Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 2, 1955 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 2, 1955
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1 HOST II U KG - K E Y S E II Erortburg S-D Students Join And Tri-Slale Area News (15) Evening Times, Friday, December 2, 1955 Kiwaiiis Club troves CD Appj KEYSER—At the weekly dinner: 0!..!. Christmas Tree Will Be Erected At Coney School Lawyer Opens Area Of fice WESTERNPORT — Clarence A Penman, former resident of Bar- JI a. vor Myers. Day Declared Full Success FROSTBURG-S-D Day in Frostburg was a complete success, according to Mayor Perry Myers, Police Commissioner Arthur Thomas and Chief of Police Lloyd Truly. "Frostburg cooperated 100 per cent with (he observance," said meeting of Keyser Kiwaiiis Ciubi LONACON1.\G-A large Christ- Wednesday, membership voted toi?" £j° ^L^/ 80 ? 1 '" , th t ton - has °P ened a law office in tlle .. . , .. , . ,, ,.. .,. awistairs corridor of Central George Robertson participate actively m the Civilian! Elementary School early next Street here In observance of Safety Week, National FBL 1 ' Lo '"- y " rs " KITZMILUCK—WSCS circles of .Ml. Bethel Methodist Church will MT. SAVAGE —- Ml. Savagclhold a supper (ouiomnv from 5 (oi High School has added another na-is !'•»>• ! " H"> firemen's hall. The IK/I* tional organization to its increas- IHI.MHI inclucli's buckwheat ,. , HM . . , , • pancakes and sausygt 1 . ing list. The commercial students' 1 T „ .,rr:,:„,„,! ....... .,.- ,i Circle 'I Will SpOllSOf !> have affiliated with the national! at the sa lime. KEYSER-State Bar President cakes.:\Villiam P. Lehman of Fairmont i has iiniKnim.'ed the appointment of bazai 1 ' 2 ' West v ' il '- sinia attorneys to 36 Items will' jn.' comnlltte( ' s of ltlc Wos! Virginia 8 room house for rent. Gas heat. Call Froslburg S1B-J. Adv.-Dee. 3 N-T ;l FLOWERS C >j For All £ I OCCASIONS C Leaders of America. Students have chosen Sigma Zctai and homemade candy. The appointments include: Hampshire — Ralph W. Haines, Chi as the name for their chapter. [grievances. Sixteenth District. The purposes of the club are to UftT Auxiliurv To Meet i Hardy-James E. Ansel, citizen- train for useful citizenship and to ' , shiu r • i.- i.*\'t»i,»T> 'in.,. T ...i: \ ....:l:.*,-..; otu r' "•' Mineral — Joseph A. Blundon, week. iulies Brotherhood of Penman, Defense program here. > „ a ___________ _____ Kiwanians will be assigned as: This afternoon, a committee melJHigh School, took pre-law courses:^, Klei ' atlon air watchers and practice turns| in "'e school to decorate the cafe-iai Eastern University, Baltimore.! 1 "' 0 at Ihe assi~,iner,t «••!!! t«. hpW «-J?e"a with pop ~ |^V.llt,u n »»» M v>K*l\.l. *1« 1..^. IICUII IHI tl.^^ILll llUC.lrll3illU iillU IV jbertson building on Main!* he clt - v lssued a Proclamation call- 0(e sc|loo , , ovaUv _ j KEYSER-Thc I. e. !'"8 U P°" everyone to drive safely. Newlv elected of f ice ' s a ,. e . -of the Brotherhoo . a graduate of Barto-«' ob f erve «he laws and In have con- denti Yvonne Moyer; vicc - presi jTrainmen will mee iol, took pre-law courses'?," 161 ' 3 " 011 f ° r the other P° rson -|dcnt, Carol Ann Geary; secretary,IP''"- '» the 10 ^ F ' n TTniVoi-sifv Raltimnrp i lwo large banners were strung rjne.,]:,, M/.u-pn?!*- frpsKurpr' n'o.! initiation, inslallati Railroad _ ^ v _ r . v .,.- llieCl tt)C| a.V at 7 '- 30 for the other person, j^' cVrorAnirGraVy;'secrctary.iP' ni - in the 100F hal1 to hold an ^ uu ^..,..., „ banners were strungjr{gsj,ji c _y(,K enz i e; treasurer, De-l initiation, installation of officers Jeria with pop corn "balfdecora-ilJe"graduated from'Eastern Col-! across (he highway at both easti] 0 7^y ai ; lin: historian. Chris Fio-;and Christinas parly. Gifts will be • M M M t, n ,.c ,,.iii ho Q J tions - ilrs - Eal 'l Kiddv. chairman,jlege of Commerce and Law. Balli-i a "V ve ^. ° f tow "' , . jrita: reporter, Barbara RobineUe::^changed, night weekly. Membeis wiU be as-| Mrs . Price Duckworth; Mrs. Jameslmore. in 1950. and was admitted,-™? Police Department ass.stedj and ad viser, Robert MacMillan. signed to areas within the city for Bos ley, Mrs. Robert Donaldson, to the Maryland Court of Appeals| R - •*• ') nTdres of U ' e St f c De P ar H Those eligible to join the group which they will be held respon- Mrs. Henry Milford. Mrs. Freder- and Supreme Bench of Baltimore| ment °; J; abor f nd Industry and arc students who will receive a sible. lick Sheeley, Mrs. Harold Doolan.lin 1951. ! L . ynn ". alk . er - ?.'. the Saf . e .'- v P IVI :! com m el 'cial diploma. They will The training \vork will, at sorrie;Mrs. William McCormi future time, b.e taken over on aiThelma Green, Mrs. dusk to daylight patrol nightly. jRavenscroft. Mrs. Allen Cutter.lmore, until September 15, 195o, Harrison Fuller, of the "Citizeni-Mrs. Thomas Vinci and Mrs. Wil-'and has recently been admitted to of the Year" general committee, jliani Turnbull were >n charge. |practice before the Allegany ] publications, and James H. Swad-] legislation. ! Fr«ih From Our Gratnhoui* PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Dial tonacaning 3131 Op^n Sunday 'til Noon Elmer jfirm of Sagner and Stevan, Balti- asked for suggestions as to thej The Christmas tree will be dec-County Bar. personality for 1955. The commit-jorated at the school by Mrs. tee will meet and select the ''Citizen of 1955," and will announce his name at a dinner meeting at the end of the year. Madelyn McKenzie, chairman, and her committee, Mrs. Harold Moyer, Mrs. Hugh Ternent, Mrs. Charles Clise, Mrs. Raymond Grandstaff, The "Citizen of the Year'' selec-|Mrs. Dewey Buskirk, Mrs. Hubert ted last year by the local service;Nicol, Mrs. James Dick, Mrs. clubs was Mayor John C. Free- Leslie Staup. Mrs. Ervin D. Lewis. _ Y • LOHCICOning LlOllS Will Man Kettles To Aid Sightless Safety Council, in setting up a;(bird Thursday window display in Durst's window \— ____r= showing a simulated road, with' model cars illustrating the most frequent causes of accidents on the highways. The window also displayed awards won by Frostburg for pedestrian and motor safety through the past years. of each month. LONACONING- land. JMrs. Sally Steiding, Mrs. James electric light bulbs sold" will be] The club called on members toJBrown, Mrs. Evelyn Muir andlthe goal of the Lonaconing respond in every way on behalf of Keyser Lodge, BPO Elks and to aid-the lodge in reporting names and Mrs. Helen High; Yesterday, Mrs. Samuel Bean, chairman of the Christmas treat Moprefielcl Episcopal "Five-thousandjBjJzar Begins Tonight i MOOREFIELD — The Moore- : Episcopal Church will hold- Club in their light bulb package]its annual Christmas bazar at the of deserving children under lO'commitlee met with Mrs. James i children. sale for its sight, conservation fund to provide eye glasses for needy- years so. they may participate in!Love, Mrs. Jack Thomas, Mrs. the Elks' Christmas party. Jo-Le-Kay Market Mcin ot Grant Phone 733 Fr«ih Country Eggs - 1 " 49c 3 do i. 11.45 NEW STANTON'S Self Rising Buckwheat Flour ' TRY ITI 4 it>. b«g 49c APPLES Wir.nep - Starlti - Golden Delicious 14 Pk. R«.k«t. 39C H ButM ..............l 95c iutM- ;... $1.79 Fresh Meati, Frozen Foods jBoyd Bolyard, Mrs. Robert Love, =|Mrs. Fred Dean, Mrs. Walter Mc- jKenzie, Mrs. Ethel Pase. Mrs. 'James Getty, Mrs. Betty Thomas. Mrs. Betty Whittington, Mrs. Ethel Creighton, Mrs. George Grove, Mrs. Willard Brakeall, Mrs. Anna Dodds, Mrs. Mildred Mrs. Mae Zarger. James and Men's Star Brand WORK SHOES Priced $6.50 - $7.50 and $9.95 Condon's Shoe Store 20 W. Main St. Ph. 890-J Frostburg |p«:c"<'*«icap«!«*fe^*«««f«!€^ | There's a I UNIVERSAL CAS RANGE | for every purse and purpose The campaign will begin on Monday with all members of the club parish house today and tomorrow. 1 The bazar will start at 7 p. m.: and will feature a Christmas treej surprise, fish pond and white elephant sale. Christmas carols A Wise Choice for GIFTS Fine Cut Glassware All Open Stock Prices Start at 50e WEHLER'S E. Main St. Frostburg INSULATION STORM SASH $ 4.54 and up SLEEMAN BROS. PHONE 318 Frostburg assisting in selling packages ofjbe offered and coffee, cocoa i r will and 10 light bulbs, 60 watt, 75 watt andjdonuts will be served. A food sale 100 watt. James Langley is chairman of the. light bulb committee. Capt. Daniel Biggs, of the Salvation Army, will explain the use of the money collected in the Christmas kettles. Club members twill be held tomorrow beginning at 10 a. m., and the bazar will also continue noon. through the after- Annual Bazar Tomorrow WESTERNPORT — The annual St. James will "ring the kettle bells" De- jcember 17 on one side of Main Episcopal Church will be held at | Street, the Lonaconing Rotarians across from them on Main street also. Harry Bosley will be chairman oflhe Salvation Army kettle committee. Jacob Moses and Onas D. Hanekamp are assisting him in scheduling members to man the kettles December 17. Dodge-Plymouth Sales & Service Frostburg Auto Go. Phone 350-351 COURTESY" Boy Scouts Spending Weekend At Camp PIEDMONT — Sixteen members of Boy Scout Troop 34 are spending the weekend at Camp Potomac j near Oldtown. They will return jj,home Sunday. K\ At a recent promotion board, ^ i Ronnie Hoover was promoted from «'second class to first class scout gjand Mickey High from a tenderfoot ilo second class Scout, Both are ^ members of Troop 34. « United Organizations s.Meel Scheduled Today j WESTERNPORT— A meeting of Ihe United Organizations will i held today at 7:30 p. m. at sKVesternport Library to make plans \ for a Christmas relief program. i^ Plans will .he discussed for the'isf ^ distribution of Christmas baskets'^ Sand for the manning of Salvation Luncheon will be served from 11 ; a. m. to 1:30 p. m. and a turkey SANTA'S FAVORITE STORE for GIFTS for ALL the Family! OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS Holmes & Company nd churches of lhe| SlTri-Towns are invited to send! jjj representatives to the meeting ~ Wayne Ritchie is chairman of the organization. SAVE! Buy DASHIELL'S Enriched Grade ' f A' HOMOGENIZED MILK in the economical GALLON JUGS available at any of these neighborhood dealers:— Pram's Grocery Bowery Sfreat Powers Superette 163 E. Main Sired W. W. Sluss & Son 110 W. Main Strom FROSTBURG * Filsinger Grocery Store ECKHART * H. P. Staup Grocery LONACONfNG * Kenny's Sanitary Mkt. WESTERNPORT * Pottison Service Station BLOOMINGTON * Toll Gate Fruit Market Rt. 40 West of LA VALE Dance Planned Toniglil WESTERNPORT —A dance wil be held today from 9 p. m. to mid- jfinighl at the Red Men's Club ^Maryland Avenue. The music wil jfibe given KiRhvfhm. to' ' — ~ - " bv Mr. and Mrs For Rent: Sleeping room with pri- «:vate bath. Street after Apply 18L East Main 6 p.m. Adv.—!\ 7 -T Dec. 1-2 prepared tor The coming Holiday Season with the all NEW UNIVERSAL GAS RANGE. See it today at ... Layman's Hardware 37 E. Main St. FROSTBURG Phone 540 There's No Charge for Credit at Armstrong St. KEYSER, W. Va. DELUXE VELOCIPEDES 10" Size 12" Size 16"Sizi_ 13.95 14.95 16.95 Most Complete Stock of Bicycles Tricycles -Autos in Frostburg ! ! See Our Selection— Get Our Prices Now ! ! Heavy-duty "wishbone" frame, extra wide rear platform to resist tipping. lavish chromi trim. Full-size sturdy jcmi- pneumatic tires. We Give S&H Green Stamps Ph, 920 - E, MAIN ST. RADIO-PHONO COMBINATION Just It's a 3-speed phonograph ! Plays any-size record. One-knob speed control and separate tone control. Record-saving Soft- Touch arm. It's radio ! Richest tone this side of the microphone with new Motorola Golden Voice'speaker. Radio plays independently. MOTOROLA Mokes music for moppets! Ploys any-size rec- ofd onywhere. Even a youngster can carry hor>dy Tweed ond Red cos«. Aho in Two-Tone Green. MOTOROLA " ~^~ 'Fully automatic with 3-speed changer, Soft- Touch arm, Golden Voice speaker and many tn»« fidelity featurei. A terrific value at SCfl.95 69 Easy Pay or Layaway Plan Bob's Radio 69 E. Main St. Phone 87 Frostburg MODERN AND TRADITIONAL FURNITURE . . . LAMPS RADIOS . . . TELEVISION APPLIANCES . . . BEDDING . . SPACE HEATERS . . . KITCHEN ' CABINETS AND SINKS . . .'• FLOOR COVERINGS 25 EAST MAIN STREET FROSTBURG TELEPHONE 65 R E This vieek we have a "Seamprufe" slip CAROL SIIOPPK and a. gift portrait 'from BERNICE KOLIOUT STUDIOS In the person writing us, Box 23, Frnstburrj. finding and unscrambling our mystery phrase. •Winner drawn. . -dr * *...*_. WEHLKR'S have just received some new items and are featuring cut glass goblets, glasses, dishes, vases, etc. Ideal gifts. * * * * If you like bread and rolls baked on a stone hearth, then buy at the FROSTBURG BAKERY where Ollie and Maynerd do the baking. * * * * The ideal place for you folks in the Piedmont area to buy figurines, sprays and Christmas gifts is the BOQUET SHOPPE where friendly service is the motto. CHAKIJK )III,l, has hoi stores open now to help you select the Christmas toys you want: his own and one above Angle's Meat .Market. Stop in, have your selection layed away today. investigate LAYMAN'S special liberal trade-in allowance on any old machine on a new Speed Queen washer. Ask Nick. * * * * For the finest in marble & granite monuments & Mausoleums, call 52-J, JRWIN MEMORIALS, Hock of Ages authorized dealer. The ideal gift for college or high school students is a Philco portable radio 'from the FKOSTBURG APPLIANCE CENTER. Call 60 and talk to Leu or Lelloy. Any student would be delighted. * * * * WAGNER'S DRUG STORE, Westernport, has a complete line of special Christmas cards as well as beautiful wrappings and ribbons. *•*;*•*• Maxine lells us that Poland will be making his famous chocolate figures for Christmas. Why not stop in ELLIS CONFECTIONERY in Westernport and see for yourself what he is doing. Make Chrislmas a Sylvania one by getting a new Sylvania T-V from IIAFER'S. .)oe, Van, or Nellie will be glad to help you. * * * * .IO-LE-KAY MARKET has chestnuts—2 Ibs. for ,19c; oranges—J dor., for SI; grapefruit—3 for 25c; and country butter. * * * * fiae's sporting a "chrysanthemum cut". If you want to see what it's like, see Pat in PAT'S BEAUTY SALON.""Hi, Nancy." * * * * otart your Christmas club payments now in the FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK. You can take out any amount you like. * * * "* An ideal gift for Christmas and one that will help your child receive better grades in school is the "WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA". Call PA 2-8532 or write Box 23, Frostburg, for details. * * * * Just for "her": a beautiful box of Coty's perfume. She'll love you more lhan ever when you visit R. E. KIMMEL PHARMACY' in Piedmont. Ask Bob for details. SLAES SAMTSIRHC YUB. * * * *• Give an electric razor from MOSKEN'S this Chrislmas: Keming- ton's. Schick's, Sunbeam's, or Ronson's — Sl'J.95 to .$29.75. For "her", they've ladies' Sunbeam electric razor — $14.50. * * * + Cindy's grandma was in a dither . . . she'd spilled gravy on her skirt. She took it to D & S CLEANERS whither . . . they got rid of all that dirt. * * * * You folks in the Westernport-Piedmont area have Charlie or Lorraine start delivering your DASIIIELL MILK tomorrow. Call HOmstead 3-5764 now to get the best, dairy products around. ***•*• For delicious candies, it's DOLORES TRULY .... truly fine candies. Call 9IO-.J and reserve your box for Christmas or stop in to see her at M Hill Street and make your own selection. * * * * While we were visiting the GIFT SHOP, we couldn't help admiring their lovely display of Christmas wrapping paper. Everything to make your gifts beautiful and really different looking. * * * * PRICIIARD'S have the largest seleclion of toys they've ever had. Buy them on lay-away, budgel or 60-day charge account. * ' * * * KA\'E & RAE

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