Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 18, 1955
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ElfiHt F<|t Hill Club Elects Officers H. Clifford Spiker has been elected president of the Fort Hill Booster* Club to succeed Earl D. Chancy. The club; which is. conducting a membership drive, met at the B&O YMCA. Other officers are Victor M. Hebb-' vice president; 'Wallace G. Ullery, treasurer, and W. B. Orndorff< secretary. The membership drive will be conducted by a committee composed of Jacob Brown, chairman, Geoge E. Davis, Donald W. Mason, William Morris, Hebb and Chaney. Booster Club tickets are on sale at Fort Hill High School and may also be secured from students or members of the club. Attending the meeting were John J. Cavanaugh and Robert Morris of the Fort Hill faculty. Aims of the club are to further school activities. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 WANT AD Tatar NEW YORK— (INS)-The jolt of winning $50,000 in a few split seconds on television is a blow to the most blase American nervous system. To a Russian lady of fragile propprtions, it hits like a Martini on ah empty stomach. Dairy Farms Visited A number of dairy farms were visited, in Allegany County yesterday by John P. Dietrich, extension dairyman at the University of Maryland. County Farm Agent Joseph M. Steger went on the field trip. '_ • BUTTON UP FIND YOUR Assignment: Ameriea RussuinWoinan Wins $50,000 On TV Shoiv-And Can Keep It (I*g. U. i. rot. Oft.l : By PHYLLIS CAfTELLE and her husband. Also to "18 cats —all pregnant—maybe 36 by now." "But I will be back next week, to try $100,000," Kyra added quickly, "even if they say in Pennsylvania that $50,000 ain't hay." She does not expect to win, real- Johnstown Minister To Address Rally The Youth for Christ Rally to morrow at 8 p. m., at.the Salvation Army Citadel on North Mechanic Street will be'addressed by Rev. C. Grey Watson-.of-Philadelphia. He is pastor of the Johnstown, Pa., Bible Church and director of Youthtime in that city. Music will, be presented by a group of young people from the Johnstown Bible Church; [U UU Oil CUJJ-'l.J' .31,VHiC*W"« • " • .. -In Russia." shivers Mrs. Kyra : ly ("I think the last question will Shirk "I should make so much'be so hard that only the man who mone'v I'd be arrested next morn- wrote it could answer it"), but the J ' fed of money at her fingertips is new and overwhelming ("I am in the gambling spirit, and $100,000 ain't even more hay.") If she misses, losing the $100,000, question which would be the greatest prize ever won on TV, Kyra will receive a consolation prize of $25,000. "That would pay for the carpeting I already bought, arid part of Ronnie's education, ing!" . . , Mrs. Shirk is the glamorized, democratized and de-mobilized lady lieutenant from the Russian army who won $50,000 for being an expert on firearms on the quiz show "The Big Surprise." She thinks there's nothing remarkable in knowing how to load a Springfield rifle, because she had plenty of gun-loading experience in World County Schools Given Hani For Thanksgiving Menu Public schools in Allegany County have received more th'an two tons of fresh ham which will be-prepared for the annual Thanksgiving dinner which will be served in school cafeterias next Tuesday. Mrs. Gladys M. Eaton, supervisor of cafeterias, said that 4,380 pounds of ham has been sent out to the various schools. There were 292 hams, averaging 15 pounds each. Probably as' many as 12,000 ham dinners will be served in the county j cafeterias,. Mrs. Eaton estimated. She observed that they were averaging about 11,400 lunches daily by late September and 11,600 by.late October. Mrs. Eaton will distribute several suggested menus for the ham dinner Saturday morning when the cafeteria managers attend a fish cookery demonstration at Parkside School in LaVale. One suggested menu calls for baked ham, whipped potatoes with brown gravy, buttered green beans, carrot curl, roll and butter, cranberry crunch or frozen fruit juice and cookie and milk. Another suggests ham, whipped potatoes or candied sweet potatoes and brown gravy, spiced apple slices or cranberry waldorf .salad, roll, and buttert pumpkin tart and milk. There will be no advance in price for the special ham dinner. The price is 20 cents' for first, second and third grade pupils'and 25 cents for those from the fourth grade upward. nee in wona anu pan. ui jvunnie a cuut-auun, Wa"r II—"and long, so long be-and a little bit of the $22,000 mortgage on our house." ,A doll-like young woman with an exquisite voice, trained forj the Federal Theatre System in Russia,* Kyra describes how she became an intellectual Annie Oakley. "In Russia, we have military education for. boys and girls from the time; we are 12. I got two sharp-shooting medals in school. After I had seven years, the war came and I had the choice between digging trenche^. and join- fore." But the wonderful, awesome thing is that she is allowed to keep it. "After my arrest, I do not know what would happen to the money in Russia. It is only certain," she says, not bitterly but positively, "that I.would not see it again. Mrs. Shirk is now the red-haired and energetic wife of a York, Pa., gentleman farmer whom she met in Moscow when he was a field director for the ; American Red Cross and > she was, literally, .'a fighfer on the front lines. Her first thought, after winning, was returning, to York — to 500 chickensJrorri whom:'she.collects eggs, to eight steers,-to 20 sheep, to'one dog,,to .one child Ronnie, 3; & f JOIN OUR 1956 CHRISTMAS CLUB < NOW First National Bank Member F. D. I. C. MID-INDIGESTION? BISMA-REX Prompt, prolonged relief for acid-upset stomach. FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberlond and Froitburg S.T: LITTLE Suggests for give a billfold so new he's neve, seen one like it! :'• the BUXTON Contour This brand new billfold with' the handsome ? CONTOUR shape stays slim and neat regardless of the cards and family photos in it—because of the . smoothly 'molded curve of leather that keeps the pass case from bulking or bulging. And, with the exclusive Buxton "Flickbar", he can add as many new windows as he wants as simply as working ji looseleaf binder. There's a secret big bill x compartment, too In a wide choice of leathers. ,..- ••, ' • . f NAME or INITIALS STAMPED IN GOLD FREE Other BUXTON Billfold* ... from $4.35 (incl fed tax) **%&.* ing the- army. ... .... "The rations were better in the army. After two years I got the medal and was allowed to go home and back to my acting:", What! medal, she was asked. "Oh, it was a medal for the defense of Leningrad nothing really; 'Those who! don't have medals are sort of i strange in Russia. You just get j 'them, for doing anything or'noth-j ing." :'.:'' .'•.. •::•' ••'•.. :.;.. :.•'• . j During this period she met Elliott Shirk, and theirs was the first wedding to be held, post-war, in the Cathedral of Moscow. He whisked her out of Russia, and they have, lived here happily•_ ever since — at least until she was asked to appear on "The Great Surprise."' ' ' • "He, said," she says, "that he hated people who go for get-rich- quick schemes." • She blushed becomingly;."."But now we have '"got-'rich- quick, he says it ain't hay. also.'-' Municipal Band Officers Renamed Officers of the Cumberland Municipal Concert band were re-elected at a-meeting this week. Joseph K. Trenton was renamed president at 4he meeting held in the Moose Home. Other officers are James Andrews, * vice president; Roy ;Knotts, secretary; Art Shafer, treasurer; Fred Keyser. Jack Means, and WV'E. Capaldi, trustees. Director of the band is W. Valgene Routch, assisted by Frank Muss Munson. In addition to the election, band officials announced their organization would _ give two winter concerts. The dates wi'Ube announced later. of Da constant guard at", the Second • National Bank is the Diebbid-McClintock burglar alarm. No vault protected" by this alarm system has ever been successfully, attacked. The Second National Bank of Cumberland has selected the beautiful new Diebold-JBasic bank vault door, the FIRST in Maryland, as a complement in contemporary design to the-decor of its new banking quarters. The door stands majestically framed in a distinctive installation that .marks this bank as /Cumberland's most progressive financial- institution..... an acknowledgement of the Second National Bank's leadership in this community. Plan to visit the new quarters of the Second National Bank and, while you are there, ask to see the newest concept in bank vault doors —• the Diebold-Basic. ••Your irreplaceable valua- . bles and documents deserve the best protection known .... in a Diebold safe deposit box at the.. Second National Bank. See a bank officer about low annual rates. Make deposits any time of the night or day in the Second National Bank's af- . ter hour depository, by • Diebold. See a bank officer about, this service tomorrow. '•..'• N C OR P 0 R. A T E CANTON 2, OHIO The Diebold vault ventilator at the Second National Bank provides extra safety —a forced draft of fresh air and communication with the outside for anyone who becomes locked in the vault. Manufacturers of the world's finest bank equipment The South Cumberland Planing Mill Co. .-.-.•••..•.•••• "' • • * u, IS PLEASED TO EXTEND ITS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK UPON THE COMPLETION OF ITS HANDSOME NEW BANKING QUARTERS It is with a great deal of pleasure that the officers and employees of the South Cumberland Planing Mill Company extend congratula-, tions to the Second National Bank of Cumberland upon the comple- ••' .. :\ ;••••• . . Y •'., : . '•.,.'. •• ; tion of its handsome new and modern banking quarters. As always we are proud to see institutions within our community advance and modernize to keep pace with the changing . times. We are proud, too, of the part we were able to play in the remodeling of Second THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLANING MILL COMPANY National Bank. In the photograph at the left above you see the office . of bank President Joseph M. Naughton. To the right is shown a view of the completely new section of. teller's counters. Paneling for Mr; Naughton's office and the. miilwork .for the bank's interior went supplied by South Cumberland Planing Mill. Once again'we are proud of ihe assistance we were able to lend "to Cumberland's most modern bank , . . and, once again our sincere congratulations! # . . . ' . . QUEEN STREET AT THE • A 0 RAILROAD ,i

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