Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 27
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FROSTBURG-KEYSER And Tri-Siale Area News (26) Evening Times, Thursday, December 8, .1953 FOUR GENERATIONS—Shown in the above tout generation picture are (I. to r.) M. JVC. Ward Sr. of Linden Street, Frostburg;> Earl E. Ward Sr., Washington, and Earl E. Ward Jr., facoma Park, holding his son, Gary E. Ward. The: elder Ward, a retired brick contractor, married the late Elizabeth (Folk) Ward. Earl Ward Sr., who followed the same trade as his father, is employed, as a bricklayer in the Washington area. His wife was the late Isabella'.. (Conrad) Ward. Earl Ward Jr. is a certified public accountant in Washington. He is married to the former Miss Doris Thompson. Nuine Committees for Yule Program 'At Reynolds Hall KEYSER—Women residents of Reynolds, Hall will honor guests at theT^annual Christmas party December 19, .according to Miss Flora J. Pfost, dean of women. Carole Sue Miller, general chairman, has announced the following corhmittees: Refreshment, Sharon Mdijennex, chairman, and Carolyn For-inash: decorations, Sharon Gotrdy, chairman, Ann Turley anti Su&lThayer. Plans will be formulated by the standing social committee coin poSCd of Miss Miller, chairman Frances Mount, Janet Sliker, Mary Virginia Salario, Cosa Thompsoi and-Nila Kinser. The initial part of the program wilPbc a caroling tour of Potomac Valley Hospital, faculty members homes and Arcadia Heights. The group will then return to Reynolds HaJTfor dancing and refreshments. A",'dormitory party for women livJng in Reynolds Hall has also been planned, but a definite dale has'i-not been selected. Women will; exchange gifts and refreshments will be served. Newman Club T £or the Relief of .... iMinor Throat Irritations T & S Throat Lozenges -- ONLY 69C — The New T & S Cut Rate Frostburg Holds Event At Frostburg FROSTBURG —A pre-Christmas cbrnniunion breakfast for the Newman Club of Stale Teachers Col- lege'was 'held following the 10:15 mass--Sunday • in St. Michael's Catholic.Church.. Thirty-five members attended. Jack Nugget,'director"of Catholic Action of Baltimore, and a student of Johns Hopkins University was a guest and a short talk on "Humility" was given by Rev. Regis F Larkin, assistant paslor of St. Michael's. Resident Balks At Move To Clean Sewer OnProperty WESTERNPORT — Mayor Okey Michael last night told council members that James A. Welsh informed him.that he would permit no town employe to go on his Church Street properly to clean out the trunk sewer. Welsh, he said, reported his land at the lower end of the se-ver contains only silt which a heavy flow of waler will remove. The Mayor and Commissioners ordered that Horace P. Whitworlh, opinion on the community's power lo service the sewer without the A formal initiation of candidates properly owner's consent. followed lh& dinner with Mary Agnes McGann acting as• marshal!. Maureen Mauley and Patricia Allen were eandlebcarers. Officers Ray L. Will, police commissioner, .presented a resolution that cars remaining on Ihe streets without n license for more than 15 days who conducted the initiation were be impounded until a fine for the William Delaney, president; Hugh Molan, vice president: Dorlhea Wilson, secretary; William McKcnzic, .reasurer, and Father Larkin, chap- A GIFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY BROWNIE <JAQC MOVIE CAMERA KIT 5 4V- '•• - - Int. f«J: Tax. The New I & $ Cut Rate : "•' Frostburg am. Candidates were Enardo Arnone, Tack Green, Carl Emerick, Warren O'Toolc, Anna Pearl Malloy, Nancy Dcma'y, Joel Baugh, Rosemary .ancasler, Roberlinc Boyle, Gcr- rude Fiorita, Anne Swecue, Marietta Gauclio. Janet Blake, Mary j Francis Deluca, Jean Davanic, Nancy McKay, 'Kalhcrine Hodges, Lulu Bailey, Anne Leonard, Jea- nccn Back. Toby Morrisy andj Mary Jo Rowan. Faculty members attending were Dr. Laura B. Haniey, Mrs. Mary Drum Boliino and Miss Ann Comer. lirief Mention Mrs. Harriett Densmore. RD 1. ;is a medical patient in Miners Hospital. ! Mrs. Annetta Gerson, president |of the Beall High Alumni Association, announced that the group will imeel Sunday at 2 p. m. in City Hall. New officers will be installed. The ladies Aid Society of First Congregational Church will hold a | Christmas party today al 6 p. m. in Ihe church social room. A program has been arranged by Mrs. Rulh Mallow, Mrs. Clara Vogtman and Mrs. William Vogtman. Secret sisters will be revealed. A story hour will be held at the Frostburg Public Library Saturday at 10:30 a. in. for children who are 7, 8, or 9 years old. Miss Lorraine Martens, a student at State Teachers College, will be narrator. Mrs. Blanche Festerman, Mountain District vice president of the American Legion Auxiliary, announced that the district meeting will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. James P. Love Post auxiliary of Lonaconing will be hostess. violation is paid. 11 was announced that the town purchased a Christmas tree from Mrs. Hazel Kerns, Hammond Street, which will be placed at the intersection of Main and Church Slreets on Western Maryland Rail- 1 Little League PotomacState Sophomores Compile Perfect Averages Tcamllonorcd By Lions Club LONACON1NG — Members of (he Little League Indians were quests of (he Lonacouinjj Lions Club at a dinner meeting Monday evening in the Pythian Sister hall. Ellsworth Gardner, team mana-J KEVSIOR—Two sophomores at) Potomac State College col "Pil ecl j//0ll$C LsCCtdci' To averages of 4.000 for the first halt semester of the present school year. Eighty-two other students Ellsworth oaruner, team man* ( d averages o[ 3 . 000 or beUer . er, introduced Angus Park, Ber- ' ,,..»„ ' fe A averaes Address Students I Keyser, School ger nard Kazenbaker, John Duckworth. James Ferrens. Raymond Bradley. The two perfect "A" averages KEYSER - Cecil H. Underwood, Cresaptown PTA Yule Parly Today CRESAPTOWN — The Cresaptown Parent-Teacher Association will hold its annual Christmas! parly today,, beginning at 7:15 p.; m.. at the school. Teachers will be; |in their rooms from 7:15 to 7:50 to; j greet parents. '• At 8 p. m. a short business ses- ision will be held in the school; j auditorium, followed by the Christ-: mas program and party. . ' Christmas carols will be sung For Sale: Boy's two wh«el«d bicycle. Boy's clothes, size 12. Phone Froslburjj 1062. Adv. Dec. 8 N-T. were gained by Richard A. Ball i minority leader in the West Vir-: w ith Mrs. Mary Martirano as James Rowan, Stephen James, and Robert L. Whitmer, both pre-:S»» a HoU!ie of Delegates, will be^-ector. A movie entitled -Christ- John K Ravenscrofi. Robert! education majors. i principal speaker for the, annual j mas Rhapsody" will be shown. Brown, Gary Sloan, Greg Getty j Ball, a graduate of Keyser High, fal1 meel)n g ol the Eastern Dis 1 Rev. : William Stroup, pastor of and Thomas Fisher. (School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.! 1 ™-' 1 1%eyser the Eastern Dis-i Council Friday iniciavary Baptist Church, will give School. ia short talk on "What Christmas Kendrick Y. Hodgson, president £. j. Ball, Keyser. He is ~, . . : welcomed the boys and two guests Lember of Circle K. Sigma Phi!. Bettering Lastern District Stu-j Means, from. Valley High School, Miss Omeg a Honor Society, Roth MHi-|J™Counc-.ls • 1S the theme for the Condons Shoe Store Authorized dealer In Frostburg for POLL PARROT and JUMPING JACK Shoes for Children and Misses 20 W. Main St. Ph. 890-J Frostburg Peggy Stakem and Robert Hyde. 'Citizens' of the Month" chosen at (he school. Thomas Conner, a Rotary guest, gave an invitation to the Lions to attend a Rolarj ladies night program tonight at the VFW home. James Langley, chairman of the light bulb committee, reported that conference. William Orndorff, president ofl at tary Honor Society and treasurer ot Theta Sigma Chi fraternity. ... - .. . .. i UIC OU.UC11L. 1/UU11V.U dl J7ULUU1C1V. \Vhitmcr. son of Mr. and Mrs.| siale Col] wiu k duri Albert B. Whitmer, Petersburg;. is ()le mornjng session Qn « FunctiojS( a graduate of Petersburg High, and Activitics of College studenl School. He is a member of .Military Honor Society and the Pasquino staff. With registrations beginning at 10:30 a. m., a well-rounded sched- Jean Kight, freshman business; ule has becn set up bv tne high package bulbs are expected to ar- majorp compiled a :! . 739 average. > school commitlee in charge O f ar nvc this week John Stakem zonej to ]eaf] the freshman class. A| rangemems . On the committee aie' membership chairman, spoke on; Rraduatc of Kcyscr H igh School, Lora Lewis, Raymond Murrav his visit to the Kitzmiller Lions js , )C fs {he daug|lter of Mrs \vilda ; Frances Evans and J. W. Kcssel c!u "- . . , I Kight, Keyser. She is a member, sponsor. Ruby Davis, president of A new selective committee was | Qf s - Ma chi sorority gnd the | thc lo( . a] council> wiu preside ovei wmed with A. F. Green, chair- George Eichhorn. co- formed man, and chairman. George Eichhorn. Jack A. Petry and Rev. Joseph W. Young were appointed to arrange entertainment [or a children's party to December 19. Hodgsdon read the following schedule for manning the Christmas Salvation Army kettle December 17 from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. on Main Street: 9-10 a. m., John Eichhorn, John Meyers and Ervin Lewis: 10 to 11 a. m., Jack A. Petry, Gorman Getty and Everett Spiker; 11 a. m. to noon, Raymond Bampton. James Langley and Robert Robertson; 12 to 1 p. m., Arthur G. Phillips, A. F. Green and Hodgsdon; 1 to 2 p. m., Edward Mooney. William H. Orr and Forrest Hawkins; 2 to 3 p. m., J. Haugen, John Hamilton and Rev. Young; 3 to 4 p. m., Jack Stakem, J. 0. Hello and George Eichhorn: 4 to 5 p. m. James Park, Raymond Berry and William R. Moses; 5 to 6 p. m., Thomas Ritchie and Onas Hanekamp; 6 to 7 p. m., James Richmond and James Getty; 7 to 8 p. m., Walter McKenzie, Jack Get- tv and William Gelson; 8 to 9 p. Pasquino staff Sophomores scoring 3.000 or bet-!?. Wagner, pastor of Grace Metho ter are Janice Mills, Keyser, 3.941; Carolyn Forinash, Huttonsville. 3.722; Robert L. Bishop, Keyser. 3,632; Jack Harvey, Gormania, 3.611, and Sue Schoppert, Westernport, 3.529. Freshmen with averages above town attorney, be asked for an m., Boyd Bolyard, Nelson Keyes and Hutcheson, Harry Bosley, chairman of the kettle drive, is assisted -by William H. Moses-and Onas Hanekamp. James Buchanan was the only U. S. president \:ho never married. Two room furnished apartment, private bath, entrance,, 134 East College Avenue, Frostburg. Adv.—Dec. N-T 7-8 ivay properly. For Rent: 5 room house and bath, J30 Center Street, Frostburg. Adv. Dec, 8 N-T. PALACE THEATRE ton HUDSON JttlE ADAMS -..TECHNICOLOR GIFTS for him • Pipes • Cans of Tobacco • Cigars by box • Cigarette Liters • Tobacco Pouches Schrdffts - Morris and Other Christmas Candy CHARLEE HILL'S Newsstand W. MAIN ST. FROSTBURG lhe fjrst Rev Samuel A dist Church, will give the invocation, followed by a welcome by Parker C. Black, high school principal. Eastern District Council officers are Douglas Ambrose, president, Berkeley Springs; Norma Arnold, the 3.500 mark are Mary Lou vice-president, Romney; Evelvn: Homan, Ridgeville. 3.778: George Oss, Keyser, secretary, and Linda King, treasurer, Petersburg. Five workshops will be active under the auspices of delegations from Romney, Moorefield, Petersburg, Berkeley Springs and Piedmont. E. Brady, Shallmar, 3.765; Joyce Boone,- Keyser, 3.750; Jean Cave, Luke, 3.647; Garland Smoot, Romney, 3.632; Linda Stanhagen, Keyser, 3.632; Victor Basile, Anmore, Keith Inskeep, Medley, 3.556; Robert Houser, Romney, 3.500; Janet Lee Spiker, Albright, 3.500. and Michael Webb, St. Marv's. 3.500. CLARINET for sale. 550.00. Richard T. Hamill, Frostburg. Adv. Dec. 8 N-T. . Get it at Tire$fottt For Fast Draws PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE WIN-MAR SUPPLY GENE AtTTtY GENUINE LEATHER SET The regular G«ne Antrr ~4f repeater plus 2 nacvcal top . grain leather E. MAIN ST. PHONE 920 Remingtons, Royals, Smith-Coronas NO DOWN PAYMENT! Beat the Christmas Rush, buy in the privacy of your own home. Call Keyser COLLECT 28721 or drop a card to KEYSER OFFICE SUPPLY for a free home demonstration at no obligation. FOR YEARS OF PLEASURE GI-V-E THE new REMINGTON Tht complett port- cbl* with Excfutiv* MirocIeTaband34 othtr f0atur«s for b*tt«r typing. AND FIRST PAYMENT Only $1.00 NOT DUE TILL FEB. '56! KEYSER OFFICE SUPPLY Phone 28721 RAY (CHUCK) COFFMAN MUSIC HALL BUILDING KEYSER, WEST VIRGINIA Phone 28721 give him Shirts By Van Heusen $3.95 and $4.50 Bob Hohing Men's Wear 11 E. Main St. Boys' Wear Frostburg New Guinea matrons along the Sepik River sometimes use lime am' ashes for makeup. Christmas Decorations For Indoor and Outdoor Use ALL ILLUMINATED : i Santa Face Plaques Santa Sled Plaques Reindeer Plaques Large Santa Plaques Santa Fireside Plaques Lantern Plaques Giant Outdoor Candle Plaques Church Scene Plaques 3-Lite Bell Clusters Light Sets •B All Reasonably Priced See Our Display Layman s Hardware . Perfect for Christinas Giving! i nylon tricot sweetened witn smocking YOU ARE INVITED TO BRING THE FAMILY TO THE OPENING OF OUR NEW FROSTBURG DISTRICT OFFICE. 37 BROADWAY, FROSTBURG '"^^f Smocking was once reserved for the young fry. but you find it here in a grown-up fashion. Opaque nylon tricot slip, with a cover-bra bodice and frilly ruffle of sheer nyJon tricot, that is generously smocked and edged with nylon Val l.ic.e for feminine allure. A captivating idea in a care-free fabric. White. $2-44 $5.98 Other Artemis Slip* from $3 OF FROSTBURG FRIDAY and SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 and 10 Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9,p.m. * REFRESHMENTS SOUVENIRS - PRIZES EXHIBITS - DISPLAYS AND Demonstrations Of The Latest Model Electric Appliances For Your Home, Farm and Business * The new Potomac Edison Company Frostburg District Office will be headquarters for the Home Service Dept., Meter Dept. 7 Service Dept., Stores Dept., and home and commercial appliance display and sales. Light and power bills will be paid at this location. Our phone number remains Frostburg 55. THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. I

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