FllOSTlt I? IU; - K E Y SEtt Equipment Holdup Delay Bedford School Opening :f (13) ;:]Evening Timw,,; : Wtdne8diyi October )9r 1955 205 StudentsPledged By Greek Letter Units . KEYSER —• Announcement has been,made at,Potomac state Col' lege, that 205 students, 65 women ^nd 149 men,' have accepted bids ™o the three campus sororjties and fraternities following last week's Rush Week activities. .Pledged were: .' ; Kappa Delta. Psi—Joann Anncn- froul, Carol Ashby, Leila Broad- benl, Lora .Jean. Carnell, Winnie Campbell, Elizabeth Cuppelt, Lor- clla Grady, Patricia Hustead, Barbara, Haines,. Marietta Jlairies, Thelma Keys, .Marlene Lantz, Sally Ann Ours, Rosemarie Ras cliella, Lois Mucker, Rebecca Rutin, Mary Virginia. Salario, .Linda Stanhagen, Peggy Smb'ot, Bonnie Talhnan, Jancll Wonders and Betty Jane Wotring. •JEla Upsilon Gamma—Ruth All, ijrances Ann Fike, Frances Marine Fisher, 'Jane E. Hinebaugh, Ann Ncsselrodt.- Janet Phillips and Janet Lee SpikerY ' Sigma lola Chi-Joyce • Bporte, Barbara Bruffey, Palricia Cal- Koun, Karen Clary, Pat Crfoper, Jpan Cove, Donna Dasher, Linda Everhart, Marcella Faris,'Carolyn Ifindley. Francine Garcia, Marjorie Guididas, Rita Kay Haywood, Pat Healy, Carolyn Johnston. Carole Kennedy, Jean Kignt, Nancy Lillen, Marilyn Ludwick, Palsy s'ue'" Meeks, Donna Lou Miller, Frances Mount, Shirley Page. Helen Poland, Do'ris Prysock, Judy Faculty Holds Annual Dinner FROSTBURG-The annual din- rftr of the. faculty of -Beail Elementary School was held a recent evening at Layman's Farm. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Brain, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman, J. Harry' Hanson, Miss Mary Hanson, Miss Mary Eliza -Turner, Miss Athalia Everline, Miss Virginia -Neff, Mrs. Louise Sauder, Mrs. Ursula Baumann, Mrs. Dorothy Beall, Miss Estelle Williams! Mrs. Edith Bender, Mrs. Iva Minnjck, Mrs. Dora McLuckie and James Spitznas. Members of the committee who arranged (he . dinner were Mrs. Edith Bender, Mrs. Iva Minnick, Miss Athalia Everlipe and Roy Pepper. . .. ... Brief Mention Airs. -Myrtle Knieriem is convalescing at- her home on Wesl Main Street following surgery in Sacred • Heart'' Hospital, Cumberland. Her sister, Miss Melissa Glotfelty, R. N., of Washington, is with her. Miss Olive, Wilderman, Centennial Street, and Mrs. Vincent Bol Tibbctls, Ann Turley,: Donna Vogtman, Adricnne Wertz, Ramona Wiles and Joy Wilson. Phi Kappa. Omega-Charles Ak- crs, Samuel-.B/iley, Victor Basilc, Kevin -Bu'rlie,' - Ernest Cass'eday. Elaine Cecil,. William Channel), Ronald -Criartrand; Lawrence -Cos- lelac,;'. Robert:. Crouse^ Donald pilal.. Dickson;' Ralph DunkleJ.Richard Everctl, Jefferson Gales,' Ve'rnon Grapes; William Ray Hartman, Charles Healy. William Keffords, Carl Jewel!, 1 Hugh Jones, Howard Koontz; Charles'Lang, Gary Loy, Joseph Mallaliano, William Maybury. John Mazzic, Eugene Me- Cauley, Kenneth McDonald, Hugo Mcndez, James A. 'Michael, James L. Michael. James Miley, William Mitchell, Cliflou sitiy.er, -Victor Nagie, Ralph Newbank,' Fred Painter, James Council ; ser ; ; TrafficPlan KEYSER—The traffic problem on North. Water Street came in for discussion at the City Council meeting yesterday afternoon. .Water Street'.traffic north of Center is bad for two-way traffic and consideration' was given.. to corroding this' matter. One suggestion considered was to make Water Street one way, south -from Center to Newton 'Street. Traffic northbound could use North Main to Center and thence to Water Street. . ' -• -,.... Sharpless Street traffic was also discussed arid a suggestion is under consideration for providjng [or one way traffic south and parking only on one side-of the Rhodes, Mildred Shepp, Carol lino, Frost Avenue, recent patients Shobc, Mary Ella Srrijlh, Elfrose in Miners Hospital, liave returned to their homes. LaVerne Higgins, 10 Ormoncl Street, is home from Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Helen Adam, RD 2; Ber tha 'Kallmyer. RD-1,- and Carol Hollcnv244 East Main Street, are medical patients'in-Miners Hos- Main Street, .is home : from Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland, following surgery. Her sister, Miss Melissa Glotfelly. Washington, is visiting her. Ml, Savage JIT. SAVAGE—The. Alumni Association of Ml. Savage School will meet today at 8 p. m. at the school. The bnnns of marriage were an- iced Sunday in St. Patrick's Pclitle,; 'Dennis Pope,' Michaeljcatholic Church between' Leslie J Posey, Clyde Prilchett, William Reynolds, Paul Rice, Warren Rich- csiin. William Robert. Wellington Sargent. Thomas Savage, Robert kSaville, Virgil Schmidler, Edwarc Schramm. Donald Scolt, Michae Scoil. Garland Smool,"Paul Som- crvillc, Glenn Straw, Ronald Walker, Richard-Wagoner, James Wallers. Robert Whitmer and H.irr} Yoc. Thot'n' Sigma Chi—Charles Balr Junior Barrick, Wayne Bonner, Paul Clayton. Thomas Collrane, Charles Collins, James E. Conover, Donald Cromer. Thomas Cromcr, Richard Davidson. James Davis, Robert Dayton, Stewarl Durst, John Edmondson. Robert Harmon, William Hartman. Voras llnyncs, Jack Helligas, Kenneth Hinkle, John IJomen. Robert Honser, Lloyd llunter : Keith Inskecp. Thomas Kuhn, Steven Lowe, Thomas Lowry, John Lupis, Keith Maine, Jerome Marsh, Silvio Marlell. Thomas Malady William Mitchell", Marvin Mont gomery. Charles Mowery, Donate Mullctiox, Donald Peters, Clyde D. Petlit, George Podelco, Rich' ard Poland. Russell ^Nottingham, Charles Ravenscroft. Will! a.m Richmond,. Roland Scott, Wesley Shonholtzer. Wallace Shaver. Robert Sirk. William Sirk, James Sutton. Robert Taylor. Eugene Thompson. Robert Twigg, Roberl Vance, .Richard Waddell. Michael Webb and David B. Williams. Phi Sigma Nu — William AH, Robert Alvaro, Alva Cummings, Francis Daniel, James L. Davis, Gary Dayton, Donald Dispanet, Charles Dodson. : Virgil Dyer, Donald Gibson, Harry Harsh. Franklin Henry, Kenneth Inskecp, Waller Johnson, Browne Kooken, Charles Largcnl. Sylvip Mrvyola, Ronald Mears. Clayton Mills., James Mul' Ian. John Prriietti, Roger Pryor, Edward Russell. Roland Sauder, Gary Schiller, James Small, Arnold Smith; '-'-'Virgil Smith, Fret Snyder, Herndon Wilkins, Fred Yeater and Otis Ycalcr. To Settle Estate, 90. West College Ave. Six room inselbric house, storm 1 windows, furnace, balk ideal location. Reduced price for quick sale: -Apply Ifi Beall St. or phone 386W after 5 p. m. Also maj call P.A 4-5786, Cumberland, Adv. Oct. 18-19-20 N-T , LostvGray. fur scarf at 58 West Main; Frostburg, Sunday. Reward return to -above:' address.-' '' Adv.'.f-Oct. .19-21—N-20-21. r. For Sale: 5 room house, bath, gas fired.hot : "water, service. Full 1 basement. Apply James Fiisingcr, Eckhart. . ,", :•',' Adv. T—Oct. 19-N—20. PALACE THEATRE ';-'";,AI« CONDITIONID vy, 1 '. V l«i 0*1 . Wllllem H»U«« • J«n»»«p Jiiwi; "Lov« l« A Many Spitndor*cl Thing" Clarke 'of Lonaconing and Miss Mildred Reagan. Pvl. Robert Welsh, son of James Walsh, Akron, and Mrs. Waller Smith, Baltimore, has completed losic. traiinng.al the Marine Corps rase at Parris Island, S. C. He s a grandson of Mrs. Cora Walsh vilh whom he made his home for a number of years. The Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will sponsor Halloween dance October 27 in SI. Patrick's Hall. Francis Snyder. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Snydcr, has gone to Washington where he will be assigned to basic training in the Capt, Victor Winebrenner re- :urncd lo Aberdeen after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wine irenner. He recently returned from a lour of duty in Korea. Capt. Winebrenner is a son of Mrs Flora Winebrenncr. Mrs. Leona Graham and daugh- !er, Clement Walsh and John Francis Winn returned to Barber on. Ohio, after visiting Mrs. Cora Walsh. Mrs. Grace Bridges returned 'rom Hagerslown where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gallaghe and Mr/ and Mrs. Raymond Fa non are in Hatboro. Pa., visitin Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Green. •BEDFORD—A shortage of teachers desks and the 'installation of (itcheii'equipment are delaying the opening of a new elementary school in the Bedford County, sys- em, school authorities said/ The Manns Choice-Harrison School,' scheduled for completion September 1,-will be ready for occupancy, as soon, as the .desks arrive an'd the kitchen equipment arrives. In the meantime, students are atteiiding the olc! Ma'nns Choice School. •.••.'• The building is one of six grade schools in the system, five of them all or partly new this year, and all but the Manns Choice one already occupied. The others—Snake Spring, Colerain, Cumberland Val- ,ey and Bedford 'South—are in use although some minor work remains to be done. each of the buildings and some of .he original structures -underwent extensive renovation.. The auditorium at Colerain is still not com- jaiiuuK • uiuy UH uiic aiuc vi m«- ... . . . ,, ,. r street Center Street would be P'eted and mstallalion of space two way from Alain to Water heaters here has been he d up s t ree ts.. by.a strike at the manufacturing No action is contemplaled on Lhis'program at the present time, it was staled. Romney Deaf School Plans Homecoming ROMNEY — The West Virginia School for the Deaf will observe its annual homecoming in conjunction with Ihe second quadrennial reunion of the Alumni Association, here, Friday, Saturday' and Sunday. A football game between the local eleven and the team from Ihe Pennsylvania School for the Deaf will feature the program Saturday. A supper and rally wiU follow. During the celebration, movies of the pasl seven homecomings will be shown. Sunday will feature Mrs. 'Myrtle .Knieriem, West class reunions and election of officers. Darius Johnson is alumni president; Charles Marsh, genera! chairman, and Merle D. Sparks, program and publicity chairman. Council Adopts. Resolutions For Halloween Period HYNDMAN — Resolutions concerning the observance of Halloween were adopted at a recent meeting of the Borough Council. The perioU of October 2S-31 was designated as the celebration perjod. with Ihe stipulation 'that junior, high school age group and older. . Children under ten years of age were not placed under restrictions by Council. Council also suggested lhat churches or organizations planning holiday parlies should contact New' 1 additions were erected at cither Burgess .Miller or Chief of Cresaptown CRESAPTOWN — Mrs. James McCusker is home from Memoria Hospital, Cumberland. Mr. and -Mrs. Cecil McKenzic arc visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Yommer, Baltimore. George Hulson returned to Fort Belvoir. Va., after spending the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Brace Hutson. Mrs. James Glover underwent an operation in Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Glover visil- ed relatives in Unionfown, Pa. John Chahey remains ill al his home. George McDonald is a patient at the Allegany County Infirmary. Cumberland.! John E. Rhodes and family. New York, visiled Mr. and Mrs. Leoharf. Stouffer over Ihe weekend. Frank H. Morgan underwent ar operation at Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cutchal; and son visited her mother in Kitzmiller. Mrs.-G. W. Holler is ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beache> and sons visiled Niagara Falls. George Day, Baltimore, visited here over weekend. Mrs. Baxter Day visiled her mother in Harman, W. Va. Mrs. William Wilson and son visiled in Job, W. Va. plant. Installation "of cafeteria equipment and some pieces of furniture will end work at'the new Bedford South School wing. Work is making satisfactory progress at Bedford High School, officials said. That project, involving erection of two large new wings, is the major item -of the 52,888,000 school program now underway in the district and will cost nearly $2,000,000 in itself. Completion of the classroom wing is expected by the mid-January deadline set for it in the plans, and work on the gymnasium wing is being pushed to end a present extreme pinch for classroom space. Before the term began, school officials said the new gymnasium rould be in use by the start of basketball practice. In past yesrs this has been in the second week of November. Whether or not this deadline can be fully met is not known at present The entire project throughout the district suffered a six-weeks setback earlier, this year in a union- school authority -hassle over hiring of non-unionized contractors. Parking Receipts Up KEYSER — Parking meter receipts in Keyser for the week ending last Saturday, were S301.6I). according to City Clerk Carl F. Thciss Jr., who said the previous week's receipts were $293.26. jOVC IVolCS TOKYO (.fi— Russia may be try- ng to woo Japan by sea. Japanese j| police say sealed bottles with mes-' sages to Ihe "dear Hokkaido peo- jle" have been washing up on he shores of Hokkaido, Japan'sj| lOrthern island. [lurd Parly Friday PIEDMONT — A public Hall veen card party, sponsored by 11 ^iedmont Woman's Club, will b icld Friday at the Piedmont L brary. at 8 p. in. Setback and 5U vill be played and refreshment vill be served. For Rent: 3 rooms, private ball entrance, heated. Apply 164 Wes Main, Frostburg. Adv.-Oct.-N-T-18-19 Lost: $20.00 in Polomac Erliso Building, Frostburg. Rewar Phone 231-J. . ' Adv. T-Oct. 19—N-2 Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWIS Concrete Products I Taylor St. r>*ttbur0 PHONE'321 , —HILL TOP INN—i . in TiUvlilin Al In lul For th* Btst of FpOD bring th* family to HILL tOP HOUTI 40 '» MIlH W«ll «l rr " • PMONI 711 WINDOW GLASS Prepare For Winter . . . now if the time to replace that broken window. LEMMERTBROS. PAINT & HARDWARE PHONE 360 • FROSTBURG STOKE HOURS DAILY S - 5 P. M.' SATURDAY I - 9 P. M. Road,, and for Ihe Iheft of three cases of beer, valued at $10.95, and one-ease of beer, valued at $3.50. The breaking and entering occurred last month. John Flanagan was indicted for this affccls all persons from Ihe feloniously anil'maliciously assault- Police Wise. The defacing ol property with either soap or tallow was prohibited, with anyone. found guilty of such action being subject to'a $25 fine. Brief Mention Hampshire Group To Air Construction Of Hospital^ Mineral County Jurors Return Seven True Bills KEYSER —'Seven indictments, six felonies and one misdemeanor, were returned yesterday by Ihe grand jury for the October'term of Mineral County'Circuit Court...-' Oliver W. Houclershcldl. Mayme Jones and Frederick. Harlman. were indicted, on felony counts of 4(i-bcd general hospital, lo be built j entering a warehouse operated.; by John Rokiskey on New. Creek ing Harold W.. Davis in September. . A felony indictment was returned •• against. Richard Matheny, charging he assaulted Jesse- A. Harris. ' Harry Dawson was indicted for felonious and malicious assault on Robert Paugh. Two felony indictments were returned against John W. Stewart for allegedly passing bad checks on Wanda Markle and C. E. Weese Each of. Ihe checks was caste! for 532.18 on the First National Bank of Brunswick, Md. An indictment for a misdemean- HOMNKY—A group of prominent Hampshire. County citizens will meet.with members of the llnmn-i shire County Court at 1 p.nr. Frl- , _, day, to discuss Ihe possible con- /I pri IJ struclion and .organization of a!-*- ^l* * "\Gidld Holds PIEDMONT-Tlic' Wcsleyan Ser- kinglvicc Guild of Trinity Methodist .__ the Church held a tea a recent after- Hall-Burlon Acl. Advisory aid fonnoon in the Young Ladies Bible here. Tentative plans call for federal financial aid under the project has been given by L. D. Schmidt and Son. hospital architects wilh olfjces in Fairmont. . Schmidt has died towns of similar size that have recently constructed hospitals. Kingwobd and Oakland (Md.) were s specifically cited as examples of such, communities in the area. Spokesmen for the plan said doctors were altracted to towns having hospitals, and the planned hospital is expected lo .draw more medical talent to (his county scat. Schmidt, who has wide experience in the field of hospital architecture, stales that nursing has never been a problem in newly- erected hospitals in this area. A full-time genera! surgeon could be obtained for the institution, Elmer "Teck" Green, cliargin" him with a motor vehicle violation. W. Byron. Kcsner, Keyser, was foreman of the grand jury. Judge Ernest A. See presided. Oilier.grand jurors were John S. Wilson. Swndley, C. A. Miller, and John Miltonb'erger. Frankfort District; Elmer L. Adams and Otil G. Bor- IMIUl'l Ij. /lumll.1 auu um vj. ""' ;,., . II T 1 Pk ror. Cabin Run Dislricl: G. C. Dick Stonewall Jackson Draws The Somerset County Firemen's Auxiliary will hold- its annual dinner this evening .at Sipesville. The Hyndman Auxiliary will he represented by 32 members. Baked and unbaked chicken pies rill be sold at the Fire Hall here Friday, October 28. Edward Barncord recently visited his daughter, Mrs. Ben Hall, Chambersburg. Janice Shaffer, Melvin Boor, and Richard Horner spent the weekend at their respective homes. Mrs. Ruth Mason has arrived in Ankra, Turkey, where she will spend an indefinite lima with her son, Capt. Charles Mason. Eugene Evans, Baltimore, spent .-. the weekend at the home of hisjMeeting At Church aunt. Mrs. Harold Sherman, andl PIEDMONT — The Women of grandfather, Howard Pierson. count was returned against Schmidt continued, and the open Class room of Hie church; in of Ihe prospective members. -"• Sirs. Henrietta Kazlo, president of Ihe group, gave a talk on HHe history and purpose of the guild. • Mrs. Virginia Strickler prcsente'd a vocal solo, accompanied by .NViftS Betty Jean Withcrow, who also provided music during (he lca..,,i Miss Marie Clark was receptionist; Mrs. Billie Jane Fleek poured, and Miss Anna Lee Vulherow was in chai'ge of decorations. A color scheme of blue and gold, the guild's colors, were carried out in the (able decorations. . . Refreshment were served ,by Miss Pauline Whiteman, Mrs. Violet Daddysman and Miss Helen Wagoner. staff system would be in effect. Open siaff hospitals, he explained, are (hose giving equal privileges toj all qualified, licensed physicians in Ihe immediate vicinity. Cumberland doctors have stated Welton 'District: Arthur their willingness to aid in every way in helping the proposed hospital get under way. • and Roy Parrish, FJk District; Frank Healy and Garold Fredlock, Piedmont District; Earl Harman, I LEXINGTON'. Va. lit—More than 8,500 persons visiled the "Stonewall" Jackson home here in the Baker I.yon, John M. Minnich, past year—the first year the Con- Claude A. Martin and James H. federate general's home was op- Swadley Sr., all of New Creek District. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Hengsl and son visited relatives in 'Pills- burgh. Mrs. Joyce Brallier spent the weekend at the home of her husband's parents in Everett. Mrs. W. D. Shipley accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Wapanucka. Okla., where they are Piedmont Presbyterian Church will meet at the church today at 7:45 p. m. A program will be presented by* Mrs. Browne Kooken. An executive board meeting \vill be held at 7:15 p. m. Selling out, reduced prices, grocery stock, frigidaire, cooler. and Mrs. Weldon Browning, to and scales. Apply al Shoemakers Grocery, 54 Walnut Street, Graham visiting Mr. Browning's parents Town. and other relatives. j Adv.—N-T Ocl. 19-20-21 gen ned-at a national shrine for a complilff stock of sap- Featuring alt popular makes of equipment. Your Bow and Arrows matched lo suit your re* quirements. GRAYSON'S 2 Piedmont Street Special Offer On KASCO BEATSALL 16% DAIRY FEED OFF 9 N '°°" L8 - BAG $3.00 off pet ion dating Oct. only ROBESON THE KASCO STORE Rtar 1 19 E. Main St. Frostbur PHONE S59-M RCA & ZENITH TELEVISION We Service All Makes Work Guaranteed ' Electric Appliance Co. 19 Union St. Dial 4421 . Lonaconmg : FURNITURE CO. Mexico's population is increas-,1 ing at a rale of about three perl cent a year. For Sale: Six room Circulating j| jas healer. Popular make, Phone Froslburg 716-M. Adv.—Oct. N-T-19-20 MT, CITY ROLLER RINK Skating Wed. • Fri. • Sat. Nights For Skating Parties Phone Fbg.438-J Fresh |l Flowers ^ r/ from the ^Greenhouse Harvey's OI!KNHOUSE t Main St. Frotlburg Priori. 166 Optn 8:30 o.m. (o 5 p.m. Doily Chstd All Dux Sunday Anniversary Savings 34 To show our appreciation for your patronage, FOOTERS offers you these low, low prices for a limited tinit only. PANTS SKIRTS"- ^-L. ^ SWEATERS"" ^"V C Cleaned and > Smartly Finished Harry FOOTER & Co. -CLEANERS- Theie Special Prices effect!?* at oil our stores in Cumberland, LaValt, Frostburg, Keyser and Piedmont. , Fait, dry cleaning itmce on* request . . . No Extra Charge! •'' . !.' '' . -. 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