Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 18, 1955
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- K E Y S E R lid TrivStaie Area News (14) Evening Times, Friday, November 18, 1955 Oakland Chamber Commerce Maps Christmas Activities Kiwaiiis Club Marks Fifth Anniversary •KEYSER — The Keyser Kiwanis Club observed its fifth anniversary and held Charter Night and Ladies Night programs Wednesday at the Upper Potomac Shrine Club. ' Thomas B. Finan, Cumberland attorney,.-spoke. He was introduced by ,A. -K; VanScoy, past presi- . dent and former lieutenant governor.-' : . Dakin Morehouse, president, welcomed the visitors and introduced them .to. Robert E. Whitlach, presi: dent-elect who was tbastmasteiv. Others present included Galen puling,--Petersburg;' past president of his club; Homer Hoskins, Mor- gahtown, who was governor of West; Virginia Kiwanis, when the local club was created; Millard Dlmnirig,' Berkeley : Springs,V past 'lieutenant governor of the district; .governor-elect: of .West Virginia District .William Buckey- and his wife, • Morgantown; It. goverhor- eiect Hank Moler, Martinsburg: lieutenant governor Smith Pine, Martinsburg and his wife; lieutenant governor-elect Roy Harmon; and wife, Petersburg; Mrsl Marion Harttiian. 'guest of Vice-President ; Rpbert Shapiro; Mr. and Mrs. . Charles Logsdon, guests of Joseph \\Jimer;'Keyser. . : •'. / ''•-• '• '-.'' .'-The anniversary committee included .Harrison Fuller. • .Van-Scoy and James T; Hanlin. •'": I FROSTBURG—The-Recent Graduates Study Group of .the, Frost- b'jirgV Georges'- Creek "Branch, AAUW, will ,-meet .Wednesday at;Salem Evangelical Reformed Church. Mrs. Merle Jackson will be the speaker. : Shooting Match Sunday Nov. 20 1:00 pm till dark ECKHART SQUARE CIRCLE CLUB HOl/SE Prires: Dfeit Turkeys ,12 Guage Only Aluminum? Storm Doors '38.95 All HARDWARE INCLUDED Windows 15,95 up "INSTALLATION EXTRA HASTINGS AWNINGS ARTHUR BOND PHONE 1053-M SI BRADDOCK ST. FROS1BURG OAKLAND — The mercantile committee ofthe. Mt. Top Chamber of Commerce announced its Christmas activities program this week. Thirty or more merchants and business men will cooperate in the event with activities listed. Plans have been completed for decorating the town immediately after the Thanksgiving holiday period. Additional lights and decorations are ; being added this year and the-strands across the streets are to be increased in number. Thes annual treat for the children by ."Santa Claus'. 1 will be conducted December-17, when all the children: of the community up to 12 years.of age will be given an orange, candy and other articles. Santa Claus also is scheduled to visit participating stores at various times during the Christmas season. Members of the committee handling the details, include Newton Coplin, Jack Treacy, I. R. Rudy Jr., C. VV. Englander, and Kenneth Jones. . '"""". Coplin said that about 0,000 cir- culars'would be printed and distributed somewhere around the first of December. ..;'.'. Fire Endangers EllerslieHome; Leaves Ignited ELLERSLIE — Five pieces of fire fighting equipment were dispatched to .an- Ellerslie home last night--after"-a pile of leaves near the dwelling was ignited. :"• : ;The Corriganville Volunteer Fire Department, '.which .sent three pumpers," said the fire at the Hawkins residence was out on-arrival. They said the owner of the home quenched the fire in leaves which had .drifted against lattice-work and apparently caught fire, they said, after a lighted cigaret was tossed on the pile. : . The Ellerslie company, dispatched two pieces of ; equipment. Firemen urged all residents clean up all . accumulations leaves, since they .constitute ; ever-present fire hazard. Sideliiier Night Program Scheduled WESTERNPORT — "Sideliner Night" will be observed by Bethlehem Chapter 14, Order cf the Eastern Star, at the Odd Fellows Hall today'at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Rosalene Stultz, : worthy matron, and Louis .Biggs, worthy patron, will preside. Mrs. Gertrude F.erreil,; deputy .grand . Jeclurerl will, pay her [official,visit'. . ;r To Atlend Service ' WESTERNPORT — Mcmbers : of Westernport Council, Daughters of America, will attend the service in Evangelical . United ;B r e.t K re n Church' Sunday at 7:30 p. m: Westernport Homemakers Plan Election WESTERNPORT — A president and treasurer will be elected at the meeting of the Westernport Homemakers Club at 7:30 p.. m. at the Presbyterian Church, Mrs. William B. Smith, president, announces. The nominating committee includes Mrs. Thomas ,Dolan, Mrs. Kemper Gline and; Mrs.. John Clabaugh. •....'- . • Sewing Day will beheld /December rat the ; home of Mrs. Martin Weakley, East Hampshire Street. The hours are from 10 a. m. to 3.p. m.; .' •. ".--.'•• '••••• Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Glabaugh and Mrs. Frank Dayton attended the Achievement Day program for the Allegahy County Council of Homemakers" clubs Tuesday in Cumberland. • . ' : Mrs. Dayton, Allegany County reading chairman, gave her report at the business session. Miss.Helen Irene Smith spoke on "Lebanon" and showed colored film slides following the dinner in the evening. IlianksgiymgDay Service Planned FRdSTBURG- —..Rev. Edward A.. Godseyi pastor of First. Methodist Church, will speak at a community Thanksgiving service Thursday :'at 10:30 a., m. in Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church. .'.Rev; B. B.. Ludwick, pastor, of Church of. the Brethren, will be in charge of the preliminaries. Music will be presented by a community choir under the; direction 'of Arthur Thomas. ''•'.' Brief Mention St. John^s Episcopal Church .will sponsor a rummage sale tomorrow from 19 a. m. to 3 p. m. in the parish hall. The Beall High Alumni Association will -meet -Wednesday at ,the school at 7:30 p.m. New officers [or.the coming year will be elected. The.Braddock Playground Association will sponsor a public skating party tomorrow at 7:30" p. m. at the ML- City Roller Rink. Proceeds .will be used for playground improvements next year. ': .-'•'" Roger Martin, Mt. Savage, and Mrs. Alice Broadwater, 253 Main Street, Westernport, are surgical patients in Miners Hospital. mm MAYTAG! CoiU ic*rctly more than th« lowett-priced wuherontbe rnirVtt! 129 .95 Dodge-Plymouth Sales & Service fb?. Auto'Co.: PHONE 350-351 "The House of Courtesy" Ellerslie ELLERSLIE — Mr. and Mrs George Bailey, .Wcirton, W. Va. visited.her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Paul O'Brien and sons. Nial Cook visited in Baltimore last weekend. , : .. Mrs. P. F. Hopkins, Cleveland is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nia Cook. • Mr. and Mrs, Francis Stahlman and children have moved; to Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reith'and son, Freddie, visited relatives .in Baltimore and Washington las 1 weekend. "•-..•-• Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nixon anc children visited Uniontown anc Connellsville. , ../'.; E. A. Reith, Arlington, Va., is visiting his son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Frecl Reith. Seaman Thomas Swanson. USN visited atMiis home last weekend Mrs. Evelyn Leydig is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Community Receives Schedule For Retirement Of Borid Issue ' ' "' ' \VESTERNPORT - The sched- ulc-of retirement of the Town of Westernport's $374,000 bond issue , •, _ •._ P1|]K President v^ww *- *^s»w«»- Projects - Sight Fimd -~- W ESTERNPOIiT-Garland 'Ches- . president O f,the Westernport Philadelphia. '.The letter requested that thCj schedule be made a part of an or-j dinance to be Tavvn up and .'.adop-- , ted by the council authorizing the. d Luke Liohs ci u b. announced bond issue. The Philadelphia firms , a recent dinner meeting that recently signed a contract for ihei h , 7 - fruit cakes ordered bv the purchase of the towns bonds b ^ rf d and ^ The retirement schedule startsi""" . , twv . ,. with the pavrnent of $1,000 in 195G.j er > Wl11 be » ad « f s ve f L . ' In 1957 the'payment is ?3,000 and' Money realized from the project, .for the following six years the pay-jCheshire said, will be used for the jments are $4,000 each year. The club's sight conservation project. I payments are stepped up approxi-) The club will hold a Christmas 'mately $1,000 each two years untiljtree sale again this year. J. Wil- J1981 and 1982 they/reach $19,000. jij arn Beck has been named chatr- ? three final payments of $20,900| man O f {Ke. committee to purchase each fall due in 1983, 1984, and | the ( rees . - '. . , : 1985. Interest rate on the- bonds; It | ias not. -been determined will be 3% per cent. ' where the sale will be conducted, The total of the payments on | Cheshire stated. ",-•••' the principal and the interest oven.-— - . •'.'.; ..... n the 30 years in $642,500. As the| .. . . . ... •• . „.,! ^..^ ' Frostburg Welding .. Shop-Gen- bonds .were sold at 95 per' cent of! par, the town will receive 5355,000 eral repair. FINAL PERFORMANCE''TONIGHT — Curtain time for "Laura," a three-act play produced by the Dramatic Club of Beall High School, will be 8:15 p. m. today. Shown above is the makeup crew putting'last minute touches to Nova Hamil- ton, one of the 1 cast. Standing are (1. to r.) Sandra -Loar: and Anna .Grace Baer, student directors, Kathie Stanton, Patricia'Harvey and Anne Shirley. The play, directed by Miss Jo Anna Starigel, also was presented last night. Garrett Area Girl Named One 01 Top State -OAKLAND — Judy Buckel, of Bitttager, is one of Maryland's top 4-H'ers who will leave ,by train from Baltimore > November 25 to take part in the thirty-fourth na- ;ional 4-H club congress in Chicago, November 27 to December 1. These boys-and girls were, awarded an expense free trip to the annual Congress by : way of their outstanding project work in the 4-H program. ''...Before departing for Chicago in train coach along with the Delaware delegation the 4-H'ers will assemble at the Lord Baltimore hotel for-a press conference and "send off" luncheon. _' Club Congress comes as the climax of years of 4-H"club work by young people.' Some 1,200 boys and girls from all 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico join with guests from foreign countries for this event to honor-state, sectional and national winners. The Congress is jointly planned and conducted by the Extension Service and the National^ Committee on Boys and Girls Club Work, and is designed to recognize and club work is making to improve rural living. ' • All delegates are -educational award winners .who have won their trips to the Chicago meeting through the national awards pro- gram'conducted by the slate and highlight the contributions 4-H federal extension services in cooperation with the National committee. The. delegates have shown proficiency, in..carrying out their projects. Their records have been carefully judged on such factors as personal.-development over a period of, time; and the use of improved, methods. Miss Buckel, 15 years'of age, was listed as a state achievement winner. She is a daughter of Mr., and. Mrs. Ralph Buckel and is a' mem- 3er of the.Bittinger 4-H Club. She aas been active in 4-H work for several years. Mrs.. Lester Smith is the local leader. Valley High To Hear Potomac Slate Singers LONACONING — Potomac State Singers will present a program at Valley High School on March 15 at 9 a. m. '•'•'•'..-' Principal J, A.' Perry was .informed by Dr. E, E. Church, presi-j dent of the' college at Keyser. .that j Valley High, would be- included on the, Potomac State Singers schedule for the spring of 1956. . Couple Wilt Observe ''. Silver Anniversary,. ...... 'LONACOOTNG-The" twenty-f ifth wedding ..anniversary of Mr. -and Mrs. John William Wilson 'Jr.," of Gills Hill,. will be' celebrated November 26. The anniversary party will be held at,7:30.p. m. in the Odd Fellows Hall, Front Street. Wanted to Buy: Carpet loom. Call: Frostburg 970-J-2. —Adv. Nov. 18 N-T . : ' ". . . For Sale: 12 guage. Stevens single barrel. Call 510-M after 5 p. m'. —Adv..Nov. 18 N-T <^^j>^^> ^^H^n-f^lH^fc^^BV^ffKfffcf^tr A y FLOWERS '* For All OCCASIONS Frith .From Our Grtanhouit PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Dial Lonaconing 3131 Optn Sunday 'til Noon Open all day. - : 62 for the .bonds. The town is obligated to put all of the nej. earnings from the water system into a sinking fund ftr pay-J! ment of. the. bonds. If the earnings from this water system are not sufficient to meet the ..payments on the bonds, then the town agrees to set up'in its budget a sufficient amount to bring the sinking fund up to the necessary amount. This additional fund, 'if necessary, willj come from the revenue received from taxes and other sources. Washington Street, Phone 5-M. -Adv; Nov. 18, 19, 21, N-T Class Play -Slated. ELK GARDEN-The Senior Class play of Elk Garden High School will be presented Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the school gymnasium. The three-act mystery comedy is entitled "Spooks and Spasms." Chrysler • Plymouth Sales & Service Morton's Garage Water-Mechanic Streets Phone 300 Frostburg - Op«n Evening! . Warm Winter HATS-GLOVES SGARFS Boys - Girls KIDDIE TOWNE A Specialty Shop' for ChiWrtn 9 E.'MAIN ST. PLASTERBOARD 4x6,4x7,4x8,4x9/4x10 Yellow fine Sheathing .(kiln dri.d) Spred Satin Paints NEILSON BROS, Phone 429 Frostburg Red Goose & Toddle Toe Health Shoes for Children % Regular Widths - and Chubbies W* Givi SIH Gri*n Stamp*. J, B, Shannon & Co. Frostburg -Buy DASHIELL'S Enriched Grade "A' HOMOGENIZED in the economical GALLON JUGS OYoilabU at any of these neighborhood . dealers:— ' ; Pram's Grocery Bowery StrMt Powers Supererte ' 163 t Main Str*«t W. W. Sluss & Son 11 a W. Main S»rt«l ' FROStBURG . • • -*.••-. '.•-. - Filsihger Grocery Stort ECKHART ;••: :" : ' ".'>•""'.'. '• ; '-:--' : \ H. P. Staup Grocery LONACONING ' -'•' - - *-•;•••'.' Kenny's Sanitary Mkt. WESTERNPORT , •*. '" ...-• > Pattison Service Station BLOOMINGTON - •,- ^.•.•-,.---*-:-v-7-:.',^.:; Toll Gate Fruit Market Rt. 40 West.of JuAVALE . We offer liberal trade-ins and e»sy terms too! The Durst Co. 2 Main Street PHONE 265 Wise Santas Are Laying Away Their Jewelry Gifts Now at... Dean's Jewelry Gunt*r H«i*l Bldg. Frotlbyrg Phont 563 Bible Class To Meet FROSTBURG — The Van Dyke Bible Class of First • Methodist Church will, meet Tuesday at 7:30 p, m. at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Cora Griffith, Mrs. Jane Hansel, Mrs. Ida Hoyman and Mrs. Margaret Kight. The program committee consists |of Miss Margaret Hosken, Mrs. jJairies Morton, Mrs. Kate Meyers and Mrs. Agnes Sinko. Repeat Sale i .--.'. many more items added to our 'CUSTOMER RACK 1 , .-. ' -and- ' CUSTOMER TABLE THE JACKPOT PALACE THEATRE Freilburg, Md. Fri. .Sot. Cknn Ford — Dorothy McCuIr* "Trial" tttmmmm«»^9>Mmtmmmmmm mjm m • Lyric Theatre Fri. 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