Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 21
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 21

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 25, 1955
Page 21
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FROSTBURG-KEYSElt . . - .'i '' • . • . . And Tri»State Area News (21) Evening Times, Friday, November 25, 1955 G- LEGION BURNS MORTGAGE-^A mortgage-; burning ceremony was held recently;at:tHe' : home of Blue 'Ridge Post' 22, American ; Legion of, Thomas. Shown above are (1. to ,r.) Abe Di-v Bacco, commander; Francis Geroski, adjutant, .partially'.hidden behind .DiBacco, and -Fred : "•. Jones,.• Steward. The Legion' home.'was built'. . ; in .1947, Present membership totals 150. The Danube, 1750 miles long courses through six European na tions on its way to the Black sea PALACE THEATRE Frostburg,. Md. FRI. SAT. Janet Leigh - Jack lemmoit "MY SISTER EILEEN" ' . ' Jn Technicolor : ' *.' "LYRIC THEATRE Fri .. Saturday — Double Feature Outlaws of I Thunder Panhandle I Over I Sango Land GIFTS that ore sure to please .... •Diamonds •Watches • Radios-Bulova • Costume Jewelry Dean's Jewelry Guntar Hole! Bldg. Frostburg ' :• PHONE 563 ['t For Induction KEYSER—Seven Mineral County men left Tuesday for Fairmont and induction in,the armed .forces, Mrs. Eileen/Staafford, clerk of .the Mineral' County Draft Board, announced.- They are: '•; Donald Patterson Bennett, Fort Ashby; Robert Lee Myers, Pied; mont; Thomas Melvin. Morris, Ridgeley; Lewis Franklin Welch, Elaine; Harry Edward Wilt, Xey- ser; Franklin Michael .Mobilio, Piedmont, -and Oryille Lynn Roberts, Burlington. '• -. Mrs. Stafford said the.-first fou were volunteers, .while the othe three .were drafted through th usual channels. Mt. Savage Homemakers Club Legion Post To Hold Dinner December 13 To Aid Needy MT. SAVAGE-The Mt. Savage Homemakers Club met a recent evening in St. George's parish hall. Mrs. DeNoma Yutzy, president, led the Lord's Prayer and the salute to the flag and Mrs. Margaret Wade presented the Homemaker's Collect. Nineteen members and three .visitors were present, including Mrs. Irene McDonald and Miss Mary Wise, home demonstration agent from Cumberland, and Carl Benna. Mrs. Laura Smith was admitted as a new member. Birthday greetings were sung to Mrs. Faye Benna and Mrs. Leona Reagan reported on the hymn of the month. "Not Alone For A Mighty Empire,"! "Evergreen Arrangements" should contact her. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Eula Frankenberry are food chairmen for open house-'and Mrs. Myrtle S!eeman will take care of favors. Mrs. Irene McDonald won the monthly prize and told about the Achievement Da> meeting November 15 at the YMCA. Miss Wise demonstrated floor and wall treatment after which Mrs. Boore, Mrs. Wade and Ida Mae Synder served refreshments. The next meeting will be held December 15 at 1 p. m. in St. George's hall. Eeffion Auxiliary 271 Sey^nnet" Reservations for °" 016 Plans Meet, Card Parly the Christmas party must be made with Mrs. Sara Carter, Hazel Swauger or- Mrs. Roseanna Boore by December 9. The committee in charge is; Mrs. Belva Miller, Mrs. Mary Deffenbaugh. Mrs. Beatrice Huff. Mrs. Sara Carter and Mrs. Bernarda Winner. The dinner will be served in St. Patrick's hall by the Catholic Daughters of America December 13 at 6 p. m. Each member is to bring "a jingle gift not to exceed thy price of $1. Mrs. Tillie Williams gave the report of the nominating commit-, tee and Mrs. Beatrice Huff and Woodland. Md.. Mrs. Doris Crowe were elected president and treasurer. Mrs. Benna reported on a recent card party held at the home of Mrs. Mary Deffenbaugh. Correspondence was read concerning'"Open House" to'be held at the Court House December 1 and 2. Mrs. Yutzy announced anyone wishing a ride to LaVale Fire Hall December 1 to hear Harry Dehgeler's dem d n s t rat ion on Tucker Countians Will Attend Meet FROSTBURG - Cecil Randolph Unit 271. American Legion, -will meet December 5 at 9 West Mechanic Street, according to Mrs. Ida Gordon, president. The auxiliary card party will bc| held .Monday at 8 p. m. in the post! home. The program will include j prizes and refreshments. FROSTBURG — The annual collection of food and money for needy veterans and other families of the community is being sponsored again this year by Farrady Post 24. American Legion Commander Melvin Eichhorn, at recent meeting requested all .umbers to b'ln,.' cans of food to the bottom floor of the post home. Eichhorn added that other per-i sons wishing to donate may phone' 965 or contact any Legion member for pick up service. The committee in charge includes Alfred Drew, chairman, Earl Miller. Russell Dennison. Robert Ferree. William Preston. William Festerman, Arthur Norris. Benjamin Foy and Roy Shriner. The group is also making plans i for a Christmas party for children! of the community. PARSONS — Two Tucker County boys will represent West Virginia 4-H Club members at the national Junior Vegetable Growers Association . convention in New Orleans. December 11 to 15. Gary Simmons and Robert Schoonove'r vil ! present a vegetable maketing demonstration. "Pre- packing cauliflower" Is the-tlt'a for their performance. Some 12 • West Virginicns will .attend- the convention. They will include four demonstration teams and a judging team. All of the other Vest Virginia delegates to the convention . are Webster countians. GIFT SUGGESTIONS from WEHLER'S For Rent: 8 room house., Call: F-ostburg 516-J. j Adv. Nov. T-25—N-26J Round and Square Dance. Friday night Nov. 25, 9 till 12. Music— Meltunes. Winebrenner Tavern, Adv. Nov. N-24; T-25' INSULATION STORM SASH $ 4.54t SLEEMAN BROS. PHONE 318 Frostburg Ready Made Drapes 90 inches long plain & floral $4.50 pr. & up BLANKETS Solid colors with vide satin binding. Nylon, Rayon, Cotton. $5.98 TABLECLOTHS as low as 52.65 Tea Towel to match 65c each Pillow Cose Sets white & colored $1.69 up 5 E. Main St. Frostburg For Sale: 'Estate gas heater, 45,000 BTU, $40. Apply George Sweitzer, Shaft. ••-.-••• • Adv. Nov. N-24; T-25 Bruce High Alumni Dance Slaled Dec. 27 : WESTERNPORT _ The Bruce High • School Alumni Association! will'hold'its annual. Christmas hol-j iday dance at the home of Victory Post 155, American Legion, Decem-) ber 27: Music will be-provided byj "The Midnighters" of-Thomas,.-W Va. Reservations may be mad with Mrs. • Bruce Dunn, Westen port. , ; . .'• •'• • The date of-another meeting t : held next make furthe plans will be announced later. For- Rent::.3; or? 4 room apartment reasonable/rent'for firing coal fur i. 206'East- Main Street. ... .;. ,-Adv, Nov.'T-25—N-21 FLOWERS For All ., OCCASIONS i' ' ' A •. Frtih From Our Grc*nheu» j PHILLIPS' ] FLOWER SHOP 4 Dial Lonaconing 3131 4 Op0n Sunday 'til Noon frr^r^*rrn*nr*r*r*'t ere... II .. and right; off the .top. 'of his pack he .left- the prettiest' gifts • , '• "for Come /in, Santa's helpers will show • .you many gifts -she would love. OF FIOSTIURG Let Us Supply Your Needs : •: In- '-' . •" Ornamental Iron Railings & Posts We Have a Complete Selection L NESLSON & SON S. Water St. Ext'd Phone 787-M FROSTBURG . Expert Installation FORMICA CABINET TOPS QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1181-W FOR FREE ESTIMATES 117 E. MAIN ST. FROSTBURG SAVE! Buy : — DASHIELL'S Enriched Grade "A' HOMOGENIZED in the economical GALLON JUGS availabl* at any of these neighborhood dealers:— Pram's Grocery Bowery Strut Power* Superette 163 I. Main Str««t W. W. Slim i Son 110 W. Main StfMl FROSTBURG ;••••* '.'•. /'":}. Filsinger Grocery Store ECKHART H. P. Stoup Grocery LONACONING Kenny's Sanitary Mkt.V WESTERNPORT Pettison Service Station ILOOMINGTON Toll Gen Fruit Merhet M. 40 Witt *! LAVAll HOSIERY SPECIAL miup* Pair WE GIVE StH GREEN STAMPS J, B, Shannon & Go, Frostburg . . . .By Dun mar MENS $5.95 to $10.95 BOYS $4.95 to $7.95 Men's Wear HE. Main St. Bob Robing Boys' Wear Frostburg Shopping Time We have gifts galore to delight every, fern-; inine heart on your list. Be kind to Sdnta'.r Shop early for best choice of budget-wise- gifts ; . ..' present perfect for a MERRY;; CHRISTMAS. - ' • '•'-.4 : Mary Carol Shop! Phone 1040 FrortburgT A^a sonta never A man gets mighty weary toten* that pack around so if you should happen to see Old Nick with a sad looking sack don't get hysterical—we're right .behind him with a truck load and expect to continue delivery on up'til Christmas Eve. You can lend a hand too by letting us know what you want delivered and where. Make it early though on account of tht selection. 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