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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 20, 1946, Cumberland, Maryland                                Paridnt Mrs Smith Marks Traveled uiCovered Was u v T Mrs Broadwjtter on at Age of three and Parsons vWVVav Auir Florence Spilth of Davis brated birthday since herbirthAugust 18 1857 She was borji near fowaand at the age of threewith her parents Robert C and Rebecca Ann Wilson Traveled from Iowa to Missouri ii a covered wagoriiln1862 whea shewas live her parents Joseph Missouri to Cumberland Md by train arid she Jived there unit her On September 7 she married to James David Siulth at Uie home of her parents near Plinth stone MS by a Key a Methodist minister and they travel ed by horseback for five miles to a wedding reception in their honor Ten years nfter their marriage they cameto Davis where Mi Smith was employed at the tannery He died December 26 1899 Mrs Smith maintained her own home until four years ago In September 1043 she decided to visit her daugh She in Mrs Brady M Harr She enjoys reading the headlines of newspapers ard knitting She is almost blind due to cataracts but can stfil see headlines She enjoys perfect health and loves to visit withfriends On Sunday at the Harr home a special dinner was given in her honor Trith places laid for Mrs Norval Cox and Mrs June Donnelly of Baltimore Md nieces of Mrs Smith Mr and Mrs Smith the parents of fivechildren two of whom died in Infancy One daugh ter MrsJames C Cooper Sr ol uavis died in 1941 The two daugh ters living are Mrs Harr and Mrs Emigh She also hfts nine grand children and eight greatgrandchil dren American Legion Elects Cecil M Stalnaker of Parsons was elected commander of Cheat Valley Post No i l4targedWitniB who died attaekvat hope near BiUinger tnornlngf will be conducted tXsm6r 7 Mopuiiau of Potomac Heights is iii county jail charged with wasa daugh ter of the late Benjamin and Mary niarried October 26 1808died ten years ago Sbc was a life member of the Church of the Surviving are a son Clyde Broad water pf Lanark 111 a daughter Mrs Tjawrence Brennemanof Bit tinger four stepchildren Mrs Cora Holl of Albany Ore Mrs Laura Vanderbieof Preston Minii Mrs Fannie Ault and Mrs Clara Speleh botn of Accident 21 enuidchtl and a number of great grartd childten Two sisters Mrs Nancy Griffith of Mill Run and Mrs Amanda Listen of Listonburg Pa aleo survive Floyd A Swauger Tfcefi StatePolice recovered 4 stolen ar belonging to S P Bosley after it had been wrecked on the Pifid moutKey serroad Efctiirday morning The automobile was parked on the B and lot Bosley wfis at work and he had not yet missed it when it was found wrecked John C Shannon is being held in he Minernl county jail charged with In the cur is beingheld as a mate rial witness The automobile is a 1932 coupe and was wrecKed culvert Shannon was picked after a check at Potomac Valley the Rev Grantsvtlle a late Isaac and Virginia Layman He was unmarried are three brothers G and Richard Swaueer of Grants ville and Harrison Bwauger of St Paul Pa and two sisters Mrs Des sie Junkins of Kitzmiller and Mrs Margaret Junkins of Wheeling W Thrush Services Keyser W Va Aug services forJaires Albeit Thrush 81 prominent retired farmer and vice president of Keyser National Bank who died Thursday were conducted vest or day afternoon at the home on Halda street The Rev John C B MeLaugbbn pastor of First Presby terian Church officiated and inteir ireut was in Queens Point cemetery Pallbearers were John S Wilson Warren Boggs James Welch Stan commander for the past year Other officers elected include Joe Hill first vicecommander Baiph Tyree second vicecommander R K McClain adjutant Dale Kisner treasurer E G Moorman service officer Arthur Fuhrman sergcant atarms Harold Shaffer historian and Howatd Phillips chaplain Doe Deer Killed By Car Fielding Kyer game protector reports that Sgt J p Home of the Thomas State Police detachment Policeman Lawrence Arnold of Thomas and Sheriff O G Hovatter found R doe weighing about 140 pounds dead on Backbone Mountain near the stone crusher on Route 219 a recent evening He stated that the next morning Earl Sim mons of Hambleton reported to him that a large deer had run into hjs car Personal and General Mr and Mrs Gienn Howes nnd children of Akron are guests of Mr and Mrs Isaac Armstrong of Hambleton Gunners Mate 1c Clarence Murray spent a leave with his mother in Parsons after two years in the Mediterranean area with the Navy He will report to Washington for further assignment Mr and Mrs Woodrow Bowley and Frank Rowley of Detroit are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Frank Bowley of Hambleton Mrs Colleen Collett and daugh ter Jean and Mrs D A Edwards Buck Miss Helen Stemple of Hamble ton is spending this week in Wash ington as a guest of Mr and Mrs Tobias Mftteer Mr and Mrs Estel Ford and children of Charleston are guests of the formers brother Robert Ford of Hamblelon They were called here tine to the death of Mrs Fred Combs Mr and Mrs Frank Hartsfeltz and sou of DuEois Pa nre the guests of Mrs Emma Mateer in Hambleton Mrs Genevieve Anvil of Charles Mra Roy Griffith in Hambleton jranK Vachon accompanied bv Troy Shoemaker left this week for Anther Lakes Colo where v VJsU the sistei Lee Snyder Parsons W Va Aug 2 Snyder 11yearold son of Clarence and Gladys Floyd Snyder of Man ningtpn died of rheumatic fever in a Charleston hospital last Saturday Recording to word received here by his uncle and aunt Mr nnd Mrs Guy Floyd Also surviving are t brother Stephen Snyder at home his ma ternal grandmother Mrs Ella Floyd of Mannington and his paternal grandfather Mr and Mrs Snyder attended the funeral in Mannington Jeuntaps tiller Jr Piedmont W Va Aug vices for Jennings Liller Jr 23 native of Luke and the only son of Mr and Mrs Jennings Litter of 3410 Hamilton avenue Baltimore who vas killed in an automobile accident early Jast Thursday morning were held Sunday afternoon at Fanview Christian church five miles east of Capon Bridge W Va Veteransof For eign Wars conducted military rites at his home in Baltimore Sunday morning Pallbearers were Junior Wilcox William Robert Mullen Edward Pendergast Hnskeii Bell and John Niland ail of the TriTownssectlon tiller was driving alone when his ear overturned on a curve iear Essex Md pinioning him beneath the vehicle A passing motorist stopped and picked him up otter being attracted by the contlmious blowing of the hom His neck was broken In the Army for threeyears Lillei was discharged last October as a tech A r r fh Air Force n the ETO and was a a fortref s WRS vln Pli3 rnv G4rmans and i May IMS He was a graduate of ployed by the Gas and Electric Company at Baltimore Among those attending the fur i Mrs j of Mullan avenue Luke Mrs C A Combs of Keyser Mr and Mrs Heber Parsons and Mrs Haitie Leith of Romney W Va Mr and Mrs Chancey Guess and theireon Wallace GUCEK of Martinsburg W Va Mr and MrsJack Ours Hag crstown Md Mr and Mrs Cletus Pyles of Indiana ru Mr and Mrs Denzil Pyles of Baltimore Paul of Ohio and Miss Joann Thoniss W Va Aug WBgfitaff Elkins were Buests d find Mrs Ray Pasei is a teacher in the Ejkins sSHopla and Mr WsgsiBff re centlyreturned from two years ser the tlieft oi the automobile Wilson who was a and Mr re1umecl to their home in Binning 3 two sons York after a vacation Hiere Tliey were accompanied home by Mrs Ethel Montzars and daughter Mrs Livingston Chambers who has been visiting her mother Mrs O NFiunell has returned to her home in Annapolis Md Mr aiid Mrs R C Bealle of Canaan Valley spent the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs W P Hott Mr and Mrs Donald Taylor of Akron and Mr and Mrs Edgar Taylor of Marttaaburg W Va returned to their homes after spending the weekend with Mrs Blanche Taylor Miss Beatrice GBell underwent an operation last Friday at Mf m orinl Hospital Cumberland Md Mrs Rhoda Kenesly has gone to Chicago to visit friends and rein times Mrs J H Dean and daughter Helen Dean nre visiting her moth er Mrs Ella Saum in Strasburg Va Mr and Mrs James Lyons and children of AVashington are visit ing her mother Mrs Mary Cline Misses Jo Smith Eloise Twigg Elaine Day and Jo Ann Kesscl are spending a week in Atlantic City and New York Mr and Mrs Stewart Tyman an nounce thebirth pf ason Sunday at Potomac Valley Hospital Mr and Mrs Edison Brondwater of Barton announce the birth of a daughter Monday at Potomac Valley Hospital Mr and Mrs Fremont Hailes of St Petersburg Fla is spending two weeks with relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Hoy Bane announce the birth of a son Sunday at Po tomac Valley Hospital Mr and Mrs M G Reynolds are visiting relatives to Oakland Md Patients at Potomac Valley Hos include Mrs Fulk Aniett Arnold of Bayard and H G Marick of Kitzmiller Md Mr nnd Mrs W W Harris of Barberion Ohio arc visiting the letters parents Mr and Mrs I W Hershey Jesse H Taylor of Deer Park Md attended the funeral of James A Thrush Mre D G Lough Mrs Gene Cle venger and Miss Margaret Jordan are spending s tan day vacation at Virginia Beach Va Mrs Cliff Wilson of Pennsboro W Va called here by the death of James A Thrush Is visiting Mrs Grace Thrush Mr and Mrs James A Clarke of McCoole visited with Mr and and other friends and relatives in Parsons and Hamfclrton over the weekend Set A M Hott son of Mr Mrs W P Hott who has been sta tioned in Japan has arrived home to visit his wife and parents Mr and Mrs Richard Thrush of and Miss Sallie Thrush wrjn ton of James A Thrush Miss Joyce ChenoweUi a visit with relatives Pa v Arthur M Quattro is visiting uvlOumbjeriand and Keyser Philadelphia Charles Oolabrese Philadelphia is and JJlrs A Foreman and daughter returnedto their home in aay City t I New York Mrs Homer S Bergdoll Elkins visited here with friends Alfon Bartktis of Detroit and his brother Edward Bartkujs of Mdr Earitown visited their patents Mr and MrsRalph Bartkus U LeyeU CooperriierUinel the Sew wgvClub fa het hoitoe aft ernfjoh Secres Bisters were reveal for on Bicfdrie Rotariaus Aug iPiotary Club lost night at theLaymaji FamiA nextsejiri A gift exchange was ield wnobg tguestg Gueatis were Harold PJieJps Charles Coffman C W P O Clarif B Cleaver C Q SmitK J Charles Laymaji had S ClaudeCampbell Gilbert T pdward Stipe Robert anarlntroduced tix guest spealcer aovvt O Levdlof NeivnanGa Buskirk and MissNancy smith spcike on Pales tine1 eijipbafilzlngthc po lltical ai5c3 comnierclal inipllcatiOris of the present troubles in that week the club willhave DUtrlct Governor tee Lincoln as 1 Jrwas host ess to trie Blacfcwitter Bridge Club in her home a rccent eyening when were awarded to Mrs Earl t Miss Veronica Nichols is Vlsitlnc Cl9n and nwses relatives in Cumberlajid more be held after tlie regular meeting Health Clinic Zihlnian The monthly health clinic will be held at Zlhlmnii Community Hal Friday at 2 p m Tills clinic is for children of preschool ligetand isattenaed by a physi cian and nurses of the AUegany BaltiCounty Health Department Par ents of the surfouhdihe area should Mrs Mrs J C Sharp and Miss Mildred Eshelman Mrs Whijip Honored iiouojeii mother Mrs Mary Whlpp with a dinner on her birth day Pink and green were the predominating colors in Uie ald and Mrs Bernard Johnson daughterJane Ann guests and Mrs James Cooper Jr Mrs Stewart Cooper underwent an operation in Davis Memorial Hospital Elkins brlile festivities Zimmerman Weds Texas Man Kilty Campbell Zhnuiev nian Becomes Bride of James P McCracken at a jointmeetmg of members of the Frostbure Fire Department anci the Anon Band The affair will be field in conjunction with tlie Veter ans Homecoming celebration here on Labor Day Plans include daily band concerts and a varied program of dances and other entertainment divejKions The Joint committee will be headed by Alvin Rankin Clarence Powers and Robert Glodfeliy and will include Romney W Va Aug noon today the Presbyterian church the scejie of the wed ding of Miss Kitty Campbell Zim merman daughter of Joshua Soule Zimmerman and the late Mrs Kitty Vance Zimmerman to James Patis of Cisco Texas son of Mrs Elizabeth McCracken and the late James P McCracken Th Rev Allan Jones pastor of th church performed the ceremony Given in marriage by her father the bride wore her mothers wed ding gown of ivory faille silk made with a fitted bodice trimmed in seed pearls and lace and a full skirt with a long train Her veil of tulle was attached to a Juliet cap also trimmed in seed pearls and she carried a shower bouquet of Brandjwine roses Mrs Garnett Kerr Kump was her sisters matron of honor and Miss Marian Elizabeth Zimmerman niece of the bride was junior maid They wore bouffant dresses of frosty green and duety pink taffeta with head dress of sweetheart roses and pastor of st Michaels Catholic bouquets of the same Floyd Thomas of Cozad Nebraska was best man Tlie ushers were Judge Gavnett Kerr Kump of this city H R Little of Washington Vance Zimmerman a brother ot the bride of Berkeley Springs and William Kiser of Romney Miss Betty Sloan Williams pinycd several selections preceding the ceremony among others DeBussys de Lime and Liebestraum at followed by the wedding march fromLohengrin Soft music concluding w 1 th wedding march Aluncheon was served at Mil Meadow immediately following the ness in for examination Is no charge for this service of Tnf tve for a was centeredwith a Irirge four tier ed birthday cake Mrs Whipp re gifts and cards from Places were laid for Mrs W Bailey of SaJina Kdnsw Mrs Harmon iirid sou Mr and and children discussed last night Harold Phelps and son Harry and Armentrout liam Wilderman with additional members from the band to be ap pointed K of C Officers Installed D Hugh Nolan local postal em ploye installed grand knight last evening at a meeting Frost Council No 1442 Knights of Columbus Nolan succeeds John L Casey who served as head of the council if years The installation ceremonies were conducted by Stanley R Fretwell district deputy Cumberland Other off jeers installed were Rev Fran cis B Montgomery chaplainJ Le roy Crowe deputy grand knight John G Kylus chancellor George Pugh recorder Ross LaPorta fin ancial secretary Joseph T Cos grove treasurer Rev Regis F Lar kin lecturer Thomas Carl De laney advocate William F Sulli van warden Frank Markey inside guard guard James O Miller Joseph Preeland outside Patrick ORourke and Francis P Peretti trustees Rev Regis F Larkln assistant church spoke on the life of st Francises Cafarinl who was recent ly canonized E A Cosgrove Cilmbcrland grand knight of that council invited the FrasHmrg Knights of Columbus members to a stag picnic to be held nt Malampbys Beacli Sundny Personal and General Junior Chamber of Cotn merqe will meet Thursday at p m at hall wedding for the party and Mr and Mrs Israel Sapiro of Bal timore and Mr ana Mrs P H Mendelsohn and son Howard East street are vacationing at Deep Mr is in stimorc out of town guests After a bridal tour in the east Mr and Mrs will make their hame in Cisco Tiie bride is a graduate of Wesfci Virginia University and a mem ber of the Phi Mu sorority She served as a WAVE for tliree years and attained the rank of lieutenant and was discharged in June Mr McCracken was ulso in the armed forces serving in the Far East area and a first Heutennt of Infan Ito 2Ceiit Pav Hike each ether for over ten years C F Jacoby of Kert Ohio and Martin of Cuyahoga Fa L Ohio of Mr Moon Hyndman of Warren Ohio Ir and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr arid Mrs Phillippi are guests of Mrs H Dale Ridgeway Anselc Mrs Hyndman Pa Autr 20 Mrs j Pearl Poling of Cumberland was a guest at the home of Mr and Mrs JRoy Meryzes lichard Coughlir and Carol Lee of Peckville visiting Mrs Coughlins mother Mrs Mable Schlcuse at the j home of Mrs Louise Wood Guests at the home ofMr and Mrs George Cock were Mr ana iMrs J B Cook and son Lloyd of Mcycrsdale Pa Mr and Mrs j Charles Smouse and Mr and Mrs Lsopnrd of Bedford and Mrs Robert Westernport Md Aug 2ft Following two meetings of workers yesterday afternoon a twocent hourly increase offer was rejected hy 1200 union employes of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company plant at Luke it was announced by Harry M McGowan president of Local 676 United Paper Workers of America CIO McGowan added that the com panys offer was unanimously re jected and that the U S Depart ment of Labor was notified that a dispute i nnd the I company snld thfi union fat hourly in try when discharged Heis now assistant coshier of the First Na tional Bank of Cisco Brief Mention Mrs George H Zimmerman and daughter Marian of Charleston W Va are visiting here Mr and Mrs H R Little and daughters Ellen and Ann of Mt Kainier Md are guests here Miss June Armstrong Miss Edith Weltner Lt Com dr and Mrs John Keener Lt Comdr John Skinner all of Washington are guests of friends Edgar R Zimmerman and Mrs Edmund L Keeney Baltimore Md Mr nnd Mrs George H Zimmer man and Mrs Rose M Holland of Louisville Kyare visiting here Mr and Mrs Gordon D Farrar of Bethesda Md Flojd Thomas of Cozad Neb Mrs Elizabeth Mc Cracken and daughter Elizabeth of Cisco Texas and Mr and Mrs Vance Zimmerman of Berkeley Springs W Va arc visitors here Jack Bollino and sons James Anwiony and Joseph Bollino profes sional w and anri Jvlr ana Mrs Wlllinm Bollino and son New York returned after visiting nt Bollino West Main street Thomas Lehr are home after vacationing in tunore where they were Mr and Mrs William iiU6c home and on their yacht Mr and Mrs Dundalk returned parents Mr and nnd Mr and Mrs Myron Lehr Enoch Plunkett Is home Harr Jecbmtiohs The table GruntsviUe Caiiips To picnic GranisvUle Aug an nual picnic of the Woodmen of the Vyorld camps of Garreli county will be held at SpoerlclnB Grove Accl cEeot Sunday August 25 A basket picnic dinner will beserved at noon other refreshments available on Ftintstoite Program Atteiicied By 350 FilnUtoDB Ailg rtStiy weather Sunday approximately 350 persons attended the program of the second annual FUnUtone Cir cuit Day held at the Prosperity chmch on the Beans Cove Road the grounds the message using as his topic Christian Banners The afternoon program opened with group singing followed by Jt program frotn the Fltntstone Mt Herman Murleys Branch Mt Collier Oakdale Cheneyfiville nnd Ann and LoweU Jr and y Cri Personals Mr arid Mrs John C Mott and children of Philadelphia are guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs L H Mott i Mr and Mrs Sterling McLean and daughters Patty and Helen have returned to their home in Pittsburgh after visiting Mr nnd McLean Recent guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Drijden have been Mr and Mrs Brooks Merrifield and daughter Jane Mr and Mrs Eldon Merrifield and daughter Patricia Cecil Keener and Paul Stuck all of Fairmont W Va Miss Josephine Gruden of Cleveland Mr and Mrs Tony Gruden of Bedford Ohio and Miss Anna Gruden of McConneville Pa i Weekend guests of Mr and The morning program gotunder way at 10 a m with Sunday school tod an address Jor ages At 1 by Walter A Dawaou of Oakland Softbsll and other games win fea ture during the afternoon AU fam ilies and friends of Woodmen arc welcome to attend Personal and General J Fred Grimm of Cumber land and son BHolly Grimm and wife pi New Orleans La aie Prosperity The Rev guests of the formers brother and IE Lee Shaw pastor of Park Place wife Mr and Mrs W C Grimm jMethodist church was guest speaker Mrs George Sally Bowers ofj Special music was furnished by Jtrvnings is Improving from alPhylls McKenzie and Carrol Jean slight paralytic stroke suffered last Marker who gave several on the accordion and xylophone The Rev Hartman sang a request number This World Is Not My Home Brief Mention Beginning Monday August 26 and continuing all week a vacation Bible school vill be held at the Assem bly of God church Gllpintown The Rev Stanton Verts is pastor Louis Stimmel of Martinsburg W Va spent tlie week end wilh his soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Farlow and fam Mr and Mrs Hayward F Broad water of Grahtsviilc and Mr and Mis R C Chaney of Washington are spending this week at Mr Chaneys cottage on Chesapeake Bay Mrs Mollie Frost Turner of Bal tlmore spent the past week with s 5 Mr and Mrs William Turner of Shade Mills and Mr and MM Guy Stnnton of near Grantsvlllc Mr and Mrs William Edwards of Baltimore chief petty officer and Verle Edwards of Washington were guests of Mr and Mrs George Edwards Mr and Mrs Frank Osbbm and daughter Shirley of Hamburg N Y spent several days with Mrs Osborns sister and husband Mr and Mrs C S Zelter Mr Osborn is B former teacher in the Grants vlile school Mr and Mrs George Church of Little Crossing announce the birth of a daughter in Memurial Hospital Cumberland Mr and Mrs Carl Richter an nounce the birth of a son August 16 at Hazel McGlIvery Hospital Meyersdale Pa Mrs C CAsbby of Asbby Tavern spentseveral days with Mrs Char Ins Burk Elkins W Va weekend guests oi Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs ClarenceA Bevans Wayne Spiggle and family were of Muncie Ind spent several days Mrs Charles Dvorak and Mrs A S Bowman of Cleveland Mrs Joseph Plum of Fairmont and John Spig gle of Point Pleasant W Va Mr and Mrs Clifton Armstrong nd daughter and Mr and Mrs Lester Veiring of Akron are visiting Mi and Mrs Claude C Campbell Mrs Jean Illari of Baltimore is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Walter Gnegy Mr ard Mrs Forrest Bowman and son of Petersburg W Va and Capt Carl Darkey Chaplain TJ S Army Washington were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs P 5 Bow piau Moorefield Moorefteld W Va Aug Vernou L Dyer of Petersburg was the guest of honor and special speaker at a CircleAuxilinry meet ing of the Womans Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church arecent eve ning A covered dish supper was served at after which the cir cles held short business meetings and then met jointly for the Auxil iary Mrs R W Love conducted the bible study Brief Mention with their sister ily The Murleys Branch church will hold a social Friday evening Au gust 23 at Hie church Lav OBicn of Edward 1 onnEn ov Hobwt vs Betty Btair No 19517 Equity Inthe Circuit Cmitt tor Allegftc County The ol tliia suit is procure a a divorce a vinculo matrlcrtOQli ol the Plaintlfl from Deltnanct The bill states that the turtles riertto wore married August 1B35 lit Cumberland Maryland and that a ol tMd marriage one child was born rnmely Nancy Jo born In November who rfrldet with the Defendant The bill further states thin the driena ant at divers and placed breji cuilty of trie crime ot adultery iind that tbf Plaintiff has Dot lived or cohabited with sMd Defendint he discover ed her adulterous conduct The bill further natesthat th Complainant bt riiiUed to the custody and guardlanbhlp ol Nancy Jo Bean minor child born of said rrtr rlage The Comntalnant is a resident of the Etite ol Marylsna ird the Dtlendont la a Doureiident ol the State ot Maryland It Is thereupon this Ultti Jav of Aupmt lite by the Circuit Court lor Allfgtny County in equity ordered that the plain tier by causing copy ol thin order to br published in some newspaper once in each of four Auuccsilve vreebs belorc the 20th day of September 1946 givtnc notice ic the said absent detfndant ol the object and purpose of this suit and worning her to be and appear In this Court in person Mr and Mrs Blaine Biltinger ot Baltimore were guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Lawrence Q Bittinger Mrs Cora Kight Somerville of Slate Mills Va and Mrs Bertha C Kight of National City Calif spent the past ueek with Ethel and Viola Broadwarer Mrs Kight and Mrs Somerville who have visited or by solicitor on or before the 7ih other relatives here the past month o October we to shov cause u any will leave this week for the mers home in Virginia Mrs Thomas R Ferrell has reJTrue Copy turned from Memorial Hospital I Cumberland Her twin dauglUers remain at the hospital for the present passed as prayed decree should not br JACKSON Cltrk 1 ROBERT JACKSON Orfc t TAlift 707 Sept EXECTiTOHS NOTICE I THIS TS TO GIVE NOTICE That the Mr and Mrs Elmer Swauger anj obuiupd from the court o county f iesiamcntary on iho of Jiincs Hftiry Hughna ol AllRuny County Maryland ttccrasttl AU piirionj vtratd to exhibit iht same wild ihe Touchrrn thereof duly to tlir Mibfcribrr on or before the nounce the birth of a daughter Mary Jane at their home in Jen nings August 3 Mrs Paul Livengoad nnd children havins ctaimu njainst the ancf Mrs Frances Taylor of Alex andria Va visited Mr and Mrs Fred Livengood of Fpbrury ISAI Thfj may ociir Miss Mary Helen GnaRey RN of I bil bc from ail bcir IP I1 Yl s A to mnkt immediate pnvment Given under our hands tblj 2nd GV ol AuguM 1946 WILLIVM HOOHES 131 Hill B JOHN R fflTOHES 76 Sprint SI Klecutors Bethesda M Hospital visited Dr and Mrs Woy celebrated their wedding anniversary Fridny Mrs Charles A Sutton of Mount Clare spent several dajs with her steler Mrs Cecil Eby Mr and Mrs Bernard Ireland and family of Atlantic City are visiting Mr and Mrs M W Gam ble Mrs Gary in Meyersdaye PR T5 Thomas O Bender of Fort Meade spent several days with his parents Mr and Mrs C O Bender Adi IVoscburg Watland and son Cary Jr of Cleveland who have been spending their vacation and Mrs N W Sr in Memphis Tenn N W KuvKenj House When Boat Engine Explodes Annapolis Md Aug 20 Carter 3 of Colmar Manor was in serious condition at the Emer gency Hospital here today suf fering from bums over his entire body after an explosion that wrecked his 44foot cruiser Barbara Anne at nearby Woodland Beach Joseph Fusco captain of the Woodland Beach Fire Company said the Barbara Anne had just and Mrs John T Claire Miss Jerry Vance went to Balti more to begin nurses training at the Church Home and Hospital Mrs C D Bowman who spent several doys with Mr and Mrs Ir vin Bowman left for her home in Akron Miss Lee Harper Amby Harper and Nancy and Joan Tate of Bipj lersville Pa visited relatives recently Have you Tried ED LEW KING SIZED GLAZED DONUTS Fresh Daily PARISE CONFECTIONERY 85 East Main Street Frostburg LAST TIMES PALACE K I T T Y MAT1NTCE NIGHT wilh PuuleUe GoddanS Kir Milland WEDNESDAY ONLY TINOCCHIO Mrs Marvin and son of Winchester Va spent last week with relatives here Lawrence Kemp received his hon orable discharge from tlie Njivy n Bainbridge Md after 13 LAST TIMES TONIGHT taken on a full tank of gasoline yesservice and has returned to hii terdny when Carter started herlome here engine The ensuing explosion tore William nnd Manning Muntziiv tire craft apart sending debris hlch into the air he said the new contract were begun August 7 and adjourned after several days They were resumed last Wednesday and efforts of the negotiators were defeated at yesterdays meetings In Westernport Westernport Aug H Lin coln of Coudcrsport Pa governor spent the past week M Cnmp Snli lec near Kingwooci Miss Marjorie Brennen of Jvcn Orleans is visiting Mr and Mr Martin Kelley Mrs Claude Wilson and son Rnb ert spent last week with Simci Turner and family in Alexandria Vs WEST OF THE ALAMO with Jimmy WaKclv While LYRIC DANGEROUS INTRUDER willi Charles Arnt Veda Ann Borjr Its pay hte official visit tne TrJTowns Rotary Club at crease wilh an additional five cents jmlttee member for second shift workers and ten cents for third shirt workers The union also for a closed shop iti4caiCJM j 5 j f f Z hf M gxjrritjyi The present wages paid at Rotary International j Luke plant call for 83 cents per hour as base pay the union presi dent said During the fwo meetings AfcGow nn Wilbur Johnson first vice presi dent Benjamin Wilson second vice president and Allan Poland corn tomorrow 1 15 J1m at tne Westernport Serj will hold a and Lincoln with the Rev and Mrs William Bennett of Tolfflo Ohio are guests of friend Mrs Rose Slegner returned from Builcr Pn where she was a suast Barton Aug 20 Revnnd MrsGeorge Ravrrmna returned from Washington afer visiting his daiiRhter MJss Bailey and Mr nrd Mrs Praiicis HU Paul acctim inomas panled hiin ulerc and will nrjd i and Lignt of Mcnk with his sisters Pittsburgh visited the letters inolh from New York where fe tittendprfi MJW Erode of Saltsourg scnool for six QCQPa is visiting her pnrcnU Mr find Miss Reba Downey Is confined Brwis hcr home at Kitzmillcr wilh a nrrv s Raymond Johmlon and ons condition family returned to ConncMniiii At the meetings held in the Red Hall the members voted nouslv to return the four man committee to Washington to confer wilh company officials un der the jurisdiction of a conciliator McGovan said negotiations for r spoke on the clauses clmtrmen of the local club at Milton he contract offered byICIntTes cottage on Deep creek ljakE toor contained in the the union The four men will return to Washington this week along Tvith Hugh M ORourke personnel man ager and Dan R Stnley training director both employed on the staff E tomorrow evening Russlnns eat sunflower seeds ta Americans chew gum For Snle of the plant personnel o discuss j Wooden plastering laths Phone the pmsfint deadlock over wsges FroKtbmR 422W MrGowan said 20 Creamed Chicken and Waffles Every Tuesday Gunfertown H MILES FROM FUOSTBCTRG Miller of JinirsPa n guest nt lhc hoiac of Mr ircnm Jnld Tnomas Mr and Mre j Mtllegan and1 aftflr days visit with Boas of Pittsburgh were weekend iMrs mother Mre Gcrt at the home of Mr and Mra vdc shafrer Walter Mctz Miss Jeanne Miller of Connelk Mrs Vcrda L Michael returned villp PasPent tne weekend at tie afur spending the weekend with MrxPhilomene Miller her daughters Misses Sliirley L Verlys J Michnnl nt the Hotel I For Sale Etatlcr Washington T lyc Maytag gnsoiine motor One wrs uavia Rohertsrvn 7 has took stove acre lot in Grants lAdverfisemcnt NTAug 1719201 A M till Noon Only TO SATIN SJLIPS Heres dramatic savings for Wednesday morning only Our complete stock of these fine siips re duced for these few hours only Tea rose only in sizes 34 to 40 S 254 PLEASE NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS DEPARTMENT STORE SPECIALEXTRASPECI At JITTER BUG CONTEST Tuesday Evfnlns This AiiRust 20th at THE FORT ASHBY by JIMMY ANDHEWS His Orchrstra Doncrno tram 9 til tl Phone Romney 141 f 37 Watching The Cars Go By New cars are appearing on the market in steadily growing volume and theyre beauties No matter whattype of oufa you decide to buy youll be outinfronf if you finance i with on AUTO LOAN from Frostburg National Bank Well be giod to explain this plan to and of course the payments are fitted to your needs BUY AT HOME FINANCE AT HOME FROSTBURt HATIQHil BIHK   

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