Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 10
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker Class To Have Memorial Event IVo Mechanical Faults Found In School Buses A memorial service for deceased members of Grace Methodist Men's Bible Class will be held Sunday at 9:45 a.m. with Rev. Almost two-thirds of the 99: Six of .the buses had „,„„,:„„, Adam E. Grim as speaker. i sc i, 0 ol buses used to transportjdefects. Other faults i n c 1 u d c ri b ","_ Arliss Kesecker is chairman of phiirirmi to and from Alle£aiiy:seven on the exhaust the committee in charge of ar 0 t h e r committee! to and from Allegauyseven on -j . - lic schools . were f oun djseven on signal lights, are Clifford John Park. The class was organized in 1913. Living charter members are John Tederick, Ray VanHorn, Ernest Yates and Arthur Hollar. Officers of the class are: president, James G. Stevenson; vice and^ithout defect during the periodic other lights such as headlights or jnspection this week( accordiug tojtaillights, five on accessories, two Arthur G. Ramey, supervisor of transportation in the county public school system. one of the buses had anything president, Albert Clark; secretary, wrong with its brakes, Ramey Eugene Light; treasurer, Ernesljsaid. Yates; teacher, John Park, Leo'~ Corrick and Arliss Kesecker; !!• brarian. George Abrogast: choris on springs and one on a glass. Eight of the nine This inspection showed 64 of used to transport children to the 99 buses without fault. Not school were found faultless. One had an incorrect exhaust connection. eering i! d c ri t.e m, ;ht on his or s, two jroken nobiles en to >. One onnec- Kiwanis Club Hears Fort Hill Quartet The ' Cumberland Kiwanis Club was entertained yesterday by the Four Cadets, a quartet from Fort Hill High School, who sang several selections. The vocalists were George Kalbaugh, Darrell Henry* David Dawson and' Jerry YRobinette. Rev. Arthur W. Bastress, assistant pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, was. guest speaker. A number of wives of Kiwanis members attended. • days in which to have the faults corrected. Bieeiitemm The Carpenter, monthly rr of the United Brotherhood penters and Joiners, featu month labor's contribution Fort Cumberland Bicenten The success of the celc the article said, resulted f close cooperation of all s of the city, and labor did to insure that all would b of Cumberland's 200 years gress. OluCst President William Henry Harriso The inspections were conducted iwas 68 years old .when he who was Ramey said notices have been Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-j inaugurated, was the oldest presi sent to the owners of all-of thejday. Ramsey'was assisted by | dent of the United States. He died ter, James Stevenson; and pianist,'faulted buses reminding them David Davis, a Frostburg mech-jexactly one month later and thus Mrs. George Nixon. 'that under the law they have IQjanic. • served the shortest term in history. Carpenters Locafl024, it pointed out, assisted by erecting stages for "Redskins and Redcoats" which depicted the events in .the city's history from 1755 ,to the Atomic Age. ' '" The Allegany Labor Temple was dedicated during the Bicentennial and labor organizations were successful in electing their candidate, Miss Diane Wilson, as Bicentennial Queen. 200 TAIIET IOTTLE ONLY 79* A photograph of then-bearded F. Patrick Allender, business agent of the local and construction chairman for the Bicentennial, illustrates the article. BUNIONS ' , Get' this quick relief. Lifte I ,hoe pressure, §ooth««, cu»fc. ' ion., protect! the wmiti»» ot. A»k for theBunioo nz». 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