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rWENTY-Slf SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1944 Frostburg Mt. Savage Oakland Lonaconing Hyndman Tri-Totcns News From Towns In Cumberland Territory Bayard Partong Keyter. Btd/ord Romney Sf»1**r»totl SeiCt ted i« uartet j SkUBWMii Mrs . ;AHJ1 Tju » inas — 'Mrs. Louise WlUetts. and Mrs. Mary!,, B«*iil High Senior To Re-;*fcL»u*J«: vocal duel. Misses Sarah = ol Mrs. Marion | Gleaners School Gas* jPlfaanted toe Auxiliary Police «ndi be WSHetts, Mrs. \ * n M .» « n i the Westernport snd l«ke Canteen! Mrs. Mary Sle-j Has Mothers Program C i ub through whose efforts it was! accomplished. j Dr. R, W. Work, Cumberland,! „,. .*. «_, x *<x*x~<- 4 ; chai "*»a of Allegany County De-' -* >. ,.„ £ a^o^fense. Council, stated sometimes he Church with the annual Mother'.- W|a 4^5,^^ m '-I** Gleaners i «•» sork but i-.. i T-, oaue and Mary Davis; r ceive Diploma *rom :Mls _ 3^^ Wa]sh< 1 East Orange, N. J. > Yenshaw and Miss Elizabeth Work-1 Day party. The program, arranged j ^ shows vh&i can be — I man. and group singing led by Mrs.; and presented by Mrs. X Carter] The recreation hall will be i yro&tburg. May 6—Jamei Howard,?Mary MeLuckle. 'Shryoc's, was in costume and set-! eve ry night in the »oa of Dr. Dorothy Howard, axm-i The guests of honor, mothers oil tings of the "gay ninety" period, j day. There will be dancing to music ; ber of FrosiSurg State Teachers ; members, were presented with! ***' •*—- * " ~~ ' College faculty, 35 Oraiand street,:shoulder corsages ol sweet peas. Tri-State Obituary Mis. Clan A. Small Rite* Frostburg, May 6 — Services A. except Sun " " ' ' 202 Mc " Cultoh stre «. «"<> oi^ Tuesday, ^ . chorus or singers. Helen(j,y * juke bos. A piano w to be i»o, Gladys Odgers, Margaret KW: hu been selected to receive training; The aSair concluded with re-;well and Peg Aldridge, attired in under th* Navy V-12 program, i freshments served on attractively'coiofful old-fashiioned gowns, en- vided and will be given. were held yesterday morning st St Michael's Catholic Church. The Rev. Howard, who will be eighteen Mayieeeorated tables. 38, s senior at Beall Hi?h School, 1 '. passed the mental test, given here: Frostburg Financial March 15 and passed the physical' RenOrt S examination April 5, in Baltimore. : '" *" I husband. C. W. Floyd CoSin, two! isons WUisani and Charles, both in! j Uie ansed forces, and one daughter, j I Miss Eva, at home. i - Miss Alt* F. Scott .Rowlesburg, W. Va., May 6.— Word was received here that *^i«« Alia Pord, Scots- died in Cleveland, Ohio. Tjiesday. She was. a native 1 .of Rowlesburg, the daughter ol tbe llate Edith Ford, and after the- <Jeath of her mother she was adopted by Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Scott of Cleveland,, and took! the name of Scott, j j tions. popular in that period. i Sylyia Hrick, Gladys CopJey, Peg and service men are served t Was Ce!ebrant ° f ** requkm fee. doughnuts and sandwiches. ^ pallbearers wffe j^.^ Brief Mention Ke ij.. " a .torne\- craduatc ' Martens. Marshal! Linn, George inumorous- readings. Mrs. Eva Jones gaveof Bruce High 'school, wk addre£S « ^ commencement PeMn ;, grandchildren of Mrs. were Robert Small, Charles, Joseph and Anna May Pekin. Md., May 6., j Mrs. Charles A. Meese .has been! j appointed temporary postmaster at- Pekin. Mrs. John R. Kiddy, posj-j master for 13 years, resigned in; January, due to ill health. rtor.or student. Hie arrangement-^.Harry *as niatie between the two schools,! '-j^ " tfter Howard enrolled at Beall ini^™^) w February to complete his final! ^ h ^ hand A n { ^ mA5 j bonnets. lemester. He had won a number | MiywJ fn}m ^.^ metera> ^^.i Tables I she theme, were designed and made! were decorated in spring I day. Thomas and Sis Scott and Carp . 5^^ simpsOQ ^ visiting jhis wife, Airs. Veronica Simpson, j Mrs. Abraham Roberts has rerum- Jerry Bryson. Interment was in St. Officers of Beryl Fire Company in- wilderman: treasurer, Austin Ward- He .... . . „ ; clerk, $10-4.43: orders paid, $3,354.96. wr „ , TT wiU be aligned to a collie | and C3sl , ^^^ S 7i0602 i Women Bowlers Honor sto specialized training by j W ai« Pand-C^h on hand, April i from J. C.l A. Hoibenj Prostburg, May 6.-The bowling [sergeant-at-arms. Patrick Kady, and , , ^ ^ . i. S22.22S.21: received local boys who passed the- Kaege ^ $3 , 3 6S.65: C. Mrs. Thomas H. Morgan i captain, Clyde Tren-om. Presbyterian Junior Circle irmy-navv qualifying test com- jletec the entrance requirements; ^ ; " V G . ciose,$35.22 : or- 1 teams of the Ladle? Social club of IT passing the anal physical lest. ders - c ^ S1S2523 . cas5l bal , | Fraternal Order of Eagles, enter- rwo have been selected for assign- j S2i000 ^ e ^ it npr>r. snri fnp thi-t» •a-^i nnr.ifipri ' r , ance S23.418.S1, which includes the'tained last night with a surprise and hat he would not be included in r.s presenv quota because nisi from in honor' of Mrs. Lucille o:" timber. Sinking. Fund—Casli on hand. will Mis. Alive Stevens Sen-ices Frostburg, May 6 — Rites for Mrs. Alice Stevens, widow of Charles who died Tuesday night, Friday afternoon at tbe her daughter, Mrs. Henry Meek. Rev. Raymond'Crowe, pastor of Midland Methodist Church, officiated. The pallbearers, wer» "William meet at the home of Mrs. Browne j Hamilton, Thomas Cunningham, Kooken, Spruce street. Westernport,!-^ 01111 Steele, James Geary, Clarence ed from Baltimore, where she attended the wedding of her daughter, Nettie Mildred: . Pvt. Harold Kiddy is stationed at Camp Blariding, Fla. Mrs. 'Earl Kiddy fell and broke her right wrist while papering. Mrs. Henry Johnson returned from Washington, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. William Bell.' Announcement Mrs. Frank Lewis wishes to announce* to th« eustomtn of the Prank Lewis Transfer Co., that business will b« * continued as usual while.her son is serving in tht armed , forced . v . ; The same prompt service will be available for all types transfer demands. FRANK LEWIS TRANSFER GO. 8 Taylor St., Frostfaurg Phone 322 Monday night. Stevens and Raymond Hanna. In. eighteenth birthday is not until! iext fali. He was informed thati j April 1, 522,341.00: received from J. will read original poems over station Stevens at the home of Mrs. Tho- WTBO, Cumberland,, Sunday, 8:30, Mrs. John E. Grindle, Westernportj terment ^as in Allegany cemetery. mas H.-Morgan, Maple street. a program sponsored by the Club he present quota will be SUed by! KK r < IP n i I ex-i JK at a : Un he Navy with boys who ars eigh- een or very near their eighteenth! Birthday. Besides ,h? other boy Others in attendance were Mes- j of Human Relations. S169.S9; orders pain j dames Agnes Schneider, 2dith Den- j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fazenbaker, 1; service on bonds, 43.52. andinison, Beatrice^ LaPorta, Anna [near Bloomington, Md., • announce ths birth of a daughter, this morning. Westemport Flat Circle^ W. *. C. S., Trinity Methodist Chiirch, will I coupons. SI. 020, and cash balance i James, LaRue Broderick,- Alberta iWeilings, Mary Smith, Blanche Tax Fund— Cash on hand.JFesterman, Nell Kennedy, Virginia I April 1, $767.30; received from 1%1-iShoeniake, Alberta Mifler, Cornelia _=""-«> nuwtuu, ^ u jier oo> j Theatre Co., ST7.60; orders paid!Lancaster, Csnnel Stanton, Angela meet Monday night with Airs Llord vho has oeen assigned is James _„ m( , „. ^'.AKM JMeAteer. Virrfnla Losuo and Marv Af.Hr,, T i$350, and cash balance $495.40. "leed, who was accepted under the -.may specialized training prograni j j|jjj Street P -T 4 xnd wBl begin classes at Virginia i wn'vi" I »c J -Ulitary Institute Monday. ! Will Elect MondaY MeAteer, Vu-ginla Lqgn« and Mary j Nickel. Pioneer Club Holds ] Prostburg, May 6.—The Parent- ; Teacher Association of Hill Street BROOKS I5IPROVED Frostburg, May 6 — Attaches at Miners Hospital this morning reported the condition of Elmer Brooks. 38, Lonaconing, as "improv- >j5cnool. will elect officers Monday!^, Brooks was a(taltted j night. Teachers will be in class-1 hc£pita j Wednesday afternoon-suf- irooms at 7:30 to meet with parents,| fri £ ^-oni a self-inflicted aun shot | faring wound in the left chest. PS Frostburg. May 6.—The Pioneer; -lab of Mt. Zlon Welsh Baptist 'prior to the' business session. A pro- '•lernoriai Church, entertained last j gram will follow including s piano aiJ 1 :!^ anm " 11 mKher -fe^J*^!';!S^f "* HHich^^^rBowW^;, £ jured April 27, at Mine No. 4. of th* Company, was The condition of George M. Atkins. Pvt. Thomas Podelco is home from Fort Thomas, Ky. Pvt. James William.; Luke, returned to Mitchell Field, N. T, Owen Walsh returned from Spartansburg', S. C.. in Boal's ambulance where he was taken seriously ill. He was accompanied by Pvt. and Mrs. William Russell, and Mrs. Saliie I Dyer. Pvt. Russell returned to Camp ' Croft, s. C., yesterday. :au?hter party. [reading by Emma Martens. Mrs. Eiheiyn Hanna gave ths ad- j A young student from tbe College .jnma 0avis, the response. The | guest vocalist. •irogram included selections by aj Refreshinants will be served. I The condition of Louise Mathews, j IS, Mt. Savage, who was struck by Lonaconing Lonaconing, May 6. Rebekah Lodge Celebrates Mrs. Elizabeth Mooney Kites Frostburg, May 6 — Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth (Smythe) Mooney, who died Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Robert Pascoe, Broadway, were held yesterday afternoon from th« Hafer Funeral Home. Rev. Dr. Henry Little, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, officiated. The pallbearers were James Park, Benjamin Evans, Alvin Tennant. Thomas Peebles, Robert Marshall and Frederick Bowden, Lonaconing. Interment was in Allegany Cemetery. St«ve W. Whtt« •Rowlesburg. W. Va.. 'May'6 — Steve W. White, 43. Baltimore and j Ohio Railroad shopman, was killed! instantly Thursday afternoon when WANTED ONE COOK and ONE WAITRESS Apply Hayes' Restaurant 18 Broadway, Frostbnry ANT> MOJf.. PALACE MATINEE NIGHT The Adam Thompson Rebekah | Lodge observed its 46th anniversary. he was hit by a 'helper engine as it was returning to the local yards! after helping a train up Blaser hill.] White, formerly of Crellin, Md., unmarried, boarded in thethome of JA. D. Poling, just west of Ttowles- L ^ j burg. He was walking down the raH- 1 mg.~ 'BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS wtih Lrnn Bar! — Francis Lcderer PERSOXAt AND Ths Ladle* Auxiliary of the SCNDAI ONLT lit LYRIC MATBS1B AlflD TflOHT 'SOULS AT SEA" with Gary Cooper, Georjre Raft, Henry Wilcoxon, Harry Carey : Young Men's .Republican club, will ; entertain with a card party Tues| day, 3 p. m. Tablss will b« [for five hundred. Ths Junio* Guild of »t John's Episcopal Church, wiH. meet t& the parish house, Wednesday, 8 p. ra. The Era Jeffries Sunday School class of First Methodist Church, i will meet Monday, 8 p. m. at the I horn* of Mrs. Lula Richardson, . JFark avenue, with Mrs. Melvin dance bjr Dorothy Shockey; piano selection, Elizabeth BucKholiJE; song and dance, "Dont Sweetheart Me,' by Collsea Shockey, Francis Schlerth and Shirley .Beemac; piano selection, Jean Mllford. Remarks wen mad* by Mr*. Afnes Merrbaugh, Mrs. Agna« Peel, Mrs. Jean Boyd, Mrs. Nellie Miller and Mrs. Isabel Nightengale. Mr». Martha "WeBer ot Cumberland was present. Mrs. Meerbaugh was presented with a gift and she had ths honor ' cutting the birthday cake as she Remember The Permanent Wave Mother Has Been Wanting Gift Certificate Can Be Purchased at 64 E. Ma.'n St. Vauda's Beauty Salon Phone 344-W Frostburg ! Henry and Mrs. Helen. Kerr as as-p &** onl y charter member living, sistant hostesses. Mrs. Mollle McLarkie was presented The Eckhart Squar* Circle wlt " a s bouquet of flowers. Refresh| Sportsman's Association will meet ™ents wera^erved. iSundav. 3:30 p. m. Pvt. George O. "Bub" Sweitzer, Charles Vf. Walters, superlnten- ! son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sweitzer! I dent ° r ille General Textile Mills, road tracks to the business part- of .the town, and as the engine I approached, blowing ths -«uisUe, he I stepped ia Brant of it. The accident occurred ia front of the residence of Michael Moore. Deputy Sheriff Jess Benson, County Cpaorer H. Foster Hartman, and Prosecuting Attorney R. Dovn*j Halbriiter, Kingwood, investigated. Only known relative it t> brother! living *t Norton. W. Va., and fa- | n«ral «rrangemenU are awaiting! word from him. The body it atj th» local funeral home. , , Mrs. C. W. Floyd Coffin Rowlesburg. W. Va., Mar 6.— Word was received here of thej death in a hospital near her homej on Monday, of Mrs. Eva Proudfooti Walters At Meeito« j returned to Fort Taylor, Key West, iFla.. after spending a fifteen day i furlough with his parents at Borden j Shaft. I Sgt. Ernest W. Pfafi returned to i Camp Reynolds, Pa., after spending a fifteen day furlough with- his : Bowery street. 1 Corp. Frank J. Urbas, Fort Dix, !N. J., is spending a furlough with A Betty Moore REPRESENTATIVE will give a Paint Demonstration TUESDAY, MAY 9th Lloyd Durst and Son ir LONACONING, MD. ^jhls parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton (jUrbas, Vale Summit. I Pfc. James H. Filsing'er has re| turned to Fort Jackson, S. C. after j Upending a 12-day furlough wlthj jhis wife, Mrs. Ruth Filsinger. also motored to Carbondale, Pa., to attend a business, meeting with L. P. Frieder, president of the General Textile Mill. ^Tew York, and John P. Reinhardt. Accompanying Mr Walters wer* Claude T. Jett and Edward Seems of the Cumberland ~ Mill,. and Mr. Wesley Duckworth, 'jmaster mechanic at the General Textile Mills, Lonaconing. Health Notices Health Clinic notices are as follows: Health Center Committee meeting Tuesday. May 9, at the Health room. Main street; Baby , of Englewood, N. J., daugh- ier of the late Dr. and Mrs. Milton j Hall Proudfoot, of Rowlesburg. I; Funeral and burial took place at|j Englewood. Surviving relatives includs thei ^f£v*" ^^^BpWHHSHRH •am* GIFTS SHE'LL LIKE A fio« selection ot Gifis and Korcross Greeting Cards The Gift Shop JO Broadway, Frostbnrj: SAN TOY THEATRE Lonaconing/ Maryland Program for week beginning May 7th. 2 SUNDAY AND MONDAY "The Miracle Of Morgan's Creek" Eddie Bracken, Bert; Mutton TUESDAY "BEAUTIFUL BUT BROKE" Jean Dam, John Hubbord ' WEDNESDAY "LADY IN THE MORGUE" frtjton Forttr, Patricia Ella J| * THURSDAY AHD FKIDAY "GUADALCANAL DIARY" Preston Foster, Lloyd Nolan SATURDAY '. , "YOU'RE IN THE ARMY NOW" Wallace Ford, John Mills, Anna Lee ROCIOAGES Tnars(3a y- Ma ? n - at «« ** L " * {his narcnte. Mr. and Mrs. Herman iFilsinger of Eckhart j Tri-Towns ! Trl-Tawns, May 8 * i Recreation Hall Opened ; The recreation hall of the West- 1 emport Service Center on Washing- iton street, rebuilt and refinlshed, Health clinic u j May 26, instead of the third Friday i May 19, this m<?r>th. It will be at 110:30 *. m. at the Health room. i Brief Mention i Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cutter, State street, announce the birth of » daughter Thursday at the home Mrs. Cutter was the former Miss Anna Zais of McCoole. West Virginia Democrats Hear USH HOLT West Virginia Democrat for Governor Discuss the Issues of the Campaign and Answer the Smear Attack MONDAY Radio SM'on WTBO • VI W mm mi Hi I Cumberland 10:15 to 10:30 A. M. .and 7:30 to 7:45 P. M. Political advrrii.tpmraf piitlish'd Hy author*:; of th' rans:.:.<•!• j was opened last night. j Mrs. Charles W. Walters and chfl- ' Ira Lease, vice president of the dren spent the week-end With Mrs | Westernport Auxiliary Police, wel- Walters' sister, Mrs. H. T. BecStner, j corned the guests and introduced the! Westernport. | speakers. Mayor John Barnard com- j Mrs. Andrew Connelly and Mrs . i Ted Walsh returned to Wilkinsburg Pa., after spending several days at the home of Miss Ida Orr. i I Mrs. Prank Phillips Is visiting herj i daughter, Mrs. Fred Snyder, Balt!-j i more,. i I Mfss Emma Sstell Tfahler, super-1 | visor of music at Bedford School, Bedford. Pa, and Miss Alma Dawn- aker, of Cumberland, wers guests of J Miss Ida Orr. j A birthday party -was held at thei hqme of Mrs. Anna Shaw. Church] street, in honor of her daughter, Suseann. Suscann was six years old j on Friday, April 28. Those present were Jeaiiette Gowans, Shirley Lucas, Mary Catherine Gephart. Thelma Smith, Francis Crable, Vernon Smith, Jackie Crable, Miss Margaret Preston, Mrs. W, M. Segmyer and Wanda Le« Segmyer. Aden T. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mffler, Lonaconing, was promoted from Firs£ Lieutenant to Captain on April 26. Captain Miller graduated * from Army Air Force Statistical School, Harvard, 1942. He is stationed at Gulfport, Miss. Mrs. Francis Conlon Is visiting her husband, Pvt. Francis Conlon, at Camp Reynolds, Pa. Pvt, William R. Wiillanw, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Rob- b!ra street, received a citation from his commanding major for his heroio work in saving the lives of many Yanks In the Italian campaign. Pvt. Williams is with a medical detachment. He has been In the servioa one year. Til* Ttftip, sfrftbofce of ETfiRmTYi- • * Wild Ro«, ^mboBc of SIMPLICITY} A« L9r, symboHe of PURITY; ^^' th« Laurel, symbolic of GLORY ~Sjjii,~ tte&e and all ctassk soulptur* are most beairtif uiiy i in Rode of Ages memorial*. N \ A. J. Irwin & Son " ERNEST A. SEE KEYSER, W. VA. Republican candidate for Judge of Mineral, Grant and Tucker Counties, West Virginia. PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 9ft, 1944 Your support and influence will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely youn, ERNEST A. SEE. Political advertisement published by muthority of the candidau. 60 I. Mam St., Frostburg, Md. Phone 52-J <?&%&%£* Here's the LOAN and the short of it.. Short work to obtaining a Personal Loan from this friendly bank! We want to loan money to people of good credit standing— and who have real use for the loan. We counsel agaimt needless borrowing . . . but where a loan can meet on emergency or finance a purchase most economically .. . ws go out of our way to mak« it promptly and courtiously. • FIDELITY SAVINGS BANK "Tfte Sank With iht Town Clock" • Frostburg, Md. Mtmbtr ef Fedtrat Deposit Imuranei Corporation

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