Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 26, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 26, 1955
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FROSTBlJRCi-KEYSEil And Tri-Stale Area New* (12) • Evening Times,-Wednesday, October 26, 1955 PRINCIPALS AT DINNER —The annual Columbus Day dinner sponsored by Piedmont Council 685, Knights of Columbus ot Piedmont, and Court Sancta Maria 485, Catholic Daughters of America, was held Sunday at SI. Peter's Hall, Westernport. Proceeds from the -affair, were donated to the parochial school improvement fund. Principals, seated left to right, are Mrs. Joseph H. Grimes, of Martinsburg; her husband, district KC deputy who was one of the speakers; liev. Linus E. Robinson, pastor of St. Peter's,. Church, the .principal speaker; James Kelly," past grand knight of Piedmont Council, who was toastmaster, and Mrs. Kelly. Standing, same order, Tiev. Charles Quinn and Rev; George P.ugh. assistant pastors at St. .Peter's; Allan P. Miller, grand knight.of Council aas, Mrs. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Healy. The dinner was served by a CDA committee and approximately 200 attended. Annual MooreHeld Halloween Parade Slated By Lions Club MOOREFIELD-The annual Hal 'ween parade sponsored by the ioorcfield Lions Club will be held . fonday, beginning at 7 p. m -ccording to C. A. Ludwick Jr chairman. Joseph Schriver, Wendell Hester -nd Lewis Moomau will be parade aarshals and judges will be S. -L, lodd. Rev. Charles Godwin, C. B Jishoff, Paul Tallent, Irvin Bow nan and John McNeil!. Members •>f the prize commitlee are Wil ' ]am Clarke. Paul Keasey, Charles Jean and W. C. Harper. The parade will be composed of '--i pet section, dn-wheels section jid separate sections for the .-ounger and older mummers. The pet section will be formed "rom the court house to Duffey Memorial Methodist Church, the 'Mi-wheels' section from Ihe courl 'louse north, the younger mum -ners from the court House to Main ,",treel. and the older mummers "rom the court house toward the •jrade school building. " -The line of march will be from 'he court house to Diiffcy Church, •vest on Winchester Avenue to .'Jain Streel and north lo the high •chool building where the annual 'cslival sponsored by the PTA will "jc, held. Prizes which have been donated "ly! local merchants will be jwarded; - Ludwick has asked residents lo 'eave porch lights burning along 'hp parade route. Participants in 'he parade are to be al Ihe courl 'louse at 6:30 p. m. so they can be organized in sections before the :ime of the parade. ; Loju/coTiing LONACONING-The OES Officers Club was entertained. Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Phillips, with Mrs. Mabel Schaidt is co-hoslcss. Honors were won by Elhel Dobson, Jean George, Le'ltie" Small, .-Mildred Lewis and Lila Mowbray. A Halloween parly and dance will be held this evening at the VFW Home. Prizes will be award- QUEEN CANDIDATE—Rebecca Hamilton of Oakland, a freshman in nursing at the Uni-. vcrsily of Maryland, is one of 23 students who have been selected 'as candidates for "Miss Homecoming" of the university. The winner will be crowned fiy Clifton Fuller ot Cumberland, (luring a ceremony Saturday prior to the Maryland-University' ot South Carolina football game. Truck Traffic On Turnpike Up Sharply OES Chapter Program To Fete Masons FROSTBURG-Mt. Chapter 15. Order Eastern Star, will meel lo- day at 8 p. m. at the".Masonic Temple, with. Mrs. Ann Bennett, worthy matron,'.and R. Edgar Bennett, worthy patron, presiding.' . Following'the business meeting, the chapler. present a program in honor, of Ml..Lodge 99, . consist of a William Lawyer; AF and AM.- The program magic act by piano and dance numbers by Mrs. William Lawyer and her son,"William Lawyer Jr.. and Mrs. Helen Bridges, who will sing Hillbilly songs and play the guitar. Miss Mary Lou Pritcnard is chairman of the refreshment committee and Mrs. Bennett of the entertainment committee. Brief Mention Frostburg Council 08, Daughters of America, will meet today at 7:30 p.m. in the Junior Order Hall. Mrs. Edna Engle will preside. First Presbyterian Church will sponsor a rummage sale Saturday at the church, beginning at 10 a.m. Blopdmobile Plans Garrett County Visit GHANTSVIIXE - The mobile iunit from the Johnstown (Pa.) Regional Blood Center will make a 'slop in Garrcll. County next ; month, the visit being scheduled Wednesday, November 9. Grantsvillc Reformed Church wi|l be • the headquarters for the visit, with donors scheduled to report between the hours of•noon and 6 ;). m., according to Mrs. Grovcr E. Stemple, county recruitment chairman. Mrs. Robert Davis is in charge of local arrangements. The quota .for the visit is 100 pints of blood, 'she explained; adding that resi- 'dents of the area who wish to contribute to.the program can secure appointments by phoning her at 'irantsvjlla'-ilS.-.'.' . . Others' who wish to 'donate blood can report 'at any time during the lours of - the .visit, Mrs. Davis stated.. . ' ; Brief Mention Delegate's from the. Garrett bounty Teachers-Association who attended the Maryland Slate Teachers convention were Paul Mulia, president; A. B. Deafc, second vice president, Ra'.ph Beachey, Paul Ewing, Ernest Spoerlein, Miss Ann Dilgard and Miss Frances Patterson. Mrs. Henry .F. Durst and Mrs. Vernon Beachy will .entertain the WSCS at a meeting at Grantsville Methodist Church tomorrow at 8 x m. Mrs. Eveline Durst will be .eader. . 'The .WSCS will' hold a week of Prayer and . Self Denial service Sunday at 11:15 a. m. Mrs. Clay- .bn Edwards will be in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Getty .and daughter, Hagerstown; Mrs. W. D. Getty, Washington, and Miss Ann Smart, Baltimore, visited Mrs. Joseph F.'Fancy,', who remains il! at her home. .Mr. and Mrs.- William Huff, Akron, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowers and Mrs Florence Durst, Jennings. Charles Speicher, Westminster, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Speicher. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Scott and daughters, and Mrs. .Savilla Scott, all of Hopwood, Pa., visited William Baker and Mrs. Kuth Durst, of near Grantsvillc. Mrs. J. W. Stanton, who spent the past three weeks -with Brig. Gen. and Mrs. W. M. Powell, Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. W. H. Powell, Fayetlsville, N. C., returned home accompanied by her son, Paul Stanton and family, Pikesville. Martin Winterbcrg, Bridgeport, Conn., who visited his sister, Mis: George's Creek. Zone WSCS, will meet at Barton Methodist Church tomorrow at 10 a.m. Hcv. Paul V. Taylor, pastor of Zion Evangel ical Reformer Church will be Ihe speader. A luncheon will be served by (he-host unit. The Auxiliary of'the" Clarysville Fire Company will hold a card party in the Fire Hall, tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. Mrs. Vernon Poole and daughter, 101 Walnut Street and Mrs. James Myers and son, RD 1, have returned to their homes from Miners Hospital. BEDFORD — Truck traffic through the local interchange ofy,,',,,], Q f Brethren the Pennsylvania Turnpike has at- 1 :.,,,' most returned to its pro-July levels'Cliiireh Hold Party after a sharp drop during the summer months, attendants report. The number of trucks . passing through the interchange fell by an average of 400 daily after a new, higher fare schedule for tractor- trailers went into effect July 1. Many truck firms pulled their rigs FROSTBURG — The youth - of Cherry Grove Church of the Brethren held a party a recent evening in the chrch basement. There were 28 members and guests present. Games were played, with Dorothy Durst, Carole Durst, ,nd Dean Durst in charge. x '~ tliey could operate on other roads!Refreshments were served by nl ' : morc cheaply. But, after three- Doris Wilhelrn, Dailey Merrill, The next meeting of the group will be held at the church Friday PAW - The Sub-District . .. b .. off the turnpike, contending sd for costumes. The Post Auxiliary will hold a candy sale anil !„,„,,, cheaply games parly. !months below "normal," traffic:Gerald Warnick. Darrell Merrill The Republican Club will holdj nmv nas ncar iy reached the June and Mrs. Glen Durst, a!masquerade dance at the club! 30 averages here. . rooms tomorrow evening. Prizes] T | )C i 0( . g j interchange is regard- will be awarded for the best' dressed, funniest and most original costumes. Mrs. .lames Hotchkiss is recuperating from an illness at her home. Airman Fred R. Trost left Monday night for Keeslcr Air Force Base, Biloxi, Jliss., after visiting .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W..C. Trost. The Auxiliary of SI. Peler's Church will sponsor a public card parly in Ihe Pytihan Hall this evening. Advance Night will be held by Martha Washington Chapter 10, Order Eastern Star, Friday al 8 P: m. Mrs. Betty Smith, associate matron, and James Stcele, asso- ' ciate patron, and other officers will exemplify degree work. Ailcs Acting Judge At Court Session HOMNEY —' Attorney John C. Ailes was selected to serve as acting judge at a special session of Hampshire County Court Monday, due to the illness of Judge Harlan M. Calhoun. The court was called to consider motions for judgment, totaling ?3,626.75,! in five separate cases. Youth Rally Planned Christina Winterberg, and brother. W i 11 i a m Winterberg, returnee home with his brother and,Harry C. Edwards. Conservationist Unit Touvs Area ROMNEY — A group of Rhode Island conservationists toured Hampshire County recently as guests of the Potomac Valley Soil Conservation Service. Sloan Timbrook, Howard Mulledy and E. P. Saville, Potomac Valley District supervisors, were hosts on the tour. Dikes on the South Branch were inspected, as were contour orchards, irrigation ponds, cover crops, grassland farming, pasture improvement and the Baker lime plant, which is owned and operated by the local conservation district. Class To See Film FHOSTBURG — The Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. at which lime'Mrs. John G. Cook will present an il- iuslraled address of a recenl trip Methodist Youlh Fellowship hold a rally tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at Paw Paw Methodist Church. Following services, games will be played and refreshments served. Halloween Social •LUKE — The I.ukc School .will hijld its annual social at Ihe school Friday afternoon. The affair will begin al t p. m. with a film, "She Wore a . Yellow . Ribbon," after \$iich the children will parade In costume to Grant, Pratt and Fair- yjclV streets mid return to the school where the social will he hjld. Refreshments will he sold. «Thci'C nrc 2,000 cur Imuidrirs'ln the Unllcd .Stales, nboul 1,400 of .-which Are large'enough to handle 1,000 or more cnrs n day. cc the best indicator of overall ruck use of (lie turnpike since it is a major trucking center and is the center of an area where more than a dozen major firms operate relay points or terminals, mostly sending' trucks over the turnpike cast and west: Ellis J. Foor, chief collector iicrc. said tire' downward trend in truck traffic 'was halted and began to move upward again early in September. Jt was feared Ihe lighcr fare system would result in a "boycott" of the lurnpike in favor of U.S. routes 22 and SO, and figures of the first three months tended lo subslanliale Ihis. Bui officials say trucks are returning, having found operating costs are still lower on the turnpike even with the increased fares. By-Laws To Be Read LUKE— A reading and discussion of the by-laws of the Pnrenl- Teariier Association of Luke School will be held at the school Wednesday, November , 2; at 7:30 p. m., according to William Smith, president. • • • ' • ' Undergoes Qpr.raijon WESTERNPORT — Alwyn Eoal, Green Street; who underwent an operation in Union. Memorial' Hospital, Baltimore, is doing salisfac- tarily according to reports. For Sale: Gas range, Phone Frostburg 285-W. WINDOW GLASS Prepare For Winter , . . now is the time to replace that broken window, LEMMERT BROS, PAINT & HARDWARE PHONE 360 FROSTBURa STOKE HOURS DAILY !•! f. M, SATURDAY S.9 r, M. November 4. Alumni To Set Plans For Christinas Fete WESTERNPORT-A meeting of the Alumni Association of Bruce High School will be held tomorrow at. 8 p.m. .to make plans for their annual Christmas dance. Henry AVilt: president has requested officers, committees and other members to attend. Receives Training KEYSER-Pfc. .lames R. Moo- mau, son of Mr. and. Mrs. W. J. Moomau, Kcyscr, is undergoing training, .with . the 501st ABN-IBF, at Fort Jackson, S. C. For Rent: 3 Room furnished apartment, private bath, and entrance. Adults. Phone 191-J. Frostburg. . . PALACE THEATRE .':' ' .Wed. Thur. ' Technicolor "The Purple Plain" Gregory Peck Your favorite Yordley ••' ' f / 1 '• . ', '" fragrance in new .'A Spray Mist Flacoii For. flnftrtlp •ttmliiftfl $2.25 £ Shupe's Pharmacy Phone 520 Froitburg s le took lo Europe. Friends: Sale of merchandise conlinues. „ I am not selling out. Witlig's 0 5: D Music-Flower Shoppe, Frostburg. Adv.— Oct.-26-N-T , -HILL TOP INN— | Se« TaUviiton At Hi Belt For the Best of FOOD bring the family to HILLTOP ROUTE 40 9 Milei Wilt of Froitburg PHONE 713 Mt.CITY ROLLER RINK ,-. Skating Wed. - Fri. - Sat. Nights For Skating Parlies Phone Fbg.438-J • ' IJ^KK Flowers ^8^ horn In* ^^lireenlioBse Harvey's «WHOU« 1. Miln SI, Ftoitbiiro Phom 1M .Open 1:30 o.m. . lo 5 p.m. Doll/ Chsttl Alt Day <ui'M HOMECOMiftG OFFICIALS —Officers ot the Alumni Association of the West Virginia School for.the Deaf and members of. the committee who were in charge of the- recent homecoming celebration are shown above. Seated, left to right, are Charles E: Marsh,-trustee who served as general chairman of arrangements;'William ' Kabulski, first vice president, and Hugo Schun- hoff, trustee and superintendent of the Romney school. Standing, same' order, are A. V. Bills, '- Oshel Scragg and Harry Grabill, who handled (Inactivities program, and Glenn R. Hawkins, trustee. .. Dorius Johnson of Akron was elected new president of the alumni group. Forester Named For Grant County HOMNEY — Assistant Forestet \Ielvin J. Vor.bach has announced hat Silvio Leonard!, Great Cacapon, has been appointed forester or Grant County. . Prior .-'to joining the Division ol forestry, Leonard! was employee by the Department of Public As sistance in Berkeley Springs. He plans lo move his family to 'etersburg in the near future. Workmen Start Installing Lines KEYSER — Workmen today be ;an installing some of the heotinj ines in Ihe Mineral County Cou'r House, the temperature of whicl las been on .the chilly side in re cent days. The building has been withou icat since late last month when the old heating plant and lines were dismantled to make room for a lew system. The court was late in awarding a contract for a new leafing plant and allaches said tin wilding has been colder than thi weather outside in recent days. ]t was reported thai Ihe new equipment will not be available for installation until mid-Novcm ber. ;,-, ..'; Marking Receipts Up KEYSER — Parking meter receipts for the .-week ending lasi Saturday amounted io ?288.2T, said Sty'Clerk Carl F. Theis.Jr:, add- ng thai receipts for the previous veek were $301.69., '•''-. . Furniture, many pieces for sale. Apply 73 E/ Main Street, Frost- iurg. Adv.—Ocl.-N-T-26 Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWIS Concrete Products B Taylor St. -Froitburg PHONE 322 Motorola TV Motorola 5-star Deluxe' metal table set with big 21 ".screen—in Bronze, Charcoal or Blond. Right-Up-Front .tuning. Model 21T26. .$189.95 MOTO RADIOS Bob's Radio 69 E. MAIN ST. Frostburg PHONE 87 Fire Reported; Only F firmer Up With Sick Coiv Parade Time Change Noted FROSTBURG — The Halloween parade, sponsored by the Frost- Melvin J. Vorbach reported the ^ UT g pj re Department and the City ROMNEY —Assistant Forester first forest fjre in District 2 occurred Monday, when a fire broke out south ol Petersburg, near Ihe Pendlelon County line. Despite high winds, it was placed under control after it had burned one-tenth of an acre, Vorbach said. Saturday night a motorist reported' seeing a fire in the forest along 1 Route 50, near Burlington. Vorbach hurried to the area only to find a farmer sitting up with a sick cow and .treating it for milk .fever. He had built the fire to keep warm, he explained, planning to stay with the animal all night. The Belgian Congo is larger than the part of the United States lying east of the Mississippi Hiver. Potomac Classics Glut 1 Plans KEYSEK-The Classics Club ott' Potomac Stale -College will hicelj omorrow at li:30 p. m. in the cow'.' ego library. The 'speaker at the*. program .will 'he 'Kenneth fv llaines, instructor of. modern lanS Ullages,' who will review Jolianfj; • Soelhe's masterpiece, '"Faust." f ] • llaines is. a graduate of Wesjj Virginia University, class of 1952'ii |le received hi: master of arts dcji »rec in 1952, majoring in French) • and minoring in German. While aft' (lie university, he was elected ij] membership in Phi Beta Kappa, m The Classics Club, organized bjfi Miss Mary Shipper, college libjj i nun, presents'monthly review!), and discussions from the Sfi? John's College list/of 100 Greatj Books, said to contain (he best oj< . hat has been thought and. said! since the beginning- of civilization';* Local residents may attend thcsK club meetings, officials said, ajjt • well as members of the facullj! and students.' ; .' !!} Al a meeting last'riionth, Paul FC1' Iverson, head of.the:.mathematicS' department, presented a revie\|rj. of Hegel's '"Philosophy of. His];, lory." -" ; -,'•••' |j : There are about 74 million horsejn in the world, about .22. per cen.t : fewer than before World. .War ij-i of Froslburg, will form Friday at 0:45 p. m. on High Slreel and proceed down Main lo Bowery Street at 7 p. m. The parade was previously scheduled for a later tim« in starting, but was changed due to the football game at Beall High School. Leslie Bevan aifd Alvin liankin. co-chairmen of the parade committee, have requested firemen to report at the Fire Hall at 6:30 p. m. for assignment of policing the line of march of the parade. They have also asked that floats entered in Ihe parade, approach High Street from Frost Avenue, where they will be assigned to a position in line. Prizes will Ire awarded at the end of the parade'on Bowery Street. RCA & ZENITH TELEVISION i .-•• -'•' . .'""' ••" • *: We Service.All Make* Work Guaranteed | - - :'-'..,.'.- ':'. ' B Electric Appliance Co. 19 Union St. -Dial 442V Lone-toning Its About Here ... See Tomorrow's NEWS - TIMES for the Startling News Men and Women Get Ready For The Most Get Set For The Bargains In This Grand Old Fashioned ANNIVERSARY i .-".V. . m m » m-m < : •::•<•.:•/:

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