Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 28, 1955
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FHO vni i it<; - K E v s E R ^1** unit ':•],•:•:.:. ;• A nd Tri- Si a « : e>'A «j (15) Evening Times, Friday, .October 28,i 1955 County Lists Corkers For Aimual Drive '' PARSONS — J. P. Nicliols of Davis-and L. K. Lambert of Parsons' have been named co-chair- «'han'of (he January fund campaign n Tucker County for the Infantile Paralysis Foundation. Elected as officers of the county committee .were Felix Colabrese of Douglas, chairman; Mrs. Stark Johnson of Hendricks, vice chair- rjitin Delvin K. G'otf. treasurer and Mrs.' Katheryn Mauzy, secretary. .'Publicity chairmen arc Mrs. W.' Kcrmil Collelt, Mrs. .Alberta • Chrislip and Mrs. H. Dale Ridgway. Tlic executive committee includes Robert Lindahl and Joseph R. . Gilmore, .Parsons; Howarc Asiiby, St. George; W. Kermit Colietl, Hambleton: Robert Rickard, Thomas; Miss Marguerite Chrystal, Davis: Mrs Paul Kotterman. Porlerwpod and Frank Can• field, Kerens. • i'THe medical, advisory board is composed of Dr. S. M. Lilienfeld, Dr. Guy H. Michael Jr., and Mrs. Christina Meyer, bounty school nurse. , The women's committee will be Mrs. Guy Squires of Parsons, Miss Marguerite, Chrystal of Davis and Mrs. -Alex j. Parks Jr.. of Thomas. Donald Jenkins of 'Charleston, state secretary, presented pins to the . following people who had served for 10 or more years with the polio program: J. Harold Felton,'Earl Corcoran, Felix . Colabrese, Mrs. Gladys Hehle, Sirs. John T. Auvil, Mrs Alex Parks, Stelman W. Harper, Mrs. J. Blaine Corrick and Mrs. Helen •• Collett. . . •• Five-year pins were presented to Earl' Moore, Jasnn \Volford, James E. Smith/Jr., W.'.Kermit' Collett, 'Gerald Parks; Alex Parks Jr., Emil Suder, Arthur Quatlro. Ira McDowell, Miss Marguerite Chrystal, Mrs. Christina Meyer, Joseph H. Gllmore, Miss Belle Phillips Robert 0. Shroul, H. Dale Ridg .way, Mrs. Ruby Powers, Dr. S M. Lilienfeld, Mrs. Stark Johnson and Mrs. Ford Fink. Yellow. Pine Sheathing Y.' P. Roofers Y. P. Trim Alum. Storm Doon $35.00 Alum. Storm Sash $15.95 and up Ventilators NEflSON BROS, Phone 429 Frostburg BOYS' Jackets Sweaters Slacks Shirts Hots Gloves Pajamas Underwear Am ij KIDDIE TOWNE A Spteinlty Shop for Childr.n 9 E. Main St. Furniture Factory At Romney Seen? Operating November 30 New H^me Agent Begins Duties In Mineral County KEYSER —Miss June Painter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I,. Painter, Maysvillc, Grant County, has . been named home demonstration agent for Minera' County, according to Joseph Wimer, county, farm ager.t. Miss' Painter is a graduate o: Petersburg High School and Wes Virginia University, class of 1951, where she won many 4-H honors, She has- been adtive in 4-H work for the past 11 years. She graduated from the university with an AB degree and. her honorary, work included membership in Home' Economics Club: French Club, Pi Delta Phi honorary, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Future Teachers' of America, University 4-H Club, the Young Women's !hrisliah Association and'Univer- sity All-Stars. Miss Painter, while at the university .'on a trip to the National 4-H Club Congress am was also a winner at a State Recreation Club meet. Miss Pointer began her duties Monday. Halloween Party Held By Troop FROSTBURG — Brownie Troop 1. sponsored by the Gleaners Class of First Methodist Church, held Halloween party Tuesday - evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallet Kerr. Park Street. Attending 'were Helen -Morgan, Marsha McGrecvy. Geraidine. ane Darlene Elliott, Jill Jenkins, Mar} Ewing, Jeanne Hunter, Tamara Kerr, Lou Ann -McCullough, Mars Beth Sinko. Georgia Duncan, Carol Ann Knepp, Jane Babcock, Doro thy Miller, Kay Frances Morgan Judith and James Jenkins, Constance Miller, Mrs. Gladys Ewing, Kenneth Ewing, Mrs. Marie Conrad and Bonnie Conrad. Brief Mention The Eckhart Fire Prevention Association will sponsor a buck party Friday, November 4. from 9 p. m to midnight, in the Frostbitrg Moose Home. Refreshments wit be served and dancing will feature. "• , The Primary Department of First Methodist Church Sunday School will hold a Halloween party tomorrow from 2 to 4 p. m. in the Sunday Sdiuui Building. The group will attend .the 8:30 a. m. service Sunday and will meet In the Sunday School before entering the main auditorium. • Philathca Class of First English Baptist Church will hold a Hollo ween party in the lower auditorium of the church today at 7;30 p^ Members are to attend In costume Miss Palsy Lease, Eckhart daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lease, is a medical patient in Miners Hospital. Mary Skidmore, RD 2. is a mcdi cal patient in Miners Hospital. Mayor Perry W. Myers has is sued a proclamation designating the period from October 20 to No vcmber II as American Legion Weeks. The Lowest Tire ! Prices in Town On ! Your New Winter ! TIRES & RECAPS i i The Best Tires In i The Country iiii iVELLl . > • •• Grip Track Extra '• Explorer Tubeless | Frostburg Auto Co. 3 Dodge -Plymouth i Phone 350 Frostburg ' WE NEVER CLOSE Aluminum Storm Doors 38.95 AIL HARDWARE INCLUDED Windows 15,95 up INSTALLATION EXTRA HASTINGS AWNINGS ARTHUR BOND PHONE 1053-M IS BRADDOCK ST. FROSTBURG This Coupon is worth . . .. 1 Oe for ilimi up to 50c 25e for il.m. S .51 to $1.00 50c (or ilimi $1.01 lo $5.00 $1.00 for item $5.01 up SATURDAY ONIY THE JACKPOT Phone 1170 Frostburg ' Terry Tex Seat Cover BY HOWARD ZINK • COOL AND WASHABLE • INSTALLED IN A JIFFY • WASH LIKE a TOWEL • ALWAYS CLEAN AND FRESH .8.95/..NOW L A ADC GREEN, BLUE,'GRAY, •, vHIld Y.ELLOW; WHITE COLORS .. '_ ..''.I. - ' i ' f ' ^L •"«•'. • Win-Mar Sui SAH GREEN STAMPS '.'•'„'• V •-:••' I. MAIN ST. ROMNEY — Barring unforeseen difficulties, the Pioneer Furniture factory here*" should swing Into 'imitdd operation in time to have its first samples off' the assembly line by the-end of next month, according to'J. F. Omps, president of the organization's board of directors. Omps said he and board seere- ,ary Harold E. Cheshire, made .enta'tive arrangements to hire two of;.the' factory's key personnel during a business trip in southern West Virginia last week. The two men will 1 serve as plant 1 manager and upholstery room foreman, pending confirmation of'their ap- raintmenls. ' A third person, to serve as foreman, of. the mill, or woodworking room, has been named locally. Che . names of all three- will be withheld, however, until the -fac- .ory's operational structure is set up. Asked about the original equipment and work .force to be secured >y the factory, ,0mps estimated hat the equipment, will be purchased and brought here about November 10. .. the original .work force will include approximately 20 persons, he said, pointing out that these tersons will be hired a few at a ime as the factory demonstrates Is ability to absorb them. The building itself, which has been undergoing repairs and remodel- 'ng. should be .ready to receive equipment by the first of next week. Turning to the merchandising end of the organizational problem, )mps indicated that ihe first pieces .to come off the line will be ;amples, which will be kept for study. Other units, however, will probably be consigned to a selling agency, possibly Cordelllnc., of Vew York. Some of the factory's output will be merchandised locally and the surrounding terri- )ry. There will be a meeting of the r actory's stockholders Thursday, November 3, at 7:30 p. m. at the Court House. A progress report will be made at that time, and the money for slock subscriptions will be accepted. Omps said thai all persons who have pledged to buy stock should contact treasurer G. Edward Vogle in the offices of Potomac Ught and Power Company; Main Street, by mail or personal call, t will be more and more necessary lo get funds in, he said, as .he time draws nearer for the beginning of factory operations. Kitzmiller Lions Sponsoring Events For School Bands KITZMILLER — The Kitzmiller [Jons Club today announced plans for two events to raise funds for ihe benefit of the Elk Garden High School band and the Kitzmiller High School band. Next Wednesday. November 2, Ihe club will sponsor a movie at the Maryland Theater here at 7:30 p. m. The program will include selections by the Elk Garden High band. A number of Kitzmiller area students attend the school. The club is also sponsoring popularity and amateur talent con- tcsl al Elk Garden High at 7:301 p. m. Friday. November 18. Full Year Franz Schubert composed rapidly. In 1815, he produced his second and third symphonies, two masses, five operas, an almost incredible number of piano and chamber music pieces, and 146 songs. ' Seven Michigan counties havi- more than'300 lakes each. Honored Thomas Lions THOMAS - Thirteen . charter members of the Thomas Lions Club were honored at a meeting held a recent evening in the St. Thomas School gymnasium. . . : The group was presented charter chevrons, they being the only ones left from the club of 56 members started ten years ago. Tlie president, 'Cartnen P. DiBacco, also, a charter member, presented chevrons to David E, .Cup- pelt, first president; D. C. Stemple, the original second vice president; James C. Cooper Jr., first secretary; Dr. T. A. Currey and Harry DiBacco, members of the first board of directors; John DePollo, first • treasurer; and Saivato're •DiBacco, Michael Ferruso," Stelman W. Harper, Rev. Andrew B. Mann, Thomas Mass! and John J. Pasc. The club voted to sponsor a school boy- patrol and named Trooper Donald G. Peters as safety director. Dr. Currey,'chairman of the sight .conservation committee, announced that ah eye examination will be given to school children Monday. The examination, sponsored by the. club, will be given by Mrs. Christina Meyer, county health nurse. The club also donated $25 to'the Educational fund for Ulysses Elza, blind student at-Alderson-Broaddus College. College Student Unit Holds Meet FROSTBURG — The Student Christian Association of Froslburg nounced the unit will ask for contributions of canned food for distribution at Thanksgiving. lampshire County Receives «• Salk Vaccine -Consignment NEW MINERAL AGENT—Miss June Painter is shown at her desk in Mineral County Court House, Keyser, after beginning her duties Monday as the county's home demonstration agent. A daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Marvin L. Painter, Maysville, Grant County, she is a graduate of Petersburg High School and West Virginia University. . Young GOP Unit To Honor State Executive Group KEYSER —The Mineral County State Teachers College met a re- Young Repub i ican ai jb will hold a cent evening in the college chapel. snrimp fced iomorrou . evening in A devotional service was led by honor of the excc utive committee Thomas Rowan who introduced three speakers, who discussed a recent regional conference of the Student Christian Association at Camp Micheaux, Carlisle, Pa. The .speakers were Joanne Epperson, Kent Smith and Janet Taschenburg.- Mrs. John Cook, fac- of the State Young GOP Club, which will meet here Sunday morning. Members of the committee are scheduled to arrive tomorrow afternoon, and the shrimp feed will be held at 8:30 p. m. at the Green Gables on New Creek Drive. Republicans from throughout Distribiition Surplus Food Now Underway KEYSER—Mayor John C. Freeland this morning said persons qualified for surplus food can pick up the various items at the City Building. The shipment, he explained,- hac rrived earlier than anticipated nd the weather has created a stor- ge problem for items such as utter, shortening, etc. - ulty advisor, spoke of her acquaintance with a Korean girl who is now MineraTcounty are invited to at- attending Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, W. Va. Carolyn Smith, president, an- tend. it was announced. Plans for the upcoming election will be discussed at the meeting Sunday. S'ative Of Wisconsin Addresses Kiwaiiiaus KEYSER—H. J. Borgan, a naive of Wisconsin who resides here, vas the speaker at a meeting of the Keyser Kiwanis Club Wednesday evening at the Towne House, lames T. Handlan was program chairman, and Borgan's talk was on his native state. Two members of Circle K Club of Potomac Slate College, were guests at the dinner. They were James Sutton, Sistc-rsville, president, and Richard Ball, Keyser. vice president. The college group will be represented -at • each \iwanis meeting through the. school year. Attendance pins were given by; Charles W. Paskel to the members who had not previously received them for their perfect attendance during the past year. Bake Sale Tomorrow PIEDMONT — A bake sale will be held. tomorrow at the office of the Potomac Edison Company, sponsored by Court Sancta Maria, Catholic Daughters of America. Communist Goats TOKYO —W— Outer Mongolia, known as the Mongolian People's Republic, has sent 22,500 sheep and 7.600 goats to Communist North Korea, says Peiping radio. They will be distributed to state agricultural cooperatives. Join the Firemen's Halloween Parade • NOISE MAKERS • MASKS • CONFETTI Charlie Hill's NEWSSTAND W. Main St. Frostburg Plumbing & Healing BATH OUTFITS — KITCHEN SINKS HOT WATER TANKS Roofing & Spouting GAS — COAl — OIL FURNACES All wort guarantetri—Fret Eit!mat*f WM, R, GQEBEL 25 Centennial Street Phone Frostburg 486 U. S. motor vehicle^ run 560 illion miles a year. EXPERT Watch • Jewelry — REPAIR Dean's Jewelry Gunttr HottI Bldg. Froitburg Phon. 563 G. E. andFADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURG TELEVISION 117 Wolnut St., Orahomtown Phoni — Froitburg 418-J Lay it away now . .. -—• '. '•""*»*. COM* ME KKIOMOM "tumour CKSTS «v» Y*K 21 to M% MOT Stora,. Spool TlieDurstCo. Phon«265 2 Main St. FroHburg F U R N I T"tr RE. MODERN ANO TRADITIONA FURNITURE . . . LAMPS . . RADIOS . . . TELEVISION . . APPLIANCES . . . BEDDING . . SPACE HEATERS . . CABINETS AND SINKS FLOOR COVERINGS 25 EAST MAIN STREET FROSTBURG TELEPHONE 6 PHILCO Frostburg's T\/ best performing • . • I If Check with us before yoi buy Swivelet Luxurious Mahogtny finish SwiveUt with MU% levelingbraufMt-turzw. for may viewing. Aluminized pictuit tyb«. N«w Micro-Grid TUMT.' Free ( triel anywhert in t»i-itoft «rta. No charge for wivic* during warranty period. We service all motes of TV Receivers. Frostog Appliance Center 65 IE. Main St. i PhoiM'M ,. . Frostburg .-.' . .' . .'",,... ROMNBY—Hampshire County's ilrd consignment of Solk polio accine has arrived at the local ealth office, according to District anitariari C. E: Bright. This sup- y of vaccine is for those children nly who have received their first ut not their second inoculation. The vaccine is made available t the National Foundation <« ifanlile Paralysis through the ;ate Health Department who in urn distributes it to the counties. Enough vaccine has been rc- eived, Bright said, to provide the econd injection to all children ho have received the first ection of the series at previous inics, but who have not received ieir~second shot. Clinics for the children will be ejd at the Hampshire County ealth Department, located in the ourt House Annex, on Thursday nd Friday, November 3-4. be- veen 1 and 4 p. m. each day. Doctors J. D. Brown of Homney, nd Leslie R. .Miles Jr., of Capon ridge, have volunteered to ad- linister the vaccine. Members of the Hampshire ounty Nurses Association have greed to assist", as has the Romey Woman's Club. There are 330 children in Harnp^ hire County eligible to receive lis second injection. Superinten^ ent A. C. Loy has stated that chool buses will again provide ransportation to the clinics. Every effort is being made to. have 1M per cent attendance of all eligible children that have prc-. viously received (ho first injection.. B&O Vels Head 1 Visits In Kcyser * KEYSER — Ke'yser Division 27, B&O Veterans entertained Grand President Roy E. Collins and M,rs. Collins", at a recent meeting. R. Stafford, vice president, presided, and the auxiliary of the unit served refreshments. Collins, prior to becoming head of the Veteran" Employees' Association, served the B&O as a conductor. He now resides at Staten Island, N. Y. New BiO men accepted as members at the meeting were W. Wade Condron, Charles C. Worthington, Fairmont, and Hobart G. Kelly,- Terra Alta. Clyde V. Chidester was accepted as an honorary member. Cape Disappointment, in Washington, received its., name as a reminder of the failure of naviga; to discover the mouth of the Columbia Hiver. : ' e tors - -SPECIAL — 1952 PONTIAC • Stdan, 4-Door Hydro., Fully Equipptd $995 Poll Parrot Footwear Infants - Children Misses In New Fall Colors, Styles CONDON'S SHOE STORE JO W. Main Froitburg Phont 990-J JACKETS $ 3 95 , $ 25" Also Caps and Gloves BOB HOH1NG Men's Wear - Boys' Wear 11 E. Main St. Frostburf Do you have a November birthday? I/ so, write us, Box 23, Frostburg, and the lucky date receives a FROSTBURG BAKERY birthday cake. Oliver Rephann, Frostburg, last winner. * * * * You want the best when you need prescriptions. See R. E. KIMMEL PHARMACY, Piedmont. Fast service and freshest drugs. * * * * HOSKEN'S have a display case filled with jewelry which is being offered at greatly reduced prices to make room for Christmas displays. Now is the time to go in and really save. * * + * Call 303, D & S CLEANERS, for Jackie to come and pick up your , dirty clothes. You'll love her smiling service. ••***'.* We get much more mileage from Amoco gas. We buy it in West-, ernport at ELLIS SERVICE STATION, naturally. * * * •* It's a good time now to begin making hand knitted Chrislmar; gifts. The GIFT SHOP has lovely yarns, as well as needles and..-, instruction books. Ask about them when you go in. :; *' * * * By the way, WEHLER'S INTERIOR & EXTERIOR DECORATING" SUPPLIES & SERVICE, Frostburg, have towel and pillow case--> sets and are featuring yard goods suitable for dresses and;.; draperies. ''.' * * * * I,' This is the big Halloween weekend. Are you prepared? No? Then^ visit the FROSTBURG BAKERY for Halloween cakes and pump-.,, kin pies. They're so good, the ghosts won't want to go home. i> * * * * ' « And for goodness sakes, get your Halloween "trick or treat" candy* and party needs at CHARLIE HILLS now, don't wait. M *.*'** S 'Winter's around the corner. Brrrr! LAYMAN'S say, see them tofj. a complete line of furnace pipe 8: fittings. Best prices. « ' * * * * Say, you folks that like something different to eat, visit WORK-£ MAN'S RESTAURANT and ask John to fix his new snack platter.^ You'll go back for more and tell your friends. • " ' * * * * •Start a Christmas lay-away with a Sunbeam Automatic Fry Pan" at the FROSTBURG APPLIANCE CENTER-controlled heat,,. They're featuring a complete line of Sunbeam appliances. •• .* * * .* S Prevent colds now by visiting WAGNER'S DRUG STORE, West-_ ernport, and getting Squibb's Theragran, Upjohn's TJnicaps, or_ ParkeDavis Abdol with Minerals, They help build you up. * * * * * When you need fire or automobile insurance, call HO 3-5Z21, Lona-a coning,-A. F. GREEN. INSURANCE. Dependable service. ' 2 ••••*;**'* - . 2 We know where to get Imperial ice cream for Halloween parties.^, Where? At ELLIS CONFECTIONERY in Westernport. Treat your*i friends after the parade. Invite them in for refreshments. • H * * * * " „ « This is the time to be thinking of heat. See HAFER'S, your Moor«J gas heater agent. Ask Joe to warm you up with one. * *. * . .* .* ' S We've found the best apples anywhere In the George s Greek area.ij They, were at JO-LE-KAY MARKET. You can get Grimes Golden.g Stamen Winesaps, or Red Delicious. . . ( » Have you seen the latest China Doll cut given at PAT'S BEAUTTi. SALON. Call 390 EARbY and have Dot give you one. 3 Rainy days are brighter days with a savings account in the !' ba !*2 of the people", the FKOSTBURG NATIONAL BANK. . s Yoii folks in Piedmont'call 7811, CITY CLEANERS, and have Rofi come by. Always like to talk to Roy, You will too. | We want to close by telling you something about flae's little girl.jj Do you know the first words Cindy said? She said, "1 want my* DASHIELL DAIRY, INC.,, milk." Get yours now by calling" HO-M7M ind glvf Tom your order, •'•' • 1 KAYE

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