Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 12, 1955 · Page 15
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
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(15) Er*tta|tTI«««, October 12, 1»55 PTAInstallcd At Grantsville G''''Frederick ; Sheeley; : employed : as a visiting >ach>r in (he county's' school sys- s&jiern, was elected a member of the ^To-vn ; Council yesterdiy ,'in.:« «rwial election called as the result of,a 1 'vacancy on that body: - •?.-.'./. Sheeley, making, his first bid in politics/.-polled 201 votes "-to run well ahead of his three < opponents. The official tally .was: -'; ',;.' Frederick H. Sheeley ..... Ml DtwitUi Wadcfcll ;......... 171. J/ariiei Berry '.:.'.;.. ........ 41 ; Jrtl W. WllSim .: '........ .•'•- it : Mayor, .Virgil Alexander, who supported Sheeley in the. voting contest, said the new member will : be-sworn in at the council meeting Monday. At that time, Mayor Alexander, will. also.announce : his /appointments in a reshuffle of the council.,-.:,-. "• 'Th^r«lwere''451 persons ; at the ppllijesferday, voting on the newly' : ap<juired county voting machine .'.'fo'r'^he':- first -'tirrier Little difficulty .*as;:rep6rted in it5;iise. ! . : ; '•'-•.. ' !Tiire' : -w'ere,t'however,- 17-votes not'tallied, because voters moved th*7votirig leVer'down., and then Event (k'tol>er 18 FROSTBURG — the annual fel- owihip dinner of; the .Parent- Teacher Association of the Labor* dry School !of Frostburg.: State Teachers, College will; : be held Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. in the col- ege dining hall.;, . ,, ';"•' • G. Alvin Kreiling, president, said the speaker will be Harry I. itegmaier, Cumberland attorney, who will use as his subject, being handled by Mrs. John Bond berlahd, explained various instruarid: the -various;...', homeroom merits. mothers. Halloween Bastir Sponsored: to, cist : the ballot; /.yoters shouft piisijthe candidate lever down and le»w;it!'dqwn, 'br'.their vote does '' " : . n'6f1feg'ister, . , ;TW unregistered vqtes,!hpwever, . Wertfhot enough to affect the final ime of the .'.'election, '• officials '. :T6e-'tbwri's registration is ..914, andj.Jhe: 451 total balloting; is : con- 'sida«L>ah.' excelient percentage for.}a-special ejection especially •white it'is.-considered that many 'i '.Voters in' Lonaconing are . iio'ipiirnployed in bth'er commune tieijind are away, -officials said. .Atjhe'pblls much of yesterday . .wasVraiam A. Wilson;, president of 'the.' Board of.-Election Suner- visori ; :pf. .Allegariy .-.County. Irvin Nerfi.- county registrar,. was on han8..all ^day, as,.was.a;faptory .man ; frpm the firni which manu- .factures the voting devices. Chief judge was Aridrew Dick. Machine', judges were> Lawrence McKenzie... and •_ Thomas - Fisher. Mrs.; Catherine Meyers was clerk. '.' The polls closed at 7 p.'mi and the results were officially tabulated at 7:10 p. ni. They were, announced only «-quarter.of an hour after the balloting ended. Brollier, Sister •Face Grand Ju ry OiiTheft Goiiiits local imari' and his sister are being held in Mineral County.' -Jail .in, default;of bonds for action of the-grand jury on charges resulting from the theft of a quantity of beer from a local warehouse.' "•••'.':- •'••.' • : :Facing. the charges are Oliver; Wlliy .Houdcrshcidt, -24, and his; sister, Mamie Mae Hones, 42. both o{'. Chestnut Street. Cpl. F. Hj Tphclt of the local detachment of State Police arrested Ilouder-; sbeldt, who reportedly confessed to; tHe charges .'and then implicated his sister. -'•' . -. JCpl. Tribett said the breaking »nd entering took place over the weekend, with entry being made by prying open a window in the establishment. The theft was discovered Monday morning by John Roklskey)' .the" distributor of the beer In this area.. who informed authorities.; :.'•'•;'• The brother and sister, waived preliminary' - hearings ; on charges.' New Officer* Elected By Girl Seoul Troop KEYSER — Rhododendron Girl Scout Troop I met Monday cve : ning at Keyser. High School and elected new officers Sidney Sylvester was elected president;.,Charlotte . Pyles, vice president and program chairman Judy' Fuller^ .secretary, and Carhilla Mason, re-elected treasurer. The group plans on holding a bake sale soon, A hike is planned for'-Safufday 'beginning at 11:30 a m. Mrs. Ross Prysock is leader of the group, with Miss Doris Ann Prysock, assistant. Home Purchased BV Mineral Sheriff III ' IsEYSER-Shenff Earl E Kemp has purchased the residence of Mrs Jane Mellon, 124 Maple Ave nuc He plans to move there from his ^present home on Route 50 about the first of the year Mrs Mellon and her daughter plan to move to 23 Bailey Street ..after it is vacated by tha present tenants Mr and Mrs Lonnie Dayton. , Public Health Meet GRANTSVIUE - Dr Arthur Jones Garrett County health offi ccr , will discuss public health prooleros at « public meeting tomorrow at 1 30 p m «l the local fire hill All civic service and fra terMl organizations have been asked to have repmentaUvet attend v For Sale- Metal Sim ta Bed with \ ReMonibIt Call Frosti-.* i AdV-T-Oct II NOd 13 l'i Horsepower Gain Hoe air cooted engine Apply 174 Wett Main Street, or Phon* Frotl' burl itW-W * ' J Adv.-T-Oct, U, N-Oct, II FREDERICK H. SHEELEV Brief Mention Miss Barbara Filsinger, RD 2; airy; Atkihsori, 32 Centennial Street, and Joyce Connor", Mt. Savage, .are patients in Miners lospital. "": -'. '.' . '.'".." The Sodality "of St. Michael's Catholic.Church will hold a bake sale Sunday, following each mass. Donations of baked goods will be >'. m. in the school cafeteria.. ••BARTON-^Thi'P'arent-Teachei back-up, before pulling the handle Association of Barton School will ., if...-.-..-. ....... . •'• sporeor, a jlaUoween bazar Wed- nesday-eyehingj-bctbber 26. • , . Cecil Mcti, chairman, announced that 'the school' will be; open at 7 p.' ni; .'and :'a' rriumriiers; .parade will bfrheld at7:30p. m.L ; '-- .'--''• '-Prizes for children's'•'costumes will be awarded'to th'e most'comi- cal, boys and girl; most' original, boy and girl; ugliest, pretties, best character. arid best .dressed. - ••'.' Ellsworth Russell will be in charge of a. grab bag. : while /a cake wailr'wlll be directed by Wil- tarn Lamberson and ^Darius Green: A guess cake will be baked by Elsie Clark. : '"..'.••"""•• A 'membership booth will be operated by- Mrs. Byers, Caroline Griffith a*nd Gcnevicve Spriggs. Homemade candy will be sold by a committee comprised-'of Joan ;iai-k, Genevieve Spriggs, Mrs. Brashcar, Glen' Rose McCutcheon, Alice Ashby and Betty Mowbray; This committee will also be .in charge of soliciting their respective districts for candy. .,'.;..-:'. ' Persons attending: the bazar who are not masked will'.be chargecTfor admission, Metz said. Those entering the parade will be admitted free. The publicity committee for the bazar includes Betty Mowbray and Mary Catherine Miller. Parade Plans AiredByClub KEYSER—The.Circle K.'CJub of Potomac State College-wiil again sponsor the college homecoming >arade! which will be held Satur- lay, October 22. Manj' campus and community organizations are planning to participate, it was 'announced. . • , To date. 13 groups have accepted the Circle K Club's invitation; o enter, a-float in the procession.! The club is offering a $20 first prize and 510 for second place,. '] In addition'to the float division, area bands, including the Keyser ligh School unit and the Potomac itato ROTC; unit and • military land, will participate. .Units interested in participating are to contact .Joseph Elliott at J otomac State College ,or any club member. •'.-'-. Midland MIDLAND;— Myrtle Temple i, the Pythian Sisters, are sponsoring a roast beef dinner today from 5 to 8 p. m. in the Fire.Hall. Novena services in honor of. St. Joseph arid the .Infant-of Prague are being held each Wednesday at 7 p. m.-in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The - Sodality, of. -St. .Joseph's Church has . .donated/ $15 to the Board Meeting. Set Medical Center here. The group vill hold a social and gahics party or the benefit of.the church next Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the Fire Hall. Mrs. Rose Tippen spent. the veekend in Washington. Miss Margaret. Kenny, Balti- norc." visited relatives-here. She was accompanied, home ,by her aunts, Misses Julia and Mary )uinn. Donald Eagan, Baltimore, visited lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sagan. Mrs Frank Bevendge is ill at icr home oh;Railroad Street. Mrs Bridget Byrne and Mrs Mary. Cain, both of Aliquippa, Pa., visited relatives. Miss Mary Catherine Thompson visited relatives in Cleveland. •'or Sale: 5 room .house, bath, gas fired hot water furnace, full basement Apply Eckhart James Filsinger, Adv Oct NT 12 1948 Hudson for sale. 5 Blair Street Phone Frostburg ««s-J Adv Oct NT 12 13 Wanted To Buy: Hospital Bed. Call Frostburg 255-J after 5pm < ~ Adv Oct NT 12 ARCHERS l ' '' lAnwm MMkrf M H* ym w GRAYSON'S 9 BI|fl^fl.^ W* -Young County.' Washington In Allegany Arrangements for the event are Talks Featiire GuildMeeting PIEDMONT — Mrs. Biliie jane Fleet was in charge of the pro;ram at a meeting of the Wesleyan ervice Guild held Monday evening i the parlor of Trinity Methodist Ihurch: . •.,•'.,-;. ;. • Mrs. Fleek gaVe a'talk oh the Lmerican Indian'and'displayed Iri- liari relics arid trinkets.. ; . Rev. L. E. Crowsori, pastorl'also poke on the subject and also ol lie relationship between the Guild nd the Women's Society of Christian Service of the.chuTch. Miss Adair Welton conducted the devotions. Final plans .were made or the membership tea to be hele rtiriday at 2:30 p. m. in the Young .adies Bible Class: room of the hurch! . L ' ;. Invitations have been issued to irospectiye members. A short Trtisical program will be present- d. ' .. ' . ' Mrs. Henrietta Kazlo. presidenl f the Guild, arid Mrs. Violet Dad lysman entertained the grpup at lie Varsity Lunch Room following he meeting. . -. Music Professor Addresses Club KEYSER — Leonard Withers nusic professor at Potomac State College, was the speaker at a re :ent meeting of the Keyscr. Worn in's: Club' in flic. Science Hall o lie college. His topic ivas "Music )own Through the Ages." , Withers also played piano musit wrtraying the type of music of vhich he was speaking. He con luded his talk with a composition vhich he had played for his ex- minalion in Paris. Withers' has raveled extensively in Europe (tidying music, 'Mrs. R. A. Stoutamycr presided t the business session. Mrs. Clark Iright, chairman of the city beau- iful program sponsored by the lub, reported on the winter *pro- Tam and said that she would neec iclp in planting tulips which hac jeen donated by local merchants Irs. Stoutamyer announced thai he district meeting will be helc Saturday in Berkeley Springs. Mrs. Norman Rodgers, program hairman. introduced the speaker, teacher Association of Grantsville School held its first; meeting of Uw school year Monday 'evening at the school. Clyde McCurdy, the retiring ' president," , presided. • '. •; : , • ;.-. -'.'. Tlie new officers were installed by John Wolf, Oakland, president of the'Couhty PTA Council. Taking office 'Were Michael Duda, president:'. William iBiddingtbh, vice president; Mrs. Anna Beachy, secretary, arid Miss Claudine Opel, treasurer. Greetings were extended by Foster A. Riggs, principal and v the teachers were introduced.. .. Patrick Riley, music instructor, discussed his program for the year, while Wilton Syckes, . Cuin- Mrs. Zeola Robeson's room won the prize for haying the best attendance of parents. Guests included C: 0. Bender,'vice president of the County Board of Education. Refreshments were served. . Brief Mention .Mr. and Mrs. •Harry Ray arid Mr./and Mrs. John Ray, all of Walton, N. Y., spent several days accepted Saturday from 5 to a with'Mr. and -Mrs.... George Ed•••-••- .--.... svar( j s a hd visited.other relatives. Mr. ; and Mrs. Blairie-Strickler, iiarionviile, Pa., and Mrs. Dewey Smouse, Scbltdale, Pa., were recent guests ; of.;. Mrs. Barbara! Vpunkiri and Mr.'and Mrs. Ralph Glotfelty. Mrs.,Etta Van Etheri and son, '"y'li COLLEGE PROGRAMOFFICIAI^the. prin- . cipals in the inauguration'of R.Bowen Hardesty as president of > Froslburg State" Teachers College are .shown'just before 'trie 'academic pro-, cession. entered the coilege'au'ditoriiim for the program. -From, left7 to' right" are Hardesty,; William. A. Gunte'iv. Cumberland attorney .who is a member, of the State Board of-Education, who presided; Gov. .Theodore R. McKeldin;'•' J. Eari'Morelarid, president'of Randblph-Macoh Liberty, N. Y., and Mr.'and Mrs. Frank'- Galusha, 'Morgantown, W. Va;, "were, recent-'guests of Mr. and Mrs:. Harry! S: ; Edwards:,. Scliool-Tittie lleet Time Advanced KEYSER:— Officers of Keyser .odge, BPO Elks, have announced hat the time of ; the meeting tomorrow has been advanced to 1 m. In order that members can ttend the Barter Theatre play. \VESTERNPORT — The Official Board of Christ-Memorial .Baptist Church will meet tomorrow "at 7 m.'at the home of Aldhzo Riggleman. Riorden Road. For, Sale: 10 Banquet tables; 100 Folding Chairs Piano 'Reznor' 20.000 BTO Gas Heater; Dishes, tnives, forks, spoons. Lower Eckhart, Street Light Association Apply Wm E Barry Charles Garrett Brurier, Edward J. Carter, between and 8 p. m Adv. N. T: Oct. 10-11-12. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED iMn. , hirMWwt SUM, T«|KMii,; Sfttl CMH, Amw'fhiiM, Tin, A, Chw. Stewart's MT.OITY ROUER RINK Wed.-Fri. Fir SfcatMf PirtiM <*A «*. Here's the long-torso line—just ;e mother wears! Send her to chool in this newest, smartest yle—a lower waist (cinched by belt in back), atop her favorite hirly skirtl Especially pretty in aid 'n 1 plain—thrifty too,. made ' gay remnants! Pattern 4502: Child's Sizes 2, 4 R, 10. Size 6 takes li« yards 35- ch plaid; r yard plain contrast. This pattern easy to use, simple 'sewi is tested for fit. lias com- ete. illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-fire cents in coins r this pattern—add S,cents for ach pattern for ist-class ma g. Send to ANNE ADAMS, car le Evening Times, 42 Patter epf., 243 West 17th St., Ne ork 11, N. , Y.. Print' plain! AME, . ADDRESS with ZONE IZE and STYLE NUMBER. hower Mrs. -."College,: who made; the installation address; Dr. Thomas G. Pulleri;' slate superintendent of schools; Jerome Framtbn Jr.,- who. conducted : the:..''installation'•''ceremony';'- Rev. W; DeWitt Dickey, pastor of Calvary Methodist Church, . Mt. Airj 1 , .who • pronounced benediction; Rev. . : Edward.'A. Godsey, pastor of First Jlethodist Church; Frostburg,. who made the invocation, -.. arid Theodore Boston^ -member-.. of -the. Stale . Board.of Education. . - Mrs Main Ann Kathy '—The annual Union.' Thanksgiving service sponsored/ljj^ the' Tri-Towhs Ministerial Asiocia^ lion will be held Thursday, Novem-'- bcr 24, at 10:30 a. m.. in Mt; Caltj vary. Lutheran Church. - ;• • • •''£' < The sermon will be delivered bjr;' ( Rev. L. E. Crowson, pastor of" Trinity •'• Methodist- Church.- Rev^ Robert. E.Cassell, host pastor, wljl.', rrange the " program and be iij^ cfiarge of the service. : '.} :''•* Rev. E. R: He'atoni''pastor of thH'! Church of God, was elected secre-'- 1 ai'y of the group to corhplete .th^" mexpired term of Rev. Clyde W'.» Ash. former pastor . of Trihit^ Church, who was named district. superintendent of the.Parkersburg^ 7 •ca. - ' '• .'••-.. • /-n' . Rev. Robert Jf. .Campbell, presij"' lent of the association, will contact., superintendents of the high schools^; ri'the'Tri-Towns to ! work out .a,, schedule so school activities will-., not conflict with the union progranj.'" "-:'-'. i'-'-'tt'l'?' "•••"-- •--•'- fMTK ' ; ^ fl /M JliPl* Lrf ••/ i_7 • H^ H't'iT ''. • •'*' .' • -.' •"'•., '• •-•' : " •' ..' '.••'• - ;tes Woiiuui • . . • --• -.. • . > . • -.-.•••"'•. -. - - • •-.-•• .-•..-•• . . .-• • -.•-.. OSTBURG — lire/ Harry'' L. ael'. entertained- with a stork er recently for .her daughter, Robert J. Stewart of Akron, s .visiting here, y •';." :•• s were arranged in a bassin- rimmed .'with' pink. .and blue n. Games were 'played . and shmenU served. . . •' ' • ending. were Mrs. Mary Barb, Mary Efflandi Mrs. Lawrence :r, Mrs. . Thomas Stewart, Chester Stewart. Mrs. Hazel ter. Miss Sally Stewart, Mrs. e Robertson, -Mrs. Ralph Mi, .Mrs. James. Close, Mrs. Spates, Miss Evelyn Lloyd, Janet Connor, Miss. 1 M'elda : and Miss" Penny Robertson. Church to Speak V •' • • ' \m tegislrarg Meet Hyutlnian Carrier Youth Honored With Presented Award As Safe Driver • —James • D. Johnston, rural ; carrier, serving out of the. Hyndman, Pa., Post Office was presented with a six year National. Safety Council Safe Driver Award for professional safe driving perforrnance recently in -a ceremony . at the Hyhdman Post Office. The award! was presented by Postmaster Harry .T. Ritcliey .and/a.t the ; conclusion : of Ihe ceremony Burgess Walter F. Miller and Chief of Police Paul -A. Wis« offered . their congratulations and in their remarks, both colled attention to his enviable record and the possible effect this award may have on other drivers in helping them avoid accidents. Johnston . has driven approximately 94,000 milrf while serving his route, in this six year period. His route is 56 miles 'long with about 24.6 miles over dirt roads. He serves about 480 families. . Parly On Birthday FROSTBURG 1 -Mr: and William : Colgari, .87. West, Street, entertained recently A party in honor of the third day of their son, Robert.. ~ Guests were Sally, . Leslie and Kathy kreider, Margare Nancy'' WUburn, William/ and Robert _Footen, Ronald Linda. Broadwaterl Sharon Robert .Staritoh, Ann Cross, ;iam Dudley and Robert Nic Winners Announced FROSTBURG-Winners .in- cerit card party sponsored b Sodality of St. .Michael's.. Ca Church were Miss Lillian Felt Mrs. Maizie Youngerman;' Schriver, Joseph Strunlz, Eliz Huge and Doris Stewart. PALACE THEATR AIR CONDITIONED Anne Fresh Flowers "from the Greenhouse Harvey's I Main St. Froilbiirg fhor. 1M Open 4:30 'a.m. (o 5 p.m. Dailj •• :. Ctosal M Day Sunday . • RCA & ZENITH TELEVISION We Service All Makes Work Guaranteed Electric Appliance Co. 19 Union St. Dial 4421 Lanaconing KI ?YSER - Dr. E.E Church i RC Council To JI ark: jresidenl of Potomac State Col-j . ' . . . egc, will 'be, a' speaker .at .the Anniversary.Today inmiar meeting of the West Vir- (inia Association of Collegiate legistrars,' tomorrow in Clarksburg.. He will speak on'"The De- ermination of Student Residency.' Others attending from the . loca college .will be Dean K. S. McKee and Miss Helen Criner, assislanf registrar.. . .. - -^,.-.-:..'President Church • recently at- ended a survey of higher educa- ion meeting and a meeting of the Vest Virginia Council of College md University Presidents in Charleston. Sale: House, hot water heat, Mt. Pleasant Street, Frostburg. Apply 6 to 8 p. m. Adv. N. T. Oct. 10-11-12-13-14-15. Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWIS Concrete Products I T.ylor $1. 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