Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 31, 1948 · Page 8
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I BIOS I III I And Western Maryland Evening Times, Friday, '. December.31, 1948 Rites Set For New Year's Eve 'TB.I-TOWNS—Special New Year's Eve services -have been arranged, for tonight in the churches of 'Piedmont 'and -Westernport. A service will be held at 10 o'clock.' in Westeniport Evangelical United Brethren .Church. T-he program will Include a'.brief message; by the pas- 1 tor, Rev. Harry.. R. Kob'nte. A social hour will follow at 11 o'clock. i A consecration ncrvica'wlll be held- ;nt 11:30 in Piedmont .Trinity Mcth-' j odlst Church. A short .talk will be given -by the .pastor, .Rcy. 'O. Clarence Mitchell, •--.,' •' • ,',j i Rev.-an'd Mrs.- Hugh Pbi'lcr, Taun- j ton, Mnss,, will preach at Kcrviccsj r\\i the'Assembly of God'Tabernacle, Westernport, .at 8:30. Rev, and Mrs. Porter 1 are formerly of .the local j church'and Mrs. .Porter 1 is the for-] mcr Eva.Kyle. "Special, singing, will[ be presented. . '. v. . . : ". The service of the Cnurch of God, Pledmonb.v-wfll begin . at' 8 - p. m. There will .be-R-talk, by ^the pastor, Rev. P.-G-. McAfee,.and testimonials by the "'congregation. -The service .will'be recorded. 1 , .'•.*' •" . • The Feast .of the"Circuniclsm' of^ pur'Lord • will, be'observed tomorrow j- at 10 a. m..at St. James Episcopal| Church, Westernport. Holy . Communion .will also be observed. Masses will, be oelcbrated tomorrow an St. .Peter's Catholic Church, i Westcmport; at.7,-9.and 11 a; ni. ••" Clarence C- My<irn Wcrls Viciiiui'McLain -A PROSTBDRG- ding ceremony Charles . Myers, Vienna Josephine. McClaln, Mills,' Minn., flllR WCCl- Firemen To Hold Dance Tonight |m j MIDLAND—The Midland -Volun- Newi 1 - 061 ' 17>lrc Department will hold n Dei-formed dance toniftht from 9 pjn. to 5 a.m. 'Wedn^day 1 In-St'/Paurs Lutheran i-} the Am: Music will-be by,* Church by-.Rev. Harold -R. Stoudt, Ke^scr, W..Va., orchestra, pastor. .The., attendants were Mr. Armed. Robber Givcu 20-Year Sentence BALTIMORE — 'iff) —'Harry A. Evnos, 23;' of Hnzelton, PH.. wnt scnienced today, to a term up to 20 years in the stale'reformatory on charges -of ..armed robbery- Evans pleaded 'guilty before Judge Joseph . HC WM fifinrgid wiui hold-. up a dnig storp and liqubr. ston December 16;- .... •-.. ' .:. FOR SALE Bnby cnn;lngc/likc,..riew;'Piny'pen.; Phone Froslburg 1&-T3.. . ,•• . Adv.—N-T-'Dec. 31'.. : .''.;•..'...:.;••. . and Mrs. .JohiiiS. McAteer,'Frqst- The bride was attired in a ^oco^i brown -street length dress with brown accessories nr.d woro a corsage of 'yellow roses. Mrs. McAteer wore a forest green street length costume with 'matching accessories and. • a yellow rosebud corsngc. Following. a" brief honeymoon In eastern cities the couple will reside In tiiclr. new home' at Crcsnptown; • Brief Mention'' William Pugh. '127 Water -Street, tig; the - holidays with his i-law'and sister, Mr. and •'William- Donald Pressman, stud- ent'at the University of Maryland, Is visiting relatives and friends. . Mr. and Mrs. tester Myers, 67 Mt. Pleasant Street," announce the birth' of- a daughter . last night in Miners' Hospital. .-•<•', Mr: rJid -Mrs; Edwin-Campbell and son. Junior, have returned, to tliei/ home; Eriw -Pa.; after' spendlnc Christmas ; wlth 'Mr., and Mrs: William Kamauf;' National. The dance committee includes] Frank Wilson, Patrick Atkinson and j John.Devlin.-Js. • ' . •' Those in charge of decoratir-S the; hall for tonipht's'dance are Joseph j ?/Ioi1ahn:i, CiifTord Knippenbcrg and | Isanc Stnkcm. ' I The.- comjiiittce on refreshments includes Isaac Sl.akem, John Blair. Sr,,. Wilbur Crowe, William .'R. Stevens. Richnj-ri Hawkins, Sr,, and- Wllbcrt Robertson. | Others assisting with . arrange- | ments nre Earl Kroll, James G.- Blair, Lionel - Baker. Charles Bee-j man, Robert Blair, '.Harry Blair.: Frank Blair, Harry Devlin, Edward i Began;' Charles Poutz. William Crowe,, Pa-trick Manley, Hugh McGann..John Monahan and Clifford Knippcnbcrg., .. . . j •(:?:/"•'-. As the' hands on. the clock •strike twelve 'know, that we are' wishing you' the , • . •; -.-• - - r •' .... • -. happiest New Year ever. '.-'%»•• ' •' ... ' Lewis Transit Co. . Froitburg '. . . 'Preparatory Service . 'Will Be Held Tomglii' FROSTBtlRG—Preparatory services will be held tonight at 7:30 ir, the annex of First Presbyterian Church '.for 1 administration of the | Holy. 1 -Communion Sunday. H.CV. IJohn .Cameron Taylor, pastor, will preach on "Ch.rist.mas And the Cross';, .' . A 'meeting of the 'church session will be held follpwlng the. services with Sev. Taylor ;as. moderator to rccelve,new.members of the church. Members of the session are William Elvin, .Frederick Crowe. William Hanson,. 'William Lewis, Harry Miller, William 'Stotler ' find Frank Truley. ' , ;'. '. ' FOUR GENERATIONS MEET—For the first time »ince the.birth of her gi-eat-granddaughter, Mrs. Mary Harris recently had,the four generations of her .family together at her home in'Grahamtown, Mrs. Harris, T8. who has been in failing health. ' 3iad as her fruests her daughter, Mrs. Edward T. Preal, the former Letitia Harris; Mrs. Marion T. , Wallace, the former' Marie Frcal, granddaughter, - arid Carol Lynn Wallace, .'H-rntath-old'. great- granddaughter, ail of Canton, Ohio. Mrs.-Harris, of Welsh descent, and her husband, the late Reese Harris, were pioneer residents of tills community. She is a. member of Welsh Memorial Baptist Church. She also has two other children, Miss Tydvil Harris and Frank Han-is, at home. A holiday dinner marked the. event." . Class To Meet WESTERNPORT — The Kappa Delta Bible Class of Trinity'Metho- dist Church, Piedmont, will meet Monday at 8 p. m. at the home of. Mrs. Susan Samuels, Maryland Avenue. In ; Skalirig Mishap " MT. SAVAGE—Richard Walsh, "18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl "Walsh, -ras -Injured this week while ice •skating at Cresaptown. •' - He was taken to the Alleffany Hospital. . Cumberland,' .where he •was treated lor an injured shoulder, "i laceration of the head and .multi• pie bruises... He has-been -confined to Ills home since being discharged from the hospital Tuesday. Walsh is employed by the Frants Oldsmoblle Com- -pacy 3r. Cumberland. _ Brief'Mention —*•• Members of St. Patrick's Church .-•^ill' sponsor a social 'tonight at 8 --o'clock In St. Patrick's Hall. Mr. and ' Mrs. Raymond Twipg j and daughter. Janice • Kay. Cleveland, are visiting Mrs. Twigg's parents, Mr; and Mrs. DeSales Mc- Dennitt .and. her aunts. Misses " Kathleen and Loretto McDcrmitt. Thomas Moran, Washington, is •risrling his mother Mrs. Kathleen Moran. Mrs. Mary B. Garlitz and daughter. Miss Louann Garlips, returned trom (i trip to Baltimore. , Mr., and Mrs. O, 'J.- Hale and daughter, Carolyn, New Brunswick, N. J, spent the holidays with Mrs. Bale's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Pat- -rics F; O'Rourke. . . ' " Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Joyce. '. »nd, Miss Winifred Moran, Washington, .visited the' latter's mother, Mrs. Kathleen .Moran. John Planigan and .Raymond Gonzalcs, Los Alamos. N. M., spent the holidays with-the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flanigan. Sr. Mrs. Charles A. -Albright, -who' i& suffering from pneumonia, is improving in Alleganr Hospital, Cumberland. .' Cresaploivn .CRESAPTO'WN '— William Hardesty, 'student -at California, Pa., State Teachers' College, is spending the holidays with his parents, • Mr, and Mrs. W. D: Hardest}-. Mr. .and 1 Mrs. Thomas Beechey and family have moved Into' their newly-constructed home on 'Winchester Road. • : • Gerald Cecil. Erie. Pa.., visited his mother; Mrs. Mary.Cecil, Harry-.Chilcott.'Whc has .becn;lll for the past month, is Improving.; • ^ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gordon,- Aberdeen, are guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McBee. Lajor Hannigan, Norfolk, Va., visited here. Poslof/icc j JBusy During Holidays' j BLLERSLIE—The Post Office atj Ellerslie reported heavy, business \ during-th'e.holidays under the supervision of Mrs. Erma BUrkett, acting postmasted. ,- : The sale and cancellation ol 10,000 one-cent postage stamps, 4,000 three-cent stamps, and 500 rf larger denomination from five cents to 30 Cents .was- listed. . • . •• " The volume of-madl was handled | by Mrs. Burkett' and tir' staff • of i extra • workers over a period of' ten days. Saturday Nile V.F:W. HOME MT. SAVAGE — Music By — . Ray Wempe's Band Dancing 9 to -12 ADMISSION F-R-E-E B. and ~Gnr.it. Dimes-Drive Workers •• '.To .Discuss Campaign BARTON—A meeting of representatives oC local organizations to discuss the March of Dimes campaign in the district has been called by-Forrest Mowbray, chairman, for Sunday at 5 p. m. in the Pirc Hall. Mowbray, who Is past grand of Barton Lodge.No. 04, IOOF, captain of reels of. Barton Hose' Company No. 1 and recently-elected assistant chief o! the' company, has named as his genera! committee. Alfred H. Benna, principal of Barton Hlfrh School: James"Chappell, drill captain, of Barton 'Hose Company No. 1 and .financial secretary.'of Stnr Council No, 37. Jr. O.U.A.M.; a.nd David E.'KIrk, local business man." Bcfarfns ; .are' often Called' the rhododendrons • of the tropics. Victim Of Rare Bone Ailment Breaks Arm CLEAR' SPRING—((P)—Four-year- j old, Raymond Kjiri'e, .who is the vie-' Urn-of a rru'6 bone condition, suf;| fcrcd 'his ''twenty-second fracture yesterday. „.•'.' .He broke,.his left arm -while play- inc .with his .Christmas toys. His. right arm .was already in a cast! from a fracture last month. Dr.; Archie Coheivsaid' the boy's bones- are brittle and highly susceptible tO | breaks. ' .'' , ' : Happy Hew Year! Nancy Whetzell's CIRCLE* DRIVE-IN 1» Closing For: The Winter. Will Reopen ; In The' Spring. No fair peeking, but- if you., do we. hope, there's a good future in store for you. • - .' . L& W. ESSO SERVIGENTER; " . ' -, • • Frojtburj •''..' .-• G4 Look Your Prettiest In The New .Year Crowning glory fora merry. ' • • •. weekend! Your'newly styled hair. Short .as-'a minute ... , exquisitely waved' soft- and • ' lustrous. - VAUDA'S BEAUTY SALON E. M.iln St. riionc 334-W . . FrostburK May your, every dream come true —your every wisJi be fulfilled- in the days ahead. Happy New Year to one and all. For Sale—Brussel Rug, Kitchen Cabinet, Table and Chairs, Lawnmower, 12 Qt. Pressure Cooker, Popup Toaster. Apply 229 Welsh -Hill. Phone Frostburg 427-M. Advertisement N-T-Dcc. 31 „• - For Sale --; 1934 pontiac, 4 good tires, $200.00. £'• Phone Frostburg .428. "-*• Advertisement N-T-Dec. 31 The UPTOWN LIQUOR STORE & BAR WITH CUT RATE STORE PRICES— NONE LOWER ANYWHERE 5th ?t. ViPt. Snjramt Calrert Shsnlfy Imperial „ ........ 3.57 P. M. ........ '... 3^5 3.?S Z<9 U7 275 2.23 1.18 1.U 1.09 1.40 Mt. V.rnon ...... 3.41. 2.15 4 ROIM ...... .... 4.33. 2.74 DRAFT BEER Miniatures Hotel Gunter Tap Room 11 W. 'Main St. Frostburf Dance Scliedtilccl ' BLOOMINGTON—A round and- square danc« 'will ..be held ' at the hall- of the Bloomihpton Pire Company tomorrow from 9 p. m. to midnight. ' . . -.'.-.. '':.- Ninety thousand twin babies were born in the United States in 1947, constituting an ^l-time record-for this 'country. We herald the arrival of 1949 with the hope that, it will bring the blessings of "Peace on. Earth". M. Broad water Lumber Co. Frosrburg Pre-Inventory Sale of Topcoats $40,00 now $34,39 S45.00 now $38,99 . $50,00 now $42,99 Extra Special Lot $28,99 BOB HOHING MEN'S WEAR 53 E. Moin St., Froitburg •Wishing Our Friends and Patrons A Happy New Year Lemmert Bros. Paint & Hardware 169 E. Main St., Frostburg, Md.' . Commercial Refrigeration Display Cases and > Beverage Coolers Bar Equipment Stools, Booths Tables and CTiairs H. C. CARL .SUPERCOLD DEALER' Frostburp Phone 640 Good Food Always At The TALLY HO Turkey - Chicken ; . Steaks - Chops •J^ We cater to private parties ^ CLOSED NEW YEARS DAY Tally Ho Restaurant Frostburfr, Md. Prosperous To All Frostburg Bakery Frosfburg, Md. '49! We hope you bring a cargo of health r happiness and 'prosperity fo:rali:.'o--jr.~' many- friends!- HAFER FURNITURE STORE ' '•:'.-.•.• "":;-•' "' FR<)STBURG '. n -":;•-•-";• Enjoy thi Long Winter Etenings at Home W/'fh GO/TJCJ to Entertain Both Young and Old. See Our Complete Select-ion of the Newest and the Old Favorite Games Charles N. Hill Frostburg Genuine Ford Batteries $3.00 Allowance 'for Your Old -Batteries Heiskel! Motors Phone'Frostbursr'79 Beautiful FLOWERS for home-'decoration • fresh from our ' Greenhouses PHILLIPS FLOWER SHOP May the New Year bring peace and pros- perity to all the world. Wards Studio Frostburg 1949 May 'you greet the New Year in the best of spirits and .reap every joy in the days to come. LAYMAN'S HARDWARE Frostburg, Md. FRL PALACE MAT. - NITE "Romance On The High Seas" Starring Jock Qorson - Jonis Paige Startlnjt Sat. Rose of Washln^on Square FRL - SAT. LYRIC MTE ONLY 'The Dude Goes West" Starring • Eddie Albert' - Gole Storm DANCE Music -by . RAY WEMPE'S ORCHESTRA 1 Dancing 9 to .12 Route 28 at the Bridge - • • ^This is our greeting to you ;;as-\ve^resolve, to help you ... '• • make; 1949 a happier,'better, more peaceful world. Holmes and Company LONACONING' A joyous welcome to • 1949. May it bring good things for all . . i health, happiness and prosperity. Shupes Drug Store FROSTBURG • ' Indoor Picture Taking With Kodak Film, it> cs easy as picture faking outdoors. Prompt, expert photofinishing service here. • T. °ncl S. Cut Rate Frostburg NEW YEAR'S EVE FUDGE AND BUDGE — THE HAYSE BROTHERS LITTLE JOHN OSCAR QUIDDLEMURP AND THE GOSPEL SINGERS The West Virginia Hill Folk at' THE NEW COLONIAL Friday, Dec. 31 -- ?2.00 plus tax SHOW and DANCE 9 P. M. 'til ? For Reservations Phone 952-W Fcostburg A HAPPY NEW YEAR means a profitable new year.'Now" as . *, • • . . , • in eyery year'since 1934 Frostburg Na- tionaV Bank welcomes any opportunity: to help you make this year the best ever. FROSTBURG, NATIONAL BANK

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