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Mrs. Crist Garber accompanied
members of the Hurley Miller fami
ly to Keyser, one day last week,
where she visited Mrs, Emily Mar
Mrs. John Gnegy, of Hawaii, was
a recent visitor of her sister, Mrs,
Willard Swartzentruber. Mrs. Gnegy
is visiting, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Otho Friend and other relatives in
Mt. Lake Park.
William and Donald Welch and
their families were Sunday dinner
guests of their mother, Mrs. Anna
Noah Schrock received word on |
Monday of the death of Seth Yoder,
of New Wilmington, Pa. Mr. Yoder
was employved at Weber's in 1918
and made a number of friends here. |
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nissley spvnll
Sunday evening with Mrs. M_\'rtlol
Cook. l
Pete Yoder visited his sister, Missi
Freida Yoder, at the home of his
uncle, Simon Swartzentruber, ()nl
Thursday evening. He is one of the
carpenters from Springs, Pa., thnl'
worked on John Brenneman's new
house on the former Mulvey farm.
The Brennemans hope to move in
a few months, when her brother-in-|
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. .lmms]
Yoder return from Norristown, Pa., |
to take over the Noah Zook farm,|
which the Brennemans will then !
vacate. l
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schlosnagle
vidited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sisk,
Sunday afternoon.
Amos, Nelson, Clara and Lovina
Garber and a number of young
folks were Sunday guests of the‘
Joni Millers.
Attending a quilting bee at Mrs. |
Noah Schrock's were Miss Lela
Mosser, Mrs. Vernie Lichty, Mrs.
Hazel Dodge, Mrs. Joni Miller,
Mrs. Crist Garber, Mrs. Allen
Petersheim, Mrs. Harold White,
Mrs. Anna Welch, Mrs. Anna Bitt
inger and Mrs. Fannie Stutzman.
Wiill Sanders, who has been in
disposed, is staying with his son,
Neil and family, in Oakland, for
a few weeks.
D. L. Swartzentruber accom-|
panied Sherman Tressler, of Mt.|
l.ake Park, to services at Glade |
on Sunday. 1
Mrs. Ralph Lichty and children
are planning to leave on Thursday
by train for her hcme in Goshen,
Ind.. to spend the holidays. Her
sister, Mrs. Marvin Slabaugh, of
lowa, and her brother from Don~|
ver, Co!l., plan to be home also. '
rßobert Beckman aad family
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In Final Period 78-68
Bruce High school Bulldogs came
from behind to defeai the Southern
Highlanders Tuesday night at Oak
land. The final score was 78 to 68.
Keyser, Bruce and Franklin are
now tied for PVC lead with 3-0
? records.
Gary Smith hit for 29 points in
the victory over Southern. Bruce
llruilcd by five points, 39-34 at in
| termission but pulled to within two
im the three-quarter post and then
| outscored the Highlanders 18 to 10
!in the final session.
| Pat Garrett collected 25 points
| for the Highlanders, who lost four
| players via the personal foul route.
iLvaving the game were Garrett.
'(‘:u‘lsnn. Rice and Mosser. Hine
baugh had 7 points, Carlson 9,
‘ Rice 8, Mosser 4, Thayer 4, Trickett
10 and Schoonover 1.
i Both teams had 27 field goals
' but Bruce got 24 of 39 foul tries,
i\\'hilc Southern hit on 14 of 22
i Bruce didn't los¢ a player on per
i.\‘()llill fouls.
1 The Highlanders travel to Mt
Savage on Friday evening for a
battie with the Indians.
Christmas Pageant Being
'Given At Dennett Road
| “A Christmas Carol Pageant” by
Diller and Page will be presented
at Dennett Road Elementary school
cafeteria today at 2:00 p. m. by the
combined glee club and boys’ choir.
The band will present a selec
tion of the traditional Christmas
carols and one special number.
Mrs. Mary Eliason, music teacher,
|is in charge.
l have returned from Athens,
1(.1!‘(-0(-0. to their home in Washing
ton D. C. They spent several days
of deer secason with his parents,
‘Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Beckman,
at Lynn Dale.
Daniel Miller and iamily, of Cas
!sclmzm Vatley, were dinner guests
Inl‘ their grandmother, Mrs. Fannie
|Greatest Santa Of All . . .
; By Donna Shaffer
) Southern High Student
] There certainly is no Santa Claus
1 fyou say. Only the tiniest of V"'Il>;
-Jdren believe in Santa Claus. l'.y'
.Jall means, you certainly aren't al
*fchild! A child believes that when,
)fvery early on Christmas Eve, he
reluctantly goes off to bed, he will
|| awaken early in the morning (prob
*lably around 7 a. m.) and, Presto!
-ffind presents galore under the
I proudly lit Christmas tree. Oh,|
llyves! Santa has been there. Who
I else, but the little fat man in the!
red wool suit with the long white
{beard, would leave such beautiful-|
"I wrapped gifts? !
. Have you ever stopped long’
‘fenough to think about the real |
" Santa Claus? There is one? }rmii
Isuddenly question. No, I'm not
| taiking about the one living at the !
North Pole. I mean the one \\‘!mi
{gives us everything. He nn'.n‘i.\hvs!
us and blesses us and encourages !
‘fus to live a life of peace and |
‘sthanksgiving, to always be thank-'
ful for what we have and makoe |
.fthat do. He gives us home, ]l(‘Z!H"I.I
L Jand happiness, and a wealth of
love. When the road of life be
comes difficult for us to climb, H(\:
grants us many plateaus on w hi(-n‘
lln gain strength and the ability m'
try again to travel up that long
'froad of life. We receive vn-rylhi-x-{‘
1] from Him, as He cares mainly i'ui';
1] us. !
] No, we cannot deny that the
.} greatest Santa Claus of all is God.
.1 Without Him we would have noth
sling. With Him in our presence we |
.| have much. |
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With Our Men |
| InTheService |
_ n I'he Service |
:¢ 4 ;
' Staff Sergeant Joseph H. Arnold
'Jof Oakland, is now on duty with a
{ United States Air Force advi ory
; unit assisting the armed forces of
>l Viet Nam in their flight against
Cemmunist aggression
' Sergeant Arnold, an aircraft pro
"p(‘il(-x' repairman, and other USAR
{personnel train and assi Vietna
;muv Air Firc¢o personne! it aster
|ing various téchnical specialties
Il:wv~zlz'_\ forr maintaining modern
{ military units.
‘1 The Sergeant, son of lHenry Ar
;l‘.vriu of Water Street, O2kland, was
{ graduated from Oakland High
! The sergeant's wife. Elizabeth. is
fl'm daughter of'f M nd N
| Franklin H. Ott of 1434 Harris Ay
.';'l’iin\!-!:"-:h. Pa. His mother, Mrs.
iDavid B. Young. Jr. reside 0
:('!l.?liiful'lv Road, Willoughby, O.
{ Pvt. Donald R. Ellis, son ¢f Mr.
land Mrs. Dale M. Ellis, Crellin,
| completed a seven-weck field ar
‘-13‘5!1-I'_\' repair course, Nov. 29, at
ilhv Army Ordnance Center, Aber
deen Proving Greund.
Ellis was trained to repair light
medium and heavy field artillery
weapons, including howitzers and
rocket launchers.
l The 18-year-old soldier eniered
the Arimy in July, 1963, and c ‘m~f
'p!c-h-(l basic training at Fort Knox,
Ky. ‘
’ Ellis is a 1963 graduate of South- |
ern High Schoo! in Oakiand. 1
e s
l Merle K. Turney, Jr., airman ;;;:-;
lprvnli(-v. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Turney of Friendsville,
'\'\’as graduated Nov. 15 from the
Aviation Mechanical Fun(l:lm(-m:xl'-,i
Ischnul at the Navy Air Technical!
{ Training Center. Memphis, Tenn. E
a During the four-week course he|
‘Sll:(li(‘(i mathematics. physics, 01-('-!
)xricily. atomic structure, :nz\unv!i(-:
theory, and the theory and con-|
struction cf aircraft batteries. !
Pvt. Darrell C. Beitzel, son of Mr.!
':m(l Mrs. Warren E. Beitzel, Granis-|
l\f'illo. completed eight wecks of :ul-:
‘\':m('od armor training at the Army !
Armor Center, Fort Knox, Ky. l)"c.'
l During the course, Beitzel w;::;i
‘lminv(l in the four .duties of a
tank crewman: the gunner, the
loader, the driver, the ('nm:‘:_n‘.(lo:z‘
| The 23-year-old soldier (l‘.?i'!'\‘(i]
the Army in August, 1963, and com- |
pleted basic training at Fort Knox ‘
Bcitze]l is a 1959 graduate <f North- !
ern High School near Accident. |
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Southern Speaks ;
by Carol Filsinger |
’ Chorai Concert !
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! Southern's annual chora!l pr()-i
gram will be presented mni.uhi.i
[1)0(1‘111!)('1‘ 19, at 8:00 p. m. in the
gymnasium, The public is in\'itc(l:i
lnn charge will be made. The pro
gram is under the direction m‘l
’\lissvs Barbara Colabrese and,
i Carolyn Lambert. {
| News Briefs :
{ There will be a game this Fri-i
:du_\' night, with Southern cagers!
piaying Mt. Savage at Mt. Su\'ugc'.!
On Decembey 21 the junior (-2ussi
'wiil hoid its “Snowflake Swirl"
‘(l:mcc in the cafeteria. Senior highi
students and their guests are in-|
;\ ited. The dance will last from B‘[
‘nntil 11:30. 'The admission will ln\i
(00 cents stag and 73 cents per
((‘(;up]('. l
{ The annual Christmas Tea for nll:
lof Southern's faculty was held inj
!lhv band room December 18. Re
:h'vsh.unm were made and served
by giris taking home (-L-:mmni('s;
!und(‘r the direction of Mrs. Eliza
beth Randol and Mrs. Katharine
| Richmond.
! i el s ———s
! A Los Angeles dam burst, killing
,lwo and causing thousands to flcc.}
‘J’r‘)porl,\' damage was heavy. |
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1 We wish to thank the Rev. Hugo
! Schroeder for his kind words of
I comfort, and all others who ex
pressed sympathy and extended
| condolences, following the death
'of Miss Ruih B. Emory.
l The Family : |
I Br()f_hvr. Nieces, Nephews |
| —Adv. It*
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Jim Cropp, Owner
| Third Street Oakland, Maryland Phone DE 4-4123
. .
| Junior Fire Marshals i
To Stress Safety !
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i Boys and giris in five vlomc-m:n-yl
i schools of the northern end n[i
| the county are putting the seal (('I
ix;.lfcl_\' on the Christmas holidays.
l The youngsters of the lhil'd.'
il'nur(h and fifth grades of Ih('I
i Grantsville, Yoder, route 40.!
lFrion(iS\illv and Accident schools |
| are members of the Junior Fire
{murshul program and this year urvg
i!)lltlim! on a campaign to reduce!
b A o
| |
| B |
Effective Immediately !
‘ will close at 6:00 p. m. :
| ° |
‘ will close at 5:00 p. m. |
| |
| - ;
| Ralph Pritts and Sons ‘i
Pritts Motor & Equipment Co. |
‘ |
the number of fires and accidents
'Hml occur during the holiday sea
! A part of the campaign will he‘
lih(\ use of special seals stressing |
i safety in connection with S(‘ZIS()HM}
[fire hazards, automobiles and play-
Itimv activities. l
The seals will focus attention on
the need to take pairticular care
]dm'ing the holidays. They will put
ithv seals on Christmas gifts, party
i invitations, Christmas cards, lcl-'
i ters and thank-you notes. The seais
lare furnished to youngsters free of
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[ The program is sponsored by anl
insurance company. The seals carry |
!thcsv reminders: “Obey Traffic |
iSignzlls," “Avoid Accidents, Pla:,"
| Ace Radio & Electric Service
; Alder Street - Oakland, Md.
| =Franchised Dealers Fo)m———————
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1 2,, and repairs for
’ and models of
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‘ Homes and Farms App“qnces
\ TV A:tenna T
| Installation Service calls made to homes in West
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iSz‘f(‘.“ and “Wateh Out for Fire”.
The youngsiers also will make
!('hriflim:m tree safety tags, - listing
L ways to prevent danger of the tree
‘(-ul('hinu on fire.
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