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i HOSTIU IH.-KI:YSI: Anil Tri-Stale Area News (10) Evening Times, Thursday, November 10, 1955 Filtration Plant Land Parcel Quotation Given Evangelistic Seminary Unit To Visit.Keyser KEYSER — Keyser Presbyterian Church will be host this weekend of Mayor Okey E. Michael and to an evangelistic team from Union Town Commissioners last evening.lTheological Seminary in Rich- John A. Luke, manager of Lhejmond. Va. Highlighting the pro- Luke plant of the West Virginiajgra'm will be the Sunday morning Pulp and Paper Company, sub-jworship conducted by members of I WESTERNPORT—At a meeting Sunday School Class To Hold Juletide Party FROSTBURG—Sandra and Larry Fresli presented a program of music at the November meeting of! ' . j riiiiri mi; ijuuiauim %vu^> itau,]".* * "•• «*«\* * v...v...^.*i.^. ^.i..*.. an ,the lecture. rooni of the First j t officials macie a counter offer bers of the team will teach Sunday Methodist Church. Songs included i were "Melody Of Love," "Faith.! Hope And Charity." j p]aced mitted a quotation of S780 on ajthe group, with one of them percel of land of .962 for an acre.'preaching the sermon. The land in question adjoins the) Other events include a supper site where the Town of Western-served by the women of the church Saturday, at 6:30 p. m., followed ., by "Fun and Fellowship." Mem- build a filtration plant. After the quotation was A Thanksgiving story was pre-j sented by Mrs. Edward GjOdsey. Mrs. Myron Lehr was in charge of devotions, using as her topic "Three Ways To Be A Happy Person," with the scripture taken from 1-John: 14, "If ye know these ! School, lead discussion groups at will bej4:30 p. m. Sunday, and have a in the business section'closing dedication service at 6:45. things—happy are we that do them." Mrs. Clarence Rephann presided over the business meeting that followed. The class voted to donate canned goods to the Strawbridge Home for the Thanksgiving sea- about the same as last year, and a lighted Christmas tree will be at the intersection of Main and Church streets. Carl McMillen, commissioner of public property, was authorized to have Ihe work done and secure the tree. Members of the team include James Campbell, Pensacola, Fla., graduate of Davidson College, who has served in the Navy: Charles! Williams, Rocky Mount, N. C.. Davidson College .graduate and j once president of the Young People Officials Set Ijfew Tax Levy GRANTSV1LLE—The Mayor anil Town Council met Monday night and fixed the levy for the 195(5 tax assessment here. The tax rate will be 70 cents per SlOO. Various business pertaining to the town was discussed. Brief Mention Mrs. Thomas Bender entertained the Lucky Jack 500 Club Monday night at her home. Honors were won by Mrs. Robert Bender. Mrs. Charles C. Bender and Mrs. Elaine Falkenstein. Rev. A. C. Nicola, Addison, Pa., a returned missionary from Af : rica, will speak at Zion Lutheran Church, Jennings, Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Miss Sara Epstein, Centerville, Student Loaii Fiiiitl Granted Woods Named New Manager Romney Plant KEYSER — President E. E.) Church of Potomac State College' has announced that the Benedumj Foundation, donor of the latest: ROMNEY —The Pioneer Furni- scholarship grant for (he college, jture Company factory here drew lias established a 52,500 student'closer to operation this week with Jean fund for West Virginia students. Administration of the fund is to be entirely in. the hands of- the cohege. Details of the manner in which the fund is to be -nade avail- the naming of Robert Woods, of Huntington, as plant manager and Elzie Webb, of Fort Gay, as upholstery foreman. . Woods held a similar position with the Buckeye Furniture Coinable to students .'ill be announcedjpany in Xenia, Ohio.. as soon as they are developed, Dr Church said. The Benedum Foundation has set up similar grants at West Virginia University and other colleges .in the state. Trinity Methodist WSCS* Annual Bazar November 16 PIEDMONT—The annual bazar sponsored by the Woman's Society of Christian Service will be held in Trinity Methodist Church November 16. . 1 Booths will be open at 4 p.m. and a turkey dinner will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Entertainment will include vocal selections by the Bruce High School male chorus of Westernport. The chorus is composed by the Webb formerly owned his ownl following instructors of the school: upholstery shop and has had 20 years experience in the trade. is visiting her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Epstein. Mrs, Ethel Miller has been a patient in Meyersdale Community Hospital. School Observes Education Week son. Hostesses for the evening's program and the social hour were Mrs. James A. Morgan Jr., chairman, Mrs. Earl Brain, Mrs. J. C. Shyrock, Mrs. Ralph Patterson. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and Miss Eva Jo Kemp. The next meeting December 1 at The city clerk's office will 'beM the Presbyterian Church, United closed tomorrow in observance of States: Donald Wardlaw, Lake Veterans' D,ay. Mayor Michael announced that Horace P. Whitworth, city attorney, is preparing a parking ordin- which will slate that the the colle S e newspaper. Charles, La., Columbia University graduate, and Charles Hasty, Roanoke Rapids, N. C., a Davidson graduate and business manager of Mayor and Commissioners may designate at any time a "no parking" area, and also have the authority to have vehicles towed away at the expense of the owner. Harry Richards, water commis- jsioner, was authorized to have 100 feet of four-inch water service! Young people of the local church taking part will include senior high school group, Potomac State College students and residents of McCoole and Limestone. the church will be in the form of pipe laid on Philos Avenue in the vicinity of the residence of Mrs. J.. Roberts. The latter is going :o relay her line on her property. a Christmas party. Brief Mention The Young Men's Republican Club Auxiliary will sponsor a buck party in the club room on East Main Street, November 18 from 9 p. m. to 1 a. in. Music for dancing will be furnished by Vic Phillips and refreshments will be served. Nick Quartucci, 41 South Water Street, is home from Miners Hospital. John Ravenscroft, Midland; Thomas Cain, RD 1, Frostburg; Ida Harbel, 171 East Main Street, and Besta Biddington, RD 2, are medical patients in Miners Hospital. ' Charles Wiebrccht. East Main Street, is a surgical patient in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Mrs. Margaret Smith, Hill Street, is a patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. Cumberland. •Vincent Reckley, McCuIIol Street, is ill al his home. . An Illinois woman's husband and disappeared at the We'll bet she'll be her money same lime. satisfied to get just her money back. WALLPAPER New Patterns for : FALL AND WINTER LEMMERT BROS. PAINT & HARDWARE PHONE 360 FROSTBURG STORE HOURS DAILY 8.5 P.M. SATURDAY 8-9 P.M. Gold Bond Insulation Storm Sash Storm Doors (Aluminum and Wood) Homasote Board Masonite Plywood Birch Door Hardware NEILSON BROS. Phone 429 Frostburg Methodist WSCS Holds Session Richard Zeamer represented her at Ihe meeting. it was ordered that a bill for parking meters secured from the Duncan Parking Meters Company 'or (he amount of $1.792, which las been placed on the Church Street lot, be paid. . • Mrs. Katharine G. Dailey. city clerk, will inquire from the State Health Department if the town will able to sell raw water to persons outside the city. After the filtration plant has seen built and put into operation. :he town will discontinue the chlor- nalion plant on Savage River. The water line passes these points be- : ore reaching the filtration plant .hat will be erected on Westerport Hill. Mayor Michael staled the Maryland Municipal League will meet next Thursday through Saturday at Frederick. It was ordered that a catch basin be placed on Oakview, emptying into the sewer coming down to Church Street. Ray L. Will, police commission er, was authorized In ascertain prices on winter clothing for patrolmen. Brief Mention Mrs. Kalherine G. Dailey is a patient in Memorial Hospital. The Ladies Bible Class will meet n the Sumlav School room of Alt. LONACON1NG - The WSCS of First Methodist Church met Monday evening for its monthly business session. The session opened with singing of the hymn "Thou, Whose Almighty World," followed by reading of scripture by Mrs. Felix T. Foote. A discussion on "Women Being Official Members of the Church was led by Mrs. Ann Foote, Mrs. Robert Doyle and Mrs. Delbeth Fazenbaker. . December 5 was set for the annual Christmas dinner and jingle party. • Dinner will be served at 6 p. m, _ ; "" .A report on the fajljistrict meeting, at Shepardstown /last month was given by Mrs.- Isabel Nightengale. Mrs. Olivia Broadwater, Mrs. Ida Donaldson. Miss Eleanor Evans and Mrs. Mary Ann Moore also attended the meeting. A report on the Georges Creek zone meeting in Barton on October 27 was given by Miss Eleanor Evans. Refreshments were served by Ihe social committee. Parachute Leap At Playground Blocked By CAA KEYSER—The Civil Aeronautics Administration has ruled that no parachute jump may be made within 600 feet of f spectators and that the immediate area must be free of high tension wires and other man-made hazards. For this reason, the 10,000-foot jump scheduled for noon tomorrow over the 'Keyser High School playground has been moved to the Keyser Airport at the south end of the Alterations 'on the building!vey, John E. Grindle. William •vhich will house the new plant'Simpson and James White. Feat- will be completed within a week, according to J. F. Omps, chairman of the Board of Directors. Equiment and supplies for the operation of the new plant arej in S Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan:'songs expected to arrive within a week selections. Kerry Ahlfeld: tap also. dance, "Balling the Jack," Michele Ahlfeld, accompanied by Barbara Minister Heads Traffic Group FROSTBURG — Rev. William Yingling was appointed permanent MT. SAVAGE—American Education Week is being observed in Mt.j Savage School. The school hasj been open to visitors sinceMonday.j Tuesday, the Future Teachers of' America presented a pageant, "The American Way," in which religious and historical backgrounds were emphasized. The cast included Jerry Huff, James Henckle, Joanne Geary, Shelva Winebrenner, Rosemarie .Houck, Darrell Harden and Frances Lee. Tomorrow's assembly will have as its theme "Your Investment In a Strong Nation" and will feature high school representalives from the Marines Navy Reserves and National " Guard. Elmer Rice. Lloyd Wade and Floyd Wright will represent the Navy Reserve: William Costen and Charles Shaffer, National Guard, and Donald Wright, Montell Madden and John Green, Ihe Marines. Brief Mention A social will be held in St. Patrick's hall tomorrow evening under the sponsorship of 'Court Theresa 557, Catholic Daughters of America. Miss Rila , Malloy, . Railroadijy£j sg Saiidra Dilloil Street, is a medical patient in 1 Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Margaret Goldsworthy is a medical patient in Miners Hospital. Mrs. Mary Yanlz and daughter, Miss Alma Yantz. and son, William Yantz. have gone to Akron to attend the funeral of Mrs. Sara Lehr. sister of Mrs. Yantz. Ray Coffman will drop from an Aronica • type aircraft piloted by Charles Ludwick. The two-mile jump will be made approximately one Hour after the Veterans' Day parade and will be announced by the dropping of leaflets over Keyser tomorrow morning. The purpose of the jump is to call attention to the Potomac Trade Fair tomorrow and Saturday. Coffman will delay his parachute opening for approximately 8.000 feel, falling more than a mile and a half. He will carry a reserve parachute in event of emergency. Because the jump is from the highest altitude ever attempted under non-emergency conditions in West Virginia, overcast skys or windy weather will force postponement of the leap. The jump will be scheduled for 2 p. m. Saturday or Sunday if it is not held tomorrow. parents al the VFW home a 'recentj5 ta t e Baptist Union evening. Dancing fealured Ihe en-i "• lAssocialion To Meet Cub Scout Pack 44 \ To Meet Tomorrow 'alvary Lutheran • Church Wednesday at 7:30 p. next j m. FROSTBURG - The regular monthly meeting of Cub Scout Pack 44, sponsored by the Hill Street Parent-Teacher Association, will be held at the school tomorrow at 7:30 p. m.^ The- induction of Cub . Scouts who have made application since Ihe start of the new school term will take place. Business and the formulating of plans for a charter renewal will round out the evening's program. Hvndinan-Londonderrv tvill he **ivcn " ^ The Bethany Bible Class of First GOP Group Holds Meet Baptist. Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Pearl Tinsiey, Hill Street, today al 7:30 p. m. The regular dinner meeting of 'he..Westernport and Luke Lions Club will be held today at C:30 p. in. in the social rooms of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church. Final returns on the recent auction sale Mrs. Robert Moraii Given Stork SliOM'er MT. SAVAGE — Mrs. Robert Nelson entertained recently wilh a stork shower in honor of her sister. Mrs. Robert Moran, at the home of their mother, Mrs. Joseph Hess. Guests included Mrs. Michael Cunningham, Mrs. Eugene Kenny, Mrs. Ronald Hess, Mrs. Nick Harris, Mrs. William Nelson, Mrs. David Adams, Mrs. Charles Hice. Mrs. John Slevens. Mrs. Herbert Stevens, Mrs. Robert Taylor. Mrs. Thomas Moran, Mrs. George Derrick, Mrs. Clarence Felker. Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Bradley Moran, Miss Sue Cunningham. Miss Judy The Golden Circle Bible Class of Firsl Baptist Church will meet al the home of Mrs. Janet Hanna, 105 Division Street, tomorrow al 7:30 p. m. The Bercan Bible Class will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Miller. 212 Philos nue. tomorrow at. 7:30 p. m. Ave- Irrcsisliblc Unit PARIS—(INS)—Working on the principle that if perfume can be used for "man bait." it should also work on fish, a Paris department store is offering a scented preparation (o help fishermen. It comes in a. tube, in various colors, to be spread on fish hooks. Us anissec flavor is claimed to be "irresistible" to river fish. Blank, Miss Judy Miss Lois Stoops. Hollern and HYNDMAN—A meeting of the •lyndman-Londonderry Council of' Dihvson Sentenced KEYSER—Harrv Dawson. who Principal Ardell Haines. James Hager. Forrest Boggs. John Har- ured will be: Vocal solo, James Hager; piano solo, "Waltz of tiie Peacock." Scouts Plan Food Pick-up- PIEDMONT — Tri-Towns Boy and Girl Scout troops have com; pleted plans for a house-to-house pick-up of non-perishable food Saturday for the United Organiza.- lions. , t Scouts will start at, 10 ,a. m/ under the supervision of Alton R^ Fortney, chairman of camping and activities of the Tri-Towns District of Boy Scouts. No clothing will be taken at this time. , Members of the Senior Girl 30 °' Wa i r ,, u reacocK \ Scout Troop will assort and place Michele Ahlfeld; humorous read- f"' 11 . 1 . . v .. ctnrprnnm nn Spf> . | the food in the storeroom on Sec-; ond Street. In charge of Mrs. Frances . Beard in Bloomington, Mrs. James Fazenbaker in Beryl and Fortney in Luke. Individual automobiles will be used to trans- Harr. The bazar commiltee is com-j port the contributions to the store prised of Mrs. George Angle andr Mrs. Arthur Whitworth, fancy • booth: Mrs. J. C. Rhodes and Mrs. George Daddysman. surprise packages: Mrs. E. J. Roberts and chairman of/the Frostburg Traffic| Mrs Lewis Harris, handkerchiefs: Safety Committee at its organizational meeting Tuesday Misses night m! candy . City Hall. Mrs. Margaret Kidwell was named secretary. The 18-member committee has been set up to study the traffic picture in Frostburg and to make recommendations 'to the Mayor and Council for any improvements it considers necessarv. Bessie and Willa Huth. Mrs. Harry Smith and Ruth Michael, country store: Mrs. Alice Zais and Mrs. Vernon Frye. baked goods: Methodist Youth Fellowship,, fish pond and Young Adults, novelties. Dinner will be served under the direction of Mrs. Ray Wilt and Lost: Girl's gold Elgin watch af Beall High School. Reward, Phon<! Frostburg 442-M. '' / Adv.—Nov N-T 10 „, , T • , ~ - -, . , Mrs. Robert Youst. The dining The Mayor and Council, in turn, room and posters wi!1 be in charge plans to present a program of suggested improvements for the committee's study. The next meeting of the committee will be held 'Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall. . ~- Honored With Party LONAGONING- — Miss Sandra Dillon was honored with a party on her sixteenth birthday, by her Kindergarten Mothers Club Will Hold Party FROSTBURG — The Kindergarten Mothers Club of Hill Street School met recently, at' the home of Mrs. Ben Hughes. Uhl Street. Plans were completed for a children'.s Thanksgiving party November 23 at 1:15 p. m. in the school. Readings on "Child Psychology" were given by Mrs. Warren Cook and Mrs. Betty Tracy, followed by a discussion of the group. . The next meeting will be aj Christmas party December 7 at thej home of Mrs. Warren Cook. 134J Centre Street, with. Mrs. Marshall! Caton as hostess. Jingle gifts not| to exceed,SI will be exchanged. of Mrs. Betty Froman. • Brief Mention Susannah Weslev Bible Class will hold a dinner meeting tomorrow at 6 p.m. in the recreation hall of Trinity Methodist Church. The second session of the study course sponsored by the Woman's Society of Christian Service will be held in the parlor of Trinity Methodist Church Monday at 7:30 p.m. The theme will be "The American Indian." The third meeting will be held November 28. Divorce is likely- to result when a love knot is tied with more than one beau. . ' • • Brief Mention A public skating pa'rty %yill be held at the K of P Armory tomorrow from 7 to 10 p. m., by the Trif Towns Girl Scouts Lone Troop Association. Motorola TV terlainmenl. Guesls were: Ann Perry Chappell, Jo Ann Con-j nor, Kalhryn McPartland, Anna) Mae Bishop, Verna Connor, Sandra Carter, Kay Kirk, Peggy Stakem, Mary Lou Stakem, Rosalie McKenzie. Judy Sider, Pauline Richardson, Patricia Broadwaler, Sally Bradburn, Bertha Chappell, of the First Baptist Church here., Peggy Mclntyre, Rebecca, Bess!and Mrs. Orndorff will atlend the; and- Judy Lupton. Martha Ann!sessions. Mrs, Orndorff has been! Lewis; Virginia Green. Colleen invited to lead Ihe singing for Ihe! WESTERNPORT—The Maryland Baptist Union Association will meet November 16 through November 1C at First Baptist Church. Baltimore. «„ Rev. William B. Orndorff, pastor PALACE THEATRE FROSTBURG L JK^Bpraflra^MiH ^r^RHAP STOHT DEREK AM m 'Hi ALLIED ARTISIS PICTURE Tha'rpe, Alma Lea Timney, Cobey Kelly, Irene Holland, Louise Hadley, Darlene Getson. Michael Shaffer, Fred Williams, Charles Knotts, Richard Rennie, Robert Hyde, Mackay McKenzie, Ray Robertson, John Mummert. William Bradley, Alton Fortney Jr., Russell Fisher, Jack Lannon, John Smith, Lester Heiber. V/MU meetings. Dielil Infant Baptized MT. SAVAGE — The infant son, of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Diehl was! baptized in St. Patrick's Catholic! Church last Sunday by the pastor, Rev. Michael S. Smyth. The child! was given the name of John William. Sponsors were Mrs. Michael flepublican Women was held in the fireman's hall a recent evening wilh Mrs. Pearl Wagner, president, presiding. Mrs. W. T. Bateson, fourth vice- president, discussed the coming election. All Republican women 1 of Londonderry Township and. Hyndman Borough may join the; newly formed council. was indicted at this term of Min- Thomas Lewis. Mrs. George Lewis, eral County Circuit Court for felon-!Mrs. Mary Ann Moore, James Max Mrs. James Mclntyre, Mrs. Al-|Flanigan and 'Thomas L. Hotch-j vin Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry | Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene j Evans and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiber, Mrs. Eugene Reiber, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reiber, Mrs. Fred Dillon, Mr. and Airs. Miracle Tread SMART SHOES For Graceful Poise 1 WE GIVE SiH GREEN STAMPS J. B, Shannon & Go. Frostburg Motorola 5-srar Deluxe metal table set with big 21" screen—in Bronze, Charcoal or Blond. Right-Up-Front Tuning. Model 21T26. $189.95' As low As $16.95 Pricei Include Federal Tax Full-year Picture Tube Warranty Bob's Radio 69 E. MAIN ST. Frostburg PHONE 87 ious assault on Robert Paugh. was sentenced yesterday to serve a term of from one to 10 years by Judge A. See. He was placed on probation for four years. Dillon and Miss Elizabeth Yates. Politicians are getting on the band wagon again so we can expect a lot of sour notes. The average American lakes over; 18,000 steps a day, according to a statistician. And they're not wasted if you know where you're going. THIS CHRISTMAS UY-AWAY YOUR NOW! Classic .Project j ATHENS—(INS)—Ne^ring. com- ipletion, the Stoa of Attalos in the ancient mnrkct-pjace of Athens promises to become Greece's number one tourist attraction after the Acropolis. This $?. .million project! is aimed al reconstructing the; Stoa, a magnificent, two-story col-j onnaded building, exactly as iti stood 22 centuries ago. | Fn/uc Asfiirtii hy Ancnrvcft Permanent Value Plan 9 Complete Line of FEEDS Including Mill Feeds ALSO: ROOFING, ROOF PAINT NAILS, etc. ROBESON FARM SERVICE THE KASCO STORE Rear 119 E. Main St. Ftotlburg PHONE 559-M MICEO Lovely Selection of Fint - Diamonds from $37.50 up Hosken Jewelry Phone 473 Frostburg Open Sat, till 9 p.m. CHARLIE HILL'S -TOYLAND- Wi/f Open Friday Nov. 11 that 7 P.M. FREE GIFTS for all the Kiddies Located on Second Floor OVER ENGLE'S BUTCHER SHOP W«t Moin Street THREE ROOMS FULL OF TOYS! U»e Our Lay-away Plan FOR SPARKLING COLORS AND STYLES FOR THE BUDGET-WISE HOMEOWNERS FOR MODERN PLUMBING FIXTURES Sparkling colors. Nix or match coral, blue, green, ivorj.'Ttd, ttti, Tf, "u'bittr-u-hile" , • THI BROMLEY... non-tplath rectangular bowl I • THI EMPRESS ... huih-f lu»h action t • THE MESLIN ... *af«ty wito rim ttatl CAU DS TODAY AIOUT EASY TIME PAYMENTS! Layman's Hardware 37 I. Main St. Phone 540 Frottburf JUST A MOMENT LEARN TO "BELIEVE" Because If You Are A "BELIEVER" You Can Have the Desire of Your Heart! Mark 11:24 Mark 9:23 L Are You a "BELIEVER?" Can You "BELIEVE?" Do You Want to "BELIEVE?" SALVATION HEALING CAMPAIGN SIGNS! WONDERS! MIRACLES! CITY-WIDE INTER-DENOMINATIONAL! EVANGELIST MAI KERR POTTSVILLE, PA. See God Answer Prayer Right Before Your Eyes Come and See for Yourself You Are Invited to Bring fi The Cripples — The Blind •~ MAL KERR The Lame — The Unconverted Evangelist ' Services, 7:30 every evening, Sundays, 2:30 in afternoon and 7:30 in evening. Cumberland, Mi, Nov. 11-20 FIREMEN'S HALL AT LA VALE . Ictwcen Cumberond and Frostburg Three miles west of Cumberland oi\ Route. 40 right on the highway, 6 miles east from Frostburg. The bus from Cumberland or Frostburg will stop right in front of the"Hall. Come eorly for a seat and for information coll Frostburg, Md., Phone 527-R." See God answer prayer right before your eyes. Come in and see for yourself. Nothing done in secret — everything open. ft

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