f ItOSTlt 111C, - K E ¥ S E R And Tri-State Area (8) Evening Tintfs, Wednesday, November 2, 1955 State College Pledges Feted By Fraternity FROSTBURG — Delta Kappa fraternity . of Frostburg State Teachers College .entertained seven prospective pledges at a smoker last night in the college Day Room. Prospective pledges were Richard Weber, Ronald Sheally, Leo Kotchenrutber, Eugene Leyh, Robert Hardman, William Delaney and William Gillespie. Movies were shown and refreshments served. Dale Swecker, president, .was master of ceremonies, while Charles Janda, Eugene Brown and Michael Smith were in charge of refreshments. Thomas Buser was projectionist. • t -. Delta Kappa officers, besides Swecker,.are Henry Gardner, vice president; Donald Bell, recording secretary; Joseph Steen, corresponding secretary; Ralph Scarlett, treasurer; Michael Smith, sergeant at arms; Edward ..Wallace, chaplain, -and William Scott, librarian. ..',". ••'''•' Brief Mention. Frostburg Aerie 1273, F. 0. Eagles, and it's Auxiliary will sponsor a; buck party Saturday, beginning-.-at 8 p. m. Shrimp will be served, and proceeds will go to the Ruhybh-• cancer fund. . The-Hill Street PTA will hold an indoor block party at the school Friday/at 8 p. m. Each room will be in'.'charge of a.special feature at the'party. Refreshments will be available.. John R. Fairgrieve Post 2462, VFW'.-will meet today at 8 p. m. at the Post Home. James Eisen. trout/commander, will have charge of the..meeting., • Hospital-Benefit- FRpSTBURG. — Mrs. Margaret Eisle'presided at. a recent meeting of John R. Fairgrieve Auxiliary, at the-post : hpme. Members brought, gifts: for pat: ients in Childrens Hospital,. Baltimore. A bake sale will be sponsored : by. the group Saturday, at the Goody Nut Shop, the; proceeds ^also to be : given to Children's Hbs- •• A /prize; was won. by June Per. dew;:;arid a -Halloween party -followed ' the business session. The next meeting will be held Wednesday evening, November 9.-. Carved furniture dusts easily if you use a soft cloth placed pro tectively. over a stiff brush, Junior Music Club Elects •FROSTBURG — Donald Zarefoss was elected president of the Mountain Harmony Junior Music Club at a recent organizational meeting held at the home of Cornelia Loar, Frost Avenue. Mrs. Samuel Weatherholt, a member of the board of the Maryland Federation of Music Clubs, is responsible for the organization. Mrs. Carl Storm and Mrs. Herbert Loar will be, the club counselors. Other officers elected were Cornelia Loar, vice president and program chairman; Saundra' Green, treasurer; Carlinda- Storm, secretary; Rebecca Bowser, chairman of the scholarship and endowment fund; Susan Duckworth, ..scrapbook chairman; Saundra Fritz, publicity; Paul Barry, hymns, and Christina Kreiling, social chair ; man,.-'/ ; ,: - , •'... ; ... . '• The officers will be installed at the home of Miss -Carlinda Storm, tomorrow at 7 p. m. Refreshments will be served. •••:••; A musical program at the first meeting included .trumpet, solo, Paul Barry; piano duet, Rebecca Bowser arid Cornelia Loar; trumpet .. solo,;/Donald-; Zarefoss, and piano sold, Carlinda Storm. Slak Program Set Next Week At Frostburg xFROSTBURG-rS.econd and : third grade s t u'drrrts : ':of\.Frostburg schools' who" received ! the first shots of the Salk polio vaccine last year will ' receive their;, second "shots" next week, according, to Mrs. Lois .Jackson -and; Mrs. Margaret Hanson^;health nurses.";.' Under .the present plan, only children .who received the first inoculations rare /eligible. If any pupil ..-'hasCentered any of the local elementary'- schools,from .another community, they may receive; the second shot after presenting a certificate of proof regarding the first injection; .'.-''-. r Mrs. Jackson arid Mrs. Hanson will , be,.: assisted by Mrs. Rose Loibel,. J county '..health', nurse,- .at Beall Elementary. Hill Street, College^ Laboratory, St. Michael's Parochial and Eckhart. Circle Plans Meeting WESTERNPORT—The Westernport Circle of Piedmont Presbyterian Church will meet at the home .of Mrs. Estella Guy, 201 Poplar Street, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Man Wounded WhileHunting Reported Fair PARSONS—A Winchester, Va., man who was wounded in a hunting accident yesterday in the Blackwater section of Tucker County was reported in "fair" condition this morning by attaches at St. Mary's Hospital, Clarksburg. The man, Jesse Judd, 57, was admitted to Tucker County Hospital here, but transferred later to Lhe Clarksburg institution. Authorities said he was struck by a bullet from a .30-30 calibre rifle, the projectile entering the left side of his body and coming out his back. Investigating authorities said Judd was wounded by a shot fired by John Parsons* 55, of Enterprise, • who allegedly stated he was firing at a ; turkey. Parsons told authorities he thought he heard a turkey call, saw a shape about 40 yards away, and-shot at what he believed was a turkey. Judd had to be carried tjuite a distance out of. the wooded area and taken by jeep to the local hospital by three other hunters, Dallas Everett Star, Henry, Va.; Vernon Webster, Jr., Mdorefield, and Forrest Cosner, of Keyser. Investigating officers are Troop ers James R. Rightmire and Donald G. Peters, of the Thomas'de- tachment of the State Police, and Lester Miller, conservation officer of Tucker County. ; The authorities and Prosecuting Attorney J: Pat.Nichols of Tucker County • went" to the scene today to continue.the .probe. Region;Fanns Show Hike In rvalue TV Set Prize At Area Trade Fair KEYSER-Officials of the Po tbmac Trade Fair have announced that a television set. complete with free cable installation, will be apprize at the Trade Fair on Saturday, November '12. Plans are to have ihe TV"set on display at the Trade.^Fdjr, with facilities available for persons interested to make 'contributions to the .Keyser-area needy children Christina* furid. The Trade Fair is annually sponsored by the Keyser Lodge 1916. BPO Elks, and proceeds used for a Christmas party for the needy children of the area. The fair will be held in Keyser High School and will, feature exhibits, variety entertainment anc other attractions. If a worth's Counsel lit/ Mail Editor'* Note: Weddinit »et lor Jwi- t»ry, Rlrl is troubled by fiince'i i«- ' luctftnt jnflnftw. ' ' ' DEAR MARY HAWORTH: I am a girl 21, soon to receive my college degree, after an accelerated course that enables me to finish in three and a half years. • For three years I have known a boy whom I deeply love and.-wno, I have always believed, ^oves me in return. We met in college, where he was a year ahead of me; and I wore his fraternity pin for two years, until we ^became engaged last Spring. ' Some lime ago we set our wedding date for Igle January, and at first Ken seemed as enthusiastic and happy as I. But something has changed. Although he says nothing to indicate that the plans- are. off, he refuses' to talk about details—and I feel we should complete most of the arrangements before the Christmas holidays, to minimize strain on all concerned. Is It Mistake To Plan Ahead? I reserved the church some time back, with Ken's knowledge and This it the time for that new TOPCOAT made by Style-Mart, Botany AND MacReigh Be sure to look these . over before you buy. ... A. Chas, Stewart Home .of Good Clothes seeming approval. But now he repeatedly puts off our necessary visit, together to. the pastor who is to marry, us; '»nd he also refuses to give vme .'a -list of his and his family's friends to be invited to the wedding.' Surely these are two areas of planning that- require some cooperation from the groom. Am I wrong, to plan realistically for this big day? I've tried to honestly discuss my disappointment with Ken, but : he merely says it isn't the biggest day of my life, and that all grooms are "like that." What is wrong? Even as a child I looked ahead to my wedding day, and now Ken's indifference is breaking rny heart ... At this point I am thinking ser-: iously of cancelling all plans, as I interpret Ken's attitude to mean he no longer, wishes us to 'be man and wife. If you have any other explanation, please let me know, for I love him deeply. Although I don't want to marry him if I -feel he doesn't want me, my life would*be meaningless without him. I am terribly confused .and unhappy. -A.-E. Does She Seem fin -if • j O • Too Managerial.' DEAR A. E.: You ask what's wrong, that Ken's one-time enthusiasm has become so- dampened. Well, as I get- the pilch, it could be thai he has the average male's distaste for a managerial woman, when her zeal seems to center on him. And that he is reacting mulishly to the executive way that you've taken hold of the wedding plans. Maybe Ken thought gelling married was his idea,: and thai he was the leader in relation to you, •until von felt the. deal was in the bag. and exuberantly began to be yourself, no longer gentled by suspense; and thus revealed your purposeful character,' expressed in [arsighted detailed planning and directive suggestions addressed to him. Maybe Ken has developed cole feet (even though still in love with you)—-wondering if he is letting himself in for being led by the nose, henceforth. Maybe he reckons it sufficient sacrifice of personal privilege to settle for one woman for life—and shrinks from the disturbing fancy of being'mar- ried to a bossy, driving too self- assured partner. Best Let Mother NOTICE ositars Six Months' Interest to November 1st . Has Been Credited to Your Account Energize Plant .: Are you wrong to plan realist! cally for tlie big day? Theoretic all j no. But .diplomatically it is a mis lake,- in relation to Ken's tempera ment, for you to be spearheading plans, I gather. So I recommem that you surrender that chore ti your mothen . Ordinarily it is the bride' mother's-job to supervise advance arrangements and nudge the.prin cipals through preliminary paces And if suggestions were ^coming from parental sources, for Ken t cooperate as tradition outlines, hi Garrett Work ByC&EFirm Nearly Ended • •/ 0 WORK ADVANCES — Masonry work on the new men's residence hall at Frostburg. State Teachers 'College has advanced to the second floor level, while the same. work on a new women's hall also being constructed is-completed to the first floor. The Baltimore Construction Company, of Baltimore, is the contractor for the project, and Maxwell Stangle, state building inspector, said'the firm will continue work oh both buildings as long as weather permits. Officials of the State Department of Education will visit the college tomorrow to inspect the wort completed. ; : ._ • . . . ' ' - .' ' .. • " • .- . • " .'-'.. ' " • •* Garrett Teachers Attend Art Name Change Workshop At Accident School Approved By •' - - .-"•"• -• '•! .-•••:•. . ••..-... . /-YI • . •• .^11.. -. ROMNEY"— The.; local: off ice of the Farm" Home "Administration has announced"that' the average value of a family-type farm unit n Hampshire County has'been increased $5,000, from $15,000 to 120,000. In Mineral County,-the increase; s $4,000, from. $12,000; to. $16,000,: office personnel:said. ' The increases in value.were set by Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T. Benson, upon •• the recommenda- :ion of the slate and county.FHA committees,-it was pointed out. \ Donald, A. Robey, ; supervisor of the local ; FHA ; office, stales, that :he move will enable -eligible applicants to .secure-loans on more adequate; farm' units 'than ; heretofore. .- • :• -.':•-.. '" -. .- ' The increased mechanization of •arms , and an increase ..in dairy- ng in the two counties: has • con- .ributed to the higher, value placed on farms in : the 1 counties, 'Robey Vtarriage licenses 'Howard William Jones, and Ada Catherine McKenzie, both of Westernport. ' . Russell Foster DeVore Jr., Westernport. ;and Patricia Louise Roberson, South Street. Royce Edward,,Maravelis. 1513 Frederick Street, : -. and Beulah Madeline Wills,.'Hancock/ Kenneth Sherwood Logan, RD 2, Bedford, and • Dorothy Miller Smith, Bedford. David Allen.Boyer, 4 Altamont Terrace, and Alice Virginia Mauck, 19 South Lee Street. . Frederick Charles: Bird, Somerset, Pa., and-Mary Louise Arnold Meyersdale. : Allen /Leroy Preston, Barton, and Anna Mae'Cook,. McCoole; William Raymond Leighty, Washington, D. C., Doris Louise Dusch, 1004 Michigan -Avenue. Duffy Will Stick To Fundamentals EAST . LANSING^-Mich.-(NE'A) —When Duffy DajJgherty began drilling Michigan-State, for the Wisconsin game, he started-by telling them:."The most'important thing is ; to keep 11 men ph ; the field.". Last, year, the Badgers won, 6-0, when Alan Ameche rambled 29 yards for the only score against a team that had only 10 men in action. While Ameche was running,. LeRoy Bolden of Michigan State lay injured-on the sideline. 1 GRANTSVILLE -— An in-service art workshop was held -recently at Accident. School for Garrett County teachers. The .program was presented 'by .Binney and'Smith,.>New York City, art firm,, and conducted by /Edwin .Elias, -elementary .supervisor: for Garrett County. The : art v consultant was/ Mrs. Jane -R. fGallaway,. a, representa- .iveyof the Binney-Smith firm.-A graduate of Indiana'University- and ;he' Franklin School of Professional Art, she taught and: supervised art in public, schools -in.- Ohio. "Also".', attending the workshop were Willard L. Hawkins, superintendent of schools; Foster .Bittle, ijgh school supervisor, and Wil- b'am H/-Mulliken Jr.,. public arid educational'- relations -; representa- iv.e for''Binriey and Smithv ; - Participanls 'included- A. . B. Dean, principal of Accident School, arid Mary Strauss,. Edith Dean, Earl Savage, Iva Schlossnagle, Nfettie -.Shank, •! Edward "•• Sh'uck and Ethel ; Hesser, members-of the^faculty. •-••;'•'•• .. -;;/. : ---; /; " ; '- ' '••• ;Claudine and.Esther Opel.'Grace Speicher, Viola Broadwater, .Anna K. Beachy, Zeola R. Robeson, Elizabeth Williams, Fern Epstein, Jennie Stark and Mary .McKenzie, Grantsville School. Alice. Feather, Elizabeth Thayer, Lena La Rue, Josephine King, Lillie B. Wilhelm, Oakland-; Elementary. . ;-.•;.'' Harold Kinard, Mary and. Rose 'Drabishi Friendsville School; Virginia! Glover, Elaine Falkenstein, Melyin Schwing, Kath'- ryn Speicher, Susan Gleeson and Mary C. Lipscomb, Northern High. Charlotte : Banard,. Alice .Howard and Inez Bush, Bloomington School; Lenora Buckel, North Glade School; Esther. Yoder and Ruth'Yoder, Yoder School;- Elva M. Butts, and Gilbert Savage,. Mt. Zion School. Willie Ann McKenzie, Charles Blubaugh, Johnson School; Bonnie Calhoun, Swan Meadow School; Lester Bolyard, Swanton School, and Ida Reckner, John Baker and Bernice.Kalk, Bittinger School. Class Plans Meet FROSTBURG — The Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. in the lecture room of the church. prouaoiy wouin yieia wiinoui a struggle, regardless of quaking second thoughts. I feel it would.be unfair to yourselves, to cancel all plans because Ken as misgivings. Take care to revive his belief in himself as unit leader: and let him know it is he. not pageantry, that most interests you as The Day draws near. That should restore rapport, T think. -M. H. Mary Hnworth conn«»l« through her Cfilumn, not by null or person*! interview. Writ* to h»r )n cure o( Th« Xrvntnjr Tlm««. Cop.vrUht, 195S. Th« W»»hlnjitoii Prut Distributed by Kln» F»»t«r»« Syndlcite Circle Meeting Scl PIEDltfONT — The Marguerite Arnold Circle of Piedmont Presbyterian : Church will meet at the church Monday at 8 p.m.iAfterlhe business session, refreshments •>*!!! be served at the home of UTS. Robert E, Kimmel Jr;, Third Street. Vjiiurvii mcemig WESTERNPORT — A business meeting of members of Christ Memorial Baptist Church will be held at the church, tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. , Halloween Roundup WESTERNPORT— The Training Union- of First Baptist Church will sponsor ."a Halloween roundup tomorrow at the church from 7 to 9 p.nj.' Those attending are to be costumed. Games will be played and refreshments served. Hurricane Family CORN, Okla. — Ifl — John Edwin Vogt won't forget the hurricane season for a long; time.. •'• No, he:wasn't .hit-by any of the big . blows. , His friends keep ribbing him :about. three hurricanes around his house. His wife, Hilda, snd two daughters, Brenda and Janet, bore ,the names of three 1955 hurricanes. Public Card Party,Parcel Sale PLanhed KEYSER—The - Upper Potomac Ladies Club is sponsoring a card aafty arid parcel post sale, to be iield Tuesday, November '15, at ihe Upper Potomac. Shrine • Club on U. S..Route 50. The program is scheduled for 8 p. m.,. and bridge, canasta, 500 and set back will be played. . The club membership includes Shrincrs' -ladies from Hampshire; Hardy, Grant, Mineral and Pendleton-counties. The party will be the. second in : . a series of .^public events planned by .the -club. Proceeds from the activities, are to be used for interior decorations of the new'Shrine Club. Mrs.-James Cookman, Romney, is president of Petersburg, Moorefield, College Kiwanis Club HoMs First Initiation Of Year KEYSER-The. Circle K' Club at Potomac State College' held its first initiation of the school year a recent evening, when a class of 11.'sophomore students were ad: mitted into the club. The class was received by James Sutton, president, followed by instructions given by Paul Kane; secretary, and Joseph Elliott, treasurer. •Concluding the ceremony.. A. K. VanScoy of the ..Keyser Kiwanis Club;'a'member of the Kiwanis International;- on ; Circle K Clubs, delivered , a short talk. Paul Iverson. local Kiwanis committeeman on Circle K, also spoke. The new- members are John Chathiam* ^Philadelphia; Marion Deahl, ^Moorefield; : Jack Harvey, Oakland, Md.; . John. Jurick, Clarksburg; Donald Murphy, Penns Grove, N. J.; Carl Mallow, Franklin: William Orndorff, Arbovale; Richard Prunty. Panns Grove, N. J.; Larry Say re, Parkersburg; Robert .-Smith, Keyser, and .Otis Yeager, Clarksburg. CliurcliGlass the ladies unit.'. Tickets are available from members and -the following" local chairmen: . . Burlington, Mrs. Edwin : Davis; Elk Garden, Mrs. Huber Norman; Keyser, • Mrs. 'Martin- L. Watson; Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Ralp'h Ours; Bean: Romney, Mrs. Joseph Fowler, and Tri-Towns, Mrs. Robert Derham. Other committee "chairmen in elude parcel post sale, Mrs. Claude A: Martin: bakeless . cake... sale, Mrs. 'Charles' Blackburn; ' tables and decoration, Mrs. Earl Hess; refreshments, Mrs. David Baker; prizes.-Mrs. Carl Stickley. Costume Prize • Winners Listed LONACONING — Costume prize winners at .the' 'Halloween party held by Good Will Volunteer Fire Company and Lonaconing City Band were: ' Pauline Richardson; Gladys Morris and Gloria Jean :Nicol,.as coal miner and .mule; • Richard -Cutter, Ted Wilson and Wayne Foote, as Mutt and Jeff. . '. Roberta Love, prettiest; Sandy Stevenson, Dutch character; Don- ald''Moyer,. gorilla; Mrs. Stella Johnson,, 'doll with huge dummy, won honorable mention. Garrett several few WESTERNPORT — The. Young Adult Bible Class of the Church o the Brethren . voted' to change its name to the Volunteer Bible Class at a recent meeting at the church annex. • : •';/•: •'••' A covered dish-supper was helc prior to 'the'.meeting.;. There jwere 17 members attending., Mrs: gdria Ritchie, -. Mass: Edith Ritchie, Mrs.- Beiva, .Ritchie and Mrs. .Ethel 'Moorehea'd were, in charge,, of; table.. arrangements. • Committees. . named by the president, Mrs. Bertha Hackett'in- cluded Mrs,: Mae Shimer,-flowers and .cards; Mrs^ Goldie Hbusley, Mrs. Mary Biddle and Mrs. Ethel Moorehead, -visiting; Miss Nellie Rounds, hostess; Mrs. Dorothea Rhodes, Mrs. Edna -Ritchie, .Mrs. Leona • Smallwood, Mrs; Dorothy Marsh, Mrs." Helen DeWitt and Mrs. Helen -Metcalf, entertainment. * The entertainment committee i will be in charge: of the annual Christmas -party which will be held early next month. OAKLAND—Of two improvement ptojects by the C&P Telephone Company underway m lounty for the past months, one was completed last week and another is scheduled completion within the next 3 The project completed covered anoutlavof$19,OOOmtheB,ttinger a-ea where 21 additional subscribers were brought into the system in the Manadier Ridge section. The improvement included the erection of. 149 poles 116 cross arms and 44 miles of wire The new installations will provide facilities for an unlimited number, of people. • . t Work on the improvement of service in the Mt. Lake Park-Deer Park and Swanton area is pro- Dressing. A program was authorized several months ago at,-a_cost $31000 to provide additional telephone facilities in the area. This project involves 17. miles • of additional wire, 101 cross arms and 28 additional poles: and placing four and one-half miles of additional aerial cable. The cab,e lias been placed-and is now being spliced. , , Richard K. Dayton, local telephone manager, said it would be necessary to change several hundred cable pairs on as many lines to provide facilities where necess- 31* V, Telephone lines at Mt. Lake Park and Loch Lynn have been filled to capacity for. some time and it was impossible to get new customers, but after all improve-, m'eiits are completed those desir- ing'service will get it, Dayton :' said.. M ' All types of service will be available to-anyone in-the Mt. Lake Park, Swanton or Deer Park areas.. • * - • . -" • Plans Card Party : KEYSER—A public card party , sponsored by Beta Omicron Chap- '*. ter of Beta Sigma Phi will be conducted Friday'at 8 p. m. in the American Legion Home, Westernport. For Sale: Oriole-Gas stove; Cedar lined maple wardrobe with mirror door. Phone Frostburg 1103-J-2 Adv; Oct. N-T-Sl-Nov-1-2 Return From Trip WESTERNPORT—Mr.-and Mrs. Tracy Whitworth, Piedmont, and Mr. .and Mrs. Roy Mulledy,-Westernport, ;returned from .a motor trip to Florida. For Rent: Furnished apartment, four ,rooms| 'bath, automatic :heat. Phone 11?8. , Adv. Nov. N-T.1-2. Callouses Pain, Burning, TendtrMss •n Bottom of Ftet Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWIS Concrete Products S Taylor St. Frailburg FHONE 322 For the fastest relief imaginable, use Super-Soft Dr. Scholl'* Zino-pads. They alio remove callouses one of the quickest way* known to medical science. At Drug, i Shoe. Dept, 5-10< Store*. Film To Be Shown At Church Tonight FROSTBURG—The .film, "Martin Luther," will be shown today at 7:30 : p. m.- at Shaft Methodist Church as part of the Reformation Day program. /' . ' . • The public will'be admitted and an offering will' be taken. Welfare Club To Meet WESTERNPORT — The Social Welfare Club will 'meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the.DeLuxe Restaurant. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. D-Scholls lino-pads WALLPAPER New Patterns for FALL AND WINTER LEMMERTBROS, PAINT & HARDWARE PHONE 3*0 FHOST1URG STOHI HOURS DAHY 1-5 P. M. SAMOAY t-9 f. M. MT.CITY ROLLER RINK Skating Wed. - Fri. - Sat. Nights For Skating Parties Phone Fbg, 438-J Woolrich All-Wool SHIRTS Red,-Green & White Check Sizes 14-18 _ $6,95 — J. B. Shannon & Co. Frostburg For. Rent: 2 room .healed apartment, bath, Corner" Grant and Washington Streets, Phone.Frost- burg 627-J. Adv.-Nov. T-1-2-N-2-3 For Rent:-2 room furnished apartment, .private bath,' entrance. 134 East College Avenue. ADV. Nov. N-T.1-2 Loccttd «A $*c«nd Ftor OVER CNGLE'S IUTCHER '•« r -' • 1 West M«in Strttt SHOP wre.. num. Ml. - SAT. MAT.: SUN. . HIM. THOU, t SAT. •! 1:01 PALACE Pleote bring your Savings Account Passbook to the lank far entry •f this interest. TECHNICOLOR CHARLIE HILLS Will Open Soon FREE GIFTS for ill tin KiWIts Three rooms ' full off leys. Use our Lay- Away Plan. "T TRACTOR OWNERS Does your tractor need attention? Now is the time to get.it done. Check these services-Phone us now. ENGINE—-Does your tractor engine use too much oil? Let us overhaul it now. BRAKES—Are leaking grease teals causing dangerous brakes on your tractor? WINTERIZING—Let us get your tractor ready for winter. Antifreeie, engine oil, filter, ignition, car* buretor and battery. ' : TIRES—We have complete portable tire repair equipment. Repairs done here or at four farm. . •';'-.-.: HYDRAULIC—-Is your system slow and jerky—yet in shape now?.' - STEAMING antf PAINTING — We hare complete steem cleaning and painting service. Wt pick up and deliver anywhere — No charge. We will al»o lend ytm a tractor to ute whilt yourt it being repaired. mi m SERVICE formerly Keyser Ridge Tractor A Equipment Co. Keyser Ridge, Grawtsville, Md. Phone Accident 74?
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