Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 6, 1949 · Page 18
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FRO§ And Western. Maryland Evening Times, Thursday, January 6, 1949 Thomas Elias Named Head Of Frostburg Business Group FROSTBURG—Thomas Ellas was elected president of the Frostburg Business Association last night at a • well attended meeting in the city William Thomas was chosen vice ' president; Robert Prichard, secretary, and Mrs. 'Edna Griffith, treasurer. The nominating committee's recommendation that.Prichard and •;'Joseph Lee Linn be appointed to serve on all busfness promotional committees and that XJnn be appointed publicity agent was accepted. Richard 'Hill Byrne, guidance counselor at Beall High School, ex- 'jjlained the diversified' occupations . program to be offered in • Frostburg 1 In September if a minimum of 20 students enroll. • ' Byrne stated that the plan is -to broaden education in high school . with graduates completing the course prepared to take jobs backed by training in the class room «rnd actual on-the-job experience. According to the speaker, the program • includes four hours of • study.dally in the school and four iours of'work at'a particular job. Ee pointed out that students would work, in various place's of .business In Frostburg. The Instructor at the school would visit the employers daily to check on progress and ascertain on what points the student was in need of training. He cited as an example. that a student, employed in the afternoons in . a clerical position, -who did everything ' well except . spelling, would then be given hours of spelling drill at the- school. He pointed out that these part-time student workers •would be paid a wage scale agreeable to employer and school officials. • ' Byrne -also asked 'the association to work with the school faculty in providing part-time employment for worthy students, who, because of financial adversity in the home, are faced with the problem of. earning money or leaving school to take steady employment. He said many good students, are forced to drop their high school educations because of financial need in their, homes, and that by^cooperation with school officials' businessmen could secure part-time workers and also make it possible.for such students lo complete their' education. He suggested that a backlog "be • created with, merchants holding jobs lor,these students'.- Both plans met with wide approval of the association and the president stated that n committee would be appointed to work with the school. Ira Langluttig, Robert Karlowa, William Lemmert and Robert Prichard were appointed to serve as ' a' committee to work with A. Charles Stewart in securing- a. delegation of residents to go to Annapolis to ap- 'pear before the Maryland General Assembly and urge the passage, of the bill that would provide funds lor the expansion of Frostburg 'State Teachers' College... • • Jerry Groves, William Grim and Robert Bachman were named as a committee to workout a plan of dues, on a sliding scale based on the size of the business house, to be ' presented to the association for consideration at its next regular meet' ing. - Mo action was taken regarding the changing of store nours in. the .'City. Brief Mention ..- The Eva Jeffries Class of First • Methodist Church, will meet .Monday at 8 p. m. in the church lec- . -ture room. Nancy and' Elizabeth Arnold will serve as hostesses. 1 . Martin Rooney has returned to "Washington after visiting his brutii- er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barry, La Vale. . . The Philathea Class of ths Eng- •L'sa Baptist Church will -meet'Fri- day at 7:30 p. m. at,the church. Mr. and Mrs..William'Festermar Jr, announce the birth of a daui ,.'.ter yesterday in Miners Hospital." • • Mrs. Leota Miller, 17% West Mai Street, remains ill at her home. James Anderson, ; West Mai Street, is in 2\ T ew York on bustoes: Carl Harpers Parents Of Parsons 1949 Baby , " PARSONS, W. Va.—The f irst'bab reported .born in the Parsons 'sectio in the New Year was a son to-Mr and .Mrs. Carl Harper, Parsons: PVT. GEORGE C. MILLER' Hero's Burial Rites Planned FROSTBURG—The -body of Pvt George C. Miller, 2G, who was killed in action in • Germany March 31 1945, will arrive in Cumberland r.exl Tuesday at 11:53 aai: and then-be brought to the Hafer Funeral Home here. • .'•'•• Wednesday it will .be taken to the Zihlmnn .Methodist Church to remain until Thursday at 2 p.m. wher funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Walter D. Merhling, pastor of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church. Miller, a son of Daniel B. Miller, Maple Street, was inducted into the Army in July, 1944, and. assigned to -Company D, 43rd Tank Battalion. . . He was ; killed while fighting in Germany, when the enemy blew up Us tank and a sniper's fire caught him as he was attempting to. escape. Besides his father and stepmother, Mrs. Hazel Kreitzburg Miller, he is survived by his widow, Mrs. George Edwards, this city, and two sons, Seorge and .Gary'Millerf He was a brother of Harold Miller, Zihlman: Jackson Miller, Barberton, Ohio; William, Michael and Juanita Miller, Frostburg, and a half-brother of Mrs. Mary Little, Cumberland; Mrs. Louise Dors'ey, .Corriganville; Mrs, Helen Shires, Zihlman;. Carl Pollock, Mt. Savage; Robert Pollock, Johnstown; Pa., and Kenneth Pollock, Frostburg. Plans Rally FROSTBURG—The Fellowship of the Pre T sbytery of Baltimore, Western. Maryland branch, 'will hold "its ( bi-monthly rally Sunday, at 3. p. in. in First Presbyterian Church. Delegates will : attend' from First Presbyterian, Cumberland; First Presbyterian, Lonacoriing; , First Presbyterian, Barton; Southminster Presbyterian,' Cumberland; Moffatt Memorial Mission, Barrelville and the host church.' During- the devotional .service a sound picture, "Journey Into Faith," will be shown. This film, produced recently in Hollywood, is based on the story, of the "Two Men' From Emmaus." . James T. Taylor, 'Jr., moderator of the host Westminster Fellowship will preside at. the service. The re- iponsivo reading will be led by Donald Bell. The organist will be Mrs James T. Taylor, Sr., and the invocation will be given"by Rev. John Cameron Taylor, pastor of the local church. • . • Officers for.-1949 -will be elected and installed ' during the business session and plans will be discussed for future meetings. The social period will be in charge of Miss Jane ~irindle. The committee for.refresh- nents includes Mrs. James M. Kim, "Mrs. Harrison C. Givens, Jr., Mrs. John C." Taylor, Mrs.' Louis Bell, Mrs: J.imes T. Taylor, Mrs. Henry "Schulttieis and Mrs. Ralph Crowe. . The-Westminster Fellowship is an organization for young .people; 12 to 23; of the Presbyterian denomination. Officers of the 'local church group are Moderator, James T. Tayor, Jr.; vice moderator, D.onald Bell; stated clerk, Margaret Jan° Jim, and ;reasurer, Henry Schulthois, Jr. Barton Auxiliary Installs Officers ' •BARTON—Installation -of officers if the Ladles 'Auxiliary of Barton iose Company No. 1 was conducted Tuesday night at the Fire Hall by Sis. Louise Lamberson. Those installed .were Mrs: Vera fete, president; Kathleen' Hendra, ice president; • Margaret Devlin; ecording secretary; Myrtle Saville, manclal secretary; Anna Magruder, treasurer, and Madeline. Miller, his- Drian. -, "Committees appointed follow: ick, Mrs. Jane Davis, chairman, nd • Ellen Wilson;', amusement, Barton Firemen Install Officers • • . . i BARTON—Officers ol the.Barton Hose Company No. 1 were installed at a mectlr.g in the flreTiall Monday night. ' . They include Henry Howcll, president; Giffen McCormick, vice president; Roy Snyder, recording secretary: Jack SaviHe, financial secretary; Joseph Slauhart; -treasurer; James Chappell, captain; - Howarc Wilkes, chief; Forrest .Mowbray, assistant chief: •William P. Miller captain.of reels: and executive committee, John Howell, ; chairman, John ' Roberts, AdoJph Howe]], Gilbert Warnick and C. C. Keyes., '.,Appointments anno.uncedby Howell were Jesse' Kimble;. -.hall manager :and chairman of amusement committee; Forrest Mowbray, chaiztnan of • games ''.committee; John Howell, chairman of-kitchen committee.; • Leon Kirk, chairman of club committee, and'Sherman Hyde, chief of police. Each chairman will announce his committee at the next meeting January 17. James Chappell, captain, appointed Ernes; Poland, first lieutenant, Jolfti Howell, second lieutenant, and Forrest Kowbray, sergeant. Howard Wilkes; chief, appointed William P. Miller, chief truck driver, and Calvin Lamberson, Oris McCormick, Jesse Kimble and. Giffen McCormick," drivers. A' donation of S25 was made to the March of ..Dimes and treasurer, games,'Club and amusement reports will be made at the • next meeting. Howell has' started- his seventh consecutive term, as president and Shuhart has been' 1 treasurer for the past 22'years. Jay.cees Will Plan Year's Activities . FROSTBURG-^Activities for 1949 ^ __ o __ will be planned at a' meeting of the recovering "from"an" "illness°<jF"s'ev- Frostburg Junior. Chamber, of Com- ] cm i months, merce Friday night at 8 pjn. in-the leda Ktmble, chairman, • 'Myrtle aville, Louise Lamberson, Kathleen lendra, Lilly Ross and Nellie •Towel], and publicity,' Louise Lamerson. The'auxiliai'y will sponsor a benefit party Monday, January 10, at 8 o'clock in the Fire Hall J'or the March of Dimes drive. Personals Miss Zella Broad-water is' spending several days-with Mr. and Mrs, Clement Logsdon. Mrs. Logsdon is" Post Will Move To New Quarters FROSTBURG—The new quarters of John R. Fairgrieve Post No. 2462,1 Veterans of Foreign • Wars, in the' remodeled Race Hotel Building will be occupied in two weeks. The brick building is a two-story structure., with a large basement. The main floor will have a tap room, cocktail lounge, dance hall, kitchen, two storage rooms and rest rooms.' ' The entire first floor is covered with oak flooring'. / - . Unit Plans Party Belgian Married For Dimes Benefit To Leston Smith NEW GARRETT SENATOR—Governor .W.- Preston Lane;'(seated), signs.the appointment.naming Neil C. Fraley,-(standing), Oakland, state senator from Garrett county as the Maryland General Assembly ' convened its regular session hi Annapolis last : night. Fraley's brother, Lawrence Fraley, also of Oakland, resigned the-post .yesterday because of illness. • Neil C. Fraley Replaces Brother As State Senator ANNAPOLIS—(.f)—Garrets county still was represented today in the State Senate by a Fraley, but it At the entrance there is an inside wasn , t the one . elected to . the post _ upsfin'llp pnntllinfy rmp5r<; r.n pnrpr! vestibule enabling the dance '. hall guests to without enter! through the tap room. The floor consists of a meeting room and apartments.' • The post was 'organized in 1936 and met .one year "in the Engle Building before the Bete Building in 1037. Officers are.. Arch BaXe;-,' commander; Robert Kergan, vice commander;'John Kriepp, quartermaster; Alexander Nicol, adjutant; Ran?on Nave, judge advocate, nnd S. W. A hurried switch of brother for rother was made last night when the General . Assembly convened. Neil C. Praley arrived with.'the resignation of his -brother, Senator Lawrence Fraley '(R-Garrett),*ar.d his own endorsement from the 'Garrett "County. State Central "Committee. . •-.,'. Lawrence suffered a cerebral hemorrhage two weeks ago and is in Memorial',Hospital, Cumberland. Neil .Fraley arrived at 7:40 p. m. Green,, Harry Smith and William : He "carried with him Lawrence' Mears, trustees. i sifrnation, and menfc his own cndorse- recreation room of Salem- leal and Reformed Church. The group is interested in the meeting to be held in City Hall January 12 to promote playgrounds in the community and improve the swimming pool-and adjacent playgrounds, • ' •• The Jaycees will make tentative plans for sponsoring local girls to appear in.a "Miss Frostburg" beauty contest to be conducted 'this', summer. The winner will represent Froslburg in the "Miss Maryland Pageant of 1949." Other, projects to be discussed will be the Miners Hospital sidewalk and bills pending in the Legislature pertaining to Frostburg. Mr. 'anci Mi's. Eugene Harris, Frostburg, announce the birth of a son.. Mrs. Harris is the former Darlene Warnick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'William Warnick,' New Ger- manyr . • • . Mrs. .Wade H. Broadwater is recovering from a_recent illness.; Mrs, Harmon Arnold, formerly -of here, and now residing in Frostburg, is a patient in Miners' Hospital, Frostburg, with a fractured knee suffered on New Year's Eve. - • CM2eHS TO Plail j He was met at the State House _^ • ~ . I entrance by Minority Leader Kim- Dimes d - MT. • SAVAGE—A meeting of citizens of Mt. • Savage has been planned for Sunday at 2 p. m. in the Community Center _to formulate plans -for the March of Dimes campaign. .PTA To Meet The Barent-Teachc: Association of Mt. Savage School will : leet tonight at 7:30 in the school auditor- -rersonals Gerald barrel! is a ibl'S (R-Allegany) who escorted him ; to the: Governor's office. The Governor had Fraley's ap- pointment'all ready, so that the new senator could be sworn in immediately a/ter the legislature convene • Fraley- was state's attorney 1 years. He retired two years ago an has been practicing law in Oaklan since. • He commented that he hoped I 1 "can do as good a. job reprcscntir the people of. Garrett county as in , brother, has.' patient- in. Another Garrett county legislato College Addition Opened For Use FROSTBURG—The "first and second floors -of the three-story addition to the Women's Residence Hall at Frostburg State Teachers College were opened Monday when students returned from the holiday, vacation. The first floor increased the dining room space from a Seating capacity of 90 to" 150, while the second story provides living accommodations for .12 more students with six rooms completely finished and furnished. ' , . ' The building project was'started last spring by the Vandegrift Construction Company of Cumberland. The third floor . is expected to be finished in the near.future. Hospital, Cumberland, i was unable'to be on hand for. th after fracturing his right ankle in a .open-jig. He is Delegate fall several days ago. • • ' • i Mclntiro, who suffered a Mrs. William Farrell is a medical | tack .during the deer hunting- sea Ronald : heart The child, weighing seven pounds was born in Tucker County Hos pital, January 2 at 5:40 a. m. The mother is the former Isabel Wilson, daughter or Mr. and Mrs Clarence Wilson. The father, •reteran, is employed by Dorman Mills, Inc.. JParsons, and is a son o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harper, Moore VMr. and Mrs. Jack" Crosteu Thomas, announce the birth .of a son. Jack, Jr., Tucker County Hospital. December 30. The mothe: is the former Janice Carr, daughtei of Mrs. Bertha Carr of Benbush £=ktemal grandparents are Sheriff •«.nd Mrs. D. E. Crosten, Parsons Rev. Weliler Speaker For Service Toniglu FRCSTBURG—Rev. George L "WeUer, pastor of Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church, will 'dclivei . the sermon tonight at Sc. Paul's Lutheran Church in the Week of Prayer services being conducted bi, the Frostburg Ministerial Association. His subject will be, "Releasin, Spiritual Energies For An Atomic Ago". Fatalism is the doctrine that.all -dings happen, according to n prearranged fate, exorable decree. necessity or Jn- The greatest man In the world .Is the fellow you might be if it dMnt take so much energy. Enjoy A Delicious MEAL This Week At The Finest Restaurant In Western Maryland • Stoop's Restaurant East Main Street FROSTBURG Westeriiporl Woman Accepts Church Job Tucker Comity Woman's Clubs Slate Meetings' PARSONS, W. Va. — The Limestone Farm Woman's Club, will-hold its January meeting at the home of Mrs. Ernest Adams today with Mrs. Samuel Plum as leader. '. The Canaan.• .Valley -Farm Wom- an's'Club'will meet Thursday, Jan- WESTERNPORT - Miss Everypjuary. 13-, with Mrs.'.Hoyc Smith, Biggs, Maryland Avenue, has accepted a position as secretary of the Highland Park Methodist Church, Richmond, Va. Rev. James, Robertson, former pastor of Trinity .Methodist Church, Piedmont, Mrs. Robertson, and daughter, Sara, motored here Monday to take Miss Biggs 'to Richmond yesterday. While here Rev. Robertson and family were the guests of Eev. and Mrs. 0. C. Mitchell ;.t the Methodist parsonage at Piedmont. Rev. Robertson is pastor of the "Highland Park Church.'Miss Biggs will reside with- the Robe'rtsons. Man Shot In Arm •leader, at Tele home of Mrs. Goff patient in Memorial Hospital, 'Cumberland. •• Methodist Youth Groups Hold Rally PARS0NS, W. Va. — St. John's Methodist Youth . Fellowship was host to the Parsons sub-district .Youth Fellowship rally son. December Report Made By Moorefield Co-Op MOOREFIELD, W:-Va.—The Dec ember report o_f .the use 'of facili ties at the Moorefield Commum't Cannery has been given by C. Monday evening by 60 rcpre- '. Hifo, supervisor. sentatives. The program presented included prelude -by Mrs. .J. Harold Felton; readings by James Shrqut, president of the John's group; J.udith. Holly Meadows Club will meet at the hpme. of. Mrs. H. Clay L'ong on Thursday, January 20, with Mrs, Dale Barr. 'as leader. ' !• "The Ham-bletqn-Hendricks English club . will hold its January meeting, at the. home of Mrs. F. C. Randolph with Mrs. C. R. Parsons and. Mrs. Herbert 'Smith -assisting hostesses. The leader will be Mrs. Ford Fink. Tucker Schools Serve 19,000 Meals In Month At Target Practice - PARSONS, W. Va. — Reardon Cuppett, Tucker ' county ' superintendent of schools, said today that PARSONS, W. Va.—A Blackman's 19,347 meals were served'during the Flats resident is a patient in Tucker month of December to 1,138 students County -Hospital after being -shot in the 15 hot programs of the accidentally by his brother-in-lawi county, Hamrick Grade School was .vhile target practicing. The injured man, Denver Mc!lure, was wouned in the left arm and. shoulder ,'by Benjamin Simmons, \.of Blackman's Flats. , Fourteen-year-old Ella Sne Simmons is a patient in the same hospital for a fracture of the left ankle suffered in - a fall Sunday . at the lome of her aunt, Mrs. Clara Lantz Davis, She is a daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Lawrence Simmons, Mrs. Nora Dawson, wife of Ray Dawson, Thomas, fractured low •ibs and her collarbone when sh'e 'ell'in front of her hous-a Sunday >hc is-a patient in an Elkins Hos- iltal. ' . . " the largest with 3,458 meals -served to 221 students. Parsons'High School served '3,458 meals; Parsons Graded, 3,350; Thomas, 136 students, and Davis, 101. students, Gable, Paul Hehle; Jr., Jane Hamrick, Betty Lou- Parsons and Donald Good; vocal solo, Miss '.Sally Ann English, and selections by the choir. •' ' . During the business session, Paul H-shle, .Jr., WES elected treasurer to replace Ida Mae Canfleld, Montrosa. Sportsmen to Elect FROSTBDBG — .Officers of the Allegany-Garrett County- Sports 1 - men's' Association will be elected Friday night at 8'p. m. at a meeting on 'the third floor of the City Fire Hall, according to Her.ry R. Yates, president. ' - ..- Four beeves- and 198 hogs wer butchered during the month an 7,163 pounds of lard rendered, i total of 262 pounds of pudding an 317 pounds of' were pro pared during the month. A total o 3,374 pounds of sausage -was als< made., Tha cannery prepared 33 No. i cans of fruit and 29 quarts of fruits 932 quarts of meat, 11 quarts an 66 pints of vegetables. Forty-thre persons used the 'cannery facilitie in December. The cannery will be ,ope.n from 8:30 a.'m. to 5:30 p. m. Monday through Fridays during January. Neoprene does not support combustion-.' abd_ -is used in flame re sistant jackets for electric wire and cables on shipboard. THURS.'- FRI. SAT. MATINEE NIGHT PALACE THE NOOSE HANGS HIGH Starring Bud. Abbott - Lou Cosf-ello WED. - THUB, NITE ONLY The catacombs were tombs hewn in solid rock usod by the Etruscans as independent fam.ily burial places, ;rouped togelher.- -" LEG PAINS MY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys When disorder o£ kidney function lOisonous mutter to remain In your blood, t may cuuse nuKpinR backache, rheumatic pains, Ip£ pnins, losa of pep nnd energy, K«t> InC 1 ui> Tiijrhta. swelling, pu (Tineas under the yes. .hcadnchos nnd dizziness. Frcqacnt or . canty pn and burning . omctimc* shown there ia something •with your kidneys or bUuldcr. Pcrt't wait I Ask your* druffjrist for Donn'B il\6. n stimulant diuretic, uncd auccciiaruliy y mlltiong for over CO years, Doan'H irfvc Hippy >eHef nnd \vill help the 15 miles oJ Utiney tubes flush out poinonou3wastc£rom /pur blood. Get Dean's Piliu . •: , v Advertisement Isn't There Someone ^Whose Heart You Want To Gladden? " Do' it with 'flowers -."... front ' • •.;. .. l?4; Blossom SHOP! t.. ' 9"<7t Vkmc 674 LYRIC "BLACK EAGLE" Tho Story of a Horse — starring William Bishop — Virginia Patton INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE ^ Keff. Now Kitchen Stools 3.45 2.00 Bathroom 'HamDers ;..... 6.95 2.75 Plates, 12 inches, green , . 75 .05 Desk. Clock ; 12.95 4.95 Waste Basket (metal, all colors) ..89 .25 National.Advertised Paints Of Odds and Ends Greatly Reduced Lemmert Bros, Paint & Hardware 149 E. Main Sr. Frostburg, Md. PHONE 360 t-H-1-l'M 1 1 1 1-H-H-M I 1- H-I-I'' Art Exhibit to Close ,. At State Teachers Today FH,OSTBURG—Today will be the final showing- of the art exhibit at _Prostbuvg State Teachers' College. The display lias been furnished by the Oklahoma City! Art Company and is., being sponsored by th« art appreciation class of the college. • Members of- the class • serve as guides and explain the works displayed. The exhibit 1 will be open-to the public today from 4 to 6 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m. Over. 300, persons have viewed the paintings. BARTON—The Auxiliary Unit' 0 Barton Post No. 189, American Le gion, made- • plans for a benefi party Monday, January 17, at I p. rn. for the March of Dimes-drive at a meeting-this week-in..the Pos' Home. The unit also voted to changi the regular meeting night from the first Monday to. the second' Fridaj of each month. Mrs. Molly Kiddy was appointee to the refreshment-. committee replacing Mrs.", Kathleen' Nesbltt, -who has been named to the. membership committee. The .unit, is now 'conducting a drive for members, i Members of the. Barton unit wil be'host to'the Mountain: District meeting' at the Post. Home Sunday afternoon, January 23. Gifts Presented Mrs: James v Galtens , and Mrs Frank Metz were glvea-.glits in appreciation for their 'services by members .of the"-Friendly Helpers Bible Class 'of.'First Methodist Church at a recent meeting in the church. ,' * .Those present, were Lola Andrews, Daisy Eyde, Mildred. McDonald, Vermllia and Mildred Porter, Evelyn Suder, Vada Metz,. Ruth Shuhart and Mildred Martin. Entertains At Party Mrs. .Graydon Andrews entertained at a party at 'her home recently for Mrs. Arthur P. Hoffa, Mrs. Elliott Nefflen, Mrs; .Daisy Hyde, Mrs. Robert Inskee'p, Jr., Mrs. Alexander ~>ross, Mrs. J. Irvln Martin and''Mrs; Floyd Gattens. • ' Personals ' Mrs. Emma Warnick Las-returned from. Fairmont, W. Va: 'Pfc. .Marvin Broadwater returned to' Chanute Field Air Base, 111,,.after spending- a 12-day furlough with his grandparents, Mr." and Mrs. Wade H. Broadwater, New Germany, pfc. Broadwater will graduate from a school of mechanical construction this week. Miss Clara Ann Hyde has returned from week's visit with Miss Jane Chappeil, Cumberland. Miss Hazel Metz has returned to Detroit, where she'is employed, after spending several days with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Metz. Edwin w. . Michael visited his brotlier-in-law and sister,,'Mr. and Mrs. James Hummell,' Meyersdale, Pa. ' • • . Dancer Fractures Arm LONACONING- — Miss" • Frances Schlereth, ballet dancer in Central High' School's operetta, "The Bells of Bagdad," caused a postponement of the operetta from January 9 and 10 to February 9 and "10 when-she fractured her arm'- in an accident during the holidays. Check that Cough from a cold Before It Gets Worse — and g»t wed quicker with Hi* NCW FOLEY'S Tho -MEW FOLKY'S HONEY * -TAR contains one of the mewl Important cough .roatmont developments in yoirs. one lb*t ACTUALLY HELPS SPEBO RECOVERY. AJm toothras tbron, chock* cough- Ins. Also delicious, noo-nircotlc. docs i^ ipsot digestion. But roortimportant. A'JSW FOLEY S hflpi you pel well ituiclur from tough duo to cold. At your druggist. Advertisement" LONACONIN(?—Married in.Has-, set, Belgium', November 27, Mr. and Mrs. Lester- Smith- are .visiting,-Mr. . and .Mrs. P.. A. Smith; Churcli .Street. .'•'••• . • • • The'bride 1 is the.former Yvonne Haenen, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph. HEienen, of Hassett, and. was employed as a stenographer for the Belgium government. The bridegroom 1 has been serving with -the. Army' Transport Service. •• He is awaiting transfer orders. - Four-H Clubs To Meet ' . The Lonaconing.-Senior 4-H 'Club' will meet; tomorrow' night at the Some 'of. Marlene Wilson, High Street. Committees' will be an- • nounc.ed and Miss Gloria Bonn, assistant home- demonstration agent,' will speak. .':;.... The Junior .i-H.Club will meet . Wednesday, '• January' 12, at the home of Mary Lee' Wilson, East Main Street. Personals .. rs.' Elizabeth Cosgrove, Ch-urch Street, is reported ill at her. home. Meeting Postponed. WESTfcRNPORT—The meeting of the 'Anna King Circle of the" W.S.C.S.- of Trinity. Methodist Church scheduled at the .home of Mrs. Milton-Newlon, Maryland Avenue, has.been,-postponed to. Monday, January. 17, because- of the; visit here January. 10 of Bishop Lloyd Wicke,- of 'the' Pittsburgh- District, of, the Methodist Church. • A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal Creomulsionrelievespromptly because it goes right to the se»r of the trouble to help loosen nod expel germ laden phlegm ud aid nature to soothe and hczl raw, tender, inflamed bronchial . mucous membranes.Tell yourdruggut 10 sell you z bottle of Creomuision with ihc understanding you must like ,the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money bade. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Cheir Coldt, Bronchitis Pre-Inycntory. Sale of Topcoats $40.00 now $34,99 545.00 now $38.99 $50.00 now $42.99 Extra Special Lot $28.99 BOBHOHING , MEN'S WEAR ' 53-E. Main St.,. Frcstburj Look for the Label Beautiful rugs by Bigelcw. Theiiame. which- means; tie roost on your rug is-Bigelow, it stands for quality and' fair practice, economy-arid . beauty. Come in and see our beau- [tiful selection today. 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