Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 28, 1952 · Page 20
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FROSTBIJRG- KEYSER And Tri-State Area News (20) v Evening Times, Thursday, February 28, 1952 Instructors Workshop Held At State Teachers College FROSTBURG — A workshop for instructors who are supervising the work of student teachers of burg State Teachers College was held yesterday in the club room of the college. Mias Lillian C. Compton, president of the college, extended greeting's to the group, and Ivan C. Diehi. dean of Instruction, spoke on "Accreditation of the College." A discussion followed on procedure of the student teaching program, which is conducted at the College Laboratory School and in cooperating schools of Allegany county. Miss Arlene Petry, director . of practice, led the discussion. Supervising instructors in junior '"high school work who attended were Miss Margaret K. Blafce and Robert £ B. Young, Fort Hill High School, - -Cumberland; Miss Anna M. Nicht, Ellen T. McKenzie and James «A'. Hosack, Allegany High School J Cumberland; .Miss Martha McDon- «aldson and John Thomas, Barton ^Junior High; Mrs. Mary V. Dilfer, ;,.'Beall High; and Oberlin T. Chancy, •' Cresaptown Junior High. ;v Elementary school teachers who fi attended were Miss Jennie Lee, i; Centre Street School, Cumberland; .Esther O'Rourke, Barton £; School; Mrs. Myra Taylor, Beall *r School; Miss Elizabeth Witt. Gep- 2 hart School, Cumberland, and Miss «i Elizabeth Miller, East Side School, £ Cumberland. •K Instructors of the College Labo- ^ratory School who were present in- Deluded Miss Irene Condry, Miss ^Ruth Sherman, Miss Margaret, Mrs. Rita Clark, Miss Betty •^L. Rommelmeyer and Miss M. £ Angela Brady. Miss Laila Stevens, <* principal of the College Laboratory U School, was a guest. »' Brief Mention £ The WSCS of Eckhart Methodist »• Church will hold a bake sale Satur- 2; day in the basement of the church, A. beginning at noon. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Charles IT. Hill, »»Bowery Street, are vacationing in ^St. Petersburg, Fla. ~. Mrs. Thelma M, Robinson, 12 |«; Beall Street, has accepted a posi- r,'. tion in Washington. - The Ladles Aid Society of First T Congregational Church will meet --today at 7:45 p. m. at the home of "Mra. Gladys McCulloh, Bowery •'•Street, Mrs. Ruth Davis will have 1, charge of the devotionals. > The Eckhart Square Circle Sports, men's Association will meet Sunday • at 7:30 p. m. -at the clubhouse. Junior members are to attend, and -the program will include a film to be shown by Joseph Minke, regional , game warden. ' - Rev. and Mrs. Harold R. Stoudt announce the birth of a daughter yesterday In Miners Hospital. Rev. Mr. s'toudt is pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. B. And O. Veteran Accident Victim CRAFTON, W. Va.—Delbert B. (Deb) Lough, 68, of 252 Spruce St., died Tuesday at the City Hospital. His death was a result of an accident that occurred Sunday morning In the No. 1 Tunnel near Clarksburg. He was employed by the B. & O. Railroad 05 car inspector and assistant wreck master for 52 years. He had been on the wreck train for 38 years. He was working on the wreck train in the No. 1 tunnel, Sunday, when the accident occurred. He was a member of the B. of R. C. And the B. & O. Veterans, and - the E. U. B. church of Grafton. He /had lived in Grafton for 38 years and formerly resided in Harbour county. Keyser Firm Low Bidder On Area State Roads Job KEYSER, W. Va. — The State Roads Commission yesterday recommended the acceptance of a low bid of $227,546.95 by Stickiey Brothers, Inc.. ci Keyser for a joint state- federal project on Lambertls Run Road, Harrison county. Since , the work involves federal aid, final approval will await action by the Federal Bureau of Public Roads. The contract calls for grading, draining and traffic bound base for 3.48 miles on Secondary Route 18 also known as Lumberport Road. It is one of the long-range projects of the State Roads Commission. Pythians Conduct Memorial Service MIDLAND — A memorial service and draping of the charter was helc a recent-evening-by Myrtle Temple 2, Pythian Sisters, in honor of Mrs. Jane Russell. Mrs. Gladys Winebrenner, presided, Mrs. Edith. Hutchinson offered a prayer and she and Mrs. Fannie Kroll sang "Face to Face," accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Aleda Wilson. As the charter was draped by Mrs. Pansy Thrasher, Mrs. Nancy Lease and Eleanor Slingloff, Mrs. Wilson played "Sweet Hour of Prayer." Mrs. Russell joined the temple in 1904 and was elected to an office in 1911. She also served as Grand Chief of the State Temple in 19251926. Following routine business, the ?roup furthered plans for the celebration of the 50th anniversary, to be held in April. The place and date will be announced later. Mrs. Pearl Blair was appointed by Mrs. Madeline Harmon, Baltimore, io the arrangement committee for the joint state session of knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters to be held in Cumberland in September. Brief Mention Miss Isabel Russell, Miss Miller Stevenson, Mrs. Jennie Graham and Milton Russell, all of Baltimore, attended the funeral of Mrs. Jane Russell. Mrs. Isabel Morgan spent the weekend with Mrs. Margaret Retal- Ick, Cresaptown. Mrs. Leonard Carnahan, New Kensington, Pa., visited her sisters, tfrs. Robert Hunt and Mrs. Mildred loss. She also accompanied Mrs. Ross and Mrs. John Tighe to Mar- ilnsburg, W. Va., where they visited rohn Tighe, a patient in the Newton D. Baker VA Center. Bruce Loar, son of Mrs. Lucy , is home from Germany, where he was stationed with the army. Paul Thrasher is convalescing Allowing an operation. Pvt. William Hunt, Aberdeen, pent the weekend with his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Hunt, and parents, Vtr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp, Uarksburg, W. Va., visited Mrs. Mae George and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George. Mrs. Hugh McMillan, Mrs. Joseph tfonahan, Mrs. Robert Clark, Mrs. James Blair and William Winters, all of Midland; Mrs. Nell Mills, Gilmore, and Mrs. Christopher Hendra .nd Mrs. James Ravenscroft, Lona- conlng, attended the funeral of Britt Buckalew in Frostburg. Donald Blair and Robert Blair, Jr., Camp Riley, Kans., are visiting heir respective parents, Mr. and The people of Yemen build structures of many stories and , laim that •;they originated the skyscraper. talr * nd I Robert Blair. and Men's Oxfords Reduced To $5,95 - $6.95 - $9.95 — VQ|U«» to $10.95 — Condon's Shoe Store 20 W. Main Si. Ph«n» 890 Frottburg Family Event Held By Frostbnrg Lions FROSTBURG — The • Frostburg Lions Club held its annual father- son and daughter dinner last night at the American Legion Home here. Thirty-five members and their children attended. 1 George Wolfe, of the Cumberland club, was a guest. The program, in charge of Clifford Crowe and James Smith, featured a show by the Centennial Puppeteers, composed of Marie Goebel. Elaine Cunningham, Beverly Glass and Na.ncy Robinson. Two films were also shown. LAST DAY PALACE MATINEE . NITE FBUQSilE-UiaiLUIS-LBFDIICKSOl sa*fr fc m m «i ma m-vm# * m romm-ftnicri * iwo KHMIH wiraai-iimauraiui me. THURS. . FRI. LYRIC NITE ONIY FORD-T1ERNEY ETHEL 8AMCRE Operetta Set Next Week At Barton School BARTON—The Fifth and Sixth Grades of Barton School will present an operetta, "Cinderella's Slipper," at 8 p. m. Wednesday, March 5, in the auditorium of the school Marilyn Snyder and William Dye will respectively play the roles o "Cinderella" and the prince. Other characters will be: Fairy Godmother, Betty Lou Preston; Charlotte and Javotte, the step-sisters, Carolyn Crawford' am Ruth Deniker: stepmother, Dorothy Matthews; king, George Lauder queen, Jean Moore; peddler, Otis Broadwater; lord high chamberlain Robert Russell; thimble bonnet Daniel Houdershe Idt; guards James Hyde, Kenneth Derham James Bowen and Kenneth Metz; jesters, Eugene Poutz, Charles Meese and John Myers; ladies in waiting, Carolyn Kyle, Bonnie Green, Linda Boal and Carol Bosley. Others in the cast will be Ann Foutz, Kenneth Metz, Dorothy Durst, Michael Muir, Jean Thomas" Thomas McVicker, Donna MacDonald, Elaine Russell, Kenneth Derham, Lena Lambert and Homer Gentry. Carol Ann Houdersheldt will entertain with a ballet dance. Carol Bosley, John Thomas, Eloise Brennan, Dale Rounds, Darlene Elkins, Richard Jenkins, Shirley Clark, Donald Magruder, Elaine Moore, James Riggleman, Sharon DeShong, James Chappell, Linda Boal and Arnold Ross will portray the /oyal court. A chorus of -green tailors will include Daniel Houdersheldt, James Berry, Michael Muir, James Riggleman, Dale Bounds, Kenneth Colmer, James Chappell, Thomas McVicker and John Thomas, The king's midget orchestra will be composed of the following Second Grade pupils: Billy Gene Metz, Lula Catherine Broadwater, Faye Derham, Sandra Kyle. Shirley Howell. Shirley Moore, Evelyn Clark, Roger Kyle, Catherine Brumage, Amy Clark, Charles Gattens, Patricia Helmick, Sondra Lea Phillips, Linda Kyles, Rita Russell, Richard Russell, -Daniel Young, Dale Beeman, Gary Barber, Thomas James and Robert Longridge. Wendell Metz will sing a solo, "Drink To Me Onlv With Thine Eyes." Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson, Hyde's Corner,, are reported ill at their home with the flu. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Broadwater, Merill Bridge, were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Broadwater and children and to. and Mrs. Edison Broadwater, Cumberland; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Broadwater and son, Bruce, of Hagerstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Michael, Barton. Cpl. Victor Bender, Camp Gordon, Ga., spent the weekend with his step-father and mother, Mr. and tfrs. George Brennan. Mrs. Robert Brennan and infant daughter, Betty Jean, returned from Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, W. Va. A meeting of the Friendly Helpers 3ible Clasd will be held at 7 p. m . Monday, March 3, at the home of Mrs. Elsie Mowbray. Miss Eleanor Mowbray returned to Washington after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mow- Jray. Miss Clara Ann.Hyde returned to Washington after attending the 'uneral of her grandfather, Albert Cunningham. William R. Harvey, HuntinRton, W. Va., recently visited his wife and family. S-Sgt. Edward Brennan, who had seen stationed with the Army in Italy for the past four years, is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennan. Olin Watson returned to New Kensington, Pa., where he is employed. His wife and daughter will 'emain here while Mrs. Watson is under medical care. Barton Churches Planning Services BARTON - Mrs. Donald Wilson and Mrs. William R. Harvey are chairmen of a World Day of Prayer service which will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p, m. at. Barton Methodist Church, with Barton Presbyterian Church participating. Participating in the program will 16 Mrs. Alex Cross, Mary Mowbray, Bonnie Wilson, Bessie Gowans, Wiliam Harvey. Samuel Metz. Leona vletz and Gertrude Broadwater. The projects will be presented by Mrs. Katherine Gattens, Mrs. Marie Mowbray, Mrs. Ellen Wilson, NATURE STUDIED FIRST HAND—The Third Grade-of the College Laboratory School, Frostburg, were able to study a wild animal at first hand recently when James Rank, of Grahamtown, brought his . nine-month-old raccoon to the classroom. The class has been studying wildlife and the pupils were prepared to ask Rank a list of questions regarding the living habits of a raccoon. Students shown, left to right, 'are- John Baer, Gerald Snelson, Judith Jones, Carol Horner and Susanna Squillari. Vtrs. Maud Williams, Mrs. Laura Kyle and Mrs. Nina Sutherland, vtrs. Robert Houdersheldt and Mrs. Verda Michael will present the bul- etins and also serve as a welcoming Committee. CD A Unit Has Pre-Lent Party MT. SAVAGE—Court Theresa 557, Jatholic Daughters of America, held a. pre-Lenten -celebration Monday night In St. Patrick's Hail. A turkey dinner was served, after which cards were played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Cecelia Albright, Mrs. Pearl King, Mrs. Adelaide Logsdon and Mrs. Stella Jeffries. Rev. Michael s. Smyth, chaplain of the court and pastor of St. Patrick's Church, and Mrs. Cecelia Al- iright, state vice regent, were guests. Miss Martha Reagan Is grand regent of Court Theresa. There "were 44 members present. Club Has Meeting The Calla Hill 4-H Club met a' re*cent evening at the home of Nancy and Freda Cooley. Demonstrations in apron making_were made by Sue Sweene, Joan Sweene and Freda tooley, Carol Yutzy demonstrated pressing a woolen skirt with a steam ron and Nancy Cooley, the washing 1 a woolen sweater. Mrs. Wilson Sweene, leader of the I P, was present. The next meet- will be at the home of Mary Vteade, Calla Hill. Brief Mention Mrs. Margaret Crowe, Calla Hill, was hostess to the G. N. 500 Club a recent evening. Prizes were won >y Mrs. Freda McKenzie and Mrs. vlaude Holslnger. The next meet- ng will be at the home of Mrs. Holsinger. Court Theresa 557, Catholic Daughters of America, will sponsor a social In St. Patrick's Hal! at p. m. tomorrow. Mrs. James O'Rourke and children left Tuesday to Join her husband, Lt. O'Rourke, who has taken residence near Fort George G. «Ceade. The O'Rourke family had been residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noonan, East Main Street, for several years. Mrs. Leona Wilson is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, where she underwent a major operation. Mrs; Joseph Wilhelm Is a patient n Miners Hospital, Frostburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris and laughter have moved to Cumber- and. Miss Margaret O'Rourke returned rom Somerville and Heightstown, . J., where she visited her sisters, Mrs. O. J. Hale and Mrs. Jerome Becker. Mrs. Stella Jeffries returned from ihambersburg, Pa., where she spent he past two months with her sister, Mrs. Herman Ewan, a surgical aticnt in Chambersburg Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Sampson nd children returned to Mt. Rainer fter visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson. Jascph Emerick, who is stationed near Washington with the Navy, spent the weekend with his family. Mrs. Wayne Lashley and daughter, Isabel, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herboldshlmer visited Mrs. Lashley's son, Nevin Lashley. a patient in Newton D. Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Rourke. and son returned to Laurel after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poland and Mr. and Mrs. P. F. O'Rourke. Candidate Pledges Memorial To War Dead Of Westernport WESTERNPORT—Richard Hays, World War II veteran, will be a candidate on an independent ticket for commissioner at the biennial election Monday, March 31. Hays issued the following statement today: "Twenty-four year old Richard "Dick" Hays, a graduate of Bruce High School and World War II veteran, this morning declared himself to be an independent candidate for commissioner in the forthcoming municipal election. "Dick" who is employed at Joe's Men's and Boys' Store, plans to file by petition." Hays' platform follows; "First of all, I am not going to start this campaign by making dozens of eager, ambitious promises, that obviously would be impossible to keep. I'm not going to promise to each and every citizen of Westernport that all their roads Will be paved with gold, or their sewers paved with diamonds. I'm just going to assure you of this: If elected to council, I shall work unceasingly In behalf of a memorial erected to those who made the supreme sacrifice In World Wars I and II and the Korean War. "Since 1919, Westernport has miserably failed to remember its honored dead, a sad and sorrowful situation. However, if I'm. elected to office, I assure you I shall work diligently for a permanent memorial plaque, dedicated to the everlasting memory of those honored dead who died that we might live. "I am carrying this campaign to the people, because, in my opinion it is not the sole duty of any one club or organization to build a memorial plaque. On the contrary, this project should start and end in the chambers of the Town Hall. These men died for all of us, and we should, beginning with the elected representatives, backed by every club, every business establishment and every citizen, join together in a united effort to honor the dead. "This is my platform and it is on this issue that I humbly place myself before you in this election. Police Conduct Elkins Raids M.KTNB, W. Va. — State and city police earlier this week raided five local fraternal and service organizations and the homes of four individuals. A quantity of liquor and gambling devices were seized. Warrants for the raids were issued by Justices of the Peace G. W. L. Doyle and 3. H. Myers, before whom the various defendants will be given hearings. Authorities said the organizations raided included the Red Men's club, Eagles, Moose, American Legion and VFW.- Liquor and gambling devices, including tip boards and punch- boards, were seized at all of the club rooms, except at the Legion Home. Police said the stewards of the;clubs would be tried on charges of possession of liquor for sale or resale. Police also said they raided the residences of Blaine Weese, Clyde Keim, John Hedrick and Ervln D. Koontz and later arrested Clyde Rowe. All will face charges similar to those placed against the club stewards. Mayor C. Wood Crawford issued a statement in sympathy with the raids, claiming they were "overdue." Union Prayer Service Slated FROSTBTJRG—A union World Day of Prayer service will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Congregational Church. The theme will be "Christ, Our Hope," Mrs. Oren Lemmert and Mrs. Samuel CcCulloh are in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Arch DavLs will explain the projects for which the offering Is received. The choir of the host church will assist in the service. Mrs. John Stewart will be organist and Mrs. Idabelle Gordon,, soloist. Othere taking part in the program will be Rev. and Mrs. Fred Zimmerman, Miss Anna Gray and Mesdames John Dunkle, Alec Close, Ptnkney Holmes, John Logue, Clifton Hitchens, Samuel Davis, Upton Loar, Lena Hill and Stanley Chldester and a representative from Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church. The Frostburg Council of Church of Women have extended an invitation to all residents of Frostburg and the neighboring communities to join with them in the observance of the event. Three-School 4 Band Planning March Concert LONACONING—Kenneth Bachman, director of the band formed from students of Central, Barton and Bruce High schools, has announced that the unit will present a concert at 8 p. m. Tuesday, March 11, at Central High. The program will include "Salutation March," Seite; "Bolero Non," and "King Cotton." Souza. "Deep Purple," by DeRose, will be a trumpet trio presentation. Souza's 'Sabre and Spur March," Ander- * son's "Sleigh' Ride" and Grelg's Jf 'Ase's Death" will be selection attractions. A drum number, "Percussion An tics," by Frank Kiser, will be presented. John Reeves, Bruce High, Westernport, will play "Nola," as a saxophone solo. Silver Threads Among The Gold," by Danks, will be a brass quartet number. "Band of America March," Lavalle; ''Lady of Spain," Evans, and "Square Dance Medley," arrangement by Heine, also will be played. "Arabian Night," by Yoder, and the presentation by a clarinet quartet of "Sweet and Low" and "Turkey In The Straw" will be featuro selections. Brief Mention Mrs. Joseph Watkinson underwent an operation yesterday at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hadley returned after spending several dayi in Erie, Pa. Robert Rankin. State Street, is a patient in Memorial Hospital. Miss Donna Pase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pase, Douglas Avenue, is ill with rheumatic fever, Mrs. Roland Staup returned from Sharon, Pa., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. William Klink and daughter, Wilma. Injured Area Man In "Good" Condition WESTERNPORT — Attaches at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, W. Va., reported today that the condition of Edgar L. Piacka, about 45, of Burlington, W. Va., who was injured in an automobile accident here early Sunday morning, was "good." Piacka, who was driving a pickup truck on Church street, sidcswlped a parked car, careened to the other side of the street, jumped a five- inch curb and struck a concrete Peter's Catholic Church. "If we are successful in erecting pillar in front of the rectory Qf st this memorial, it will demonstrate to the people of this county and this state, in a.jima.11 but tangible manner, that Westeniport is not moving backward, but is slowly, surely progressing." "On many occasions, we are inclined to tell visitors to our 1 community how awful and depressing the general situation has become. However, this is not true, Westernport and the Tri-Towns still remain the best towns in (Jits area. Let's not forget that if more of us would take this attitude, things couldn't help but improve. "Of course, if elected to public office I shall do everything in my power to promote, propagate and advertize the advanjages of living, working, buying, building and selling in this community. "This evening I am beginning a, nouse-to-house campaign that, will last every evening until election eve. Paslor To Entertain Somerset Minislerium FROSTBURG—-Rev. Dr. Paul V. Taylor, pastor of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church, and Mrs. Taylor will entertain the Somerset (Pa.) Area Ministerium at a dinner Monday. Tri-Towns Slates Union Prayer Day PIEDMONT, W. Va.—The annual union service marking the World Day of Prayer will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at Piedmont Pres- byteriar) Church. Mrs. 'Arthur Hartman, Westernport Church of the Brethren, will preside, present the call to worship and introduce the speaker, Rev. Robert E. Cassell, pastor of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Westernport. Mrs. Helen Metcalfe will read the opening prayer. Members of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Westernport, will be in charge of the offering. Music and the program will be in charge of the Presbyterian group. Visited Sisler KEYSER, W."Va:—Mr.~ find Mrs. H. F. Mcnefee returned to their home, 56 West Piedmont Street, from a visit-in Baltimore, where his sister, Mrs. E. H. Barnhart, is seriously ill in Union Memorial Hospital. The dinner will follow a lenten \ communion service at 10 a. m. that j day at Zion Church. | Raymond Yutzy is a patient in' l want your ideas concerninc a — As Heard on Radio , As Seen on TV Charles Antell Formula No. 9 and —— Shampoo — $6.95 Combination for $4.98 Combination for T. & S, Cut-Rate Frostburg Allepany Hospital. Miss Mildred Arnold, Baltimore, was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crowe. Howard Sine. Jr. returned to Washington after visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sine. Mr. and Mrs. Francis O'Rourke and son returned to Pittsburgh after visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. F. O'Rourke. Miss Eleanor Ewan returned to I Chambersburg after spending ton | days visiting her aunts, Mrs. Mary j Morgan and Mrs. Stella, Jeffries. memorial plaque. I'll probably nnt, be able to sec you all, but I'll try." For Sale: Gas Range. Phone j Frostburg 1061 after 6 p. m. • Adv.—N-T-Fcb. 26-27-28 i "Mojud" Nylon Hose Black and Outline Heels - New Spring Colors Sizes 8'/a to II Wt Give S & H Grten Stamp. J. B. Shannon & Co. FROSTBURG, MD. Super Kern-Tone Paint Reg. Colors $4.98 $1.59 Gal. Ql. Deep Colors $5.29 $1.69 Gal. Qt. Sleeman Bros. Phone 318 Froitburg Area Young Girl Victim Of Burns OAKLAND —Mary Cathertes Tusing, four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tusing, Swall >w Falls Road, died recently In Garrett County Hospital of bums sustained when her clothing caught fire in the kitchen of her home. The child's dress apparently caught fire from the kitchen range and she then ran to the nearbjf home of her uncle, George Tusing, where her mother was visling; Tha child was taken to the hospital by a passing motorist. Besides her parents, she Is survived by a sister, Mary, and three brothers, Harry Jr., James R., and Randall T., all at home. Services were held at the Leighton Funeral Horns here. Rev. George Simpson officiated and Interment was in Oakland Cemetery. Ancient Carthage was located only a few miles from the site of modern Tunis, i| Wanted to Buy — Used Typewriter. Phone Frostburg 389-W, Adv.—N-T-Feb. 28 Old Fashioned REVIVAL Now Ir Progress! Assembly of God Church Kifrmiller, Mdf. Serv!«i Will Continue iv«ry Ntght Except Monday at 7:30 EVANGELIST MRS. RUTH COWGfll "We believe In Bible dellverancif Special until March 10 only 3/8 x 6/8 Combination Doors Bronxe Scr**n $15.95 also 8-0 x 7-0 Overhead Garage Doors $74.00 M. Broadwater Lumber Company Phonn 855-J 1 Mils We>» of Frotlburg on Rf. 40 Where prices are right — No charga for delivery anywher* Just Received a Carload of Yellow Pine: Flooring - Roofers Stepping & Trim Lumber Neilson Bros. Phen* 429 Froitburg PR£«RfPTI<Mi SPECIALS! 39 E. IT <&kutu. TRUSTWORTHY PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Only reliable, graduate pharmacists, using only the finest ingredients available, compound your prescriptions ,here. You can depend on us! 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