Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 15
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FROSTIHRf.-KEYSI<R ; ; And Tri-$tate Area News (15) Evening Times, Wednesday, November 16, 1955 alGOP Elects Officers KEYSER'--The Mineral County Young Republican. Club was reorganized last evening at a dinner iting in the Rosemont Rcstau- .t.. The session was keynoted by an address by Cleo ,S. Jones, president of the'; : West .Virginia Republican League........ • '/. Ray Coffman was unanimously elected "to succeed himself as president of the ; club'for a four- year .term and Robert" J. Martin, treasurer,; was ; also unapposed for re-election. _. Donald C. Hott, former prosecuting attorney, and charter member, was elected by one vote-as-male vice president. His opponent; John .Somervilie, president of the Tiger Tractor Corporation, cast the deciding-, vote in his opponent's favor. in the: tightly contested race. Miss Mamie Folk was named to.succeed herself as female vice president and -Miss 'Catherine Hunt was chosen-, secretary. In .his address, Jones called for an end to name calling and for the . presentation by the Republicans of a strong,.well-thought-out platform to combat .the "Democrat State Machine." He-pointed out that the entire, -nation was experiencing unparalleled prosperity.-.with the exception of West Virginia and one or two. >- p t h e r. machine-controlled states. ..,... •.p , •_..... . . Initial. plans were made at the meeting for a Lincoln Day dinner, and a committee was appointed to begin work on the .project.-Other committees were ? appointed by Coffman; and .will be; announced at a later-date; . '. •-...*.' Official Hits Lack Interest In RC Chapter PARSONS—A meeting of. the Tucker County Chapter, American Red Cross, has.been called for tomorrow, according to Gordon Shrader, county chairman. The meeting will be held in the Court House at 8 p. m. and a new chairman and treasurer will be named at that time. . Shrader said Tucker County having a local Red Cross chapter, they must, attend the .meeting ari'd help elect officers. Otherwise, he said the chapter will disband after December 31. if the people of are interested in YoutH Council Plans Meeting CRESAPTOWN — The Cresap- towh Youth Council will-meet tonight at 7:30 with its adult advisory group in the Cresaptown Methodist Church to elect officers and plan its. program for the coming year. The committee, named two Weeks ago by the parent Cresaptown Community Council which is sponsoring better ^recreational facilities and programs for the community's youngsters, is composed of 15 teen-agers and five adult advisors. " ' Charles Wehdt, chairman of the adult advisory group of the youth council, last night requested members of his committee to attend session with the teen-agers. dt explained that the youth group will outline its future plans to report to the sponsoring council at "its next meeting. Lawrence H: Dehn, program chairman-of Central YMCA, will attend the session in an advisory capacity for the teen-agers. •.,.' ..-'\ Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs/Foster Glover .returned after visiting relatives in Akron and Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs.'Evans Kammauf and children of Duquesne,. Pa., visited his father, Edward' Kammauf. Mr;- and Mrs. Theodore Clayton returned to Cleveland where they are employed. Mesdames Edna Hounshell, Irma Lee, Beulah Keister, Kate Breedlove, Elizabeth McKenzie, Rose Faulker and Nellie McKenzie and Sgt. Frank Carbone visited a radar station Sunday. Miss Evelyn May returned home after visiting - her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John May, Boynton, Pa. Lawrence Scott, Baltimore, visited his family over the weekend. William Shank remains ill at his home! .. „ Mrs. White mother of Mrs. Lee Chaney, is ill at the letter's home on Lone Oak Road. FSTCPlayers Will Present Two Programs FROSTBURG — Frostburg State Teachers College will present "The Telephone," a comic opera in one act by Gian-Carlo Menotti and "Down In The Valley," a folk opera in one act by Kirt Weill, in Compton Auditorium at 8 p. m. tomorrow and Friday. "The Telephone" will feature larles I. Sager and Josephine ompanek. The cast of "Down In The Val y W" will include David Dunn as rack Weaver; Anne.Dixon, Jene Parson; _ Dale Swecker as 3omas Boucher; "Joseph Steen as ennie's father; Oliver Rephann as ie leader and the preacher; harles Smith as the guard; oseph Steen as Peter's; Donald rury and Fred Downs-as the two len; Joan Griridel-'and Carolyn mith as the two women and Joan uttrell as understudy for .Jennie arson. The chorus will consist of mem- ers chosen from the Maryland nd Madrigal Singers. An orches- a composed of students, faculty lembers" and .members of -the umberland~ Symphony will furnish ie music for the production. The .production staff includes Irs. Anthony Bolb'no. and Charles Sager, musical directors;-Doro- Stone White, dramatic director; illian Wellner, dance director; nnette Delemeter, Mary Lou Eis- ntrout and Marie Goldsworthy, ehearsal accompanists;. Dolores ahey, Larna Cutter, Janice Spes- ard, Carol Kelley, 'Sabra .Hast nd Susan Eader, makeup; Bonnie enson and Sara Slick, properties; [ary-Ziler, Ruth Schade, Joy wett, Shirley Groves,' scenic rtists; Arthur Hugglestone, John filler and William Price, lighting; [yrpn Wotring and. Thomas Van elt} stage ' carpenters; Pauline Children Attending School Play Nursery MT. SAVAGE; -Nineteen, children are attending.; the play nursery conducted by the junior and senior home economics girls of Mt. Savage High School as part of their unit on "Child Care."; - ' The children "visit the nursery every Tuesday, ,• Wednesday and Thursday. Among those, attending are Linda Rice.cJames _Voit, John Helmick, Joseph Beal, ;Carolyn Parsons, Bonnie Jean Pfister Janie Neder, Martha Amtower Pamela Hott, \ Pat King, Rickey Green, Robert Farrell,' Cindy Hel mick, James;Keene, Connie Def fenbaugh, Patricia: Grade, Mary Ann Carter! >'; James ; Smith and Mary Mulligan^;;;;: •" V The children-v'are-divided into three groups;. ;They have, free play art, games/stones, music and re freshments^.The play nursery will end tomorrow. « ks Officials Visit ostburg Lodge 470 FROSTBURG—Paul K. Shutt Sr president of ; the Maryland, -Dela ware and District, of Columbia Elks Association, made an official visi to the Frostburg Lodge ;4*> >» night' •'. '• y'.- -$ ! v ••-'%•' ••<•• • • Shutt, who was accompanied b R. Edward Dove, secretary of th association, spoke to the group o present and future activities of th state association. Program S*l Tonight MIDLAND —'The regular month Jv meeting- and Achievement Da program of the Midland Homemakers will he »*W today at 7: p m. In the Red Men's Hall. Westernport Senior Class *lay Friday WESTERNPORT — "Glamour oy" will be presented at Bruce igh School Friday at 8 p. m. by e Senior class. < The case includes Sue Nofsinger, avid Francis, Roger Fazenbaker, oanne Shay, Leo Cangianelli, nita White, Virginia Lutman, arbara Nealis, Wihna" Palmer, Uton Fortney, Paul Shaffer, Rena Reeves, Sharon Vanorsdale, ictor Strickler and Albert Creasy. Mrs. Catherin McGiboney, guid- nee director of the school, is recting the production. Other lembers . of the staff include haron MacDonald, Sheila Hackett nd Phyllis Fox, programs;. Miss ellie Kooken, posters and tickets; ernice . Iser, Shirley Johnston, hyllis Hopkins, Gretchen' Urn ott, Ethel Bittinger and Donna avis, ushers. . Mrs; Vernon Staggers, makeup; :iss Agnes Laughlin, publicity; aul Footen, John C. Harvey, John ager, James Borror, Richard uckworth, Paul O'Neil, Norman aines, Carl Marsh and Roberl ealis, stage; William Simpson, obert Perry and Fred DeVoi-e, ghting,. and Mrs. Michael Fahey and John E. Grihdle, stage roperties. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Poffenberg- r, Hagerstown; Mr. and Mrs. lobert T. Pentz and. children, ittsburgh; Mrs. Ethel Pentz and on, Bishop Pentz, Falling Spring, a.; Mrs. Blanche Sonner, Mrs. olli'e Coberly and Iva Phau, Ikins, visited Mr. and .Mrs: harles E. Hickerson, Maryland venue. i The Ladies Auxiliary of Victory ost 155, American -Legion,, will old a public card party Friday ; 8 p. m. in the Legion home. ive hundred, bridge and setback rill be played. iri Feted With Jirthday Party LONACONING—Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Smith recently honored heir daughter, Jeanne Kay, with party on'her seventh birthday. Games were played and refreshments served.. Attending were 'ahcy Milford, Janice Gardner, tella Hacker, Georgia and lelanie. Wilson, Rose Marie louse, programs; Charles Smith ckets; Oliver Rephann, publicity; ugglestone, -' Robert Hardmaa ohn Miller, arid David Dunn; stage rew, and Joan Hadley, Marilyn aldwin,' Georgia Russell, Joyce harpe, Virginia Fleigle and Mary rancis De Luca, ushers. . Brief Mention The Frostburg Lay Health Group ivill meet Friday, at 7:30 p. m. in he health room at City Hall. The Auxiliary, of Frostburg Aerie 273,. F. 0. Eagles, will hold a uck party ^Saturday from 9 to . m.. Shrimp will be served anc ntertainment furnished. iotarians Hear Orchardist Talk FROSTBURG — Gilbert Miller rchardist and apple grower o ear Cumberland, and a member f the Frostburg Rotary Club, was charge of Monday's program eld at Zion Evangelical and Re ormed Church. Miller spoke on the two enemies f the fruit growers, insects and iseases,"~'and gave the methods sed to control both. He also point d out that chemicals used to loison insects and kill disease. re used in such dilluted solutions tiat residue left on the fruit is no iarmful to humans. He said representatives from the Pure Foods and Drugs. Depart ments of the government test frui rpm the trees for these chemicaL and that as yet in his orchards the ruit has never been considers iangerous. All 1 fruit before being >oxed .-for shipment is. brushec which removes : any residue tha might .be on ; them: Visiting Rotarians .were Edga Suit from Grantsville and Car RoBbins from Cumberland;. Folio wing ' the meeting a shor Joard of- Directors ^meeting wa held. Both meetings were.in charg of President Howard F. Ward. Amoruso To Head VHS French Qub LONACONING — Donald Amor uso has been elected president o the French Club at Valley* Hig School. The club was organizec under the supervision of Mrs. Mar garet B. Sloan. Robert Robertson was name vice president- Jo Ann McPar and, secYetary; Carol McFarlanc treasurer, and Harry Warnick chairman of the program commi ;ee. A letter from a French pe pal was read by Frances Crable. Alumni Association Meet Set Tomorrow WESTERNPORT— A meeting the Alumni Association of Bruc High School will be held tbmorro it 8 p. m. in the school to further plans for its annual holiday danc The dance wfll b« . held at th home of : Victory Post iSS* Amer can Legion, December 27, an music will be provided by the Mi nighters orchestra of Thomas, \ Va. t Traffic Safety Group A pproves Three Changes FROSTBURG - The Frostburg Traffic Safety Commission appointed by Mayor Perry C. Myers to probe problems and eliminate possible hazards on streets here approved several suggestions at a meeting in City Hall last night Seven suggestions were made to the commission headed by Rev. William Yingling of which three were approved, three .were, tabled and one was dismissed., Approved were suggestions forwarded by the Mayor and Council that parking meters in the Water Street and Broadway be eliminated to make ready for a plan of two-or three lanes to move traffic on Main Street at a much faster rate: that traffic 'lights be installed at Broadway and Main streets; and some form of walk lights be installed at Broadway and Main streets and at Water Street and West Main Street. Tabled were suggestions that all parking be eliminated on the north side of Main Street from Depot Street to Broadway; that installation of parking meters be made on south side of Main Street from Water Street to Chestnut ftreet; and that the curb in front of the 'ost Office on Main Street be recessed to make a .second lane for westbound traffic. Dropped was a suggestion to integrate a one-way street, system oh streets other than-Main Street. The committee will meet again November 22 at 7:30 p. m. to discuss traffic problems on thoroughfares other than Main Street. Radio System Firemen VRourke, Linda Tary .Margaret Lou Robertson, Miller, Louise mith, telly. Karen Zarger,. Jane Ann Mesdames Anna Albright,; 1 Anna Hohing, Mabel Jackson, Vivian VIcCutcheon and Mr. • and Mrs. jeorge Kelly. . ^ Brief Mention Ray McGann, Fort Belvoir, Va., isited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ames McGann, Gilmore. John-and Werner Trost spent' the 'eekend at home. Miss Daisy Cline returned .to leveland after visiting Miss Ida rr. Junior Tri-Hi-Y Club members at alley High School are reading the criptures and reciting the Lord's rayer each morning over the'pub- ; address system this week be- ore school starts. Members of the Good Will Volun- eer Fire Company will discuss rgent business at a meeting today t 7:30 p. - m. in ; the firemen's rmory. : HYNDMAN—The Somerset Coun- y Firemen's Association has announced a new shortwave radio system linking county fire departments will be ready for use in the near future. . Fred Jacobs of Somerset, president, said the master transmitter ias-been installed in the. sheriff's office in the county : sea't arid the system will be placed in operation as soon as local departments can complete installation of their equipment. ••".'. The law and legislative commit- :ee reported action on two bills in :he State Legislature affecting firemen is expected after the current recess. They involve a House Bill under which funds could -be ap propriated by the county commissioners "for county fire schools arid a Senate bill which provides for pensions for paid fire departments. Edward Lauer, secretary, announced that member departments answered 13 fire calls last month. Borough loss was estimated at $100, rural loss at $2,000 and value of property saved at $2,500. The next meeting will be helc in Windber December 8. ROMNEY HIGH FOOTBALL QUEEN — Gaudette Gross, a.junior at Romriey High School, is shown after she was crowned "1955 Football Queen" at ceremonies during the Rorriney-Keyser game Saturday. Last year's-queen, Mary-Jane Peer, placed the crown on her head. Chosen by a vote of football players, Miss Gross later was honored at an informal dance at the^school. • " Potomac State College Dairy Far in Begins Processing Milk ieyser Kiwanis Gub To Entertain Ladies | KEYSER—Members of the Keyer Kiwanis Club will entertain heir ladies at.the annual "Ladies fight" function this evening with dinner "party at the Upper Potomac Shrine Club home on U. S. ioute 50, a few miles east of here. The local club has completed the irst five years of its founding. Sodality Devotions Set At St. Michael's FROSTBURG — Sodality devo- ions will be held today at 7.p.m. n St. Michael's Church. A recep- ion of new members will be con ducted December 8. - Names of candidates are to be submitted to Vlrs. Leroy. Crowe, 40 Maple itreet- The weekly parish social sponsored by the church will be held Yiday at 8 p.m.* The Senior-Choir will hold a rehearsal today at 7:30 p.m. The annual collection for the Area Unit Holds Dinner Meeting BEDFORD—Alpha Beta. Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society met recently at the Chestnut Ridge High School. Members attended a dinner in the new Home Economics Department with the Chestnut Ridge members, Mrs. Harvey Daugherty Mrs. Joseph Taylor, Mrs. Helen Knisely and Miss Mabel Holderbaum, in charge., Miss Eva Runyan presided at a brief business meeting following the dinner. The next, session will be an initiation-luncheon at the For Bedford Inn on December 10. The speaker at that time will be the state president, Miss Juanita Downes of Philadelphia. Guests vill include members of neighbor ng chapters in Altoona, Johnstown State College. Huntingdon, Somer set and Cumberland. Other members present at the meeting were Misses Ruth Brice Irma Diehl, Mary Donahoe, Mar garet Lessig, Mary Morse, Thelma VIorse and Grace Rankin, Mrs Prank' Gloor, Mrs. William Me Cauley, Mrs. Dewey Miller, Mrs Paul Mowry, Mrs. William Parks and Mrs. James- Simon. heating fund will be received at all masses Sunday. Womens' Society Holds Meet At Crowe Residence FROSTBURG — The Women's Society of Emmanuel Episcopal Ihurch, Route 40, Grantsville charge, met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Roy Crowe. Mrs. irace Paul was in'charge of devotions, using as her theme "Women Homemakers' Program Aids School Band Fund MT. SAVAGE—The Mt. Savagi Homemakers held a recent card party at the home of Mrs. Roy Deffenbaugh to raise money t pay for instruments for the schoo band. Food chairman.was Mrs. Eula Trenkenberry, assisted by Mrs 3elva Miller. Mrs. Rita Cunning lam, Mrs. Faye Benna and Mrs Sarah Carter. In charge of tables were Mrs. Hazel Swauger, Mrs Doris Crowe, Mrs. Mary Deffen baugh, Mrs. Gertrude Reagan an Mrs. Isabel Adams. Refreshments were served an prizes were awarded i» Mrs. Eliza beth Jenkins, Mrs. Joseph Malloy Mrs. Irma Miller.; and Mrs. Id Mae Shyder. ' • n the Church." Mrs. Carlista Crowe, president, Lonaconing Heads Consider Purchase Of Police Cruiser LONACONING—The Mayor and Council is giving consideration to the purchase of a police, cruiser car as a means of enforcing speeding regulations and providing the community with more complete owner of the business property involved. I" 1 Three building permits were *. granted. Dewey Burns was -given permission to remodel and put an addition on a Main Street struc- provide offices for Dr. and efficient police patrol. [ture to At this week's regular mee.tingjLeslie Miles of Cacapon Bridge, W. of the town council, Mayor VirgiliVa.. who will inove to Lonaconing Alexander offered two proposals j to serve the community and estab- "for serious study and considera-jlish a medical practice. The town , tion" with possible action at theinow has only one physician. Dr. ^ next regular session December 5. (Miles is expected to move to Lona- , Mayor Alexander cited ^-i^*^*^ ^ ^ ^ , mission to construct a garage on . Railroad Street at her home. ^ Arthur Phillips was given a permit to erect a new dwelling with ~ garage just off Main Street. Coun- .'. cil granted the permits unanimous- „ ly on the motion of Commissioner . Wilmoth F. Garlitz, seconded by ;. Commissioner Grove. All action at the meeting was unanimous. plaints of increasing recklessness; md speeding on the part of motor- sts, particularly on Jackson and| East Main streets. He told council: members the police are doing the jest they can, but without a vehicle of some sort to use for patrol and :o capture the violators, they laven't much chance. He said fines collected from violators would help pay the cost of operating a cruiser car. ' His other proposal dealt with^the| M j mtrel Show Tonight feasibility of installing a traffic 3 signal light system at the corner KEYSER — A new addition* to 'otomac State's • modern -dairy arm is revolutionizing many :hool activities this year. .This new development is' a milk rocessing plant, already a vital sset to the college cafeteria and Jhe Student Center. Homogenized, Vitamin 'D milk, hocolate, milk, and orange drink re now bottled- directly at the arm. ! The operation begins as 'aul Dunn, Donald Cromer, Thomas Savage and Charles Dodson milk the cows. The milking is done on schedule t 4:30 am and 4:30 p.m. each lay. After cooling, the milk goes o the 150 gallon pasteurizer where t is heated,to 143 degree Fahren- leit for. 30 minutes. It is then liped directly to the homogenizer where it is. agitated:and subjected o, a pressure of 1,200'pounds, fol- owing- which 'it. is forced over a surface cooler and cooled to a of about 37-degree conducted the business meeting. The .next session will b« held December 12 at the church. Vicar Hospitalized LONACONING — Rev. Lesl«« E. Schwindt, vicar of St Peter'i Episcopal Church, is a patient in Memorial Hospital (or 10 dayi for treatment of a vertebrae injury sustained in an automobile accident MV- eral monthi ago; White Rev. Schwlndt is hospitaliied, anyone who needs Episcopal Church services is asked to call Rev. Charles Krate Jr. at Frwtburf—1H8. Legion Post Holds , Religious Program KEYSER — Washington • Smith Post 152, American Legion,, Department of West Virginia, presented a' program, entitled. "The Back To God Movement," Sunday at 7:30 p. m., in Jane's Methodist Church. Active participants in the program were Robert Phillips and Roland Baker, cdorbearers; Aired Mason, port commander and director of-the program;. Clifton E. Brooks, post adjutant, reading "Back To God." and Jam* Cole- inan, who delivered a praytr in honor of deceased veterans and mejnbers. Rev, J. T. Tisdale, pastor of the church, delivered tbe memorial address. emperature 'ahrenheit. The milk runs from the cooler jy force of gravity to the bottler, T into cans for storage, with fames Button at the helm. Half- lints-and quarts are bottled at an amazing rate. The whole operation is supervised-by the farm managers, Edmund Stewart and John Evans. B- Swecker of the Agriculture Department, and also a co-man- iger of.the farm, is in charge of ;ales. William Roberts, Roberl Taylor, Francis Daniel, Keith 1ns- ceep and Ralph Isiminger also assist v with the plant operation al imes. Bottles for the milk are washed n a "three-vat, semi-automatic washing machine at ISO-degree Tahrenheit to sterilize them. They are then rinsed in a chlorine water >efore the milk is bottled. In October the farm's Ayrshire cows averaged nearly 60 gallons jer day. Almost ; all of .this was used at the college. The Student Center consumed 43 cases of half- pinT~white and 237 quarts last month as well as 13 cases of half- pint chocolate. The dining hall used 397 cases of white, 119 cases' of chocolate 195 cases orange drink, 90 gallons n bulk, and 38 quarts of cream Members of the faculty purchasec 590 quarts of white' milk?. Social groups used 26 cases of orange white, and chocolate half-pints. Visitors are welcome at the farm and at the processing plant. Couple To Mark 68th Wedding Anniversary .MIDLAND — Mr. and Mrs. Al len Munsie, 4253 Spring Street, De troit. formerly of the Georges Creek area, will observe their six ty-eighth wedding anniversary to morrow. The couple resided here and in Cumberland for many years. I . Munsie was born • January 2,] 1886 at Vale Summit. His : wife isj a native of Scotland. They are the; parents of eight children, two of which have died,, and have eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. B&O Veterans, Auxiliary Will Hold Election KEYSER — B&O Veterans Division 17 and the C. W. VanHorn Auxiliary will elect officers Friday at 7:30 p. m. • Plans will be made for the erec- ion of a large community Christmas -tree to be placed near the lead of Armstrong Street at the passenger station. Also a program will be arranged for December presentation that will include, a supper given in honor of John Edwards, retired general manager, and all railroad divisional officers. The program will close with group singing of Christmas carols. Auxiliary members will' provide refreshments, at the Friday meeting. " of Douglas Avenue and Main Street. He asked council to check this location and note -the hazardous conditions and traffic flow there, and to offer their opinions at the next session. Council read and filed a report from the Lonaconing Water Company which gave the location of each fire hydrant in the community. The report said there are 43 hydrants, all in proper condition. The town pays a rental fee to the company for these water plugs. Chester Beeman asked council to provide some relief from the noise of barking dogs on High Row and Robin Street. He explained he works at night and the dogs in the neighborhood bark all day. The mayor suggested that he furnish the trial magistrate with the names of persons keeping '.'noisy" and barking dogs, and these persons can be charged with maintaining a nuisance and disturbing the peace- under existing ordinances. . The Businessmen's Association made its annual request for free parking on all meters in. the town during the week beginning December 19, to enable shoppers during the holiday season to park without paying meter rates. On the motion of Commissioner Robert M. Grove, seconded by Commisisoner John G. Thomas, the request was granted and a notice will be posted that parking meter fees. are to . be waived during.that period. The C&P Telephone Company was given., permission to erect a public telephone booth on Main Street, in an offset at the Lonaconing Bakery. The company explained that the location was agreeable to Edward McPartland, nual minstrel show for the benefit of St. Peter's Catholic Church will be held today and tomorrow at 8 p. m. in St. Peter's School auditorium. WESTERNPORT— The third an- Students Enter 'Voice' Contest MT. SAVAGE—Mt. Savage High School will enter contestants for ;he first time in the ninth annual Voice of Democracy contest now underway. To enter, contestants must write and then'voice a five-minute script on the subject, "I Speak For Democracy." Three juniors have already indicated, their intention of entering the contest. They are Roberta Lashley, Laura Jean House and; Rosemarie Houck. The basis for judging 1 the contest will be, con- Lent, 40 points; delivery. 40 points; and originality,' 20 points. Following community and state eliminations', a dozen finalists will ae chosen, judges will equal national winners each of whom will receive a $500 college scholarship, an all-expense trip to Washington and either a radio or TV receiver. Edward Meconi is faculty director of-the project. For Sale: Dressed Turkeys — any size. Phone Frostburg 941-W-l Adv.—N-T-Nov. 16-17-18 PALACE THEATRE FROSTBURG, MD. M-G-M pnnnts TRIAL I AH n-Jdi HIM JAHflADO - UFUl CJNKIS-HUN KBUMU A panel of national then select four co- Presentation Slated HYNDMAN — "The Family Hour" and "Variety Show," plus 'The Bride From The Womanless Wedding." will be presented Friday at 8 p. m. in the Community Center under auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary and Community Center Association. BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR FALL OUTFIT In.p.cl Our All Wool TOPCOATS at Our Gabardine SUITS of And Our All Waal SPORT COATS at . . 24.95 19,95 Trf Our Lorowoy Man, It 1$ So Fosy A. Ghas. Stewart's HOME Of GOOD CLOTHES 8 room 'house for rent. Call Frostburg 516-J. Adv.-Nov. 16 N-T . MT, CITY ROLLER RINK For Rent: Furnished apartment, rooms, bath, automatic heat Phone Frostburg 1138. Adv.—Nov. N-T 16-17-18 FIREARMS AH WrfM, >h*M »r »N CASH or Tf RMS Gmii «*d Scopy Tr«dW W« *» Mt.«c«p* f«r trod* toroi» or (iMtent turn. GRAYSON'S 1 Pitdinwtt StrMt Kcyttr, W. V«. Come In and See Our Fine Selection of VANITIES ELGIN - AMERICAN COTY - MAX FACTOR LENTHERIC 1,00 lo $15.00 , Ship's Pharmacy Phone 520 Frottburg 1:30 »jn. 'to 5 p.m. Ctowrf AH Dn Sim*<ir D.ii/7 Skating Wed. - Fri. - Sat. Nights For Skating Parlies Phone Fbg, 438-J Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWIS Concrete Prodids t Taylor St. Frettbiirg PHONE 322 -HILL TOP INN-j $•• T.UvUion At It* B«t , • : • "V •• •' ...--•• For the Best off FOOD bring the family to HILL TOP ROUTE 40 9 Miln W«t of Froltburg PHONE 713 MANY HEAR ROBIEAT WESTERNPORT EVANGELIST L. C. ROBIE J WESTERNPORT: — From the «? many attending the opening Ral- j* lies Sunday of The Bible Salva- *i tion-Healing Meetings, under the g direction of Evangelist L. C. M Robie. of Union Springs, N.Y., in * the Westcrnport, Md., Assembly ^i, of God; LOOKS LIKE FOLK WILL "2. SOON HAVE TO COME RATHER " EARLY IN ORDER TO GET A "; GOOD SEAT. These meetings will : continue each nite at 7:30, except. ; ing Mondays; until further notice. ,; Evangelist Robie, will also be on ' the Radio, over WKYR, with Rev. ,'. W. E. Welford, pastor, daily, at 1270." Monday thru Friday 8:45- I 9:00; Saturday and Sunday 8:30 thru 9:00 — all in the morning. .'1 HERE ARE SOME OF THE SUBJECTS FOR THE WEEK: "How to reach up and touch Heaven"; THURSDAY IS MIRACLE NITE, , —OFFICIALLY THE PRAYER •. LINE WILL BE FORMED, THE MESSAGE BEING: "WHAT HAPPENS TO THE CANCER, ARTHRITIS, DEAFNESS, ETC., WHEN THE PRAYER OF DELIVERANCE IS OFFERED"; "The Biggest Business on Earth"; Why some don't get Healed when all couJd be"; "The Changeless Command of God." Evangelist Robie has traveled these States for 36 years. SOME YEARS PILOTING HE OWN GOSPEL SHIP—WHAT THRILLING STORIES. Don't miss one of these meetings. People travel Miles 'to them. Already miracles are taking place! ! TOYLAND — Now Open—The Largest Selection Yet! 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