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I IIOSTHI l«. - KE YSER ? And Tri-State Area News (6) Evening Times, Monday, November 14, 1955 Methodist Missionary Plans Series Of Talks In Region •"'' KEYSER — Rev. John B. Cobb, the first Methodist missionary and "one of the first Protestant mission : 'aries to return to Japan after 'World War II, will speak at Terra Alta today; Piedmont, tomorrow; -Romney, Wednesday; Parsons, Thursday, and Petersburg, Friday. - : The talks will be made at services •'at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. each day., '"The services at Piedmont will be at Trinity Methodist Church during .the annual sub-district rally of the ..Moorefield Institute. "^ The sessions will be .held under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Vernon .C.urright, Moorefield, district superintendent, and Rev. Allan Parrish, missionary secretary and pastor of the Burlington charge. A cafeteria supper will be served following the opening session. f Rev. Mr. Cobb, whose home is in Atlanta, returned to this country- for a year's furlough after spending five years as an evangelist, educator and administrator in Kobe. He plans to resume mission service in Japan next year. A native of Macon, Ga., and'a high school principal before he be- .came a .missionary in 1918, Rev. Mr. Cobb spent 23 years in Japan befpre the outbreak of World War il. ' In 1946, he was appointed a member of the Commission of Six, sent by the International Mission- -ary Council to Japan to survey the needs of the.country and of the United Church of Christ in Japan. The report of the ';: commission formed the basis of subsequent relief arid other aid. from American REV. JOHN B: ; COBB \foose Chapter Votes Donation; Schedules Visit FROSTBURG — Frostburg Chap- ,er 221, Women of the Moose, met recent evening at the Moose tone. ' •' '•-•..' .• -. The chapter approved a donation :p the program for. the Beall- LaSalle fooball game Thanksgiving Day.--/- ••-••; ' .:.. .;.•;"•-•.-:.'•• yMary ^Nicht^ reported on the meeting held in Baltimore October ' '" '' ' r" Since completing his- duties with the., commission,;: Rev; ; Mr. Cobb' has.done 1 :administrative, evangelistic and educational work in Kobe, has, been -Methodist' representative on the Council of Cooperation with the United Church. in • Japan ,and member of the field committee of the Interboafd committee for Christian work in Japan. . •.He..will be a missionary representative from Japan to 'the General Conference -of the Methodist Church at Minneapolis" next year 1 prior to returning to Japan. Meeting To Map iReorganizing Of JCliurcn League ^ PIEDMONT — A meeting to {consider reorganizing the . Tri|Towns Church Basketball League Avill be "held today at 7 p.'m. at rPiedmont High School. ; :• The meeting 1 has been called by 3ohn E. Grindle. The. league, dis- [banded last year because suffi- • tient jnterest was not shown, Grin"die said. • '""•Letters have been mailed to all 't>( the churches to sponsor teams in She past, and other churches are ijvelcome to join the circuit; Grin- "dle announced. Any person inter- Tested -in the formation of the •league,may attend. Efficient Feeding IS NOT LUCK! • W* Hav« A Dcflniti Program Poultry .onrf livtiteck ;;'•'• •-•'-""! r "-\ Rocco Feeds of West Virginia, Inc. Moorefi«ld, W. Va. Phont 85-181 rl ,1 I -I ,.i :..i ,i WHY Legion Group Sets District VTeet Reports WESTERNPORT — Reports of he recent -district meeting of American Legion Auxiliary units t Frostburg were given at a re- ent meeting of Victory Unit 155 y Mis. Owen Rhodes and Mrs. largaret Harris. The unit was honored at the dis- lict meeting bv receiving certifi- ates for outstanding work. The district project for the year s "Friends Aware," Mrs. Rhodes nd Mrs. Harris reported. The nit approved a donation of $25 for group and also donated $15 for he Christmas Gift project to be ent to Perry Point and Fort Howrd Veteran hospitals. A Christmas party will feature is, December meeting, It will in- lude a^coyered dish supper and xchange of jingle-gifts. Mrs". Lulu Fazenbaker is arranging.a musical irograrii for the meeting. 30., the group accepted an invitation o visit the Piedmont chapter Sun- iay, November 20, and all mem- iers desiring to make the trip are o contact Mary Ruffo, senior re- ;eht, by phone. "~; v " Refreshments were served by ;he library-committee; ' : Brief Mention • Mrs. Joseph Sahgiovanni and daughter^ of Cumberland; Mrs. .eonard Robertson and daughter, 149 ' Spring Street; Mrs. Cecil Swauger and daughter, RD 2; Mrs. 3 ercy Scott and son, Vale Summit; Mrs. Ralph Bonner and daughter, Hyndman; Mrs. Lawrence Layton and daughter, RD 2; Mrs. Benjamin Hill and daughter, Baltimore; Mrs. Reece Ming and son, Midlothian; Mrs. Dale Lichty and daughter, ,90 Main Street; Mrs John Stewart and daughter, East Main Street; Mrs. Joseph Brandenburg' and son, Cumberland; VIrs. Luther.Knr.ns. and son, Eck- lart, and Mrs. Charles Bean and daughter, RD 2, have returned to their homes from Miners Hospital. .William -Dove a n.d 'Richard Harris,' students at'Fairmont (W. Va.) State College, 1 were home for ;he weekend; Mrs. Urias Rbwe is convalescing at her home, 148 Ormond Street, following' surgery at Miners Hos- rri-Towns Area ?o6d Collection Termed Success WESTERNPORT — The nori-per- shable food collection conducted aturday by Boy and Girl scouts of the. United Organization was ermed most successful by Alton I. Fortney, Tri-Towns District cout official, who was in charge. Twelve .troops took part in the iouse-to-house solicitation in the 'ri-Towns, Beryl, Bloomington and 'ranklin. The; group gathered ,000 cans and boxes of foodstuff. Vine automobiles and two trucks were used for three hours to corn- pilal. I Miss Frances Grimes returned to Washington after visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harden, 1 Welst Street. The Braddock Playground Association will sponsor a skating party Saturday at'7:30 p.m., in the Mt. City Roller Rink. Tickets may be purchased from any auxiliary member or at the door. Frederick Snelson, president, said proceeds will be used for playground improvements next year. Francis Rafferty, 35 Mill Street; Mrs.\ Sophia Folk, RD 2; George Shearer, Midland; Harry Tippen, Shaft; Mrs. Helen Black, Everett, Pa., and Roy Winebrcnner, RD 2, are medical patients in Miners Hospital. Shirley Winner, 223 East Main Street, is a surgical patient in Min ers Hospital. Sharon Sagal, Eckhart; Law rence ' Minnick, • RD 2; Mildred Minnick, Frost Avenue; Oren Wil son Jr., Mt. Savage; Harry Wes low, Depot Hill: Alexander Rbwe 82 Bowery Street, and Jame; Smith, Mt. Savage, have returnei to their homes after being patients in Miners Hospital.. The earth revolves around the sun at a speed of 18.5 miles pe second on its 93,000,000-mile orbit lete the task. The Luke and Piedmont Girl icout Senior troops sorted and tacked the donations at the or- ;anization warehouse on Second street, Piedmont. Parachute Jump Vlade At Keyser KEYSER —The parachute jump by Ray Coffman, Keyser businessman and former Army para- .rooper, which was to have been made in conjunction with the Keys- ir Trade Fair Friday and Saturday, . was made yesterday after jad weather cancelled the publicity stunt during the two-day affair. Several hundred spectators witnessed the jump, which was timec so that Coffman landed on the Peyser Airport. A strong wind was jlowing, and observers said Cbff man timed his "free fall'.' per- 'ectly. The jump was made from approximately 5,000 feet from a light airplane operated- by John Harman, manager of the local C&P Telephone Company office. 4-H Club To field Achievement Event < LONACONING '- Miss Justine Miller, assistant county demon stration agent, will attend the Junior 4-H Girls Club meeting ;omorrow at 7 p.m. at the V.F.W Home. The. girls will have on display articles they made during the year. Refreshments will be served Vacations In Florida PIEDMONVDr. Paul R. Wil son, Ashfield Street, is spending a vacation at Leesburg, Fla. Night Mining Farewe11 part ? Classes Set FROSTBURC — The night mining classes.sponsored by the Maryland Bureau 'of Mines will begin this week at Kitzmillerjand Frost burg under the direction of Thomas B. Powell, state mine inspector at-large. Fetes Girl Scout M KEYSER — A surprise farewell party -was held Saturday evening by Rhododendron Girl Scout Troop 1 for Carol Jennings, at the home of Peggy Gates. Carol is leaving to make her home in Washington. The group presented her with ^ a friendship ring. . ; •• Games were played and refresh- Kitzmiller classes will begin to-ments served. Those attending in- morrow at 7 p. rii.,.a'nd the local eluded Sidney Sylvester, Marble class at Frostburg State Teachers iNicols. Camillus Mason. Sus Cry- ollege, Friday at ? p. m. isendorf, Molly Romig, Ar Subjects to be taught -will be Zinn, Sandra Hamilton, Daryl ---••• Prysock, Mrs. George Gates, Dorjis Ann Prysock, and Mrs. Ross W. Prysock, leader. ^ map reading, ventilation, mine ases, coursing of air, arcs and Darks, electricity, grounding, lack [ oxygen, "permissible explosives, ermissible equipment, drainage nd transportation. I The. purpose of the.school is to rairi .the enrollees to become' cer- fied mine, foremen, .assistant fore- | men and personnel. ,uke PTA Holds Tea To Mark Observance LUKE—In observance of Amer- ca'n Education Week, the Luke 'arent-Teacher.Association held a ea a recent 'afternoon in the chool auditorium. Mrs. John ,uke and- Mrs. Edith McCombs oured. : ' , Representatives from Hammond Itreet. School, Westernport, and 'ri-Tovtos Kindergarten, Luke, at- ended. : : . - TRADE FAIR BOOTH—.Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, operated a booth at thte Potomac' Trade Fair last Friday and Saturday-at Keyser. High School. The hospital staffed: the booth- : with technicians to enable residents of the area to- have their blood typed. A large number of those who patronized the Fair took advantage of the - opportunity. Mrs. Robert L. Fisher is 'shown as. Mrs. Mary W. Sylvester conducted the typing procedure. Proceeds' from the annual Fair, sponsored; by ; Keyser Lodge 1916, Elks, will; be used to furnish the needy children: of - the Keyser area with Christmas' treats. The fair , was, said' to be one of the most successful held. 'or Sale: Walker Fox Hound Pups, male and female.. Phone 1113-M, 'rostburg. . \dv.-Nbv. 14-N-T Annual junior Fair Planned Friday At Piedmont School ^PIEDMONT—Miss Barbara Harr will reign as queen of the Piedmont High School Junior Fair Fri- ay evening. Edward Orndorff will )e her escort. Chosen as repre- entative of the junior class was Araie Drane, and Joseph Niland named to-represent the sophomore class. Representatives of area 'schools ivho ,will participate include Jeanne Paugh and Glen Tephabock, Elk Garden; Frances Crowe and Charlon Ahearn,' St. Peter's, Westernport; Barbara Brant and Robert Roller, Fort Ashby; Joanna Weaver and Michael Zollner, .Ridgeley; Eva , Louise Right and Robert Sertz, Bruce; Patricia Healey and John Lupis, Potomac State College, and Patricia Doll and Richard Kephart, Keyser High. Coronation ceremonies will be conducted at 8-p. m. with Vernon A. Staggers, principal, presiding. Elrose Tibbetts, last year's queen, will present her .successor a bouquet of roses. Following the' coronation a pageant will be presented by pupils of .he elementary school on, the .heme, "United Nations." "The Spirit of "the United Na- loris" will be. portrayed by Mary Ann McDonald. Other participants will be John Niland and Pat Green, buglers; Penny Baker, crown bear- :r; Carrie Lynn Green, Janie Ashenfelter, Deborah . Wilson, Charles Grove, Frederick Hokamp and Richard Sarfino, attendants, and Judy and David Walker dancers. Dances will be presented by Eckhart PTA To Meet ECKHART — The PTA of th Eckhart School will meet tomorrow at 7:30-p. m. at the school. students of Piedmont Elementary School. They will include: Swedish dance, Victoria Mitter Daniel Foster, Stephanie See Scott Dawson, Deborah Dick Gregory Hill, Beverly Brown Daniel Weasenfprth, Rebecca Ma jor, Iva Wilt, Richard Ross, Louise Twyman, David Holmes. English dance, Cheryl Kloster man, Lonnie White,- Kathleen Smith, Robert Brown, Charlotte liley, George Dick, Carolyn John- ion, Richard Shaw, Diane Allen, Dlarence Twyman, Sheila Washing;on, William Redman, Judy -Folk, Dennis 1 ; Ravenscroft, Sylvia Brooks, Richard Green, Kay Cblem'an, Terrence Redman, Gloria Galloway, James Ross, Marlene Green, James S p i k e r, Shirley White, Holmes Chapman', . Kay Eisler, William Ashenfelter, Linda Tre- num and Ronald Cummings. Russian dance, Linda -Johnson, Jary Hardegan, Carol Ann Poland, Linda Dunnivan, John Drane, Sara Baker,- v Greg Sarfino, Judy Walker, William ' Stafford, Thomas Wilt, Margaret See, Harold Robertson, Katheryrie Ford, Thomas Field, Judy , Folk', Elizabeth Hqkamp, Fred.-. Brown, . Sandra McNemar, Michael • Ahlfeld, Richard Carey, Nancy Smith, Richard Ward, Cathryn Right and Charles Matthews. Mexican r darice, Shelby Jessie', Gloria Jean : Taylor, Donald Ray Jessie,: William . Redman; :Chris- ;iana Clay, James Major, Linda Diggs, John Sa'unders, Colleen Price, Charles. Washington,-Donna Lynn Price, Reginald Fisher, Audrey Price, Darnell Allen. Polka, Michaele Atilfeld, Richard Carey, Linda Jotinson, Gary Hardegan; waltz, Linda Brown and Russell Poland; Danish dance, Karen Wills, Raymond Stevenson, Linda Brown, David Walker, Janice Butler, Steven Tranum, Carolyn Harshbarger, David Harr, Dianne White, Kenneth White, Janet Houser, James Shaver, Darlene Riley, John Smith,, Jean Shook, Alvin Coleman, Nancy Smith, James Greco, Constance Paxton, Richarc Wolverton, Audrey Taylor, Stewari Twyman, Amanda Price, Douglas Twyman, Vicki Strickler, Clyde Grady: Schottische,,Harry Drane, Dorothy Sarfino, Carl Rice, Betty Sarfino, Ray Eisler, Christa Lambert^ 'atty: Heller, Paul Gates, Patty Coleman,. Richard:-• Washington, iondra Hill,- Rachel Arnoriiso )onna Jean Hill, ^Virginia Lee. Square dance;' Carol Johnson, Averetta Gilmore, Frances Scott 'oria Redman, - Eugene -..Taylor 'ictor'Clay, Randolph Scott arid teith Russell. ; . : For Sale: Girl's coat, contrasting snow slacks, size- 8. Phone Frostburg 382, 92 West Mechanic Street. 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