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FltOSTBIJltG-KEYSER And Tri-Staie Area .New* (6) Evcninjt Times, Monday, October 17, 1955 Yroslbnrg Police, firemen Conduct 4 nnnol Inspection FROSTBURG — National Fire 'revcntion Week was observed by he Frostburg Police and Fire De- 'arlmcnts by the annual inspection ;f schools in town. Following the inspections, the irincipals were given recom- ncndations found necessary to liminate fire hazards. Reports vere also presented to the Board if Education, and a digest of the ntormation will be made public .it ,r future date. Inspecting Beali High School, "ckh'arl and Hill Street schools vere Fire Chief Florian Nickel, Police Chief Lloyd Truly, Paul •iaberlein. Anthony LaPorta, John itarkey and Kenneth Close. Chief Truly was assisted by Jesse Jacobs and William McKenzie in 'nspecting St. Michael's Parochial School. The final inspections, at Beall ilementary and the Laboratory School of Frostburg State Teachers College, were conducted today. Fire drills of students were held in conjunction with the inspections. Brief Mention Mrs. David Phillips and infant son. and Mrs. Louis Grecco and infant daughter, are home from .Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Sodality devotions will be held Wednesday at 7 p. m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Miss Elizabeth Hughes returned to Washington after spending the weekend with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Youngerman, Lee Street Mrs. Merrill Layton and infant daughter, RD 2, are home from Miners Hospital. Marie Lewis, RD 2; Diana Median, 51 West Main Street: John Winters, Midland; David Wilson, 166 Center Street, Mrs. Catherine Lewis, Eckhart, and Anna Marie Knieriem and. John Byrd, both of RD 2, recent patients in Miners Hospital, are convalescing at their respective homes. Dennis Shuck, student at Mt. St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, was home for the weekend.. St. Michael's Church will sponsor a public social in the parish hall Friday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Charles Beck, West. Sen. Bean Being Boomed For W. Va. Governor Race Pastor Feted At Reception WESTEKNPORT— Rev. Andrew Agnew, pastor of Westernport Evangelical United Brethren Church, and Mrs. Agnew were honored at a reception Friday night sponsored jy the Ruth-Naomi Bible Class of the church. Rev. Mr. Agnew is entering his third year as pastor here. Talks were given by Rev. C. K. Welch, pastor of Bethany Evangelical United Brethren Church, Cumberland, and by a former pastor of the local church, J. Dayton Ours, now a trustee of the church. Rev. Mr. Agnew responded. The program, announced by Mrs. Charles Paugh, also included vocal solos by Jack Fazenbaker, Carmel Right and Delores Linkswiler, and vocal duets by Rev. and Mrs. Agnew and Wanda Maphis and Blanche Ferguson. . Mrs. Ruth Noland gave a reading, "When Father Carves The Turkey." A group of Sunday School students sang "Open Up Your Heart." Rev. Agnew was presented a gift jy Mrs. Paugh, program chairman, n behalf of the members of the church. The opening prayer was given by Edward Dayton and the closing one by Mrs. Lottie Bosley. Refreshments were served by the Ladies Aid of the church. PTA Plans Supper Program Tomorrow WESTERNPORT — A membership spaghetti supper of the Hammond Street School Parent-Teacher Association will be held tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. at the school. The program will include a white elephant sale, and musical numbers by Mrs. Paul D. McCoy. Main Street, has returned home from Sacred Heart Hospital. Robert Harper, Fairview Street, and Mrs. Wilton Young, 54 Frost Avenue, are medical patients in Miners' Hospital. [ways-simmering political pot is cginning to boil, since both pares must select candida:es for gov- rnor at the May 1956 primary lection. The name of State Senator Ralph . Bean, of Moorotield, is being irominently mentioned as _ an spirant, and the following article vas the lead editorial in a recent dition of the Moorefield Examner: "Bill Heart, political expert with he Dominion News, at Morgan- own, names our own Sen. Bean as ne of the 15 who is likely to be a iuccessful aspirant. Harry G. loffman, political writer for the Charleston Gazette, the stale's argest Democratic newspaper, ays Sen. Bean is a likely candi- ate and that he is "popular and ndependent, and he is despised .by he statehouse function." Bob' Mcll- ce, political writer for the Char- eston Daily Mail, says Sen. Bean s the logical independent to oust he Charleston machine that has ontrolled the State Government "The only objection to Sen. Bean's candidacy mentioned by any of the writers was one by Hoffman, to the effect that he is not well enough knosvn outside the Eastern Panhandle section. In the ame article, however, he said Sen, Bean would be fair and also most capable as governor. "Senator Bean is a graduate of West Virginia University Law School serving as president of hij senior class, and has been active n the alumni work of the univers- ty. While at the university, he vas a member of Kappa Alpha fra- crnity and also served as presidenl of the organization. He is also a graduate of Potomac State College. "Sen. Bean has shown that he lelieves in a state government thai s controlled by all the ..eople, and not one controlled by two or three persons in Charleston. He has spoken against them, and has been outspoken against them: He lee lie independents to a great victory over this machine in a bitter fight n a purge movement against his colleague, C. E. Martin Jr., of Martinsburg, last fall, and he Official Lists Personnel For Fire Season PARSONS—Tucker county residents selected as forest protectors for the fall fire season have been announced by J. L. Beymcr. Conservation Commission forester. The fire season began October 1 and will run through December 31. The list follows: Dominic Redo, Albert; Lenton Hclmick, Benbush; R. W. Morrow Jr., Belmont Cleaver, M. L. Cooper, Maline Gaynor, Lloyd Winters, Milford Sppnaugle a n d Clyde Drenning, Davis. Daniel Lawrence, Dry Fork; Ben F. Thompson, Canaan Valley; Leo Harper, Leadmine; Burlcy Bahon, Parsns; John Narcd, Pierce. Dewey Lansberry, William; Casper Bonner, Reel Creek; Foster 3land, Bert Pase and Edgar Breed- ,ove, Thomas. Frank Ashby Sr., Clarence Auvil, George R. Ball, Wilberl Ball, Robert Cline, Earl Fikc, Wayne Goff, Elmer Lipscomb, Thomas Laughry, Jerry Nestor, Stanley B. Nestor and Nelson A. Williams, St. George Messengers be Belmont Cleaver, Burley Bohon, Ronald Helmick and Daniel Lawrence. PTA To Hold Family Night LONACONING — Family Night /ill be observed at a regular meeting of the Central School PTA tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. A program has been arranged. Final plans for the Halloween carnival, October 27, will be an- dent, will preside. home demonstration agent, will be a guest at a meeting of the Junior 4-H Girls Club tomorrow evening at the VFW Homo, ' Achievement Day will be oh- WISHING Registered U. S. Patent Office. 2 C 7 2. -t 8 I A_ 6 8 7 _S R_ 6 5 U W ^ N 8 W 726 S N N 487 _T A U 2 Y 6 A I A 468 N E Y H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count-the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and cheik every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked 'figures give you. Coprrllht IIS), by Willlim 1. Hill.r, Diltrlbultd by Klni Foturel, Inc. 10*11 Miss Brief Mention Justine Miller, assistant LOOK FOR LETTER FROM It'll bring you your only chance this year to get LIFE regularly at a special moneysaving rale. COMING WEDNESDAY ;oundly defeated the machine in a iard-fought contest for the president's gavel in the State. Senate ast January. "If the independents are to regain control of the Democratic 3 arty, and save it from almost cer- ain defeat by breaking up the machine method of hand-picking a candidate for governor, this paper strongly urges the Independents and common sense thinking people 'iroughout West Virginia to select ic native-born President of the Vest Virginia Senate to do the job. There is not another person in Vest Virginia who will carry on a ight against our present ruthless machine with such vigo and force is Sen. Bean. "The Examiner makes a point hat Sen. Bean is about as well known as any olher West Virginia citizen. In recent years he has served as Majority Leader in the Senate for four years and as president of that be !y for three years. In defeating the statehouse candidate for the presidency of the Senate last January, Senator Bean gained publicity in every newspaper and on every broadcasting station in the State, as well as neighboring states. "Hoffman apparently has forgotten that Sen. Bean has been : just about as active as anyone could be in Democratic politics for about 20 years. He served as prosecuting attorney in Hardy county for eight years, as state senator in the 16th District for H years and he has been county chairman of the Democratic party for 15 years. "He has served as master of ceremonies at the state-wide meeting of Young Democ-atic Clubs and he served, with success, as chairman of the 'state-wide Democratic judicial convention which selected a judge as nominee -for member of the State Supreme Court. "In addition 1 to' the political activities of Sen. Bean he has been prominent in many state-wide activities. He is now, and has been j for several years, an active mem- |bcr of the Board of Governors ol | the West Virginia Slate Bar. Sen. I Bean is an active Mason anc jShriner and has served on state|wide committees in those organizations. In his church—he is a Methodist—he is widely known as a learned and Capable speaker. Sen. :Rean is the past president of the •Monrefield Lions Club, has held of- •ficers in the state wide organization of this service group, and has | addressed many Lions clubs in all tnarls of the state. ! "He 'ias served ar the president served this evening by the Lonaconing Women's Club at a meet- ng at the VFW Home. Arrangements for a program and exhibits are being handled by Mrs. Walter McKenzie. Mrs. Betty Long 'will preside at the busiitess meeting. Morgan Man KilledOnRoad BERKELEY SPRINGS — Ray mond T. Whisner, 62, of Great Cacapon, was killed in front of his home on State Route 9 early Saturday when he ran into the path of an oncoming automobile. Whisner, an employe of the Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corporation, died enroute to the hospital in Berkeley-Springs. - - . - • State Police said Whisner had been driven home from work by jindsey Ziler and had just alighted from the car and started to across the highway in the wavy rain when he was struck by the left front wheel of an auto- lobile being driven by Carlos Lee Higman, a neighbor. Officers said Higman was not driving fast and had slowed down to turn into his driveway abou 200 feet ahead. Higman stopped immediately. This was the third highway fatal ty thus far this year in Morgan county, one less than for all o 1954. It was the second pedestrian death and also the second within the past week. Whisner, a native of Morgai county, was a son of the late Cyru: W, and Ada, Harley Whisner. Survivors include his widow Mrs. Nellie Smith Whisner; fou sons. Meredith Whisner and Olive Whisner, both of Berkeley Springs Levi Whisner, of Phillipsburg Ohio, and Noel Whisner, of Grea Cacapon; tour daughters, Mrs Chalmers Hofe, Mrs. Williair Spitzer and Miss Faun Whisner all of Great Cacapon, and Mrs Donald Shepherd, of Berkele Springs; a brother, Dr. L. G Whisner, of Herscher, 111.; tw sisters, Mrs. Wilson Spring, o Great Cacapon, and Mrs. Berth Largent, of Paw Paw, and 1 grandchildren. MemorialHeld ByiOOFUnit MT. SAVAGE — Wildey Rebecca odge 4, IOOF. held a mcmorla ervice for Mrs. Carrie Kclllng a a recent meeting. The charter wa [raped by Mrs. Jane Dorman oble grand. A hymn, "In Thi Garden," was sung by Mrs. Lloyi Vade. Mrs, Lloyd Wade and Mrs. Free Vincbrcnner were appointed chair nen of the drive to collect jig-sav uzzles, playing cards and the poc et edition books for hospitalize; etcrans at Christmas time. The collection is an annual pro ect of the lodge. Persons wishing donate items can contact mem ers of the lodge. Homomakers To Meet The .Ml. Savage' Homemakeri lub will hold its next meeting hursday, October 27, at 1 p. m. in !. George's Parish Hall. The date f the meeting has been changec ue to the Homemakers minstrel eing presented this week. A emonstration of the new voting nachines will be given. Church Being Painted The ground floor of St. Patrick's all is being given a "face-lifting.' he paint for the project has been urnished by Court Theresa 557 atholic Daughters of America nd the work is being done by nembers of Mt. Savage Council 058, Knights of Columbus. Club To Meet •The Young Adults Club of the It. Savage Methodist Church wil meet today at 8 p. m. in the asement of (lie church. Members f the Youth Fellowship have of ered to serve as babysitters. Any ne desiring a sitter should contacl liss Jane Rizer or Wilbur Paul. Brief Mention William L. Hamilton and daugh er, Mrs. Rose -Carney. Lake Mo a\yk, N. J., are visiting Mr. and Irs. Charles Winner. Mr. and Mrs.. Colin Bowers and Ir. and Mrs. John Orndorff are isiting relatives in Norfolk, Va.- Mrs. Patrick Sullivan and Miss Tary. Ann McKenzie returnei rom visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alber Brown, Baltimore, and Mr. am VIrs. Paul Sullivan, Hyattsville. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wade have eturned after visiting his father Vilber W. Wade, who underwen urgery at City Hospital, Akron Ir. Wade,.who will be 90 on Wed esday, is well known here and in Frostburg where he was an em loyee of the Hitchins Departmen itore for more than 40 years. Dinner, Dance Ends,Jubilee MT. SAVAGE — Mt. Savagi Council Knights of Columbus, 1058 oncluded its golden jubilee cele jration with a dinner and danc t the 'Clary Club Saturday eve ling. Rev. Michael Smyth, counci chaplain, 'offered the invocation 'olm R. Uhl. grand knight, de ivered the address of welcome nd Wilbert E. Logsdon. pas ;rand knight, was loastmaster. William M. Lennox, supreme ,rand knight, of Philadelphia, was lie principal speaker. Four charter members, Patrick .. Fannon, John F. Gallagher am Jharles W. Carney, all of Mt iavage, and William Hamilton Vew York, were presented 50-yea emblems by Charles B. Hume sine, Maryland state deputy. Thei ladies were presented corsages :arrying out the golden theme. John Nagel, master of the Four! Degree Knights of Columbus Maryland, and Mrs. Nagcl, Bait more; Carl Firlie, district deputy and Frank A. Wolfhope, past slat deputy, both of Cumberland, wer among the guests. Miss Robertine Boyle, accompan ied by Miss Mary Murray, pn sented several vocal selections. The committee in charge of ai rangements included James *] Brannon. Edward J. Conway, ,Wa ler F. Meade, Gregory A. King William E. Farrell, James Gi lespie and Joseph V. Carter. of the West Virginia State Fin men's Association for two terms and is known widely in' thos groups for his actions in the at vancement of fire protection wor among the volunteer fire com- TO Attend Presbytery Party To Feature Meeting Of Council BLOOMINGTON — A birthda party will be held following meeting of Bloomington Counci Daughters of America, tomorro ivening. Those who will be honored ar Mrs. Ruth Beaver and Miss Lo Ridings. Entertainment will, b provided and refreshments servei' panics. "Known as an excellent speaker, Sen. Bean'is in constant demand before labor, bnsiness, civic, professional, religious, educational, agricultural and political groups." PIEDMONT — The Presbyter of Winchester will be held at M Storm tomorrow at 10 a. m. 0. D Collett will represent Piedmoi Presbyterian Church. ATTENTION - RESIDENTS OF Special This Week 1952 PONTIAC Chieftain Dlx. 2 Door J $995. Green Chev. Co. Phone 200 Froilburg OPEN EVENINGS FROSTBURG • MIDLAND • PIEDMONT KEYSER • LONACONING • McCOOLE BARTON • WESTERNPORT • ROMNEY FORT ASHBY And all other towns along thit route ... we will be in your town every WEDNESDAY to pick up your RUGS and UPHOLSTERY To be cleaned. Please place your call by TUESDAY of each week. For fall house cleaning ... SPECIAL - 9x12 RUGS S4.95 PHONE PA-2-3322 For FREE Call and Delirery South End Cleaners & Dyers 219 VIRGINIA AVE. CUMBERLAND, MD. onference Held )n Application For WVU Hospital CHARLESTON — A conference native Talk Features Club Meeting West Virginia University's ap- lication for federal aid on con- ruction of a 14 million dollar.. _. eaching hospital was held here by Quoda edcral 'and state officials. Meeting in the State Health.Dc- artment were Dr. John-Slack, lairman of the construction com- Mrs, nittee for the WVU medical chool; Paul p.. Bibb, chief of the ealth Department's bureau of Dr. ospitals and medical care," and everal Region 3 officials of the S. Public Health Service. It was explained that the meet- ig involved routine procedure hich is .part of every such appli ation for a federal grant. Last month the State Board of ealth approved allocation of one lillion dollars in federal funds for ic teaching hospital which will be art of 'the new WVU medical chool. However, final details of e application must yet be ap- •oved at the state level and by e U. S. Public Health Service. The discussions included the ahner in which the' allocation ould be broken down among the ategories of federal funds avail- lie under the Hill-Burton Act. Allocations are made for general Dspital construction and, under a ew and separate program, for ursing homes, diagnostic and eatment centers, rehabilitation icilities and chronic disease beds, etails being worked out include he portions of the proposed WVU rant that would fall in these vari- us categories. The university hopes to be .able i let the construction contract for he teaching hospital by next June WVU's plans call for a 400-bed acility at the outset then later nlargement. Hyndnian HYNDMAN—A first aid class, intruded by Mrs. William E. Richrds, ended Friday .night after ight two-hour classes. Examina- ohs were'given to 22 persons. A surprise birthday dinner was iven recently by Mrs. Eileen Mor- art in honor of her husband. Bay- nond Morgart. Present were his mother and grandmother, Linda liller and Gregory Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Temke have noved into their new home on Vater Street. Mrs. Nancy Allen and sons spent le weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F. . Gittlemen, Newark, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beal and Mrs. essie Harden recently visited Mr. nd Mrs. Jack Paupe and Mr. and Irs. George Swanger, Baltimore. Huston Albright has returned ome after a trip to Amarillo, exas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair and amily, New Kensington, Pa., vislt- d Air. and Mrs. William Baetson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leydig, Dun- ansville, Pa., visited his mother, Frs. Catherine Leydig. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wareham nd family. Martinsburg. Pa., »ent the weekend with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Allen. Iso guests at the Allen home were Ir. and Mrs. David Wareham and amily and Katie Wareham. Judy Bowers, John Keller and harles Close, students at Pcnn late University, spent the week- nd with their parents. Mr. and'Mrs. Harvey H. Zeigler eturned home after attending a (invention in Boston. Mrs. H. H. Deancr is visiting her laughter, Mrs. David T. Rces, Bethesda, Md. PARSONS — Dr. 0. D. Lcmberl, .''of Tucker County who is in charge of the archives of West Virginia University, was the speaker ot a recent meeting of the Club, in the Main Street Restaurant. Hostesses were Mrs. W. Y. Morris, Mrs. Emery Thompson Jr., Mrs. Hugh Sliiflet, Mrs, Clifford Linger and Mrs. George Bowley. Miss Louise Williams introduced •. Lambert, who spoke on "Know West Virginia Best." Mrs. Hensel Armentrout presented a selection of piano.solos during the program. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs.- Edwin Hansford, Washington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barb. Charles Penninglon, Hambleton, has accepted employment in Washington. Mrs. Kenneth Poling is a medical patient in Tucker Counly Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Repaire and son and E. N. Repaire, all of Sommerville, N. J., are guests of Mrs. Cecil Stalnaker. Brack D. Carter is a patient in Tucker County Hospital. Mrs. Zella Kite is-confined to her home by illness. Elmer Sturms, St. George, has been named by Gov. William Marland to fill the vacancy on the Tucker County. Department of Pgb- lic Assistance Council. He succeeds Okey Stiles, St. George, whose term expired. Two vacancies still exist on the council. Alex Gibson,. 81, pioneer resident of Hambleton and engineer of the Tucker "County Court House for many years, is a medical patient in St. Mary's Hospital, Clarksburg Mrs. Evelyn Maxwell, San Die_3, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey, Hendricks. ? Mineral Jury Session Set KEYSER—The grand jury for the October term of Mineral County Circuit Court will convene tomorrow at 10 a. m., with the charge to be delivered by. Judge Ernest A. See. Court attaches said a light docket ; s anticipated, only four or five cases being scheduled 'for consideration by the grand jurors. Members of the panel include J. C. McDowell, John S. Wilson, Welton District; Arthur Swadley, C. A. Millar; James Miltenberger. Frankfort District; F.lmer L. Adams, Otis G. Horror, Cabin Run District. G. D. Dick. Roy Parrish. Elk District; W. H. Wolford, Harold Fredlock, Piedmont District; Earl Harman, Baker Lyon, John M. Minnich and W. B. Kesner, New Creek District. Blind Youth Proves Good Land Judger Donald Glover, n 19-year-old dllnd boy from Garret! Counly, has proved a better judge of.land (ban nany boys with perfect sight, ••••Glover, son of Mr. and Mrs.' ' jtiwrcncc Glover who reside on a arm just norm of Northern High"' School on U. S. Route 219 ?t The • ?ovc, participated in the Land Week program at Union Grove- camp grounds last week.' v- When results of 'he land judging* vere announced, Glover ha,, scored^ ligher than 17 and only 23 others"" vith :rfcct sight were ahead of • • > lira. He is not an official member- "' of the high school'land judging.- earn but his teacher, Marvin Cal-''". is, granted permission for him to > participate. Glover lost bis sight six or eight ears ago when a dynamite cap ••> • exploded in his hand. He is a senior at Northern and hopes -10 • enroll at the University of Maryand as a major in agriculture. Committee To Meet PIEDMONT — The canvass co!- ecting committee will meet at iedmont Presbyterian Church tomorrow at 8 p. m. Ionic From Hospital LUKE — Miss KaUierine Craword is home from Memorial llos-' lital, Cumberland. /isited Parents PIEDMONT—William Fredlock, student at Leonard Hall Junior \ T aval School, Leonardlown, Md,, pent the weekend with his par- -. snts, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fredock, Jones Street. School Piny Planned WESTERNPORT-A play produced and directed by Grace Price, of Hie Pittsburgh Children Theatre, will bo presented tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. at Bruce High School for the elementary school children of the area. )inner Meeting PIEDMONT — A dinner meeting f the Soroplimist Club will be held omorrow at 6 p. m. at the DeLuxe Restaurant, Westernport. Plans vill be made to send representa ives to a regional convention in Vashington, November 5-6. 'or Sale: Dressed Capons. Phone Jrantsvillc 7411, Claude Pope. Adv. N.-T. Oct. 15-17. Jndcrgoes Surgery PIEDMONT—Mrs. Charles Hood, 'ones Street, is home from Poto- nac Valley Hospital, Keyser, vhere she underwent surgery. PALACE THEATRE AIR-CONDITIONED Mon. - Tu«. - Wed. William Holdin - Jinnifir Jonti "LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING" LYRIC THEATRE Mon. • Tim. "THIS ISLAND EARTH" THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. FROSTBURG FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS RECEIVED AS TRADE-INS RECONDITIONED - SANITIZED FULLY GUARANTEED 6 CU. FT. CAPACITY FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS Were Up to $129.95 — NOW from $89.95 7 CU. FT. CAPACITY FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS Were Up to $139.95 — NOW from $109.95 ONE 8 CU. FT. FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR Wai $169.95 — NOW $149.95 • USED RANGES AS LOW AS $79.95 ONE MAYTAG WASHER, LIKE NEW, $99.95 ONE HOTPOINT DISH WASHER — USED IN OUR HOME SERVICE KITCHEN, $289.95 A FEW SCHOOL RANGES USED IN HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENTS ALL ARE COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED AND FULLY GUARANTEED ; . ' ' . • ...'•''• THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. ir MOAOWAT, Hoinino PHONI a Visited In Piedmont PIEDMONT — Mrs. Arnold Babb md Mrs. Robert Pattison, Bethesda. Md., visited the former's bro- her and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fredlock, Jones ilreet. Cornell University recently received a "grangerized" copy of a rare Charles Dickens biography from William G. Mennen. Based on a 1769 British tradition, "gran- gerized" means a biography which las blank pages for later pictures and letters to be added after pub- ication. Major railroads of the United Jtates had 467 new locomotive units on order on Aug. 1,1955. One, 'ear ago on the same date only 133 new locomotives were on order. RADIATORS Removed Repaired Recored DON'S Radiator Shop 201 Michonic SI. Froilhuij PHONE 739-R YOUR LAYING HENS will do their best on The Rocco Program Rocco Feeds ol Wt>> Vitginio, Int. MOOREFIELD, W. Va. Phone 85 or 181 LOW COST INSURANCE / FOR CAREFUL DRIVERS ONLY • LOW PREMIUMS • CONTINUOUS POLICY • SEMI-ANNUAl PREMIUMS t PERSONALIZED SERVICE Rock-bouom met—by liming to injure only careful "le« expenrnV driven. Savingi—by iuuinj jmt one "continuous policy" u long » you keep thi lame c«r. Two :3jy.to-budget—paymcntl instead . of one big yearly bill. Service— ),000 agenti and claimi representatives to give you fast fticndly help anywhere you go. It part tt *«ow pur STATE FARM Agtnt JAMES F. DELANEY 51 Ormond St. PHONE 1142 FROSTBURG, MD. R. R, KUYKENDAUL Braddock Road • PArkview 4-1125 CUMBERLAND, MD.

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