Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 24, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, October 24, 1955
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AIM! (C) Eve Central PTA Holds Annual Family Night LONACONIN'G — The annual ? amily Night program of the Par- nt-Te'acher Association of Central Ichool was held, a recent evening, nth the program featuring prosen- alions by students of the third, ourth, fifth and sixth grades. Mrs. Esther Rowden's students! iresented flutophono numbers, and ,lrs. Kalherine Freeman's room a )antomime. Mrs. Marie Whitefield's group lanced a minuet, while Mrs. Vcr- mica Simpson's room .presented October poems and "Three Little '.Vitches," with the children in cos ume. Mrs. Viola Kelly's class presented a patomime and a poem. -Mrs. Evelena N. Nolan's room iresenled a pantomime and Mrs. /erna Ternent's class sang several lumbers to close the program. Mrs. Veronica Simpson's home •oom won the PTA membership Jrive. The rooms of Mrs. Eowden and Mrs'. Simpson won awards for having the largest number of parents present. Mrs. Faye Brakeall reported that i Halloween social will 1 Thursday, and in case of rain, the parade and carnival will be Friday.'' Mrs. Mildred Love reported that new films will be available for the Child Study Group meeting. Mrs. Betsy Long reported on magazine subscriptions. Charles Lambertson eportcd on ihe bell system, nearly completed at the school, and asked for donations for the Chirstmas street lights games party fund. New Wellersburg School Dedication Set, Wednesday WELLERSBURG — The new Wellersburg School will be dedicated at a ceremony M'ednesday at 8 p. m. in the school auditorium. The principal speaker will be L. S,. Williams, superinten Somerset county schools. A. B. McCarter, principal of the new junior high- school, will be ma: ceremonies. Herbert S. Miller, architect, will present the building to Meyers, president of the Wellers. burg School Board and vice president of the Meycrsdale School Board. Accepting the building : for the joint school board will be Ernest Stuempfle, supervising principal. Group singing and solos will be featured in the program. An open house will be held and refresh- menus will be served by the PTA of (he school.' Tiinc Of Mecling Advanced By Lodge WESTERNPORT— Philos Lodge 90, 100F, will meet Wednesday at 7 p. m. at the Odd Fellow's Hall. The time has been advanced half-hour due to a meeting of the 1'oic Grands Association at p. m., when the Odd Fellows and Rcbekahs will be host to the asso- ci.-tion. E. Earl Hearn, Baltimore, senior representative of the Maryland Grand Lodge, will pay his official visit. He will meeting. also address the KEYSER — Brilliant autumn weather, coupled with a record turnout of alumni, made Satur day's homecoming at Potomac State College outstanding. Former students began arriving Friday evening to join with students in a thuse preliminary to the football game Saturday. Only small group, however, assembled foi the business meeting of the Alumni Association Saturday morn ing, and the business session, with its accompanying election of officers, was postponed. The parade, twice the size ol last year's, marched from the campus through the business section of Keyser. First prize went to Roth .Military Honor Society for a float made witli 60,000 paper tissues The judges were unable to agree on second and third prize winners and the awards were divided by the Agriculture Club, Home Economics Club and Phi Sigma Nu fraternity entries. Thirty units were represented in the parade. They included the Potomac State ROTC Band, ROTC Cadets, administrative officers, cheerleaders, Bruce High School Band, the Homecoming Queen "Miss Catamount XVII," and her court, the VFW Color Guard. Epsilon Beta Phi sorority, Chamber of Commerce, Forty and Eight, Kiwanis, Tau Phi Lambda, Kcyser High School Homecoming Queen and Court, Keyser High School Band, Phi Sigma Nu fraternity, Sigma lota Chi sorority, Phi Kappa Omega fraternity. Xappa Delta sorority, Tliela Sigma Chi fraternity, Eta Upsilon Gamma sorority, Petersburg High School Band. Moth Military Honor Society, Agriculture Club, the Pasquino, Home Economics Club, Newman Club, Christian Youth Fellowship, Potomac State Singers, Kcyser Retail Bureau and the Elks Club. Approximately 4,000 ,' persons Acre at Staymnn Field for the 3.1-7 victory of (ho Catamounts over the iti IU.-KI;Y*I:H 'i -Si a to Area iS'cwm ninj* Times, Monday, October 21, 11)55 Barton School Plans Bazaar BARTON— A Halloween bazaar will be held Wednesday evening at Barton School, sponsored by the Parent-Tencher Association. The program will get underway with a mummers parade at 7:30 p.m., after which a minstrel will " be presented in the school auditorium. The cast of the show includes Cecil Mclz. Ellsworth Russell, Clarence Penman, Caroline Grif' fith, Mae Smith, Belly Mowbray and Norma Jean Metz. The show will be directed by i nez Andrews, and the accompan- „ ist will be Vada Metz. The bazaar committee is under s the chairmanship of Cecil Metz, and includes Caroline Griffith, ' Vada Metz, Ellsworth Russell and Beryl Clark. Marriage Licenses P Issued At Oakland d Robert William Arnold, 24, radio • announcer, and Marilyn Louise 15 Cole, 18, both East Liverpool, 0 Allison Wert Snyder, 20, (par 1 ent's consent) student, and Alice J Fajc Sterling, 19, both near King e wood, W. Va. - James Warren Ullom, 30, pipe fitter, near New Freeport, Pa. t and Wanda Faye Wright, 28, near e Woodruff, W. Va. . Glenn Everly, Jr.; 31, U.S. Air E Force, and Mary Elizabeth Everly 29, both Morganlown, W. Va., for ' mer husband and wife. i John Edwin Price. 21, laborer • near Moatsville, W. Va., and Idola s Dean Marsh, 19, near Philippi, W Va. Richard William Pidgway, 20 (parent's consent) bakci, and Mary Ann Dunn, 18, both Mor Igantown, W. Va. v Windle Briggs, 32, service station attendant, and Lillie Ruth Rhodes 22, both colored, both Pittsburgh Fred Sowards, 28, U.S. Air v Force, Claysburg, Pa., and Lor - raine Joan Greenwood, 22, Farm y inglon, N. H. . William James Stewart, 26, ma e ciiinisl, Saylesville, R. I., and An f Oldrid Burgess, 16, (parent's con - sent) Pawtucket, H. 1. r Adrain Wade Adams, 20, (pa f cut's- consent) trucker, near Mo ganlown, .W. Va., and Mario 1 Evonne Leach, 19, Dellslow, \\ t Va. • John Eugene King, 22, and Shii • ey Jen'n Dwire, 18, both Markle t ton, Pa. • Carl Silas Hiles, 24, U.S. Arm> 1 Confluence, Pa., and Virginia E 5 Icn Savage, 18, Friendsvillc, Md. Ersel Charles Barllett, B4, re e tired, and Lnla Maude Frusli, 05 n both Clarksburg, W. Va. - .Edward Charles Browning, 22 U.S. Air Force, near Oakland, Md and Marie Louise Ray, 26, Ypsi ,anli, Mich. Robert David Wolring, 18, (pal ent's consent) student, ant 1 Ver Ann Johnson, 17 (parent's consent joth Kingwocd. W. Va. ; Wayne Harold Biser, 20. (par . ent's consent) mechanic, Qaklam . Md., and Geraldine Amellia Gank i 18, Crellin, lid. 2 Darwin Wayne Ashburn, 19. (par ] cut's consent) U.S. Navy, Oaklam ! Mdi? and Mary Joseph .Clatter - buck, 19, Deer Park, Md. Alva Junior Rice, 19, (parent' - consent) U.S. Navy, Clarksburg W. Va., and Patricia LaVaugh Griffin, 19, near Morgantown, W : Va. Emily Vance Taylor, 23, miner mi Turnout [omecoming Montgomery Junior ''olleg Knights. The ROTC Corps paraded at hal .ime and paid special tribute t Miss Sue Thayer, of Arlington, Va. "Miss Catamount XVH." Appear ing with her were runnersup in th student body selection, the Misse Janice Mills of Keyser and Slcron Goudy of Parkersbui g. Miss Thay cr was made an honorary lieulcn ant colonel by Cadet L[. Col. David Mason, battalion commander. Ed ward Kawlings. representing Theta Sigma fraternity, sponsors of the queen contest, presented her will a bouquet of red roses. Following the game, about 500 persons attended a chicken barbe- iue at the college farm, sponsored ly the Agriculture Club and the Ionic Economics Club. A- capacity crowd attended the Homecoming dance in the college gymnasium. Miss Catamount was 'ormcrlly presented to the group >y William Ornriorff, -president of ;olh the student body and Theta Sigma Chi. fraternity. She was Jiven a bouquet of roses and, with icr escort, Jblin Chatham, led the ;rand march. Special This Week 1952 PONTIAC . Chieftain Dlx, 2 Door Wi y9f tli Green Chev. Co. i Phone 200 Froitburg OPEN EVENINGS Keyser Man, State Pythian Leader, Feted KEYSER — Olive Branch L'odgc 25, Knights of Pythias, sponsoret a testimonial dinner last week ii honor of Ralph 0. Martin, pasl chancellor of the lodge, who has >cen elected grand chancellor ol the West Virginia K. of P. Among those attending were representatives of Olive Temple and the Kcyser Pythian Sisters unit, and Miss Fannie Davis, Keyser, supreme chief of the Pythian Sisters International, win was one of the speakers. Local business and professional men. also attended, as did Mayor John C. Freeland, and Councilmen Paul Peters and E. T. Kessel. Roy McCabe, past chancellor o the lodge, was toastmaster. Brie talks were given by Evcret White, chancellor commander of the host lodge; Howard N. Rogers, Keyser, member of the Home Board; Walter Schwinabart, Elk Garden, pas grand lodge chancellor, and Coyd Yost, Keyser, past grand chancellor. The principal speaker was Vincent J. W. Scott, Charleston, past supreme lodge chancellor. At conclusion of Scott's address, Martin was presented two gifts, one from the local Pythian membership and the other from the Pythian Sisters. Dinner To HonoV Retired Employes LUKE — A inner honoring the pensioned employes of the Luke plant, of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company Will be held Thursday at 6:30 p. m. at Clarysville Inn. John J. Long, safety director o the Luke plant, will be" toastmaster, and the welcome address will be given by John A. Luke. Invoca, tion will be by Rev. W. G. Wilson, rector of St. James Episcopa Church, Westcrnport. Cub Pack To Meet PIEDMONT — Cub-Pack 33 wil meet at Trinity Methodist Church tomorrow at 7 p. m. Masontown, W. Va., and Pauline Adele Nuce, 20, near Kingwood, W. Va. Carroll Hoyce Jones, 25, florist, and Georgia Lee West, 17, (parent's consent) both Cameron, W. Va. Carol Eugene Summers. 21, parts man, near Fairmont, W. Va., and Betly Jean Clevenger, 18, near Watson, W. Va. Carl Everett' Collins, 26, steel worker, and . JWarlyn Virginia Knotts, 19, both Massillon, Ohio. John' Edward White, 19, (parent's consent) student, Hutton, Md., and Alma Gene Ridder, .19, Oakland, Md. Clayton Reed Livengood, 19, (parent's consent) welder, Cuzzart, W. Va., and Betty Jane Bucklew, 18, Terra AHa, W. Va. Junior Frederick Sines, 28, miner, and Ruth Ann Messenger, 20, botli near Tunnelton, W. Va. James Anthony Sluger, 21, am Beverly Ann Richter, 18, both of Brownsville, Pa. Tom Safranic Jr., 25, truck driver, Pulaski, Pa., and Marcie Anna Brower, 20, Farrcll, Pa. Earl Riley Slickley Jr., 21, Air Force, Fort Ashby, W. Va., and Patricia Ann Holt, 18, Romney, W. Va. Shedrick Lorraine Casteel, 21, miner, and Kalhleen Thorn, 20, both near Tunnelton, W. Va. wp( when§5? ever JjTfVt jli jougo... STATE FAR/VTS\ PERSONALIZED CLAIM SERVICE IS AVAILABLE More, than just a policy, State Farm Auto Insurance carries with it the assurance that there help in case of an accident. At home, it will be the agent who wrote your policy. Away from home, any one of the nearly 8,000 State Farm Agents and claims representatives is ready . to give you friendly personalized claim service. "*A[" It pays fo know fttr OB STATE FARM Agtnt JAMES F. DELANEY 51 Ormond St. PHONE 1142 FROSTBURG, MD. R, R. KUYKENDALL Broddock Rood PArkvicw 4-1125 CUMBERLAND, MD. MORGANTOWN—Enrollment in the College of Education at West Virginia. University is 49 higher than that of the same lime last year,' according to Dean E. K, Fcaster of the college. The dean said 432 students have registered for undergraduate pro- TRAILER CAMP LIFE—Commuting is no problem for ten families of construction men working on West Virginia University's new medical center. They live in trailers in the Flatts sec- tion of Morgantown, just a few steps away from the construction site. Doing some construction 'of their own are Mark J. Iliggs, 11, center; Virgil Tcnnant, 9, left, and brother, Charles, 14. Alumni Group Will Elect FROSTBURG-The Beall High Alumni Association nominating committee met.. recent evening at the City Hall. Candidates were selected for the various offices, and the names will be submitted at the annual meeting of the group at Beall High School, Wednesday, November 23. The alumni's Thanksgiving dance will be held at the Clary Club, with music by the Dave Dysert orchestra. A donation of $200 was given to Hie Beall High Band, and $10 will be presented each year, as the group joined the school's' "Ten Dollars a Year Club." Brief Mention Mrs. Joseph McGreevy and infant son are home from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Sodality devotions will be held Wednesday at 7 p. m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Mrs. G. A. Shuckharl, Wood Streel, is visiting in Philadelphia. Mrs. Harry Reed, Baltimore, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. William Bauer, Welsh Street, and Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford, La Vale. _ Mrs. 'Frederick Brashcar and daughter, of RD 1, returned home from Miners Hospital. St. Michael's Church will sponsor a public social Friday at 8 p. m. in the parish hall. Joseph Condry, Eckhart; Frank Crowe, RD 2, and Oscar Savage, 40 Wright Streel. are medical patients in Miners Hospital. Paul Bender, 185 Bowery Street, and Mary Catherine Wilson, Lonaconing, are surgical patients in Miners Hospital. , Students Finn Sale PIEOMUNT — A magazine sale Piedmont High School to secure funds for the class and school treasuries and to encourage more Vernon A. Staggers. Student Night Parly PIEDMONT - A Sfudent Night party, sponsored by the Piedmont High School Student Council, will be held Friday in the school auditorium from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. Dancing and games will feature. Brazen Thief Takes Purse In Judge's Office BEDFORD—Bedford police have been notified of the theft of a purse from the chambers of Judge Richard C. Snyder, a charwoman reporting her pocketbook taken while she was cleaning the judge's office. Police are working on the theory that the thief, believed to be a man seen loitering in the area, also is responsible for a car stolen a few moments later from a parking lot in the east side of Bedford. Police managed to trace the man several times but missed apprehending him by about 10 minutes in several locations. Authorities also are attempting to locate three women for questioning about the disappearance of a deep fry pan last week from a hardware store here. TVo Merchants Back Free Enterprise Idea DALLAS, Tex. ffl — Winking was declared a part of free enterprise in a peace bond hearing between two clothing store owners. Church Sponsoring Eiivangelislice Meetings FROSTBURG-A series of evangelistic meetings will begin tomorrow and continue through Friday evening, November 5, at Vale Summit Methodist Church. The services will be held daily at. 7:30 p. m. Rev. John Wesley Webb,, pastor of Stuarts Draft (Va.) Methodist Church, will be the evangelist. He was pastor of One of the owners, whose store is the Vale Summit church in 1930. three doors from the other merchant,, took lusty swings at the chin of his competitor who "winks and nods his head when a customer starts into my store." "I don't know how to wink," re- Bihln Class To Meet FROSTBURG — The Van Dyke Bible Class of First Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 7:30 torted the accused. He added that P- m. Mrs. Minnie MacManus and he was ^oing to take winking lessons and hereafter "wink for wink" am' "nod for nod" for enticing customers. "After all," they agreed, "we refreshments, both believe in free enterprise." Bugle Corps Practice FROSTBURG — William Young- :ampaign is being conducted by erman, chairman of Farrady Post, Drum and Bugle Corps, announced :hat practice will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the Legion and better magazines in the Home. The'group will participate homes, according to Principal in the Halloween parade here Friday evening. Hot Game! HAMDEN, Conn. HI — Policeman John H. Olsson handed out two speeding tickets within an hour. Both drivers gave the same excuse' — they were hurrying to a baseball game. "Absolutely no imagination," Olsson complained. :'s Coming... Very, Very Soon Watch Tomorrow's NEWS and TIMES - - : - • - • A Grand Old - Fashioned ANNIVERSARY SALE! Everyone Will be represented by Wilbur Johnson, president, Charles Butler, Lee Miller, Kermit Metz and Eugene Dawon. Representatives of the Luke Local met today in Washington with Williamsburg and Covington delegations to discuss proposed terms of the new contract. Mrs. Margaret Gilbert will be in charge of the program, and Mrs. Florence Hill, Mrs. Fannie Street and Mrs. Albert Klink will serve One of the most important tungsten deposits in the world is the Sangdong mine, near Yohgdol, South Korea. Education Enrollment Increase Noted At WVU grams, as compared to 383 for Hie 1954-55 first semester. A total cf 216 are enrolled in programs lending toward certification for leaching in elementary schools, and another 216 are enrolled in programs leading toward certification for teaching in elementary schools, and another 2lti arc enrolled in programs leading to certification for teaching in secondary schools. In addition, 182 students major- VFW Supper Program FROSTBURG — The Auxiliary!."." of John R. Fairprievo Post 2462,' .--. VFW, will hold a covered dish '.'.' ,r supper tomorrow at 7 p. m. at,. the Post Home for members only/' f A meeting will follow. The next meeting of the unit will f be held Wednesday at 8 "p.m. ^ Members attending a recent District 3 meeting in Ilagerstown in- • eluded Margarc'. Eisle, June 'Per- ; dew, Emily Wears, Esther Wamp- •' Icr. Marguerite Lashley, Bette " Lloyd. Rose Mary Lease and Ros- • elen Hochard. ing in education are in the Grad-' uate School. Most of this number „ . -T. are studying in the following pro- acnes '» "•") : grams: . ' i WESTSRNPORT - Robert L. Masters degree, elementary Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les- school teaching, 48; master's degree,' secondary school teaching, 33; master's degree, elementary school principals, 28; master's degree, guidance, 19, and master's degree, secondary school princi pals, 16. .ie II. Fisher, of Westernport, is • serving phoard the USS Wilhoitc it Seattle. The vessel is part of the 'acific fleet'-: cruiser-destroyer Negotiation Meetings Set LUKE — Negotiations for a new contract for the employes of the Luke, Williamsburg and Covington plants of the West- Virginia Pulp and Paper Company will get underway tomorrow at the Ambassador Hotel, Washington. Luke Local 676, UPA-C10, will antl Da yton Harold Jr., school ai- Hyndman HYNDMAN' - Robert Miller. Hyndman High history teacher, accompanied 40 sophomores to Gettysburg wiiere they toured the bat- tlefiejd. Lloyd Keller, superintendent ol Hyndman-Londonderry schools; Mrs. Hilda Stuby, secretary, and Harry Ahlburn, Richard Shaffer REFRIGERATOR and gas stove 'or sale. Apply 27 First St., Frost-. burg, Md., between 7-9 p. m. Adv. Oct. N-T-21-22-24 rectors, attended the Pennsylvania school directors convention in Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fries, cn- roule to their winter home at St. Petersburg, Fla.. are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Porter. Robert L. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, has returned home from Japan after a three- year service period with the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin See and daughter of Baltimore, visited Mrs. See's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Harden. Miss Matlie Kendall. Homestead, Pa., visited her niece, Mrs. Minnie Howsarc. Mrs. Galen Schrock and daughter, Arthur Albright and Victor Schramm. all of Salisbury, recently visited Mr. and Mrs.' Donley Logue. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morgart aru daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crownover, Piketon. Ohio. Airs. Ross Colvin, Bedford, visit- Mrs. Grace Albright and Mr. and Mrs. Donley Logue. Mrs. Colvin is going to Philadelphia in the near future to make her home with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Colvin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Underwood, Akron, visited Mr. and Mrs-. John Corley. Mrs. Fuller Barclay visited ,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Temke, Harris- 3Urg, and her daughter, Janet Barclay, Hagerstown. Efficient Feeding IS NOT LUCK! We Hav« A Definite Program For All Poultry and Livestock ; Rocco Feeds of West Virginia, Inc. Mooreflfld, W. Vo. Phont Si.181 PALACE THEATRE Mon. - Tu». "The McConnell Story" LYRIC THEATRE Mon. • Tuci. "Eternal Sea" - RADIATORS Removed Repaired Recored DON'S Radiator Shop 20B M>choni< St. Froitbur 9 biggest bargain in home heaters today! GAS HOME HEATER with exclusive Enjoy Warm Floors! 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