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The Republic from Meyersdale, Pennsylvania • 8

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EIGHT MEYERSDALE REPUBLICAN Thursday, August 26, 1948 (Advertisement) Ladies and Gentlemen WE HAVE ON DISPLAY THE best assortment of woolens we have ever had. These consist of dress materials, suitings, woolssuitable for skirts, etc. You will find plaids, checks, plains and other novelty patterns. Each piece is fifty to fifty-six inches wide. Many of the patterns have just enough for a dress or suit.

The colorings are outstanding. For those of you who can sew, here is opportunity to create for your yourself out of these materials a dress or other garment that would be found in the upper price brackets. In addition, we have flannels in plain pastel colors. BOYS' SPORTS SHIRTS We have just received a shipment of boys' plain colored sports shirts in tan, blue and green, made with the two-way collar, long sleeves, and of good quality broadcloth, in sizes eight to fourteen years. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a shipment of men's semi-dress trousers, a very well-made trouser, made of part-wool materials, in blues and browns; nice looking patterns; will wear well.

At the moment, we have all sizes up to! 42 waist band, and the price is only $5.00 a pair. GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL? We have some very fine You may choose from single pieces or matched sets. We have these sets in many colors, including the raw-hide. Luggage purchased here may be marked with your own personal initials. We also have luggage identification tags.

If you travel, your bags should be marked with your name and address. Use a luggage tag. SPEAKING OF GOING AWAY to school, we are the local for several name tape concerns. These name tape identifications can be had in quantities of three dozens or more at very little cost. Be sure to mark your personal belongings.

It helps prevent mixups. SOMETHING NEW IN THE way of neckwear for men. This week we received a shipment of knitted ties that are different from the knitted tie of old. They are made on what is known as a flat knit machine. They have the same shape as other ties; however, the designs and appearance are so different.

SIXTY DAYS IS NOT A LONG time. In about sixty days, we will be close to Hallowe'en. Right now we have on hand several pieces of a fine quality cambric in gay bright colors, and today's cambric is SO different from the cambric we knew before the war. It's a better quality and comes thirty-six inches wide. Why not get a piece now for that Hallowe'en costume' THE FIRST SHIPMENTS OF the new fall and winter coats are beginning to arrive.

You are invited to inspect and try on these new garments. You will find the newest and smartest styles of the year shown here. See the new year-round coat with the zip-in linings, the smart hooded styles, and others in all the new and wanted colors. As usual, our prices are always easy on your budget. Use our lay-away plan.

ALREADY WE HAVE SOLD on the lay-away plan many children's and misses' coats and snosuits. The smart shoppers are selecting their fall and winter garments now while the assortments are complete. You are invited to see these smart garments for children and use our lay-away planpay a little down--a little each two weeks. SMART NEW SPORT SKIRTS for fall. Your choice of the new fall colors including black, grey and others.

Styles designed by some of the best designers and skirt makers, in sizes 24 to 30. INTERESTED IN YOUR COMmunity? You should be. The prosperity of your community is your security. MILLERS Department Store A Member of Meyersdale Chamber of Commerce Church Notices First Methodist Church, Meyersdale--Floyd Gotjen, pastor. 9:30 a.m.---Church school; J.

E. McCartney, supt. worship. 11:30 a.m.-Fourth Quarterly Conference. Church of the Brethren, Glen, Salisbury, Garrett, Beach-A.

Jay Replogle, minister. Maple Glen: a.m.-Sunday school; 11 -Worship, sermon by the Rev. E. F. Shumaker.

Salisbury: 9:30 a.m.-Sunday school. Garrett: 10 a.m.-Sunday school; 11 a.m.-Preparatory service; 7 p.m.-Communion services. Beachdale: 10 a.m.-Worship 10:45 -Sunday school. Methodist Church, Salisbury-. Floyd Gotjen, pastor.

9:30 a.m.-Church school; F. A. Showalter, supt. worship. 8:30 p.m.

-Quarterly conference. Zion Ev. Lutheran ChurchHoward K. Hilner, pastor. Sunday a.m.; H.

Andrew Horchner, supt. Morning worship "A Spiritual Main Street Brethren Church, -Gerald Polman. pastor. -TAXITO FAIR GROUNDS Phone 184-Hotel Fair Ground Stand: Below Grandstand along Race Track C. C.

COOK Insurance Broker Center Street, Meyersdale, Pa. State THEATRE MEYERSDALE, PA. The Industry's Finest Productions Beautifully Presented Aug. 26-27-28 Big Double Feature "SWEET GENEVIEVE" With Jean Porter And "BEST MAN WINS" With Edgar Buchanan Anna Lee Price 40c-14c Mat. 30c-14c 30-31-Sept 1 Walt Disney's immortal "BAMB BI" In color by Technicolor And William Gargan Starring In "The Argyle Secrets" Price 40c-14c Sept.

2-3-4 Big Double Feature Claire Trevor Dennis O'Keefe Marsha Hunt Starring in "Raw Deal" And Abbott and Costello Starring In "BUCK PRIVATES" Price 40c-14c Mat. 30c-14c COMING Romance on the High Seas' And "A Foreign Affair" 9:30 Bible school, Edward Hil-1 legas, supt. worship, message by the pastor. Fellowship. 7:30 -Evening service, message the pastor.

Special program by those leaving for school this fall. meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30. Summit Mills Brethren ChurchGerald Polman, pastor. worship; message by the pastor. school; Frank Fike, supt.

ving, Prayer 7:30. meeting--Thursday eveYouth Fellowship--Monday, p.m, St. Mary's Church, Pocahontas, will hold a Mission beginning August and ending September 5. The Rev. Lawrence Weist O.F.M.

Cap. of Pittsburgh will conduct the Mission. The Mission will open Sunday with Mass at 8:30. Devotions every evening at 7:30. Two Masses every morning during the week.

The friends of the parish are invited to attend. Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church, White Oak-Carl H. Clapp, pastor. Sunday school and church service, Aug. 29 at 7:15.

Christian Church--J. A. Joyce, pastor. 9:30 a.m. school; Robert E.

Miller, supt. 10:30 a.m.-Communion and sermon, Mount Carmel and Elijah. Wednesday, meeting and Bible study. Church of the Nazarene ert M. Earle, pastor.

Sunday Worship a.m. Evangelistic p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting, 7:45 p.m. The Wilhelm Charge pastor. St.

Paul's: Sunday Services at 10:30. St. John's: Sunday Church of the Brethren, CrossRoads. 7:30 p.m. Sunday school classes for all ages, H.

E. Knox, supt. Prayer and praise service following the Sunday school lesson. Home-Coming service to be held Sunday, Sept. 5, at 3 p.m.

Sunday school at 1:45 p.m.; Will Judy of Chicago, main speaker. REVIVAL SERVICES At the Church of God at Glade City near Meyersdale, Rev. Sidney Brown, formerly of England, is the Evangelist. He is acclaimed as a good preacher and singer. Everybody is invited to come and hear him.

Services started Sunday night, August 22, and will continue until Sept. 5. Time 7:45. Pastor, Rev. Norman Seese.

The Stork Brought To Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Stein, Toledo, Ohio, a son, born August 20. To Mr.

and Mrs. Earl Christner, Salisbury, a son, Thomas Eugene, born August 21. To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keating, Meyersdale RD 3, a daughter, born August 22 at Hazel McGilvery Hospital.

To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larue, Meyersdale, a son, born August 22 at Hazel McGilvery Hospital. To Mr. and Mrs.

Fred Bentz, Accident, Maryland, a daughter, born August 23 at Hazel McGilvery Hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bowers, Boynton, a son, born August 23 at Hazel McGilvery Hospital. To.

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Frantz Confluence, a son, born August 23 at Price Some children's physicians are now using lollipops for tongue pressors and are receiving hearty cooperation from their patients.

There is one difference campaign years in Russia and in the United States. In Russia you don't have to wait until the votes are counted -to find how it turned out. Earthquakes occur on the average of every hours, a majority earthquake every days. "COME Os TO THE FAIR" Whether you live in a town or on one of the surrounding farms, your County Fair deserves the support of each one of you. It is one of the few annual gatherings that shouid bring all the inhabitants of Somerset County together for a week of entertainment, sociability and education.

This year's program is excellent, and your support will assure an even better one for next year. Citizens National Bank MEYERSDALE, PA. 80th ANNIVERSARY 1868 1948 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Rev. Earle Is New Nazarene Pastor REV. ROBERT M.

EARLE Rev. Robert M. Earle took over the pastorate of the Meyers Ave. Church of the Nazarene this week and will preach at the regular service Sunday morning, August 29. Rev.

Nelson Cole, who served the church here for more than a year, left last week to conduct revival services for two weeks at burg. From there he will go to Nashville, to continue his education in Tenerecca College. The new pastor and his wife spent eight years as missionaries in central India. Rev. Earle who grew up in Massachusetts, has served pastorates in Ohio, Indiana and Missouri.

He received his B. D. degree from the Nazarene Theological Seminary of Kansas City, and has a master's degree in Religious Education. Mrs. Earle received her B.

S. de. gree in Education science at Ohio State and has a master's degree in psychology. The couple has three children, of whom were born in India, girls, 13 and 7, and a two boy, 4 years of age. Playground Use Is Not Restricted should be done with this groundthe Another barrier against any progress in securing the "playground" as a community recreation center was the propaganda that the deed to the property stipulated it could be used only for inaustrial purposes.

Research has revealed that rumor as foundless. The deed given by the Chamber of Commerce to the trustees stated that the land could be used as the trustees desired. The stipulation "for industrial purposes only" would hardly have been written into the deed given by Mrs. Louisa Slicer and Mrs. Bertha Friedline to the Boosters Club, because reputable citizens said that the property was granted at that time for the purposes of a playground.

Nothing has yet been discovered that that grant stipulated that the land could be used "only for the purposes of a but it's an interesting speculation to investigate. The trustees of the "playground" acquired the property by deed, dated March 6, 1928 from the Meyersdale Chamber of Commerce iNcorporated July 5, 1921. Joseph F. Reich was president and Howard Phillips was secretary at the time. That Chamber Commerce was the changed name of the CommunBoosters Club which was incorporated June 30, 1919.

Howard (Continued from Page One) trustees be bound by the Chamber's wishes? An attempt to answer may read us around the circumference of a vicious circle and back to our point of departure, namely, the property was deeded to trustees, but the indenture does not specify for whom they act. What is the point in this circumnavigation? Simply this: 23 lots hardly be sold to seven 1n- dividuals bearing the name of trustees for one dollar without the implication that they act for the community. Thus, their business as trustees is the community's business, and the people who make up the community are entitled to know how and why their business is being conducted. The trustees should publicly defend the ground they stand on. Furthermore, the community should have a say in what June 30, 1919.

Howard Phillips said that the Boosters Club paid $8,000 to Mrs. Slicer and Mrs. Friedline for the Just what are facts of the covenants of that deed remain to be seen. Famous Singer Pa. Week Ambassador (Continued from Page One) Members of the local Week Committee are checking with state officials now Mr.

Thomas to learn when it will de convenient for the singer to visit his home town. Just as as this information is received, details for the "welcome home" celebration will be worked out. Mr. Thomas was selected as a Pennsylvania Ambassador on the nomination of the local Chamber of Commerce. Only a limited number of former native sons, who have since received world-wide recognition for their achievements, have been selected as Pennsylvania Ambassadors.

So far as is known at the present time, Meyersdale is the only community in the county to have been lucky enough to have EL Pennsylvania Ambassador selected for Pennsylvania Week. Woman Suffrage Granted The amendment the United States Constitution which gave the right of franchise to the women of the country became effective on August 26, 1920. Henry Wallace doesn't hope to be elected president but he expects to be around Democratic headquarters next winter to pick up the pieces. Matrimonial KOLB-SCHROCK The Springs Mennonite Church was the scene of a very wedding ceremony on Thursday evening, August 19. The occasion was the marriage of Mary Carolyn Kolb, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Edwin Kolb of Springs, and Lloyd Allen Schrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.

Schrock, of Niverton. Against the altar, palms, potted! ferns and a bouquet of white gladioli, with lighted tapers in candlebra, formed a beautiful background for the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Walter Otto, of Springs. The bride wore a lovely sheer white dress, and carried a white Bible with a gardenia marker. She entered the church on the arm of her father, and was attended by her sister Bernice as maid of honor.

and by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Merle Kolb. Bernice was dressed in yellow, Mrs. Kolb in blue, and both carried roses. Robert Kolb, brother of the bride, was best man, and her three remaining brothers, Merle, Blair and Donald served as A mixed quartette composed of Mrs.

Robert Kolb, Evelyn Schrock, Homer Yoder and Alva Yoder, gave a program of song before the ceremony. They sang the following numbers: "0 God of God, Who Does Not Perfect Love" and "Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead Mrs. Kolb also sang three solos: "The Sweetest Story Ever Promise Me" and "The Lord's Miss Ada Schrock, sister of the groom, gave a reading, "Do You and Darrel Otto responded with "A Man's In spite of heavy rains at the time set for the wedding, a very large crowd attended the service. Afterwards, a reception for about a hundred guests was held at the home of the bride. Friends from a distance who attended the wedding and reception included Mr.

and Mrs. W. J. Schrock, Almyra, Arkansas; Wilma and Owen Swartzendruber, Wellman, Iowa; Kathryn Unruh, Hillsboro, Kansas; Alta Schrock, Goshen, Indiana; Mr. and Mrs.

Melchoir Kolb, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kolb and sons, Robert and Johnny, all of Accident, Miss Frances Burkholder, Denbeigh, and Miss Phoebe Branner, Broadway, Va.

The bride is a graduate of the Junior College course of Eastern Mennonite College, at Harrisonburg, Va. For the past two years. she has been a valued clerk and office girl at F. W. Bender's store in Springs.

The bridegroom is employed by Miller Brothers' Garage in Springs. Both young persons are held in very high esteem their community. After a honeymoon trip through the New England states, they will make their home in Springs. SCHROCK -HAY Miss Dorothy Schrock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Floyd Schrock of Somerset, R. D. 3, and Gordon Hay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hay of Berlin, were married in Trinity Lutheran Church in Cumberland, Wednesday evening, August 18.

The Rev. Philip double- Priester officiated, using the ceremony. Bridal music was givby Mrs. Paul Will. Members of the immediate families and al few friends were in attendance.

The bride wore a grey gabardine suit with matching hat and black accessories. Her corsage was an orchid. Mrs. Hay is a graduate of Somerset high school and is employed as cashier at Newberry's store in Somerset. Mr.

Hay, a graduate of is an apprentice carpenter. The happy couple enjoyed a honeymoon in Virginia and will reside Somerset. BEECH-FARBER Miss Louise, Winona Beech and Pvt. William Farber were unitled in marriage in a single ring ceremony performed by the Rev. P.

K. Lambert at his home in Elkton, August 20 at 7 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.

Beech of Berlin. She a graduate of and is employed in the Martin Aircraft plant in Baltimore as Pvt. Farber is a son Mrs. Ross Farber of Macdonaldton and attended He is staat Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. The bride was lovely in a streetlength dress of blue with white and pink accessories.

Her corsage was of white roses. Miss Virginia Bender was maid of honor. She wore a street-length dress of black and white with black and white accessories. Robert Sekerak, also of Aberdeen, served as best man. The happy couple will reside in Baltimore.

LLEWELLYN-KABINA At a beautiful, sunrise wedding, Sunday, 22, Miss Anne Llewellyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Llewellyn of Berlin, became the bride of Pfc. Earnest F. Kabina, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Steven Kabina of Macdonaldton in St. Evangelical and Reformed Church, Cumberland, Md. The Rev. Karl H.

Klapp performed the ceremony. Mrs. Barbara Weyant, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Ernest Weyant served as best man. Guests included members of the immediate familics. The bride was lovely in a suit of navy with hat and accessories to match.

Her corsage was of white rosebuds. The matron of honor wore a corsage of pink roses and the mothers of both bride and bridegroom wore corsages of yellow roses. Mrs. Kabina is a graduate of North Belle Vernon high school and of California State Teachers College. She taught liberal arts in Bridgeport, 0., high school for two years.

Pfc. Kabina is a graduate of B.H.S. He A served two years with the U. S. Army in the South Pacific in World War II.

He reenlisted and is with the Army Engineers at Camp Belvoir, Va. Registration for Selective Service The Presidential Proclamation of 1948 sets forth a schedule' of registration under the Selective Service Act of 1948 for men between the ages of 18 and 26. Local Board No. 156 has been appointed to register for Somerset County. Registration places will be provided in located in: Berlin, Boswell, Davidsville, Meyersdale, Rockwood, Salisbury, ShadeCairnbrook, Somerset Somerset Township, Stonycreek, Wellersburg and Windber.

Each registration place will be open between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The schedule of registration for the coming week is as follows: August 30-men born in 1922, after August 30, 1922 August 31--men born in 1923 September 1 and 2-men born in 1924 Social Notes Corn and Wiener Roast Hosttesses--Misses Nelda Schrock and Eleanor Sweitzer were joint hostesses to a corn and wiener roast at the latter's picnic grove, Wednesday evening, August 18. The evening was spent playing games, roasting wieners and toasting marshmallows. The following persons were present: Betty Phillips, Grace Emma Gene Sweitzer, Phyllis Broeseker, Jane Frazier, Ada Myers, Gene Waiters, Clark Darr, Harold Werner, Joe Glessner, Jack Dickey, Dee Glessner, Clarence Firestone, Bud Beal, Robert Sweitzer.

Shower for Newly-Weds-Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Snyder of wood gave a shower for Mr. and Mrs.

George Augustine. Mrs. Augustine was the former Clara Snyder, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C.

Snyder of Rockwood R. D. Those present were Mr. and H. W.

Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Snyder, Rockwood; Mrs. Etta Bopp, Millvale; Mr. and Mrs.

William Caton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder, Mr. Mrs. Harry Mosholder, and Mrs.

Roy C. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sanner, Mr. and Mrs.

Harry Sanner, Rockwood; Mr. and Mrs. John Augustine, Meyersdale; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fox, Mr.

and Mrs. Webster Schafer, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schafer, Mr. and Mrs.

Richard Sanner, C. C. Schafer, Garrett; Mr. and Mrs. Ray E.

Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. I Gould Schrock, Markleton; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bittner, Mr.

and Mrs. Hubert Schrock, Mr. and Mrs. DalKlink, Mr. and Mrs.

Earl Snyder, E. C. Snyder, Rockwood; Anna Estnick, Somerset; Elaine Ferrell, Victoria Augustine, Junior Snyder, Margarett Caton, Nelda Shirley Snyder, Patricia and William Mosholder, Dorothy, Jean, Carol and Ronnie Snyder, Dalton Hoover, Merle and McQue Sanner, Stella and Doris Snyder, Shirley, Homer, Kenneth and Robert Fox, George and Freddie Schrock, Nancy, Ethel Mae and Joyce Bittner, Marlene Schrock, Pauline, Louise, Reid, Edward Klink, James Schardt, Ralph Snyder, Dale and Devon Schafer, Charley Sanner, Clarence Snyder, Paul Schrock, Ben Augustine, Edmond Sanner, Rayford Schrock and Arthur McClellic. Oesters Supply Truck-Load of Fun- A group of 48 left Sunday morning in Charles Oester's truck for a day's outing a picnic lat the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Luther Wedge, nine miles beyond Uncontown. They had with them wellfilled baskets. The day was lovely and all had a jolly time. Besides Mr. and Mrs.

Oester, those who went were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Beal, Mr.

and Mrs. Howard Speicher, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Speicher, Mrs. Mahlon Pugh, Ada and Dannie Pugh, Mr.

and Mrs. Ralph Gerhart son, Mrs. Richard Lindeman and family, Mrs. Hazel Arnold and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Beal and daughter Mary and son Charles, Russel Weimer, Mrs. Ray flarding and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker, Mabel Baker of Boynton, Abe Shumaker Boswell, Mr. and Mrs.

Alva Bittner, Mrs. Allen Tuberville and daughter of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Lindeman and children of Maryland, Mrs. Addie Swearman and Mr. and Mrs.

Zony Darrell. Keidel Reunion Big Affair--More than a hundred members of the Keidel clan gathered for a reunion and picnic Sunday, August 22, at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hay in Brothersvalley township. Tables were spread on the spacious lawn of the Hay home for the noon meal, and fairly groaned' beneath the weight of the many and varied fine foods.

Among the features of the day was a soft ball game, heartily entered into by the contestants, and requiring the careful decision of the umpire, Albert Drees, a veteran ball player. The climax of day was a vocal concert by "Kinsmen," all memthe bers of the clan, whose singing was greatly enjoyed. The Keidel ancestors were born and reared in Germany. Two sons, William and Conrad, and two daughters, Anna and Catherine came to America many years ago. All married and settled down in Meyersdale and vicinity, proud to become real, honest American citizens, and all reared large families.

William located in Meyersdale; Conrad, in Northampton Anna married Casper Drees and settled near Finzel, Md. Catherine married Ernest Braeseker and located first in Meyersdale and later moved to Brothersvalley where they years. Among the descendants of these four who attended reunion Sunday were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Drees and children, Mr.

and Mrs. Anthony Drees and children, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Drees, Mrs. Henry Drees and daughter, Mr.

and Mrs. Ray Fike The young couple, are spending their honeymoon Washington, D. C. land and children, Mrs. Mrs.

Arthur Minnie Clark, Bolden children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnold and children. Mr. and Mrs.

Harvey Miller and children, Bobbie Burdock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keidel, Rev. and Mrs. Glen Keidel and son, Mr.

and Mrs. I Keidel and son, Mr. and Alberto Nellie Robert Keidel Keidel and children, Mrs. and son, Charles Keidel and daughters. Mrs.

Annie Ackerman, Mrs. Rose Butler, Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and children, Mr. and Mrs.

James McKenzie and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Mauk and children, Mr.

and Mrs. Jonas Dively, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crowe, Mr. and Mrs.

Paul Werner family, Mr. and Mrs. James Hummel, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Braeseker, Mr.

and Mrs. William Braeseker and son, Mr. and Mrs. Don Buckman and children, Mr. and Mrs.

Carl Braeseker and children, Mrs. Hilda Deeter and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hay, Mr. and Mrs.

Donald Hay and daughter, and Mrs. Carl Hay and son, and Mr. Mrs. John Hay and daughter, Misses Mary Dickey and Bess Hawkins. Spend Weekend Camping--The members of the Omega Delta Club, chaperoned by Mr.

and Mrs. Albert Saylor, spent the weekend camping near Glencoe. The girls enjoyed the outdoor life very much. On Sunday the following guests visited the camp: C. E.

Steinman, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bell, of Baltimore, Mr.

and Mrs. Ross Kreger, Mrs. Campbell Patch children, Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan of Johnstown.

The club girls are Janet Susser, Alice Horning, Ella Hillegas, Lydia Wenzel, Mary Ann. Saylor, Carolyn Miller and Shirley Schardt. Little Susie Saylor also accompanied her parents on the trip. Class Picnic at Long's--The Kathryn Von Borah Class of Zion Lutheran Church held their annual picnic. August 18, at the home of Mrs.

James Long at Glade City. Class members and guests enjoyed the evening on the spacious lawn. After the regular business meeting of the month and the social hour the meeting closed with the singing of favorite hymns. V.F.W. Auxiliary Meeting -At the regular monthly meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to John C.

Tressler Post 3504, V. F. Monday evening, August 23, plans were completed for the food and rummage sale to be held Saturday, August 28. Mrs. Mae Burkholder is chairman.

Mrs. Margaret Witt, president, presided over the opening services, assisted by Chaplain Sarah Murphy and conductress Fanny Snyder. Mrs. Lena Hilner was musician, and Mae Stahl acted as I patriotic instructor. Mrs.

Mae Stahl gave a report of the V. F. W. County Council which met in Windber, August Other members who attended were Mrs. Ethel Meyers, Laura Lindeman and Fanny Snyder.

First Society of Farm Sept. 1. Manhattan island contains 22.24 square miles. The Island of Cuba contains 634 square miles. Faro gambling was introduced into France in 1674.

Where carbide is present in iron it is hard and brittle. Society of Farm Women was held in the social rooms of the Lutheran Church at Berlin with Mrs. Cordie Dickey as hostess. Rev. and Mrs.

Nagle and Miss Muhlenburg delightfully entertained. Rev. Nagle reviewed the book "Nonsense" "Are you superstitious? If so, you have been misinformed." Mrs. C. C.

Heckle will be hostess at Hollywood Inn, Wednesday, Local Man Injured In Mine Accident Walter Albright, 42, Meyersdale R. D. 3, was injured in a mine accident yesterday morning. While spragging cars at the George Rillton mine near Glade City, one car jumped the track and caught his right leg between the car bumper and track. He was taken to the Hazel Mc.

Gilvery Hospital where X-ray dis. closed that his leg was fractured, and is being retained there for treatment. The Bank of the United States was established in Philadelphia in WATCH THIS SPACE For Important Announcements On TELEVISION We are television and FM headquarters for Somerset All inquiries promptly answered. I Leo's Radio Service Radio FM Television Sales and Service 34-40 Broadway, Meyersdale Phone 319-R-319-J Meyersdale's Show Place Deluxe THEATRE Aug. 27-28 "The Hawk of Powder River" -WithEddie Dean Roscoe Ates Jennifer Holt Past Midnight" -WithKent Taylor Peggy Knudson -AlsoChapt.

14 "Dick Tracy Returns" Adm. 35c-12c Sat. Mat. 25c-12c Aug. 30-31 "Feudin', Fussin' and A-Fightin'" -WithDonald O'Connor Majorie Main Percy Kilbride, A sure-fire laugh combination.

Admission 35c-12c Sept. 1-2 "The Iron Curtain" -With Dana Andrews Gene Tierney It's gripping -It's fear -inspiring! Are the atom bomb secrets safe? Admission 35c-12c Sept. 3-4 Roy Rogers and "Trigger" Western Stars" Live Again" -WithJohn Emery Diana Douglas And "Rags" -AlsoChapt. 15 "Dick Tracy Returns" Adm. 35c-12c Sat.

Mat. 25c-12c My Regards to Broadway" JOHN H. COVER INSURANCE PHONE 55 MEYERSDALE, PA. Workmen's Compensation Fire Burglary Auto Liability Accident and Health INSURANCE THAT SECURES Mighty handy to have around when it "rains." save in the friendly Second National Bank Meyersdale, Pennsylvania Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

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