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

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Friday, November 11, 1955
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I IIOSTIl I IK. - KEYS ER Visitation And Tri-Statc Area Nefos (10) Evening Times, Friday, November 11, 1955 Beall Students Eligible For U. Qf Md. Scholarship FROSTBURG—Beall High Schools- students are being urged to place | entries in the essay contest en-' titled "Employment of the Physically Handicapped," according to Miss Jane Grindel, guidance counselor. Miss Grindel stated that a four- year scholarship to the University »of Maryland, plus a 'S100 Savings Bond is first prize for the state winner who automatically becomes eligible for the National contest, the winner of which receives $1,000 and an all-expense trip to Washington. 1 Each year the contest in Maryland" is sponsored by the Governor's Committee. Its purpose is to educate students, parents and teachers in the problems of the program and to bring forth the message that employment of the handicapped is of vital importance. • Information concerning the essa eontest may be secured from Mi Grindel. Upon completion, Mi Grindel will forward entries to tl Governor's Committee. Brief Mention St. 1 Martha's Guild of St. John Episcopal Church .will sponsor rummage sale today from 6 to p. m". and tomorrow from 10 a. m to 3 p. m. 'Little Woman' Made Career By EMILY BELSER HOLLYWOOD - (INSf -Actor Lloyd Bridges today accused the majority of women of talking men into'marriage, but admitted that in his case "it made my career." Lloyd, contrary to the wifely opinion shared bv many Hollywood Judge Named Speaker For Ke'yser Fair KEYSER-Judge Max DeBerry, Harrisville, will be principal speaker for Fair held in the Potomac Trade the Keyser" High School auditorium tomorrow evening. DeBerry is judge of the Third Judicial Circuit in West Virginia, covering Pleasants, Doddridge and Ritchie counties. Hs work with juvenile cases has drawn wide and favorable president of the West Virginia Judicial Association composed of judges of courts of record throughout the state. A native of ..Terra Alta, Preston County, he holds AB and LLB de- Police Enforce Roll rail Will parkin % R ules noil i,aiiw ill AtMoorefie i d IT eatlire iTieet MOOREFIELD — Parking meter LONACONING-The'annual roll collections jumped sharply in the call will be held Monday by Morn- Town of Moorefield as police starting Star Temple 1, Pythian Sisters ed tagging careless motorists. and the official visitation of Mrs. A total of 17 violators found yel- Marie Harding,-, grand chief of j ow par icj n g violation tickets under Maryland, will mark the occasion. little woman — former actress Dorothy Simpson. "I don't think I'd be acting to- Charter Night Slated By Petersburg Lious.. PETERSBURG—The Petersbur Lions Club will observe ."Charte Night" December 5 in the Peter burg High School cafeteria:, ; Plans have been completed promote "Safe Driving Day"- De cember 1. A ;true gossip probably feels li down when the low-down she ge' on other-people is high praise. PALACE THEATRE Friday -. Saturday J "The Kenruekian'' Burt Lancaster LYRIC THEATRE Friday - Saturday — DeubU FMlwr. "The Yellow "TarzanY Hidden Jungle" Rose of Texas" FOR SALE 2 1955 Poniiac *•*" 1953 Poniiac'"i" 1953Chevrolet *•*** 2 1952 Poniiac *- 19520ldsmobile 1952 Poniiac ££ 1951 Poniiac >— 1951 Plymouth 11 Sedan 5»daH 1951 Nash nt. 1 949 Nash 1949 Poniiac »•*•» 2,1948 Poniiac 1 941 Dodge '•*"• FROSTBURG day," he admitted, "if it hadn't been for my wife. "I didn't even want to get married," he went on, "because I was having a tough enough time male- ing ends meet for myself. But Dorothy insisted and even became the breadwinner of the family for the first year or so while I struggled with my acting." Bridges contends it could be the same for any man—just so long as he gets a girl who understands some of. the problems of his every day business. ' "These guys who don't tell their wives anything about their work don't know what they're missing," he declared. "What they do is create a kitchen belle with a mind that can't even go ; ting-a-iirig!" Lloyd and Dorothy, were fellow thespians at the. University of Southern California and even playr ed opposite each other in several productions after graduation, but following their, marriage in 1940 she switched from actress to model. . .. -, .'....,. "She went into modeling to keep me from driving a parcel truck," Bridges confessed. "And to 'give me more time to concentrate on getting a break. "Dorothy is a talented actress herself," he: added, "so I have faith' in her opinion. She knows iow to handle me and she knows when it's safe to accuse me of lamming it up. , "Sometimes when I'm in a difficult .mood,h : she treats me like a jaby. • She^ answers the phone, brings the food/and works with me on my lines. . . "I think I would have given up three or four times," he continued, "if it hadn't been for Dorothy. "There are times when every man feels .he's wrong and everybody else is right. It takes a good wife to give you a convincing ar- "niment that you're still tops!" Supper Set Today KEYSER — The Sulphur Union Church -will: hold- a pancake and sausage.supper today from. 4 to 9 p. m. •' Sponsors PTA Social KEYSER—The ML Storm PTA will sponsor a social on Tuesday. Civil Air Patrol To Meet OAKLAND — There will be a meeting of the Civil Air Patrol at the Episcopal parish house Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. sity, and is a veteran of Worlc War II. He was discharged from service as a lieutenant commander in the U. S. Naval Reserve. His subject here will be "Juvenile Delinquency." Preceding the address by DeBerry; who introduced to the audience by Sen. Dayton Stemple o( Philippi, Miss Mildred Twymah will sing a selection. She will be accompanied by Miss Iva Atkins, Washington. S-o-o Slimming! Half Sizers! Need a .pretty new dress for winter? Sew this one in a jiffy! It's proportioned to fit the shorter, fuller figure perfectly—no alteration worries with this smart step-in style! And so flattering- those side-swept lines just whittle the inches away! Pattern, 4554: Half Sizes 14V4, G. E. and FADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURG TELEVISION 117 Walnut St., Grahamtown Ption. — Froitburg 41t-j INSULATION STORM SASH '4.54 :„' SLEEMAN BROS. PHONE 318 Frostburg SALE Factory-Fresh BATTERIES .Famous Drl Charged Typt Batteries • More Power AS • Longer Life LOW • Quick-Starting AS Daii 9 EXCH. GP.-l Winter Treads - "Buy Two Sale" 670-15... 2 for 21.95 exch. BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE fair's Atlantic Service ; WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS E. Main PH.49S Frottburg MtA^&gSQSS&^a tjjixury, ROCKER K'l Id* id*«l ChriitmM «ift for Iht •« Ifr. f.mily. LUXURY'S tk« on> ch<!r «vtryon« w«ntt to tit in. Beauty? Thtrt H • dtiiq-\ to bUnd p*rf«ctly wtHi «ny room »»tttng— modern •r lr«dit!en<l. F«*tnr.t7 No alKtr comp*r»! S*« b*lo». L.i.ry FEATURES L«t««t [>cl<iti*. Fabric* AIRFOAM • H«d-H«i(jtit lack for The Durst Co. Phone 265 2 M«in St.. Fr«itbwr| be Temple of Gaithersb'urg. For the first time a supreme chief of the Pythian Sisters of the World will visit the local temple. Miss Frances Davis, supreme chief of the Pythian Sisters of the World,' will be a guest of the temple. She is the first sitting supreme chief to visit Lonaconing. "The'Golden : Chain of Fraternity" will be the program of the evening prepared by Mrs. Nellie Miller. The motto of the grand chief, "It's The Little Things That Count" will be carried out. Officers and a number of the members of the temple will take part in the ceremony honoring the grand chief. A "Friendship" tribute will be given in honor of the supreme chief. Mrs. Mary Elda McCormick, most excellent chief of Morning Star Temple, vill preside over the business meeting. .The social activities will be in charge of Mrs. Mildred ; Love and Mrs. Shirley Major and their committee. Visitors from temples throughout Maryland and West; Virginia will attend. The Lonaconing temple is the largest temple in membership in Maryland and will celebrate its fifty-fifth anniversary in December. Grantsville Women Hold Quilting Party GRANTSVILLE - Members .of the Springs (Pa.) Ladies Aid were gu.ests of the Casselman sewing group recently at the home of Mrs. Bruce Folk, Casselman. Three quills were the handiwork of the day. Dinner was served cafeteria style at noon to 34 ladies. The quilts were finished by several ladies returning in the evening:to complete the work. . 20%, 22%. 24%. Sizes 16% takes 3% yards 39-inch fabric^ 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 each pattern for lst : class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care The Evening Times, 42, Pattern Department, 243 West 17th Street, New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS ivitli ZONE. SIZE.and STYLE NUMBER. Romiiey Bank Installs New Depository ROMNEY —The First National Bank cf Romney is installing a day and night depository for the. convenience of depositors. The depository, built by Mosler iheir^hieM wiperHecently' ^ Company, will be ta option posits to be made at any time without going into the bank. This is the second depository of .its type to be installed in Romney, the Bank of Romney having installed an after hours depository some time ago. The depositories are convenient for merchants, fruit growers and others who find themselves with considerable sums of money, on hand after regular banking hours and need a safe place to .keep it until the next day or wish to de-! posit it without waiting for the banks to open the next morning. Attended Funeral PIEDMONT — Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Smith, Ashfield Street,! attended the recent funeral serv-j ices of her brother-in-law, Robert Abernathy, in Philadelphia. ' Autumn Atmosphere To Feature Annual College 'Harvest Siving 9 First time violators are permit ted to put a quarter in a specia box placed in front of a post office instead of the''usual SI fine, • i brought before Mayor P. W Clarke. Violators of the parking ordin ance at the.meters are not taggec Saturday night as the plates spec! fying rules .have not arrived. ..A total of 36"ne\v meters were in stalled -last week. Mayor Clarke emphasized tha no exceptions would be made to present parking ordinances. FTA Members Plan To Attend StateMeeting MT. SAVAGE-Eight Mt. Savage Future Teachers .of America wil attend the annual convention of the Maryland Association of Future Teachers of America tomorrow a Bladensburg High School in Prince Georges County near Washington. Students attending are William Martin, Kenneth Taylor, Neil Jen kins, Barbara Robinette, Shelbv Miller, Carol Lashbaugh, Caro Geary and Darrell Harden. Facult\ sponsors making the trip include Mrs. Richard Rizer, and Mrs. Jack Snyder. Students attending the conven tion left at noon today. Overnighl accommodations will' be arrangec free of charge. Oh the agenda will be a traditional football game, a bus tour of Washington and Bladensburg and a movie, "Mike Makes His Mark." , . • -DANCED November 11, 9-1:00 At The Clary Club Mutic by th« Aristocrat! Ticket! may b* purchated front • Any Band M«mb«r .. •• .Bob- Hohing'i • Dean'* Jewelry • Or at th« door . BENEFIT BEALL HIGH BAND Thii ad courttiy Bob Hehing If you'd like 2 PALACE passes and a box of Russell Stover candy from FORD'S Frostburg Store, write us, Box 23, Frostburg telling us when Armistice Day was declared a holiday and by whom. Winner to be 'drawn. Birthday cake winners: Linda. Jean Martin, Aft. Savage & Kathryn McPartland, Lonaconing. Candy winner: Mrs. Mdxine Murphy, Westernport. & :'';. ... * * .*• *.,.•• Planning any-Thanksgiving festivities? Now is the time to have those clothes cleaned by the D & S CLEANERS. Call 303. ***•*. You folks in the Frostburg area who like good, rich milk for your family, phone HO-3-5764, DASHIELL DAIRY, INC., and have "Frosty" deliver milk to your door. ... '••• ... * * *' * The GIFT SHOP'S window is featuring Shelley English bone china and Royal Chelsea bone china. See the place setting of the new Rambler Rose pattern. A lovely gift for some lucky person. *'-*-** Did you .see those Duralon curtains in WEHLER'S? Only $1.98 and up. They also have fibre glass, dacron, and nylon ones. '.'-.- *,***•••': Folks, here's a grand bargain! The FROSTBURG BAKERY is offering a $1.59 bread box and a loaf of bread for only 89c . . .while they last. Have Ann show you one, '•••**** . See PRICHARD'S large selection of toys (approved & recommended by Toy Guidance Council—free illustrated booklets). Lay away, buy on easy pay budget plan or 60 day charge account. .-**** For cold weather, LAYMAN'S have a complete line of wood and aluminum storm doors at attractive prices to fit your wallet. ' . -.. ****•.-• Tests prove Amoco gas gives the best mileage. Get yours from • Bob at ELLIS SERVICE STATION, Westernport. ****.,.. So many people were disappointed last year that DOLORES TRULY .wants you all to know she's taking orders now for Christmas candy. Call 910-J right away. Don't be left out. * * * * Watch one of the big Thanksgiving "turkey day" football games on a Philco T-V from the FROSTBURG APPLIANCE CENTER. - * * * * • . ; . WAGNER'S DRUG STORE. Westernport, is featuring a complete line of insulin, hypodermic syringes, and needles, for diabetic, patients. Let them help you with your special case. ***.*.'. .Stop in and let Phyliss in ELLIS CONFECTIONERY fix you a delicious hot chocolate with a Lance cookie. She's tops. * * * * You can always find the right table or lamp to fit any decorating scheme at HAFER'S. Both modern and traditional styles. ' * * * * For Thanksgiving, JO-LE-KAY MARKET is offering tangy sweet cider for fruit cakes, canned pumpkin 2 for 29c, and good old rum flavored mincemeat. Better slop in before he's sold out. * * * * Call 390 today, girls, for your holiday permanent. Please call early so PAT'S BEAUTY SALON will be able to take care of you. * * * * The FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK, sayj,, "The individual or family with * healthy savings account can choose the path of its future," . ,. : ";': '.. ;.;• ,'h * . * it ...... When you want a careful cleaning job .dqne, let Porky in CITY CLEANERS. Piedmont, do it for you. Just call 7811. . ..'•••-**•** Whatever your insurance need, consult JAMES PARK. INSURANCE, Lonaconing first. Just phone him at 110-3-5131. .'•.•** * * • . R. E. KIMMEL PHARMACY. Piedmont, offers cold rcm«dies: Cheresote cough syrup, lacalive cold capsules. Rexall cold kits, and SCO aspirin tablet* for just $1.19. Stock up now. *..•*.*•* HOSKEN'S lay-away idea tor Christmas this we«k is Samsonite luggage. Assortment of sizes and colors. 115. It up, plus tax. if if * * KAYC A HAS KEYSER —Autumn atmosphere, crisp'air and the excitement of Thanksgiving festivities will be highlighted at the Theta-Gamma "Harvest Swing" November 19 in the auditorium of Potomac State College from 9 to midnight. "Autumn Leaves" will be the theme of the annual affair; and the two groups plan to change the auditorium into an autumn wonderland. The theme will be carried out in decorations which will feature the fall season. the first co-sponsored by Gre«k letter groups. Committees which have already been appointed are as foUows: orchestra: Fred Pfeifer, Thomas , Lowry and James 'Richmond; theme: Jerry Marsh, Lowry and Pfeifer. Other committees will be "_ appointed. Bake Sale Planned McCOOLE—The Goodwill Club of McCoole Church will conduct .a bake sale at Murphy's -Store on tomorrow "Music will ~be "furnished by the Main Street, Keyser Aristocrats, a seven-piece or-from 9 a.m. to noon. Members are chestra asked to have their; donation of . The dance will mark the secondlfood ready at 9 a.m. and it will semi-formal affair of the year, and'be picked up at their home. The average trumpeter swanj weighs'30 pounds, has ah eight- foot wingspread and flies close to the ground. JO-LE-KAY MARKET E. Moin at Grant Phone 733 In time for Christmas—Ask for cards—Repeat on Silver Sets . . . $22.50 Service for 6 . ; . $5:94 Pork Chops 49c (Leah Meaty) Pudding b 45c (Homemade) FRESH MEATS FROZEN FOODS Bananas 2 ">• 29e Goldtn Rip* Grapefruit 3 < 29c Juicy, Se*dl*ff' • • Frtih Country J Eggs 3 J $115 FROSTBURG ONLY! ,T SAVES YOU $20.50 " f HIS MODERN SAVES •"-.;;:.. k HANDSOME LOUNGE PROSTIURG STORE OHLY!

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