Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 15
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Cumberland, Maryland
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FRO$TIHIU;-KI,YSER .' ; ^OA^^ News : - : , '\-'. (15). ^veiling Times, Wednesday, November 23, 1955 Better Photic At ' America 9 sMostBeaiitifulMail Carrier 9 Substitutes For Dad i —A new switchboard position has been provided in the .Frostburgv telephone office and six circuits added from, there I to Cumberland;- .according" : to *C. ' Walter Haschert, Cumberland manager of .the C&Pt ; Telephone:Company., •':•'.- .;•,.". •..•...'*"".. •'•-•''- ..' . He said the switchboard position, placed .into operation Monday, brings the total in the Frostburg office to six and?will provide .greater calling capacity^ •;.;;.; : v •;•-' : At the same: rime, ; six additional Cumberland .to Frostburg circuits were 'added, bringing 'the : total trunk lines to 36.. School Drill Units" Formed MT. SAVAGE—Forty-eight girls constitute the .drill team which has been organized., under the super-: vision of Miss Charlotte Wild, girls' physical educational instructor, at Mt. Savage High School. The girls will perform at the basketball games starting December, 6, when Mt.'Savage will play bldtown."' "•. '..;•" :;.-. '•;•."". "The girls" have been divided into ] thfee- groups. Th*e participating Haschert said the firm'feels thejin,Group 1 with Betty Fulk. representative, are ; Barbara : "Bennett, Mary? 'Bennett, .•'.'^Shirley- Blank, Betty 'Burkett;*,..'Peggie;^ Carter, Carolyn Cessriar Kathleen .Cham- additional /equipment will provide' adequate facilities foi^the Curnber- landr-Frostburg traffic./. ... ,. ; '. Traffic between the cities has increased ..-.sharply,'both\iri number and duration; since '"••. toll 'charges \vere .removed. '....: •:• . : '.'•'. Brief. Mention '.. Arthur G. ' Ramey, a resident "of .the Gunter Hotel, is a-surgical-:patient in Johns' Hopkins 'Hospital, Baltimore. -, • • • ••.-. '•'";. Mrs'.-Wirifield Crowe, Carlos, is a patient in -Miners Hospital. :Mrs. James .Tlice'v arid sori, of 3RD 2, and Mrs. EyeretSBaker and son, also of : RD 2,1 are'"Borne fromi Miners Hospital. ' . '~. . . , George Layman, Broadway, is a patieht'.in.'Miriers'Hospital. ." .'...-'.v Miss Melda : Engle, "Sand Spring, Is ill at her home.. .. ; -_-.- . • ADD—"BetterPhone"—(Corres ... James Beach ,Sr., Soutft.,Water Street,'- is•aupatient in- Memorial Hospital,.^Cumberland;.,,:- ••, •;.;,' . • Mrs'.' ..Marilyn-; McKenzie, .1^6 Glenn Street, and Mrs. Lois ; Sluss, 91 Bowery Street, 'are tients in-Muiers-Hospital. ." .•; .. »•' Mary Lynch,!'-RD'i,: Frostburg'; .Mildred Mir, '235 Welsh"' Hill, and Miss Isabelle Walker, Midlothian, are surgical .patients in:; Miners \Hospital..; ; ;; i. '. / ;.-. : ,- . , : Robes Ordered For VHS Choir '. LONiCQlftNG' — : .The Valley .Boosters. Club has ordered blue choir robes for the Music Department of ..galley High School. It is anticipated, the robes -will be received in, time for tfte^Christmas program.' Mrs. Doris B. Mitchell and Joseph L/Derry are..directors of the mixed chorus planning for the Yule : program. Students, who will be wearing the .robes are Richard •Rennie, Judy Gatrell, William Bar\ clay, Mackey McKenzie, Sandy Dillon, Alrna"' Timney,- Arnie Perry Chappell, Margaret . McCormick, Corrina; Llewellyn," Shirley Snyder, Ruth Schramm, Barbara Mowbray. Also ; . Gerald Llewellyn, Gordon Green, Sandy Carter, Irene Hei- .land, Carole J. McFarlane, Althea Alexander, Kenneth Metz, Gordon Stevenson, Paul Barclay, Kenneth Grandstaff, Lionel Baker, George v Winters, Gait Broadwater,: Dona Stafford, Sally 'Kelly, Sally Steiding, Judy Marshall, Brenda Ravenscroft, Betty Lou Preston; Ruth- Deniker, Peggy WiUs, Tillie 0'- Rourke, Darlene Stephen, Jo Ann Connor, .Colleen Beeman, Sandra McKinley, 'Rae -Ann Eichhorri, ' Richard Grandstaff, Anna Mae Bishop/ Donna Fa.'enbaker, Deanna Martin, Jo Ann' McPartland, Lois Howell, Ed McCo.rmick and Virginia Carol Metz. Thomas P. Staup is directing the dramatics for the Christmas presentation.. No dateYhas.been set yet for the program-to be presented in the Valley High School auditorium; -••''•" The choir robes will have white collars-for the girls. bers,' Lepria: Conrad, Virginia; De : vpre/Drena Dickel, April tDorsey, Sandra: Duckworth,., and Rosalie Femi..., •''./''. •. '.':. •• ; '- .'•; -; .-': • .Those in Group I'-with'-Dorothy .ease,- representative,, are Carol Frankehberfy, "..Marlehe. .Walbert, Geraldine Gordon. Kay Lashley. Janet Izzett, Meredith Lease, Mary Lee,-;Pat Lepley,- Pat -Mallpy, De,ores :: Martin,-Darlene Martin. Elsie Miller; Alice Morgan, Mary Parry. Dorothy McCray, Mary Burkett. In Group 3 with Virginia Smith, representative... are>Paula-...' Poorbaugh.;Ruby. Rice, > T orrria "Riggle- men, Mary, Rbbertsori,..Mary. Smith'v \ T orma'. Smith, • Mary Spataro, Pat Spbna\igjfi, Donna . Winebrenner, Sue Winebrenner^ Wanda Winebrenner, and Doris Harden. . .; : ',They will vi'ear .gold' -and Kelly -"green ' .skirts . arid ' will be mown as "The.Savagettes." ..••':. Training Meet Held At Keyser KEYSER—Officers of the Winchester Presbytery conducted a training'session Sunday in Keyser Presbyterian "Church with 15 rnem- ; bers representing six churches. Paul'ilverson, city,: outlined the organizational framework of the Presbytery, synod and assembly • and the relationship • to . the local men's dub of'the church. Daviij G. Nuzum, chairman, discussed -the aims and goals; for ,men and led a'discussion on promotion of men's work within the Presbyterian Church. Dr. John D. MacLeod Jr., pastor of ttie local church, concluded with an analysis of the /pastor's role'in the work of the •men in the church..During a refreshment period/ James; Fraser •served'las host following the study period: . •"' * "'"' ..'' ; Representing the-Keyser Presley- terian-Church Men's Club .were • Frank:. Reedy; president, and Charles Moon, secretary-treasurer: W. C. Bailey, Rev. P. Cary Adamsl .and.G. K. Kump, Romney: Foster' '. Bland of Thomas: Arthur Trenton ' anfl Vernon Layton of Petersburg; Arthur' Evers, of .Bethel Church: I Rev. Robert M. Campbell and George Robertson* Piedmont , Paul C. Rbuzer, president of lb.e '•Men s .-of Winchester Presbytery, conducted a'similar school for officers of men's clubs at'Winchester Presbyterian Church t S u n d a y. Twenty attended. Artist Paints nia Seal On'Large Flags'. FROSTBURG'—Charles Ingle, commercial artist of Richmond and son of Mr. and. Mrs. Charles F_ Engle, 35 Stoyer Street, recently completed painting the Virginia seal on two of the largest Virginia state flags, ever made. The -flags ' will be flown over Thelhimers Store in Richmond with two American flags. All four janners wUl^Jmeasure' 12 'feet by 22.8 feet, according to flagmaster, H. I." Sherritt. For Ingle, the flags meant long lours of painting. They were too arge to permit the use of a screen process and too many colors, 13, were required, so. that the state seal could not be sewn on the lags' -dark-blue fields. Instead, Ingle made a perforated japer pattern of,, the seal, .-laid it over the white nylon and dusted powdered charcoal oven: the'; pat- :ern. The charcoal • sifted through :he perforations, giving Ingle an outline on the nylon for his paints. Ingle, graduate of Beall High School, class of 1928, is married to ,he former Miss Marion Shyrock of Salisbury, Pa., and is the father of one child, Charles Jr. . ROMNEY — When Fred Lupton, rural mail carrier from Kirby, was Involved in a motor vehicle accident last July and spent two months in Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, little did he •'realize that he had set the. wheel of fate in motion and tha£ it would spin until lis attractive 22-yea^-old daughter, Jetty was proclaimed "America's most beautiful rural mail carrier."' .Betty, who is blonde and blue eyed, was employed, in the office of Alderson-Broaddus College, Philipi, when her father- had the accident. . ' -. ' ,She resigned Ijer position and r.e- :urn.ed home to take over the 35- mile mail route he had been work- rig. She makes a.round-trip from Kirby; to Shanks .each day, over dirt road ; thai becomes rugged and lazardous during bad weather, and says she;.."likes tlie.workj". . .. : During her' father's hospitaliza- ion; Betty.was a frequent visitor .0 Baker VA Center. There she met \'illiam Harnsberger, hospital pubic --relations director./ . .. •;• Harnsberger was appointed chair-: man of arrangements for the-Apple Harvest ball, which was held at lie.Sheraton-Park Hotel, .Washing:on; November 5. He arranged .to have Mary, Ann Power ; . Qu£en Silvia at the Forest Festival in E}-j dns,- to reign "ES queen of the! ball. . In'/ picking "attendants/ for; the queen, -he chose 'six West' Virginia co-eds and Betty Lupton. At the jail, she was introduced as "Amer- .ca's most beautiful rural route nail, carrier." .. : '•..•'.'. . , : •• .Betty., is extremely 'modest about .he 'honor'•bestowed .upon; her •-.• and| says-it-is: "just one man's -opin-l Ori ; "::>^:;a r ;.- •'::•;.;. ; .---"Mv •••';) -She as: a 1950.graduate. of^.Romney High School and was employed in ;the bookkeeping' department ."of the:Union Trust Company, Wash- ngtqh,, her employment at Alderson-Broaddus. , ; ...., ...' -.' Each ; day,! rain, snow or-sunshine: she goes about her work quietly and efficiently.^ -• Her father, who 'able to ride with his daughterV often makes the trips with her, but the. World War,"I veteran says that'he feels that "Fred's working days are over" due to the permanent results, of injuries-received in the accident Charity Dance Slated Friday WESTERNPORT — The annual Thanksgiving charity dance sponsored by the 'Social Welfare Club will be held Friday at the home of Victory Post 155, American Legion. Music from 3 p. m. to 1 a. m., will be provided by Grusendorf's Orchestra of Keyser. Reservations for ;ables may be secured'from Mrs. Virfinia Wiltison, Luke, .22431. Mrs. Eleanor Nelson and Mrs. Doris Bantz are co-chairmen of ;he affair. '_.... Brief ^Mention Hammond Street The School Pafrent-Teacher Association will hold a bake sale Saturday at the Half-Price Store, Main Street, be : ginning at 9 a. m. ~ . The regular dinner meeting of the .AVesternport and' Luke Lions Club will be held Friday:at 6:30 p. m. in the"'recreation rooms of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church. .William DeWitt, Vine Street, returned from a five-week visit to Atlantic City. College dfficial Attends East 011 Zone Conference FROSTBURG; — James Hosact of the Department of Education Frostburg State Teachers College, took^ the 1955 Zone Confer ence of the Associated . Public School . Systems November 13-15 a' Tidewater Inn in Easton. '• • , Hosack led. a discussion; in personnel policy entitled;: "Guide for the Self Analysis of Personnel. Relations in School Systems." 'Parf Program Scheduled x LONACONING—The Lonaconing Rotary .Club will, hold a '."Ladies Nicht :> program 'December 8 in the VF\V Home. fs-Tlwmas ' Connor is chairtiiaii. ;^ •' : :/.'^"-' : ' '; ;- : ' : i^.' : ; The average human body teiri pcMturc W9B.6.degrees .Fahrenheit, but It usuatljtfalls Slifhtl.y;l!*-. Jow <his figure in the morning an<l ?" . W. Va. High School Papers ' • ' ' . . "••'-••' V, I "* ^ Competition Deadline Feb. 15 fe ' MORGANTOWN - Febaiary 13, 1956, has been set as the deadline for entering the thirty-fourth annual competition for West Virginia University high school newspapers, according to Dr. P. I. Reed, director of the West Virginia University School of Journalism. High schools from throughout the state are expected to submit copies of their newspapers for evaluation bv members of the university jour- Couple To Mark ;'j 25 th Anniversary * LONACONING — Mr. and Mrs. John William Wilson Jr., will observe their, twenty-fifth wedding anniversary on Saturday. The anniversary celebration will be held at the Odd Fellows Hall: here for" members of the families and friends. ''• •'•" •'•.••' , Mrs.- Wilson, the former. Mary C.'. nalism faculty. Entries will be judsed on the basis'of 21 factors, each of which will have^ possiblej^ ^ J(>hn w _ WUs()n valuei of 100 points. Dr. Reed saidLi ^ m Thanksgiving: The factors include newsprmt and November 26 , 1930> at the [format.• typography, >Pl ctures. page, f fa M and |. T .ake-up. news stones, sports ar- Mose CIsland Street, (tides and features, editorials.) Preston Mine Homemakers Club To Hold Installation . MIDLAND—The.^Midland ^.Homemakers Club-''held-a--meeting recently in Red Men's, Hall, Broadway, Street, with Mrs. Pearl Blair presiding. The .new president Mrs. Anna Stakem, and new treasurer, Mrs. Pansy Thrasher,'will be installed at 'the December 21 meeting at which time the club ; .will also hold its Christmas party starting at 6 p.m. with a covered dish supper in charge of Mrs. Thrasher and her 'committee. Each member is reminded to bring a covered dish and a 69-cent gift for exchange. Christmas carols will be sung with. Mrs. Mary Buckalew as accompanist. Decorations will be in charge of the art committee, Nancy Lease and Mary Manley. Recreation will be in charge of Anna Stakem, Elsie Durst and .Pearl Alexander. The meeting opened with the flag salute. Lord's prayer and the singing of ' ; Maryland, My, Maryland." COMELY MAIL CARRIER—Unofficially • proclaimed "America's most • beautiful mail-carrier," Miss Betty Lupton, 22, of Kirby, -W. Va..took over her father's• 35-mile route .after he was involved. in a ; motorcycle • accident last July. .Formerly employed .in the office of Alderson-Broaddus College at Phillipi, she re. signed to make.the daily mail run .from Kirby to, Shanks. ; Concerning her "titled she says it is "just one man's opinion." She is a, 1950 graduate of Romney High.'School and -a 'former • bookkeeper in Washington, D.C. .. .. ; . MORGANTOWisr—Failure to rock dust dry. mine surfaces 'and .45 other violations of : the Federal Mine Safety Cpde are : ,cited in, a coal-mine inspection report., released today b'y.'i the Bureau of Mines-for Mine 1 of the Craig-and Neville 'Coal Company near: Newburg.":.. •.. . ...... The 10-man mine; averaged 75 tons of coal daily when inspected recently by-L. E. O'Connor; .:' •''. The federal .inspector : recommended improved:,-ventilation. in the/ face;'regions;.; suitable preshift, onshift,, arid -weekly examinations for;explosive^ gas'' and" other 'hazards, and maintaining adequate clearance along tracked roadways and several other haulage betterments, r O'Connor also . proposed equipping trailing cables for .electric equipment with short-circuit protection, adequate fire-fighting equipment 'underground, and 'use of goggles or shields by employes exposed to eye hazards. Recent improvements included provision of - permissible flame safety lamps and the wearing of snug-fitting clothing by haulage employes. New. Machinery, Material Ret For Area Plant ROMNEY^-J. •.F.:' Omps. board president of the Pioneer Furniture Company, reports, that .plant machinery has 'arrived and material for the manufacture;-.of .furniture is also on hand...'."'..." .';., • j .. ..- :•' ' .The plant is now engaged in making living room chair samples and production is scheduled to begin about December i. Production'will be light at the begining of operations, Omps said, but;by' March 1. a ; heayy production schedule is expected'.; to be under way. '•' :'' •/ •:' •:••'••"'•':-,- • •"•" •'• Alterations to. the building housing the plant are completed except for minor changes. When the March 1 upswing in production begins, Omps said, env ploymenl will also go upward. Sportsmen Plan Shooting Match GRANTSVILLE—The Casselman Valley Sportsman Club will hold a shooting match at the Fireman's Hall tomorrow, beginning at 12:30 p. m. Brief Mention Pvt. J. Richard Bender, who has been stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C.. arrived here Saturday, to spend 14 days with his'wife the former Shirley Kamp, and son. He will report to Fort Mqnmouth, A poem was read by Mrs. Blair jj.-J., for radio training, entitled "How to Preserve a Hus- Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards band." Roll call was answered by g methods for of his program ^iso .included the planning for intervisitation amonj school systems. ; . . ; . The major purpose of the APSS is to improve administration arid educational ^program through sharing ; and systematic scientific study. > Clmrcjies Hold Is slightly above in the dl*™* Thanksgiving; Service : ECKHART—The' annual Thanksgiving service of Eckhart churches will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a. m. ;in Eckhart Baptist Church. Rev. W, H. Grose, paslor of Eckhart Methodist Church, will deliver the message. Music will be provided bylthc BapUst'churclW J . . Teenage Dance Saliirday WESTERNPORT — A teenage dance will be held Saturday at 8 p< m. in Union Hatl here. Music will be provided by Ronnie Frank•'"- -!«? his orchestra. ^favorite cleanin; walls and floors. Guests at the meeting included Mrs. John Cook, president of the Allegany County Council of Homemakers Clubs. Miss Mary Wise, home demonstration agent, Mrs. Douglas Smith, president of the RWSC Club, and Mrs.. Irene'Mac- Donald, county Civil Defense chairman, all of. Cumberland, and members of the Shaft Homemakers Club. Miss "Wise gave a talk and| demonstrated wall and floor cover-! ings for the home. She also urged the women, before purchasing, to read labels and follow directions on cans of paint .which they wish to use,- for. walls and floors in the home. •;.;'.' .•-..•'•''•' •.-•,': •'; • •' •. : : Home demonstration office anr nouncement: svas made concerning a training meeting for club president and home management chair- man'Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.: ;"0pen House"'•'•.will be held December 1 andV2 at.the: extension office; and demonstration of native; greens by Harjy-i'Dtingter AVill- be \held'.: at LaVale Fir^Hall .at 7:30 p.m. .: Mesdames Blair, Thrasher, and Stakem : /reported on,-; :c ou n ty Achievement:'Day' and : announced Mrs. Russell 0. Smith :"was .elected Cpiincil president and Mrs.-' Van Roby county treasurer. The club made a contribution to the-Midland .Civic Club for street decorations for. the Christmas ;sea son,;.to,the Midland Fire Department for their annual children's Christmas treat, and to .the Mid land" Medical Center. The evening prize was.won J>yj Mrs: Douglas 'Smith, Mrs. Winniei Llewellyn i turnedjm$5,&0 she made Allegany Mountain Club To Hold Dance " . • . . ••'•••!"•' KEYSER—The Allegheny Mountain Square Dance Club will sponsor a Thanksgiving "hoe-down" today at 8 p. m. at the Upper Potomac Shrine Club on U. S. Route 50. 'The program, sponsored in cooperation with the. Shriners, will feature music by the Welch brothers of. Burlington, and figure-calling by. Al Schwinabart and Joe Blundon'. Folk dances of othe/| countries will also lie interspersed; through the evening's entertain-, merit. . i Mrs. Frances Deputy, newlyrj elected president of the organiza-j tion, said the committee in charge; of the dance consists-of Schwina-! bart, Mrs. Louise Sites. Miss Bar-; bara Proudfoot, "Seb" Jacobs andj William Wageley. Several others clubs in the tri-state area will bej represented. Criminal LaW Under Study ;BEDFORD — Bedford ..County's liinor judiciary is baying a major ,ook at ci'iminal law. ; ' .... .• - . R...L. Wood of Snake Spring Township, secretary of the Minor Judiciary Association .of Bedford; County,-announced ihafc a.,freej course of instruction in criminal | law started last night.' :'.'; | • The course is sponsored by the Department of Education of the Commonwealth- of -Pennsylvania and will have as its instructor Bedford Justice of the Peace H. Cyril Bingham... ... - .... . Wood.emphasized that the course is open to all justices in the county, including those now holding office and those new elected magistrates who will take office in January. Sessions will be held at the Court House weekly throughout the winter and spring! .'• • •.-••' Sliuly Course Planned P!EDMOi\ 7 T—The study course of the Women's Society of Christiarf Service will be held in the parlor of Trinity Methodist Church todaj and November 30. Mrs. Marjorie Ahlfeld is the instructor, theme is "Indian Americans." 'headlines, advertising, copyreading [and proofreading, and service to . I school and community. . All publications receiving 1,110 or more points of the possible; 1.200 will be awarded "first honors" by the judges. Other degrees of quality are to be designated as follows: 1.075-1.110. "select"; 1,040-1,075, "superior"; and 1,000-1040, "dis-| tmguished." ; . ' .Three separate classes of papers, are recognized in the competition, j Class A ; comprises papers from' schools with .-'a registratipn of 700 j or more beyond the eighth grade: Class BTrom schools of 300-700, andj Class C of scliools with less than, ' "' Dr?Reed explained that the pur-j poses of the competition are .to' teach high school students the elements'.' of journalistic; writing, to help .teachers/make composition in-j struction interesting and practical, j to teach students how to select newspapers wisely and -ead them profitably, and to help future citi-j zens understand the importance "of | the press in their everyday thoughts and acisi''' : ".\: ! 'V;.. '•".:•':'-- •'-'':>/-. Scores computed by the judgesj \vill be sent to competing newspa-i They are the parents of four sons and one daughter, Robert E. Wilson, Keyser; John William Wilson,' Chicago: Leslie, Stephen and Miss Mary Katheryn Wilson, at home. pers. and those with 1,000,or more points will receive certificates : of' merit. For Thanksgiving VVEAREVER • Aluminum Roasters Federal • Enamel Roasters All t Sii« LEMMERT BROS. PAINT i HARDWARE PHONE 360 : FROSTSURG STORE HOURS; DART 8-5: P. M; SATURDAY S-9 P.AC TOYS TOYS-TOYS Charlie Toylond Ov«r Engle'i Meat Mkt. . W. Main St. Fbg. V Newsstand 26 W. Main ..... Frgitburg —HILL TOP IMN—i Try Our BrolW 5l*alct For the Best of FOOD bring the family to HILLTOP , ROUTE 40 W«» flf ;Fr PHONE 713 — Advertisement MANY HEAR ROBIE left Tuesday to spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray arid Mr. and Mrs. John Ray, Waltbam, N..Y. Mrs. Mary Livengood,_who spent the past two weeks at Mrs., C. E. Gnagey's residence in Washington, Pa., has returned home. Joseph W. Keefe is a patient at Meyersdale Community Hospital Churches To Conduct Thanksgiving Service KEYSER—Thanksgiving Day will be observed at a union service with all Protestant church congregations combining at Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church on South Mineral Street. Rev. S. A. ' F .Wagner, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, will, deliver the sermon and other local pastors will take part in the program. Business houses in the city will be closed, as will city, county and state offices. . .' ';' •: . : "' : . •••• For Sale: Furniture, including bed, bookcase, kitchen cabinet, table and chairs, wardrobe, Frigidaire, other items. Phone Frostburg 592-.I. i '. : Adv.-Nov.-N-23-24: T-23-251 Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWIS Concrete Products 8 Taylor St. rrostburg PHONE 322 For Rent: 5 room'-'single house. Parkersburg Road, Ecfchart, modern conveniences. Phone Frost- burg.H13-M. ' ' . ' .| Adv.'Nov. N-23-26: T.23-25J i ..:".,» ' ' •• ,' -. • . • J- • Supper^ Scheduled'^-f .PATTERSONS CREEK — The Pattersons' Creek Volunteer Fire Compaoy will sponsora ham and oyster 'supper- Saturday from 5 to 8. p. -m. in the fire hall. '3- •-. PALACE THEATRE . Frostburg, Md. Wod, - Thor. - Fri. - Sot. COUJHB1* » — ML CITY ROLLER RINK Skating Wed. - Fri. - Sat. Nights For Skating Parties Phone Fbg, 438-J MotsrelaTV Motorola 5-star Deluxe metal table set with big 21" screen—in Bronze, Charcoal or Blond, Righr-Up-Front -Tuning. Mode! 21T26. $189:95 WESTERNPORT. if you saw it happen tight before your eyes? Of course you would! The day of; God's Visitation \s at- hand. A VISIT TO WESTERNPORT, WHERE EVANGELIST L C, ROBIE, KNOWN TO HOSTS AS SKY-PILOT, is conducting great Bible So Nation and Healing Meetings, in the Assembly of God Church on Maryland Avt., nitely 7:30 except Monday until further notice, WHERE DEAF EARS ARE BEING OPENED--LOTS -ELSE; WILL BRING GREAT JOY TO YOUR HEARTS, too, and you "ill go away laying: : "God still lirej." A Hoppy Welcome Awaits—and- Fine Forking. WKYR— Doily Monday thru Friday 8:45, Sot., |Sun. 8:30 A. M. i •' — Advertisement — Ai Low As $16.95 Fr!c<> Include •f.dtro! Tax Pictur* Tubt Warronty S 69 E. MAIN ST. Fro*tburg PHOHE87 For Sale: Roaster oven and stand, good condition. Apply 3-TWest College Avenue, upstairs, ,. : .. ' -••>,. Adv. Nov. A Complete Line of Nationally Advertised MEN'S WEAR Topcoats ond Suits from 524.95 to $65. ! Sport Coots from S19.95 to.S32JO.' Slocks from S4.9S to $15.95 . -. Ox fords ;from S7.45 to $20:95 ' Socks from^Sc to .SliSO ; Ties from $1.00 to S2.00 A. Ghas. Stewart's •"Home, ef GooJ Clathet" : (oward iheiRWSC delegate fund. -Achievements were exhibited and Mrs. James Alexander : was in charge of a candy sale. / ; The club recently 1 heard William Wilson give a talk and demonstration; oiv<he; new voting machines, i Mrs. Irene MacDonald led th6j jto.singirig ;.'Put ; .on ;yoiir.01d| . . Blue fionnett." Retfeshments wert served. '" F6r freec/onjj for plenty- and tor all ofher Bless- : ngs ' >•; -y •.. - .w«--- • qy; :; - a prayer of grofffucfe on ' ' • Tkinksgi ting Day • ||i|M •$ Plwrmicy f hofic S20 FrtittMrf ON Thanksgiving Dajr W* giv* thanki Ur oil |h« W««iingi •<-h«m« *n4 ttmUf^mnJ for th» mr'niltgt .M-wMk, ^f«n, , «»<' * : "•*.•' • - ••. '' -,'•-.' if i y '• . •-,! Protect Our Futur* HOLBEN AGENCY WI *JJ .'•''•' «o»nu«o Alt K>*MJ W WJUMNCt r FIREARMS All'-niaket ond"typ« in, tteck. Writs, phon* or call in ptrton. ; CASH or TERMS Guns ond Scopes Traded Wt do'not actfpl for tratk larytt guni and Kopvs or..cuitom guru. 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