Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 15, 1944 · Page 9
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'SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1944 NINE i i l>. I . f • --••'•• ! •'*-'• ! ! iignrs or High bchool £ (Continued {tarn • P*ge•• 3) '•, CltESAPTOWN'JUNIOR HIGH \Vliafs all this cheering out on thr playground : after school? Well, if ii Isn't the sbftball tournament ing full blast! Looks as though M Is in the lead, but -we'll tell you the details next week. • . • •• Tlie students-.- and- -faculty'' m«m- bers extend their deepest sympathy to Mrs. Elizabctli H. -Pentz in the loss of her - brother, First Lieut. Chiii'les E. Hickerson, Jr., of the U. s. M. G., in the South Pacific ar zone. ..V .. .; .-. Tuesday the (Safety Patrol held ihcir regular meeting at whlcli.'time Cuptain Ellen OrndohT and Lieu Is. Harold Winstanley aiid David Lewis vc reports on the meeting of the Cumberland Area Junior Safety Council. A safety movia shown to them emphasized the need for care In our walking on the left side of the street facing traffic. Witt: the children walking between the school and the crossroads please take notice? Billy Hardesty and Lester MrKenzie took the pledge of membership given by Captain Ellen OrndorfT. We were glad.-to'- see- the face of Mrs. Edith Flanagan,- former.man- ager of the school cafeteria, help- Ing on Tuesday. -;' . '" * A special assembly was held JvTon- cay in honor of. "Fire Prevention Week." The meeting was conducted iy. -Eres i _W,_Q._ Wenrick and Fire Chief H. A. LasherTsf-the-.Qresap- town Volunteer Fire Company~in- troduccd by the principal,. Miss Nefflin. Chief Lasher stressed the protection and safety needed to homes, - . We are glad to have one of our former students, Betty Lou Taylor, back in our school ; again this scar, ai a member 'Of Grade Nine. "'. Mrs. Mary Alderton underwent an operation on her eye on.Mohday. V-'e were glad to have Mrs. Elizabeth Gcis substituting for her but welcomed. Mrs. AJdertoh back on Thursday, ' "•*.''. -• We-are'»rr'y.to have MiijsTliomfu still- absent from, us", but glad to know she; is better; •.:. -,- We ^er* also sorry to have Miss Helen Simons leave us. Mrs. Fritz is substituting for'. her. • Miss Simons, was transferred from the sixth gr*de to:AUegahy. as physical education teacher. Miss Margaret : Morrissey, Dr. Kolb and Miss Pressman have been in the health clinic for three 'days pulling .teeth. Everything seems to have gone oh right smoothly. •.'; Miss 'Winifred Greene, 'primary supervisor, visited at the school Tuesday. - We" are always glad to welcome any .visitors.! ' Our assembly this week was glveri by 8-1. I'm sure everyone enjoyed It, A play was given entitled "Brave .Admiral." John Parsons played a flute and Donald McKimwy played a cornet. ' CRESAP. * . * * FORT ASHBY HIGH , In; Bleacher Chat Monday, October 9, .Paul O. Rouzer made the announcements ' for. the week. Among triem was the game of the Fort Ashby Eagles vs.,the LaSalle Explorers.which was.to be held at the, Fort-.Hill stadium last night. Our second movie of the year, "The.Light of the Western Stars," by Zane Grey, was presented on Wednesday. The 7th grade boys played the 6th and 6 grade boys-in an amateur football game last Thursday. . The boys wore the uniforms o! the varsity and looked like (pardon the expression) over-grown pigmies.- Providing the first game on the home field, they played* hard and looked plenty tough.. • The score? Oh! Yesl Norman Oster from the seventh grade carried the ball to the goal as the crowd roared making the final score 6 to 0 with the 7th . grade proving to be the best team. ... The P-T. A. meets nest Tuesday in the Elementary Building at 7:30 p. m. ! W« understand that a committee was appointed to put over a big Hallowe'en party In our gym on the 31st. :. ; - . . . Tlie P-T, A. is putting out a monthly news bulletin this year. The first one will be but Monday and will go to all'parents who have children in either the Elementary or the High School. . And. now we must' get to that football game, our Eagles experienced their third gam'e, against LaSalle last night. To be truthful we didn't exastly expect to win but'we do know, as always, they did their best. Our -school spirit is good whether we win or lose and you can't win every time,- you know. . THE HILL. TOPPERS. : * * » BRUCE HIGH (Westernport, 'Md.) The Boys' .Hl-Y recently elected the following officers: President, Robert Derham; vice-president, Robert Roberts; secretary, John Kelly; treasurer, Leo DiGiola; and chaplain, John Donnelly. J. T. Ritchie is the faculty advisor. The boys selected twenty-two new members and Initiation procedures will begin next week. Tuesday, October 10, was . known as registration ' day throughout Bruce. Teachers of ..history and social studies classes conducted tills event. .A. mock election for the president of the United States will be held some time In the near future. Vernon Getty resigned his position as teacher of English at Bruce to. accept a position at the University of Maryland. Mrs. Michael Fahey has assumed Mr. Getty's duties. The IV-C class held a skating party Friday, October 13. Many attended this fete In spile of the date. The A Cappella Octet made two appearances this week. Tuesday night it sang for the Piedmont Women's Club and Thursday night for the McCoole P-T. A, ,At least our hopes and dreams of having a school band are coming true,- in the very near future a band will be organized under the direction of Miles I. Haran. ECURT. • * '» KITZM1LLER HIGH Big news Tuesday—The Ink'Spot was published. Thursday evening after school a group ot students went, up to the Myers -farm to make some cider for the carnival and from what we hear they must have had a good time Practically all the girls are running around carrying strange things to and from the Home Economics room. You .can-tell there is something going on and that carnival is Be a Portrait of Beauty Attain the loveliness that our Frederic Tru Curl Wa»« can impart to you. Expertly shaped and ttyled, it. leaves your hair radiant, beautiful curls, a soft natural wave. PHONE 4539 Twila's Beauty Salon 110 S. Centre St. We Spcc'.altzt In All Pltairi o/ Bcauiv CuKura. It. The details 'on the carnival will be given next week. The seniors had a visitor Wednesday. It was one of last year's alumni, Inez'cardora. Monday when ttie seniors, went into history room they saw a challenge from the Juniors on the board. It was for a debate between the two classes for the next assembly. Wo learned Thursday that all t)ie assistants on the school paper staff would put the third Issue out. They are being prepared for next year as we want the school'paper to continue. The answer to last week's Who's Who was Anna Jane Wilson. This week's Who's who; Who is the senior boy running competition with a certain boy from Blalne over a brunette? Kitzmillcr Kitzmlller, Oct. 14 — Mrs. Homer Pi-alt entered Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, for an operation. Joseph Beau's returned from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. His daughter, Miss Ruth Bealis, R. N., returned to Baltimore. Joseph Dennis, Fort Mefldo, visited his mother, Mrs. Joseph Dennis. Mrs. Laurence Moore visited at Barton. Mrs. John E. Wilson and Mrs. Mary Mullen, were Keyset visitors. thuml) cut off when caught between cars. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Conner daugh- jter, Bei-nice and grandson, Carol Taylor, visited Mr. and Mrs. U. I. Carter, Cumberland. Mrs. FVnnie Sullivan returned -.from Thomas. Airs. Rebecca Fragyett Is visiting at Trl-Towns. Mrs. \VaUsr Kestcr, GraUon, Is visiting here niece, Mrs. H. G. Evans. Kitznilllcr, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aduins, Vlndex. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Calandrella, son Ralph Jr.. H. L. Poole, Joseph Arnold and Everett Shurplc.ss returned from a fishing trip at Fox and Ox Canm, near Petersburg. Al Smith Eslalc Shared By Children New York. Oct. 14 </P—Tlie bulk joi the e.slate of Alfred E. Smith, former New York state governor and 1928 Democratic presidential candidate who died Oci.. 4, has been licit in equal slimes to his five cliil- ! dren. • Tilt win. filed .U'storday by 17. S. : Senator Robert K. Wagner,'placed ' the formal value of more than '$15.000 on the pros* estal«. Dated Aug. 1, 1944, U also bequeathed $5,000 to his sLstcr. Mrs. Mary A. : Glynn. : HERE'S A TIP FOR™ I COLO CLOGGED NOSE ; Of»o up stuffy, cold-clogged nose with 2 drc;;= Pcnctro Nose Drops in each nostril. Breathe freer, almost instantly. Caution: Uso only as directed. 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