lullltoo, UL1C laoi o^r- -----passed, but the second cast had it over the first cast in many spots where one of their characters outshone by single performance. To both casts jointly and to the directors and forty assistants should go hearty congratulations for two entertaining productions of their high school class play.Looks Likedoor today. ^ ,The three were Reps. Ranispecit iD-Oa), Larrabee lt;D-lnd) and Coffee (D-Was’h). Committee members have said the three attended a supper party at which possible ways of preventing continuance of the committee were reported to have hen discussed.The congressmen refused to discuss the matter when they left the com-]iImittee room.(Continued From Page One)FATHER-SON BANQUETAT DAVIDSVILLEwith the county election board.Mar. 9—Last day for candidates to withdraw from primaries.Mar. 23—Last day electors may register to vote in primary, including electors who become of age on or before April 24. Also last day to changeparty affiliation.Mar. 25—Last day for any elector who moved residence to give notice to election board to vote at spring pri-1 April 23—Election day. Polls openfrom 7 a. m. to 8 p. m.Apr. 26—County return board meets at noon to start computation of returns.The annual father-son banquet of the Davidsville Lutheran church, sponsored bv the Mizpah Bible Class will be held Tuesday evening in the Sunday school rooms of the church. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. I, A. Risch, class president.Fred Hare, Jr., of Somerset, former supervising principal of the Somerset township schools, will be the speaker. Special music will be provided by the Benscreek quartet, composed of James Spory, Earl Shaffer, Chester Thomas and Carl Thomas Miss Mildred Weaver will be af the piano. Group singing will be led by Mr. SporyThe program will be as follow's: In-vocation, the Rev. Ellwood Hauser of Boswell; introduction of Charles For- — ” -Boswell; introduction or unaries rui- __ ^ f ney as toastmaster, by J. W. Lohr;17* ; group singing: reading. Mrs. Mark|H West; toast to sons, James Berkey;M. A V/AAV^A-i- toast ^ watherg J0hn Williamson, Jr.;selections, quartet: reading, Mrs.West; group singing; address, Mr. Hare; closing song; Lord’s prayer.(Continued From Page One)permits gieater streamlining and more speed in addition to a better field of fire for the pilot in combat Though Secretary* Morgenthau last, week termed aircraft engine manu- i farture the ‘bottleneck” of American] warplane production, both the ucrlt; nautical Chamber c* Commerce, the! Industry Trade Association and the Manufacturers Aircraft Association, Dtttent holder for the industry insisted t lat United States plans had an mb L.* pro furtive reserve.Bucknell Anniversary'LEWI8BURG, Feb. 2—While her students are enjoying a brief holiday between semesters, Bucknell universitywiR celebrate her 94th birthday, Monday. The charter authorizing the establishment of “the university at Lewisburg was signed by Pennsylvania’s Governor Francis R. Shunk, February 5, 1846, and classes began that same year.