Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 5, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, December 5, 1955
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FROSTBURG-KEYSER And Tri-Statc Area News (6) Evening Times Monday, December 5, 1955 GOP Women Plan Meeting cv FROSTBURG - The Women' Republican Club of Frostburg wi meet Wednesday at 8 p. m. i ihe American Legion home. Mis Katherine Close, president, wil conduct a short business meeting A Christmas program will b presented with Mrs. John Stcwar in charge, assisted by Mrs. Gran Durst and Mrs. Oliver Simons The "Christmas Story" will b read by Mrs. Alex Close. Mrs Durst will be the soloist and th scripture will be read by Mr: John Cook. Carols will be sung by the grou] and cookies and tea will be served Mrs. Rachel Dunn will be in charge of table decorations am Mrs. Arch Davis and Mrs. Anni Daub will preside at the refresh ment table. The refreshment committee con sists of Mesdames Paul Carpenter Jojin G. Cook, Ruth Connor, Ken neth Crowe, Arch Davis, John Davis, Anna Daub, William Day Olive Duncan, Rachel Dunn, Mil dred Edmunds, Gertrude Engle Ruth Engle, Alary Everline and Walter Finzel, and the Misse Madeline Cook, Mary Elizabeth Davis, Cora Dunn, Ruth Engle and Athalia Everline. Brief Mention Farrady Post 24, American "Le gion, will meet today at 8 p. .m in the post home. An election wil be held to fill three expired terms of the Legion Home Corporation Each member is to bring a can o food to be-given to a needy familj at Christmas. The Uniform Rank Auxiliary wil meet tomorrow at 7:45 p. m. a the home of Mrs. Ruby Boettner Center Street. Mrs.' Eleanor Hop kins will preside'and a Christma! party will be held. ' Miss Mary T. Howie, superin lendent of Miners Hospital, has ex pressed her appreciation on be half of the staff and patients a the hospital for kitchen towels dish cloths, baby wash cloths an baby towels recently donated bj the auxiliary of the hospital. Thomas Blair, 176 Washington Street; Flossie LaRue, 5 Beal Street, and Bert Enos, Finzel are medical patients in the Miners Hospital. Jeanelle Malhias , Named Turkey Queen MOOREFJELD — Miss Jeanette Mathias was named "Miss Turkey Queen" at the first annual Hardy County turkey festival held recently at Mathias. She was crowned by R. S. Dispanet, superintendent of Hardy County schools, and pre- 1 sented a gold cup. Miss Elaine Hinegardner placed second in the contest with Miss Eleanor Moycr third. Prior to the contest, a 'music program was presented. Woodrow Mathias presented several cash awards to his best turkey growers. A turkey supper was served in the school cafeteria. Ellerslie Homemakers Schedule Yiile Event ELLERSLIE—The Homemakers Club met a recent evening in the Evangelical Church hall. Plans were made for a Christmas party to be held December 26. Eacli member is to bring a jingle gift. Attending were Dorothy Lowery Ruth Myers, Henrietta Powell Elsie Snelson, Eileen Mowry, Virginia Lybarger, Clara Bennett Mae Beals, Jennie Diehl, Ella Grace See, Anna Lee Stair anc Rita Murphy. CAP Meeting Slated MOOREFIELD — William C Goetz, unit officer of the loca CAP, has announced that a meeting scheduled for November 2! was'-, postponed and will be held at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the airport office. SEARCH ENDED — The Air Force has ended its search for the body of Lt. Ned J. Lynn Jr., 24-year-old jet fighter pilot who apparently crashed near Langley AFB, Va., while on a night navigation mission November 16. Official word of the end of the search was sent to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Lynn of Bayard, W. Va., by his squadron commander. Major Joseph S. Michalowski. The letter stated Lt. Lynn was participating in Operation Sagebrush at the time of his disappearance. Major Michalowski termed the missing pilot a "fine officer, gentleman and pilot." He was a veteran of the Korean fighting. Guild To Hold Yule Program FROSTBURG - A Christma program will be presented at meeting of .the Ladies Guild of St Paul's Lutheran church today at p. m. in the Sunday School room The program will include: solo "0 Holy Night",' Sandra Fresh recitation, "The Night Befor Christmas," Gloria Cahrles; solo 'The Lord's Prayer", Darrell Lay man, and carols by the group. Th Christmas Story will be read by Mrs. Robert Bowen and devotion vill be lead by Mrs. Gertha' Geis Mrs, George Charles will be th accompanist. The refreshment committee wil nclude Mrs. Marion Jenkins, Mrs Anna Durst, Mrs. George Hale Irs. Carrie, Cussick and Mrs della Dickel. Joy, Girl Scout Parly \> Be Held Tonight PIEDMONT — The annual Boy nd Girl Scout Christmas party ill he held in the recreation hall f Trinity Methodist Church today t 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. George McDowell /ill be in charge of activities ssistcd by Boy and Girl Scout eaders. Games will be playec nd refreshments served. fleeting Advanced MT. SAVAGE-Old Rail Uni 025, VFW Auxiliary, will mee omorrow at 8 p. m. at the Pos lome instead of Thursday evening as originally announced. All mem 3ers are to be present as impor ant business will be discussed. Sodality Meets Today FROSTBURG - The Sodality o it. Michael's Catholic Church wil iieet today at 8 p.m. Reports wil c presented by promoters. r ire Group To Meel FROSTBURG—The Auxiliary o he Shaft Volunteer Fire Depart nent will meet tomorrow at f .m.. in the fire hall. All members ire to be present. Unit To Meet Today FROSTBURG-The Auxiliary o lecii Randolph Post, American Legion, will meet today at 8 p.rn in the post home. All members are to attend. MONEYf or t *25-*100-*200T U o'$1200 0n tyawi *)fa*KC Only or other plant Jr ^. Come in or, ro iov« f/m«, pfcone ffrif Money for any of the things that will make the season more enjoyable for yourself and family. For past •** due bills, medical, dental expenses, etc. Solons Visit State College Area Woman Director Of Church Home KEYSER—Mrs. Robert L. Fish, er, of Church Street, will become directoi in charge of the Godfrey Mill Home on January 1, it has been announced by Rev. William E. Eisenberg, president of the KEYSER—Three state senators!board of directors of the home anc and nine delegates were guests to- pastor of Grace Lutheran Church day of Dr. E. E. Church, president Winchester, Va., which owns anc of Potomac State College, at thejoperates the institution, college where a general discussion | Mrs _ F j sncr w ji] succeed Mrs. of the needs -jf the institution werejj George Baetjer, the first direc- discussed. * |tor of the home. Mrs. Baetjer's The group included Senator Ralph Bean, Mporefield, president of the State Senate; Sen. Clarence E. Martin, Martinsburg, and Sen. Archie L. Reed, Terra Alta. Members of the House Delegates ,verc Joseph W. Kessel, Keyser, Mineral County; William P. C. Perry. Jefferson County; Stewart Wright Berkeley County;' Ward Dawson Sr., Morgan County; John Blue, Hampshire County; James M. Miley, "Hardy County; Ralph Welton, Grant County; William McCoy Jr., Pendleton County, and Richard Whetsell, Preslon County. The visitors inspected the work being done on Davis Hall, which is being enlarged by a three-story addition, other improvements be ing made to that building and to Reynolds Hall. resignation took effect September 17 after serving in this capacity for the past 27 months. Mrs. Ethel W. Strosnider, Strasburg, Va., has been act : ng as director for the past °fjtwo months. This home is a Christian institution for elderly women who are in need of the care and services of such a place. It is not a convalescent home. At present its total capacity is for nine women. Mrs. Fisher is the mother of Robert Lee Fisher, D Street, Keyser, and W. Carlisle Fisher, Mill- Avenue, Winchester, Plans To Be Set For Blooclmobile ROMNEY—Homer K. Loy, chairman of Hampshire County Rec Cross Chapter, announces that leaders of various county organ izations will meet at Romney Grade School tomorrow at 7 p. m to outline plans for securing blooc donors for the next appearance of the mobile blood unit here. Dr. Raymond 0. Dart, directoi of the Washington Regional Blooc Center, will attend the meeting and assist in making plans for the visit of the unit, scheduled Thursday, December 22. The quota will be approximately 160 pints, Loy said. VHS Students Allend Delaware Conference LONACONING—Ten students of Valley High School attended the annual conference of the Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y at Wilmington. Del. . William Moffatt and Carl Donald, Jo Ann Connor, Sandy Dillon, Anne Perry Chappell, Tri-Hi-Y: Charles Meese, Francis Garlitz, Junior tli-Y; Mary T Lou Duckworth, Ruth Fisher and Judy Moffalt, Junior Tri-Hi-Y, delegates from Valley. This is the first year of the organization at Valley and many nativities have been undertaken. Junior Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y collected ood to be given to Miners Hospital or Thanksgiving. > Canned goods ollected by Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y vere turned over to the Lonacon- ng Women's Club for distribution o needy families. Tucker County Polio Vleeting Scheduled PARSONS—A meeting of Tucker bounty Chapter, National Founcla- .ion for Infantile Paralysis, will be icld in the Court House tomorrow at 7.-30 p. m., according to Felix , r ,. , , c . A. Colabrcsc. chairman. .Moorefield Stores Further plans for the annualiList Holiday Plans Vlarch of Dimes drive which will re held in January will be dis- Church Holds Supper Event HYNDMAN — Members of the Hyndman Church of the Brethren held their annual Fellowship supper a recent evening at the dining room of Mr. and Mrs. George Harden. Guests' included Rev. C. E. Miller of the EUB Church anc] Rev. Richards of the Methodist Church. Supper was served cafeteria style and entertainment included vocal numbers and read ings. Among those present were Rev. and Mrs. Earl Harper and daughter, Mary, Mrs. Zada Harper and Mrs. Georgie Perdue of Flintstone; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Harclerode, Mr. and Mrs.' Donald Harclerode and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Hyre, Charles Hyre, Miss Marline' Lowery, 'Charles Miller, Mrs. Harry Hutzell and children Viola. Ella, Mary, Harry, George and John, Jerry Emerick, Miss Dolores Mallow, Terrell Mallow, Miss Glenda Wilhelm, Mrs. Dorothy Conner and daughter, Mary Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crabtree and children, Carol and Dale, Mrs. Robert Logsdon and sons, Clark and Ray, Miss Regina McGregor and Miss Anna McGregor. Brief Mention . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruner and daughter, Sarah ien, have returned home after spending sec- eral weeks with Mrs. Bruner's sister, Jane Gutherie, at Lakeland, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shaffer Jr. have left for Louisville where hey will make their future home. Shaffer has accepted a position with the Thora Engraving Company.. Mrs. Shaffer has been em-; 'ioyed with the Family Finance ompany. Guests at the homes of Miss Myrtle Kennedy and MYS. Laura Rilchey were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Hadys, Miss Bonnie Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shore, from Huntingdon. cussed and .1. Patrick Nichols and Lorren K. Lambert, co-chairman of the drive, arc expected to re- case names of workers and committees for the drive. Culanlhc Temple 8 To Elecl Officers PIEDMONT — The election of officers of Calanthc Temple 8. Pythian Sisters will be held at lie Pythian Hall tomorrow at 8 p. m. The nomination of the officers vas made at a recent meeting. To Award Citations KEYSER — Boycc-Houser Post 1, American Legion, will present citations to several local citizens it a meeting tomorrow in appreciation of services and co-opcra- ion with various Legion programs. -There will be a program, Beginning at 7:30 p.m. in t'-.e ..cgion Home now used in conjunc- on with Keyser Lodge 1916, BPO MOOREFIELD — Merchants meeting at the Masonic Hall decided on holiday closing hours and holidays to be observed next year. Christmas Eve closing will be at 8 p. m. Department and clothing stores will start evening hours December 14. The hardware stores will remain open evenings beginning December 19 and the grocery stores will remain open evenings on December 22. All stores will be closed December 26 and January 2. Presbyterian Women Plan Meel Tonigfil PIEDMONT—The Women of the Piedmont and Keyser Presbyterian churches will meet at the Presbyterian church today at 7:30 p. m. for training in materials available for use by th Women of the Pres-; byterian Churches. The women of the Piedmont! church will meet at their church at 7:10 p. m. for transportation. Officers are to bring their hand-j books. LARGE SAFE MOVED—One of the last pieces of equipment to be moved wTien the Potomac Edison Company changed its quarters last week in Frostburg was the safe weighing a ton and a half. Employes of the Appel Transfer Company are shown removing the safe from the former quarters on Main Street, prior to locating it on the second floor of the new building on Broadway. The work of transferring sJl of the equipment to the new building took approximately e r ' hours, PE officials said. PTA Unit Hears Jones Address MIDLAND—The Parent-Teacher Association of Midland Elemen- tary'School held a recent meeting n the school auditorium with Mrs. James Snelson presiding; Robert W. Jones of Frostburg State Teacher's College spoke to ;he group concerning the Washington White House Conference on Education. The ways and means committee reported a profit of $146 from the un night program held recently. A contribution was voted toward :he community Christmas treat "or the children. No Child's Study Group sessions will be held until after the holidays. The children's Christmas operetta will be held the regular meet- ng night of the PTA in December. Homemade'candy will be on sale icfore and after the program. The prize for having the most larents present was won by the ;econd grade, Mrs. Downey and Mrs. Dawson, teachers. Refresh-, ments were served by the home oom mothers of Mrs. Agnes, Davis' fifth grade. Braddock Playground Association To Meet FROSTBURG—Mrs. James Lan- jaster, vice president of the Braddock Playground Association, announces that: the meeting of the jroup will be held today at 7:30 >. m. at the' home of Mrs. Agnes linko. Welsh Hill. Mrs. Llewella Carder will serve as co-hostess and jgach member vill bring a donation of money nstead of a jingle gift. Donations will be used to help defray the :ost.of playground expenses next 'ear. For Rent: 6 room house, hard- vood floors, all facilities. Phone 'rostburg 172-R. Adv. Dec. 5-N-T r RADIATORS Removed Repaired Recored DON'S Radiator Shop 208 Mechanic Si. Froitburg PHONE 759-R 61 North Centre Street PArkview 2-4900 PUBLIC LOAN CORPORATION FOOTER'S Super Special Dry Cleaned and Smartly Finished Harry FOOTER & Co. CLEANERS Thil Special Price effective at all our tlorti in Cumberland, laVale, Froilburg, Keynr and Piedmont for o limited time only. Fail, dry cleaning service on r.queit ... No Extra Charge! DRESS SHIRTS LAUNDERED 4 A Hand Finithed and Individually Cellophane Wrapped. IOC Try ui . . you will b* at pleated ai your neighbor! are J Our Selection Lay Away Now Buy on Budget or Lay-Away Plan LIONEL DIESEL WORK TRAIN An C-gauge beauty especially designed for maintenance and wrecking work. Includes a car equipped with three Lionel railroad truck]. Frottburg vxS^Mi.tfe:; i> Prettiest Spring Preparations For Beall High Start FROSTBURG —While each and every . Yule spirited citizen of Frostburg is busy preparing for the most celebrated day of the year, science classes at-Beall High ichool are planning to prepare the school grounds for spring. Approximately 1,200 tulip bulbs and other flowers, to bloom in late May or early June, have been planted along the walk to the main entrance at the school. The project will be continued in early ipring when trees will be planted along the driveway. Species of the bulbs planted under the direction of Melvin Brown, teacher, are Parrot, Cot;age, Darwin, Red Emperor, early ;ulips and double tulips. Other flowers 'planted were Dutch hyacinth, Grape hyacinth, crocus and Dutch crocus. Money for the project is being raised by the science classes am the Beall High Hi-Y. To Elect Officers WESTERNPORT—Hiram Lodge 103 AF and AM, will..elect officers tomorrow evening, Louis W. Hicks ;ecretary, states. Palace theatre Frostburg, Md. Mon. « Tues. Von Merlin — in technicolor "Count Three And Pray" • •iMHWMMMMBIIBMnmHIMMHH Lyric Theatre Mon. - Tues. "New York Confidential" STATE FARM'S PERSONALIZED CLAIM SERVICE IS AVAILABLE More than just a policy, oiiVe Farm Auto Insurance carries with it the assurance that there is always someone to give you help in case of an accident. At home, it will be the agent who wrote your policy. Away from home, any one of the nearly 8,000 State Farm Agents and claims representatives is ready to give you friendly personalized claim service. STATE FARM As«nt JAMES F, DELANEY 51 Ormond St. PHONE-1142 FROSTBURG, MD. R, R. KUYKENDALL Braddock Road PArkview 4-1125 CUMBERLAND, MD. Mt. Savage Unit Heads Drive For Physician In Community MT. SAVAGE — This commun ity has not had a resident doctor since 1 Dr. William E. Moseley was taken ill about three months ago. and it is likely that it will be some, time before .he will be able to re sume practice. Residents of the town and ad joining communities which look to Ml. Savage for such services are concerned that some serious ill ness or accident will be fatal be cause immediate medical aid is not available. A committee representing the Auxiliary of the Mt. Savage Volunteer Fire Company, met recently with Dr. Benedict Skitarelic, of Cumberland, secretary of the Allegany-Garrett County Medical Association, to solicit the assistance of that group in locating a doctor for this community. With the assurance that the Dan- mar Company will begin operations at the C & P shops soon after the first of the year, the town will resume to some extent its former economic position, at the same time presenting a greater need for a resident physician. A furnished residence is available, the Auxiliary noted. The Auxiliary committee includes Mrs-. Sarah Carter, president; Mrs. Gertrude Reagan, vice president, and Mrs. Dorothy Hughes, secretary. Parsons Kiwanis Club To Mark Ladies Night PARSONS—Members of the Parsons Kiwanis Club will have their wives as guests at -the regular ueeting tomorrow evening. At a recent meeting Rev. M. G. Flowers was elected secretary to replace John E. Brown. J. Kenton Lambert urged mom- Ders of the club to support the street lighting program at Christmas time by donating to the ex penses the project will incur. Three Inductions In Garrett County OAKLAND — Three young men are scheduled for induction into the armed forces Thursday. They will report to Fairmont,.W. Va. Listed for induction were Clyde A. Fazenbaker, Bloomington: William E. Clatterbuck, Deer Park, and Robert L. Barger, of Arthurdale, W. Va., formerly of Vindex. Visit Relatives WESTERNPORT—Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Scott, Balboa, Canal Zone, visited Mrs. Scott's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs."Thomas Whelan, Philos Avenue. Mrs. Scqtt is the former Miss Marion Wheian of Westernport. : POLAROID CAMERAS $ 69,95 UP Special Christmas Sets $81.50 up The New T.&S. Cut Rate Frostburg Volunteer Bible Class Will Sell Yule Trees WE S TE R N PORT - Seventeen members attended the recent meeting' of the Volunteer Bible. Class of Church of the Brethren held in the church annex. The December project is the selling of Christmas trees, and the sale will start .wo weeks before Christmas at the annex. Hostesses wen. Mrs. Pearl Boyce, Mrs. Cleona Boyce and Mrs. Mary Biddle. The annual Christmas party will be held December 9 at 7:30 p. m. Class pals will be revealed and new ones selected. For Rent: 2 room and 3 room iirnished apartments. Apply 130 East Main, Frostburg. Adv.—Dec. 3-5-6-N-T Efficient Feeding IS NOT LUCK! W* Hove A Definite Program For All Poultry and Uv»»tock f Rocco Feeds of West Virginia, Inc., W. Va. Priori* 85-181 SPECIAL THIS WEEK 1950 Mercury Deluxe, 2-Dr. - Sedan, Real Nice, BlacR $495. Green Chev. Co. f Phone 200 Frostburg OPEN EVENINGS j« . • ' « Lonaconing's Christmas Store Hours Stores will be OPEN All Day Wednesdays thru December and , Saturday, Dec. 40th until 9 P. M. and from December 17th thru 24th will- be OPEN daily until 9 P.M. Thil odvtrtii«m«nt sponsored by Holmei and Company LOTS OF PRESENTS Join our Christmas Club now. Be ready for Christmas shopping. Rtcttfi inSOweete JOIN ONE OF THESE CLUB CLASSES Deposit Weekly J.25 .J 12.50 .50...;.'. 25.00 1.00 50.00 2.00 100.00 3.00 150.00 5.00 250.00 \ \ MEMIEft FEDCIAl DEPOSIf fNSUJMMCC COIFOftANOM' ftftMtl

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