Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 10, 1948 · Page 21
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 10, 1948
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KEYSER And West Virginia News- Evening'Times, Friday, December 10, 1948 Eastern Panhandle Counties Report 1,702 Deer Killed The. deer kill-in the seven-coun- £".• ties, of Conservation District No. 6 * - comprising the Eastern • Panhandle t dl West Virginia, during the slx-claj •e&son last week totalled 1,702. according to 'Conssrvation Officer . Claude E.. Rice, of Keyser. - . 'Grant county led -with • 502 legal-kills, breaking the record ,J «et there last year by'10, Fifteen illegal kills were also reported,. , • Hampshire was second; with 376, iurpassmg--'the--l947- mark .by 16. Tony Rubein, -Greensburg,- Pa., shot • the -largest reported, an 18-point, *.' 250-pound'buck. • •'• The young.and the old also had a I", field day in Hampshire county. , Marvin'TWnker, 13-yacr-old son of . Mrl and Mrs. A. A. Rinker, Romney, killed an • eight-point, 150-pounder' "' on the farm of his grandfather, David Rinker, .west of Romney. And 72-year-old- Lemuel Wise, Romney, bagged his first deer on the last day of the season near the Black ;' Lick- School. It weighed 172 pounds. ,-".- - . Hardy county's deer kill r;as 322, * according to 'conservation- officers. 3- T-.t figure topped-the 1947 season •'• by 41. Five illegal deer were reported •;'."•' iiain.' Two hundred forty-five hunters •Vere successful in Mineral county, — ''-»cco: : ding to Rice.-The weather did -.•> not permit much hunting the first -- two-days. ' . '.,,:, v The' Pendlewn' county deer, kill •.- hit an all-time high o' 164. .The . woods were unfit lor hunting two dayi because of rain. Ice and snow. Conservation officers from Mar- Needy To Get Food Baskets KEYSER. W. Va,—All churches, Sunday school clasesses, civic, fraternal and business organizations and citizens" are being contacted by letter by. Mayor' John c:' Freeland for contributions for baskets of;food to be distributed to needy families in Keyser 'and vicinity at Christmas. The City Office, Davis .-Street, will be used as a 'clearing house in order that duplications may be avoided, Mayor Free'land- said. Forty-six baskets of food were distributed to families last' year, benefiting 78 adults and 67 children. ' Tile names of needy .persons may be given at- the City Office. Citizens desiring may have their grocer prepare and deliver a basket to a family of their choice. In that case, Mayor Freeland requests that the name of the family to whom the basket has been delivered., be given .the City Office. • •• Mayor Freeland suggests that the baskets contain the.following items: One chicken, three to four pound's; one bunch celery,' two cans milk, one pound coffee, one pound.nuts, Moose Lodge To Initiate ROMNEY, W. Va.—Seventy-live candidates will be initiated in the "Ralph'C. Dusic Class" in ceremonies by Romr.ey Lodge No. 1371,'Loyal Order of Moose, at the' home'here Sunday. • The class is named In honor ol the immediate past president pi the West Virginia Moose Association and secretary of the local lodge. The activities will start at 2 o'clock and will be held in the auditorium of the American. Legion •Biulding. Approximately 200 Moose from Keyser, Moorefleld, Piedmont, Charles Town. Terra Alta, Martins- burs, and Cumberland are expected to attend. P. Roy Yoke, past' supreme governor, w'lll be the-special guest and speaker for the occasion. • Following the' initiatory degrees a buffet supper will be served at the home. The. committee'in charge of arrangements is Robert W. Powell, chairman; -Robert -Hamilton, governor of Ronvney Lodge, and Short. . The local lodge has beer, conducting a membership drive the past two months. At the present time the Romney Lodge has 450 members. . , Yule Treat .Planned . The First National Bank of Rora- ney will hold 'a Christmas treat for the children o- the communities ol Rorrtney, "Shanks, Augusta, Klrby, Levels, Slanesville, Junction, Pur- gitsrtlle, Springfield, Green Spring rind other communities of the area, Saturday, December-18, at 2 o'clock. Vacation Announced ' -The schools of Hampshire county will close for the Christmas vaca- v .. t ^ , .... r .,tion Tuesday, December 21 and one -to ' two pounds hard candy, | will reopen Monday morning, Jariu- two'loaves bread,, one. pound but- ary 3, according to A. Clinton Loy, SCHOOL'BOYS' CHOIR—Members of the Boys' Choir, students' oi Fourth and Fifth grades at Keyser Elementary School, are shown above They will participate in the community Christmas program Sunday evening in the Keyser High School auditorium. Mrs. E. E. Church Is director. In the first row, left to right, are Edward Parrish, Harold Branter, Vaughn Mosser, Muriel Armstrong,-Joseph Hanna, ter,- one-half- dozen oranges and one'peck potatoes. The cost of such a basket will be approximately' $6.59 compared to SG.Q8 in 1947 and tlntburg, tie county seat of Berkeley | Mayor Freeland said. count}-, reported that 31 bucks were »"•" m ^Vief Mention ' slain. Nine-year-old Lyle Bartgis VJlled hit first deer' the same day as his 12-year-old brother. Max. .Both weighed 210 pounds. The boys reside In the Hedgesvffle community. The 'Berkeley • county season had more than its share-of unusual aspects. It was reported that a six" point doe' was killed by Herman Slonaker, of • Grant Town, \V. Va. Last year, a 32-point buck was killed by Lee Frick.-of'Pikeside, W. Va. Morgan county's total was 60, slightly under last season, according to Morgan .County Conservation Officer Earl JKidwell. ' . • The -total illegal kill in the .seven counties was 39, with 19 of that '• number 'in Grant courty. Grant county also led; in the number of • .wrests', reporting' 22' of the 41 in the district.- ••;• • ••-••'• • , Reburial Slated For Pf c. Hinkle Mr/ '-and Mrs. Paul W. Parrish, Keyser, announce the birth of a son in Potomac Valley Hospital ycs- A daughter was born to Mr. anO Mrs. • William Shaffer, Keyser, in Potomac' Valley Hospital yesterday. The Senior Choir- of Trinity Lutheran Church will present a Christmas muslcale, under, the direction of Leonard G. Withers, at the--4 o'clock, vesper service Sunday. Mrs. Robert T..,Coffman will accompany at the organ. A Christmas program will be presented at the Keyser Sub 7 DIs- trict Methodist Youth' Fellowship meetihg at .First Methodist/ Church Tuesday evening at 7:30. .- -FRANKLIN; W. --Va,—Reburial ward Hamilton', Child Feted On Sixth Birthday BLOOMIN.GTON—Agnes Juanita Hamilton was honored on her sixth birthday with a party at the home of.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 23d- - services' lor Pfc. victor HJnklc, son ol Lloyd and Oettie (Hedrickj Hin-' kle - •will' be Tield Sunday at IC^SO > R. m. in the Riverton Evangelical United Brethren, Church. ' : Rev. E.- B. Caplinger -will officiate and military honors-at the-'grn,vc in Cedar Hill Cemetery will- be conducted by representatives ol veter- __^« ••_!__. i.]_«_ ' ri,r '' "DoTlri 1 Pt.ATI Pendleton aris organizations county. ' - Pfc Hinkle, who ;was. killed ;in 1 Italy November 21, 1944, was born in Riverton, April 19, 1925. -He .entered . the service .In September, 1943.. and was a rifleman with.. the • 350th Infantry Regiment, of the 88th Division; ' Besides his parents, .he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Harvey Flannigan Defray, .Ohio, 'and Mrs. Ray Rosh, Bridgeport, -W. Va,, and 'eight brothers, Arvil, of Cumberland Ted, of Riverton; Cletus, of Eeverly: Ray,, of.. Washington: Roscoe. of Canton, Ohio;, Fred, '.of Sharrosds- ville, Ohio, arid 'Richard and Carl, at home. ••• • ..... • " ' Circle Sponsors ~ Christmas Party 'PIEDMONT, W.-Va.— A Christmas party featured the monthly meeting . , ol the Marguerite Arnold Circle- of ?; the -Presbyterian Church recently at ''the home of Mrs. Bernard Beard •with Mrs. June Hopkins and Mrs Pansy Mclntyre as joint hostesses. Mrs. Vida Unkswiler was received as a new member. A card was ordered sent -to Mrs. 'Zlta-Bowley Doret. England, a former .member, •The home was appropriately. decorated in keeping with the Christmas season.. . .... .-" .' . Others present were . Mrs. Jac* Hill, Mrs. Arnold Fink, Mrs. Rayj Hartman; Mrs. ' Donald McCombs, I Mrs. Jean -Stutzrnan, Mrs. Norman'.! Baughman, Mrs'. Donald 'Sharp! ess, I Mrs; Paul Samuels, -'Mrs. .Ernest Hitt, ' Mrs. Koy Cave, Mrs. Albert Magruder. Mrs. 'Foster Daniels, Ber- nnrd.-Beard and-Barbara-and Helen Those present were Mrs, Harold Fallen and daughter, Brenda Lee; Mrs. Pearl Bstcp,, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mpomau and children, Patty, Roland and Ernest, of Bawlings: _.„. _. Mr. and Mrs. James RIddings. and holtz ^ ugt , sta chUdreh," James,' Jr., William.j ' ; Gloria and.Connie..-.^ ..- •• ! • - - •— Mrs. Grace Tanner, Mrs. EvalJJook Collection Gerard, Westernport; Miss Maude Rigglemar., Washington; Alma Morton, James Morton, Ruth Elaine arid-Roger Broadwater, .Robert! Smith,- Ilene Bosley, Brenda Ruth,' Delores. Ann.-and. Richard Xfpper- man, Robert Hamilton and -Gary Hamilton, of Bloomington. superintendent of schools. .Mi-. Brief mention and .Mrs. John R. Twigg, Green Spring, announce the birth of a daughter. December 2, in the Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mr. Twigg is an instructor at Romney High School. The stores "and business places ol Romney will be open at nighirfrorrv December 13 to Dcccmber-^24, when closing time will be 6 o'clock. Over 100 persons attended the Christmas covered dish supper given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Hampshire Post. American Legion, on Monday in the Legion Building. The supper was for members of the auxiliary and Uieir families. Miss Myrtle Whlteman heid a reception recently in honor of the twenty-fifth • wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whiteman. • Miss Carmen Patterson has returned to Romney 'after visiting to Davis. - • , Mrs. James' -Rogers, Frederick, visited her father, E. W. Noland. • A special communication of Clinton Lodge No. 86, A. F. and A. M., Body Of Hero To Arrive 111 States FRANKLIN, W. Va.—The body of T-Sgt. Kingsley Spitzer, son of Rev. and Mrs. B. F. Spitzer. is being returned to the United States.'Interment will be in the \Vhitacre, Va., Cemetery. Born at Mathlas, Hardy county, Spitzer was killed In an air crash in Wales on December 28, 1943: He wr.s top turret gunner and aerial engineer on the Flying Fortress, "Situation Normal," in the Eighth Air Force. T-Sgt. Spitzer was credited with r. Messerschmidt 109 and a Junkers 88 in an attack on Munster. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with three oak lea' clusters. •Rev. and Mrs. Spitzer had three other sons in the service. Home Room Mothers Plan School Action KEYSER; Room w. va. — The Home ihe -Gay Burgess, Frederick Sheetz,'. Earl Studenwall, Gerald Halnes, • Robert Purinton. Second row, Richard Shuck, Edward Faugh. Dakan. Storehouse, ' James Webb, Edward Edwards, Page -Crites, James Turbin Leon Evans, Raymond Murray and Ronald Mcllwee, and third row, Scott Ward, George Wilson, Richard Wells, Jack Mc- .Greevy, Dale Johnson and Leon Treutle. ^^ Fire Auxiliary Plan • Annual Yule Party KEYSER, W. Va; —The annual Christmas party of, the- Ladies' following the dinner .under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Mott. After the program heart sister gifts were exchanged and gifts distributed to Room Movers Committee or n X^li^ of ylgllaht Reel and Hose Keyser Parer.t-Teacher Association C6mpan y wlll ^ ne id at the Fire approved plans to take action in jjall, Tuesday at 7:30.p. m. having the toilets in the elementary i school improved at a meeting this' week. The group also decided to take steps to arrange for a recreation room in the elementary school for children who do not go home for lunch. • • Students who eat at the school cafeteria or bring their lunch have' no place to go at the noon hour,! a member of the committee stated.! ry recently entertained the firemen with a turkey dinner at the ' home of Mr., and Mrs. Charles House, Jr., 37 Maple Avenue. A Yule program was -presented Great Workers 4-H Club Elects Officers MOOREFIELD, W. Va.—Officers of the Great Workers 4-H Club of Wallace School- were elected a; n recent meeting. They are John H. Scott, president; Evelyn Jones, vice president; Man' Billiard', secretary; Esther LUn IjUUKC IfV. ou, -^. * • ' "• ' *— *"J i . has been -called for tonight at- 7:30.!cole and Norma Sterns, song lead- Mrs F B. Wyand is visiting her; er s; Justine Hilllard, game .leader, sons-In-laws and daughters, Mr. .and ;and Emma Turner, reporter. Mrs F. T. McElroy, 'at Falls -Church, | - Th( ; first Monday In each month Va., and Mr. and Mrs. David SUne, j wfls s( , lcctoc ] ^ the meeting date at 'Strasburg, Va. . ' A chicken dinner was held lor Miss Hazel Shanholtz on her eighteenth birthday December 2 by her .parents Mr. arid Mrs. D. J. Shan- Inf ant Victim Of. Scald Burns. 'PETERSBURG, W. Va. —A collection of books has been presented to' the Petersburg High School library by Dr. A. R. Krause. The volumes, from the doctor's personal library, relate to psychology, geography, history and science. Dr. Krause Is .a former teacher of the school. Dine Out While Christmas Shopping Save Time . . . Enjoy a'Home Cooked Meal \ Twigg's Restaurant East Main Street Frostburp Should You Owe a MooWoie Balance on Your Car We Will Make Arrangements io Take Care of It far You and Still Do Your Repair Work on.Our EASY PAYMENT PLAN NOW YOU CAN HAVE THE BRAKES RELIMED As Low ftQ 'Per As WC Week For Satisfactory Automobile Repairs CROWE PONTIAC CO. Phone Frostburp 14 "Guaranteed Repairs on All Mokes' of Ccrs" Roast Beef Dinner Baked Potatoes Creamed Onions or Fresh Pecs Pineapple- Fritters Apple and Celery Salad , Desert 'and Coffee Homestead Restaurant 16 Broadway Frostburg, Md. Guard Your Family's Health ' . — Be Safe — Order Your Milk, Cream or Delicious Chocolate Milk Grade A Quality from MAPLE HURST DAIRY Phone Frostburg 305-J Dally Delivery Service Mildred Roti-uck Becomes Bride Of Charles T. Cutter KEYSER, W. Va,—Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rotnick,. Maysville, W. Va 'announce the-marriage of-their daughter, Mildred ETances Rotruck, to Charles 'Thomas•• Cutter, son of Mr. and Mrs, James-Cutter, Keyser. The single ring ceremony was;per- foimed in -westemport. Church of the Brettoen, Wednesday, • November 10 by Rev. J. E: Dettra, -pastor. Ferns- and. white tapers wera, used in decorating'the altar.'Given in marriage by her rather, the bride -was' attired in'al gray street length dress with black accessories and a corsage of, white rosebuds. . •-'-"",' Mrs. Louise DiMarino, Keyserr.sls- 't'er of .the bride, was. matron of honor and-wore a navy blue'street length dress with black accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds* Edward Conroy, • McCoole, served as best man.,' • • ' . ' • -'.""' „' Mrs. Rotruck chose for ber'daugh- • ter's wedding a gray suit with' black accessories and- a corsage^cf red rosebuds. Mrs. Cutter was-attired in a black dress with black .accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. . ,• ••'••• • . . Following the wedding a'receptlon was held at-the home of the-.brlde- groom's mother, , •„._.' .The couple is residing in^Keyser following a wedding trip ..through eastern states.. . Dance Scheduled 'T" BERYL, W. Va.—The- Beryl Pirs Company will sponsor a round, and souare dance tomorrow evening « the Fire, Han. String music-wiir fce provided' for dancing-^ PALACE THE STREET WITH NO NAME" 1 ttnrring Mark Stevtnt — Richard'Widmark LYRIC DEADLINE USED CARS 1946—Plymouth.Special Deluxe, 4-door Sedan . ' Radio and Heater 1947—Plymouth Deluxe, 4-door Sedan Radio and Heater Both are ; Equipped with NEW-TIRES 11- and FRANKLIN, W.' Va.—The month-old daughter' of Mr. Mrs. Oscar" Bennett; of Dry Run, died recently .'in .Rocklngham Memorial Hospital. Harrlsonburg, Va.. after she was burned seriously when she.pulled a pot of hot coffee off a .table. Betty Lou 'Bennett .was injured while -she and her parents were vis iting Mrs. Florence Harper here. Funeral • services were held December 2 in the Dry. Bun Church by Rev. ,E. B. Capllnger and Rev. E. A. Lambert. Interment was in the Bennett Cemetery near. Cherry Grove. The child, who wash bom December 27, 1947, is survived by a sister. v . ^ • . . , . A- quiz on -a -Bible chapter will bci held at the January meeting at the 1 home of Mrs: Ernest Hitt, Washington Street, "Westernport. • . DESIGN -HOUSE .. . Decorators and Designers ' Hours Daily 10 A. M. to .6 P.'M. Consultation b</ Appointment 45 W. Main St. Frostburjf Phone 882 It Doesn't Cost Anymore To Do It Right GIVE GIFTS THAT ARE LASTING— Something For Which You Will • Always Be Remembered Select From Our Stock of • Chairs with Ottomans—wide variety of covers ^ • Platform Rockers—walnut or maple •» • Lamps—Floor, Bridge and Table Lamps of the newest designs and prices • Desks—mahogany, maple, walnut • Mirrors—a selection of plain, framed and beveled in all sizes • To 'Help Your Christmas Buying ' " ' '. Use Our Easy Payment Plan HAM FURNITURE STORE Phone 65 Frostburg, Md. In Quality * MEATS at COBEY ENCLES Oysters on the Half Shell Thick Western Steaks ' \ ' • Ham' and Waffles Oysters, Fried and Stewed Doy GUNTERTOWN Phone FrostburV 8<1-J-1 - GIVE THE SEASON'S BEST I" ' Attractive Gift Cartons Md.. Fair.Trade Prices "None Lower Anywhere '•:. '.'. F ifth Old. Grandad .(Bottled in. Bond) 6180 Whit* Horte (Scorch)'.......... - 5.75 Sam Thompson (6 yr. old St. Rye) 5.69. Conodian Club (Syr. old Blended) 5.59 Four Roiei (5 yr. old Blended) 4.33 Swiu Colony Wines 98 Miniatures (Box of 10) ., .3.00 to 5.00 . The UPTOWN LIQUOR STORE Hotel Gunter Tap Room 13 W. Main St. Frostburg GIFTS FOR BOYS GIFTS FOR GIRLS Gilbert Tool-Chest ...... $5.50 up Chemistry Set $1.45 up Archery Set $1.25 up Tinker Toys ',. 39c up Wagons S9.98 up Work Bench With Tools •A small wooden work b'cnch and scat equipped with tools juch 01 Hcmmcr, Saw, Pliers, Screw Driver, Chisel ond'Square. . ' ' $6.69 each Wooden Ironing Board $1.35 Metal Ironing Board . $2.45 Toy Electric Iron $1.00 Toy Stoves '- $2.19 Doll Beds .... / $3.35 table And Chair Set Please the little girl with o table and chair set li's'c Morn's. Tubulor steel — red leather upholstery trimmed in white. $15.45 set LIGHTNING GUIDER SLEDS 40 Inch ...., .... $3.50 45 Inch. .....$4.69 52 Inch $5.98 56 Inch $6.39 I STEAK Round and Sirloin, Tender and Juicy. - 75'', b . Smoked Sausage 65c IB. HAMBURGER Ours Is the best, no fat, no waste, all lean. Fresh Daily ' ib.65c ib. 68c ib 60c ib. 65c ib. 65c ib. SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS Partridge Skinned Tenderized HAM FRESH HAM whole CHUCK ROAST STANDING RIB ROAST ' FRESH PORK SIDE Whole or Half , OLD FASHION SCOTCH HAM ALL PORK SAUSAGE LEGS OF LAMB PICKLED TRIPE SMALL FRESH PORK SHOULDERS Whole ........... ib. 50c CHICKENS •'• -• ••-•• •-••• lb ' 65c Loose ib. 60c ib. 65c ib. HOME CURED BACON Slab-Whole or Half.. ib. LUNCH MEATS A complete selection of' tasty luncheon meats Also Bologna • COUNTRY AND CREAMERY BUTTER • STRICTLY FRESH EGGS • COMPLETE LINE OF FROZEN FOODS COBEY ENGLE Meat Market 17 E. Main St. Frostburg, Md. DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 50

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