Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 14, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 14, 1955
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And Tri-Sfalc Area (13) Evening Times, Friday, October 14, 1955 Employes Of Paper Mill Receive Safety Awards LUKE—A' number, of employes of the local plant of (lie West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company liave been issued emblems by the « *'ational Safety. Council in recog on of accident-free service ove an extended period. Three ,employes, John Hamer Henry Smiley and Harry Stcwa'rl completed 45 years ' of accident free service.. Five employes received 40-yea awards,'Clyde Bank. Charles Hat erman, Charles Lille'r. Cclestin Lorenzo and William Neff. thirty-five year awards went I Virgil" Bailey, .Frank Borges, Clar endon Davis/ Walter Gra'ndstafl Victor Harvey, James Howard Hugh O'Rourkc, Randolph Scott John Taylor, Douglas Twyrricn Emory Witherow and L. E. .Wort man. The following other awards were also issued. Thirty years—Alma Boyd,' Harrj Dawson, Leona Dawson. Job: Duckworth, Hubert Ebert ( .Ipsepl . \V. Funkhouser, Evert Galloway David Hartman, Paul Haywood Hoyal Hopkins, Lowell Leather man, Chester Martin, Harvey Mil ler, Dayton Ours, Charles Patrick Hobart Patrick, William H. Smith Hobert Stultz, P. C. Tichnell and Wright Welton. Twenty-five years — Ray Am . tower, Guy Bell, Lcota" Diddle James Bonney, Ora Brinkman Robert Bryan, Bruce Cave George Cayton. John Clabaugh Elma. Glower, Glenn Gill, Artliui Grable, Harvey Grove, Addie Johnson. Gerald Klinestiver. Ed gar, Kolberg, Felix Mellon, Carrol Moorehead, J. J. Nelson, Horace Richards, John Rilcy, Anna Smiley, B. H.: SMtzel, Woodrou Wilson and James Worgan. Twenty, years — Paul Amann Robert- W. Bess. Dewey Broad water, Charles Cave, James Cole man, Howard DeLautcr, Madeline Fisher, Atlec Foley, Clyde Frank land. Robert Grove, Charles Har tis. Bernard Houser, Orvel Kazlo William Kelly, James Loy. Nick Lupis; Joseph McGreevy, William ' Merribaugh, Arthur Mctcalf Charles Mctcalf,' William Neff Jr. Harold Parsons, Ray Pcarce, Rob ert Poland. Perry Ross, Los Smith, Henry Taylor, * Oswak Washington, Catherine Wiley, and Robert Woy, . Fifteen years — William Bar nard, Russell Beard. Frederick Becker, Edward Bever, Rextord Brooks, Louis Chucci, Giacomo f Aluminum Storm Doors '38.95 Alt HARDWARE INCLUDED Windows 15.95 up INSTALLATION EXTRA HASTINGS AWNINGS ARTHUR BOND PHONE 1053-M II BRADDOCK ST. KOSTBUKO Men's Oxfords N>w«t Foil Slyl.i Mansfield $9.95 - $10.95 to $13.95 Rand Craft $6.95 - $7.95 - $8.95 CONDON'S SHOE STORE JO W. Main Freirkuri Phon. 190-J Complesi, John Cross, Julius DiGioia, Evers Gilmorc, Claude Grady, Bculah Herman, Allan Hill, Henry Johnson, Francis Kidwell, John Kirk, flafel Legge, Miles Livengood, Elizabeth Mc- In'tyre, Clifton McKenzie, Charles Jletz, Howard. Hitler, ilelvin Aloorehead, Lewis Newman, Dorothy Patrick, George Paltison, William Phelps, Allan Poland; Ernest Poland, Alfred Preston, Frank Price, Landon Rice, Arthur Hounds, Joseph Sudine, Ulysses Smith, Charles Spiker, Gerald Steiding,- John Travis, William Wilkinson, John Whisner and Irvin Wilson.- • ' Ten' years — Phyllis Adams, Charles • Beeman, Bernard Barnard, Hugh Boyce, Gerald Bradley, Gus Broadwater, Buby Brown, John Cheshire, Charles Crawford, Eston Criles, George Cummings, Cliristine Davis. Anne' Bellinger, Frank-. Dilfcr, Fred Downey, Arthur Fazenhaker, Sarii Grapes, Nathaniel Green, William " Green, Elaine ' Grove, James Hartman, Ray> Hartman, James Helins, Charles Howard," Frederick im- hoff, Joseph Inskeep, William Job son, Bella Junkins, James Kelly, George Knapp, Edna Marsh, Lawrence Mason, Wilbur McCormick, Harry McGowan, Robert McGowan. James Mclntyrc, Franklin Miller, Hugh Miller, Jessie Miller, William Moore, Virginia' Moyer,' Leonard Myers, William Myers, Leo Nesmith, Carl Nichols, James Oil, Adam Prills, Eunice Ravenscroft, Roy Redman, Daniel Reed, Tracy Riggins, Regina Rigsby, Estel Saville, John Sears. William Shaffer, Emory Shillingburg, Albert Shoemaker, William Smith, Saniel Staley, Bernard . Sowers, Oanvin Sloutameyer, H o b e'r t Walker Jr ; , . Ernest WesUali, lames Whitoman, Roy .Wilkins, John Wilkinson, Minor Wilson, Mason Wilt and Edward Wolford. Five years — Donald Amann, Andrew Amoruso,- George 'Angle, Joseph Arnold, James Barbarito, 3etty Barcase, Gregory Barcase, Samuel Bean, Edgar Biggs, Harold Bishop, Roy Bland. Allen Bras- iear, Ora Brinkman, Howare Sroadwater, Z i h I in a n Callis, Charles Carpenter, Richard Cline, Homer Davis, Fonco Delerman, Joseph Detcrman, Shirl Dodge, Robert Eaton. John Evcrline, Robert Ford, William Gardner, .James jarland,. Harry Gowans, Ham,' jrove, John Haggerly, Hobert Uarshbargcr, Elizabeth Haught, Joseph Hill, Francis Humes, John Jessie, Patrick Kady, Russell Kepinger, Thomas Kerling, Hobert Kilroy and Jessie Kimble. Calvin Lamberson, Robert Laue', Francis,. Llewellyn, 'James jtipls, Dorothy 'Lyons, 'Richard Malcolm, Melvin Marple, Arthur McGuinness, William Metz. Alston Michael. Kenneth'.Michaels, Vernon Miller, Quentin Paugh, Albert ''aye, Robert Poland, Floyd Pratt, Kelvin Pritts, Garland Raines, Jonald Ravenscroft, Carl Salesky, Francis Serponc, Glen Shaffer, James Shpckcy. Kenneth Shook, lohn Smith. John Smith. William Smith. Hugh Stewart, Shirley Wai- >erl, Arnold Weese, Paul Whisner, Sarlorius Whisner, Jarpld Wilson, John Wilson, Henry Wilt and Franklin Woy. the lower auditorium of the church with the table color scheme being Nile green and white, the YWA color's..Gifts .were presented to the girls by the group. Mrs. Manila Thompson, Mrs. Fuller and Miss Delia Offman assisted in the serving. Pastor To Conduct Bible Study Scries Zard Parly Cancelled FROSTBUR'G—The card party iponsored by the St. Mary's Guild of St. John's Episcopal Church and scheduled for October 20 has been cancelled. Guild officials said money for tickets already purchased will be refunded. Sale Today FHOSTBURG-St. John's Episcopal Church will hold a rummage sale today from 6:30 to 8 >. m. in the parish' hall. FOR SALE .. $700 OFF.. 1955 Pontiac, Star Chief, 210 Horse Power P. B., H. -—EXPERT Watch - Jewelry _ REPAIR — Dean's Jewelry Gunter Hotel Bldg. Froitburg Phone 563 Members Honored By Ghiirch Unit FROSTBURG—Two members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of First English Baptist Church, Mrs. .Marjorie Williams and Miss Sally Stewart, were honored by the organization at a recent candlelight ceremony. .Assisting iii the "ceremony was the .Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary, members of-which sang several liymns, with Mrs. Peggy Fuller as piano accompanist. Readings and recitations on the themes' of "Home" and '. "Mar- rjageV were given by.Mrs: Marilyn Robertson, Mrs., Neva Snelsoh, Misses Judy Lewis, Jean Stevenson, Shirley Palmer, Mary Bittner, Connie - Franklin, Sue Plummer, Beverly -Phillips, Darlene Bittner and Ruth, Conrad. . . . The program included charges to Miss Williams and.Miss Stewart by Rev. Donald A. Vosseler, .pastor, andi. Mrs; Doris S. Ward, counselor for the group. . At the close of the ceremony, Mrs;. Williams and Miss Stewart were presented white Bibles by Mrs. Ward, followed by a dedicatory prayer by the pastor. Refreshments .were served John Taccino u». Heads Student ..» Council Unit M HISTORICAL GROUP TOUR —The second'annual tour sponsored by lite Garrett'-County-Historical Society.. was attended by 30 persons...The' tour started from Grantsville School and eight places of.historical interest, in the county 'were .visited. Felix? Robinson. extreme iefl, editor of "Tablelands Trails," is shown addressing the group during a stop on the Casselman stone bridge. Approximately half of was composed of out-of-county residents, " including one couple from Savannah, Ga. District Scouts ' On Annual Tour CapilarRegion PIEDMONT — More than 100 Senior Girl Scouts, Explorer Boy Scouts and leaders and nurses of the Tri-Towns District and Potomac, Council are. spending the weekend at Camp - Rockwood, Bethesda, and points in the Washington area. The trip is the.first as a.Poto- mac Council affair, while it is the seventh annual' Co-Ed trip for the Tri-Towns scouts and leaders. There are SI girls and women in- 'cluding nurses and 56. boys ..and men including bus drivers in the party. .. -. . • Alton R. Fortney, chairman of camping and activities of the Tri- WESTERNPORT — Rev. Robert Towns District, and George Me- Lions Club Asks Sidewalk Adjoining School Playlot ON THIS SAVE almost SPECIAL FOAM RUBBER AUTO CUSHION with Plastic Cover R«B.W.OO»««O/I I. M«!n WIN MAR SUPPLY W* Givt S. fc H. GrMn Stomp* 'f.;';;;,-:VPH, nm ..'.'" E. Cassell, pastor of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, will conduct Bible-study each Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Savage River Community Church. While the- adult Bible study being held, Mrs. Martha Lee Cassell will conduct a study period for children. Juliiper! Dress! Center in Washington. Young peo- Public along your property and plo from Islamic countries will be!.™ur refusal to construct one per- guests at the party. ' jpetuates a Very dangerous condi- r,or hr*-,l-t*,t Inmnrrnor al " On ttlat m3 5' ' Cad '° SerfOUS IU- Sew this versatile jumper In :wecdy cotton or wool — to wear ivith its companion blouse! "Let il solo in velveteen as a date-dress oo—for special evening occasions! You'll love 'its flattering scoop neckline, fitted and fjared silhouette—jumbo pockets! Pattern -4518: Misses' Sizes 12, .4, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 jumper, 41i •ards 39-inch; blouse l;i yards. This pattern easy to use. simple o sew, is tested to'fit. Has com-| )lete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in 'coins or this pattern—ad.d 5 cents for :ach pattern for ist-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of The Evening Times. 42 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 1, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. • Dowel!; Tri-Towns District, chairman are co-chairmen of Oie boys, and Mrs. 'Alton R. Forlney and Mrs. Carleton Bell,, co-chairmen for the girls. , After the party arrived at Camp Rockwood they toured tlie David Taylor Modfl. Basin, where the boats. The returned to Camp Hockwood for their evening meal. An international party will be held this evening at the Islamic Navy .tests model scouts and leaders WESTERNPORT—The Westernport and Luke Lions Club has written to the Allegany County Board ..of Education requesting them to' have a sidewalk constructed on Church Street along the Bruce High School playground. The letter, in part, states: "The Westernpbrt-I.uke Lions Club at its last meeting went on record for reasons of community betterment and safety as favoring and urgently requesting you to construct a concrete pavement along the Bruce High School playground as an important safety measure to the walking, public along the state highway in the corporate limits, of the Town of Westernport. "Unlike in cases of individual ownership we understand that under Maryland law the Board.of Education cannot be forced to do so by the Town officials. "We believe you owe a responsibility to the citizens of .Westernport who are now forced to walk the state highway because of your refusal to construct this pavement. Hundreds of school, children and adults walk this highway daily^ since the widening of the road and | Grantsville GHANTSVILLE —. Mrs. Isabel Hull, Hagerstown, who spent the past week with Misses Ethel and Viola Broadwater and Mrs. Mary Livengood, has. returned home. Mrs. .Leota Young Love. Upsa- lant, Mich.; .and Martin Winterbet, Bridgeport,. Conn., are guests of Miss Christina and William Winterberg. '. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Keller are spending this week with .Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Keller, Wilmington, Del. ' • . \ Richard Bro'a'dwater and ' Jack Pennjngton, Baltimore, visited the former's father, Nevin U. Broadwater. '. Miss Jane Bowman, Cumberland, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Broadwater. Lester Bonsher, Boulder, Colo., and Miss Lucretia Boucher, Cumberland, were recent guests of Mrs. Melissa Boucher. DeMolav Unit Plans the elimination of the berm. AJFounders Day Evenl pavement is needed to protect the where they will eat their noon meal. The Explorer Scouts will lake an air flight from Boiling Field against members of the Board for hazardous condi- personalities in such safely measures should allowing such lion to exist. ""Politics arid never lor a g cn) flight. Both groups will return to;,,,,. be considered by any while the Senior Girl Scouts will go to the National Airport for a j Scnoo| . Board and if mem bers of jlhe. Board become involved KEYSER — Potomac Valley Chapter of DeMolay, of Keyser. is making plans for the annual Founder's Day dinner to be held Tuesday evening. November 25. "he committee and chapter advis- ir are working on plans at which he members will have their parents and a girl, as guests. At the next meeting October 26, he chapter will give the first degree to a group of candidates. Boiling meal. Protestant Scouts will go to the;wishes to remind the Board that Metropolitan Methodist Church for its responsibilities should be above Field for their evening | suchi as we unt | ers t an d is the case, ithe Lions Club of this community The,. Indian government Yearbook for 1955 indicates India has about 350,000 motor vehicles. This is about one for every 1,000 per- service Sunday morning, while Catholic Scouts will go to the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for a tour and mass. Both groups will meet at the Is- such matters. "We are sure the good judgment of each member will tell him or her that-' the existing situation is extremely dangerous to the public lamic Center for a tour of that land that a pavemenf should be place. . I constructed, as'requested." Leaders making the trip are] ~ ~ James Rankin, Dewey Wilcox.iHeliearsal Cancelled Harry J. Biggs, Dariel Bell, William Stewart, Ronnie Carpenter and Dr. Donald P. Whilworth. Mrs. Irwin Marsh. Mrs. Melville WESTERNPORT—The choirs of Alt. Calvary Lutheran Church will not rehearse today. The next practice will be Friday, October White, Mrs. Eloise Ack, Mrs. Gor-|28, at 7:30 p. m. don Taylor and Mrs. Michael - Welshonce. Girl Scouts On Trip To Washington Area FROSTBURG—Eleven local Girl Scouls are spending three days visiting in Washington • and at Camp Rockwood, Bethesda. under! the supervision of Alton Fortney as a Potomac Council activity. Those making the trip, accompanied by Mrs. Gordon Taylor, leader, include Mary Louise Alexander, Alary Bolt, Barbara Duckworth, Gregg Darrowi .Diana Ewing, Judy Harrison, Sally Layman, Diana Meehan, Elaine Myers, •' Ellen 'Richardson and Josephine Rowe. Combination range,'cheap; 2 good winter coats, size'16. Call 603-J. Adv. Oct N-T-13-14 Resident Of Area Vained President Legion Auxiliary MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—!.f>— Mrs.! Jowden D. Wardf a Kingwood, W.! Va., music teacher, was elected! vithout opposition to the presi dency of the American Legion^ \uxiliary yesterday. She was chosen to head the! ra'llion-member organization after- more than 20 years of activity in: .he auxiliary. She was a national | vice president in 1949 and since I hen has headed several committees. At the time.of her.elec-! ion she was chairman of the mtional rchabililation committee, directing- the auxiliary work for disabled war veterans. Other officers elected include. ice presidents Mrs.' Floyd W.' Viiliams; Galax, Va. and Mrs. William H. Geagerty, Washington,! D. C. MT. SAVAGE — John was elected president of the Junior Student .Council of Mt. Savago ( School at a recent organizational! meeting. ' ; |(i " e Oilier officers are Barry Wallon v .,' vice president; 'Anita Wilhelm. scfj, rotary, and Donna Swccnc, assist^ ant secretary. ,,„ Room representatives to Ihff" council are Stephen Wilson, Carla,, Sherman, Linda Scritchfield, Mark 1 Whiteman, Grade One; ' Barbaia. Crump, Michael Taccino, Jane Al u dridge, Pcnny^'Wingcrt for Gradiii', Two: Pauleite Bridges. Robert Cassidy, Darrcll .Blank, Janet,-, Robinson for Grade Three; Kd-"r ward Delbrook. Paulina Wine.-::' brenner. Ralph Wilson, Wanda Holt. Grade Four: Gary Martin,';;" Donna Swecne .for Grade Fivo>n Darrel Parsons, Bertie Michaels,:-.. Grades Five-Six, and Taccino and i Anita Wilhelm for Grade Six. ' -. The next meeting will be held' Tuesday at which time Halloween" behavior will be discussed. 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