Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 29, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 29, 1955
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FROSTBURti-KEYSER And Tri-Slale Area News (13) Evening Times, Tuesday, November 29. 1955 Far Remodeling Service dub \Sorority Members School Planned TT Wlrllif J^° ® ecorate FSTC At GrantsvUle _ „ 1 ^ 1Q , Campiis Buildings GRANTSVILLE—A fur remodeling school will be held all day Thursday at the home of Mrs. Joseph F. Fahey. Homemaker club Jr., wildlife superintendent for region 6 of the State of Maryland. FROSTBURG— The Phi Omicron I Delta sorority of Frostburg State FROSTBURG-Ernest T. Ogden Teachers College has again under- '-'— »-- --•'— »- : - ••— - r imbers may attend. Brief Mention Mr. and.Mrs. Clarence J. Jameson and son of Greenbelt; Miss Ann Smart of Baltimore and Mrs. D. W. Getty, Washington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Fahey.' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bubee. Laurel, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lohr. Mr'., and Mrs. Steuart Rodamer spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Alhen Rodamer, Harrisonburg, Va. spoke at last evening's meeting of the Frostburg Rotary Club in Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church. William Jenkins Jr. was program chairman. Ogden. using a chart, explained the workings of the Maryland Board of Natural Resources. He pointed out that there are fivel Margaret Kershner was appoint- commissions in the board, namely the Tide Water Fisheries Commission: the Forests and Parks Commission; Geology, Mines and Wat The MYF of Grantsville Methodist Church attended ^he Moorefield district rally held at Pied! mont. Dr. Verrion Cutright, super; intendent, spoke to the group. Miss Shirley Mickey, here, is'president of the district. Rev. H. E. Suite and Mrs. Irva Mickey also attended. . Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. I Verl Edwards, Norfolk, Va.. and Mrs. Donald Jenkins. Baltimore, were guests of Mr. qnd Mrs. Mark Miller. . ' . Mr. and Mrs. Foster Riggs and son spent several days with relatives in Rowlesburg. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Growden arid children, Lieut, and Mrs. Raymond Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kite, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Edwards .and children, all of Cumberland, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Fahey attended,the wedding of P: James Fahey and Miss. Earlene Grim, at St. Patrick's Church in-,.Cumberland November'24..: Mr. and Mrs. James :Pettit and sen, Glen Cove, L. I., visited "Mr., and Mrs. H. L. Pettit. ' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ashb'y and family, Baltimore, -spent the Thanksgiving holidays with - Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ashby. ' Thanksgiving holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M-. W. Schaefer were W.'D. Newberry Sr.. Cumberland: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Newberry and family. Baltimore, and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton McKenzie and son. Mrs. Eva Mickey, Lock Lynn, has returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Wengerd and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Grimm and children. Haserstown. spent several day with Joseph W. Keefe; who is a patient in Meyersdale Community Hosnital. and with ro'at'ves in Salisbury, Pa., and er and Inland Fish Commission and the Research and Education commission. The duties and workings of each of the groups wer_e_explained taken the project this year ofi decorating buildings around the' campus for the Christmas season. The decorations are expected to be completed by Thursday. The girls will decorate the buildings with laurel, pines, pine cones, and holly gathered from nearby woods. Colored ribbons and bells will be added to the decorations. ed general chairman for the project. Girls decorating the outside door of the administration building and the library 'District Contention'Slated By Midland Pythian Sisters Resources Commission, Game Sweene, Barbara will be Carol Tedrick, Margaret Kershner, Larna Cutter and Kay Hodges. Decorating Old Main will be Lorraine Martens, Mary Kay Poland and Shirley Kammauf. The inside of. the dormitory will 01 me groups wecE_B*pia«ieu uy . • _, Ogden/who said that the objeerlbe done by Ethel Anders Florence 6 - - - Marshall and -Susan Mostoller; outside of the dormitory by Betty McLaughlin, Elinor Sines, Margaret Leader, Joyce Warnick and Ruth Schade: in and outside of Compton Hall will be Mary Kay Poland, Kay Hodges and Joan Kidwell; science building by Lorraine Martens and Shirley- Kammauf; Varsity Shop door by Joan Kidwell, ' ' J J? •C J . ev. and Mrs. D, L, C. .Wright J children. Bowie: S. Hall Har-n: • Garrollton; Mr. and Mrs. " 1T '1vin :'Kesner and 'daughters- Ac- r : ''»nt .were recent puests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fleming. Cresaptoivn of all is too protect and develop our natural resources for busienss and recreational purposes. Guests present were James and Arthur Weber, members of the Cumberland Rotary Club; Chris Yost, Piedmont, and John Dunn, Grantsville. Also attending was Dr. Harold Reese, a former member of the Frostburg club and faculty of State Teachers College, and now with the State Board of Education. x Howard Ward, president, who presided, announced that the annual Christmas party for the children of Rotarians \vill be held December-IS-with Harry Ort and Rev. Edward Godsey in charge of the,program. On .December 17 the club will again cooperate with the Salvation Army's project "Operation Kettle" by manning the kettles, ringing bells and collecting funds to be used for the annual Christmas baskets, for the needy of the area. A schedule for "Ringing the Bell" will be announced next week. Brief Mention Frostburg Elks Lodge 470 will hold a buck party Saturday from 9 p.m".Ttxfmidnight. Refreshments wil be served and music furnished for dancing. • • - • The following were admitted to Miners Hospital for emergency treatment over the weekend: John Carter, Mt. Savage; 'Thelma Humbertson, Accident, and Charles Dewitt, Accident. Mrs. Mary Duckworth, Lonaconing, is a surgical patient in Miners Hospital. Mrs. Mary Jean McMannus. 66 Broadway, and Mrs. Russell McMurdo. RD 1, are medical patients in Miners Hospital. '.•.Mr. and Mrs: Michael Hoban re turned to Unionlown. Pa., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schneider, Maple Street. Mrs. Eunice Baker, 39 East Main Street, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. '/Mrs. Leona Burall, Mt. Savage, and Joseph Redman, 142 Machanic SCOUTS AID NEEDY — Cub Scout Pack 46, sponsored by the Beall Elementary Parent- Teacher Association at Frostburg. had as its Thanksgiving project the • earning.. of money to purchase food which ther presented to a needy family the day before the holiday. Karl Hetz, submaster, said each boy earned enough to buy several cans of food and donate it to the Thanks- giving package. The Welfare Department of Allegany County was then contacted as to someone in the Frostburg area was in need. The boys in the above picture are shown as they left the Hetz home with two large boxes packed with food they contributed. Left to right are Patrick Quinn, Robert Hetz, John Allen, Larry Hetz and Robert Race. D of ATo Mark Tl Adversary s Ml iPE Remodels Offices LONACONING — Pride of Lona-j t; science buuaing oy juorrauie con jj,.. Council 96. Daughters of! KEYStK—unargect wun navmg;opening of t rtens and Shirley- Kammauf; Amer j ca w j]i celebrate Their thir-jloaded guns in' their cars, three!Frostburg d •sity Shop door by Joan Kidwell, tieth anniversary and hold a Christ-! Mineral County hunters were ar-jtomac'Edisi Carter and Anne Leonard and | mas jj ar t y -'^morrow at the IOOFJrested yesterday on the openingjspheduled f< inside of Lowndes Hall by Ruth', ,, Front Street, iday of the deer season by Claud-The remod • MIDLAND — At a meeting ofi Myrtle Temple 2, Pythian Sisters,' : T^_ the group made contributions tojJVtjyot/l the Midland Medical Center, the * Midland Civic Club, toward street LJI r. decorations ofr the Christmas sea- A -*•" son, and to the Midland Fire Com- panr for the annual children's KEYSER-The WSCS of the First Christmas treat. Methodist Church will hold a meet: Members reported sick were ing in the form of a Christmas Mesdames Martha Blair, a patient party with a program entitled "We at Memorial Hospital, Cumber- Would See Jesus." Plans for the land: Anna Berry. Constance Eis- affair were outlined at a recent entrout, and Anna Jenkins, ill at session ot the society, their homes . , At the meeting -Mrs. Odberi Corn- The ?roup held nomination of of-,well introduced the discussion on ficers with election scheduled for the subject "Women In the Church the December S meeting. TheiThrough the Centuries." Mrs. W. 'meeting will also include a reobti-'E- Michaels, Mrs. Thomas Keller •gation ceremony for members. ;and Mrs. Daniel Dates constituted ' Plans were also made to hold a the panel. : Christmas party at the regular. -Mrs. Hazel Martin, president, • 'December 22 meeting. Each-mem- conducted the business session and her is asked to bring d jingle gift: requested reports from all secre- for exchange. Mesdames Viola Mc-:taries by Thursday. Miss Jeaneite Gann, Carrie Morgan, and EleanoriMcDuffie reported that Mrs. Char- iSlingoff are on the refreshment: les Steiding will be in charge of •- pfliiit^Tjt'fr PP Df*co**3tions Dro^Tsn^ VuC n€\v siucij comae* JMIs. vjtcrai.(x land singing- of Christmas carols Klinestiver, Youth Work secretary. I wih be included. ; reported that the MYF is purchas- T Mrs. Pansy Thrasher president.:ing Bible for the pulpit.and (announced that the Sisterhood has reports were given -on a recent |a full schedule coming up and ask-;rummage sale and bazaar. -Jed each Sister to attend regularly.. 5 Hostesses "'ere Mrs. Robert Wil- The sroup will be entertaining the : son, Mrs.' Carter Wellmgs, Msss 1 official visitation of Mrs. Marie^U Smith and members ot Group . Harding of Gaithersburg, grand '5. ^^^ chief of Maryland Pythian Sisters.l >. and Mrs. Eloise'Stafford. Lonacon-Qiy Clerk Recuperating jng;, district deputy "rand chief fori District 1. which includes .temples! WESTERNPORT — Mrs. Kath- r—ThP'formal !of Oakland. Cumberland. Frost-jerine G. Dailey, Washington Street. o ineiuuiidi, L — , r:j ,—, __j , .— (city clerk, who underwent surgery Pat the i Schade, Barbara Tedrick and Joan 0 S T B U recently remodeled district office of "the Po;on Company has been! for December 9 and 10. j remodeled office and home 1 Mid!and and Lonaconing. ,. - AIrs - Thrasher Hesson. Firemen Social Scheduled Today The affair will begin with aJRice, West Virginia conservationjservice hall at Romney were open-! turkey dinner al 5:30 p. m. A jinglejofficer, and fined $20 and Ss.eostsjed'last Friday and Saturday. i iparty will be held -with an ex--each by Justice of the -Peacei Invitations to inspect UK change of. gifts costing not less Madalyn Bazzle. . than SI each. inspect jfacilities have been mailed 'to arrangements announced thatj must be; member to| d help .„_.,„ ___.. Those charged with violation ofjtomers and their families. The Zambezi River at the boun- and MT. SAVAGE Volunteer Fire Company It was in Novemtier. 1925. tlialjgame laws were William'-Likens, . , . -, Association will meet Thursday atjthose, 35 charter members are ex-j ser checked 42 deer to head theladequate wiring display, modern """list. Twenty-five whitetaiis werelh'ghting equipment and air condi- 3 p. m. in the school. A programipected to attend the anniversary nf instnnnpntal mi'sic will be pre- rplphratinn. ' ' of instrumental music will be pre sented under the direction of Al-j fred Snyder. music instructor. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Best have returned from Houston, Texas, wherr they attended the wedding of their son, William F. Best. CRESAPTOWN — John McGettigan Mrs. John Howe and Mrs. .... Beatrice Thompson-are patients in!Street, are medical patients m Sacred Heart Hospital. Miners Hospital. Mrs. M. G. Vanmeter. Mrs. Roger Wotring and Mrs. Thomas Barton are patients in Memorial Hospital. Mr. knd Mrs. G. E. Broadwater attended the funeral of his uncle, Wade H. Broad water, in New'Ger- many. Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Crowe, and son are visiting her parents in |Catholic Daughters B Mr Air and Mrs. William Lee of Deceive New Members Baltimore spent the Thanksgiving itcv pcltu. lutru .imco. ,.^v...w—. ..... «„ ,. — .-.~*. Miuucig anu ou" °"" Reports from five of the eight'souvenirs will be offered, used as a dwelling and grocery!checking stations in Mineral Coun-j Displays will be featured at the ley on opening day showed that 101 i Frostburg office. Among the ex- jjiici iwcuiiw.. .ruiiv-aiA members attended the!bucks were slain. jhibits will be electrical appliances The Mt. Savage Parent-Tea'cherjNovember, 1925. meeting and ofj Bailey's Service Station at Key-!for commercial establishments, an sor a social today at 7:45 p. m. in the fire hall. Proceeds will go toward the equipment fund. Brief Mention Isadore Rosenberg celebration. They are Mrs. Sarah Buckholtz, Mrs. Jean Boyd, Mrs. Jennie Brad- checked at the Wagoner and Beam tioning. Service Station, Fort Ashby, 13 each at Staggs' Store, Headsville.' . , . aggs ore ley, Mrs. Mildred Cross, Mrs. Ada and the Ne «? Creek Sen , ice Gardner, Mrs. Mahala Grindl lion, and eight at Poling's Store, j PIEDMONT — Sewing day of the —, _ tlUH, dUU tigUL at a. uj.uig a UIVL^. i j. Ajjj^itiv/i' i. — *jv^i> *"c» «".* •-'*• viiv*, Mrs. Agnes Kiddy,_Mrs. Janet Mil- R - ldgeley Unreported were Dick'sjWesternportHomemakers Club will; um s v,. —x. - - ler, Mrs. Isabel Nightengale. Mrs -| store a "t Elk Garden- Kitzmiller'be held Thursday at the home of; Larry Tansey and son Thomas, Agnes Peel. Mrs. Mary D. Smith; rfd on Schell Roaci and the:Mrs. Martin Weakley. 170 Easti of. Lawrence, Mich., visited their j Mrs. Catherine Steele, Mrs. SarahiIJmstot and W ilson Store, Burling-! Hampshire Street, from 10 a. m. tbj cousin. rence, ivucu., viaucu v/atneniie oieeic, ims. oaicm,« , , Miss Nellie Tansey. JRavenscroft, Mrs. Bessie Wilson!^ msl ° l . . .„..„«„ ..... ____ _Miss Leona Burall is a patient'in; an d Mrs. Annie White. Miners Hospital, Frostburg. i Mrs. William Farrell is a patient Brief Mention Rev. Leslee E. Schwindt, vicar ^ ^ Burling-!Hampshire Street, from 10 a. m. to}**) !jp. m. ' Virgil McKenzie. of Fairgo. was. INTERNATIONAL STERtING ftACt SITTING AS IOW AS £WJC kc. F«i. Tnr Jeffries Bros, Jewelers Broodway v Froitburf Open Saturday ; 'til 9 P. M. in Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumber- st'peter's Episcopal Church, East ,among the "early birds" credited °' ! with kills on .the initial day of the land. Main Street, is home from Mem""• - • • , • Mam ocreei, is HUIHB num i Mr, and Mrs.. James ' Prosba,j orial . Hospitali Cumberland. nnKrt . Pa TTicifpH Air ann IVTrs. , r ^ , . . L -.r-n... ^..j : six-day season. He bagged an 8 point, 180 - pounder on Knobley | Mrs Robert^ Miller ^^I^^^Sr,^ .' MrTand Mr, WaUace Duckworthg^^ ^^^™^^ r ™ ^ Arch Cameron and Missed ™ ^^f^J^i* ' Hnback visited with'Burlington area while Mrs. Hilda H °EichhoVn at RicS Pancake brought down a nine- Thanksgivin" holi-'P° lnter on the famllv farm ln tlle ° iNew Creek region. Denbo. Pa., visited Mr. and Mrs. William L. Best. returned to Baltimore after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Campbell.- • ''- -.• :' . '- : . - ' , -Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hughes,. wm , a Baltimore, spent last weekend with| mon ^ Mrc -Hiio-hpQ' mntlipr Mrs. Atarvi , - Betty , mon Mrs. Hughes' mother, Mrs. Maryj ( j ays _ Morgan. and daughter, Charlane, returned to Baltimore- after visiting Mr. and Mrs. John.F. Gallagher. Mrs. Anna Baker returned •••J *•" A jingle party will be held at the! L U . fe u,.. . A jingie party win ue neiu di uic; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gallagher meet j ng O f j arnes p. Love Unit 92,'Junior Music Lliib nr\ r4-iiirrJi*Ai' Pli-arl-irio rotiirnpfi . • v i . -i? ___ mi American Legion Auxiliary, inurs- w; ,, ,. , Thursday day at 8 p. m. at the Legion home.i^ Ul iUecl l uur - u ' l - > Jackson Street. Wilmete, 111., after visiting her ! father, Edward V. Henckel. Sunday Boore vi; ground Association, announced that Mrs. Marion Skidmors will be the hostess at a party tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. at her home for the benefit of the association. Refreshments will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Poland, Martinsburg. Mrs.'Charles M. Morgan, Youngstown, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Stephen S. Boyle. Her husband returned home after spending the weekend here. School Class 1 Set Thursday FROSTBURG — The Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. in the lecture room. A business meeting will be held and a Christmas party will follow. Each member is to bring a jingle FROSTBURG — The Mountain Harmony Junior Mosic Club -will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Rebecca 0. Bowser. 151 Mt. Pleasant Street. A Christmas program will be featured. Donald Zarefoss, president, announced that Christmas carols for the community tree lighting ceremony will be rehearsed at the meeting. Receive ISew Members " 1C " Uillc Ui w "°- 1 ^" 1<; /,,.:' i Folk, chairman. Viola Densmore.i I "-^'^ ~ " . Pnzes were won by Mrs. Adela>de, Maty ^^ Vj()la W ilkin S on.!FROSTBURG-JamesH.Close MT. SAVAGE - Court Theresa Logsdon, Mrs Alice Meaae ana| MabcJ Durst . Mary Ann Cook.jhas received his commission from 557, Catholic Daughters of Amer- j -Mrs. Cecelia Albright. Mrs. Meaae, McLuckie and Alta Bucka-Gov. T. R. McKeldin as the new ir a held a reccotion of new mem- will entertain the group at her in ,n P rtor for the Man-land holidays with his brother, Harley ^^ _ _ _ _ Lee. and family. - . - ica ' held a reception of new mem-iwili entertain the group at her Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKee, . ' in St Patrick ; s H all recently.!home December 6. The club will; Morgantown. visited her mother, -- J ,,.._ llmlH its annual rhnstmas narlv; Mrs. M. G. Vanmeter. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dawson of Hagerstown is visiting\his mother, Mrs. Nola Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Gormer Hartan and daughter spent last -weekend with relatives in Elkins. n ar c . Mar'earet Walsh and Mrs.: hold i[ s annual Christmas parly! . fe . . . e inoi-*iiivihcit« -71 rai- flia hnmo nT lVTr<: i"\ 7 Mary Dickel were in charge of arrangements. Four new members were received into the court. They are Mrs. James Weimer, Mrs. Anna Gaughan, Mrs. Edward Winebrenner and Mrs." Juanita Watkins. Re- icia(,i* *_o in .._•"•••••-• itliU . iVilo. ^UUCliiitCl " «fctt.iu George, Strickland, son of Jlr-jinstated members are Mrs. and/Mrs. Lawrence Strickland^re-igy^an an{ ] Mrs. Mary E. r 21 at the home of Mrs. jYoung Ladies Bible '(S^All . . - I ^ Bertha Farrell. sThe GN 500 'Card Club met at the home of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Blank. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bertha Hott, Mrs. Thelma Green and Mrs. Maude Holsinger. Mrs. Class Will Elect PIEDMONT—The annual election of officers of the Young Ladies Bible Class of Trinity Methodist district inspector for the Maryland Bureau of Mines. Close replaces Edward A. Stowell, Mt. .Savage, who is on a year's leave of absence due to illness. turned home from Memorial Hospital. ' • Rummage, Bake Sale Planned Al Ellerslie IUI3II)£CL . i>ll O. "• scl «-m uc hostess to the';Church will be held at the home ,uu F at her home December 1. i° f ^ [rs - Anna Stevenson. Murphy! V " "\r h a i T <jmVthp rhan I The New Row Card Club was en-JSlree^ tomorrow evening. Class' Rev. Michael J. bmythe, cnap-. ,.,,,, , , ,, <<;isifrs will hp rov-palprl anri np«' . itertained at the home of Mrs.j iislers %vul De reveaiea ana ne\\ lain, \\as a ° uest - ...P..'-,.,, ^Edith Rizer. Prizes were won byj°nes selected. ; Following the reception, refresh-,^ Dflris ^^ ^ ^^ ^j Mrs _ Jane Bi g gs Mrs Ruth ler and Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins.!Gardner, Mrs. Tommy Wilson, Mrs. Jenkins will be the next host-!-Mrs. Ruby Chancy, Mrs. Virginia: Spanish sherry, hardiest of all wines, is the only wine that can be left indefinitely exposed to air' without damaging its taste. S—and the kid- Advertised In LIFE Come on down to PRICHARD' dies along—to see our fabulous WONDERLAND OF TOYS! We're toys . . . games . . . and wheel goods to thrill and delight every youngster. Many of them are "As Advertised in LIFE" ... and ALL ore as GAY AS CHRISTMAS! Make sure YOU see ALL these toys for yourself. The kids'll love them ... and you'll love PRICHARD'S low, LOW PRICES! Don't YOU miss out —make a date to visit PRICHARD'S colorful WONDERLAND OF TOYS—right away! St. Michael s Church ELLERSLIE - Circle 2 of the, ..... , Methodist Church will hold a rum-'Activities Announced mage and bake sale in the church hall tomorrow at 11 a. m. Pies, cakes, baked beans, potato salad, chicken salad sandwiches and noodle soup will be sold. ;•' Brief Mention Miss Sandra De Vore, College Park, and Miss Ruth De Vore, Westminster, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De Vore. 'ess. i Social Welfare Club Ours, Mrs. Violet Daddysman and; Miss Betty Withrow will, be co-| hostesses. . i will be held at St. Michael's Catholic Church tomorrow at 7. p. m. and the senior choir will have rehearsal at 7:30. . Mr. and Mrs. William Hoover r FROSTBURG—Sodality devotions • Plans Christmas Partv ;Q Of A Group. To Meet ,:n u«. I,AIJ *t- Cf •vri/%Vi^al*<- P-arVirt. . ' j • * ". WESTERNPORT-A Christmas! PIEDMONT - Past Counselors party will feature the meeting of 175, Daughters of America, will ;arsai ai /:.5u. . the Social Welfare Club Thursday';meet at the home, of Mrs. Lavine Confessions will be heard Thurs-[at 8 p. m. in the-DeLuxe Restaur-'Dunnivan, 70 Second Street, tomor- day from 5 until 6 p. ni; and from!ant, Main Street. ' " "•'" - ~ '7:30 until 8:30 p. m. in preparation for the first Friday .of the month. Masses Friday.morning will be at Air ann ivua. »vimai»i AIUW-. - . . .,, and daughters, Laurel, visited Mr. 6:30 and 8. Evening services will . .- _ _it_ /-»_;rr-.. t nf* 3t /! In. Mrs./Joann McCoy is chairman; of the entertainment committee.' Each- member is asked to bring a ; gift to be turned over to the Unit- aiidi Mrs" Kenneth Griffey. (be at 7:15. . !ed Organizations for. distribution Al' and Mrs Ted Bonn Texas j A public social spbiiSofeJ by the, to the needy. Members Will ex- visited friends and relative's in El-'church will be held in the parish ^change gifts and refreshments wfll: e sie Bohn is a former residential! at 8 p. m. Friday. S be served. -j Mrs Mae Cook, Windber, Pa..| Our Lady of devotions; : ; and Mrs. Elda Berkbile, Hoo ; ers 'j^d'ay "'• ™'. ^ '^kaling Party Friday visited Mr. and A-rs.j _ „:„_„. „-, : _._' Ho]y pi ED MO\T —" The Girl Scout jrow at 7:30 p. m. •>. PALACE THEATRE FROSTBURG, MD. OfcY "PRIVATE WAR OF MAJOR BENSON" CHARLTON HE5TON - JULIE ADAMS LYRIC THEATRE tAST DAY "AINT M1SBEHAV1N" O L* ' I ' *J uuaitl J r »n>- * vwt w v* »*v*j ~ *•»-««•••"«**.* . L u\, • viiti LJV-KJUL h» , , _ nd Harlan' Communion in a body at the 7:30 Lone Troop Association will spon- were home on leave frornjmass Sunday. _, _ -^ ^ |»ir_. public rtattjg pwty at the the Navy. The Newman Club of Frostburg K. of P. Armory Friday. MarSJ Saeler, Washington, visit- State Teachers College will attend Margie oacii , t, the 10: la^mass Sunday and receive i Holy Communion A breakfast will i follow m the school cafetena for, Louis. Kendall and son Michael, are visiting Mr. and Mrs Don De Vore, Warren, Ohio, members of the club ' UIB - A reception of new members into the Holy Name Society will be held before the 7:30 mass December 11. A breakfast will follow in the parish cafeteria for all members. Meier Receipts Down KEYSER — City Clerk Carl F. Theia Jr. announced yesterday that parking meter receipts for the week ending last Saturday amounted to $266.39, a decrease Although '".ye care cannot improve 'h« mentality of feeble-mind- amouiucu 10 »*uu.oj, » ~".—— , r -- - -- . from tht amoOnt shown for the;ed children. U can prevent etui- prtvious week when the collection'dren of normal intelligence from #was W8707. The Thanksgiving;developing mental difficulties as holiday made the difference., he the result of poor vision, says the . .. X1«i ttt-r Viel^n Tn<fifllt0 $ai<5. SSevter Vision Institute. Enlist for S-D Day Safe Driving Day Dec«mbtr 1st You, Your Family, Your Friends HOLBENMENCY PHONI 43J fHOltlUKO All FORMS OF INSURANCI NOTICE TO POTOMAC EDISON CO. CUSTOMERS IN THE FROSBURG AREA On and Afttr December l f 1955 All Potomac Edison Co. Bills For Frostburg District Customers Will Be Paid At Our New Frostburg Location . . . 37 Broadway SLEDS LIGHTNING GUIDER 40 Inch $4.50 EA 45 Inch 5.65 EA 52 Inch 6.59 EA 56 Inch 7.29 EA CHILD'S SLED GUARD $1.75 E A LOG TRUCK 98c UP Indoor* or out, *hi* 7 8-inch log truck is built for pl«nr/ of abut*. Orange all-mdtal cab; trailer has aluminum trim. Kne* action, dual rubber wheels. SNOOPY SNIFFER $3.69 Snoopy, Iht faKinaling pul|-t«y for thildun from 1 to 4. H« «WOB- 9«n olong wilh comi«, joinltd l«g, tploy-fooltd mov«m«nl, fodi- aling fun and frUndlintlt. H a r-rf vwa re BudqeiPlai) s. 1 ^ PAY MONTHLY TEDDY BEARS $1.98 W» hav« cuddly Ttddy b«ar« in a vanity of tint and >tyl«i. !•• fh«m right away. An unuioal do-it-youri«lf that will inipirt tht croft f WALCO CORK 'N POM POM JEWELRY gift, lovtf, lit. making of papular tork and pom porn j«w«|ry, «uch at brooltti, n»cl(la<»», ornamtntt. £xe«ll»nl onorttntnt ef btodi, buglti, i*quini, >pangl«, <ark ballt, toning bockt, »tt. N» n«*dl«> and thread r.qoir«d. C«m- f\»t» irutriKh'oni. All oj»». $2.98 DOLL NURSER $1.9S POTOMAC EDISON PHONES 158 '59

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