Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 25
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 25

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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F It OS Til U KG - K E X §> E H Department Head To Speafon T r i - &«W«"e Are o^N e wi» : V(25) Evening Times, Thursday, October 20, 1955 Potomac Slate Readies For Homecoming Events '•\ .': ••...••'.- ~ • " , Hampshire Agent Cited For Service AtPfational Meet MORGANTOWN-Maxine Ripley NU frateVnitV'presWtog:"The proved the recommendat'ion of Police Strotheiv home demonstration gj. am ' w m consist of school Bongs, Commission Ray L.' Wilt at the agent : in 'Hampshire County, was honored . for distinguished ..service during the annual meeting of <he f rom . t ne opposing team. Coach National • Home ' Demonstration Agents Association.. . The announcement was made by Gertrude C. Humphreys, . slate Dana G. Lough will, be speaker. Th'c Circle K Club will sponsor a homecoming parade, which will loader in, home .-demonstration i cave the campus at 12:15 p.m. work, West Virginia University. Mrs..Strolher is- a past president of the- West. Virginia Wonien Extension Workers. Association. The distinguished service' certificates were ; presented at. :a luncheon which .climaxed the .annual meeting of the association. Mrs. Strother .began her Extension career'as a home demonstration agent in Hampshire County in 1940, and has , held the position since that time. She has carried on an. outstanding program for Saturday. Several area high school pany employee. in her county. She attended Salem College and West Virginia Univer- ' sity where.'she- received a degree in home economics. B.S. Wanted: Housekeeper. Apply 114 Grant Street, Phone 535-R, Frost burg... •",•'' Adv. T-Oct. 20. N-Oci. 21 ' ^ ' " 10 Hoy- world's smallest 23 jewel walch fashioned in diamonds • ABUZE WITH DIAMONDS • 23 JEWELS • SIX PRECISION ADJUSTMENTS • LIFETIME UNBREAKABLE MAINSPRING The Sparkling New Look in Diamond Watches from ?59.50 to $150.00 Hosken Jewelry Phone 473 Frostburg Open Sat. til 9 P. M. KEYSER - Potomac Slate College is preparing to welcome former students over the weekend Guy. Wood Street, will succeed lien the annual homecoming will Janies Wilkinson Jr., as' a police officer of Westernport. Wilkinson has resigned, effective Sunday. The appointment • of - Guy be observed on the campus. A "thuse" will touch oft the tivities Friday at .7 p.m. with Stanley Mabee, president of Phi Sigma probationary 90-day • period. follow' dicers and .the traditional ceremony of .burning the "dummy" the Michael. Wilkinson will bands and civic' organizations, as well as campus groups, will participate in the parade, going through downtown Keyser. Kick-off time for the. football game, with the Potomac State Catamounts Montgomery clashing Junior with the Colleg Knights at Slayman Field, is at 2 p.m. • • . Half-time ceremonies honoring the Homecoming Queen, Miss Catamount XVII, will be directed .by farm women's'clubs and' 4-H'ers the .ROTC'.department, and will consist of special drills and the presentation of arms to.the queen. From 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., the :iome Economics Department and the Agriculture Club of the college, will sponsor a chicken barbecue at (he college farm.. The menu wtatoes, salad, apple sauce and a jeverage. Tickets may be obtain:d on the campus, at the Rose- monl Restaurant or at the ba'r- >ecue. :' "The Mid-Knighlers, orchestra from Thomas, will Furnish music for the Homecoming Ball, which s being sponsored by the Student Council from 9 p.m. to midnight in the College gymnasium. Thcta Sigma Chi Fralcrhity will be .in charge of intermission ceremonies honoring the queen, who was elected in a campus-wide election yes : te'rday. Student. Council commillees are: Tickets, Carole Sue Ashby, William Orndorff and. David G. Nuzum; Student Council sponsor; posters. .David Mason; Stayman Field, David Williams, Keilh Inskeep and Thomas Melody, and decorations, Ida Frances Ward, Shirley McLucas, Cosa Ann Thompson. Sue Schoppcrt, and Janice Mills. Roger Parker and Janies Pyle will bo in charge of lhe band stand. Campus decorations will be provided by the residence halls personnel/assisted by fraternities and sororities. Visitors to the campus may register Saturday from 'io a.m. .to noon in the Student Center. Town Officer lilted At Westerripprt WESTERNPORT i--Gerald E meeting of the Town Council las night. • Harry Richards presidet in the absence of Mayor Okey E, return to' the street department as requested in lis resignation. Guy. is a .former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com- The application of John E. Cogley; Simmons •. Apartment,' was, works as an extra police-officer, was also read- by-Mrs.. Katherine Bailey, city clerk but no action was taken on it. According to a letter written to Mayor Okey'E. Michael,, the State health Department recommends hat an experienced engineer study .he area in the-rear of Jake's Service Station for' selecting locations for ' sanitary sewers and storm drains in order that-money expended would be in the direction of a comprehensive system and could be utilized iri 'the future for ocating a sewage.treatment plant. The letter, from George L. Hal!, SalUmore,. chief division . of sani- iary engineering, also stated that ... ...,., ;, , IGIJ' KugificciuiK, diau oiaicu mat wil consist of chicken, scalloped Dr . win(er n. frantz, deputy, state •— • icalth officer of Allegany County, had written iri the interest ;of securing a permit for .Westernport to construct 600 feet of 48-inch drain jipe in a drainage area to the rear of the Wilson property.- A survey is being made by the engineers of a Harrisburg, Pa.. inn for a sewer from the site of he proposed filtration plant on Veslernport Hill to a sewer on one of the lower streets on the hill. The sewer is .to carry tie refuse rom the filtration~plant: The application form for. permits o* comply with the excavation ordinance recently enacted was read >y the city clerk. The ordinance provides that any one tearing up the streets for any Hirpose 'must put the street back n the condition it was before. The application permit was prepared >y Maurice Brundige, street commissioner. [lourl Clerk Issues 2,350 Came Licenses KEYSER—Hunting and fishing licenses have been issued to 2,350 persons by the Mineral County :ircuit Court clerk. The open- ng-of the season for wild turkeys, inn 111 LIIU oiuuuiu ^Ljuer. • , ff , s j Alumni Association officers are ? qi "" c ' . ™' ? d crousc and decr Dr. Donald D. Kisor, Keyscr. presidcnt: Dr. Roy Hartman, Petersburg, vice president; Kenneth F. Haincs, Keyser, secretary and Mrs. Donald Kiser, Kcyscr, treas- • ' Bake Sulc Planned MT. SAVAGE - SI. Margaret's Chapter of St. George's Episcopal Church will hold a bake sale Saturday from 10 a. m. to noon at Seal's Market. For Sale: Six room Circulating gas heater, Popular make, Phone Frostburg 716-M. - j Adv.—Oct. N-T-19-20 I . b ™ u , sht lhe ltgur . e , . . J ™t™ WQre "me hundred rcsi- dcnt llccnscs lssucd for hunll "S B amc in °P cn season ' l - m rcsl- dcnt ""nscs issued for bolh hunting and fishing, 150 licenses issued to resident bow and arrow sportsmen. and 50 such to non-residents. Tlieme Announced WESTERNPORT — Rev. Robert E. Cassell, pastor, will speak on the theme, "Don't Get Your Freedoms Mixed," at the 11 a. m. service Sunday at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church. It is a part of the series of sermons suggested by President Eisenhower. Legioji P KEYSER '- Chester. • Phillips, Elkins, recently elected commander of the .West Virginia.Depart- ment, .American Legion, will be the speaker at a meeting of Boyce- Ho'user Post 41 on Thursday evening, , November 10, /at -; the' 1 Post Home on East Armstrong Street. .The visit of the dcpartmeiit''com.l| mander'will be tied in with'the annual Veterans Day "program to be conducted iri Memorial- Park. Rev. Donald D. Anderson'-'will 'deliver the memorial address"at the program. . '. . . . Phillips is a member of: H. 1 W. Daniels Post - 29, Elkins, ' and." a veteran-of World War II. He served as department third vice commander :. in; 1954. ' He -was born in Mabie,- Randolph'- County, arid received his' elementary education 'in a rural school. ' He graduated from Elkins High School in 1929, attended Shepherd .State Colleg' 1 for. one year'and graduated ^vom ' Davis and 'Elkins College. • •'. . Phillips served as a. teacher, coach and principal in . the Randolph County school -system, and presently is'financial clerk and purchasing.agent for .that system; Clubs Spoiisoring Barbecue Project ..-.•••-• j KEYSER—The Home Economics and Agriculture clubs of Potomac State College .will jointly sponsor tau training at Camp- Peary, Va. He ivas .honorably, discharged in December,'1945, when .he became a member of Daniels Post. Phillips has served as Americanism • officer, service officer, adjutant and commander o(, his post and as adjutant and vice commander of the ninth district. In 1950, he graduated from the American Legion Extension .Institute. Phillips is a past president of the Elkins Kiwanis Club and a member of the Board of Directors of the Elkins YMCA.. . He is aclive n civic affairs and a member of lhe Methodist Church. .- • a highlight of'lhe annual homecoming fesli- 'ilies Salurday.-. .The barbecue: will be held on lhe college farm, between 4:30 and 7:30 p.. m. In addition to chicken, the menu will include vegetables, • salad, bread, soft drinks and dessert. The barbecuing will be done in an open oven, being . constructed by the boys' organization. •Tickels may be purchased from members iponsors, Restaurant. Proceeds from the event will be used • to finance lr> activities of the two* clubs during :he 1955-56 term.. Minstrel Planned By Homeniakers ' MT. SAVAGE — The Ml/Savage Homemakcrs ^Club will present a minstrel today, at 8 p. m. at St. George's Parish Hall under the direction of Margaret ,Haus. The cast will include Mary Dcf- 'enbaugh,' Belva Miller, Isabel Adams, Sara Carter, DeNoma Yutzy, Faye Benna, Nellie Hotch- ass, Rita Cunningham, Irma Hice. 3ea Huff, lona Long, Margaret Wade and Evelyn Blank. Presbytery Meeting PIEDMONT-The Women of the Winchester Presbytery will meet n Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church, today'and tomorrow. The chorus Crowe. Dorothy feature Dickel, Doris Eula Trankenberry, Hazel Swauger, Ina Mae Snyder, Roseanna Boore, Lilian Williams, Bernarda Winner and Margaret Wade.- Sara .Carter, Bca Huff, Nellie rlotchkiss and Margaret Wade will comprise a quartet, while a trio will include Sara Carter, B'ea Huff, iertrude Reagan. Belva Miller and Bca Huff will sing a duet. The minstrel was written by Margaret Wade. Belva Miller and Mary Deffenbaugh. • Visited Relatives HVNTO'.ANVMr. and Mrs. Marcus Hillegas. Boynton, visited her mother, Mrs. Nellie Harclerode, and sister, Mrs. Ted Miller. drink A thousand turkeys iclween 60 and 70 tons of water in a season. To Settle Estate. 90. West Col- ege Ave. Six room inselbric house, ,torm windows, furnace, bafh; deal location. Reduced price for quick sale. Apply 16 Beall St. or; ilione 386W after 5 p. m. Also may] :all PA 4-5786, Cumberland, kdv. Oct. 18-19-20 N-T CHESTEE ranxnra Club Releases Exhibitors For Annual Event KEYSER-The names of exhibit' ors for the Potomac State Fair to held November 11-12 in lhe Keyser High. School gymnasium have been released by officials of Keyscr Lodge 1916, B.P.O. Elks, sponsors of the annual program. The exhibits, according to club spokesmen, will represent a cross section of- lhe industrial and retail ife .in the tri-stale area of Maryand, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. - Exhibitors will include: Keyser • Television Company, -oylo Furniture Company, Gortner Ford-Sales, Tiger Tractor Corporation, Pulliam Music .Store! Boggs Supply, Wolf Furniture Company, Potomac Valley ..-Hospital .Blood Bank, C. E. Weese, Royale Dairy, Army : Navy Store,.Shear's Clothing Store, Merle-Norman Cosmetics, Keyser Office Supply; Radio Sla-i lion WKYR, Tri-State Bolllcd GasJ Burgess Brolhcrs Feed Slore. Murray Insurance Agency, Hill's Toy both organization at the Rosemont 'lans Ham Supper PATTERSONS CREEK — The 'attersons Creek Volunteer Fire Company will sponsor a ham sup- >er Saturday in the Fire Hall from j lo 8 p. m. Boy's Dungarees and Chambray SHIRTS — $1.00 — J, B, Shannon & Co, Frostburg Ellerslie ELLERSLIE-Thc Parent-Teach- cr Association will sponsor a-."fun night".Thursday, October.27,' al lhe school. There will be movies :|iid a grab bag, and refreshments will be sold. The Ellerslie POS of A lodge sponsored a recent sightseeing trip lo Gettysburg, Pa. Thirty-six people made the (rip. Mr. and" Mrs. Roy Mason and daughters returned home after vis- iling relatives in Kalamazoo, Mich. Frank ( Hansrolc returned home from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, • Mrs. Naomi Snyder, who was recently injured in a fall at her home, is convalescing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Wolfe, Corriganville. confirmation from district offices. There are approximately five booth spaces still open. Merchants or industries interested in obtaining space are to contacl John F. Somerville Jr., .al the Tiger Tractor Corporation. Fair officials contemplate from 4,000 to 5,000 persons for the two- dsy showing. One of the. features be a 51,000 mink stole which will be given away. The planners expect to have a nationally known speaker, as well as a band festival consisting of five or six. outstanding high school bands in the tri- state .area. Accidents cause the deaths of about 6,000 school-age children a year in the United States. Principal Lists Top Winners Iri Contest FROSTBURG - Earl >.'Brain, principal of Beall Elementary School, has announced the winners in a recent contest at the school. First prize went to Lynn Homer. Other winners were Judith Grimm, Crash: Injuries r-<« '*''••••'. ^«u Hospi laIi/c"Maif> ROMNEY-Donald Fisher, Core. Va., Is in .Winchester (Va.KHos- pilai suffering from fractures .0! both legs as the result of'a fccent accident on Route fM. ihrce miles . spilth of Yellow Springs. Hanip-, shire County. : • » '••;••••.. The Fisher car had pulled>''olf .he road when a car driven "by Clement W. Holliday, 23. also of Gore, skidded into the parked vehicle and veered oft it into''an- other car traveling in the same- direction. The third car involved, driven by Herbert H. Kump,, 42, High View, W. Va. was' only slightly damaged. Holliday was arrested by Trooper J. R. Martin of Romneyon hazardous driving charge.•-.- ence Swcene and Robert Plummer. Store,. Keyser Retail Merchanls Naom i stanlon. Gary Baker, Clar- Association, Ludwick's Garage, --- ~ ' ~ ' ' ~* iuhn Fireplace Company and Me- Intyre's Bakery. Several other firms have ten- Selling .out, reduced prices ; grocery stock, frigidaire, cooler, and scales. Apply at Shoemakers Grocery, 54 Walnut Street, Graham Town. Adv.-N-T Oct. 19-20-21. 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