Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 13, 1955 · Page 11
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Dial PA-2-4600 fw • WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1»8S ELEVEN Crowd Attends Annual Safety Ratty At Westernport Park i> '•( \ ^ '' V . > t,.A?^ ! • / > i '.. >• > l WESTERNPORT-A Urge crowd Half-Ste Style .(tended the safety rally yesterday evenlnf IB Memorial Park hen. ' It was (be ninth annual community fire and safety rally «pon- cored by-the Luke plant if the West Virginia Pulp and <Paper Company. A number of fire companies in Allegany County ^ and nearby West Virginia participated in the program. An alert was sounded at 7-IS p when the'fire companies from various communities reported io Memorial Park in good time, without exceeding speed limits John 3. Long, safety.director at the Luke mill was master of ceremonies Announcements were made by William Barger, director of Civil Defense in Allegany County. Prior to the program, the Bruce High School Band, directed by William D. Simpson, marched to the park and played the national an them while the Drum and Bugle Corps of 'Kelly-Mansfield: Post 52, Piedmont American Legion, raised the American flag. The band also played several numbers during the program. First "aid demonstrations; were presented by three teams. One was made'up of Captain Arnold Wecsc, Patrick Mills, John Meyers arid Andrew Shaw. Team 2 included Captain William De\cns, Robert Stultz, "Russell Brown, William Seaber and Delbert-Tichncll, and Team 3, Captain Ted Metcalf, William Barnard, Robert Moyer, Thomas Kady; Floyd Pratt and Fred Kelly; All- were Luke mill em- ployes. A' demonstration of small fires ', being put out by use of emergency; fire extinguishers, .was -presented by members of ihc Barlon, Beryl, Bloomington, Luke; Keyser. Pied-i mont, Midland and McCoole Fire: companies..- :..-.' .. " ; ':\- -• A demonstration in the use of an: asbestos, suit in a burning -building: was given by Potomac Fire Com-; pany.of .Wcstcrnpoft, .directed by Chief William Maylesi A', rescue demonstration by Allegany County Civilian Defense teams was directed by Barger. ; •••'.' . -. The top of the grandstand was used in showing how to lower casu-, allies from"upper levels. . ." • •• A radar demonstration was given by Die Maryland Stole Police. Long presented awards to junior fire chiefs. They included'Bruce Junior High School, Sandra Miller; St. Peter's Parochial, Kathrynj Murphy; Piedmont Junior'.High: School, Michael Bennett; Piedmont 1 Elementary School. Eugene Pax-! ton Jr.; McCoole Elementary, Dale (Continued on Page 10). j New Officer KEYBEIMIalaa 0. Martin. Key-. choir °* NT, wkt ,wa« , receatly • sleeted Church i Youth Choir To Meet WESTERNPORT-The Youth .Christ Memorial Baptist chaaeeOsr Ofaad wID be fciaertd here tomorrow eve- tint at a tetUmoolal dinner to be served under sponsorship of Olive Branch Lodfe, Keyser, in which he holds membenhip. The diner wffl be served it f N i will meet «t'the Imne of '•(/to* Wait Virjinli Charles RUey." m "Roosevelt »' Knlrti, rf Pvfw« «_U („„„,„, „ T p. m . ( v m. In the dinin? room of the First Methodist Church. The ticket committee is captained by Coyd Fire Unit To Hold Halloween Party t - ' % ,1 7 , J I MIDLAND - The Auxiliary •» WM by Haul Llewellyn aid Mary Ihe MIdltnd VoFjateer'Fire Company will hold its, annual Hallow* en party Thursday' evening, October 27. A dance will be featured and prizes will be awarded , The unit approved a donation of $10 to the local Medical Center as a new member and prises were the meeting. Knlppnben. Reporti wen presented by Uarfuerlte Raynor. auditlnf, and Delphla' Hyde, financial secretary. Floweri were told, with the pro- Bible Claaa To Meet PIEDMONT-The Susannah Wet- ley Bible Cl«s> will, meet tomor. row at 7:3o;p.m. at Trinity Method- lit Church. Marion Llewellyn was admitted totalization fund. A (octal followed at the home of Alonzo Riggleman, Board Meets Today WKSTEHNPORT-The Official going to the firemen's hoe- Church will meet today at 7 p. m Riordah Road. New Garage Atlendul Ha* Plenty ExeitettWt CAMDEN. S. C. - m - John Rhoadus experienced plenty of excitement in a new job at,a service^ station. / He had been at work only two nights when two armed bandlta Board of Christ Memorial Baptist held him up and robbed the place of $52 25 The ncx' night, a motor 1st ordered his tank, filled up witk gas but drove off without paying.' Smart fashion for the half-slier I ^c.ut to fit proiwrly. for the shorter, I fuller figure! 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