Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 28
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Dial PA-2-4GOO for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD-, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 19".5 Keyset- American Legion Post Presents Awards For Service . KEYSER-At the recent regular meeting of Bpyce-Houser Post 41, American Legion, several local men received citations of appreciation for their service in cooperation with the post in presentation of the memorial service in Kcyser on Veterans Day, November 11. The weather for the day was such lh..t the annual parade had to be postponed and the service conducted within the Keyser Fire Hall. Snow jiad fallen on the previous day and it was cold on' Veterans Day. ' It was in appreciation of the difficulties of those who had given their services under such unusual circumstances'- that the citations were given. The citation program was presented during the post meeting with "Miss Betty A. Neuhauser, post commander, presiding: The citations we're made by, A. V. Gallion; past. commander! and current service officer of the post. The citations were given to W. J. Cross, sponsor for the Sparky Fire Department; Oran H; Brown, fotfrecently. his Cub Scout Pack 39; Mayor John C. Freeland and City Council man Lester Gates, Paul Peters and E. T. Kcssel; Francis J: Crockett superintendent of the B&O car shops; P. A. Bulls, general fore nian of the B&O locomotive shop; The Times pany, Ross and Alleganian Com' W. Prysock; Mineral Daily News Tribune, John Barger, John Geoghegan, Rev. Donald D. Anderson, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church; Rev. S. A...F. Wagner, pastor of Grace Methodist Church; Rev. Kenneth M. Rizer and Rev. John P. Han nen, pastor and assistant pastor respectively of Church of the changed Assumption. . Jserved. TWENTY-SEVEN Westernport Lodge Elects WESTERNPORT - Mrs. Mary Wilt was elected nobk> grand of the Miriam Rebekah Lodge. IOOF, Other officers are Mrs. Blanche Ferguson, vice grand; Mrs. Fanny Grove, recording secretary, and Mrs. Lulu Fazcnbaker, financial secretary. The treasurer will be elected at the next meeting. The lodge will meet at the IOOF lall tomorrow at 7 p. m. to go to :he.home of Mrs. Margaret Fazenbaker at Beryl for a visit. Transportation will be provided. A Christmas party will be held following the regular meeting at he hall December 15. Secret pals will be revealed and new 01123 selected. Jingle, gifts will be exchanged and refreshments will be Hardy County Allocated 40ti Units Poliomyelitis Vaccine MOOREFIELD - Ed B r i g n t. acting health officer for Hardy County, has announced that the State Health Department has allocated a quota of 400 CCs of poliomyelitis vaccine to the county. The vaccine will be available at two clinics. Dr. M. H. Maxwell will be at the county health office December 15 and 19, from l to 2 p. m. to administer it and Dr. J. D. Mathias will give it in his office in Wardensvillc on December 13 and 27, from 1 to 2 p. m. The vaccine is ,now being released to physicians so they may give it to their .patients, and Hardy County doctors have a supply. The vaccine furnished by the Health Department is available to any child from newborn to nine'years with expectant mothers being in the priority group. . It is not recommended that children be given polio vaccine if they have had a recent operation, any immunization within the past 30 days, or are suffering \yith any infection. Parents will provide transportation to the clinic for their children as (his is not the mass immunization offered earlier in the year. The polio vaccine is furnished by the Federal government and is issued on a per cent basis. Eighty per cent now being manufactured is held for commercial distribution to physicians for private patiei.ts and twenty per cent is allocated to the Public Health Service. It is on the basis of county needs and eligible age -jroup that the 400 CCs was allocated to Hardy County. More vaccine will be available as it is released. Holy Name Meets Sunday FROSTBURG - The Holy Name Society of St. Michael's Catholic Church will receive Holy Communion' in a body at the 7:30 mass Sunday morning. A reception of new members will be held following the mass, after which a breakfast will be served in the par- is!) cafeteria. The quarterly meeting of the Western Maryland Section of the! Holy Name Society will be held in St. Michael's hall at 2:30 p. m. Sunday. A reception of new members intoj the Sodality of St. Michael's i Church will take place at 7:30 p. m. Now candidates .will assemble in the school at 7 and march in: a group to the church. i The Sodality will sponsor a pub-! lie card party in "the parish hallj Monday at 8 p. m. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. FSTC Student. Christian. Group Seeking Gifts For Mentally III FROSTBURG - The S t u d c IK Christian Association of Froslburg Stale Teachers College is cooperating in the collection of Christmas gifts for patients in Maryland's five stale mental hospitals. Mrs. Harry S. Scoll Jr.. of Baltimore, chairman of the Christmas project committee of the Maryland Association for Menial Health. new items are most desirable, Mrs. Scott said, some used items' are appreciated if they are in good conditions. . .-', ',. "Packs of playing cards thai have been used once at a card party will brighten the days; of many patitnls for weeks," she-ob; served. "Brightly colored scarves |a:t( kerchiefs, pieces of costume said the Frostburg group alongijcwelry, current novels and- a with school and college groups, number of luxury items that may manufacturers and retail stores across the state, are working as a volunteer corps to bring Christmas cheer to these unfortunate shut-ins. Mrs. Scott said that requests have come from these hospitals for an almost unlimited variety of gifts, but the most popular items arc cigarettes, stationery, socks for both men and women and cosmetic and toilet articles. Although now be cluttering the shelves and bureau drawers in our homes caft bring joy to the hearts of patients 1 who will treasure them," she noted. • - .Gifts may be sent to the Student Christian Association at State Teachers College, or to the Canteen Service. 325 Baltimore Avenue, Cumberland, which is 'cooperating as a collection center. ; Si :s^-aF^ s? >(SiS<5\S>5»3j-5r>(B»S l 5sSi5fSt5<»<a&Si»rSi5(?J><2<&^ FROSTBURG, MD. KEYSER, W. VA. "THE STORES OF OVER 50,000 USEFUL GIFTS" WHEN YOU BUY AT n K «!^^ YOU HAVE THE ADDED ADVANTAGE OF CALLING ALL BOYS AND GIRLS! DONT FORGET f y . . v SANTA GLAUS WILL VISIT OUR TOYLAND - SAT- 1 The Maurice 5 Guarantee URDAY, DECEMBER 10th, FROM 2 TO 3:30 P. M. 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