Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 5, 1952 · Page 8
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FROSTBURG - KEYSER And Tri-$tate Area News (8) Evening Times, Tuesday, February 5, 1952 High Street Residents BoyScoutWeek n g . n . si ' | Observance Set Protest having Costs p or Frostbur <* FROSTBURG—Following a stormy session with the PROS TBURG-Mountam District Mayor and City Council last night over the paving of High { Boy Scouts are planning varied Street and its cost, a group of property owners on that j activitics for Nati °« al B °>' Scout ,, ... ii , „ ,, , , : Week, which is tomorrow to Feb- thoroughfare walked out of the chambers en masse." Solon To Seek Assistance For ruary 13. The camping and activities committees have planned a Scout show and court of honor Saturday at 8 p. m. in the auditorium- of Frostburg State Teachers College. The following Scout troops <md Cub packs will participate: Scout Troop? 42, 43, and 48 of Frostburg; Troop <! Friendsville; Troop 49, Grantsville, and Cub Pack 30, Frostburg. The affair is being arranged by the activities committee chairman, Ken- r.etr. Babcock, and Elmer Taylor and Roy Pepper, A Scout window will be tr'mme-d oy Frostburg troops in Hafer's st'jre. year period. They also stated that| West Virginia. j The Frostburg Cub packs will deco- it had been more than 20 years since | Congress has appropriated $20,OuO rar ' e a window at the Durst store. One made the assertion that "We should have the good old days when we could hang those who didn't do the things we would want them to do." Protesting that their street cost 37 cents per lineal foot more than two other streets repaved at the .same time, the group announcedj-»«-, ^-^ ... '-, . they would not pay any paving liens \\\ ifi^o Hll I Ir! Ill <T against their property. 1TJ..1.I.1CS JJU.llUl.Ilii Mayor Jesse Jacobs, the councilmen and city attorney Edward J. Ryan explained to them that they had acted under their constitutional rights. City officials are empowered WASHINGTON — <VP) — A request for White House help is planned by Rep. Bailey (D-WVa) to get money for construction of a Bureau to repave any street after a ten-1 of Mines division office building in High Street was originally paved. In other business Ryan read a new ordinance proposing- for the re-registration of those entitled to vote in the Frostburg corporate limits. This was passed unanimously by the council and provides that a new registration be held before the next city election. Police Commissioner Perry Myers gave the following report for January: Arrests, disorderly conduct, 3; careless driving, 9; assault and battery, 2; running traffic lights, 6; mental case, 1; illegal parking, 56; car accidents investigated, 4; police calls and complaints attended to, 41; reserved space and directed traffic funerals, 11; reserved space weddings, 3; stolen cars recovered, 3; fires attended, 5; burglaries investigated, 2; animals destroyed, Ifi, and investigations for U. S. Civil Service and F.B.I. Commissioner Myers was also empowered to ask for bids for new uniforms for the police force. "At- a recent inspection," Myers said, "six of the eight police needed new uniforms." Upon his recommendation the men will be equipped with a new type uniform, eliminating the "Sam Brown" belts that cause excessive wear on the coats. A letter addressed to Delegate Charles M. See was prepared and read for approval asking the Allegany delegation to sponsor a county enabling act to permit its incorporated cities to borrow money to be used for industrial expansion this being a distressed area for employment. March Of Dimes Behef it A t PawPaw PAW PAW, W. Va.—A March of Dimes benefit show will be presented at the Paw Paw theatre tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. with the proceeds from the offering going to the project. Several vocal selections are to be presented by the Paw Paw High School Chorus under the direction of John Snyder. music instructor. Miss Eleanor McEUlsh of Oldtown will play several numbers on the accordion and Lydia Jo Ziler Is to be one of the featured singers. to purchase a site at Mount Hope, W. Va., and to draw up plans. Completion of the work is bein? urged by Bailey on the grounds the office building will be in line with the national defense effort. Bailey told a reporter he plins to visit the White House and the bureau of.the budget in the next few days to ask backing .for the project. "We think this needed office space is connected with the defense effort, because of the contribution of coal mining to national preparedness," he said. The proposed four-story building at Mount Hope would house the second largest division of the Bureau of Mines and would relieve the government of some $5,700 in annual rental for space. Bailey said. One of the direct benefits to the ccal mining industry of that general area he said, would be a speeduo in testing mine air samples for spfety. Such samples are now sent to the laboratory at Pittsburgh and lequire a week rr 10 days for a report, he said. The proposed building would house Bureau of Mine officials serving Southern West Virginia. Southwestern Virginia and Eastern Kentucky. The division now employes 42 Federal inspectors, six safety experts, and an office force of 18 Bailey said. Congress has authorized a building not to exceed $965,000 in co.;t. An acre has been donated bv Mount Hope as building. a sitii for the proposed School Organizes Cub Scout Pack FROSTBURG—The members of the Parent-Teacher Association of College Laboratory SchcJol are reorganizing a Cub Scout pack under the direction of David Morehouse, chairman of the PTA pack committee. Pupils of Miss • dancing class will Janet Myerly's present several numbers. ,i*hey include "Old Soft Shoe." "Ragtime," "Cowboy Joe," "Tamberina," among others. There also is to be a community sing of Gay Nineties selections, led by Marilyn and Edward Mueller. Edward Mueller Is acting as master of ceremonies. A technicolor film, "I'll Get By" is being shown also. Membership is open to boys eight, nine and ten years old and one or bolh of their parents. They need not be pupils at the school. The den mothers arc Mrs. Robert Ewing and Mrs. Bernard Lease, who are conducting a at 51 Water Street: Mrs. Frederick Snelson and Mrs. Howard Martin, who have charge of a den at 26 Braddock Street, and Mrs. Chalmer Winner and Mrs. David Morehouse, who have a den at 198 East Main Street. Boys who are interested may contact the nearest den mother, or the cubmastcr, William C. Van Newkirk, at the college. Registration Held OAKLAND—A total of 594 residents re-registered during the recent, three-day period set aside for that purpose. The general re-registration was made necessary because the election books were filled. Another registration day will be dur- the w : eck of March 3. FOR RENT apartment with bath. 118 West Mechanic Street, Frostburg. Adv.—N-T-Feb. 5-6 IAST DAY PALACE R's the Call to Adventure /i MAT. . NITE .AS CAPTAIN WVATT SEMINOLE A UNITED STATES PICTURES Actually fi/medin/tomb's fwytxte Jungle! T%CH°NICQU)lt TUES. - WED. LYRIC DOUBLE FEATURE NITE ONIY Ethel Barrymore — Maurice Evans "Kind Lady" Sid Melton — Iris Adrian "Stop That Cab" Troop 48 have various activi ;;es arranged for Scout Week. At their regular meeting today, Samuel Walker will be presented the Life Scout Award. Friday at 4 p. m. the troop will mobilize in cooperation with the fire department and demonstrate the handling of first aid equipment, laying a fire hose and traffic lanes. Mountain District troops will hold their annual Scout service Sunday at 7:30 p. m. in First Methodist Church. Walter Mackay announced that the regular fund drive will be carried on in Mountain District during national Scout Week. • The committee is being assisted in the drive by the Frostburg Lions Club under the direction of Simeon Green, the Frostburg Rotary Club headed by Harry Ort and fraternal orde's by A Charles Stewa.'t. The Moun- trin District has ovti 200 Scouts organized in five Uoops anil two Cub packs. Mrs. Paul V. Taylor will be hostess to the Women's Guild .of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church today at 7:30 p. m. at the parsonage. Mrs. Taylor will also be speaker of the evening. She will use as her topic, "The Study of Latin America." Co-hostess will be Mrs. Clara Vogtman, Mrs. Annie Vogtman and Mrs. Clara Walbert. Twenty - seven boys and three adults from Boy Scout Troop 48, sponsored by St. John's Episcopal Church, attended a "splash party" at the Central YMCA, Cumberland, Saturday. \ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Smith, Lonaconing, announce the birth of a son in Miners Hospital yesterday. A son was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Broadwater, Grantsville. The Past Councilors Club of Star of Frostburg Council 98, Daughters of America, will meet Thursday nt 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Bcrnice Nelson, McCulloh Street. Mrs. Fern Thomas will preside and Mrs. Mae Neilson will be co-hostess. The Young Men's Republican Club Ladies Auxiliary will hold its monthly card party today at 8 p. m. at -the club rooms, East Main Street, The Van Dyke Class of First Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Amy Meek. Mrs. Gertrude Richardson and Mrs. Irvin Kyle. Mrs. Oscar Collins will be in charge of the program by Mrs. Mary Watkinson and Mrs. Hiram Logsdon. The speaker will be Miss Elizabeth Workman. Shirley Shorlofsky, Baltimore, was a recent guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Em- crick and daughter, of National. Corner Jones, a resident of Welsh Hill, is a patient in Miners Hospital. The Kindergarten Mothers Club of Hill Street School will meet to- PIEDMONT, W. Va. — The one- man crusade against what he terms unnecessary blowing of horns on Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Diesel engines has apparently been effective. At yesterday's meeting of the Mayor and City Council, Mayor Allan Hill informed thuse attending morrow at p. m. at the homo of ATTORNEY GENERAL TAKES OATH —West Virginia's new attorney general, 48-year-old Chauncey Browning, left, of Logan, was administered the oath of office Friday by Secretary of State D. Pitt O'Brien. Seated is Governor Patte- son. The governor appointed Browning, who has been Logan County prosecutor, to the post after Attorney General William C. Marland resigned to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor. (AP Photo) Resident Wins In Crusade Against Diesel Horn Noise Williams, general of the railroad, at What Harold freight agent Baltimore, said the railroad will cooperate in trying to reduce the noise from the horns. The mayor thade this announcement foJiowing a discussion being led by Noel Obenshain, research engineer at the Luke Plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company who lives in the Potomac Hotel, about the horn noise. Before the discussion began the mayor read a letter from a parent who said he was opposed to the council taking any action to eliminate the whistles as a warning at ;he Cniid s- Aver ue crossing. She stated that every precaution should be taken to protect the children as this crossing. Obenshain gave a number of communications written to B. & O. officials by R. G. DuVall, manager and treasurer of the Piedmont Grocery Cpmpany, and railroad's replies. Mrs. Carroll Pattison, who also! Miss Katherine Close, president, Beall Alumni Card Party Set FROSTBURG—The Beall High Schcfol Alumni Association is sponsoring a card party tomorrow at 8 p. m. in the American Legion Home. Prizes will be awarded for canasta, 500 and bridge. The following committees have been chosen: Cards and refreshments: Mrs. Edward Mullen; prizes, Mrs. Virgil Atkinson, chairman and Mrs. Evelyn Lemmert; candy booth, Mrs. George Hale, chairman, Mrs. Martin Hartig and Miss .Hazel Hill; and Mrs. Charles Hill and Mrs. Mildred Coakley, general chairmen. Tickets may be obtained at the Charlie Hill Toy Store or from members of the association. The ticket committee is comprised of Miss Grace Finzel and Miss Ann Thomas. Mrs. Mullen said those attending should bring their own cards. The home ecgnomics class of the high school under the direction of Mr.s. Mildred Frity and Miss Louise Dillon have made 50 William Ansel Of Springfield In State Race CHARLESTON, W. Va. — State Treasurer William H. Ansel, Jr.. of Springfield, Hampshire County, filed yesterday at a candidate for Democratic nomination for his first full term in the post. Ansel, 38, was elected in 1950 to fill the unexpired term of the late Keyser A dvisory Gro up Acts On City Problems KEYSER, W. Va.—An agenda of problems to be reviewed was set up at the organizational meeting oi" the Keyser Municipal Planning- Commission last night in the City Council Chambers. Mayor Chester J. Compton explained to the committee members that thoy arc to act in; ~" ~ ~ - " TO c """" v "•"""** "I Dinner Slated By GOP Group OAKLAND-Tho Garrett County solving some of the city's problems. J. Paul Blundon. consulting engi-j sieer, was elated chairman andj John W. Bargee, secretary, of the!- np - ,v aroup. The first notion of the committee WHS to the- mayor and councii Chapter of Republican Women will ihar a privileee tax on business| sponsor a Lincoln Day dinner would not be fair, as small bttsi-i Thursday evening. February 21, at neves'would be taxed as much as i the- William James Hotel, accord- larsre businesses. i ing to Mrs. W. E. Dawson, president. The commission advocated a sew-! Master or ceremonies and speaker service charge as a means of i ws are to be announced later. Com- raisins revenue. The group sug-' mittees appointed for the event gested that a 25 per cent tax be: were: added to the water bills. One of! Publicity: Mrs. Donald R. Sincell. the commission members pointed I Decorations: Mrs. Lewis Jones, Mrs. Tickets: Miss Edith Bolden, Mrs. Harry Edwards. Grantsville; Mrs. Robert Murphy, out. that the water rent in Keyspr i- j H. C. Ri the lowest of any municipality in state of West'Virginia. ThLj agenda was set up for study. —taxation problems, improvement of streets and sidewalks, water supply improvements (more pressure iii certain sections of the city), finances for recreation, and changes in the city charter. These are to be reviewed Immc- . diately and after they are handled 1 alM'lll 111 Hospital with suggestions to the rmvo' and Friendsville; Mrs. Milton Pritts and Mrs. June O'DonnclI. Kitzmiller; Mrs. William Bitzer, Mt. Lake Park. Music: Mrs. F. A. Thnyer, Hospitality: Mrs. William DeWcese, Oakland: Mrs. Daniel Hershbcrger, Grantsville. council as to methods of solving them, these w' 1 ! be attacked.—extension of the city limits; traffic and parking code, building code, police and fire protection and public health including sewage system extensions. Meetings of the commission will be called by the chairman. LONACONING—Mrs. William A. Jacobs is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. The circumference of the globe is 25,020 miles. B&O Engine Cab Damaged treasurer Richard E. Talbott. After! GRANTSVILLE—Two calls were Talbott's Patteson death in 1949, had appointed Governor Ansel to serve until the next election. Filing for Democratic State Executive Committee were: F. E. Runner, Jr., of Elkins, 12th District. answered by the Grantsville Fire Department Friday. The first was to the home of Robert Bender at Little Crossings where a fire was started from defective I wiring in the basemen. Mr. Bender For Republican State Executive disconnected the electric switch. Committee: Clifford S. Colebank of Elkins, 12th District. Republican Club Slates Activitics LONACONING —The Lonaconing Republican Club will hold a March Dimes Dance tomorrow at 9 m. with music by Bill and candy to be sold at the card party. of P. Jeanette. John B. Elliott, president, announced that country store night will be held this evening, with music uy £.uiiii. itiiu 15ui, "wt^uiicSutiy »'• 7:30 p. m., preceding the dance, a round table meeting for officers and resides at the Potomac Hotel; J. C. announced that card parties in thO| comm j Ucemen . Ule rcgluar meeting Schramm, West Fairview Stresl, past have been very successful.|Thursday at 7:30 p. m., when final and Robert Kilroy also complained of unnecessary blowing. Ivan Wilson, Jones Street Proceeds of this one will be used to complete projects at Beall High and'school this year. Louis Amorouso cited the safety of the children being more important than stopping the blowing. Aj'ler the mayor stated that he had met last week with Willums said tho railroad would do i;,ll they could to eliminate any unnecessary noises. The mayor brought to his attention about unnecessary smoke and dirt from Elizabeth Kce (D-WVn) of Bluefield, who has announced that .she would seek renomination. helpers when parked at either end District. of town. He was promised this That seal, now is held by Mrs. would also be eliminated. Obenshain then stated he would be satisfied 't the promise was ciir- neo out vould feel that he hid his purpose, but ad-!rri / rp ded he would continue to check on i 1 1*1- 1 OW11S the blowing. Vp TT | | Ordinance No. 65, pertaining toll O 11 OKI itinerant photographers was adopt- 1 ed by suspending the rules for the | PIEDMONT. W. Va. arrangements will be made for the Lincoln Day dinner to be held Friday at 6:30 p. m. in the Centre saving the home from serious damage. At midnight, Friday the firemen were called to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Little Crossings where a locomotive cab was burning. The overheated engine burned the interior of the cab and tine controls. The damage was estimated at $2,000. A number of firemen responded. They had just returned from attending a Civil Defense training course in Accident. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gortner ac- L-utiipiiiiicu by Mrs. Lena Bender left Sunday to -spend .several weeks at their winter home Miami attores, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. James Pettit, Mt. Ranicr, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Livengood Former Rep. .Jennings Randolph street Methodist, Church Recreation I and son, of Bedford, Pa., visited, of Elkins filed today as a candidate for dclegate-at-large to the Democratic National Convention. Randolph now is an official of Capital Airlines. At Hinton. the Rev. Harry R. Peyton announced he would be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress from the Fifth In observ- second and third reading. A license j ance of National Boy Scout Week- fee of $10 for one week is provided ! February 6-12, a roundup and court in the ordinance. of honor will be held at the Pied- Hall. Music and entertainment will be furnished by Edna and Eddie. Hyndmah HYNDMAN. Pa.— Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Evans announce the birth i of a son. Wray Miller, Portage, Pa., was a guest of Mr. and Mr.s. James Owens. Charles Statler is a patient in Memorial Hospital. Cumberland. Mr.s. Paul Wise, who was a patient in Windbcr Hospital, Windber, Pa., has returned home. H. M. Elliott, has returned from Duncan::"ille, Pa., where he visited his (laughter, Mrs. William Linnon. MLss Joanne Shaffer, student nurse at Memorial Hospital, Cum- Mrs. Rhoda Livengood. Mrs, Willjam D. Getty, who is employed in Washington, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fahey. Mr. and Mrs. Markcl Stanton, I Cumberland, visited Mr. and Mrs. jJ. U. Stanton. Mr.s. Mary Livelihood visited her son, Paul Livenpood, and family in Alexandria. Va. Miss Betty H. Stahl, who recently completed her training at the Me! mortal Hospital School of Nurses, i Cumberland, is with her parents, f\nfit* nrtit'm «»r«i» fir* QIIJJ| ift votir treasured family Gorham* Sterling flatware! I'lncc your sjiwiiil order now for additional pieces in any of more ihan 200 famous Corliam patterns — 66 are lisled below. Special Orders placud with us before February 15, 1952, for Group I patterns listed below are to bo filled beginning June, 1952. GROUP I Defnwy ttgtitning iunt 195? CEAD <HtSTERFIEl» CHRISTINA (OtFAX Mrs. Ruth Blank, Centre Street. The council ordered that $700 bejmont High School auditorium to- James Patterson, been residing with Sr., who had his son-in-law and daughter at Wright's Crossing. remains quite ill in Miners Hospital. He is one of the oldest surviving coal miners of the George's Creek Region. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hill. 20 Broad- j way, have returned from a business I trip to New York. j Mrs. Hattie Elliott is n surgical ; patient in Memorial Hospital. Cumberland. Mr.s. Max Englc, Augusta, Ga., and Samuel Elliott. Norfolk. Va.. are home having been called | due to her serious illness. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis, 41 Green Street, announce the birth of a daughter today in Miners Hospital. Circle 4 of the WSCS of First • Methodist Church will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Da.le Arner. 39 West College Avenue. Mrs. Albert C. Cook, president of the Gleaners Class of First Metho- borrowed from thc First National i morrow evening. i d ays with her sister, Airs. Deborah Bank to pay the balance of $442.20 | The Boy and Girl Scouts, Brownies ! Bl ^ ketl ' Cumberland, on thc chlorinator recently pur-i and Cubs of Tri-Towns District will chased. The remainder of thc money I assemble at the school at 7 p. m. will be transferred to the General'and march in the auditorium at 7:30. Fund. S50 will be taken from the j After the program a reception will depreciation fund each month to j be held at the Piedmont Library lor pay on the note at the bank. ithe adult Scoutcrs of the Tri-Towns A special meeting of the Mayor I District and their wives and hu.s- and City Council will be held Mon-j bands. Mr. and Mr.s. Thomas D. day evening at 7 p. m. i Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. James | Williams will be in charge. Refreshments will be served by .some of the members of the Piedmont Senior Girl Scouts. j During Scout \Veok Ilir Scnul.s will KEYSER. W. Va. — Thomas Ro- i decorate windows nf various business truck, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. 1 places on the thrme, "Scouting Rotruck. E Street, is attending the'Advancement,." I Mr. and Mr.s. Stewart Stan!, near i Granl.sville. I -Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Broadwater, Grantsville, announce thr birth of a daughter yesterday in Miners Hospital, Frostburg. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Delos Shat-l Mrs - Broadwater was thc former jMiss Grace Han!!, and ha.ri been t y OVpra .l ' employed in Grantsville several : vri'i re- CUKE OF YORK tOr.EWORTH IVEHTIDE UOHEHTINE IMPEKUL CHRYSANTHEMUM KINC ALBERT UNIDOWHE LATE GEORGIAN IENOX LILY (WHilinq) HIT OF THE VALLEY (Whilinj) LIVINGSTON MADAM I NEWCASTLE MEW STAHDISH, NORFOLK OLD LONDON PLYMOUTH PORTSMOUTH PRINCESS PATRICK ROANOXE ST. DUNSTAN PUIK SHAMROCK V SPOTSWOOO TUILERIEJ VIOUT VIRGIMIAKA WREATH berland, spent the weekend with her Spceial Orders placed with in liclore February 15, 1'J~>2, for Grmip H patterns lisled below are to 1>« filled beginning AnptiM, 1952. fer. Mr.s. Nettie Evans si: Keyser Sludenl Attends Brethren Youth Seminar annual meeting of the Youth Bern-, — inar of the Church of the Brethren! in Washington. riKO Approved As After adjournment, of the church R,,,»j,,i rrP ,| meeting Wednesday, he and dele- r gates will leave for New York where ; , , , GRANTSVILLE—Alonzo P. Fike, .. ,_, . . . . , | they Wl11 VISlt thc Unitcd Nallons Garrett County .sanitarian has brcn drst Church, is m charge of arrange- Building. Rotruck, a student at. approvcd as a rPRislprPd snni , arian |Keyser High School, is representing^. fhc Bonrd f)f Exnmincr , of thc the Keyser Church of the Brethren. : NaUona] Associ81 . ion ol sanitarians. Mrs. Etta Shaffer returned Johnstown. Pa., accompanied by her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Orland Kipp. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Miller attended the funeral of thc lat-'s 'uiothcr-in-law. Phillip Cavo- thcrs. Mill Hall, Pa. Mr.s. Theltna Dcnflcn has none to Hazelton, Pa., where she will attend the Empire Institute of Tailoring. Rov. and Mrs. Charles Ralcy. F.l- icrslie. were attests of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Evans. Mrs. Donald Bradfirld. Cumberland, was n of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goodwin, daughter, Zana. and son, Prod, ot Pittsburgh, visaed Mr. and Mr.s. C. E. Bush and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Goodwin. ; years. Mrs. Paul Shomo. Cumberland, is Ihe guest this week of Mrs. Maud Klock. James A. is Aloysius. Farley's middle name C.I • DAM CHATHAM CHRYSANTHEMUM |Duf;in) GROUP II :ry Bvginflinq Attg Have CONFIDENCE in Him! The Better you know your agent thc Better He Can Serve You ! INSURANCE AGENCY 11 Broadway Tel. 63-J Froitburg All Formi of In&urancc UERMONT COVINOTOH DOLLY MADISON ESSEX GOVERNOR'S UOY HUNT CLUB IMPERIAL QUtEH JEFFERSON KINO EDWARD IWMtinq) LADY BALTIMORE LANCASTER 19S2 LOUIS XV (Whilini) LUXEMBOURG MADAM JUMEl MADAM ROYALE MANDARIN MOTHERS MYTHOLOGIQUt ORIANA FA8IS rOMPHAM POPPY PORHAHD ROSE MARIE ST. DUHSTAM CH»!« SHEAF OF WHEAT STRATfORD THREADED ANTIQUt VICTORIAM ^EXCEPT DURING NATIONAL EMERGENCIES, JEFFRIES BROS. JEWELERS Open Saturday till 9 P. M. Broadway Frostburg menu for the annual class dinner Thursday at 6:15 p. m. at the : church. Class sisters will be revealed '• and new names drawn. Election of officers will be held. i The Young Men's Republican Club will sponsor a March of Dimes party at the club house. Main Street, tomorrow at 8 p. m. Music will be by Tip Hippins and his orchestra. The program will include entertainment and refreshments. There will I be no admission charge. He is president of thr- Maryland Association of Sanitarians and is a Oldiown Club To Meet The Oldtown Sportsmen Club will!director of the national srotip. meet at 7:30 p. m. today in thc ' •" • - - - —; _..-.--Oldtown School. Thc club formerly met at. the Veterans of Foreign Wars home which wa.s destroyed bv fire early Sundav morninp. ROWLAND Certified Alloy Steel Coil and Leaf Springs for all make cars & trucks Randolph Welding Shop 83 Mtchonic S». Froitburg, Md. Phone 414 Pic. Roll SaleS«-i WESTERNPORT—Woma ns 1 Work Organization of the Church of the Brethren will have homemade pies and rolls for sale at the church annex Thursday from noon to 5 p. m. FOR KF:.\T Three room apartmcni. with bath, hen!, furnished. Phonr 499-M or apply 23fi E. Main Street, Frost burp, after 6 P. M. Artv _N-T-Fcb. 5-R-7 For Sale: Kenmorc Heatrola. Apply 50 East Collepre Avenue. Frostburg. Phone 993-W. Adv.—N-T-Ffb. 5-6 Lost: Tan Billfold at Toad Mc- N'eils, Klondyke. Reward. Return to Anna Riwr. Box 228. Zihlman. Phone 273-W. Adv.—N-T-Feb. 5 Now's thc Time to Buy $2.00 Room Lots Kitchen, Bed Room, living Room Keyser Wallpaper Shop PHONE 3561 MAIN STREET KEYSER. W VA. Wii! At Thc FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 210 Maryland Avc., Wcsfernport, Md. Feb. 3 and continuing Two Weeks or Longer 7:30 P. M. Pastor T. J. Kerfoot Of Winchester, Vo. Be Preaching and Praying for thc Sick. Isa. 53:5. ARE THE DAYS OF MIRACLES OVER? Come, See and Hear for Yourself, Acts 2:33, Mark 16:16-18 All Welcome Pastor T. J. Kerfoot REV. E. W. WELFORO, PoUor Tel^phort 25931

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