Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 15
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m IH.-KEY S And Tri-Slale : Area* wm (15) Evening Times, Friday, November 18, 1955 SOChadren Attend Folk Dance Class KEYSER — Fifty children ranging in age from four.years through 1 , the fifth grade took part Wednes-lcorman, were named the winners day evening in square dance class-]of -the 1955 Farming for Better . es sponsored by Chapter 191, Wo-! Living award among 3 contestants men of the Moose, in cooperation!this year. The award was announced at the annual dinner meeting held in Better Living Award Given Farm Family OAKLAND—Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wildesen and family, of fcvith the Allegheny '• Mountain ^square Dance Club. "With Joseph Blundok as instructor and caller, the children learned two American dances, "Bingo" and'"Shoo-Fly" and two other folk dances, •"Tropanka,". a Bulgarian number, and "Jaibidi-Jaibida," a French dance. .Chaperones from the' AVOTM were Mrs. Bruce (X Snider, chairman of the project; 'Mrs. Richard Tasker, Mrs. Paul Wyatt and Mrs. t>: H. Gairett.' Members of the Moose, lodge in attendance were Dr. Bruce! 0. Snider, : Donald C. Hott and: Tom- ; 'ConlohY The latter two 'are' also ; members' of .ithe Square Dance Club. Others from the club,assisting with the dancers were Mrs. 'Frances Deputy, Miss Joan GersteU and Miss Christine Arfsten. . . ..-'•_ ',':"•• . The.-. youngsters will have their next dance session December 14. Students from the sixth grade through nigh, school-will meet at the Moose Hom«T November 30. VHS Boosters Campaign For . • •'- Ji - ~ . .•• • •' New Members LONACONING — A record, attendance marked the November meeting of the Valley Boosters Club at the'schooL .- ; . . ; Charles Daniels, president, discussed, a membership drive in the Valley school area, Midland to Barton. . .-•-•..Cecil Dye, treasurer, gave each Southern High School cafeteria member, attending a list of Valley under the auspices of the FBL Council and a number of G-arrett; County, business firms. This was Jhe eighth winner in the county, the program having been active for that many years. Other winners have, been Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hummel, Mr.. and Mrs. Ross Crowe, Mr.- and Mrs. Lenwood /Bittingeiy Mr." and Mrs. Hu-' bert A. Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. Stsnton," and Mrs. Clark ; Oldtown VFW Post To Sponsor 7 Shoot . OLDTOWN — Clifford B. Sisler Post 9451, Veterans of Foreign! Wars, "will; sporisor an .open, shoot-1 ing match Sunday at the clubhouse grounds, Uhl iHighway, starting at l-p.-m:-.':.../•••••••••' •.. .;•-' .•'•'-•: ..;••. Prizes will include hams and tur-j keys. Shot guns of .12, .16 and .20 gauge may be used in competition. If weather is inclement,' shooting will be from Inside the clubhouse. John Lewis' is chairman. G. E. and FADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURQ TELEVISION 117 Wolnvt St., Grahomrewn Phono — Froitburg 418-J Schlossnagle and Mr. and Mrs.j Stanley Baker. Mr. and Mrs. AVildesen now are eligible for'a regional prize along; with a. number, of West Virginia county winners and-will be presented $25 at a regional dinner Friday, December 9, at Morgantown. The Wildesens have two sons, John, .11, and Tommy, five.-John : placed first in the Garrett County 4-H field day with his grand champion Jersey heifer. He was also- champion showman at the field day and was third in a class of 17...in showmanship at the Cumberland Fair. His Suffolk ram took first place and and his Suffolk ewes :ook, first, second and third plac- ihgs at both evetitS: . His; ; totar.:p'rize : earnings in 1955 amounted to $114. He also was on the 4-H livestock judging^ team at the 1955 state fair. His team placed llth out of 42 teams. •-..,'. Sheep raising is a major enter- prize, with around 75 head of ewes on the Wildesen farm. A dairy herd of 26 Jerseys, mostly purebred, and a beef herd of .20 grade Angus cows are likewise-kept on this farm. Both herds have., been developed since 1951. A brood sow and about 170 laying hens round out the livestock program. )0osters enrolled in the campaign ponsored by. the Student .Council. Mrs. Wheeler Clark, Mrs. Virginia Hoffa, Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Clise, Mrs; Cecil Llewellyn, Wit- iam Byers, 1 Mrs. .Waiter; Preston ind Elmer Stevenson were enrolled or the 1955-1956 school year. It was approved by the club to have seven members on the Board 3f Trustees.. Cecil Metz, Mrs. De- ores ; 'Robertson,. -' '-Mrs. Nita Schramm; Mrs. Nellie Dye", David C. ; KJrk;. -Mrs.: Verha Howell and .Irs.-^Ruth" Clise will, serve. David E. Kirk and Mrs. Vada Vletz were appointed to the audit- ng committee. "•' •''. ' A Christmas party will be held December 14 at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Vlargaret Green, Mrs. Ruth Clise, 'ecil Dye, Mrs. Althea Stakem, Cecil Metz and Mrs. Verna Howell be the committee in charge of refreshments arid entertainment and members and their friends attending will each bring a 50-cent :ingle gift. Parking Meters To Ease.Kevser • . . -• •/ • Traffic Problem Union Thanksgiving Service Discussed PIEDMONT—The "Union Thanksgiving service-to be held in Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Westernport, Thursday at 10:,30 a. m. was discussed at a meeting of the Tri-Towns Ministerial Association at Trinity Methodist Church. The sermon will be delivered by Rev. ,L. E.Crbwsoh,-pastor of Trinity Methodist Church. The program is being arranged by Rev Robert E. Cassell, host pastor, who will be in-charge. Future meetings of the associa tion'Will be held at-10 a. m.-in- stead of 10:30. For Sale: Dressed Turkeys — any size. Phone Frostburg 941-W-l Adv.—N-T-Nov. 16-17-18 Shop for men.s gifts NOW .while you can pick and choose from peak selections. Shop HERE : where =verything you buy' is' styled! to..p lease Oj man's taste. Weekend Special 1952 Chevrolet 1" Dr., On» Own«r Excellent Condition '745 HeiskeH Motor Saltt Phone 79 Froitburg JUNIOR FAIR QUEEN AND COURT—Barbara Harr (center), a senior .at Piedmont High School,, will be crowned queen of the .school's annual Junior Fair today/at 8 p. m. in'the school audi-j .torium. Principal \ 7 erriori B. Staggers will preside and Elrose', Tibbettsi Jast year's-qiieen,: will present a bouquet of roses'to Miss- Harr.whose escort will be Edward Orndorff. Representatives from schools arid the ^sophomore' 'and junior" classes of Piedmont area High comprise the queen's court. Shown above, they include Joanna Weaver and Michael Zqllner, Ridgeley; Barbara Brant and Robert Gollner, Fort Ashby; Ann Drane and Joseph Niland, Piedmont; Jeanne Paugh and Glenn Tepbabock. Elk Garden; Eva Louise Right and Robert Kertz, Brace; 'Pat Doll, Keyser; Margaret Alkine and Russell Metcalfe, Piedmont. Following the coronation a pageant will be held. Music for dancing will be provided. HardyPlMpe •. •/ •'':'•''• ' '.'.•':•' '<.- '-'.. Fund Grpwiilg MOOREFIELD—R. S. vDispanet, chairman of the Equity,Fund Committee for the .Hardy Telephone- Company, reports a total of'$5,- . 520.90 collected to date. The amount is short the goal of $6,500 but is adequate to insure starting the project. Dispanet expressed his thanks to the Wardensville and Moorefield Lions clubs, the Mathtas, Rio and Bean Settlement Ruritans clubi and all.the Women's clubs in,the" county for help and assistance in assuring the success of the countywide telephone project Dispanet reported a contribution of S350 from Dawn Bradfleld at Wardensville, the largest contribution to date. Other donations; re- .ported at this time were Harrison- : burg Drive-In Theater, R. L. Bean, : owner; $100, South Branch Truck ; and .Implement Co., 150, H. H. Dudley Hatchery $25, Bean Settle-^ ment Ruritan Club S50, Allen's" Drug Store, $25, Harold Good $3.. Dispanet said those who have.', not yet paid their pledges may send the donation to.R. L. Baker,,, Fabius, treasurer of the company. Area Hibernian '-Auxiliary Installs Division Leaders Library Club Entertains LONACONING' — The Library Club of Valley .High. School,'under the direction of Mrs. Nora C. Troxell, observed Bood Week yesterday. Teachers -and visiting teachers recently in St. Michael's' School, MT. SAVAGE—The Ladies Auxiliary, Ancient Order Hibernians, held its county ; board meeting were in the library for punch and cookies. Presiding at the punch: bowl • were. Tillie 0 'Rourke .and Peggy Stakem: Colleen Tharpe, KEYSER — A step that may help to solve Keyset's traffic prob- em. was taken this week by the )ity Council and Mayor John C. Treeland.at their regular meeting. Council voted to install narking meters oh the west side of North >Vater Street between Armstrong and Center. Members of the cbun- Donald, Robert cil said they took the action because, many people park their cars n that block^all day long, causing considerable congestion and inconvenience to residents and store Esther Holzshu. owners of the area. [" Although there was a lengthy discussion of other possible action ,hat may alleviate traffic conges- ion, no definite action was taken. Once mora- the council discussed making Water Street from Center to the intersection of Route 220 one-way south. The council also discussed eliminating parking on Water.Street from Center to Cliff Streets and eliminating parking on the east side of Sharpless Street. Mayor Freelarid said he "hoped 1 the latter suggestion would be approved by the council. "I'm against any more one-way streets," he said. "And I believe eliminating parking on Water from Center to Cliff and on the east side of Sharpless will go a long way in solving our traffic problem." Council may act on the.proposal atlts'next regular meeting. • • ; . ' Minstrel Show Held WESTERNPORT—Four hundred persons attended the first performance Wednesday night of the third annual minstrel show in St. Peter's Hall. The second performance was held Thursday evening. William Eberiy, Frostburg, was the interlocutor. president, greeted the 'guests, Bety- Kallmyer read from her research 1 theme on Charles Dickens and Martha^ane Lewis read from ier ; theme on Lewis Carroll. Peggy Wills broadcast a skit :rom "Wuthering Heights," assisted by Darlene .Stephen, Donald Amoruso arid Althea Alexander. Library "Club William Abbott directed a skit from "Cyrano de Bergerac," assisted by Jack Atkinson, Bob Wilt and Carl Donald. . Richard Grandstaff presented lis skit of "Caine Mutiny" with characters, William -Abbott, Carl ...... .Wilt, Richard Srandstaff, William Wilson and Harry Warnick. ' Skits were under the supervision; of the Senior English teacher, Miss Isther Holzshu, : Book •'lists "of new" books were distributed and guests viewed new books on display. Posters were displayed for the contest which was open to the students. Open House Planned PIEDMONT—Friends and neighbors will hold open house for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashby at their home in . Cuoss, Sunday from 1 to 4 p. m. MAYOR AND COMMISSIONE«S OF JBAKTON. A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF 1HE STATS OF KARTLASD CHARTER AMENDMENT »ESOtT)TION NO. 1. PASSED AT THE *EGITLAS MEETING—OF SAID •- MUMCWAL CORPOBATION ON NOVEMBE* ». 1355 Adv>rtil»m»nt MANY HEAR ROBIEAT WESTERNPORT EVANGELIST L. C. ROBIE WESTERNPORT: From -the many attending the opening 'Ral lies Sunday of The Bible Salva Mori-Healing Meetings, under the direction of Evangelist L. C Robie, of .Union Springs, W.Y., i« the Westernporl, Md.," Assembly of God; LOOKS LIKE FOLK WILL SOON HAVE TO COME RATHER EARLY IN ORDER TO GET A GOOD SEAT. These meetings wil continue each nite at 7:39, except ing Mondays; until further notice Evangelist Robie, will also be on the Radio, «ver WKYR, with Rer W. •E.'Welford, pasUr, daily, a 1 U7». - Monday thr* Friday 8:45[):M; Saturday and Sanday 8:M thra »:«• — all in the imraiig HERE ARE SOME OF THE SUBJECTS FOR THE WEEK: "H»w 1 to reath ip e«« »*«* He«te»" "Tbe Biggest Bwittss M Earth" Wny »«iii* *«?» get HeaW wfce Jail e«»HI fce"; "The CB»«««I«M ICtmmaM •( God." Eyaagellf K«bie has traveled these Slates tor M rears. SOME YEARS FILOT * : .... • !•_- ^_ ,«.^^*4* ' / MTMVM Expert Installation FORMICA CABINET TOPS QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1181-W FOR FREE ESTIMATES 117 E. MAIN ST. . FROSTBURG Frostburg. The session was presided over by Mrs. Catherine McKenzie, president, and the following officers were jointly installed:. Division 6, .Cumberland—president. Mrs. Mary McGady; vice president, Mrs. Ann Fradiska; recording secretary, Mrs. Catherine McKenzie; financial : secretary, Mrs. Martha Byrne; treasurer. Mrs. Ella *Schu'te; chairlady of Irish history, Miss Loretta"Kenny: mistress-at-arms. Mrs. Mary Dudley; sentinel, Mrs. Mae Struntz; chairlady of Standing committee, Mrs.'Mabel Snyder. Division 7, Mt. Savage—president, Miss Catherine Graham; vice president, Mrs. Mary Fannon; recording secretary, Mrs. Anna Mary Beaver; financial secretary, liss Kathleen McDermitt: treas- rer, Mrs.JNellie Fannon; mistress- at-arms, -."Mrs. Margaret Walsh; entinel,VMrs. Anastacia McGann; hairlady .. of .Irish history, Mrs. Targaret Campbell; chairlady of! itanding committee, Mrs. Berna-| !ine Boyle; chairlady of missions.' VIrs. Cora Walsh; chairlady of latholic Action, Mrs. Mary Dickel. Division 6, Frostburg—president, Mrs. Genevieve Goldsworthy; vice resident, Mrs. Clara Tippen: recording secretary, .Mrs. Kathleen; Spearman; financial secretary,] Miss Mary McAllister; treasurer, Mrs. MolJy Byrnes; mistress-alarms, Mrs. . Margaret Higgens; sentinel, . Mrs. Josephine Lee; chairlady of Irish history. Mrs. Nellie Shuck: chairlady of Standing committee, Mrs. Elizabeth Matrrina: chairlady of missions. Mrs. Genevieve Brady; • chairlady of Catholic Action, Mrs. Anna Mae McGann. • Short talks were given by Mrs. Anna Mae McGann. Mrs. Nellie Fannon, Miss Katherine Graham, Mrs. Genevieve Goldsworthy, Mrs. Mary-McGady. Mrs. Ann Fradiska and Miss Loretta Kenny. Prior to the mc'sting a turke\ dinner was served to the group al the Homestead Restaurant. Plans were made to celebrate St. .Bridget's day as St.'Patrick's Social Center, Cumberland, the first Sunday in February- The 'following 1» * filr «umm«7 «f he "»bove referred to -Resolution:Resolution of the Mayor and Commis- ioner.i of Barton, * municipal corpora- ion of the State of Maryland, adopted ur.iuant to -the authority contained in Article U-E of the Constitution of the tate of Maryland, and Section 13 of Article 23A of the Annotated Code of •laryland. titled "Municipal Corpora- ions." as laid Section wat enacted by Chapter 423 of the Acts''o« 'the General Assembly of- Maryland, 195S, providing | or the amendment of the Charter of the| Mayor and Commissioners "of Barton, the! anic being Sections 3 to 14 inclusive of| Article 1 of the Code of Public Local; ws of Maryland. Everstine's 1955 Edi- ion, by adding a .new nection to «aid| rhartcr, designated as Section 8A, which j follow immediately after Section 8j and before Section 9 of Article 1. and! hich shall.be subtitled "Water Sys-j em", by which the Mayor and Commis- 1 iioners of Barton are to be authorized; o purchase from any existing. company. j or to construct » new water. lystem. fori he Municipality of Barton; and to operate and maintain a water tyitem and to authorize by ordinance lor the charging of'water'rents and .-to "otberwlie operate and maintain efficiently • Municipal wa- er system,, and whertby tbe Mayor and Commissioners of Barton, are authorized to enact an ordinance or ordinances providing • : for the issuance _ot Municipal Bonds, not to exceed . *'orty, ; Thousand Dollars C.'HO.OOu.uO), for the purchase or construction of a Municipal > water system, which bonds are to, bear an Intere.st rate not in excess of 4% per annum, and the principal -and' interest of said bonds are to be paid" from water- revenues, or other sources legally available to the -n of Barton, and the full faith and credit of the Town of Barton to the extent allowed by subsecUon (C) of Section BUY NOW and SAVE Before Increase in Price Spred Serin (for walls) Glidden Houst Paints Rock Spar Varnish Raise Due Novtmbtr 21st L NEILSON & SON S. Water Sh Ext'd Phone 787-M FROSTBURG Moorefield Seeking Flood Prevention Aid ROMNEY—The Potomac Valley! 1 Conservation District has" received; an application for flood prevention] aid from the Town Council ofi Plans Christmas Parly LONACONING — The Ladies Bible Class of First Presbyterian Church met recently in the educa tional building and made plans for a Christmas .party Decerhber 2 Dinner will be prepared and served by members of the Adult Choir. For Kent: Furnished apartment, 4 rooms, bath, automatic heat -. Phone Frostburg 1138. Adv.—Nov. iSi-T 16-17-18 Moorefield. • \ j The application is the result'of a"! recent joint meeting of the. council j arfd the Hardy County Court toj discuss the problem of; floods.j Floods which struck Moorefield in the past decade were caused by! high waters, coming from the junc-l tion of South Fork and the South 1 Branch. INSULATION STORM SASH '4.54 * SLEEMAN BROS. PHONE 3lV Frostburg -,".'.' CUT HALF COST with , , , , GRO-CALF , , , Kaico S««d of 1h» month far Nevimbtr ptr Hund>«l or $6.00 per Ion ROBESOH FARM SERVICI -.-..- : THt KASCO STOXE R«or lit {.Main Si.' Fraitfauri PHONE JS59-M IIIIIIIIIII LAYAWAY Christmas NOW! Holmes & Company LONACONING TIMELY &£t IDEAS firt the uikote tnjnity 37 of Chapter 423 General Assembly ot the Acts of the ^ ..... __ ____________ of M»ryl»n<l. ii»u'be'plrd«ed^for «i« piyment o( the principal »nd interest of «»ld bond.?.- the said bonds. to be Issued »IM pursuunt to Sectlont 31 to 3» of Chapter 473 of the Acts of. tK« General AM*mblr of M»r>" land. 1955. title "Home Rule", JUbtlUe 'Creation of Municipal Debt", provided, however, that no bondi thill be Issued without the Dillon of iMuinf Mid bonds being • iint lubmltted . to * nlmndam ' of the qualified . of tW'Mu»l«lp»H ty of Barton and reipilriBC tl» a»f rural in»}«rtt3r «e MHNW T«M«j »pp« wen b«f»r« ; wM bo«d« m»j be l«wed, tnt furOwr pr»Tl««« tkat thli AnMMrifAMl fttMMaM Mil bc- y «»yrift«r ' ItM, e< tin *•««• «•*-*. . lion with the Mayor ind Conuninlwwrm of Barton within forty ins* *n*T Norwn 9, 1«SS, * r*f*T»«d«m «n ..,„ ----- _ ---- ---- - _.„. WHAT " THRILLING STORIES- 11 I. Mthi It. , , the nibject matter of Oil* Chtrter Am«lld *»act eontalnin« h» bwn vo«t«l at th« T«»TI .-— ~ nwnt. • A rtsflutloa travel Mll«s A ' taktag Ka-1 I* Birtm, wlvirt tlw iam« »»r *» »r ifl lnt»r««f»< ••«*»». AMTHUR r. . M for fhe Thanksgiving Alumni ---DANCE--—- Full 'or'. Sheath. Skirted All full of fashion — in every style,,. c»lor and fabric Priced from $16.98 READY MADE DRAPERIES 90-inch Length — Plain and ; Flor«l $4.50 - $6;50 ..* GIFT ITEMS Pillow Ca$ei — Sheets Towel Sets — Blankets — Bed Spreads International Sewing Mschiri»: . $39.93 .-'...• (Do« Everything) . . Paint by Number;— Gift Sets WEHLER'S 5 E. Main St. Frostburg For your Thanksgiving dinner we have $2 each from HOSKIN'S and LAYMAN'S on a turkey, rolls and cake irom FROSTBURG BAKERY, after-dinner mints from DOLORES TRULY, and cranberries, potatoes, and mincemeat from JO-LE-KAY MARKET. Write «s. Box 23, Frostburg, and tell us the location oj Plymouth Rock and the date ojf the first Thanksgiving. Winner drawn from correct answers. Candy idnner; Bobby-Williams, Frostburg. .*•*** Make your Thanksgiving meal complete with the best milk around. Call DASHIELL DAIRY. HO-3-5764, and have Charlie deliver you yours tomorrow as well as some of .their delicious cottage cheeie. Looking forward to Christmas, visit th« GIFT SHOP •arlf and select Norcroai cards for everyone on your Chriahrsa* Hst WEHLER'8 bare • new shipment of M«r«d and acts and ready-made drapes.»» low M K.4R. Stop In now. Your Thanksgiving dinner couldn't potsibly to eompteto wlftwt , a lucious pumpkin pie from th« FROSTBURG BAKERT. * * * * PRICHARD'S have the largest selection of toys we've se*n. Boy them early on lay-away, budget plan or 60-day charge. *.***. This is the season to think of completely automatic stone-lined, rust-proof water heaters from LAYMAN'S. Just $79.50. * * * * . Before you choose, compare. Ask your RocK of Ages dealer to 1 show you cemetery permanence. Call 52-J, IRWIN MEMORIAL*. * * * * For something different, visit WORKMAN'S RESTAURANT and have John fix you his new snack platter or a testy oyster tte*. * '.* * ,*. ~ Start a Christmas lay-away with a Sunbeam automatic fry p«a at the FROSTBURG APPLIANCE CENTER. Se« Leo or LeRar* 'about any of your favorite Sunbeam appliances. '.* Buy your Christmas cameras, films, and supplies from WAGXER"* * DRUG STORE. Westernport Christopher does their developing. * Hovr about stopping in ELLIS CONFECTIONERY. Wesfceraport, * and let Ethel sell you a box of Schrafft's or Daggetfs caody. « >, L • •• i • ,^^ • -A,- • . - ". ','••.,"•' M • ^ i ^ ' W " ^ ' . jjj For your teen age daughter, give her a Lane cedar dwst to malt * her dreams come true this Christmas. See them on dwptoy to J HAFER'S. Ask Joe or Nellie to show you their selection. » Jp-LE-KAY MARKET has a free gift for some one. They will gtve * •away a 10-piece set.of.:alurriinum ware (worth $26.) to some lucky * customer for Christmas. Free tickets given with purchases. : * ;.' '•"•• ' '.' ic •*• it '-. : "it • •' '-.'. '•''".'."' .; • '-• We're sporting the new Italian short page-boy cut—the latest J rave from the beauty palor .. .PAT'S BEAUTY SALON, that if. '•»' . : . ..it. it-, it • it -:-..••:::.- ,-•;.•: .• .* While your children are growing up, build savings tliat grow *with them Save wisely at the FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK, j, .*•*••*/* • - .."' '.' ••'• Have you called Frostburj; 531-W, BEKNICE-KOflOOT to make an appointment for your portrait foe Christinas y«t! . . W« always take. o«r insurance problems to A, F. SURANCE. Lonaconing. JIM* eaU HO-3-JW ter «r m. «. KHMMEL. PWdmont,;-111 featartiig caf*. and fUU suitable for DM tnttrt tm&y, '•'••• ••*. for OwtotoBM BOSKlNt MU, Trench purses in pastel colon, plain MM) from |3.M up. All iwuirMi leather. Lwtly fift*. '/ ^ '•• : ' =. "'•••• •• .it *.*•.*"..'.-. Ow cloth*s are afl tl»aM<! and w«*rt rwdir »c gt *» tot flMaaiawln*. KhKJ . ;«m ..«»•; at .»: A * * * * *

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