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Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Cumberland, Maryland The Cumberland saturday july 21 1973 Coren on Bridge by Charles h Goren tit weekly Bridge quiz q South vulnerable you hold kq10s4 the bidding has proceeded South West North East pass pass l 0 pass 1 3 pass l it pass what do you bid now q vulnerable As South you hold aj95 076 4ak107s4 the bidding has proceeded South West North East l pass l 0 piss what do you bid now q South vulnerable you hold the bidding has proceeded North East sooth West 1 pass l y pass 2 a pass 3 pass 3 o Dwe what do you bid now q 4 neither vulnerable partner opens with one no Trump and you hold vkj9753 what is your response q s both sides Vulner Able you have 60 part score and you hold vak4z of jus 6aqi2 your righthand opponent opens with one heart what do you bid q South vulnerable you hold 4k a 6 5 Vij 0a 3 7 4 the bidding has proceeded South West North East 1 pass l 0 pass f what do you bid now q 7 neither vulnerable As South you hold s3 oj38764 the bidding has proceeded South West North East 1 0 pass l v pass 2 0 pass 3 v past what do you bid now q t East West Vulner Able South you hold its oq43 the bidding has proceeded East sooth West North 3 o pass pass Dole pass what do Yon bid now look for monday meetings August 29 the fair display and homemakers on Parade were discussed during the meeting of the Spring Gap homemakers club during a Brief business session held in con Junction with the annual picnic it was at the Home of or and mrs Donald Monnett Brice hollow Road mrs James rider presided articles for recycling Are to be displayed at the fair August 2 mrs Monnett is chairman with mrs John Kready mrs William Brake mrs Frank Bloss assisting All members Are to take articles the planning meeting for homemakers on Parade in october will be held August 9 at 10 am in the Extension office members voted to com Bine the August and sep tember meetings it will be in the form of a Corn roast at 6 pm August 29 at the Monnett residence mrs Phyllis Steger mrs Mary Mckenzie and mrs Wal Ter Taschenberg showed slides of their visit to Germany and discussed highlights of it the door prize was won by mrs rider mrs Pearl snipe a Charier continued on Page 5 answers your problems dear Ann Landers i am failed to mention whether Todd Are you or someone you care in love with Todd and he is has children ill bet he has about Messing around with in love with me Hes a Beautiful from drugs or considering it Are person and i know we could several living souvenirs Fri uni his Al bad what bout pot have a wonderful life together previous marriages and 1 11 bet in moderation Ann Landers my parents hate this Man Betook if you run off with this new Booklet straight dope on cause he is several years my aging Lothario within two drugs separates the facts senior and has been divorced years you11 the looking for a be from the fiction for each Book three times i admit his Pas lawyer and heu be looking for let ordered Send a Dollar Bill is nothing to brag about but his fifth plus a Long self addressed his previous wives were selfish stamped envelope 16c postage and stupid no woman has Ever dear Ann Landers to Landers Box 3346 loved him or understood him every now and then you Prin Chicago 111 60654 As i do a letter about problems that in 1973 new Enitra Priwan inc next to Todd the boys a come up because people didst school seem like infants they make the proper plans in regard bore me silly i am willing to to their burial Here is what face the Wrath of my family happened in our family and i and go away with this Man nope somebody will learn from please Tell me this marriage it has a Chance our beloved Mother passed on u in 1957 dad married again in dont want advice you want started in approval and in not about to double plot talk imme Jug it Diatel after they were married often i learn More by the6 Thim no faintly facts omitted from a letter than a double plot contests and games featured the annual Rowan reunion held at the Myca picnic grounds Keith blizzard con a c in j the facts stated you avoided Foru him wife ducted a Brief business ses telling me Odds age or yours so he could a Muht s sleep Sion at which time plans were this leads me to believe you Are last year our beloved dad suf at least a generation apart you feed a stroke he died two weeks later his wife was mar 1 hour cleaning also Connop cleaning by professionals 40c la min footers drive to cleaners professional Connop 918 Natl open am to 9 pm ried within five months yester Day we Learned from a reliable source that now she is nagging her new husband for a double plot our beloved dad is alone in his half of a double plot and mom is alone in her half of a double plot they Are on opposite sides of the cemetery and for us children it is the longest walk in the world what should we do grieving in Elpaso dear up have your father or your other moved so they Are Side by Side final Day further reductions saturday am to pm including Helena and jacks place extra special mens boys shirts u00 dresses shirts blouses polos playsuits shorts pants West Only in the Arcade at Sears town discussed for a 25th reunion Celebration a gift for travelling the greatest distance was presented to or and mrs Glen Rice Norfolk Var and mrs William Mace Baltimore hav ing the largest family with eight Christopher Rowan oldest member present and Jason Weaver son of or and mrs Philip Weaver Frost Burg youngest member Spe Cial prizes were awarded to James Rowan or mrs Retha Rice adults and William Mace or and Theresa Mace teenagers others attending were Susan and Edward Rice Norfolk Claude Eugene and Josephine Rowan sue Patty Ann Mau Reen Terry and Kevin Rowan Hyattsville Ray Chase Thomas Oconne Hyattsville Michael and Nancy Lockard Gaithersburg Ralph or and Billie Mahaney Robin Denise Christopher and Danielle maj Haney Kensington Garry Andi Lennie Mace Gary Charles Scott and Ronald Mace port age a Thomas and Sandra Rowan Wendi Rowan Simp Sonville Allen and Julia Mace Dover Del William Mace or Mary Tim Tony and Julia Mace Baltimore Joyce Monnett David Mark and Nicole Monnett Hagers town mrs Donald Coffman Hagerstown Christa and Kyle Rotruck Joseph and Virginia Hiett Lois and John Rowan Robert and Betty mow Berry Frances Rowan Keith Rowan William and Christina Emer ick Glenda Emerick William and Mary Maxine Rice Ralph or and Frances Mahaney Vernon and Kathleen Sisk John and Louise Mace Mary Shepard Michael Shepard John Mace Susan blizzard Debra Rowan Keri Lynn Rowan Robert and Joann continued on Page 5 Calvary Baptist at Constitution Park Amphitheater sunday Nite special july 22nd pm sponsored by hit Calvary Baptist Church cart Uptown Maryland seek Queen title these two students at m Savage High school Are among those seeking the title of miss fire prevention who will be Cro sned at 8 pm on August 9 in conjunction with Zhc annual Cele bration of the my Savage Volunteer Corii Paziy on the left is Sharon Ritchey daughter of or and mrs be Milih l Ritchey foundry Row on the right is Sherry Michaels daughter of or and mrs James chapels re 1 it Savage prenuptial party Given for Elaine Hudson among the Pren Titial Par ties Given in compliment to miss Elaine Lucille Hudson Fiancee of Stanley c Fouts was a Buffet luncheon and mis Rev Charles Lisse will officiate John Goehringer will be the acolyte the bridal party consists of miss Nancy soda As maid of society discusses project discussing the Purchase of a dehumidifier for the Church basement the mount Tabor ump appointed mrs Calvin Wolfe to procure information about one mrs Bernard Miller presided and read a letter from the District president concerning melting pieces of can riles to make a Large one for the conference Celebration mrs Walter Taschenberg reported sending 420 coupons to the Asbury Home routine reports were Given by mrs Lester Mullenex and mrs Lester Ritchie the latter also announced knives Are for Sale living and acting in love and the difference in the Early and modern Church was the topic of devotions led by mrs Wolfe the Church one foundation was Sung and mrs Harvex Cooper read the scripture mrs William Hedrick and mrs Goldie Riley participated Bryan and Bert Cooper Sang try a Little kindness put your hand in the hand of the Man who stilled the water and Battle hymn of the Republic with string accompaniment refreshments were served by mrs John Smith and mrs Cooper mrs Pearl snipe continued or Page 5 j Sharon Brannon honoured at Surprise showers two Surprise showers were Given in Honor of miss Sharon Kay Brannon Fiancee of Charles f Frederick mrs Benay Wharton re miss Cherl Cunningham entertained with a miscellaneous Shower at the formers Home in Lavale a Pink and yellow color scheme was car ried out Wilh streamers and a miniature bridal party appropriate were played and prizes awarded approximately 25 guests attended a Kitchen Shower was Given by mrs George Kyler at her Home Bedford Road she Hadl a Green and yellow color scheme carried out in the decorated cake bridal appoint ments twelve guests attended miss Brannon daughter of or and mrs Ronald c bran non 816 Calvin Street will he come the Bride of or Fred Erick son of or and mrs Henry f Frederick Lido Washington Street at 7 pm this evening the wedding Cere Mony will be solemnized in the first Wesleyan Church of Cresaptown with ave Jack Pease officiating mrs Wharton will be the brides Matron o Honor and Only attendant Robert mul Ian is serving As or Frede Ricks Best Man while Robert Wharton and Gary Conway Are the Ushers the reception will be in Church social Hall Floral arrangements in shades of Blue and White ure being arranged for the bridal party and decor continued on Page h Canada cd Anjou Shower by or James Hudson Baltimore it mrs Sharon frasier and Arsis was held at the Home of the Beverly Klontz bridesmaids of brides parents or and mrs Kristina Gilpin and Lester Hudson 9 Long drive the Pink and White colors for the wedding were used in the candles and Floral decorations James Hudson Jerry Frasie Ris v s approximately 16 guests at tended miss Hudson will become the Bride of or Fouts son ofor and mrs Clarence Fouts Troy Ohio at 3 pm today in St Johns lutheran Church Rev Lavern Rasmussen and frasier Flower girls Charles f Neus Iii ring bearer Chael Thoerig Best Man and ii James Hudson Jerry Frasie Ris and Larry Zionts Ushers miss Hudson is a graduate of fort Hill High school and1 Frostburg state College Shell was employed As a special education teacher at Dennett Road school Garrett county continued on Page 5 framing for needlepoint and stitchery 235 Niagara Toronto Ottawa youth fare adult Over 21 Montreal Quebec aug 51 0 Boston see More new York bus Tours Conlon 25 North Liberty St phone 7225655 3 24 hour phone service 7246776 free parking hand crafted carnival Glass now at Glass co 505 National Highway plenty of free parking open monday i thursday til 9 pm other Days til s pm of life Imp the american Ideal is a better Quality of Jiff for All people to achieve this we must have More jobs Mctier housing a cleaner environment reaching these goals will Call for greater supplies of Energy be accomplished without Energy More Gas Oil clean burning Coal electrical generating capacity Are needed if we Are to build a belter Quality of life for every citizen the Energy crisis facing America or Catuns to stall the Progress of All elements of society to of keep things just As they Are this May be Fine for some people but its hard on Many others who strive for a better life having the Energy to improve life requires the cooperation of government the Energy industries environmental and consumer groups and the Public agreements must he reached so that More Wells can be drilled onshore and off pipelines built Coal mined and generating stations built without these and similar Energy development efforts Progress for everyone stops to have abettor America we must Haw More Energy Colin main Cas is working to help solve the Energy crisis Nal Uril Gas cools it to 260 degrees below becomes a liquid that occupies Only one the spice it docs As gis Nul can be transported in pc civil Inicis importing Liqun find Jia Tural from overseas is one of the Drimilis new sources of Gas in which Columbia is investing millions of dollars Lum Biagas Gas k precious pore Energy use u w

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