Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 11, 1955 · Page 13
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FROSTBiJRG - K E Y S E R CDA Mark, At, 1* / . t ' J », v ; * (., J M. *, * t ». fit A ! 3- ^ , »_ ' .J TrI-S,.,e Are. (13) EvMtag TiMw, TModay, October 11, 1955 :Vnii!m^ri'ofMt:':S*Yage!Council 1058, Knights ! : ;of Columbus, who attended'the-golden^riiver- ' : iary celebration of the cpuncil; Sunday. Rev. ,0:; Michael Smyth, center, is chaplain of the couh- •cii..arid; was;celebTaiit''pf^the7coiihcil's anniyer-: :'.;;'sary;mass last Suhday^The charter.raeinbers,; ; ••':' left Ota right, are. "John 'Gallagher!and 'I>atrick.-. A.-Fanrion.^^ ..Charles : Carney,-is" the;bnly^ :other : , living charter .member'of the coubcil.^ : . ,.-: "— Th« Eckhar Squari Circle -Sportsmeri'sAssc elation will observe.-.its 19th. ann .yersa'ry with a dinner, on Thiirsda it 6:30 p. ni. at the club house. . ...'. The - annual '• membership; drive under the directiori of Harold Ho -•inger arid Loius Crowe.'will begi ..:«t.this;time: ..;./. Joseph Minke, regional-"gam /warden will be toastmaster. Othe '. tpeakeri will - be Ernest Odgen Wildlife superintendent of Rcgip 1; Siguard Brantingson Jr., 'fis culturisti - Frostburg; : George D Walters, a member of-State Gam .arid Inland Fish "Commission Clyde Michaels, president , Western Maryland Wildlife Fed "'•'ration,' and Eugene.P. Brown, ou' door editor for the Evening: an .Sunday Times./. ;....- 1 The club has taken part "in « local rabbit trapping program an ' the planting of shrubs and trees for food and cover for wildlif under the direction of the Stat< Game and Fish.; Commission ii their conservation work, '. Present officers of the group an 'Richard* Watson, president; Rob ert Hansel, vice president; Loui Crowe, secretary, and Harold Hoi singer, treasurer, who has been ai k officer every year since the clul .was.founded; Trustees are Charle Porter, Joseph Huber and Gilber Rase. • The dinner committee includes 'George D. Walters, chairman William Filsinger and Aaron Sny dcr. The dinner will be served b; the auxiliary. 1 Brief Mention • The Auxiliary of John R. Fair grieve 'Post 2462 will meet tompr row at 8 p.m. in the Post Home Mrs. Margaret Eisle will preside .A meeting of ail .auxiliaries i District 3 will, be held Sunday," in Hagerstown. Star of Frostburg. Council' 98 Daughters of America, will mee today at 7:30 p.m. in the Junio Order Hall, Broadway. Mrs. Edna Engle will preside. ' The Calholic Women's Organ! cation will hold a covered disl supper for members and guest Tuesday, October 18, at 8:15 p.m. in the K of C Hall. Rev. Rober F. Hopkins, St. Mary's'.Cathplti Church, Cumberland, will b«' the guest speaker. ' . -.;•'•" Group Stages Style Show AtLiike LUKE—The. annual style show of the Social Welfare Club was presented at the Devon Club here last Friday, arid attended by large audience. ..- The clothing was provided by Peskin's. of .Cumberland. : Mrs. Benjamin Mamolen was the com •meritator. . ,,. . . : , : The ' models included Misses Maurice Kitzmiller, Nancy Sager, Nancy Faiienbaker, Becky' Bess, Marion Caye, Patty.;Kelly, Lorraine, Sager, ;Becky Fazcnbaker andiEthel'iAlyarez:-i ; ,.;-.:' 'Mejdames Jam' 8 Pampinto, Hobe'rtiKimmel.Jr;,! Carl,McMil- Ich,'.Wallace 'Rigsby, 'Paul War- rick,'Lewisjtemori,.Charles. Mc- Gowa'n, Walter jMcyicker, .Donald Bantz; Joseph Along!, Glenn Boyd, Ernest : Hitt,: tiarry.," Patterson, Donald:McCoy;and .Paul: Weifih. In conjunction with the show, a program was presented including M:cal selections by the Bruce High S-iool Faculty Mens Chorus, di |rr-'cd by William D Simpvm W 0 ers in the group were Nardell llancs John E Grindl*,* Forrest J Boggs Jr, Benjamin Elkins, Jjmes White, James Huer and John. Harvey. The piano accompaniment was phijcd by Mrs Mabte Thompson, also a member of Bruce (acuity James Hager jave.several vocal •elections ^ A dancing number and rhythm with acrobatics was presented by Vickie Ifaon Mrs. Joanne McCoy presented two' weal wlot and gitin^n HID presented two humor •us toi^fii * ^ The'.proirim concluded with Mambo dance chorus of Moyen ttudlo of Cumberland Music for the show was present- Id bV Mtf George Otd, pianist, ind IrMlty Mmtall, MT. SAVAGE—Mtr Sava'ge Council.' 1058, '" Knights of',; Columbus opened its golden anniversary celebration-. -Sunday . .with : a cor- sorate communion'.•'.mass-. and Breakfast at Si, Patrick's .Catholic "hurch;:...,,,:,' -•- j-'. : . •.' Rev. Michael'Smyth,;chaplain 01 the council; 1 was celebrant. of the mass, .assisfed ,by ;]yisgr. George [yarkin',;pastor'of.the'Shririe'of thi Little Flower Churchy Baltimore:. Following, the mass! a-breakfast was served In ...the parish hail bj he Calholic Daughters of. America and the church's Sodality.;;; Charter -members of the:cbunci: ire-Patrick A. Fannon,' '•. Charles Carney, and John ,F. Gallagher. . .. Twenty-five-year pins .were presented to Johni... R.; : Uhl; - grand might of the- council,. Edward :J. :onway, and .Walter F.-Mcade by Carl L. Firlie,! Cumberland, dis- :rict deputy. •';• - - ' Edward Neus',. grand knight of tor . of St. 'Patrick's parish for :umbcrlarid Council 586, was the irincipal speaker. He emphasized he importance of each member's lart in' the national program of Columbianism. • The council will close jls celebration this evening with a Me- norial Serricc. The" program' will 8 p. i SI. Patrick's Church, under the supcnnsiori of Cumberland Council 586. Series Sermons Set At Church WESTERNPORT - A-scries of iormons for the next ten days will be delivered at Ml. Calvary LnUi- eran Church by.Rev. Robert E. -asseli, pastor. : The theme that will be carried will be "Slrengpien Our Her- Other themes for the 1 following Sundays will include': October 23, 'Don't Get Your Freedoms Mixed;" October-30, "The" Home Is lacred;" November. 6, "God's land-Is Still Upon the Church;" November 13, "The Order of ,Up- ifted Hands;" Nov. 20. "The Bible —Book of Ages;" November 27, The. Quartet That 'Raised the (oof;'-' December '«.-.."Faith for Hodern Living;" 'December' il. 'Worship Has No Substitute.!' and )ecember. 18, • "Putting the: 'Go' nto Gospel!" '- . . ,. :" dub Holds Sale .LONACONING — The.CGO Club icld a bake sale Saturday, at Eich- lorn ..Furniture Store.'' Proceeds were, donated "to the- Valley High -ompany. Admitted To Hospital FROSTBURG^-LaVcrne Higgins, here, is a patient in Sacred leart Hospital, Cumberland. Prist Jlarks Former Oakland Pastor Has Golden Jubilee OAKLAND-Rt.'Rev. --Ms'gr. John F. Eckenr'ode, former pastor of St. Peter's, Catholic Church here, celebrated golden jubilee of his ordination on Sunday,, at a solemn Wgh mass at St. .Patrick's Church, Baltimore; A-receptiori in honor of the jubi- larian was held Sunday night in the. parish hall. The school children presented a 'program in hori- or of their pastor's jubliee last night. Msgr, Eckenrode .has -been pas- Anniversary . _ > ' r i< J i At Mt. Savage MT SAVAGE - Court Theresa 557, Catholic Daughters of America celebrated its thirty fifth anniver sary with * dinner-dance Satur day 'evening at;,the American Legion Home in Frostburg. The: welcome was extended by Miss Martha/Reagan, district 'de fluty, who was. introduced by Mis Mary Murray! : vice state / regen and present Grand Regent of Coiir Theresa:. Greetings from Nationa Supreme;.;• Regent •"! Miss..',' Frances Uaher were brought by Miss Mar jaret Buckley, supreme ; vice ire gent.' Mrs. •Marian-B^owii,*. stati regent of Maryland/ spoke on : , be half of the. State Court. '; '!- ' Msgr.' George Larkin. pasUr o Shrine of 'the; Little vFloweiv. Bal jmore, was the principal speaker He talked/bri^The-tittle Flower; 'or whom Court Theresa is named /Gifts ;were ;presented to Miss juckley and Mrs. Brown. Atten iahce. honors ;. were/^awarded, to «rs..-'' Ellen , jMh: .Remedy,'. Mrs 2dith; iancasfer,, Mrs.' Bertha .Far rell,:\'Mrs;/ '-Mary;.Djckcj, "• Mrs Jertha. .Winner;. Mrs. ; Catherine Kulligan,;riii-s; ^Margaret' Walsh ilrs. Leoria Reagan, Mrs. Alma Braileri' Mrs:'Adelaide Logsdbh, Mrs. Vivian. Mullariey, Miss Martha-Reagan. '•'•'• \-\-' : •'^•-;r-' i Among 'the .guests' were : 'ilrs: Gertrude Garvey and iffs; Marie Victory,' past state regents; 't Mrs. Npra^ Fleming; past state regent; Mrs. 'Helen Strehlen, state treasurer; .Mrs.; Myrthe Knbtt, Hagerstown; Mrs. Gehevieve. Laumanh, Catonsville; Mrs. Evelyn.. Baden, Upper Marlboro: 1 Miss Elizabeth Heir, Baltimore; Miss. Frances Cassidy, Baltimore;: Mrs;..Cecelia Albright,."Cumberland; Miss Catherine Meyer; Baltimore; Mrs. Norbie Overboil.!'. Washihglon; ,-Miss Mayme Bloom, "• lliss Madeline Leon-' Jlr. James Garvey; : Mrs. Barbara Wyville, -•' Mrs. Ma'ry Coyle; Mr.- arid ; Mrs.. George Me- Culloiigh, Mr.iB. F. Herbert; Mrs. Matilda Nopperiberger, ;Mrs. May Powers, Mrs. Florence Little; Miss Segine 'tittle, Frederick;. Miss Margaret Hartmah, . Mr., William McCleary, Mr. and. Mrs. William McLean, .Mr. and 7 Mrs—Carl Soethe,. Miss -Mary 'Doll/.>Mrs. Anna tee,-;' Mrs. : . Margaret; Sell, Mrs. Julia Newman, Miss .Anna 3avis, Miss Catherine Matthews, Miss Catherine Preston, ' Mrs. :rene Abbott, Cumberland; Mrs. Beatrice O'NeiuYCatonsville;..Miss :da Wyvill, Uppers-Marlboro; Mrs. ".illian Herbert, Baltimore, Mrs. more than 28 years.' A.native of Emmitsburg, the jubilarian was educated at St. Charles College and the North American" College in Rome. He was ordained in Rome on June 17, 1905 by Cardinal Rcsphigi at the Chftrch of St. John Latern. Returning to the United ; States solemn.mass on August 6,. 1905, at St. Anthony's Church, Emmitsburg: His first assignment* following his ordination was lo the Shrine of.the!Sacred Heart, Washington, as an assistant. .. The jubtiarian was honored by Pope. Pius Xll : on February 12, 1945 when he was named a Domestic Prelate of the Papal Mouse- hold with the title of Right Rev. Monsignor.' Alleiilowii Retailer Wins French Award ALLENTOWN, Pa.—(INS —The coveted Chevalier du Merite Commercial for 1955 has been awarded >y the French Government to Max -less, AUentpwn retailer. In nani- ng the Pennsylvania merchant'as :he award winner, the French Minister wrote, "The French: Government expresses its appreciation of your personal efforts arid con- ribution you have made toward developing better economic rela- Jons between your country and France." 1 . .: . ' " '. Ad Gels Results ROANOKE, Va'. , A pawn ioosters Club and Goodwill Fire broker here says! Roanokers are alerl to opportunities. He advertised for "porter." Through a typographical error the advertisement . said "partner." There were a half dozen applicants. Hardv Tedchisrs "•"''.. ' .. i ''*'- '?'"••••- •'•.-.-":'.-;„, •,:•-•.: Anna McCleary, Cumberland.. grand regent, 'XYZ' Pays His Taxes 111 Virginia Mystery RICHMOND, . Va. J.ft-Virginia's mysterious taxpayer, .who .signs iis name "XYZ," is at it again. The Internal Revenue Service his year received S600 in $100 bills Tom XYZ as his personal income Father Eckenrodc offered his first tax. The IRS has no idea who he s. He has been sending in the money in this manner for several Health Croup To Meet LONACONIiVG—f he Health Cen- ,er committee AviU meet today at 7:30 p.m. in the health room Clinics will be held Thursday anc 'riday at 9:30 a.m. • ',VliE*'--'ARMORY'!.BKPLAV—Th'reT 1 '"-"'''"--'-' '"' women view one of the displays', at; the •open:;: Guard'Armbry:jii Frdstburg. t Lt.--Harold Scott, ; right.; explains the 'display, While .Ca'pt.; Geraid !" x Reeves,'left, ; cbmmandihg,btficer of the'Frb'st-': "'burg : .'unit,:looks'On. The• wbmeH,;left %, "rigHt,!;:: :;-are cMrslvJ/ C. 'Cobey, Mrs;''J.;Ma'rshal! Pi-ice'-'.' •'••: and-Mrs.--R.'E. Slager.-The women Were among . the .several hundred .persons who : visited the . 'armbry.'duririgIhe open.hb'use. program.,.Goy! 'McKeldih.'spoke at the celebration. .',-.'',"". '. asses MOOREFiELb;— The teachers I, Hardy. County .held a ^countywide meeting in the:new auditor- urn -of'.the ; .Mpprefieid, Graded School last Saturday, .KEYSER—The sixth annual.Key- ser High. School' homecoming- cele : jratibn. will be held gh Friday, October 21, under joint sponsorship .The session .was 'devoted to. the ° f .'he Alumni Association arid the tudy of "Improvements Of Read ng.In Grades i Through 12." :.The'seypri dealt with problems and programs of- the coimty ; Education' Association, and the .Class- oom Teacher's Association. -. A .devotional program was- conducted by Wendell .Mathias, as- isted by : Beverly,'Beeghley. E|la Bergdpll sang, "My Task," ac- ompahied by Mary • Baughmari. The "devotional was concluded by ugh school student body, with the aid of the journalism department. A feature. 'of the annual event will be the crowning of "itlss Homecoming VI," at halftime ceremonies of the football .game be- ween'. Mporefield and'Keyser High on. Stayniah Field, the game is scheduled for 1:30 p. m. The - students .will select the Friday, -November 25. queen on Thursday, October 13, led by from representatives of the several home-of Victory Post-155; Amer- The Lord's Prayer," sung by the school organizations. .-••":'• Jean Ugion. Mrs. Eleanor Neison ilooreTield :lligh : Glee .Club, di- .Another feature of the event will and Mrs. . Doris .- Banti are eo- ector by Mrs. Beeghley and a*companied by Jane Weltqn. be a "thiise" in charge of the chairmen for the affair. cheerleaders oh Thursday, October Mildred Racey gave a reading 20| at 7 p/m Tne student body will Sally, Mamolen, who represented emonstration, emphasizing the ffectiveness of functional phonics. Children taking part in the derridn- Iration -were Barbara Sherman, Jlara Mae Southerly, Anna Faye ill, ' Blajicly Harper, Michael Chipley : and John Reiroad. :•• Following the demonstration, \riie Blizzard, assistant superin- endent of Pendieton County, valuated the effectiveness of em- hasizing. phonics in the schools of group dis- assistant tate supervisor of instruction, dis- ussed the problems of-the Seventh ; nd Eighth grades.' Promising iractices that are now being used n many'schools in West Virginia march in the down-town area, with he school band leading'the procession. They will return to the ilaygrpund, where the burning of each month, October through June, he. Moorefield "spy", will be to .the organization.. 'endietori County. A ussion followed. R.eed Coffindaffer, vere discussed. Mary Baughman," president, Aihuitled To Hospital PIEDMONT-Mrs. H. B. !Daw. son, Ashfield Street, .was adrnittec o the Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, for treatment. . Admitted To Hospital LONACONING Norman A. Jacobs, of here, has been admitted o Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumber- and. -•'."•'' . Blood's Weight The blood in a healthy person weighs about one-twelfth .of his entire weight. The amount of blood n the average adult is nine to 12 >irits, each weighing- about one [forscless Carriage Elwood Haynes designed the firsl mechanically!:successful gasoline automobiles at Kokomo, Ind., in 894. The original Jlaynes horse ess carriage now is in the. Smith sonian Institution. '-.'•-, lardy. County'Education Associa- ion, and Edna Bauserman, presi- cnt, County Classroom Teachers Association, presided at the after- oon session. ..-'..' Special'recognilion was'given lo the following:. Ella Bergdoll, a member of the board of directors Association; teachers' .who: now' hold life memberships in'tlie.. Na : tional Education Association, Mae Gwen Baker,' ;EIla Bergdpll, Blanche Hinkle, Mary Baughman, Raymond Sindy, Betty .Hinkle, and John Tylor;' Chester Heitt, chair : man of the-legislative committee of the West Virginia Education Association,-, arid; Edna: Gamble', member.of the State Textbook Advisory Committee" for the 1956 adoption of elementary textbooks. Scheduled October 21 Animal paiice ; Westernpprt Womeii': '.'•'Set WESTERNPORT. '-^' : . The ^'Social Welfare Cliib met recently.- and discussed plans: for its;a'hriual Thanks" givirig -charity '.dan.ce, scheduled he club ,'at 'tHe 'recent meeting of lie. United Organizations, the club authorized the contribution of $5 eatured in a'bonfire. Open house will be a feature on he morning of October 21, 'with parents 'invited as guests, from 10 each month. The members also volunteered o help in the! storeroom of .the UO in' assorting clothing one afternoon a. m. to noon. The 'parents will be greeted by a reception cbminit- ee of-students.. On the day of the game, a pa ; ade,' led by the school band, is set to march through the business section with Mayor John C.' Free- arid, Parker C. Black, school principal, and Russell Bishop, of the Alumni Association, riding in cars, and the queen arid runnersup, fol- Three hew members' were. : received into the club; They, are Mrs; Anne Pred, Mrs. Belly Froman and Mrs. Nancy McVicker. Matthew Mullaney, a. member of the AUegany Eleclion Board, gave on the new. voting machines being installed in the county. He was introduced 'by Miss. Esther Michael, program chairman.. Refreshments - were . served by owed by the.K-Et'e Club, and Mrs. Josephine Scareelli, .Mrs. cheerleaders of. both Keyser and Catherine' Richards, Mrs. Anna- Moorefield high schools. The homecoming dance will be leid in the high school gymnasium. Music will be furnished by the Barberians. ..During intermission at the dance the '• Alumni Association will pre belle Wilkes and Mrs. Alpha Pleasant, members of the entertaining corhriiittee. ' of the Slate Classroom Teachers sent a loving.cup, to. the. queen and announce the -name of the' outstanding lineman and back 'of' the :ason. -• • ; Planning committee -for- the lomecomihg celebration includes lus'seli Bishop, president .of the Alumni: Robert Broome, president f, the Touchdown-Club and chairman : of the' membership commit- ee; Donald ' Heare,-; 1 secretary- reasurer of' the'! Alunini; 'Ralph Jarrick, • • vice-president^- of the Touchdown. Club: Joseph W. Kes- Plans-'were -.made .'to 'observe sel, sponsor of the Student Council. American:.Education- Week -'in. the county .'schools; -A committee, was named to .plan for -.the. annual spring'dinner:.:'.-'. ".-'.'• ; .Loring. Vance Jr.,.was chosen to i epresent the new teachers' at the fall State C. T. A. Conference : at JackspnJs:Mili. :',".-_'.'_•!!''-' -•• R. S. Dispariet, superintendent, reported on the Little White House Conference., in Charleston.;: Mrs. Ogden Heishriian, : Wardensville, was a lay represeritative' at.-'the conference. Dispanet is one of the five educators of the state chosen to represent West Virginia at-the White House -Conference on Education • beginning November 28 in Washington. and Frank Calemiri'e,' sponsor of Hi-Times. -•••'." ;-,' '•''• ••- .' : 'Studerit committee members are Ruby Davis, president of Student Council: Patricia 'Hewitt, Hi-Times Editor, and chairman of 'Homer coming• committee of the council; pariene!McCoole,! head cheerleader; Teddy .Giffin, president of National Honor Society, Donna Ash- enfelter.vvice-president of Student pany,..-Cumberland, -has been Council:!'_Sue• Ah'n-'Sagel, president of K Kite's Lora Lewis treasurer of* Student Council John Rile% secretary, of the 'couricil.jand Sally Tribett Judy Alt and Louise Pyles. -members of. homecoming lions are;ready' for the paving of committee. Junior Sportsmen Set Meeting For^ Tomorrow WESTERNPORT-A meeting of the Junior Upper Potomac Rod arid Gun Club held at the Westernpbii;Tea^Rbbrh tomorrow at 7 30 p m "Parent s Night' observed. Joseph Minke, regional game warden will speak and Cl>de Michael will show films Refresh ments will be served > Admitted To Hospital FROSTBURG —-Mrs. .Ma'rjorie enaraved certificate. Plummer, 8 Hill Street William Plumkett, « Mt Pleasant Street, Thomas Blair, 17« Washington board Street and Mrs Mildred Kopper, team 161 -McCulloh Street, are.medical patients m Miners Hospital Undergoes Operation PIEDMONT-Mrs Charles Hood, Jones Street, underwent an opera ion In Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser > ^ ' For Salt: 10 Banquet tablee; IN FoUtaf Chain; Piano; "R»»Dor m,«W VK OM HeiWr; DlabM, Mvtt. forts, (peon Lower Eck hart VMlwt Ujlit AMOcttiM Apply Wm, E Barry, Charles Bruaer, Edward J, Carter, I and I;, m, /J '/ - ; Adr. N, T. Oct It-ll-ll. her 25th.-anniversary.',with the company; R Fmley Thompson plant manager, made the presentation Byron 0 White, textile production superintendent, presented Miss Powell with a five-year pin vand The dance will; be -held .at-' the Clubs Pledge Support Area Blood Appeal KEYSER-Servlce and fraternal organizations have pledged their support of the Red Cross Blood Drive scheduled here* next-week; •The organizations include Boyct- Hpuser Post 41, American Legion; :Nahcy Hanks-Post, Veterans :bf Fbreign Wars; Vpiture 1212, Forty ind Eight, and the Women oMhe Moose.';;' . •' ..' '' ••' ''•••' ;'-."•"'. The quota of blood set for Key- . ser. by the American Red Cross is 106 pints, and the workers are doing everything they can to arouse interest of local persons to donate;the . Potomac . 'State"- College" faculty and studenl body will |end i delegation to the Blood Bank"" Several weeks;ago,: becauseJJ •itizens'had slowly failed'to reaeh"- their quota after starting with jjjta : oints 'and 'dwindled down, : the J Cross'declined to send :the t '•'unit here because! it was unprpfi able' from ° a blood bank margJJ Then citizens appealed to .the ReaV Cross to try again, and this is tljg effort being .riia'de 'to. insure A« supply.-, of blbSd iqual'to the re*" quests that will insure service (C blood when heeded. •:•""" ; Twenty : six members of the W«-» men of the Moose opened a hbuset" canvass yesterday, liniiiC lib persons .to give blood on We*** nesday, :,October 19, when 'tflu mobile .-blood bank unit.-will !>•" lere.'•-'•'••" • '.•.-.--•• . ' ' S 1 The Moose Woriicri will alsp prjjj i'ide' transportalion to and -fro»w he blood. bank.. They wiU"aM?. make a canvass of,the Baltimo^£ and Ohio Railroad Shops. .'. . "*» • Midland '.';• £• aflDLAND—The. Midlarid VolujgJ eer.'Fire Company will meet' two. morrow at 7:30 p.m., at the Fifl£ "A : well-baby clinic will be heJ^J. 'riday morning ''at the Midlaa#< Medical Center by Dr. Frank K! Hal-rat. Dr. Harral will be-'a*» sisted by Mrs. Mary .Wliitfielfc \Irs. I.ois Jackson, Mrs. Richard" Clliott and Mrs.;-Palrick-.-Manle]^- Jolui Ricker - is. reporled ill w^ iis home. . - - , , . i- &AV Henry Slevenson relumed Following the report of Mrs. Akron, Ohio, after visiting his -'son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and-Mrs.. 'homas..Stevenson. . - ,-.w. Mr. and Mrs/James Blair, rfri urned after visiting friends in" taltimpre. . . • •-:•'; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stakem;;, ialtimore, visited Mr. and Mrii 'homas Stakem, arid Mr. and Mrs."? Clem Stakem. . . •/-.<. .Mr.-and Mrs. John Liebegqtt and- ihildren, Pittsburgh, visited Misses'. lee and Marge Reilly.. Delegates Named To National Meet . CHARLESTON—Two youths will serve as official, delegates from West -Virginia at the Future Farmers of America national convention -next -week in Kansas City, MO. '.-•-.' ••'.':-..•-'• ' ' • Bill Collins of Terra Alta, state r FA president, !and -Paul .Hpman, Keyser, the!official delegates.-.'" .'. -' : •'" : • ';"••••'!...' Five "West Virginia! members of he FFA will receive-the American Tarmer degree/at : the.convention. Included Jn. this group! is Billv Shiley, of'the-Musselriiari Chapter of Bunker Hill, Berkeley -County. Cumberland Firm Gets Frnstbiirg. Paving Job; FROSTBURG-Alex G- Close, city -'clerk, announced thai Ihe' C, A. Liiler Contracting Corn- awarded -the contract for the pav ng of the. parking lot on West Mechanic Street.- located .near the Acme Super Market Close added that the! specifica Oepot. Hill, and lhat bids will now je' received; from contractors in terested in the'project. Amcelle Honors Frostburg Woman FROSTBURG - Margaret J Powellj' Id Taylor Street, was presented a'watch at the Amcelle plant of the Celanese Corporation For Sale House, hot water heat, of America last week marking 3 Ml Pleasant Street, Frostburg Apply 6 to « p m Adv. N.-T. Oct: .10-llri2-13-14-"15; For. Sale: ejroom house in Woodland, owner 84 Walnut Street Grahamtbwn; •• Phone Frostburg 619-W. Ad.V;' T. Oct. 11—N. Oct. 12. Mrs. .Jane Fair, is ill at her home on Paradise/Street. . Mr. arid Mrs. Lindy Clise and son, Washington, . visited Mrs. Harry. Sulser, .and Mr..-and Mrs, lohn Clise. - •'". : . "Mr. .Joseph Robertson is reported improving at his home on Dan's lock Road. . . ; ' -. . Mr.- and Mrs. Samuel Thomas and daughter, Baltimore, are visit- ng Mr; and Mrs. Harry Smilh'. • Mr., and Mrs. Robert Blair .visited relatives in Baltimore and lagerstown.. James Summers, Cleveland, vis- led, his mother, Mrs. Helen Sum- Tiers. - Bible Class To Meet FROSTBURG—The-Annie Mayer Bible Class of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, will meet in the church ocial room on Thursday at 8 p:m. Mrs., Robert Glotfelty and Mrs. George Lemmert will be co-host- PALACE THEATRE . . AIK CONDITIONED Tues. Wed. Thuf. p7 -C«ry «r«nt — Orot« Ktlly ,,' "To Catch A Thief^ *' Lost Day »j "Mambo" ^ FIRE PreventionWeek October 9-15 HOLBEH AGENCY PHONE «JJ ML FO«Mf OF INIUHANCi Miss Powell is an operator in Down Twnting She plays snuffle ' ' " " -" Nugget County with the Golden in the Allegany Shuffleboard League JEFFRIES BROS JIWILIRS

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