Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 14
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FROSTBURG- And Tri-Slate Area- News, Slate lolds Annual (14) Evening Times, Friday, October 28, .1955- Doctor To Open Practice in Grantsville Next Week Police Release NeivStreet Parking Rules FROSTBURG — Chief of Police Lloyd Truly this morning said several methods have been taken' b> the Police Department to relieve the double parking situation on M.ain Street.. They are: "FirstSparking on the south side of Main Street from First Methodist Church to Water Street wiirbe prohibited from 6 a. m. to noon or Sundays, and large signs placed tjiere permitting loading and un loading of churchgoers only. 'Second: All zones marked for .unloading and loading only will be checked and .passenger cars wil hot be permitted to park in these areas; :' • . •> Third: At St. .Michael's School certain meters will be capped in the 'afternoon to permit busses to gull' into the curb and pick up children. Most busses are now loading and unloading at the rear of. school. Chief Truly pointed out except for certain ones that must pick up on Main Street. 1 Chief Truly said these methods {fill only work if motorists co operate, and that it -will keep the $treet open and remove scvera" of the hazards that now exist. | The Mayor., and Council have sent cards to representatives of . business houses and organizations asking them to attend a specia fleeting at the City, Hall Mondaj at 8 p. m. for the purpose of dis Cussing the traffic situation, par licularly on Main Street, but also for other traffic safety regulations for the city. "Woolrich" Hunting • Shirts • Caps and Socks • Insulated Boots W« Glvi S1H Grein Stamps J. B. Shannon & Co. Frostburg Jo-Le-Kay Market .(. MnJn- at Grant GRANTSVILLE — Dr. Ruth oachcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. hem Peachey, Quarryville, Pa., as announced that she will open n office here November 1 for ie general practice of medicine. Dr. Peachey decided to local ere when the Rotary Club ex- ressed a need for a full-time phys- cian in this community. Dr. Peachey attended Eastern lennonite College, Harrisonburg, 'a., where' she was.graduated,in 946 with a BS degree. She took idditional work at the University 1 Pittsburgh. In 1950; Miss Peachey entered lahnemann Medical College, Phil adelphia, and received her MD d& gree there in 1954. Dr. Peachey's internship was erved at Bridgeport (Conn.) Hos> >ilal, being completed last June This summer she served as £ physician at Camp Rapputak, < iirls' camp in Kryeburg, Maine. She passed the National Board o Medical Examiners . accreditation equiremenls on June 23, for gen ' practice in Maryland and passed . the Pennsylvania Stale ioard- examinations or June 29 or practice in that state. Dr. Peachey ;worked for several uriimers in Hazel McGilvery Hos )ital, Meyersdale, where she serv ed under direction of Dr. Alexan !er Solosko,-now chief of staff 01 tleyersdale. Community Hospital. The Peacheys formerly resided at Springs,. Pa. Potomac State Students Slioivn Series Of Films TCEYSEK — A series o£ films for he freshmen engineering Bttidents if Potomac-Stale College has been adopted for use in-inslruction, wilh he firsl one shown last night in he Science Hall auditorium. The film depicted agriculture engineering melhods used at arge firm dealing in the^manufac ure at agriculture machines, and was shown as a feature, of Agri cultural Engineering .Week. Another film, "Deep. Water,' vill be shown next Thursday eve ning, which will show hydraulic engineers at work. Scheduled .for November 16, is "Pennsylvania's Great Super-highway," showing civil engineers and construction crews at work. The last in the erics, one on mechanical engi neering, will be shown December tlie film series'was arranged for y Walter Jawprek, liead of. .col- ege's. engineering department. fRESH COUNTRY Eggs 3 j " 115 For Halloween .,. Sweat Cider and Oatmeal Cookioi Apples *U9 bu ,(3 vorielle.) FRESH MEATS FROZEN FOODS liiircli Youth Plans FbrTJNFiiiid MOOREFIELD-The •: Inteimed- ate and Senior. High youth groups if Mdorefield churches will "trick ir treat".for : the United Nations ;hildren's Fund, Sunday, from ;:30 167:30 p.-ni. .The -groups will bear identifica- ion tags and citizens are asked to deposil money, in -'the containers hey.will carry instead-of the tra- ional treat/This offering .will'.go o the UNICEF to-supply-.m'llk and medicine" 'for the world's- needy :hildren. The youlhs' will nicet':'atyJhe Methodist. Church al'G:30-'p.. m pi-; inslruclions : and • .necessary jquipment for the canvass. A Hal- oweeii parly is planned 1 for. the ;roup when they, return to the ihurch. "Trick or treating" for the UN nilk fund has grown annually jntii youth all over, the world turn some of their Halloween fun lo the :ause of hungry and sick children, according to Rev. Charles Godwin Many communities in West Virginia are conducling a similar sroject under the auspices 'of the churches and schools. A donation of 12 cents', Rev. Mr. Godwin said, will give a child a :omplele cure from yaws, one cenl ivill inoculate against tuberculosis five cents will buy len bowls dl rice, or 33 glasses of. milk. : The children-of Ihe Moorefield Vacation Bible'-ScHoor sent Iheir collective "offering to this fund'lasl VILCON PANEL -Wall Tile- QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1181-W FOR FREE ESTIMATES 117 E. MAIN ST. Gmrfck Joins Baptist Group WESTERNPORT—'Christ Mem orial Baptist Church became a full-fledged member of the- West ern Baptist Association of the Southern Baptist Convention at meeting held recently at Firs Baptist Church, Cumberland. This membership permits. thi local church a voice and vote in al ivork of the association, along with the responsibilities and privileges shared by other member churches At present; the church does no have a pastor but, is using gues speakers. The former pastor, Rev Vincent : C. Parker, resigned Sep (ember 1 in order to continue his academic preparation for the Baptist ministry. He is attending Stetson University, DeLand, Fla Educators To Attend Science Conference KEYSER — Representatives o irea.colleges'and high school wil ittend the. West Virginia. Science 'air work, conference Monday and Tuesday at Jackson's Mill. They will include: James T. Handlan, Potomai :tate College, director of region Marion L. Dorsey, Ridgeley Hig! School, recorder; J. R. Elliott Keyser High School; Ray E. Har ris, Shapherd College; W. E. Mi chael, Potomac'State College, am Edward Seaman; Piedmont. Hig School, consultants. Most of the state high schools the university and colleges will b represented at the session. CHRISTMAS IS COMING SOON LAY-A-WAY THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ANYONE TELEVISION BY MOTOROLA RADIOS BY MOTOROLA POWER TOOLS & ATTACHMENTS BY MALL TV LAMPS & TABLES LARGEST SELECTION IN MARYLAND Lets Sleeping Dog Lie RICHMOND, Va.-UT-Dr. J. McDonough, a veterinarian, ma be considering a course of trea ment to make his own dog, Buffie a bit more alert. Buffie snooze soundly in the McDonough kitche while four armed men broke.-in (h house, roused McDonough.and hi wife and made off with cash, jewe ry and four pistols. If your vision is impaired s that you are aware of objects i less than a 75-degree arc whei your eyes are fixed on an objec straighl ahead, it is dangerous fo you to drive a car, says the Bette Vision Instilule. OPEN SATURDAY TILL 9:00 P. BOB'S RADIO PHONE 8T 69 E. MAIN Of Frostburg FROSTBURG 4 Frostburg' State eachers College observed its an- u'al'Campus Day. ypstef day. • Students from area high schools ho attended were registered by ohh Swope, president of 'the col- ge's International Relalions'Club. he visiting students we're cscort- d on tours of the facilities tm the anipus and a program was pre- enled in Compton Hall. The program featured a'musical eading by Miss Dorothy S. White, ith Mrs. Mary D. Bollino as ac- ompahisl. Both are members of ie faculty. Selectioh-'were also resented by.: the • Maryland Sing- rs and Madrigal Singers. Donald 'jury,- president of'the college -Lite Theatre unit, was master of eremonies, while closing remarks ere. made : by ' Edward Andrews, resident of.the Stu'djnl Congress. The (planning 'committee includ- d; Andrews, 1 Dfllores Fahey, Lee ryor, Ruby Liyengood and Char- Guides were Nancy'Baker, Larna utter, James Dickey, Joann Grin- Ie, Harry Lennox, Maureen Maney, Lorraine Martens, William [cGann, Alvin McGetligan, Joan owers, Carol' Sweene, Lorrain carlett, Emory Turner, Edward Vallace, Phyllis Hicks. Donna Barlup, .Ralph Scarletl, acquline Carter, Mary Lou Eisen- roul, Gerlrude Fiorilai Carol Miler, Shirley Schade, Dixie Truly. Ruin Freeman, Eleanor Minke, loberl Morris, Mae Rice, Francis Veimer and Rose Mary Winner. Registration was, handled by oan Seatdh, Louis Ewald, Roberl lardman; Charles Welsh, Amelia Diehl; Patricia James^ Alan Shane lohn .Swope, Arthur- Hiiggieston md George Russell. Refreshments.'.were in charge o irin '-'Leonard, Patricia Carter loan .KiOAvell, .Florence Marshall Joann Shertzer 'and Belly Me Laughlin. Town To Consult Engineer OnNew Seiver Location WESTERNPORT-Th'e Town o Veslernport will consull an en gineer as to the possible location f a new sewer to provide drain age from the Greene's Addition rea of Ihe town. The present sewer in thi Greene's Addition section empties ewage and -surface water into mall run thai extends down the liill and empties inlo George's Creek. Officials point out lhat in lime >f droughl or lighl rainfall, sew age lodges in the line, creating in offensive and unsanitary con lition. The Town Commissioners hac ilanned to lay 250 feet of 48-inch ewer near the mouth of the run his summer, with expectations o iddirig to it each year until the ob was finished. H would have to be placed on ;round in the rear of a service italion, which requires a right o way. The town has. purchasec 250 feet of the pipe and has been .tored on the service slation land but the town has not been success ul in obtaining a righl of way. The owner said he would no grant Ihe request unless assurei :hat Ihe sewer would run fa enough away lo eliminate the of :ensive odors. • The town feels thai il is' no financially .able lo lay more thai .he -pipe already purchased, am officials feel they should not obli jate future councils to continu .he -project. The council has ord ered thai the pipe be removed b he empfoyees of Ihe street depari merit. ..-.-... • Mrs. Katherine Dailey, cit clerk,-- was - instrucled lo wril Joseph Jenkins, Greene Street tha Ihe town has no funds available fo Lhe purchase of a righl-of-wa through his property for Ihe pro joscd new sewer line. MARK ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Hyre recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at their home.in Hyndman. A large number of. relatives and friends attended and the couple received many gifts. The home was .decor ated with roses and-fall flowers. ' ' Eva L. Kighl Selected Queen Bruce High Archives Dance Fin-MurdeiBy Prestimjmy KINGWOOD bride has been 'rcston County Circuit Court grand ury here on a first-degree murder charge in the June 19 rifle-slaying of her 35-year-old husband, Sidney Rodeiieaver. indicted was Mrs. Odelle Rode- uu ^ ^ heaver, 28, who is aauscci_o ry returned 10 misdemca- had four t' !acc "car Aibright.of selling bce| about 20 The. nodeheavers A French indicted by the 1 caid and Ray Junior Jones. Th« list two named escaped from Roid Camp No. 90 near, Kihgwood. and Jones left Hopemoiit • Sanitarium where he was working as a trusty... ' George E; Friend was' Indlwil . on a malicious assault charge' in (i,e slwoting .case of Arlfe HqU. Friend'allegedly'shot::Hall'-anj."is. months County Police arrested Mrs. Rode- leaver a few hours'after her hus- jand's body was discovered. She las been out under bond since a few-weeks after the slaying. Mrs. Rodeheaver was one of 11 persons, named in 16 indictments. Prosecuting Attorney James Dailey reported. Harry Junior Gould of Pennsyl- ania a'nd Nathaniel T. Bull of New York were named on a point in dictment charging them with attempted armed robbery a few month ago at Indian Rocks Tavern about six miles west of Kingwood. . . The pair was apprehended by Morgantown State Trooper W. F. Donahoe and Monongalia County Deputy Sheriff David Lucas after a three-mile automobile chase to [he Morgantown city limits.; Three escape indictments were returned by the panel naming Aaron Copley, Lowell Ray Kin- beer after midnight. . . '.'•.'_. Paul Ellifritz, owner of Charlie's Place, was named on four'indict- mcnts for allegedly permitting Ellifritz to sell beer to intoxicated "persons and after midnight.' . ' Okey Powell is charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors and Herbert Wolfe of drunken driving. - . . :j '.: Trials for the October' term of Preston Court.will begin Monday when the petit jury is^scheduled to convene.' ' ' Mans Rummage Sale f WESTERNPORT—The. YPF; of Jt..James Episcopal Church.will lold a rummage sale from.'9:30 m. to 4:30 p. m. tomorrow in e Parish Hall. . '.,' , WESTERNPORT — Eva Louise <ight, senior at Bruce High School Fazenbaker, Frank McGrcevy, Fred DeVore, Paul. Shaffer, Robert Kertesz, Eugene . Dawson, .hd.a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. . Carmel Kight, Wood Street, will Frank Welsh, Harry Raines, Carl ie crowned "Queen Archives VI" Marsh and Robert Nealis. jy Principal Ardell -Haines at a , dance this evening in the : school lioiucmakers Club luditorium. Harry Raines,. also a enior will be her escort. The coronation will take place at 11:45 p. m. and music for. the dance will be provided by the iristocrats orchestra. Members of the queen's court •ill include Dorothy Haywood and 'rank McGreevy, representing the enior class; Florence Tinsley and Kenneth Broadw'ater, junior class, nd Judith Lupton ', and Edward Carder, sophomore class. Also the ueen's court will be representa- :ves of other high schools in this rea. Fred Warnick will be crownbear- r, and Connie and Bonnie Stewrt, twin sisters, trainbearers. ames White, member of the fac- Ity/will be master of ceremonies. A floor show will be presented fter the, .coronation by James tager, • Bonnie - Kobken, • Sauudra lill, Palma Franklin, Doris Ruge- mcr and Palma Delilo. The dance is sponsored annually y the yearbook • staff to raise unds for publishing the annual. Members of the senior . class are lominated for queen,'and she and ier escort elected by 'penny votes. Nominated this year were Sharn Vanoradale, Regina Reeves, Jorolhy Haywood, Joanne Shay, Barbara Nealis,.Sharon McDonald, Wilma Palmer, Everlyn Whipp Beverly Warnick, Elma Joan Rodeheaver, Jane Burke, Koger To See Demonstration WESTERNPORT-A demonstration on floor covering will be-given at a meeting of the Westernport Homemakers Club this evening at .he Piedmont Presbyterian Church >y Miss Mary Wise, Allegany Coun- y home demonstration agent. Mrs. Kemper Cline, Mrs. Martin IVeakley. Mrs. William Hopkins and Mrs. William .Dunlap will be he hostesses. ' Blue Cross 'dues vilj be collected by Mrs. Harry FORD Sales & Service Heiskell Motor Sales Phone 79 Frostburg ?or Sale: Frame house covered with asbestos shingle. Hot water heat. 54 Linden Street. • Phone Frostburg 1388. ' Adv. Oct. 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Main Freituvrg SAVE! -Buy- DASHIELL'S Enriched Grad* "A' HOMOGENIZED in th« economical GALLON JUGS available at any of these neighborhood dealers:— Powers Superett* 163 t Main Strict j W. W. Sluss & Son 110 W. Main Strict FROSTBURG * Filsinger' Grocery Stort ECKHART * H, P. Staup Grocery 'LONACONING * :• . •': Kenny's Sanitary Mkt. WESTERNPORT -•'*-. Pattison Service Station BLOOMINGTON * Toll Gate Fruit Market Rt. 40 West of LAVALI . Saturday Specials All Day8:30 A.M. to9:00 P.M. Wi Can Now S«m All Tour Needs- All Our Employees Are Workiig FIRST FLOOR SPECIAL . FIESTA WARE 45-Piece Set Buy now for Thanksgiving & Christmas $24.95 Value . ; Special 16.95 ... 45-pc. set SAVE $8.00 '••:'. SECOND FLOOR SPECIAL GOLD SEAL AND ARMSTRONG FLOOR COVERING 6 and 9 Ft. Widths Special 73c sq.yd. BASEMENT SPECIAL 25-lb. Sire , , . 63c each 60-lb. Size , , . PRICHARD5 THE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE. S ISO 'S9

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