Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 26, 1955 · Page 7
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«JMtl PA-2-4600, for a WANT AD Taker , , EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER . 26, 1955 SEVEN 26 Seniors T A group of seniors from Allegany and Fort Hill High School ' today, took the first in a scries of examinations 'in a scholarship test which is nationwide. • •u More than 50.000 senior students ,, 4 in 10.000 schools in' the country ,!" took, the first test between. 9 and ^'il a.m. in an elimination procedure i'lwhich will find 350 of them, enter- fcinf college next year as winners nl of either. a national merit scholar— ship of two additional awards un- r der the same program—Sears -.'Foundation merit scholarships and ' .Time-Life scholarships. . ••rei The 350 winners will be selected ./completely without regard to race, religion or nationality. They may rottend any accredited college or .-university of their choice anywhere within the United States. The amount of support the, will receive will vary from a hundred dollars ake Scholars! a year to the full cost of a four- year college education, based on each student's, need. .'.-.• After today's lest* the 4,000 survivors will take a second examina- lion January 14. The top scorers on that test and on the subse.qiient screening will be notified of their scholarships before next May 1. ' the 1,400 next'- highest rated sU'dents. will be given certificates of merit and their achievements will be circularized among colleges and other scholarship agencies throughout the nation. Ralph P. Wimer, guidance counselor at Fort Hill High School, will give the test to 14 of the best students in the senior class. Only five per cent of the seniors may lake the' test. . Selected for the test at Fort Hill were Ronald Detwiler, Judith Fisher. Evangeline Grimm. Charles iipTest liornbrook, Julienne Kelley, Patricia Kirchncr, Virginia Lillard, Beverly Long, Oliver Parry, George Pitzer, Ruby Riley, Delores Shank, Fred .Sharer and William Tubbs. Alternates are Led Swartzwelder and Ronald Rice. ! William J. .Donahue, guidance counselor at AUegahy High School, will give the scholarship test to 12 seniors, selected fn>m among 36 who took an original aptitude test. They include Betty Beck; Patricia Kerns, Barbara Ossip, Donald Paye. Charles Smith, Margaret Thompson, James Kisner, Jerry Yankelevitz, Denese Sheehe, Alice Hagah, Marjorle Lewis and Sondra Wagoner! . • ; • Although cows on lush pastures give much milk, they tend to lose weight unless they are given supplemental feeding. ' Michigan Bares Reindeer Fossils • CHEBOYGAN,.. Mlch.-^WI-Reln- deer fossils believed to have belonged to- animals once 'roaming the northern, part of Michigan's Lower Peninsula some 11,000 years ago, have been found in a : Cheboygan County gravel' pit.. , The fossils of legs and antlers of a caribou, or reindeer/probably came from an .animal buried in an outwash of sand and. gravel from one of two glaciers which covered the area, Dr. A. H. Stockard of the University of. Michigan Biological department said. "Green Twig" Melal The metal thallium gets its name from: the Greek "(hallos, " which means "green twig." It shows as a green line on the spectroscope. BothDriversFt ... A jury In Allegany County Circuit Court yesterday returned a verdict for the defendant in a damage suit, just as another jury had done*, six months ago. But there was a significant difference. Last April 29 the jury, decided for the defendant in both the original suit and on the cross claim on the grounds that neither driver was negligent. Yesterday the jury, on which Oliver B. Wi.ttig of Frostburg served as foreman, decided that both drivers were negligent. Gordon R. Lcnej, Clean,, N. Y., and the .Travelers Insurance Cq..i- pany; through Attorneys Walter C. Capper and Donald W Mason, had brought suit for $1,200 against Guss E. Lcatherman . of McCoole. Leathernian in turn, through Attorney Edward J. Ryan, filed a cross claim of $1.000. The suits gYew out of an accident Septem- mnd Negligent her 21, 1954 In Chautauqua County, N. Y., in which the automobiles of both Lcnoy and Lcatherman were damaged extensively. After the jury returned the verdicts for the defendants in both suits, the attorneys for the plaintiffs filed a motion for new trial on grounds that the court erred in refusing to allow the plaintiffs to introduce evidence and admit testimony as to the defendant's plea in a criminal case which arose out of the accident. Associate Judge Morgan C. Harris filed an opinion and order Joins College Choir Robert Mann Jr., 131 Cumberland Street, is a member of the Chapel Choir at Gettysburg College. Mann is a sophomore at the cc'lege and is majoring in chemistry. By Jury In Damage Suit /. trial July 1. No such motion was sought by the defendant. Yesterday's trial concerned only the original $1,200 suit. Work, Sleep, Play In Comfort Without Nagging Backache Nuzzlnjc backache, headache, or muscular nehea nnd pains may comeoruvkh over-exertion, emotional ujisela or day to day stress an J strain. And folks who eat and drink unwisely sometimes suffer mild bladder Irritation ...with that restless, uncomfortable feeling. If you are miserable and worn out because of tlieie discomforts, Doan'n Tills often help by their pain relieving action, by their tooth- ing effect to ease bladder irritntlon, and by thelrmild diuretic action through thekidneya — tending to increase the output of the 13 aiiles of kidney tubes. 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Was S 69.50 NOW, 9x12 JUTE RUG PADS Ideal for Under Any 9x12 Rug .... Was $ 14.95, NOW OCCASIONAL CHAIRS AND ROCKERS $14 00 In Bright Topestry Covers Was $ 19.95 NOW I1»UV 2-PC. LIVINGROOM SUITE Sofa Converts into Bed Wai $229.50 NOW "24.88 '44.00 128.00 NUMEROUS OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTED! THE CITY FURNITURE CO. - 38 N. MECHANIC STREET - DIAL PA 2-0370 ' n. v : • ' • - ' '••'.' :. : I . '• 'V . I*

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