Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 21, 1955
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FROSTBI iir,- (13) Evening'Times, Friday, October 21, 1955 Piedmont Church Plans Rally Program Sunday PIEDMONT—Mrs. Anna King, a member of the faculty of the West Virginia School for the Deaf anil Jilind al Romney, ,will be Hie ^Principal speaker at the annual missionary rally Sunday at Trinity •Methodist Church. Mrs. King will make the address at the 1U:45 a.m. service. The circles of the Womans Soci• cty of Christian Service will meet in their respective rooms al 4:30 p.m. Sunday, and at 5 p.m. a snack supper will be served.' A business meeting will follow. At 6:30 p.m., Mrs. .King will speak to the MYF group, and that unit will be invited to attend the 7;30 p.m. service when Mrs. King will speak again and answer questions as. to the work of Christian missions! • Rev. L. E. Crowson, pastor, said Mrs.'King is,a former missionary to North Africa. She is a native of Webster County, and a formei parishoner"of his there. After the death of her husband in 1940, Mrs. King then only 21, decided to enter missionary work. She graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College and Scarritt College, Nashville, Tenn.. where she received special training for missionary work. Rev. Mr. Crowson also said she contracted tuberculosis in North Africa and has' not been able to return to the Mission field. Anna King Circle of the WSCS of Trinity Church was named after her. While is the traditional color of mourning in Korea. Men's Oxfords Niwitt Foil Stylll Mansfield $9.95 - 510.95 to $13.95 Rand Craft $6.95 - $7.95 - $8.95 CONDON'S SHOE STORE 50 W. Moin Frottbiirg GARD-LON NfW MIRAClt FABRIC AUTO SfAT COVERS Here in the ticlutlvt fejturti that m»lt Gird-ton the lon;ett-lulini. mott beiuti- hit *nd pf ict ic* I IB it covert your rirt bun Stoufifuf coforf ofid poftorm ... Com* and cfioot* vovn i Nominal In it dilution Win-Mar Supply W, Civ. S 1 H Sr»n Stnmpi 171 t. Moin Ph 920 Froitburg Hyndman Group Planning Skit; Rummage Sale HYNDMAN—Plans for sponsoring a "Family Album" skil and pageant were discussed at n meeting of the Community Center Auxiliary Tuesday night at the Cenler. ' Mrs. Freda Burkell, president, said the unit will also hold a rummage sale, with Ihe dates for both events to be announced in the near future. Brief Mention Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hengst were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Millrado, Cumberland. Mrs. Frank Smith .and children returned to Pitlsburgh afler spending seven wceksjit the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coriey. Mrs. lone Filler and son and family, all of AHoona, visited Mrs Gertrude BranJ. Mrs. Brant accompanied the Fillers to AHoona where she will spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Miller anc daughter were week-end guests of Mrs. Harvey Cook.. Mr. and Mrs. Howard . Brant, Greensburg, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Corley. Arch Ungerfelter visiled his mother, Mrs. Molly Groom. Mrs. George Cook returned home after visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Frye, Salisbury, Md. Harry Temkc. Beaver Falls, vis ited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Turner and daughter and Mrs. Harrj Tharp recently visited in Washington. Airman 1/c and Mrs. Charles W. Waltman have gone to San Anlonio, Texas, where they will reside until he finishes his lour of duly with the Air Force. Miss Beulah Blackburn and C. V Bowers visited Mr. and Mrs. Wai ter Wright, Alum Bank. . Junior 411 Club Elects Officers MT. SAVAGE—The Junior 4-1 Club mel al the home of Mis Kcgina Hotchkiss a reccnl eve ning and elected the following officers: President. Reginn Holchkiss vice president, Cheric McKciuic secretary. Janet Pressman: assist ant secretary, Adelaide Logsdon treasurer, Carol Mende, and assist ant treasurer, Carolyn Goetz. Miss Justine Miller, 4-H leader allended Ihe meeting. Public Card Part) r Planned By GOP Unit F-HOSTBURG — The Frostburg Women's Republican Club wil sponsor a public card., party Wed nesday, Novembef-2. at the Amer lean Legion Home. Bridge, 500 and canasta will be played. Committees include: Mrs. Perry Myers, chairman Mrs. George Hale, .Mrs. Roberi Glotfclly, .co-chairmen; Mrs Charles. Cole, prizes; Airs. G. Alvin Kreiling, tickets; Mrs! Susan Richmond, la'bles; Miss Eslelle Williams,. candy; Mrs. George Hale, Miss Bessie Carson, while elephant table. The refreshment committee . includes Mrs. Walter Anthony, Mrs Edgar Bennett, Miss Esther Carier, Mrs. -Walter Cook, Mrs.. G Kear Hosken. Mrs. Waltei Kline Mrs. Clarence Richardson, Mrs Harry Shupe, Mrs; William Spates Miss Mabel Stevensi Mrs. Ma: Agnevv. Mrs! Joseph Erode, Mrs John W. Cook. Mrs. Homer Grif fith, Mrs. William Grimm, Mrs Elmer Rupp, Mrs. J. M. Stewart Mrs. William E. Jenkins, Mrs. J Carler Shryock, Mrs. Franklin Martens. Mrs. Harry Beall, Mrs Joseph Durst, Miss Stella Hosken Miss Elisabclh Hitchins and Mis Lillian Wellner. Weekend Special 1953 FORD 8 Cyl. Pick up Heiskeil Motor Sales Phone 79 Frostburg Three File Appeai After Conviction Assault Charges OAKLAND — Three former area residents who were recently con victed of assault - charges agains William F. and Thelma Frazee Friendsville. have appealed the decision of Trial Magistrate W. 0 Bilzcr. The three involved were'Larry Lawson. Lee Kice and Forrest San Syrd. Rice has been residing in Cleveland for. the past four years 7iit has been returning to Friends ville upon numerous occasions. Frazce charged Lawson, Rice and Byrd with having committet an assault upon him on Septembe; 19 at Friendsville. Mrs. Burges also claimed they had assaultei her. The three were charged with committing certain acts amountini to disturbance of the peace am with maliciously destroying Fra zee's property in Friendsville. Rice also was charged wit operating an automobile under th influence of alcoholic beverage and reckless driving. They pleaded not guilty to a: charges ' but Magistrate Bitze found them guilty. They were sen tc-nced to serve 11 months in Ih House of Correction, alt sentences to .run concurrently. On th charge of disturbing the peace the were sentenced for a period two months. The three furnishedTjonds in th amount of 51.000 for their appear ance before the court on March ; 1956. Catholic Daughters^ KG Slate Dinner REACHES PEAK OK. FAME—Cleo, a basset hound appearing in a .filmed television series, passed a milestone in his career wlien :he became important enough to have a stand-in. Cleo doesn't seem happy about the distinction, maybe because the sland-in is a loy. It is used while the cameraman lights the scenes because it will stand still. (AP. Photofox) Bedford Judge Refuses Motor License Appeal BEDFORD — Bedford 'County Judge Richard C. Snyder has refused to uphold the appeal of a dia- letic Bedford man from suspension of his driver's license by the Stale Department of Revenue. Snyder, in his opinion, said he was "reluctantly" refusing to give Man Arrested Carrying Load Of .Moonshine SOMERSF.T—An Ohio man hauling 60i jugs of illegal moonshine in the rear seat of his car bed by Somerset State Police Wednesday after he paused for a nap on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. privileges back" to Frederick Me-] Albert J. McCoy, 25, of RD 1, :ielland of Bedford. At t!:e same|Chatfield, Ohio, who had halted his time Snyder recommended to the -'-—'• "- :p ' ~ r "department that he be given a restricted license permitting him to drive his own passenger car.-. McClelland's license was revoked by the state afler he blacked out while driving a steel-laden track and collided with a city bus in Westmont, near Johnstown, last spring; injuring 25 persons. After the accident, in which he was seriously hurt, the slate took- his license as an "incompetent opera- .or" and - he appealed to the courts. Judge Snyder's opinion pointed out that McClelland had been a diabetic for eight years and that in tlie opinion of his physician, he will rigidly adhere to a schedule of :reatments necessary to prevent a recurrence of the coma. The judge noted lhat he felt McClelland could safely drive his own car about three miles east of the Donegal inlerchange and fallen soundly asleep in the front seat, was roused by Pvt. Orie V. Peterson at about 12:30 p.m. Pvt. Peterson said he investigated the car to see if the driver __ was in trouble, but became sus-j picious of Hie awakened McCoy's | attitude. ;l Investigating a mound in the- rear seat, carefully covered with Barton Auxiliary Installs Officers BARTON — Officers of Barton Unit. 189, American Legion Auxiliary, were installed at a recent meeting at the Post Home. Those taking office were: Mrs. Elsie Clark, president: Mrs. 1 Lola Green, first vice president; Mrs. Molly Kiddy, second vice president; Mrs. Ruth Shuhart, secretary; Mrs. Dasileen Kirk, treasurer:- Mrs'. Alma Clark, historian: Mrs. Phyllis Duckworth, sergeant at arms: Mrs. Lillian: Poland, chaplain, and Mrs. Alice! Ashby and Kathleen Nesbitt, colorbearers. Mrs. Blanche Festerman was! Ihe installation officer.. PIEDMONT—i'lic principal address at the annual Columbus Day dinner being held Sunday by Pied- niont Council 685, Knights of Columbus, and' Court Sancla Maria, CSIhqlic Daughters 'of America, will be delivered by Rev. Linus E. Robinson! pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Weslernporl. Joseph !t; Grimes, KC district deputy of Martinsburg, .will also speak. James .Kelly, a past grand knight of the host council, § will be toastmaster, and Allan P.'.Miller, presenl grand knight, will give the address of welcome. James Hager, a member of the Bruce High School faculty of Westernport, will sing several solos, accompanied by Mrs. George P.. Ord: Ronald Richardson, Frostburg, accompanied by his father,'Ranee Richardson, will play trumpet solos. CDA members will serve the dinner lo begin at. 5:30 p.m., in St. Peter's Hall, Westernporl, whidi iviil be open to the public. Francis .B. .Cosgrove. general chairman, is being assisted by Stiller, Keddy and Lynn Clark. The program is in charge of William McKone, Edward Gillespie and John' J. Laughlin. Tickets for the affair may be oblained from any member of the committee. Reservations should he made not later than this evening Oct. 21. Proceeds from the event will be donated to St. Peter's Parochial School improvement fund, Miller stated. Home From Visit GRANTSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glotfelty, Mrs. Barbara Younkin. Mrs. Carl Miller and sons and Clarence Glotfclty visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Price, Breezewood. Pa. Methodist Group Aivs '56 Plans PIEDMONT—The Potomac Sub- District Young Adults of the Methodist Church met recently at Trinity Church, here, with Mrs. Mar- 1 joric Ahlfeld 'in charge of th« worship program. • • •"•• The business meeting was con-. ducted by Oscar Lease, president.'" Projects for 1956 were discussed,,. Churches represented were Rom- > ney. Fort Ashby, Patterson Creek, , New Creek, Keyser First and Trinity. , •' Returns From Visit „;„, JIT. SAVAGE—Mrs. frank Hut' laney returned from Turtle Creek, 1 ' 1 Pa., where she. visited Mr. aha Mrs. William Mullaney. STORY HOUR Frostburg Public Library, Saturday, October 22, 10 a. m. for children 4, 5 and 6. Adv. Oct. T-21-N-22 blankets, the officer five cardboard spirits—a total uncovered' cases of illegal of 30 gallons of; moonshine neatly bottled in half- gallon jugs. McCoy, cold sober at the time of; his arrest, was turned over to state liquor control agents in Westmoreland County. Police said lie would: be charged with interstate trans-; portation of unlaxed alcohol. He told them he had paid $40 for it car on short and possibly on lengthy trips, but he said he couldj'" Petersburg, W. Va. not return to McClelland a license that .would permit him to drive SPECIAL 1952 PONTIAC Sedan, 4-Door Hydro., Fully Equipped Frostburg Auto Co, "The House of Courtesy" PHONE 350-351 We Never Close Here's Amazing VALUE! n bond. OTHER EISINS LOW AS J13.75 Price, hd. F*4. Toi Expert Watch Repair Dean's Jewelry Gunter Hotel Bldg. Frostburg Phone 563 Member Drive Opens FROSTBURG-Farrady Post 24, American Legion, opened its annual membership drive, which will continue until November 1!. heavy Irucks as a regular occupation. Judge Snyder noled that removal of the license will work a hardship on he and his family and said he wished the law would allow him to grant outright a restricted li-' cense. But he said that his interpretation of the law was that he could only uphold or reject the appeal on the revocation and could only recommend, not grant, a lim-, ited license. Baby bed, chrome high chair. bassinett, Teter chair, 40x40 Con-j Crete block foundation, Route 36. Inquire Anderson's Store, Zihlman, or phone 734. Adv. N-T Oct. 20-21 REFRIGERATOR and gas stove for sale. Apply 27 First St., Frosl- burg, Md., between 7-9 p. m. Adv. Oct. N-T-21-22-24 Undergoes Operation WESTERNPORT — Alwyn Boal, Green Street, underwent an operation today in Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore. Camel-hair brashes mostly are made of hair from the lails of squirrels. . Aluminum Storm Doors '38,95 All HARDWARE INCLUDED Windows M 5,95 up INSTALLATION EXTRA HASTINGS AWNINGS ARTHUR BOND PHONE 1053-M 88 BRADDOCK ST. FROS7BURG For Your Decorating Need • Custom Draperies • .Curtains • Drapery Hardware Cornice Boards ' Venetian Blinds Vertical Blinds . Cloth Blinds DuPont Paint Shower Curtains WEHLER'S 5 E. Main Froitburg Whilt Pin. Fiominj tumb«r Stimtll- .ing flfocU Plywood Hflt ar. Birth Fluih doori Homoio!.. . W.olhtr Strljud windowi Vtrticol groin Fir Flooring B. t. i. point M. BROADWATER LUMBER CO. - PHONE BH-J 1 Mil* W*tt of Froitburg on Kt.. 40 PLEASE CHIVE CARErUUY Slipon Sweater Pretty as can be! You'll jing the praises of. this-.color coordinated slipon sweater, fashioned by Larnpl from the finest 100% Australian Zephyr wool.. 'Highlighted by a dainty scalloped collar, .piped'with white,, it. has itylish -short dolman sleeves. Choose from a color assortment to itir th« 'imagination. ' v f Sizes 34-40 HERE TO THRILL XOC/- On display today-bringing Push-Button Driving to the lowest-price field!-.' The cicitinp; '56 Plymouth is in our showrooms now for all to see and drive. ... a cur more reprfiswtntivf, of our jet air-age than any yon have ever seen! WE CAU IT AKODYNAMIC STYUN6 — and it's enough In make you catch your breath 1- The distinguished beauty of tlie new interiors is furllier cause for surprise. And when you experience Top Thrust- at Takc-OQ with Plymouth's 90-90 TURBO-TORQUE POWER, you will he amazed at whatiremenrfous new power is at your finger tips from Plymouth's all-new Hy-Fire V-8 with PowcrFlila.transmission. PUSH-BUTTON DRIVING with Power' Flite! Easy as flicking a light switch ...the ultimate in automatic control! So much that's new - to see, to drive, jt's Ihe car that's engineered for safety '-"tlie car that's going p/acc.i with the Young in Heart!" ' Phon* 300 CHRYSLER . PLYMOUTH Water-Mechanic Streets Frestburi The first person wiling us. BO.T 23, Frnslburg, telling t(S the nickname of the University oj Maine, will receive a'J pumpkin' pie jrom the FROSTBURG BAKERY and 2 • PALACE passes. Our candy winner: Mrs. Wm. "air^ 1 ; Newkirk. * + * * 7'* Are your valuables protected? If not. see the FROSTBURG___ NATIONAL BANK and inquire about their safety deposit boxes. * * * * Hey, fellows, don't wait for a special occasion, surprise her tonight with a box of delicious chocolates from K. E. KIMMEL PHARMACY, Piedmont, who sell the best in candies. ****-. When you wanl good pick-up and delivery service and the best cleaning in town, call Frostburg 303. D i S CLEANERS, for Bob. * * ' * * . . ,. ,. Your Christmas lay-away suggestion from HOSKEN'S is watches.^. See their Elgin. Bulova, Longine t Wittinaeur, and Hamilton watches for the loving Christmas gift you want to give. * * * * If you wanl Ihe best in T-V, call 6121. UPPER POTOMAC TELEVISION CO., Piedmont. Ask Lanora about the new set for '56. * * * * Stop in the GIFT SHOP and select your Fall table centerpieces— now: lovely cornucopias, fruit and floral arrangements. -.::•~k- ~k ^ ^ ™."? 'And for the Halloween treat that can't be beaten . . . buy some : ( delicious cookies from the FROSTBURG BAKERY for the kids. :i * * + * ,'! Have you seen the wonderful features on the new Universal gas ,t ranges? Ask Woody in LAYMAN'S lo show you. They're lops. |J * * * * " Phone 52-J. IRWIN MEMORIALS, for stones of lasting beauty ]J and grace in memory of that special loved one. -j * * * * '."( Those exhausting wash days are'gone forever when the new .» Whirlpool does your washing and drying automatically. Get yours • [ from the FROSTBURG APPLIANCE CENTER now. * * * * . i For the best, in baby needs (powders, creams, formulas, and ... clothes), shop in WAGNER'S DRUG STORE, Westernport. = • '! * * * * ' If you haven't tried candy from DOLORES TRULY, don't put It i off any longer. You're missing the treal of your life. Call 910-J ; and have her reserve a box for you. It's delicious. ' - • * '•*• * * '' ' •- .' •"' We forgot to tell you folks last week about our visit with June. , Ethel, and Jeanie in ELLIS CONFECTIONERY, Westernport. Stop '_ in for a sandwich or fountain treat and say "hi". i * *' * * t CHARLIE HILL is your center for Halloween'"trick or treat" ' candy. Buy it early so you'll be prepared for the kiddies. . > **••*•* ' It's Ihe "big day" at .MORTON'S MOTORS. The new.Chrysler and Plymouth are out at last. Take a lip from us, they're super. . j * * * * : i HAFER'S have a wonderful display of exciting new occasional ,• chairs in their \yindow and upstairs. Redecorate now. , I - * * : * * •-•.-•-- ; i If you're in the market for Grimes Golden,- Stamen Winesaps, • or Red Delicious apples, see JO-LE-KAY MARKET for best prices. * * * •* . . ,' ! T.adies, we keep telling you, so please take our advice, call PAT'S BEAUTY SAI.ON early. They don'l want you to be disappointed , on your appointment. Call 390 EARLY. ' ' *•**•*•, ' ' It's not too early to make an appointment wilh BERNICE KOHOUT • STUDIO for Christmas porlraits. The phone number Is 531-W. ; '• . *. •*•'--•*• ..* '•-;.- • -• ' -,•-• . ' The LONACONINC MOTORS have, the/ new Plymouth In the ; window—just out today. Go 'In, see Everclt and ask all about it. .; * * * * .,-,.,• ..' .-.' 'You can get the best In all types of general., insurance: from ... ; JAMES PARK INSURANCE AGENCY. Call 110-3-5131 for advice, ';; *'**.* K.4YK A R/iE ; {

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