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FROSTBURG And Tri State Area News (28) Sunday Times, Sunday, November 12, 1950 Pythians Hold District Rally FROSTBURG, Nov. 11.—Calanthe Temple No. 3, Pythian Sisters, were State Teachers College Group Honored At Annual Tea Event FROSTBURG, Nov. 11 — The, Frostburg State Teachers College hostesses were recently entertained at the annual college hostess tea in the college dining room by President Lillian C. Compton, Dr. Morton D. Nachlas, dean of men, and the resident men of the college. Greetings were extended to the group by Miss Compton, Ivan C. Diehl, dean of instruction; Mrs. Mary Ainslie, social director, and Dr. Nachlas. A short musical program was presented, including organ selections by Miss Maxine Conrad and Arthur Am tower and accordion selections j by Abraham Kishter. Refreshments, which were prepared under the direction of Miss Geraldine Drake, dietician, were cerved. Dr. Magdalen Eichert, principal of the College Laboratory School, and Mrs. Howard Tolson, college nurse, assisted in serving. Hostesses who attended are Mesdames Charles Eberly, Lillian Far- raciy, Pearl Grove, Ji S. Hunter, Harry Keller, W. D. Reese, William Spates, M. E. Stephenson, J. M. Stewart, C. P. Williamso^ and AHhea Yenshaw. Resident men who attended include the following seniors—Raymond Poffenberger, William Best, William Kildow, Roy Pepper, Bernard Price, Arthur Lakin and Allan Williams; juniors — James Jones, Donald Burgess, William Leonard, Gerald Turner, John Biggs, Charles Slick, Jack Pierce, Harold Scott and Jack Kalbr.ugh; sophomores — Robert Eckstein, Abraham Kishter, Phillip Lowe, Charles Sitter, Thomas Mersing, Thomas Downs and Allen Meyers, and freshmen — Vaughn Dullabaun, Herbert Reid, Robert Austin, Donald Burkett, Tracy Riggins, John Ambrose, James Yoder and James Stotler. Brief Mention Farrady Unit No. 24, American Legion Auxiliary, will meet Monday. Final plans for a card party will be c&mpleted and all-members are to attend. The Young Men's Republican Club Auxiliary will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. in the club rooms. • The Upper Eckhart Street Light Association will meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. in Byrnes Hall, Eckhart. F. O. E. Auxiliary No. 1273 College Holds Art Display Faculty Holds Dinner Event GRANTSVILLE, Nov. 11 — The faculty of Grantsville Elementary hostesses to a rally of the district and High School' held a dinner' a FROSTBURG, Nov. 11—An exhibit of the works of the students of Traphagen School, New York City, is on display daily at Frostburg State Teachers from 1 to 5 p. m. The display was secured by Miss Rosann Langhans, art instructor at the college. Included are samples of interior decoration, clothing construction and drawing and design. Of special interest are photographs of- the wardrobe designed for Miss America of 1949 for her appearance m the Atlantic City pageant. Committee Named To Obtain Street Lights In Pekin PEKIN, Nov. 11—A public meeting was held Thursday evening in Pekin School at which Irvin Lewis and Olin Savage explained the procedure necessary to obtain street lights. Following the meeting, a committee was formed to proceed with the necessary steps. [ The committee is composed of Alonzo Miller, chairman, John Kiddy, Lester Munson, Leon Johnson, Forrest Simpson and Irvin Moore. The project is much needed and a representative section of Moscow and Pekin residents were present. Aden Miller also addressed the group in regards to sanitary district and the obtaining of water. The same committee was appointed for the lights will study the proposition presented by Miller and report their findings to a later meeting. Pythian Temple To Hold Bazar LONACONING, Nov. 11 — The annual bazaar of Morning Star Temple No. 1, Pythian'Sisters, will be held Thursday evening in K. of P. Hall. There will be displays of fancy gs, an apron sale Knights of Pythias an^ Pythian S's- ters Friday evening at the American Legion home, with 125 members and guests attending. State officers present were: Helmuth Flugge, Easton, grand chancellor; John C. Fisher, grand vice chancellor, Cumberland; A. Elwood Martak, grand secretar?, Baltimore; D. R. ifimble, supreme representative, Havre De Grace; Louella Shipley, grand chief, Brunswick; Sara Schramm, grand secretary, Lonaconing; Agnes Love, grand manager, Cumberland; Louyse Michael, Brunswick, supreme representative; Ruth Legeer, grand press correspondent, Frostburg, and Erma Strickler, Brunswick and Viola <McGann, Midland, district deputies. Edna M. Engle, past supreme representative, served as mistress of ceremonies and invocation was by Rev. W. D. Mehrling. The address of welcome was by Mayor Jesse F. Jacobs. Recognition was given the past supreme representatives and grand chiefs from the various subordinate lodges and temples of the state. Music was furnished by Mrs. recent evening at Layman's Farm. .The committee on arrangements included' Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, Mrs. Zeola Robeson, W. C. Grimm, College Reception Principals Mrs. Marian Bittle, Miss Elizabeth Workman, Joseph A. Moran, Mrs. Eilen'e Shutlz, Mrs. Nourine Rentchler and Miss Viola Broadwater. Present were Marshall Brown, principal, and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole, Mr. and Mrs. James Ayres, Miss Kathryn Spelcher, Robert Bittle, Mr. and Mrs. John Cobun, Mrs. W. C. Grimm, Mrs. Joseph Moran. * Miss Patricia Norford, Mr. and Mrs, Sheldon Riggs, Paul Shultz, Miss Jane Bender, Miss Rachel Hughes, Mi-, and Mrs. Clinton McKenzie, Edwin Robeson, Miss Claudine Opel, Miss Esther Opel and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beachy. Elizabeth Sires and Mrs. Ludwig Neilson and daughter. The program was in charge 01 Mrs. Pearl Neilson, Mcs. Juanita Hendley, Mrs. Alevenia Cole and Mrs Margaret Wright. Comprising the reception committee were Mrs. Elizabeth Odger, Mrs. Elizabeth Close and Mrs. Erma Lee. Following the rally, Calanthe Temple entertained with refreshments and dancing. hold a meeting for °«' cer ^ P ait j d other art icles and baked goods, presidents and commitcee chairmen'; at 7 p. m. Monday at the ~ Home. The Daughters of America meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at Junior Order Hall, Broadway. The Cenchrean Missionary Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Herman Wilson, Hill Street. Mrs. George Charles will be co-hostess and the lesson will be in charge of Mrs. Harold Stoudt. , fish pond available. has been Mrs. Nellie Miller. | Miss Edith Holder is general chair- Missionary Group Elects Officers GRANTSVILLE, Nov. ll_Officers of the Lutheran Missionary Society were elected at a recent meeting to the social room of Grantsville Lutheran Church. Those named were: Mrs Harold Miller, president, Mrs. Harvey Gortner, vice president- Mrs. Stewart Rodamer treasurer,' who has held the office for 30 years; financial secretary, Mrs. Emerson Sebold, and statistical secretary, Mrs. Iva Stanton. Mrs. George Bowersox was the leader Plans were completed for the pork and kraut supper Wednesday The Christmas party will be held at the'church, with Mrs. Harry Hoover and Mrs. Clyde McCurdy m C1 There were 23 present. Refreshments were served by. the hostesses, Mrs. Harry Yommer and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Mark Miller Heads Guild Group GRANTSVILLE, Nov. 11 — Mrs, Mark Miller was elected president of the Woman's Guild of Grantsville Reformed Church at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Floyd Durst. Others elected were vice president, Mrs. C. O. Bender; secretary, Mrs. Byron Bender, and treasurer, Mrs. B. F. Epstein. Mrs. Floy Durst was the leatier. Readings were given by Mrs. H. O. Miller, Mrs. Elaine Durst and Mrs. •David Broadwater. Solos were sung by Zona Kinsinger, Jane Bowman, Mrs. Blaine Durst and Mrs. David Broadwater. There were 19 members and six visitors present. Plans were, made for the.Christmas party, to be held December" 13 in the social room of the church. Annual Safety Award Event Held By Luke Paper Plant The members of the Faculty of Frostburs State Teachers College and Carlos Salzedo, famed harpist and composer, were guests of honor at a reception in the Music Building of the college following a recent recital by Salzedo. The reception was sponsored by the Slusic Department of the college. Shown in the usual order are Maurice MatUson, head of the music department; Miss Lillian C. Compton, president of State Teachers, and Salzedo. A tour of the building and an exhibit of old music, inherited by Mrs. Matteson, featured. - Bender. Brief Mention Renowned Harpist Honored Following College Concert Methodist Mothers Hear Book Review FROSTBURG, Nov. 11 — T h e Methodist Mothers Club were entertained recently at the home of Mrs. Rose Grose, East Main Street, with ' _ Mrs. Charlotte Zeller, assisting. I Southern Stales t»roup Demonstration At Midland Home MIDLAND, Nov. 11 — A modern methods demonstration was held a recent evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Meyers. A prize was won by Mrs. Colleen Beeman. Others present were: ' Mesdames William Manley, Hugh McMillan, John McGowan, John Meyers, Walter Thorpe, Nellie Mills, George Barclay and Patrick Manley and Miss Mary Ann Meyers. Mrs L. O. Broadwater entertained the Tuesday Night Bridge Club. Honors were won by Mrs. C. O. Bender and Mrs. Harvey Gortner. The Teachers Bridge Club was .entertained recently at the home of IMiss Ida Engle. Honors were won by Mrs. Edwin Robeson, Miss Viola Broadwater and Mrs. Lena Bender, a guest. Others present were Mrs. Marshall Landis, Mrs. Maude Klock, Mrs. William Roantree and Miss Ethel Broadwater. A district meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will be held Thursday at Kingwood, W. Va. Misses Ethel and Viola Broadwater and Miss Ida Engle attended the 50th anniversary dinner Friday of the Meyersdale Republican Club at Hollywood Inn. RehekahsToHold District Assembly NEW CREEK DRIVE, W. Va., Nov. 11—The semi-annual convention of of Eleventh District Rebekah Assembly of West Virginia will be guests November 28, of Mt. Olive Lodge No. 31, at the I. O. O. F. Hall, Keyser. An afternoon and night session will be held <E-hen a large class of candidates will be inducted by the degree staff of Keyser Lodge. Mrs. Viola Phelps, district deputy president, Davis, will preside. _ Lodges from Parsons, Davis, Thomas, Elaine, Elk Garden and Keyser will be represented. Mrs. Bane Honored Mrs. Morgan Bane .was given a surprise dinner in celebration of her 77th birthday at her home on New Creek Drive. Guests were Mrs. Ida Duling, FROSTBURG, Nov. 11—Carlos Salzedo, world renowned harpist, and members of the faculty of Frostburg State Teachers College, were honored at a reception following a concert by Salzedo at the college auditorium. The event was sponsored by the music department of the school. Officers of the Maryland Singers, who acted as hosts, were Jack Lechliter, president; Patricia Benna, vice president; Margaret Michael, secretary; William B. Yates, Jr., treasurer, and Esther Engle and Ella Fern Richardson, librarians. A tour of the new building was conducted and an exhibit of old music, inherited by Mrs. Maurice Matteson, featured. The concert program included "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms," "Bourree,' "Impromptu - Caprice," "Chanson Dans La Nuit" and "Behind the Barracks," encores. Part 1—"The Harmonious Blacksmith," Georg Friedrick Handel "Giga," Arcangello Crrelli; "Bourree," Johann Sebastian Bach; "Sar abande," Francois Couperin; "Ri guadon," Jean Phillippe Rameau. Part 2—"Petite Etude," Rober Mrs. Lois Baer was in charge of the j „ e | meeting and devotions. M«M« Luncheon Edward Richardson, reviewed the j LO NACONING Nov. 11 — Mrs. " ' book, "Their Rightful Heritage," by Florence Taylor. The group made plans for a Christmas party to be held at the church December 5 for children. Present were Mesdames Mary- Dyer, Edna Hudson, Grace Jones, Lois Baer, Charlotte Folk, Eula Duckworth, Marion 4 Poole, Helen Lehr, Virginia Buckalew, Jeanetta McFarland, Amy Richardson and Miss Mary Lou Grose. Lions Club Marks Education Week FROSTBURG, No. 11—The Frostburg Lions Club observed Nationa' Education Week at a recent meeting at Zion Evangelical and Re- Ruth Clise, State Street, entertained recently with a luncheon for members of the Home Advisory Board of the Southern States Cooperative Association. The ladies were later taken on a tour of the Clise Feed Store. During the business meeting, plans were made for their annual meeting. Present were Mrs. William Weir, president, Mrs. Parker Warnick, Mrs. Olen Stephens and Mrs. Earl Green. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hayes visited friends. Mrs. Joel A. Beachy is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Huff returned from California where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Shaffer, of Turlock. Mrsi Thomas O. Bender is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. formed Church. Miss Jane Souder, Beall High senior, presented her talk, "I Speak; Jane For Democracy," which she gave fj 0 ff a tt, Rockville PTA Holds Minstrel LONACONING, Nov. 11 — The Parent-Teacher Association of Rockville School presented "Harvest Minstrel" a recent evening at the school. Over 100 persons attended. Participating were Mesdames To Represent Chvb WESTERNPORT, Nov. 11—Donald Salesky, president of the Westernport and Luke Lions Club, William Phelps, Hollis Howe, Bernard Cross and J. William Beck will represent the club at the zone meeting Monday at the William James Hotel, Oakland. Kirkwood. Louise Cutter and Alice Moffatt. A cake walk prize was won by Peggy Cutter and a guess cake prize by Ruth Clise. recently over radio station WTBO. Miss Souder was Beall High's representative in the county contest. Miss Ruth Jacobs, also a Senior at Beall presented a group of piano selections. The program was arranged by Anthony Folk. Guests included Alvin E. Ynste, Cumberland district governor; Chester A. Fisher, zone chairman; Wilbert Logsdon and guests from the Mt Savage and Hagerstown clubs, house for the Garrett County Homemakers Clubs will be held in Oakland, Friday and Saturday. A rug display and exhibit of Christmas decorations and fancy work will be exhibited by each club. Verna Howell, Ethel Isabel Waddell, Laverne Gorman; Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Schwinabart and granddaughter, Barbara Burgess, Elk Garden; and Morgan Bane and Mr. and Mrs Ervin Bane and son, William. Brief Mention Mrs. Mary Boring, Bayard, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Loomis, Westernport, visited relatives at Poco- inoke City, Elkton and Baltimore, Md. They were accompanied by Mrs. Landon Rice, Piedmont, to Baltimore. Rev. and Mrs. D. K. Spangler' and family, Romney, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E..R. Arnold. Ray Arnold and Ronald Boyce attended ..the Keyser-Tridelphia High School Jootball game at Wheeling. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ray returned to Elk Garden alter a three- weeks visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith and Mrs.. Emma Halterman accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Russell Arnold to Wickenburg, Ariz., where the Reynolds will spend the winter. Mrs. J. E. Arnold and daughters, Geraldine and Ruth, visited relatives in Cumberland. E. T. Davis, grand master of the Weirton I. O. O. F. Lodge, will make an official visit November 20, to Queens Point Lodge No. 78, Keyser. * Schuman; "Chaconne," Augusti Durand; En Bateau Claude De. bussy; "Impromtu-Caprice," Gabriel Pierne. Part 3—"Chanson Dans La Nuit, 1 'Behind the Barracks," "Intro spection," "La Desirade," "Tango, 'Florentine Music" and "Whirl wind," all by "Salzedo. Part 4—"Ballade," Salzedo, an the encores previously mentioned. Youth Injures Eye BEDF/5RD, Pa., Nov. 11—Sheldon Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Belmont Wagner, Route 3, is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, for treatment for a eye injury sustained a fall. To Meet Monday LONACONING, Nov. 11—Morning Star Temple No. 1, Pythian Sisters. will meet Monday at 8 p. m. in the K. of P. Hall. A rug and quilt display' will feature their bazaai Thursday. Mrs. Jennie Smith is in charge of the display. Action Deferred In Damage Case KEYSER, W. Va., Nov. 11—Judge Ernest A. See deferred action until the January term of Circuit Court when a jury Thursday failed to reach an agreement on damages to be awarded Mrs. Lillian Wagoner, Patterson's Creek, for the right of way of power lines across a housing project. Mrs. Wagoner had appealed a commissioner's jury award of $500 for the right of way for lines of the Potomac Light and Power Company across her property. In her appeal,"she declared she lost the sale of five lots In the building lot project as a result of the. construction of the power lines. The jury visited the area prior to its attempt to reach a decision. After a two-hour session the jury announced that is was unable to reach an agreement. Ickkart PTA Will Present Ladies Minstrel Tuesday ECKHART, Nov. 11—The PTA of Eckhart School will present the Ladies Powder Puff Minstrels" at he school Tuesday evening. The show was presented last Winer in Mt. Savage, Frostburg and lumberland and the group has been practicing many new songs and skits for this, the final showing. Added to the show is Mrs. Avis Ward, who has been featured in rodeo shows in the Western states. Mrs. Ward will present trick roping, western singing and dancing. The minstrel itself is comprised of the ladies of the Helping Hand Society o£ Eckhart Methodist Church. It is made up of a group of waitresses and end-women cooks who are rielen Airhart, Miss Mandy; Sue Bowser, Miss Rosebud; Nell Nelson, Mrs. Patrick; Margare' Carter, Mrs. Hash; Lois Andrews Miss Ladle, and Mary Ryan, Miss Taken. Mrs, May Bolt acts as inter- locuter. Popular songs and Gay-Ninety numbers will be sung by the entire company. The chorus waitresses are Mes- danies Grace Felker, Dorothy Bowser, Vivian DeLaney, Louisa Hoi singer, Georgeanna Ralston, Lydia Knepp, Pauline Carter, Avis Ward and Ruth Crowe. The piano accompanist will b< Mrs. Ruby Filsinger. Following the minstrel, the PTA will serve re fresliments. LUKE, Nov. 11 — The annual safety award dinner for the em- ployes of the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company was held Thursday evening at Trinity Methodist Church, Piedmont, W. Va. The- event is sponsored by Albert M. Falser, plant manager. The award was won by the em- ployes o' the Power Division, who completed approximately 304,067 production hours without a dis- ibling accident. The award was presented by Frank Zeitlin, assistant manager, to Floyd Davis, division superintendent. The ehtire plant this year set a new consecutive no-accident record of 100 days. The average" number of disabling accidents a year for all pulp and paper comnnnies is 12. and for all industries. 10. The local plant this year had only six disabling accidents. Twenty-five departments of the plant registered no accidents. Invocation was by Rev. Charles L. Davis, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church. John J. Long, director of plant and personnel protection was the toastmastcr and Lt. Edwin L. L'ilya, head of the Traffic Department of the Cumberland Police Department, was the principal speaker. Entertainment included Irene Keller, soloist; Regina Martcney Solovox selections; Gus Schwartz magician's act, and selections bj the Philos Lodge Quartet, Ham Harris, Ralph Fike. William Fazenbaker and Ellis Burke. Similar dinners are planned Wednesday and Tuesday, November 21 The Young Ladies Bible Class of the church are in charge of the serving. Members of the Mill Safety Committee include Alton Fortrrey, William LaFon, Hubert Worgan, Home: Ferrell, Paul Haywood, Newton Dawson, Louis Diaz, Eugene Dawson, J. W. Wilson, James Guy, Wil- Fraley Holds One Vote Edge OAKLAND, Nov. 11 — Senator Neil C. praley (R) held a one-vote edge* over Democrat Bernard L. Gonder in the official tally In the Garrett county contest for a seat in , the State Senate. Fraley tallied f 3,080 votes to Gonder's 3,079. At the end of the official tabula- ion, someone remembered that four absentee-soldier ballots hadn't been ipened. They were divided, two and wo. Gonder hasn't decided yet whether he'll ask for a recount. liam Phelps, John Miller, Julian Patrick, Avelino Diaz, Donald Eis- enbefger, Paul Sears, Baxter Willey, William Shaffer and Adrian Rank- Sorority Appoints Committee Group KEYSER, W. Va., Nov. 11—Iota Pi Chapter, Tan Phi Lambda Sor- rity of the Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, met a recent evening ,t the American Legion Home. Mary Rotruck, Alma Payne and Mary Kirby were appointed to :omplete plans for the coming year The next meeting, a pledge pro< ect, will be held Monday, Novembe; 20. New pledges will entertain tin sorority. Attending were Wanda Watson, Phyllis Dorsey, Angela Dorsey, Mary Right, Alma Payne, Mary Rotruck, Mary Kirby, Loretta Keener, Mary Kathryn Neville, Doris Nesbit, Jane Frederick, Jean Clise and Adrian Clise. Mrs. Blair Improves MIDLAND, Nov. 11 — Mrs. Frank Blair is reported improved .at Miner's Hospital, Frostburg, following an operation. Preparing For Central High Program Garrett Homemakers Plan Open House GRANTSVILLE, No. 11 — Open Ministerial Group To Plan Service WESTERNPORT. 'Nov. 11—Plans will be.made for the annual union Thanksgiving service, sponsored by Attends Congress WESTERNPORT, Nov. 11—Mrs. the Tri-Towns Ministerial Asso- Zihlman Callis and Mrs. Edwin Ross ciation. at a meeting of the group' are representing the Hammond Monday at 10:30 a. in. at Mill Run [street School Parent-Teacher Asso- MethotJist Church, Franklin. The! ciation' at a meeting of the Mary- ministers will meet in front of the land Congress of Parents and Church of the Brethren here at 10:15 a. m. Teachers at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore. Stoops Restaurant FROSTBURG Closed Monday Only Open Tuesday As Usual Barton BARTON, Nov. 11 — Mrs. Haze .ee Watson, Washington is recu lerating at the home of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houl dershelt, following an operation. Miss Barbara Russell has been ieriously ill at her home for th )ast two weeks. Miss May Donahey, former teach er at Barton School returned from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Joseph Carter, Dogwood Flat, i a patient in Memorial Hospital. Eleanof Mowbray returned t Washington after visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bea Mowbray. Paul Johnson is visiting his wif and son on a four-day leave from Fort George E. Meade, where he i stationed with the Army. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green an daughter, Pontiac, are visiting Mr Blanche Kirk and family, Barto and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gj»en an family, Moscow. The McCrea marionettes present ed "Dick Whittington" Friday after noon at Barton High School. CDA Court Sets Service Tonight MT. SAVAGE, Nov. 11 — Court Theresa No. 557, Catholic Daughters of America, and the Junior Jatholic Daughters of America will hold their annual vesper sen-ice Sunday at 7:30 p. m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The jionior group will present a program in St. Patrick's Hall fol- iowing the service and Mrs. Mary Jhaffer Jones, Court Cardinal Gib-' bons, Cumberland, will present honor pins to the juniors. Refreshments will be served and the public may attend. The Junior C. D. of A. met a recent evening in the music rqom of St. Patrick's School, with their counselor, Mrs. Robert Mulligan, presiding. I Rita Martin, Maureen Boyle, Rosalie MeKenzie and Judith Garlitz were accepted as new members and Joann Geary, Catherine McDermitt nd Mary Meade made application or membership. The next meeting will be held November 28 at 7:30 p. m. at t > home of Frances Weimer. Brief Mention Old Rail Post No. 6025, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will sponsor a social in the home Sunday at 8 p. m. The Auxiliary of Old Rail Post No. 6025 .will sponsor a card party at 8 p. m. Thursday in the Post Home. Mrs. John Crowe and Mrs. Walter Midland Club To Hold Achievement Program MIDLAND, Nov. 11—An Achievement Day program will feature the meeting of the Midland Homemakers Club at 7:30 p'. m. Wednesday in Red Men's Hall. All members are to exhibit something they made during the year. Mrs. Nellie Allen will preside and a sale of home-made candy and :ookies will be held. Martin are in Cheverly to attend the dedication of St. Bernard's Catholic Church, of which their brother, Rev. Ronald J. Fannon, is pastor. Meshack Logsdon is a patient In the Wilmer Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Mrs. Nellie M. Fannon, Miss Marie Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malloy and Mrs. Joseph Porter returned from. Connellsville, Pa., where they attended the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Mara Lou Ridge. Miss Margaret Conroy is ill at the home of her nephew, Matthew Campbell. Mrs. Marie Barrett and Miss Louann Garlita returned from New York City. Miss Kale Conway is ill at her home on Water Street. Mr and Mrs. Harry Gaughan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaughan and sons, Tom and Paul, visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gaughan, York, Pa. Michael Flanigan, Columbia nue. is ill at his home. Mrs. DeSales McDermitt returned from Baltimore. Since 1920, 36 bills have been introduced in Congress to make Hawaii a state. ROBOT LIGHTSHIP PITTSBURGH, Nov. 11 — A remote control system, developed by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, gives a single Coast Guard operator on shore complete control over a "robot lightship" that helps guide sea-going traffic. The.control system, called Visicode, uses short radio waves to send orders to 'the ship and to tell the shore operator when the orders have been carried out. BARTON THEATRE BARTON, MD. Hawaii is served by six overseas airlines—British, Canadian, Philippine, and three American. Students of Central High School, Lonaconing; are shown preparing the auditorium stage for their presentation tomorrow night of "America. 5 tJnlimited." The play will be presented in observance of National Education Week mnd will ret underway »t S'pjn. Prior to the play, open house will be held for those parents, and Khool patrons wishing to visit the Tariouc classrooms. Homer Biggins will be the principal speaker at the program of which the play is a feature. Try One of Our COLD WAVES Joan's Beauty Shop 73 [. Main St.- FrMtburg Priori. 10790 MAKE BEAUTY A HABIT1 Sun. & Man., Nor. 72-13 Jack Carton, tcla Albright, J.on Walloc. in "Tho Good Humor Man" Alio: S.Uct Short Subjects Wed. & Thvri. Nov. 75-76 Montgomery Clifl, Paul Douglal Cornell lorcheri in . "Tho Big Lift" * NOTE: Due to the lonath of Ihii fMturo, there arc no ihott lubjedi. TUM., Nor. 74 (One Day Only) Brodtrick Crawford, John Ireland, Elltn Drtw in "Cargo To Capetown" Also: S«leet Short Subject! fli. t, Sat. Nm. 17-18 Alltn Ion*, Eddy Wollir, Jim Nolan in "Death Valley Gunfightors" Plus: Chapter No. 14 el Cody Exprell 2 Keel Comedy and Cartoont Matinn PALACE MATINEE BEGINS 1 JO P. M. Night NOW1 Sun. - Mon. - Tues. Clark Barbara GABLE • STANWYCK ftffl XhW inMGM'i m W f 9 Sun.. -Man. LYRIC MATINEE IEGIKS 1:30 P. M. Mot. - Nit*

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