Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1955 · Page 15
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F R O S T B U KG - K E ¥ $ E It Band Parents Organisation Of ML Savage School To Meet; Bake SalelYulay A lid Tri-Stale Area News (15) Evening Times, Wednesday, December 7, 1955 District Deer, Dorothy Shaffer School Yule m r> .1 Elected Leader 17 . rj i Reported CJwrch So{MUy Lvent Sunday Rt)MNEY—The District 2 Con- (> _ KEYSER—The community servation Comiiiission office here! MT -» SAVAGE—The Sodality of! Christmas concert of Keyset 1 High released the tota deer kill in thepe Blessed Virgin Mary met re-| Schoo i wi n bc he ] d Sunday at 8 area for the six-day season which;cent!y in the music room of .St.; p . m . - m u ie school auditorium closed Saturday. jPatrick's School. The meetii^i under the direction of Mrs. E. E. • There were 3.979 bucks and 2,08-4 opened with prayer by the presi-iChurch fae-liy member I • dent. Mrs. Catherine Mulligan. Re- Report cari j s were distributed j|: MT. SAVAGE—The Band Parents! next Wednesday and a Christmas Organization of Ml. Savage'School party will follow the business meeting. Daughters of the American Revo- to Mrs. Alberta Geary. Mrs. Joan Logsdon and Mrs. Colcla Brown. Miss Carol Ann Windemuth enler- jtained the group with several ac- will meet in the music room of the school Monday at 7:30 p.m. A bake sale witt be held in Ellcrslie at the fire hall, in Corriganville at Matthew's Store and in Mt. Savage at Betl's Store be- and family, York* Pa., rcturuedijingle presents will be exchanged lution will meet Friday in theicordion selections, Mrs. Mary Junior Order Hall at 7:30 p.m. | Agnes King will bc next hostess tn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R, Diehljthe group tomorrow at which time ginning at 10 a.m. Friday for the band fund. Court Brief Mention Theresa 557 Catholic Daughters of America will meet after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dichl. The BB Card Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Mary Alice Windemuth. Prizes were awarded .Mrs. Roy Dcffenbaugh returned from Washington where she visited her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kennell. from Sacred Heart Ilospilal where she was a medical patient for several clays. Mrs. Lester Allison, sister of Rev. Stanley Schwind. returned to Balli- medical patient at Miners Hospital. The New Row Card Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Eliba- belli Jenkins. Prizes were won by Mrs. Irma llice, Mrs. Doris Crowe more after spending a week at St. and Mrs. Mary Dcffenbaugh. The George's rectory. Rev. Stanley Schwind returned from Baltimore where he attended the funeral of his father. Miss Leona Burrall is a medical patient at Miners Hospital. iiiext meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Belva Miller at which time jingle gifts will be exchanged. Michigan produces nearly half Mrs. Bertha Farrell returned] Miss Mary Alice Crowe iljie Umber marketed, in the Great is aiLakes states. »>joes slain in District 2 for a total of 6,063 kills. By counties the records show ports of the various committees were made. Final^ plans for a yesterday to students for return!?? tomorrow. The Thespians Berkeley with 145 bucks and 62|<*rislmas party for the school| mect this'evening in Room 5. , D does; Grant—298 bucks, no doe sea-jdiildren December 15 in the parish Act j v j ty tomorrow will include a;§ soi.; Hampshire—1,030 bucks, 525|hall were made. All members of p are nt-Teacher Association meet-!?' does; Hardy-1.402 bucks, 783!the Christmas party committee ing at 7:30 ' Ccc{l Underwood . | does; Mineral—540 bucks. 380 ; are asked to be at the hall ' does; Morgan—173 bucks, 106 does!row afternoon at l p m. and Pendleton—385 bucks and 228J A spiritual reading does. entitled, "The Immaculate Heart of Mary." Methodist WSCS Plans Program FROSTBURG — The Woman's Society of Christian Service of First .Methodist Church will ho^cl its annual Christmas program tomorrow at 7; 30 p. m.. at the church.' • •• A play entitled "The Christmas Secret" will be presented by the Children's Division of the church with Mrs. Myron Lehr as- director. A social hour will follow the program and all members of the church arid friends may attend. was given by Mrs. Dorothy Shaf- of Delegates, will address group. Friday will be homeroom day ^ K 7. | and the following clubs will meet: fer. Mrs. Adelaide Logsdon will) ; Tn-Ri-Y." Future Home- give the spmtual readmg *** ma te n , r atun Eusmess. Library month. An election of officers was held and they are as follows: president, Mrs. Dorothy Shaffer: vice president, Mrs. Bernadette Deffenbaugh; secretary, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Fannon: treasurer, Mrs. j Evelyn Crowe, and marshal, Mrs. Betty Ann Brannon. Rev. Michael Smyth is spiritual director for the society. McGann Walsli. It was -decided to hold a membership drive during the month of January and all members and prospective members will be con •' FROSTBURG — Confessions willjt ac j; ec j for dues, be head today from 5 until 6j Members are urged to attend .p. m. and from 7:30 until 8:30j the party ^hick w in be held in p. m. at St. Michael's Church in the music room of the schoo ] Calholics To Mark Holy Day Tomorrow and Majets. Also on Friday, a Regional Student Council meeting will be. held at 10 a. m. with sessions continuing throughout the day in the elementary school building. There will he visitors from the Eastern Panhandle area. In the evening the alumni basketball game will be played at 8. The Junior High School will start The sick committee was appoint-j at 6:45 ed and is composed of Mrs. Anna Mary Beaver, and Mrs, Mrs. Anastacia Margaret Brief Mention Mrs. Paris Smith. New Creek Drive, is a surgical patient at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Church Services iSet At Midland preparation for the holy day observance tomorrow. The usual .Wednesday evening Sodality devo- 'tions will not be held this week". The refreshment committee of the Holy Name'Society will meetf in the parish day at 7:30 p. m. The movie "I Remember Mama" will be shown. Trio Injured Tomorrow, the feast of the Immaculate ^Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a holy day qf obligation for members of the Catholic faith and attendance al mass is required. Masses will be celebrated at 5:30. 7, 8 and 9 a. m. Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will follow the 9 o'clock mass. The weekly parish social will be held Friday at 8 p. m. in the parish hall. Lions Plan Session WESTERNPORT — The regular 3 dinner meeting of the Westernport and Luke Lions Club will be held tomorrow at 6:30 p.m..in-the social rooms of Mt. Calvarv Lutheran Church, "'nented. A program will be pre- Plan Jingle Parly FROSTBURG — A jingle party will be held at a meeting of Chapter 221, Women of the Moose, m. Mrs. Mae ROMNEY —" Three persons re- MIDLAND — Confessions will be heard today from 5 to 6 p. m.j and from 7 to 8 p. m. in St Jos-j eph's Catholic Church. j Tomorrow, the feast of the Immaculate Conception, mass will be celebrated at 5:30 and 8 a. m. Eve- 3 mug devotions and the reception j|| Chairs & Rockers A big selection in most styles and coverings! Hostess Chairs Fireside Chairs Swivel Chairs Recliners of new members into the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary Will be held at 7. -Following services, nuJUlMl,i — J.1UCC yciauuo ^ p h ..j, trna - na ..t v f nr ceived minor injuries here Sunday ™?™*?£ l &™ r when a pickup truck driven by Kirby Curtis ,Dove, 35, of Mathias, was struck by a car operated by. Calvin R. Davis, 21, of Romney. the anpual members will be held in the assembly hall. ' Confessions also will be heard ff Saturday' from 5 to 6 p. m. and}§ avin . . , . f t g M g d The Dove vehicle was traveling ... , . / . ln , m * north on Route 28*through Romney when the Davis car struck the pickup machine and turned it over. Martha Susan Dove, 47; Ida Dove, 40. four-year-old Carlton B.- ., Dove, all of Mathias, received' Pocalionlas Council minor bruises. will be.at 8 and 10 a. m. with members of the Holy Name Society receiving Holy Communion at the first mass. Davis was charged with viola- lion of right-of-way by State Trooper G. H. Phillips. Total damage was estimated at S700. Yule Parly Tomorrow WESTERNPORT—Petunia Council 30. Degree of Pocahontas fas estimated at StQG. j Westernport. will be host to a dis- ?i Trooper James L. Martin charg-j lrict Christmas parly tomorrow at g Earl Love Hockman, 53, of 8 p . m . at the Rcd Men H all,!$ ed Gore, Va., with violating two motor laws when he was involved in a collision with a car driven by Paul Ray Combs, 25, of Glen Echo, Md. According to Martin, Hockman was traveling east through Augus- committee, will be in charge of refrcshmen senior regent, will preside. ta and Hockman, parked on Route 50, was asleep in his car. The in- tomorrow at 8 p Philpol. chairman of the social committee, will be in charge of| cidai ^ happened earljL Saturday refreshments. Mrs. Mary Ruffo.| monljng and Hockman had no : [lights burning on his car. I Combs, also traveling east. !struck the parked Hockman ve- ,hicle_and veered off it into a gas ipump at Hewitt's Service Station, .knocking the pump down. Combs jwas charged with failure to have; his vehicle under control. j Justice of the Peace Rannells ordered Hockman placed in jail for 20 days for inability to pay a fine: and Justice of the Peace Russe'lj A. L. Russell fined Combs $15.10. ! Maryland Avenue. Gifts will be exchanged and refreshments will be served. The council will celebrate birthday and jingle party and covered dish supper at the hall December 15 at 8 p. m. Fresh Flowers from the Greenhouse Harvey's GREENHOUSE I. Main St. Frostburg Phone 764 Open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily C/osea 1 All Day Sunday ', ANNUAL | LIONS CLUB CHRISTMAS : TREE SALE \ DEC. 17th & 18th jr| St. Michael's School Yd. ALL LOCAL TREES, FRESHLY CUT ad courtesy Crowe Pontiac Co. Rila Hartmaii Heads Valley Pen Pal Club LONACONING—A "Pen Pal Club was organized last week at Valley High School with Miss Betty Ruth Hoback as faculty sponsor. Susanne Miller was elected president; Rita Hartman, vice president, and Francis Garlitz, correspondence editor. Exchange of letters among foreign countries will be the primary purpose of the student group. Addresses of pen pals, of .school ag are being sought by members. —HILL TOP INN— Try Our Broiled Steaks For the Best of FOOD bring the family to HILL TOP ROUTE 40 9 Milet West of Froitburg PHONE 713 ROBIE IN WESTERNPORT "Every Nite is Miracle Nite" Luke Circle To Meet LUKE—The Luke Circle of the Presbyterian Church -will meet al the home of Miss Elsie Stump Cromwell Street, today at 8 p.m. Remingtons, Royals, Smith-Coronas NO DOWN PAYMENT! Beat the Christmas Rush, buy in the privacy of your own ruime. Call Keyser COLLECT 28721 or drop a cord to KEYSER OFFICE SUPPLY for a free home - demonstration at no obligation. FOR YEARS OF PLEASURE .GIVE THE new .REMINGTON The complete portable with Exclusive Miracle Tobond 34 •ther feature} fof better typing. AND FIRST PAYMENT Only $1.00 NOT DUE 'TILL FEB. '56! 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"I am so happy since Jcsusjw CONVENIENT CREDIT gave me peace of heart, took away so say those being saved. One of many groups to choose from Only a few of the wonderful things taking place al the Great SALVATION' AND HEALING MEETINGS under Evangelist L.C.» nitcly 7:30, in \Vcsternportii? •\ssemhlv of God Church, — and;y this week may he the last. Here is little lip: either clip the article, or (his lower part, if you rant lo bc sure to gel a seal Sunday nilc, (rings his stirring message on the U N P A R D 0 N A B LE SIN" for crowds will pack into Info monster Sunday evening rally. • You havcjSr 1 icon waiting for this opportunity. 5 — ADVERTISEMENT Mh»*fcfc»*»*»*»*»liW»l*>»»»HNM»»>»!

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