitfnlJ sat by •« at the party I moved to a more comfortable scat. 1 wasn't comfortable by the widow* with Ma lookin' at nu^. D. A. Lotz Weds Doris Wilhelm HYNDMAN, Pa; — Mrs. 'waiter Wilhelm announces the marriage of her daughter,.Miss -Doris Jean Wilhelm, to Harold A. Lotz, .son of Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Lotz, Mt.' Snvag£, December 2-1 in St. George's Episcopal Church, Mt. Savage;The bride's street length dress was blue with gray accessories and she wore a corsage of talisman roses. The matron of honor, Mi's. Wayne Albright, wore a blue, street length dress with black accessories and a corsage - of pink rosebuds. Russell Rice, Mt. Savage; served as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Lotz will reside at Fairmont. • -.-... '.Personals , Charles Evans, student at Moody Bible Institute. Chicago, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Charles W. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goodwin and son, Fred, of Pittsburgh, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Goodwin,' Sr., and the Jatter's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. C. E. Bush. Mrs. Cora Shaffer is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shaffer, Akron. Dr. Charles R. Rhodes .visited relatives at South Fork. • Elmer Harbaugh, Jr., Johnstown, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. MiHer. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Light, Pittsburgh, visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Cora Hitc. Mrs. Theodore Chrlstner is ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. iarl Murray, Akron. Mrs. Helen Hunt, "Baltimore, daughter of Mrs. A. G. Cnibbe, is . patient in Memorial Hospital, Jumberlund. Gamble Chosen To Clerk Post Keyser Sound Law Amended KEYSER, W. Va.—An amended sound' ordinance to allow non-profit and non-commercial- organizations I years and prior to. that time served MOOREFIELD, W. 'Va. — Robert M. Gamble was appointed clerk of the Hardy County Circuit Court yesterday by the Hardy County Court to fill the unexpired term of C. C. Wise, who resigned. Wise has accepted a position 'as cash!Ei- of the South Branch Valley Bank replacing Irvih G. Bowman, who resigned to take an office position with the Rocco Feed Company. Wise had held the clerkship 28 Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Burns, Jr., and 'rimily, Marian Station, Md., spent the holidays with tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Burns, Sr., and the latter's parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton. • Mr. and Mrs.* Karl Zembowcr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zembower and family, Cleveland, and-Mr. anc "is. Robert Zcmbower and family Buffalo Mills, visited Mr. ana Mrs Albert Wagner.- Frostbnrg Fire Company Elects FROSTBURG.— Officers of the Frostbure Fire Department were hosen at the annual election last ilfrht in the Fire Hall. They are Florian 'Nickel, presi- lent;- Thomas Rank, vice presi- pnt, Karl'Nickel, secretary; Alvin Rankin, treasurer; -Woodrow Layman, chief; John Rank, sergeant- t-arms and Jesse Jacobs, chaplain Members of the standing committee are Evan Lloyd, James Me- uii-e,- Thomas Kerr, James Roy ileeman ar.d George Tipping. Delegates to the state and county iremen's conventions are Woodrow Lciyman, Florian Nickel, ' Alvin lankin,- Robert Stewart.'and Jesse acobs. Alternates are Harry Snyer, Samuel McCulloh, Karl Nickel, ohn Dennison and James Lloyd. The retiring president,- John D. Celler. has 11 been a member -.of the epartment 52 years and .has held very office to the department. He /as not a candidate .for re-election. Mt. Savage MT. SAVAGE—The Ladies Auxil- ary of the Mt. Savage Volunteer ''ire Company will meet tonight in he Fire Hall. ' Confessions -will .be- heard, in' St. 'atrick's Catholic Church Thursday ram 5 until G p.m. .and from 7 to .m. for the First Friday of the nonth. Holy Communion will-be ivcn Friday at 6 a.m. and during he 7 a.m. mass. Benediction of .the .lost Blessed Sacrament will'follow he mass. Mrs. .Edward.O'Connor : and son, dward, of Washington, spent sev- ral days visiting Mi— O'Connor's sters-in-laWj Mary, Jane and oretto O'Connor. Edward left londay lor Latrobe, Pa., to resume is studies at St. Vincent's. Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Rourke etumed to Laurel, 'alter spending : holidays with their parents, Mrl nd Mrs. -Patrick O'Rourke and Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Poland. .. ; Miss Dorothene Poland -returned i the University -of Maryland, Col- ge Park,'after spending- the holi- ays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'arry Poland! • ' ' Mrs. Michael Flanigan, Sr., regains critically ill at her home on olumbia Avenue. •• Albert Deffenbaugh is ill at his ome'in New Row. Mr. and Mrs; Maxwell Church and on returned to Keyser after vislt- ng relatives. ' ''..,' Miss Rosemary Crowe, Arlington, a., spent the holidays'-wlth rela- ves. . . '. Mr. and Mrs:' Thomas Hemphill, altimore, returned after spending he holidays with-Mrs. Hcmphill's arents, Mr. and Mrs.. William Eaus. Howard Sine, a student at the arnegie- Institute of Technology, ittsburgh, spent the holidays with is parens, Mr. and Mrs. Howard me, Jr. Mrs. Arthur Elgin, Poolsvlile, Mr. nd Airs. William Aldridge and Mr. nd Mrs. James Casanova, Akron, hio, visited Mrs. John Aldridge. Warrant Officer James O'Rourke :turned to Fort George G.'.Meade 'ter visiting Ills family. Mrs. Edward MeKenzie and.Mr. id Mrs. Grover .Green and chll- rcn, Shirley, Edward and Robert, eturned. from visiting relatvies in Ittsburgh. Richard Jones, Baltimore, visited fr. and .Mrs. William Witte. Mrs. Edward Logsdon and daugh- T, Louradlnc Logsdon, spent the olidays with the former's sister, ister Edward, an Ursullne nun at acrud Heart College, Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ewald and aughter. Edith Margaret, Pitts- urgh, visited here. Mr. and Mrs.'Arthur Walsh and :iss Frances Barrett spent the eekend in Alexandria, Va., 'r, and Mrs. Oren Womack. Sister Mary Edward, a Notre ame nun ol' Baltimore, who was to operate radio amplifiers was* ordered drawn by the Mayor and Council at. a meeting yesterday. A previous proposed regulation banned all sound -equipment.- City Attorney James H. Swadley, Jr.-, was instructed to. prepare the ordinance eliminating all sound amplifiers for commercial purposes either by truck or stationary equipment. Non-commercial groups wishing to use sound appartus will have to register a statement with the city stating they would operate it under I the city's regulations. Mayor John C. Freeland and the council,-,voted unanimously against a downtown white-way ' lighting proposal for 'Keyser. They stated that while the city is not financially able to install the lights, they added these funds cuuld be better spent in improving the lighting system in other parts of the city. The council discussed the- preparation of a new. detailed map of the city's sewer Snyder, street and water commissioner, and an employe of the J. Paul Blundon Engineering Company was requested to.'furnish the council with an estimate of the cost of such work at the next regular meeting. . An amendment TO the agreement between the West Virginia .State Roads Commission arid the city council, concerning the routing of (.raffle at the Keyser cud of tha propctied Kcjteer-McCoole bridge will be presented to the 'council within a ,few" days, Swadley reported. The city attorney was requested at a recent meeting of the council to contact the State Roads Com- mi.ssiDii concerning; the routing of traffic. It was pointed out that originol plans called for one-way traffic aorth on North Mineral Street on the east side of the bridge approaches and one-way traffic south on the west side of the approaches: The plans also called for the closing of Center Street as an entrance from Mineral Street into the main part of the business district. Swadley explained the amendment to the original agreement will provide for north and southbound traffic on the east side of North Mineral Street to enter Center Street and that southbound traffic on the -one-way street on the w?st as deputy sheriff of Hardy county for eight years. 'He ims been a director of the bank 20 years, vice president four years, and president the last few months. • Gamble is a son of the late Attorney and Mrs. M. W. Gamble, is Cadets Sought For Air Force KEYSER. W. Va.—Young man in the Keyser area, - interested in an officer's career with the United States Air Force' may'obtain first hand information about the aviation cadet-pilot training program from a special. traveling aviation cadet procurement team.which will be here Wednesday and • Thursday, at'-.Barton High School, Wednesday, j anuary 12 and 13,. at the local January 19: a minstrel show at the | fj. my .recruiting office and on the high school Friday, January 28, cain p u s O f Potomac- State School, it sponsored by the Men's Bible Class was announced today by • Captain Activities Slated For Dimes Drive Barton Chairman Names Committees BARTON — Activities 'to raise funds- during the March of Dizr.es campaign were planned at a meet- iir.ff Sunday at the Barton Hose Company Armory with Forrest Mowbray,. chairman, in- charge. An amateur contest will be Cresaptown Fire Loss Hits $10,974 Fire loss, In Cresaptovm durta: •1948' totaled $10.974 Pire Chief Ar- ;hur Winter said in his annual report submitted to the fire compani last night. Much of the damage 'resultec. from the loss of the Barrel! Bishop of First Methodist Church, • and a dance at the Firemen's Armory Friday. January 21. Working groups include: David E. Kir}:, Mrs.' Jeanette Wright and Mrs. Verda L. Michaels, publicity; Mrs. Inez Andrews, Mrs. Jeanette tAJ+u&y *w-in j.yii-3, .ir-i-* >* • *-* tvinw*». p -u < —;-- --. • _ _ , /-• • i a veteran of World War I and has : Wright and members of Barton Girl been justice of the peace of Moorefield District, which-he resigned in order to accept the clerkship. The resignations of Bowman and Wise are effective January 31-, and the three 'men will begin their new duties February 1. Garrett Polio Chairmen Named OAKLAND — Community chairmen for Garrett county in the annual March of Dimes campaign were named at a recent luncheon meeting at the William-James Hotel. Those named included Marshall ^T ^M Br °wn. Grantsville; W. J. Glenn, system. Haroldf^.^^^. ^ E _ c _ clatTCr buck. Deer Park; Mrs. Lester Yul^y, Crellin; B. O. Aiken, Accident; Thomas Baucom, Kitzmiller; Jesse Walker, Shallmar; Arthur Humbertson, Mt. Lake Park; Mrs. Mary Jane Scouts, canvass; ana Alfred H. Benna, Miss Emily Kyle, and Miss Gleirca McDonald,-school'. Persons attending representing organizations were Mrs . Joseph Shuhart, Friendly Helpers Bible Class of the Methodist Church; Joseph Shuhart, Jr., Barton Citizen's Band; Cecil Neat, Barton Hose Company No. l;Miss Glenna McDonald and Miss Emily Kyle, Barton High School; Mrs. Carson Thomas and Mrs. William Thomas, Moscow; Mrs. Jane Mowbray, Pride of ' Barton No. 77, Daughters of America; Mrs. Laura E. Shuhart and Mrs. Jesse Klmble, Ladies Auxiliary, Barton .Hose Company; and Mrs. Madaline Miller and Mrs. Harmon Gannon, Ladies Auxiliary, Barton Post No. 189, American! Legion. Several other events to be-sponsored -by organizations will- be. announced after, the groups hold meetings. Charlotte Hamld Adams, Vindcx, and Mrs. Valerie Harvey, Swanton; Mi's. Bernard,* Bloomington; Edward M. Helm, of the First Air Force Headquarters, Fort Slocum, N. Y. ' ' - Capt. Hetar said that the team will be prepared to provisionally qualify immediately all men who meet USAF requirements. Non- students as well as-those, enrolled at Potomac State School will be interviewed,' he said. To be eligible fpr pilot training the officer said that- men must be between 2t> and 26% years old and in. good physical condition. , Both married and 'single 'men will be accepted. The Air Force also, requires an applicant to .have two or more years, of college, or be able to pass art examination of the equivalent! .Non-college men interested, in the training: will be able to take the educational qualifying examination when the team-comes here. Arrangements for an interview with the team may be. made through the local recruiting station. Graduates of the - .12-month pilot training course are given their silver and commissions as second and F. E. co-chairmen be Scrlpp, Kempton. Dr. Thomas Lusby Rathbun were numecl for Oakland and- will In' the campaign by the Oakland Civic Club. Others who attended the dinner and who will assist In the drive arc Bernard .1. ' Gonclcr, 'representing theatres; Bruce Jenkins, representing the' superintendent of schools; George H. Hanst; Mrs. Paul B, Naylor, Civic Club; Miss Ruth Field, representing Oakland High School; Miss Susy Smith, Mrs. O. T. Graser, Mrs. E. I. Baumgartner and Dr. E. I Baumgartner, county chairman. Dr. Baumgartner said a house-to- house canvass would be made this year in addition to the regular collection in schools, stores and theatres. Groups Vote Down Fire Hall Change .KEYSER, W. Va.—There will be no office space on the first floor of the Keyser Fire Hall now under construction. . Original plans'provided for a two- story building with space for two offices on the first floor, but one of the proponed rooms was eliminated from blueprints to provide a larger meeting room for the firemen when it became apparent that only the first floor of the structure cound be built with funds available Ministers Oppose Shows On Sunday side of the bridge would approach! HAGERSTOWN-The Washington County Ministerial Association •yesterday voiced "unqualified ob- the main traffic lane from tha bridge and proceed to Piedmont Street. Robert C. Hardens Mark Triple Event FBOSTBUBG — Mr! and Mrs Robert C. Harden, Morantown, entertained recently" with a party in honor of the christening of their infant daughter, and in celebration of the tenth birth.day-.of their son, Darrell, and the birthday of Henry Skidmore, uncle o$ the Harden children. The child, was given the name Dona Gay with Rev. Watson E.! Holley. pastor' of First Methodist Church, in charge of the ceremonies, Mrs. Thelma Rephann--was the baby's godmother. Group- singing with Mrs. Bephann playing accompaniment,' featured a program of games and other entertainment. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elijah. Skidmore, Mrs: Henry Skidmore, -Mrs. Frances Powell, Mrs, Glenn Harden and sons, James and Wayne, Clarence Rephann, Misses Louise-Skidfnore, Mary Fiorita.and Pauline Halle; and James Hinkle. jection" to Sunday movies. " The pastors of city and county churches passed a resolution that states their stand .'against any attempt-to legalize motion pictures in the city on Sunday. The action came after reports that a drive for Sunday movies will be made at Annapolis this year. The ministers referred the resolution to 'the Washington County Council of Churches for appropriate action. Yesterday's business session also Include discussion of plans to revise the listings of downtown churches In local hotels. ! lieutenants-in the Air Force Reserve, and assigned to active flying duty. Classes in flight training be- gin'March 1, July .1, and" October 15 of each year, and the top graduates of each class are offered direct commlss'ions with the regular Air Force. All graduates are given, the op- portunity'to .apply for nnd qualify for regular, commissions during active .duty. During active flying duty,. officer pilots earn . approximately $4,000 a year in pay and allowance, Capt. Helm said. . Basic phases of the flight'train- ing- coui-.su nrc given nc the following bases in Texas: Randolph Air'Force' Base, San Anton: Force Base, San Force Base, Sherman, and Waco Air at $10,000. A single business house was damaged to the extent, of'about $75,-the report shows. Two. autbmobile fire caused loss of $250- and a >arm tractor fire resulted in $150 dam ages. .-•'.. The' company extinguished -three wood 'fires, answered one false alarm, and helped fight fire in other areas on. several occasions. A total of 19. fire- calls was. received in 1948, four to 'aid other- companies •The Cresaptown- unit ..fought fin at 10 different-dwellings,: some of which ..were in areas other than Cresaptown.- Total damage, to, these 10' dwellings ; was.estimated, at $10,824, Chief'Winter reported. ' Mileage- on the .departanen' pumper for • 82 trips totaled 909.8 miles and the unit's Jeep and trailer totaled 3,009.4. miles in .171. trips This makes a total mileage equipment travelled of 3,919.2. • An average of 16 members answered each fire 'alarm, Winter said. Jaycees Plan Awards Dinner Tonight At 6:30 The distinguished service award :o a Cumberland man who has done the most for his community in -the ?ast year will be given tonight at ;he annual awards dinner of the Cumberland Junior . Association of Commerce at the AU'Ghan Shrine ountry Club at 6:30. Other awards will include those for the person or group making. 1 the most Important contribution to good government, to the person who has done the most in the labor relations Jeld, to the outstanding' boss, and the outstanding contributors from the press and radio. Miss Nancy Eaton, of Westernport, winner of the Maryland "I Speak For, Democracy" contest, sponsored by the. Jaycecs,. will be a guest. .So; Goodfcllow Air Angeio; Perrin Air UAV to Irian Election Force Base. Waco. Aviation cadets learn to Hy in the two-place. T-6 at this time." {Texan. Members of the Vigilant Reel and 'Graduates of the basic phases Panel Discussion To Mark Meeting W. . Va.—The Janof the. Piedmont Hose Company later decided .they would -need still more^ space for meetings, and requested that the remaining office be dropped from the plans. This request was approved,at a special meeting In the council chamber last night of the Mayor and City Council and the Citizens' committee. Fire department members -discounted any need for -an office saying they had transacted" all business to this time without the use of such facilities. The first floor of the.fire, hall is expected to be finished within the next few months. Additional funds will be needed to complete the structure. Davis^Mau Heads Education Board PARSONS, W. Va.—E. F. Crecgan, Davis, was elected president of the Tucker County Board of. Education at a mooting here Monday evening. __ Mr. Oreepnn, who has served on ^ *io;"police "service" will "."be rc- thc board for eight years, was elect- i co i VGC i at City Hall as-usual fronv'7 ed for the second time as president.! a _ m _ to 5 p. m. The other members are John! ' ' _:—lj _ ,. Yeager,.Thomas; Ronald Hockman,:^jj| ss Olive Wilderman Parsons; Ben Thompson. Canaani^, .- . . _> Valley, and Delvin K. Goff, Parsons. jJtaUertams At rarty Mrs. Cecil Gordon, Hendricks, the Frosiburg Policemen Using New Schedule FROSTBURG—A new schedule of hours for the Prostburg Police Department has been announced by the Police Commissioner, Arthtx Thomas. It follows: Chief .Benjamin H Thomas-, 7 it., in. to 4 p. m.; Night Chief Honald Kredire, 11 p. m. to 7 a. m.; Officer George Tipping, 10 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Officer Walter Eichhorn, 5 p. in. to'l a. m:; Officer Floyd Truly, 9 p. m. to 5 .a. m.; Officer Donald Griffith, 4 p. m. to midnight; and Officer John H Kerr, 7 p. m. to 3 a. m. Thomas stated that a police officer will be on duty at headquarters from 5- p. m. to 7 a. m. Day move on to advanced training •cither in single-engine F-51 Mustangs or F-30 Shooting Stars, at Williams Air. Force Base, Chandler, Arizona; or in multiple-engine B-25 Mitchells at Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, La. Mrs. Crosser Host To Detmold Club LONACONING—Mrs.Henry Crosser entertained the Detmold Club at her home' with a dinner recently. Tall red candles surrounded by laurel leaves decorated the- table. A prize in a game was- won by Mrs. Mary Donahay, of Nikep. Other guests-- were Mesdames Lindley Dye, Cecil 'Crowe, Robert Tjirnbull, Thomas Stafford, Sara MeKenzie, Martin Eichhorn, Charles Miller and Patrick Nolan. Personals Mrs. Jessie Miller is ill at her home Watercllffe. frs. Ii Miss Emily McAlpine, East Main Street. Mrs. Jane Turnbull is a patient in I Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, James'Woods has returned to Barberton, Ohio, after visiting -his parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Bemard Woods, High Street. 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward McPartland returned from Norfolk, .Vn., where they visited friends. Misses Mildred and Eileen Dc- lar.ey returned, to Washington after visiting their mother, Mrs. Charles Miller, Detmold. PIEDMONT. uary. .meeting Woman's Club tomorrow ' evening Jschoonover, -has been named biology former Phyllis Harvey, teacher at Hamrick School, was granted a leave of absence starting February 3 and -will be replaced, by Mrs. George Donalds, Parsons. 'Carl Schoonover, son of Mrs. Fern at the Piedmont Library will feature a panel discussion, Mrs. ' Arthur rlartman, who is in charge of the program, has announced. • Vernon.A, -Staggers, principal of Piedmont High School and a mem- finance and legislative of the '. West Virginia ber of the committee education' Association, . will explain ;he bill on federal 'aid presented at the last session of Congress. Edwin . Baldwin, • principal of Beryl School, will .speak on 'the need of federal aid; H. : L. Idleman, super- .ntendent .of the Mineral county niblic schools, will discuss objections *> federal aid, and -Miss Jeaimette part in securing federal aid. Trinity Methodist WSCS Will Observe Epiphany PIEDMONT, W. Va.—The W, S. C.- S, of Trinity Methodist Church las arranged a program for the 3ay of Advance in • the observance of Epiphany at the church tomorrow at 7:30 p..m. The theme will be "We Offer Unto Thee. Ourselves." Mrs. John W. Fisher, promotion secretary of Moorefield District, will and economics teacher at Parsons High School as a substitute ,for Harold Shaffer starting January 10. - Shaffer, a teacher at the high school since 1330, will leave for his duties as a member of the House of Delegates. He is serving his first term. FROSTBURG—Miss Olive Wilderman entertained with a party last evening at her home, BO Centennial Street. Five Hundred was played arid prizes v;ere awarded to Mrs. Annadell Malloy and Mrs. Estella Wels- enbome. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Other guests present were Mrs. Annie Henaghan, Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Sullivan, Mrs,Leona Reagan, Mt. Savage; Mrs. Kathleen Spearman and Mrs. Margaret Smith, this city. 1944. r. a star athlete at TVT t r'. - • n -t • . _ = h, was graduated ta jWest Virginia Cabin He entered the Air Force in Rents To Be Increased lead will the meeting. be presented Special music by the Senior Choir. A vocal solo, "Jesu Bambino," will -be given by Mrs.-Helenc Poland and Mrs; William Thompson will play organ music'and 1 chimes. Members of 'the Weslcyan Service Guild , will also -.participate. The purpose, of the- Day of .Advance is to enlist every .woman in the ' church in the work' of the society. ' , FOR SALE Gas refrigerator and oak rocking chair. Write P. O. Box 103, Frostburg, Md. ' Adv.—N-T-Jan. 5 ' FOR SALE ' Living room suite, 9x32 wool rug, withjscrvel Electrolux refrigerator, gas heating stove. 'Phone Frostburg 545-W or 422-M. \ken' 111 while visiting -her sister, ister- Mary Alba, St. Patrick's onvent, is a surgical patient In llegany Hospital, Cumberland. C. of C. To Meet PIEDMONT, W. Va. —Piedmont ouncil No. 685, Knights of Columns, will -meet today .at 8:15 p. m. Adv.—Jan. N-T-5. WANTED Lady driving to Florida middle of January, will take one lady passenger. For information write P. O. Box 103, JFrostburg, Md, Adv.—N-T-Jan. Vf> ^ attacks" over Ardennes, RhinelancJ, Central Europe when he won an Air Medal with four Oak Leaf clusters' as an- aerial gunner. He also wears the ETO ribbon with four I bronze stars. Following his honorable discharge he has attended Davis and Elklns College, Elklns, where he will be graduated In. February with a sachelor's degree. His wife is the former Marie Saygers, Parsons. Lodge To Install . WESTERNPORT —'Miriam. Rebekah Lodge No. 1C will install officers tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the Odd Fellows' Hall. WANTED Instructor to teach Accordion Students in new~muslc studio in Frostburg. Inquire, Ernestine V. V/itrtg ' O.&D-. Novelty Shoppe 18 Broadway Frostlmrfr Phone 541 or 594-J CHARLESTON, W. Va. — (/P) — Vacationers will have to pay, 10 to 35 per -cent more to rent cabins in West Virginia ' state parks next season. The Advisory Conservation Commission approved" the increase after Conservation Director C. C. McClintic reported that- the. cabins wore losing money under the present schedule, and that 'the commission felt it was not justified in "subsidizing vacations." The commission also authorized year-round fishing at -Bluestone Dam near Hinton, Tygart Lake. near Gralton, and Cheat Lake near Morgantown. Infpnfs' and Children's j FOOTWEAR A Large Selection Poll Porrot — Mrs, Dayi ond Wee Twins Condons Shoe Store j 20 W. Main St. Phone Frostburg 890 ! I WE0. - THUB. n A 1 A '/* C MATINEE • PALAV-t NIGHT • "DOUBLE LIFE" 1 starring Ronald Colman — Signo Hasso ' H WED. - THUR. lYRIC NITE ONLY H "BLACK EAGLE" 1 The Story of a Horse — starring William Bishop — Virginia Fatten ^B Of Officers Tonight A nominating committee will .be appointed by Commander John E. Hoffman at a meeting tonight* at 8 of Fort Washington Chapter, No. 2,. Disabled American Veterans,'-.at the post home,' 113 South 'Centre Street. The election,will be held February 2' at 7 p. m. when the committee will report. Additional nominations may be made from the floor. The chapter he!d its first Christmas holiday dinner party' last week with 50 members attending; OES To Install WESTERNPORT—Recently elected officers of Bethlehem Chapter No. 14, Order -of Eastern Star, Will be installed tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at a meeting' at the Odd Fellows' Hall.' .Mrs. Olive Clabaugh, 'deputy grand lecturer, will pay her official visit. ' ' Tree Collection Set •WESTERNPORT—Christmas trees will not be collected by city em- ployes this 'week at the regular garbage collection, but will be-gathered Wednesday morning,' January 12, Mayor William C. Ravenscroft announced, today. PIEDMONT, W.; Va,—The rank ol knight was conferred on three candidates Monday night, by Lafayette Lodge No. 3, Knights of Pythias, Recently elected officers will -be installed Monday. Refreshments will be-served. Couple Feted Ou 12tli Wedding Anniversary FKOSTBUBG—Stella Walker, McCulloh Street, entertained last evening in observance of the twelfth wedding aniversary of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.- George Walker, and 1 the thirty-third birthday of the son, George. Games were played. The refreshment table was "centercd : with a large birthday cake. Members of ;he "Blue Note" orchestra, ol which Mr. Walker is a member, were guests. Mrs. Walker was' assisted ,n serving by her daughter-In-law, Child Conference Set A child hygiene' conference will be conducted at the Ellerslie Community Hall tomorrow at 10 a: m. •tilts' INSURANCE We 'Sell it! HOLBEN Insurance Agency 11 Broadway, Frostburg Phone 63-J Recruiting Zone* Set Up In City Aruiy, Air, Force Base Plaii On Population A four-zoned plan in- Uie- city for Amry -and Air Force recruiting has been ' put into effect, Lt.-. George J. Gocke, commanding officer, has announced. ''.•''• Cumberland lias been divided into four zones roughly based on population and the "number of institution* in'the'prescribed area.. • ' If a man living in the South^Snd. •wished to join either service i*. would report to the Postoffice Sta-r tibn ."A," Virginia• Avenue, rather than the Baltimore'Street Recruitta, station. Should he, report .to Baltimore Street office, his pa] would, be sent to CpL Robert" Gamer on.-Virginia Avenue. ; An effort has been made.to make-. each recruiter .responsible -for- a. zone familiar to him. Sgt:'Clarence.'. Biehn and'Sgt. J. K. Dye wilTTCOrfc; from the Baltimorfe Street office as • usual but will be -assigned regular> territories.'Sgt. George P. KSrby Tdtt:. : keep his -headquarters in the 1 office of the Maryland State Employment • Service. Cpl.- Gamer is a.resident-of the South'End section. Sgt. Blair Roblnctte will be-, asr signed to the Baltimore Street office as' a contact man. ' He 'will tmv« • no special territory but will work on- . Baltimore Street and see that-appli- .-'• cants are assigned to their proper sections. • '• ..'•••'. Only one new 'office, -the,one to.,. Station "A," will have to be set up under the Cumberland zoning plan... ,t. Gecko said it should be ready ior use Friday. •• • •'•Another zoning change has'.been made-in adding. Lonaconing to ,tfa« ."•. Westernport of flee.-It. had formerly'., been under the'jurisdiction of Frost-" . . . Recruiters and' their areas are a*ollows: • Sgt. Biehn, - headquarters, Baltt- • more .Street- office, all area, within .he s.outh. side of'Baltlmora Street, west side of .South Centre Street, south' side-of Williams Street, vest " side of Hilltop Drive, north side of . • Oldtown Road, and from the east and south side of Greene Street to . the Potomac' River city' limits. Dyo; hindquarters, Baltimore-. Street office, all urea within north, -: and west of Greene Street to north-, crn city limits, north side of Baltimore Street, south side of. Sout& Centre Street, south and west side. . of Franklin Street- and. Roxbuiy. Avenue. - . .- Cpl. Garner, headquarters, "Sta- ;. ion A", south side of Cresap Street, ••. •outh side of Oldtown Road, soutfcf Ide of Hilltop Drive and south side jf Williams-Street to city limits... • ;' Sgt. Klrby, headquarters, Employ- • ment Office, east side-of Holland Street, east side of Franklin'Strew.. •ast 'and north sides of North Cen- • re Street, and nortli'and east sides . if .Williams. Street to city limits. . MT. CITY CAB Frostburg 525 Taxi Stand Lecottd In Hotel Gunt«r 24-Hour Service Fhotajrapdic Suppliei An»tcnr »n* »r Authorized Dtalcn Groflcx—Btll ond How«l(— Eqrtm« Kodak—Argut-JUrert— Notcfr- Victor—DuPonf D«ftndtr—lok* : Ztnith fodiot. Model Hobby Supplies Comp/ttt 'in* sporting good* Hunting ond fishing lupplin •"<! equipment KEYSER SPORTING GOODS AND QAMERA SHOP ,» rJeiJinoiit Strett TioM.im W«it AUTO LIFE O H Chemist To Speak WESTERNPORT —- Gerald Haywood, research chemist of th« Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and \ ?aper Company, .will speak on his recent trip to Europe at the January meeting of the Social Welfare Club tomorrow at 8 p. m. in the Firemen's Room of the Westamport City Building. DESIGN HOUSE Decorators and - Designers Hours Daily 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. Consultation by Appointment 45 W. Main St. . Frostburs Phone 882 It Doesn't Cost Anymore To 'Do It Right T AX I CALL 547 ^ Frostburg For CLIFF & SHORTY'S CAB Frasfburg's Newest Cab Business IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CONCRETE BLOCKS • ( • ^ .and 8 inch KILN DRIED LEWIS . CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 8 Taylor St. Frostburg Phone 322 K. K. Mawhinnty 100 D St: Phone 2H7S Keywr, W. Va. representing , Form Bureau-Mutual Aut« -. Inl. Co. Farm Bureau Mutual Fir«, Int. Co.- , ..."'. Farm Bureau Life Inl. Co. . Homt Office, Co!umbui,.0. IV O Health & Accident • FOR SALE Modtm RtsttHraMt INFROSTBURfi... Phow Frostburc 270-J M«ns Troustrs For Drcsj Or Work. Fruit Of The Loom & Botany Dins Shirts Botany "500" Top Coats & Suits WHEN YOU BUY, BUY THE BEST IT COSTS LESS IN THE LONG RUN A. CHAS. STEWART The Home Of. Good Clothci ATTENTION Members of Farrody Post No. 24 Drum.and Bugle Corps Nomination. and Election of Officers i Tonight 7:30 P.M. Legion Ham* CHAS. W. MERBAUGH, Prei.

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