Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 11, 1955
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FltOVrilllK,- K E \ § E R •I: f- And Tri-State Area News (9) Evening .Times, Friday, November 11, 1955 Meat School .x* ___ •' • ••' •-"-'- -' '. ' SetWediiesday At Mooref ield MOOREFIELD— The Moorefield Community .Cannery .'will be closed Wednesday for a meat school to be conducted by Dr. R. C. Butler, acting head , of the Department .of Agriculture Education, West Virginia University. , The one-day, school, will be a demonstration of meat cutting and processing. A government specialist will supervise. '" . • . .! Accompanying Dr. Butler will be 18 agriculture major students from. the university. The cannery •will-. be closed for the school, but, will be open on Tuesday arid" Thursday of next week. After that period, the cannery will resume the schedule of Tuesday, Wednesday and -Thursday opening. -'.--- -.-.--* •— -• Keyser Legion Loses License CHARLESTON, W. Va.-ffi- State Beer Commissioner Burton Crow yesterday announced revocation of several beer licenses, including the f olio wing: American Legion, Washington- Smith .Post, Keyser; sale to persons under 18; conviction of employe for sale to persons under 18. The revocation will be effective November 19. Belle Of The Ball! Food tii^rui May v Be Introduced Here NEW YjORK— (INS)— Americans may borrow lanpther. .Old World custom-tfoodJn tubes— if a recent market test is any barometer of : consumer acceptance. This is the opinion of Lester B. Platt, executive secretary of -the Collapsible Tube Manufacturers Council, who says that spread-type foods, in metal tubes, long popular in Europe, are gaming. in popularity in this country."-:^-.:/ •'•'_ • • . Frightened? LOS^AN.GELES—(INS)-A noted Chicago psychologist, worried about the upbringing of future generations, believes that Americans are" a "generation of frightened people" Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, a professor at the Chicago Medical School.^said in Los Angeles- "As we emerge from a fear ridden autocratic society," we are still too fearful to^respond, to the freedom and demands of a democratic socjety." Class Play Planned PETERSBURG/ •— 'The Junior • Class of Petersburg .High 'School will present on November 22 and 23 at 8 p.m. a dramatization of "Seventeenth ' Summer" by Anne Coulter Martens from the book of Maureen Daly. . Women seldom ever suffer from •any given, age .until .the .wrong one is given to them by. an enemy. Armstrong's Corlon the modern fashion lit QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE'1181-w FOR FREE ESTIMATES 117 E. MAIN -ST. ' FROSTBURG •SPECIAL • - MEN'S TOPCOATS '19.95 „„,'24.95 Holmes and Company • LONACONING* $••' t.V-t «# - I f I -Buy DASHIELL'S Enriched Grade "A 1 HOMOGENIZED MILK A in the economical GALLON JUGS , available at any of ' :'- : : these neighborhood dealers:— Frarn's Grocery, ' . - . Bowery Itrttt •"._ Powers Superette I. 1*3 ,t Main Street i'.! W;|W.' Sluss & SonV IIO^W. Main Street •'•••' FROSTBURG Filsinjjer Grocery Stort ECKHART :•• •" ' * . • . H. P. Stoup Grocery •; LONACONING, Kenny's Sanitary,Mitt. WISTIRNPOrr •"' • ' •*• : . fttttMii Service Station .<••. ll00MINOTON,v 1 '*"'•'•••:•' * ; .- ' Toll G«te Frail Market Rt. 40 Wt* •( LAVALE Fire Company Auction Sale Set At Romney ROMNEY—The Romney Fire Company will hold its annual food auction sale November 19. starting at 7 p. m. the fire house. The sale is conducted annually for the purpose of raising funds to help maintain an efficient fire fighting department. The fire house will be open all i day November 19. The following have been designated as solicitors and collection centers: Springfield—Mrs. Charles Parsons, at home. Green Spring—Mrs.'W. L. Puf- 'inburger store. Three Churches — Mrs. Jean Machemer and Alvin - Thompson, or James Smoot's store. Pleasant Dale—Robert Haines store. •Van'derlip—Hamilton store. Augusta—Miss - Anna Hardy or Cecil Smith's store. • ,.• Junction—Mrs. ^Charles High or Smith's, store. . ' .._ ....'. Purgitsville—Mrs. Paul • Rogers dr.McGee's store. .... .. Romney—Mrs. Audry Mezza- ;esta,. Mrs. John. Grady, Mrs. Iliff liaphis, Mrs. Louise Maphis, Mrs. Bus Smith, ' Mrs. Hettie Taylor, Mrs. Elizabeth Staub, Mrs. Mary lombs,- --Mrsf Ann Gates, Mrs. Margaret Shawen, Mrs. Enid Snarr, Mrs. Floellen Welker, Mrs. Sloise Pugh, Mrs! Katherine Rogers, Mrs". Elaine Johhsbh, Mrs. Vlike Smith, Mrs. Arno Singleton, Mrs. Nola..Cheshire,--MrsV Blanche Turner, Mrs. pale;:-,.Long, Mrs; Watson Poland, Mrsl'iEd Buckbee and Mrs. Reva Smith. -. Star ballerina of the school recital—her beautiful dress, easily made by you! Whirling tiers of [rothy net. skirt with ruffle panties beneath;' for parties, the same graceful dress outstanding in dimity or dotted swiss! Pattern 4789: Children's Sizes -2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 ballerina dress and panties, .1% yards 39-inch plain fabric; -3Vi- yards 72-inch net. "' This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for cfep'atterri; for Ist-class mailing: Send -to 1 ANNEr : ADAMS,j caro-.'-"pf THe:St|Eyemng '" Times, Pattern Dept:; "243-West 17th St.', New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Oakland Homemakers To Work Oil Projects OAKLAND — Members of the Oakland Homemakers Club are scheduled to .meet Thursday al 1 -p, rh. at the office of Miss Ethel Grove, home-demonstration agent; to'do work on the toy project for the Garrett County Memorial Hospital. . BUILDING FOR RENT Suitable for Warehouse, Ga rage, Storage or Business.- Located at 38 Broadway, Frostburg For information phone Frostburg 656. Adv. Nov. 11—12—N—T Plumbing & Healing BATH OUTFITS — KITCHEN SINKS . HOT WATER TANKS Roofing & Spouting GAS : — COAl — Oil FURNACES 'All work guaranteed—Fre» Estimates WM.R.GOEBEL 25 Centennial Street t Phone Frostburg 486 Cane Fiber Walls Doii'l Need Paint CHICAGO—(INS)—If;you are remodeling a room in the house you can build walls or ceilings without having to paint them later. . A cane fiber material for interior walls and ceilings comes in a variety of colors now — white, blue-green, willow-green, and rose. This material also has insulating properties and comes in, sculptured, linen or "ripple textures, reports a spokesman for the Celotex Corp. of Chicago. Class Plans Harvest Ball- ROMNEY—The annual Harvest Ball sponsored by the Junior Class of Romney High School will be held November 23 from 9"" p.m. to 1 a.m. in .the high school'-gym- riasium.',The;theme"'^vill be Autumn Leaves with Jimmy Andrews furnishing- music. • . ' Candidates for king and queen are:- seniors, Ercia Haines .and Sammy Riley; . juniors. Becky Lewis and Robert Sumner: sophomores, Alice Hannas -and--Burr Hartman; • freshmen, Saundra Rinker , and Gerald" Michael; Eighth Grade,.Donna Sumner and William Mapbis, and Seventh Grade, Diana Maphis and Jack Williams. -. . • ' ;. : Britain Is Circled- By Rescue System LONDON-(INS)-Britain is -being ringed today with a chain of search and rescue helicopter units. saVe,%ir crews.»;whq';crash lafijj in ••ffig'jsea-'bi;'' bSe'; out^p'yer "waiter. Established • .b^tKe^'A'ir^'Ministry' and manned by Royal Air Force crews the helicopter units are designed essentially to aid RAF fliers but they will also swing into full operation for holiday makers getting/ into difficulties or.:.mariners in distress. "-''' j> it^jfc-fr^rV -*^A 4p4- -^^ih-tli^aV A^X A^*- ^^•••^fcjt^'' • i ' ^ FLOWERS »,:,,...;, For All f OCCASIONS :1 Freih From Our Greenhouse PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Dial lonaconing 3131 Open Sunday 'III Noon A upen Sunday 'tn noon f 1 _? iTW V V W W V V* There's No Charge for Credit at TwoFiremenlnjuwd As Blaze Destroys Dwelling In Barton ... ,/ -,.»,.. -•,... •.'•>-.. C7 •» •:* )' BARTON.—Two volunteer 1 'fi -; men were " injured last "eyenr .' jwhen the home of Mr. and .M ^ ! David Matthews was destroyed I'••'• flames. ' ' - • '. -.'-' ' ... •' : ( Ernest Poland, assistant.' .chi . who was directing fire-fighting c; : . erations of-the'Barton Voluntet" iFire Company, sustained a fractured right ankle and was treate ;by a Lonaconing physician.' ' i Treated for a sprained-back Hv; I Russell Kiddy.' •""'."'.' ' Damage to the gutted three room one-story frame home "an: furnishings,-•-.located' -oa ,'Stat" Street, "was .estimated 'at-,abou $2,300. . : • ' / ,";": ;-v.:;' '_.;•;., Firemen said neither .the build- jing, owped by Mrs'. Ruth Robert- json, u-j'r. "the, furnishings were -in- jsured. The firemen, though;unable j to save the home since, .the fire had such a headstart,'were,-able to save an adjoining garage-and truck. • ; . . ,' ..'.>• .' An overheated stove located-'iri V ; e living. room of the homb,{was imed for the blaze, firemen said, rs. Matthews, an- expectant ' other, was fortunate in escaping. -.injured from the" blazing Two -lines from nearby hydrants .id two lines from- the company's ,vo pumpers were trained on:the -ning structure. - • .,;A, The Matthews lost all their- v be- ngings in the blaze, which broke •I about 6:05. ' ' "-Si-l Firemen said the Matthews will .tay temporarily at the home" of sis father. Edward Matthews/Mos- MW';-. Matthews was not •. at -home it 'the time of the .fire. .•;..-"• The volunteers, • who took-;Mr& ( Matthews to her father-in-law's home last night, appealed for^cloth- jig. and home furnishings" for-.the fa_oiily.. • ••;>.> •':Sbme -20' firemen responded. Capt. James Lamberson -S'took charge when Poland and 'Kiddy were hurt. : _,, ! CHRISTMAS IS COMING SOON OPERA DANCERS REHEARSE—Square dancers of the opera "Down In The Valley" by •Kurt Wei! are shown as they went through a recent dress rehearsal at Frostburg State Teacher^ College. : The Music and Drama departments are sponsoring two operas next Thursday and Friday : eve'nings in Compton Hall. The other" k._V.The Telephone" and curtain time is 8 p.m. Charles Sager is the musical .director with Dorothy Stone White as drama and technical director. Dancers above, left around the circle beginning with the young man in darkest shirt are, Jack Walker, Pat Allen. Oliver. Wittig, Marie Goldsworthy. James Rankin Ann Dixon, David Dunn and Maureen Maniejv. A large, attendance is anticipated for the presentations. -WAY THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ANYONE;* TELEVISION BY MOTOROLA RADIOS BY MOTOROLA POWER TOOLS & ATTACHMENTS /.• BY MALL Winter Rye May Be Cure For Wheat Mosaic MANHATTAN, Kas. — (INS) — Winter rye plants found by chance on a farm- near Kansas City are being used : by agricultural scientists at Kansas State' College seeking a cure for soQ-borrie wheat mosaic. The'plants showed severe green mosaic symptoms and plants Airplanes were used to 'spray more than 1,600,000 acres in the western .states for grasshopper control in 1955. Boys' Flannel Lined JEANS-SLACKS Jackets & Shirts to Match From $1.98 Sizes 2-12 KIDDIE TOWNE A Specialty Shop .for Childrtn 9 E. MAIN ST. from their seed continued 'the- symptoms when infected in greenhouse laboratories. 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