Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 9
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KEYSER And West Virginia - ••'.Evening Times, Thursday, December 23, 194S Yule Services Set Tomorrow KEYSER, W. Va.—Two- jKeyser •Churches will/hold Christmas Eve services tomorrow. . I '-Trinity Lutheran Church will pre aent.its annual candlelight servic R^;ll:30 p. m. with the processio b^ the Senior Choir. -.The. prelude -sill 'be.'"Yuletid Xchps," by Hodson, followed by thre numbers by the choir: "Come Tho Holy,, Spirit," and "Christmas Sym bol,"'in which a solo- duet will.b ,sims.,,by Mrs. 'Charles 'Farley an Mrs. • Clem Montgomery, and' th • third-^number, "Our Worship, Lo .The .postlude. 'will be Handel "Hallelujah." The choir is under the directio of Leonard G. Withers -frith Mr Robert T. Coffman as organis TV. W. Wolfe -will be in charge c the sen-ice due .to the illness o Bev. C. K. Splggle. ..-Saint Basil's.Mass will .be sun ,at midnight mass tomorrow at th .Church of-.the Assumption, James Street. Masses'on Christmas Da will be at 7 and 8 a. m. The choi .will be .under the direction of "Mis Prances T. Sarullo. Confession Trill .be heard at. the church 'toda from-4 to 6 p. m, and from 1 to p..-m,*.- ... . • . • Other Keyser churches will ob •erve • 'Christmas with services Sunday. . ."•"• Sunday morning at -11 'O'clock Grace-Methodist Church will mar! "Student Recognition Day" witr •emphasis on students home for.-th • holidays. Members of the' yout . departments will participate and will furnish special music. ,A candlelight service will be he!' «t Grace Methodist Church Sunday -evening. It will include a' Christ .mas' .'carol service sponsored' . by •members and friends of the Youn; .Adult Fellowship. - : ^Tile-Church of the Brethren wil tcature a. Christmas cantata- given ; by the choir of 30 voices at evening •jerrices Sunday at 7:30.. ' ; Under the- direction of Russel DeVore, the choir will sing Wilson's The Music of Christmas."- • • Sunday morning services at Firs i Presbyterian Church will include an 'anthem by the choir and s a Christ• mm: recitation by the. pastor, Rev John C. B. McLaughlin. .'. . Christmas Day 'at 6 ji: m,', there will be a joint sunrise prayer servic,. 'Jor'. members of Janes' Methodis -Church of Keyser and -Walden '•Methodist Church of.Piedmont a 1 .' the Piedmont Church., -Sunday at & p. m. there will be .•m candlelight service at Janes Meth- -odist Church.. .A mass chorus wil b comprised of the junior and senior choirs of Walden. and,"Janes "• churches which will'present a-program of" Christmas carols ending with "Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus.' Marylyn Lodge * Christinas Party BLAINE, W. .Va.—Marylyn Rebekah Lodge No. 23, ndd a Christmas party here recently. Mrs. T ( F. • OT>onnell and Mrs. Pearl Barrick •were "in charge of the program. Gilts, were, exchanged and carols •lung.-Refreshments were served. Those attending were Mesdames May Arnold, Mary Sharpless, .Grace • Evans, Marie Smith, Norma, Butts, .Edith! Evans, Ethel -Evans,' Helen Moon. David Sowers,' Anna Greaser, Fannie Sullivan, Lena Turner, Lacy 'Gofers, Minnie- Wilson, Anna Faughruarian Eanlin, Battle Bell, Hazel • Pyles, Gladys Haulin and ~3£ss'es~Eive M. Dean and Joy Rae OTXmnell. Officers Elected By Honor .Degree Group . ' PARSONS—Officers of the De- pet-'.-otBonor Protective Association were'-elected at a.recent meeting in tha Community Buildings with Mrs. :iI:irjTi''Masco, Parkersburg,' state director, presiding. -'' Tjiey'-include Mrs. James R. Bar' tonijpresident; Mrs. Carl Barr, first vice-president; Mrs. Victor Patch, .*econd. vice president, and Mrs. Eliot* Ryan past president. ' "Ushers are Miss Shirley Ann Bar' wa and Mrs. 'Asa Agee; inner watch, "Mrs. W. H. Permlngton;' outer :watch, Mrs. Nellie- Pennington; Its. Gay Nestor, Juvenile director. ; Miss Inez Allender was re-elected ' financial and - recording secretary 'mad Mrs. Dewey Nazelrod treasurer. '-—Miss-Shlrlfey.Ann Barton was pre- ii a pin lor outstanding juveniles during the past Preston County Village Sold To Pittsburgh Finn KINGWO.ODjV W.--Va.—The -sale of the vllla'gQ. of Bretz in- Preston county by, Carl E. Gustkey and James W. Watson. • both or Kingwood, to, the Standard Heal Estate Company, 'of Pittsburgh for approximately S125.000, has been an-, nouriced.-,- ' ' • 1 Sydney' 'Klein, an ofiicer 1 'of tlie Pittsburgh company, .reports an office lias been- opened In- Brete and that subdividing and remodeling of Glioii: Presents Yule.tille Ca «la la .' .MOOREFIELD, W.' Va.—A cantata, "The Christ Child,' by C. B Hawley, was presented in Duffoy Memorial Methodist'Church a : cent evening by the choir under tliu direction of Mrs. Raymond Slndy with Mrs. J. M. Harmaii as organist. . Soloists were Frank Troy, Jr., Mrs. Prank-. Troy, Jr., John - E. Mutson, Miss Dotty Kemp, Miss Ella Bergdoll, Mrs. Dorsey ' Thomas and L. Wayne Wilson. ' Other members -are Mrs. Eula Sherman, Miss Mae G-wen Matthews, t'tie 69 homes for re-sale would be-! ^-W.H. Kemp, Mrs. Robert Margin immediately. . sllajl - lte - ?tan!e - v Lahman, Included -in water system the and sale . were the several other SCHOOL HEAD RESIGNS—R, Miller .Golladay, who has'served as-principal of the. West Virginia School for the Blind at Romney for - 28' years, has. resigned to accept a position as cashier of the First ' National Bank of Romney, , effective January 1. Golladay also.served .as.super-, intendent of-the West > Virginia School-for. the'Deaf from March to October' in. 1945. He contributed outstanding, service in' the interest of the blind while' connected with' the school. '' ' Moose Will Honor Ernest L. Moon., Past Governor PARSONS, W. Va.—Parsons Lodgi No. 804, Loyal Order of Moose, wil honor Ernest L. Moon, first governo: of the lodge, by naming the. 1949 memetiership class after • him. ~ Moon, an organizer and charter member of the Parsons lodge, serve< as governor for • nine constcutive terms until he declined re-election last year, Under -bis leadership the lodge ;rew from the. original 50 charter members without - a lodge hall or funds to a membership of 300 .with. assets valued at $35,000. The annual Christmas treat for ;he children of Parsons was started and aid to needy families initiated That program has expanded and is continued board .'of officers. by the present The merit award for .outstanding service to the. lodge was awarded to VIoon last year. He has also received iie Fellowship Degree, second highest degree in the lodge. The membership drive will be extended through Christmas and Gov- einor. .Glavis. Corbin has requested •hat each member o' the lodge chain at least one -applicant. Elk Garden Lodge Has Yule Program % ELK GARDEN, W. Vai—A Christ- oas program followed the recent meeting of Lillian Eebekah Lodge No. 58. here. .Gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Attending were Mesdames Nannie Mayhewfl Evelyn Hanlin, Nellie ^itzmiller,.' Ell 1 -beth Schwinabart, Madonna Bane, Lou DLxon, Ruth Duling, Mae Burdock, Grace Ray, Llllie Kalbaugh, Jur.e Parrish, Goldie Iser, Audrey Morris, Mary tones, Loretta Ward arid Arlene Barb. Person&ls - . Pfc;- Marshall Evans, Keesler Air Force Base, is spending a 20-day urlo'ugh with his parents, Mr.' and .Irs. Wood Evans, Kitzmiller, en- oute to Camp Kilmer. Day's Receipts ^o Up In-.'Smoke ROMNEY, W. Va.—John Stank- 'Ich, owner and proprietor of the ity Meat Market, recently paid an \pcnsive visit to'liis mother who esides in Barnesborough, Pa. • When he left he asked his son, ohn, Jr., to take the day's receipts ome. The son put the money in a aper sack and left it. on the kitchen able while his mother was cleaning ithout telling her it contained oney. . Mrs. Stankwich, unaware about 200 in cash waS'in the bag, picked up with, other'papers, on the table nd burned it" in the stove. buildings, and the re-sale -will, be on a -monthly installment system under the direction of Manager Morris-Klein.^ Bretz, according 'to Mr. Klein, was originally the property, of the Elkins Coal Company, and was conveyed by. that company to Bethlehem. Steel. Bethlehem -sold the village and mineral rights to 42,000 a'cres.-to Gustkey, Preston jcounty assessor, and ..Dr. K E. • Watson, Kingwood! Dr. Watson turned his interest .over to James. Watson.-his son_ Mr. Klein said it is his^ understanding that the previous owners of Bretz will retain their rights' to the 42,000 acres of land. ' To facilitate the re-sale of the village homes, three riouses are being remodeled now and will be. used as samples of the work planned 'for the.-balance of the homes. Mr. Klein said that his; company specializes in the development and sale of 'entire towns and in recent years has .disposed of -the towns of Baxter and Crown, in West Virginia, and Acosta, Jenners, Daguy Mines, Coal Hollow, 'Brackenridge, Natrona, and. Reading Mines, all in Pennsylvania. Other West Virginia towns now owned entirely or partially by the company, and being redeveloped, are Pierce, Benbush, Thomas, Davis, and Coketon, as well as Kempton, Md., and Powhatan, Ala! The company has donated school lots, church lots, and playgrounds of the 'villages it has developed, and recently contributed $4,500 for equipping' and maintaining a 'playground at Natrona, Pa., 'Mr. Klein said. . ' Bids Asked For College Building KEYSER, W. Va.—Bids for construction of Potomac" State School's new science building- will be opened at 2 p. ra. February 23. The West Virginia Board of Public Works .'has released S400.000 for the structure: : . The building, of red brick veneer trimmed in Indiana limestone,. will be located 95 feet due north of the Elda Leatherman, Mi's. .LUa Miller, Miss Paye Matliias, Airs.' Frances McAdams, W. H. Kemp, Carlton Saville. William .Dryfieki, ' O. A. Leatherrnan, G. R. KiracoCe. Carl Leatherman and Harlan Leatherman. • ' • • Held Under Bond Otis -WUtins and Delbeit Teets were given a preliminary hearing recently before Justice ol the Peace Robert M. Gambit; on charges of frilling buck .deer during closed season and were held for the grand jury under $500 bond each. Brief Mention Mrs. E. S. PoW2all,.is spending Christmas with Lt. and Mi's. Thomas G. Powna'.l at San Diego, Calif. She made the trip by plane. Mrs. Rachel Chipley left by plane lor Alabama'to-spend 1 the winter. She was accompanied by her brother, Joseph Miller, who visited 'in this section- for several weeks.. . Mr. and ;Mrs. C. V._ Funkhouser are in. Florida for the winter. They were accompanied by their daughter, Helen Funkhouier; 1 Baltimore, who is on vacation for two-weeks. Miss Judy McWhorter, student nurse at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, visited here. I Mr. and-Mrs, Elbum H. Kesner! announce the birth of a son, Har- i land Lee Kesner. . j Joseph Wilson entered Rocking-1 ham Memorial Hospital, Harrison-! burg, Va. . I A number of friends of Mrs. Court- i ney Pratt met at her hoir.e a recent evening for a house warming. Mrs. N. W. Kuykendall went to Buckingham, Va., to spend Christ- j' mas. She will also visit her sister, i \ Miss Louise McGraw, in Richmond, i; Mr. and 1 .rs. Robert Isaac Myers announce the birth of a son, December 14. SANTA. VISITS KOMNEY—Pictured above is part of the crowd •attending the recent Christmas pwty given by .the First National Bank of., Romney. More than 1,300 children passed through a line to greet Santa Claus. Candy, nuts and oranges were distributed to the children. In the.picture is Rev. Allen Jones, pastor of the Romney'/. Presbyterian Church, as. he read the Christmas -story -from-; , the Gospel of St. Luke. W. Marvin Williams, president of the 'bank, is. standing beside..him. •'• ' ' ..!"','•' Christmas Party Held At Cliurdi KEYSER, W. Va.—The Sunday school class at Grace' Methodist Church, taught by Mrs. Louise Bane, held a Christmas party a recent i-evening ai the church. The program included: "Christmas Fantasy," piano solo, by Miss Martha Rae Bright; Scripture, ?i'remen ? 8 Auxiliary ' Bfolds Annual Election .MOOREFTELD, W. Va.—Officers tf'. the. Ladies Auxiliary of the Vto'ore'ield Volunteer Fire Company were elected recently at a meeting Other Wise Man," by Dyke, 'Mrs. E. L. Dayton; Van "The administration building, completingJMatthew. 2:1-11, Mrs. H. S. Myerly; a quadrangle of the main buildings' on the campus. One hundred and fifty-eight feet wide and 71 feet deep, the, rear of the building will face Fort Avenue, and the present driveway which passes 'the front-' of the proposed building will 'be altered slightly. ': " •. According to plans, the department of agriculture, home economics, engineering, biological sciences, geology, chemistry, and physics-will be placed in the building. ' Two additions to -She-college's-curriculum will be a' clothing laboratory^ practice apartment and food labora- ;ory in the 'home economics department and a hew auditorium, both'of which will be on the first floor.- . Throughout the building the-floors will be of concrete with asphalt tile surfaces. Steel lockers .are to be recessed in the corridor -walls, and fluorescent lighting will be used for an illumination. Birthday of theiKing," and "White Christmas," solos,'Mrs. Walter Cole, accompanist, Mrs. Hilda Rogers; and j Silt sroup singing of carols, accompanied Si! by Mrs. W. H. Kight. The tables we're decorated with candles, Santa Glaus figures and favors. A gift exchange and social hour followed. - ' Those present were Misses Frances Davis, Alma Peters, Mesdames Hilda Worley, Madge-Bright, Alice Arnold, Eurice Broome, Louise • Bane, Josie Smith, Lottie' Thayer, Naomi Me-, B'ride, Mary'Jenkins-and daughter,' Sandra Kay, Lucile Peters, Eula May Leatherman, Errrui Lee Snyder, Eazel Kight, Dorothy. Woodard. Mary Taylor, Agnes Dayton, Bessie Pope, Georgia.Arnold, Florence Giffin. Naomi Bane, Minnie Myerly, Ethel Davis, Rebecca Homan, Beatrice Trenton, Beulah M. Ward, Julia E. Gates, Orgie 'Hardy, Mary E, Bright, Mycia 'Neel, Evelyn Cohen, Catherine Mathias, Una Furgitt, Dale Wilt, Velma Trenter and guest, Mrs. Margaret Puckett. Mooreficld Lions Club Distributes Baskets MOOREFIELD, IV. Va.—Stanley fflj at the home of Mrs. S. L. Dodd. The staff is comprised of Mrs. Mask Harwond, president; Mrs. A. . j. McNeill, retiring president; vice I Hawse, chairman ,of the Lions iresldent; Mrs. James Sherman, I Christmas committee, reported that ecretary, and Mrs. Courtney Burch, Christmas baskets for needy fam- reasurer. • • ' ilies have been distributed. The group decided to Inens 'for the Fire Hall . urchase and 'to Mae Underwood, state presl- district president of. Keyser, gave '-«hort talks. Three new .members '.TCere initiated, Mrs. Howard -S. -.Lbughry, Mrs. Virginia Patch and Kiss Shirlev Ann Barton. Groups To Participate In Week-Long Bird Count y.l'WESTERNPORT— Two groups of •jjmior Bird Club members plan to participate in the Christmas Week .Wrd count sponsored by the Allegany County" Bird Club. : .^.-The 'members will meet at Hammond Street School on Thursday, December 30. The first group at 9 •..in. will be led- by Paul Vanorsdale, feeding station chairman for Alle- Bany county. The second group at 12,':30 PJXJ. will be accompanied by JEss Mae Meese. Sixth Grade teach- et' of the school and Bird Club Deader. • ' jSatie groups plan to visit the feed- Ing stations of this area and. record the number of different species -seen. 33je county report will be sent to i the National Audubon Society. . ^xi; ^ ^~— ~ Birth Announced Ihoir To Sing Carols. Before Midnight Mas? WESTERNPORT — The senior choir of St. Peter's Catholic Church will Christmas tomorrow' omplete work needed in the kitcli- n. The women will. serve. a lunoh- on lor the directors and stock- lolders of the Sou'-h Branch Valley National Bank early in January. A Christmas part with exchange f gifts and games followed. Children To Be Feted At Christmas Parties TRI-TOWKS — Christmas parties for all children of school. age. of the Trl-Towns will be held • tomorrow afternoon at 1:30. by Luke Local No, 67G, United Paper Workers of America, and the West Virginia Pulp and Paper 'Company. One be held at the Devon prior to 'the midnight mass Christmas Eve. The choir will also sing the four- part mass, "Missa Brevis," in F, by Nicola Montani. Day Of Advance To Be Celebrated January 6 PIEDMONT, W. Va—Day ol Advance will be observed by the WSCS Thursday. January 6, at 7:30 p. m. in the auditorium of Trinity Methodist Church. The service is for women ol the church. • Robert the Piedmont Opera House. A feature picture, short, subjects and comedy will'be shown. Santa Glaus will distribute treats, ' • Enlists In Army PARSONS, w. Va. Prince, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph j Prince and veteran of World Wax H service in the Marinfe Corps, 'has enlisted in the Army and been assigned to. the v harbor defense unit at Port Adams, R. I. CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY GUNTERTOWN Phone Frostburg 841-J-7- , W. Va.— Mr. and Mrs. Jt; M. Wynn, Carrollton, Ga., .announce- the birth of a son December 13;ln City Hospital there, Mrs. Wynn a* the former Margaret James, oaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E: James, Jones Street. Piedmont.' ijule Service Set '•SMOOKET-IELD, W. Va.— A communion service will be held by can- (Eelisht Christmas Eve at 10:30 nt Duffy Memorial Methodist Church. .Special , music wlU.be played. 'Rev. "j: B."Dryfleld, pastor, will conduct the service which will end at 11:20. Laxt Minute Suggestions .Porker Fountain Pens Ronson Cigarette Lighters Weitclox Alarm Clocks \ Ladles' and Men's Cosmetic Sets ' . T..««» S. CUT RATE apposite the post office rtlOSTBtJRG • The Lions, assisted by Vo-Ae students, have erected a community Christmas tree and completed street decorations and lights. The club recently , celebrated its second "Ladies Night" at the Christmas meeting at. Airport Inn. Senator Ralph J. Bean acted as toastmaster. Rev. Joseph Dryfleld, j Miss Jewell' Matthews and Mrs. M'eda ' Kuhn .participated in the program. Lloyd Morris, Red Cross. official and a member of the Boulder, Colo., Lions Club, Tas a guest., WHEN YOU CHOOSE CANDY Choose it Wisely Get at Our Storel T&S CUT - Opposite Postoffice Frostburg, Md. Their liquor or wine. On the, day after Christmas And not at ail strange, Are the crowds flocking in With their gifts to exchange. Their socks are too large; Their ties are.too bright; Their slippers are wrong; Their shirts aren't right. They have too many pencils; Their books they have read/ Or have two of a kind And wish something instead. Now I/have rio gripe, For i make a good living From people who give And keep giving and giving. But if you are anxious And eager to learn How to give and be sure Your gifts won't return. For what it is worth-The suggestion is mine, Spec/a/ Discount On All Case Sales/ Case Safes Delivered Free! BEER by the Case Duquesne Throwoways ..... 2.85 Export- Bottles 2.40' German Bottles 2.40 Schlifr Bottles - 3.30 Pabst Bottles 3.30 Budweiser Cans Budweiser Bottles 3.30 German Cans 2.95 Duquesne Cans Schlitz Cons Pabst Cans ...... : 3.75 . .... 3.75 2.95 3J5 Walkers Deluxe 5.05 LUCKY'S CUT RATE LIQUOR STORE Frostburg, Md. Phone 642 I

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