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And Trii§iatc Area News (14) Evening Times, Tuesday, October 18, 1955 Hardy County Sets First J . !. * Annual Turkey Festival a<JlOOREFIELD — The Mathias Bjlritan Club will sponsor (he first annual Hardy County, Turkey Festival on November 26. '.Preliminary plans call for a Shooting ma|,ch-:Jn (he afternoon, a turkey dinner in : ;the -.evening and the crowning ',of. a gueeh and other entertainment -at , night. . -.' ''The .festival is being started bo- caiisV more turkeys are being raised in and around Mathias than ariy'o(her section of West Virginia. ^•.Officers : - were elected, at., the meeting for the coming' year. They are Ellwood May, president;, Freel Snipe, vice president;-- Arnold Strawderman,- . secretary; Harold pelawder, treasurer, arid George & Mathias, director: .i ; TTeri delegates were 1 - selected to attend . the 'district convention on November 7 ; at-CircleyiIle._ The new 1 officers were"." 'automatically Elected and three 'members of the ub, ..; members of .- the Mathias uartet, -are scheduled to sing at d Q th ie convention. . . Plans were also made to sponsor a Hallowe'en parly for the school children. . ' v Brief Mention Mrs. Eslclla M. Alt underwent 'Sh operation recently in Memoria' •Sospital,-Winchester. • ' . '' ( Mrs. Charles Williams is visiting . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parry anc .family in'Alexandria, Va. ,K Lawson Wolfe, sustained-a brok- ,'c; ankle at the-home of his sister Mrs. William A. Kuykendall, lasl Sunday. . ••• . -,vMr. and Mrs. Clay.Post, Peters burg, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard ifielt visited in Charlottesville, Va - -.Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hamilton am ^family recently visited relatives a' ?Middleburne. ^ ! Terry'Thomas, six-weeks-old son •of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -Thomas underwent .an operation in 'th -Rockingham Memorial Hospital Harrisonburg, Va., las.t Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker Jr. Jersey City, N. J., visited Mrs ^Karl McNeill. . . •: : ' Mr!, and Mrs: C. G./King. Mr and Mrs. Vernon Sites and daugh tcr, Brehda, allended the King re 'union in Fairmont last Sunday. • Mr. anc/. Mrs. Carl Baldwin and 'Mrs. Geraldine Baldwin and daugh jlcr, Baltimore, visited relatives *hcre. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas iRomney, .visiled Mr. and Mrs JPnrsey Thomas. i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, |! -ach City, Ohio, and Mrs. Isaac 'I -ith, Philadelphia, are visiting f) -. and Mrs. Jasper Bradfield. « 'Irs. Larry Snoots, Baltimore, \i -J Mr. and" Mrs. Mack'.Smith-and i ;.ildren, Washington, visiled -'/Mr". [and Mrs. William KuykendalK i Recent guesls at the home of JMr. and Mrs. W. S. Funkhouser i were Mr. and Mrs. Howard. Git' ford, and family, .Niles, Ohio; Wil iliam Bradfield;'.Washington; Mr 'and Mrs. John Morris and child | rcn, Alexandria, Va., and Mr. and 'Mrs. Arlie Funk and Dixie Lee. i Keyser PTA JToMeetToday ! KEYSER —The Parent-Teache: ' Association of Keyser will conduc I its first meeting this evening in i the Keyser High School auditorium _New officers receh'Uy'elccted fo ,.'th'e coming year,'will'be instate by the outgoing president, W. E Michael. Mrs. Ross Prysock wil be installed as president, .Paul h erson, vice president, and Mrs Charles Maine, secretary-irea'surei A new plan has been .inaugural ed by the execuliye council of Ih associalion. PTA meelings will be gin at 7:30 p. in. but the firsl hal hour, from 7:30 lo 8 p. m., will h called "classroom visitations." The teachers will spend the lira in their class rooms, and the PT. hopes that parenls will avail then selves of this opportunity to nice and know their children's teacl ers. The "classroom visilation per iod," is not to be confused with th Open House held each year, spokesman said. Open House thi year will be held on Thursday November 10, when the PTA hope there will be a good representa live attendance of parents. Sorority Plans Annual Program KEYSER—Plans are being mad by members of loa Pi Chapter, Ta Phi • Lambda Sorority, Keyser, fo the celebration of Founders' Da at which time a dinner will be th feature of the observance. Mary E. .Carpenter is chairma of the committee in charge of th dinner. The plans were initialed a recent meeting of the sorority a the home of Frances Hartman. Films were shown on activiti' of other meetings held recenl and slides of scenes taken in Col rado under supervision of Mai Rotruck and Frances Hartman. Refreshments'-were served. • Vacationing In Florida PIEDMONT — Mr. - and Mr Tracy Whitworth, Ashficld Strcc and Mr. sad Mrs. Roy Mulled Weste'rnport, arc vacationing' Florida. • ' ' ' '" Council Gives 'ayrollOkeh Frostburg Officials Plan New Ordinance FROSTBURG — The regular ses- m of the Mayor, and City Council as held last night and approval as given for the semi-monthly yrolL George Franklin Martens, water d light commissioners, was in- ructed to attend a meeting of the iristmas Tree Growers Associa- n in Oakland, October 29, in co- eration with the Garrett County irestry Conservalion Board. Florian Nickel, fire chief, asked rmission of John R. Hendley, reel commissioner, to use a man aid in making an annual check fire plugs in the city. The council also issued a procla- alion for Ihe lenlh birthday o: e United Nations on October 24, The group voted to instruct Ed ard J. Byan, city attorney, to cpare an ordinance covering the ty parking lot on West Mechanic reel, limilirig free parking lo Iwo lurs. Violators will have tickets sued with a fine of $1. Hyan was also instructed to add the ordinance that traffic in flu arking lot would be one way, the ntrance from the alley between rmond and Mechanic slreels am e exit on Mechanic Street.' A special meeting will be heli ext Monday night to open bids on e paving -and .blacktopping epol Street. onuconing Boy 7 etedAt Parly LONACONING-Mr. and Mrs ohn Dicken, -East Main. Street ecentiy honored their "son, Terry ith-a party on his seventh birth ay at Ihe VFW Home.. Attending were Barbara Ann adley, Susan Steiding, Marvin rcen,- Karen Zargcr, Gary a'rsh, Dallas and Mary Virginic urs, John Lease, Rebecca Bol ard, Donna Thomas, Mitzi Hyde ilien Moffatl, Joseph Inskeep ary E. Keyes, Carol Murphy anice Gardner,, Naey Milford arbara Slaup, Jennie Robertson ay Green, Mrs. Leo Nolan ant rs. Mildred Hyde. reu Nurses Attend esl Virginia Confab KEYSER — Several area nurses tended the 48lh annual slab urses convention -last week in arkersburg. Mrs. Henrietta K.- Allen, publl ealth nurse for Keyser, was a elegale to the convention. Olhe elegates attending from Ihis area ere Miss Ann Ilenshaw Gardiner rector of Nursing Education a ings Daughters and City Hos tals, Martinsburg, and Miss Anr ucas, president of District 6. Nurses attended -from Keyser iedmont, and Fort Ashby. Mis ladys Garsl, president ' of th test Virginia State .Nurses Asso iation, was Ihe main speaker. liss Sherman Addresses 'rostbnrg Rolary Club FROSTBURG — Miss Ruth i iierman, supervising teacher ic Second Grade of the Colleg aboralory School, spoke at iceting of the Frostburg Rotar lub last evening in the Zio Evangelical and Reformed Church Miss Sherman is author of th pok, "Sharing And Planning," n ently published by the Expositio 'ress of New York. She explained how modern edu ation changes of methods promp d her to write this book. Tourist Injured In fesling Whisky Proof NOGALES, Mexico lift-An Ame can tourist, came into a liqui tore in jhis border town and/ash he proprietor to show some of h vares. He.brought out some bottles,-ai she asked if they were really-li iroof. as the label said. "Test it, ie said. The woman held a.match to tl neck of the bottle. She went to tl lospital with 'severe burns. • lorscs, Horses, Horses DALLAS, Tex. Ifl—One of Dalla prize sea horses has given birth more than 300 "colls", at t Aquarium. ' • Apartment for Hent: 3 room bath, private. Heat and • wal furnished. 2 adults preferred. Ca 358-J. AdV.'Ocl. T-18-N-19 . Group Plan* Party MIDLAND - Lactta Council C Degree of., Pocnhonlns, will me Thursday al 7:30 p.m. at the Re C Men's Hall. A masquerade parly will be featured, nnd refreshments jlll be served, 1 ucker School \attle Ends; indents Back DAVIS—The two-week rage be- een parents of students attend» Thomas High School and the ckcr County Board of Education ded this morning. Stelman Harper,' .superintended Tucker County schools,.said this orning that all children from avis have returned to the Thoas School, and'that the 79 stunts attending Davis School from omas reported for classes. The decision to return was made lowing a meeting last night of rents and the Board of Educa m. The board rejected a plea ol e citizens of Davis and Dry Fork strict to return the high school Davis. _I. P. Shores, Keyser attorney, presented the parents, and ad sed Ihem after-Ihe meeling tha ! erything had been done Ih'at was ssible, and they should comply th the law to avoid arrest ant osecution. He told them they ould see that'their children re rn to school. Harper said today the-charges 11 not be preferred against the rents, and that the studenls wil allowed to return and start work here Ihey : left off wilhout any nalties. At the request of several inter ted citizens in Ihe conlrcversy lich had raged for Iwo weeks e Board of Education mel lecial session yeslerday after jon. A group of 30 citizens froir avis, Dry Fork and Thomas al nded the meeting. Some favorei e action of the board but the ajority opposed il. The dispute resulted when, the oard of Education at the begin of the present school term egan transporting by bus, 76 stu :nls who formerly allended Davi: igh School, to Thomas, th'rei iles away, where they were in trated into exisling classes o e Thomas High School. At the same lime, the Board b ducation began transporting b; us, 79 former Thomas Junior Hlg: :hool-sludents who were infiltrate! to Junior High School classes a avis. Thus, Davis lost its higl hool and Thomas lost its junio gh school. . • Davis, the first community ti a high school- in Tucke oiinty, made various efforts ti ive Ihe'order of the Board b ducalion rescinded. About twc eeks ago, some 35 Davis high hool. students, joined by abou n equal number of junior higl udents began picketing the Davis hool building in protest. Legal action was threatened anc tices were served on the parents the absent children. Public eetings were held. A pelition was rculatcd. At yesterday's special session Ibert P. Smith, a Davis business an presented the board with a etition asking that the order he scinded and the schools returnei their former status. The petilion we some 499 signalures from Ihe avis and Dry Fork districl. H. P. Shores, Keyser allorney ilained by the petitioners, spok behalf of the town of Davis am cged the school officials to rescin eir action, several citizens als rged the board to reconsider ome citizens .from Thomas and w from Davis told the board t the'action stand. . Following the lengthy hearing lie board went inlo executive ses qn. It was reliablj reported tha ie president asked for a motio i rescind the action, but none wa irlhcoming. The board discusse ie queslion for about half a our and then decided to let th riginal order stand. The boar so announced that it intends nforce the school attendance law the county. Smith last night said that man eople are opposed to the presen tan, and some, who have no. d ect or personal interest, are op osed to the plan because of th iclhod used by Ihe school boar n bringing it aboul He noled lha n olher counlies in and oul of th ;ale. similar mergers have take lace, bul in most instances, pul c hearings wer; first held, an eople were informed of Ihe ben ts, advantages or the reasons in olved. . Smilh .said he had talked wit ome 35 or 40 parents since th neetinff yesterday afternoon an advised them to pul their childre lack in.school. lood Project Vears Finish ntri-Towns PIEDMONT^— ....Mayor Rodney aker announced at.a meeting of e Mayor ."and Council last night al it will".take,''approximately Fee weeks 'to complete dredging the Potomac. River.-.',. .' Mayor Baker, said that $548.72 is already been-expended for the odd control project, and the. re- aining work will cost another 80. In addition to Ihese costs,, the e\ver at the lower end of Water reel will -have lo be repaired at cosl of several hundred dollars, id necessary repairs lo the flood alls will run considerable more, iayor Baker said: ; : The Piedmont Woman's Club has olunteered lo conducl a lurid rais- ig drive to help-pay for the pro- ecf. The town has already're- eivcd ?656 toward the project. . Mayor-Baker said dredging the ver will lower the channel three f four feet and a number of trees long the side of the flood wal ave been cut down so thai debris ill not lodge againsl Ihem. Sunday and Monday - nighls, ctober 30 and 31, has been desig- aled as "Trick or Treal Nights y the Council. The town officials sk'lliat treats be given to Ihe oungslers only on the nights sug- esled as. the children have .been arrying the program for .too long period and are becoming annoy- ig to Ihe people. Mayor Baker reporled that the nen iCollecting garbage have been isti-ucted not to pick up any gar age at any place where there IE ot a garbage card displayed. The mayor warned that persons found utting garbage on another per on's property will be tried am :ned. A total of 307 persons have ecured garbage '.cards for- the "lird quarter. It was ordered lhal new head ghts be 'placed on the Tri-Towns 'ire Company Iruck, the work li e done al Reeves Auto Parts. The ouncil also ordered that the worl n the streets having holes in then ie patched. Mayor Baker reporled thai em iloyes of the street departmen iave begun work ot cleaning up he tract of land recently pur has'ed .from Western Marylam Railway Company. -It will be used or a parking lot. ^rites-Wolfe Wedding Told MOOREFIELD — Miss Clarcii Volfe, daughter of Mrs. Sadii 'olfe, recently became the bridt f John Crites, son of Mr. and Mrs ohn Crites. The wedding was performed on ctober 1 in Cumberland by Rev L M. Amoss. The bride was graduated from loorefield High School and West irginia School of Beauty Cullure larlinsburg. She is employed in Vinchesler. The bridegroom was raduated from Franklin Higl chool and served two years in lh( \rmy. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs illen Wolfe, -Mrs. John Criles am Irs. Elva Smilh. A Ihree liered wedding cake wa erved al a wedding dinner. GuesU vere Mr. and Mrs. Mason Wolfe •fcedmore, Mr. and Mrs. James A Volfe, Winchesfer, Va.; Mr. am Irs. Lawson A. Wolfe, Cumber and, Md.; Lew Carpenler, Wes Union; Mrs. Adeline Wolfe, Mrs Sadie Wolfe, Frank Wolfe, Mr. an Mrs. John Criles, Mr. and Mrs Villiam Kuykendall and daughter Villis and Betty Wolfe, Mrs. Glean dy Shumaker and Mr. and Mrs Allen Wolfe and children. Admitted To Hospital FROSTBURG—Rosie Femi, R is a-medical patient at Mine lospital. " Jndergoes Operation FROSTBURG — John' Braskej rantsville, is a surgical patien at Miners Hospital. Attend Celebration FROSTBURG — Mrs. Earl Ste phenson and.daughler, Ballimore llrs. Gerlrude Cunningham Ailing on, Va., and Peter Allen, Doyls ion, Ohio, have returned after a :ending the fiftieth wedding ann versary" celebration Sunday of M iri'd Mrs. Thomas Cunningham tthlman; Auxiliary Plans Party FROSTBURG—The auxiliary j'OE. 1273 will hold a buck part Saturday, 'from 8 p. m. to 12 mic night .in the club room. Tickef may be purchased from any auxi iary.member, or at the door. 'For Sale: 6 piece bedroom suil in good'condition, $75.00; one met. bed/$5.00; 270 Welsh Hill,' Phon Frostburg 573-J. •„-.-.• Adv.-6ct. N-T-18 . • ' GUARDIAN ANGEL? ; \.You con.-inside each lovely .Columbia "Tru-Fit" Diamond jUngl, With..0 tec ihe keeps your ting lilting 'uptight, in "',".-'. proud display oil.the lime-il can'l Iwist, . • turn or'tlip. Because ihe'i lti«r«, your pre.cioui .Columbia ''Tru-Fit 1 '! iith* only diomond ring • ' .' you co'n.wcot with.complete-'iecurily'always.. . Com« in ond Ke our superb'wllecliofi, . .'•. . V ','. $59.501 To'$300.00 JEFFRIES BROS JEWELERS Broadway Frostburg CANDIDATES TOUR CAMPUS-Above are the three candidates for -Homceoming : Queen at. Potomac Slate College, Keyser. The student body of the college will select the queen during an election tomorrow, the queen will be honored al halftimc ceremonies of the homecoming football game Saturday afternoon. The candi- dates, left to right,' are Sue Thayer, Arlington, Va; : Sharon Goudy; Parkersburg, arid Janice Mills, Keyser. Seated in the 'front are. the escorts for the candidates. They are, left to right, Edward Buckbee, William Orndorff'and .Stanley Mabec. The .candidates have been making tours of he campus. ShortCourses ToBeOffered University MORGANTOWN—the first of'a eries of-short courses for high chool:graduates and other, adults nterested in better farming and omemaking methods will be of- ered this winter by the West Virinia College of Agriculture, For- stry & Home Economics, it was nnounced • today.. .. . , The University Council of Ad- ministrition, comprising deans and irectors of the institution's col- eges and schools and other admin- strative officers, has approved the ffering of'-two courses in home conomics.. and Uvd in agriculture uring the four-week period, Feb. -March 2. -1956. ' Designed to give practical train ng. in specific agricultural and omemaking fields to those unable ) spend 'four years working to- '3rd a degree, the offerings are he result of study and planning y the teaching, extension and re- earch staffs of the College of Agriculture. Courses to be offered in the pro;ram follow: "The Child and thn Home," each Wednesday noon through Friday. "Meat Management," each Monay through Wednesday noon. ' "Farm and Home Planning." ach Monday through Wednesday oon. "Feeding and Management of 'airy Cattle," each Wednesday oon through Friday. Emphasis in the courses will be laced • upon..the /.presentation"-of ractieal material in an interest- ng, understandable nianner. Cer- ficatesgwill be granted studenls alisfactorily completing the work. Also approved by the council was stablishment of . the Pershing lifles, an honorary society for [OTC cadets on -the campus and je addition of four courses to the fferings of -the University School f Music. Potomac State Getting Ready For Homecoming Activities •{iwaiiis Observe Vewspaper Week KEYSER—The ' Keyser Kiwanis Club observed National Newspaper Veek at its meeting last week al Hrst Methodist Church. David T. Prysock, junior at Keyser High School, discussed the du ies of a paperboy. He spoke of the hardships endured by a carrier during.bad weather, and how car -ying papers helps a boy to learn he value of money. Four members of the Petersburg Kiwanis Club were guests. They vere Thomas Sites, Earl Bush, Ga en Duling and Neil Frye. The local club was invited to participate'in the 18th anniversary irogram of the ; Petersburg Club :his Friday. To Settle Estate, 90, West Col lege Ave. Six room inselbric house storm windows, furnace, bath idoal Jocation.' Good terms fo quick sale. Apply 16 Beall St. or phone 386W after 5 p. m. Also may call PA'.'4-5786, Cumberland. Adiv Oct. 18-19-20 N-T KEYSER — The Potomac State College campus is alive with activ- ty in preparation of the annual lomecoming activities Saturday ,nd Sunday. The Agriculture Club is busy juilding a pit for the chicken bar- iccue to be jointly sponsored by he cUib and the Home Economics Club. ;0ther groups are. making ireparations for a parade, football .jame and dance, and fraternity and sorority groups have begun a campaign-to elect the Homccom- ng Queen, '. "Miss Catamount XVII."^ '.'.... Three sophomore women are competing for the queen honor to be selected .by.the student body n a campus-wide election tomorrow. Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity the sponsoring group. Fraternities have listed their candidates as follows: Theta Sigma Chi, Miss Sharon loudy; Phi Sigma Nu, Miss Janice Mills, and Phi Kappa Omega, Miss lue Thayer. • Miss Goudy.-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : Burdette Goudy, Parkers- mrg, is a general secretarial science major. . She is a member of Singers and is secretary of Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority. Miss Millsr daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Mills, Keyser, is pres- dent of Sigma lota Chi Sorority, md has membership in Sigma Phi Omega Honor Society, Pan-Hellen- c Council and the Home Econom cs Club. She is a home economics major. - - -.. .- : , Miss Thayer, daughter of.Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Thayer, Arlington. Va., is an arts and sciences major, vice president of Kappa Delta Psi Sorority, a member of Sigma Phi Omega Honor Society, business nanagcr of the Yearbook, nnd.is an ROTC sponsor. The name of the queen will be announced Saturday morning. She will appear in the homecoming parade Saturday, and will bo presented at halflime of the football game. The queen will also be iionored as on honorary lieutenanl colonel by the ROTC, and will lead the grand march at the Homecoming Ball. lomemakers Slate Event Midland Club Sets 'Achievement Day' MIDLAND—The annual Achieve- lent Day program of the Midland lomemakcrs Club will be conduct- d'tomorrow at T:30'p. m., at the ed Men's Hall. .Mrs.. Pearl Blair will preside. Irs. Blair said all members have een asked to bring articles made uring the year to be exhibited. A candy sale will be held follow- ng the meeting. . ' Brief Mention A social and games parly will e held for .tlie benefit of St. Joeph's Catholic Church tomorrow vening in the Fire Hall. Mrs. June Sigler and 'children ave moved to Moorefield, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Canty, Washington, visited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Clise anc on returned to Washington after isiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beavers, Washington, visited Mrs. Frederick EXECUTOR'S NOTICE .THIS.IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the ibscriber has obtained Irom (he Or- rtnn's Court of AltpRnny County, Maryand, letters Testamentary on:the estate t Cecelia Mullnney late ol rAIlcssny] aunty, Maryland, clceeaaed. All persons ivlng claims against the deceased . arc 'reby warned to exhibit the same, with e vouchers'thcrcol duly authenticated, 0 the subscriber on or before the 14lh ay of April, 1936. They .may oUienil»e y law be excluded from ail benefit of said estate. All persons Knowing selves Indebted to said CAlate arc eiiucstcd to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 14th day of ctober, 195S. Charles Francis Mullancy, Kxecutor, Box 450, .Ml. SJvnse, Md. dv. T-Oet. ie-75-Nov. 1-B Church Guild Plans Card Parly Nov. 10 WESTERNPOHT—A public card party, sponsored by the St. James build, wil! be held in the Parish Hall on Thursday, November 10. Plans for. the affair were made at a recent meeting of the Guile at the home of Mrs. John Di Luke. Pile Torture Soothed in Few Minutei Act now for fast relief from lor lure of piles. Don't wait another day. Apply Peterson's Ointment at once. This cooling, soothing, astrin gent formula has given joyful relic to thousands for 40 years. Relieves itching quickly. All druggists, box Sic, or applicator tube 75c. Peter son's Ointment delights or money back. Advertisemen Anniversary Sayings To show our oppreciotion for your patronage, FOOTERS offers you these low, low prices for a limited time only. PANTS SKIRTS-SWEATERS- , Cleaned and Smartly Finished' 34 Harry FOOTER & Co U -CLEANERS- These .Special Prices effective ot all our itorti in Cumberland, LaValc,' Froitburg, Ktyier and Pied-' Fast, "dry'cleaning service on request . . . No Extra Charge!.•'/-'•' . ' .'"•'-. Dress SHIRTS Laundered Hand Finished and indivV dually Cellophane Wrapped. Try us . , , you will be as pleased as y*ur neighbors feycrs. Mrs. Jennie Fair is ill at her OLDTOWN -^":S«Vcr.ar acUjStles iave been scheduled for'tho annual Autumn Festival 'at Q)dtowri< High School this" Thursday^, and Friday. The events will be'cpnductcd dally from? until U.p.-'ra,''-'-"Y .; . • Thursday evening a queen contest will be held with 12 girls competing- for the. honor, 'of ''Autumn jueen;" ' Each' 'girl will;display some'talent.on a parl.of;jhe. v prc^ gram, as well as review an.iht<al sting phase of ke'r life'::-Mi™!''Col- ,een B.'Nelson'will interview' the candidates. • .• • -fi\ >.'•'!• .Judges will be-'-Mrs.. Liicile Roeder, Mrs. Sara L6ar ; and Bob- erl Collins, all .of Cumberlandy The queen will be..crowneUYal 9 p. m; .on Friday, by ^lrs A !.T.i\elma Jook, president of the pldtowh Parent-Teacher Association//'' - 1 Following the' coronation'> dx'on. ciscs, Hie Sleckmah Dance Studio of Curiiberland 'will provide•several novelty numbers under 'the direction of Mary Catherine Sleckman. There will be' ho admission ; fee and the public is-invited to.'attend lie activities. .• :•. ,"- •'• Slicclcy Appointed' .. ,; Street Coiniiiissinncr ; " LONACONING - Frederick'.H. Sheeley, recently, .elected'"'16 :w Ihe [own 'council, has been/ appointed ;treet commissioner . by' Mayor Virgil Alexander., ..... .:., Sheeley was hamed commissioner "of streets.and.'.roads',''"and after last night's meeting -"was shown about the city property and briefed on records by. the. njayor md Town Clerk Robert Thomas, Return To Keyser i KEYSER^-Mf. • and ;.Mrs.',;Ted Kesner, 63 South WalcrStreet,.re- turned after visiting :• friendj in Pendleton County.. •.-.'..:-•.. For Rent: 3 rooms, private'b'ath, entrance, Heated. 'Apply 164' West Main, Froslburg. ' ' -• Adv.-Ocl.-N-T-18-19 •;''','......'. "' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, ;That ttt subscriber hfl! obtained from th« Orphan's Court of AHegany County, Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate ol Clara V. KenMy.lale ol .Ai>- Ksny County, Maryland," deceased. All persons having claims ajainil. the ' deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof : duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or,before the 14th day of April,.UJtV.,They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit nf the said estate. • All PCI«OM knowlnK themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate P *Given under my hand this llth day ol October, 1955. Karl E. Mantes;' Attorney at Law;, Administrator, S. Liberty Street! Cumberland, Md. Adv. T-Oct, IS-a-Xov. !•» AnMlXlSTItATOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the nbseriber has obtained from the Orhan's Court of Allcfiany County, Mary- ind, letters of Administration on the state of Elmer Kallmyer late of Aiie- ny County, 'Maryland, deceased. All rsons having claims against the eccased are hereby warned to exhibit lame, with the vouchers thereof duly uthcnticated, to the subsciilwr on or before the 7th day of April, 1956. They nay otherwise by law be excluded froi ill benefit of the said . estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to tld estate are requested to make nmediatc payment. Given under my hand this 7th day of October, 1955. EDWARD J. RYAN Administrator LlbcrtyTrUst Building Cumberland. Maryland \Av. Oct. T—11-18-25 Nov. 1 Don't wait until Q, you've had a loss to ask .'-. ."• "AM I COVERED?'! HOLBEN AGENCY PHONE 63-J ' FBOSTBURG '•All-FORMS OF INSURANC6 •' PALACE THEATRE AIR CONDIIIONEO .' ' Iu.t. - W«d. ' > William Koldin - Jennifer jont« "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" LYRIC THEATRE latt Doy • "THIS ISLAND EARTH" THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. FROSTBURG FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS RECEIVED AS TRADE-INS i; RECONDITIONED - SANITIZED '.''.:• FULLY GUARANTEED 6 CU. FT. CAPACITY FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS,' Were Up to $129.95 — NOW from $8?,95 ; ,^vi' 7 cu. FT. CAPACITY FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS , Were Up to $139.95 — NOW from $109.95 .; •; ONE 8 CU. FT. FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR -, •'• Wo« $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. 17 MOADWAY, 'monwia ' • • •• "•rtiotls'lJ.'" •' . •- -S'r'n

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