Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 10
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tot a WANT. AD Taker &l^'"'- .EVENING; TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD» THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1955 PTAJToHdld AhmialSocial McCOOLE—Tlic McCoole Parent* lv >, ~v... r «. *j «..«. i™. -«- : ™...~. Teacher Association will hold 'its ruw "'afternoon. The parade'route Beull School To Hold Annual Party, Parade > raOSTBUKG-Beall Elementary School will hold its annual Hal- Unveeu party and'. parade . toihor- annual fall social tomorrow at 7:15 p. m., opening with a mummers parade in the school auditorium. •'Prizes will be awarded for the •prettiest,-ugliest, most original and funniest; ugliest, prettiest, most or- best, character costumes. '.This iginal'and the best character cos- .children-.will parade to the old tumes. Judge-will be Karl F. Brain, bridge, .'and, return". Oilier attractions .will include a ^film, fun''house; ganie room,,grab >bag and other features. ' ' A lunchroom committee will 'serve hot dogs, hamburgers and 'tuna fish sandwiches. . ; Efforts are being made to .have a special bus operate between •Danville and the school to trans- 'port students and parents. Sorority Holds Initiation Dinner will be out Broadway to. Main M Street, west to Water. Street back to school. . ; . ' . Prize's will be awarded for the principal, Mrs. Edith.D. Bender; Miss Catherine Goldsw'orthy arid Miss'Mary Eliza Turner, Extension Meeting PIEDMONT — A meeting of church extension units will be held at Romney Presbyterian Church tomorrow at 7:30 p/m. Dr. Claude • A; Pritchar'd. secretary of the j° 0i Division of Home Missions, Board of-Church Extensions of the Pres- The Spaniards took cattle norlhjbylcrian Church, will be of .the Rio Grande in 1540. {speaker. Benefit Putty Set • By Eogleg Auxiliary •''•".'•'.. .,»«...«_ ...fy, of Frostburg • State Tcachcrs'-College'held'its'first semester, initlitibn dihner;Mpnday.''at ..loon's •Restaurant, Cumberland.'';' ' Dr. ? Lucille'. N. ; Clay; cg-advisor to lhe:s'orority, Dr. Alice-Schuster and .Mr; "and ;Mrs. : Joseph Kohput accompanied the 25 girls'. Group singing';was. lead by 'Miss Larha •FROSTBUUG-The Auxiliary o! Oinicron Frostburg Acrle'1273, F. 0, Eagles, , . , Fiye'-pledges,:-Katherine Hodges, Betty'.'-Mclaughlin.; Ruth' Schade, Mary'j. Francis Merlz' and Annette Smith,'were presented sorority pins by Barbara.Tcdrlck, president. Flower.;; arrangements .'arid coi> ssges were fashioned by Mary Kay Poland, 1 and table decorations .were in''charge of Annette Delanieier, lanri'Shertzer arid 'Jo Ann Sriyder. The .United States.Marine Corps the has participated in all the nation's wars; .' ' . '••'•'.. at 8 p.m.!in'the Eagles home, the first in : a series of'activities to secure proceeds to be. donated to the National Muscular Dystrophy Association,> ';. 'Shrimp - will be served and' musical program presented.:- •;' .' Auxiliary/officials 'said .contributions will, also 'be -made to the Damon Riinybn Cancer Fund and the Eagles'. Memorial. Foundation. i FROSTBURG the hospital, Mrs. Clar Worship Planned \VESTERNPORT-Rev. Robert E. Cassell, : pastor of Ml. Calvary Lutheran Church, -will conduct a worship and .Bible study liour at Savage River-:Community Church color of mail Mail ing transportation should call Rev. Mr. Cassell before 5 p. m. Tuesday. - partment, painting th jale Slated spilal JJiiit RG '-^Officials of the Hal' Auxiliary here re- the Isolelte purchased p has arrived.' Persons see r it may do so 'as as been assemhjed at cnce Richardson ant a bake sale 'will be ay, November 12. A Cecil Randolph. Unit, egion Auxiliary, ,enler- a program of 'songs, for (be hospital were ing the meeting. cs Painted —The traditional green ail boxes has been the Post Office DC- with local- .'employes m red, while and blue an adopted. nationwide. Judge To Address Lions dull Meeting WESTERNl'OnT-Judge Frncsl A; See of Kcyser will speak at a dinner meeting of the Wcsternporl and Luke Lions Club tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. in the- social rooms of' Ml. Calvary Lutheran Church. A short musical program will be ; presented prior Id Judge See's address. _ _ Fraternity Pledges Feted At Smoker fraternity of . Frostburg State' Teachers College held its fall! smoker Monday evening and entertained the following prosper vc pledges: . j Allan Shane, Robert Hardman. John Green, James King, Frances! Poland, Hugh Nolan, John Chambers. Richard Gilpin and William McCall. With 12,000 'Europeans and. 325,00 natives, Lcopoldville in the M elglan Congo has doubled in size In nco World War II. • in Piicblo | Bonito, western N«w cxlco, readied its. "(jolilen »t*" 1007, one year after thc.NornWlV vaslon uf England. •/ ;; . ,. _. ^ . -»._ «**»«:<A:W'O»*4<*av.*AJ.-*^'.4^:/.*.'; !,**.£.;-,«.«•..•. 1 STAGE Y'S 1 | MARKET ' f I 51 N. Centre St. ' " DIAL PA-4-6566 ' Fresh and Cooked Shrimp ;{ Fresh Flounder Filets !< Fresh Haddock Filers ;• Finnan Haddie • LobsterTails ! Salmon Steaks . :; . Halibut Steaks ; 1 ""CHINCOTEAGUE '"""'' i! \ OYSTERS 11 ;Gals. Qts. Pts. Vi Pts.:j;; ond in 5HEUS " : ; Fresh Clamc Cherrystone . dox 49c Chowder . . . doi 59e Fresh Deep Sea SCALLOPS Fftlll Hkl.d Mmylaid • CRAB MEAT Sea Trout Ib. 39c Rock Bass Ib. 5Se Eels (drest) Ib. 49e Porgies ....... Ib 29e Norfolk Spots . . . Ib 45« Fresh Whiting . . Ib. 39c Frostburg and Keyser OPEN SAT .9 til 9 FROSTBURG and KEYSER Stores Good Old Fashioned Bargains - STARTS TODAY 9 a. m. A Record Value! - Lowest Price In Years Men's and Young Men's ^^ * » 100% ALL WOOL SUITS and TOPCOATS A Special Purchase From a 5th Ave New York Manufacturer! Fabrics and Styles Found In... $50.00 Suits t Only 85 Suits • Only 37 Topcoats AnniversarV- Sale Priced Included arc lOOTi woo! flannels, and splash weaves . . . Fabrics to be found only in 550 suits and coats. Choose from charcoal, jrcy. charcoal brown and blue. Sizes for regulars, shorts, longs and stouts. Men, don't miss these values I Frostburg and Keyser Stores , Boys Sanforized Broadcloth and Flannel Sport Shirts Regular Price 1.49 Wear (hem for school or dress.' Plnids, checks and solids. Sizes 6 to 16. All first .quality! Limited quantity. • • Frnstburg and Keyser Stores i 00 2 for 1.90 SPECIAL PURCHASE! TERRIFIC BUY REG. '19.95 Electric Skillet $O98 Anniversary Sale Priced Frostburg Store Only! Men's and Young Men's 100% Wool SPORT COATS Fabrics You Would Find" in $50.00 Coots $ 1500 Limited Quantity All the (newest fall colors — solids, checks and plaids. Sizes for regulars, shorts and longs. Frostburff and Keyser Stores Juniors' - Misses' - Women's — Values to $8.99 DRESSES Takeri From Regular Stock . 2 Wonderful dresses in silks, rayons, taffelas and cottons. All the newest styles. Here's your chance to save! Values to 8.99. Frostburg and Keyser Stores Ladies Full Fashioned 60 Gauge-15 Denier Nylon Hose If Perfect Would Sell For $1.00 Pair Now you can buy, 2 pairs for the price of ONE. All fall shades. Slight irregulars that are hardly noticeable. 2 $-1 00 prs. 1 Frostburg and Keyser Stores Boys' and Girls' Fine Pinwale Corduroy Boxer '; New fall colors of Navy, Green, Brown .and Grey. \First quality.'. Sizes 3 to _8. Regular Values lo-S1.39 . • Frostburg,and Keyier Stores $|00 Boys' and Girls' Fine tele Corduroy Overalls Regular Values ( to $1.69 * Just right for these cold days. Now fall colors Sizes 3 to 8. Frostburg and Keyser Stores From Oiir Regular Stock—Boys' Nylon Gabardine Surcoats $580 Frostburg and Keyser Stores ' All with heavy.quilt lining—Genuine Mou- toh fur collar. Knit wristlets. Grey,'Brown, Navy. Sizes 6 to 18. : - • ; "'REGULAR PRICE $6.99 Special Purchase 'For Thii Event. Youth's Famous .Blue Bell Wrangler Dungarees $2,39 Regular Value $3.29 Heavy weight I3?V oz. denim western style. Sizes. 13 to 16. ., . FROSTBURG AND KEYSER STORES Famous "Armstrong" Felt Base RUGS 9x12 Ft. Size Choose from a 'wide .selection of colors and pat-' terns. ' ' >. • • ' Reg. '10.95 Anhiyer- ' , "i; $O44 Price 0 Frostburj Star* Only! Hundreds and Hundreds of Ladies -Blouses Regular Values $1.39 Each All first quality. Sanforized broadcloth, ginghams and others. Solids, checks, plaids. Sizes 32 to 40. s|00 2 for 1.90 Frostburg and Keyser Stores Extra Special! Special Group Women's and Misses' SHOES Including-.sport, novelty and casual styles. < • Frostbiirg Store Only! Ladies' First Quality Nylon Tricot Panties Regular Values 69c Each Fine quality 40 denier 2 poirs nylon tricot. White only. Sixes 5-6-7. Marvelous values! Frostburg and Keyser Stores s|00 Another Real Buy! 72x84 Cotton Plaid Sheet Blankets Regular Values lo $2.28 Anniversary Sale Price $|64 Frostburg and Keyser Stores At Maurice's You'll Find A Credit Plan to Suit Your Budget Use Our Convenient Lay-away Plan ... A Small Deposit ' x Hold Your Selection Until Later!

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