Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 4, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 4, 1955
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FRO§TBURG-KEYSER And Tri-Stalc Area News (12) Evening Times, Friday, November 4, 1955 Homemakers Set Plans For Holiday Party GRANTSVILLE ~ The Grantsville Homemakers Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Allen Baker, near Berlin, Pa. Mrs. Baker, newly-elected president, presided. Mrs. Harold Miller led group singing and also gave a demonstration and talk on "Family Recreation." Roll call, "What My Family En- Joys Doing Together," was answered by 13 members and one guest. Three birthdays were ob- Community Tree Lighting Set December 11 In Frostburg poem, "Thanksgiving." A special meeting of presidents, past presidents and chairmen will be held at the Accident Fire Hall, Monday, November 14. Mrs. Ralph Buckel will attend. A "fur" meeting will be held at the -Casselman Hotel Wednesday, November 16, at 1:30 p. m. The annual Christmas party will be held at the home of Mrs. Raymond Leochel, with Mrs. Ollie Leochel and Mrs. George Diefenbach assisting, Wednesday afternoon, December 7, at 1:30 p. m. An exchange of gifts and program will feature. The entertainment committee will include Mrs. Harold Miller, Mrs. Harry G. Edwards, Mrs. Fred Holliday and Miss Ethel Broadwater. Brief Mention Mrs. H. F. Broadwaler and Mr. and . Mrs. Hayward G. Broadwater visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herbert, Philadelphia. Mrs. Eva B. Beachy recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Noel and .Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Frantz, North Braddock. Pa., and Mrs. Estelle Reed, Pittsburgh. Mrs. Harry J. Bender entertained the Tuesday Night Bridge Club. Honors were won by Miss Ethel Broadwat"r. Mrs. H. F. Broadwater and Mrs. Maud Klock. FROSTBURG — The annua: lighting ceremony of the community Christmas tree will be held at 6 p. m. Sunday, December 11, it was announced at a meeting of the planning commitlee last night at the home of Miss Agnes Howat, Beall's Lane. Mayor Perry Myers, Arthur Thomas, Walter Kline, representing the Potomac Edison Company, and Melvin Eichhorn, commander of'Farrady P&st 24, American gion, met with the committee which is composed of Miss Howat, Mrs. Reford Aldridge, Mrs. Herbert Loar, Dr. Hazel Ramsey and Mrs. John Stewart. Farrady Post secured the donation of a tree which it will erect, and will have a public address system available for the ceremony. Mayor Myers said the city will erect a platform and traffic will be rerouted for the ceremony. Eastbound traffic will turn off at High Street and westbound traffic at either Center or Maple during Lhe time of the brief ceremony. Firemen will direct traffic, under the direction of Arthur Thomas, police commissioner. The Beall High School Band will play with Frank Munson directing, and the 'American Legion color guard will participate. Every organization and church of the town is to be invited to attend and the church choirs will be asked to join in'the singing. Jo-Le-Kay Market C. Main at Grant Phone 733 Frtih Country Eggs Apples Bu. 1.15 179 Vi Pk. Bo» 39e 'A Bu. Ba r. i. 95c Florida Oranges j> V39c <*< FRESH MEATS FROZEN FOODS residents are Two Kelly Brothers Serving In U. S. 'Navy WESTERNPORT — David (Sonny) Kelly and Scott (Buddy) Kelly, 'ormer Tri-Towns ierving in the Navy. Sonny is in Cuba for six weeks training period aboard a destroyer, and Scott recently enlisted and is receiving boot training at Bain- Dridge. Residents of Baltimore, they are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kelly and grandsons of David Kelly. Yellow Pine Sheathing Y. P. Roofers Y. P. Trim Aluminum Storm Door* .. $35.00 Aluminum Storm Sash $15.95 & up Ventilators NEILSONBROS, Phone 429 Frostburg Saturday Specials All Day 8:30 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. FIRST FLOOR SPECIAL DUNGAREE For Men Special $1.79 pair lay-away toys now. Large selection on our first floor. HHMIMMiHMMMMIM SECOND FLOOR SPECIAL COCOA MATS Large Size-Special $1.49 Small Size - Special $1.19 SCATTER RUGS Cotton - Chenille - Washable All - $3.50 Rugs - Special $2.39 AIS-$5.19 Rugs-Special $2.99 All - $5.98 Rugs - Special $4.19 All - $7.98 Rugs - Special $5.19 BUY NOW FOR XMAS USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN BASEMENT SPECIAL TUXEDO FEEDS 25IbScratch ... $ 100 Ib Scratch... $3.84 16% Dairy $3.83 20% Dairy $3.97 Porkmaker $3.99 Special Egc Mask $4.29 PRICHARD'S THE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT STORE Education Week Activities Slated At Ml. Savage Hi MT. SAVAGE-The faculty and student body of Mt. Savage High School have planned various activities which will be presented next week in observance of American Education Week. On Monday an assembly . program, sponsored by the school's FTA unit, will present a pageant, "The American Way." The cast will include Jerry Huff, James Henckle, Joanne Geary, Shelva Winebrenner, Rosemarie Houck, Barrel Harden and Mary Frances Lee. An assembly.Friday will have as its theme "Your Investment in a Strong Nation." Students who are in the Marine and Navy Reserves or National Guard will answer questions concerning their branches of the service. They will be interviewed by John Metzger, a faculty member who served in the Navy during World War II. Boys from the Navy'Reserve who will participate in this Armistice Day assembly are Elmer Rice, Lloyd Wade.and Floyd Wright. Representing the National Guard will be. William Crosten and Charles Shaffer. Speaking for the Marines will be Donald Wright, Montell Madden and John Green. The 'band will play "Anchors Aweigh" to represent the Navy, "Cassions On".-for the National Guard and the "Marine Hymn" for the 1 Marines. There will be group singing by the student body Talk Features KiwanisMeet KEYSER — Jo£n "Vazdikis, selected as "Citizen'of the Month," was the principal speaker at a dinner meeting of the Keyser Kiwanis Club 'at Markwood Methodist Church near Burlington. Vazdikis spoke of the trials he encountered in getting his family out of Community prisons and'mak- ng his way back to his native Latvia before eventually reaching America. The Circle K Club of Potomac Slate College was represented by Paul Kane of Keyser, secretary of the club, and Joseph Elliott ol Charles Town,, treasurer. Such or ganizations have been fully recognized by Kiwanis International and will have an office in the international headquarters and participate in Kiwanian activities, according to A. K. Van Scoy, Kiwanis International representative on Circle K Club activities. James T. Handlan reported on Lhe meeting last week of the West Virginia Science Fair work conference. Keyser had four representatives at the conference. Plumbing & Heating BATH OUTFITS — KITCHEN SINKS HOT WATER TANKS Roofing & Spouting GAS — COAt — Oil FURNACES All work guaranUtd—Fret Ettimatti WM, R. GOEBEL 25 Centennial Street Phone Frostburg 486 -///// SAVE! -Buy DASHIELL'S Enriched Grade "A HOMOGENIZED MILK in the economical . GALLON JUGS available at any of these neighborhood dealers: — Powers Superette 163 [. Main Strict W. W. Sluii & Son 110 W Main $rr**t FROSTBURG * Filsinger Grocery Stort ECKHART ; '•'*•' '."'"'. H. P. Staup Grocery LONACONING * " Kenny's Sanitary Mkt. WESTERNPORT * : -' : Pattiion $«mc« Section •LOOMINGTON * Toll Gat* Fruit Mark* Rt, 40 W«if of LAVALI RECEIVE SCOUT AWARDS — Five Tri-Towns Girl Scouts received-five-point senior service pins at a public ceremony Tuesday evening at Piedmont Presbyterian Church. The awards were given for exceptional community service and were the first to be presented in the' Tri- • Towns-District. Receiving the pins, from left'to- right,-'were'Lessie Weasenforth, Becky Green and Virginia Suter, all of Troop 3 of Piedmont, and Beverly Bryan and Judith Stakem, both of Troop 7 of Luke. Making the presentations, was Mrs. Alton R. Fortney, Girl Scout consultant City Engineer Surveys Site For Proposed Pajama Plant School Plans Visitors Day LONACONING — Visitors Day will, be observed next Friday at 2 p. m. at Central Elementary School with a program 'in the auditorium. Parents have been invited to visit the classrooms during lesson periods. The program will be presented by students of the fifth and sixth grades: At 11 a. m.. the students will march to the Soldiers Monument and' place a wreath, which has been a custom for many yea'rs. Heretofore, the VFW and Ameri:an Legion -'held their annual Armistice Day program following, aut this year, the parade and address by James S. Getty, assistant states attorney, will take place at 7 p. rri. that day. Brief Mention Miss Rae Ann Eichhorn is home 'rom Sacred Heart Hospital, Cum- )erland, where she underwent an operation. Mrs. Catherine, Hausrath and daughter, Linda, visited in 'Fort Belvoir, Va. -State Trooper.and Mrs.. Charles. Gowans, Laurel, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gowans. FROSTBURG — Mayor Perry Myers announced today that "City Engineer John Haftig, -is surveying the site for- the proposed M. Berkowitz factory in the Y.MJ. Park in the East End of Frostburg. The park, located two blocks north of Route 40, overlooks the George's Creek Valley and was chosen .by representatives of-the Berkowitz Company from ^three sites offered them. Upon the completion of the survey, the Corinthian Engineering Service.of Cumberland will draw up a set of plans for a factory building. The plans will then be given to contractors for construction estimates. • The Berkowitz Company, in negotiations this past summer agreed to purchase, the proposed building over a-period of 20 years ; providing it can be erected at z cost not to exceed $80,000, anc that it would have a minimum of 15,000 square feet of floor space Assisting the Mayor and Council in the development of the projeci is a citizens committee, appointed by the council, which includes Harry G. Shupe; chairman, Walter T. Kline, J. Glenn Beall Jr., Fred Morton, Edward Flannigan and Howard Ward. Fellowship Organizes PARSONS — Hope Hymes was named president of the, newly-or- janized Youth Fellowship of Ham- jlcton Methodist church. Other officers are Kenneth Roberts, vice president; Jennie Dilly, secretary; Sharon Teter, treasurer; Jennie Dilly and Karol Pennington, rec reational leaders. Although people of all levels of intelligence have visual 'defects, they are more common among the mentally retarded and their severity tends to be proportionate to the degree of mental deficiency, says the Better Vision Institute. FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS Fr«»h From Our Grtenhoui* . PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Dial Lonaconing 3131 Open Sunday 'til Noon 60,000 BTU Gas space heater, excellent condition^ ?50.00. Phone 773-M. Adv.—Nov. -N-T-4 • G, E.andFADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURG TELEVISION 117 Walnut SI., Grahamtown Phone — frottburg 41S-J Schools To Mark Education Week HYNDMAN—National ^Education Week will be observed 'in th'e Hyndman-Londonderry schools next week, Monday through Fri: day. Open house will be held in the three schools for the entire week, and parents are invited to sit in on some of their_ children's classes, and better acquaint themselves with'the teachers and the schools in general. • A meeting of the PTA will be held in Londonderry School Tuesday at 1 8 p! m. The program will be one prepared by the teachers and students of the Londonderry School. ' PIEDMONT — Kelly-Mansfield Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, will be host to a fall conference of the Second District, Department of the American Legion Auxiliary, at the Potomac Hotel here Sunday (6). Registration will begin at 11 a.m and a luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m. Following the luncheon, the local unit will conduct the opening program. Invocation will be given by Rev. L. E. Crowson, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church; advancement of the colors, Mrs. Elta See and Mrs. Eugenia Hinebaugh; "The Star Spangled Banner," Robert McGqye. The address of welcome will be extended by Mrs. Flo Glower, and the response will be by Mrs. Hugh Edwards, Keyser. The .mayors of the Tri-Towns will welcome the group. Music will be provided by the Bazooka Band of Piedmont Chapter, Women of the Moose. Guests will be introduced by Mrs. Clower and dinner music will be played by Mrs. Beulah Metcalf of Beryl. Mrs. Ruby Ward, Kingwood, recently elected president of the National American Legion Auxiliary, has been invited to attend. Mrs. Charlotte Wagner, Charleston, department president, has accepted an invitation to attend. District officers who will be in charge include Mrs. C. W. Smith, Morgantown, president; Mrs. Wan- Soldier Participated In NATO Maneuver OAKLAND.—Sgt. First Class Edward H. VanSickle; son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen VanSickle, participated in the recent "Exercise Cordon Blue," a NATO maneuver in West Germany in which American, French and British troops participated. A member of Company F, llth Regiment, Fifth Infantry Division, Sgt. VanSickle entered the Army in January, 1951. IN OUR NEW BUXTON FRENCH PURSE YOU TAKE "YOUR BILLS OUT OF THE COIN PURSE! Chrysler-Plymouth Sales & Service MORTON'S GARAGE Water and Mechanic Sti. Phone 300 Frostburg OPEN EVENINGS Opes the coin purte... and JOB can slip out both bills and coini without unfolding the purse. Stem compartment for bif bills 1 ^ Holmes & Company • LONACONING • l\ BIG "READY FOR WINTER SALE" ENDS MIDNITE THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1955 District Legion Auxiliary Meefi Planned Sunday At Piedmont da Powell, Romney,- vice prcsi--- derit, and Mrs. Robinson, Mor- % gantown, secretary. . . -. •; .; \ The local unit will hold a ter^ for the visitors after the meeting.,, Winner Al Masked :i Dance Announced FROSTBURG — Winners at the ;. teenagers masked dance; held a ^ recent evening in St. Michael's ^ Hall by the St. Michael's Sodality were Susan Phillips, Joseph Robe-. son, Mabel Harden and Peggy Twigg. The Sodality will sponsor a baks /-. sale following each mass Sunday.'" : Those wishing to contribute are to' leave baked goods in the school r ' cafeteria sometime between 5 and . 8 p. m. tomorrow. ; ^. Brief Mention • ' ' ^' St. Martlia's Guild of St. John's |' Episcopal Church will sponsor' a ' rummage sale today from 6 to 8"" p. m. and .tomorrow from 10 a. m.> ;; tc 3 p. m. in the parish hall. Mrs. Margaret Goklsworthy,>lt. «. Savage, and Nick Quartucci, 41 " South Water Street, are medical •'•'•' patients in Miners Hospital. The word typhoon is said tc have " come from the Chinese ''taifung," meaning "great wind." ^ s 'j BIGGEST BATTERY BARGAIN EVER... DRI-CHARGED BATTERIES are shipped and stored DRY, The activating acid is not added until the time of installation ia your car! W^^fc«i^i,lli ORIGINAL jarged Ba "> OUAKArmtD 4 YEARS TfADI IH rOUt 010 lATTftr NOW Start tuioyinj frotblt-irtr M«t«ri«§ with • MW HrcstMi Dri-Charfe Btlttry , fRKtDASLOW AS fcrcfcrafo HURRY!! HURRY!! HURRT!! WINTER TREAD SALE,,,,, 2 ,.,21.95 OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRiCED exch. FAIR'S ATLANTIC SERVICE INSTALL ANTI-FREEZE NOW!! m E. Main At Depot — Ph. 495 ' — Frostburf - Aluminum Storm Doors 38,95 ALL HARDWARE INCLUDED Windows 15.95 up ' INSTALLATION EXTRA HASTINGS AWNINGS ARTHUR BOND PHONE 1053-M 7\. ' ' Surprise him with an ELGIN 88 BRADDOCK ST. FROSTBURG Dodge-Plymouth Sales & Service Fbg. Auto Co. PHONE 350-351 "The House of Courtesy" ELOM AVERT. MatcJhJ Use Our Lay-away Plan Dean's Jewelry Gunltr Hor»l Bldg. Froitburg Phon* 563 The gift this week, a box of candy from R. E. KIMMEL ; PHARMACY and 2 PALACE, passes, will go to the one \ . finding and unscrambling the college .nicknames hidden "j in our column. Write us, Box 23", Frostburg. Winner drawn, .j There's no present like the time, and there's no time like the present to lay away your Christmas watch at.HOSKEN'S: Elgin, Bulova, Longine Wittenaeur, and Hamilton! ',/'•'' ' '• ' * * * * It's more fun picking your clothes up at D & S CLEANERS becaus* of the smiling service you always get from Al. , Do you know what most housewives are telling their, neighbors these days? They're saying, "If you want the freshest-and most delicious cottage cheese, always ask for DASHIELL'S." ' * * * * ' Don't wait until the last,minute, visit the GIFT SHOP and choos« your table centerpiece for Thanksgiving now. - . • WEHLER'S have a new shipment of yard goods on display. It will pay you to stop in today. Also, see their pillow cases /and towel sets . . . lovely ;gift ideas for brides. -.;....'', Did you know the FROSTBURG BAKERY uses -fresh shelled eggi in their pastries? We were invited into their neat kitchen and saw Ollie baking some delicious pies and cakes. • . . . * * * * • ,'..-. Next time you pass PRICHARD'S window, notice their Christmai table and mantle decorating, pieces and holiday candles. * * .* * : .' .. LAYMAN'S suggest you see them for a lay-away on automatic toasters, percolators, food mixers, deep drys, etc. * * * * ' Hurry into the MARY CAROL SHOP for a preview o£ the elegant • costumes you love for social doings. They've colors, fabrics, and becoming styles for any holiday plans. * * * ' * Make this a Philco Christmas. Give her a Philco range from the FROSTBURG APPLUNCE CENTER. She'll love you forever and what meals she'll cook! SPINARRET. . * * * Skin times of deep sorrow, call 52-J, 1RWIN MEMORIALS, to aid you in selecting a durable monument beautiful in design. . ' '. .****•"".'"• • •: ' WAGNER'S DRUG STORE, Westernport, has a complete'line of allj fabrics Tintex tints and dyes to rejuvenate those old drapes or brighten up last year's blouse. All shades and colors. * * * * - : ;. It's closer to Christmas than you think. Better make your appointment now with BERNICE KOHOUT STUDIO. Call 531-W.. * * * * For quick snacks, hamburgers, etc.,"may we suggest you Visit our favorite, ELLIS CONFECTIONERY. Ask June to fix you up some- ' thing real tasty. THINGGIF- HIRSI. .'.... * * . * * Don't forget you can lay away any item of your choice In HAFER'S for Christmas. Sec Joe or Nellie about it today. * • * * * For that special after-dinner treat, DOLORES TRULY candy, b«ttcr.put in your order early for Thanksgiving, especially you folks who want your candy mailed. Just call 910-J. . ' ****'. Did you know that JO-LE-KAY MARKET handles a complete line of dietetic foods. He will be glad to accommodate you. **••*•* Girl?, pick up that phone right now and call 390, PAT'S BEAUTY SALON. Make an appointment with Arline.^ it * * * Shopping expeditions are more fun with money for bargains. Start an account .today in the FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK, it if * *, MINETEARSOU. Which means R* E. K1MMEL PHARMACY* Piedmont, has a good supply of Kexall Super Plenamins with red vitamin 8-11 and iron. Builds you up (or winter colds. * * it * KAYE& RAE

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