Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 11, 1958 · Page 25
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 11, 1958
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ffHOSTBlIRC-KE YSER A*4 Tri-Stmt* Ar** iVw* (25) EvMi»f Turn*, Tkwrifcy, D««»*r 11, W* Tii-Towiw Fire Company 1 Holds Election Of Officers PIEDMONT — Thomas Bryan was elected president of Tri- Towns Volunteer Fire Company 1 Tuesday bight. ' Other officers are Overlon B. Walker, vice piesldent; William WilUson, secretary: Raymond Lee, assistant secretary; Louis Schoppert. treasurer;' Theodore Combs, chief; Vernon Hamilton, assistant chief; William Hood, captain; William B. Anderson, Lieutenant and Elmer VanPelt, who has held the scrgeant-at- arms office since 1939. Walker and Robert Kimble are members of the executive com- miltee.-Delegates include Combs, Hamilton, Hood, Walker and Kimble. ; ;, ' The fire company js conduct- Ing a fund campaign to help pay tor a new, 'truck which was ordered ],ast. t May, and to defray expenses dealing with a new building to 1 house- the vehicle. Coin cards are being distributed. . ( • :• Pill Concert Wesleyan Service Guild of Trinity Methodisf Church , will sponsor its 'fourth annual Christmas concert Sunday, 'December 1 !!, in the sanctuary of the church. Mrs. J. C. Rhodes will present i 15-minute organ.' prelude at 8:45 p. m., followed by 'the concert. The Treble Choir, under the dir«ction' M of , Miss .Betty Jean Withrow,-"Will offer several 'anthem* •nd'sejcteite of the Treble ChoirVwill present a number,,, A vocal duet, Vill be given by 'Rev. and Mrs."' Samuel Jf' Rexrode. Trinity;Choir of the church will be represented" by three soloists, Mrs. Ha'nnf"Umstot,.'John Potter Your Authorized General Electric * • Weitinghoute Dealer FROSTBURGTV Sale* and. Service T«l. 1296 Frostburg Dudley's Markets KKHART 110 IOWMY IT. Phcnt J02-W Phon. 1175-J Fri. - Sat. Specials , Chicken Legs & Breasts . 59c lfc . and Victor Kalbaugh, and * vocal duet, Mrs, Garland Cheshire and Mrs. John E. Grindle, with accompaniment at the organ bv Miss Patricia Kelly. Featured guests will b« Mrs. P. S. Morgan, a reading; a duet, Miss Bonnie Kooken and Miss Faith Grindle, and Jose Dizon of the Philippines, a, student at West Virginia and Wesley an College, Buckhannon. Area Farmers Seek Pulp Wood ROMNEY — John Porter, county forester with the West Virginia Conservation Commission and Sloan Timbrook and Bowers Shreve, both representing the Potomac Valley Soil Conservation Service, met with officers of the Wood Procurement Division o the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company recently to discuss the possibility of procuring a pulp wood contract for farmers of the area. Porter arid^oil conservationists in Hampshire County have beer promoting woodland improvemen cuttings, and pulpwood is the principal i product 'of such cut tings. Farmers cooperating in the improvement , plan would find a market for the poor quality trees in their -woodland. No contract has been made "be Hampshire County group, but an agreement is expected in the fu ture. , Card Parly Held GRANTSVILLE -Mrsi John Hershberger entertained th'e. Hi Lti '500 Club a recent evening Two tables were in play. Honors went to Mrs. . Donalc Newman, Mrs. Donald Swauger and .Mrs: Luther Huff. Mrs. Ken neth Edwards was a guest. Refreshments were served. SPECIAL! Men' Fur Lined GLOVES '4.95 GIFT CMTIF1CATIS FOR MERCHANDISE OF YOU* • SELECTION SHANNON'S WE OIVE S1H ITAMM MAIN ST. rtOSTIU** '", ~ , n A 1 A A A nrl****VA Area Pastor Transferred To New Post JKEYSER-Rev, Charles W, Paskel, pastor of First Methodist Church for nearly seven years, is being transferred to Emmanuel Methodist Church, White Sulphur Springs. , Succeeding Rev. Paskel will be Rev, \C. G. Stcyer, who comes o Keyser from First Methodist Church, Shinnston, '-where he served two years. The changes are effective January 1, 1959. When asked why the transfers were taking place 'at this time nstead of at the usual annual session of the Methodist Conference, Rev. Paskel said that the resignation of, Rev, G, M. Curry as pastor of Logan Methodlsl Church in 'September Jo Join the Methodist Publishing House 'if Nashville,' Tenn,, "set up a «ort of chain reaction." In October, Rev!' L, E. Crowsot moved, from Trinity. Melhodisi Church Piedmont to Logan, and Rev. ,S. D. Rexroad came from White Sulphur Springs to Piedmont. " < ' Rev." Steyer''js' a graduate ol West Virginia 'WtAtytn 'Colleg'e and Westminster Theological Seminary. He, 'was 'also,' former pastor < of', .Vincent 'Memoria arid for two 'years served' as chaplain in the ; U. S. Army. PTA Metis Tonight "Peace Qn Eearth", will be the theme of the Christmu program to be presented 1 ! by the Home Room Mothers ef the PTA in Keyser High School tonight a 7:30. / , n > v George Miller" will be in charge of the candlelighting ceremony, after which Rev.' Charles W. Paskel, of First Methodist Church will give the prayer and scrip- Lure. * The high school junior choir will sing three selections: "Why Do Bells for Christmas Ring," "Peace' On Earth;',' and "Chris Is Born in ' Bethlehem." The Junior Choir of Church of the Brethren will sing "Silent Night" and ''Bring a Torch, Jeannette Isabella. " ' > *• ' Children from Emmanuel Episcopal Church will sing "A Christmas Jingle" and Gay and Kaye Boyce, of the' Assembly of Goc Church, will-ising a duet. The Junior Choir of Janes -Methodis Church will sing "There's a Song in the Air" and the Junior Choir of First Methodist Church wil sing "Hark! Hark! HarkY', "Mary's Carol" ' will be pre- r^fifaH Kv ' ttta > Vntith Phnfr n SenicQ oy • inc lOuin ^noir 01 Grace Methodist ^Church am Mary x Hester tH Church '.will , offe^ (•bin Hood Flour • 25 - lb; tx* $1.98 K.'.n.r Dill Pickl«« 2 49c Hock'Walnut , Kernel* 'b.98c Fruit Cakes 2 "> 99c Nticnf. Coffee - <•« i° r $1.09 Y«tch Club Coffee '-u-«"69c H.ini Appl. Sauce 2 »•«• i«" 33c U. «. T4o. 1 Potatoes *> i>> >">« 99c ^ All« o Compl.t. lim -^ Oiriitmat. Candy and Nuti Palace Theatre Lait<.T-ime Tonight* OfTHI AMAZONS rv^.~~ 1U annual Chrtelttu party t«4«y ,lh« »tr«*t floor of SI, Pat- rlck'» Hall. The party will to of the church, A pro«r»in preceded by a turkey dinner *t 6:30 p. M. In the basement of the hall. The m*«l wi'l 1«> served by embers of Court, Theresa W7, Catholic paughters of America. Mrs. Vivian Mullaney, grand regent, heads the committee In charge. Clifc Eit*rt«l»»< Homemaker* Annual Yult • Party Scheduled Tonight MT. SAV40E - HTb* Mt. fev.i The VOMM Mult* W Ml. ••»'•? Ho»ne»u*ker« Club will hoW *t« AletJhMst Church will their annual CbrltUnM r*rty t*, r> , day *t «;» p, m. In wcial <*««f presented by members and il»|l* «iHs will b« ewh*n|»d. SRC Group 1$ Honored CHARLESTON. W. V«,'(W«)4 Honors for «lx Stat* Rt«4, Com- Memben of the GN Card Club!mission employes with m*r«.tha» of CIlU Hill 'Vere enterUlnedljs years service have b**B,aw«r(l- Tuesday night with a Christmas ed by the Amcrkian Ana; of^tttt parly at the home o( Mrs. B«- Highway Officials, i : "'.^ , nard Winner, Columbia Avenue. SUte Road CommlMloa«f : .?»t were exchanged and C. Graney handed out.certlflcaW* secret sisters revealed for '1959. »nd. 25 year pins W«dn*»day to Five hundred was played and George W s McAlpIn,,'AslliU prises were won by Mrs. M«ude chief engineer; Harry C, Schw.t Holslngef, Mrs.. Thelma • Green der, director Of .the planning n and'',Mrs. Margaret Ci'ow. traffic dlvliloni,Moot* dCatletti Mrs. Thelma Greon will b« chief road Inventory engineer; ' I. C.,ChrUty,'»ssi!t«nt'r " hostess at «'meeting^ January i Dl»«r Held , . , Mrs. Bertha Farrell .was'holt , _ resident «n, flneer «t Moundsvllle; Eirle w. , Rllcyl designing en,'gln««r: ahd Jo- ess to'the Cheerful Card'Club «t »«Ph •>• Melody, assistant district NEW HOUSED SPEAKER — Rep. ,W V Stuart Helm (R-Armstrongy,"|eft,"oUtgoing"speaker"'of the^Pen^sylvania" State House of Representatives, congratulates his successor, Rep; H. G. '. Andrews (tf-Cambria) after Andrews was en- •dorsed^t a Democratic House caucus In Harrisburg for the speaker's post. Democrats will control the House, 108-102, (AP Photofai) 4-H Congress Honors Yout ", •-"• '', ~ , - • < AURORA - Ronald'Stemple, 18,' of' Aurora,' was honored at petroleum beauty queen and the slate, winners, their sponsors and 4-Hleaders. Stemple'lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Brooke Stemple, on Potomac Fire ers Elect William Maples t; '»'• , / '<WESTERNPORT — William 10, Ul AUIUIB, ' WHO UU1IU1CU al, 1TT£jeAlylvl!i WJ * A v " ' the , thirty-seventh ' 'annual 4% Mayles, chief of Potomac Fire Club Congress in Chicago as the Company, 2 for 18 years, _was tractor program winner ,in the Stale of West Virginia, ^Stemple won Ihe state tractor :rown on the basis of his outstanding record of activity and leadership in the 4-H tractor program. He was awarded,an all- expehse paid trip to the Congress in'Chicago by the American Oil Company,, which sponsors the tractor program in West'Virginia and 21 other eastern and southern slates. The program Is directed nationally by, the Extension Service in cooperation with the National Committee on Boys and Girls' Club Work. Highlights in Chicago for Stehiple were his crowning as elected president at the, unit's recent annual meeting, Other officers include Calvin Shlngler, vice president.; James keen, recording secretary; Francis Jardine,: financial secre- :ary; -Patrick Mills, treasurer;" Paul Michaels', chief; Gerald Harrison, chaplain and Paul Karla- wilz, sergeanl-at-arms, Members of the board of directors are Victor Keller, Mayles, Hackett, Shingler, Paul Michaels, William Smith, Clyde- Michaels. Alternates include ' Mills, James Cirillo and Green. Newly elected officers will be installed Tuesday, January 6. Meeting Scheduled The monthly business, meeting the state - tractor winner by 'a 0 [ the Parent-Teacher Association of St. Peter's Parochial School honors, dinner attended by all W JQ b e nc y ; n the school auditorium tomorrow. Classroom visitation will be al 7, p. m.,1followed by the meeting , Students'of the first anc 'When Father Carves the Turkey." ' - r '* • K ' "Brief Mention Mrs. Louise Athey, Spring Street, is convalescing* at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dolores Ogle, Fells Church, Va., following surgery at University ttospital in Ballimore. their| 495-acriv farm in Preston second grades will present a pro Now 'a freshman at West gram. A dance will be offered by Tire Safety Special Luke Firemen Dine Tomorrow LUKE — Group singing of Christmas Carols at the monthly meeting of the' Luke Parent- Teacher Association in the school auditorium was led by Mrs, Florence Liller, principal. The group decided to serve the annual dinner for,the Luke Volunteer Fire Company tomorrow evening. Members brought gifts to be turned over to^the United Organizations for distribution to underprivileged children. Miss Phyllis Wilt's room won the prize for having the mosl parents present. Refreshments were ser.ved by the liospitality committee under the direction o: Airs. Frances "Miller, chairman. Towr Trade-in Makes the Down Payment :>rojecls 'Planned, CHARLESTON, W. Va. (UPpJ —Five Interstate 77 projects in Jackson County head a record bid letling scheduled December 30 by the West Virginia Road lommission. Projects include: Hampshire, County—Concrete paving" of 5.84 miles of -W. Va.- 45 between ?orks. of Cacapon and the Virginia State line. NEW FIRESTONE SUPER CHAMPKHIS '.• Built with Rrestooe Rubfacr-X for extra rhiteag* • S/F Safety Fortified Cord ifor extra safety • Sturdy 7-rib tread for extra skid protection Blackwall -Tube Type , 6.00-1 1 Size 7.10-15 *Plu$ tax and your recappabl* tire See quality chart posted in our Tire Deportment At firestaoe, prke b the true guide to the quofay of Virginia University, he Was a member ,of Ae National Hdnor- ary Society in high"school, editor of the yearbook, and president of lis junior and s'enior classes. From' his eight 4-H projects, ranging from dairy to Iractor. IB has earned $2,000 which ho is using to help finance his college education. Through the tractor program, Stemple says "I learned to keep a tractor in the best running condition and how to handle it safe- y and efficiently. This has not only saved us time in the fields, but also helped us to avoid re- pairs'and the ever-possible injuries'.". gTOllp of high .SCllOol girlj. 'Mothers of pupils in the third and ' fourth grades will be in charge of refreshments. Mr. Brief Mention and Mrs. Orland Biggs, are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pence, Hammond Street. The Biggs have been residing at Fresno, Calif., since he retired from the Luke plant of the Wcsl Virginia Pulp and, Paper Com pany. They are moving to a house on the McMullen Highway below Rawlings. [uiiior Civic ClubMeets OAKLAND - The Junior Clvld lub met recently in the 'ellowshlp Hall of St. Paul's iothodist Cluirch. Mrs. Robert 'foudfool, American Home chair- ian, featured Christmas decora- ions In the program.' Mrs. Jay Bell gave a talk and emonslration on "Do It Your- elf Christmas Decorations." Mrs. 'roudfoot also displayed some lecorations.Mrs, Edward SmousCj Irs. Wilbur Closo, Mrs. L. J'. acher, Mrs. Mack Propst and Irs. John Recner Jr. ^composed he committee on arrangements. Mrs, Helen McIIenry, presl- lent, conducted the business fies- lon, GuesU ware Mrs. Alvin Friend and Mrs. Harold Hnrnod. a turlwy dinner Tuesday evening at hcf, home. ,The meal was followed by a 56Q card party. Prke winners were Miss Mar- Ilia Reagan. Mrsi Adelaide Logs- doii, Mrs, Anna Mirl« William* and Mrs, Leon* Reagan. Y Uriel Mention , - ThV, Holy INamc v Society will receive.Holy Communion Sunday at the'7 a*, ml mass In St. Pat rick's Catholic Church. Court Theresa 557, Catholic Daughters of America; \yllP sponsor i a social tomorrow at 7:45 p. m, in St. Patrick's Hall, engineer at .Keyser. Jingle Puny Tomorrow PIEDMONT-Htlen Gold Bible Class will hold * jingle party «t the Presbyterltn' Church -tomorrow at 8 p, m. ' i • ' '.For Sale: 1 rebuilt washer, 1 reconditioned, 1 ,Bendlx 'automatic. Phono 0V 9-9148. -Adv. N-T Dec, 11 Polaroid Camera Headquarter! —See our complete line at arises. -Adv. N-TDec,,U Shapiro's Keyter, W. Va. Finest in Fashion Ladies and Gentlemen Lost: Young "Beagle i Dog —I Vhite spots — brown cars ^ Re-j >ard — Apply'77 Bowery Street, li 'roslburg. Adv.-N-T-Dec. : li|| Marshall Lumber Co. IONACONINO Ph. HO 1-3171 WINTER RECAPS 14" SIZES AVAILABLE AU SIHS IN S10CK FUUY OUAUkTIID WE'LL MGAI>. YOU* OLD CASING Clarysville Motors OAHYWIUI, MB, 0V flrtfttf« GIFTS "FOR THE vi^S, ENTIRE FAMILY E-Z TERMS DEZEN'S PH. OV 1-1366 FROSrlUKO, ' Wi OIYI ttH Or«n Itampi N»i I. Fbg. Nal. lank ' For Sale; Girl's 20-inch Schwinn -bicycle, $25. -Phone OV 9-5244 after 4 p. m. -Adv. N-T Dec. 11 ' For Sale—Dressed Capons. 7-9 Ibs. Average.. Claude Pope, Salisbury, Pa. 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