Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 23
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FROVHIIK4. And Tri Slate Area News (23) Evening Times, Friday, November 25. 1955 Hardy County ......«/ .. • j Festival Set MOOREFIELD — The Mathias Ruritan Club will sponsor the first annual Hardy County Turkey Festival at the Mathias 12-Year School tomorrow. 4 /The program is intended to publicize and foster the turkey industry in Hardy County and will consist of; three parts. Beginning at 6 p. m.,'there will be a turkey sup- 'per! served in the school lunch room. ••":*• The Gospelaires, a quartet from near Harrisonburg, Va., will put on a musical program at 7:30 in the high school gymnasium. Highlighting the program will be the selection of the first "turkey Queen" from the following contestants: Viola Strawderman, Juanita Sager, Betty Lou Wilkins, Eleanor Mover, 'Juanita Seldon, Shirley Ann Stawderman, Elaine Hinegardner Jeanette Mathias, Mary Ann Wilson, Nancy Branson, Betty Shipe. Carolyn Daugherty,. Yvonne Jenkins, Iris Sager, Annette Shipe. Sonja May, Ejla Ruth Souder, Anna Marie Brisedine arid Joyce Wilkins. , '-:...'.-. . .-.. -• ,. Raymond :;Sv''Dispanet, superintendent of. the.- Hardy, Countj Schools','/, willcrownrthe .queen. G.E.andFADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURG TELEVISION . •'. - •. - : - -.. '•* •-.117 Walnut St., Grahamtawn PhoM -7— Frojtburg 418-J VHS Democracy Winners ISpeak At Lions Event LONACONING — Mackey McKenzie, first place winner, Carole Jean McFarlane, second place, anc Richard Grandstaff, third place presented their "I Speak for .Democracy" winning essays at the Lcnaconing Lions Club dinner meeting recently. Donna Fazenbaker and Jack Mongold, Valley High School "Students of the Month" for October were guests at the dinner.. .Principal J. A. Petry introduced them. Joseph K. Hauger was program chairman. James Langley, chair. man of the "Light 'Bulb: Package Sale" committee, was authorizec to go ahead with the campaign to raise funds for the sight cbnserva tiori fund to provide eye glasse: for the needy children of the Lonaconing area. Edward Mooney, chairman of the signs and banner committee, was instructed to order highway sighs imprinted witk__tiie" Lions Club meeting time, 6:15 p.'m. the first Mondays -at...the Pythian building, for erection at the entrance. of Lonaconing, and also a banner to be used at the head table during meetings. James Getty will be chairman of the December 5 program. -.' The "Little League. Champions" will be guests. Boyd Bolyard. first vice-presi- Church Class Program Held At Frostburg FROSTBURG—The Victory Class of First English Baptist 'Church idd its annual fall dinner £ recent evening at the church with husbands, and friends as guests. Mrs. John G, Cook, who spent some time an Switzerland, related Pair Paw Plans Christmas Help Post, 111 Surplus Commodities Will Be Distributed- the highlights of-her trip and also showed pictures and pamphlets, j Present wert Mesdarhes Martha | Hosken, "Dorothv Beall and Jo| Jones, Misses Margaret :Price, Delia Offmah. and Vivien Geary and Albert Snelson, Mr. and Mrs. PAW PAW The American Legion Post has made plans for the annual Christmas donations 'o the sick and needy of the community. Since the firemen always have a party for the children, the Legion will remember the sick and needy ft-ay of foods and Christmas; baskets. • KEYSER - Mrs. Lucille Peters and'Miss Joan Gerstell. representatives of the West Virginia Department of Public. Assistance, will be-in Elk Garden Monday from 10 to il a. m.. and at city offices here tlie:same day from 1:30 to J p. m. for the purpose of talking applications for the December distribution of surplus commodities, according! The blue bird if paradise per- tc. a statement by M&yor John C:jforms his famous courtship dance The same rules apply as heretofore. It will be necessary for those ixrsons who are not on DPA rolls to apply again, as well as those on DPA rolls who have never applied. Those who are on DPA rolls who have previously been certified need not apply again. For Sale: Furniture, including bed, bookcase,. kitchen cabinet, table and chairs, wardrobe, Frigidaire, )ther items. Phone Frostburg 592-J. Advi Nov. N-23-24: T-23-25 For Rent: 5 room single .hoOa Parkersburg Road, Eckhart; ai, ern conveniences. Phone FroSP" burg 1113-M. . •'-/ '.--.-A-. . Adv. Nov. N-23-26- T.23-25 Freeland. 'upside down. Chester Stewart, Earl Richardson, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and 'Mrs. dent, presided. Kendrick Y. Hodgdon, president -of the Lonaconihg Lions• Club, - and 'Jack StaKem, • zone chairman, attended a zone meeting at Kitzmiller.- ' •• .. • Edgar McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ward, ; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Plummer and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomas. . • Brief Mention I Gary Aldridge, Mt. Savage ;| Rebecca Seiforth, Claryville, and Fred Jenkins, RD i, .Cumberland,; lave returned to their homes from Miners Hospital. Mary-Loar, RD 1, and Dennis Pressman, 115 Hill Street, are surgical patients in Miners Hospital. Doris.Brewer, 105 Mt. Pleasant Street, is ,a medical patient, in Miners Hosiptal. St. Martha's GuM .of St. John's Episcopal Church will sponsor a rummage sale tomorrow from 9:30 a. m. to 3 p. m. in the : parish hall. Frostburg Aerie 1273,. FO Eagles, will' sponsor a ; buck party', tomorrow night from 9 to 12-in l he club room, East Main Street. Entertain r ment will be provided and refreshments will be served. '.. ... . . Post Commander Garland Andersen appointed the following committee to carry out the plans: Don Sharp, 'chairman, William Larkin. Ray Switch and Car! Manning. .The post will also'collect, .any- thing-any'one wishes to give thejl Powell famliy. recently burned out. j| There are six cluldren in . the family. Persons should call 91 or 73 if thev wish donations collected. ! CHRISTMAS IS COMING SOPH LAY-A-WAY THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ANYONE TELEVISION BY MOTOROLA RADIOS BY MOTOROLA Bake Sale Tomorrow AVESTERSfPORT. — .The Women of • Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church will hold a bake sale tomorrow al George Davis' store,.Main Street, beginning at 10 a. m:., RCA & ZENITH TELEVISION We Service All Makes Work Guaranteed Electric Appliance Go. 19 Union St. Dial 4421 Lonaconing CUT HALF COST with ... GRO-CALF... KASCO FEED OF THE :MONTH :' •''•'"- FOR".NOVEMBER: : :' • -.' ; 30c Ptr Hundrtd or . $6.00 per ton ROBESON FARM SERVICE -;. THE KASCO STORE H«or 119 E. Main St. Frostburg PHONE 559-M doefor about In increasing numbers doctor 1 - from coast to COCT-I p"»-r'ib" and re commend Jumping-Jock 1 . There's No Charge for Credit at Armstrong St. KEYSER, W. Va. Pot*nt*d Junping-Jocki help pnvirtt ankl«i from turning . .. o»ur« m<x* heoltkful walking from tho itarl. Extra jotijfortion ouurtd by»up»riof craflimonihip and mot»rioli. CONDON'S Shoe Store 20 W. Main St. Frostburg PHONE 890-J JO-LE-KAY MARKET I. Main at Grant Ph. 733 7for$1.00 ^-SALE — ' NO.lViCAN SAUER KRAUT GOLDEN CORN CUT WAX BEANS x CUT GREEN BEANS BUTTER BEANS SWEET PEAS MONARCH PORK AND BEANS KIDNEY BEANS TOMATOES CUT BEETS PUMPKIN APPLE SAUCE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE V-8 JUICE TOMATO JUICE BARBECUE SAUCE CHOP SUEY SAUCE ARGO STARCH UNIT STARCH SMALL OXYDOL LUX FLAKES DUZ BON-AMI PLAIN SCOURING PADS BRILLO PADS LT. BROWN SUGAR 4-X SUGAR Fresh COUNTRY EGGS 3 d " 81.39 FRESH MEATS FROZEN FOODS POTOMAC EDISON CO. MOVING DAY SALE BEFORE WE MOVE TO OUR J NEW STORE AT 37 BROADWAY IN FROSTBURG, -WE ARE OFFERING A SPECIAL GROUP OF COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED AND FULLY GUARANTEED USED APPLIANCES * FROM OUR HOME SERVICE KITCHEN: A FRIGIDAIRE RANGE, REFRIGERATOR AND DISHWASHER All IN PERFECT WORKING CONDITION All AT SPECIAl REDUCED TKICES * FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS from $89.95 * RANGES from $89,95 * WASHERS from $69,95 * FRIGIDAIRE FOOD FREEZER ""<<"» - »™ $299,95 Plus Several Fractional Horsepower Meteri at Rcduetd Pricti •"':•-..-.''. -''•'• ••''.'-•. .•• ..••••' SEC THESE AND OTHER USED APPLIANCE SPECIALS NOW - ALL ARE COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED AND FULLY GUARANTEED THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY ' FROSTIUftG PLASTERBOARD 4x6, 4x7, 4x8, 4x9, 4x1 0 Yellow Pine Sheathing (kiln dritd) Spred Satin Paints NEILSON BROS. Phone 429 Frostburg POWER TOOLS & ATTACHMENTS BY MALL TV LAMPS & TABLES LARGEST SELECTION IN MARYLAND OPEN SATURDAY TILL 9:00 P. BOB'S RADIO PHONE87 E- MAIN ST. 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And, in the spirit of the season, we've specially-purchased many of our choicest gifts, so we can offer them to you at see-to-believe-it prices. Start now to make Christmas merrier for all the family .. . do your shopping here.

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