Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 11
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FKUSTB UR<; And Tri Slate Area News (11) Evening Times, Friday, November (11) 1955 Keyser Church To Conduct 'Preaching'Mission 9 Series sion" KEYSER — A "preaching mis-» will be held in First Metho- •Jist-Church during the week of (Itovember 20-26. Dr. Vernon C. Cutright, Modre-j lield. district superintendent, will preach Sunday at the 'll a. m. service, inaugurating spiritual enrichment WestVirginia Quail, Rabbit Season Opens ROMNEY — The hunting season for quail and.rabbit opened today and will run until January 7, 1956. The daily limit on quail is seven and the season limit 35. The limits on rabbit are four per day and 24 for the season. In addition to quail and rabbit, it is legal to kill turkey and squirrel until November 26 and ruffed grouse until January 7. The seasons on migratory bird and water fowl are set by the Federal government and the regula- ROMNEY—The final polio in-jtions for West Virginia" are as fol- Pupils Given Vaccine series ofioculaticn clinic for the adminis- devotions Hration.of the second round of polio lows: eight Woodcock, per season, .evB F WrMit assistant min i vaccme in J ectlons «> scno01 cnu-November .23; n f ;t'^ ^ n , ^u' u" dren has been completed at the eight per day and ;ster of Piedmont anility Church, JHealth.Department offices in the 15 to November 18; ..ill preach at the Sunday eve'ning'Court House Annex. service beginning at 7:30. I On hundred and 52 children were The Mission .vill continue each!given their second injection by evening witlra'-song period- and -aJDrs. Leslie R; Miles Jr., and J..D. .,uest preacher : with the following!Brown; . , • schedule: , i Last spring 448 children in the Monday—Rev: J. T. .. Tisdale.j first and second grades of Hamp- Janes Methodist Church, Keyser,; with music by the Janes' Church Choir;' Tuesday—Rev. shire County schools received the initial injections of Salk vaccine furnished-- : bythe National Founda- Methodist Lawrence Methodist Church; Wednesday—jclinies held.in the^Romney Grade Sherwood,- Petersburg tion for Infantile Paralysis at Rev. A. L. Harmon, -Fort Ashby Methodist ; Church;" Thursday—R'ey; S. A.-F. Wagner; Grace Methodist Church, Keyser, and "Friday—Rev. L. E. Crowson, trinity Methodist Church, Piedmont. . - • The services are sponsored by the Commission on Membership and Evangelism of the * First School. During'the. summer, 117-of shells in the gun at one time. these children' received their- second .shot at a special clinic. .Of the original.448, 269 or.65 per cent have now received their immunizing injection. The remaining 35 per cent who received only the initial injection are not considered as having been immunized until Church, and will-be under direction'two weeks after they have had. a of Rbv. : Charles' W; Paskel, pastor, second injection as the first one ' only has the., effect of, preparing the body for...the second shot, the Woman's £uild;Holds Meet At Granlsviile . GRANTSVT£LE.r^-.The .Woman's Guild of Grahtsville Evangelical and Relormedy.Ghurch-.met 'recent- : ly with .Mrs. .:.i).oriald^Swauger in charge.. • .'rw-i'-'yv' vV -^V' : :'•••'. ' .•••• Mesdanies : T5lpyd"' Durst;' Sidney Setzer,; John, 1 ;"Durst •' .-and." Harry" Murray, .we're 1 , hostesses;-. The December meeting will be T> 11171 - . TTTA held at the church. Gifts may be: Bca11 Elementary PTA brought for:the..-Orphans- ; and OldiPIans Meeting Monday Folks Hornet-VViVl.'- - : "'.' "' .•••••• -No more'of the- vaccine furnished "by the. National Foundation will be available :for clinics such as the one just completed. Those chil dr.en who have, not received their second,ysbot >nd the booster 'shot's for all the? children' will have to be secured from family physicians to whom commercial supplies of Salk vaccine, are "now available. four per day, October 15 to mourning dove, season, October ducks, four per day, eight per season and geese, two per day, four per season, October 29 to January 6. Hunters are allowed to kill one wood duck per day and two for the season.. Persons hunting migratory birds or water fowl must have in their possession a duck stamp available at local post offices, and repeating type shotguns must have magazines plugged so that' it is not possible to load more than three W. Va. Counties Report Raccoon Limit Doubled Minstrel Slated AtMoorefield MOOREFIELD—Rehearsals are being held for the minstrel show to be held November 25 and 26. sponsored by the Band Boosters. Funds from the show will be used to purchase new uniforms for the Moorefield High School Band. .^.,... The show will be held at the Firemen's Hall. Included in the cast._ V . are veteran minstrel men in this The .- : Conservation Commission has announced that the daily -and season -'bag -limits.. on -raccoons taken by hunting have been increased to four per day. for any one person or group hunting together and twenty for the season. There are no bag limits on raccoons taken by trapping. Pnon&Company ... V'l •>• ••.,-;<•-; •'':.-**• : '•.'•.".. 'SFiinds Assured By mi Office* Sales & Service Fbg. Auto Co. PHONE 350 351 ;- '."'••' -** i. ~*5 "The House of Courtesy" FROSTBURG — The Beall Elementary School PTA will meel Monday. Class room visitation wiL be held at 7:15 p. m. and the regular meeting will begin at 7:45 with Mrs. Mary Settle presiding. Dr.-* Hilda : .v Walters, Frostburg pbysicia'ri,...,will "speak on "Heart." A film'will be shown on rheumatic fever. Lucius Harper will be guest soloist. Refreshments will be served by Miss Ann ."Thomas, hospitality committe'e. and the fifth and sixth grade homeroom mothers. Aluminum first was isolated in 1838. PHILCO , .: = ' :' ' • .~,:^ . .-^ • / ^ "^«,:;, Frosttarg's best performing.,, .Check with us before you buy ';*"•. if- .-. ' '. : f\ .'.'*. * PHIICO 41i? c> Luxurious Mahogany Finish -CONSOLE- TOP TOUCH TUNING ' . ' '' . ''•->•" ' •."«?•• ' -. *...... -. • Just a touch on the top of the set turns it on, -..''•' • "• -• • l •' "•-'•. ' •'••;•' changes stations automatically or turns it off. Free'Trip), Any where in tri-State Area. No Charge.'for'Service During Warranty Period. We Service AH Makes of TV Receivers Frostburg Appliance Center €5 E. Main ft. Phon* €0 Fro«tbirf MOOREEIELD — ,The final closing-papers executing the; mortgage to the Rural Electrification Administration from'the Hardy Telephone Company'-have been completed. , .Money and funds from.'the RE A will be released within the next 30 or 40 days when insurance- and workmen's .compensation ^requirements are. met. The contract for the construction of the lines will be let within the next 60 to 90 days and actual construction will begin in the spring, j All the requirements for building a county-wide' telephone system iave.; •beerf. met and the system' AREA GI COMMENDED—Army Master Sgt. Eugene C. Johnson .(right), son of -Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Johnson, 301 Chestnut Street, Parsons, receives congratulations and a letter of commendation from Col. Julian Lindsey, post commander, at Fort Meade. Sgt. Johnson was commended for winning second place in a recent essay contest sponsored by the post newspaper. He is the chief clerk of the personnel branch at Second Army Headquarters at Meade. His wife. Elizabeth, lives in LaiireL . Huiitiiigton Woman Slated : j v • . "'••'... . - *< For Trinity Church Event v - , • • • . • • ' ROMNEY — Raccoons are so plentiful in West Virginia's East- ! " —- . ern Panhandle that they are des-i°P ened throughout the state Nov-jarea and new acts will be mtro-^.-: troying crops, according to reports ember l ' iduced received by the State Conservation Commission. As a result the commission at a meeting in Charleston recently voted to double the bag limit in eight counties. Previously the limit had been two a day and 10 a season and; this will be changed to four a day; and 20 a season, the commission; said. The bag limit for raccoon! trappers also was removed. ! The counties in which the new \ regulation will be in effect are' Berkeley. Grant, Hardy, Hampshire. Jefferson, Mineral. Morgan and Pendleton. The raccoon season! FUR • MODERN AND TRADITIONAL FURNITURE . . . LAMPS * RADIOS . . . TELEVISION . ., « APPLIANCES . . . BEDDING . .'•'"' . SPACl HEATERS . . . KITCHEN: * CABINETS AND SINKS . . .•- 0 FLOOR COVERINGS 25 EAST MAIN STREET . . • FROSTBURG TELEPHONE «5 *-*^VA-^V^LA^tLA^^t*AA*^^ Frostburg and Keyser PIEDMONT—Mrs..Robert Shep-» herd, Huntington, will be guest soloist at the Sunday morning service of Trinity Methodist Church here, according to Rev. L. E. Crowson. pastor. Mrs. Shepherd is a mezzo soprano, singing under, the professional name''of Jane Hobson. She sings .. under sponsorship .of the Columbia Community Concerts and. Jier current season, will in- clude'appearances in-12-states. She will appear in -a concert at Keyser Monday night - ., : ...•• : . , Mrs. Shepherd is a member of Emanuel Methodist '•' -Choir at Huntington. She .will spend.the weekend at the parsonage . with Rev. and Mrs. Crowson in "Westernport. The Bruce High School, Hi-Y and Tri-Hi Clubs of Westernport will attend the morning worship service at Trinity. Me.thodist Church Sunday at 10:45 a. m. The Helen Gold Bible Class of the Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Grant, ISO East- Piedmont Street, Keyser, should be'-in operation next-summer or. early fall.' ••.-:" '.-.,. '-.-•. ,, . _ , . a \° { the1 , P [ es \ y f,"^ Youth Fellowship will be held at First Presbyterian Church in Wins Sodality Plans Glmstiiias Party MT; sAVAGE-The Sodality of the Blessed' Virgin Mary .oC St. Patrick's .Church met recently in the'music room of the school. Mrs. Catherine. Mulligan presided and led the gr'oUi; in prayer. : , Plans \vjere4made for: the'Christ- mas partjrtfor .the school • children and the following committee 'Was appointed;-1C''" ' . : '' ; : : ^ :; llrs: ! George Deffenbaugh, chairman;-Mrs. Beatrice Nolan, Mrs. Mary Alice Windemuth, Mrs. Jane Mulligan, Mrs. Rose. Marie Kil- duffi. Mrs.":Ahn Mary Beaver. .Mrs. Evelyn Crowe, and Mrs'; Catherine Mulligan. • At the November meeting, final plans for the Christmas party will be madei Chester, Va., 10:30 a. m. tomorrow a t Eastern Star Chapter Will Meet Tuesday MT. SAVAGE— Rebecca Arnold Chapter 57, .OES, will hold a business meeting Tuesday at 8 .p. m. in : the Junior. Order ' Child Study Unit Slated To Hear Consultant Talk MT. SAVAGE—Dr. Gerthon Morgan, consultant of the. Child Study Institute of the University of Maryland, .will'-meet Thursday ' from 7 to 8 a.m. with third vear leaders the Mt. enrolled and local members of Savage faculty who are in the third year group. A country style breakfast will be .[ served in the .Home rooms of Mt. Savage the host group for the speaker, supervisory staff and visiting third year leaders. Alfred Benna, principal, is leader for the Mt. Savage group con- Economics School by B'- Jind presiding^ '.HC^X^'v';'.' ^' " 'v • -' Margaret Crowe,, deputy .grand lecturer will: make' her final official visit :for the year. Refreshments will be served by ..Mary Best and her committee.' '" '"•' VHS Boosters To Meet LONACONING - 'Valley High School Boosters' Club will meet! Wednesday at the school to further j plans to support all activities ofj .he school. " j For Rent 2 room furnished! apartment;-'- S/'roomViin'furnished. Call 377-J 4 to 9 p. m. -Adv. Nov. T-ll N-12 -— EXPERT Watch - Jewelry — REPAIR Dean's Jewelry Gunter Hotel Bldg. PHONE 563 Fbg. Store Hours Saturday 9 'til 9 Mothers... Our Selection Is Now At It's Peak! sisting of Misses Kathleen Dermitt, Mary Witte. Edith Rizer, Madeline Gainer and Messrs. Joseph Carter, Gainer and Thomas Lewis. and Coat Sets 100% ALL WOOL Forty square miles cling to Washington's Rainier — largest glacier system in the U.S. Aluminum Storm Doors '38,95 . 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