Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 4, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 4, 1955
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FROSTBURG-KEYSER > _ , . ... ;\n«I Tri-Slate Area (13) ! Evening Times, Friday, November 4,1955 Christmas Concert Planned ByWesleyan Service Guild Woman Named Tucker County Deputy Sheriff PARSONS—Mrs. Helen Parks, wife of • Alex-j; Parks Jr., Davis', has" .been approved . by tucker County-Court as deputy sheriff of the county. ' • Mrs. '.. Parks, the former: Helen Hockman, is', a daughter of A. Smith .Hockman, cashier of the Merchants • and Miners Bank of Thomas., Her father was employed in the sheriff's office 'until' he resigned to work in Thomas. ..; Mrs. Parks succeeds Mrs. Maude B. Donalds who resigned recently to accept employment in Washington/ • :'-.'••.' ." -" • • Card Pfirty Tonight , WEST^RNPORT—A public card party'sponsored by Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will .'b«; held-this evening at the home :o"f; Victory Post 155, Ameri : can: Legion. " " '••• The • average American has $11 in coins, $172 in paper money and J630. in a- checking. account. Weekend Special 19631 FORD F-1 8 Cylinder ;i2;000 Miles Heiskell Motor Sales r*h»nt 79 Frostburg PIEDMONT —' The Wesleyan Service Guild of'Trinity Methbdist Church will 'sponsor a Christmas concert at the church. The date of Sunday, December 11, has been tentatively set for the program. Members from the various Tri-Towns churches will be asked to.take part in the.program. Committees appointed for' the affair at -a meeting of the guild Tuesday evening at the home of Miss "Effie Fordyce, Ashfield Street,-include Mrs. Doris Daddysman, Miss Adair.Welton and rMiss Esther. Michael, program, and Mrs! Billie Jane Fleek, publicity. Mrs.' Henrietta Kazlo, president, gave a report of the \ eekend annual conference of the. Guild at Huntington, which' she and Mrs. Marjorie Ahlfeld.attended. A talk tfn "Women's Place in Church Organizations" was given by Mrs.-Billie Jane Barncord and Miss Welton led- devotions. Mrs. Kazlo" announced that the group had been asked to assist with the annual .bazaar sponsored by the Women's Society of Christian Service, to-be held'at Trinity Church. Wednesday,. November 16: The' guild. will be m charge "of the program and serve refreshments at a meeting of the WSCS Thursday evening, November 17. ' Refreshments were served at the meeting. Mrs. Mildred Eisler was assisting-hostess:. . A Christmas ;party will feature the next, meeting. of the -guild, to be -held December 6 at the home of - Mrs. Anna Lee Withrow, Fairvi'ew Street. Fifty-cent-gifts will be exchanged and -Miss Pauline Whiteman will be assisting hostess. - Mineral Farm Women Mark Achievements >KEYSER — "Wheels of • Progress'.' was the theme of the- an- mal Mberal County Farm .Women's Achievement Day, held .recently in - Burlington Community Jhurch recently. Mrs. Frank Stickey, president,-welcomed the mem- jers and'guests, after which Mrs. C. Adams led in group singing. Hiss-June Painter -vas introduced as the new home demonstration agent for Mineral County. The principal "speaker was -Mrs. James Ansel, former state recrea- :ion leader' for Farm Women's clubs-. ' " Devotions were • conducted by Mrs.'Abe'Harmon. Rev. Allen Parrish,- pastor: of Burlington Church, sang -a solo", and - spoke on the spiritual • and social needs'-of the children in -the Methodist' Children's Home in Burlington. Candlelight service [featured the installation -of new .officers. They are Mrs. 'Earl Harmon, president; Mrs. Arnold Lyon, vice president; Mrs. -William .Funderburg, secretary; Mrs. Eugene- Ship'man, treasurer; Mrs. Phillip Baker, re-!' Jorter; Mrs: Lbrenz, Wippel,",devo-I ional leader. : Mrs. June Myers, former county demonstration agent, conducted the service and presented each officer with a corsage. Mrs. Joseph Pret- Help Wanted — Boy for office work.. Write Box 5, Evening Times, , Frostburg,' giving qualifi : cations. Adv.—Nov.. N-T-4-5 F-tr • MODERN AN D TRADITIONAL 'FURNITURE .. .LAMPS . . • RADIOS ... TELEVISION':'. . » APPLIANCES'.._. ."BEDDING .. SPACE HEATERS . . . KITCHEN • CABINETS .AND SINKS . ^ FLOOR COVERINGS 23 EAST MAIN STREET • FROSTBURG; •'' TELEPHONE 65 t: PHILCO Frotlh«g f s best performing Check with « before you buy Garrett CountylCkristmas Tree Growers HoldMeeting OAKLAND—A meeting of Christmas tree growers in Garrett County was held recently at the Oakland Fire Hall at which plans to form an association were discussed. A tour of area Christmas tree plantings was also held. • At the Oakland watershed and Mance plantations the group observed Scotch pine that had been sheared to improve its form, deer damage to pines, recent machine plantings and areas where Christmas trees have been removed. During- the brief business meeting the group heard remarks on development of the refortstation .program and held a general discussion concerning benefits to be derived He'appointed a committee to corn-^. plete organizational plans, including Dwight Stover, chairman, Dr. A. E. Mance, W. W. Nace, George Browning and Marvin Beitzel. This group will bring its recommendations to a meeting December 10. and final details are to be.' worked out at that time. Representatives of Garrett For- j; estry Board, which is acting as * sponsor for the association temper- , arily, were present, as were repre-. sentatives from the Department of,;. Forest and Parks. <>Cubs Meet Today ; ' FROSTBURG — A meeting of-Cub Scout Pack 44, sponsored by*-" from an association. jthe Parent-Teacher Association of" The group appointed 1 Thomas I Hill Street School, will be held to-'' Thayer as temporary' chairman.jday at 7:30 p. m. at the school. ! CHRISTMAS IS COMING SOON MINSTREL QUARTET—The Beall High School group above will perform as a barbershop quartet in the ''Cotton Ball Minstrel" which will be presented for the final time this evening. Prfr sented under the direction of R. Monroe Harris, music director, the .opening performance was presented last'night. Members of the singing unit', 'left to- right, are William Mackay, Ronald Harris, Thomas Jacobs and James DLxen. There are ten specialty, numbers in the minstrel. tyman - entertained • with organ music. .-..-.. Ribbons of merit were-presented :o the following clubs: .white rib- Dons to. Fort. Ashby ;and Burlington juniors; .red ribbons to Russel- dale, Reese's -Mill, Limestone, and Wasler; blue ribbons to New Creek, Headsville arid Burlington. juniors. Committee reports • were, given by Mrs.'L. A. Huffman, .Mrs. Herbert. Harman,.-Mrs.: Lloyd Hesse, Mrs. R. C.' Adams, Mrs.' Haven Siohs,' .Mrs., Flora: Kephart and Mrs. : Lola Bane/' GlubToMark Charter Night - • -'• ' ' C?-. ' ; LONACONING -'.The Loriacoriing: Lions. Club will observe - Charter Night at a 'dinner program Monday; beginning'at' 6:30 p. : m. at he: Pythian-Hall.' : : ! Ladies .hight'will' be observed'iri conjunction with .the-affair. District Governor • 'John W. Morgan of Frederick will" be- the principal speaker'. " • • "'..''' A'- dance will follow at: Alvin C.' Neat'Post 5280, -Veterans - of Foreign' Wars home. •'•-•' ' ! Joseph-Haugen will be .program hairrhan-' at -'a • meeting • Monday, iJovember 21. -He'will report on ook ..covers 'distributed 'to. Barton Slementary: School, .Midland *Ele-. mentary- School, - Valley High chool and 'Central --Elementary chool., . .' \ - Food Appeal To Be Aired At UO Meet WESTERNPORT—A meeting to make' final' plans for a house to house solicitation of foodstuffs will be made today- at 7:30 p.m. at the Westernport Library by the United Organizations. Wayne Ritchie, chairman,'stated. - ' " The food .will be gathered by the Boy Scouts, on Saturday, November 12, under the direction of Alton R. Fortney.- chairman of" camping and activities of the Tri-Towns Boy Scout District. • • ' The Girl ; Scouts will arrange the food when'"it is brought-to 'the store room-on Second Street, Piedmont.' ' Food donated should be canned or- -packaged and not perishable, Ritchie said,'as it may not'be distributed • immediately. • Christmas activities ^ of the IJO will discussed, the chairman •'' stated. -Tbout 100 baskets were ; distributed last' Christmas at-a cost of $900. . All Tri-Towns. organizations are to send representatives to'.the Hyndmcui jMoorefield Club To Meet IVIonday LAY-A-WAY THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ANYONE TELEVISION BY MOTOROLA RADIOS BY MOTOROLA HYNDMAN-The PTA of Hynd-j man-Londonderry schools will; meet'Tuesday at 8 p. jn. in the Londonderry School. The Intermediate Department will sponsor the program, with Mrs. Johannasen in charge, .. meeting ..and other interested persons may attend. i MOOREFIELD — Dr.. Da.vidl Nuzum, professor- of '•:English at[| Potomac State College, Keyser, | will give a book review at a meet-;! ing of the Moorefield Woman's j| Club Monday at 8 p. m. The meeting will be held in thejl POWER TOOLS & ATTACHMENTS BY MALL TV LAMPS & TABLES LARGEST SELECTION IN MARYLAND Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goodwin "™ " leeu "S "" . Qe " ln . ™* .j ,—:,.. ^.-u.u.—v ..:..-.., Har *' County Pubbc 'Library with and family,- 'Pittsburgh, visited Mrs. Helen Goodwin and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bush. Mrs. Ada :Willison recently visited in Pittsburgh and Washington. Mrs. 'Mae Shaffer and Mrs; Helen Shaffer spent several days in .Washington. Mrs. Gertrude Brant.and daugh-ii ter have returned home after a I trip to New-York. , . | Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moore spent j the weekend here .with their par-! ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and Mr. and -Mrs. A. C: Homer. They left Sunday for Erie, Pa., where Mr. Moore has accepted a position as a marketing agent for Pennsylvania State .University. . John Leonard, Morrisyille, spent several davs with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard. Mrs. M. A. Bean. Mrs. S. A. Me- | Coy, Mrs.-R. E. Fisher, Mrs. Raymond Love and Mrs. Donald Baker. as hostesses.' OPEN SATURDAY TILL 9:00 P. BOB'S RADIO PHONE 87 t* I. MAIN ST. Texas has 15,524 miles of rail-]j rcadi ; '.-.-'•• . ••..•.'.•'•• There never has been .a buffalo in North America, except in zoo's.] Our'sortalled buffalo is a bison. ipciety Elects • : PARSONS—Louise .' Dumire was lected as -president ; of the: Natipn- 1' Honor. Society of -Parsons' High chool'. -Miss Wiletti rL'ambe'rt was amed'yice president: -Caryl'Ly- ick,' • secretary; Janet; Copeland, xeasurer, . and ' Carole ; O'rr, .. re- wrter.'-."; ': -..1 ".'"".'• ' • . fWHCO 4159 Luxurious Mahogany Finish —CONSOLE TOP TOUCH TUNING Just a touch on the top of the set turns it on, changes stations automatically or turns it off. Free Trial Anywhere in Tri-Stflte Areo. No CKorge for Service During Warranty Period. We Service All Makes of TV Rtceivtn Frostburg Center E. Main ft. FrMtburf FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ;.'• boys-girls There's No Charge for Credit al < Armstrong-Sr. KEYSER, W. Va. PALACE THEATRE m. - SAT. — DOUHE KATUKC ' Audit' Murphy "To Hell And Back" LYRIC THEATRE FRIDAY - SATURDAY "Gallant Legion"- 'Princess of the Nile" TOYS-BICYCLED GIFTS GALORE VISIT OUR NEW TOYLAND WIN-MAR SUPPLY YOUR STORE IN K. of C. 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