Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
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i UOSTR riu; - KEY s E And Tri-State Area News (13) Evening Times, Thursday, November 3, 1955 Pin Ceremony Features Program By Girl'Scouts- in PIEDMONT — Five Tri-Towns Girl Scouts received •• five * point « ior service pins at a public emony Tuesday evening Piedmont Presbyterian Church. | Receiving the pins were Lessie Weasenforth, Becky Green and Elizabeth Suter, members of Piedmont Troop 3, and Beverly Bryan and Judith Stakem, LukeJTroop 7. The presentations were made by Mrs. Alton R. Fortney of.Luke, Lone Troop consultant of Tri- Towns Girl Scouts. The girls were the first to receive the honor, which is for community service. •Becky Green and Elizabeth Suter were selected by the senior leaders to represent the Lone Troop "Association at the Senior Round-Up at Highland, Mich., next June. Beverly Bryant and Judith Stakem will be alternates. The public ceremony was held in observance of the .birthday of Juilette Lowe, L founder of Girl Scouting, and the program included: . "" Presentation of colors, Bloomington Troop 10; pledge of allegiance, Lessie Weasenforth; song,-"America," with Betty Lou Fike as piano accompaniment;' investiture of-new Brownies by .Mrs. Virginia Suter and Mrs. Anna Mae Kidwell. "Fly- Up" of Brownies to Girl Scouts, in charge of Mrs.. Fortney and Mrs. Suter; investiture • of new Girl-Scouts, Mrs. "Fortney; investiture of senior scouts, Mrs. Lois Bell; investiture of new leaders, Mrs. Fortney. ; A'report of her first year in camp was presented by Catherine Lupis; Beverly Bryan reported of her third year in camp, and reports on the trip to Bethesda were made by Bernice Dunnivan, first trip, and Becky Green, second trip. The association will sponsor . public skating party at the K. of P. armory Friday evening, November 11. Tickets will be sold al the door. . T. Householder Named To Police WESTERNPORT — Richard T. leaseholder; a former local police ffic'er; was ; again appointed • to hat position at a meeting of Mayor )k'ey E. Michael and the -Town Commissioners last night. Householder succeeds William Vilkinson Jr., who resigned effec- ive October 31. The new officer s a World War II veteran who re- urned : to work in the street department following his resignation as a 'oliceman several months ago. Howard Trerium was appointed o succeed Householder in the treat department, and 'Thomas 'ohnson Jr., was named a temporary employe in the street detriment while Robert Sellers is n the service. Two temporary lights have been nstalled on the municipal parking ot on Church Street. The lights irdered for. the. lot have not been delivered due to a strike, Mayor Vlichael reported. Mrs. Katherine Dailey, : city :lerk, • was instructed to write Glaze and Glaze, . consulting engineers 'of Harrisburg, Pa., relative o making a survey of the ;hollow n the rear of Wilson's service sta- ion. . . Before a sanitary sewer can be aid in that area to take care of drainage from Greene's Addition a survey will have to be made to determine the best place to run .he sewer.' 'The site must also be approved ,by -the Health Depart ment before , any work can starl on it, it was reported. • Large Turkey Kill Reported PARSONS—Twenty-four turkey: have been -reported killed during this season,' according to Lester Miller, conservation officer, who said the figure is a very large kill for Tucker County. ^Reporting Jdlls to date were Ira V Alkire of Hendricks, nine-pound hen; Bud Govedich, 17 pound gobbler, Daniel Pase of Thomas, ten pound hen;. Carl, ^oha,, ,12., pounc gobbler, and Dave Williams, 14 pound gobbler, both 'of Warren Ohio; Herbert Bennett of Parsons, 14 pound hen; French Raines oi Red Creek, 12 pound hen, anc Forrest Armentrout of Parsons 181-z pound gobbler, all on October 15. Govedich and Pase bagged their game in Grant County and Armentrout in Randolph County. On- October 17, the only kill reported was by Bruce Hull of Davis, ten pound gobbler; October 18 kills were Kenneth Hebb of St. George ten pound hen; Laverna Hebb of Parsons, eight pound hen, Bryan Sponaugle of Hendricks, 24 pounc gobbler. October 19 kills were by Rober; Hebb of Parsons and Kenneth Hebb of St. George, both with twenty pound gobblers; John T. Auvil and James Parsons, Doth of St. George nine pound turkeys in Randolph County; Scott Hovatter of Parsons 12 pound hen. October 20 kills, Woodrow Price of Parsons, 13 pound gobbler. Oc tober 21 kills were by Harry Mooreland and ; W. A. Van Ormer both of Cumberland, both ; with eight pound hens; E. E. Hott o Franklin, eight pound hen; Jacl Crawford of Douglas, eight pound hen; Jack Cramer of Jackson Ohio, ten pound hen; Earl Corcor an of Parsons", reported the onlj kill ,.for October 22, go"bbler. a 15 pound roup Named ?or Selection lospital Site ROMNEY — Plans for the es- ablishing of a hospital in Hamp- hire County advanced recently •ith th"e appointment of six men s a committee to select a site for :ie proposed.institution. The men were selected by the since that season opened. Hampshire County Court and their ames will hot be divulged, so icy may go about their duties un- ampered. . . " . When approximately five sites ave been chosen they will be submitted to federal authorities, along ,-ith an application for funds avail- ble under the Hill-Burton Act. The plans considered call for a 720,000 structure. Residents of this area needing wspitalization: must now go to ither Winchester, Va., or Cum->. r D rv i j lerland. Unlike other nearby West! Ma y Be Dissolved /irginia communities, Hampshire Midland MIDLAND — 'Mrs! Catherine Brinegar was hostess to her club Monday evening. Prizes were won jy Mrs. Harry Sulser and Mrs Patrick Coleman. The annual Halloween party o: the Auxiliary of the Midland Fire Company was held a recent even ng at the fire hall. Prizes were awarded and refreshments served Charles Hawkins Jr., Detroit, vis ited relatives here. Miss Mary Jane Farrell. studen nurse at Sacred Heart Hospital Cumberland, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs James Farrell. Mrs. Frank Beveridge returned from-Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Jennie Gibby is a medica patient in Memorial Hospital, Cum serland. Richard Dunn is a medical pa tient in Miners Hospital, Frostburg Mrs. Barbara Cadwallader, Gil more, returned home from Sacre Heart Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Stakem and children, Washington, visited Mr and Mrs. Clement Stakem. Z. -K. Ponder, Hagerstown, visit ed Mrs. Richard Elliott and Mr and Mrs. John Jeffries. Miss Bee Reilly is visiting rela tives in Cincinnati. Mrs. Jennie Blair is visiting re latives in Cumberland. Calvin Stceler, Frederick, visit ed his wife and son here. Given Merit Award FROSTBURG—Beta Mu Chapte of Kappa Pi at Frostburg Stat Teachers. College" has received th award of merit for the best contr; butibns to "The Sketch Book," magazine published semi-annuall; by the National Honorary 'Art Fra ternity. For Violatin Hunting Laws ROMNEY - Records filed at the District office of the West Virginia Conservation Commission here, reveal there have been approxi mately 65 arrests due to game vio lations since the hunting season opened last month. "There have been eight accidental shootings reported, with one fatality due to an accidental . shooting recorded in Jefferson County. Twenty bow. and arrow deer, kills have been reported in District 2 Shower Fetes Area Woman CRESAPTOWN — Mrs. Harry Frankenberry and Mrs. Charles Frankenberry entertained a recent evening with a miscellaneous shosv- er in honor of Mrs. Shirley Frankenberry, before she left to join her husband, Howard Frankenberry. a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Glover, Mrs. Foster Glover, Mrs. Edith Kifer, Mrs. Walter Richardson, Mrs. James McKee, Mrs. Wm. T. McKenzie, Mrs. Marie Uphold, Mrs. Ralph Bowman. Mrs. Dorothy Wolford, Mrs. Ruth Morgan. Mrs. Margaret Height, Mrs. Or- station. Within Romney Gas Station Gutted By Fire Today ROMNEY—Fire gutted the interior of the Floyd King Service Station on Main Street early today. Assistant Fire Chief Harold Welker said no estimate of the damage was made but it was extensive. The fire probably smoldered during the night before breaking from the furnace room to the main part of the building, he added. Church, Sunday School Hold Supper Program At Ellerslie £' 'i tS' • v££ The blaze was y an Conservation • Officer Claude Rice of Mineral County states that on November l, he received notice of four deer being killed, with the four calls covering an;interval of approximately 15 minutes.'. Three deer have been killed by motor vehicles, . officials report, while one died svhile caught in a wire fence. phia Weslow, Mrs. Cora Griffith, Mrs. Philip Lehr, Mrs. Archie Wade, Mrs". John Weslow. Mrs. John Villa, Mr. and Mrs. Charles | Frankenberry, Miss Deloris Weslow, Miss Joan Leake, Miss Barbra Dickel. Mrs. Robert Crump. Mrs. William Kirby, Mrs. George Witt, Mrs. Richard Sweene, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Frankenberry, Mrs. Junior Rod,-Giiii Club County does not have a clinic with- n its borders, while neighboring counties do have clinics and private hospitals to relieve the case oad. BloodDonpr MeetingSet LONACONING — A- final Blood 3ank meeting will be .held tomor- ow at 7:30 p. m. in preparation or the blood mobile visit here Tuesday, November 8, from noon o 6 p. m. ; Mayor Virgil Alexander is chairman: Alexander Gardner, recruit- ng chairman; Mrs. Theima Ins- \eep, nurses chairman; Mrs. Carmen Peebles, motor corps. Mrs. Gertrude Cave is in charge of canteen, and Mrs. Betty.Getty, clerical assistants. A plea to every adult from Bar,on to Midland to give blood in order to attain ;the quota of 12C lints.has been made by the Blood 3ank committee. . Only 25-volunteers having indicated they will donate blood to date, it was reported. WESTERNPORT — The Junior 'pper Potomac Rod and Gun Club •ill meet Wednesday, November at 7:30 p.m. at .the Westernport ea Room. Joseph Minke, region- 1 game warden, 'will show films. Unless greater interest is mani- ested by the parents of members nd other interested "persons, the lub will be dissolved, according o Melvin 0. Whitfield, chairman, /nether the club will be continued ill be decided at next week's neeting, Whitfield said, adding lat the boys themselves-are great- y interested in the club: Club Elects; Holds Party FROSTBURG - The Midlothian Homemakers held a masquerade party a recent evening at the home of Mrs. Albert Winner, Consol. Roll cajlwas answered with each nember telling their favorite method of cleaning walls and floors. New officers elected were Mrs. Paul Barnett, president, and Mrs Albert Winner, treasurer. • Mrs. Kenneth Ritchie displayec a skirt she had made and reportec plans were completed for a Christmas party at Moon's Restaurant on December 19. Members were informed that Achievement Day will be held No vember 15 at Central YMCA in Cumberland. Mrs. Mason Dieh! received the gift of the month. Games were played and refreshments served. One guest, Mrs George Winner, Consol, was pres :nt. Parking Ban Cited FROSTBURG — Chief of'Polic Lloyd Truly announced today tha parking in the future would be prohibited on the north side of Main Street from the post office to the city limits. Staggers To Speak KEYSER — Vernon Staggers principal of Piedmont High School will be the speaker at a meeting of the Mineral County Parent Teacher Association tomorrow 7:30 p. m. at Piedmont High. Accident Report KEYSER — The local State Po lice detachment investigated 24 accidents on the Mineral County highways during October. For th corresponding month in 1954, 2C accidents were investigated. In September of this year, the high way accident toll was only 15. jr- ____™™_—— i-•"•'•• . County PTA Meet PIEDMONT—The Mineral Coun ty Parent-Teacher Association m meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. a Piedmont High School, accordin to Mrs. Leroy Fleming,. Wiley Ford, president. House Hits Train FORT WORTH, Tex.-GR-Th Texas & Pacific railroad brough suit for damages growing out o a train-house wreck. They sai C. J. Ware %vas at .ault when th house he was moving gol in th way of one of the T&P freights a a crossing. George Malloy and Mrs. Garlick. Brfef Mention Lester Mrs. W. R. Raines is home from Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hershberger and son, of Delaware, and Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hershberger and daughter, Hagerstown. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hershberger. Mr. and Mrs. Brace L. Hutson attended the funeral of her uncle, Fred De Lazier. Berlin, Pa. Carl Frankenberry has moved his family to Rawlings. . Mrs. Delia Cook has .moved to Kitzmiller, where she is operating a clothing store. discovered at| employe. Roy j he went to the' five minutes the! ELLERSLIE—The annual covered dish supper of Ellerslie Metho-j dist Church and Sunday School was held a recent evening in the church hall. After the supper a program was Held in the auditorium. Mrs. Harry Porter, chairman, opened the meeting with group singing. Prayer was offered by J. V. Porter, followed by a solo by Rev. Mr. O'Brien, accompanied by Mrs.i ! Clarence Burkett. !' A reading was given by Mrs.! daughter, Mrs. Amanda Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Griffey, Mr. end Mrs. James Porter, Mr. and'-; Mrs. Clarence Burkett, Miss Lil- i lian Cook. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Griffey ,. and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh -*-. Stevenson, Charles Griffey, Mrs. '<• Anna Lowery, Mrs. Marie Simpkins and daughters, Mrs. Alma Connor and sons, Mrs. Harry • Porter and Sandra and Dwight Miller. Romney Volunteer Fire Company was at the scene of the fire and they battled the flames for 30 minutes before dousing the fire. An electric clock inside the! fey Mrs. Alma Connor. solo by Sherril by Lynn Grif- singing led By building stopped at wiring burned away. :55 when the* This" indicated the fire was underway for some time. King had an extensive stock of auto accessories and these were all destroyed in the blaze. The damage was covered by insurance. The building is a one-story concrete block. The fire is believed to have started in the furnace room. Council Votes Change In Parking Regulation KEYSER — Mayor John C. Freeland and two members of the. City Council met Tuesday. Routine matters, .including traffic problems, were discussed. Councilman Lester Dates and his wife are in California. It was ordered that the yellow lines at the postoffice be changed to white, to permit parking for only brief periods. A program was then given byj I Rev. "Mr. O'Brien of the Ellerslie,; Church, Rev. Mr. Parsons of Mt.j Savage, and Rev. Mr. Richards of Hyndman. Instrumental numbers, impersonations and vocal selec-^ tions were given by the ministers.' Games were in charge of Myraj I.uman. Attending were Rev. and Mrs. Richards and daughter. Rev. Mr. Parsons. Rev. and Mrs. O'Brien! and sons. Dr. and Mrs. William! larnes and family, Mr. and Mrs.J Walter Dellinger, Mrs. ' Loisj Sheavly and daughter, Mr. and; Mrs. Irvin Lowery- Miss Myr'na Luman, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Growden and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Zembower and famliy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harrison and son, Mr. and Mrs. Nial Cook and family, Ross Bagley. Mr. and Mrs ; Ellis Wisler and son, Thomas McCloud, Byron j Kimmel, Mrs. Goldie StoUars,' Mr. j and Mrs. Willard Wenrich andj Let Us Winterire Your Home With Repairs to Roofs-Spouting Doors - Windows Siding • Furnaces L NEILSON & SON S. Water St. Ext'd Phone 787-M FROSTBURG Poll Parrot Footwear ..- Infants - Children Misses In New Fall Colors, Styles " CONDON'S SHOE STORE 30 W. Mom Froitburi PHONE S«0-J 'Always On Time HOUSTON, Tex.-tB-A tavern here uses two clocks: one 15 minutes ahead of time, the other two hours slow. Customers can use either one, depending on the story they want to tell. For Sale: <-S room Ward's Oil Heater, 32,:00 BTU. Cheap. Phone Frostburg 856-W-12. Adv. Nov. N-T. 1-2-3 HE'S ALL EARS—farmer Jerry Nfain has blf ears, and he's glad of it They're cars of com that he grew on his farm near Bucklin, Mo. His field averaged an outstanding 169Y4 bushels per acre. Last year, his average 144 bushels an acre took first Jn th« Missouri Tanners' Association contest, Frcminf Lumber Iniulotien Vertical Grain Fir .Hewing Katlty fine Cr, • IrYAflfnAY «rft|)pt4l • t eVntf T. t. M. BROADWATER LUMBER CO. fffOttf W-J _-«A- .. * — Af MA •VJfWrJ 9n WT< ^W M!VI CAMFVUY *~»~*~** A>^ MAURICE'S . Saturday Last Day CREDIT PLAN suit your budget FROSTBURC and KEYSER Stores Friday and Saturday Last Two Days of The Record Making Value Event! Bargains In Every Department at the Lowest Prices in Years! From Reg. Stock! Beautiful New Fall Blouses Values TO $2.59 Solidi, checki and plaidj in tv«ry wanted fqbric. guy now and tavel Siz«» 32 to 40. .FROSTBURG AND -KEYSER $3.70 Women's First Quality Sweaters c 4 99 Fall KEYSER STORE ONLY $ Slip-over and coat it/Its. ChooM variity of colors and -fabrici. Broken Values to $3.99 from a 1 Ladies' Water Repellent Poplin Special purcha»e. Water repellent lined, iipp«r poplin jacketi. All new fall and winter colon. All lined with warm plaid flannel. Both storei. Reg. $3.95 Values SPECIAL! LARGE SIZE Belgium Linen Towels Reg. Values A to 35c . .' " for FROSTBURG STORE ONLY Furniture Specials! Innerspring Mattress and Box Spring Combination ' Reg. $79.00 Frostburg Store Only! Here'e • real matlrett and tpring ««t»«. Oovbl* ke* 1 »iie. Rt«. 7».» v«l«e—«nly J4».00. 5 PC. Bedroom Outfit H69 50 tnclv4in| toe), elrejMtr, duel, inirartpriiif mejt- tr«N mfit t»\\ IWg. Vcliies to $23f .30 FROSTIURG STORE ONLY Maurice's Again Demonstrates Record For Value Giving! Save 12.00 on 100% Wool Suburban COATS Values TO $29.98 You'll grab thete—there or only 30 coali In group. Stylet for men and young men. Thii it a special purchase from o New York manufacturer. All warm quilled liningi, beautiful tweedi and window pan* check j. Siue, grey cna' : orawn. Siiei 34 re 44, FROSTBURG AND KEYSER STORES Both Stores Open Saturday Men . . . Here's The Buy of Your Life I Nationally Advertised Famous Brands Sport Shirts Rcgulorly Set! at $3.95 TO $7.95 FOR $6.50 AH Hrtt quality! AD new pattern!! All new celenl HunJree!i and hundred! ef thirti all impe«obly tui!er*i. Yeur cn*nc* t* «eve $ S $. Siiei imell, medivm, teirfle eintt eirrei lejrf*. FROSTIURG AND KEYSER STORES FREE 9x12 Ry§ P«rf—Rtf. $12.95 Wifh *e ^«rch«M ef «ny »«IJ left iwfeice r«f. Frcitburf lUrt Only. Frittburf *n4 Keyser *** *•* 'w 1

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