Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 24, 1948 · Page 12
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I itovim i«. And Western Maryland "News Everiing.Times.;Eridajv"'December, i 24, ; ;1948 : Churches Set Rites Tonight FROSTBITRG- — Christmas' Eve will v be observed tonight' in the churches-of Prostburg with special KTVlcCS. ' Salem Evangelical and -Reformed, Rev. George L. Wehlcr, pastor, will present a candlelight service at 11 p. m. Music will be under the direction of Mrs. George Griffith with Mrs. Virgil Atkinson -pluying 'the organ accompaniment. The Senior Choir of St. Michael's Catholic Church, under the direction of Mrs. Mary• Drum Bollino, .will sing carols before the midnight mass and the proper of the mass. Mrs. Genevieve Goldsworthy, organist, will play the accompaniments. Midnight mass will be held, at: St. John's Episcopal 'Church. The choir will present "Hark The Angels Stag,"' an anthern, with Jnck Hayes, choir leader, and Mrs. Helen Stair, organist Communion' will "be- administered -at this service which win begin at 11:30 p. m. . . A candlelight service will be held at .First ..Presbyterian Church, Broadway, from 11 o'clock to midnight, conducted by Rev. John Cameron .Taylor, pastor. Franklin ' H.. Claertnock "will direct-.the Senior Choir with Mrs. Frank Dwyer play" ing the-organ accompaniments. Included will be an original composition. "A Christmas Prayer," written by Chermock. \ A Christmas vigil and candlelight service will be held at. 11- p: m. In St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Rev. Harold R. Stoudt, pastor, will speak on "The Message of the Christmas Star." The offering received will be applied to the church building lund. .fe Savag&Horrte Cresaptoivn CRESAPTOWN—Mrs. Jean Mc- Nulcy, Pittsburgh, is-visiting her •brother, Samuel J. McNulty, and family. Mrs. Maurice Hinds has returned from .visiting relatives In. Baltimore. Mrs. Opal Gearhart Is recovering irom injuries- suffered .recently In an auto accident at Thomas, W. Va. Mrs. Oma Yahn, who was injured ia t, fall at her Jhome, is Improving. Stewart Adams, student at Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, is spending the "holidays at home. Missltosemary Biff, student mlrse »t Sibley Hospital, Washington, is visiting her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hiff. Jacob Miller, Oakland, Is visiting his family here. Paul Junklns visited relatives In Washington and North Carolina. Yule Playlets Planned By Westernport Church v \VESTEKNPORT — Tomorrow night at 7:30 the Sunday School of the Assembly of God Tabernacle will commemorate, the Birth of Christ. "The Star of Hope," a Christmas.service of song and recir cations will Include two playlets. Peggy Porter, Shirley Sutherland, Margaret' Ravenscroft and Mayoda' McDowell Trill be the characters In "Sharing 'the Christmas Spirit" and Phyllis Fox, David Marple,' Helen Grove, Shirley Farris and David Wright will enact "Sharing "With Others." A treat lor .the children will be given at the close of the service. • • ' ' Geraldine Schaidt To TFed.Cpl. Gilmore OLDTOWN—The engagement and marriage date of Miss Getaldine Schaidt to Cpl. Wilmer. E.' Gilmore, of Cumberland, has been announced by tie bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Schaidt. The ceremony will be performed Friday afternoon, December 31, at 4 o'clock in Oldtown Methodist Church with' Rev. T. B. Richardson, pastor, officiating. • . . Miss Schaidt, who was graduated from Oldtown High'School in 1945, completed training this year at Memorial.Hospital School of. Nursing, Cumberland. AllNTHET By BOBEKT QTJILLliN Dorothy Michael Heads Barton 4-H .BARTON—Dorothy Michael was elected president, of the Barton 4-H Girls Club at a recent, meeting. Others, elected include Elaine Myers, vice • president; Aurora Mowbray, secretary; ..Juanlta'Deniker, assistant secretary; Cora Lee. Insfceep, treasurer; Rose Marie Clark, assistant treasurer, and Carol Ann Kelly, recreation chairman. Mrs. Martha Meese is leader. Miss Gloria Bonn, assistant county -home demonstration agent, spoke at the meeting. A jingle party followed. ' : . - ' Eloise Ashby Reaches „ College. Contest Finals OAKtANp— Miss Elolse Ashby, daughter of Jesse Ashby,:46; Pennington Street, was a finalist in the freshman posture contest, 'at Barnard College,.New York. There were 240 .freshmen' participating. Miss Ashby Is a graduate'of Hannah ' More ' Academy, Eeisterstown," Md., where, she was active in'stud- ent government, tlie Glee. Club, choir, basketball and editor of the yearbook. 'Barnard College Is the women's • undergraduate college of Columbia University. Maybe I spoil the younfrcns; but If cake. and such things make me their favorite grandmother, they're goin£ to be stuiTe''. Y^'Tree^-d''^ •MT.':SAVAGE-'— /The' Christmas ti-ee yard-'-at.'the lionie olfSlT. and Mrs, John • Nolan, Now 'Row, is- open aRalri for"inspectlon. • ''.,'Built by Nolan and.his son,.Samuel, . the layout covers, about 150 square • fec.t of floor space and is phiced on three levels. '. : • Tlie top pTatform depicts, a scene of tlie Town' of . Bethlehem. • : The middle platform contains a mining town served by a passenger • and freight train. The bottom level is a. modern village, .in' which all tlie houses are electrically flighted."Both, towns have electric street lights.- The village on the bottom level Is served by two freight trains. •'..-.' The yard .contains churches of the various denominations. -. . Tlie Nolans have added the'realisr tic touch in- many places, -. with crushed : rock N strewn on each-railroad right of way. Tunnel entrances are shored: up by tiny brick and stone'walls.' '•• Barton Band, Firemen Will Sponsor Bazaar BARTON—The Barton Citizens' Band and Barton Fire Company No. 1 will sponsor a holiday bazaar .at the Firemen's Armory next Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Bands and fire companies of nearby communities .have been invited and entertainment programs -will be held each night. Fancy baked goods and refreshments will be available. •Dancing'will be held each .night lrom-.8:30 'to 11:30 with music by Taylor's Swingsters. CaHrol Singers Hurl .When TriichfCrashes KINGWOOD, W. Va.—Two persons were .hospitalized and several other unidentified Christmas-carolers were toured -about 8:30 last night on .State Route 7 near the Manown.schoolhouse when a-truck attempting to pass another car went into the" ditch and overturned. Admitted to the Heiskell' Hospital in ilorgantown were George Algauer. Kingwood, the truck driver, with a fractured pelvis and other injuries and.Harold Slgley, eight-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Slg- ley, Kingwood, with injuries to his right leg. . Patty Gouse, nine was treated for lacerations a:- 1 .,, abrasions as were several, other persons in' the party. State Trooper A. W. Hostutler, of Kingwood detachment reported the accident occurred'as Algauer attempted to pass a Jiir driven / by Junior Wilhelm, Kingwood,- which had slowed down for the group of carolers returning' from -a party ?t the schoolhouse. When the truck driver pulled around the other car- he noticed the group and swung the heavy machine to the ditch where it overturned, the door of the truck swinging open and injuring several of -the' carolers. Traveling Card ' EL MONTE. Calif.-^Ph^For 16 years a copper Christmas card has gone-back and forth .between Jack Newing, 'Bin-bank, Calif., • and .his brother-in-law, John Forster, who lives,here. During the war, tile well-worn greeting card wens all the way from El Monte to Newing's Army post in India. Churches Plan Y?iile Services ; LONACONING—Midnight 'mass will be. celebrated tonight at St. Mary's. Catholic.Church with -Rev. Charles W. Bogan, pastor, tu> celebrant. • . Tile choir will sing carols from 11:45 to midnight. Joseph Deny will 30 in.charge of the music. The-mass will, be Schel's "Mlssa dc Nativa- uafce".. ' Masses on Christmas will be at.7 and- .8 a. m. Confessions will b'e heard-today from 4:30'to 6, p. m. and "from 7 to 8:30 p. m. and before' 20th masses tomorrow.- - ' The'.Adult. Choir of the First Presbyterian Church will present 'The Christinas King." a Christmas cantata, Sunday evening at 7":30. Miss Verna Miller will direct the chbir'-and Miss 'Jean MUford will accompany on the .organ. "O- Come All Ye Faltful" will be the candlelight -processional. Rev. Chalmers H, Goshorn will give the invocation. "Prepare Ye the. -Way" will be sung:by the choir. "O'r the Silent. Eastern Hills" willbe-a'duet by Mrs, John Walters and..Mrs.'-'James Cathcart.and the choir. ;."Star of the.East" will be-a soprano solo by Mrs. John Johnson' •Following-the Guiding Star": will be. sung'by the men's, chorus. Glorious -Morn" will be sung by choir. "And There Were Shep- :erds" will be a contralto solo and duet by Miss Dorothy Borwn and Mrs.'David Brown. The organ-piano ofiertory will-be played by.Miss MlLTord and..Miss; Ann qoshom. "The Song Is Ringing' Still" will -be.'a soprano solo by'Mrs. John Turnbull. "Joy. to the World" will be sung, by the choir. "Cradle Hymn" will be a soprano solo by Mrs. Everett Hardegan. with choir accompaniment. "Fairest Lord Jesus" will be a mezzo-soprano, and j baritone duet by Miss Venia. Miller. and..Harold -W. Mover, • ' . ' "There Is-Room in'My Heart-for Thee" will be sung by the Misses Ollie -Eichhorn and '-Alnia Henry, and Werner; Trost, Jr., and William Wattenschaidt, Jr. "Come and Wor- shlp"-,wilLbe sung by'ttie choir. • . .Sopranos' are Miss Flora Cook, Miss Lois Anderson, Mrs.,Everett Hardegen; Mrs. John Walters,' Mis Ruth Myers, Mrs. James Burt, Miss Olllc' Eichhom,' Mrs. David Brown Mrs*. John Johnson and Mrs. John Turnbull. ' ••— Altos are Mrs. Burton Grove, Mrs. James Cathcart, Miss Alma Henry, Miss Dorothy Brown, Miss Ann Goshorn, Miss Ella Jean Love, Miss Wllma.- Thompson, Miss Dorothy Wilson, Mrs.. John P, Stevenson. Tenors are' Adrian Anderson, Werner Trost, Jr., and John Smith, Basses will be Harold W. Moyer William ' Wattenschaidt, Jr., and Paul MacFarlane. Modal Railroad To Be Exhibited At Ml. Savage MX. SAVAGE—A model railroad, layout 'valued -at $5,000 arid constructed,by a-Kelly-Springfield Tire Company. machinist will be. oil exhibition; .at his home during the holidays! The system _has .been built by James. E.' Lancaster,' East Main Street, during the past, ten.- years. 1 The exhibit fills .a 16-by 20 feet joom. over the garage of his home. - The system, which'he has named the .Mountain Lake and Western Railroad, consists of about. 80 pieces of equipment, including a streamliner and -conventional passenger train, 'three freight trains, a speed car/u complete railroad station, coal mine, 'grist mill and. sawmill, all operated' from a central control panel. ' Five bridges, one of them movable, a roundhouse equipped with:.a turntable and 'extensive, yards are included In the 250 feet of track in the miniature railroad system. In addition to the model railroad, the exhibit, includes a. complete street .car system with two stations., / . ' '''.--• . Sound effects, ' including train whistles and bells, are played on •records .and;' amplified during the operation. ' • • . . • The "five bridges Include a 5% inch long replica of the . George Washington suspension bridge at Manhattan and a bascule bridge which can be lifted from the control tower. ' . The exhibit has drawn thousands of model railroad tans over the years, some of them from distant cities.- • - , ' The public is-welcome to view the exhibit tomorrow and Sunday from •2 to 4 p, m. and from- December 27 to January 18 from 7 to 9 p. m. Extinguish Flue Fire WESTERNPORT—Firemen of the Tri-Towns Fire Company, Pied- mont,'and'Potomac. Fire Company Westernport, extinguished a flue fire last night at the home of Mrs. Parker. Wilkinson . in the Brophy- town section of Franklin. No damage was reported. ' Hear ye! Hear ye! A.. Merry • Christmas and a Happy • New Year to one and all. L and W. Esso Service Center Frostburg Cramer Held On Entering Charge . SOMERSET, Pa,—Arthur H. Cramer, 21, Jones Mills, is being held in Fayette • county , Jail, Uniontown, charged with breaking into three cabins in the Bakersville area of Somerset county. Arrested by' State Police he was given a hearing before Justice of the Peace E. T. Beck, Indian .Head, .and held for the next term, of court. Police say he will/be charged with burglarizing .cabins in. the Laurel Hill Mountain section • of Fayette county. 'They -stated $100 worth .of loot taken from the cabin,owned by J: E. Bretsnider. has been recovered. Other -cabins he Js said to'have -burglarized are those of W. D. Savior • in MIddlccreck Township and Robert Murray In Jefferson Township. Authorities claim the arrest has cleared up a series of robberies of summer cabins in Somerset, Westmoreland and Fayette counties. Detainers will .be lodged against Cramer with Fayette county police officers, Somerset co_unty authorities said, Services Scheduled .WESTERNPORT—A candlelight procession will be, held at the St. James Episcopal Church and tie- Midnight Eucharist will begin at 11 o'clock tonight. Tomorrow Holy communion will be at 10 a. m. REIGN AT. WINTER DANCE—King and Queen Winter are shown above as'they reigned over, the annual Jingle Bell Hop at'Potomac State School recently. Queen Winter, Miss Irene Andrews, was elected by niembeis of Sigma Nu fraternity. She is the daughter of Harry Andrews, Grafton, and is a sophomore' majoring in journalism. King Winter, Donald H. Rolley, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rolley, Cumberland, was chosen by.members of Sigma Iota Chi, sister sorority of Bigma,.Nu._Rolley is a sophomore majoring in, pre-dentaT courses. Midland .Firemen Elect Officers. . J. A: Blair Renamed To President's Post MIDLAND—Officers of' ttie Midland Vol-unteer Fire Company -were elected at a meeting last night in the Fire Hall. . - Vl , '. _ • They, include" John' Al 'Blair, reelected president; John Devlin, rice' president; -Richard.HotchMss,. recording secretary; Earl Kroll, financial- secretary; Herbert, Stevens, Stevenn,. treasurer. ' Wilbur Crowe, fire',chief.; Harry H. .Blair, assistant fire chief; Patrick Atkinson^ chief, of police; Isaac Stakem,' captain; Thomas' St first lieutenant; Patrick Atk second lieutenant. •• ' . . Charles Poutz, hall manager; Richard HotchJdss, assistant hall manager; Raymond" .Berry and Prank Wilson, sergeants, at arms. . Standing committee, James. G- Blair, Isaac Stakem, Frank R. Blair and Patrick Atkinson. ..- . •' Delegates •. to • state . and'. county conventions, William- Wilson, Frank- Ort. Isaac Stakem, Herbert Stevens, and ^Davld . Williams.' Alternates, Frank Wilson, William Kroll, Rok- ert Blair, John. Devlin -and Patrick Atkinson.'- . ' Auditing,"committee, Earl Kroll,Paul .Thompson . 'and. . Richard Hawkins. .• . ' .'• v ... '•'.' • The-officers -will-be'Installed at the first meeting of the company in January. • " • • . ; The company also made plan* lor its annual, banquet January, 13 at the' Firemen's 1 Armory;.. Committees on arrangements; decorations illid menus weer appointed. ' It was .reported 1 that' Installation of shingles on the exterior of the armory will be completed -soon- , A couple-pinched, la, Italy for kissing in. public, was; released • when tiie girl • started, weeping. ' Putting over a fast.bawl,.we call- it! .' .-'" • ' • Officers Elected By Barton Hose Company BARTON—Barton Hose Company No. 1 held its' annual election of officers at a recent meeting. Henry Howell was named president and other officers are: Griffin •McCormick, vice president; Roy Snyder, -recording secretary; Jack Saviile, financial secretary, , and Joseph Shuhart, who was.re-elected! treasurer for his • twenty-second year. •' • , . ' James Chappcll. was named captain; Howard Wllkes, chief; Forrest Mowbray, assistant chief, and Bar- hey Miller, captain of reels. John Ho.well will serve as chairman of the executive board, which Includes John Roberts, Clarence Keyes, Gil- 'bert Warnick and Adolph Howell. Officers .will be installed at the January 3 meeting. Church Plans Party WESTERNPORT' — The annual Christmas party of the Evangelical United Brethren Church will be held tomorrow at 8 p. m. in charge of Mrs. Wilbert Fazenbaker. It will include readings, recitations and the singing of carols. Gifts will be 'exchanged by -members of- the church organizations •- and children of the .Sunday School will be given a treat. .-:".' " Barton Church Service BARTON—The Barton Presbyterian .Church will hold a candlelight service tonight at 11 o'clock .with special music by .the 'choir. GIVE THE SEASON'S BEST In Attractive Gift Cartoni Md. Fair Trade Prices None Lower Anywhere Fifth. Old Grandad (Bottled in Bond) 6.80 White Horse (Scotch) 5.75 Sam Thompson (6 yr. old St. Rye) 5.69 Canodion Club (6 yr. old Blended) 5.59 Four Roses (5 yr. old Blended) 4.33 Swiss 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 Beautiful FLOWERS for home decoration f fresh from our- Greenhouses PHILLIPS FLOWER SHOP Dial Lonaconinf 3131 . . . and a New Year bright as the carolers' notes! • May- your every wish be fulfilled. HOLBEN Insurance Agency 11 Broadwaj', Frostburg Phone 63-J We offer a toast to your health and, happinctt thit joy oat Yaletlde. May it be the.brightett one yet! Hew Colonial Inn 5 Miles West'of Froitburg Shooting Match Eckhart Square Circle Turkeys Sat. Dec. 25*>» 12 noon til ? ' ••- '. The.place where handsom& figures count most is in the bank. OLflDNOEL. ;::, May .yours be a joyous holiday, : • overflowing with happiness and'-'good cheer for all' the' .family and loved ones/ CROWE PONTIAC • GARAGE Froitburj' . Bright as the stars • are our wishes for your Christmas joy ... a New Year of content. . < DESIGN HOUSE FEOSTBUBG As a token of APPRECIATION f or YOUR PATRONAGE The FROSTBURG BAKERY qnd its EMPLOYEES extend to their Many FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and A MOST PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FROSTBURG BAKERY 13 I. Main St. Froitburg, Md. FILL - SAT. PALACE "RIVER LADY" starring John Wayno — Joanne Dru MAT. - FKL - SAT. LYRIC STRAWBERRY ROAN itorring Gcno Autry — Gloria 'Henry NITE ONLY May an abundance of good •cheer be in store for you and your loved ones during this season of warmth and joy. . Thomas Elias Tailor and Cleaners •' , • Frostburg Our with for yoa and your* this Yuletide it for never-ending health, wealth and happinett. STOOP'S RESTAURANT E. Main St. Froslburir Christmas is the time of the year when people all over-the world rejoice with their family and friends.-. May this • Christmas prove to be a joyous one and the New Year bring an abun-. dance of good health and prosperity to all. Prichards of Frostburg For Safe A Genuine Bargain . Studio Camera, Studio Light*, . Studio Backgrounds and Props H. C. CARL 350 Welsh Hill Frostbnrsr, MM. H 1111111111111 m 111 u: '.'.-•» . . for a M«rry Christ* • • '•'•-mat and oar tincer* •• -- thank* for your apprc- • ; • • dated • patronage. T. CUT RATE FBOSTBUKG H-W-H-H-H-H-H-l'-l-l •!• I M it From bif cftiti to country wf/flf«f .• w/icrerw , "H«*' teachings art taught people vfitt gtrttitr to worj/tfp our toftf .Off day, CHristmat. Jewelry Broadway Froitburg From All or Us at Frostburg National Bank to everyone in and around Frostburg, our sincere good wishes: May the spirit of Christmas' gladden your heart and make the day one to liva in-'your memory forever. ' Jofn Our 7949 Christmas Club Now Opan for Membership FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK,

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