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Plume I(i(l(l for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, MAY 2fi, 19-17 FIVE I'olomar Slate To Graduate 91 Filial . «|JI\ : •l\:iiii* lit- !i)iniiii'iicciiiriil Ivv ••ifi-s On June 9 KIV.SM ri'larial: Virginia Lcnuni Bean,! '»'• r i' ,„,,„ Bonny June Bishop, Betty Jane •*•*"'"«"'•'' Oartrr, Mennic Carline Cogar, John Ward Uaught'i-ty, Jr., William Lee! Fnzcubitkcr, Edna Joan Ferrcll, Wil- ihun Lee Gardner, William Million ; Goldsborough. Jr.. Ellgio Domeniek ill Thill's- C'liuulo, Betty Leu Hawse, Mary Ann Helni'lch, Gerald Robert Hollen. KcimeUi Albert Martin, Richard Carson McCulloii(.;h, Cornelia Nt-xsi'lrodl, Klchard Camp Punish, Norma Loo Orndoi'll, Janet o! j!;'-mi,«-:s i; II Ii!M>MIl< I'd I.!' Kef (.>!'.ulna: mi \V Va.. May l!li 1 •nun ,s listed lor i '. »mnc yialf .Sl'hool us !!»• Class nl 1W were :<HJ,iy by Dean K -i . i- 1 r '"l llr ' I3l ' u >' Linn Piirlnl.iin, H-I.T.S will !).• hi-lil i, anil the CIIMI- !• ' . ' ' n:ri;: ;ui(;rr:.;. will br (Irllvrr- t ir. JJi. Ciriald Wrndt, editorial »:.:ii!nr til oi-H-iiiT Illu.M rated, .r. peak on Ihe (home "Fat-ill!; '.vi!l A;:i- d.f , June H. at H p. in.. In ll'c K.Miiiia.Miiin, Re\. William 11. |iii:tor nl Davis Memorial l.:<-ach Ii. .-in. >; 8 30 b- c b A the Church, lilkins, inmial uraduation ;al exa.'iunation.s will bc^in al a. in. Uus Thursday an:l will mpleted Ihe aftermxin of June l phyMcal education woik a/id Inc social calendar lor tile c-Ms- -.;• wi-ek. 1 . o! Potomac: State follow. Tomorrow. 7 p. m.. Sigma Pni unreal <nnncr, Davis Mall; Wednes- .iy. 8:lj p. in. Spring concert, :i:!i M-inml auditornini; Wednes.*-.. J-iii'- 4. H:]Ti p. m , music, reci- . .lime ft, II: Hi p. Ii: .s.jifi-i; HIM! IM.i'.ei:* Burden 1'n::. 1 . ','••' -.-nil-lit .. !i,nne. mil! i):Ul) |). E. . iii'l. Hai leri;,il. college Students. Sir'.iix.a'.. June 7. H.KO p. m., ples- 1 :'•::• s and dean's inception lor p:iuii;.tte> and laucuKy; Sunday ancl Mo::ua>. June 8 and U. annual ser- 11. ;:i anci graduation exercise; and M'im.ay. 12:30. luncheon for graduates and sneir parents. Dav'.s Hall. ! graduates follows: LcrKov I'aiil Hanlia.i v MvCroskcy. 'Thomas . Jane Ruth, Juanlta .[Catherine Holruck, Ruth Hartman Roii/.ec, (ilcnclon Skldmore. Hnselcah Etta Snyclcr. Marlon Yvcnnc Tcnney. Olive Rehec<:a- Alliiiun. Home Ecoiiomlcs: Madollne Brn- nelt. Leah Ruth Hisho|), Mary Ar- ijyldlne Nuce, Jean Cooper Showalter. Medical Secretarial: Frances Elizabeth Fleck, Louclla Linwood Plt- senbergcr, Lorna Mae Stewart, Nora ICllen Mosser. Medical Technology: Jean Marie Hess, Jacquclyn Nel'l' Luniin, Elva Mc- Jean Roberts, Winifred Mae Closkey. Pre-Dental: William Eugene Coff- miin, Clemin Edward Montgomery, Jr. Pre-Educatlon: Howard Russell Ann Colabresc, Lloyd Dorscy, Barbara Durst, Dorores Gail Elrick, Mary Lea Hahn. Norma Lee Hannas, Mask Maupin Harwoocl, Joanna Hlbbs, Delaine Estclle Lipscomb, Miriam William Lorraine Lipscomb, Lloyd Montgomery, Jr., Betty The A".": V. :.); M.-D. A: ' list eulf.irc Harvey ii Stuo Gean Schaeffer. Doris Vivian Sehartlgcr. Charles Edwnrct Sca- miin. Mildred Hornice, Sites, Ml- chnel Yewclc. I'rc-Lmv: Simeon Miller Bright, .Jr.. Cyril Joseph Lal'I'ey, Loretta James Finclley, Thomas Albert PlM.l'1'K. Prc-Medlcal: William Henry I-Iar- riman. James H. Rogers, Jr., William Roger Wolverton. Pro-Nursing: Helen Louise Beckman, Barbara Elizabeth Parmesano and Alberta Ruth Weimer. Harvey Hudkins has returned af- Icr spending the weekend at his and Kairl Snvdi-r ""I 1 ,"' '" P"»iPP'. W. Va The Young Adult fellowship nid Sciences: Paul Ilec- b* •: t Ar:..-.. Ralph Osmondc Bar- ::;r.. Thcrr.a.s Ku-haixi BnMi-y. Jr.. J>>:ir.!-.-. Kii.iM- Ka/cnbakiT. Vcrnou (:•"::>: <.;:i:;:i. Jaci: Qucllt 111 Heat h. }--..:::-es <-;i,< nnamr Johnson. Kll- n • •: Ma::c Riser. Robert Kimnett M C'.:ce-.>. Kthel Ann McGuire. \V:.;-..i:r, Lnwndcs MoLiiuglilin, Joan> Powell. Benjamin Reed, BV-.HT Rouzee. Hilda Frieda Schmier.i Sv/phcn Alexander Welton. Sheila M.i:ware: Wjldeniiinn. Paula Eliza-, b<-':', Williams. ! ' ',;-in<"> Administration and Ciracc Church meet at ol' the The Ladies B. and "O. Club will meet this evtning at 8 o'clock a I Ihe homo of Mrs. T. H. Alkire. Patienl.s at pltal include Westernport; Potomac Valley Hos- Mrs. Gladys Bray, Mrs. Thelma Rosier, Piedmont Store Damaged By Fire [><lli< Start IVol»e Of lila/c Ncil Of liHTii<liiu y TRI -TOWNS, May 2(i— Police nl. Piedmont are invu-stlgatlng the origin ol' a lire which caused approximately $1.000 damage early yesterday morning to supplies in a small storeroom ol the .Acme .furniture Company, Ashllelcl Street. Firemen said the bla/.e was discovered shortly alter midnight mid extinguished before main store room. Company Piedmont, and Tri -Towns Fire Company, Wcsternport, answer- Tri-State Obituary Charles iS. IJarrow FROSTBURG, May 2li.—Charles B. Durrow, 81, tiled early last night nl the liomc ol' hl.s son. James K. Darrow, <lf> North Water Streel, where he lived the past li! yenrs. He had been In falling health six weeks. Born in Cumberland, Mr. Dari'ow resided at Brady's Station as a he had been young' man. Since IDIil a coal in.spcctor and wcljihmastur In the Goorge'.s Crnuk region. De- 1 midnight iincl fore that time, he worked as a rall- Jt reaclicd tin; roaclcr. Fotomac Fire Also surviving' are two other sons, C. Ralph and William L. Darrow. both of Cumberland; a daughter, cd the call. Mr.s. Mnr.v Gregg Lord, Clinton, N. Ann Kcllcy, Luke, manager |J., and nine grandchildren. I-lls of the store, reported today that I wife, the former Bessie. Ellen Low- ciermilk, Cumberland, died in 1935. The body is at the Durst Funeral there was some evidence to indicate the fire had been set outside the .store room. iParlors where services will be held Police, who estimated the damage, Wednesday at 2 p. m. G. Roy Hctiricrshol HYNDMAN, Pa., May 26. said the entire .stock kept in room was a total loss, and added firemen of the two companies worked for 20 minutes to bring the blaze under control and prevent it from spreading to other sections o! the building. Piedmont police said the origin ot the fire is being investigated, but declared "no one is under .suspicion at the present time." They declined to state what evidence brought about 1jic investigation. llninvimllii'i's Name Delegates Mr.s. Martha and Mrs. Mildred Bi'ode wore selected tli'lrgntes by the Wcsternport Homcmakers Club at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Harris, Greene's Addition, Westernport, to attend the Rural Women's Short Course at the University of Maryland, College Park, in June. Mrs. Harris, clothing- chairman, discussed patterns and materials. Clothing made by members was exhibited. Funeral services for G. V. Roy Hendcr- shot, 59, veteran of World War I, who died Saturday morning at hl.s home in Buck Valley, will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. in the Mormon Church there interment Miss Maude Benn, Cumberland, county home demonstration agent, made announcements ol activities of the county organization in the near future. Accident Victim Leaves Hospital Mr.s. Henrietta Kaxlo, Oakviow Drive, Wcbternport. a patient in the Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, since May 8 with a fractured skull, . . „ ,. is at the home of her parents, Mr. Keyser; Lewis Vincent, Dawson, and and Mrs charles A . 'peyton! 305 Mr Hartman, Romney. and Mrs. J. W. Lambert have OutCome CORNS Thu inntant you apply I>r.Scholl"» •/.>no- Tilda, [mm- fuJ iiboA f nc l ton •lop*. J'fcwur* corn* or »r>r« ttt Cot«t but a trifle, Oft a toi today! D?Scholls lino-pads returned from a visit of several weeks in Hollywood, Florida. Mr.s. Janet Gcoghcgan hns returned to her home in Clifton, N. J.. after visiting her son and daugh- Icr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Gco- Khegan. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Huffman ancl Mr. ancl Mrs. Neft' Weimer .spent Ihe weekend In Hollins. Va., where they visited Mrs. William MacDon- iind. a former resident of Keyser. The A. T. G. Club will meet this evening at the home of Mr.s. Joseph Taylor. 54 Davis street, at B o'clock. Jack Lotspeich ha.s returned to his home on South Main Street from Memorial Hospital. Cumberland, where he underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur "Swede" Wells and daughter. Dinah Sue, have moved into their new home on ' N'ew Creek Drive. Peyton, Walnut Street, Westernport. Mrs. Kazlo was enroute to Mar- tinsbtirg, W. Va., to visit her husband, Orvel Kazlo, a patient in the Newton D. Baker Hospital when she fell from the car in which she was riding. She had become ill and leaned forward to open the door to get more air. Her husband, who was critically ill, has improved. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Hobos, Grafton, W. Va., announce the birth of a daughter in City Hospital there last Wednesday. Mrs. Hobbs is the former Norma F. Dayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dayton, 217 Vine Street, Westernport. The baby has been named Frances Lynn. The Young Ladies Bible Class of Trinity Methodist Church will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the iiome of Mrs. Harry K. Drane East Hampshire' Street, Piedmont. in Buck Valley Methodist Church Cemetery. Mr. Hcndeivshot was gassed while serving in France with the Army. He was born in" Buck Valley, a son of the late Charles and Wllhe.lmlnii MJebner) llender.shot. He belonged to Webster B. Harris Post, American Legion, and the Veterans ol Foreign Wars, Buck Valley. Surviving are three brothers, Jackson, Harry and Charles Hcn- clershot, all of Buck Valley, and five sisters, Mrs. Clara Schriver, Cumberland, Md.; Mrs. Mary Davis, Mrs. Annabelle Norris and Mrs. Emma Spade, all of Buck Valley, ancl Mr.s. Lydia Shank, Johnstown. Mrs. Harvey .1. Hileman FROSTBUKG, May 26. -- Mr.s. Sadie Hileman, 75, wife of J. Hileman. died yesterday morning at her home, 113 McCulloh Street, after a week's illness. She was a native of Frostburg and a daughter of the laic William and Sarah (.Shaffer* Noel. Mrs. Hileman. who had been in failing health since last October, was a member of First Methodist Church; Mountain Chapter No. 15, Order of the Eastern Star, and Retaekah Lodge, I.O.O.F. In addition to her husband, she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Julia M. Rephann, Eckhart; three sons, William Hileman, Prescolt, Am.; Melvin Hileman, Frostburg, and John Hileman, Pittsburgh; a sister, Mrs. Minnie R. Lewis, Akron; a brother, Robert T. Noel, former, police licn- tenant of Baltimore, and nine grandchildren. Last rites will be conducted Wed- Mniw/ivld Graduation Held In Hardy Schools lM<»>rcfi«'M, till- iiiul IVlnlliiiiH Ilifili SHiool* HJIVI; Ivxi'rriwcs MOOREPIELD, W. Va., May L'fi— The senior sermon service for the Moorelleld High School was held In Uiilloy Memorial "Methodist Church with the Rev. Charles Ker- nnn. pastor of the Prcsbylerlun Church, delivering Ihc sermon. Class Night, exercises were held in Ihc high school auditorium a recent evening. The program opened with a song the Senior Class. Miss Judy McWhorter, president of the Seniors, made the presentation of the keys to the Junior class, and they were accepted by Miss Mary Jo Mllcy, president of the Juniors, alter which the Juniors sang their class song. Miss Alice Hose gave the history of the .Senior class, and Miss Patricia Vance presented the alphabet. Misses Leona Evans and Frances Thomas read the class will: Miss Minnie Jo Burch and Charles Vance presented gifts to the graduates and members of Ihe faculty, and Miss Mildred Carr gave the class prophecy. Bronze miniature football awards were presented to John Halterman. Jack Hartman, Robert Keller, Dwight _Kcssel, Junior Riggleman, Roy Pink, Wallace Sherman, Don Smith and Peter Vnncc; mid bron/.e bnsketball awards lo Misses Hotly Jean Crltes, Leona livansr Benin!) Flynn, Betty McNclll, Vnllle Scaell and Mildred Carr by Coach Jonathan Faugh and E. B. Simmons. The prog-rum closed with a farewell song by the Seniors. The annual commencement was held. Wednesday evening in the high school auditorium. Mrs. John T. St. Claire played the processional, and Capt. Milton Austin offered the invocation. Miss Leona Evans clclivcrcd the High 'School Miss Bertha salutatory, and the Trio, composed of Kemp, Bobby Anne Stickley and Helen Grover, present- cd special music. Dr. William John Scarborough, president of Three <lonlrsl* SchrihiltMl '1'lxniitis In Louuconiiiju; Loop Tmhiy.JJ |]j J Or ir cllltZC(l By 1'oslmaslers Eight contests are .on tap in the LoiHieoning Softball League this week, with three of the tussles listed for tills evening. The Firemen cn- THOMAS. W. gage the Boo Hoos, Veterans of For- jneeiiiiK of |X)stmast I'lgn Win's tussle with the Republi- 'county called by Mrs. cnn Club, and Pekln's M. P.'s meet man, po.slnia.slcr at May -Jti •r~ lit '[iu Mvnlc Bin Parson-. ' Officers Named By School G roup PROSTBURG, May 2(i—The Hill Street School Parent-Tencher Association lias elected Mrs. Maurice Nellson president; Mrs. Dorothy Custcr. vlcc-presldenl; Mrs. Llcwella Carder, secretary anci Mrs. Catherine Plummer, treasurer, Mrs. Eleanor Martens, retiring 1 meeting American Legion, the BOD president, conducted installation ex-1 HODS playing Pckln nncl I ho Flre- crcises at a recent meeting. Imcn entertaining the Republicans idcnt o f u lc organization, Jnlin B-<Mrs. Mary J. Rank, former prin- [Charleston plays host to Mickey's ; | llsM)n( ._ O j Albert, vice piT-lrT.t; clpal of the school, commended the.and the Legion tangles with the _y lr rty ;in O r iii'iulrlek.-. si-creta: •' Association for Us contribution to- Vets in Thursday contests. , llu j f) c stempli-. ol Thonia.-, Cullicriiuin Wins \^^^^:^^ ( '/"*/ ' l^filf r Pill«> oi'ams for monthly meetings. j\j\j V»OII. A Hit- All irastmasters in thu- vi.-ir.i'v i who were not present a; the m*""' Charles L. "Bill" Cnthcrmiui is "'8 w"l he notified of the next Ihc 11)47 champion of the menV mcc t'nB and urged to attend. I:-.« spring handicap golf tournament at advisability of inviting all clai-.o t.hc Cumberland Country Club. de-:"«d employes of thp postal icrv — Mickey's In a battle for the Jix>)>' hi'hl In the Woman's Chit) leadership. ; ln the Miners and M"rcha:U.^ Tomorrow's card finds Charleston Building hero Friday night to a county-wide organization Mrs. Blackmail wa^ elot.;ec ward the progress of elementary education. Mrs'. Ell/.ataeth Arnold, read an eulogy for Bessie Gehauf, member of the faculty who died recently. Plans for the annual picnic for the children were made. Hold Wiener Roast The Intermediate Training Union of First Baptist Church entertained with a wiener roast at Pincy Woods a recent evening following a hike to the site. Those attending were Ell_en Morgan, Kathleen Filsinger, Mary Virginia Wiebrecht, Nona Miller, Virginia. Lee Recs. Betty Ward, Barbara Rupp, Neva Geary, James Dawson, David Adams, Glenn Lewis, Jack Fatkin, Joseph Connors, Leon Connors, Eddie Crosby, William Thomas, Mr. and Mr.s. J. T. Rankin and Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Walters. Cliurvli Site Purchased The congregation of Bible. Hall, Assembly of God Church, this city, affiliated with the Genernl Council of the Assemblies of tiod. iSprlng- llelcl, Muss., has \iurcluiscd a lot at the corner of Maple and Stover Streets from Mr.s. Leslie Hcn:l'<"'. The lot. 52 by 150 1'cet, will be the site for a church building, to bo feating Clifton Van Roby yesterday in the finals during- a driving rain. The score was 5 and 4. At the end of the 18 holes in the :"«l :'" county to become members wll! be discussed. Tho purpose of the organisation is '" ' -n:ll 'le postmasters of the vi- on cl "»y t° become better acquaint.-:! «''»' k together in solv:;:* (o morning Cathcrman was two up Ills rival, posting a 75 to Roby's 77. When the match ended on the Mth Pi'»u'pms of the postal service, hole of the afternoon round Cat nor-; Brief Mention man was two over par and Roby Robert Stemple. employed in Par lour. :kersburx r . W. Vn.. visited hts par George GarllU advanced to the'cnls, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stemplc finals of the second flight by do-! Mrs. Mario Chenoweth ar.d riaiish feating John Loud, 7 and 6. Ben- ti'iv Joyce Mario, were visitors :; Jamln Wright, will play Harry' Elklns. Willie, who eliminated Moriinn C Miss hrr erected in group has the near future. held services in The the Junior Order Hall. Broadway, a number of years, and will continue to use present facilities until the new Building- is erected. No definite construction plans have been approved. Rev. Kent M Cumberland, serves as pastor. Personal and General Mrs. Harry Groves. West Harris Saturday, '.\ and 1 In an eighth flight match. Prank MH/.III- Murtlrv clofeuted Joseph Wutkin.s, <i and 5. The winner will play A. C Bright In a seml-finnl match. Harry White won the regiilin weekend tournament at the club. Thorosa Ma.'iti.s. who v'..-i.- roiii--. Mr. and Mis A . returned to Wn.xlimgton. Ml. MT. SAVACiE. May 26 e . , . Thirteen partlcmated. John Creegan i Veterans ol Foreign Wars. Old R.ul and Frank Martin won special :p .° c No - 6 , 025 - wl!1 Present a motion prizes for making drives closest to.P |ct V r . e ' ," Joos ^oy." this evening n; 9 o clock m the Veterans' so<::.U center. The picture is centered around the VFW orphans' home :n Katon Rapids. Mich. There will not be any adrm.-Miin Circuit's Uiiipir<-Iii-Cliiof elm '- e and at! ' !lls as * l ' 1! •->--• -'- l; • agers are welcome to attend. the flags on par three holes—Nos. 10 and 12. CONCORD. N. H.. May 26. Main W<vsi Street, is visiting- her son-in-law andjHnrry Rudolph of Wilkes-Barre. Pa. Virginia Weslcyan College Buck-i clftughter, Mr. ancl Mrs. Norman ihns been sigucci as umpire in chief hnnnon, delivered the address, after JHildreth. Detroit, which the trio sang another selcc-j Bernard Byrnes. Jr., Eckhnrt, is lion. lout following a major operation in Coimtv Superintendent R. S. Dis-' Mlncr5 ' Hospital. ' Morgan Ball, Long- Island, N. Y.. panet presented diplomas to the following: Edna Wrightaleen Barbe, Melvin of the Class B Tri-Statc League. President C. Mauley Llewellyn announced today. Three other new umpires—L. S. Imborden of Reading. Dick Kirsch [a former resident, spent the yveek- end with relatives here. I Mrs. M. M. Ward, Linden Street, Look, Arthur Halterman, Ila Louise Bensenhaver, Minnie Jo Burch, Mildred Catherine Carr, Betty Jean Crites, Leona Eloise Evans, Beulah Belle Flynn, Elizabeth Ann Funkhouser, Mortimer Williams Gamble IV. Frances Rebecca Halterman, John Paul Halterman, Jack Marstiller Hartman. Alice May Hose, Mary Frances Johnson, .Robert A. ncsday at 2:30 p. nr at the residence. | Kc u € r, William Francis Kelly, " Dwight Oren Kesscl, Helen L. Kin; FRESH AS SPRING " That's what you'll rind when .you visit our Prod live Department. Larger ituxirtrncnt'i nt hrljrht, criop, trcsh friilU and vcectablex, at niojit attrnvtlve prices, will make your visit a most profit- Fancy Slicing TOMATOES - 25 New Calif. Potatoes Fancy Sunbist Calif. Lemons Sweet, Juicy 10 ^ 55c Slie do/.. 29c Crisp Tender Bunch Carrots 2 iH'llS. 15c Extra Fancy Western Winesap Apples 2 Ihs. Florida Oranges: 49 CREAM WHITE Pure, Digestable Vegetable Shortening 3-lb. Cream of Tom, Soup " Post Bran Flakes Bisquick Matches A ^ r ,| fchew Pure Egg Noodles 20-cu. In. bin C.nhl Sr.a I 12-oz. pkc. 2!c Me 26c 29c He CREAMY, CHEWY SENATOR CARAMELS LB ONLY 35 Stronghcnrt 3SCO Fancy Sweet Peas Keyko Margarine Dog & Cat Food Grape Nut Flakes Duz or Oxydol prinr. Swift's Bland GUARANTEED TO PLEASE A rpptitiitin »ur«- of i-nt that ha** hct-n hiiill up over yearn of ronsiislont ilcpentlubic quality. Von are always tclc HatiHfaction tvhf>n you purc!iase ACMK ftlcat.**. Cooked, Ready-to-E&t PICNICS 1*00 K ED HAMS SMOKED Pencils Hams tS' FRYING CHICKENS Ready- lo-Iat Whole or Shank Half 10 to 14-lb. Average 83c | C^inped Ready- io-Serve Fresh KiJ'ed Equn! to 10-lb. Dressed Ch'cVen Cold Cuts V;:,' 1 49c Skinless Wieners ' 45c ,. , .. I'KICES EFFECTIVE Burial will be in Allcgany Cemetery. Mrs. Claude Morrison FROSTBORG, May 28. — Mrs. Claude Morrison, sister of Mrs. Watson E. Hollcy, died ycslcrdny In Laurel, Md. Mrs. Holley and her husband, pastor of First Methodist Church, will leave tomorrow to attend the funeral Wednesday at 11 a. m. in Laurel. Billner Services MT. SAVAGE, May 26.—A requiem mass for Mrs. Margaret Lucy Bittner, 59, wife of Garfleld Bittner, Wcllersbiirg, Pa., who died last Tuesday in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, was celebrated Saturday morning in St. Patrick's Catholic Church here by Rev. Michael S. Smyth, pastor. Burial was in Temple Cemetery near Meyersdalc, Pa. Pallbearers were Gilbert O'Baker, Elmer Petenbrink, Robert Witt, William Fleet, Hurry Purbaugh and Wilbcrt Michaels. Among- those attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blank and daughter, Miss Leona Blank, Johnstown, Pa., ancl Mrs. Henry Traris, Akron. McConnell Rites BARTON, May 26 — Rites for Lawrence McConnell, 7-0, who was found dead last Friday at his residence on Temperance Street, were held yesterday afternoon in the Boal Cumberland. James Engie is home from Columbia University, New York, having completed studies for his master's degree. Mrs. Frederick Garner and Miss Rita Dclaney. Washington spent: sional footbllll i,/ 1947 the weekend with their aunt, Miss] Katie Jack, Broadway. Tile Rev. Dominic A. Bonomo, former assistant pastor of St. Michael's Kite. Rebecca Judy Me- Catholic church, Chaplain in the ngers The Veterans of Foroisn Wars -J:'.! sponsor a dance tomorrow nisi-.-; with music by Gross' So'.owx Trio. Another VF\V c:\nco Wrdr.e-- day night yvill have music by Diplomat.-. Attending the itincra! of M:---. Angela Reagan Friday 111 Mrs. Sophia Marks. Mrs. James Murphy. Mrs. Walter Kirby and. Thomas McGuire. Baltimore; Patrick McGuirc, Hagcrstou-n; Mr.-'. Barry Stanley, Mr.s. Stanley Bror.- scn, Jack and James Murphy, Mr. and Mr.s. Michael J. Francella ar.d nounced the signing of Bill Gray. Daughter. Michele. Washington. former Oregon State and Southern '' Mr - ; «>d Mrs. Ch.-irlos W. Carr.-v proles- spent the weekend visitinu their K* ; :I and daughter-in-law. Lieut, ar.d Mrs. Carroll Carney. Laurel. Mr. and Mrs'. Frank Blank anil daughter. Miss Leona Blank. Ai-.d Mr.s. Henry Travis Akron, returnr,-; of Cincinnati and" Bill Regan Brooklyn—have also been signed and will report within the next three weeks, Llewellyn said. REDSKINS SIGN GRAY WASHINGTON, May 26 I/I''—The Washington Redskins today California center, to Mrs.. Evans is the former Betty Benson. A daughter was born In Mr. Mrs. Daniel Devlin. Midland, and this Robert L. Orndorff, Charles Junior Riggloman, Roy A. Pink, Janet Elizabeth Rohrbaugh. George Wlllinm Runion, Vallie Arbutus Schel'l, Helen Louise Slier- man, Wallace Jesse Sherman, Mary Frances Sherman, Ramona Louise Funeral Home. Westernport. Rev. Stanley Jewell, pastor of Barton Presbyterian Church, officiated and interment was in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Moscow. Pallbearers were Lee Ross, Harmon Cannon, Joseph Howell, Lloyd Logsdon, Joseph Bradley and Michael Naughton. If Stomach Gas or Sour Food Taste Robs You of Sleep Here's How You May Help, Whether You Eat 500 Pounds or 2000 Pounds of Food In a Year Simmons, Donald Lee Smith, Mae Kathryn Smith, Nellie Susan Smith, Frances Dean Thomas. Charles E. Vance, Patricia Evelyn Vance ancl Virginia Lee Wratchl'ord. High School equivalent diplomas were presented, to Glenn Woodrow Evans, Cnlviu Fltzwater, -Lconnrd Hott, Walter Kuykenclnll and Orvul Riggleman.. Principal John A. Mathias presented the following awards: Miss Edna Barbe, the valedictory award, scholarship medal, a one-year subscription to the Readers' Digest, and the Ball'our award, based on scholarship, loyalty and achievement; Miss Leona Whiter,' 6 BcU.'y"TouTsn "'McNcilT.I Ar "'.v win, recently returned from , , u Mlncrs . Hos , )lln , overseas ancl now on terminal leave. "'""""« mmcis nospiuu. is visiting his brother-in-law and ™ ev - Francis E Montgomery has sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. "!. turnc . c to St Michael s reutory Rartcrty, First Street. ialter attendmg- the funeral William Blocher, West Main Street, continues critically ill. Mrs. Stanley Watson and infant daughter. Katherine Louise, are! visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hawkins, Beall Street. William C. Layman is recovering at his home. 36 Green Street, following a mnjor operation In Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Earl Lavln and 1 n f n n t daughter, 34 Beall Street; Mrs. Andrew Villa and Infant son, West Main Street; Mrs. Alonza Crowe and infant son, Mt. Savage; Mrs. Charles Ware and infant son, Midlothian; Mrs. Arthur Page and infant son, Bowling Green, are home from Miners' Hospital. Mrs. Michael J. Schlavonnc returned to Baltimore following a visit His Excellency, the Most Rev. Mi.hacl J. Curley. D. D., at the Baltimore Cathedral, last week. The Ladies Auxiliary of Frostbur: after attending the funeral of Mr-. Margaret Lucy nit t nor. For Sole !) bv 12 Wolton R,!2. practical'.* now; double barrel shot cun. 2."4 Main Street, \Vesternpon. —Advertisement N-T May 2S-27-23 Fire Department will meet tonight at 7:30 at Firemen's Hall to discuss! plans for the state convention here : next month. ' Mrs. Sarah Porter. Wood Street, i.s a surgical patient at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. I Evans, the salutatory award, scholarship medal and a scholarship j with her mother, Mrs. James Ryan, to Davis and Elkins College; Don Smith, citizenship award ancl the award for being the best all round athlete; Junior Riggleman, the Bausch Lomb award for outstanding work in science and mathematics; Miss Judy McWhorter, journalism award and.American Legion award. Miss Edna Barbe delivered the vale- Wood Street. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E, Evans. Wood Street, announce the birth of a son yesterday at Miners' Hospital. dictory, Rev. J. E. McDonald pronounced the benediction and Mrs j John T. St. Claire played the Re-1 ccssional. ; The other two high schools in i Hardy county also held their com-i mcncemeiit exercises last week. ! At Wardcnsvllle, Rev. T. J. Haw- j kins, D. D., pastor of the Bradclock Street Methodist Church. Winches- I ter, Va., preached the senior sermon < service and Robert J. Benchoff, assistant headmaster of Massanutien i Military Academy, Woodstock, Va.. delivered the commencement address. Granduatcs were Genevisyi? Dove, Walter Funkhouser, Katherine Good, Ruth Heishman, Joan Hopkins. Mansfield Mathias, Patricia McKeever, Pitt McKeever, Jr., Jack Scott, Cecil Smith, Lula Smith, Melvin Whetzel, Robert Wilson, Charles Look, Arthur Halterman, You_cftrTt reel cheerful, _be happy and I Jr., James Evans, Ernest Garrett, " ~'~~" ' ' ' Charles Hawse, and Morman Walker, Jr. At Mathias, the Rev. Keniun TJpholslcring ... HUBS DUALIZED CLEAN A scientific method brings back the newness to the fabric with professional care. To Economize . . . Dnralizc! 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Mathias, preached the senior sermon service ancl State Senator Raloph J. Bean, Moorefield, delivered the commencement addcss. The graduates wc'.e Geneva Funkhouser Strawderman, Edith Bane See, Savilla Mae Wilkins Edgar Lindbergh Capling- cr. Wilbcrt Warren Cullers, James Ward Duckwall, Lester Glenn Funkhouser, Wendell Edward Funkhouser. David Lester Garrett, Norman Harold Halterman, William Arthur Miller, William Oliver Rittenntir, and Robert Franklin Seldon. Order Your Decoration Day FLOWERS Early On Display Monday, Lovely Potted Plants, for you to select Irom. OPEN EVENINGS Erncstmo V. Wittig 0. & 0. Novelty Shoppe 18 Broadway, Frostburg Phones 641 & 59J-J WASHERS RADIOS REFRIGERATORS OR ANY HOME APPLIANCES SURE—WE'LL FINANCE THEM Fidelity Bank "Die Bonk With The Town Clock" Frnsllmi'if (Mcmhcr K.D.I.C.) Mil. For Sole Foster Player Piano Phone Frostburg- 23-J —Advertisement N-T May 26-27-28 ELECTRICAL WIRING Also Motor Work and Fixture Hanging, G. H. Eiscnlrout, 6t Wright St., Frostburg. Phone 4-J. Ailv.-N-T-Miiy l.ii.a.i:i.iii.i;),iia.2c.&'.'o We Specialize in all types of PERMANENT WAVING VAUDA'S BEAUTY SALON 64 E. Main St. Frosthurir Plume IH4-W ATTENTION INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS and CLASS INITIATION Will Be Held at the Home of PIEDMONT AERIE NO. 707 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES Monday —8:00 P.M. To Be Followed by Shrimp Feed LEROY FRANTZ, Sec't. MOX. - TUBS. MAT. . NITE PALACE THE SHOCKING MISS PILGRIM" Starring — Berty Gtcblc - Dick Haymes . TUE8 . LYRIC i;.. ..ISLE "RAINBOW OViR THE ROCKIFS" Storring — Jimmy Wakcly NITE ON I A' "C^flRETTE GfRL" Starring — Leslie Brooks Jimmy Lloyd for / Memorial Day Excellent FLOWER Supply • Carnations • Roses • Gladiolis . w ..,..._ .... "irp" — order early — %«•' Phillips Flower Shoo Phone 13 Lonoconing, Md.

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