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I HOST It 1 l«. - K E Y S E R And Tri-§tate Area News (10) Evening Times, Tuesday, November 8, 1955 Frostburg Duo Appointed To Traffic Safety Group FROSTBURG — The regular monthly meeting of the Mayor and Council 'was held last evening in City 'Hall with routine business being transacted. The treasurer's, report was read and approved. Bills were presented, and ordered paid. Alvin H. Rankin, treasurer of the Frostburg Fire Department, ported on expenses of the Halloween parade sponsored jointly by the Fire Department and city. He presented a bill on total expenses of $197.24 and the city clerk was ordered to draw up a check for $96.12 as the city's share. A letter from Paul S. Burke, executive director of the Maryland Traffic Safety Council, advised the Council of S-D Day being observed this year on December 1. S-D Day is a 'nationwide program to bring attention to all motorists the necessity of driving safely and has been set aside for that purpose by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The Police Department was designated to plan Frostburg's participation in the program. ..^ Mayor Perry Myers also appoint-! |3l*UTll ed two other members to his Traf- 1 "^ ^"^ fie Safety Committee for Frostburg .which will hold its first meeting W. Va. Cigaret, Soft Drink Tax Collections Up — " ' '•"'• CHARLESTON, W.- Va. '(.^Collections the first four months of the current fiscal year from West Virginia's cigaret and soft drink taxes ran 23.5 per cent and 8.1 per cent, respectively, ahead of the corresponding period last year. A report today from the office of lax. Commissioner William R. Laird III showed October cigaret tax net receipts of $58,256 brought the total for the fiscal year which began July 1 to $2,630,561. Comparable figures a year ago were $630,992 in October and $2,129,909 for the four-month period. Legion Post -Organizing today at 8 p. m. in City Hall. Appointed were Mrs. Adam Baer, representing the Western Mary- .land Women's Safety Council, and Ray Sauders, driver education teacher at Beall High School. Chief of Polio j Lloyd Truly submitted his monthly report as follows:; For October calls and complaints, 47; misdemeanor^ four; WESTERNPORT — A new drum and. bugle corps is being organized by Victory Post 155, American Legion. At a recent organizational meeting at the post home, James Wills was elected president and recruitment plans were outlined. The next meeting of the new musical-marching unit is scheduled for Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at investigations, 19, and golden rule the post home. Wills said all per- drunks, four. Traffic violations moving,. parking, 344; warnings issued, two; pickets issued, 344. Five weddings and one parade were policed. Cases in court, five! convictions, four; breakings and enterings, one; property recovered (value), $30; parking meter collections, $659.84; fines and bonds, $165. • Brief Mention .The' parent Study Group of the College Laboratory School will meet itomorrow at 10:30 a. rri. in the visual aid room of- the old college administration .- building. Miss ^Esther Carter of the Allegany ;County Pupil Guidance Department will be consultant. A film "Social Development" will.be shown. The:Ladies Auxiliary of John R. Fairgrieve Post 2462, VFW, will meet Itomorrow at 8 p.-vm. in the post home with Margaret Eisle presiding. Frostburg Council 98,< Daughters of America, will meet today--at 7:30 p. m. in the Junior' Order Hall, Broadway. Election of officers will be held and Mrs. Edna Engle will 1 preside. The Sodality of St. Michael's Catholic Church will meet tomorrow at 7 p. m. in the church. The jroup will sponsor a public social Friday at 8 p. m. in the parish hall. Frostburg Council 1442, Knights •of Columbus, will attend the 7:30 mass . Sunday in St. Michael's Church and will receive Holy Communion. The Holy Name Society of the church will also receive Holy Communion at this mass. The annual memorial service for deceased members of Frostburg Council 1442, Knights of Columbus, will be held in the K. of C. Home, East Main Street, Monday at 8:30 p. m., The monthly offering for the school fund will be received at all . the masses on Sunday at St Michael's Church. The- Auxiliary of FO Eagles Aerie' 1273 will sponsor a public buck party Saturday at 8 p. -m Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Pinkney Holmes, Ormonc Street, has returned to her home after being a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital for the lasi three weeks. Mrs. Dora Whilehead, Midloth ian, is a patient in Miners Hospital The Annie Mayer Bible Class o St. Paul's Lutheran Church wil meet Thursday at 8 p. m. in the church social room. Mrs. Sallj Rank will preside. Mrs. Georgianna Voit. Mt. Savage, is a surgical patient in Miners Hospital. Charles Sigler, Grahamtown, is home from Miners Hospital. Bernard Spearman, Philadelphia visited his mother, Mrs. Kathleen Spearman, Spring Street, over the ons who wish to become a mem- er or help boost the new organization should attend. The corps will be open to mem- ers. and non-members, and it is ,pt ..necessary to- be a veteran to larticipate in the drum corps, iViHs said. Those who do not now lay an instrument, may join and e instructed. Details of the organization may e obtained from Lonnie Marsh, commander, Wills or Vincent ,affey. Farrady Post 24, Frostburg, and 'ulton Myers Post 156, , Cumber- and, are the only other Legion Irum corps in Allegany County. Kelly-Mansfield Post at Piedmont boasts one of the best corps n West Virginia, Legion .officials Shirley Shaffer Feted At Shower weekend. Anthony Taccino, West Main Street, is a patient in Memoria Hospital. Mrs. Urias Rowe, Ormond Street is a patient in Miners Hospital Her son, James Rowe, Baltimore recently visited her. Mrs. Edna Delaney is a patien in Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Meshack Hawn, RD 1 Frostburg; Marcia Harris, 137 Washington Street, and Willian Ravenscroft, 6 Scott Hill, Lonacon ing, are medical patients in Miners Hospital. Pytliinn Sisters Bazar Scheduled Tomorrow LONACONING — The a n n U a bazar, of Morning Star Temple 1 Pythian Sisters, will be held to morrow evening in the Pytlu'a building. An original program has bee prepared by .Mrs. Mary Reidlcr Mrs. Mildred Love, Mrs. Bctl> Getty, Mrs. Agnes Marshall an Miss Edith Holder. Specialty numbers and attractive displays as well as appropriat costumes 8rc being provided for the program at 8:30 p, m. HYNDMAN — Mrs. Emory Shaf- r and Mrs.: Dorothy Long enter- aihe'd a recent evening with a Tidal shower for Mrs. Jack Shafer. Mrs. Shaffer, the former ihiiiey O'Baker, Wellersburg, became the bride of Jack Shaffer, lyndman, October 28. Attending were Mrs. Dorothy ?ook, Mrs. Ma;y .Lti Cook, Mrs. •I. H. Deaner, Mrs. Nettie Evans, Mrs. Jean Evans, Mrs. Nellie Svans, Mrs. Grace Hanclerode, Mrs. Ida Kreigline, Mrs. Grace sdon^ Mrs. Florence Logsdon Mrs. Nellie Logsdon, Mrs. Florence Morris, Mrs. Tink O'Baker tfrs. Verna Dale Miller, Mrs. Doris Zimmerman, Mrs. Mildred Miller and Mrs. Grace Miller. Brief Mention Mrs. Charles Sisler is a patien at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland Mrs. Wilbur Stouffer visited her grandmother in Harrisburg the Mst week. Mrs. Joyce Brallier is spending several days with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bral tier, Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holler and family, former residents, now o Cleveland, visited . relatives her recently. Mrs. Marc Hillegas and children Jack and Maria, Boynton, spen Sunday with Mrs. Nettie Harcle rode and family. Council Given Money Report OnFloodWork PIEDMONT—A report on money donated to the flood dredging project and money expended to date was given at the regular meetin, of the City Council by Ormond Ledlow, city clerk, last evening. Ledlow said $1843.75 has been received of which $1129.75 was collected in a house-to-house solicitation by members of the Piedmont Woman's Club. Another $614 was donated at the city clerk's office. It was ordered at the meeting with Councilman Joseph Maybury presiding, that a letter of appreciation be sent to the Piedmont Woman's Club for work done by members in the solicitation of such a large amount for the project. The work of rebuilding the trunk ;ewer at the lower end of Water Street has been completed by Hugh Morris, contractor. Dredging of the Potomac River iy Jess Wolfe is continuing. Atj he present time $1433.36 has been xpended for this work. Willard Johnson requested that he street be fixed near his coal ouse. Councilman James Bissett vill investigate. It was ordered' that a red line e placed on the north side of 'hird Street above the Knights of blumbus building to the Tri- Towns'Fire Company Hall so that railer trucks can deliver mercnan- !ise to the Tichnell Feed Company; Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan request-; d that the red line be' extended .cross the street from her garage. A • communication from Fred mhoff, asking for a red line across be street, from his garage oh Irin Street, was read. No action as taken on the two requests. It" was requested that $2,500 f fire insurance be taken out with ;oyd and Hudson Company for the Id Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company station build- ng which the town recently pur- hased from the Western Maryand Railway. The town will use he building for storing materials. The designating of two nights or "trick or treat" at Halloween imes proved a success-and it was decided to continue the program ext year with the probability of educing it to one night. The council orderec 1 that five icks be bought from Charles J-orve at $1 each, and discussed he repairing of the roof of the city building, but decided to wait until spring before having the re : pairs made. Ledlow stated that $4,354.53 has been. received for first-half taxes of '1955 collected by Sheriff Earl iemp. He also revealed that ;10K93 has been collected from )arking meters. Yule street lighting decorations 'or this year were discussed, and t was noted that all new wiring vill be needed. Clarence F. Bowers vill be consulted to make an estimate of how much wiring will have ,o be purchased. Cresaptown Woman Feled On Birthday CRESAPTOWN - Mrs. J. H Hershbcrger, who has been con fined to bed five months and con fined to a wheelchair for 22 years Ellerslie WSCS Contributes For Netv Carpet ELLERSLIE—The WSCS of El- erslie Methodist Church voted a contribution of $200 towards the purchase of a new carpet for the :hurch at a recent meeting at the ;hurch. Mrs. Alma Connor presided and Mrs. Eleanor O'Brien read scrip- urel The speaker was Mrs. Erma Jurkett. Refreshments were ser/ed .by' Mrs. Mary 'Lowery, Mrs. 'ennie Diehl-and Mrs. Anna Lowery. Blue Ridge Post At Thomas Burns Home Mortgage THOMAS—Blue Ridge Post 22 American Legion, recently held a mortgage burning ceremony al which department, district and area legion post officers were guests. Abe DiBacco, post commander presided at the ceremony and the mortgage was lighted. by Fred Jones, club steward. The principa speaker was Chester Phillips o: Elkins, commander of the West Virginia Department. Other guests included Gary Vanosdale of Boyer. commander of the Ninth District; Harry W. Bazil commander of H. W. Daniels Post 29, Elkins; Rev. R, W. Morrow and Dr. J. L. Miller, bsth of Thomas. Brief talks were also made by F. S. Filer, post commander when the new home was started in 1949 and D. E. Cuppett. president o the Miners and Mechants Bank of Thomas. Following the ceremony, a buffel dinner was held. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Filer, Mrs. Di previously, recently celebrated JBacco and Mrs: Audrey Sowers, her 79th birthday. The Crcsaplown Homemakers Club presented her a card shower and presents of vegetables, fruits and jellies. Circle Meel Slaled WESTERNPORT.— Westernport Circle of Piedmont Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs.' Estella Guy, 201 Poplar Street, tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Unit Meets Tomorrow KEYSER — The McCoole Homemakers Club will meet tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Albert Robinson, 11 Sharplcss Street, here. Hill Street School Visitation Day Set FROSTBURG — John Manley principal of Hill Street School, an nounced that Visitation Day wil be held Thursday at the school. Parents will be greeted in the school auditorium at. 1 p.m. by the principal and classroom visitation will follow. Refreshments will be served by the faculty. The Child Study Group of the school will meet tomorrow at 1:15 p.m. al the school. Mnnley added, that both meet ings are in observance of American Education Week, November fi to 12. , Lonaconing Lions Observe Anniversary With Program LIONS CLUB HONORS MEMBER — Frank T.' Phillips, oldest charter member of the Lonaconing Lions Club, was honored at the organization's twenty-fourth anniversary observance last night. Shown above are (1. to r.) Kendrick Y. Hodgsdon, president, presenting, a gift to Phillips for having a perfect attendance record during his quarter-century of membership; District Governor John W. Morgan, of Frederick, principal speaker, and George Eichhorn, toastmaster. John Stakem led group singing and Rev. Joseph W. Young gave the invocation. There were. 20 members attend- ng. The next meeting will be in he forms-of a box lunch. Brief Mention A hot lunch program, prepared t the school, was started yesterday at Ellerslie School, according o Miss Alma G. Logsdon, principal. Previously, the lunches were prepared and transported from CorriganviUe School. Miss Delores tuckey will prepare and serve the meals. • • .-.•'. Cpl. Jack Gerhard, Fort Lee, Va., visited his mother, Mrs. rene Gerhard. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wenrich and Mrs. Maude Green, all of Altoona, •isited Mrs. Hugh Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. .Clifton Close, Charles Close, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Shaffer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emerick and 'amily visited Rev. and Mrs. Robert Close, Craley, Pa. Mrs. Herbert Witt, is a .patient n Memorial Hospital, . Cumber- and, with injuries suffered in a fall at her home. Richard Close has returned home rom Memorial Hospital. Marilyn, Kenneth and Richard Printy have returned home from Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Otis Stroup and son, Severna Park, are visiting her father, Ross Bagley. Mrs. Ellis Dash and sons, Export, Pa., visited friends and relatives. Mr. .and Mrs. Richard Nixon and family visited in Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin -Lowery visited relatives in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. George Shroyer visited in Aberdeen, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheetz and family, Elyria, Ohio, visitec Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook. Cpl. Gerald Shroyer, Quantico Va., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Shroyer. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoover and daughters, Laurel .'visited Mr and Mrs. Kennetht Griffey. Mrs. Clara Bennett returned home after visiting in Washington The Ruth Bible Class of EUB Church met in the church basement a recent evening. Mrs. Edna Lowery, president, presided. A Christmas party was planned for December 9. Games were in charge of Mrs. Grace Miller. Mrs. Ruth Stahlman entertained a recent evening with a surprise birthday shower for her niece Patti Ann Stahlman. Gifts were arranged under an umbrella. Games were played and refreshments served. Mineral GOP Program Set KEYSER — A Mineral'County Republican campaign "kick-off" dinner sponsored by the Young Republican Club will be served November 15 in Rosemont Restaurant on Armstrong Street. •The club will conduct an organ- zational meeting for the coming drive in connection with the dinner. On the agenda will be election of officers for the coming year, letters were sent to county Republicans the past week, asking hem for suggestion in filling the eadership needs'of the club. Nom- nations will be made at the dinner meeting. The Young Republican Club got off to a" start several days ago hen it entertained the West Vir- ;inia State Young Republican executive committee here with a breakfast. Robert J. Martin, Keyser, is a member of the state committee. Several members of state groups will speak to the county section. The names will be announced later his week. The dinner will be held at 6:30 p. m. Tickets may be secured at the Keyser Office Supply Shop or 'from any member of the club. The reservation deadline is November 12. The meeting is for all Republicans in the county. Cresaptoivn CRESAPTOWN - Mrs. Joseph Winters is improving after a operation in Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Bertha Smith, who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Thomas and family in Iowa, suffered a heart attack and is a patient in a hospital near Des Moines. Mrs. Martha E. Dawson and daughter, Alice, returned home after visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. Herbert Kile, Bedford Valley. Pa. Chancey Shirey, employed in Baltimore, visited his family last weekend. Allen Grant, Newark, Del., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles S. Grant. William and Robert Smouce returned to Ohio after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smouce. , Harney Troutman moved his family to their new .home in Garden City. Gerald Skelly returned to Baltimore after visiting his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hite and family of Ohio visited their parents here. Unit Hears Talk On Effects Of TV, Comic Books PIEDMONT—Mrs. Paul McCoy, Westernport, was principal speaker at a recent meeting of the.Pied- mont Woman's Club at the Piedmont Library. Mrs. McCoy, librarian of Bruce High School, Westernport, is also chairman of the Westernport jibrary committee sponsored by he Westernport and Luke Civic Club. She told how comic books and television are affecting the reading of the children. .' .. - • The choir of Piedmont Presby- erian Church, directed by Mrs. Donald : McCoy, presented two numbers. . ' " The program was on "Book of the Month," and Mrs. Lois Bell, chairman of the Piedmont Library committee, gave a resume of the history of the library. The club decided to hold a bake sale November 17 at the store of the Upper Potomac Television Jompany on Ashfield Street. Refreshments were served. Hos- :esses included Mesdames Martin Weakley, Charles Rizer, Dent Davis, Harry Baker and Joseph Maybury. A Christmas party will feature :he meeting of the club December 1. Jingle gifts will be'exchanged and members are to bring pack ages of' foodstuff or clothing for needy families. Coney VFW Auxiliary Will Honor Veterans LONACONING,— The Ladies Auxiliary of Alvin C. Neat Post 5280, VFW, held its regular meeting recently. , Mrs. Margaret Stafford, president, presided and it was announced that the ladies will participate in the Veterans' Day program Friday at 7 p. m. The Auxiliary will present a wreath during the ceremony at the monument in the Presbyterian church yard. Members are asked to help in the annual undertaken by the veterans of the post. The ladies were asked to help repair and dress baby dolls-collected in their drive. Refreshments .were served after the meeting. Church Cemetery Work Completed WESTERNPORT — The work of cutting trees and weeds in St Peter's Cemetery by a group o! parishioners, under the supervision of Francis Cosgrove, has been finished. The grass on all of the lots in the cemetery has been cut, and where necessary lime has been placed for the winter. A tract o land near the mid section of the cemetery has been cleared of trees and may be used for lots in the future. While the work was progressing a ledger-type memorial was placed on the grave of Rt. Rev. Msgr. A Scarpati, former pastor of St Peter's Catholic Church, who died in March. The rest of the lo around the Memorial was covered with crushed marble, making the grave similar in appearance to that of the late Rev. T. E. Gal lagher, also a former pastor 01 St. Peter's, whose grave is near that of Msgr. Scarpati. WSCS Dinner Slated CORRIGANVILLE - The WSCS of CorriganviUe Methodist Church will sponsor n turkey dinner tomorrow from 5 to 7 p. m. 'BYWHV TH- RUSH? ue& OK*Y.. EXCC-Pr THAT H6 CrWf TALK MUCH TORA PM OR T ,B6&IPE&,WEU DRIVE Hl THERE EARLY TOMORR V COULD ROYC&TO A POCTOrVrVT WtARKTHON BY WELL, THANK* \ni BE HERE ANYWAY, EA*yi \BEFORE ElSHT. ]BEFORE DAYLIGHT THEV *AID WE-P 1 WE'RE TAWNS JCOKEI THE LE 5HE5K50FTW ,THE 66TT1R KOYCe ISN'T* HIWSELF! ILL FEEL B&TTep. iF HE'£ GIVEN rX CHECK-UP AT ONCE 1 . PINE! AND I* NOT TILL LONACONING— The Lonaconing Lions Club celebrated its twenty- fourth anniversary last evening with a dinner in the Pythian Sisters Hall. District Governor John W. Moran, Frederick, was principal peaker and George Eichhorn jrved as toastmaster. Group inging was led by John Stakem ith Rev. Joseph W. Young, pastor f the First Methodist Church, iving the invocation. Nine charter members were ecognized. by Kendrick Y. Hodgson, president. Joseph Harris and t. G. E. Getty, also charter members, were unable to be pre- ent. Charter members attending were ames Richmond, James Park, rthur Phillips, Frank T. Phillips, homas M. Holmes, A. F. Green, ohn and George Eichhorn. A musical program was pre- ented. by Miss Josephine Kom- anek, Cumberland, and Charles ager, Frostburg, accompanied by Irs. Ann Gormer of Cumberland,. ianis!. Frank ,T. Phillips was presented gift by Hodgsdon for having a erfect attendance record during iis 25 years of membership. Misses Glenna and Joan Foote, tudents at Valley High School resented two numbers accompan- ed by Miss Sandra Dillon at the iano. Rotarian guests were Mr. and tfrs. Cecil Inskeep, Mr. and Mrs. 'homas Connor, 'Mr., and Mrs. "harles Clise and Mr: and Mrs. Lowell M. Sowers, County Com- I'ssioner and Mrs. James Orr of lumberlahd, Mr. and Mrs. ' Leo IcNeill and Mrs. 'John Morgan of 'rederick. Others attending the dinner were drs. Kendrick Hodgsdon, Mrs. oseph W. Young, Mr.' and Mrs. Irvin Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson {eyes, Charles Daniels, Mr. and Irs. Simeon Hutcheson, Mr. and Irs. Harry Bosley, Mr. and Mrs. •.*F. Green, Mr. and Mrs. John Sichhorn, Mr. and Mrs. James rangley, Mr. and • Mrs. William I. Moses. Mrs. Gorman Getty, Ir. and MrsT John. Getty, Mr. and Irs. James Richmond, Mrs. lelen Trost, George Dashiell of altimore, Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. 'hillips, Mr. and Mrs. James 'ark, Mrs; Benjamin Evans, Miss da Orr, William H. Orr. Mr. and Mrs. Gorman E. Getty r., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ritchie, ilr. and Mrs. Boyd Bolyard, Mr. nd Mrs. Raymond Bampton, Mr. ;nd Mrs. Robert Robertson, Mr. ;nd Mrs. Arthur G. Phillips, Mr. :nd Mrs. Arthur Phillips, Mn and VTrs. Joseph K. Haugen, Mr. and Rotarians Hear Talk By Lindner FROSTBURG — John Lindner Cumberland, was the principal speaker last evening at the weekly meeting of the Frostburg Rotary Club in Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church. Lindner explained the uses made of honey and its by-products anc of the benefits derived from bees collecting their nectar from flowering plants. He said "If for any reason the bees and other insec life were exterminated that in five years time man would starve to death on the earth, in that plan life would gradually die out anc the main supply of food would be eliminated. Also on the program were two senior students of Beall High School, Neil Sween and Douglas Cook, who were chosen by their classmates to represent them as "Citizens of Tomorrow" at the an nual conference of District 264 Rotary International in Bedforc Springs Hotel, Bedford. " Dr. Walter Jeffries was in charge of the program. Gilbert Miller will present the program nex Monday evening. Guests were present from clubs in Cumberland Keyser and Piedmont. Church Advisory Board To Meet LONACONING — The Advisory Board of the St. Peter's Episcopa Church will meet at the home o Wilson Cook at 7:30 p. m. today. Tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. the Aco lyte Guild will meet at the church at 7:30 p. m. the Adult Confirma tion class and at 8:30 p. m. choir rehearsal will be held at th church. An area service will be helc Sunday at 7:30 p. m. with Bishop Nakamura of the Diocese of Hon shu, Japan, being the speaker at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Cumberland. The Women's Auxiliary of the church is sponsoring a card party November 16 at the Pythian building. They also plan to hold a ba- zar in the spring of 1956. Homcniakcrs To Meet MT. SAVAGE—The Barrelville- Wellersburg Homemakers Club will meet tomorrow instead of Friday in the Barrelville church hall. Northern High SehedulesPTA VIeetThursday " GRANTSVILLE — The Northern • High School PTA will meet Thursay at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Irva lickey, president, presiding. • "American Education Week" ill be discussed and rooms will e open for visitation. Parents are invited to visit the chool Friday.'A reception will be eld at 2:15 p. m. : The National Honor Society meeting will be held tomorrow fternoon. Nine seniors and. five _ uniors will be inducted and Wilard L. Hawkins, superintendent f schools, will address the group. Mrs. Margaret Fleming. will be n charge of the program; Brief Mention Mrs. H. P. Miller, former resi- ~, ent and lately of Salisbury, Pa., as closed her home ':o live with ., er daughters, Mrs. Leroy Wil- i- ams and family, St. Leonard's, : ; Id. " . • •!.. Mrs. Ollie Leache!, Grantsville, •• nd Mrs. Samuel Engle and Mr. nd Mrs. Ernest Keim, Salisbury, pent ''rank iome" in Wayne, Mich,. :;; Mr. and Mrs. Markel'.Stanton, />•> Cumberland, spent last weekend "•"£*• vith Mrs. J. U. Stanton. The Teachers' Bridge Club was mtertained at the home of Miss da Engle. Honors were won by Mrs. Edwin Robeson, Miss Viola Broadwater and Mrs. Harry J. Sender, a guest. . Joseph Mello, - Mrs. Margaret 3. Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas VI. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Onas lanekamp, - Mr. and Mrs. William etson, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Spiker, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Petry, 5i. and Mrs. George Richards, VIr. and Mrs. Jack Stakem anc firs. Peter F. Stakem. Corsages were presented to the adies as a, gift from George Dashiell of Baltimore. The committee on arrangements was corn- jrised of Bolyard, Keyes, Bamp- on, Hutcheson and Arthur G 'hillips. Brief Mention Mrs. Margaret Arnold remain; 11 at her home on Detmolc Street. Mrs. Margaret Glover and Mrs '. E. Harrison, Burlington, W Va., visited at the home of Mr and Mrs. James S. Getty. The Health Center committee will meet today at 7:30 p. rri Baby Clinics will be held Thurs day and November 18 at 9:30 a. m n the health room. Miss Eleanor Treece has been n Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumber and, the past week. Miss Rar> Ann Eichhorn is "home 'rom Sacred Heart Hospital, re cuperating from an appendectomy Terrence Devlin is convalescing at his home on High Street. He wa; a surgical patient at Sacre'd rleart Ho'spital, Cumberland, re centlv. ?or Sale: Modern 5 room house s furnace. Apply 12 Welsh Street Frostburg. Adv. N.-T. Nov. 7-8. Palace Theatre la I) Day Jan*, Ruiiell — J«ff Chandltr "Fox Fire" Lyric Theatre loft Day "They Were So Young" Auxiliary Unit To Meet WESTERNPORT — The monthly meeting of the auxiliary unit of Victory Post 155, American Legion, will be held at the post home today at 7:30 p. m. Meter Receipts Drop KEYSER — Parking meter receipts for the week • ending last Saturday in Keyser amounted to $200.29, according to City Clevk Carl F. Theis «lr. Receipts (or th« previous wesk were |307>74. GIVE THE WORLD'S ONLY CLEAN FILLING PEN! lo»< '£75 r«O- Jeffries Bros. J«wtl«r§ •retdwcy Frwtbiirf Opt" S«tvr4«r til t t, M. everal days with' Mrs. Tocher, who is ill at her [unior Upper Potomac Plans Session WESTERNPORT—A meeting to decide whether to continue the funior Upper Potomac Rod and Gun Club will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the Westernport ?ea Room. . Joseph Minke, regional game varden, will show films. Melvin Whitfield is chairman. ?or Rent—unfurnished 4 rooms & jath apartment on East Main St. Hot water heat and private enhance. Phone 499-M between 5 and 8 p. m. Adv. N.-T. Nov. 7-8-9. The BEST BUY in insurance is the advice and service of an Independent Insurance Agent HOLBEN AGENCY PHONE 63-J FROSTBURG All FORMS OF INSURANCE ICC CQKPOIlATtMl TOPS IN FRINGE AREA PERFORMANCE! with exclusive CINEBEftM «* phis fKtor fir CINEBEAM Th. SHOMHAM, M»4«l XH2*I ruH.SIx* 21-Inch TV —Maroon or Btrmuda To* Ntw Royal "X" chati'n for powtr reception whether Mar or for fro m 'lti« TV station. 95 ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO. 19 Union ft. 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