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KI:vsi n And West Virginia IVcws Evening Times, Wednesday, 'January 12, 1949 Clothing Drive Set This Week KEYSER. W. Vn.—"Bundle Day' clothing, which will be collected at schools in Mineral county tomorrow and Friday, Is.shipped not only to devastated regions overseas but, also to rural areas of America, according to Haven L. Idleman, superintendent a.' Mineral county schools. If it were not for the "Bund! Day" collections, sponsored by 'th -Save - the - Children Federation many of the less fortunate chlldre in this country would not be able t attend school during the inclemer weather because of lack' of proper clothing, Idleman added. The federation lists warm cloth ins, such as" heavy'underwear, woo skirts, suits, sweaters' and coats,' a the most Important. "Bundle Day clothing ROCS to people whose firs need Is .warm th—not style. If th clothinff'Is warm even, adult size can be cut down and used. Children's 'shoes are next In im porcance. Even though scuffed America's outgrown shoes still hav miles of use left in them. Here again some adult sizes can be used becaus rural children overseas- and 'in America often have very ^road feet Spare sheets, pillow-cases, o blankets are badly needed in manj European" homes. Babies' clothing U in constant demand. Diapers crib blankets, night shirts, caps and mittens are scarce in' many countries, and observers have reportec babies with improvised diaper," frozen to their legs because there was no change. Mrs. Gordon S. White, director of federation's New York workroom which packs all "Bundle Day' clothing sent overseas and much of ihat for domestic use, in a note to Idleman stressed the importance ol having all gifts clean andUn as gooc repair as possible, not only because or the scarcity of thread and patching material overseass, but also because these gifts will be symbols of hope to needy children. The federation makes prompt shipment of all "Bundle Day" clothing. Overseas, all of it is'given away. In American it has been found a sounder -practice' to make a small token charge, as many proud-mountain families "Don't want charity" but are none the less unable to purchase adequate clothing for their "children. • Clotbing.for isolated.c-ural areas is placed on racks, the prices marked. A child's sweater may be priced at 25c or 35c. Other prices arc similarly low. After allowance has been made for expenses, the proceeds of the sales are used for the further benefit of children in the area served. Care is taken to see that none'is denied clothing for lack of ability to pay. District Moose Elect New Board THOMAS, W. 'Vn.—A new board of officers was elected by the Moose District Association at a meeting held 'Sunday .in Elkins. Elkins Parsons, and Thomas.lodges were represented. Those elected, were G. C. 'Corbln, Parsons, president; Arthur Quat- Lro, Thomas, vice president; George Smith, Elkins, prelate; Martin Watring, Thomas, guard, and Don Lambert, "Parsons, secretary. Refreshments were served and a floor show presented. The next meeting will be .held Sunday, February 13, at Thomas Lodge No. 1531. Birthday Party Mrs. Carmen DiBacco entertained recently with a party in honor of the birthday of her son, Jerry: Attending were Mary Homan, Mary Bishop Speaks At Area Church PIEDMONT, W. Va.—The presid- R bishop of the West Virginia Conference of the Methodist Church, Lloyd C. Wicke, D. D., Pittsburgh, spoke at a dinner Jn Ms honor Monday night at Tricitj Methodist. Church. Bishop Wicke said: "People of this country have more of everything Lhan any country in the world, but 'what we - want is pence in oui hearts." Two ol the most widely sold' recent books are "Peace of 'Mind," by Joshua Loth Llehmnn and "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living," by Dale Carnegie, proving what people are seeking most, lie informed his listeners. s I' Bishop Wlcke will return here 'in November to conduct a preaching service. Dr. Fred W. Wyand, Romncy, superintendent of the Mcoreiield District of. the Methodist Church, introduced the bishop to'the 175 persons present. ' . The program.' also included 'an invocation by Rev. O. Clarence Mitchell, pastor of Trinity. Church. The audience sang "All Hail the Ann Cnngley, Norma Jean Car- Power of Jesus Name," and/'Blest baugh. June Bland, Paula DiBacco, | B <= the Tie That Binds," led,by Mrs. Jean McCray, William Jlenn, Robert Pasa, Roland Adams, John Gennan- tonia, William Root and Samuel Helene Poland, with Mrs. William Thompson, playing the piano ac- compE^iiments. Totesa,' Hartford, conn. • Refresh- i Re y - .Mitchell presented Car! W. ments were served by Miss Barbara i Shatter, chairman or the official DiBacco, Bible Class Meets The Ladies of the Duncan Bible ilass met recently at the home-of Mrs. Alice Duncan. Those attend- ng were Mcsdames ''Edward Ours, David Swartz, Nellie Huffman, A. Ylann, George Carbatigh and Lee Forman, Pierce, -and .Miss Ruth board of the church, who introduced Dr.' Wyand. WAC Recruiter | e: |To -Be In Keyser Personals Miss Carmella Cerrc, visited her' sister, Mrs. Joseph De- KEYSER, W. Va.—Staff Sgt. Leona'Lowrie, WAC nnd WAR re- Richwood i crulter from Marti.nsburg, will be in ''Keyser tomorrow and Friday to ' 'ollo. Miss Betty Jane Jenchcc, Loraine, Ohio, visited Mrs. Albert Top-, >er,-Jr., and Miss, Anna Osretka. Mrs. Mura Cooper is ill. at'her home with influenza. Miss ,Marketta Harper, supervisor n'thc northwestern Hospital! Arna- illa, Texas; Robert Harper, Davis terview applicants for enlistment in the ' WAC' and WAF,. according' to Set. V. P. Burns, local recruiter',' Applicants may contact Sgt. Lowrie at the TJSES-ofTice, comer of Main and Center'Streets, Keyser, or Phone 5011 lor an appointment for a personal interview. Eligibility lor' the WAC and WAP BISHOP VISITS PIEDMONT—Lloyd 'c. Wicke, Pittsburgh, presiding bishop of the West Virginia Conference, of the Methodist Church, paid an official visit to Trinity Methodist Church, Piedmont, Monday and addressed members of the congregation. Shown, standing, left to right, are Carl W. Shaffer, chairman of the official board of Trinity Church; Bishop Wicfce; Rev. I. G. Michael,-Westernport, a retired Methodist minister; -Rev. O. Clarence Mi ten ell, .pastor of Trir.ity Church; Hev. Charles L. DavJs,' pastor of Mill Run Methodist' Church, and Dr. Fred .B.. Wyand, Romney, superintendent of the Moorefield District of the Methodist Church.' Seated, ir. the same order, are Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Michaels and Rev. William Wilkinson', pastor of the Ftanklln Mission. . • Dedication Set For Tree Farm KE'YSER, W., Va.—Mineral-.county's first tree .farm on 'Knoblcy Farm, Route 50 Cast of New Creek, will be officially dedicated Friday at 2:30 p. m., according to'Chester J. Compton, secretary of the Keyser- Mineral. County Chamber of Commerce. Forest land on. the property owned by Daniel 'Arnold will be permanently cultivated with wees. • Assisting. in' the ceremonies will be J. C. McClellan, ' Washington, forester 1'or the • American Forest Products Industries; . Carl Johnson. Morgan town, West' Virginia 'University extension service forester. • nnd Harry Mosebrook, Fairmont, forester of the Monongahela Power Company. ..' • In May, 1948,. Compton declared, West Virginia became the .twentieth state to join the. National Tree Farm, Sys'-em sponsored by the American- Forest, Products Industries. •' ' The- West Virginia. Forest Council s . sponsoring the project in the. state in cooperation-with the-Conservation Commission of West Virginia and the Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers, . Inc. Landowers of five 1 or more acres willing to nTanage-continuous, forest crops are 'eligible to join the West Virginia Tree Farm. System, Compton. said. Those interested In Mineral county can contact Donald .Williams. Peyser, county forester, for technical assistance. • ' , nd Elklr.s College, Elkins; Richard i include having- at least a. high school Jarper, Cumberland, and Mrs. Larry | educatoin or the equivalent, .the •"-""— - ••- -- "- — J latter to be. determined by a special test, to be riot less than 18 years of age nor more than 35, and three letters of recommendations. Sgt.. Bums also announced the 'hillips were guests of Mr. fiis. Isaac Harper, Pierce. 'Creole Snyder and Miss Fayc Hammil, both .of. Oakland, Md'. risked Mr.'nnd Mrs. George Snyder Miss Ruth Jones, student nurse t the Memorial Hospital, Cumber- and, Md., recently visited her par- nts; Mr. and'Mrs. Ray Jones. Mrs. Frank Simpson and 'raricls, of Chicago, are anc visfll: Ing her erents, Mr; and Mrs. Thomas Mas- Mr, and, Mrs. aughter, Linda, tTgo and Massi and Mrs. Ruth Moose to Observe Third Anniversary PIEDMONT. W. Va, — Piedmont!, ,. ^ , „ . _ ,. . Lodge No. 1120. Loyal Order of ^om the Tucker County Hospital ase visited relatives in Gainsboro a. ' Michael Ferrusp, -Miss, Mary Fer- uso and Miss Agnes. Ann Ferruso isited friends In Morgantown. Col. and Mrs: G. H. Rockman harleston, . visited Mr. • and Mrs, dward Filler. Mrs. Carmel Terrano visited friends in .Cleveland. Miss Theresa Nicholas 1 ha.f returned to Newton Baker Hospital, Martinsburg, after spending a few days" with'- her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicholas. Franklin Osretka has- returned Uoose, will celebrate its third anniversary with an initiation, banquet and dance Sunday afternoon and evening. Sevea charter members to be honored include C. B, Kight, Piedmont; Charles Wolfe, Bloomington; C. E. Kalbauch and S. G.,Gales, Westernport: Warren. LaRue, Luke, and John E. Dyche and Charles Viney Cumberland. An initiation for 25. candidates Trill be held at 2 p. m. with the work being exemplified by the degree team. W. H. Ballard; Welch; W Va, president of the State Moose Association, speaker. will be- the principal After the initiation -a banquet for members and their wives will be held. A floor show will be. provided Barry's Orchestra. Frostburg-, will • furnish music-for the dance. Representatives from the Keyser, Romney, Charles Town, Thomas, Martinsburg and Terra Alta, W. Va., and Frostburg and Cumberland lodges are expected to be present. Soldier's Reburial Rites Held Sunday THOMAS, W. Va. — A reburial service for. Pfc. George Lansbcrry, • Jr. who was Wiled in an accident in Cardiff .South Wales, December Sunday in the .by Chnplnln 24, 1943, was held Methodist Church Morris Watring. Pfc. Lansberry, the son of George »nd Rosa (Skllesl Lansberry, was born in William, May 13, -JS20, He attended Thomas High School and -pas. employed by .the' Davis Coal und Coke Company prior to entering service In October, 1940. He trained at Port Custer, Mich., Battle Creek, Mich., and Indian To-R-n Gap, Pa., before leaving for England in 1942 with the Field Artillery. He is survived by his parents and two sisters Miss Mary Belle Lan.y berry and Mrs. Edith Moore, both »t hotoe. Full military honors were provided by the Davis-Thomas' Post No 22, American Legion. Edward Cree- yan was commander of the honor guard. Color bearers were Edward Filler and Glen Harick. .Pallbearers were Kyle Bennett, Glen Eichclber- pcr. Jr., Norman Thayer. John Readd. Arch Aultman, Jack Gunter mrid Jack Kight. John Mami. Lawrence Arnold, Jr., Ralph DePollo, Jr., Paul Sislcr, Carl Bland, Clyde Luzler, Fred Carbaugh. Peter Phillips, Louis Shoemaker and AJlen Shoemaker formed the firing • squad. John Sagaoe was sergeans- nt-arms. Flower bearers were Felix where he was treated for a broken wrist. Joseph DePollo and Jacob Mich- litch, students atr Fairmont. State College, visited their parents. Anthony Royce and Mrs. Charles Gooding visited Pauline Royce who is a patient in Davis Memorial Hospital, Elkins. ' Veteran Commits Suicide In Jail MARTINSBTJRG, W. Va:—W)—A coroner's jury returned a .verdict of suicide, in the death' at the city lockup of 27-year-old 'Lawrence Beverly Massie, formerly of Winchester, Va. Police 'reported, they picked up enlistment of four area men In the Army. Thomas L. Lear, Romney, and Arthur R. Hartrr.an, 101 E Street, Keyser, both-signed for three years in the Regular Army, unassigned, in the grade of recruit and are enroute to Fort Knox, Ky., where they will receive basic' training and assignment. Also enlisting were Robert M. Landon, Mt. Lake Park, Md., graduate, of Elk Garden High School, Class of 1948, and Robert C. DeWitt; Mt. Lake Park for two years, Regular Army, unassigned, in the grade of recruit. They are enroute to- Fort Knox, Ky., for basic training and assignment. ' Dimes Campaign Workers Selected ••''. PARSONS, W. Va.—The annual March of,Dimes campaign has been started in Tucker county with the election o* officers and appointment of various committees. E. L. Moon is county chairman With J. Harold Felton, co-chairman; Mrs. Gladys Hehle, secretary; Miss question—he Edna McVeigh, Thomas, treasurer,! white-tailed and Mrs. Helen Collett, R.-K. Mc-i The report'came from Conscrva- Clain and Ralph Conley, publicity jtion Officer Francis C. Pollock of Doe Deer Clocked At 40 Miles Pei- Hour By Engineer CHARLESTON, W. Va. — The Conservation Commission this week gave out a report from one of its .Held men which it believes may chcd interesting light on n long: debated -how fast, can •tailed deer run? a Virginia committee. Earl Moore has been named" campaign director for the Minstrel Held For Burlington School BURLINGTON, W. 'Va. — The 'Cotton Town Minstrel," directed by W. E. Kesner, was presented by the j Parsons, IOOF dramatic clubs of Keyser and Thomas. Westernport in Burlington School n™ eare J>aul HeKe and Joseph ast Friday for the benefit; of the (Moore,. Parsons; Robert Rickard, Burlington Parent-Teacher Associa- Thomas,', and A.'. Smith Hockman, third consecutive year. School committee •« chairmen Summers county, who obtained his figures from the engineer of C. & O. | train No. 104 traveling: east out of areiHintor.. airs. P.- C. Randolph, Parsons; Ira Just outside the city, said Pollock, McDowell, Davis; Mrs. Donald De- the engine almost struck, an adult Polio, Thomas; Mrs. Ford Fink, j doe. Blocked by a wire fence along Hambleton and Eendricks; Mrs John. Auvil, St. George; -Mrs Richard Adams, Porterwood; Mr Felix. Colabrcse, Douglas; Arthur Quattro, Pierce, and Jason Wolford all rural schools. Morris Harsh, Parsons, and C. R Thayer, Thomas, will be chairmen of the^ union committee, men's clubs and fraternal organization solicitors will be M. E. Hilliard, Parsons; Jerry Parks, Davis. Mrs. B. F. Harris, Parsons; Mrs, Ale>: Joe Parks., Jr., Thomas, and Mrs. Emma. Campbell,. Davis. The sports event county chairman is Joseph Gilmore while Homer Brooks is chairman for Parsons; Thomas, and Harold Sell For women's organizations, Emll Suder, Fell, Davis. Thomas, and Welder The theatre committee chairman is Mrs. Gladys Hehle, and. Robert Rickard, Coin container chafr- tion. Davis, Mrs. Herman Dash was pianist' -The dance committee for Parsons 'or the show which opened withjjs Robert CvShrout, Sted Tahaney, ;he singing of "( ._.... .- ... .„.__,.,._. > 3arol Lee Burke. „ numbers were "By-the Light of the: Jerry Parks and Mrs. Helen Parks; Silvery Moon," "Let the-Rest of the"! Davis, Walter. Maleonskl, Haroldse11 "Good Evening" by j Ralph Evict, Robert Swisher.and e. Opening chorus j Sari Moore; Thomas, Ed Filler, World Go By," and r est Moon." Also presented was Shine' on Har-' and Mrs. Emma Campbell, A meeting of all committees and a solo. "My Darling" by' Bobby Joe Martin; You. Were Only .Fooling/' Gertrude fackson; "Old Man'Mose," Browne Cooken; "Sweet Miss Mary," Lydir Mae Troy; .."Tumble Down shack n Athlone," William McCone Shanty in Old Shanty Town," by the right-of-way from, veering off ir.to a field, the' deer ran directly beside the engine cab for almost a mile, hurtling an open, gate which had swung in toward the tracks. The speed as recorded by the speedometer on the engine gas 40 miles. The distance was easily measured by mlleposts along the tracks. Cora- ing to a second open gate, the deer sped through this into a broomsedge fie'.d, which was the last the engineer saw of her. According no commission tech-, nicians, white-tail speeds up to 30 miles or a little more "for short distances have been estimated, but, as far as known, no one has been able to clock a deer officially for a measured distance. Massie wandering the middle of-aiCarlton Bell; "Manana," by Cam suburban street early yesterday. He protested, saying he had been having family difficulties and wanted to be left alone. They took his belt, necktie and shoestrings before putting him. in a Lee Burke, and "I Hollered Sometime Maybe," by Charles Johnson Closing' _chorus numbers /'Includec "Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet,' "I'll See You in My Drdams;" and "Good Night Ladies.". cell .but found him later hanging! Serving as master of. Ceremonies from a rope fashioned 'from the button strip'-down his shirt front, Massie 'had worked heVe at the Newton D. Baker Veterans' Hospital and at a restaurant. He haU been held at the county jail previously on a non-support charge. • Survivors Include the widow, two children nnd Massle's mother, who lives at Winchester. Panel Discussion Set ai Federal Education ... v, PIEDMONT, W. Va.—The January meeting of the Piedmont ?arent-Teacher Association.at the ilgh school auditorium tomorrow at; p. m. will feature a panel dis-jMargurct E. Hamplon cussion on "Federal Education." jr.-, w -, The speakers will include H, L. lo wetl for the; second part of the program was Browne Kooken. Opening was the singing of "West Virginia Hills' by the IOOF quartet. Following was an acrobatic dance, Diarrae Long; piano. Janice Mils; Deep," 'Harry Harris; Donna McKee; duet, duct, Charlotte solo, "Asleep in the tap dance, "Old 'McDonald," Sills Burke and Ira Lease; comedy skit, W. 'B. Kesner and Claude A. Martin; duet, "My Happiness," Gertrude Jackson and Bobby Joe Martin; harmonica duct, Ernest Kissenger and F. Frederick, and tho singing of "Auld Lang Syne," by the entire company,. Idleman, • Mineral . county superin- jtendent of 'public school; Olyn Shaffer, a member of Keyser 'High School faculty, and Vernon A. Staggers, principal of the Piedmont High School. A 'vocal solo TV-ill be given by Mrs. H-eler.e Poland with piano accompaniment by Mrs. William Thomp- DiBacco and Dominic Gatto. Interment was Jn Rosa Cemetery.. ; . Hill Keyser Group Attends • Club Dinner KEYSER, W. Va.— Attending the fourteenth annual dinner of the Touchdown Club at the Hotel Stnt- ler, • Washington, last Saturday night were Coach Frederick "Tack" Clark, William Carrier, Richard Stewart and Estel Miers, all of . Keyser. They were guests of Jennings Randolph and Congressman 'Harley O. Staggers. _ Harry Wiszner, ace sportscaster, served 'as master of ceremonies. Appearing . on the program were William O. Douglas, associate judge,' TJ. S.. Supreme Court; 'Chief Justice •Fred M. Vinson, and Randolph. m son. The Second Grade home-room mothers will serve refreshments. Officers Reelecied By Piedmont National Bank PIEDMONT, W. Va,—All officers of the First National Bank were reelected at a meeting of the board of directors yesterday. They are John B, Maybury, president; W;<E. Fredlock,'vicc president; J. D. Thomas, vice president; John B. Determan, cashier, and .Norris Bruce.'assistant cashier. Two additional direr • ,rs, James E. Kenny and J. MiJton Mclntyre, were added. Reelected were. Maybury, Predlock, Thomas, J. Guthrie Luke, Dr. Robert W.- Bess,' Raymond, C. Hudson and John 3. Determan. McCoole Auxiliary Unit To Hold Benefit Sale- KEYSER, W. .Va.—The Ladies Auxiliary of the McC.oole' Volunteer Fire Company' will spoiisorAa soup sale at the old Rre Hall 'in McCoole, Wednesday;. January 19. All -pro- :eeds will go to. the fire company oward the purchase of a tank truck. Orders-for soup may be placed ,-Itli members of the auxiliary and iellveries will be made during the lay and evening. KEYS3R, W. Va.—Mrs: Catherine Hampton, 39 North Mineral Street, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Margaret Elizabeth Hampton, to Dr. Joseph P. Kenneally, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. P.. J. Kenneally, 27 State Street. Biddeford, Maine. . - , The bride-elect is.a .graduate of Keyser High School and attended Potomac State School. 'She is employed by the Western Electric Company, Baltimore. Dr. Kenr.eally, with the r. S. Public Health Service, Bureau of Dental Health for the State of; Maine, is a graduate of the Univer- I sity of Maryland Dental School,! Baltimore. The wedding will take, place in the fall. , officers 'will be held in the assessor's office here tomorrow evening to make final plans for the drive. Emery Bus Skids Into Area House BERKELEY' SPRINGS, w. Va— An Emery bus bound for Cumberland slipped o3 Route G about six. miles east of here.a recent nigh', and crashed- into 'a home in the Spohr's Crossroads section. After striking', the' side of the residence'of James Householder, two wreckers and a .tractor .were A required to' get the vehicle back on the road. None of the passengers! was'injured. Police said that the house, situated on a curve, has been hit severa' otliertimcs by vehicles. Beaver Trapping Demonstration Set PARSONS, W. Va. — A trapper from the West Virginia, Conservation commission in Charleston will a beaver skinning and trap- nicer demonstration Thursday, January 20, in the auditorium of Davis High School for hunters of Tucker county. Judffe Sec Still HI Word has been received here that Judge Ernest. A. See of the- 21st Judicial circuit is a patient in Potomac' Valley Hospital, Keyser, and will be unable to preside .at Tucker County Circuit Court sessions scheduled tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. Arrangements have been made to have Judge Harlan Calhoun, Moorefleld, of the 22nd Judicial Circuit, take the place • of Judge See- /or closing sessions of the term. Piano Rccilal Slated Tonight At Keyser High .KEYSER, W.'Va. —Jorge Bole' will present a piano recital tonlghl at 8:15 In the Keyser High Schoo' luditorlum as one of the series of ;hree concerts presented by the Kcy- ;er Community Conceri Association, His program will include /'Rondo n C Major," Beethoven; "Sonata n A Minor," Schubert; "Ballade n 'G Minor," "Berceuse" and 'Scherzo in B Flat," Chopin; 'Rondo Capriccioso," Felix Mendelssohn; three preludes by DcBussy.; 'El Albaicin," Albania; '.'Scherz* 1 'ronv a Midsummer Night's Dream.-" wtendelssohn, and "Study, in the Form' of a Waltz," Saint 7 Saens. FOR SALE White Enamel Coal Range, Girl's snow suit size 6. 74 First St., Frostburg Phone-706-J. Idver'tisement-N-T-Jan. 12 Infants' & Children's Shoes & Oxfords Poll Parrot Mrs. Days AND Wee Twirts CONDON'S SHOE STORE Frostburg, Md. ' Phone 8BO Have Your Car Checked .From Bumper- to Bumper Today at the • LandW Essd Servicenter Frostburp Phone 699 Cuppett To Speak Reardon Cuppett, county superintendent of schools will speak at the meeting of the Parsons Parent- Teacher Association tomorrow evening in the Parsons Grade School. Brief Mention Mrs. Harold D. Shine:, wife of the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church underwent a major opera- j— Lion in Myers Clinic, Philippl. 1 Mrs. Charles pittman is a patient in Myers Clinic, PhlllppJ. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Phillips and Mrs. isnbcUc Blackburn arc visiting in Morgan town. Moose Holding Member Drive THOMAS, 'W. -Va.—At a. recent meeting of Thomas Lodge No. 1531-, L. O. O. Moose, six captains were named for the January membership drive. They are Harri DiBacco,- Joseph DePollo, Peter Mattallino. Joseph Boyce, Lensure Likens and Martin Watring. After the meeting a movie, "Young America", depicting life at Mooseheart, 111., was shown. Other 'films were shown of World- Series james and championship, boxing fights. Lesion Plans Celebration Blue Ridge Post No. 23-, American Legion, of Davis and Thomas, discussed plans at a recent meeting concerning the thirtieth anniversary celebration of the Legion on March 15. It was reported rfiat the post has exceeded its membership quota. . Card Parties Ucld Mrs. Alex Joe Parks, 'Sr., iield a Bridge party at her home recently with prizes being won by Mrs. D. H. Kight, Mrs. Alice DiBacco and Mrs. Parks. Others present were- Mrs. Orlando MasBi, Mrs. .Eugene Gillenwater. Mrs. J. D. Duncan, Mrs. Tracy Curry and Mrs. Edward Filler. Mrs. Frank Pase honored her husband on liis birthday witii a card party at their home. Mrs. W. S Devore and Robert Schaffer won. prizes. Others attending were Mr and Mrs. Glendie Mosscv, Mrs Charles Schaffer and Mrs. Robert Schaffer. • . ' . Mrs. Robert Schaffer- entertained v/ith a card party for the group at her home. Mr: and Mrs. -Robert Blackburn were also • present'. Many New Courses Offeree! AI W. Virginia University MORGANTOWN, W. Vat.—Many new courses will be offered to West Virginia. University students when they register for second semester classes on January 25-26, according to Registrar J. Everett .Long. Among them is "American Constitutional Law and' Theory," a study- of the basic principles of American constitutional law as developed through Judicial interpretation of the constitution. The course —open only to Juniors and seniors- is being given by the Department oil Political Science. ' Another new course, intended for the inexpert-1 enceci* debater, . is "Junior Varsity Debate." Given by the Speech De-! partment, the course will guide! students in the development otj debate cases and in contest debates! with high school. students. Among the Other r.ew courses are: 'Contemporary Philosophy," "The German Novelle," "Collective Behavior," "Culture and Personality," "Chemical Engineering Operations," 'Advanced Machine Design," • and "American .Political Writings." dancer Clinic, Diagnostic Denier Scheduled Friday KEYSER, W. Va.—The monthly Mineral county Cancer clinic and tiaijnostlc center. : directed by- Dr. ?obert T. Coffman, will be held tit 'otomac Valley Hospital Friday nt p.m. Dr. Skitalerlc, Cumberland, fill be the consultant. Only persons wth referral slips.from their family ihysician will be admitted, Dr. Coffman stated. D-A-N-C-E T-O-H-I-T-E V.FJW. HOME MT. SAVAGE — Music By — THE COLLEGIANS Dancing 9 to 12 ADMISSION F-R-E-E Members and Withdrawals Shade Higher At W. Virginii University MORGANTOWN, W. Vs. —West Virginia University withdrawals during the first three months- of the current semester were" a fraction of a percentage point higher than for ;he corresponding period o£ 1D47-48, Registrar J. Everett Long said today. Long said. 236 students have-withdrawn from, classes as compared to 227 a year ago, when the gross, enrollment was 6,669. The gross for the present semester is a record, all-time high of 6,734. This makes the present withdrawal percentage 035 as compared to .034 for-the' first semester 1917-48: The. net. enrollment at the present time is 6,498. Illness or family illness were the, irinc'ipal reasons for withdrawal, ( Jong said. Others were finances,' employment, low grades, and military service. NO other rub acts faster in CHEST COLDS _ to refier* coa^hs—iching tnuiefair Two FRIENDS Music and Flower* of Ufe'j Most Beautiful . ' Blessings Mne MUfiJc comes- Irom flnt Instruments. Wo can siiuply the b«t In Hobuer . accordions; harmonicas, cornets,- and Any 'Instrument yol desire. Our nowcrs arc Jj-esti ana attractively nrriinjcd. Cornnjos, bouquets lor the many occasions make cut flowers A. "must". A^o iovely funeral olocw. *a<t polled pliints lor tho jUt.to «. shut In. Ernestine V. Witrig 0. & D. Novelty Shopp* 18 Broad-way , • Froftbnr* Mioine 541 Or 5M-J ' ' ATTENTION Special Meeting Business Association of the Frostburg Thursday/ 7:30 P. M., City Hall. New Store Hours Will Be Decided for .Frostburg. Thomas Elias, President The Roman "libra," which was •oughly a pound, gives us our abbre- Jiation of "Ib" for pound. CDA Meets Today PIEDMONT, W. Va,—The Catho- j, He Daughters of "'America will meet today at 8 p. m. at the Kniahts oi' Columbus Home. The meeting will be followed by a social in charge oi officers. Secret pals 1948 will be.<revealed. 1947 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan Radio, Heater & New Tires $1,500.00 Morton's Garage , Chrysler-Plymouth Phone Frostburg: 300 —* MT. CITY CAB Frostburg 525 Taxi Stand Located In Hotel Gunter 24-Hour Service Photographic Supplies ond Equipment Amnleiir nnd Fratctxionnl ' Authorized Dcolcrs Graflcx— Bell and Howcll— Eosfman Kodak — Argus — Revere — Narco — Victor— DuPonr Dotender— Bolcx Zenith Radios , Model Hobby Supplies Complete line sporting goods Hunting and fishing supplies ond . equipment KEYSER SPORTING GOODS AND CAMERA SHOP 3 Piedmont Street rhono C1SO virjlnli Call for Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer at Your Favorite Bar Also Distributors for Fort Pitt Special and Fort Pitt Ale DISTRIBUTOR William Filsinger Eckhart Phone Frostburg 35 WHEN YOU CHOOSE CANDY Choose it Wisely Get at Our Store I T&S CUT-RATE Opposite Postofficc Frostburg, Md. PREACHING MISSION Youth For Christ Activity , CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Centre And Charles Streets, Frostburg, Md. Nightly 7:45 p. m. Including. Sunday, January 16th. Guest Spcokcr and Singer Kcv. John Edward Maybury Bcllcmore, New ITorJc ' Dear The Oiillcnrlni Jilblo Jlcssajcu. Jlciir The Fine Mutilc Of The "GomciV". "E^Slii Tbe New l'e»r With Cod" . Rev. J. W. Maybury; fastor . DANCE THURSDAY NITE 9 'TILL 12' Forrady Post No. 24 American Legion Home Music by "The Collegians'' ADMISSION FREE Members and Friends International Sterling's lovely, romantic pattern. Now on display at our store. , JEFFRIES BROTHERS Jewelen BroadTvay Frostburr

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