Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 1, 1955 · Page 14
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Tuesday, November 1, 1955
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FROSTBURG-KEYSER And Tri-Slaie Area News (15) Evening Times, Tuesday, November 1, 1955 Annual Parents Night Slated Tomorrow At State College *—•• For Observance LONACONING - A parade and program at 7' p.m. Thursday, will be held "in the , Nov f mb . er "• will highlight the *»MM»,™ oc al observance of Veterans Day. FROSTBURG - Frostburg Statel Teachers College will observe its) annual Parents Night with a pro-| gram tomorrow evening. Approximately 200 parents of freshmen students have signified their in-'f~kf V*»t«»i»sine tentions of attending, college offi- " A '^icictus Icials stated. .Louis A. Chiccehitlo, president of the class, said the first part of the progr Compton Hall auditorium. At 7:30. the Little Theatre Group, under direction of Miss Dorothy Stane White, will present a one- act play "Hands Across the Sea." Principal roles will be taken by Mary Wheeler, Leon Shumaker, Stanley 'Wilson, Sue Wilcox, Thomas Richards, Virginia Fleigle, Russell Heyde, .Eugene Crossland and Anne Lasseter. Miss Larha Cutter, a senior student, is director of the play. The Maryland Singers and Madrigal Singers, under direction of Charles I. Sager, will present the other part of the program. President R. Bowen Hardesty will extend greetings to the audience. Following the program in the auditorium, a reception for parents, students, and friends will be held in the Compton Hall gymnasium. ... Freshmen assisting in planning the program are Janet Blake, Mary Frances DeLuca, Louise Graham, Jane Glotfelty, Dorie Heise, Patricia Kerns, Anna,Mallow, Sylvia . H i 11 i a r d, John O'Rourke, Mary Hesson and Dorothy Bampton. Mrs. Helen Silverthorne, social director, and Robert W. Jones, advisor to the Freshman Class, are assisting all committees. The program will be presented at :he Soldiers Monument in the yard of First, Presbyterian Church. The 372nd Military Police Com- aany, Army Reserves; Alvin C. Neat Post 5280, Veterans of Foreign Wars; James P. Love Post 92, American Legion; Lonaconing ;ity Band and Central Elementary students will march from the VFW home to the monument. Wreaths will be placed by Central students, by Calvin Thrasher, commander of the VFW post, and Melvin Broadwater, commander of the Legion post. The firing squad will give the salute to .the dead, and William Barnard will sound taps. James S- Getty, assistant state's attorney, will give the Veterans Day address. Opening prayer will be given by Rev. C. . H." Goshorn, pastor of Presbyterian Church. Benediction will be'by Rev. Leslee Schwindt, vicar of St. Peter's -Episcopal Church. Master of ceremonies will be Mayor Virgil Alexander. The committee in charge is William R. Nolan, chairman. Onas Hanekamp, Charles Cave and Arch H. Stewart. The group will march back to the VFW home following the program. Post To Resume Annual Turkey Shoot Program KEYSER — Boyce-Houser Post 4], American Legion, will begin its annual turkey shoots Saturday, November 12, at the Snyder service station on U.S. Route 50. The events will be under the direction of Ralph Burgess. The shooting matches will continue through into December, and Burgess said he is expecting entries from Cumberland and other parts of the district. Shells will be furnished to entrants, he explained. The second shoot will be conducted Saturday, November 19, at the Sky Line service station on U.S. Route 50, at the top of Allegheny" Front. A third shoot will be held Piedmont Legion C? Marriage Licenses Program Planned Issued At Oakland On Veterans Day hanksgiving Day, November 24. at the Boyce-Houser Post Home. Rev. W, A. O'Dell Renamed Head Of Ministers Group PARSONS—Rev. W. A. O'Dell, pastor of First Methodist Church, was re-elected president of the Parsons, Ministerial Association at a recent luncheon meeting. Other officers-elected were Rev. Charles E. Pittman, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, vice president; Rev. James E. Callihan. of First Baptist Church, secretary-treasurer. Plans were made for the annual union Thanksgiving program and service to be held at-First Methodist Church on Thursday morning, November 24. Rev. M. G. Flowers, pastor' of St. John's Methodist Church, will be the speaker. " The ministers voted to hold their regular meetings on the second Monday of each month: Club To Sponsor Class Project At Parsons School, PARSONS—The River City Garden Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. A. Frank Little a recent evening, with Mrs. Ellis J. VonHaven, president, presiding at the business meeting. The club voted to sponsor a pro- Ject on conservation in the Senior Class of Parsons High. School, ' with the rules of the contest to-be announced later. Reports on the Monongahela- Cheat Regional.meeting of the garden clubs were given by Mrs. Theodore T. Dorman, Mrs. Von- Haven and Mrs. Little. A program on conservation was In charge of Mrs. Glen K. Henry with Mrs.-'T. T. Dorman showing slides of English . gardens and landscapes • she took while on a visit to England. Keyser Fire Groups Hold Annual Partv KEYSER—The annual community Halloween party sponsored by ,the Keyser Volunteer Fire Company was held last night at the Fire Hall. The event this year was co-sponsored by the Sparky Junior Firemen. An estimated 350 children parti- ciptated in the mummers parade which opened the program. The line of march ended at the Fire Hall where the entire first floor was emptied of equipment in order to provide space for youth holiday activities. Masquerade prizes were divided into four age groups. Winners in the twb-to-six division were Rovie 'caster, prettiest; Gary Healy, ugliest, and Daniel Mosser, most comical. Sandy Hicks was voted as wear-1 ng the prettiest costume in thejj six-to-ten unit; Mary Chapman,' ugliest, and Catherine Conner, most comical. Voted as wearing the prettiest jj costume in the ten-tO;14 section \\ vas Thomas Coffman, Vhile Ann! Allen won the prize for the ugliest, | and two youths who were entered as a team were judged the most comical. • Becky Daugherty won the prize r or the prettiest costume in the .4-and-up division; Mrs. Dale Johnson, ugliest, and Norman Sight, most comical. The second floor auditorium vas used for dancing by the older persons and refreshments were served to all. The traditional holiday games featured the program 'or the children. : .William Ross Huffman, 24, musician, near Thornton, W. Va., and Marchetta Ann Moats, 20, Clarksburg, W. Va. David Harold Cooper, 21, trucker, Akron, 0., and Priscilla Mae Smith, 19, near Finleyville. Pa. • Harold Samuel Wolfe, 22, carpenter, Lorton, Va., and Ellen Re- secca Helmick, 20, Moorefield, W. Va. Melvin Leroy Hayes, 25, sprayer, Manningtbn, W. Va., and Doris Mae Hibbs, 25, near Fairmont, W r . Va. Ralph Lepre Jr., 18, (parent's consent) laborer, and Leah Rae Wusnack, 17, (parent's consent) Doth Connellsville, Pa. Glenn Beavers, 22, student. Kasson, W. Va., and Emma Jean Collum, 21, Council, N. C. William Robert Farr, .51, welder, near Cortland. 0., and Agatha Dare Kellar, 21, near Tunnelton, W. Va. William Leon Shreve. 22, laborer, near Gormania, W. Va., in Garrett county, and Sara ( Arlene Smith, 18,. near Middlesboro, Ky. Donald Eugene Rishel. 26, trucker, and Doris Eileen Maust, 21, both Gibbon Glade, Pa. Walter Glenn Smyth. 21, maintenance man, Mona, W. Va., and Jane Arlene Hetrick, 18, National, W. Va. Paul Claybrook Nazelrod, 25, machinist, .and Wilma Jean Arnett, 19, both St. Marys, W. Va. James Franklin Carson. 22, steel worker. Clinton, Pa., and Edith Marie Hughes, 21, near Imperial, Pa. Robert Thompson Hewitt, 26, laborer, Bedford, 0., and Shirley Kay Donley, 17, (parent's consent) of Cleveland, 0. Virgil Plum, 27, miner, and Elsie Florence Weatherholt,- 29, both near Uffington, W. Va. Donald Arlin Paugh, 19. (par ent's consent) miner, near Philippi, W. Va.. and Roberta Jo Dillon, 19, Lost Creek, W. Va. William Eugene Kitzmiller, 19, (parent's consent) dozer operator, Mt. Lake Park. Md., and Louise Carol Ridder, 17, (parent's consent) near Oakland, Md. George Eugene Saurborn, 33, mechanic, ' and JVIartha Jean Swearingen, 28, both Fairmont, W. Va. PIEDMONT - Chester Phillips, of Elkins, commander of the Amer- can Legion, Department' of West Virginia, will be the principal speaker at the Veterans Day pro;ram of Kelly-Mansfield Post 12, planned Thursday, November 10 at 8 p. m. at the Post Home. Phillips will be accompanied here by Thomas Jones, department adjutant, and Ray Heindell, assistant department commander, both of Charleston, and Jack Beavers, Martinsburg, Tenth District commander. All members of the post are expected to attend.' Refreshments vill be served. On Friday morning, November 11, Phillips and his entourage will participate in the Veterans Day observance in Keyser, and that evening take part in a similar celebration in Weston. Workers To Meet Ellerslie Woman Feted At Shower ELLERSLIE — Mrs. Donald Brandt entertained a, recent evening with a stork shower .in honor ft Mrs. Walter Brandt, v . Gifts were arranged in an antique cradle, and games featured the entertainment. Guests were Mrs. Nellie Reith, Edward Eugene Mayfield, 19 (parent's consent) laborer, anc Anna Lee Murray, 18, both near Morgantown, W. Va. Joseph Paul Morgan, 22. laborer, and Phyllis Jean Hughes. 16, (parent's consent) both McClell andtown, Pa. Marion Samuel Asbury Knight 22, miner, and Anna May Poling 21, both Tunnelton, W.'Va. Kenneth Lawrence: Stemple, 29 carpenter, Arnboyi W. Va.,- anc Blanche Delaine 'Fike, 21, Aurora W. Va. .-•-..'.. . . 'Edgar Wallace Robinson, 21 trucker, near Smithfield, Pa., anc Alice Joyce Fowler, 20, near Morgantown, W. Va. James-Norman Hensel. 19 (parent's consent) U.S. Marine, anc Meriel Renee Bigam, 19, both Mil Run, Pa. •'.,.' Elaine. Douglas Kight. 21, farmer, and Kafherine Myrtle Hebb, 19, both Oakland. Md. Norman Wayne Wellington, 23 assembler, and Homemakers. HearTalkOn Vote Machine Schools In Area Represented At Bruce High Da/icejgy J) eer P ar fc WESTERNPORT — Nine high schools in the area were represented at the annual Archives dance, held Friday night in the Bruce High School auditorium were: GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY —Ground was broken Sunday for a new church at St. Ambrose Catholic parish in Cresaptown. the program being held that day since it was on the last Sunday in October, 1886, when the cornerstone of the present church was laid. Shown turning the first spadesful of earth are Rev. Carol Warner, OFM, Cap., pastor of the parish: Joseph Skelly, 83, one of the oldest members of the parish, and Susan Woolard, two- MT. SAVAGE—A,meeting of the Mt. Savage Homemakers Club held recently at St. George's Hall was featured b/ a talk on the use of the new county voting machines bj Matthew Mullaney. Mullaney, a member of the Allegany County Board of Election Supervisors, used a model of the [machines for demonstration purposes. ' Mrs. Mary Deffenbaugh presid- ied, and Mrs. Betty Knieriem and I.Mrs. Evelyn Blank were admitted '.as new members. It was decided 'to purchase an instrument for the : Mr. Savage High School Band with |proceeds from, the recent minstrel ! sponsored by the organization. An auditing committee, composed of Mrs. Doris Crowe. Mrs. DeNoma Vuizy and Mrs. Isabel Adams, was appointed. i A nominating committee appoint- 'ed included Mrs. William Williams, |chairman, Mrs. Margaret Hans, [Mrs. Yutzy, Mrs. Adams and Mrs. i Myrtle Sleeman. i Miss Mary Wise/ county demon- Istration a^ent, will visit the dub I next month. An achievement auc- jri n will be held, at which articles | made by members ot the club will | be sold. The club will hold the jannual Christmas party December |8 at St. Patrick's Hall. i A prize was won by Mrs. Ber- jnadette Deffenbaugh and birth- jday greetinss were sung to Mrs. years-old, one of the youngest members. The altarboys. left to JRoseanna Boore. right, are Donald and John Helmstetter, John Hinds. William j :— Lovett, with crucifix, and Thomas Winters. Excavation began yes- i 4 " terday and it is anticipated that the building will be completed j"ost Group Attends ; next year in time to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the founding of the parish, Father Carol said. The present church was dedicated by James Cardinal Gibbons on September 11, 18S7. Anniversary Celebrated |£ fc '"?£ To H ° ld iVpen House r or 3 UllitS Former Pastor DEER PARK — The Deer Park} Volunteer. Fire Company and its Auxiliary celebrated their fifth anniversary with a dinner at the Included in the court of "Queen Town Hail a recent evening. Sev Archives IV,". Eva Louise Kight, enly-three members and guests at- ere . ' tended. Dorothy Haywood and Frank The hall was decorated with sil- McGreevy. represented the senior houeltes of firemen in various Meyersdale Man * First Casualty Of Hunt Season class of Bruce; Florence Tinsley and Kenneth Broadwater, junior clas:' Judith Lupton and Edward Carder, sophomore class. Other" schools represented were phases of their work, as well as the tools they use. A large cake, baked by the auxiliary, in the shape of a fire truck, with hose reel, hose, ladders and equip- Ridgeley High. Shirley Nestor and ment, was the centerpiece for the Ellsworth Lambert; Elk Garden toastmaster's table. High, Paula Kalbaugh and Jack Sayers; Fort Hill High, Metzia Browne and David Burns: Mt. Savage High, Phyllis Carter and John Woods; Southern High. Delores Velter and Douglas Smith. Valley High, Althea Alexander and Cokey Robertson: St. Peter's High, Norma Whitfield and Thomas Mertz; Keyser High, Barbara Lee Shaw and Eldon Adams, and Piedmont High, Faye Metcalf and Clay Smtih. James White, a member of the faculty, was master of ceremonies. A floor shosv was presented by WESTERNPORT—A meeting of j James Hager, also a member, of the Monthly Workers Conference of Christ Memorial Baptist Church will be held today at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Fern Green, 120 Waverly Street. >n Workshop PIEDMONT—William Hood. Edward Pendttrgast. and Raymond Lee attended the second annual [workshop of the American Legion ' last weekend at Jackson's Mill. -'-' Hood is commander of Kelly-" JMansfield Post .and Lee is vice !commander and immediate .past LO.\ T ACONTNG — Rev. Lewis F.| commander of tne P° st and vice ' " Ransom. Towson. former pastor ofjcornmander of the Tenth District. First Methodist Church, will be!- •- - -•-• •••••• -^.-.^-:- —..-.==- ^ honored with an . open houseJFor Sale: Oriole : Gas stove; "Cedaf ;" Thursday at 7:30 p, m. al thejlined maple wardrobe with mirror~ ia church. . jdoor. Phone Frostburg 1103-J-2 "" ( . Rev. Mr. Ransom will speak in| Adv. Oct. N-Tr3I-Nov-l-2 ^ the sanctuary, after which friends will gather in the social hall. Re- Brenneman. 46. of RD 1. was thej first casualty reported during the hunting season in Somerset County. He was the victim of a heart attack Saturday while hunting in a field near his home. The Young Adult Association of the church is sponsoring thej event. Brief Mention The Johnstown bloodmobile unit will be at the VFW Home here For Sale: 1955 Four door. V-8 Custom Royal. Dodge, loaded. $700 off.." Phone 740-W. Adv. Nov. N-T Nov. 1.1955; ° He was a son of Mrs. 01ivej Tucsday from noon to 6 p m and j dilHlaOLC.1 O 1,«W*V. . ^ , ,, . •* -•"-v " w»«i ..vw»«, »w « i-r. it... «*.*•; George Comp Jr.,. secretary of ^oder) Brenneman and the late, al , person3 who are ablc to do .i the company, was toastmaster and gave the history of the de Gideon Brenneman. Inate blood are asked to contribute.' Surviving, besides his mother,| Members of the blooc) bank com . partment. Helena Thrasher gave are his widow. Mrs. Anna <Yoder>j mittee may be con t ac ted for pledge the faculty. The cast included Bonnie Kooken. Saundra Hill. Palma! Franklin. Doris Rugemer and Palma Delilo. the history of the auxiliary. Guests included Mrs. Elda Schell, 'LaVale. president of the Auxiliary to the State Firemen's Association; Delbert Valentine of District 16. Cumberland, president of the Allegheny-Garrett County Firemen's Association: Mrs. Hilda Phillips, Lonaconing, state organizer for the' Allegheny-Garrett County Association Auxiliary, who organized the local unit five years ago. Cromwell Zembower. LaVale. Brenneman;- four sons. Albert j cards. Brenneman. RD 1. and Norman, Simon and Joseph Brenneman, all at home; four daughters, Emma, Elizabeth. Cora and Effie Brenneman. all at home: four brothers, Eli Brenneman. RD 1; Alvin and Simon Brenneman. both of Springs, and Floyd Brenneman, Grantsville. Md.. and a sister. Miss Annie Brenneman, Springs. Services were conducted this,morning at the Old Oder Amish For Rent: 2 room heated apart- Church, Summit Mills, and inter-!ment. bath. Corner Grant and Registration for government surplus food is being conducted here today and tomorrow. jl Distribution of foods will be heldjj Wednesday. November 9. Wilson Cook attended a conference for "Key Men" of Episcopal'! parishes at the Claggetl Diocesan j 1 Center, Buckeystown, over the|~ weekend. TH! BEST TIME to add to your Savings Accountis on poy day! Try it! i rtctru. «si»*i ROSTBURG NOTIONM BAN, Week's Thrifty past president of the State Fire-; men t \ v - as jn the church cemetery.'.Washington Streets. Phone Frost- men's Association and secretary j of the Allegheny-Garrett Associa-.Q^p M cc tj njr Set tion. Zembower has given 120 j burg 627-J. Adv.-Nov. T-I-2-N-2-3' Of Moose Chapter FROSTBURG IIUUI3 llCIIIItllb " 11 Hi."',' .,•.-.---.---- , _ , .„ - •,.-..., _.,.-.,, .......... -.-..„ ,.--,„-.. firemen. John Pritchard,' Grants- Piedmont Presbyterian Church will vvith bath> 12g W alnut Street.; Frostburg. The dance is sponsored annually I ' lraining lo many Jf the local) PlEDMONT-Tho Luke Circle of; For Rent: 2 room f urn i s hcd house by the yearbook staff to raise - - •• ~ • ir > : —'—•* n--—i".i-•••"•- PV.......U ,,,,111 ... . . .. funds for publishing the annual. Members of the senior class arc nominated for queen and escort and elected by penny votes. Talk Features Meet ville, trustee of the Slate Firemen's Association and organizer of the local company: David Kirk, Barton, past president of the Allegheny-Garrett Association. Alvin Rankin, Frostburg, treas- meet at the home of Miss Jennie Smith. 120 West Hampshire Street, tomorrow at 8 p. m. jDeacong To Meol urcr of Allegheny-Garrett County Adv. Nov. X-T. 1-2-3: PIEDMONT—The.Board of Dea•_,-•,, i „ icons will meet in the assembly Association: Elmer Upole. «P r '-i room of P i crimollt Prcsbvterian Harry Winner, seniing the foresU-y depar m . _ ^^ ^ g p _ ^ For Rent: Furnished apartment,) four rooms, bath, automatic heat.! Phone 1138. * Adv. Nov. N-T. 1-2.1 Vikon Porcelain WALL TILE QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1181-W K)* fREE ISTIMATM 117 E. MAIN ST. FKOSTBUKG = William Eberly, city councilman, for Eva Annie Thrasher and Russell Thrasher. Adv. Nov. N-T. 1-2-3 The dinner was prepared by the For Rent: 2 room furnished apart- auxiliarv. jment, private bath, "entrance. 134 The company recently conducted East College Avenue a fire drill at Deer P'ark School. also spoke briefly and presented a program of vocal solos and led group singing. Mrs. Elizabeth Sires accompanied at the piano.' Brief Mention , , The Homeroom Mothers of Beall I inspected the building and dem-j Elementary School will meet to-|onstrated the use of equipment to, morrow at 2 p. m.. at the school, the students as part of their ob-. The Eckhart Square Circlejservance of F,re Prevention Week. j Sportsmen's Association will meeti today at 7:30 p. m. at the club j house. Interested sportsmen'may!_, ,-. np i attend Feast Day Today The annual sauerkraut supper j sponsored by the Women's Guild! LONACONINC— All -Saints' Day of Zion Evangelical Reformed j wj]1 {, e observed today with the; Church will be held Thursday from | Ho ]y Eucharist and sermon at: 5 to 8 p. m. in the recreation room J 7:3 o p m _ a t st. Peter's Episcopal of the church. Tickets may be f church. ' : purchased from any Guild mem-j st. John's Choir of Frostburg. ber or at the door. • j w ill sing at the communion ser- The Brotherhood of Welsh Mem- j v ; ce . Names of those deceased to orial Baptist Church will meet to-jbe remembered at the service by j 3,... Pt 7: p<) p m jprayers are to be submitted to thej , The Hill Street Kindergarten; v j c ar, Rev. Lcslee E. Schwindt.' ;j Mothers Club will meet tomorrow j ;| at.7:45 p. m. at the home of Mrs..;g cmile ' rg j 0 p] an ' Benjamin Hughes. 33.UM Street. | Mrs. Ethel Bennett, Mt. Savage, 1 Annual, line t arty ADV. Nov. NVT.I-2 • A Christmas gift your little girl PALACE THEATRE toil Doy Gent Kelly - Don Doiley "It's Always Fair Weather" LYRIC THEATRE The Mad Magician" is a surgical patient in Miners Hos-j pita ]. ' LUKE — -Plans for the annual . j lr ' s Ethe j Griffith, 172 Ormond; Christmas party of the Senior. ' , will enjoy all year! Her beloved street, ancl Miss Es'tella Hosken.iScout Council, of the Tri-Towns '«4*>.ll . will Iftftlr Xrani^ nPW . ih thPSP -. «f '*. »r_r_ ru ___ * -..«, mA/liit;)! fP.Ic-fT-i^f tirtH KA -ma^t* fifr n m^ftinrT doll will look, , adorable togs. Smartest fashions- easy sewing. A few gay scraps will make the entire wardrobe — hat, jumper, jacket, blouse, coat, robe, pajamas and lingerie! . Pattern 4531 is for dolls 32. 14, 16. 18, 20, 22 inches tall. Yardage 61 West Main Street, are medical District will be made at a meeting patients in Miners Hospital. Plans Lunch, Supper will serve lunch and supper in the tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Fortr.ey. ; Plans will be started for the an- jnual Sweetheart Ball and the recent trip to Bethcsda will be discussed. Mrs. Man,- Lowery. Mrs. Margaret ley 16 <n arcn t' s Wertz, Mrs. Jean Shaffer, Mrs. U, rda | e Pa _ J* -Ttr'II ^ T— tMl« f*.**n An * lU t - AU» »iVf **** A**V.I1V>«? »**»•» A M» M%AQW ; - , , requirements in pattern. [Sunday School rcom at the cnurch Re )Ortef i This pattern easy to use. sim-lWednesday, November 9. mere Don't wait until you've had a loss to ask . . . "AM I COVERED?" HOLBEN AGENCY PHONE 43-J FKOSTBUUG AIL FORMS OF INSUKANCf EVER MEET A GUARDIAN ANQCL? you con...imid« tach lov«ly Columbia "Tni-Rt" Diamond tinfll With a ttertt magic, the keeps your ring utftng upright, in pto'jd diioloy oil tne hme-rt can't tmtt, turn or dip. BecoCrta ih«'j rh«rt. your pr«d«vt Coliifflbio "Tru-fil" ii the onfy aiomonj ring you con wtor wilh complete i*curi(y alwayi. Come in end iti Ouf luperb collection. $59.50 To $300.00 JEFFRIES BROS. Broadway Jeweler's Open Sat. Till 9 P. M. Frottburg ring i F. Thcis Grace Miller. Mrs. Ella Grace See. Mrs. Zelma Lowery, Mrs.! Josephine Logdson, Mrs. Kathleen Clapper. Mrs. Agnes DeVore, Mrs, Ruth Hageabuch. Mrs. Donna Mae Witt. Mrs. Hazel Brandt. Mrs. Marjo'rie Ritchey, Mrs. Evelyn Hafer, Mrs. Helen Manley, Ann Hafer, Ann Uowery- Jo Robert Theodore Ixwmis, 25, tubing, and Jane Elizabeth Orden, 18. both Rochester, N. Y. School Dance Set FORT ASHBY - The annual Autumn Ball sponsored by the Junior Class of Fort Ashby High Frances'.See, Pauline Lowery, School will be held Friday, begin- HMW Marie Brandt. Cynthia ining al 8 p. m. The coronation of HNthey, Judy Wilt and Kay and : a queen of the dance will b« held Beverly Shaffer, jaM p. m. Send Thirty-five cents in coinSj for this 'pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mail-i ing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of The Evening Times, 42 Pattern j Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, £1ZE Md STYLE NUMBER. work and other articles. PTA Unit To Meet KEYSER — The Mineral County Parent-Teacher Council will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. in the office of Parker Black, principal of Keyser High School. * Red Cross records show that al| E »g lish Teacher* Meet least 100 lives a year are saved j KEYSER — A sectional meeting .......... patient a orial Hospital, Cumberland, is reported improving. Home From Hospital KEYSER — Mrs. Sarah McMillan. Virginia Street, returned to her home; after undergoing surgery at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. For Sale: Upright Piano, Phone] because of its training of people in'of English teachers was held yes-j Frostburg I128-M. first aid and wal« r*ety, » jlerday at Keyser High School, i Adv. Nov. RCA & ZENITH TELEVISION W« Servict All Maktt Work Guaranteed E'ectric Appliinca Co. Union St. Dial Lonaconinf CHARLIE HILL'S -TOYLAND Will Open Soon FREE SIFTS for all Ihi Kiddies J* /<:r\ f " j. * > », _.- 'M>-»-. •; Located on Second Floor OVER ENGLE'S BUTCHER SHOP West Main Street Thr«« rooms full off toys. Us« our Lay- Away Plan.

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