Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 16
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Civil Air Patrol Commissioned And Tri State Area News At Moorefield |(15) Evening Times, Thursday, November 17^ 1955 SERVING IN JAPAN—Pfc. Russell; H. Brelsford, 21, son. of Mrs. Buelah V. Brelsford, Paw Paw, is a stenographer in the 'quartermaster section's operation branch of IX Corps Headquarters ^n • Sandai, Japan. A graduate of Paw Paw-High School, he entered the-Array iniMarch, 1954 and arrived overseas last. Jaunary. .Deadline Neaj-s For Checkup Of Motor Vehicles In W. Va. CHARLESTON, W. Va: only two days remaining before the deadline, the rush is on at garage; which are conducting- West Vir ginia's statewide safety .inspection of motor vehicles. The deadline is midnight Satur day. Motor Vehicles Commissioner Joseph P. Condry has ruled tha vehicles which have not been ap proved By. an inspection station by that time will be considered as having invalid' registration. Sgt. T. S. Myers of the Slate Police accident prevention bureau estimated today, that 515,000 to 620,000 vehicles have now been'in epected out of 540,000 to 545,000 iubject to inspection. Zion Woman's Guild Elects Two Officers FROSTBtfRG—Mrs. Sue Thomas as elected treasurer and Mrs Clara Habedein, financial secretary, at a recent meeting of the Woman's Guild of Zion Evangelica! and Reformed Church. - , Mrs. Benjamin H. Lewis presided arid devotions were led by Mrs Edith Erode. Final arrangements for a Christmas dinner to be helc December 6 at 6 p. m. in the recreation room of the churcl) were made. Men of the Consistory will cook the meal. The- following committee chair- pien were appointed by Mrs. Lewis: Edith Erode, stewardship; June Rank, Christian service; Sue Thomas, Christian education; Edith Haberlein, spiritual life; Genevieve Broadwater, missionary education; Clara Vogtman, Christian society action; Mollie Dudley, publicity;/Hostesses were Eva Keller, Leona Erode, Annie Bockes and Mollie Dudley. Greater New York as a city of Eve boroughs was established Jan. I, 1898. MitarfUTV metoj 'fable'Set with big 21" screen—in Bronze, Charcoal ;or -Blond. Right-Upifront' Tuning. Mode!::21T26. : >1 89.95 Attend Flower Show PIEDMONT — Senior Girl Scout The Piedmont Troop and its leader, Mrs. Carleton Bell, and Luke Senior Girl Scout Troop and leader, Mrs. Alton R. Fortney, attended the fall flower show Sunday at Phipps Conservatory,.Pittsburgh. .:. •-. . Man's heart; is about the size of a closed fist and weighs 8 to 12 ounces. • ; • . MOOREFIELD-The Moorefield Unit of Region IV, Civil Air Patrol, West Virginia Wing, was officially commissioned in recent ceremon- ier at the Moorefield Fire'Hall. 7 Theif oath-;'was "administered; by CAP - Ma jor Clarence : Flick to^sev- eri members whose application' papers were: in 'order.. William' Goetz was-named first lieutenant and Officer: in charge .of theVMoor.efield unit. .' -..-'" " . : Members who were sworn in are William Gdetz, HanseLJ. Harper, Delbert George, • Richard Evans, R.-E. Fisher, Donald Halmick and W. C. Harper. Other members whose applications have been completed'; are" -C. B. . 'BisKpff,- -H. J. Dddd,- arid Charles Kuykendall. ladet •members who are taking the physical examination for membership are Darwin Simmons,' "Bobby Mathias, Jimmy Grafton, William Bausermari, Buddy Webster, Donald '_. Southerly,- Jimmy Tenney, Peggy Simmons, Larry"' Arbogast and; Charlie Shobe. •'•'.' •• Several other membership ap- slications, are. in the process of being 1 .completed. The Civil Air Pa- .rol, a voluntary civilian, organization sponsored -by the United States Air Force, will -provide courses of study, with a program' for -the. ca dels. 'At a;. later date the^ Air Fore vill provide an airplane -on an on o'aii: basis' fpr/- ; the.. u'se':6f the unit Also communication . ' ieqiiipmen will 1 , be ; made : available' 'later,-. Goetz stated '.that 1 / l additibr>a members are being solicited; par icularly cadet •members.-,; An; young man or woman.,:l4V4 years of age or_ older is 'eligible 'to join 11 adults' -are eligible..;"-.:'.: Goetz; announced .that -an air ihow -at Moorefield Municipal Air port is scheduled lor next July. Hampshire-WiO Request i • • i Funds For New Hospital ROMNEY —Members of Hamp shire County Court and Ralph W. Haines, county prosecuting attorney, .will meet. Modday with Dr. N- H. Dyer, director of the West Virginia '• Public : . Health Sen-ice, and focrhally present a'request, for federal* funds '•• to . aid '•• in : building Hampshire .County'siplanned $720;; 000 hospital. :; : ^•.;': , : ;'V' •' Upon approval by,Dyer,, federal investigators will examine the proposed site for the'building.' ' •: Due to the fact that 'West Virginia Schools For. The Deaf and Blind are located, here,, arid that institution has offered land for the building site, facilities for treatment ;of the ! deaf; and .blind .will be .ncluded in the ;plans for the hospital; .No other hospital., in the area;has such a'.facility and cases requiring such treatment are now )eirig taken to Winchester. - . When the county officials go to Charleston, a group..of local citizens will accompany tliem; '.'••., President Service Station Entry J{<eported — State and-.city police are investigating the..breaking and entering of the L'udwick and Hayes "kilf Service -Station at the corner f Main -and Piedmont -Streets ome .-time ^Sunday night. • State Police CpL- F.- H. Tribett and Chief 6f Police Guy. Clem said ntry was made by \ prying. open a ide window. Missing "are a small mount of change, some cigarets ; single-shot,. 16-gauge Winchester hotgun and a part of a box oi hells. '• .. ' - .-••.•-.•.;•• The;, officers said the ; '.theft oc- :urred between '10 p.'.'m. Sunday .nd;'8:15 a., m. Monday. 1 " Enjoy the Clothing and Furnish- :--.' - - . '• . • . -' : - - V . . j . .-• ; ; :V-...-• ••;• --.: ings You Now Need For Your Family... Bob's Radio tt I. MAIN ST. PHONE 17 r ii f I i i: In Frostburg, Md., and Keyser, W. Va. Has An Easy Purchase Plan For Everyone Monthly Charge Accounts. Accounts monthly. No carrying charges. ' S * Budget Charge Account. Take four pay. 2q% ? "down. 20%—30 days; 20% 'clays; 20% : ^90 : days; 20%-^ 20 days. Slight ...•*- -••' • • ••;-•• .carrying charge. Automatic Budget Charge Account. our automatic budget charge (ABC) You will estabjish a credit limit which will limit you to ma kef purchases; qmounting'ito6 ..times your monthly payment agreed upori/r I f .you wish to pay. $10 monthly,.•;fo'r' example,: 'your -limit will be $60.;.If you rnake:montHly payments of $10, you r'moy; continue Vito mate'purchases equal to the difference; to the' balance dile and '; your credit limit. Slight c'drryihg-charge.. •;•',''. ; : , • . • . .-•••,''--. . /. . if • t • "i 'i Furniturt Budget Accounts. fYou may take up to • 18 months to pay on your furniture needs. Pay- ments divide into 18 monthly payments. Slight carrying charge. ' MT. .SAVAGE '..4'The':L'a d i e s Auxiliary of the; Ancient Order of Hibernians elected : | officers •: at'; a meeting at - the : home of Mrs: Margaret-Campbell....;': 'i..- y': : .' -.-•'. Named were .Cathenne' Graham; president; Mrs."Mary Fannoh. vice pfesident; Airs. .-'Aiina ;Mary'-Beaver," Recording secretary;' Miss Kathleen McDermitt,''financial 'secretary: - ; Mrs. Nellie' Fannon. treasurer; Mrs; Margaret-AValsh, sergeant ; at-arms:' Mrs,- ; Anastasia McGann, sentinel; Campbell, lory; ;-Mrs. Berhadine Boyle,"-chairman of standing..committee: Cora W a lsh, chairman of missions: Mrs': -' Mary Dickel,; Catholic action. Hardy License Fees Reported MOOREFIELD — Receipts in Cleric R T M. Gamble's'off ice for October "totaled $2,357.10. : the largest, amount posted this year. Most of the total was for hunting and • fishing licenses amounting to $2,110. tacluded were eight resident hunting and fishing licenses, S24, 492 resident "hunting licenses, $984,- three resident fishing licenses,'$6. one iron-resident bow hunters license, .55, 48. non-resident bunting licenses, $960,122 National Forest hunting stamps, $122,. and ;hree non-resident fishing licenses. Fees recording totaled $153.60, 'ees copies S3, other fees $2.50 and marriage licenses $3. In recess of jBruce High School the court MarTe McNeil! qualified' and took oath .as; notary public with A. W. Mathias as surety in the amount of S250. Robert .W. Wilson also qualified as notary public, :ook oath and.posted[bond in the amount of $250 as. surety. R.E, Stewart,-clerk of 3ampshire County, cetrified thaf D.^^ Heavener -was-appointed no tary in Hampshire County and was qualified. •. •' . Potomac Valley Team Wins Land Judging Contest ROMNEY— In the- state-wide land judging contest held last week at the fourteenth annual conference of West Virginia Soil Conservation District Supervisors at Jackson's Mill, the Potomac iVal- ley District team took first place. Silas Con^pton of Upper Tract. Howard A. Mulledy of Romney, Lawrence Jdieman of Elk Garden and Sloan Timbrook of Romney. e up the team. ' Fourteer districts were entered in the contest. Idlemaa posted the highest individual' score and Compton the third highest. Carson Waggy of Ruddle, Pendle- County, took first place in ton .he conservation aud judging contest. :orical contest, Petersburg, placed third. Open Saturday 9 til 9 Frostburg and Keyser -..,12 V ^ fe >: e '•• f:; I.*. f^ Froftfcurf, MM. - K«yMr, W Plans Hobo Dance WESTERIsTORT-A public hobo held Wednesday at the Bruce High Severer/ wcys io level arid round dancing will be featured. A cake walk will also be held. '.'.Money realized from the affair will be used toward the purchase *! of uniforms for the Bruce band. our holiday separa School Club Sponsors^ all sef for merry-maicing Various Activities Attended PTA Congress casual occasions. Come PIEDMONT — The Scriptora Li- WESTERNPORT— Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Wilt and Charles Taylor School Parent-Teacher Association programs in the school. at the Maryland PTA Congress at An' exhibit in the school . display case consists of. a miniature stage scene .from Parr-auk's "Cinderella." An The four chambers of the human sembly program will be presented heart are the two auricles and two SATURDAY STORE HOURS 9A.M.T09P,M, Frostburg and Keyser Stores NEW WINTER OAT HEADQUARTERS Other Goafs 12,97 to 34,97 Beautiful 10096 all wool coats ... in an excellent assortment of colors, fabrics and sizes too ! . . . You, too, will make Maurice's your headquarters when you see our exciting Values . . . all Thrifty Priced. Blouses Frostburg and Keyser Stores .... From Taffetas and Silks First Quality Frostburg and Keyser Store NITIES Sanforized, Outing Flannels in Solid and Print Colors our vibrant group Over 800 garments to choose from. Beautiful prints and solid colors in regular and extra.sizes. Get your supply assortment is at its peak. afternoon and after Outing Pajamas Challis Pijimas Chillis Gowns Ufa-Occasion dress of rustling silk taffeta, low-torso and lovely in jewel tones. »*jc*x*::«!a3«K«c&^

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