Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 28, 1955 · Page 6
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FitOSTBURG - K E Y S E II Ladies Night Program Held And Tri-Stale Area News* (6) Evening Times, Monday, November 28, 1955 Postwar Building Boom At University Tapers Off COLLEGE PARK, Md. W)—Con struetion work still is a familiar sight on the University of Maryland campus, although the postwar building boom has tapered off. Foundations are being put dowr for 5the new building which will house the Department of Journal- ismr.and Public Relations. Bids were opened last week on a $75,000 office and garage building ;for the' groundkeepers. At" least three other projects are in the preliminary or blueprint drawing stages. Most ambitious of these is a new library for which the Maryland General Assembly has approved S2,- 200,000. Detailed plans are being drawn. Also in the planning stage and awaiting an authorization for ?200,000 :more from the Legislature,_ is a proposed annex to the administration building. University authorities have de cide'd to ask the General Assembly in February for the money to de sign- an annex to the College of VFW Unit Plans To Attend Party At Baker Center FROSTBURG—The Auxiliary of John R. Fairgrieve Post 2462, VFW, has completed plans. to attend a veterans party Sunday, December 11, at the Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, W. Va. Plans are also being made to assist in the community 'Christmas party for children at the American Legion home. Mrs. Margaret Eisle presided and November birthdays were observed. The next meeting of the unit will 36 held Wednesday, December 14, in the form of a Christmas party. Business and tiorii Public Administra- TBe plan is to locate it on the present site of the geography building -'and the office of the dean of women. George Weber, university busi- "ness manager, said authorization also; will be asked for adding some rooms to the infirmary in order to alleviate crowded conditions there. Tfie new: journalism and public relations building, the most important construction project now actually in the works, will house all of the university's student publications. It will provide a complete publishing plant, with editorial offices, composing room and presses. At present the .department is in a temporary weatherboard build ing.; Publications, including the tri- weekly-student newspaper the Diamondback, are printed off the Cam- PUS.' ..: .'. •;:..•- ... "•• ' '' .' ' The: annex for the administration building is being designed to provide a place for the publicity and public relations office, student personnel services, the director of admissions, the registrar, the cashier and, the deans of men and women. It; also will permit more ^ space for some of the offices in the present 'administration, building — the president, registrar, dean of men and central bookkeeping. Blobdniobile To Visit MborefieW'-December 8 MOOREFIELD—The Red Cross bloodmobile will be at the Moose Home here December 8 from 10 a.:nuto 4:p.,m., according to Mrs. William J. Teets, chairman of the blood program. Mrs. Teets slated the quota for Hardy •• County this, time .is '108 pints.:She also requested that donors, register with her or at the Moorefield Examiner office so that a schedule may be set up. -Hardy County is behind on blood donations, as more blood has been given to citizens in hospitals than has been .donated. Board To Meet PIEDMONT —The Girl Scout Board of Review will meet tomorrow; at 7 p. m. at tiie Piedmont Library when Scouts will be given an,opportunity to pass badgework and-senior work. Recent Brief Mention guests of Mrs. Nelle Zeller, 19 Broadway, were Dr: and Mrs. Gratten V. Broadwater, Hagerstown,' and . Dr. and Mrs. William B. Zeller, Bedford, Pa. Father's Night will' be observed at a meeting of the Hill Street PTA today at 8 p.m. A program will be presented by Cub Scouts and the room with the most visiting fathers will receive a prize. Room visitation will begin at 7:30. The Miners Hospital. Auxiliary will meet today at 8 p.m. in the Legion Home. Members are to bring jingle gifts of a -tea towel, hand towel or dish cloth to be given to the hospital. William Youngerman, manager of the Farrady Post-24, Drum and Bugle Corps, announced that a rehearsal will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Legion Home. All members are to attend. Anthony Taccim. West Main Street, is home from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Miss" Rosalie Arnone, East Main Street, is a surgical patient in University Hospital, Baltimore. Mrs. Joyce Turner and daughter, Eckhart; Mrs. Walter Schriver and daughter, RD 2: Mrs. Edward Bevans and'daughter, 91 Bowery Street; Mrs. John Preston and son, RD 2; Mrs. Ralph Pape and daughter, Eckhart; Mrs. Robert Moran and son, Mt; Savage; Mrs. Jpseph Robertson and son, Eck- lart; Mrs. Allan. Beeman and daughter, 86 Spring Street; Mrs. Jeorge Rendar-and daughter, 12§ Washington Stre't, and Mrs. Elaine Hosteller and daughter, Meyersdale, Pa., have returned to their homes from Miners Hospital. Miss Ina Watson, 28 Beall's Lane,, a recent patient in Miners Hospital, has resumed her duties as - teacher in Eckhart School. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spearman, Silver -Spring; .1 Mrs. Robert Wilson, Dundalk, and Bernard P. Spearman, Philadelphia, visited Mrs. Kathleen Spearman, Spring itreet. Dennis Shuck relumed to Mt. St. Mary's College. 'Emitsburg, after spending the recent holidays nt his home here, Miss Frances Grimes. Washipg- ;on, recently visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harden, 1 Welsh Street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conroy and daughters, Detroit, were guests of Hugh Donahue and Mr. and Mrs Russell 'Weisenborne, Washinglon Street, over the Thanksgiving holiday. WISHING WELL Registered U. S. Patent Office. 5 W 7 C 2 P 6 S 3 A 8 A 7 H 4 F 6 U 2 L 3 L 7 A C 3 L •4 E 7 M 2 E 6 C 5 E 3 ' Y 8 M 6 E 2 A 5 W 6 S 2 S 8 A 7 O 3 O 6 S 7 N 4 A 2 N 6 N . 3 tr O O 7 G 4 R 8 I 2 G 6 D o R 7 E 8 G 3 6 A 8 4 S 6 B 8 G 5 K 7 N •3 E 6 G .6 3 E' 4 T 6 E 8 F 2 S 4 O 6 W 3 D o W 6 W '4 P 5 N 3 S 4 S 6 F' R S T o S 6 E DeMolay Unit Marks Annual Founders Day KEYSER—The Potomac Valley Chapter of DeMolay held its an nual Founders Day dinner Friday evening at the Upper Potomac Shrine Club. Approximately 100 participatec in the program, which was followed by dancing. James Rinard, senior master counselor, presided at 'the .dinner Guests included: Mr.,and Mrs. Fred Hamill, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. VanScoy, and the following past master counselors of the chapter: Granvills Kemp, Jack Wilson. Clarence Sears, Reeves Taylor, Harry Stoutamyer, Harold Lee Goff, James Robinson and Bernard Jackson. P. T. Dayton, also a past master counselor was unable to attend. Five of the past master counsel- ore have been awarded the Chavelier DeMolay, the top honor bestowed for distinguished, service. They. are Sears, Taylor, Stouta- myer, Goff and P. T. Dayton; Harry "Dad": Rogers, who assisted in the planning for the annual dinner; meeting and both organizer and advisor of the chapter, was given a gold wrist watch by Harold Goff, treasurer, on behalf of the members of chapter. The chapter was' organized in 1949 by the Cumberland Chapter of DeMolay-, -with 62 charter members. Since that time 61 members have' reached the "retiring" age, one has died, six have left the membership, but the chapter has maintained a better than original membership. Rinard presented a gift to Goff from the chapter in recognition of his approximately five years of service as treasurer. Rinard closed the session leading the DeMolay benediction. ROWLESBURG - The Rowlesburg Lions Club entertained their ladies at - a dinner-meeting in Trinity Building of Christ Methodist ; Church recently. Entertainment included a film of the Lions International convention held last June in Atlantic City. The president, John H. Henry, presided and R. Edward Anderson' led group singing. Dinner was served to R. Edward Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. J. C..Arnett, Foster Brown, George L. DeWitt, Jack Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Hpward Bolyard, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooke, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brut- 16, Mr. and rMs. Charles H. Bolyard, John C. Bucklew, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Britton, Mr. and Mrs. -Alvin R. Frazee, Douglas Glover, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Henry, David Lantz, J. Roy Lipscomb, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Matthes, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McVicker, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nassif, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Pyles. Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Prince, Rev. and Mrs. Arta F. Shomo, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Stutler and Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Wotring. College Students Entertain Group PIEDMONT — Court Sancta Maria, Catholic Daughters. .of America^ was informally "entertained recently by three members of Potomac State College at the Knights of Columbus h yne here. Miss Helen Criner spoke'briefly giving an account of her 19-day trip to the Scandanavian countries. .She visited Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Norman Reeves in Germany and they accompanied her on her'trip. The Reeves are formerly of Westernport. Vocal selections were presented by Miss Frances Sarullo. .Refreshments were's'erved' ari'd"the color scheme ot Thanksgiving and the harvest season was carried out. Miss Beatrice Fahey, vice grand regent, presided at the coffee service. MODEL A CLUB MEMBERS—Members of the Hampshire County Chapter, Model A Restorers Club, a national organization interested in the preservation of the ancient vehicle, plan to join in the observance of Safe Driving Day (Thursday) by touring the county in their cars, • which will carry placards calling attention to the observance. ,The members, and their cars, left to right, are Sheriff J. M. Buckbee, a Tudor; Eugene Buckbee, coupe, and George Freeland, Victoria. The group plans to attend the'next national meeting of the organization. Brief Mention Mrs: 'Jessie Ashburn has returned from Washington where she visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.' James Griibb. Leo and Victor McVicker have returned to their homes in Baltimore, after- visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs: S. E. McVicker. Mrs. Bes'sie Bohon has returned home from Bellaire, Ohio, where she spent several days visiting'her brother, -Charles I. Wright, who is [rayeiy ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Shaffer of AliisbnY Pa.; are visiting in the homes of their/daughters; Mrs. D. Funk and Mrs. Dewey Everly, for a few-weeks. Mrs. Cecil Heaton and Mrs. Agnes Maier spent the Thanksgiv- ng holidays in Baltimore, visiting the former's husband who is employed there. The Jolly Club held its annual :urkey dinner at the Howard rlotel recently/Dinner was served ;o 14.. Afterwards' the group went :o the home of Mrs. Adam Sterne 'or the regular 1 'meeting and social iour. -.'.'' ! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nine en- narty in their :ertained. with 'a. norne • recently in honor of the fourth birthday of their daughter Susan Lynette. "Nineteen guests were present including her ;wo grandmothers. Mrs. Paul Nine and Mrs. Ray. Riggs. Mr.--and Mrs.'-Howard Bolyard were dinner guests at the home of the letter's sister, Mrs. Marguerite H-ayden, Clarksburg. ,Girl Scont Leaders Group Holds Meeting FROSTBURG — The Girl Scout Leaders -Association'-of ; Frostburg met recently at the Methodist Church with Mrs. Fred Morton presiding. A display of handcraft and a talk of "Crafts for Christmas" was given by Mrs. Howard Briggs. 11. Eckharl Methodists To Sponsor Bazaar ECKHART-The Eckhart Methodist Church will sponsor a bazaar and entertainment program tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the church recreation rooms. The activity sponsored by the Helping Hand Society will offer for sale fancy work and miscellaneous articles, which they have been making over a period of several months. A program of instrumental and. vocal numbers will be given which : Soldier Returns Home will include the "Cadets," a vocal group from Fort H'll High School.' Committees in charge are Mrs. Avis Ward, Mrs. Wi'bur Grose, Antique Auto Club To Assist With Observance Of SD Day . -....»/ Hand craft for the- Brownies and Intermediates shown at the January meeting by Mrs. John Sleeman and Mrs. Blaine Willetts.j It was decided that all troops! will participate in the community tree lighting ceremony December ROMNEY'— When Hampshire county takes part in the national observance of Safe Driving Day (Thursday) it will get a big assist from the county's only antique automobile club, a chapter of the national Model A Restorers Club. The- local club, newly-formed, has only three members. Sheriff J. M. Buckbee, who owns a 1929 Tudor; Eugene Buckbee. a 1930 coupe, and George r 'Freeland, a 1931 Victoria. These members and their ancient vehicles will tour the 'county on S:D Day.'- The old model A's will bear placards calling attehlion to the day's observance. . : The first national meet and tour of the MARC was held last August at Dearborn, Mich.,, where those making the tour wers guests of the Ford Motor Company. Awards were. made to those judged to have, the most original car, best closed car, car travelling the greatest, distance to the meet, oldest Model A and the best restoration job on a car. Sixty-two attended and one member drove his ancient'buggy from Carlsbad, Calif., a ' distance of 2,700. miles. The local club is already preparing to attend the next national meet and the three Model A's are being' overhauled, painted and even re-upholstered for the event. West Virginia issues a special antique car license which allows the owner to drive his car. in parades, and to and from garages or service stations, but does not permit him general use. Inspection is not required on cars bearing the restricted antique license. ''Although the local "Restorers" have "acquired antique licenses, they plan to have their vehicles inspected. The three charter members of the local club receive the national monthly published by the club, "The MARC News," and are seeking more members for the chapter. jWO Lists U Party; To Meet FROSTBURG — Winners at the Plans were' made for a Day Camp reunion. Mrs. Gordon Taylor and Mrs. Walter Kerr were appointed to the committee to make necessary plans for the event. From England Station Mrs. Victor Rephann p.nd Mrs. Nell Nelson, fancy work: .Mrs. Mar- aarct Carter, The'ma Yatos and Virginia Raines\ fish- pond: Mrs. Helen Airhart, cake and coffee: Mrs. Vivian Linnenbrogger, Martha Lashley and Blanche Ashby, hoi dogs and tonic; Mrs. Grace Felkcr and Mrs. Ruth Filsinger, candy. H : ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters .under the checked figures give you. C 1955. by William J. Miller. Diitribulcd by KIn« F«»lurtl. Inc. ll"28 recent card party sponsored by the Catholic Women's Organization of St. Michael's Church were Ruth Kline, Marge Reunig, Catherine Stanton, Mary LaPorla, Rose Grose, Anne Crowe, Bernadette Boyle, Mary Arnold and Loretta Byrnes. The CWO will hold a business meeting tomorrow at 8:15 p. m. at the Knights of Columbus Home. FROSTBURG-Sgt. John V. Ma-' , D , - „ , , tese, who, has been-stationed in>ub rack lo tiolo England for the pest 18 months, is Benefit Meeting spending a furlough with his wife, • * the former Miss Lois Skidmore, piEDMONT-Cub Pack 33 \v.._ and his parents, Mr. and Mrs, hold a "Share the Thanksgiving" John Malese Sr ; , 103 East Mam| meeting tomorrow at 7 p. m. at Street. Upon completion of his leave he will report to Lockbourne Air Force Base. Columbus, Ohio, for 11 months duty before his discharge.' Matese entered the Air Force in 1952 and received basic training at Sampson Air Force Base, New York. He is a graduate of Beall Cliickcii Houee Fire Reported In Piedmont PIEDMONT — A chicken housej High School, class of 1950. and at- belonging to Randolph Scott, 69 tended State Teachers College. Erin Street, was badly damaged; . ~ by fire yesterday afternoon. Volunteer firemen of the Tri- Towns Company of Piedmont and Potomac Company of Weslernport prevented the flames from damaging the Scott residence, locatec seventy-five feet from the chicken house. Trinity Methodist Church. Each member is to bring an item of non-perishable goods to be turned over to the United Organizations for distribution to needy families in the area. Wayne Ritchie, chairman, will explain the purpose of the United Organizations. At 42, Theodore Roosevelt was jthc younge'st U.S. President. They'll Do It Every Time — By Jimmy Hatlo THE HISTORICAL SOCIETIES FEEL THE SAME WAY, TOO. BUT HOVV MUCH CH/WCE DOES POP 6IVE TODlME JO WE ADVAHJA6E OF IT? LOOKX-. • HISTORY MAKKER.MM. WH4T'S IT TRE/MBLECMlfJ, HISTORY AtiD <5E06R4PHV SOHED4YIF/HR. JET PROPULSION! SLOWDOWN WE MIGHT FIND KSOW BEST WUERE OUR /WCBSTORS R306HT TO/MAKE THIS , SUCH 4 WONDERFUL \ COUfJTRY Bemnber Bride Leads In Number Of Stations By JACK O'BRIAN NEW YORK—(INS)^-December Bride is the network show with the biggest station-spread: 174 . Some syndicated - film shows have more stations, tho'. . . James Wong Howe, the famous China-born .movie cameraman, now is deep in the lenses of TV (Screen Directors Playhouse). . . .The FCC is being bombarded to end. the practice of labelling recorded and transcribed radio programs as such. Next they'll- be Tying to cloak fuzzy kinescopes by not calling a film a film. Guy Lombardo's TV films arc [he highest rated syndicated celluloid programs in the New York area. CBS has "International Airport" quietly making ready as a next- season series.., : Lindsay and Crouse will switch [heir famous comedy title for a possible TV adaptation: "Larceny and Old Lace." Used to be "Ar- sonic" etc, you'll remember. . . Ann Sothern snys she'll retire next year Ann looked pudgy on Loretta Young's telefilm. Sin.ilra mny do a TV spec from jas Vegas for his pal Jack En- ratter and the gaming joint The /oice owns part of. . . Lady Lawford (Pete's mater) will be Groucho's guest next week. Leo McCare'y will try TV again Dairymen Plan Annual Meetings In W. Va. Comities MORGANTOWN —The schedule for the remainder of county meetings being held by the West Virginia Dairymen's Association has been released by 'Cerry Heebink, association secretary. A session will be held at Kingwood . in Preston county, court house tonight at 7:30.- The Tucker county meeting is scheduled at Parsons in the court house tomorrow at 7:30. The Mineral county meeting will be held at Fort Ashby Grade School at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. In Berkeley county, the meeting will be held Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in Knolville. Chief speaker, at each of these sessions will be Joseph O'Brien, of the Atlantic Dairy Association. At each county meeting a member will be elected to ' represent his county as a member • of the Board of Directors of the State Association. In addition, a president, vice-presWent, and secretary will be. elected for the County Association. Tuberculin Skin Tests Given School Children . ROMNEY—Tuberculin skin tests have been given to school children at the Mathias 12-Year School during the past two weeks. These tests were sponsored by the Hardy County- Tuberculosis -Association and plans are to have the tests given to all students in Hardy County. Dr. W. E. Reish, assisted by Doris Emswiler, RN, Eula Showalter* RN, Virginia Mathias, RN, and, Mrs. Orlando Wilkins, RN, gave the tests at Mathias. They were, assisted by Principal Robert Jarvis and the teachers. S. P. Hawse, Ted Burns, Ervin Emswiler and Bud Hinegardner. Advancement Awards Given By Scout Pack FROSTBURG—Cub Scout Pack 30, 'sponsored by the College Laboratory School, held its monthly meeting recently at the school. The foil owing advancement awards were made? Wolf badge, Gary and Gregory Sittig, John Morley and Michael Kenney; Bear badge, Thomas Husselbaugh and Gary Morgan; second year pins, Thomas Husselbaugh, Gary Morgan, Joseph'Lee Coakley and Fred Storm; one year pins, George Pugh;' Silver Arrow points, Thomas' Husselbaugh and Gary Morgan. The Christmas-party will be held on December 18. A planning meeting will be held December 8 with the time and places to be announced later. Masonic Unit Attends Frostburg Church FROSTBURG—Mt. Lodge 99, A. F.&A. Masons, attended the 10:45 a. m. service yesterday at Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church. Rev. George "L. Wehler, pastor, spoke on "The Third Birth." The group attends a church of their choice as a unit on one Sunday each year. Approximately 50 members attended. Cub Scout Pack Aids to prove his first mistake was in-;Family At Thanksgiving Achievement Day Program Held By Lonacdning Clubs LONACONING — The .annual Achievement Day program of the lionaconing Senior and Junior 4-H clubs was held a recent evening with Miss Justine Miller, Allegany County 4-H Club leader," as the principal speaker. Miss Miller commended the units and noted that the senior unit had three, first place county winners this year: Joyce Warnick, canning; Margaret Wills, clothing, and Carol Jean MacFarlane, public peaking. '.:.'.- . Each of the girls received pins 'or their achievements, and Bonnie Neat received an award in eadership. In the junior club, Katheryn E. Trost received a certificate with :wo gold seals for outstanding pro- iect. work. Arlene Ray, Catherine Ann Inskeep, Beverly Watten- schaidl, Kay Ann Green, Roberta jove, Nancy Dicken, Judy Lancaster, Catherine Barclay and Patricia McPartland, received.certifi- cates. . A musical program featured a vocal quartet of Patricia Schlereth, tatheryn Trost, Nancy Dicken and Cay Ann Green; a piano solo by Jrenda Brakeall, vocal duet by Carol Ann Petry and Bonnie Zar- ;er, and a piano solo by.Bonnie Neat. Miss Margaret .Wills accompanied the vocal numbers on the )iano. . . The program was concluded with film, "Hawaii," by Thomas M. lolmes. Refreshments were served by a group of 4-H molhers. Brief Mention Miss Rose Marie Dilfer returned :o''Takoma Park after spending the lolidays with her parents. Airman John Gowans returned to Fort Bragg, N. C., after spend- ng Thanksgiving .here. ." . . Mrs. Grace Gosnell returned to ler home in Baltimore after spend- ng a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Dick. Club Awarded : UNGtation v ~ ' ' ...-•' • WESTERNPORT - The Tri-., Towns Soroptimist Club has re-- ceived a citation from the United '" Nations Educational Scientific and • Cultural organization for assisting.-" in the rehabilitation of crippled; . children in Bombay, India, through',;' the UNESCO gift coupon plan. ^. The citation, which was mailed '-. to Miss Nellie Dowling, president, ., was turned over to Mrs. Stella > Carey for the club'- scrap book. . . A report of the Southeastern. " regional conferences held in Wash- A ington recently was made by Miss.~ Ann. Kelley.. Mrs. "Tommie" Wil-•••'•> son. Mrs. Gladys Hamilton and o:Mrs. Verda .Haywood also added .•=•'•• comments. . / : - ; Mrs. Haywood suggested pos-' sible youth projects, which will be* ',discussed further at the- January .; meeting. Miss Pauline Whiteman was in-."'" striicted to order pecar-s to be sold ... by the members Plans were completed for a",' White Elephant sale to be held to-..,: night at the home of Mrs. Gladys = Hamilton. •>• Mrs. Edith Lambert was named t: treasurer-to succeed Mrs. Lois-,,-, Bell who resigned. -;.• December 5 was set as the date .••_ for the Christmas party which will be held at the home of Mrs. Mary ^ Wills. The members v;ill bring a pack- ,. age of non-perishable food for dis- ..;„ tribution by the United Organiza- i. tions and a'jingle gift for ex- .-. change. •'..-•. Members of the Venture Club'— will be invited to attend the party. / Piedmont KC Council ; WU1 Hold Card Party . PIEDMONT—Members of Piedmont-Council 685, Knights of Columbus, made plans at a recent meeting to hold a public card party Thursday at the K. of C. Home to raise money for the annual Christmas party for students of St. Peter's School in Westernport. Bridge, 500 and setback will be played. John McBee, chairman, will be assisted by Miss Beatrice Fahey of the' Catholic Daughters of America. The council will also sponsor a Christmas holiday dance Decem- '- ber 30 at Jake's Place, Western- < ;; port. William P. Kelly was select- : ed chairman of the committee.. •' Other members are Francis'Cos-K grove, . Charles Jackson, Leo ,-.; Niland, Raymond .Beckner an<i->William McKone. . -"Jt Pythian Sisters Plan Yule Dinner December PIEDMONT-The Past Chiefs As sociation of Calanthe Temple 8, Py. hian Sisters, will hold its annua Christmas dinner in Trinity Meth odist Church on December 7 at i p. m. A business meeting will follow tb dinner and jingle gifts will be ex changed. Reservations must -b made with Mrs. Robert Codire n( ater than Thursday. Rice is eaten daily by more thar lalf the world's people. Teen age Dance Tuesday'night Vov. 29, 8 to 11, Music — Jim anc atty Duo. Winebrenner Tavern tfoodland, Md: Adv. Nov. T-28-N-21 SPECIAL THIS WEEK 1949 HUDSON Deluxe, ,4 Door, " f Good Shape deed a mistake. "It's Always Jan" is getting better; which it had to. the only way from the, bottom, being up. Janis Paige has been a fine pro, full of nioxie. through the sarlier doldrums of the scries. ... Red (Patterns) Sterling is disenchanted with Hollywood writing (c'mon home Rodney, and start over, at the top). . . Lu Ann Simms drew sensational cVowds in her first post-firing night club date, the Town Casino in Buffalo. . . Dr. Allen. B. Du Mont, the TV pioneer and .genius, a yachtsman with a TV set, naturally, always aboard, says he can always tell a storm or general fog is due within -eight hours because his TV set brings in ."strong TV signals" from stations more than 75 miles awny. Ben Alexander, Jack Webb's aide, will star in » hew Webb- owned series, pilot now prepped. Gregory Peck is dvo ' TV debut, 'gals, for ' trie. Peggy Lee's 1 series for NBC. . . FROSTBURG—Cub Scout Pac 6, sponsored by the Beall Elemen ary School Parent-Teacher Asso iation. had'as. their Thanksgivin reject the. earning of money t urchase food .which they preserite o a needy family. Karl Hetz, cubmaster, said th .llegany County .Welfare Boar vas contacted as to who shoul eceive the donation. •• his Washington state has 5,026 mile f railroad. PALACE THEATRE nosnuftG M«n. - TM«. • "Private War Of Major JUnton" Charlt*n Mtitcn - Jvlit Arfam LYRIC THEATRE M*n. • TH*I. "Ain't Mlitoltavln" Green Chev. Co. Phone 200 Frostburg OPEN EVENINGS H'sEasy . .. And If s Wise, Begin your 1956 Fidelity Christmas Club now, and be ready for .next year's gift season. It's easy, for you can inake the small weekly deposit when you cash your pay check. A size for every purse and need . . . Large for Dad and Mother, smaller for the young folks. 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