Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 21, 1955 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, November 21, 1955
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FitOSTBIJRG-KEYSER A ml Tri-State Area News (14) Evening Times, Monday, November 21, 1955 Groups Plan Annual Party At Frostburg FROSTBURG annual Christmas Plans for the party for the children of the community were discussed at a recent meeting of veteran organizations and auxiliaries at the home of Farrady Post 24, American Legion. Among those attending were: Robert Barr, D.A'.V. commander; James Eisentrout, VFW com mander; Margaret Eisel. president of the VFW Auxiliary; Web Ball, commander, and James Frazier, adjutant, Cecil Randolph Post, American Legion; Mrs. Idabelle Gordon, president, of Cecil Randolph Post Auxiliary; William Preston, Farrady Post; Mrs. An : gela Jackson; president. Farrady Post Auxiliary, and Mrs. Rhea Mrs. Ruth Ferree, Norris and members. The date, time and place for the Christmas party will be announced later. Brief Mention Mrs. Charles Bean and daughter, Zihlman; Mrs. John Gordon and twin,sons, RD 1; Mrs. Ellis Crowe and son, RD 2, and Mrs. Harold Folk and daughter, Mt. Savage, have returned to their homes from Miners Hospital. Mrs. John McKcnzie,. Sand Union Voting On Pay Hike LUKE — Members of Local 676, United Paperworkers of America, today began voting on the pay increases recently negotiated by the union and the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. Wilbur Johnson, president, said the voting got under way at 1:30 p. m., and another, .meeting is scheduled for 7:30. p. m. today at the Union Hall, Westernport. Employes of the Covington, VE plant ratified the company offi for a five per cent across-the-boar pay-hike, with an eight; cent a hour minimum increase. The plan was the first to ratify'the contrac 'At the same time the worker rejected a company compulsor Blue Cross hospitalization plan an postponed a vote on a job evalu ation proposal until "a later date. Employes at the West Virgin! Pulp and Paper Company's plan at Williamsburg,- Pa., will vote to Spring; Gertrude Eagan. Midland; McCulloh Street; Nancy Carter,. Frank Crowe, RD Elizabeth Werner, RD 2: Barbara .Filsinger, Eckhart; Mel via • Harris.. • Mill Street; Delores Rafferty. Zihlman; Charlotte McAlpine, Midland, and Helen Adams, RD 2, recent patients in Miners Hospital, have returned to their : homes, Mrs. : Phillip 'Off-man',.East.Main Street, is home from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, following surgery. --,.' Mrs. Richard Mastrino and infant daughter have returned to their home in : Consol from Miners Hospital.. Harry Crowe, director of the Junior.and Senior Choirs, of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, announces that the rehearsal scheduled Friday night has .been cancelled due to the -Thanksgiving holidays. ••••'••' William Drees, RD 2, has return ed to his:home after being a surgical patient in Miners Hospital. Morris Gerson, resident' of' the Gunter Hotel, was admitted to Memorial' Hospital, Cumberland, Friday with injuries suffered in-« fall down a flight of stairs at the hotel.' Besides shock, he sustained a fractured leg. ' • morrow. The firm's old contract with its employes expired last Thursday. Newman Club Holds Assembly FROSTBURG - The Newmar Club of Frostburg State Teacher College sponsored the anriua Thanksgiving assembly- today in Compton Hall. Other business at a recent meet ing included a donation to.a worthy cause, selecting a delegate to at tend the regional -Newman Club meeting in Baltimore and plans for a communion 'breakfast, to'be fol lowed by a formal initiation of new members at St. Michael's-Catholic Church, a Sunday, December 4. Following the business session a short talk on "The Relationship With Our 'Fellow Students" was given by Rev. Regis F. Larkin chaplain to the group. • Speaker Named For Meeting WESTERNPORT - Miss Bessie P.-Spangler. Coraopolis, Pa,, will be the principal speaker at a meeting of the Westernport and Luke Civic Club today at 7:30 p. m., at the Hammond Street School. Mrs. Spangler, a cousin of Mrs. William U. • Simpson, president of the club, will give a talk on her recent trip through the Mediterranean and Holy Land. A musical program will be presented and refreshments served with Mrs. May Adams as chairman, in charge. .,. • Rowlesburg Club Sliowii Two Films ROWLESBURG - The Rowles- jurg Business and Professional Women's Club held its November dinner meeting' recently at the Howard Hotel. • . The i program arranged by the health and safety committee composed of Mrs.' Paul Funk, Mrs. Homer Henline, Mrs. Richard Weltman,. Mrs. C. M; Wheeler and Mrs. Elbern Thompson, ^featured two films, "Home at the Wheel," and "The Steps of Age," and a song "this Old Car," composed by Mrs. Funk. . .','-..' After the treasurer, Mrs. Richard Weltman, gave the financial report, it was decided to contribute $25 toward the new fire truck, and to send a note of thanks to Joseph Nassif for use' of his building for a rummage sale. The Public Affairs committee headed by Mrs. George Ayersman will arrange' the program for December. Seventeen members were present. VFW Unit To Meet FROSTBVRG — John R. Fairgrieve 'Unit 2462, VFW Auxiliary, will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m.-at the Post Home, with Mrs. Margaret Eisle presiding. November airthdays.will be observed following the' business session. Yule Lighting Projects Set At Lonaconing LONACONING—Christmas street lights will decorate the comriunity again with colored light streamers to light the town as the holiday nears. The LonaconiAg Community Street Decorating Fund makes possible the annual decorations. The Junior Tri-Hi-Y Girls Club of Valley High School made a house-to- house canvass last week and ?64.29 was presented to the decorating committee. There will be a grocery games party tomorrow evening at the Firemen's Armory for the project. Mrs. Margaret Lintz is chairman of the party which will begin at 8 p.m. Donations of canned goods and jrbcery items may be left at Eich- lorn's Store. ^ « Prizes are being collected'also to be given at the games party. Many merchants have donated prizes. Class Conducts Meet At Droppleman Honie KEYSER—Mrs. Bane's Sunday School class held meeting a recent its monthly evening at he home of Mrs... John Droppleman, South-Main Street: Mrs. I. V. Matiick, Mrs; John Gill, and Irs. Sallie Houser.were co-hostes- es. Mrs- Lester -Gates presided at ie business session.- , . \ Plans for the Christmas;meeting ;vere discussed and a basket will e filled again "this year by the lass... Mrs! Kimmel Purgitt con- ucted devotions/using as her teme, "The Lesson of the Leaf." n auction sale -was continued from ast month's meeting under Mrs. Graham Pifer's..direction. . . "• • Attending other than the hos esses were Mesdames Graham 3 ifer, Glenn Jackson, Arnet Swish- r, Floyd Boor. Kimmel Purgitt, 'a'rl Peters., Ervin Bane, Ray right,. Rebecca Homan,' Joseph Voodard, Robert Wilt, Myda-Neel, lebecca Kelley,. Bruce . Mathias, esler pates, Ross Pfysb'ck and iisses Alma Peter and Virginia enkins. JUNIOR FAIR QUEEN—Barbara.Harr,^daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harr, Piedmont, is shown following her coronation as queen of the annual Junior Fair last Friday night at Piedmont High School. A senior student, she was crowned by Vernon A. Staggers, principal, and presented a bouquet by Elrose Tibbetts,. last year's queen. . . ',-.•-. " I Homemakers Unit Sodality Plans Names Leaders call High Aluuini leeliiig Wednesday FROSTBURG — Mrs. Annette jerson, president of the Beall High chool Alumni Association, has an- ounced that the annual meeting ill be held Wednesday at 7:30 . m. at Beall High School. .The group will also sponsor the nnual Thanksgiving Day dance at he Clary Club. jolleclions Delayed ' FROSTBURG — City Clerk Alec lose has announced that because ' the Thanksgiving holiday Thurs ay the trash collection east of roadway for that day will be osj-pohed and collected on Friday ong with the regular garbage ollection. South America has a mean ele- ation of 1800 feet. Antarctica has the highest mean evation of the world's seven connents: 6000 feet. They'll Do It Every Time .«. By Jimmy Hado HOWCUM ? OM GOOr?-WE4TMEf? DdVS.TME R4SSENSER PUMES T4XI RIGHT UP TO THE V/AmtiG ROOM DOOR CLOUDBURST 3 WALK FURTHER WILBUR MO ORVILLE FLEW— B4SSEN6ERS •MIDLAND — Miss Mary Wise, Allegany County home demonstration agent, spoke at the monthly meeting of the Midland Homemakers Club in Red Men's Hall. She discussed "Proper Wall and Floor Coverings." ".'•,.Mrs. John Cook, president of the County Homemakers,' attended. Members from clubs at LaVale, Cumberland, Eckhart,. Shaft and Lonaconing were also guests. . At the business meeting, Mrs. Pearl Blair 'presided and donations were made to the Civic Club for street decorations for Christmas and to the Midland Firemen for a Christmas treat for. children of the community. The club will hold its annual Christmas party at the regular December meeting in the form of a 'covered dish supper and jingle party. ' . . The nominating committee reported and named' Mrs. Anna Stakem, president, and Mrs. Pansy Thrasher, treasurer. Mrs. Russell Durst was appointed secretary to fill the .unexpired term of Mrs. Anna Stakem. ..-.'• . Refreshments were served following the meeting. Brief Mention Mrs. Louise Smith and Miss Frances Clare Smith, Aliquippa, Pa.; Mrs. J.ohn Liebegott and Mrs. Thomas Carringan, Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Charles Smith, Baltimore, were recent guests of Misses Bee and Marge Reilly and Mrs. Harry Sulser. Mrs. Jenny Gibby, who has been a medical patient in Memorial Hospital; returned home recently. George' Shearer," Dan's. Rock Road, is a-medical 'patient in Miners Hospital. . . • . . . - ' John Ravenscroft is a patient in Miners Hospital where he is being treated for a leg injury. . Mrs. Annie Berry is ill at her 1 lome on Big Lane. .. " : . Mrs. George Winner has returned home from Miners Hospital where she had been a medical patient. . ' . . Yuletide Party MT. SAVAGE — plans were made for a Christmas party for the pupils of St. Patricks' Parochial School at a recent meeting of the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary. , . . . Mrs. George Deffenbaugh, chairman, will. be" assisted by Mrs. Joseph Nolan,. Mrs. Mary Alice Windemuth, Mrs. Frank Mulligan, Mrs. Thomas Kilduff, Mrs. Henry Bever, Mrs. John Crowe and Mrs. Robert Mulligan. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs.'Walter Grahame, Highland Falls, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Rockwell Grahame, Detroit, returned after visiting relatives. Miss Jo Ann Reed, Bethesda, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reed. • .Mr. and Mrs. William Best hav gone to San Antonio", Texas, to at tend the wedding of their son William L. Best, to Miss Margare Diane Peterson.. The ceremonj will be • performed Wednesday in Alamo Methodist Church there. Dr. Hilda J. Walters Addresses Beall PTA FROSTBURG Dr. 'Hilda Walters,' local physician, spoke at a recent meeting of the Beall Ele- mentdry" School PTA in the' school auditorium. She spoke on "Prevention of Heart Disease," and "Care of Heart Patients." Teachers were in their classrooms for visitation and the .meeting was in charge of Mrs. Clyde Settle, ' president. Earl, - Brain, principal, thanked parents for their cooperation during the recent magazine drive and told of the large attendance during Education Week visitation. summer conference, and Lucius Harper, soloist, sang "I'm Satisfied," accompanied by Miss Martha Ann Spriggs. Refreshments were served in the cafeteria. : Fruit Cakes Arrive For Lions Sale WESTERNPORT—Garland Che shire, president-of the Westernpor and Luke Lions Club, announcer at the dinner meeting of the club at Mt. Calvary- Lutheran Church recently that the 275-frui cakes ordered have been receivet and delivery will be made. The money realized from this project will be used for the sigh conservation project. Annual sale of the 'Christmas trees. by . the cluti will'be held again this year. J. William' Beck has been named chairman of the committee to purchase the trees. Chiirch Loop To Name Director Board Today WESTERNPORT — The second meeting of the - reorganized Tri Towns Church Basketball League will be held today at 7:30 p. m. a Bruce High School. : A board of directors will be named, the group to include i member from each church participating in the league Coach William Miers of Piedmont High School and Coach Leonard ,C. Ritchie of Bruce High School. • ) Homemakers Club To Elect Officers FROSTBURG - The Frostburg Homemakers Club will meet tomorrow in Room 20,4 of State Teachers College, Old Main. Mrs. Thelma Wilsjjn will give a report on the national covention in Chicago and Mrs. Marion 'Skidmore Clyde Settle gave a report on the will give a short talk on the area clothing meeting she attended. A new president and treasurer will be elected. Hostesses will be Mrs. Eugene Valentine, chairman, Mrs. Henry Shaffer, Mre. Royal Skidmore v Mrs. Henry Weber, Mrs. William' Walker and Miss Catherine Wilson. OUT OUR WAY Damage Suit Against D&E Transferred ELKINS — The damage suit o: Stephen P. Toadvine agains Davis and Elkins. College will be tried in the Circuit Court of Tuc ker County in January, Judge Stal ley Bosworth of the Randolph County Circuit Court has disclosed Transfer ( !dr the case resulte< from the disqualification of-Judge Bosworth when the case was call ed in court here! last week.' Judge Bosworth said that Judge Ernest A. See of the 2lst Judicia Circuit had agreed to try the case at Parsons where court will be convened December 20. Previously, Judge Bosworth hat continued-the case after he hat been disqualified from hearing the action; . After he was disqualified from hearing the case. Judge Bosworth said that three courses were open: (1) to elect a special judge; (2) to try to 'secure another .judge to come here ; for the trial, and (3) to transfer the case to another circuit. -. '..- ••••'.-.• Judge Bosworth : had expressed himself as believing, it might be difficult;to.bring another judge to Randolph County_ for. the trial and later revealed the : transfer --to the 21st Circuit. -.: ' ~ •• .•'•'•' :: Judge Bosworth was disqualified after he had made known his con hections with the Presbyterian Church and Davis and Elkins Col lege. The college is a Presbyterian institution. Toadvine is suing the college for $50,000 damages, alleging in his de claration that he was improper ly dismissed-from the faculty of the institution. He avers that a teaching contract guaranteed him employment until he was 65 anc that he could not be dismissed except for cause in which-his case would be given a hearing which was not done. Judge Bosworth stated when the case was called that the trial would not begin until December 5, but that the selection of a jury could begin. He said that he anticipated .that considerable- time would be required to impanel a jury as he must inquire into a gooc many subjects as he .questioned prospective jurors. The jurist said it would be neces sary for him to question members of the jury panel regarding their educational background, their connections with Davis and Elkins College and their connections with the Presbyterian Church. In this connection, Judge Bosworth said that he wished the record to show that he was a graduate of Davis and Elkins 'College, and he is a member of the Presbyterian Church and pays dues to the benevolent fund to-which he contributes goes to the college. Judge Bosworth invited counsel in the case to move for his disqualification. Cyrus S. Kump, counsel for the college, stated that he had no objections to Judge Bosworth trying the case b\it Bonn Brown, attorney for Toadvine, stated that'he wished to reserve any decision on the mat- :er until after the questioning, of "urors. He added that his position was no reflection upon Judge 3osworth with whom he was long associated in the legal field. Kump replied -that he believed the judge questioning the jurors should try the case. KC Meets Today FROSTBURG.—Frostburg Council 1442, Knights of Columbus, will at 8.-p. mi at .the Council Home. The speaker will be Rev. Trancis Montgomery, assistant pastor.of St.. Michael's .Catholic Ihurch. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry - Eat. talk,'laugh or sneeze-without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wobbling. FASTEETH holds plates firmer and 1 more comfortably. This pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause naueea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checlcg "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at »ny drug counter. ' 'Advertisement SPECIAL THIS WEEK 1949 HUDSON Deluxe, 4 Door, Good Shape — '195. Green Chev. Co. 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(AP Photo) Methodist WSCS To Hold Meetings ROWLESBURG — The Woman's Society of. Christian Service of hrist Methodist Church will meet each Monday for the next three consecutive Mondays for the study of five spiritual classics. Mrs. Arta F. Shomo, .spiritual life secretary for Moorefield District is the teacher. A meeting was held Friday at the home of Mrs. Donald Hovatter, and the.meeting today will be at the home of Mrs. A. J. Moore. Circle 1 met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Stanley Casteel' Sr. Ten members were present. The December meeting will'; be held at the home of Mrs. Lester Chambers. Circle 2 convened 'at the home of Mrs. -Grover Fraley with 2G members and guests present. Mrs. May Felton was co-hostess. The December meeting will be held at Jie home of Mrs. Ada Nine. Circle 3 met at the home 01 Mrs: Susan P. Funk with 10 members present. - The December meet- ng will be held at the home ol Mrs. Jessie Ashburn. Coal is the chief mineral product f the state of Washington. Area Family Arrives Safely In Germany MT. 'SAVAGE-—Mrs.-.. O'Rourke and children, Joseph;; 1 James. Mary Ann and Kathleen;'" arrived safely in Heidelberg,'.Ger-' ; many, according to a cablegram received by relatives. ' '••'• The O'Rourke family, accompa'n-' ied by Mrs. Joseph Noonan,'moth- : er of Mrs. O'Rourke,' sailed from'" New York November 5 arid arrived" at their destination November 12 to_ join Lt. Janies O'Rourke who is" attached to the '65th Machine Records Unit. They expect to' be-in Germany for three years. ' : ; • . • . ,'r! All-Niglit Sing Set ; - KEYSER — Sponsored by Sunny-side Church of the Brethren, aft- all-night sing will be held Novenv-. ber 26 at 8 p. m. in Keyser .High* School auditorium.. Participating- will be the "Friendly Four" quartet and "Four. Tones" from Har^ risonburg, Va., and the "Tally"Brothers" quartet of Brevard. N. C.,^ Frostburg,. Welding . Shop—Gen> eral- repair. 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