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Dalland Peorsonals
Mr. and Mrs. Wolford Perando,
stationed at Ellsworth AFB, Rapid
City S. D. are wvisiting their par
cnt’'s Mr. and Mis. Harold Stark,
Mt. Lake Park, and Mr. and Mrs
W. E. George Jr., Swallew Falls,
over the holidays,
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Pharmacist | ¥
By Robt. E. “Bob” Proudfoot, R.ph.
The story of aaeromycin’s dis
covery is one calculated to warm
the hearts of those who feel
that age has little to offer. Dr.
Benjamin Duggar, forced into
retirement from his college
teaching at 71, discaovered this
drug, the first of the broad
spectrum antibioties to be ex
tensively marketed.
Three years of painstaking
search finally produced a gold
en mold in a culture dish seed
ed with mud—specifically Mis
souri mud—and a new effective
disease Kkiller was born.
Missouri carth has no lone
claim on medical immortality,
however, for it was a pinch of
Indiana soil which produced
PHARMACY. however, can and
does claim unexcelled preserip
tion service. Fast, efficient,
thoroughly accurate and com
pounded of the highest quality
drugs, prescriptions are just
what the doctor ordered at
PHARMACY, 108 South Second
Street. Phone 334-3913. Also
carryving a complete line of cos
metics. perfume and greeting
HINT: Discarded toothbrushes
are handy for cleaning in and
arcund scores of difficult-to
reach spots in the home.
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“Serving Doctor and Patient in Garrett County Since 1893”
Second St. Dial 334-3913 Oakland, Maryland
; Mrs. 1. J. Sacher, who has been
|| with relatives at Wheeling, W. Va,,
-l returned to her home on Center
.| street last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald N. Minnich,
‘I Second street, entertained friends
with a Christmas party at Will ¢’
1 the Wisp on Saturday December 21,
Miss Marla Castilow, Wilmin;’-I
ton. Del., plans to spend the lmli-‘
days bere with her parents, Mr. and‘
Mrs. John Castilow, Center sn'cot.;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S('hzliblo,l
Oklahoma, are spending the holi- |
days with the former's parents, Mr.l
and Mrs. Wesley Schaible, Turkey
Max Jarboe plans to leave
Christmas Eve to go to Greensburg,
Pa. to visit with his niece, Mrs.
Richard Cole and family for a
few days. , l
Mr. and Mrs. John Kolb, Silver
Spring, and Marlin Coker, Mor
gantown, arc guests of Mr. and
! Mrs. Richard O. Glotfelty, Old Deep
Park road.
' Mrs. A. T. Matthews, Miss Isabel
Hamill, Miss Floss Shaffer and E.I
Herbert Shaffer !eft Sunday for dI
two weeks' holiday in Williams- |
burg, Va. ‘
l Mrs. Clarence Spear left 'l‘ues-“
day to spend the holidays with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and;
Mrs. J. William Owens and family
in LaVale. '
Lawrence Riley, Las Vegas, Nev.,
is spending the Christmas seasou
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.‘
Pau! Riley, in their new home on
Wilscn street. |
Pat Castilow, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Castilow., Center
street, chipped a bone in her foot
on Thursday while using the tramp
lo]ino at Southern.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sharps and
two children left Friday to spend
Christmas in Thomasville, Georgia,
4 with Mrs. Sharps’ parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Crosby.
| Mrs. Vernie R. Smouse is spvn.l-I
ing the Christmas holiday in Bal-)
"t‘lmorc with her son and (lau;:htcr-I
lin-lu\\'. Mr. and Mrs. H. Russvl]‘
. Smouse, and family. {
I Mrs. Robert Hoffman took 'l‘()mI
-lllol‘l‘man and Jim Gibson to a ski'
rcamp near Bedford, Pa., on Satur- |
'(I:n)’. The boys returned with l):'.I
|H. R. Gibson on Monday. I
| |
I Miss Sally Sweitzer, \\'ushilu:um.,
|D. C. daughter of Major and!|
‘Mrs. Blaine Sweitzer, Mt. Lake]|
I Park, left Saturday for lowa \\‘hm'v'
she plans to visit for the holidays.'
The regular monthly meeting uf:
the Monta Vista Senior Girls 4-H/
IClub will be held on Monday. De
‘l(-vmbcr 30 at 7:00 p. m. at the|
home of Mr. and Mrs. Taft|
l()m-slor. South Third street. l
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schildwach
!tvr and family, of New York Cit_\‘.l
Col. and Mrs. William C. Rol)insnnl
I.'m(l family, of Fairborn, 0., are!
{here to spend the Christmas ho]i-I
'du,\' season with Mrs. Neil C.
Fraley, Fourth street.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Dickson Nace, Alex
andria, Va.: Mr. and Mrs. David
Nace, Elk Ridge; and Miss Cynthia
Nace, Manassas, Va., are spending
the Christmas helidays with llwiri
Iparonls. Mr. and Mrs. William W. |
IN:\(‘(‘. and other relatives. I
| Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Smith and |
daughter, of Vienna, Va., motorch
to Oakland on Saturday and upnnl
their return Sunday were accom
'lpaniod by his parents, Mr. and'
Mrs. Ervin S. Smith, who are
spending Christmas with them. I
| Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoover l’(‘llon.I
'North Fourth street, traveled to
IHancock on Sunday fto visit with
Ifrionds. Carl Pelton, student at
Hagerstown Junior college, re
!turnod with his parents on Sunday
: I evening.
Mys. Virgil Stever, Jr, is the
.ln(‘\\' secretary at Proudfoot’s Oak
land pharmacy. She is assuming|
‘thr' position vacated by Mrs. Hart- |
iley L. Wigfield, who is u(-(-()mpnny-I
[ling her husband, the Rev. Mr. Wig- |
{field, to his new assignment us!
{pastor of a church in Winchester. |
Va. I
T The Monta Vista Junior Girls I'
{H Club held its Christmas p:u‘l_\'l
{ Monday, December 23, at 7:30 p.I
Im. at the Methodist church recrea-!
tion hall, Oakland. A queen was lnl
be chosen to reign over the 1);\1'()‘.I
:szdidulos were Sherry Frum'/..1
;Elizal)elh Elliott, Cathy Ridder ;mle
Jane Gibson.
{ Mrs. F. D. Bittle left for Ri\'lvrnl
i Beach, Fla., to spend Chris:mas'
“holiday season with her husband, |
{who has been vacationing in |
Florida for several weeks. She \ms!
driven to Florida by her son, Robert
Bittle, of LaVale, who planned “)I
‘return to his home for the Christ-|
mas hoilidays. l
I Mr. and Mrs. Dean ;\l(:Farfzm(li
and family are planning to l(-a\'ol
within the next ten days for Los |
Angeles. California, where they |
will make their home. Mr. McFar
land was project manager for the
construction of the Stony River
dam. In his new position he will
be with a company at its home
office in Los Angeles, that is simi
lar to Stone and Wcbster, the!
ccmpany now constructing tth
poewer plant for the Virginia Elec
:tri(- and Power ccembpany at Stony
ißivor. I
I A Christmas party was given
!one evening last week in the din
{ing room of the Economy market
by Eugene Matthews for his em
' ployees and their friends. Among
those attending were Rev. and Mrs.'
Donald Matthews and children; Mr.
'and Mrs. James Matthews, Mr. and
Mrs. John Matthews, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Peterson, Wayne Wiit, Mr.|
‘and Mrs. Joseph DiSimone, Freda
Bonner, Tom Hauser, Keith Cum-I
mings, Jerry Stewart and Anna To-i
i tedo. Gifts - were exchanged.
Men followed ; et o ,
a Star to seek,d B ‘ \/\ '
to find and sl /8 2 b
worship ,*é) v i |
Him, so may you ‘ S i 1 v A
find the ' | ; i
peace and joy of \" (s / i
a holy Christmas. \ i pEEE et g I
For Insurance
Dial 334-2082 Oakland, Md.
| Students Are Home
I‘For Vacation Period
I Quite a numbeir of students are
{at their homes for the Christmas
;Imlidu'\'s. They include:
i Mercersburg academy, Frederick
IFcl(i; West Virginia Wesleyan,
IGrou-hon Briner, Edward Umstot,
'Kay Murphy.
I West Virginia Univorsity, Susan
{ Gibson, Jane Hanst, Ron Colaw,
il)ick Gnegy, Tom Forman, Steve
,Muhmo. Willard Ann Glotfelty,
{ Kenneth Martin, Derris Updyke,
'Porter Welch, William R. Morrow,
i Robert Nordeck, Mary Jane Ger
main, Larry Deßerry, Carol Wolfe.
i Johns Hopkins, Maurice Brook
{ hart: Loyola, David Gonder; Wash
lington college, Guy Hinebaugh,
Rodney Barkhurst; West Virginia
Tech. Tom Michacl.
Dumbarton college, Mary Mance;
Ivavrn Pren, Thomas Mance; St.
| Xavier, Caihy Mance; Peabody Con
|servatory, Sue Martin; Grier,
I\\'on(ly Wceote¥s, Barbara Zepp:
Hood. Judith Kuhnle, Jo Ann Mil
Bridgewater, William Stanley
,F.:u'hurl. Ann Earhart, Carolyn
Spoerlein; Bethany, Dick Stuck:
i West Liberty college, Ellen Cod
| dington.
i Fairmont State, Roger Denison:
i Marshall university, Richard Deni-
Isnn; Charlotte Hall, Bob Lohr,
| Townshend Grant, Tom Kight.
I University of Maryland, school
of dentistry, Richard Snyder; others,
David Custer, Dwight Glotfelty.
{John Wildesen, Betty Lou Bit
| tinger, Richard Helbig, Barry San-
I ders, Jack Burns, Gerald Thrasher,
Mary Laskey.
Shepherd college, Joyce Sisler;
Catherman’s Business school, Sue
Tibbs, Helen Bittinger, Donald Bit- |
tinger; D. C. General Hospital.l
Anna Belle Thomas; Pmricia‘
Stevens school, Lois Bell; Samuel
Ready schocl, Susan Pritts. |
Potomac State, Lindsay Gondcr.l
| Arthur Lawton, Carolyn Bisvr.l
| George Stanya, Francis Steyer, Ray
I;\lcl\l;mis, Richard Harvey, Ronald |
i\‘.’i.w. Paul Nazelrod, John Sharps, |
'D;a!!ux House, Andrew Mance, De‘.-|
II)(‘II Liller, Bob Miller. i
I Frostburg, Jack Jones, S()nnyl
| Riggs, Dale Sweitzer, Robert
| Speicher, James Cuppett, Shar(ml
’S;mdm‘::. Jeanne Foley, Henry L.
{ Mcßobie, Paula Marucci, Il:l)’lll;xI
|Jean Wecks, Dale Morrow, Mary ,
iLnu Adams, Douglas Buckley, Mi- |
I(-Iluol Kahl, David Burdock, Terry |
i Bell, Sheila Garrett., Carolyn Sim-I
! mons, Larry Cropp, Marie Jo Gon-]
der, Clark Sharpless, Gary Orr,
lan‘h:xm Decms, Richard I\I(‘(‘Lll'(l)‘:l
| Asbury college, Ky., Saundra K.
IHar\'L.\': Tod Schaible, air forc(‘l
| academy, Colorado. I
IRicIlu:‘(I McCurdy: Asbury college, |
Ky., Saundra K. Harvey; Tod
IS(-hzlthv. air foree academy, Colo
| rado.
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i George Kerins, South sth street,
I(Iisl(}cme(l his el!bcw while skiing
|at Marsh mountain on Saturday.
| Paul Williams and son, Paul
Parker. Romney, visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Robert B. Sincell, Mt.
I.ake Park, on Friday.
Meg Englander. student at Stuart
Hall, daughter of Clint Englander,
Second street, is home for the holi
| days.
I The congregation of St. Mark's
i Lutheran church, Oakland, is hon
loring Pastor and Mrs. William Er
nest Fox with a reception on Sun
day, December 29, from 3:00 to 5:00
p. m. in the social hall. J
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Khrushchev boasted Soviet Union'
would be No. 1 nation in seven
I yvears. i
l Pianist Liberace was reported
suffering from a serious maifunc
ltien while in a Pittsburgh hospital.
Contributions mounted to more
!than $125000 on Dec. 4 for the!
[ family of the slain police officer
J. D. Tippet, in Dallas. I
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AUTHENTIC . .. Framed in entrance-way to simulated grotto, i
this Nativity scene at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the
Snows near Belleville, Illinois features life-like figures carved of
linden wood. Only the animais are painted, and they are positioned
to lend depth to this familiar Christmas scene.
Murray - Close Miss Carolyn |
Close, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. |
Bruce Close, Hyattsville, I)ocumvl;
the bride of William S. Murru_\'.t
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eleanor Mur- |
ray, of White Plains in a double |
ring ceremony performed by the |
Rev. Soper, pastor of Oxon ]lilll
Methodist Church, Oxon Hill, onl
Saturday, December 7 at 9 o'clock |
a. m. I
The bride was attired in a bluc!
sheath dress with matching short |
jacket. She wore a corsage of|
white roses. |
Mrs. Gerald Cesarz was matron |
of honor. She was attired in a blue |
and white dress and wore a cor-I
sage of pink roses. Mr. Gerald |
.Cosarz was best man. |
| A reception and lunch weré heid |
in the home of the bride zm(II
groom in Washington, D. C. A two- |
jtiered wedding cake was served. I
} The bride is a graduate of Suu!h-I
lorn High School, class of 1959. |
Mr. Murray is employed by Cli
| mate Specialists as a sheet metal |
i'mechanic. Mrs. Murray is employ- |
|cd by the Dept. of the Air Force, |
{ Pentagon. Washington, D. C.
t They are presently residing inl
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To Present Special Servica
lAt St. Matthew’s Church
; St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church,
Oakland will hold its traditional
iservice of Lessons and Carols on
ISunday December 29th at 11:00 a.
Im. It has been a part of the Angli
-30;111 Church for many centuries. |
The service being used in the local
Ichurch is the one used at King's
IC()lIeg(‘ Chapel, Cambridge, Eng
.land. The lessons are from the
Old and New Testaments and tell
the story of the Fall of Man and
of his Redemption. There are nine |
lessons and twelve carols. This is /|
the fifth year this service has been
presented in Oakland. |
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Russia was urging China to end
its quarrel with Sovicts, said verb
lal attacks would have to cease.
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| Here’s to a holiday ;é“:*i‘"g‘
! merry and bright, with /. ((4¥" | %
bells ringing, carol et L
singing, greetings Bey |
¥et 5 (Vaig, e I
GBe tyechings, giits SR e I
and gladness galore. I;\f;;fi; '
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And here’s to you! We e .
sincerely wish you orag 5 SR ‘
the season’s best, and fo . B NI S |
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gratefully express our NSNE ey &
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appreciation for your % fl:w@z&%g :"5:“-_
friendly patronage. )I Q\“'f{ R
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The OGakland Bargain Center |
Second Street Oakland, Md.
I Firemen Answer Alarms '5
| Oakland firemen answered three |é
[fire alarms within a three-day pvri-l‘
|od, none of them serious. ;
‘ Two of the fires were :mmmu-1,1
II)iIvs. and the other damaged af!
{frame dwelling slightly.
I A car at Powers garage in M, i
‘Lakc Park was on fire Friday eve- |}
iing about 6 o'clock but the blaze
| was extinguished before the truck!{
| left the department building. I;
| Sunday morning at 9 o'clock ;:I
11956 4-door Plymouth owned by
| Harold Hardesty became ablaze
| because of a short in the wiring.
;The same day at 2:25 p. m. the|
| department was called to the d\\'oll-I
ling of Leslie M. Friedley, south ofl
1 the Weber Crossing just off 219. The
:bui](ling was occupied by the fami
;l_v. Damage was estimated at $lO
fon the house and $25 to the ('on-I
| tents.
I Terrorists shot up the r('sidcncel
lot British Ambassador Sir D()u_r.z-l
{las L. Busk in Caracas, \'unw_ucla.l
recently. :
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| Oak St. Anyone in need of Il(‘Il).I
I am avzilable. Ella Murray, 415!
Oak St.. Oakland, Md. —Adv. 43-tf
and bath. If interested phone 334-
2169 after Dec. 27. —Adv. 43-tf |
FOR RENT 4-room furnished '
apartment. Utilities furnished. |
Available Jon. Ist. Phone 3:}-1-2::81,‘
{—Adv. 43-tf !
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Christmas Trees
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These are shezred Red Pine
Trees and mav be purchased at
] mv properv scuth of Oakland,
on the Underwood Road. Select
your tree and cut it.
Four Births Occur
Four births eccurred at the Gar
rett County Memorial hospital in
Oakland during the past five days,
up to Monday morning. There were
two boys and two girls,
On the 19th a son to Mr, and Murs.
Charles Judy, Thomas, W. Va.
On the 20th a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. Darrell Lee Armstrong,
On the 22nd a son to Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Richard Rhodes, Deer
Park: a daughter to Mr. and Mrs,
Harley Robert Houchin, Morgan
town, W, Va.
During the period <he hospital
admitted 25 persons and dis
charged 23. Census Monday morn
ing was 36.
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Recent Licenses
Howard Lamar Grizzard, 23, U.
S. air force, Columbus., Georgia.
and Mildred Louise Miller. 20, Al
derson, W. Va.
Ralph Allen Seigler, 22, techni
cian, Colliers, W. Va.. and Beverly
Jean Armstrong, 19, Wellshurg, W.
Freddie Milton Frazec, 24, U. S.
army, Friendsville, and Martha
Faye Wilson, 17 (parent’s consent),
Markleysburg, Pa.
Kenneth Luther Massie, 25,
farm hand, near Independence, W.
Va., and Phyllis Marie Field, 18,
Reedsville, W. Va.
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wishes aplenty and N\ '}; A8 B
thanks for our friends. T NQ > Lisf 4 3
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glowing as a cheery hearth,
bright as a gaily-lighted tree
are our warm-hearted
wishes for your joy and conteniment at
this happy holiday season. We greatly enjoy
our pleasant business relcations
with you and hope that they may long
continue. To you, our most grateful thanks,
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Oakland Friendsville Deep Creek Lake
I U. 8. Cal. James K. Chenault
l\\: s recently freed after being held
| prisoner in Venezuela by the Red
3 terrorists,
II Senate-House agreed on $3.599,.-
iI-.’;:l,l'rn\ foreign aid authorization
| bill, Tt compares with $4,529,615,-
| 000 urged by late President.
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] One show nightly beginning at
1] 7:30. Students through high
- |§ school age, 35¢c; Adults, 50c.
I Christmas Night & Thursday
December 25 and 26
“The Thrill Of It All”
{1 With Doris Day, James Garner
I Friday and Saturday
December 27 and 28
| “Flipper”
| Starring Chuck Conners
& Tuesday and Wednesday
' Dec. 31 and Jan. 1
|} "“For Love Or Money"”
! With Kirk Douglas
4 and Mitzy Gainer
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! Cominag January 3 and 4
11 “Hootenanny Hoot"
| Starring Brothers Four,
a. Shep Wooley, Johnny Cash

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