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him i • l of trouble'* makes a glorious story for everyone. It turns on thr sunshine for Claude (•Ulingwater,
Sr.. \snanda lluff and Charles Farrell • loft and Joan Davis and llert l.ahr < below). This new hit opens
Thanksgiving Day at the Strand Theatre.
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BY “PEG” COULEHAN
With the Thanksgiving -cason but a week away, social
activities in tin- city are taking an upturn as a result of the
holiday impetus, and already a rummer of entertainments
have been announced. One of the most important occur
rences will h< the dance which Mr. and .Mrs. Louis I.aNevo
will jfive Fritlay. November 'Jo, at the Fort t'umberland
hotel, in honor of their daughter, Kvelyn. and her school
friends, the Misses and Fileen Mercado. The Mcr
eation, students at Trinity College. are the daughters of Sen
ator and Mrs. Mario Mercado, of I ’once, Puerto Rico. Miss
I.a Neve spent the past summer as a guest at their home.
Mi -s Adriana Mercado is known here, having visited Miss
I.a Neve in Cumberland last Faster.
Another highlight will be the dance Friday night.• Novem
ber Jo. at the Clary Club, at which eight girls, till members
of the same bridge club, will be hostesses.
Still another dance will be the one scheduled for Saturday
night. November Jfi. at the Cumberland Country Club.
And a little earlier in the week will be the annual Thanks
giving £ve football dance sponsored by the Penn Avenue-
Fort Hill High Siohonl Ahwmvi Association.
Music Student* Give
Piano Recital
Student* of Kndy Sullivan.-
rla.N-o.s in piano instruction navi* a
public recital Mondav night at
Grace M F. Church. Virginia ave
nue and Second street All cla.sscs
were represented on the program
which was concluded by pipe organ
selections Riven by Mr Sullivan.
Church Circles
Hold Party
All the circle* of the Guild of
Fttmiiuitiel Episcopal church spon
sored a rarri party. it* first social
event of the l!).'IH-39 season. \V#-ci
nesdav night at the parish house
There were mote than thirty table
in plav Mrs Holx-it R. Henderson
president ol the guild. was cenera!
chairman of arrangement*
Talks on Travels
At Meeting
Mrs. Richard W Trova.-kls will
give a talk on "Travels ill Europe
today at 2 p m at the regular
monthly meeting of the Woman'.
Civlr Chib In the Girl Scout head
quarters on Greene street Mis.
Pearl A Father will discuss current
events.
paramount Another Big Hit
Starting Friday
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Betty Hynes in the Woshington-Hcrold soys: "Sub-'
morine Potrol" Turns Out to be o Riot Comedy. An
drew Kelley in Washington Times says: "Submarine
Patrol" is exciting story of the Wor Time Novy.
WE SAY: These are fine words from famous critics.
Get Ready Now—to See Another Great Picture
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THE WESTERN MARYLAND VOICE OF INDUSTRIAL LABOR, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1938
Women’* Traffic Club
Has Meeting
A musical program featured 'the
meeting Tuesday night of the wom
en's division. Baltimore and Ohio
Co-Operative Traffic Club, nt, the
Baltimore and Ohio Y M C A
Mr George H Barhtord pr tried,
and Mi. Helm F'otemnn of Balti
more was a guest speaker
Historical Society
Plans Meeting
The Allegany Count> Hitorical
Society will hold its quarterly meet
ing Tuoday November 22. at H
p in . at the Cumberland Free Pub
lic Library when Judge I) Lmdlei
Sloan will give an address.
Woman Diplomat
To Speak Here
The Honorable Ruth Brian
Bolide America's fir.-1 woman dip
lomat. will lx* the speaker at the
second Community Forum lecture of
the s''ison toda\ at 8 15 p r.i in the
auditorium of Fort Hill Hieh school
Mi> Rohde's topic will be 'Tim
Business of Diplomacy She will
be introduced b\ Mis. Robert R
Hender.son
liie lecture i.* open to til* general
public.
Townsend Youths
Give Social
The Town i*iid Youth Club held a
pi'iiny social Tuesday night in
Morehead hall Tile arrangements
were made at a previous meeting, at
which Miss Genevieve Dean gave a
program of entertainment
WF.DDINGS
Army Officer To Wed
Newburgh Girl
An engagement of interest here is
that of Miss Virginia Wagner,
daughter of Mr and Mrs Hayden
W Wagner, of Newburgh. N Y . to
Captain Duncan Sloan Somerville,
of the field artillery of th* United
jState's army, son of Mrs H B Som
i erville. of New York city and the
! late H B, Somerville.
Captain Somerville, who ts at
present stationed as an English In
structor at the United States Naval
Academy. West Point. N Y. i* a
, nephew of Judge D Unriley Sloan
,;and is well-known in this city and
in Lonaromns.
Hold Anniversary
Of Wedding
Mr. and Mrs C. A Smntuc. of
the Bedford road, celebrated the
fifty-ninth anniversary of their
wedding with a dinner Sunday
night at their home Their guest'
Included Mr and Mrs Edwin Hart
mger. Mr and Mrs. Alien Smouse
and son. Jack . Mr. and Mrs. George
rev and sons. George and Richard:
E II Wllllson and Jimmie Cook.
Mr and Mrs W H Dyche. of 531
Maryland avenue, have announced
the marriage of tlieir daughter.
Thelma Virginia, to George Statler.
son of Mr and Mrs C. E Statler
of 522 City View terrace, which took
place Saturday. November 5, 1838.
at Alexandria. Va.
gHHBUY AT METRO AND SAVE'.^^HB
I Mj M 0 W 6th Anniversary
| I Wonder Values
125 Men s 565 Men's 870 Men's
Top Coats 0 ' Co " C9e Pork
a..d Suits
Over Coats Top Coats Top Coats
Values to $17.50 Values to $22.50
*|2~™ *|4- 50
Men's Winter Weight Men's Suedette
Union Zipper S I ..
Suits Jackets I
16 in. Loce 2000 ,>o ' , • ~so° p * ,r ‘
Hi Tops Dres * Dress Pants
Oxfords
heather SB .7
or Rubber *1.49 *
Mil ~- 7 ®2' 65
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IhHHHHIOPEN EVENINGSpMH^I
r “significant slml#
between the tsf
Annua) Roll Call
Red Cross
Once attain the .season ot the year
between Armistice Day ant) Thanks
giving rolls around, and with It
cotne.s the annual roll rail of the
American Red Cross. This year Is
no exception, and In Cumberland,
as In other sections of Allettany
county, persons are being called
upon for support of this organiza
tion
Despite the splendid work done
by the Red Cross In all types ot
human distress, many people are
still of the opinion that the Red
Cross functions mainly in the war
mne. and In name of lame scale
disaster, such as Moods, hurricane
devastated areas and other natural
disturbances which wreak their toll
In human misery and suffering.
This, however. Is not the rase, and
in order to Rive a more definite pic
ture of the type of work accom
plished by the Red Cross In Allc
uanv county. Mrs A. M. Liehtcn
■tcin. local chairman, has released
the following information:
Since January. IMS. to the pres
ent. the Cumberland chapter re
porls the followlm: activity: Kx-
Ncrvice cases. 342; servtee cases, 18:
civilian cases, lit). New cases ac
cepted Ex-service, 78; service, 7;
civilian. 54
| Other services rendered include
227 personal home contacts, the se
curltuf ot hospitalization for 17 ex
service men at army medical ccn
, ters.
Another spherr ot activity has
liecn the pmvldliiß of necessary
shoes and clothing to children. The
lied Cross has distributed 105
pairs of shoes in the city and about
fifty more in the county branches
One thousand two hundred and
Ihlrtv-slx articles of new clothing
have been distributed from the
Cumberland office to the people of
Cumberland. I. a Vale and Locust
Orovc. The articles Include the
necessary apparel for school chil
dren as well as layettes for infants
and clothes for younger children
Thirteen cartons of warm comforts,
each carton containing twenty-four
.comforts, have also been distributed
| Tlie Red Cross is one of the spon
sors of the National Youth Admin
istration. and during the year
transferred 144*: vards of material to
be made into clothing lor the city
and county needy.
Tlic Cumberland chapter also con
ducts classes in home hygiene and
.care of the sick In the NYA groups.
The instruction is given bv an au-
VISIT CUMBERLAND'S NEW 2
EXCLUSIVE FUR SHOP WL Floor*
CUMBERLAND jL F “"
Now Located at -Mtt
79 N. CENTRE ST.
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At Convention

Sidney llillman. president of the I
I powerful Amalgamated Clothing ,
Workers of America and head of (
the T. W. O. C. 1., heading a large ‘
delegation at the Pittsburgh con- (
vrntlon of the C. I. O.
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Ihorized Red Cross nurse The pres-
I ent enrollment in these classes, made |
up ot girls trom all sections of the
• county, is twenty-seven
Although there Is no direct sollci
■ tatlon for enrollment In the city.
; all those Interested have been re
■ quested to enroll at the Red Cross
; office In the Public Safety building.
at the olliee of the Associated
• Charities or at Lichtensteins drug
■ store, Baltimore street.
Outside the city, a house-to-house
- canvas ts being conducted for en
rollment, with the following county
s chairmen in charge of the canvas
i Cresaptown. Mrs. J. M Armstrong:
i Westernport. Mrs. Lucille Krantz;
i Rldgelev, W Va.. Mrs Moreland:
t Barton. Mrs William Moreland;
Lonaeonlng. Miss Anne Sloan;
I Frost burg. Mrs. J C Cobey; Mt
; Savage. Miss Jnrilla Hinkle; Corri
p ganvllle. Mrs. Bruce Diehl; Ellers-,
f lie. Mrs. Harry Porter: National,
t Mrs Agnes Baker.
A. E. F. Veterans
Have Anniversary
Former members ot the Elghty
r Second division of the American
Expeditionary Forces from this sec
- tioti held an armistice anniversary
- dinner and reunion Saturday night
r at the Fort Cumberland hotel, ft
> was planned to hold a spring re
v union dinner In April
Out-of-town visitors Included Dr
- Earl N McCue. of Morgantown. W
1 Va : John L. Lloyd, of Brunswick;
. John J Gaffney, of Point Marion.
■ Pa
.
Mr. Stewart—
Thanks the Voters
I take this means of publicly thanking the
• voters of the Sixth Congressional District of Mary
land who supported me at the General Election,
Tuesday, Nov. 8.
A. CHAS. STEWART
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To the Voters of
Allegany County
I wish to express my most
grateful thanks and appre
ciation for the gratifying
vote given me as a Candi
date for Register of Wills
; and assurr all the people
of Allegany County that I
will endeavor to merit the
confidence placed in me.
Very sincerely yours,
George E. Jordan
‘Submarine Patrol’
Opens Friday at
The Strand
The never-told-before drama of
the herolr "Splinter Fleet" climaxe-
John Ford’s Award-winning career
in "Submarine Patrol." the Him
Darryl F, Zanurk produced for
Twentieth Century-Fox and which
opens at the Strand Friday. Is hail
ed as one of the greatest pictures o!
the year
The sub chasers arc a branch ol
the navy that have received com
paratively little notice and yet saw
some of the most exciting action ot
the great war Maimed by the
strangest crews of civilian odds and
ends ever to board a fighting ship
the "Splinter Fleet" provides a pnw •
erful and dramatic theme worthy
of Director Ford’s robust, forthrlglr
technique.
Richard Greene. Nancy Kelly
Preston Paster, George Bancrol:
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Cash Rewards totaling mll
lionsof dollars to Safe Drivers,
many right here in our own
community, will start going
out within the next tew weeks.
Let us show you how you can
qualify for one of these cash
rewards under the Safe Driver
Reward Plan.
S. T. Weatherholt
Agent Aetna Life Ins. In,
First National Rank Building
I’hone 1514 Residence ll’.tl-M
PACKARD
1936 Packard Touring Sedan,
model 120. equipped with
radio and heater, must be
seen to appreciate $575
1936 Ford Tudor with trunk,
very low mileage, new tires $375
1934 Oldsmobtle Sedan, Radio,
Trunk $295
1934 Ford Tudor Sedan $235
1932 Plymouth Convertible
coupe, cash S4O
1930 Studebaker President Sednn
Ideal lor hauling passengers SSO,
SPECIAL
1936 Oraham Six Touring Sedan,
low mileage, car In general
like new, equipped with
trunk and heater $425
Western Md. Motors, Inc.
Packard Sales & Service
205 N Mechanic St Phone 2665
Slim Summerville. John Carrtidlne. rell MiicDonnlrt miri Maxie Ftovn-
Jnn Vnlerie. Henry Armetta War- bloom are Included In the stellar
ten Hymer. Doußlas. Fnwlry J Par- mat
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Thanksgiving Day Turkey Shoot
Y A!l Day i#
$ And Night w
w McMURDO \
f SERVICE STATION ?
* V .H|Minnrrd h
The I • khart I nit of
With coch package of three Fuller (regular or professional)
Tooth Brushes, we will give you a large can of Fuller Tooth
Powder or a lube of Fuller Tooth Paste FREE. Fuller Tooth
Brushes hove natural unbleached bristles . they last longer
ond retain their firmness when wet.
Packaged J lor P 9 6 for SI.9S
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FAMOUS ™ i A* J POPULAR
FULLER WUW FULLER
BRiSTLEB fe. FLESH BRiiSli
SHORT TIM! OFFER Phone or Write your Puller Dolr TO-DAY
514 ROSE HILL AVENUE
Phone 2643-J
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Maryland Maid
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Delirious Fruit C’akes filled with bl.uk walnuts. Inqlnh walnuts
pecans. glair cherrie*. figs, pineapple hearts, citron, lemon aiul
orange prrl. also, California Seedless Haisins.
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2 Pound Size 50c 4 Pound Size SI.OO
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FRUIT RINGS
ON SALE AT YOUR GROCERY /
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Baked By /
j Community Baking Go.
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