Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 23
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 23

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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I KOSIIll 1K.-HI VM It And Tri-Slale Area (22) Evening Times, Thursday, December 1, WM FSTC Leaders PlaiiToAttencl Press Meeting FROSTBURG — Mary Catherine Maiier. co-editor-in-chief, and Dr. Lucile N. Clay, faculty advisor to "State To Date" at Frostburg State Teachers College, will leave tomorrow for New York to attend the executive board meeting of the Teachers College Division of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The group of student editors and faculty advisors will meet Saturday in ths association's headquarters at Columbia University in order to plan the program for the . spring meeting to be held March 15 ; and 16, 1956. Miss Maher, who was elected a member of the executive board at-the 1955 March meeting, is t represent the State of Marylam Washington, D. C. and North Cari lina; Roy Zabierek of Lowell Stai Teachers College in Massachu setts, president of the Teacher College Division, will preside a the" session. Ben Jensen, executiv chairman appointed by the assi ciation, and several faculty advis ors will also help with the plan ning. -v Brief Mention Ehilathea Class of First Englis Baptist Church will hold a turke diiiner tomorrow at 6 p. m. in th Sunday School room of the-churcl A .Christmas party will follow th dinner and gifts will be exchaag ed. Frostburg FT A Will Formulaic County Council FROSTBURG — The Future! Teachers of America of State Teachers College met Tuesday in the college .'ining room to discus.sp snick ' chl "' c1 ' Slt ' ect - was clcct possible plans for forming an FTAi cd President of the Lonaconmg Lonaconiiig Honjemakers Club Elects LONACON1NG - Mrs. William Council comprised of representatives from FTA organizations in schools west of and including Flintstone. A steering committee headed by Mrs. Jack Snyder, who wil lact as Homemakers Club at a meeting Tuesday evening in the VFW home. Mrs. Stanley Green was named treasurer. The bus'ness meeting was in charge of Mrs. Thomas B. Dick. faculty advisor, 'was formulated!""' 1 cal < was answered by "now to draw up the permanent council Mrs. Margaret Zembower wil serve as temporary chairman, as sisted by Laura Jean House, cor responding secretary. The other members on the steering commit tec are Anna Mao Bishop anc Rosalie Llewellyn from Valley High School: Marion Rice anc Evangelist L. C. Robie Conducting Services iVESTERNPORT-Evangelist L C.rKobie of Union Springs, N. Y is 7conducting daily services, wit thejexception of Mondays, at 7:3 p.,'m. in Assembly of God Churcl; 210-JVlaryland Avenue. Subjects for the balance of thi will be:, today, "Trouble Waters"; tomorrow, "The Un answerable Question" and Salur dayr : "How This Former Methodis Evangelist Got God's Power" At a Sunday evening rally, h wifi"speak on "Is There Such i Place As Hell." The services wi; continue next week. Wanted: Good homes for two cub puppies of doubtful paternity Phone Frostburg 1599. ; h Adv. Dec. 1; N-T .£* Framing'Lumber ,** Insulation iT Knotty Pine Panel '" Plywood Y. P. Stepping JM, BROADWATER ' LUMBER CO. ••'I PHONE 8S5-J t."Mil« W«t of Frpjtburg on R». 40 •'"• PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY - - — ADVERTISEMENT — GOD WESTERNPORT WESTERNPORT.—HOSTS COM ING FROM MILES AROUND TO SEE GOD WORK IN WESTERN PORT. Evangelist L. C. Robie of Union Springs, ,N". V. is notf in the midst of great Bible Salvation and Healing Meetings, in the Assembly of God Church, Maryland Ave.—lots of good parking, too. DEAF EARS ARE BEING UNSTOPPED, EVES MADE TO SEE, AND FOLKS REMOVE THEIR BRACES. One can't forget ' such scenes. They continue every nite 7:30 except Mondays until further notice. YOU'LL FIND LOTS OF YOUR FRIENDS THERE. WKYR Daily—Mon., Fri. 8:45; Sal. Sun. 8:30 A. M. - : ~: — ADVERTISEMENT — Thomas Bible, Flintstone; Dorothy Aldridge and Laura Jean House Mt. Savage High School; Connie Rephann. Darlene Pope and Sus..n Shook, Beall High School; Mar jorie Lewis and Lois Lee, Allegany High School. A movie entitled ."Freedom To Learn" was shown and refresh merits were served. Do You Clean Your Painted Walls and Floors." Upon accepting the new presidency, Mrs. Cesnick commended Mrs. Dick, retiring president. Mrs. Green sooke briefly. The annual Christmas dinner and jinsle party will be held December 14 at 6 p. m. in the VFW home. Each member w'll brine a jingle C'ft to the p,arty, in addition to an item for a grocery basket. Before concluding, Mrs. William Wattenschaidt gave a reading on Thanksgiving. -A social hour fql- lowed. Westernport To Get Offer On Bond Issue WESTERNPORT—John M. Bunt ing of the Thackara Grant and Company, Philadelphia, is expected to submit another bid for the purchase of $347,000 worth o bonds being offered by the Town of Westernport at the meeting of Mayor Okey E. Michael and Town Commissioners Monday at 7:30 p. m. A previous bid of the bonding, company to purchase the bonds al 95 per cent on each $1,000 bond at 3% per cent interest was approved by the town and the firm Since that time, the town has been informed that state law docs not permit a community to sell their bonds below par. Mayor Michael stated at a meeting to the Town Council last evening that Bunting said the agreement stands until they accept or reject the new proposition that will be offered Monday. The money the town will realize : rom the sale of the bonds will be used -for the construction of a fil- ration plant on Westernport Hill and the building of a storage water ank on the new Bruce High School grounds to provide water or.the school and the residents in hat area. The second and final reading oT parking regulation, known as rdinance 8 and prepared by Hor-i ice P. Whilworth, town attorney, passed its second and final roaring. A resolution will be drawn up at he next meeting removing ail jarking on Church Street since Ihe own lias a parking lot on thel at 3;no p. m. ground leased from the Western Maryland Railway. Brief Mention Commissioner Harry Richards, School Yule Program Set PLA;,' ANNUAL CaRi'S/iUAS FAIR—Final preparations arc being made for the annual Christmas Fair tomorrow and Saturday at First Presbyterian Church. Proceeds will go. to the building fund. In the picture above, Mrs. Walter Anthony Heft) and Mrs. Francis Richard- son (rig.iU, co-chairmen, are checking the booth to be operated by Mrs. Jo Anne King. Eleven booths will be featured. The affair will open tomorrow from 7 to 10 p. m. and Saturday from 2 until 10 p. m. with a plate lunch being served from 5 to 7 p. m. Saturday. o LONACONING—A public Christmas program will be held Decem her 15 at 8 p. m. in Valley High School auditorium. Other activities include a Christmas dance sponsored by the Student Council on December 21 and an Alumni basketball game at 6:30 p. m., followed by a dance sponsored by the Hi-Y in the Valley gym. Opening of the basketball season will - be Tuesday with Valley play ing its first game at Piedmont High School. The opening home game will be with Piedmont al Valley on December 13. The Valley Boosters Club will hold a Christmas party December 14 at 7 p. m. at the school with a jingle exchange and refreshments following a business meeting. The faculty Christmas dinrter and jingle party will be held December 14 at the Pythian Sisters hall al 6 p. m. The Christmas program wil! be presented with a cast chosen to enact the Christmas story, "Gloria." Participants will be Donald Timney, David Weir, James Leake, William Schaidl will be shepherds; Timothy Doolan, Obed; Kenneth Mctz, Judali; Robert Hyde. Saradan; Martha 'Lewis, Elizabeth: .James Moffntl, George Louder and Charles Mecse, three soldiers; William Abbott, heavenly nessengcr; Donald Amoruso, pro- jhel; Margaret McCormick and lonold Shaw, Joseph; Gerald ilewellyn, Gordon Stevenson and Joe Schlcreth, the Three Kings. The Student Council will have a Yuletidc setting at the Valley gym 'or the annual Christmas dance on :hc closing day for the Christmas lolidays from 8 p. m. until 11:30 p. m. School closes December 21 Vlain Street, is confined to. his lomc due to a sprained ankle. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Brundige and children, Miller Street, are pending their vacation in Texas. Fred Martin, a member of the Street Department, who suffered a heart attack while at work, is confined to his home. OES Meeting Tomorrow LONACONING cers Club will - The 0' i Ofl'i- mect tomorrow evening in the Masonic Temple with Mrs. Mary Green, Mrs. Lila Mowbray and Mrs. Marian Moore as hostesses. • For Rent: Sleeping room with private bath. Apply 181 East Main Street after 6 p.m. Adv.—N-T Dec. 1-2 Gifts Galore • Eletcric Razors • Amity Wallets • Cosmetics • Brass Novelties Shupe's Pharmacy Phone 520 Frostburg A Complete Line of ,, KASOO FEEDS.. Kay and Straw By the Bole or Ton ROBE30N FARM SERVICE THE KASCO STORE Reor 119-E. Main St. Froitburg PHONE 559-M Indian Educators Will Visit Frostburg Teachers College FROSTBURG—Two Indian educators who are participants in the 1955 International Teacher Education Program, will visit from January 6 to January 27 at Frostburg State Teachers College. They are Mrs. Florence Chaudhari and Kamla K. Chaturvedi, joth of whom specialize in administration and supervision in the field of secondary education. She is classed as an inspectress of schools at Nagpur and he is principal of a teachers' training college at Bik- aner. Mrs. Helen 'Silverthorne, social director at the college, is- arrang- ng a program for th" educators during their three-week stay in Allegany County. She is contacting a large number of organizations to see which ones would like to plan a program xvith the educators. Chaturvedi, 42, received his bachelor of arts degree in 1934 [fom Allahabad University and bis masters' two years later from Lucknow University. He later studied in both England and Scotland, receiving a teachers' diploma from Westminster Training College in London and a bachelor of education degree in 1938 from Moray House Training College in Edinburgh. Chaturvedi began his teaching career in 1942 as headmaster of he Central Training School. Subsequently he served as a college professor of 'economics, a high chool headmaster, an inspector of schools and since 1953 has been principal of the Government Train- ng College. A member of the World Brother- nood of Scouting and the Bikaner Hairpin lace .stoles and Corde Bags made to . order. Phone Frostburg 924-W. Adv. Dec. 1; N-T. Insulated —•—— BOOTb "——— $11.95 We Givo S&H Green Stampi J, B, Shannon & Co, Frostburg Rifle Club, he was a district scout commissioner in Alwar. He has traveled extensively in England, Scutland, Sweden, France and Germany. Mrs. Chaudhari, 40, holds three degrees from Nagpur University. Her teaching . experience has included duties as assistant teacher and headmistress. She is a member of the Nagpur University court, the faculty of education at Nagpur University, the university's Board of Studies in Education, the Nurses Registration Council and ; the Red Cross Society. She was a delegate from Madhya Pradesh State to the All-India Social Education Seminar. Mrs. Chaudhari has published a book entitled "Teaching the Adult," which is the-first book written and published in Madhya Pradesh on social education. Both of the educators from India speak, understand and read excellently in English. Bible Class Dinner Scheduled Tonight HYNDMAN — The Young Adult Bible Class of the Methodist Sunday School will hold its annual buffet dinner today at 8 p.m. in the social hall for members and their families. Children will bring presents for less fortunate youngsters of the community. RCA & ZENITH TELEVISION We Service All Makes Work Guaranteed E!ectric Appliance Go. 19 Union St. Dial 4421 Lonaconing Annual Yule Fair Planned FROSTBURG — The annual Christmas Fair sponsored by First Presbyterian Church will open tomorrow at 7 p. m., according to Mrs. Walter Anthony, • and Mrs. Francis Richardson, co-chairmen. - The two-day affair will be open to the public until 9:00 p. m. tomorrow and from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Saturday. Eleven booths will be featured, selling articles made by members of the congregation over a three- month period. In charge will be Mrs. William Thpmas and Mrs. Abraham Park, baked goods; Mrs. Alfred Rephann and Miss Ruth Engle, candy; Miss Jane Grindle and Mrs. Elaine Willetts, surprise booth: Mrs. Walter Kline and Mrs. Timothy Fuller, white elephant: Mrs. Elinor Cooper and Miss Ruth Hanson, aprons and needlecraft; Ellsworth Filer and Kenneth Truly, toy and book shop; Mrs. Orville Jackson, fish pond; Mrs. Jo Ann King and Miss Helen Park, Christmas booth: Earl Richardson, darts; Donald Beall, movies; Walter Anthony, Al Ganyu and Mrs. Harry Burkett, refreshments. A guest at the fair will be Paul Caravetta, a graduate of Lafayette College, and now a senior student at Western Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, who will also be pulpit supply minister Sunday. Most stutterers,, unable to talk except with difficulty, 'can sing with ease. Precedent Of 184 Years To End In Bedford County BEDFORD — The day of mixed juries in Bedford County moved a step closer toward reality recentl> when for the first time names of women were included in the "jury wheel" from which the grand, tra verse and petit juries of the Feb ruary term of court will be filled When women appear among the chosen for the 1956 juries it will mark the first time in the 184-year history of the county that women have sat on juries here. Inclusior of women in the juries was urged by Judge Richard C. Snyder last year and cojrthouse facilities for them were provided by the county commissioners earlier this year. In the past women never served. The official reason for maintaining ;he custom of all-male juries had been that the courthouse had no sanitary facilities for women. Judge Snyder submitted a list of prospective women jurors to Jury ;ommissioners Clarence Diehl and William Shoenthal for inclusion in :he jury wheel from which all names of jurors in 1956 will be drawn. The list was drawn up on recommendations of names made )y women's clubs of the county, vho had agitated the changeover o mixed juries for years before t was finally made. A. total of 305 women's names will be included in the new wheel along with those of 445 male electors for a total of 750. The method of putting in names of women jurors drew fire from some -sources on the grounds that limiting it to nominees of womens clubs would produce a lopsided group not representative of all the female voting population of the county. Jury commissioners said the final list of all 750 would be completed about December 16, or before if local party committeemen file their lists of prospective jurors promptly. A* least one of these has flatly refused to submit a list. Each person named for a jury must be a qualified elector, and one prospective juror is chosen for each 25 electors in the county. There are more than 18,000 in the county so that 750 jurors will be "in the wheel" for possible calls to serve in 1956. Judge Snyder last week dis- chargod the final all-male criminal and civil juries, scheduled to meet next month, but the last all-male ?rand jury convened Tuesday to lear several cases to be presented for indictment by the district attorney. The date was" set back from Monday since the jurors and most of the court officials wanted to- go hunting on the date, the first day of deer season. ;: The Po, with a length of 41? miles, is the longest river in Italy. r or Sale: One pair Skis, Binders, Poles, and Ski Boots, size lOVi. Call 740-J after 5 p.m. Adv.—N-T Dec. 1 • Roofing • Siding • Spouting INTERIOR PAINTING BUILT IN CABINETS WITH FORMICA TOPS L. NEILSON & SON S. Wcfer Sh Ext'd Phone 787-M FROSTBURG PALACE THEATRE FROSTBURG, MD. THURSOAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY 2Oth C«nlury.Foi presents CLARK. JANE .ROBERT GABLE RUSSELL RYAN All Members of Frostburg Council No. 1442 K. of C. are requettecf fa meet at the Council Horn* today at 7:30 P. M. in regards to our deceased brother John A. BoyU. Edward Jackson GRAND KNIGHT TRA-VALET w CfltDEO A sturdy, toilet kit m your efaein el Sat leathers. larg* «•*•*• ity, wide opening. WaA- . able plastic lining. An *hdl companion. $5.00 »• $7.50 Hosken Jewelry Phone 473 Frostburg Open Sot. till 9 P. M. Linoleum Remnants 25c up QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1181-W FOR FREE ESTIMATES 117 E. MAIN ST. . FROSTBURG For Christmas WEAREVER • Aluminum Roasters FEDERAL • Enamel Roasters All SJio PAINT & HARDWARE PHONE 360 FROSTBURG STORE HOURS DAILY 8-5 P.M. SATURDAY 8-9 P .M. GIFTS for him • Pipes • Cans of Tobacco • Cigars by box .* ., • Cigarette Liters • Tobacco Pouches Schraffts - Norn's and Other Christmas Candy CHARLIE HILL'S Newsstand W. MAIN ST. FROSTBURG Special Sale • DRESSES • SUITS Drastically Reduced of Frostburg CONDON'S SHOE STORE you'll fall in love with the hugging clinging caressing' r>» Shoci You lev* To Int In Other Stylet, at sinn V jfTT-AltfS IMS an4 $».M 20 W. Main St., Froitburg,, Phone 890-J MOT ^/ New super-circle precision tuning... new super-resonant cabinet... at a very special, price. Turquoise or Mint Green or Antique White, or Mahogany.Model $1} ts . 56H, just **(? A Motorola clock radio that does most anything! Duplex Timer, Buzzer Alarm, Slumber Switch, Appliance Outlet. Red, White, Minf Green or Mahogany. Model 56CS, $ftf.V5 einly due leader peaked We've never 'hi* ot o price like Silver trim. M about oureasy pay plan V . - ... Bob's Radio Service PHONE 87 69 E. MAIN ST. FROSTBURG U/OU/I junto You've never seen a dress like this one! Above tn« rustling taffeta skirt, » skin-snug bodice of flocked nylon net gathered over garden-print taffeta. Ont of the most startlingly smart dresses of the *easun) Acetate taffeta in sizes 7 to 13. $17 95 OTHER DORIS DODSON JUNIORS fftOM $10.91 Mary Carol Shop Phone 1040 Frostburf

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