Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 15
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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IROSTBIJRG-KEYSEII And Tri-§tate Area News (14) Evening Times, Thursday, November 17, 1955 Hbmemakers Elect Klotz Nfew Presiden GRANTSVILLE-The Casselma Valley Hpmemakers Club met re cehtly- at the 'home' x of Mrs. Home Glotfelty;' The following officers were elec ed: president, Mrs. Hazel Klotz «ce» president, Mrs. Marth SwacLwelder; secretary, Mrs Reba Miller,, and treasurer, Mrs HeleaPaul: . Mrs. Klotz will announce her ne' committees at the next meeting The,^Christmas party will be hel at the home of Mrs. Freema BeitzTel. :,.-.''. . •;• • Brief Mention M£ and .'Mrs. .-James Beachy Washington, are visiting thei ; ihotlter,'MrSi-Eva B. -Beachy. Paul Custer-and Mr. and Mrs ... Eugene Collins,. Washington, wef recent guests: of Mr. and Mrs. C O. Bfendeiv TRe'y. ! H. E. Suite, Clarenc Hare, Mrs. Edwin Robeson an Mrsl; Irva, Mickey' attended tb Town and Country Institute a Methodist Church, Pied Trinity monL The MYF' group of Grantsville Metfiodist Church attended a-join meeting'of-the-Upper and Lowei Valley.of Wesley Asbury District a Burlington, W. Va. . The -annual b6oth festival .for the Methodis Children's Home was held. "Mr. and : Mrs. Harold Miller Daniel'Folk/ Glen Diirst and' Mrs Wilmer Hummel attended the an -Dual Southern : States meeting in Richmond, .Va. Mr. arid Mrs. A. W. McNair,/anc daughter, Janet,: Somerset Pa:; .Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Maus'i and.son; Robert, arid Mr- and Mrs. Howard - Bowman; Bbynton;' ,Pa.- Miss Jane •* Bowman, Cumberland, and Eugene Gross^Frostburg, were recent guests''of: Mr. "and ( Mrs. Nevin-Brbadwater. -Mrs. Robert Bender and son are visiting.her parents, Mr."and'Mrs. Earl Shirk,*- Waynesburg, Pa.. : Luther.-Beac-hy; who had been : in Meyersdale 'Community Hospital the past two weeks with a fractured arm, has returned home and is improving. C&P Contract Awaits Action CHARLESTON, W. Va. M — . new one-year .'•- contract granting more than 4,000 Chesapeake anc Potomac Telephone Co. employes wage increases of $2 to $5 a week awaited ratification by nine union ocals today. Agreement came last night a.fter several weeks of negotiations. State Director Oscar L. Davis o: the CIO Communications Workers said the union would recommenc approval of the agreement. The contract .would, become ef- ective as of .last-Sunday.-The olc agreement expired—at midnight ov. 9. A company. statement said that management felt "the wage settle- Parents; Entertain Sondn'Birthday Mr. : and Mrs..Harold Jewell Jr., 5 Potomac Heights, entertained their son;, Richard; 'recently, on his fifth birthday. .' The Davy .Crockett theme .was used : ta; the table decorations,and refreshments.; • •>••••. ':•: ! ;.;' Prizes in games were!,won by Mrs. Addie -.Norton, Mrs.' J. T. Radcliff,- Peggy» : Jo Wertz, .Debbie and Donna ; Markley. Patricia Grapes, Sherbie Rowe and Richardj Rowe. Mrs. Ruth -Travis assisted, in serving. ..--'•. •'.'.'.. ;•'• Attending- were Richard Billmyer, Thomas Riley, - ; Richard Rowe, Jerry Derryberry, Donald Hall, Larry, and Garry McBride, David and John Stahl, Gregory Snyder; Paul 'Rhodes, Robert and Jeffry ; Storer, ,. . Patricia Grapes; Shebrie and Judy Howe, Ray;ahd Sharon Rowe, Catherine : Derryberry, M a 1 d a : Jewell-, Peggy Jo Wertz, Debbie and 1 Donna Markley, Christine Stabl,- Donna.. Rae Cassel, Mary Jane Turner, Judy Rhodes and Pafficia Jewell. V-Mrs. Doris Derryberry, Mr. and Mrs. Howard-Rhodes, Mrs. J. T. Radcliff, Mrs. Addie Norton, Mrs. Wilcia Wertz, Mrs. Louise McBride, Mrs. Beverly Stahl, Mrs. Faye Jewell, Mr; and Mrs. David Markley^ Mrs. Angela Turner and Mrs. Loir Storer. Dwight'David Eisenhower is the first U.S. President since Grover Cleveland without a double letter in cither his given name or surname. Girl Scout Troop Visits City Hall, Police Quarters FROSTBURG - The Mayor an Council met last night at City Hal to pass on the payroll and regula monthly bills. Approximately 20 Girl Scouts Troop 10, ^sponsored by- Beall Ele mentary School, attended the meel ing •to observe the procedure o the, Mayor and,Council, who ex plained the city .government anc source of city water, supply. The girls and their leaders, Mrs Bray Thompson -and Mrs. Ben jamin Filer, were then taken on a tour of City.. Hall where thej visited -the jail, police station anc fire hall! : . . ment is justified and in line with wage and price levels in West Virinia communities." The new contract; according to )avis, also set up : increases in urial benefits from.: $250 to. $500, nd in accidental,!,death benefits rom $10,000-to a maximum of $30,00. Period Begins November 23 FROSTBURG — Dean Ivan C. Diehl of Frostburg State Teachers College has announced that the college will close for the Thanksgiving vacation on Wednesday, November 23, at 11:50 a. m. and will reopen Monday, November 29 at 8 a. m. Diehl added that no permissions to leave classes early will be: granted. The House Council of the college held its first of three annual birthday banquets for resident students recently in the college dining hall. Students having birthdays during the months of August, September, October and November were honored." The first all-college Thanksgiving Dance sponsored by the college will be held Tuesday from 8 to 11:30 p. m. in Compton gymna- ium. The dance is under the co- sponsorship of the Future Teachers of America and the Student Chris- dan Association. Committee members include, James Dickey, John Swope, .cochairman; Amelia Duehl, James Dickey, and John Swope, publicity; Joanne .Fiery, Joseph Epperson, and Mary C. Haher, refreshments; Charles .Welsh .and Robert Hardman,! orchestra; Harry Lennox and Arthur Hugglestone, floor committee. . . : • . . Brief Mention George Wilson, RD 1; Grace Me- iCenzie, RD 2; Vincent Reckley, 183 McCulloh Street, and Beulah Jewellyn; 82 Frost Avenue, are medical patients in Miners Hospital. V I Patsy Spataro, RD 2, is a sur- ;ical patient in Miners Hospital. First Presbyterian Church will iponsor a rummage sale .tomorrow from 7 to 9 p. m. and Saturin: [ay from 10 a. m r to 2 p. m. 4momaGldss Adopts Scrap 3ooksProjeet .'•.':".'•• • v .-.- •'.''.. •*'-( The Amoma: Bible Class of the First Baptist: Church held its monthly meeting'at the home of liss Mary Moxley and Mrs. Ella Taylor, 227 Carroll Street, a ecent night. Mrs. Barbara Rex- oad-led the devotion. Prayers r ere by Mrs; • Carl-Herpich and Irs. Rexroad. .*; : ,• Thirteen members, answered oil call with a scripture verse. Irs. Charles,.See,;, teacher, gave talk. :The';class v .;y6ted to, make crap books! for Associated .Charies- as the-, project this month. Final plans were made for the hristmas: party to be - held at lie church December .13, starting ith a turkey dinner at'6:30 p.m. [rs. George Booth will conduct le devotion and'Mrs. J. E. Tritt ill have charge of entertainment, hristmas gifts will be exchanged. Games were played and .refreshments were served by'the-host- sse's. . •-•-.'.•• Those present were Mrs. Charles ee, Mrs. Flo Alexander, Mrs. essie Deatlehouser, Mrs. Alice 'ox, Mrs. Ildred, Gauntz, Mrs. llsie 1 Hanekamp, Mrs. Gerdie [erpich, Miss Sue Leasure, Mrs. eona Pullin, Mrs. Ella Mae aylor and Mrs. Millie.Tritt. 'irst And Last ; Last encampment of the Grand rmy of the Republic was held at ndiariapolis, Ind., on Aug: 28,1949. ndianapolis was host for the first ncampment in 1866. Nearly half the families in Swed- n are members of consumer co- peratives. . Westernport Firemen Given Permission To Hold Carnival WESTERNPORT—The Potoma Firfe Company was granted-, per mission to hold a carnival second week in June at Memoria Park by Mayor Okey E. Michae and City Commissioners last eve ning. •Fire Chief William Mayles was spokesman of.a delegation compos ed, of:James Cirillo, Clyde Sharp less and Victor .Keller. He statec that all residents on Maryland Ave ime but.three who were not'honv signed.a.petition of having no ob jections ;to * a carnival which i being held in conjunction with th< annual convention of the Allegany Garrett County Volunteer Fire men's Association. . ..The confirmation bid for the pur chase of $374,000 worth of bond for the. Town, of Westernport from THackart: Grant and Company o Philadelphia; was by Mayo Michael. The bid was accepted by .. the Mayor 'and Commissioners on November.,3i . ^. .-••Mayor/Michael submitted a quo tation of;,$99.90ifrom the -M. H Floyd Company, Rock Hill, S.'C. for the trimming of 52 trees on Maryland Avenue. ; It was accept • ed. .- : -.'-••'.'•• • -•;-•• •:It was also stated,by the mayor that the company would trim trees for residents-in that area for $25 each.' .'.'••' •'' •••• :->. :.'^;JA letter from G, Bates CbaJrcs, district engineer of the State Roads Commission, asked for cooperation in erecting a sign in the vicinity of the parochial school on 'Church Street for'the protection of the Chfltlren arid others, 4 V 5 was ordered that a reply be Kent to the State Road Commission, f suggesting the sign extend over the sidewalk. ; . .-. Henry Wilt was 'granted permis- ;ion to put a driveway to his residence at 120 Main Street, and to remove one and not more than 'two parking meters and alter the curb. Mayer Michael answered criticism about town employees being slow in. putting -sand on the slippery streets following the heavy snow last Thursday. Two trucks were gathering gar>age when the snow came, he said. FSTC Holiday he church hall. The Beall Band Boosters will meet today at.8 p. m. at.the school. Mrs. Helen Lehr will pre- iide. The Fellowship Group bf First Methodist Church will hold-a-bowing party Monday at"7:30-p. m. n Chuckles Bowling""" Center, Vrights 'Crossing. A social hour l follow at the home of Mrs. Jetty Garlitz, Park Avenue. Star of Frostburg Council 98, Daughters of America, will attend he' Sunday evening 'service oi haft Methodist Church. Members vill meet in the church vestibule t 7:15 p. m. William Youngerman, manager f the American Legion Drum lorps, announced. today that there IN PRESENTATION .TOOTGHT^tast minute rehearsals (were in order yesterday at Mt. Savage High School for three one-act plays to be presented today at 8 p. m. in the school auditorium. Pictured above are (1; to r.) Larry Stowell, Ruby Ann Rice, Janet Fair I and James Harden. The. presentations, "This"' Way To'Heaven, "1 I ; "Fright" and "Angel Child" are designed to provide an evening of. comedy, mystery and fantasy. All three.-will b'e: staged by 'rhem> bers of the Junior Class." •-•'• " ; : - : • ' .-.- - '• ; ill be no practices until December due to the Thanksgiving holidays. Florian Nickel, First, Street, is. a urgical patient in Memorial Hos- ital, Cumberland. Dfficers Elected La Vale Club; Dpen House Set Mrs. Douglas Smith was elected resident of the makers Club at LaVale Home- a meeting - this eek in the LaVale Fife Hall. Mrs. Homer B. Carlton was hosen treasurer. The Christmas open house, De- ember l and 2/from 10 a.m. to p.m. at the Court House, was nnounced by Mrs. Ernest Screen, resident. Russian tea and holi- ay breads will be served. A decorations demonstra- on will be conducted at the La/ale Fire Hall December. 1. at -.30 p.m. by Harry Dengler. The December meeting will be eld at noon in the form of a overed dish lunch.' Each member s to bring a can of food for wel- are and a jingle gift. Several club members displayed .chievements and committee re- orts were given by Mrs. Bertha impson, Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. ;iizabeth Zerrtbower, Mrs. Marhall Lewis, Mrs. Kemp, Mrs. Charles, Mrs. Kinley Thompson nd Mrs. Carlton.- Mrs. Screen thanked commit- ees for work the past year. Miss lary Wise, county home demon- tration agent, demonstrated wall nd floor treatment. ' ••• Tea was served honoring new :!ub members of the year. Mrs. ilartha Simpson, Mrs. Roy George ind Mrs. Fanny Kemp were hostesses. )iscovered Pole James Clark Ross is credited vith .the discovery of the north magnetic pole, in 1831, while ac- ompanying the expedition of his ncle, Sir John Ross. ... : YiileFeteSet ByVFWUnit The Christmas party .of the Ladies Auxiliary of 'Henry Harl Post ^1411, Veterans" of Foreign Wars",' will be held Tuesday, December 13, at the Post Home. : Mrs. Ruth Jane Watson has been named by Mrs. Mary Moore, president, to head the committee on arrangements. . ",'"'•'.':• '•', . ••::. Others on the committee are Mrs Grace Bosenberg, Mrs. Zellene Norris, Mrs. Ivy Jones, Mrs. Mary McGady, -Mrs. Charles Freeland and Mrs. Dolly Crablel The Auxiliary will attend an anniversary party of Henry Hart Post on November 25. . . First Baptist WMU Gives Mission Skit The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church presented a program a recent evening, simulating contact with the women staff members and board wives of the Foreign Mission board at'the recent meeting at - the church. Taking part were Mrs. Robert Young,- Mrs. Gilbert Markwood, Mrs.. John I. Vandegrift, Mrs. Thelma Grayson, Mrs. Walter Alexander, Mrs: Loren Boggs, Mrs. Herman Leasure, Miss Jacque Day and Miss Mary Moxley. Mrs. A. Florian Wilson was in charge .of- the program, and also the • devotional on the topic, 'Christ -For .The World." Prayer was "offered by Mrs. H. R. Matlick. ; Mrs. Robert Young presided at the business session. The W.M.S. Watchword was repeated in unison. The Week of Prayer will be observed November 28 through December 2, with Mrs.- Wilson in charge of the program. A covered dish supper will be served at the church for all W.M.U. members and the Ann Judson Circle. The W.M.U. will hold a covered dish supper December for members and their families at 6r30 p. m. at the church. ' It was voted to continue sponsoring orphan' girls. Miss Moxley closed with prayer. The condition of one's health always is reflected by the condition of the hair. . ..- Central EZemeittary Pupils - . •• • '•'••..-.-•• .'•'•.'.''•:• * -•-.•'*• --•' To Receive Jhdetide Treat LONACONING — The C e n t r a 1 Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association has made plans to treat the school children during the Christmas holidays,..-to have a Christmas tree "decorated at the school and ^Yuletide. decorations in the ; cafeteria. . : '•; v - ; • Home Room Mothers and Fathers will package the candy-treat and decorate the'"tree and cafeteria. It was also arranged to have Santa make his-appearance before school is dismissed December 21 at 3:30 p. m. for the Christmas vacation. - • Mrs. June Wattenschaidt, elected treasurer for the school year, resigned her office and Mrs. Elsie Robertson was elected to succeed her as treasurer for the remainder of the year; : The PTA national song - and prayer marked-the .opening of a meeting Tuesday evening ,"in the auditorium. Guest 7 speaker was Dr. Howard Briggs, State Teachers College, Frostburg, who stressed six points: school 'construction, building libraries, driver education, teacher shortages, teacher salaries and retirement respectively, under • consideration for the Five-Year-Plan for Maryland. Mrs. Wanda Gardner gave the secretary's, report and Mrs. June Wattenschaidt reported on the PTA Halloween receipts and the [unds balance. New stationery will be secured for use of the PTA with a letter- lead. Mrs. Betty Long reported on the PTA magazines and Charles ^amberson was commended for iis installation of the emergency jell system at the school. Miss Alice McCormick, principal, explained that school pictures which turned out poorly will be revamped. Polio vaccine shots were given Wednesday at the school and lollyppps were furnished by the PTA to the children. Home room attendance awards were won by Mrs. Betty Long's second grade room and Mrs. Veronica Simpson's fifth grade room for having the largest num- Der of mothers and -fathers attending the meeting. Refreshments were served .in ihe auditorium. Discussion in the classrooms with the-.teachers was leld following the program. For Sale: Dressed Turkeys — any size. Phone Frostburg 941-W-l. Adv.—N-T-Nov. 16-17-18 PSC Students In CD A Program PIEDMONT—Three members of Potomac State .College 'of Keyser will present a .program at the meeting of Court Sancta Maria, Catholic Daughters of America, in the K. of C. home today at 8 p. m. Miss Helen Criner, of the Commerce Department, will give a talk on her trip to Europe this summer. Miss Frances Sarullo will sing several '_ numbers' with Leonard Withers as her accompanist. .Both are of the Music Department. Mrs. Madeleine Elliott, will;be the :chair lady for the program and her committee includes : Mrs. Theresa Dimasi, Mrs. Rose .Mary Sanders,. Mrs. Lucille Mertz, Mrs. Mary Fazenbaker, Mrs. Katherine Fredlock and Mrs. Agnes Schaeffer. Brief Mention A public chicken dinner., will, be held today until 7 p. -m. by "the Church of God in Christ, Water Street. PTA Association Hears Nutrition Talk PIEDMONT—Mrs. Theda 'Cole; Potomac Edison- representative, discussed "Nutrition 'for- Children" at the monthly meeting, of.', the Parent - Teacher Association in Piedmont High School recently. National Education Week,. was observed and open .house was held with teachers in their classrooms; Projects were in operation in each classroom. Refreshments were served by the Eleventh -Grade Mothers. Service Set MT. SAVAGE—A Choral Eucharist is planned for the. observance of Thanksgiving at St. George's Episcopal Church at 10 a. m. next Thursday.- The rector, Rev. G. Stanley Schwind, will be the celebrant and the choir; under the direction of Mrs: H. O. Porter, will sing the traditional Thanksgiving hymns and the 147th Psalm at the offertory. The congregation will recite the General. Thanksgiving. in unison and prayers will be offered for President Eisenhower, the nation, industrial prosperity and • thanksgiving for the harvest. The altar will be decorated-with fruits and vegetables as a remin der of God's bounty and after the service the goods will be sent to local institutions. The bounty will be placed on the altar in memory of - Christopher and Frances Lemmert. The rector will preach on the subject "Fellowship in Thanksgiving" and the offering from the service will go to the Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore. The pubic is invited to attend the service. PALACE THEATRE FROSTBURG, MD. M-fi-M IMIIitl TRIAL mm ..HnElUVB-JIMillUMC Class Meets Tomorrow KEYSER—Mrs. Banes' Sunday School Class of. Grace Methodist Church will conduct" its regular monthly. meeting at the home of Mrs. . John. Droppleman, ,,South Main Street, tomorrow, at.7:30 p. m- £ti-hqstesses will be Mrs. I. W. Maffick, .Miss Sallie Houser,- Mrs. John .Gill and Mrs. Anna 1 . Cuppitt. Devotions will be .given; by Mrs. Kimmel" Purgitt. The. class auction sale will be continued; ; Romney Club Plans Event ROMNEY — The Romney Wo- . -..• man's Club, 'in conjunction with ^ Martin's store of Cumberland, will, .-., . hold a •fashion"'Sh6ws..and • bridge-, .*?, ; canasta party toriforrow' ; "at-8 jx',riu ; ^'. in the Roniney Grade;i^hpolj«udi-::;^-'; torium.: . • • .'' ••' •'• '•'•'.-• :; ^.. ,' '?'•.' &&•' ; Mrs. S~ R. Pancake wfll be; com? .Sf mentatbr for 'the".fashI6n : i«resen&-^.v. : - tion and' B. Brooks Houser,;will;,;^y. play organ. .music. - : ; •.•;-. • - . ,..0-' 3|. • The 'Nina OJ'dfield dance;. : grQup r ;:-||' , will present the Pallet •"Invitation. ^-^ ' To A Dance;'' Refreshments - : will '1'A? ' be served; • : -"i'.\ ''•'•<••_•,'''.'. '-'V;-'-^T'.- Council Plans Meet^l : j.: : Community Q)uncil : ;.will:.tiold; itifc-% • . regular"-meeting,- tomorrow atTi^ij;/. ?. in. at Cresaptqwh • School: '..".TBs^ \\ '••:. ihiioiincement . was ',,rhade (by ^.Jbhtt:^,;. ;; Yoder,' : chairmari;ol the'Coimcil; .;;.:^ , : Reports on A progress 'made ;at' : f|. - : ; last night's "Youth- . Organization 1 : , ;•>•-,,• meeting'-wfll'be':' 1 heard:.;"..;. ;.'''• xVVv ••:-:; v r.The historic island 'of Rhodes: -js;: ;;-.»;, the most' easterly isle of the Ageait^;v .. sea. 1 '"•' ;'i. • . ;i - ' -/-.-I' ••-•.'.';':"•••' •'.'••;''.'"' ^'v'S^' • JO-LE-KAY E. Main a^Gwnt :fh. 733! ..... between •now 'and :'0ie- .K»H will r«eiv« ; ticket. L oii $5f6.00 -..itf.j.of, 'Aiuminum ware; .'plMi v d'ddHJdnal; priiM.' The mor» you buy,' th«' mart tickets you get. 7For$1.QO -SALE- NO. i'ACAN 3AUER KRAUT GOLDEN CORN CUT WAX BEANS CUT GREEN BEANS BUTTER BEANS SWEET PEAS MONARCH PORK AND BEANS KIDNEY BEANS TOMATOES CUT BEETS PUMPKIN APPLE SAUCE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE V-8 JUICE TOMATO JUICE BARBECUE SAUCE CHOP SUEY SAUCE ARGO STARCH UNIT STARCH SMALL OXYDOL LUX FLAKES DUZ BON-AMI PLAIN SCOURING PADS BRILLO PADS LT. BROWN SUGAR 4-X SUGAR Fresh Country Eggs 3 doi $1.39. f FRESH MEATS 'FROZEN FOODS Condon s Shoe Store 20 W, Main St. Frostburg Phone 890J and look your btst, too v Over ENGLE'S Butcher Shop Charles N. Hill TOY STORES 26 WEST MAIN STREET TOYS GALORE A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Toy "I LOVE LUCY" DRESS OF THE MONTH Dolls from Other Styles of - 10" G A M E s Doll Carls oft Strollers MOM $A Qp Erector Sets ToolChtsts Chemistry Sets Different Sixes TRICYCLES All Sizes From '4.98 up WAGONS '2.' 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