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FROSTBIJIIC-KEYSER And Tri-§tate Area News Evening Times, Wednesday, December 7, 1955 Soloists For 'The Messiah' Are Reported FROSTBURG—Soloists for "The Messiah" at Beall High School December 16 at 8 p. m. have been: announced by Monroe Harris, musical director and conductor. Appearing in the high school production will be Charles I. Sager, professor of music at State Teachers College, singing bass; Miss Josephine Kompanek, instructor of music at Allegany High School, Cumberland, soprano; Patricia Allen, of Frostburg State Teach ers College, contralto: Oliver Rep hann, of State Teachers, baritone Ruth Ann Adams, of Beall Higl contralto: WUIeda Wilson, of Bea High, soprano; Anne Fisher Gor mer, organist at St. Paul's Luth eran Church, Cumberland- organ is', and Richard T. Rephann, in structor of music at Brunswic High School. Brunswick, pianist. Student accompanists will b Carole Bean, Ellen Richardson and Kaye Keister. Harris also revealed that Ihi performance of Handel's "Mes siah" will be repeated Decembe 18 at the Vesper service at Firs Methodist Church, Frostburg. Brief Mention Indonesia Dean Auxiliary To Of College Wohie ! Will Visit Keyser At Fire Hall KEYSER — The dean of women of a small college in Indonesia will visit Potomac State College December 14-20, according to informa-j MIDLAND —The annual Christ mas party for members of the tion received from the U.S. Depart-)Ladies Auxiliary uf Midland Volun ment of Education in a letter toiler Fire Company will be held to- The Mt. Pleasant Street Neigh borhob'd -• Club will meet at th home of Mrs. Raymond Llewellyn 74 Mt. Pleasant: Street, today a 8 p. m. A Christmas party will be held and jingle gifts exchanged.' Edward Folk, Mechanic Street is a patient in Miners Hospital. Mrs. Russell Dcnnison, Ormbnd Street, is a pneumonia patient in Miners Hospital. . . : •' The Holy Name Society of ,St Michael's Catholic Church will re ceive Holy Communion in.a.body a 1 the 7:30 mass Sunday morning A'reception of new members'wil be held following the mass,' after which a breakfast will be-served in the parish cafeteria. William Youngerman. manager of Farrady Post Drum and 'Bugle Corps, annnounced IhaL a regular rehearsal will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the Legion Home The Annie Mayer Bible Class ol St. Paul's Lutheran Church wil hold a-Christmas dinner party in the Sunday School room of the church tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. • Frostburg Lodge 1273 FO Eagles will hold a buck party Saturday in the Eagles home, East Main Street from 9 p. m. to midnight. Shrimp will be served and music furnished. Mrs. Agnes' Taylor, Wrights Crossing, is confined to her home with two fractured ribs received in t a recent fall. The Catholic Women's Organization will hold a Christmas parly Sunday in the KofC Hall. Each member is to bring a while lowel and a jingle present A covered dish supper will he held. Mrs. Russell Dennison. Ormond Strefet, is a palient in Miners Hospital. Thomas Fal.kin. : son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester-Fatkin, Mt. Pleasanl Street, who recently enlisted in Ihe •Air Force, has been assigned to San Antonio, Texas, where he will receive basic training. Fatkin 5s a graduate of Beall High School, class of 1955. Mary Shimer, 73 Spring Street, Is a medical patient in Miners Hospital. William Youngerman, manager of Farrady Post Drum and Bugle Corps announced thai a regular rehearsal will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the Legion home. COUGHS Due to colds . . . Try our T&S Special Formula COUGH SYRUP ONLY 50c The New T&S Cut Rate Frostburg I Dean K. S. McKee. Mrs. Abas, who is in this country on an exchange scholarship, is visiting a number of colleges to make a sludy of procedures. During her stay here she wil! gratify her interest in learning about slu- dent campus activities, curricula, scholarships and studenl aid available. She also is interested in women's organizations. jday with a covered dish supper jat 6 p, m. Mrs. Elizabeth Fair will preside a 1 a short business session, followed by a jingle party, and program. Bloodmobile Unit Visit In Area Success WESTERNPORT — There were nearly twice as many donors who contributed a pint of blood yesterday when the Johnstown Red Cross bloodmobile unit visited here", as compared lo their visit October 5, 1954. One hundred and eight pints were given at the home of Victory Post 155, American Legion, where the unit was set up. On the las visit, 63 .pints were donated. There -• were seven . gallon con tributors: Dr. John Leech, Edwin Broadwater, Mrs. Rosanna Wolfe Mrs. Frances Palrone, Frederic' 1 Imhoff, Rollin Frankland and Ed win S. Schopperl. : Members of Beta . Sigma ,Ph contacted former donors and se cured new ones. Mrs. Paa Cueva was in charge of arrange ments. Dr. James Wolverton Jr, and Dr. P. E. Berry were the doctors in charge. Nurses were Mrs. Joann McCoy Mrs. Nellie Imhoff, Mrs. Tony Kelly, Mrs. Mary Worgan, Mrs. Men Engle, Mrs. Genevieve Me- Millen, Mrs. 1 Pansy Mclntyre, Mrs. irace Bissett and Mrs. Margaret Metz. The hosless and staff were composed of following members o: he Social Welfare Club: Mrs. Virginia Wiltison, Mrs. Marian Daniels, Mrs. Mary Fuller. Mrs, Neva Dick, Mrs. Maxine Prado, Brief Mention Frostburg Completing Plans For Bowery Street Repaving FROSTBURG — At this week's meeting of the Mayor and Council, the city engineer was instructed to complete plans immediately for the repaying of Bowery Street so they can be submitted to state and federal agencies for approval. Both agencies will aid Frostburg in the expense of removing grass plots from a, Main Street to Park Avenue and to repavc the entire street. The council said they wanted everything cleared away so that work could begin in early spring. Action was taken on negotiations with the C&A Gas Company concerning the city paying for gas consumed in the filtration plant, City Hall, fire station and city garage. The council took the matter of paying -for the gas under consideration several months ago | and have been making surveys, PTA Will Get Bus Service MT. SAVAGE-The Mt. Savage PTA met' recently at the school. A Christmas program was presented An item on the executive boarc agenda about running a bus ii town and from school areas sucl as Ellerslie and Corriganville on PTA nights was presented and passed by the membership. The bus schedule will appear in appro priate places before the nex meeting. The following Christmas pro gram under the direction and supervision of Alfred Snyder music and voice director, was Mr. and Mrs. George Kendall|checking lines' and instructing all presented: Instrumental trio, Shel,,i H a ,,c,hf P r Pain™- Mr* riara employees lo usc thc gas efficient-]y Snyder, Judy Royce, Mary Ann \\r eft th:^ an af'p!tratr» ^h^rL- rnillHur«; m rt,. **r»«/>!r *ho "Hall " ".Tnllv Vlargaret Frances Kelley Along!. Daniels, Mrs. Mrs. Becky .Vhelan, Mrs. Sally Mamolen and VIrs. Anna Belle Wilkes, The canteen was in charge of he American ' Legion Auxiliary, 'arlicipaling were Mrs. Owen Rhodes, Mrs. Florence Salesky, Vlrs.' Mollie Densmore, Mrs. Allcda Collins, Mrs. Lulu Fazen- aker, Mrs. Josephine McBee and Irs. Anna Baughman. oldier;, Family Vigil Midlothian .Residents FROSTBURG-Sgt. First Class ames Shields, his wife and two hildren, who visitdd with Mr. and VIrs. Albert C. Rilchey, Midlo- hiari. reported to Fort Bragg, N. and daughter. Patricia; Mrs. Clara McQuistion, Mrs. Bcrnadctte Flanagan and Miss Adelaide Byrne, Wheeling, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs, Michael Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Clise and son. Linn, returned to Washington after visiting Mrs. Harry Sulser and Mr. and Mrs. John Clise. Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Brien anc children. Wheeling, visited rela lives here. Mrs. Nellie Allen returned home from Petersburg, Va., where she visited her son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Crump ler. Sgt. and Mrs. Henry Blair anc daughter, Baltimore, visited Mr ai.d Mrs. Robert Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Don Robertson Oscoda, Mich., visited Mrs. Nettie Corrigan and Miss—Esther Corri gan. Mrs. Martha Blair and James Alexander are patients at Memor ial Hospital. John Ravenscroft, a student al Beall High School, and son of Mr and Mrs. Wilson Ravenscroft, re turned home from Memorial Hos pital, where he was a palienl three weeks suffering with i brokeri leg. . Joseph Robertson is a medica! patient at Sacred Heart Hospital. George Shearer - is a medica! patient at Miners Hospital. DeSales Maher and Richarc Dunn are patients at Baker VA Center, Marlinsburg, ly so that an accurate check could Weimer, "Deck the Hall," "Jolly be made on the consumption. DC-!old Saint Nicholas," and "Come Lonaconing Stores List Holiday Hours LONACONING—Lonaconing area shoppers for the Christmas holidays will have the opportunity to buy in the local stores Saturday until 9 p. m., and then from December 17 through December 24 mtil 9 p. m. The regular Wednesday afternoon closings of stores will he discontinued until after the holidays. The stores will remain open on iVednesdays until 5 p. m. for thc next three weeks. Serviceman Weds Vlargaret Vardois ELLERSLIE — Mr. and Mrs. Alclcn Lowcry announce the mar iage of their son,' 1st Lt, Richard Lowe'ry to Margaret Vardois of Mctz, France. Lt. Lowcry is a graduate • of Allegany High School and was . Mrs. ^Shields is the former Miss f ormcr ly employed at the B and 0 shops in Keyser. He attended Offi- .ouise Ritchey. The group just returned from Maska where Sgt. Shields had ccn stationed with 1 Headqua.ters Company of the raft Battalion. 93rd Anti-Air- )ES Members Attend M'oslhtirg Program MOOREFIELD —' Members o looreficld Chapter 102, OES, were ccent guests of Mountain Chap er 15, Frostburg. 1 Attending from here were Mrs. targaret Poole, worthy matron; iC. H. Friddle, worthy patron, Mrs. jwanda Friddle, Mrs. Nellie Thrush land Mrs. Ruth Thome. ccrs Training School at Fort Benning, Ga., aiic! received his com- miss'on in 1953. Lt. and Mrs. Lowery will return to the United States in June, 1957. Alumni Association partmcnt heads have been notified to use gas in an economical manner. The council advised the gas company that a final decision will be made by March 1. Lloyd Truly, police chief, submitted the following report of his department: Arrests for misdemeanors, six; "golden rule" drunks, three, in- vertigations, five. Traffic-moving violations, 13; parking violations, 226; warnings issued, two; ..cci- dents, two; fines and bonds, 231 cases in court, six; convictions five; one stolen car recovered five weddings, one funeral and two football games policed. Parking meter collections for the month o November totaled $661.08. Approval was given by the coun cil for the city's share of expenses of the Mountain Safety Commit tee's trip to Baltimore to, mee with the State Roads Commission and The Legislative Council. The county commissioners and Western Maryland Safety Committee each absorbed a third of the cost. All Ye Faithful;" brass quartet Robert Boycc, Jane Rizer, Caro Rush and John Sansom, "I Hearc the Bells" and "Away in the Manger;" trio, Helen Gaff, Charolette Taylor and Carol Rush, songs "Ring, Christmas Belli and "Christmas Hymn.'" Mrs. Florence Best's class won the first attendance prize and Miss Florence Aldridge's. class won the second attendance prize. Rowlcsbiirg PTA Conducts Meeting ROWLESBURG—The vice presi dent, Mrs. Paul Funk, presided over a recent meeting of the Rowlesburg Parent-Teacher Asso ciation. R. Edward Anderson membership chairman, reportec 99 members and it was decided to continue the membership drive. Mrs. J. C. Arnett asked tha there be a good representation a the PTA Council at Kingwood. J. Roy Lipscomb reported on school activities of interest. A Latin-class of 11 is being taught by Mrs. Raymond Heath and a second year typing, class has been started. Several of the grade rooms, the science room and the dining room have been painted. Supplies and books for the grades lave been purchased. A large dictionary has been purchased and placed in the library. The elementary school presented program' featuring. Thanksgiving. Schcll Couple Honors Daughter On Birthday KITZM1LLER—A birthday parly was held recently in Ihe fire hall by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schell in honor of their daughter, Deanna, who was 17 years old. Also attending were Judith, ihelia and Daniel Schell, Kay Burrell, Judith Burrell, Rita Martin, •larriet Arnold, Dorothy Aberna- hy, Patricia Kalbaugh, Paula Jean Kalbaugh, Nancy Barrick, \Fancy Warnick, Joan Perando, Barbara Cesnick, Sandra Barton, Ann Ward, Roseann Evans, Van RIFLES TRADED GOOD STOCK ON HAND IYMAN FRONT & PEEP SIGHTS MARBLE IRON SIGHTS SCOPES AND SCOPE MOUNTS NEW INSULATED HUNTING CLOTHES AND BOOTS CLIP MAGAZINES S«* us — w« btt wa hov* it GRAYSON'S I Piedmont St. Phone J166 K«y»«r, W. Vo. •Postal Examination : Slaled At Hyndman HYNDMAN—An examination for substitute clerk, and substitute carrier for duly at the Hyndman Post Office was announced by S. P. Ryder, director of the Third U, S. Civil Service Commission. Applicants must cither reside within the delivery of the Post Office or be bona fide patrons of the office. A written test will be given but no previous experience or education is necessary. Applications will be accepted until January 10. Interested persons may obtain further information and the necessary application forms/from Postmaster Harry T. Ritchey. WSCS Supper Friday AUGUSTA-Thc WSCS of Angus- § ta Methodist Church will hold ajjj{ turkey and oyster supper Friday,|g beginning at 5 p. m., in the church dining room. Will Sponsor Dance BARTON— The Alumni Association of Barton will sponsor a Christmas dance December 23 from 9 p.m. until midnight at the Firemen's Armory. EdnarEngle's orchestra will furnish music. Mrs. James Kiddy and Mrs. Glenna Smith, who are in charge of tickets, have sent them to alumni members. Handling thc lunch room arrangements are Miss Claudine Warnick. Miss Bonnie Lcc Wilson and Mrs. Phyllis Johnson. The orchestra committee includes Mrs. Glenna 'Smith, Joseph Kyle and! Darius Green while armory arrangements are being handled by Luther Metz and David E. Kirk. Final plans will be completed at a meeting al. 7:30 p.m. December 1 21 at the school. | C Of C Directors To Meet! PIEDMOiNT-The directors of the! Tri-Towns Chamber of Commerce will meet Friday at 8 p.m. in the Piedmont Library, Joseph May?! bury, president, states. j Evans, Mrs. Earlene Evans, Car mel Bosley, Dale Schwinabart David Shrout, John Barrick Dwight Barnhouse, Robert Buck ley, Roger Welch, Donald Simmons and William Bray. OES Unit To Elect LQNACONING — Martha Washington Chapter 10, Order of Eastern Star, will elect officers Friday at 8 p.m. A jingle party will be held after thc meeting. Visit Quinn's New Tile Depr., Complete Line of Armstrong & Kentile . . . TILES . . . QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1181-W FOR FREE ESTIMATES 117 E. MAIN ST. FROSTBURG V & Yule Decorations At Frostburg Set For Annual Event FROSTBURG —Christmas street decorations were completed in the business section yesterday by em- ployes of the Potomac Edison Company. String of lights wrapped with laurel roping were strung between lighting poles on Main Slreet from Bowery to Water Streets. Self .illuminated plastic decorations were hung .in the center ol four stringers located at Water Street, in front' of Maurice's Department Store, the K of C building at Centre Street and at Bowery Street. If these decorations' withstand the winds during Ihe Christmas season, others will be added next-year." Payment for the lights is made from contributions from Ihe merchants and professional men of Ihe community. Lellers were mailed last week asking that.donations be sent lo the Froslburg business association. The annual lighting ceremony will be held Sunday, Miss Kathleen O'Kelley To Wed Phillip L. Webb PARSONS — Announcement has oeen.rnade of the engagement of Miss Kathleen O'Kelley, daughter of Mrs. Corinne "Sylvia of Newport, R. I., to Seaman Phillip Lee Hebb, USN, Newport, son of Mr., and Mrs. F. E. Delaney of Parsons. The bride-elect is a graduate of Rogers High School in Newport. Hebb attended Parsons High School until he entered the Navy last February. The. wedding will be an event of January in Newport. Bake Sale Friday ELLERSLIE-A bake sale sponsored by parents who have children in the Mt. Savage High School sand will be held Friday in the fireman's hall. Proceeds will be used for band uniforms. Two room furnished apartment >riyate bath, entrance, '134 East College Avenue. Frostburg. Adv.—Dec. N-T 7-8 Homemakers Elect Heads FROSTBURG — Officers .were elected and reports were given al a recent meeting of the Frostburg Homemakers Club at State Teachers College, presided. Mrs. George Griffith Mrs. Royal Skidmore was electee president for the term beginning January 1, and Mrs. Edgar Miller, treasurer It was announced that Mrs. Harry Miller, member of the club, was elected vice president of the Allegany County Council'of Homemakers Clubs. An invitation was extended to the club'to attend the community Christmas tree lighting ceremony sponsored by the music group of the Frostburg - Georges Creek Branch, American Association of University Women. Mrs. Robert Wilson, delegate fro mAllegany County, gave an illustrated talk about her trip to the National Homemakers convention, held in Chicago. Mrs. Skidmore reported on a sewing class she recently attended. An auditing committee, composed of Miss Edna Spitznas arid Mrs. Ruth Morgan, was appointed. A list of safe driving suggestions was given by Mrs. Altnea Yenshaw and Mrs. Adam Baer rea'd a piece entitled, "What Women Do .To Pro- mole Safe Driving." The next meeting will be held December 19. This will be a jingle party, and it is to be held in. the social room of Salem Reformed Church, Broadway. Each member is to bring a small gift and a jingle. Hostesses will be Mrs. Wilson, chairman: Mrs. Harry Williams, Mrs. Robert Wiebrecht, Miss Elizabeth Workman, Mrs. Yenshaw, Mrs. Alfred Fritz. Mrs.. Chester Stewart, Mrs. Richard Hawkins, Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs. Henry Weber. Girls from the 4-H Club will be ;uests at the Christmas party. Thirty members attended District Dentist Called For Active Military Service MOOREFlELD-Dr. H. H. Sni der, who has been in private prac tice in Moorefield the past- 19 years, has been called to active duty by the U. S. Air Force. Dr. Snider was recently advanced from the rank of major to lieutenant colonel, Dental Reserve. He reported to Gunter Air Force Base, Ala., November 27 for a three- week orientation course. He has been assigned : to the 4455th Hos pital, Donaldson Air Force Base at Greenville, S. C. for a period of 24 months. Dr. Snider was graduated from the University of Maryland Dental School in 1935. He is married to the former Margaret Deering of Keyser. They have a son, William F Snider, who is a junior at West Virginia University. Group To Elect Officers Friday LONACONING - The OES Officers Club met Friday evening in :he Masonic Temple with Lila Mowbray,' Mary Green and Marian Moore as hostesses. . Honors at games were won by Mabel Schaidt, Janette Boal, Norma Bosley and Jennie Holmes. A business meeting was held with Ella Evans as chairman, Helen Dillon read the treasurers report and it was announced that an election of officers will be held Friday evening. The annual jingle party will follow the election. the meeting. Mineral Records 12 Mishaps In November KEYSER — There were 12 highway accidents in Mineral County during the. month of November. It was.one of the months with a ight accident toll. A year ago, November accidents numbered . 14 in Mineral County, a low for 1954. However October, this year, was among the top monthly recordings! when 24 accidents were invesli- ;ated and recorded by State Police of the Keyser detachment. Serious njuries were below normal in November. Clinic Scheduled MIDLAND—A well-baby .and preschool clinic will be held Friday rom 10 a. m. to noon at the Mid- and' Medical Center. Dr. Harrat v;ill be assisted by Mrs. Mary Whitfield and Mrs. Margaret Hanson, health nurses. Mrs. Richard Elliott and Mrs. Patrick Manley will serve as nurses aides. A Complete Line of ., KASCO FEEDS,. Hay and Straw By tht Bolt or Ton ROBESON FARM SERVICE THE KASCO STORE R«or 119 E. Main Sf. Frostfaurg PHONE S59-M SRC Approves Bid 3n Hampshire Work CHARLESTON, W. Va. Ml — The State Road Commission has re-commended U. S. Bureau of Public i loads approval of the low bids! ubmilled on the following federal' aid project: Hampshire County — Grading, [raining, basing and asphaltic concrete paving of .99 mile of U. S. between West Romney and lun'clion Road: Carl D. Stickley, <eyser, $125,239. For Your Christmas Giving PYREX GLASSWARE LEMMERT BROS. PAINT & HARDWARE PHONE 360 FROSTBURG STORE HOURS DAILY 8-5 P.M. SATURDAY 8-9 P. M. la CHRISTMAS GIFTS for MEN WHO KNOW if well dressed men wear it, we sell it Try Our Layaway Plan, /f Is So Easy! A. CHAS. STEWART'S "HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES" MT.CITY ROLLER RINK Skating Wed. - Fri. - Sat. Nights For Skating Parties Phone Fbg. 438-J FSTCDinner^ Set Tomorrow FROSTBURG — A "Who's Who" dinner will be held at Frostburg Slate Teachers College tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in honor of Larn'a Cutter, Annette Delamater, Anne Dixon David Dunn, Margaret Kershner; Maureen 'Manley, Lorraine Martens, Ronald Rowan, Elinor Sines, Dale Swecker and Carol Sweene. '_' The following program will be presented: Invocation, Dr. Howard L. 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