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And West Virginia- Evening Times, Thursday, January 6/1949 - 'Romney Physician Charges. Town's W'ater Contaminated MCOREFIELD, \V. Va.—Recently elected officials of Hardy county tool: office .this week. Courtney L. Pratt assumed his Hardy Couples W-.ed In Romnev MOOREFIELD, Wl Va. • John. William -Bean and Lpudema Gay Sager, both of Hardy'county, were united in marriage on December 18, 1948 by Rev. B. W. Smith at his ROMNEY. W. Va. —Backed by analyzntion of two samples of water, Dr. J. F, Eastern, Romney physician, has charged that the town's, water supply is contaminated. In a statement given a Romney newspaper, Dr. Easton asks for action by the town council. The statement indude's the analysis report of W..Arnold Gunther, of the Cumberland Laboratories, who found fescal matter in the water. Dr. Easton's statement follows: "The Romney water supply is contaminated. The citizens, of Romney must devise some means of -supplying safe water and avoid the dangers of water borne diseases from Alkire OES Group Elects Officers " KEYSER, W. Va.—Officers of the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club of Alkire Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, were. elected at a duties as sheriff succeeding A. W.l rc fidencejn Romney. Mnthias. During..a period. 'of 36 years, Pratt has served as sheriff four years and deputy sheriff 2G years. A farmer and lime dealer 1 v/?th his brother, Harry S. Pratt, and native of the. eastern -section of the .county. Sheriff. .Pratt has resided in the Moorefield community 45 -years. A son of Edwin Pratt and the late Mrs. Jemima.Ii .Susan (Veach) Pratt; he attended Moorefield. High School. Ho "'is a veteran of World War'I. He. has appointed as Thomas F. Ward. They are Mrs. Katharine Brill, president; Miss Frances Davis, vies president;, Mrs. Lillian Keys, secretary,, and Mrs. Jessie Burke, treas- :rer. Those present were Mr.rand Mrs. .. intermittent ^pollution of our pres- Jnc ; ol) she ar. Mr. and" Mrs. Bruce '" Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Richards, Mr. .and Mrs. 'Thomas Mcsriamcs Carrie Carskadon, Lena F.. Ward, Miss Ida Frances Ward, Huston, Bessie Cosner, Lillian Keys, Katherine Welshonce, Catoria Martin, Edith Oeldbaugh, Hazel Mar' ent -water supply. . "The state and county officials designated to the. duties of health protection do not' function. That "the pumps are ;-old and worn' 'patently has nothing whatever to do with the purity or impurity of the water pumped. * Whatever the condition of the water plant, pumps or niters, there can be no excuse lor failure to notify the consumers when the water is unsafe. "We must have n safe and .efficient filter plant and a safe per-, sonnel in charge. "The. following report of . analysis was made December 17, 1948, from faucet water after the visible mud - and silt had disappeared .from the water. It was made in Cumberland because mailing: containers to the State Health Department were ' refused at the local health 1 office. It follows: Cumberland Laboratories • Diagnostic and 'Exclusion Tests Cumberland, Maryland December 21, 1948 Dear Dr. Easton: The two samples of water left at Health La born tory were exam- toed by me and found to contain coliforms in five lOcc amounts, and can therefore be considered contaminated • with. fecal material. Very truly yours, W. A. Gunther. Thf town of Romney Council must determine and report what is needed to give us safe, water, and the citizens must supply the need." Romney pumps its water from the South Branch of the.Potomac to H reservoir on a hill above the town. A .<qx>kcsrnnn for the council said today that prior to the newspaper notice, the commissioners had no knowledge of the condition of the town's drinking water. that capacity under Sheriff A. W. Mathias.. .' ': W. D. McCauley, Who was elected prosecuting ' attorney, succeeds his father, George W. McCauley. Anton M. Keller started a four- year term as assessor succeeding his father, William Keller, and' appointed 'Delmas Sherman andJSoy Bean' as his deputies^ , J. Harry Dolan. roelected a justice of the peace in Moorefit-ld District, qualified- and gave bond with Helen S. Dolan as surety. • Maurice Beall, reeiected a jus- tin. Nolle Smith.' Katherine Brill, H "^"'t, „ , ' .'^^ u * , J ^' Woi-v TCr™mn .!»«,> -R'nrlfn Wlnn UCe ° f thC P EaCe m Ca P° n District, Mary Broomc, Jessie Burke, Nina Smith, Randa Lyons, and Misses Jean Emily Frost and Frances Davis, Mrs. Carrie Carskadon, a charter member of Alkire. was honored with a large birthday cake and presented a corsage of red rosebuds. . Grantsville ' GRANTSVILLE—A deputy collector of internal revenue will be at the Grnntsvllle Post ' Office to assist taxpayers in filing amended estimated income tax returns and farmers in filing estimated income tax returns for the calendar year, qualified and gave bond with S. M. Gay 'as surety. The Hardy County Court held its first meeting of the new year Tuesday and chose Carl S. Welton, reelected for a six-year term, as president for the year. . The other members of the court Victor Elwood Crites'and Gather- Graham Heads Produce Group PARSONS, W. Va.—Fay Graham, Hcndricks, was re-elected president of the Canaan Valley Produce Association at a meeting in Cosrier School recently. Other officers named are Francis .••-,-. u 11 t TT j „,,„(.„ wuier oiiicurs mvmea are i-runcis ipe raornc, both of Hardy. county,, Bk6 Jldt H rmjj , frere mamcd m Romuey December h _£: , s ,,' . J . ' V\ lOlfl hV Wnir Allnn Trim* 1 Thn "COMirCr, JjtnCI O1J1KC1, SeCreUUy, 31. 1948 by Rev. Allen Jones. T.ic Bcri1flrrlln F. fl "Thompson, business bnclcBi-oom JS a son of Roy E. and • ~ n ri%, nt ., ; ,U Cncll' Pnr- Lucy -Crites, and the bride is a daughter of Jesse-and Eula Thornc. Apply To Wed ( " •Applications for marriage' liceTises have been filed, in. the Hardy "county clerk's' office by: Stanley 'Saline Kuykendafi and L'ena Patricia May; Carl Lloyd Anderson and Nadine Virginia KTerr; and Wpodrow Cleveland' Strawderman.and Vada Pauline Mongol d,' all of Hardy county; and'Asbury Adam Boyca, of Hampshire county, and Julia • Catherine Parker, of Hardy county. Brief Mention John M. Golliday Post, American Legion, held' a New Year's Eve dance. Music was furnished by a local orchestra. . , Mrs. A. C. McNeill, John G. McNeill and Thomas B. McNeill enter-, tained at an intermission party on New Year's Eve in honor of Mr. and! manager, and directors, Cecil'Par- sons, nnd- Goi'f Teter. Only 18 growers plan to particl- 670 Students In 4-H Club Work PARSONS, W. Va.—Miss Esther Feathers, Tucker County' 4-H Club lender, -announced tcxiay. that 670 students-in county schools from 33 clubs are .actively engaged in club work. ... The largest number of girls have selected sewing,!, II, III. IV, V and VI for. projects. Rural electrification and handicraft heads th'e list for the boys with trapping and rabbits becoming very popular. Other projects selected for th-e year include "Food for Fun", "Top of the .Stove pate in .the ' program this spring, cooking"; meal planning, yeast They expect to plant about 20 acres 'breads, child care, baked desserts, of land. into cauliflower, two acres in broccoli, and a few acres in let- Mr ; -Graham said that .'Jl farmers plan fed 160-.000 plants of cauliflower on 38 acres of land last year and that 8,000 crates were shipped to the markets at a price of $2.24 a crate. Farmers experienced their most discouraging year last summer since produce las been grown commercially in the valley. Rain fell every day during plan-ting and at weeding time, and then it rained so much at the harvest time that several fields were abandoned because of weeds and. rotten produce. : worst lost was felt in the let. Mrs. Robert S. McNeill who were tu ce and broccoli. Graham said that recently -married. Mrs. S. L. Harper, Sr., Mrs. Wade the cauliflower yield was r.lmost normal in spite of the ariny- season. Stickley, S L. Harper. Jr., and Paul! Onlv l ' mf> crates of lettuce was '. Harper returned from Chicago,! sold Irom 21 acres-plan ted. Appro- ,'here thev attended the funeral of ximately 500 crates of broccoli, were J. where they attended the funeral of Charles Clarkson. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Davidson announce the .birth of a daughter, who has , been named Patricia Ann Davidson. Mrs. Harry Parry, Alexandria, Va., is visiting her parents, Mr, arid Mrs. are Lester H. Mathins, who has j Charles E, Williams, for several served two of the six years of his I weeks. Her husband snonft -the years of his weeks. Her husband term, and William C. Baker, 'who ! weekend here spent -the 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rodamer, Harrisonburg, Va., who spent holldoys with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Rodamer, have returned. Mr. and Mrs. David Broadwater nnd son, Ronald, and Richard Broadwater, Baltimore; Mr. "'and Mrs. Charles Pearson and Howard was recently elected for a two-year term, succeeding D. W. Heishman. T. B. Cunningham was appointed justice of the peace in Moorefield District to serve until- the next general election. The -Court approved 'settlements of the. estate accounts of . L. M. Funkhouser, Ben F. Tharp, David VanMcter, Harvey Hcishmari, Tressie Miley, and Rosa C. Mathlos; of the accounts of Kathleen' H. Wood, committee for Virginia H. Wood, and of Ray' Orndorff, committee for John Hartzell Clir.e; and of the committee reports of debts and demands of the estates of El- Eowmaii, Salisbury, Pa., nnd Jane bert Nowhouse. and H.' P. Kelley. Bowman were guest. 1 ; of Mr. and I Woodrow Miller was appointed con-- - - stable in Lost River District to serve until the next general election. C. H. Kuykendall has. qualified as a notar^ public in Hardy county and gave bond with Homer Davis as surety. Nellie F: Wellon qualified,as com-, mittee for the estate of Geurge B.i Thomas Firemen Re-Elect Mosser THOMAS, W. -Va.—The Thomas Volunteer Fire Company named Glendie E. Mosser, Sr., as chief for the twenty-sixth consecutive year at the annual election this week. Others chosen to serve were'Del- ton H. Klfiht, president; M.- Grant Smith, vice president; "Junior Schoonover, assistant lire chief; Raj Jones, captain; Leonard.Pase..lieut- enant; Harley Kight, secretary, and Roy Helmick, treasurer: Trustees are Edward Breedlove, Bernhard Wenck, and W. G. Helmick. Thomas has had' no major fires the past four years. The -Jast major "blaze "was In November, 1944,-.with 52,000 damage-to the home of D. E. Cuppett, Sr., prosecuting attorney. Only a lew flue fires were reported last year. The fire department was called to Gonnania during the 1 year to- a major lire and also had several calls to search for missing persons .and to fight forest fires. Sponaugle Named Davis Fire Chief DAVIS. W. Va.—Milford J. Spo- • uaugle, former, assistant chief, was . elected chief of the. Davis Volunteer Fire Department at n recent meeting of the croup in the Fire hall. He succeeds. Belmont S. Clcnver, lire chief for 15 years, who resigned. Cleaver was made lire fighting nd- visor. Wayne C. Splggle, former vice president, .was elected president in plnce of Ira McDowell, who resifmcd dne to ill health. Others elected are H. L. .Williams, vice president; Halph Good, re-elected secretory for the eighth consecutive year, and H. K. Kackley, treasurer for, 'the third term. Willis Hull was re-elected assistant to the secretary-treasurer for the second term. Frank Robey was named assistant chief: James Arnold, captain, and 1 Ellery Hinkle, lieutenant. The fire department, with 40 active members, also ' has , several members on its honorary list who •were charter members of. the department. The list includes Lloyd •Winters, Ollie Hoffman, Louie Holcombe, Ed Miller. Jr,,\ aud Karl DeaM. No major fires were reported for Davis for the third.consecutive year. Mrs; Uevln .Broadwater. Mr. . and Mrs. Edwin Robeson, Lone . Stretch, • and Misses Emma Caulk, Ethel .Broadwater and Viola Broadwater. were recent guests of Mi-, and Mrs. Edwin Elias, Jr., Mt. jake Park. . . . ' • ., Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smmons Wiunick were Mr. and Mrs. James W. Coddinglpn and son.'Willam, of Fnycttcville, Ark.; Miss June Coddington, 'Hyattsvillc, and vir. nnd Mrs,- J. W. Williams, son, Paul, and daughtor Joyce, of Baltimore. -Mr. and. Mrs. Wamick and Mrs. C. C. Hal term an, Kcyscr, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Keller. .Mr. and Mrs. Willard Sackett and- child, of Broolcville, Pa., visited . Eberly and gave bond with Aaron A, Welton as surely. H. C. Welton, .Ralph J. Bean and M. Dasher were appointed to appraise the.property, and the committee's account was referred to C. C. Wise, commissioner.' ' • Harper, M.. W. Bean and R. E. Fisher,'any three of whom may -act, were appointed to appraise the property, and the administratrix's account'was referred to C. C. Wise, commissioner,. daughter, Elizabeth Anne, attended . Eunice N. See qualified as admin the annual' midwinter 'Camp Chris-1 "tratnx ol the estate of Vincent tian 'banquet at Monougnhcla, Pa M 2' rmd Eave borid wiUl ^T recently. . • .... ^ E-L. See_ as surety. C. w. Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 'Hobb and children, of Baltimore, .were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas.McKcnzie. Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards attended a turkey banquet at, the William-James Hotel, Oakland,', 'by Ralph Prltts for his.employes and sub^dealers. John Pettit returned to Strayer's Business- College, Washington, after visiting Ills parents;. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pettit. Robert Broswell, Roanoke Rapids, *N. C.. and Fred'Gloyd, Washington, were guests of John Pettit. ' ' Miss Cecilia Spates, Washington; Miss Patricia Funk, California, Pa., and George - Hughes, Cumberland, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fahey. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bender, Cumberland, visited Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Landis. Dale Klnsingcr, son of .Mr.- and Mrs. M. B. Miller, returned to Goshen College, Goshen, Ind., after' visiting here. Alvln J. Miller, .who spent the DOliclays with relatives here and in New York, returned to Kent University, Kent, Oliio. James Williams, Frostburg, spent several days with Joseph' Bender. • Mrs. Maude Klock, was a guest of Misses Anna and Rose Porter, in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ross and children, Wilkinsburg, Pa., visited Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. Benchy. Emmons Younl'Jn, who spent the last wee]: with his mother, Mrs Earbnrn Younkins, returned to his K>me in Wilkinsburg, Pa. Griffith Named' To Roads Post PARSONS, W. Va.—H. Keith Griffith, Kingwood, a son of the late Harry and Inez. Griffith, Hambleton, has been made district engineer for the State Eoads Com- mison in Preston, Marion and Taylor counties. 1 Griffith has been with the.State Roads Commission as maintenance supervisor. During the war he served with the' Seabees -in the South Pacific. In his new position, .Griffth will operate the three departments .in the district, maintenance, construction and right 7 oi'-way from the district office at Perry Mine. friends here. E. M. Hyde, Jr., employed in Washington, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Machir Williams. Mr. and Mrs.. Francis Baker returned from a short' wedding trip and visit with the former's relatives in-Scarborough, N. C. Anton Keller, Roy Bean and Delrnas Sherman went to Charleston to attend a meeting of the assessors of the state. MrT and Mrs, .James G. Whetzcl, Fort Run, announce the birth of a son December 31. The child has been named James G., Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William H, Sherman, of Fisher, announce the birth of a daughter on December 31. The child' has been named Linda Lee. • f "> Staggers Appoints Secretarial Staff KINGWOOD.'W. Va.—Harley O.j Staggers, representative to Congress from the Second District, has announced the appointment of his secretarial staff. They are Miss Marie • Lantz, Eikins; Miss Etta M. Oates,'Keyser, and Miss Marguerite Furfari, Morgan town.' Miss Lantz served as secretary to former Congressman Jennings Randolph during his seven terms in the House and is well known throughout the district. Slie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lantz, of near Eikins, and before becoming secretary 'to Randolph was employed in the office of. the sheriff of Randolph county. • ' j After Mr. Randolph retired'from' Congress, she was appointed ,secre tary to a Louisfana congressman who was defeated in a bid for the Democratic U. S. Senate nomination in the 1948 primary election in that state. sold from ohe acre of ground. More than one fifth of the lettuce crop rotted in the fields because of rain. Prices were very poor. •Graham said that members plan to grow and market their produce next year as in the past instead of continuing the plan tried in 1348 when the growers grew the crop with the • assistance of agricultural specialists from .West Virginia-University and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. At harvest time the vegetables were delivered to the canning factory at Mountain Lake Park, Md., and in special wire bound crates lor shipment in ice refrigerator cars. However, the farmers feel that they can -realize more profit i'rom their own packing and transportation and marketing. Th'ey said that the operations of the canning company went "too deep into the growers' purses. Farmers already have their, own market established In Pittsburgh and other large cities for the coming yqar to take all of the 'products the growers can truck to them. AAUW Head lo Speak KEYSER, .W. Va.—The state pres-i ident 'of the American Association: of University Women, Mrs. boug'as Tompkies, • Huntingdon, will address the Keyser branch at its next meeting, Tuesday, January 11. . . • Some people find an advantage !n enemies through blaming them for troubles they brought on themselves. • c iiib girl's rooms; Gardening I n, anc j m; Potatoes, I, n, III; fat pigs, family cow, baby beef, dairy projects, family flocks,' Poulty, I. II, in, IV, and nature study. Miss Feathers said that the entire county -is now organized. The new club at Parsons i Junior High School -leads the membership list with 63. Miss Louise Williams and Harold Parsons are leaders and officers are Edward McClain,. president; Billy Hill, vice-president; Lola Jean Cross, secretary; Robert Auvil, treasurer, and- Philip HIggs, reporter. ' Davis Junior High School also has a new 'club with 28 members. with .Leonard Freeman as leader. Officers are Joan Combs, president; Sandra Robey; -vice president; Veronica Tekavec,, secretary- treasurer; Barbara Corral], reporter, and Juanita Bava and Georgia Arnold, song leaders. The Thomas Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Grade Club is the second largest in the county with 58 members. Among the other large clubs are Pkrce and Thomas Fourth and Fifth Grades with 44 members each; Thomas High School with 43 and Davis Grade School with 36. Hyiidmah HYNDMAN, Pa.—Mi\ and." Mrs. George R, Miller . announce - the birth ofi'a daughter. • Miss Mary Meyers'and'Mr.;and Mrs. J. Warren McClay .returned "Doctor Fanstus" To Be Reviewed KEYSER, w: Va.—Thomas Mann 1 *.' novel, '.'Doctor Faustus". Nobel Prize' Irom Altoona where they spent the winner, and November/selection ol.'. holidays with Miss Laura Meyers. Thomas Burns, student at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va., spent the holidays with his parents, - Mr. and Mrs. C: O. Burns. Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Hall, Bedford Valley, were guests of Rev. and Mrs. T. R, Hall. Mr. and Mrs: Robert Curry, O7/onc Park, N. Y,, visited the lattcr's sister, Mrs. Fred Porter. .' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Leydig, New Castle, spent several days with the latter's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. E. J. Phillippi, and the former's mother, Mrs. Myrtle Leydig., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whetstone and family. Everett, visited the lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard. . Mrs. Michael Shaffer is visiting her'daughter, Mrs. Florence Gray, Cleveland. . : Joseph' Spangler, who spent the holidays 'with his mother. Mrs Milton Reese has returned to Camp Pickett, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardinger returned from-Havilon, Kan., where they visited Mrs. Hardiager's parents. ' Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hitchcock have returned, to Iowa City, Iowa after spending a week with relatives. Evangelistic services will start al Hyndman Methodist 'Church on Sunday, January 18, and continue for two weeks. • Mr., and Mrs. Donald Conner visited relative it'Fairmont, WI Va, the Book-oMhe-Month. Club, win' be reviewed by • Mrs. -James T.,'. Handlan, Jr., at the monthly rnectr;- Ing of the Folio Book Ciub:0f Poto-- mac State ^Schoal, tomorrow' at,;7 ' r-Made ESPECIALLY For KIDDIES' CHESTCOLDS to nli«Yt_co«chi-KliinK rauid**!. CSHd'i Mild MUSTEROIE N'YOT N'YOW (The Pussycat Song) (Dick Manning) PERRY COMO Cos Taylor's Tri-State Music Shop 121 E. Main St. ( Frostburg Phone 86 OPEN 'EVENINGS p. m. in thc-school's library..The- program planned following 1 . the book review will includes movJe;; "Maklnff n. Book,"-from the Encyclopedia Britannlca Films! Inc.' .."_,'.'.;!; • Personal* '-.-•' '"' Miss Beulah Kelley has.-returned to Washington after ..spending the' holidays with her'parents .and sister, .Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelley anil. Miss Georgianna.Kelley, 15 Sharp-less StJbet. -V '. .:''.!• Joseph Nagy, Luke; Mrs. Virginia; Wilson,'Burlington, and Mrs. Anni*. Rawlings and Mrs." Edith IiUdwick.; Keyser, have been admitted- to- Potomac Valley Hospital for treaty ment. • .''••• •••'•'• Mr. and Mrs. Keyser, announce tile son in- Potomac Valley-; Hospital!. Monday. '.--.• . • • , • --;. : . Production' of military ."Vehicles;'. and parts by'the automotive in-j dustry amounted, to $2,500,000,000 ii 1944.- '. . • ' ' • JEFFRIES BROS. Jewelers ;....;-;;'," Bro»dw»y- Holiday Party Held By Harley Eohrer Post PAW PAW, w. Va.—A holiday party was held recently by Harley Bohrer Post'No. 128, American Legion, In the Post Home. Refreshments were served and .music furnished by the "Potomac Valley Boys." The committee In charge was Timothy Cadigan,. chairman, Alpha M. Graham. John J. Hanhahan, Don C. Sharp. Emory Ralgnor and, Henry J. Swadley. When a man's wife con read him like a book, it's time to turn over a new leaf. CHANGE •fllFE? -. Aft you golnc through tbo functional •saddle ipe' period peculiar to women >-fc«*wi* >v\.\,u4^Mi w wuiuqM Ji*0? Dora this make you r rrom hoc flashes. Icel jo ncrv- "*>•. hl .£ ll :SJ™ a s. tired? Then no try lydla S. Plnkhnm s Vegetable Compound to relieve «uch symptoms PlaKiuun's Compound aljio has what Doctors call a stomacalo tonic effect! LYDIA E PINKHAM'S.cSu BNL D E Judge See Confined To Home Wiih Embolism KEYSER, W. Va.—Judge Ernest A. See, of the 2Jst West Virginia Judicial Circuit, is recuperating at his home, 13C Orchard Street, where lie has been' confined since Christmas as the result of a blood clot in his leg. His confinement has caused him.to postpone the January term of circuit court in Tucker | Our Clients' have paid us... $42,016,264.00 GEORGE S.MAY COMPANY D%t*VTL£*». C^nQ*u«/Lt>ui •' OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES ihis duties hi several days, Visits In Florida ' LUKE—Miss Audrey Rodriguez, Luke, has returned from Tampa, Fla., where she visited friends. Her sister, Miss Banna Rodriguez, R. N., who is attending the University of Michigan nt Ann Arbor, accompanied her to Tampa and returned to school by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bender visit- county. ed Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shirk, Waynes- '• Judge See is expected to resume burg, Va. . . il Miss Loretta Yodcr, student nurse \~ at Memorial Hospital School of! Nursing, Cumberland, returned after' spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O'cn H Yodcr. Charles C. Bender, Robert Glot- fclty, William Layman, Max Buckel and John 'Reckner, .students at'the University of Maryland, returned to College; Park; That Loosen Need Nof Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have .suf- Jurrd rcnl flmlmrriLssment. becftuSL 1 their plntu dropped, slipped or wobbled at Just the wronc time. Do -not live In f«nr of l.hl,i linppenlntf *.o you. JunL sprinkle .u, little PASTJSETH, the iilkallnir (non-field) powder, on your plate.s. Holds false teeth more [Irmly, so :hey Tec! more, 'comfortable. HOPS i!0t sour. Checks ''plate odor." Monture breuth). Get FASTEETH ftt any Uruj store. —Advertisement $100.00 REWARD! 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