Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 2, 1955 · Page 14
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FROSTBIJRG-KEYSER A lid Tri-Stale Area News (14) Evening Times. Friday, December 2, 1985 Mineral County Retail Sales For 1954 Reach $12,076,000 Economics Class KEYSER - Retail sales in 1954 of 221 stores in Mineral County totaled $12,076,000. according tO | preliminary 1954 Census of Busi-jnp n ness figures announced by the Bit- * ° rcau of the Census. Department of ,,,„,„,„ _ ' Commerce. This was an increase kkYSLR-1 he Home s Economics of 26 per cent over sals in I94o! clai;s at - keyser High School, wit!; by 2G6 stores of S9.5S2.000. Stores with payrolls in 1954 bered 135. had 550 paid cmp. in November 1954, reported roll of Sl.033.000, and accounted for sales of $10,710,000. Proprietors ofj unincorporated businesses number- Mrs. Mildred Thompson as teach- cr, has been entered in the Na- ,-jber 6. Keyser wil! join with approxi- nately 256,534 students who wil: ed 220. The number of stores and{s rad " atc in ."w spring in 10 222 their 1954 sales, grouped by major high schools in this country with a kinds of business, were: Food stores, 44, $3,202,000: oatingl drinking places, 40, $670,000; gen cral merchandise group. 16, $1,273.-! test of aptitude for a career in the home economics field and home- i making. i\ year ago a Keyser High 000: apparel, accessories stores, (School graduate, .Miss Jean Kight, mm: apparei, accessories siomv , , - , .. . 13, $686.000; furniture, home furn-i^^/^/^^!! 1 ^!^'" 8 ^ ishings, appliances. 14, $960,000; Automotive group. 18, $2,266,000; a " d laer awrded {West Virginia "Homemaker of To !morrow" title after advancing to Beall Named Elks Speaker For Memorial FROSTBURG — The annual me morial service of Frostburg Lodge 470. BPO Elks will be held Sunday at 8:30 p. m. in the Elk's Home, JEast Main 'Street. Arthur L. Kirby, exalted ruler, announced the following program: address. John Glenn Beall Jr.; eulogy, Noel Speir Cook; music by the choir of Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church; invocation. Rev. Edward Godscy, and benediction. Rev. George L. Wchler. Deceased members for the year 1955 are A. Guy Marteney. Rudolph NMckel, Dennis A. Niland, Joseph F. McKenzie and Raymond R. Spitznas. The memorial t committee includes U. B. F. 'Edwards, chairman, John Dillon. Arthur Kirby. Joseph James and Clarence Rephann. oine servrce saion. , .3.- sl)c co;)tjnued , 0 ; lumber, bldg., malls., hard-., .. . . . f - , ,,„,,, ir . — *« » gasoline service station, 27, $1,052,-! 000 ware, farm equipment, 8. ? 436 . 000 :ip hjlade | nhia where shc won drug stores, proprietary stores, 7 ,\ r """"*•' ' • •. S33fa°000: other retail stores, 24, $1,- 1 1 ™'*™ collcge , scho a «h'P- | The Homemaker of Tomorrow 061,000 and non-store retailers, $64,000. 10, SPECIAL 1952 PONTIAC 4 Door Sedan, Chieftain Deluxe, HydramaHc, Radio, Heater, Undercoat, One Owner Car, Low Mileage. •MRDUJE 'FR05TBURG 'contest is sponsored by General Mills wilh $100.000 in 'scholarship awards to assist in high school homcmaking education. | For rent' furnished apartment, first floor. 4 rooms, bath and heal apply 89 Ormond 7 and 9 PM. ' ; Adv.—Dec. 2 N-T . Street between Plumbing & Heating BATH OUTFITS — KITCHEN SINKS HOT WATER TANKS Roofing & Spouting GAS — COAL — OIL FURNACES All work guorontBcd—Froe Eitlmatei WM. R. GOEBEL 25 Centennial Street- Phone Frostburg 486 PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE Maytag and Magic Chef Gas Ranges Double Trade-in Allowance The Durst Co. 2 Main St. Phone 265 FROSTBURG Brief Mention CHURCH WORK DEDICATED — An addition and improvements to Evangelical United Brethren Church at Westernport were dedicated this week. Participating in the ceremony were (1. to r.) Lee Maphis, trustee; J. Dayton Ours, chairman of the board of trustees; Dr. Floyd L. Fulk, superintendent of the Virginia Conference; Rev. Andrew C. Agnew, pastor; Rev. Agnew's brother, Daniel, a student at Shenandoah College, Va., and pastor of Pleasant Valley Charge, and Carmel Kight, trustee. Program included vocal selections, both solo and group. senior St. Martha's Guild of St. John's Episcopal Church will sponsor a rummage sale tomorrow from 9:30 a. m. to 3 p. m. in the parish hall. The annual Christmas . dinner party of the Women's Guild of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church will be held Tuesday at 6 p. m. in .he recreation room of the church. Secret sisters will be revealed and iisw names drawn. Jingle gifts will be exchanged. The Girl Scout Leaders Associa- .ion of Frostburg will sponsor a skating party tomorrow from 1 to 4 p. m. at the Mountain City skat- ng rink. Leaders who will be in charge are Mrs. Kenneth Babcock, Mrs. Gurney Bceman, Mrs. Frank Lewis, Mrs. Francis. Carrington arid Mrs. Samuel Conrad of Troop |2. Each girl may bring a guest. Mrs. Carol Hollern, 244 East Alain Street, was admitted as a medical patient Wednesday at Miners Hospital. A story hour will be held in the Frostburg Free Public Library tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. for children who are four, five, or six years of age. Mrs. Wayne Layman svill be narrator. House for rent, 90 W. College Avenue, Frostburg. Phone 309-R. Adv.—Dec. 2-3 N-T PALACE THEATRE FROSTBURG, MD. LAST DAY CLARK GABLE—JANE RUSSELL "THE TALL MEN" LYRic THEATRE LAST DAY — DOUBLE FEATURE 'CORONERS "A RACE CREEK" FOR LIFE" In GM Contest MT. SAVAGE - Senior girls of Mt. Savage High School have been invited by General Mills to enter the second Search for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow contest. The senior girl who receives the highest score in a written examination based on homework knowledge, 'and' aptitude will be the local "Homemaker of Tomorrow." She will represent Mt. Savage in the stale contesl where she will compete for a college scholarship of at least' $1,500 and possibly $5,000. •Participants will take a 50-miiK ute examination.. The examination™ will be graded by the Science Research Associates of Chicago. Ml. Savage's winner will receive a golden pin and cook book. j All Senior girls who are in Home! Economics, and one commercial sludcnt. Barbara Robinetle. have enrolled for Ihe examination. Community Will Hold Yule Light Program Dec. 14 Keyser Band Concert Set KEYSER — The Keyser High WESTERNPORT Christmas ^ hand ^ ^^ decorations to illuminate the com-!., . _ , „ ,, munity will be turned on Decem-l Polomac State Collc S e band ln P re " ber 14 and remain lighted nightly, including January 1. A. S. Fazenbaker and Sons have been engaged to put up the holiday decorations in the business section. Mrs. Henrietta Kazlo, acting city senting a gala Christmas concert at the high school auditorium on the afternoon of December 14, and for the general public on December 15 at 7:30 p. m. A preliminary concert will be clerk, was instructed to write to!£ iven by the reserve band. Scv- the Western Maryland Railway and ask for permission to erecl a Christmas tree on their lot at the intersection of Church and Main Streets. The city clerk's office will be closed all day December 26 and January 2 and will be open only a half-day December 27-31 from 8 a. m. to 12 noon. > May we suggest some PRETTY CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN ON YOUR LIST KIDDIE TOWNE A Specialty Shop For Children 9 E. MAIN ST. Brief Mention Miss Mary Bird Graham is visiting her sister, Mrs. Virgil Boyer, Pittsburgh. Miss Celeste Allen and Miss Mary Jane Allen, Cumberland, returned after spending last week- lend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hice. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hauscr.j and family, Connellsville, returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crowe. I Mrs. Iris Slowell, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stowcll and son, Aberdeen,] returned after visiting Mr. Mrs. Joseph Crowe! Aloysius Monahan, Washington, has - returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Francis Monahan. Miss Margaret Ann Campbell returned to Baltimore after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Campbell. Mrs. Edgar Bridges and Mrs. Dorla ' Sowers, Slabtown. returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bridges, Keedysville. PTA Support Urged jBy Keyser Principal KEYSER -.Parker C. Black, principal of Keyser High School, has made a request through students for more attendance at general Parent-Teacher Association meetings. Report cards will be distributed to students Wednesday. A PTA meeting will be held today at 7:30 run. in the school office. Wonderful GIFT •- Assortments of Frostburg eral selections will be played by the combined bands, the reserve band, the high school band and the college.band. Due to the urgent need of new uniforms, it is felt that. a fund earmarked for uniforms can be initiated at Ihis program by having a free-will offering. The goal for the uniform fund is $4,500. Advertisement — MANY SAW MIRACLES IN WESTERNPORT Aluminum Storm Doors 38,95 ALL HARDWARE INCLUDED Windows 15.95 up INSTALLATION EXTRA HASTINGS AWNINGS ARTHUR BOND PHONE 1053-M 88 BRADDOCK ST. FROSTBURG I .Women's Club To Meet I I MOOREFIELD —The Moorefield i Woman's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. G. MunUing Mon-j day at 8 p. m. The Fine Arts' committee with Mrs. James Ansel ! as chairman, will be in charge of' the annual Christinas program.; Co-hostesses will he Mrs. K. G. Vance. Mrs. W. C. Harper. Mrs/ aul Harper and Mrs. Earl Vincent. j Potomac Edison Company Continuing Our MOVING DAY SALE Thanks Folks, for Buying So Many of Our USED APPLIANCES We Still Have A Nice Selection Of USED FRIGIDAIRES and RANGES (Completely Reconditioned - Sanitized - Guaranteed) All New 1955 Ranges and Frigidaires NOW REDUCED For YOUR CONVENIENCE - USED APPLIANCES WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT OUR MAIN STREET OFFICE DAILY FROM 1:00 P. M. TO 5:00 P. M. Come see our new building at 37 Broadway. Complete selection of 1956 appliances and imoll appliances. The Potomac Edison Company - Frostburg G, E, and FADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURG TELEVISION 117 Walnut St., Grahamlown Phone — Forstburg 418-J WESTERNPORT—Would you believe it, if you saw it happen right before your eyes? Of course you would! The day of! God's Visitation is at hand. A VISIT TOj WESTERNPORT, WHERE EVANGELIST! L. C. ROBIE, KNOWN TO HOSTS AS' SKY-PILOT, is conducting great Bible' Salvation and Healing Meetings, in the, Assembly of God Church on Maryland j Ave., nitely 7:30 except Monday unti further notice, WHERE DEAF EARS AREj BEING OPENED — LOTS ELSE; WILL BRING GREAT JOY TO YOUR HEARTS,! too, and you will go away saying: "God still lives." A Happy Welcome' Awaits — ond Fine Parking. WKYR —' Daily Monday thru Friday 8:45, Sat., Sunday 8:30 A. M. — Advertisement — DRI - CHARGED BATTERY The battery that is shipped and stored DRY ... Its life doesn't start until it is activated with acid at the time of installation in your car. There is no waste. You get ALL the service life that you pay for! WE HAVE DRI-CHARGED BATTERIES as low OS . . FXCJMNft THIS WEEK ONLY!! SALE ENDS DECEMBER 9, 1955 FAIR S ATLANTIC SERVICE E. MAIN WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 495 Ponderoso Pine Shelving FLUSH DOORS FORMICA CABINET HARDWARE BIRCH PLYWOOD FIR PLYWOOD NEILSON BROS. Phone 429 ' Frostburg FORD Sales & Service HEISKELL MOTOR SALES Phone 79 Frostburg PHILCO Record Players • Radios V LL A Other Small Appliances Frostburg Appliance Center 65 E. MAIN ST. FROSTBURG PHONE 60 I VALUES! KROEHLER Quality Living Room Suites Buy NOW on Our Easy Term* ACME FURNITURE CO. Piedmont, W. Va. PHONE 7021 Saturday Specials All Day 8:30 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. FIRST FLOOR SPECIAL Shotguns & High Powered Rifles All Gauges and Calibers All Makes and Models SPECIAL DISCOUNTS TODAY ONLY SECOND FLOOR SPECIAL CLOTHES HAMPERS All Sizes-$10.19 Value Special.., $8.19 $9.89 Value Special... $7.95 $10.79 Value Special... $8.59 BASEMENT SPECIAL LARD CANS 25 Ib. Size... 59c 50 Ib. Size... 79c THE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT STORE 1 s f ; PHONES 158 159 PROSTBURG . MD

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