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I 5D C IETX *1 BY “PEG” COULEHAN Despite th* throes of last-minute Christmas prepara tions, there are <till persons brave enough to give parties during the week, among them .lack Lanich, son of Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd .1. Lanich, who will entertain at a dance tonight ( at the Cumberland Country Club. The guests will include a number of young people home from boarding school, who will gleefully seize the opportunity of seeing all their friends once again. Also on the pre-holiday calendar was the tea which Mrs. Cyril H. lleare and Mrs. Somerville Nicholson gave yester day afternoon at the former's Fayette street home tor Mrs. Thomas L. Pierce, of Providence, K. I. Mrs. Pierce, formerly Miss Louise Henderson, of this city, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Robert K. Henderson, for the holidays, and will be join ed by her husband. Colonel Pierce, later in the week. Another tea was that given Sunday afternoon by Miss Pauline McKvoy at her Washington street home for two prospective brides of the season. Miss .lean Holland and Miss Caroline Humbird. and two recent brides. Mrs. John Click and Mrs. Arthur Roe. Mrs. J. Russell Cook will entertain at a dinner to be followed by bridge tonight at the Ali-Chan Shrine Country Club. Aside from these and numerous other festivities, the week has been filled with Christmas entertainments at the schools and churches, all leading up to the biggest and best holiday of the year, Christmas Hay Cumberland Lodge. No. r>:t. It. P. (). Klks. will provide entertainment for its member- and their friends the entire week following Christmas. Don Crawford's trio will play in the cocktail lounge from Saturday. December 2i. up to and including Friday. December -'to. The regular New Year's Eve dance will tie open to members only. La Salle Seniors Plan Holiday Dance TV m nior class o! IsiSailt High School will hold an Invitation holi day dance December 27 it the Knight* n( Columbus ballroom, with music bv the Society Rambler The dance committee include. Joseph Stakem Robett M-Mill* n Jol.t M Carty, John Coyle and H< l> r’ Lewis. Mount Royal P-T-A Holds Party The Mount Royal Parent-Teacher Association held a Christina: party Monday with a 'iee lighting uul a program. William .1 (': : •■ as personal guide to Santa Clan.. who distributed gifts Give Linen Shower For Bride-Elect Mrs. A W. Rosser and Nl: John Saum entertained at Mrs Rr.sers home on Louisiana avenue with a linen shower in honor of Miss Mary MacPartland. whose marriage to William McFarland will take place Christmas Eve. To Give Beer Party At Cottage Inn Miss Anne Frances Whiting. Mi Betty Lee Crane and F. Br<a.k< Whiting II have issued invitation. lor a beer party to be given Thurs day night December 20. at Cottage Inn Turkey Shoot In Clarysville Tlie Erkhail Square Circle will hold its annual .-hooting match it McMurdos garage in Chin Mile. Sat. Dec. 24th beginning at lb a. m. and lasting until 10 p m. Sat evening. The proceeds derived from tlv shoot will be used lot the purposi of restocking of rabbits and othei small game. Last vear the Club distributed 240 rabbits in the vicinity of Eck hart and Vale Summit, and tin results in the game season wen most encouraging to the hunter who hunted in this vicinity. It t. the intention o! the Club to stm .. more thickly the coming year that, •vrr beiore. The .Jioot will be for turkeys, and rifles or shot guns are pormissable NO REST WANTED “ Well!" What s become of the old cashier?” • He's gone awa>." "For a rest? "No. to avoid arrest* * P * give them X\ / achance \ / to j° m the band There's no need for your boy or girl to be out of this fin* school activity. Musi cal instruments may be bought on our deferred pay ment plan. Free lessons in cluded In price. MUSIC SHOP. INC. ’ S. I.iher'y *t. ■aggßi STRAND THEATRE Mystery Thriller At Strand Friday For on* onh Pitday, the . .u.ij v. ..: .now .i nr. picture n bow'ilderim: ll h:i to bo .solved • U 1.-* th*- .second of the Rov ■".z H t'o'. t'Tv <*ne entitled While N*-w York Slo p. and Mars Mirh- Whulen. Jean Rodgers and Chirk Chandk-r In ;hts new Twentieth Ccnturv . Fi x picture the reporters catch the ; lx lore the kilhnc. print th* !'*. before it happens and have the* .ice on their own trail before they now it. The picture is grand lun :**m inception to climax and .-should not be missed. i G. C. Murphy Co. Xmas Party Saturday Morning Hie G. C Murphy Company will i stage their annual Kuitf.e party at ■ tuc Strand this Saturday morning. I'here will lie feature pictures, color •■noons and comedies and a Christ m: - stag, show by the Lee Winters nee Mars As an added attrac n. 'he Walt Disney new cartoon nion, "Ferdinand the Bull.' will •h'm ii Smta f'l.ms will be there per-on with a gift for even kid die [• Musical Hit Opens Saturday At Noon * .sntr'.i?; * noon Saturday the i a:. : .. 1 e:. Art:.‘t> and M .*l. A ■ id. .: tiring Jock Rn “ ■ i Joan Rennett. It 1- t a lavi.-li musical picture, with hit (| tunes, b* .;titiltil girls and a thousand . and one lauglis. Vi a, <a Cl M, 'ai va • ' i ‘a '<a Wi' - 5i *&>• ••s£q J LAST MINUTE GIFTS % ;§ FOR THE HOME 2 CHENILLE RUGS $ n & SILK BED SPREADS % . ; $4.95 Silk Bed Spreads $2.50 fa & RADIO HASSOCKS *f ; $1.35 Radio Hassocks SI.OO $5 <1 g RAG RUGS g *.< 98c Amcricon Made Rag Rugs 69c CLOTHES HAMPERS _ Jjl $5.75 Fancy Clothes Hampers $3.75 ftji ■i:floor lamps js $12.50 I. E. S. Floor Lamps $9.75 "4 CEDAR CHESTS S,? $17.50 Cedar Chests $13.75 y PILLOWS § S? 51.39 Silk Sofa Pillows SI.OO E INDIRECT FLOOR LAMPS J| ijjj $8.50 Indirect Floor Lamps $5.75 | FOR THE CHILDREN $j ROCKERS ',: 3 $2.95 Children's FIBRE ROCKERS $1.95 $3.95 Children's FIBRE ROCKERS $2.95 flj $3.50 Children's WOOD ROCKERS $2.95 BREAKFAST SETS $ S’ $7.50 Children's BREAKFAST SETS $4.95 S’ $8.50 Children's BREAKFAST SETS 55.95 ; desks }| y $12.50 Children's DESKS $9.75 e | £ lE. V. COYLE 1 FURNITURE COMPANY _ >0 45 Baltimore St. $\ 5 THE WESTKKN MAjxLANU VOICE UF INDUSTRIAL LABOR, THURSDAY MOKNING, DECEMBER 22, 1938 BIRTHS Mr and Mrs. Clarence Rlzcr, oi 615 Frederick street, announce the birth of a son Friday. December 16 In Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Vcnetta. of Lo cust Grove, announce the birth of a -on Thursday. December 15. In Alle gany Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Ruler, ol Berkeley Springs, W Vie, are the parents ol a daughter, born Friday m Memorial Hospital. Thanks Unions For Assistance Local 183 Textile Workers Organ i/.ing Committee, composed of the workers ol the General Textile Mills lonaronimt wish lo express their thanks and appreciation for the generous support Riven their solici tation committee by a Hill.i ted local •] unions of the CTO. •' Due to stoppage of operations, many of the workers and their fam- f die. (need a bleak Christmas time “ aid Clinton Groves of the commit ter but with the aid now received we hojie !<> be able lo give a little help to those most badly off Member.- of th< committee which! raised funds in addition to Brother • Grove were Annie Wilkinson, Ger- i •tude Green John D Alexander and ' Narvel Nine Local 1874 TWOC Supports The CIO Atthut Schusterman. president • I tx-.d 1874 Celanese Workers fn- . cm trial Union ot (he Textile Work- , er> Organizing Committee, told the j ' \ idee of Labor as we go to pa - | •hat the local Executive Board and | General Committee had adopted a[ :'solution pledging continued al- I filiation and loyalty to the TWOC o! the CIO Tin re.-olution a.is also to tie ' • diced before the general mrir.be: - .-hip of the local union at its meet- , • mg last niKht 'Wednesday! and ; lraal ofliciaLs indicated that they l expected complete ratlflcation. Tire I text of the resolution will be printed in our next Issue. Frostburg WPA Workers To Dance i t It is announced that the Frost burg local of the organized WPA r workers will hold a dance at the - American Legion Hnll at Fro tburg s on Thursday. December 39. at Bp. m. - Admission will be 15 and 35 cents. i *l7a* local has changed Its mcet- I mg nights and now meets at the i- Junior Order Hall. Broadway. Frost - burg, on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 7 30 pm AS USUAL A New Yorker took train 55 to Baltimore, was assigned to hotel '' r<'in 55. being taken up by bellboy d 65 Finding a friend's telephone - number was 505 he decided that ft ■s was la- lucky number. He bet SI,OOO ii on the fifth horse entered in the d fifth race True to fate, the horse rulin' 111 fifth. cy Vv 1 bsr A~ // iHiYi Tht* Voice of Labor art ist sketches the pr incipals in the new lavish musical hit. “Artists and Models Ahmad." which conies to the Strand Saturday as the gala holiday attraction. Jack I’.enny. Joan Renin tt. The Yacht Club Roys and scores of pretty girls are shown. An extra added hit showing with the at traction is Walt Disney's new color cartoon, entitled “Ferdinand The I lull.*’ Comedy Trio of New Maryland Hit Robert Young Low A. re and Ruth Hussey in a scent troin the Metro Ooldwyn Mayer picture Rich Man Poor Girl opening at the Maryland Theatre this Thursday. • GALA HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY MORNING AT 9 A. M. | Show Storting Promptly 9:30 ! "I PROGRAM sth Annuoi Hopalong Cassidy G. C. MURPHY CO. KIDDIE PARTY Wh e" N - Y - s,ee P* New Thriller • • „ Color Cartoons Tickets Now On . Sale at Murphy’s Com.dio. Toyland Lee Winter’s Show (Second Floor) • j Nows SANTA CLAUS WILL BE HERE WITH A GIFT FUR EVERY KIDDIE ► . STARTING SATURDAY AT NOON ! EtfsSyf n I y NL>\ 5 - § Grand liflf ■7.'. ■■ Year’s I Joyous Best I * dded co|or Hit Ou.t>*M W HO lAGiO r.iw IK. Cartoon PICTORIAL IN COLOR AND SPORT REVIEW :l PARAMOUNT & FOX NEWS IAMOIS INVENTIONS Eyeglasses wl’h vertlenl stripes tor bank teller' so they can recognize heir clients when they meet them on the street Especially large ink bofles exclu sively tor making capital letters. Ink with the spaces already in It ‘so you don't have to raise your pen Horn the paper A piano with the strings straight up in the air tor people who prefer I to play the harp. Rent smoke lor when your chim nrv gets bent It It should The Bellago a bell that when you press the button it rings ten minutes ago This is mostly lor get ting the firemen to your house be fore the tire starts it it should NEW VERSION Thirty days hath September. April. June, and my uncle tor speed ing STARTS THURS. DEC. 22 MARYLAND ROBERT YOUNG RUTH HUSSEY LEW AYRES GUY KIBBEE in "RICH MAN s POOR GIRL also THREE STOOGE COMEDY k. STARTS XMAS DAY OUR CHRISTMAS TREAT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! The producers of "Dovid Coppcrficld" hove brought another Charles Dickens' masterpiece to the screen. 4P> 7 ', —y i. — M K*• l Y 1? a I|A i.~ Ik -J I*o' ° 118 m W/. \ >*!•*!■ lock*** 1 It*— THIS FRI. & SAT. EMBASSY 2 FEATURES EVERY DAY BUCK JONES in “Stranger From Arizona” also Evelyn Vcnoble Craig Reynolds in “Female Fugitive” Another C hapter Tim Tyler's Luck Dicken’s Classic Yuletide Offering At Maryland Theatre Sunday Srrooee. Tiny Tint, the Crntchlts and the res'! ol thr beloved charac ters in (hr Charles Dlckfiw story como to 111-- m A Christmas Carol," (Utilization ol the classic tab- which conn’s Sunday to the Maryland Theatre Directed by Kdwin L Marin, with Reginald Owen in the role ol F.b oiiezor Scrooite. the miser, and Terry Kilburn a.s Tiny Tim the crl|j|>lcd child who touches the man's hard heart, the picture follows the orie ntal story with absolute fidelity. Old London of the Dleketv- jieriod Is faithfully reproduced, with Us I quaint Christinas costumes its sing ! mg of carols and other details of the ! story. | The cast Includes Gene and Kath leen Lockhart as Hob Cratchit. tin ' clerk, and Ills iffTe. parents of Tiny | Eatwell Grill Now Open For Persons Wanting Good Food At Reasonable Prices 11 N. MECHANIC ST. 1 Next to Maryland Cocktail Lounge ■ _ ~ r This Year, As You Have Been Doinn For Years BUY GEORGE'S FAMOUS XMAS CANDIES Special Christmas Mixtures and Boxes Special Assorted Chocolate I 22)r. .> • SI.IH Georges Home Made Candles in Boxa a:• 'ii..r a pound bos worth K! 50 ( v. 'nias Price s I .65 A Regular 3lb box worth $1 50 Chr.-tma Price s | .00 A Regular 2 lb box. worth *I.OO Clin-tin: Pun Pure Mixed Hard Candies, very special .. lb j.-j,. jibs a- ( . ( ANDY < INKS. etc. GEORGE’S CONFECTIONERY Corner Bedford and Decatur Sts. | J “Powermaster” Electric (k ' [ FOOD MIXER } I jk Make this her present io turn her W y iff future working hours m the kitchen Bl If into pleasure! Does all the tedious. IN GIFT BOX sL " 1L exhausting tasks connected with • ?Ul cooking . quickly and thoroughly Jk \ | Mixes, whips, beats, mashes, stirs and ■■ ft C jfl y. extracts juices' Powerful 3-speed mo- iji£f Msm f Jm tor Revolving bowl Removable, easy |L jfj to clean beaters. Stunning new tie- H a Wf sign, exclusive with Sears. Ivory baketl XR I enamel finish. A real beauty . . . and a 1 real bargain! Jk f Heatmaster Drink Mixer ■ Tggr t 9 \ nTy/ si A ,| p 1 Itl •> nh - R mmmmm t Tim. Lynne Carver and Barry Mackay are the romantic leads b< moge's nephew and his sweet heart and Leo O Carroll, Lionel. Brahani, Ann Rutherford. D'Arcy Corrigan and Ronald Sinclair are among the players. . The story tells of the regeneration of Ebenercr Scrooge, harsh nii*r, when shown Christmas of his pat*, present and future by ih' ghost d \r' Ills dead partner and tlilj” Christ inas spirits. Amid the . dramatic highlights of 'lie story are intimate glimpses ol family life and customs of the time. liIKF "Willie." asked tlie teacher of the new pupil "do von know your al phabet?" "Yt Miss in swered Willis Well then, continued the teach ••! what letter comes after A? ' ■ All the rest ol them was the triumphant reply DIDN'T SHOW .Sister Sue: "Did you get any bad marks at school today?' Brother Johnny "Yes. but they are where they don't show "