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FKOSTBURG-KEYSEIl And Tri-§lalc Area News (10) Evening Times, Thursday, October '27, 1955 Keyser Legion Post Planning two Veterans Day Programs f KEYSER — Boyce-Houser Posl 41, American Legion, will sponsor two programs here on Veterans Day, November II. •' The fiist will be presented at 11 a. m.. before the monument in Memorial Park, and the other will be radio broadcast. - Rev. Donald D. Anderson, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, will deliver Ihc memorial address. The program will include a street parade, starting at 10:15 a. m., from the formation point on Maryland Street. • The parade will move, north on South and Norlh Main strcels to Center Slreel, from where they will march to Memorial Park. The R'OTC Band of Potomac Slate College and Keyser High School Band will furnish music for the parade and al the park. The HOTC battalion, with firing squad, will be in:the line of march. Cpl. F. H. Tribetl of the local detachment of Slate Police will be parade marshal. At Memorial Park. Raymond L. Murray, president of the Mineral County Chamber of Commerce, will be master of ceremonies. At 11 a. m., a minute of silence, honoring the war dead, will be observed." after which the bands will play the national anthem, followed by invocation by Rev. S. A. F. Wagner, pastor of Grace Methodist Church and another band selection. ..At conclusion of Rev. Mr. Anderson's talk, another band selection will be given, followed by benediclion by Rev.-John I human, assistant pastor of the Catholic Church of the Assumption, /file HOTC firing squad wilj be under direction of Sgt. Phillip Beall, and Fred Peiler and lace Shaver will play laps. At 1 p. m., a flag presentation program will be given on the grounds of the local radio station, with the program being broadcast The speaker on this occasion will be Chesler Phillips, commander of the Department of West Virginia, American Legion. Father Hannmi will give the invocation, and a flag salute will be given by the College ROTC unit, with Fred Pfcifer, and Wallace Shaver play ing laps. Miss Belly. Neuhauser, commander of Boyce-Houser Posl, will introduce the speaker at the flag presentation ceremony. :-The committee in charge of the programs is composed of .Ralph M. Marsh, chairman, F. W. Steward and A. V. Gallion. New Officers PTA Installed ' KEYSER—Officers of the Key ser Parent-Teacher Association were inslallcd at a recent meeting in the auditorium of Keyser High School. .: William Michael, retiring president, installed Mrs. Ross W. Prysock as president, and Paul Iverson as second vice president. Mrs. Charles Maine, the new recording secretary, was nol present. .Visitation by parents lo the school rooms preceded the business session. A large attendance of parents were present. During the business session, brief talks were made by Michael, Mrs. Prysock and Ivcrson. -.Parker Black, principal, presented a report as treasurer of Ihc PRESBYTERY WORKER— Miss Ada G. Baker, Kmis|o\vn, Va.. has accepted the position of presbytery worker in education and extension of the Presbyterian churches in this area, according to Rev. P. Cary Adams, pastor of Romney Presbyterian Church, chairman of the church extension committee of the Winchester (Va.) Presbytery. Her. duties' will include surveying communities for organizing Sunday Schools and new churches, visiting pastor-less churches and addressing groups on the work of home missions. Safely Council, y Group Air Traffic PTA. Officers Named By Ariou Baud FROSTBURG — Charles Schul; FROSTBURG — Chief of Po lice Lloyd Truly, Police Commissioner Arthur Thomas and Mayoi Perry Myers met yesterday with several represenlalives of Ihe Western Maryland Safely Counci to discuss the traffic problem at Big Savage Mountain. The group ' visilcd the scene -here the brakes failed on a trailer rig which look the lives of five people last Wednesday, discussed possible solutions 'lo the problem and gave view points for the elimination of runaways and speeders in the area. An appointment witli Paul Burke, director of the Maryland Traffic Safety Commission, was made for Monday al 8 p. m. in Ihe City Hall, when a group of cilizens will meet with him to further discuss the problem and find a solution which will be put into aflecl at once. ' Hrief Mention .'The Senior Christian Endeavor Society of Salem Evangelical Reformed Church will meet today al 7:30 p. m. al the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Brode, Frosl Avenue Extended. The meeting, previously scheduled for tomorrow evening, was changed due lo Ihe Halloween parade. Thomas G. Lehr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. Lehr, Frost Avc- me, has enrolled at Bailey Technical institute, SI. Louis. The Midlothian llomemakers Club will meet Monday at 7:30 ). m. at the home of Mrs. Albert iVinner. Consol. Miss Mary T. Wise, home demonstration agent, will demonstrate new methods for and floor treatment. A iiasqueratle party will be held. The Frostbitrg Elks will sponsor Halloween masquerade dance, tomorrow, beginning at 9 p. Members and friends may attend. The Ladies Aid Soeiejy of Firsl 2 i Congrcgalional Church will meel ning in the band 1 Others elected-were Dale Nolan, vice president; Donald Jlanna, secretary-treasurer; Darrell Zeller, 'director; Thomas Lewis, as- sislanl director. Clarence Powers. Richard Hamill, librarian; J. Fred Shoe-key, James Kight, publicity Shockey and Joseph Barry,' trustees. Mrs. Clara Vogtman. John Watson. RD 2, is a medical patient in Miners Hospital. Albert Wager, Welsh Hill, is ill at his home. Mrs. Betilah Skidmore returned to Salem, Va., afler visiling her Ison and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Harold Skidmore, 234 Mech- Strecl. :il Tomlinson, Wrights CrosS ling, has returned to his home 'from Miners Hospital. Sunday School Class Holds Program. Sale KEYSER—Mrs. Bane's Sunday School Class mel recently at Ihe home of .Mrs. Vivian Trcutlc South Water Street. Co-hoslesses were Airs. Rebecca Homan, Mrs. liay Bright and Mrs. Frances Donahue. Mrs. Myda Neel conducled the devotions. Following the business session, conducted by Mrs. Lester Dales, an auction sale was held with Mrs. John Droppleman and Mrs. Ilarrj Taylor as auctioneers. Palicnl In Hospital, •FROSTBUHG — Mrs. Clayton Williams daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Craze. East Main Street is a palienl in Sinai Hospital. Baltimore. 'Area Woman Eluded ,To District Position PIEDMONT — Mrs. Elmer ,1. Shaver, president of the Piedmont Woman's Club, was elected treasurer of the Eastern District, West Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs al a recent meeting in Berkeley Springs. Attending the meeting from the Piedmont Club were Mrs. T. D. Campbell, Mrs. Larry Dimasi, Mrs. Bond Pence, Mrs. Ormal Hoover, Mrs. Ormond Lcdlow, Mrs. Daniel Small, Miss Leonora Burns. Mrs. Harry Baker, Mrs. Ray Me- itomar, Mrs. .Madeleine Elliott, Mrs. Rex Chilcote and Mrs. Shaver. Join the Firemen's . : Halloween Parade -• NOISE MAKERS "•MASKS '• CONFETTI • Charlie Hill's . NEWSSTAND W. Moin St. Frotrburg Plans Wiener R«:iM WICSTRRiNPORT-Mcmbers of the Luther League of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church and llicir friends will hold a wiener roasl and mcel- iii;, Sunday at the Wilson Farm. They will meel al Ihc church al 5:15 p, m., and members arc lo furnish buns. II is possible lo smell "as little as one pnrl ozone In ten million parts .of air. 0/onc is a form of oxygen. ! South Carolina was the cighlh stale lo rnllfy Ihc Constitution ol Ihe United Stales, being admltlcd to-the-Uiilon Alny 23, 1788. Council Votes For Cleaning Town Sewer WESTERNPORT—The sewer in ie vicinity of Church Street which has a considerable amount of rock interfering with proper drainage during periods of unusual rains, will be cleaned out. A recommendation to that effect • Harry Richards, water com missioner, was approved at a special meeting of Mayor Okey E Michael and Town Commissioners and it was ordered that the Pills burgh Pipe Cleaner Company be employed to do the work. An estimate the company sub milted on September 21 was for 2S eight-hour days for three men and equipment at Ihe rate of $17.50 per hour. The town will haul the debris away. Another special meeting will be held Thursday, November 3, at 7:30 p. m. to discuss the sale of bonds amounting to 5360,000. Representatives of bonding conir panics will be at the meeting. The bonds will be used for Ihe proposed filtration plant to be erected on Weslernporl Hill, and an auxiliary storage lank to be located on the new Bruce High School grounds on Philos Avenue. The lank is expected to provide sufficient water for Ihe High School and the residents in the Green's Addition area, according lo Commissioner Richards. WSCS To Hold Service Today LONACONING — The WSCS of First Methodist Church will hold a worship service in observance of the Week of Prayer and Sell Denial, today al 7:30 p. m. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Joseph Young. Mrs. Olivia Broadwaler and Miss Eleanor Evans will be Ihe speakers. The WSCS held a birthday party last week in the church recreation room. A musical program fea- lured a vocal solo by Mrs. Doris Lee Struck. ' A lalk on Ihe organization of the unit on October 1940. was given by Mrs. Martha Humphrey,. Mrs. Hilda Phillips, president, also spoke. Three of the older members Mrs. Mary Kroll, Mrs. Samuel James and Mrs. Berlie Dick, were guests of honor. A vocal solo was also presented by .Miss Eleanor Evans. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ida Donaldson and 'her committee. West Virginia Forests Billion-Dollar Industry Driver Of Mishap Car Identified JIEyERSDALE—Robert E. Ale- Williams, 38, of Meyersdale, has jeen identified by stale police as he driver of an automobile which •ecently injured Iwo rural Berlin men. Dennis Fochlman. 43, of RD 3, ierlin, was listed in critical condition in Bedford Memorial llos : lital Monday night with injuries sustained in the crash. Also ad- nilled, bul later released, was ml Foehtman, 31, of RD 3, Berlin. Police said the McWilliams car 'ailed to negotiate a curve on Leg- slative Route 55051 norlh of New Baltimore. The older Foehtman suffered severe head cuts, possible fractured ribs, possible internal injuries, and severe shock. Mc- IVilliams was not hospitalized. Damage in Ihc accidenl was estimated at about $800. Mt. Savage MT. SAVAGE — The Cheerful Dard Club met a recent evening al Ihe home of Mrs. Cecelia Al- jrighl in Cumberland. Refresh- nents were served and prizes were won by Miss Marlha Reagan, Mrs. Alice Aleade and Msr. Berlha Farrcll. A social will be held in St. Patrick's Hall lomorrow al 7:45 p.m. under the sponsorship of Court Theresa 557, Catholic Daughters of America. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lpwery, Broadway, Va.. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Iscr and sons. Ml. Morris, Mich., visiled tier mother, Mrs. Alice Byrnes. Mrs. Edward O'Connor, Suilland, and daughter, Mrs. Joseph Nolan, Baltimore, attended Ihc funeral of Mrs. Adelle Noonan. Mrs. .Robert Freno and daughter, returned to Conncllsville, Pa., 'af- lei visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Retzcr. Dennis Brailer. son of Mr. and Mrs- Cletus Brailer, is a medical patient in Sacred Heart 'Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Aloysius Monahan and granddaughter, Donna Rac .Maley, returned to Washinglon after visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Shaffer. Mr. -and Mrs. John W. Thocrig and son returned lo .Akron afler visiting Mrs. Harriett Thoerig and Mrs. Cora Walsh. Miss Irene Walsh returned to Barberlon, Ohio, after visiting relalives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Often and daughter, Barberlon, visited Mrs. Vcrda Often and Mrs. Cora Walsh. Jiulgc Siilisfiic.loi-y MOOREFIKLD — Atlachcs al nockinghnm Memorial Hospital, llarrisonburg, Va., this morning reported Judge Hnrlan M. Calhoun us "progressing satlsfac- lorllly." He was admitted October 20 after being stricken with a heart attack while presiding nt a session' of Pendlclon County Court, Krnnklln. West Virginw GOP Leader Offers Budget Study Plan CHARLESTON, W. Va. W - A Republican proposal Hint the House of Delegates consider the butlgel bill while sitting 'as- a committee of-the whole apparently, was face- lo-facc with considerable Democratic oppos'lioh loday. Minority . Leader Cecil Underwood (H-Tylcr) said that unless parliamentary procedures block him he'll propose that the House organize itself as a committee of the whole al the 30-day budget session of the Legislature in January. He also believes that Hie House subsequenlly might 'divide itself into four or five subcommittees, each with an assigned portion of Ihe budget bill. He explained: "These subcommittees could conduct public hearings and call department heads as witnesses. They would be asked to explain how they arrived at their .budget estimates, and just how they planned to spend the money." - . . House Speaker W. E. Elannery (D-Logan) and Majority Leader Martin Bowles (D-Kanawha) scoffed al Underwood's proposed "reform" in Hie method of considering State budgets. LUMBERMEN AT WORK—Almost two-thirds of West Virginia's area is in commercial forest land, it is'the only stale to lie entirely within- the Appalachian hardwood region, and the woods and mills employ one out of every ten workers in the state. The top photo shows lumberjacks using a crosscut saw on a yellow poplar at Lost Branch in Mingo County. The' jower picture shows sawmill workers treating mine ties at Gilbert in the same county. West Virginia coal mines use 35 different kinds of wood. (AP Photos) CHARLESTON I.Ti-Tlie grizzled, [ray-haired man in the crane deft f slipped the longs of his cable around each side of the freshly cut og, precisely at the balance point. Manipulating the levers in the cab. he whipped the 2.000-pound og up and over to a wailing (ruck n Ihe hills of Mingo County. This s Roy While, who lias been tossing the big logs around for almost r ears. At 118, he probably is the Moun- ain Stale's oldesl loader in a'pro- ession almosl as old as America. Forestry has come a long way iince Caplain John Smith reported 'the counlry most over growne vilh pyncs" in IMS. Early sellers hewed some of Ihe timber nlo homes and barns, but most of I was burned at community "log- •ollings." Today, almost two-thirds of West Virginia's area is in commercial oresl land, providing the resources or a two-billion-dollar industry. Unique Location ft is the only stale to lie entirely vithin the Appalachian hardwood region. Roy White and 14,000 ither persons are employed in the voods and mills—one out of every 0 workers in the stale. »Thern are hundreds of sawmills. Some planls turn out finished products. They make wooden heels at Rainclte, pool tables in Poca- lonlas County, shovel handles al arkersburg, and clothespins at Hichwood. Native white oak is converted nlo barrel slaves in Braxlon Coun- y. . The market is wide because he U. S. Bureau of Standards insists thai whisky musl be aged in vliite oak barrels before it may be called bourbon. Yet, most of West Virginia's com- nercial lumber production is" exported lo olhcr stales because Ihe slate hasn't developed mamifac- .uring of hand producls for which he woods are ideally suited. 'Arthur D. Little Co. assessed this potential. in its recent industrial survey of Wesl Virginia. Woocl- vorking is one of four industries ov. Marland is aiming for in his current "sales" tours across the country. Wesl Virginia, in 1949 cut about 175 million board feel of saw lim- >er—trees about nine inches liameter. Some 17 billion board 'eel were left standing. Eternal Industry Coal could be mined out in hundreds of' years". But forest Indus- ries say timber culling can con- .imie at its current rate as long as the land is intacl. "Counting trees of all sizes," said a Wcsl Virginia industry spokesman; "we're growing wood wice as fast as its used." Does this mean a tree is plantei every lime one is felled? Thai question usually brings a chuckle. As generous as nature is in Wesl Virginia, foresters say. it's about like asking if a farmer re-sec-Jj In's meadow every time he cuts a crop of hay. Wood is like any other crop, (hey say, except thai harvest time only comes once every 20 years or so. Except where land is repeatedly burned or overgrazed, nature .does a replanting job man cannot match. . On one industrial tree farm in Fayelle County, open fields were protected. from grazing cattle for! Five years and 5,000 lo 7.000 seed-] lings per acre came up. Thai many could never grow inlo .cutable titn- icr, however, because of natural competition for sunlight and nourishment. To prevent Irees from dying a natural death without being useful, man thins the stands by cutting a free crop from time fo lime. Good management practices grow more wood per acre. Left alone, there could be as few as 12 frees per acre eventually. An oak cut in Fayelle County in J952 had 357 annual rings and measured 54 inches in diameter at For Sale: frame severely burned areas, abandoned or depleted agricultural lands. The Conservation Department says one million acres of steep and eroded agricultural land needs reforestation in West Virginia. Abounds In Hardwoods Almost 30 per cent of Wesl Virginia's plentiful timber is hardwoods, such as. white oak. red oak, yellow poplar, black walnut, ash. maple, beech and hickory. West Virginia hardwoods are broad leafed Irees thai shed their leaves every fall. Hardwoods aren't necessarily "harder" than soflwoods. but they're gcncrallj more valuable. SolUvoods arc usually evergreens. Every hardwood found in West Frostburg 1388 Virginia now is considered usable for one or more purposes in coal mines. A survey of nine major- coal producers in the stale found; them using 33 species of wood/ Mosl of the sawmills arc scalier-, cd in the southern- two-thirds of; ;he state. Heaviest production is in Nicholas and Crecnbricr coun-j Lies. Four companies still have- Lheir own railroads. ! They often build roads to isolated areas, so crews can fell the Irees and buck them into logs or skid them out in tree lengths if terrain permits. Mechanized equipment at the road hauls them to the log dump, where they are put on trucks for (he mill. A Iriple band mill al Rainelle is one of the biggest hardwood Elkins Surgeons Affiliated With Tucker Hospital PARSONS — Two surgeons from Elkins have become affiliated with Tucker County Hospital here, They are- Dr. Maxwell H. Bloomburg and Dr. Dona'.c S. Prltt. Dr. Bloomburg will be at the^ local hospital lo ".ondttcv a clinic^ on diseases of the bones, joints and fractures . each Wednesday and when needed. lie is a fellow of the American Medical Association: fellow of ihc International College of Surgeons arid a diplomat of the American Board of the Orthopedic Surgery and of West Virginia Medical Society. Dr.- filoomburg has previously been senior orthopedic surgeon at Waterbury (Conn.) Hospital and consultant orthopedic surgeon'at New Milford (Conn.) Hospital. In 1953. he was invited lo Chicago to participate in a round table- dis- icussion under Ihe auspices of the Flannery said the LegislaturejNational Foundation of Infantile would have ample i time to get ac- Paralysis. He is a graduate of Tufts University and had been resident orthopedic surgeon under Dr. Arthur Steindler at the University of Iowa. ' Dr. Prill is a doctor of surgical ihiropody. He was gradualed from quainted with the budget in the forthcoming 30-day session. Bowles' said with 'reference to- Underwood's proposal, thai "for all praclical purposes, we're that sort of thing now." doing He added lhal the House mem- the Illinois College of 'Chiropody bership has studied the budget "line-by-line. and page-by-page" at previous sessions before taking fi- and will be in Parsons each Saturday. Mrs. Helen P., Marlm has renal aclion on it Iturncd lo Tucker County Hospital Underwood said his plan would as superintendent of nurses. She provide away for the House lop'as affiliated with the hospital for "do a real-combing job on the j a number of years until she resign- budget, the way we are supposed; 0 * 1 several years ago, [o do." i In pasl years, he said, the budget UXWoliators Kcne«' ss been approved by "10 of Ihe ° . Conlracl Meetings WASHINGTON' W — Negotiators ir a new union contract with Wcsl irginia Pulp and Paper Co. met again today in efforls lo arrive at agreements before the present con- racl ends Nov. 17. The company, which has plants at Covington. Va., Luke. Md.. and Williamsburg, Pa., employs about 1,500 workers. lias 132 members of the Legislature," in view of work by House-Senate conferees. Tax Di«coiinl Period Drawing Near Close KEYSER—The discount period for paying 1935 taxes in Mineral County will expire Monday eve- g. Taxpayers have until thai time to benefit by a two and a half per cent discount. During the past several days the slaff in the office of Karl Kemp, county sheriff, has been busy handling payments. Sheriff Kemp has announced thai his office will be open for payment of taxes from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., Monday through Friday and on Saturdays from 8 a. m. lo noon. Conference To Meet WESTERNPOHT—The Workers Conference will meet in Ihc Sunday School room of All. Calvary Luthern Church at 2 p. m., Wednesday. November 2. e touse covered hingle. Hot water with asbestos shingl heat. 54 Linden Street. Phone For Rvinl: 3 Room furnished npartment. private bath and en- rance. Adults. Phone 191-J Frostburg. KNOTTY PINE PANEIING SHEATHING GR. PLYWOOD VERTICAL GRAIN FIR FLOORING CEDAR ClOSET LINING WEATHER STRIPPED WINDOWS 1'ixlO ond 12 YELLOW PINE SUPPING FIRST GRADE BIRCH FtUSH DOORS M. BROADWATER LUMBER CO. 1 Mill W.it cfFroilhuig on 11. 40 PUASE DRIVE CARfrUUY Adv. Oct. N-T-27.28 . [he slump. Expanding,Profession Prior lo World War II, one or two professional foresters were u ^^ employed privately in West \ir- orfor ^ marke(s . gima. -wlhere^mprellian ,,,, g] , (|e prod ,, c( , Thcre . arc Foresters work foi mills in the world. Most Wcsl Virginia production is specialty wood for furniture, flooring, interior trim and panel- 30 in industry suiting firms. industrial land owners, lumbei companies—anyone using wood as a raw material. The growth of forestry as a profession parallelled expansion of the concepl of tree fanning. This is managing foresl land for continu production by wise culling practices, protecting it' from grazing, fire, insects and disease, and planting where necessary. Fire, the best-known enemy, not only destroys seedlings but kills young Irees and damages large ones so much that lumber is of poor quality. Planting done is principally reforestation on lands lhat refuse to re-seed naturally—spoil banks. Let Us Winterize Your Homo with Repairs to Roofs - Spouting. Doors • Windows Siding - Furnaces L NEILSON & SON S. Water St. Ext'd Phone 787-M FROSTBURG PALACE THEATRE Last Day Technicolor \ "• "The Purple Plain" Gregory Peck Complete Line of Feeds including Mill Fecdi • ALSO: ROOFING, ROOF PAINT NAILS, etc. ROBESON s ;r« THE KASCO STOKE Ktdr 1H E. Mnln SI. Fcoiitjurt PHONE JSt.M 'our furniture planls in the slate, .wo of. them al Hunlinglon. Another is expected to begin opera! ions next month in Romney, fampshire County. Halloween Party Set WESTERNPORT — The annual -lalloween party sponsored by the Sunday School will be held at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church Monday at 7:30 p. m. Entertainment will )e presented and refreshments served. 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