Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 30, 1955 · Page 15
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F It O * T III KG - K E T S E K New Hospital Wing To Open And Tri-Stale Area New* (12) Evening Times, Wednesday, November 30, 1955 Kevser Graduate Named Head • •'• '.: *T .'••.' Of National Botanical Group Tucker Board I MORGANTOWN-Glen 0. Work- ( 'man of Keyser,.a graduate student) :at West Virginia University, has! ibeen named national president ofi !lhe Phi Epsilon Phi, honorary bo-i tanical fraternity, it was announ-; vjncs ced today. Cattle Rustlers Busy In 'Tliem Thar* Old Hills At Frostburg FROSTBURG -- The Board of Directors of Miners Hospital has announced that the new maternity wing of the hospital will be official-, ly opened to the public Sunday,! for inspection from 11 a. m. until 1 4 p. m. i Light refr;shments will be serv-' ed by the hospital auxiliary. ! thar's! In order to appropriately mark the opening of the addition, the PARSONS — "Podner, _-„ work a-hoof." , Cattle rustlers stole three bo- : public is urged to visit the hospital. f rom u ie f arnl O f j[ .L.'The auxiliary will be on hand to |Cooper of Davis during the past!welcome visitors and conduct a A graduate assistant in the De-; wee! . ancl .,^ Q - S s j, 00 y n g mac i." itour throughout the new section, Biology, Workman' T '' „ ihree-vear-old Dure-! ex P )a ' nin S the many new and partment of •Water System •/ .,.„..„.„„.-,, _-,. ... ~-'' PAKSONS-The Tucker County! served as vice P reside P t of - th ? orJ bred Hcrford hatters and "the oilier modern it Knar? o? EducaUon approved "he S anizatio » until the recent res 'S na -| was a roan heifer, according to the The dir ?_°_?!ll??, U ° a -°" S «««Pm tion of Robert Gordon of Ohio State: ,. she _ if ,., open nou installation of a new for Hamrick School at a meeting yesterday. • The system will replace one used for the past 16 years and will cost approximately $700. The old equip- ment'will be : sold to help pay for . the hew-system. The board also agreed to purchase . materials and pipe water into Sugarlands School with, patrons to supply the labor. The new 54-passenger school bus has arrived for use of the Tucker County schools and has been assigned to the Bull Run route with Dale Barr as driver. The bbard approved the sale >f ML •, View grounds. School and school Brief Mention , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pigott and • children, Akron,. are .guests. of : Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore of Porterwood. - Mr. and -Mrs. .'Cam. MarstiUer and -'daughter,- Bridgeport, are guests of Mrs. A. G. Lipscomb. Mr. and Mrs..'W01is Sayre. and son; Harry, of Portsmouth, Va., and .Mrs:- Rosalind Ericksbn, Newport ; News,-.ya:, are guests of Mrs Bertie Sayre in Hambleton; ,;.Mr. and Mrs.'John F: Dobrescu, Detroit, are guests of.-Mrs. J. D. Collett in Hambleton. -. '•/"• Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Vance and "children, Canton, are guests of Mr arid Mrs. Emery Thompson Jr. -Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cox and - family, Barbersville, are guests <o£ his parents, Mr; and Mrs. I. M.> "Cox. Cox is coach of Barbersville High 'School. - Miss LouAnne Combs, four- montlvold ' daughter of Mr. and llrs.'Fred Combs, Hambleton, is a <™ i- -L :_ tUrt -TufU'pr ofi Workman presently is studyingjp^g^ of"Thomas said the cows toward a PhD degree in botany atj weighed Ii050 poURf j s eac h. The the university. | two pure b re ds were valued at $300 Engineering honor societies at| an( f theioan at $150. the university and their recent; ; — initiates include: Chi Epsilon, civil engineering- Keith D. Peaslee, Rowlesburg, and Kenneth F. Snyder, Slanesville, Hampshire County. Pi' Tau Sigma, mechanical en gineering—Richard C. Schoppert, Piedmont. Eight Advanced Air Force ROTC cadets at the university have been designated "distinguished Air Force students," Col. Joseph E. Payne, professor of air science, announced today. ,-• . Among those receiving the honor was Richard A. Hamilton, Romney. • • ' Westernport Church Work Progresses WESTERNPORT — The interior of St. James Episcopal Church is undergoing improvements, and a hew wing is being added to the second story of the old parish house. A window donated by Arthur and John Mills in memory of their sis- items. directors, in planning the house program, stated that. 'the nursery in the new wing isj one of the most modern in this' part of the country, and the equip-! ment for the delivery rpom is alsoj that can be secured. The! citizens of Frostburg and the;George's Creek region should be justly proud of Miners Hospital, which now can take its place as the most up to date institution in Western Maryland." Brief Mention A congregational meeting will bej held at Welsh Memorial Baptist; Church following the 11 a. m. ser-! vice Sunday. A community Christmas treej lighting service will be held at the [ corner of Water and Main Streetsj December 11 from 6 to 6:30. p. m. The Eckhart Homemakers Club| LONACONING •hiedical patient in County Hospital. the Tucker School Vision Tests Slated ' .r-FROSTBURG - Wayne W. Hill, ftriiicipal of Beall High School, has - announced that vision tests will be given to all Tenth Grade students at the school tomorrow and Friday by Mrs, Dora Swecne, speech cor- rectionist of the Allegany County Board of Education. Hill stated that following the : tests all. parents notified of the results. If corrective action is indicated, parents will be urged to consult their doctors immcdiate- ---=- s ..' Jf finances prevent medical care ; AreaPTAUnit Fetes Fathers ter. the.late Miss Fannie Mills, will be installed. ' The chancel floor is being built from the ground/ up and will be topped with cork tie and a new carpet. The church auditorium is being in the Square Circle Club house. Reservations should be made with Miss Stella Bruner by tomorrow. The Young Men's. Republican Club Auxiliary will met Friday at 3 FROSTBURG — The Hill Street! decorated in aqua 1 and antique rose School Parent-Teacher Association land the natural wood ceilings have held its annual "Fathers. Nighfjbeen cleaned A new organ was program Monday evening in the recently installed and the church r'-^b 1 -" . t •* . ° . • jirae eTnmn o nmu rnnf school auditorium. . i . 'Mrs; Virginia Buckalew presided and the scripture was read by Mrs. Jeannette McFarland. Mrs. Jonelle Connors' room won the at- euti.yu»m»i» i,,.,; nt , thp rest rooms. The outside of the tendance award for having the . • _„„ , „.,. , , was given a new roof. The main. floor of the parish house will be 50x26 leet. The new wing will provide room for a kitchen, two classrooms and two most fathers present. The membership committee reported a total membership of 205 persons, showing a substantial increase over last year. Blackout blinds have been bought and installed from PTA fund:,. Mrs. Virginia Logue set the next meeting of the Adult Study Group for December 14 at 1:15 p. m. Mrs. McFarland reported the outstanding success of the block party held this.month and thanked parents for their support. Mrs. Buckalew gave a report on the state convention held in Baltimore. Johii Manley, principal, welcomed parents and • outlined the Christmas schedule for students, rle commended the PTA on its active organization and its contributions to the school. A program followed the father- son theme with Cub Scout Pack 44 conducting its .Bobcat .induction ceremony and receiving its char- .er for the Richardson, 1 year from Potomac Francis Council representatives. Mrs. Rosemary ?olk. accompanied by Mrs. Anthony Folk sang two selections. r wm b^de" =gh the The door prize was won by r Education Department to secure mond McFarland. Cub Scouts aid from various benevolent or- David and Steven Powell closed ."".... !it> i-i-inotinrr with Ihp nlavinf •• Of ganizalions. .Rummage Sale Slated At Hyndman Center HYNDMAN — A rummage sale will be held Friday and.Saturday from noon to 8 p. m. in the Community Center. The center will be open tomorrow between 4 and 8 p. m. to receive articles. • ; .Brief Mention Mr. 'and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas and daughter, Wenclyl, arc visiting building will be covered with red shingles to match the tower. The projects are being-financed by a five-year plan devised by Dr. Donald P. Whitworth, Louis W. Hicks and Horace P. Whitworth Jr. The work will cost about $29,000. Arnold Clark has .the contract for the work and Roylin Seaber is doing the decorating. The new window will be installed by Lewis and Frucci, Washington, and the Tri-Towns Floor Covering Company will supply the cork tile and carpet. . The building committee is comprised of Arthur Fazenbaker, Daniel Staley and Donald Bantz. School Contest Slated Friday FLINTSTONE-The Senior Class of Flintstone High School will present a one-act play contest Friday at 8:15 p. m., in the school auditorium. The first play is "Life of the Party," with Shirley Twigg as student director: the next is "Haunted Bookshop." with Ronald Shipway as student director, and the third play, "It's cold in Them Thar Hills-." .Mrs. Margaret Atkinson is advisor of the drama group. the meeting with the playing of taps. A social get-together concluded the evening. Hoiiiemakers Club Elects Officers PIEDMONT — Mrs. Frank Dayton was elected president of theiWilliam 'Waltman entertained re- Waltmans Entertain On Son's Birthday ELLERSLIE - Mr. and Mrs. Westernport Homemakers Club, succeeding Mrs. William B. Smith, at a recent meeting in the Presbyterian Church. cently for their son, William, on his eighth birthday. Guests were Bonnie Davey, | Carol Sue Waltman. Rebecca Mrs. -Harry Harris was namediStahlman. Janet Madden. Linda treasurer, succeeding Mrs. Virgil i Porter, Joyce Waltman, Patricia at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Morr j son _' These'officers are elect-jMartin', Paulette Lowe'ry. Mary Carlson, Wilkesbarre. On Saturday, ed evcrv . t wo years , ji rs . Martin; Ann Simpkins, Nita Hiilcbrecht. Wendyl will be maid of honor at the wedding of Mrs. Thomas niece, Lorraine Carlson. Mrs. Helen Goodwin has left to spend the winter with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodwin, at Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wareham Wcaklcy, vice president, and Mrs. William D. Simpson, secretary, were elected last year for a two- year 'period also. Refreshments were served. The annual Christmas party of the club will be held December SO at the Presbyterian Church. Gifts and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. c v c hanced C. H. Allen visited Mr. and Mrs.P u " De cxcna " 8eq C. H. Allen Jr. at Verona Thanks-; . . ,. jOdd Fellows Stapc giving Day. ! c Rev. and Mrs. Donald Collins.JXhnnksgiving Dinner Archbold, Ohio, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and friends here. Mr. Collins was • a former pastor of the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Paupe and daughter, Jill, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beal and Mrs. Bess Harden. Mt. Savage FPA Meeting Tomorrow .MT. SAVAGE — The Parent- Teacher Association of Mt. Savage School will hold its regular meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Elementary, teachers will be in their classrooms. ROWLESBURG—Airey Lodge 17, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, held its annual Thanksgiving dinner in the IOOF hall last Wednesday night with the following present. Mr. and Mrs. Kraymer. Witt, Peggy and Marshall Witt, Mrs. Harvey Cook, James, Robert and Thomas Kerns, Rot>bie and Steve Hagenbuch. Thomas Carr, Thomas Connor, Robert Martin, Ronnie Cook. John Hartman and Mrs. Jack Lowery. BEALL ALUMNI -LEADERS INSTALLED— Following the recent annual'meeting of the .'Beall High School Alumni Association of Frostburg, newly elected officers were installed."-Shown above are (1. to r.) Mrs. Anna Tranum, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Annetta Hamill Gerson, retiring president and executive 'Committee members for four years; Mayo Kreiling, presi- 'dent, -and Mrs. Rae Pugh, vice president. Absent .are Mrs. Harriet Horner, secretary; James Evans, treasurer; Leslie•Kreider,';pub-' licity; Mrs. Florence Hill, Joseph Strtmlz and Katherine Close, executive committee. A report of activities during 1955 was reviewed. Dinner Planned For Lonaconing £> The financial will hold a Christmas party andjcampaign for St. Peter's Episcopal dinner next Thursday at 6 p. mj Church has begun.. 'will at be held A loyalty dinner Tuesday at 6 p.m. Inn. There will be movies for children Tuesday also will be "Quiet p. m. in the club room. Final plansj Dav v at St. John's Church, Frost- for a Christmas nartv will HP;, '••.',. .« _ . • __/-. « '- for a Christmas party will be; made.' ' 'j The East End Playground Association will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Betty D'rummond, Green Street. Mrs. Clara Buskirk, RD 1, is a medical patient in Miners .Hospital. Couple Observes 50th Anniversary KITZMILLER — Mr. and Mrs. David E. Sowers of Kitzmiller celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary recently with' open house at the local fire hall. The couple was married by the late Rev. A. C. Thompson, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Lonaconing, September 15, 1905. Mrs. Sowers was born in Lonaconing. She is the> former Miss Elizabeth W. Mason. Mr. Sowers, a retired stationary engineer and fireman, was born in Chaffe, Md. The couple has a foster daughter,, Mrs. Marjory Shaia, Cleveland, and two grandchildren. Frostburg OES Holds Program FROSTBURG -''At a recent meeting of Mt. Chapter 15, Order of Eastern Star, worthy matrons and patrons of uin'ts in Western Maryland and the Tri-State area were honored. Feted at a ceremony were the following: Virginia Koegel and Thomas Williams. McKinley Chapter, 12; Ethel Zimmerman and Ivan H. Hall, Cumberland Chapter 50. Ros.eleen Stultz and Louis Riggs, Bethlehem Chapter 14, Western- pert; Ella Evans, Mt. Washington Chapter 10. Lonaconing; Leona Phillips, Rebecca Arnold Chapter 57, Mt. Savage; Hazel Walters and Reaford Purbaugh, Oakland Chapter 67; Margaret Poole and Brother Priltle. Moorefield Chapter 102; Ollie Thompson and Robert Montgomery, Alkire Chapter, Keyscr. Each worthy matron received a corsage and worthy patrons were given a ' carnation boutonnaire.. in addition to a souvenir. At the close of the meeting, a social program was held and refreshments were served under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Eckhart. Bricf Mention Rev. and Mrs. Paul O'Brien and :r . . Tvr-n 4- i sons visited his mother in ohio^Cgionnaires Will Aid during Ihe Thanksgiving holidays.JState Police S-D Day Rev. and Mrs. Edward Porterj . and daushter visited t Mrs. Lydiaj KEYSER — Boyce-Houser Post burg, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Members' of St. Peter's Church will, attend. Re'v/Leslee E. Schwi'hdt's first confirmation class will be. con firmed by Rt. Rev. Harry L. Doll, the suffragan bishop of .Maryland. There will be a reception following the Confirmation service at the VFW hall. Donations of cakes are asked. Sister Fidelia will address St. Peter's congregation Monday at 7:30 p.m. Episcopal churches in this area have been invited. At 6:30 p.m. today, St. Peter's Acolyte Guild will meet at the church'.* At 1:30 the adult Confirmation class will meet and at 8:30 there will be choir rehearsal. The Junior Confirmation class meeting will be held tomorrow at 4 p.m. At 8 p.m. the Woman's Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Grace Staup, St. Mary's Terrace and each member will bring^an apron to the meeting. Friday, from 7 until 8 p.m. will be the Sacrament of Penance at St. Peter's Church. Sunday, at 9:30 a.m. .will be Holy Eucharist and sermon and also church school. Brief Mention .Victory Council 1,'* Pythian Sunshine Girls, will hold an initiation tomorrow at 7 p.m. . Miss Gail Broadwater will preside. The Officers Club of Martha Washington Chapter 10, Order ol Eastern Star, will be entertained Friday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, Main Street. Hostesses will be Mrs. Marion Moore. Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. Lila Mowbray. A turkey dinner will be held tomorrow at 6 p.m. by the Young Adults of the First Methodist Church at the church. A Christmas worship service will be held following the dinner, and a business meeting will be held about 8 p.m. Mr. ar.d Mrs. George Wai- bert, co-presidents, will preside. • Mrs. Charles W. Wallers is con fined to her home on Church Street by illness. 'The Lonaconing Women's Club has changed meeting nights from the third Monday to" the second Tuesday of each month at 7:45 p.m. at the VFW home. Mrs. Jessie Miller, Watercliff Street, was honored by her family on her eighty-first birthday Saturday night at her home. Porter. Mrs. Porter returned with her son to Kenshglon. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Close and family of Craley. Pa., visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Close. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Beals and daughter. Elyria. Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bcals. 41. American Legion, will cooperate with West Virginia State Police tomorrow in the observance of "S-D Day," Safe-Driving Day. Legionnaires assisting authorities to keep Mineral traffic accidents County free wili be C. Briley, Estel Sharpes, Fred Kitz- Margaret Cozad, Patricia Lee, Rev. and Mrs. Ada F. Shomo, Rev. and Mrs. William A. 'Pyles, tal. Eddie Pyles. Mr. and Mrs. P. H.' "~~~ ~ ~ Felton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goff.jSeonls Plan Meeting . Mrs. Carl Leydic and Judy Locue: :m iller and Luther Kephart. hav returned to their homes afler ; being patients in Memorial Hospi- Firemen Answer Call Ushers will be available in the James Root, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. Loughry,, Miss Burma Loughry, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Funk. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Garlitz, Thomas and Milton Garlitz, Ralph Myers. Mrs. Ethel Myers, Mr. and lobby to escort classrooms. parents to the Mrs. Kenneth Pnden and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. L R. Shaver. Mary Ellen Shaver, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. The.meeting will continue in thcj W j U , H. C. .Slra'wscr, William auditorium where a program in keeping with, the Christmas senson •"will be presented by'the vocal and music department under the dircc- ' tion of Alfred Snyder, instructor. . Band Executive Board Discusses New Uniforms MT. 'SAVAGE — The executive board of-fie Band Parents Organization met in the school .a, recent ' eveninc to' discuss.. the typo .and style of new uniforms which will be purchased for the iVfl Savagft \Schoo1 band, - i'A siiRffcstion was made, and •'.. adopted; tfinf..:a sfiidy council be setvip.:trt,fiikc care* of miifi'cfll Jn- .''-'^trtilftiiks. the lies'. me". (i n rt of the ; j«ll»«Mti(m will be heW Monday. PIEDMONT - Tri-To\vn District Scouts will meet Tuesdnv at 7:30 p. m.. in the room of Boy Scout Troop 22 at Trinity Method'st Church, according t Carl McMil-; kn. chairman. .Scouts also wil" attend the Cub- Brownie Christmas party schcd-i ulcd for the same evenui™ in the recreation room of the church. i Fire Department was called to the j rate in plenty of. time to include! nome of Eugene Alartin, Uppcnit in their tax levy set in January.; Mew Row, yesterday evening to The county collects the state tax. ixlinguish a'flue fire. ,. |simultaneously with county taxes, i S>a\vscr. Mrs. Charles Wolfe, Mrs. E. P. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hnthawav. Glenda. Allan, Julia i and Brant Hathaway. RiFUS TRAOtD GOOD STOCK ON HAND LYMAN FRONT > ft IP IIOHTt, MARIIE IRON SIOHTS SCOPES AND SCOPf MOUNTS NEW INSUIATID HUNTING ClOTHES AND IOOT1 CUP MAOAZINtS Si* wi — w« fctt w« havi it GRAYtON'* 1 Piirfmtnl Si. Ph*n* SUt K.yi.i, W. V«. PALACE THEATRE FROSTBURG, MD. W«d. . Thur. . Fri. ..Sal. CUM. JANI tOtWT MILE RUSSUl RYAN "MT. SAVAGE—The Mt. Savage Garret! Informed Of Slate Tax Rate OAKLAND—The Garrett County Board of County Commissioners was notified that the state tax- rate for the calendar year ofj 1S56 on real and personal property will'be 10.9 cents per $100 of assessable basis. This is a decrease from the 11- ccnt rate in effect for the current year. The notification was signed by Joseph O'C. McCusker of the state .comptroller's office. The notice is sent each year so the commissioners will have the j Chapter Maps Yule Program KEYSER — Plans for welfare and Christmas activities were formulated at a recent meeting -of Iota Pi Chapter, Tau Phi Lambda Sorority of the Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, at the home of Mrs. Edwin Keener. Mary Kathryn Neville, first vice-president, conducted the session in the absence of Frances Hartman, the president. An outline of sorority activities for' the coming year was presented to the membership group and approved. ' A Christmas party will be held in the Towne House, North Davis Street. Monday, with the retiring officers in charge of entertainment. On December 19, the sorority will entertain patients at the Hood -Nursing Home with a Christmas party. Gifts will be presented to each .patient, and carols will be sung. Following the party, sorority members will leave for the home of Lois Borror for refreshments. Other welfare activities are scheduled for the Hood Home later in the winter. Evon Ford is chairman of the committee in charge. Elizabeth Arnold and Frances Hartman are members of the committee. ' • Luetta Dantzic, second vice- president, was in charge of the program. "Thanksgiving at Thanksgiving Time," and the religious 1 significance of the holiday were the themes. "Fret riot Thyself" by J. Henry Chitwood was presented. The program closed with prayer by Mrs Dantzic Refreshments in keeping with the holiday season were served with Lavada Fanto and Mary Ellen Carpenter as co-hostesses. Others attending included Lois Borror, Mary Virginia Kight, Evon Ford, Mary Rotruck, Luetta Dantzic, Elizabeth Arnold, Mary Kathryn Neville, Naomi Dorsey, Rosetta Kephart and Alma Lee Twigg. Plans Completed For Yiile Party ' «/ PIEDMONT— Plans have been completed for the annual Christmas parties of Boy and Girl Scouts, Cubs and Brownies next week at Trinity Methodist Church, Alton R. Fortney, chairman of camping and activities of the Tri-Towns District, states. The Boy and Girl Scouts party will be held Monday at 7:30 p. m. and the Cub-Brownie program will be held Tuesday at 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. George .McDowell will be in charge of activities, assisted by Boy and Girl Scout leaders. Games will be played and refreshments will be served. Each Scout is asked to bring a usable- toy to be turned over to the United Organizations for distribution to the needy. You Will Have A HAPPY CHRISTMAS If veil* mnlra VMur ««l*rtiAn frttm Garrett County Teachers Group Attends Dinner • GRANTSVILLE — ^The Garrett; County Teachers Association held, its'annual dinner recently at Northern High School. ; 'Paul Muha, president, extended; greetings arid introduced officers a'nd.thsir guests. Wiilard L. Hawkins, superintend-; ent of dounty schools, --spoke. Mrs. Elaine Falkenstein. served as" chairman of. 'the social committee. Approximately 123 attended the rTinnpr ' ' UilJliCL .. The following program was presented, by the Clara Ann Studio of Morgantown:' o 'Toe tap, "Johnny Boogie Blues," Karen Malone: Corps de Ballet, "Tera's Theme" and "Variety Skit," Patty Adams, Jean Ann Riley, Pat McFarland,' Kathy Thomas and Margaret Thomas; modern dance, "Modern Jazz," Patty Adams; tap, "I'm Gonna Live Till I. Die," Terry Lews: adagio, "Miiskrat Ramble," Abie Nassar and Norrna Jean Lewis. RC Blooclmobile Unit To Visit Weslemport WESTERNPORT -r- The Johnstown bloodmobile imit . of the American Red Cross will- be at the home of Victory; Post 155, American Legion, from noon to 6 p. m. Tuesday. Plans are underway for securing as .many blood donors as possible, Mrs. Paul Cueva, chairman for Westernport, said. '• The local quota has been set at 150 pints. When the unit last visited here October 5, only 43 pints were given to\the blood bank: Pythian Lodge Will Host Fifth District _ '. PIEDMONT— Lafayette Lodge 3, Knights of Pythias, will be host to the Fifth District of the Pythian Lodge at the Pythian hall here Monday at 7:30 p. m. Other lodges to be represented will be Keyser, Elk Garden. Elaine and Gormania. . For Sale — Model 94 Winchester 32 special. Used one season, $50. Call Frostburg 375-J. Adv.— Nov. 30 N-T . . — . — — — TOYS TOYS -TOYS Charlie Charlie Hill's Hill's Toylond Newsstand Over Engle's Meat Mkt. 24 W - . Mn!n > W. Main St., Fbg, Froitburg • MT.CITY ROLLER RINK Lions To> S<eU 500JuleTi%s At Piedmont .' . "' •-:'•: • -v£- • WESTER.NPORT-The Westernport-Luke Lions Club;- will begin its annual sale of Christmas trees December •• 17 on the' Piedmont swimming pool grounds. The sale will continue „. until • all of the 500 trees have been so!d. Money realized from the project will be used for. the club's sight conservation program. The club realized ?200 fromth^ sale of fruit cakes. Additional cakes may be secured- by contacting. James Westi. chairman. •;>. • At a recent meeting in the""recreation rooms of ML : Calvary Lutheran Church, Alfred Benna, principal of Mt. Savage' ?SchooJ. explained . the five-year^, school plan. • •-.:.:-."-: '-.'".. "•' ,'. {J" The -plan has been ,ehddrsed/by the Maryland StateTarerit-Teacher Association and 200; teachers.; jrfttie state are appearing -. before", .clubs explaining the set-up. V. (..••.:'•;$' . . The -state PTA group; and "teach- . ers are asking that. Maryland ..bear more of the. cost of the education plan instead of so much for tfi| county to carry. . ; . : -... Minister Heads ' ' • .'•'.'• - * " £ : : Red Cross Unit ^ BEDFORD — Rev. Ira 0.- Reed, pastor of Bedford Presbyterian 3. .William Mclntyre of Bedford; v.'ho has held the post for ine 'past two years.; ; Other officers elected were: Howard J. Kbontz,,.RD 2, Bedford, first vice chairman; -Mrs.- EdgaE Griffith, RD 2, Bedford, .second vice chairman; Mrs. Calton Heckr FROSTBURG—Nine Beall -High ' School students will leave Friday with other delegates from Allegany County to attend IJje two-day 'conference of Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs in Wilmington, Del. ; The annual Eastern' Seaboard conference will convene Friday evening and dismiss Sunday morning. The local group will leave in a bodv from Cumberland. ?. Fresh Flowers from the Greenhouse Harvey's GREENHOUSE • {..Main St. Froitburg Phoni 266 Open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily Closed All Day Sunday •• " Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWIS Concrete Products 8 Taylor Si. Frostburg PHONE 322 -HILL TOP INN— Try Our Broiled Sttaki For the Best of FOOD bring the family to HILLTOP ROUTE 40 9 Milei Wejf of Frostburg PHONI 713 our nationally advertistd -line of mtn't wtar: Suits, Topcoats; 1 Sport Coats, Slacks, Shirts, Pajamas, Ntckwtar, Oxfords end many other fin* gifts for man who know. A, Chas, Stewart's • HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Skating Wed. - Fri. - Sat. ^ Nights For Skating Parties Phone Fbg, 438-J 1st. Anniversary Dec, 3rd. Expert watch repair . . .all watches electronically tested on WATCH .MASTER before delivery. Dean's/Jewelry Gunter Hotel Building PHONE 563 , Frostburg — Advertisement — MANY SAW MIRACLES IN WESTERNPORT POTOMAC EDISON CO. CUSTOMERS IN THE FROSBURG AREA On and After Dectmb«r l f 1955 All Potomac Edison Co. Bills For Frostburg District Customers WiSi S* Paid At Our New Frostburg Location . . . 37 Broadway >• ' ! • ' THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. WESTERNPORT—Would you bilicVc" if, if'-sow it'happen right before your eyes? Of course you would! The diy of God's Visitation is at hand. A.VISIT TO WESTERNPORT, WHERE EVANGELIST L,:C. ROUE/KNOWN 70 HOSTS AS SKY-PILOT, is conducting great; libU Salvation and Heolinj Meetings, in ttia Assembly of God Church on Maryland Ave., nitely 7:30 eicept Monday 'until further notice, WHERE DEAF EARS ARE IEING OPENED — LOTS ELSE; WILL IRING GREAT JOY TO YOUR HEARTS; to*, ««d you will fd •*•? «iyir.|: "Gad still lives." A Hijpv WelcwM Avaitt -* and Fine Prnk^j, WKYt -7? Daily Monday thru Friday 1:45, Sat, Sunday I JO A. M, ' :

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