Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 3
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 THREE Anchors Aweigh For Salty Scholars Country dub To Meet The annual meeting of the Evitts Creek Land, and Improvement Company Inc., and the Cumberland Country Club Inc., will be held next Tuesday at 8 p. m. Reports..of committee chairmen will be presented. . Originated Fairs • The American agricultural fair was • originated by AlKanah Wat son, Albany, N.-Y., who induced the state legislature In 1819 to appropriate a sum of money annu ally for six years to. encourage agricultural production. SPECIAL SEAGOING FAMILY . . . With Captain Betty, 17, in command, the eight children of William. Peeler start their daily 20-mile trip iip the Catawba River' to schools at- AP Newsfeatures,,„:. r ..-/ ROCK HILL, S. C. — It's"IJp anchor" and "Cast off" for the eight Peeler children when they set out for 'school. : They all "pile into the family's 20-foot cabin cruiser,- "The Crii: sader;" and ; ; sail up the Qatawba River to-Belmont; S.' C.,' for 'classes at Cathedral School and-Sacred Heart •Academy. . ' '•',"'''* The father, William Peeler, explains that he wants his children to attend the two' Catholic/ schools and he considers highway travel too dangerous for them. The family has a housS on the river here with a boat landing; and the schbolb'u's runs right beside the landing at Belmont. • ;.-..'. . Seven of the. children attended school by. boat Jast -year< -and another was of' school age ~this fall. Next year .there'll be a ninthj waterborne, scholar, ;.,; • . I The. captain of the. crew is 17- year-old Betty. Billy, 15, is first mate.. • -.-. L - / • >.' They shove off at 7:45 a.m. and reach Belmont at 8:30. The Jioys go to Cathedral and the girls ; to Sacred-Heart. -They leave Belmont at 3:15 p.- in. .-for. the 45-ihinute ride home. "- •'•'...';,-•/; .•'.' : - :-• For safety's sake the boat.has a two-way radio and life ..preservers. But all of. the.^children are well able to swim the width of the river if necessary.- .. ... •-. .•-: ; . P.; The crew of ;."The- Crusader" this year,'in .addition to Betty.and Billy, are Mary-Jane,'6;: Gregory, 8; Phillip, 10; Susanne, 11;, Jinimy, 13; and Vincent, 14.. • - ...'. , The letter "S" is the most'fre- quently used'initial letter. . ! Deaf people can sometimes hear through their teeth; \"'.' ; , ''.'" .' School Festival Opens: Tomorrow - ; -J. . - • ^ . . ••- ••!.,• ;:The:Mt, Royal -School : " festival will be 'conducted-tomorrow at the school; beginning-at 6 p; m. Dinner_will be'served. /Games -.for adults-'and-' 1 children will begin at 6:30 : : p.'m:, with"movies .also scheduled >t that. hour. Cakes, cookies, candy.;'arid grab- bags will' be.oh' sale.\ .Entertainment will get under way : in ^th'e -school..-auditorium at 7:30 p. 'm. :A musical program, folk dancing and a perfprmsince by the Mt. Royal baton. twirlers are included on the schedule. CLEANED & PRESSED PLAIN LADIES or MENS COAT DRES^S CASH * CARRY PLAIN Pants, Skirts Sweaters, Shirts 35c EACH •."'• 3 FOR 1.00 CASH & CARRY Winners of the:first Hollywood Oscars were Janet Gaynor and the late 'Emil Jarinings. : . 9x12 RUGS CLEANED IN PLANT 305 «/ • 7/«/ SOUTH END GLEANERS 219 VIRGINIA AVE. DIAL PA 2-3322 CITY CLEANERS & DYERS 501 N^ CENTRE St, COR. OF VALLEY ST. AT SPEAit^S ;. THANKSGIVING SPECIAl! WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST—It will be much colder in the northeast tonight and cooler throughout most of the nation. Snow flurries are expected in the western-mountain states, the upper Great Lakes region and in.New York State and upper New England. 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