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FROSTBrRG-KEYSER ,„• And Tri»§tate Area News (10) Evening Times, Tuesday, November 15, 1955. Gkristmas Fair To Be Held By Frostburg Presbyterians Jones Speaker At Young GOP Meet Tonight KEYSER—Cleo S. Jones, "president of the Young Republican League of West Virginia, will speak at 6:30 p. m. today at the organizational dinner-meeting of the Mineral County Young Republicans in the second floor dining room of FROSTBURG — Members of First Presbyterian Church are making arrangements for the an nual. Christmas Fair to be hek Friday and Saturday, December 2 and 3, in the church annex. Mrs. Walter Anthony and Mrs Francis Richardson, co-chairmen of the fair, stated that members of all committees report they wil have many useful,and attractive gifts on display in their colorful booths. Proceeds of the fair will be turned over to the church building fund. Every effort is being made to assure the success of the affair. Rosemont Restaurant, Armstrongi other chairmen follow: bakery, •Street. ; , Prior to his election to the execa tive post of the State Young Repub lic'an club, Jones held a position as? director of the league and is presently a member of- the state finaiice committee. He is an alum- mis Jbf West Virginia University, practicing attorney and member oLtte legal department of the City of'Charleston^ If fie speaker will discuss "What the iRepublican Party Must Do to Win;)n West Virginia." . Officers will also be elected by the 'Mineral County Young Republican' Club at the dinner meeting. Nominations have been completed by- :a committee^ However, ad- ditional'nominations may be made frdm the floor. ; Persons planning to attend are advised to contact James A. Dixon, Circuit Court "clerk in the'Court House for. tickets,.or the.Keyser 'Office Supply Shop. Tickets may 6e[ purchased, at the. Rosemont Restaurant tonight. ; Brief Mention : Mr. and Mrs. Francis J- ; Crocket, .North Main'Street, left Friday for a vacation that will be divided between Norfolk, 'Washington, Baltimore and Florida. Crockett .is superintendent • of the B&O car shops' here. ''."."• Mrs;-':D. F. Ransdale left Satur- dayi/for. her home in Excelsior, Mo\,: after being a.house guest of Mrs. J- N. Kelley and daughter, Geprgiana; South Main Street, for the' past four weeks. While here, Mrs. Ransdale visited friends and relatives : in Romney, •• Moorefield, Ridgeley and Purgittsville. : Keyser Guard J •' ' ' . ' -•'.:-. : ._ Enlistment Up KEYSER,— Battery C. 201st Armored-Field Artillery, Keyser unit of 'the West Virginia National Guard, enrolled several recruits recently. . . . : One of the veterans of the;bat- l.'tery, M Sgt. A. J. 'Roberts, 118 Spring Street, is re-entering the U. S. Army through National Guard channels, and has been ordered to Fort Jackson, S. C. for processing and reassignment. Promotions have been made in the battery-as'follows: Pfc. Charles E. Raveriscroft and Pf. Jack R. Holderby, to corporal, and Pri vates Zane M.-Northcraft, William R. Ravenscroft, Thomas E. Van Pelt and Jacb R. Treutle, to privates first class. Cpl. Lester R. Heavner has been transferred from the Army Reserve to ths Moorefield Detachment of Battery C, and Eugene L. Kuykendall, Petersburg, has enlisted in the Moorefield National Guard. The following enlistments received in the Keyser unit are: David L. Steiding,. Piedmont, senior classman at Piedmont High School and basketball player at Potomac State College; Paul D. Goetz, Keyser; Robert VanPelt, McMullen Highway, student at Bruce High School; Jerry Christian, McMullen Highway, student at Bruce High School; Conrad S. Japp, Moorefield, signed to Keyser unit, and William K. Schmitt, Mesa, Arizona, now a resident of Stoney Run, Keyser. Mrs. William Thomas and Mrs! Abraham Park; candy shop, Mrs. Jenny Rephan and Miss Ruth Engle; surprise package booth, Miss Jane Grindel and Mrs. Elaine . letts; Christmas flft shoppe, Mrs. Joann King and Miss Helen Park; white elephants, Mrs. Walter Kline and Mrs. Timothy Fuller. Aprons and fancy work, Miss Ruth Hanson and Mrs. Eleanor Cooper; toy and book shop, Ellsworth Filer and Kenneth Truly; !ish pond, Mrs. Orville Jackson; dart board game, Earl Richardson; refreshment kitchen, Walter Anthony and Al Ganyu; movies, Donald. Bell, and lighting, Ralph Race. "•.'-.' Brief Mention:: The annual turkey dinner sponsored by. the John Wesley Methodist Church -of-Frostburg will be held tomorrow from 5 to 8 p. m. in he fire : hall. Tickets may be secured at the door. The Eckhart Square Circle Aux- liary will meet in the club .room omorrow at 7:30 p. m. with Sachel Muir presiding..Plans"for Christmas party will be made. Hostesses will be Marjorie Pryor,Francis Lewis, Edith Brode,,:Minnie Thomas and Eleanor Hopkins: The Get-To-Gether Club of Mt. Chapter 15, OES, will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Lemmert, •Qrmond treet. Mrs. Mary Evans and Mrs. Margaret Bachman will be co-hostesses. The PTA of the Eckhart School will meet today'at v 7:30 p. .m. at he .school;' '. / : ' The annual sauer kraut "supper it' Salem Evangelical and Reform- id Church will be held Thursday, rom 5 to 8 p. m. .'.!'/• '•The Youth "Felibwship"'.' of . the Church of the Brethren held; a irthday party in honor of Kaye leister. The group presented-her vith a gift. Games featured the entertainment with refreshments erved by Mrs. Nellie Coleman and Mrs. .;VioIa Chaneyi '..'••- . Tri-Towns Soroptimist Club To Hear Reports WESTERNPORT — Reports of the Southeastern regional conference held recently, at Washington will be given at the' dinner meeting of the Tri-Towns Soroptimist Club at 6 p. m. today at the DeLuxe Restaurant. Miss Ann Kelly, Mrs Edith Lambert, Mrs. Thomas Wil son and Mrs. Gladys Hamilton at tended the conference. The executive committee meet after the dinner. wil Valley High Observes National Book Week LONACONING—"Book Week" i; being observed at Valley High school. Posters are being displayed i the library cases at the school will Court League For Tri-Towns Reorganized PIEDMONT — The Tri-Towns Church Basketball League was reorganized at a meeting last night n Piedmont High School. Represented were 11 churches: Presbyterian, Trinity Methodist and First Baptist churches of Piedmont; St. Peter's Catholic, Evan- elical United Brethren, First Bap- ist, Christ Memorial Baptist, Ihurch of the Brethren, Mt..Cal- •ary Lutheran and Assembly of fod churches of Westernport, and Bloomington Methodist Church. John E. Grindle, member of the acuity of Bruce High School of Vesternport, was re-elected presi- !ent; Calvin Arnold, vice presi- lent, and . Vernon -A. Staggers, irincipal of Piedmont High School, ecretary and treasurer again. Past rules of the organization, which folded up last year, were ead by Grindle, who presided. Vhen a sponsor fails to appear when his team plays, that game will be forfeited, to the other squad. Boys 16 years of age when the eague opens will not be eligible o play, but any boy becoming 16 fter the league opens will be permitted to participate. Boys playing n varsity or junior varsity teams re riot eligible to play.' In order to play, a boy must ave a 75 per cent attendance at hurch and Sunday School every month. If ,he misses i two straight undays, he will be. removed from he roster. If he changes his affil- ation within six months before the eague opens with any other hurch he cannot play on that earn unless 'his entire family hanges affiliation to another hurch. : ; • Grindle stated that he would ontact. the Superintendent of Min- ral County Schools to, ask permis- ion to .use the former Howard '.igh School gymnasium for prac- ice sessions before the league pens. "•'•'• Each player must be registered ith ;the secretary before he can lay in any game, and-each team must pay a $5 entrance fee and ut up ; $2 forfeit. deposit. Another meeting will/ be held ext Monday 7:30 p: m.'i;at Bruce High School. At that time church- s will announce if their particular hurch will participate in the cir- uit. •• '• : < :••• . . •. : A board of directors will include ne person from each church and ne from each of the schools, also name.of_a sponsor if he should e another'person beside the di- ector. Mineral 4-H Dinner Held AtFort Ashby FORT ASHBY — "Footprints" was the theme of the. Mineral "ounty 4-H Achievement dinner a : ecen: evening at Fort-Ashby High School. Eighty attended the program, an annual affair to recognize achievement made during the year by 4-H joys and girls. Certificates of project .completion and ribbons were presented by J. V.. Wimer, county agricultural agent, to club leaders who in turn )fesented;them to individual mem- >ers. .-••"./. One hundred arid 30 blue ribbons, 50 red ribbons and 16 white ribbons ivere 'awarded for project work. r oley awards were given to David Arnold and Patty Seamon for high count scores in food projects. Frances Evans, Reese's Mil lub, and William Roy. of the Jpstreamers Club were selected as he outstanding county 4-H girl am >oy for the year. . > Barbara Johnson, Wiley Fore Senior Club, was recognized for laving achieved the highest score n the county on her 4-H project cotton togs. Rev. Robert L.*Bridgers, pastor of Calvary Evangelical Unitet Brethren Church, Keyser, served as toastniaster for the occasion and. group singing was conductet by Mrs. Maurice Amtower, Gate 4-H Club leader. The toastmaster introduced the following: William Marker, prin cipal of Fort. Ashby Schools, a guest of the 4-H Leaders Associa lion, and -Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Me Coole, Keyser, guests of Gate and Upstreamers Club. Speakers included Charles Logs don. Pocahontas Club leader Harold Wimer, Upstreamers Club member; Robert Harman, Up streamers Club member, and County Agriculture Agent Wimer Logsdon dedicated the dinnc meeting to I. B. "Tubby" Boggs State Boys' 4-H Club agent, wh diod October 28. many new books. • The Library Club is planning a tea for faculty members on Thurs-iJIiners Hospital Plans day at 3:30 p, m. in the library r and the Book Week contest posters and new hooks will be shown. Miss Esther Holzshu's English classes have recorded sevcr.il skits taken from books and these skits will be presented. Alumni Group To Meet MT. SAVAGE — The Alumni of Mt, Savage High School will meet today at 8 p.m. in the school. Clerk Undergoes Knife WESTERNPORT — Mrs. Katherine G. Dailey, Washington Street, city clerk, underwent an operation in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, yesterday. Mrs. Henrietta Kazlo, Oakview Drive, is substituting for Mrs;? Dailey. at; lh« city clerk's ' To Open New Wing Soon FROSTBURG-- The Board o Directors 'of Miners Hospital me last evening and drew up prelimi nary plans for the formal..opening of the new wing of the hospital fo the latter part of the month. Walter Mackay was appointc chairman of the committee i charge of the opening and he wil b<? assisted by Mlcnncl J. Byrnes Both are members ot the Board o Directors, I Area Woman Honored ELLERSLIE-Mrs. Effie Pearc received a letter from Mrs, Mami Eisenhower, wife of Presiden Eisenhower, acknowledging a ge well card she sent the chief exec ut.vC. •• ?SC Announces Thanksgiving Vacation Datps KEYSER-Dates for the Thanks jving vacation period have been announced 'at Potomac State Col- November 23 through November 27, and the student body has been reminded that "cuts" will be given or absences. 'Absences on Monday or Tuesday mmediately preceding the recess, on Monday and Tuesday follow- ng the recess, will result in 'double cuts" being given in all lasses. The notice was issued by Dean K. S. McKee. Garrett Jury Decides Case _ } OAKLAN D— A Garrett County Circuit Court jury -yesterday a- varded Mrs. Edith Cuppett Smith, f Washington, $2,670 for some two- nd-seven-tenths acres including ,207 feet of frontage along U. S. toute 219 at Deep Creek Lake ;hich the State Roads Commission as already taken for an improvement to the highway. Associate Judge-Neil C. Fraley resided at the trial. The jury de- berated about one hour before caching its verdict. In deciding.the case, the jury ad two widely varying figures to onsider. The State Roads Commission had offered $170 for the roperty in question whereas wit- esses for Mrs. Smith, formerly of arrett County, placed the value t S12.000. Frederick A. Puderbaugh, Cum- erland, and William O. Treacy, )akland, were SRC attorneys at esterday's trial. Mrs. Smith was epresented by Attorney Horace P. Vhitworth Jr.,,of Westernport. A second condemnation trial was cheduled today in Garrett County Circuit Court. This concerns other roperty along Deep Creek 'Lake. 'he property owner is John Phillip 'hayer, who. owns "The Barn" and service station. His attorneys re William "A. Gunter, Cumber- and,: and Walter Dawson of Oak- and. . Jpper Potomac Jnit Plans Event KEYSER — The Upper Potomac ladies Club is sponsoring a card arty and parcel post sale to be eld today at the Upper Potomac hrine Club on U. S. Route 50, ast of Keyser. The party is sched- led for 8,p.m., when tables will e ready for bridge, canasta, '500" and set back. The Ladies Club membership in- ludes Shriners' ladies fromHamp- hire, Hardy, Grant. Mineral and 'endleton counties. The party vill be the second in a series of )ublic events planned by the club. 'roceeds from all parties are to be used for interior decorating 1 of the new Shrrine Club. Mrs. James Cookman, Romney, is president f the club. Chairmen include: Burlington, Mrs. Edwin Davis; lk Garden, Mrs. Huber Norman; Keyser, Mrs. Martin L. Watson; 'etersburg, Mrs. Vloorefield, Mrs.. Ralph' Ralph Ours; Bean; Romney, 'Mrs. Joseph Fowler, and fri Towns, Mrs. Robert 'Derham Other committees and chairmen are: parcel post sale, Mrs. Claude A, -Martin; bakeless cake sale Mrs. Charles Blackburn; tables and. decorations, Mrs. Earl Hess refreshments,' Mrs. David Baker Piedmont Fellowship Supper Set Tomorrow . PIEDMONT—A fellowship supper will be held at the Presbyterian ;hurch • tomorrow at 6:15 p. .m. sponsored by all the circles of the church. Members of the choir wil ae guests of honor. The women of the church wil meet after the supper. A book re view will be given by David Nu zum. The program on "Steward ship" will be conducted by Mrs Foster Daniels.' New Traffic Group Will Meet Tonight FROSTBURG—The newly form ed Traffic Safety Commission- fo Frostburg will hold it's first meet ing tonight at 7:30...at City Hal with Rev. William Yingling, chair man, presiding. The Committee was appointed recently by Mayor Perry W. Myers to make a traffic survey of Frostburg and to bring the recommendations to the City Council. From time to time, the council will also make suggestions as to traffic control to the commission for their comments and criticisms. ege. The recess will extend from Oakland Officials Discuss Need For Area Industries ChurchLists ComingEvents 'LONACONING — A card party ,-ill be held tomorrow at 8 p. m. y the Women's Auxiliary of St. 'eter's Episcopal Church at the ^ythian building. A candy sale will be. held and Dridge,. 500 and Canasta-will be ilayed. Sister Fidelia of All Saints Conent, Baltimore, will address the ocal congregation December 5. She tvill.speak on "What Is Meant By Religious' Life; the Place of Religious Communities in" the hurch Today; and What the Sis- ers do in a Convent." November 20 is Church Home Sunday. On November 27, H: Wilson Cook ill give a report on f the parish onference recently attended at llaggett Diocesan Center, Buck- ystown. This report concerns mis- ions and their growth. The Young People's confirmation lass will meet tomorrow at 4 m. at the vicar's residence. On Thursday, at 4 p. m. the Junior onfirmation class will meet at 3 East Main street. The Adult and Number 3 con- irmation class will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Choir rehearsal will be held Thursday at 8:30 p. m. The Holy Eucharist and sermon vill be held Sunday at 9:30 a. m. and the church school at 9:30 a. ; m. At the Sunday service. OAKLAND—The importance of having some industry or industries locate here was discussed at some length recently by the Mayor'and Town Council of Oakland. The council will write letters to a number of officials asking their assistance. These include the United States senators, "congressmen, the governor and others. Other routine business was conducted by the Mayor\and Council. It contributed $150 to the Mt. Top Chamber of Commerce for use in adding Christmas' decorations .this year. It agreed to .make Fourth Street 28 feet wide instead of 24 as originally planned. This work oh this highway will not be completed until next spring. - ' It decided to place two additional parking meters in- the vicinity of the Manhattan Hotel and increased the monthly payment to Ed Tasker for garbage removal from $325 to $350. .Tasker pointed out that he cot lects garbage from 600 residences and that,he spends two and one-half days each week in this work, and at times uses two trucks and three men to assist. Upon the reading .of a letter from the,Garrett County Commissioners in regard : to Maryland Route 745 (Old State Road) as to whether or not they want to accept the responsibility of road maintenance, the council agreed that the town did not desire to take over the road, it runs from "Third to Fourth. on Crook Street, and follows Fourth Street, out to the end of the corporation- line. The road will be included in the county system -since the state notified' the county that the stretch would be eliminated from the state roads sysem. '•:.•'•.'/' . '.•''.-•• ' The '_ following .permits were granted:' to the Acorn Associates to erect an illuminated sign over the sidewalk at their property, on Liberty Street; to ; the C&A Gas Company to dig a hole on Liberty Street to,tie in a gas service line that supplies the B&O Railroad, and to open a trench across Arch Street in the town of Oakland. Sunday movie tax for October mounted to $88.35. Receipts tp- aled $10,156,85 with $5,743.55 from water, $2,680.63 from taxes and 1,732.67 from, miscellaneous. mong miscellaneous items was ne of $686.19 from parking meters. Expenditures amounted to $7,602.31 Ith $775 for police, $1.112.65 for treet labor;, $1,884.65 for street Beall Seventh Graders Will Present Program FROSTBURG - The S e v e n t h Grade of Beall Elementary School will present a program tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the school auditorium The program "will be under the direction of Miss Catherine Goldsworthy and Miss Mary Hanson. , The program will include severa' musical selections including a saxophone solo by Donna Sacco "Melody of Love"; an accordion solo by Donna Drummond, "Round Up Lullaby"; a-vocal solo by Car linda Storm, "Love and Marriage" and a musical number "He" sung by Donna Sacco, Carlinda Storm and Edith Willetts. A play "Homework" will be in eluded in the program. Characters will be portrayed by Donald Zare foss. Sandra Willetts. Harriet Babcock, Gary Sween, Edith Wil letts and Philip Van Newkirk Lynn Homer will be the announcer Rebekah Lodge Plans Covered Dish Supper WESTERNPORT—Miriam Rebe kah Lodge 16 will hold a covered dish supper at the Odd Fellow's Hall Thursday at 6 p. m. Following the dinner and regula session of the-lodge, Mrs. Edna Jones of Baltimore, slate instmc tor, will conduct a school of in structions (or members. Scout Court Of Honor Tonight Al Frostbiirg FROSTBURG—Robert Zarcfoss, scoutmaster of Troop 48 sponsored by St. John's Episcopal Church, announced that n Court of Honor will be held today at 7 p.m. in the parish house. Zarefoss added thai plans for 1956 will be made and a charter revi«w will b« held. Scout Meeting Slated At Kelly Tire Plant. FROSTBURG — A combined Cumberland - Mountain • Distric Scout meeting will be held Thurs day at 7:30 p. m. in the conferenc room of the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, Cumberland. Presiding at the meeting will be H. H. Lowcry, Cumberland, dis trict chairman, and Dr. R. Bowcn Hardesty, Mountain District chair man. All dibbers and Scouters of the two districts are urged to allcnc this meeting. Officers of the new district will be announced plans for the new district discuss ed. • : upplies and upplies. $922.45 for water Jhurch Group Meets' Today HYNDMAN — The Ladies' Aid lociety of' Hyndman Evangelical nd Reformed Church will hold,its egular monthly meeting' in the unday. School' room today '. at :30 p.m. Brief Mention The King's Daughters' ,class of Evangelical United Brethren .hurch held it's regular monthly meeting at the home of Mr. and Irs. Ralph Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kipp and aughters recently visited Mrs. Cipp's mother at Brownsville. C. C. Boor was a visitor -at the lorrie of his sisterin-law, Mrs. L H. Deaner. . .. : Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beal visited lieir daughter and son-in-law, Mr. nd Mrs. John Paupe in Baltimore. Deana.Rees, student at the University of West Virginia, spent the veekend with her grandmother, Mrs. H. H. Deaner, and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ziegler. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crabtree entertained with a party at their tome in honor of their son Dale's thirteenth birthday. Games and stunts were features of the evening and refreshments were served Present were Mrs. Ross Harclerode and grandson, Donriie Harclerode, Edward Harden, Lynne Beal, Janice Bagley, Carol Crabtree, Gary Shaffer, Gary Miller, Roger Cook, Jay Bittner, Roger DeLozier, Harry Hutzell, Clark Logson, Staney Pensyl, Victor. Logsdon, Galen Sembower, Cloyd 'Hyatt, ,.Pau' Manges and Sonny Emerick. Jhose who. attended the annua homecoming at the Church of the Brethren Old Folks Home in Scalp Level on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Casper Hyre, Mrs. Mary DeLozier, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Harclerode, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crab tree and daughter, Carol, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Mallow. Terrell Mallow, Miss Glenda Wilhelm, Dolores Mallow, Jerry" Emerick, Miss Anna McGregor and Miss Regina McGregor of Hyndman, Rev. Ear? Harper and daughters and Mrs Zada Harper of Flintstone. Mrs. Walter Wright, Alum Bank spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Nettie Harclerode. VHS Operetta Set Tomorrow At Lonaconing LONACONING — "The Fortune Teller," a comic two-act operetta to be presented tomorrow at 8 p. .^ at Valley High School by the Music Department, will be the first musical presentation at the new school' auditorium for the third school year. The cast, was announced by Mrs. Doris B. Mitchell and Joseph L. Derry, who will direct the music, and T. E. Conroy, dramatics director. Keith Morris will portray "Fresco, ballet maste^of the Liv- onian grand opera," a tenor; Don Amoruso will. enact "Count Ber ezowski, commandant of the Secret Police," a mezzo; Gerald. Llewellyn, Gordon Stevenson and Gordon Green-will be the first, second and third agents of the Secret Police, speaking parts. '•."•• Edward McCormick was ctosen for the part of "Lt. Tiroar, of the Royal -Hussars," tenor; Dick Grandstaff, "Lt. Almir, of- the Royal Hussars," baritone; Darlene Stephen, '"Wanda,^ of the. Grand Opera ballet.", soprano; Donna Fazenbaker, "Vera of the Granc Opera ballet,".alto. Deanna Martin will 'portray "Irma, of the Grand Opera ballet," soprano; Walter McKenzie; "Capt. Ladisla'us, of- the /Royal Hussars,' tenor; • Paul." Barclay; "Sander, a gypsy musician,"' baritone; Sandra Dillon, "Musette, a gypsy; fortune teller," soprano; Dick '.• Rennie "Boris, Musette's father," bass. Ann Perry Chappell is cast as "Vaninka, • Musette's m o t h e r,'. alto; Irene 'Heiland; as x "Madamo- iselle Pompon, i rima donna of the Grand Opera," mezzo soprano! A chorus of ballet dahcers ; guests, Hussars, gypsies and • servants will appear. Brief Mention ' The Central Parent-Teacher As : sociation will meet today at 7:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. The-Boosters Club will meet at 7 p. m. tomorrow at Valley High School. The meeting will be held early for the convenience of adults who wish to attend the operetta at 8 p. m._ Charles Daniels is -president. " ; The Child Study meeting will he held Wednesday at.,Central.~Ele- lentary School. Mrs. Mildred Love chairman and a movie will be wwn. '' . A teen-age dance will, be held oday from 8 p. m. until 11 p. m t -the Good Will Firemen's Ar mory, with music by "Patty and immy." ...'.'".. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chappell en- ertained with a .surprise birthday arty at the White Way Inn to onor their daughter, ; Anne Perry n her sixteenth birthday.. There as square dancing with Robert [yde calling the dancing figures ames were played and refresh lents served. A show of hobbies of Junior Hi-Y members of'Valley High School is isplayed in a 'window case at the chool. Charles Meese, Francis arlitz, Richard Evans and Rob rt Reidler have arranged exhibits t. Savage High uniors To Offer Thursday MT. SAVAGE—The Junior Class Mt. Savage High School will resent three one-act plays com- osed o/ comedy, mystery and antasy Thursday at 8 p. m. in the chool auditorium. The fantasy, "This Way To eaven," by Douglas Parkhirst ill have Ruby Ann Rice and arry Stowell in the stellar roles of ram and Mr. Flanigan. Others in cast are James Harden as harlie Baker, a newspaper re- orter, and Janet Fair, Gram's aughter. "Angel Child," a comedy 'by ames Reach is a typical humor- us family play. Cora Rice, 'as Cramer, will play the leading ole supported by Margie Holt as sdie, the Polish maid; James Tiller as Kenny Cramer; Mary ranees Lee in the mother role: ane Rizer as the bashful rider ste/, and George Bishields as er'opy friend. "Fright," also by James Reach, ill have James Herickel as John airbridge, a well-to-do business man. Others in the supporting oles are JoEllen Hartman, Ma'r- ha Ann Lewis, Roger Franken- erry and Roger Duckworth. Dorothy McBride Wins >ip To 4-H Congress -> .• ' FROS^BURG —'Miss Dorothy IcBride, Middletown, a daughter : Mrs. Cyrus McBride and a freshman at State Teachers College, ttended the 4-H achievement pro- Tarh held at Frederick High chool. • ,' j . , Miss McBride was notified that he was one of the winners of a Tip to the national 4-H Club Congress in Chicago to be 'held No- ember ;.27;until December l. Miss [cBride, as .progressive champion _ canning, will make the trip with ther Maryland winners^ > While at Middletown High School, here she:graduated last year, she ivas an outstanding student, rank- ng«in the highest fifth of her class iid was: active in extracurricular ctivities, some of which were the rlee Club, Future Teachers of America, Newspaper and yearbook taff, orchestra and Future Homemakers. Easternmost'town in the U. S. s Lubec, Me. , ' -^ 'or Rent: 2 room heated apartment, bath, corner Grant and Wash- ngton Streets, Phone Frostburg 27-J. \dv. Nov. 14-15-N-T Meter Receipts Increase KEYSER — Parking meter re ceipts in Keyser for the past week ending Saturday at 6 p. m., were $259.49, according to City Clerk Carl F. Theis'Jr., who said th previous week's receipts were $200:29. '' . FOR CONVINIINCI AT IOW COST — Our Prtf «M Atnvfltt art r»f»- Hermit crabs are found in all the even seas. SELECT "AMERICAN" COLONIAL CRYSTAL FOR HOSPITABLE HOMES Recently recreated by Fostoria, modern "American" retains, the affection and popularity o£ its proud ancestry. Every facet in this antique, geometric pattern has a jewel-like capacity for reflecting light and color. Authentic, in design, "American" reproductions are rich companions for the cozy simplicity of colonial homes. And equally congenial in French Provincial or iiy any .distinguished modern .interior. Fostoria's "American" is an open stock pattern: available in a complete assortment for every table service. Luxurious crystal! But durable and exceptionally inexpensive! In ;fact, some "American" pieces cost as little as 50c each. The wise hostess or the gift- wise giver will be.pleased to see our extensive'displays of VAm- crican" '• crystalwares, they are handmade by Fostoria craftsmen. '.. . . . : Jeffries Bros. J«w«l«r» IrM^wcy Frwtbiirf Open SctMnky til f P, M. Trinity Program • Slated Wednesday^ PIEDMONT — The annual'be- . zar of Trinity Methodist Church . sponsored by the Woman's Society? of Christian Service will be held;; Wednesday afternoon and evening 1 at the church. Booths will be open at 4 p. m.: and a turkey dinner will be served; from 5 to 7 p. m.. \ '•': Entertainment in the recreation >. hall of the church will include'' vocal selections by the Bruce High'-' School male chorus of Western-v port comprised of Principal Ardell Haines, James Hager, Forrest-1 Boggs, John Harvey, John E. Grin--, die, William Simpson and Jame.s.-., White, instructors. Vocal solo by James Hager;;, piano solo, "Waltz of the Pea : ,\ cock," Michele Ahlfeld; humorous reading, Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan; : songs selections, Kerry Ahlfield;-f ap dance, "Ballin the Jack," Mi-,;, chele Ahlfeld, accompanied by" Barbara Harr. There were 88 million motor v'e- v nicies in the world ir 1954. .' ': ~. Our Insurance Services are available around the-clock HOLBEN AGENCY PHONE 63-J FROSTBURG ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE PALACE THEATRE Frostburg, Md. 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