Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 5, 1952 · Page 10
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Wednesday, March 5, 1952
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I IIOS I III IK. - KI'YSi: It And Tri-State Area News (10) Evening Times, Wednesday, March 5, 1952 Request Made For Extension Of Uhl Street FROSTBURG — At a meeting Monday night of the Mayor and City. Council, Joseph Robinson requested that Uhl Street be extended to intersect with North Water Street. Robinson is a resident of Uhl Street, which has a "dead end." Robinson explained that it is almost, impossible to turn a car on the street in front of his residence and 'that it is impossible for the city's snowplow to clean the street. Mayor proposed Jacobs stated that the extension was discussed Shower Fetes Class Member BARTON — Mrs. Elsie Mowbray entertained the Friendly Helpers j Bible Class of First Methodist | Church Monday evening at her, home. In addition to the business meeting, a stork shower was held for Mrs. Luther Metz. Refreshments were served by the cohostesses, Vada Mete, Helen Kyle and Nellie Dye. Vera Metz led the devotions. A poem written by Mrs. Katherine ver tea held by the Primary De-1*""' -«»"="««»««» - »•"«««• Gattens was read by the class pres- no-rtment ;„ tha church County Memorial Hospital, has an- ident and teacher, Mrs. Nellie Dye. Church Group Has Silver Tea LONACONING — The calendar months were portrayed by the teachers of the Sunday School of First Presbyterian Church at a 'sil- Garrett County Hospital Head Resigns Post OAKLAND—John Francis Gallagher, superintendent of Garrett partment in the church. Mrs. Alex Lashbaugh depicted January, "Roberta Burns." "Heart's Delight" for February was portrayed by Mrs. Francis Moore. March as "Irish Colleen" was enacted by Mrs. James Staup. April, "The Fisherman" was given by Mrs. William Wattenschaidt. "Whistler's Mother" was Miss Dorothy Wilson for the month of May. twctyears ago and at that time!Mrs. Fred Metz presented was referred to the city engineer for Anxious Bride" for June. "The investigation. City Engineer John Hartig informed the council that the extension of the street would have to be constructed on a grade too steep for two way traffic. The Council instructed Hartig to submit plans for the • proposed extension. Brief Mention The Gleaners Class of First Methodist Church will meet at 8 tomorrow in the lecture room of the church, with the following officers and teachers in charge: Mrs. Edith Cook, Mrs. Nell Shryock, Mrs. Ruth Morgan, Mrs. Pearl Shaffer, Mrs. Amy Richardson and Mrs. Charlotte Foli. Circle No. 4 of the WSCS of First Methodist Church will meet tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. Wanda Loar, 144 Frost Avenue. Mrs. Gladys Harrington, West Main Street, returned from AUegany Hospital, Cumberland. Mayor Jesse Jacobs will attend a meeting Saturday of the Maryland Municipal League at the University of Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper, 12 Fairview Street, announce the birth of ft daughter this morning in Miners Hospital. John R. Fairgrieve Post No. 2464, VFW, will nominate officers at 8 p. m. today. Rod-Gun Club Plans Meeting WESTERNPORT— A meeting of IU<Jand °" n ™ Club l .- u be held tonight at the home of Victory Post No. 155. American Legion. Plans for a spaghetti supper, instead of the usual smoker, will be discussed and refreshments will be served. Regional Game Warden Joseph Minke has notified Wayne Ritchie, president of the club, that a shipment of pheasants will be available for distribution in the Westernport area early this month. The average size of American farms has grown from about 155 acres in 1935 to about 200 acres. DEPEND ON YOUR TAILOR For Qualify ' Workmanship Cleaning — Pressing Alterations THOMAS ELIAS 10 W«t Mam Fro»lburg "Mrs. Freedom" was July by Mrs. Robert Thomas; "Glamour Girl" was Mrs. George Gardner for August. Mrs. Richard Moffatt was September's "Bashful Mary Jane." Mrs. Irene Wilson was "Harvest Queen" for October. "Miss Mayflower" was Mrs. Willard Brakeall for November; Mrs. Elizabeth Woods was "Santa's New Helper" for December. Mrs. John Tumbull was soloist. Mrs. Chalmers H. Goshorn was pianist. Mrs. Robert Robertson was stage manager. Rev. C. H. Goshorn, pastor, showed several films. Tea arid cookies were served. Brief Mention "The King of Kings", a two-hour film, will be presented Tuesday evening March 11, at First Presbyterian Church. There will be a dinner meeting of the Lonaconing Businessmen's Association at 6 p. m. tomorrow at the Pythian Hall. The Jackson School PTA will meet tonight at 7:30. Mrs. Bernard Seib, Mrs. James Lily and Mrs. Willard Breakall, who attended a recent parent education meeting in Cumberland, will present reports and discuss child study problems. The Auxiliary of Alvin C. Neat Post will meet tomorrow at 6 p. m. Nomination of officers will be held and refreshments will be served, The 500 Club was entertained last night at the home of Mrs. Geraldine Patton, Furnace Street. Honors were won by Mary Ritchie, Adeline Con- Ion and Helen McPartland. The next party will be held at the home of Mrs. Conlon, West Main Street. Mrs. Minnie Dixon is the guest of Thomas Dixon and Miss Katherine Dixon, Church Street. Mrs. Garland Robison returned from Miners Hospital, Frostburg. John Hardegen, son of Mrs. Katherine Hardegen, has returned to his work at Dayton, Ohio, after having suffered third degree burns while at work as an electrical engineer. Capt. Jean Nichols, who has been stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, has been transferred to Mather AFB, Sacramento, Calif. Leslie Wilson Is reported ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. j Meeting Postponed , FROSTBURG—The meeting of the Frostburg Little League scheduled tonight has been postponed until 8 p. m. Wednesday. March 12, at the City Hall. William Lcmmcrt, president, has asked that all managing personnel and other interested persons attend the meeting. Fresh Flowers from the Greenhouse Harvey's Greenhouse Phon* 266 294 E Main St. — Fro»lbur H Watch our Window 30 prs. of Portcm* Oxfordi, Valu« 1o SI 2.93 — Sale prcie $6.95 Our Spatial Gabardine and Sharlciltirt suits in assorted colors at $26.20 ar« mast outstanding bargains. Sport trousers In Gabardines—Sharkskins Hounds tooth weaves, 56.50 to 510.93 Our Sport Jackets from Rugby and Ace are beautiful and the assortment is large. A. Chas. Stewart Home of Good Clelhet New General City Registration NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN To all persons residing within the corporate limits of the City of Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland, that a new general registration will be held on MARCH 17th, 1952 MARCH 18th, 1952 MARCH 19th, 1952 in the Fire Station on Water Street between the hours of NINE O'CLOCK A. M. and NINE O'CLOCK P. M. for the purpose of enabling all persons residing within the corporate limits who may desire to exercise the right of suffrage at the next ensuing election, and thereafter, to register. ALL PREVIOUS REGISTRATIONS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED. THIS IS A NEW GENERAL REGISTRATION, and any person neglecting to register will thereby forfeit the right to vote at the next corporate election. BY ORDER OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCILMEN Fr«stburg, Maryland, March 3rd, 1952. ALEX G. CLOSE, City Clerk nounced that he submitted his resignation to the board of governors of the hospital on February 18, to become effective in 60 days. Gallagher said that although he has nothing definite in mind, he is considering offers in both Baltimore and Washington. Coming here November 1, 1949, Gallagher equipped and staffed the hospital prior to its official opening May 15, 1950. He came here from Memorial Hospital. Cumberland, where he had been employed four and a naif years as purchasing ageni and credit manager. A native of Mt. Savage, Allegany County, Gallagher served five years in the Army Medical Corps, including one year overseas in the China- Burma-India Theatre. He is married to the former Miss Helen Crowell, Atlanta, Ga., and has a daughter, Charlane. The family resides at the Hinebaugh Apartments. A bake sale will be held Saturday, March 15, from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. with Mrs. Dye, Sylvia Andrews and Faye Benna in charge. The class is sponsoring Easter bulletins for the church. The group also voted a donation to Potomac Council, Boy Scouts. X***'*X», «*^H[. X. . \ PRINCIPALS IN PLAY—The operetta, "Cinderella's Slipper," will be presented today at 8 p. m. in the auditorium of Barton School by the Fifth and Sixth grades of the school. 'Shown above are three of the principals in the cast. At left, is Carolyn Crawford, who wili portray the part of a step-sister of Cinderella. Ruth Deniker, center, will also enact the part of a step-sister. The part of Cinderella's step-mother will be enacted by Dorothy Matthews, right. Garrett CD Team Plans Instruction FRIENDSVILLE The Garrett County Civil Defense instructor team will give a short course in basic Civil Defense tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the hall of the Community Volunteer Fire Company. A short film, "Tale of Two Cities," will be shown. The speakers will be Dr. Page H. Seekford, county health officer on "Medical Service." Rev. Olonzo P. Fike, president of the Maryland Association of Sanitarians, "ABC Warfare"; Robert W. Stemple, Garrett County welfare director, "Welfare." Joseph P. Sollars. principal of Accident High School, "Fire. Police and Rescue"; John S. Elliott, director of Civil Defense for Garrett County, "The Civil Defense Officer Service." Welfare Club To Hear Talk By Commissioner WESTERNPORT—Mrs. Lucile W. Roeder, Cumberland commissioner of streets, will be the speaker at a meeting of the Social Welfare Club tomorrow evening March 6, at the Potomac Club, The club will hold its mid-winter dinner party and dance lor club members, their husbands and friends on Saturday at 6 p. m. at the home of Sons of Italy Lodge, West Hampshire Street. Special entertainment will be provided. Cresaptotvn CRESAPTOWN — A meeting of the executive board of the Cresaptown School PTA will be held at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at the school. The Lay Health Group will meet Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the school, at which time officers will be elected. Lester McGill returned from Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaffer and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Holler, Hagcrstown, Md. Henry DeHaven and Mrs. Mary McKenzie remain ill at Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Ada Peters and son, Dale, returned to McKeesport, Pa. Charles Dever, Grafton, W. Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Knotts. Philip O. Bowman returned from Washington. John E. Rhodes, USN, returned to Great Lakes, 111., accompanied by his wife and son after visiting his sister, Mrs. Leonard Stouffer, and family. Some bees visit flowers to gather pollen in the "baskets" on their legs, and then feed the pollen to young and immature bees. Carpet Woven—$1.25 Yard, Curtains Stretched—30c Pair. 212 Center Street, Frostburg. Adv. N-T. Feb. 29—Mar. 1, 3, 4, 5 DANCE TONIGHT CENTURY ATHLETIC CLUB / Mechanic St. Frostburg Six Indicted By Grand Jury PARSONS, W. Va.—The Tucker County Grand Jury yesterday returned four felony indictments for the March term of circuit court. Ronald Joseph Dromboski, alias Ronald Joseph Sayers, and Clifford Gay Pine, were both indicted for breaking and entering the Coffman- Fisher Store, at Thomas, in February. A theft of clothing was valued at $220.95. They were taken into custody by State Police and given a preliminary hearing before Magistrate O. B. Collins. Donald Shrout Clark, now serving a sentence in Preston County Jail, Kingwood, was -indicted on a charge of breaking and entering the Barg Drug Store here. Watches, jewelry and money valued at $185 were taken in December. Blaine Cecil Dutnire, Theodore V. Helmick and Leroy Alfred Arbogast were indicted on a charge of break- Ing and entering a tool house belonging to Delton Pout and the theft of a power saw valued at $370. They were taken into custody in January. Richard K. Dumire was indicted for the alleged theft of a power saw and • axe valued at $372.50 from Delton Fout. Judge Ernest A. See, Keyser, is presiding. Bake Sale Planned By Weslernport PTA WESTERNPORT—The Hammond Street School Parent-Teacher Association will hold ». bake sale Thursday, March 13, at the Electrical Appliance Store, Main Street. Mrs. Edwin Ross is chairman of the committee in charge, which includes Mrs. William Jones, Mrs. Fanny Grove, Mrs. Ralph Fike, Mrs. Benjamin Mamolen, Mrs. William LaFon, Mrs. William Wright, Mrs. John Shaw, Mrs. Earl Hawk, Mrs. Edward Linkswiler and Mrs. Zihlman Callis. It was decided at a recent meeting of the PTA unit, to hold a public dinner next month and a. talent show in Mayi Mrs. Fanny Grove and Ralph Fike will be in charge of the talent show. Meeting Planned For City Trucking Routes FROSTBURG — The Mayor and City Council have Issued an invitation to owners of trucks doing heavy hauling over city streets to meet with them at the council Chambers at 7:30 p. m. Friday to discuss trucking routes through the city. The city has restricted trucking on -the recently paved Centre Street, at the request of residents there. In discussing the problem at a recent meeting, it was stated that the present streets were not built nor ever intended for use with loads of 10 to 15 tons, and in fairness to home owners who pay the cost of the paving, some solution must be worked out to the benefit of all concerned. Seven Former C & P Workers File Suit BALTIMORE—(^) — Seven former employes have sued the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company for $50,000 because they say. the firm failed to pay them layoff allowances. The suit, filed in Court of Common Pleas, stated that the employes got weekly salaries ranging from $208 to $698, as salesmen in the directory division of the C P Commercial Department, two to 14 Terms of employment ranged from two to 14 years, the suit claimed. Railways Losing Money VIENNA— (#>)—Austria's nationalized railways are running a daily deficit of $153,800, the Vienna newspaper Die Wirtschaft reports. WED.-THUR. PALACE comedy O f a cowboy I IAST DAY LYRIC DOUBLE FEATURE NITE ONIY Johnny Mock Brown Whistling Hills Cherries JvkGrow-Jdon Dixon Roadblock Marriage Licenses Issued At Oakland Harold George Pickens, 27, miner, near Mannington, W. Va., and Naomi Mildred Connor, 21, factory worker, Spelter, W. Va. Leonard Leroy Weekley, 19, (parent's consent), laborer, Shirley, W, Va., and Hattie Beatrice Ash, 19, Jackson's Mill, W. Va. Final Concert Program Set KEYSER, W. Va.—Spanish and Gypsy melodies and lighting effects will be combined at 8 p. m. Tuesday, March 25, when Federico Rey and Pilar Gomez, Latin-American dancers appeare at the Keyser High School auditorium „ in the final of Arwood Oatha Veach, 43, farmer,!a series of programs offered here Maysville, W. Va., and Emily Louella Keplinger, 34, Petersburg, W. Va. John Hayes, 24, trucker, and Mary Katherine Bardella, 19, both Morgantown, W. Va. Charles Alvin Miller, 21, mounder, Fairchance, Pa., and Betty Louise Shultz, 18, near Sniithfield, Pa. William Frederick Kelley, 25, timekeeper, Cleveland, Ohio, and Margery Ann Dean, 19, store clerk, Lemont Furnace, Pa. William Ray Coberly, 25, glass worker, Clarksburg, W. Va., aud Rose Marie Casto, 20, clerk, Nutter Fork, W. Va. Robert McCleilan Powell, 22, U. S. Army, and Doris Yvonne Dudley, 18, student, both Morgantown, W. Va. George Raymond Faugh, 27, U. S. Air Force, and Anna Nagy, 29, housework, both near Deer Park. Thomas Russell Michaels, 32, painter, Westernport, and Flora Elizabeth Bernard, 28, near Swanton. Lloyd Davis Riggs, Jr., 19, (parent's consent), warehouseman, Point Marion, Pa., and Mildred Jane Smith, 18, secretary, near Morgantown, W. Va. Keith Paul Wotring, 24, trucker, Aurora, W. Va., and Carol Louise Jackson, 16, (parent's consent), Oakland. Floyd James Phillips, 35, laborer, near Newburg, W. Va., and Lois Mae Weaver, 21, nurse's aid, Morgantown, W. Va. Neil Donald Wolfe, 27, ass't. mgr., Southern States, near Oakland, and Margaret Elizabeth Baker, 22, Mt. Lake Park. Lawrence Frederick Goughnour, 52, mechanic, and Margaret Elizabeth Tate, 34, housewife, near Uniontown, Pa. Richard Clifford Strickler, 23, U. S. Navy, Elk Garden, W. Va., and Mary Novella Junkins, 23, Emoryvllle, W. Va. Gilbert Eye, 28, laborer, Albright, W. Va., and Grace Thelma Johnson, 22, waitress, Westover, W. Va. Rex Rodney Smiley, 22, U. S. army, near Coal Center, Pa., and Mary Bell Hassett, 23, WAC, Birmingham, Ala. Edward Joseph Wojcik, 24, crane repairman, Natrona, Pa., and Doris Jean Leslie, 18, typist, Wilkinsburg, Pa. Olin Wilson Phillips, 29, furnace- man, and Donna Jean Summerville, 18, both Parsons, W. Va. Charles Emerson Welch, 21, U. S. army, and Willa Lee King, 21. both Fairmont, W. Va. Glen Easton Simons,' 29, trucker, and Mary Louise Lucas, 24, both Rowlesburg, W. Va. Robert Pershing Johnson, 33, burner, and Rhoda May Winter, 28, store supervisor, both Elizabeth, Pa. Stanley Ivan Hasslcr, 29, U. S. Army, Oelwein, Iowa, and Helen Ruth Reed, 23, clerk, Philippi, W. Va. Henry Redepenning, Jr., 22, U. S. For Sale: one Oliver Cleat tractor with plows and cultivator in good condition. Will sell together or separately. Apply: Wade H. Broadwater, Barton, Maryland. Adv.—N-T-Mar. 4-5 this season by the Community Concert Association. Mrs. E. E. Church, president of the organization, said that during the performance Miss Gomez will have 20 costume changes and will have 12. Those planning to purchase memberships for next year's concert offerings may see the dance team as a "bonus." The annual campaign for new members wili begin Monday, March 17, and continue until Friday, March 28. Those purchasing membership. cards prior to March 25 will be admitted to the dance program without any additional expense. Campaign headquarters will be at Pulliam's Music Store, Main Street. Neivlyiveds Feted At Dinner Event BARTON—A chicken dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. William Durst, who were recently married, was held Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith at their home here. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Durst, Misses Peggy and Sue Durst, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Stahl and Harry Bowers, of Grantsville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Broadwater and children; Mr, and Mrs. Deon Broadwater and son, Terry, and Wesley Broadwater, of Cumberland; Reuben Broadwater, We"ternport. Mrs. Jennie Broadwater, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Broadwater, jClifton Broadwater, and Porter Smith of Barton and Mrs. Anne Henry, of Lonaconing. The bridegroom is a grandson of Mrs. Jennie Broadwater, Barton. He and his bride will reside in Grants- vine, where he is employed at the Ford Motor Company Garage. Dinner, Dance Slated FROSTBURG — Frostburg Aerie 1273, F. O. Eagles, will hold its annual dinner and dance tomorrow night. The dinner will be held at Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church, at 7:30 p. m.. and the dance will follow at the Eagles Home. Army, Glcncoe, Minn., and Ruby Mae Welch, 21, Smithfield, Pa. Harry Martin, Jr., 26, laborer, and Sarah Julia Bereczky, 28, both Uniontown, Pa. Lawrence Eugene Hatcher, 21, Ja- borer. Quackcr City, Ohio, and Norabcl Sullivan, 19, near Barnesville, O. Baseball Uniforms Team $al«t Only Complete uniformt consisting of ihirt with team name and number, pants, ion, cop with team letter sewed on at following prices:— little Uagui—sri.s 6-12 .... $ 9.85 Pony League—sizes M-T8 ... 10.85 Major League—all sizet 11.85 Visit our store for a large selection of baseball and Softball equipment at fair prices. GRAYSON'S SPORTING GOODS PHOTO SUPPLIES 2 PIEDMONT STREET, BOX 711 KEYSER, W. VA. Recruiter Notes New Enlistments OAKLAND — M. Sgt, George F. Kirby, local Army and Air Force recruiter, has announced the enlistment of four area residents. They are: David W. Paugh, 26, husband of Mrs. Betty Paugh and son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Paugh, Kitzmiller. Blaine L. Fazenbaker, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Fazenbaker, Accident. Lee Foster Oates, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Oates, Oakland. Arthur C. Reall, 23, husband of Mrs. Virginia L. Reall and son of Mrs. Daisy E. Reall, Gormania, W. Va. Oates and Reall enlisted in the Air Force as privates for four years, unassigned, while Paugh, a former Navy veteran of four years service, enlisted in the Air Force for four years as a private first class. Fazenbaker enlisted in the Army, Unassigned, for two years. Paugh graduated from Kitzmiller High School in 1943. Prior to his enlistment he was employed with the telephone company. Fazenbaker attended Accident and before his enlistment was employed as a truck driver. He graduated from Accident High School in 1948. Oates attended schools in Oakland and prior to his enlistment was employed as a riveter. He was formerly a member of the. Oakland National Guard unit. Reall attended school at Red House and had been employed as a coal miner. Oates and Reall were sent to Lackland Air Force base, San Antonio, Texas, for basic training and assignment. Paugh was forwarded to Boiling Air Force Base, Washington, where he will undergo processing prior to his Air Force assingment. Fazenbaker was sent to Fort George G. Meade for basic training before assignment. Churches Set Week's Rites GRANTSVILLE—Lenten services will be conducted each Friday at 7:30 p. m. until Easter in St. Stephen's Catholic Church, The last quarterly conference for the Grantsville Circuit of the Methodist Church will be held at Emmanuel Church Friday at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Dr. Ross Linger, Moorefield District superintendent. Services Sunday in the Grantsville Circuit are: 11 a. m. worship. State Line; 3 p. m. worship, New Germany, and 7:30 p. m., worship, Jennings. Brief Mention Mrs. Lena S. Bender, who spent a > month's vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gortner at their winter home, Miami Shores, Fla., returned home by airplane. Alvin J. Miller, of Kent (Ohio) University, visited here. Arthur Lowery, of the National Hotel, is a. patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Frank Blakney, Shelocta, Pa.i is visiting Mrs. Arthur Lowery. Jonas B. Miller; who has been ill at his home for several months, is reported improved. Mr. and Mrs. James Wengerd and daughter, who spent several months in Canton, O., have returned to their home near here. Mr. and Mrs. Markel Stan ton, Cumberland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Stanton. j College Plans New Recruiting Program FROSTBURG — Miss Lillian C. Compton, president of Frostburg State Teachers College, has announced that a program for recruiting new students has been organized by the faculty recruiting committee, with Miss Arlene G. Petry as chairman. Under the present arrangement*, groups of the faculty, accompanied by student volunteers from the college chapter of the Future Teachers of Ameica. will visit high schools in Washington, Allegany, Frederick and Garrett counties. The trips to these schools will be made during 1 the month of March and the early part of April. The purpose of the visits will be to acquaint students with the teacher training program at State Teachers. They will also present information concerning the opportunities of the Junior college program for those who do not wish to enter the field of education. Population Up NEW YORK—(INS)—The natural increase Jn population — excess of births over deaths—in the United States last year was more than 2,400,000, insurance statisticians estimate. Tills is close to the all- time record high of .2,431,000 in 1947. Brownies To Plan Girl Seoul Week PIEDMONT. W. Va. — Brownies are requested to attend the meeting today at 4 p. m. at Piedmont Graded School to make plans for a program Wedneday, March 12, in observance of the anniversary of Girl Scout Week. The Girl Scout* were organized 40 years ago. Girls of seven years of age can now be accepted in the Brownies *s there are some vacancies. Free Party and Dance Tonight Young Men's Republican Club, Frostburg. Music By "Tip" Higgins. Refreshments will be served. Members and friends invited. Adv.—N-T-Mar. B Flowers By Wire We Specialize in Funeral Designs The Leading Florist 22 N. Mineral St. Keyser Phone 6726 Hire 8046 SMILES FOR, I 71 I. Senega smilo wifh'a imile^card, foday to $ay,t» T .r. "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" /'PLEASE GET-WELL" "THINKINO.OFjrOU" It'i fun to eftooit 'from our^big selection of Gibson^ Nat!onali*mlt«>W««te PARISH' Frostburg OPENING THURSDAY Bob's Radio Service —New Location— 69 E. Main St. Frostburg New and Enlarged Facilities For Better Service Sale and Service for Motorola Television and Radio Phoni 87 Dresses $2 $5 Reg. $14.98 to $49.98 Coats —Only 2— Reg. to $65 Now $20 Suits $10 $20 $30 $40 Reg. $49.98 to $125.00 —One $35— Now $10 Closeout Of Luggage Reg. $19.98—$49.98 Now $12.98-$29.98 All Sales Final No Charges or Approvals OF FROSTBURG

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