Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 10, 1955 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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FltOSTB IJRG . K E Y § And Tri-State Area News (11) Evening Times, Thursday, November 10. 1955 Legion Post Plans Shck>tNov.l2 .KEYSER—The first in a series of turkey shooting matches sponsored annually by Boyce-Houser Post 41, American Legion, will be held Saturday at the Snyder Service Station on.U-..S.- Route 50. three miles east of Mt Storm. Matches will be conducted under tlis direction of Ralph Burgess. . "Shoots" will t|e open to all persons desiring to ••• participate and the program will continue through December. Shells will be furnished entrants . ' '.•-.. V Other "shoots'".scheduled to date will be. one at Sky .Line" Service Station on U. S. Route 50, at the top of Allegheny Front, on NOVP'IP ber 10. , The third will be conducted thanksgiving Day, November 24, on the Legion home grounds at the east end of Armstrong Street. Brief Mention The Brotherhood of St. Andrev. at -Emmanuel Episcopal Church will conduct a public card party at the .Rosemont Restaurant on Armstrong Street next Thursday at 8 p. m. Co-chairmen are John Gatl'ett and Vincent E. Lacey. Assisting \vith : the arrangements will be Edwin L; "Mason, Marvin Reel and David Mason.. .Miss . Evelyn Bright is acting as advisor to the group.': •' • . : Mrs:.CarLTheis Jr., -lias, returned to" her home from/Memorial Hospital, Cumberland,:where she was a surgical patient for two weeks. ; •. -'••••' Ancient Pride Motoring World Tops In Hassle Roth Military roupPledges ROMNEY—A 1916 Scripps-Booth, once the pride of the motoring world, came out on top ra a hassle with a 1953 Buick here Monday. Ralph G. Burkhart. 54., a Martinsburg antique dealer, had purchased the Scripps-Booth at a local auction and was towing it on a trailer attached .to .his car. / While descending .Ebenezer Mountain, two miles east.of Romney on Route 50. the trailer, and its ancient load -began swinging. Burkhart found himself hemmed in by traffic and swung into an embankment, causing the 'trailer to upset. •The' Scripps-Booth rolled across the back of the 1953 model vehicle, badly bending the fender and back of the Buick. The antique auto received only a slightly bent.hood. Trooper J. W. Martin, who investigated, did not prefer charges and no estimate of total damage v/as made-. ';,.. •• • - ' Teets Elected To Head Group MOOREFIELD '-I' Mrs. W:' J. Teets was named president of the Hardy County Heart Association at a meeting held here. Mrs. Mary Lewis." Charleston, representing the West Virginia Heart Association, was present a/t the meeting of Hardy County citizens forming the county association.' Formerly there had been no county association and all activities .were carried on in the name of the state association. Mrs. John Chapman was named vice-president; Miss Mollelle .Kuykendall secretary-treasurer and S. L, Dodd, fund 'Chairman. The an nual drive for funds will not/be formally inaugurated until*, next February. However, donations are acceptable for this year's quota. Cresaptoivn f CRESAPTOWN — Miss Wilrna Snyder, ^Jersey City, N. J., visitec her parents* Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Snyder...» •.-.-.,. -.Mr. and'Mrs. J. Elmer Rhodes and sons of "Brooklyn, N. Y., visited relatives here. Mrs.' Elizabeth McCusker remains ill. at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Robinette are in Lanittsville, Va.,-to attend the wedding of their granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs^ C. R. Judy return °d home after spending last week end in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bobkin have moved into their new home on Brant Road. : Mrs. Isaac Jones, Andrew Ten nant and Mrs. Jack James o Baden, Pa., visited Mrs. Brace Hutson. f Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cutchal visited her mother in .Kitzmiller. y thian Sisters Schedule Meet MIDLAND — "Myrtle Teniple 2, 'ythian Sisters, will hold a meet- ng at 7:30 p.m. today in Red fen's Hall, at which time there 'ill be roll call • of membership. Refreshments will be served by •nembers whose birthdays are in >ctober, November and December. Pearl Blair, supreme representa- iye. Earl Kroll, Edward Kroll 'ansy Thrasher and Rhoda Me- tenzie, members of Myrtle Tem- le.'attended a roll call meeting ol Calanthe Temple 3, Pythian Sis- ers, Friday evening at Frostburg Brief Mention ' Susan Robertson, daughter ol Ir. and Mrs. Gorman Robertson 'aradise Street, is a patient a! Jemorial Hospital. • Mrs. Frank Beverage, Railroad Itreet, has returned home from Jacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Harry Jenkins, Gilmore, is able to be out following a week's llness:--;': '':;'.'•<• • '•'.-'• Mrs. Nora Moses is a patient at Memorial. 1 Hospital. • •:.. .. James Durst, employed in Cleve and, visited his parents, Mr. am Urs. Russell Durst, Koontz Ave nue. William'. A. Goodwin, Philadel ihia', spent several days at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius )orsey. State Road Boulevard. Robert Buddy Gray, Baltimore spent last weekend with his moth er, Mrs. Marie Gray, Broadwa} Street. Dr. Eugene Bryant ?To Speak Sunday I MT. SAVAGE - Dr. Eugene feryant. writer, lecturer and com poser, will be guest speaker in St Patrick's Hall Sunday at 8 p..m His subject will be "A Differen prummer," . . £ A widely traveled orator. Dr Bryant, a recent convert to Catho jicism, is being sponsored by Cour •Theresa 557, Catholic Daughters o 'America. Corkers Begin Sewer project Al Westernport J WESTERNPORT— Employees o |he Pittsburgh Pipe Cleaner Com tpany began this week to clean 01 yocks and debris in the sewer lead JJng from the Oak View area t iClmrch Street. I After the debris is taken fron ^he sewer, employees of the loc; street department will haul awav. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Shaw and children, Bart and Beth, Annapolis isited'rher. parents. Mr. and Mrs John S. Carr, O'Mara Avenue. James Berry, employed at Pans ille, Ohio, visited his parents, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Berry, Lona coning Street. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harcle rode and children, Terry Lynn anc Keith, Baltimore, visited Mr. and Harclerode, Koontz Mrs. John Avenue. Gene Stevens of Painsville, Ohio visited his grandmother, Mrs Martha Blair and Mr. and-Mrs William A. Wilson, Koontz Avenue Don Loar. employed in Balti more, sustained a • broken arm while skating at the Frostbur; ink. Vincent Monahon, who recently returned from Florida, is visitin his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Monahon, Main Street. Paul Thompson, enrolled leorge Washington University, vis ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Thompson. Railroad Street. Miss Etheline Skidniore of Barton spent several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sk'idmore, O'Mara Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Galla- jher, Cumberland/visited Mr. and Mrs. William Spiker, O'Mara Ave- lomores KEYSER—Fourteen sophomores L Potomac State College 'were ledged to the Roth Military Honor ociety at. recent ceremonies in nnex 1 under the direction of homas fiartlett, commander, and oseph Elliott, executive officer, \ The following men received the ledge ribbon: James Bonar, Burlington, agriulture: Robert Connelly, Pitts- urgh, physical education; Orrel P. lover," Arlington, Va., business dministration; Paul N. Kane, eyser, law; Carl S. Mallow, Up- er 'Tract, vocational agriculture; 'onald E. Murphy, Penns Grove, J., engineering, Richard Pfunty, Pullman, educa- on; .James Rinard, Keyser, engi- eeringr Edward Russell, Keyser, nd Larry Sayre, Parkersburg. re-dental: Gene M. Simmons, ick. law: Glenn Smith, Piedmont, hysical education; Robert Smith Ceyser, arts and sciences, and Robert D. Vance, Durbin, pre-edu- ation. The formal initiation of pledges 'ill take place at a dinner Decem- er 2 when Richard Poe,'.first com- nander of Roth and now a studenl West Virginia' University anc ommander of Seaboard anc ilade, national honorary groups 'ill speak. Poe is expected to talk n~ summer camp and advancec ROTC training. The Roth unit was .established a 'otomac State in the fall of 1953 or the purpose of honoring men have, .done outstanding work in . military science. Candidates are required to have a grade aver age of "B" in military science anc an overall academic average o "C" for a minimum of 14 hours of work. Admission is by majority •ote of the members. The society is named" for Col Samuel Roth who, while with the nilitary science department a Vest Virginia University, was in itrumental in the establishment o he Reserve Officers Trainin; Corps here. 'Present at the pledging cere mony were^the society sponsors !ol...Gordon L. Beach and Master Sgt. Philip D. Beall, and Capt. J }. Saum - o£ the Military Science Department. Midland Pupils Present Program MIDLAND — In observance o American Education Week, pupil of Midland School held a prograr in the school auditorium today. • Miss Mary Manley's first grad offered several -choral reading and a song, "This Old Man." Grade 2, taught by Mrs. Mildred R. Downey and Mrs. Sue Todd Dawson, contributed an interpretive dance. "The Scarecrow;" alDislricl Forester song, "On the Farm in the Morn-!-, „, • *,-,. ing Ducky Daddies," and choral Iteports Mvo tires FISHERMEN'S LUCK—Three Romney anglers. Elmer Buckley.. John Gross and Earl Hines, recently brought home a record catch of bass as the result of a ''day's work" along the South Branch of the Potomac River. They caught 19 fish, including seven in the two to four and one- half pound bracket. None were under one pound. The fish ranged up to 20 inches in length. Keeping their "lucky spot" a secret. Gross said they "just caught them in the South Branch." PTA Program Slated Today AtFlintstone ! FLLNTSTOXE—Education \Veekj •will be the general theme of the! : Flintstone Parent-Teachev'Associa- tion meeting at the school house ' today at 8 p. m. j j The school orchestra, under thej : direction of Miss Alene Billings, •will play several -selections. Miss Anna Rinker. a' student, will outline the history of American Education Week. j Seven students will speak. Ones topic is designated for each day.' Participating will be Naomi Heavner, Judy Slider, Frank Teter, Charlotte Hout, Jean Stottlemyer, Shirley Twigs and Joyce Dolly. The primary grades will present a skit, "The Sleeping Princess." Junior high grades will offer a play entitled "The Modern School." directed by Harold Bean. Intermediate grades will present the routine "Skip To My Lou'." Following the meeting and program, teachers will be in tlieirj clasrooms and homerooms to greet parents and patrons of the school. k-H'ers, Officials {Receive Traiuiug County Seeks Hospital Site CHARLESTON, W. Va.—The lampshire County Court has proposed that the State Board of Education deed it a five-acre site for a new $720.000 general hospital in Somney.,., ;' j Hampshire .' County, residents made a resolution October 22 that 1 ;he.40-bed hospital be built in.Rom- ney, provided that federal aid could be secured under the Hill-Burton Act. A special, election would be leld to vote revenue bonds. County Commissioners George Herriott, H. : F^ Smith and Ellis 3aines went before the board to discuss a possible site on property of the West Virginia Schools "or the Deaf and Blind owned by be board. Supt. Hugo F. Scbunhoff of the schools said such a hospital w have a "tremendous advantage" by providing. surgical care for students now obtained at Cumberland, Md., 28 miles from Romney. The board went on record as being willing to donate the site—if it can legally do so—and will check with Governor Marland and Attorney General John G. Fox on the legality. It attached the con- diton that facilities of the hospital must be made available for care and treatment of the students at the schools "at rates charged in similar cases." Meanwhile, Schunhoff, the county commissioners and Board Secre- try H. K. Baer will meet with State Health Director N. H. Dyer the week of November 21 about the federal aid matter. Potomac State Campus To Host Legislators KEYSER—Members of the West Virginia State Legislature will have an opportunity to observe Potomac State College in action | Homemakers Club mil be held when they visit the local campus Monda >' m the Accident Fire Hall. Mrs. Allen Baker, president, said a "fur session": is scheduled Homemakers' ? Plan Program GRANTSV1LLE — A meeting of present officials, past presidents and chairmen of the Grantsville i KEYSER — Fifty-five 4-H"ers. eight leaders and four adult council members attended a countywide 4-H Club Officers Training School this week at the Mineral County Court House. Purpose of the school was .to inform officers of their duties and to train them to carry out those duties in their clubs. Miss June Painter, home demon- December 5. President E. E. Church has in- 1 vited three senators and nine delegates to be guests of the college for the purpose of discussing the needs of the institution. The visitors will inspect the campus and attend a luncheon. for November 16 at 1:30 p.m. in the Casselman Hotel. The annual Christmas party will be held at the home of Mrs. Raymond Leochel. with Mrs. Ollie Leochel and Mrs. Georse Diefen- 7 at Legislators invited include Sen.j bach assisting. December Ralph J. Bean. Moorefield. presi-! 1:3 ° P- m stration agent, had charge of training work for presidents, and the vice presidents were given training by Joseph Wimer, county agricultural agent. Miss Mary Rotrucfc, county • agricultural extension service secretary, conducted the training class for the treasurers, and song leaders and game leaders were trained by Mrs. Maurice AmtOwer, club leader. The Keyser ELKS Potomac Trade FAIR this dent of'the Senate: Sen. Clarence E. Martin. Martinsburg, and Sen. Archie L- Reed, Terra Alta. From the House are Joseph W. KesseL Mineral County; William P. C. Perry. Jefferson; Stewart Wright, Berkeley; Ward Dawso'n Sr., Morgan: John Blair, Hampshire; James M. Miley, Hardy; Ralph Walton, ;Grant': William McCoy Jr.. Pendleton, and Richard Whetsell, Preston. reading selections. Grade 3, Miss Margaret Maney's room, presented a short play, 'Now and Then," in addition to the Shoemakers Dance and group songs. Mrs. Jessie Smith's room composed of grades 3 and 4 offered a skit, "Our Armed Forces." featuring marching and a Sailors' Hornpipe dance. Grades 4 and 5, Mrs. Agnes M. Davis' room, gave a short play "The Dream of. Columbus." and'-,, .,,.-, , ,-, dance: "The Dance of Mexico." |Child Study Group Grade 6, under the direction of j\I ee ts In Frostbur" Calvin James, presented the play "Miss Liberty Protests," and sang ROMNEY — District Forester! Tilden Norris reported two recent forest fires, both of them occurring Sunday. Two acres of woodland were burned in the Pattersons Creek area and a fire was reported near Elk Garden. Sparks from a railroad engine are reported-as being the cause of the blaze near - Pattersons P- ogram -_ Creek. Central Elementary Event Set Tomorrow LONACONING — Visitation to classrooms at Central Elementary school in observance of American Education Week will occur tomorrow from 9 a. m. through 3:30 p. m., with the exception of the Veterans' Day parade of school (children at 11 a. m. to the Soldiers Monument to place a memorial wreath, and at 2 p. m., when a program will be presented in the auditorium by fifth and sixth sraders. Miss Alice A. McCormick, principal, said the Veterans' Day An exchange of gram will feature gifts and pr6- the program. The entertainment committee includes Mrs. Harold Miller, Mrs. Harry G. Edwards, Mrs. Fred Holliday and Miss Ethel Broadwater. Circle Plans Session KEYSER — The January' Circle of Grace Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ross Prysock, today at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Carl Broome is leader. Have you seen our pretty Christmas gifts . , . for sarly Santas? of Frostburg Lost in the vicinity of Frostburg: j One male rabbit hound. Bassetti Beagle Breeding. Black, White and tan. Reward, Phono Frostburg 1084-J. Adv.—Nov. N-T 9-10 program at the monument will be the "Salute to the Flag," and the singing of "The-Lord's Prayer" byj Sixth Grade students. A boy and a I girl of the Sixth Grade will be ap-j pointed to parade at 7 p. m. *to; plann the wreath again, when thei VF,W. American Lesion and MPj Reserves hold a Veterans' Dayj. - DANCE November 11, 9-1:00 At The Clary Club Music by the Ariitocrats Ttcktti may b« purchased from • Any Band Member • Bob Hohing's • Dean's Jewelry • Or at the door BENEFIT BEALL HIGH BAND Thit ad courtt&y Rob Hohmg Condon's Shoe Store SHOES.... For the Entire Family For Men: Bostonian, MantfielcJ and Star *rand Work She« For Women: Enna J«tttckl r Trim TrecJ and Scamparoot Infants, Children's, Misses: Jumping Jacki, Fall Parrot For Boys: Rand Craft 20 W. MAIN FROSTBURG PHONE 190-4 FRIDAY i and SATURDAY Nov. 11 & 12 Keyser HIGH SCHOOL Gymnasium Exhibits "The Pledge of Allegiance" song. nue. James Alexander, Church Hill. is a patient at Memorial Hospital. Norma Lee Martin, Mt. Savage, visited Mary Lou Eisentrout, Paradise Street. ' •. Coney Couple Weds LONACONING - Miss Carol Thompson, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Arch Thompson, Beechwoo'd, and Robert Lee, son of Mr. and McKcldin Will Honor Capt. Michael Cresap OLDTOWN—Ross F. Shaw, a member of the Cresap Society, will honor Capt. Michael Cresap, grandson of Col. Thomas Cresap, the founder, of Oldtowri, tomorrow by placing a wreath of flowers on his grave. j The wreath is to be provided by j Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin. j The son of Col. Cresap, Capt. • Cresap, who is buried in the Trinity Graveyard in New York! City, .will receive a similar honor; when Lawrence W. ( Ilins of White Plains. N. Y., a direct des-i cendant of Col. Cresap, will place a similar wreath. , j FROSTBURG — The Child Study Group of Hill Street School met i yesterday afternoon in the school auditorium. Mrs. John Logue presided and led the discussion on the movie, "Social Development." Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held December 14. Mrs. Harold Conrad and Mrs. William Fuller will be in charge of the program. For the early '"Christmas Shoppers. ELECTRIC RAZORS FOR MEN and WOMEN AMITY'S WALLETS COTY ~ LENTHERIC AN DM AX FACTOR GIFT ITEMS Shupe's Pharmacy Phone 520 Frostburg Sit Back and RELAX With This Comfort-Styled Chair _ Rotarians Hear pTalk By Hawkins | GRANTSVILLE.— The Grants Tyille Rotary Club met Tuesday) Slight at Hill Top Inn with Phillip! charge. | Willard L. Hawkins. Oakland. \ jsunerintendent of Garrett County! Schools, spoke on "Education And iThe Needs Of County Schools." is. Rntarian guests were Ivan C. jpiehl. Thomas Elias and Robert ;Jones of Frostburjr. Ralph Beach•ley and Laurence'Meyers. Mrs. James Lee, Detmold, were: v .,i^ »„,., ci«. J married October 29. Rev. C. H.j Yule P ? rt > Slated Goshorn performed the double j BARTON'-— The WSCS of Barring ceremony in First Presbyter- j ton Methodist Church will hold a ian Church. I Christmas party December 3. BUY NOW and SAVE Before Increase in Price Spred Satin (for walls) Gliddcn House Paints Rock Spar Varnish . Raise, Due November 21st L NEILSON I SON S. Water St. Ext'd Phone 717-M FROSTIUR6 Suburban Goat Men's - Boys' $17,95 To $26.95 The casual out .er coat that's in the style spotlight . ., ; short cutf foi- freedom of action. The per- f e c t gift. Choice of colors. Bok Nebiii ^ 37 t. m*bt W««r CoitMrMl (or CnalMl Rtlaulieii '59 Juat M xood to look at «» It U lo lt*n b»<* and rtl*x In! N'all-tMid trim on leather-like pUitlr. contrititliK tweed-textured tt*l and back. Dick recline* to »(i> angle. Spring (Hied. .93 ACME Piedmont, West Virojnia Furniture Company Mary Carol Shop Frostburg mission Only Your attendance will brighten some needy Childs I . «i Christmas Coir»i$y Town-House Restaurant K r ' K«y»«r's

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