Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 30
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD* THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955 TWENTY-NINE NewC&PTelephone Setup Ready For Pendleton Use FRANKLIN _ The Chesapeak. and Potomac Telephone Companj has completed its latest expansion program in Pendleton County at an approximate cost of $33.000. Boyd Hiser, local C & P repre sentative, said 37 telephones have been installed in the Deer Run sec tion. This brings the number of telephones in Pendleton County to £ total of 667. The last expansioi: program was in the Smith Creek section where 47 telephones were installed in June of 1954. Prior to that 50 telephones were installed in the Brandywine Sugar Grove sec- s in March of 1954. iser said that 140 miles of wire and 320 poles were used in providing the Deer Run service. Six individual lines lead from the Franklin exchange out Route 33 to the top of the South Fork Mountain and then up through Troublesome Val ley to the new development. Each of the six lines has six or seven telephones on it. It was. a cooperative project in which the subscribers cut the right of way and the telephone company did the balance of the work. The Coffer Company, of Roanoke. had the contract for digging the holes, setting the poles and stringing the wires. They had a crew from five to 11 men on the job from July to November. The first telephone installed in the project was in the home of W. Romney Choral Club Plans Yule Cantata ROMNEY—The Romney Choral Club will present its annual Christmas cantata December 14 at 3 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church. The cantata, "The Carols of Christmas" by E. J. Lorenze, consists of choruses, solos, duets, trios, women's "chorus numbers and men's chorus numbers. The Christmas story is told by the carols which make up the presentation. Dance Scheduled KEYSER — The annual-."Gold Diggers" ball sponsored by Sigma Iota Chi sorority will be held Saturday from 8 to 11 'p.' m. in the Student Center, at Potomac College. State W Eye last November 9. and the last one put into service was at 0. H. Hamilton's home recently The telephone nearest Franklin in the new system is at the N. H Martin place (formerly Den Eye/, and the one furtherest from Frank; lin is in the home of Vernon Simmons. Work Started in July The Deer Run project got the "go-ahead" sign by the telephone company about the first of the year. The line was surveyed in March and construction work began in July. New equipment was installed^in the exchange office in Franklin in August to handle the increased load that will result from the Deer Run phones. There are two rates applicable to the new subscribers. Those living between three and six miles from the base rate area (Franklin 1 pay S3.65 per month, and those living from the six to nine mile zone pay $3.90. These rates are for rural service lines for which the Public Service Commission has set up a rate scale which adds 50 cents to the base.rate of $3.15 for telephones in the three to six mile zcne, 75 cents for the six to nine mile zone and $1 for telephones more than nine miles from the base rate, areas. . • Hiser said that you can call a longer distance on the C & P sys tern In Pendleton County free of charge. He said a call from the M. Bowers home at Brushy Run to Gordon Todd at Sugar Grove is a distance of 42 wire, miles. 'Where else can you call 42 miles Community (Continued from Page 25) DeBerry who had served for ;wo years on tiie committee. Two alternates also were named. They are Stanley Baker, Mt. Lake D ark, first alternate;, and George W. Lohr, Friendsville, second al- .ernate. .. . .• The committee meets once each Tionth to carry out the agricultural conservation program, acreage al- otmerit and marketing quota pro;rams, the. wool program, other price support programs and any other programs which are asssign- ed to it by the Secretary of Agriculture or the Congress. The^'new members took office Thursday. without paying a long distanc charge," Hiser asked. Telephone Numbers Listed The numbers of the new tele phones that have been intalled i the Deer Run section are as fo lows: Raleigh Ruddle 5231, Ray Ma low 5232. Allen Pitsenbarger 5233 A. P. Pitsenbarger 5234, Sam Sim mons 5235, Vernon Simmons 5236 0. H. Hamilton 5251, Rufus Sipl 5252. Norman Dunkle 5253, Pau Dunkle 5254. Hubert Dunkle 5255 J M. Mallow 5256. W. W. Eye 5261. Roy H. Wagone 5262, Earl Eye 5263. Masel Dahme 5264, 0. C. Hevener 5265, Walte P Lough 5266, B. R. Pitsenbarge 5267. ~ Richard Lough 5271, J. S. Pitsen barger 5272, D. J. 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You'll find big burly, wool plaids and mix't effects or long wearing gabardines in just about every wanted color effect. , * * * * * * Always J Men's and 129 Balto St, i ±0 ^4 ^rf ^ W ^ ^ ^ ^ "r" ^ ^ ^T" ^ Shop Burton's First For Boys' Wear In Cumberland G E, Hinklc 5274, Claude Hevcncr •275, D. E. Hovencr 5276. Elmer Hiser 5281, Russell Heve- icr 7282, J. H. Riggleman 5283. (•"red Dahmer 5284, Howard Dunkle 1285, Luther Dahmer 528S, Stanley Dunkle 5287. N. H. Martin 5291, Arthur Mulle- ne.x 5292, Pearl Rcxrodc 5294, Etta Skiles 5295, John Hevener 5296. Injured Al Work WESTERNPOrtT-l'aul Kookcn. 303 Walnut Street, who fractured his foot, while at work at the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, is recovering •at his home. Business Session Sel PIEDMONT — The business meeting of Christ Memorial Baptist Church will be held in the church today at 7:30 p. m. Faculty Holds Yuletide Tea FROSTBURG - The faculty of State Teaclicrs College entertained with a Christmas tea in the social room of Lowndcs Hall recently. Guests included wives and husbands of faculty members, am the following former members, Dr Lillian C. Compton, Miss Annie B Gray and Mrs. Russell Cook. The tea table was covered with a green cloth and a centerpiece of needle pine and Christmas balls. Mrs. John S. Cook president at 'he punch bowl. Others assisting vere Miss Pauline Ilobbs, Dr. toward Uriggs, Miss Dorothy Hone White, Joseph Mrs. Carol N. Tolson. Kohout and Class Meets Tomorrow WESTfiKNPORT - The Goldee Circle Class of First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Lee Ann llarshbarger. 55 East Hampshire Street, Piedmont, tomorrow at 7:30 p. hi. Classes To Meet WESTERNPORT - The Berean and Baraca classes will meet at First Baptist Church today at 8 p. in. Refreshments will be served. SOLD ONIY »Y SEAtS. ROEBUCK AND CO. 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