Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 13, 1955 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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FROSTBl RG -K E Y S E R £y« Gi nd Tri-State Area News (10) Evening Times, Thursday, October 13, 1955 ANNi\ r ERSARY -^GATHERING — Mr. and Mrs. E.. ; V.':. Romig,' Keyset, recently .celebrated their . 50th wedding anniversary .with an..op.eri house .which .was. attended by. more than; 300 persons.' Rornig, a graduate of .. the .University, of 'Pittsburgh, founded- the , . , drug store-in Keyser \yhich he arid a son; Richard. E.Romig, riow. operate: , A native' of Ohio, ' he has resided in Keyser since 1903 arid is a former -mayor of. the town.' Mrs. -Romig'is a native of Petersburg, .W. Va., : and an : alumna of the old ; Western : Mary- ,jand Hospital. School, of Nursing, Cumberland. The three sons pf-the couple,, from left to. right,. are' Groye.-V: Romig,, Baltimore, Richard E. and Ml 'David , Romig, Philadelphia. -..•"• :' . Mi. Savage Future Teachers Unit Installs At First Meet MT. : SAVAGE-.the 'first .meeting of the.Charles : .L'. : Kopp Chapter, Future Teachers of America, of : Mh Savage High School was held Tuesday evening in the auditorium of Ihe school; : Newly-elected officers were installed by Edward -\Vallace, presi- de'nt of the Dr. Lillian Compton Chapter of Frostburg State Teachers College; The. Frostburg chapter sponsors the local unit. 'Officers installed 'were president, Barbara Robinetle; vice president, Jane Rizer; secretary, Laura Jean House; .point secretary, Rosemarie Houck; Ireasiirer, Helen Gaff; sergeant at arms, Kenneth Taylor, and . librarian, Charlotle Taylor. ' : , ^Guests included Charles L. Koppr for..whom Ihe club is named, Mrs.''y' Kopp,. ' James jlosack, fdc'ulty advisor lo Ihe Frostburg chapter,' .Alfred Bcnna,- : school principal, and Mrs. Benha. ?The installation.was followed by a : social hour; !'•:/' Brief Mention The GN Card Club was entcr- taiiisd a recent evening at the home of Mrs. Thelma Green, Calla Hill. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bertha Holt, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Blank and Mrs. Freda McKcnzie. Mrs'. Holt will be the next hostess. . Court .Theresa 557, Catholic Daughters of America, will sponsor a social tomorrow at 7:45 p. m. in St.. Patrick's Hall. " : Rl'. Rev. Msgr. George. J. Larkin,'.pastor of Shrine of the Little Flower Catholic Church, Balti. more, and his sister, Miss Kath- rjn Larkin. also of Baltimore, arc -visiting their brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Larkin. ;Janet Kcene, College Park, is visiling her grandparents, Mr. and Mfs. Victor Trimble. • ! Miss Mary Lemmert returned from Pittsburgh where she .visited her brother, Clayton Lemmerl, arid sisler, Mrs. Eula Jones. ;Mrs. H. 0. Porter is in Wapping- efs-Falls; N. Y. ; visiting her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barber; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fannon, Ballimore, spenl the weekend wilh relatives here. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Mary Farinon who had been.visitjng her sister, Mrs. Edgar Lancaster. " '.Miss Margaret Carabine returned to Washington after visiling her sister. Miss Lorelta Carabine. 'Mr. and Mrs. Colin Barth anc children returned from Milwaukee where Ihey altended the funeral ol his uncle. Herbert Barth. Mr.'.'and Mrs. Peter Hughes re. turned lo Ballimore after spending the .weekend with her . molher, . Mrs. Mary Morgan.. Chairmen Named By President Of Auxiliary Slaf f To' Practice •' . 'PIEDMONT—Tlie degree staff o Calanthe Temple. 8, Pythian Sis lers, ; will practice following a meet ing 'of the Temple Tuesday eve ning, .October 18. An initiation wil be .exemplified oh '.he evening o October 25. , For Sale: House, hot water heat 3 Ml. Pleasant. Street, Frostburg. Apply 6 to 8 p. m. Adv. N. T. Oct. 10-11-12-13-14-I5. WESTERNPORT — Commitlee hairmcn were appointed by Mrs. largaret Harris, president of Vicory Unit 155, American Legion ancillary al a meeting of .the unit Tuesday . evening at tile Post lome. . Named were Mrs. Palsy Broy nd Mrs. Marie Lyons, memb'er- iip; Mrs. Owen Rhodes, child r elfare; Mrs. Anna Baughman, ehabililation; . M r S; T h e r e s a lackburn, . community service; Irs. Mary McGowan, poppy; Mrs. Iary Fazenbaker,' Americanism; Irs. 'Florence Salesky, ways and neans: Mrs.. Owen Rhodes, legis- alive; jMrs. Mary Cowatch, gold tar. . Mrs. Mary McGowan, publicity; Irs. Nellie Imiioff, flowers and ards; Mrs. May Dawson, social; [rs. Josephine Diaz, civil defense, nd Mrs. Vivian McKcnzie, youth nd activities. A donation of $5 was ordered to- 'ards the cigarette fund for atienls in Perry Point Veterans tepitai. Announcement, was made that laryland Department officers will lake an official visit to Mountain Jistrict al a ' joinl meeting of .egion posts and auxiliaries, Sun- ay, October 23, at 2:15 p. m. at he home of Barton Post. A meeting of the District Auxi- Elks To Open Social Season On Saturday • FROSTBURG—Frostbiirg" Lodg 170, B.P.O. Elks, will open one o .the most extensive grams in its history this Saturday night' with the observance' o' "Cumberland Elks Night" at tin • home here.' according to Exaltet ' Ruler Arthur L. Kirby. ' ' .. - : Dancing from 9 o'clock to.mid night will feature-, the program Kirby added, and the affair is open to Elks of the in-state district ant 'heir lady guests. '..'"; " . Next Saturday,. October 22. jln •real lodge will hold a "Buck 'arty" for Elks and guests, .am lans have been completed for a lallowccn dance .Friday, Octobe : 8. Another "Buck Party"'has'been arranged' for Saturday,. Novembe 12, and the'annual Thanksgivin; Eve dance honoring the"Beall His " : arid LaSaile. .High football coach ing staffs 'will be held Wednesday .N'oyerhher-23. . '-..;'• "Keyser Elks Night" will be.ob served. Friday;-. December .10, ant other /December events include an egg-ripg party starting 'at.II . Christmas" Day and : ; the a'nniia New Year's Eve dance Decembe si.. , ••" ' .;, • ;••• •.- '.' .• The committee in : charge of cm of the most elaborate social pro grams ever undertaken by''Frost burg. L o d g e . includes tirland Parise; chairman,. - Howard .Shu man and Joseph James, with Jphr (Jack) Dillon;:-serving: in ah at visory capacity on decorations refreshments, 'prizes ..and .specia entertainment.' i .. -. • • .Brief Mention Mrs. Margaret Chambers; 9 Wright Street/and Mrs. 'Charlott McGilpin, Midland, are surgica patients'in Miners ,Hospital. Miss Delores Jean Rafferty Zihlman, and. Mrs. Lulu Bittneir RD 1, are medical patients Miners Hospital. ••'•:•. . Richard. Winfield, grandson o Mr.'and Mrs..G6rey McKenzie, 6 Mechanic Street, suffered a frac lured right arm yesterday "while playing football on the playgroum at St. Michael's School. Yesterdaj was the'youth's fifteenth birthday The' Drum 'Corps of Farradj Post 24, American Legion, wil iary units be held at the lome of Farrndy Post, Frostburg, t 2:30 p. m., October 30. lame Season Set MOOREFIELD.— Wild turkey and squirrel season will open Sat- irday in Hardy County, .with the imit on turkeys to he one for the eason, arid Ihe limit on squirrels, 'our per day; , . . ' Harvard University libraries con- ain nearly 6 miliiori volumes. This s Ihe largest stock of any unf versity in the United States. practice today at 7:30 p; m. ..W ia'm Youngerman and Charles Meerbach, co-chairmen, said additional musicians are still heeded. Parade To Mark Hoiiiecomiug At Potomac.State KEYSER—The annual Potomac State College Homecoming parade Saturday, October 22, will-feature loats and marching units''of several local service and fraternal or- [nnizations. • ' ' Floals will he entered by the Ceyser Kiwanis Club, Chamber of Commerce, Epsilon Beta.Phi sor- jrily, Forty and Eight Club and he local Veterans of Foreign Wars n ost and its color guard. The Circle K Club of Potomac Stale College is sponsoring the -pa rade which will form on Slate ilreet, get underway at 12:15 p.m. and proceed down town through he business district. Five loca residents will judge the floats First First prize will be $20 anc second prize, $10. Individuals or groiips desiring to enler fioals are asked to conlaci Joseph Elliotl at the college. Potomac State organization: which will be represented in thi parade include Theta Sigma Chi Phi Kappa Omega, Phi Sigma Nu Eta Upsilon Gamma,. Sigma Iota Chi, Kappa Delta Psi, Potomai ;tate Singers, ROTC unit and band, Newman Club, ;: Christian Youth Fellowship, : Home Econom cs Club, Engineers' Club and Roth Military Honorary Society.' For Sale: 1954 Chevrolet, 2-door Ijower glide, 4,000 miles, $1350. Alsi Frigidaire S65.00; Caloric, :wliiti enamel coal and gas.range $20.00 Phone 704-M, 14 Locust- Street Frostburg. . . • Adv. Oct N-T-l: Only Artcarved gives you , guaranteed DIAMOND VALUE with NATIONWIDE Permanent Value Plan* Insulated Aluminum LNEILSONISON ; S. Wtttr St. txt'4 :;.: 717-M FROSTIURG H«re is tbe proof of diamond v.lue 'you've aikcd for! Imagine-Mjwbjre' ii thi OAA'.^you can apply Ihe FULL current retail price (less Ux) of your Ancarttd* diamond rin» toward » larger ooe-» stated in the |U*rantce. Ai-leaned, oldest and largest ring- maker, give you m»ny other protec- ikKiJ-in the most complete diamond guarantee ever offered. Em, m#»< Ml UHX £ Diimondi $37.50 up k S Hoskeri Jewelry Mont 473 FrMtbur« OPIN SATURDAY IVINING TIL 9 riven Fire Warning By Forester KEYSER-The State Conscrva- ion Commission has asked the City of Keyser to curtail promiscuous nirning of inflammable' material vithin the city,limits, pointing.out he danger of forest fires resulting loin such incidents! Hays E. Helihick; slate'forester wrote to Mayor John C. Frceland and cited the potential danger vhicii has been increased by subnormal rainfall during the past few nonths. Keyser has an ordinance ng ;this situation,' Mayor. Frceiand ;aid, adding that it stipulates that here shall be .no burning of .rubbish or other matter within the : city ih'iits, nor within two niiles of the city's borders.. ..' Persons violating the ordinance vill be fined not less than $5 nor nore than $io for the first offense. Cach subsequent offense will result n a fine of not less than $10 nor nore than, 530, and in'addition to lie fines, .the offender sen- chced to confinement in the Mineral County .jail for a period not to exceed 30 days for each offense.-' In his'.letter. 1 -the state forester said,-"The soil;is extremely dry his year, and current showers are "immediately absorbed."in the jrourid so as riot to affect the real turning conditibr.s..' - ,; The state 'law, .provides for a permit for' outside, burning-, which :annot be confined during the legal hours of .5 a. m. to 5 p. m. In many hstanccs municipalities have hurn- ng garbage dumps that, do not conform to the above law.''and a permit' will he required.;,.."Such a lerinit can be con- acting-'the ; fire. control/personnel of these cititsr : ; . ; ••; •;.- : . In Keyser, under the new sys- ^m 1 of land fill operation in dis 1 posal of garbage and waste, 'there s'rio conflict with .the state .law. Tucker County School Strike Seen Ended .... . -' . . soring DAVIS—Tucker County Board 'of P™ Education this . morning -said the najority of local students who had ieen : remaining away from classes ri protest to the consolidation of 'homas and Davis schools, had re- lorted to school this morning. The return was at least in part iffecied by the prospect of parents if the "striking" students being or- [ered before a justice of the peace nd given fines. School authorities laid down an iltimatum yesterday, noting that Vest Virginia law requires such ction against violators of com- lilsory school attendance. This morning only one absentee, 'as reported, by Davis Elementary! chool, six at Davis Junior High chool, and 32 at Thomas High; chool...Among the 32 remaining; lit at the high school, 15 are nder the legal age requirement or. compulsory attendance, a pokesrnan of the board 'of educa- :oh .said. High school students here had re- nained away from classes in pro- cst'against being required to at- end high school at nearby Thomas. The; junior high school there in urn was closed and such students ransported to school here. At. a mass meeting here- last light, the parents of the "striking" tudents were advised to send'their youngsters back to school until egal advice could be chained. Education board officials this morning said a spokesman for the larents had' requested a meeting [Parking On Church Street 1 1) Prohibited By Council Vote^ WtSlFRNPORT - IMiklng will )c prohibited on Clmich Sticet Michael olatcd that otHctab of,th« • Cumbeiland and Allegheny Gas Jbiii its Intersection with Main and nst btiects the Mayoi and Cuun !| voted last night Since' the' municipal parking lot _ ............. ..... ,__ __________ Arnold tlaik who it. laying con- n Church Street has-been placed cretc 'curbs on Central Avenue and' 1 ' opeiation and Hit lights that otlici btictts foi tin, town and also avc been ordered for it are-.ox. , »ctcd to be installed b> No\cmber the use of the towns foim for the Council decided to'prohibit park- ng on the stieel The meaiuie /as parsed b\ a 3 1 \ote Ordinance 7; pertaining. to ex•nation became effective aftci s second reading last night Ihe ordinance pioudes foi ex avation of and under the public vircets and.alleys of the town for iny purpose,' including 'the laying .- )r relaying, changing and repair- TO MARK ANNIVERSARY—Mr. arid Mrs, Thomas -H.- Cunningham ,will observe tlieir .golden ^wedding 'anniversary; Sunday -with open. From.1 to.5 p. "rii. at .their home .in Zihlman. 'The. couple was-married. October., 17,, 1905, St: Michaei's.i'Calholic' Church; Frostbiirg: They have' three .children. .'. ': :;'\ - / .. .:.;' -. Grantsville Legion Aiixiticiry JFHA Training Meet . Hel(l;Al Roniney '•' " : ROMNEY—The supervisory: and . clerical personnel of Area 2, Farm- ,-ers Home 'Administration, attended • ;a training, meeting. Kere'.';Tuesday -and yesterday.' .•'.::'.••'.. ; :Kehneth.W. Shaffer, slate director; William A; Jones, 'farm loan officer: H. Trcll Rcger, probation bail officer; Miss. 'Virginia .Kinni-j son. office" management-'Distant: | 'urriian :S.:Thomas', engineer, ahdj 3 aul A. Holden, :area supervisor,! vere meeting leaders. : •< , Area "2. is. comprised' of areasi served .by offices at Martinsburg.j 'etcrsburg,..Lewisburg,; : Union, iingwood and Roniney. . . Soiiinev Mail Fined Kitzmiller Cliib To Hold Aiiiiual Amateur Coiiiest' KITZMiLLER;— The iah'.nua amateur^, and - popularity contes sponsored-by the: Kitzmiller Lion Club held Friday, Novem her 18, at Elk Garden'High-ScKoo! club officials have announced. . Persons, interested in , enterin either of the contest categories c'a contact any member of the spon organization. The firs the popularity contest wil .wrist watch. Brief Mention . . . 'Albert 'R. Middlcton is a palie.n 'n the Baker VA Center, Martins biirg, W. Va. .Mr. and Mrs. Wayne. Kalbaugl and son, New Martinsvillc, W. Va. were recent guests of .Mr. and Mrs John Droppleman. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross, Haiti more, are visiting Mr. and Mrs G. \Y. Burkhart. George Kccgan is a patient in tin Baker VA Center. be Crowd Attends (Continued Irom Page 11) Rawlirigs; Beryl- Elementary, El don;. Luke. Elementary Kenneth . McDowell; " Bloomingtoi llementary, Nancy^. Wilsoii,' am iammond Street, Gary Soult. Prizes were won 'by Paul Bow lah Jr., and Mrs.. Donald Me Dowell. ' The concluding prcsenlafion on he progvam was. smoke and ex plosive bombs used by the Army with the board so the situatioi discussed. No time fo ;he meeting was set, but it wa indicated it would be held in ,th near future - . ... 1948 Hudson for sale. 5 Blair Street Phone Frostburg 665-J. Adv. Oct. N-T 12-1: BLOUSES $2.98 - $5.98 SKIRTS $5.98 - $10.98 Mary Carol Shop ; • GRANTSVILLE'; ^ Officers : of firants'v'ille ; .tJnilj2M, American Le : gioh Auxiliary; were installed Mori day. night .at the .Legion Home. Mrs. .Mary T. ,Stahl ,retirin| president,. presided. Reports \vere given' by JIrs; Lois Bender, treaS- urer,' and Miss Viola Broadwatcr, historian. ' ' Mrs. Blanche Feslermah;.. Mt. District vice president, .installed the-following: .-'.': : V ,:.' President, Miss Lillian.Swauger; first vice president,"• Mrs. Mary Slahl; second vice president, Mrs: Thelma. Miller; .secretary, Mrs: Emma Colaugh; treasurer, MrsI Lois Bender; historian,Miss Viola Brpadwater;' chaplain, Miss .Ethel Broadwater; color bearers, Mrs. Jane Davis and Mrs. Audrey Edwards, arid Mrs. Ercelle Jenkins, sergeant at arms. Mrs. Festerman presented Mrs'. Slahl with a pin from Ihe organiza- :ion. Mrs; Stalil thanked the retiring officers, and other-members for their cooperation during her term of office. Mrs. Festerman announced that a district auxiliary meeting would je held a_t Frostburg at 2:30 p. m; Sunday,. October 30,. and • a joint ,cgion and Auxiliary district meet- rig nt Barton on Sunday, October 23. . . Guests present were Mrs. Fannie .evvis, Mrs. Rhea Norris, arid Mrs. Lizzie^ pc.Vore,-: a 1 !! of Frostbiirg;. j Refreshments were served .by, Mrs. Emma--.Cobaiigh and l\lissl Lilian Swauger. ' . ing of pipes and siuei& Mayer Compinv weic pleased with the new ordinance. individuals, will he charged $25 for.' concieto work 1 ffedivo todaj he will also'lie charged at the. rate, of $2 pel dij B^ The town Mill erett siyis for the ™ Westernport,and'Lukp'Lions' Club,-'-' which the club has purchased, pro- Mdmg the club has pel mission from the State Roads Commission, Council voted. . ••-'...;... ' v=The purchase of 50 tons of sand.'6' at $2 per ton was authorized.'- Tlie K> sand will-be placed in.tlip'city lot ;>. for use on the streets this winter ' during the slippery weather. • Vic-';i{ for Liller was authorized 16 haul •;< the sand; to the city lot at a charge ..„; of SI a ton. . :.'... : .'. i K> Combination range, cheap; 2'goiid:' /inter coats, size 16. Call 603-J. -•' •-. Adv. OctN-T-13-U. h Obstructing Coiint ROMNEY — James Hannas was fined $50 and costs 1 and. given a suspended sentence of-'six months n jail-at a recent hearing before Judge H. M. Caihoiin on a charge of obstructing an officer in .the per- 'orrhahce .of his/duties^ Hannas was placed on probation for two pears by Judge .Calhbun.- Hannas had been indicted on the -barge of being an al- :crcation. wilh ' Roniney Chief of Police Luther .Hutte'r. after he had jeen. arrested on . a' misdemeanor count. .. ,Unpainted r boards will lose about one-fourth of thickness, a.ccnturj' through weathering. . ; Lost: Black-While-Tan Beagle, R. Llewellyn, 74. M 6 u n t Pleasant; Street, Frostburg. Reward. ' —Adv. 'Oct. T 13-N Aluminum Storm Doort alt.hnrdwort inciudtd $35.00 Aluminum Storm Saih $15.95 GOLD BOND tvyiNiUUTID FIR FRAMING ROOFING HOOF COAIINO Neilsbn Bros. rhent Froltburf •'-—- ATTENTION -— v Niirset - Wpitrewel /.' White Foam - Wedgi* Heel OXFOrlDS j, B. Shannon & Go. Frostburg PALACE THEATRE Al* CONDITIONED ,. . LAST DAY ' CARYGRANT GRACE KELLY.'.''"'.. "TO CATCH A THIEF" of Frostburg has a lovely selection of new Fall .Fashions UP TO WITH YOUR 010 REFRIGERATOR M TR4K Yis, this work u the tme » •*. rid of your, old n fritriiaii t _ r j' while tlii. boge tjrtra ,tr«d»-i» offer hietR. Come 'm- PHI ICO Refrigerator Trade-in Week World's First Air Cbnditioned Refrigerator Here'fl tluit briuul new kind of refrigerator that'll Air . Condititinctl to -keep foods fresher. Completely automatic. Never nc*d« defrosting. H«se 2.3 icro degrM frceBcr. New Double Depth Dairy Bar. Yowrs tbit only on thie special YOURS ON CONVENIENT EASY TERMS FROSTBURG APPLIANCE CENTER FROSTBURG, MD.

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