Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
Issue Date:
Friday, October 21, 1955
Page 14
Start Free Trial

FROSTBURC " K E YS ER BoardDelays And Tri-Siatc Area News (M) Evening Times, Friday, October 21, 1955 Pennsylvania Counties Begin Annual TB Testing In Schools 'judge Calhoun Rests Well After Buffering Attack ""HARRISON'IiURG, Va. tfi — A Socklngham Memorial Hospital Jibokesman said today Hie condi- fion of Circuit Judge Harlan M. Galhoun of Moorefield, W. Va., was lipparently about the same." "The spokesman said the judge, Jjricken on the bench by a heart attack during court proceedings Jfesterday at Franklin, W. Va., •pent a "very comfortable night jjjid seems to be resting all right." - Judge Calhoun was brought to BEDFORD—The annual program of tuberculin testing of school children by the Bedford- Fulton County Tuberculosis and Health Society was started early tins month and will continue through Friday, October 28. The tes'. is offered each year to students under 15 years of age who have the consent of their parents. This program of early detection of tuberculosis and of health education is made possible through the cooperation of Bedford County doctors, school nurses, nurses of the Slate Department of Health, school personnel and the TB society. . Because the flie hospital by ambulance after £ffcring the attack. "He has been a judge for 19 years gn the 22nd Judicial Circuit whicl includes Pendleton, Hampshire and the 51-year-old Kiwanis Club Elects; Plans Charter Night KEYSER-Officers for the fiscal year beginning November 1 were elected at a dinner meeting of the Keyser Kiwanis Club, Wednesday evening in the dining room of First Methodisl Church. The new officers are Roberl Wliitlach, president: Donald Heare, vice president; William F. Stafford, re-elected secretary, and Herbert Harman, re-elected treasurer. Directors elected for two-year terms were James Watson, Bradford Swecker and James T. Hand i • -ci^oimn nfi'an. Holdover directors are Rich- administration -of ,,_.._,.„.. ,,.,,,„ n ol , polio shots has limited the time available this month for the program of tuberculin testing, it will ird Davis, Harrison Fuller, Rev. Charles Sliger. Hardy counties. < Witnesses said Judge slumped on the bench whili hearing a civil case, which had been in progress several days. food Registration $et Monday, Tuesday :j KEYSER —'Mrs; Lucille Peters a'nd Miss Joan Gerstell, represent alives of the Stale Department o Public Assistance, will be in Elk Garden Monday, from 10 to 1 a. m., and at the Keyser City of fices the same day from 1:30 to 3 p. m., to take applications for surplus commodities for Novem ber: distribution. Mrs. Peter and Miss Gerstell wil: be in Ridgeley on Tuesday from 2 to 3 p. m., for the same purpose, in hands (four inches) and their weight in stones (14 pounds).. Jo-Le-Kay Market E. Main at Grant Freth Country Eggs.. 3 dz. $U 5 APPLES Storks Delicious Golden Delicious Stamen — Winesap '/2Pk39c '/ 2 bu95c 1 Bushel.,. $1,79 Sweet Cider 59c gal Bring Jug not be possible to complete the program during the current period. Students in the. .following schools will be given the tuberculin test at the time of'the school medical examinations before the close of the current school year: Colerain, Harrison-Mann's Choice, Snake Spring, Fishertowri, Fishertown Station, King, Kimmel, Lin- The annual Charier Night program held Wednesday eve- nounced. Entertainment will be eatured at the event, and the vives of members will be guests. The club has entered a float in he Potomac State College Homecoming parade, and is .also assist ng the Circle K Club at the col- coin Township, Osterburg, East lege in preparing its float entry Providence. Southampton and Union Township. The test has been administered to students of Bedford North Elementary, Chestnut Ridge High, Chestnut Ridge Elementary, Lincoln, Washington, Pleasantville, Everett High, Everett Elementary, West Providence, Mann-Monroe, Hyndman-Londonderry, Hopewell Township, Hopewell, Borough, Defiance, Riddlesburg, Saxton Elementary, Stonerstown; Saxton-tiib- erty High in Bedford County. The program next week will be Stafford, Heare and Russell bishop were club representatives at a district convention in Fair- Tiont this week. Officers elected at the meeting ncluded Dr. Roy D. Hannan, 'etersburg, lieutenant governor, n charge of the Fifth Division. The 'slale convenlion will be hole n Bluefield next year. Height of horses is measured held in the following schools: Re- ploglc, Woodhury, Bloomfield Township, Cumberland Valley, Bedford High and Bedford South Elementary. Positive reactors are X-rayei each;year during the mobile unil visits; The X-ray survey wil! commence October 31 and continue through November 7 in Bedford County. Information regarding the schedule for. the survey will be published at a later date. Children .who are tuberculin tested after the visit of the X-ray unit and are found to be positive reactors will be X-rayed soon after their test is given. For Sale: Carpet loom. Depot Street, Frostburg. Adv. Oct. T-21-N-22 Selling out, reduced prices, grocery slock, frigidaire, cooler, and scales. Apply at Shoemakers Grocery, 54 Walnut Street, Graham Town. "' .'. . Adv.—N-T Oct. 19-20-21 Selected For Homecoming At, Keyser High KEYSER — Pamela Franklin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick i'ranklin, Sharplcss Street, was elected .as "Homecoming Queen VI." and sbe was crowned at half imc ceremonies this afternoon al he high school field. Miss Franklin was crowned by Jue.Purdy, last'year's queen. The M •nior student will be honored al dance this evening in the school jymnasium. The runnersup in the voting con- cst, who served as princesses vere Darlene McCoole and Bar- iara Shaw. The Student Council of the school vas in charge of an open house to- ay. A feature of the celebration football game between the Ceyser and Moorefield High teams. • MODERN AND .TRADITIONAL FURNITURE .'. . LAMPS . . . • RADIOS . . . TELEVISION .. . • APPLIANCES . . . BEDDING . , . 7/2/ SPACE HEATERS . . . KITCHEN " * CABINETS AND SINKS . . . F U R N I T"TJ R K . FLOOR COVERINGS 25 EAST MAIN STREET • FROSTBURG TELEPHONE 65 White Day LAS CRUCES, N. M. M-At New lexico A&M College, they believe n the white-wash system. It took 00 freshmen students all day to vhitewash the college symbol, the 'A" high on the nearyby Organ .fountains. MAKE A BEE-LINE FOR THIS HONEY OF A BUY .. tt'i hard lo believe that to much ^ beauty ond heavy duty can be youn for to little money. Shining chrome that weon like grunite, expensively detailed with bow ttdet and tow end*. Seat* are thickly upholilered, covered in the tye-catching rww Copri paHem, Thrivtt on toap ond water core. Wonder Top rejectt ita'nt, liquldi, heat. S** » . . . H'i your best bet (or beauty and wear. x.42 PIUS 10" lEh JUST $79.50 The Durst Co. Paskel and Arnold November was an- Acceptance School Bids BERKELEY SPRINGS - The Morgan County .Board-of Educa- ion has delayed action on 13 bids Tor three school biddings projects, explaining that a.decision will be readied at a meeting Monday. The projects •will be financed by a bond issue already approved. There were six separate bids on ,he Paw Paw High School project, three on North Berkeley and two on Berkeley Grade, and two combination bids' covering all projects. W. Harley Miller, Martinsburg, was disclosed as low bidder on the projects together and his bid on each of them separately .'was also low." It was indicated the award probably would be made, to him; jut the -board wanted to discuss certain phases and also ask suggestions from him as to possible changes. It was indicated the over-all cost of the three buildings would k ,e about $450,000 which is within the bond funds available. One other contract was previous ly awarded—for Greenwood School at a cost of about $57,000. Veryl Snyder, county superintendent, said administrators were pleased with the outlook. Bids had been rejected previously as too high and some adjustments in plans were made. Bidders and their projects included: .' W. Harley Miller, Marlinsburg, three as a whole and each separately. Zipperman Construction ' Company, Beckley, three as a whole and each separately. John I. Vandegrift Co., Cumberland, Md., Paw Paw High only. H. and L. Construction Company Kingwood, Paw Paw High only liussell L. Hamilton, Westernport, Md.. North Berkeley only. A. R. Warner and Sons, Waynesboro, Pa., Paw Paw High only. It.? T. Robeson, inc., Cumberland, Md., Paw Paw High only. Plumbing & Heating BATH OUTFITS — KITCHEN SINKS HOT WATER TANKS . Roofing & Spouting GAS — COAL — OIL, FURNACES Al! work guaranteed—Free Etlimalei WM, R. GOEBEL 25 Centennial Street Phone Frostburg 486 WAF PACKS A WALLOP—Jeanie Marie Hoffman, 19-year-old WAF at Westover Air Force Base, Mass., uses a judo toss to throw Airman 3/c Richard V. Incovocci to floor with a 200-pound 'thud. Miss Hoffman, a member of the 8th Air Force judo team, weighs 126 Ipounds. according to Master Sgt. John Ilodge, supervisor of physical conditioning and combative measures at the base. Reports .Feature PTA Meeting At Central School LONACONING — The Central School PTA met Tuesday evening in the school auditorium. Mrs. ary Keyes president, presided. Mrs. Wanda Gardner reported on the recent executive meeting. A report on drapes was made, by Mrs. Anni'tta Bean, chairman of homeroom mothers. Mrs. Mildred Love stated a Parent Study Croup meeting will be held Wednesday, October 26, at 1:30 p. m., and that beginning in January, films would be available for study roup meetings. Mrs. Betty Long reported on the subscriptions of the Parent Teacher magazine. A report on the repairing of the school bell system was presented by William Lambertson. Mrs. Faye Brakcall announced ihat the annual Hallowe'en parade would be held Thursday, October 27, at 1:30 p. m. Each room will participate in the afternoon carnival. Mrs. Mareline McKenzie, chairman, announced the program, which was given by the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade pupils. Miss Alice McCormick, principal, announced that Miss Mary Meyers room and Mrs. Veronica Simpson's room won attendance prizes. The next meeting of tbe association will he held Tuesday evening, November 22, during National Education Week. Mineral County G0^§ete .•'.• ' ••.-.'.:' . '•" .' •''•:• "•'•• ' '••'• " : 'V '& •? Reorganizational Meeting KEYSER-The Mineral County Young Republican Club will hold i reorganizallonal r.icetiug at the "ourt House hero Tuesday at 8 0 in., Republicans from all parts if the county are expected to at- 'end, the first meeting of the 18355 campaign year. The mosl important item on the igcnda will be the planning for !hc forthcoming meeting of the West Virginia State Young Republican Executive Committee, to be held here Saturday, arid. Sunday, October 29, 30. The selection of a committee to nominate candidates ;for the various offices of the organization will also be made. At the following meeting, when the election will be conducted, nom- 'nations will be presented from the floor. 1 A suggestion that future meetings be held as dinner .ncetings vill be discussed. Inasmuch as the state committee has selected Keyser for a statewide meeting, Robert J. Martin, treasurer of the local and slate 'organizations lias urged, that as nany as possible participate. Plans of the Mineral County •>roup include sponsorship of pro<rams with 'speakers of state and nationwide repute, in addition to he regular Young" Republican pro- eels. tcforniiilioii Service • • Planned jit Kcysci; ,, ; ^ "'•''' • - : * •*' --^' - rf KEYSER—The annual commuh-' ly reformation service will he held at Ml. Calvary Evaiigcliciilj.yiiltaa Brethren Church Sunday; October, 0, at 7:30 p. in., according to Rev. J. L. Bridgets, pastor, • The speaker will be. .Rev. Dr. DeWitt L. Miller,• pastor 'of; tile Church of the Brethren. Hagcrs. >wn. .. ,.v ..... : . „.:.„, ; This will be a union service, wit all Prolestahl churches in the city co-operating, Rev... Mr. .Bridgeri said •' ' • •» Child Dispute Case Settled BEDFORD—A dispute over cus ody of a child that culminated in a habeas proceeding brought by lie father against the mother has )ecn settled amicably in Bedford County Court. The hearing was requested by Clarence Pepple, who said his wife, Dorothy, was unlawfully molding their son; Jay; 4ii years old. ; • Judge-Hichard C. Snyder issued an order-directing Mrs. Pepple to jring Jay to the child, welfare of fice every third Friday so that he could meet his father and be will lim from 10 a. m. to .4:30 p. m. on hese days. • Costs of Hie case were divided jetween the parents. The parents agreed at a pre-trial hearing that tfrs. Pepple' would retain custody of the child at all other times. 300 Children Attend .lalloween Program FROSTBURG—Mclvin Eichhorn commander of Farrady Post 24 American Legion, announced thai approximately 300 children of the community attended the Halloween )arty sponsored by P^rrady Posl ind Cecil,Randolph Post.- 1 Movies were shown, refreshments served and each' child received a noise maker. Birds differ in the number of toes or claws. "Most of them have four - toed feet, but somo have only three toes on each foot. 1 G. E. and FADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURG TELEVISION 117 Walnut 51., Grahamlown Phon« — Froitburg 418-J 'alien! In Hospital FROSTBUHG — William Rich irdson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Varies Richardson, South Water itreet, is a medical patient in ilcmorial Hospital, Cumberland. Friends: Due to illness, much of my stock will be sold at a sacrifice . meaning at a wonderful price. *ome in. we welcome you. Musical instruments of all kinds, beauti- ul gifts, Greeting cards, Cut flow ers. Funeral pieces. Phone 225-11, 594-J. WittigV 0 S: D Music.— "lower Shoppe, Frostburg. Adv.-Oct.-N-T-21 Insulation Storm Sash $ 4.54 SLEEMAN BROS. and up PHONE 318 Frostburg PALACE THEATRE AIR CONDITIONED Fri. - Sol. Donald O'Connor - Martha Hyer "Prowlers of the Everglades" "Francis In The Navy" >S/S^S*WX^N^^/>-'^SXN^/%^*" LYRIC THEATRE Frl. ' Sol. "Two Fisted £ "Battle. : Ranger" < " Taxi" 4 Dial Lonaconlng .11,11 s ft i Open Sunday 'til Noon. . » ^ _•_ f rwwwyv v v* For That Exciting Fall Fragrance "TWEED" by Leniheric Shape's Pharmacy Phone 520 Frostburg Yellow Pine Sheathing Y. P. Roofer's Y. P. Trim Alum. Storm Doors $35.00 Alum. Storm Sash $15.95 and up Ventilators NEILSON BROS. Phone 429 .. Frostburg ROUND & SQUARE DANCE every Friday at the V. F. W. HOME Frostburg Mum by Doc K.nn.y'i Orth.,lro 9 to 12 Lost: Gray fur scarf at 58 West Jain, Froslburg, Sunday. Reward, •eturn to above address.. . ..." Adv. T—Oct. 19-21—N—20-21. FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS Fmh From Our Greenhou*e •• PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Dial Lonaconlng 3131 JACKETS Men's-Boy's $095 ?«C95 0 to £v Also Caps and Glovet BOB HOMING Meh'« Wear Boyi' Weor 11 E. Main St. Frostburgi 2 Main St. Phone 265 PAJAMAS Boys' — Girls' NIGHTY NITE CARTER'S • Noise Makers •Masks • Costumes Charlie Hill's NEWSSTAND W. Main St. Frostburg KIDDIE TOWNE A Specialty Shop for Children 9 E. Main St. OUSES PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, October 24th has been designated by the General Assembly of the United Nations as the day to be observed throughout the world as the anniversary of the coming into force of the United Nations Charter; and WHEREAS, during this, the tenth year of its existence, the United Nations is on trial before the world as the champion .of peace with freedom for all mankind; and .WHEREAS, it 'is of the greatest importance that citizens in every community of this country give expression to their support of the United Nations: NOW, THEREFOR, I, Perry W. Myers, Mayor of Frostburg, Maryland, do solemnly declare October 24th a day of special commemoration in that it is the tenth birthday of the organization which can maintain peace on earth among men of good will; further, I request that every bell in this . . community ring out at eleven o'clock on the morning of October 24th as a reminder to every citizen to join the rest of our country in a prayer for the success of the United Nations in this hour of crisis; and further, as Mayor, I request that a-special ceremony be arranged at which all citizens are invited to attend for the purpose of .joining in n prayer for peace .with freedpm and in a demonstration to the . world that the citizens of Frostburg, Maryland, arc united in support of the United Nations and in the belief that THERE SHALL BE PEACE. MAYOR tCOUNCILMEN OF FROSTBURG, MD. \ .•"•' , , By Perry W. Myers, Mayor ATTEST; Alex G. Close, City Clerk Saturday Specials ALL Day 8:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 1st. Floor Special SHOTGUN SHELLS SPECIALS 12 gauge Hi Power $2.59 bx. 16 gauge Hi Power $2.39 bx. 20 gauge Hi Power $2.29 bx. 12 gauge Lo Brasi $2.19 bx. 16 gauge Lo Brass $1.89 bx. 20 gauge Lo Brass $1.79 bx. 2nd Floor Special WALL PAPER ALL DOUBLE ROLLS SPECIALS ALL—39c Paper 27c ALL—45c Paper . 32c ALL—50e Paper 35c ALL—55e Paper 39c ALL—59e Paper 41e ALL—65e Paper 45c ALL—69c Paper '.. 48c ALL—75c Paper '. S3e ALL—79c Paper ,'. 55c ALL—85c Paper .'. . ; . . . . 59c Basement Special SCRATCH FEED < 25lbbag ] 99c BAG Call your orders in to us, ,, We ore delivering each day ?* PRICHARD'S THE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT STORE PHONfS i&ij 159 rtoSTSuRO . w

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free