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22 SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, SUNDAY, JANUARY. 10, 1937 Frostburg Lonaconing Mt. Savage Hyndman News From Towns in Bayard Oakland Tri-Towna Cumberland Territory Parsons Davis KEYSER Keyser, W. Jan. Oppose.

Parking Meters: There is much opposition to the plan suggested by the Council for installing meters in the town. The Rotary and Lion clubs will enter formal protests, and petitions against the plan will be presented by various organizations and many citizens at the next meeting of the Councll. It Is stated that the traffic situation here can be handled and relieved by the enforcement of existing traffic laws. Signs 'are now being erected prohibting the parking of trucks in the business section of Main Signs to Inform motorists of one hour parking regulations are NOW at' the city offices, but will not erected until the meter question has been settled. Brief Mention Delegate H.

Gassaway Shores addressed the Lions Club' Thursday night on legislative matters affecting Mineral county. The annual Week of Prayer servIce will close on Sunday night with 8 union meeting of -all the Protestant churches. Rev. 8, R. Neel, pastor of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church South will preach on "Prayer to Discover the Primacy and Supremacy of the Kingdom of God." The Keyser Woman's Club will be closed Tuesday night at a Ing Junior High School.

The women of the Assumption Church are planning a benefit card party Thursday night, at St. Mary's Hall. The Keyser Branch of the Association of University Wothe home of Mrs. Wilson, will meet on Tuesday, night at with Mrs. J.

H. Covington assisting hostess. The program, in charge of Mrs. E. L.

Tyler, Mrs. Dana Lough and Miss Gay Hoffman, will be on "Theatres and Current Moving Pictures." Davis Lodge, No. 51, A. F. A.

will install officers Monday night. Miss Zell Baker, of Hampshire county, is assisting Sheriff Harley o. Staggers in getting the "office in running order. Miss Baker was formerly assistant to the Hampshire county sheriff. Mrs.

L. Blanche Wilson returned to Kitzmiller. Mr. and Mis. J.

C. Gannon, Mrs. Louise Hogan and Miss Arlene Hogan returned to Plain City, Ohio. Richard A. Welch returned from Fort Defiance, Var Mrs.

Lyle Wilson and daughter, Marjorie Sue, are in Clarksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ludwick and son, Arnold, and daughter, Anna Mae returned from St. Petersburg, Fla.

J. M. Bright and sons, Ray and Jesse, returned from Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs.

Roy Trenton and family returned to Washington. Joseph H. Rotruck in the mercantile business for over 20 years, will retire. Mrs. Roy Ravenscroft returned from Baltimore.

W. Lulher Ncy, Gettysburg, visited his aunt, Mrs. Efye Baker Welch. Mrs. Lewis Milholland, Cumberland, is the guest of her Mrs.

Harry Markwood. Florence, nine, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. W. Carskadon, underwent an operation for appendicitis at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland.

Miss Fannie Leps, Baltimore, former Keyser resident, is convalescing from diphtheria. Richard Gerstell, Grafton, is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Richard Gerstell. Mrs. James Thornton Carskadon and Miss Frances Brengle, La Vale, spent the past week with Mrs.

Alice Steorts. A surprise party In honor of Mrs. 1 C. P. Rudy's birthday WAS given Thursday night.

The guests were Mesdames Paul Thrasher, Lyle Pope, Boyd Burgess, Luther Hilster, James Pennington, Charles Hixenbaugh, Grover Sutherland, William Quinn, Everett Goode, Perry 'Bill, Pete Hawse, West Mills, Cecil Stephen, Harry Hamilton and Peggy Burgess, Shirley Ann Stephen. PARSONS Parsons, W. Jan. 9. The Woman's Club met last night with Mesdames J.

W. Minear, Ford Hull and Harry Greenlief as hostesses. Mrs. Stark L. Coberly led An forum on "Maternal.

MortalMildred Comp sang, Mrs. Dumire, accompanist. Guests: were Mrs. C. W.

Minear, Mrs. Anna Lake, Mra. Lily Greenlief and Mrs. Emory K. Hovermale.

Robbers last night vialted the farm of Mrs. Pete Hinkle, Mackeyville, and removed 25 bushels of the cob. It 1a alleged they carried corn from the bin in sacks to their car. A surprise shower was given last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Don Garber for her sister, the former Miss Lessie Fitzwater, bride of Harold PArSONS. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Burr Currance, Mrs. Grace Gainer and son, Mrs: Adis Gainer, "Colene Nestor, Beatrice Simmons, Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Parsons, Maxine Simmons, Mrs. Chester Bennett, Mrs. B. W.

Post, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Teter, Mildred Grace Fitzwater. Mr. and Mra. Charles I.

Shahan, of St. George, roule 3, Announce! the birth of daughter, Barbara Aiice. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Miller, of Licking Creek, announce the birth of son, Junior Burl.

The Annual meeting of the stockholders of the First Natsonal Bank and the Tucker County Bank will be held Tuesday afternoon. Clint Dieta, St. George farmer, 1s 111. ROMNEY Romney, W. Jan.

Mrs. Bessle Pretwell is spending January at her home in- Staunton. Arthur Peterson arrived here Friday from Gary, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.

Peterson will leave Thursday for Birmingham, to reside. Mr. and Mrs. John South, Clarksburg, visited Mr. and Mrs.

John S. Williams. Former Judge K. Kump returned from Charleston. Mrs.

Vaughn Woodward and son, Vaughn Hobson Woodward, Norfolk and Charleston, were the guests of Miss Mary, Wilson Biple; Mrs. Alta. Rudasill 1s spending the remainder of the winter In Philadelphia with her daughter, Miss Isabell Rudasill. Mr. and Mrs.

Willis Haines and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Haines have returned from Scarboro, Ill, Miss Anns Goldsborough returned to Philadelphia. Mrs. A.

M. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mileson returned to Tulsa, Okla, Mr. and Mrs.

J. Brady Thompson returned from Republic, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Thompson's niece, Miss Genevieve Ruppenthall. Mr. and Mrs.

E. P. Staub entertertained with a buffet supper Friday. Mrs. Harry Schell was called to Morgantown the illness of her: mother.

Mrs. Kate Levings is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Yaney, Teaneck, N. J. Rev.

and Mrs. Charles and son, recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.

Saville, returned to McDowell, Miss Ruth How has returned from Chicago. Miss Josephine McKeever has returned from Sebring and Miani. Miss Madeline McDowell entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Miss Adelaide Coffey and Mrs. John P.

Corbett were high. Mrs. Dennis I. Law entertained with a miscellancous shower for Mrs. Edward Saville, the former Miss Louise Pugh.

Mr. and Mrs. Robbert Baird entertained Monday evening for Mr. Mrs. Arthur Peterson.

The Business Women's Circle, Presbyterian Church, will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. John Blue. BEDFORD VALLEY Bedford Valley, Jan. 9. -The A.

met in school auditorium. last night.The Ladles Aid of the M. P. church met Tuesday night. Clyde Stoner, who visited his mother, Mrs.

Leah Stoner, returned to Massachusetts. Dr. And Mrs. 'Donald Egolf spent! the holidays with relatives in Harrisburg. Miss Elva Nave is out alter Iliness.

Leah Mock recovered from liness. Barbara Nave 1a Ill. DANCE Thursday, Jan. 14 For cost of Headline Revue Only Sponsored by Frostburg Lodge No. 470 B.

P. 0. E. In Lodge Rooms HYNDMAN Hyndman, Pa, Jan. 9.

Rev. 8. Clay. Shaffer, Johnstown Is. visiting his sister, Mrs.

Daisy Arnold. Mrs. M. V. Miller, Bedford, visited! ber 'son and daughter-in-law, Mr.

and Mrs. Ted Miller. Dr. Charles R. Rhodes visited his brother, William Rhodes, Youngstown, Ohio.

Edward Shafter is undergoing obIn Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, Miss Betty Morgart, of, Bedford recently. spent several days visiting Mrs. Claude Brotemarkle, Mr. and Mrs, C. V.

Bowers, son Kendall, and daughter. Joan, and Dessie Blackburn, Grace Harcierode, and Mrs. Nettie M. Harcierode, visited Mr. and Mrs.

Marc Hillegas, at Boynton, Pa. Mrs. Alcuin 'Sides visited Mr. Sides, patient in the West 'Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh. Mrs.

John Shatter is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gus Shaffer of Cumberland. Carl Sproul, highway Altoona, is visiting his home. Mrs.

Edward Miller, visited Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Coughenour. Mrs. John Austin, Connelsville, visited her sister, Mrs.

Walter Gaumer. A light demonstration was given by Miss Kathryn Close, of Frostburg, at the home of Mrs. H. H. Deaner Wednesday.

Mesdames Fuller Barclay, Luther Ahlburn, A. S. Nelson, Raymond Shontz, P. E. Brode, Della Sheirer, C.

O. Burns, and C. H. Allen were present. "A New Yorker wins prize for his work with heavy water." Doze thinks the news may be an inspiration to Icemen.

For Rent Apartment In Lyric Bldg. Apply W. Earle Cobey National Bank or Evening Times Office, Lyric Frostburg. Keyser Bedford Romney State Teachers Map Home Coming Program Al Lunch Frostburg. Jan.

0-- The Stale Teachers College entertained luncheon group yesterday to plan the annual homecoming the latter part of February, Those attending were: President and Mrs. John L. Dunkle; Mrs. Richard T. Rizer, president of the Alumni tion; N.

A. Wade, director of training; Miss Angela chairman ol the faculty alumni commitece; Miss Louise Shafter, adviser for the senior class; Miss Lucille Stockberger, director of the social lite "of the college; Miss Kate tyne, supervising teacher from Garrett county; Miss Winifred supervising teacher from county. MiSa Rosalie Click and Miss Dorolny Shires, alumni representatives, Allegany county: Miss Marion Gittings and Miss Mary E. Herbert. Washington county, and Mr.

Harry Frushour and Miss Florence Baker, Frederick county; John Comer, president of the Student Congress; William Byers, Iota Alpha Sigma fraternity representative: Miss Betsy Ross Rankin, Y. W. C. A. president: Richard Hohing.

president of the senior class: and Mias Helen Barpresident the Resident: House Council, Garden Group to Present Program At Hocking Home! Frostburg, Jan. 9-The Garden Depariment, Woman's Community Club, will meet Monday night the home of Miss Mamie Hocking. Miss Margaret Jones will be soloist with Mrs. William Spates, panist. Miss Pauline Plummer will give piano selections.

An open discussion of the origin, food value and place in industry of vegetables. will be held. Papers on the following subjects will be presented: "The Care of Cut Flowers', Miss Alpha Garrett; "Strange Facts About Miss Stella Hosken; Its Mrs, Minnie McMannis, and "Henry Ford Soca the Soy Bean AS a Link Between Factory and Miss Erma Simons, Iota Alpha Sigma Group Holds Banquet and Dance Frostburg. Jan. Iota Alpha Sigma Fraternity of Frostburg Teachers' College had a banquet at Layman's farm, Thursday.

followed by a dance at Meshack BrownIng Club. In attendance at the banquet ware Georgs Walburn, Lucile Stockberger, Wilbur Hoopengardner, HelBarnard, Arthur Neal, Lols Willams, Harold Hoover, Helen Berger, William Byrnes, Ruth Berger, ALbert Robeson, Virginia' Spates, Joseph Drum, Beth Lewis, Harold Daugherty and Virginia Logsdon. Plans Are underway for the anmust homecoming banquet. LADIES' AID REACTION Frostburg, Jan. 9-The Ladles' Ald Society, Congregational Church, alected these officers at the home of Mrs.

Emma Williams, Center street: Mrs. Mary A. Price, president; Mrs. Nora Kaseycamp, vicepresident: Mrs. Katherine Greening.

secretary. and Mrs. Emma Willams, treasurer. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Price, Howery street, Jan.

22. PERSONAL AND GENERAL The Ladles' Auxiliary of Farrady Post. No, 24. American Legion, will conclude its meeting Monday night with a memorial service for deceased members. The Arion Band will hold a speelal rehearsal Monday, 8 p.

m. Rodger X. Day, principal of the Junior High School, Midland, will speak before the Parent-Teacher Association of HIll Street School, Monday, at 7:30 p. on "Educating the Whole Mrs. Alvina Cole will preside and re-! freshments will be served.

Mr. and Mrs. William Sluxs, are in Miami. Florida. James A.

Cobey returned to Yale! Law School. Mr. and Mrs. Russell George, Midland, announce the birth of A daughter, Jan. 4.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pressman. North Grant street, announce the birth of A daughter, Thursday. The Lower Eckhart Street Light Association made plans for a card party Tuesday night, Jan.

26, at A meeting at the home of Owen Price, Friday night. THOMAS Thomas, W. Jan. 9. Woman's Club Radio Program The Junior Woman's CluD met on Thursday night with the Misses Clemence Pase, Edith Johnson and Margaret Phillips As hostesses, The program committee Included Mra.

Ida Davidson. Mrs. Anne DIBACCO and Miss Winifred Thayer. A radio program wAs The program FAS presented from station "JWC" with Mrs. Ida David-: son announcer for the "Crazy Clock Cuckoo Amateur Hour." The Arst to appear on the teur hour" WRA Arbella Snodgrass singing "We Didn't Grow Any POTALOCA," by Gwendolyn Thayer.

Other barn numbers tap dance by DiBacco Matha Surer; music by the "Mountain Gals" cluding Evelyn Topper, Winifred Thayer, Mary Catherine Parks, and Frances Wippel and plana solo, Miss Louise The winner of the contest will be announced at the next meeting. Personals Mrs. Minor Martin, Cumber-! land, is visiting friends here. 8hc Attended funeral services for Ammanda Conner of W. Va.

TRI-TOWNS Tri-Towns, Jan. 9 on U. S. government contracts toled work only forty hours a week are explained. Other items of interest to Luke mill employes complete the content; of two pages of the paper.

The third; and fourth pages are given over to announcements of Devon Club activittes. The E. P. A. News will be issued monthly hereafter on the last Friday of each mouth.

Honored On 85th Birthday T. C. Dyc. manager of the Piedmont Grocery Company, was ten-1 dered 3 surprise party Thursday on his 85th birthday. Mr.

Dye is unusually well preserved for his age, AS be walks from him Orl-jhome an to his office and downtown several times a day. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. T. C.

Dye and son, Robert Dye; Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Moore, Mr.

and Mrs. E. J. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.

E. J. Cheshire, Mr. and Mrs. Julian G.

Patrick and son. Richard; Mr. aud Mrs. D. Samjuels, Mr.

Grace and Mrs. George Angle.1 Atkins, Mrs. Thomas Largent, Mrs. Stella Nealls, Mrs. George Cox of the Tri-Towns; Mr.

land Mr8, H. A. Dye, Mr. and Mrs. John Workmeister, Mr.

and Mrs. T. CASS Dye, Cumberland; Mrs. na Taylor, Clarksburg, a guest at the Dye home. Personals Bertha Boal underwent an opcration at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carroll and family, Hagerstown, visited here. Miss Leona Seymour, Baltimore. visited her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. John Seymour. Mr. and Mrs. William Brickman and daughter, Miss Mary, and Miss Mabel Baker visited in Connells-! ville, Pa.

Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Haran, Hornell, N. visited his parents, and Mrs. Miles Haran.

Boy Scout Officers Offictals for Piedmont Troop Boy Scouts, for the coming year, were announced AS follows: Scoutmaster, Harry J. Biggs: as. scoutmasters, Harold Fredlock, Elton Baughman, David Baughman, Thomas Fazenbaker and Dr, P. Whitworth; scribe, Louis Hicks. Senior patrol leader, John Morrison; patrol leaders Panther, David Paugh; Raven, John Jones; Lion, Junior Dawson, Chairman of the court of honor.

Kenneth Barncord, Troop committee, W. H. Fredlock, F. E. Shugart, H.

F. Pinnell, F. Rose and Dr. J. H.

Wolverton. Newspaper for Mill Employes A newspaper called "The E. P. News" was issued by the Employes Protective Asociation and the Devon Club for the employes of the W. Va.

Pulp and Paper Co. The goals of the E. P. A. for the coming year Ag to labor conditions, i social activities and company i operation are presented in the first issue, together with the manage-! ment's decisions on the various The provisions of the Walshof the proposed program.

Healy bill which permits employes; TERRA ALTA Terra Alta, W. Jan. 9. The Woman's Christian Tem-1 perance Union met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O.

H. PArsOns. Mr. and Mrs. J.

W. Whitaker entertained with a turkey dinner. Covers were laid for thirty-one. Mrs. Walter Monroe Knapp, Brooklyn, N.

is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Wolfe. Mr.

and Mrs. D. E. Carruthers spent several weeks in Akron. The Preston County Court ed Freeman Miller, of Terra Alta, superintendent of the county and alms house to succeed the late Staley A.

Martin. Mr. and Mrs. E. C.

Arnold were called to Moundsville by the of their daughter, Mrs. Charles Wolfe. SWANTON Swanton Jan. 9. The Ladies' Aid of the U.

B. Church met at the home of Mary Shaffer. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Shaffer, Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur Green, Mr. and Mrs. Friend, Mrs. Bessie Warnick, Mrs.

Jerry Suitzer, Mrs. Deloris Friend. Mrs. Inez Sultzer, Mrs. Ray Custard.

Mra. Carrie Wigfeld, Mrs. Doris Friend, Misses Mary June Custard. Bettle Shaffer, Virginia Wigneld, Elizabeth Shaffer, Mellaid Switzer, Harold Green, Lynn Wigneld, Willie Warnick. Mrs.

Jerry Sultzer elected president; Mra. Bessie nick, vice president; Mra. Sultzer, secretary; Mrs. Elste Green, treasurer, Mrs. Doris Friend, Mrs.

Ray Custard and Deloris Friend, sick committee. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Inex Sultzer. Feb. 5.

Shanks Wedding Anniversary The children of Mr. and Mrs. H.I R. Shank of Swanton, surprised them last Saturday with A turkey dinner served on the dual occasion! of their forty-seventh wedding and, the sixty-Ofth birthday of Mrs. Shanks.

Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ramond Shank and children of Keyser, W. Samuel Shank and children, Cumberland; Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur Green and son Harold, Mrs. Carrie Wigheld and children, Personals Mrs. Florence Friend accompanied by Mrs. George Beckman visited her Infant daughter in a Baltimore hospital. Mr.

and Mra. Frank Yourlson, Pittsburgh, visited her aunt, Mrs. H. R. Shank.

Miss Virginia Wigneid and Harold Green visited their uncle, Raymond! Shank. Keyser, W. Va. GRANTSVILLE Grantsville, Jan. Church Notices Services for tomorrow are as follows: Catholic, 8 a.

Lutheran, school, 9:45 a. Metho-' dist, church school, 10 worship, 7:30 p. Reformed, Sunday school, 9:30 a. worship 10:30 a. C.

E. at 7 p. m. in the Methodist church. The Women's Missionary Society.

St. John's Reformed Church, will meet at the home of Mrs. Hobart Speicher Wednesday night. At consistory meeting' of the Reformed Church, Bash, pastor, held recently Fred Livengood was elected vice president and treasurer, Paul Kinsinger, secretary, and Harry Murray, financial secretary. Officers have been chosen by the Refonned Sunday school As follows: C.

O. Bender, superintendent; Mrs. Hobart Spelcher, assistant; John Beachy. secretary: Harold Setzer, assistant; and Fred Livengood, treasurer, The meeting of the Episcopalian Women's Guild at the Holmes-Wallace Studios which was scheduled for Tuesday night has been postponed until February. Social Events Miss Edna Duckworth entertainthe Teachers' Bridge Club Thursday night at the National Hotel.

Miss Ethel Broadwater was a guest. Honors were won by Miss Emma Caulk. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steinburg entertained at dinner Dr.

and Mrs. T. O. Broadwater, Mr. and Mrs.

Hayward F. Broadwater land Mr. and Mrs. John garten. Mr.

and Mrs. Hampton Butler, lot near Grantsville, entertained with 3 turkey dinner on their Those attenditig were: Mr. and Mrs. for -first wedding anniversary. iGuy Warnick and sons, Cresaptown, Mr.

and Mrs. Earl Burow, Listonburg, Mrs. Roy C. Patton and children, Mr. and Mrs.

Elwood Broadwater daughter, Shirley, Gransville: and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Butler, Mr. and Mrs. John Blocher, Mr.

and Mrs. William Yommer and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell and children, Mrs. Ethel Butler land son, Maurice, Edna and Victor Blocher, Jennings.

Recelvership Of Bank Changes Thomas B. Finan, receiver for the Citizens National Bank and The First National Bank of Frostburg, the First National Bank, 'of Midland, has been appointed as receiver for the First National Bank, of Grantsville, to succeed R. E. Silger, who has been in charge here for the past three years. Mr.

and Mrs. Sliger are moving to Frostburg where Mr. Sliger will be associated with Mr. Finan. Brief Mention Due to anticipated weather conditions, the officials have extended the starting time of the Grantsrilic school project until March 15, 1937.

Edgur Allen Bender sustained cuts about the face when he ran into a barbed wire fence while sled-riding. Charles Wiley, Bittinger, son of Mrs. Lydia Wiley, Grantsville, 1s at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland to undergo an operation. Mr. and Mrs.

Hampton Butler announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Ann, to Earl Burow, of Listonburg, Dec. 16, at Cumberland. CORRIGANVILLE Corriganville, Jan. 9 Ald Society Meets The Ladies' Aid Soclety of St. John's Reformed Church, met on Thursday afternoon at the church.

Members present were Mesdames Harry Barncord, Walter Barncord, Carl Barncord, John Clauson, Frank Delbrook, Bruce Dichl, Carl Dickle, Henry Geiger, Oklen Gelger, Henry Getson, Earl Hensel, Walter Hensei, Clarence Lapp, Bernard Martin, Harry Martz, Charles Miller, Jacob Matthews, Howard Matthews, Maurice Murry, Henry Nickle, Warren Printy, Martha Pengelley, Millard Smith, Homer Suder, R. A. Shoutz. Albert Snelson, Allen Shraider. Adolph Von Kaske, Eugene S.

Critchfield, Robert Jones, John Nine, and Lloyd Wade and Miss Irene Meyers. Visitors were Miss Florence Miller, Washington, and Rev. R. A. Shoutz, Hyndman.

Refreshments were served by Mrs. John Nine And Mrs. Albert Snelson. The Aid will hold its peanut sister I party at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Piquett, Jan.

14. PAW PAW Paw Paw. W. Jan. 9.

'The Willing Workers' Class of the Christian Church met at the home of Mrs. Hazel Bohrer, Those preswere Mesdames Myrtle Robertson, Pearl Sharp, Nellie Parlette, Ashby Ballcy, Hott, Hazel Kerns, Della Clark, Russia nette, Audrey Youngblood, Ethel Parlette, May Herrell, Harry lette, Grace Fear, Lona Benson; Ida Hogbin, Eva Hogbin, Wilds Hogbin, Hazel Bohrer, Allie Graham, Margaret Gorden and Zula Patterson. A party was held at the home of Mrs. May Herrell yesterday afternoon with 14 present. The Work and Win Class of the Christian Church held membership contest.

The Red side, which! lost, gave the White side a supper 'At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Robertson. Mrs. James Robertson La in Cumberland to see her mother who is very $11.

Henry (Nick) Miller and Mrs. N. P. Sharp, who have been very 111, are improving. Mra.

Pualine Clem 1a visiting In Fairmont. T. J. Hanrahan, superintendent of the Union Tanning Company, returned from New York where he attended the funeral of his 'ter. F.

B. Plough returned from Iron VA, LONACONING Lonaconing, Jan. 1 Shower For Recent. Bride A miscellaneous shower was held Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs.

James Lupis at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. William Brown The following were present: Misses. McKenzle, Irene Wiland, Della Scinta, Elia Relber, Ruth McFarlane, Leoma Foote and Joseph Bell, Beau Davis, Adrian Wilkinson, John Gentile, Perto PinNACO, P. Clige and Gerald Reeves. Mr.

and Mrs. Lupis were married last Sunday. Party For Visitor Mrs. A. Edwards entertained with three tables of bridge Thursday evening in honor of Mrs.

Taylor, Moline, honors going to Mrs. Taylor, Miss Emma Bradley and Miss Emily McAlpine. Other guests were Mrs. Mary Howard. Mrs.

William Mooney, Mrs. Louis Bell, Mrs. Gorman Mrs. E. Don Taylor, Misses Emma and Mildred Sloan and Mrs, James Bradley.

Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rice, Helena, Mont, visited the latter's parents, Rev.

and Mrs. John W. Briscoe, enroute to New York. Their daughter, Patricia, who accompanied them returned to Low Heyden School, Stamford, Conn. Trielma Dixon, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Harry Dixon, returned to school in Frederick. Lowell Sowers is at his home in Clearspring, Md. Mrs. George Dean, who 'visited her daughter, Mrs.

Lowell Sowers, went to Waynesboro, Pa. Justin Lawrie, director of music, Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington, visited Rev. and Mrs. John W. Briscoe.

John Tennant, Knapp's Meadow, Ls out after illness. James McGann is visiting in Youngstown, O. W. Va. Pulp and Paper Co.

Reports Increased Profits New York, Jan, Virginia Pulp de Paper company and subsidlaries for the fiscal year ended October 31 reported profit of 904,834 against $821, 683 in the preceeding year. After adding $329,442, portion of provision charged against; Income account in prior years for on marketable securities no longer required, there was A total: profit carried to earned surplus account of $2,234,256, against total profit pi $1,357,124 in year. OAKLAND Oakland, Jan, Welfare Board The Garrett County Welfare Board heard the report covering finances for December as follows: Old-age pensions, general public assistance, aid to dependent children, aid to needy blind, $126; administration, One hundred familles were celving assistance, 291 children receiving aid; 328 recelving old age pensions, and 7 recelving blind aid. Three old Age pensions were passed And 21 children's cases were reviewed and approved. There will be a CCC enrollment January 11, the county's quota beIng 10.

Oakland Firemen Elect Officers elected by the Oakland Fire Department for 1937 are: Edward A. Shaffer, president; William R. Browning, -president; James secretary: Walter W. Dawson, treasurer; Emory Bolden, chief; Grover C. Stemple, first assistant chief; James Lewis.

second assistant chief; C. Milton Sinceli, captain: Ralph T. Thayer, A. G. Goriner, W.

W. Dawson, members of the standing committee. Christmas Bulb Vandals Kenneth Elchelberger and Clyde Dayton, members of the Potomac CCO camp, were arrested Monday on a charge of destroying a number of Christmas tree bulbs. The bulbs were taken from the curb Christmas trees and the munity tree, and according to offfcers were being used for snowballs, no snow being available at the time. Dayton was released in custody of the captain of Potomac camp, while Eichelberger remains In the County pending hearing before A magistrate.

Several young boys of town were also caught stripping bulbs from the trees and were severly reprimanded but no arrests were DEER PARK Deer Park, Jan, 9. The M. E. Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. C.

L. Brown. Those present were Mrs. Robert Thrasher, Mrs. E.

E. Sollars, Mrs, Carl Lohr, Mrs. Bertha Lohr, Mrs. Wayne De Witt, Mrs. T.

H. Mosser, and Miss Mary Sollars. The meeting next month will be at the home of Mrs. D. R.

Hinebaugh. Miss Nina Switzer, Piedmont, visIted Mrs. Carl Lohr, Mr. and Mrs. C.

George, Mra. E. E. Sollars and Mrs. W.

E. George attended the funeral of A relative at Petersburg. Robert De Witt, Morgantown, viaited here. Mrs. Allan Thrasher, Baltimore, Miss Anna Thrasher, R.

H. Thrasher, Washington, D. and Harrison Thrasher, visited Mr. And Mrs. Paul Thrasher, Keyser, Mrs.

T. H. Mosser WAS Grafton vialtor Saturday. LEASE POSTOFFICE SITE Davis, W. Jan.

9-The Davis postoffice will continue in its present Incation for at least Ave years. The Postoffice Department announced leasing of the quarters from the National Bank of Davin, effective March I. 100 Acre Farm For Sale 7 mites West of Frostbure, mile South National Highway, 10 acres in good state of cultivation, rest in valuable wood land and pasture, some abundance limber. fruit. Good water, of Wheat and Rye growing, ploughing dona.

Modern 8 room house, large bank basem*nt tarm, silo and outbuildings. Will sell naked, farm or with machinery, crops and stock. Down payment, remainder to suit purchaser. Richard T. Layman R.

F. No. 1, No. 20, Lonaconing, Md. PALACE LYRIC THEATRE THEATRE Sunday-Monday Tuesday Sunday Monday THE CHARLIE GREAT CHAPLIN ZIEGFELD in William Powell MODERN Myrna Loy Luise Rainer TIMES Matinees Daily Matinee Sunday Specially Prepared STOKER COAL Swanton Mines Barton, Md.

On George's Creek Boulevard JENKINS McCALL COAL CO. FROSTBURG, MD. SPRING DRESSES In the new June Arden, Wayne Maid and Queen Make Hines of Wash Frocks. Smart styles in well made, full cut sizes, featuring the newest materials, patterns and colors. All sizes.

Priced $1.00 $1.98 $2.98 YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED WITH THE MANY LOVELY SELECTIONS One Lot of Women's. Now 2-PIECE PAJAMAS Iy $1,00. Broadcloth and cotton crepe. Plains and fancies, Regular- 69c On Sale! Enna Jettick $5.00 and $6,00 Shoos, Celanese Oxfords, Pumps and $3.45 $3.95 Checks Straps and Cashed WithOne Lot Broken Sizes at $1.95 and $2.95. out Charge One Lot Children's and Women's All Wool SLIP OVER SWEATERS Regularly $1.00, $1.59 $1.98 400 Less CHILDREN'S COATS On Sale At Price Prices range $5.95, $7.95, $10.95, $13.95 Less Children's One Lot of Children's Wash Print Silk Dresses DRESSES Ages 7 to 16 years On Sale! Regularly $1.98 and $2,98 Withers Cinderella, Models Shirley Temple Aged and 1 to Jane 6 LESS NOW and 7 to 14, Regular Prices $1.00 and $1.98.

Children's cap and soar! sets. Sale 69Cand $1.29 Regularly THo de $1.00. Prices Now leas 1 The Hitchins Brothers Co. Frostburg, Md..

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