Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1955 · Page 15
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FKOSTBURG.KEYSEK A nil Tri-Stale Area News (15) Evening Times, Friday, December 9, 1955 Church Chimes L like School Dedication To Program Set Be Conducted MT. SAVAGE - The dedication of the electronic chimes installed LUKE — The Luke School will hold its annual Christmas program December 20 at 7:30 p. m. in the Tree Program ~ At Frostburg Sunday Night . schooT'a'udiToriunirMrs." Florence!. FKOSTBURG - Joining voices Liller, principal, announces. recently in Mt. Savage Methodist i A cantala .. Santa - s .in memory of Mr. and Mrs, wil , be prescntcd by thc ewire \\ilson Sr. will take place, Sc j 100 ]. A feature of lhe preseilta . Sunday at the 10:45 a.m. services. t ion will be the Christmas trees jin the old familiar Christmas carols, itizens of Frostburg will light their community Christmas tree Sunday evening. The cere* mony will take place in the square Christmas carols will be played moonbeams stars bells c j 0 ]i s 'U° r nied by Water and Main Streets, ""'""'"' ' ' ' ' and the tree will stand in a church yard there. on the chimes during the holidays. |snowflakes, Brief Mention j fairies. stockings, elfs and Edward Henckel of San Antonio, Texas, son of the late Henry Henckel, has been commissioned an honorary admiral in the Texas Navy by Gov. Shivers. Admiral Henckel will have 'rights; privileges and emolument of his office and no duties. Mrs. Cora Pollaqk is a surgical patient in Miners' Hospital, Frostburg. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Simons and children, Washington, visited Mrs. Simons' parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Stanlev Dorman. A report of the Allegany County At 5:-15, chimes in a' Parent Teacher Association session church tower will play a nearby medley held at John Humbird School in Cumberland was given by Mrs. of Christmas carols and at 5:50 the color guard of Farradv Post Paul Bowman at the monthly meet- -^ American Legion, will present ing of the Luke PTA Wed"nesda\ evening in the school auditorium. the colors. The ceremony itself will start at 6 with a "Christmas William Smith, president of the'- Meclle . v " Played by the Beall High jroup, presided and the PTA School band directed by Frank Munson. If the weather permits, the band will march in uniform to the scene of the ceremony. At 6:10, Mayor Perry Myers will'of- fer a briei address, and will push Aluminum Slorm Doors '38.95 ALL HARDWARE INCLUDED Windows '15.95 up INSTALLATION EXTRA HASTINGS AWNINGS ARTHUR BOND PHONE 1053-M M BRADDOCK ST. FROSTBURG • Oak Flooring • Oak Trim • Birch Flush Doors • JM Roofing & Siding M. BROADWATER LUMBER CO. PHONE 855-J 1 Mil* W.lt of Froitburg on Route 40 « PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY prayer was led by Mrs". Helen Hutchinson. Group singing of Christmas carols was led by Mrs. Florence Liller, principal of the school, with piano accompaniments by Mrs. r he button that will illuminate the Helen Hutchinson. . 'huge tree. The assembled audience Each member brought a jingle j wiil tllen J ' oi " in sin §' n g six of the gift which was turned over to thej most famUiar carols, led by Ar- United Organizations. A Christmas tree featured the decorations arranged by the hospitality committee and refreshments were served prepared the Homeroom Mothers. by The next meeting of the PTA. will Midni § nt Clear," "Away be held January 11. ^^^- •• ™,i "/ thur Thomas. The carols will be "Joy To The World," "Silent Night," featuring a trumpet solo by Lloyd Neilson,- a student at Beall High; "0, Little Town Of Bethlehem," "It Came Upon A Christmas Program Conducted By Scouts PIEDMONT-The annual Christmas party for Boy and Girl Scouts nas secured this year was donated was held Monday evening in thej b i r Mr - ancl Mrs - Joseph Durst and In A Manger," and "0, Come All Ye Faithful." At the close of the singing a "Merry Christmas" will be wished to all by the mayor, and the ceremony will end. The blue spruce which the Legion recreation room of Trinity Methodist Church. Approximately 225 attended, served. Refreshments were A similar party was held at the jsame place for Cubs and Brownies jwith 115 present. Mr. and Mrs. George McDowell had charge of both affairs and was assisted by scout leaders. Dr. Donald P. Whitworth led in carol singing. Mrs. Rymer Ferrell was the was cut from their yard. It seems especially appropriate, since their property was originally owned by Senior Girl Scout Troops Dance Slated KROSTBURG - The two Senior Girl Scout troops of Frostburg. sponsored by the Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church, will hold a semi-formal dance in the auditorium at Real! Elementary Scliool December 22 from 8:3Q p.m. to midnight. Senior Girl Scout leaders from 4 the Tri-Towns. Keyser, and Cum- iberland will attend. Reservations sliould be made with Miss Diana i.Meehan. 51 West Main i Frostburg, by Thursday. Street, Four VHS Seniors Selected Candidates For Yule Queen LONACONING— Four senior girls j -- at Valley High School have becn| Lausi , )crrv Camlulute chosen as candidates for election; • as Christmas Queen at the school.! . „ , , ^l -Judge IhornasF. of Somerset County The contest is part of thc annual i^"™ 1 ""^, OI » omcrset ^^ Christmas ball at Vallcv High. &' ™ ^f Court announced _. ... . ' . .. VGStfmav I l;l IP unit oonL- fha Students will cast their ballots for their favorite unlil December 21. This is the third annual Christmas ball and coronation sponsored at the school by the Student Council. Music is to be furnished lor dancing December 21 between 8 and 11 p.m. by the,"Happy Wanderers" orchestra. The dance is informal and a Christmas scene Mary Bolt and Carolvn Cook. I will feature the decorations. an early member of the Frosti [family from which the town re-' ceived its name. During the half-hour ceremony, police \yjll re-route westbound traffic" from Main Street out Broadway, and up Mechanic Street, and eastbound traffic from Main ontoi electnc servlee to High Street, and down Ormond Frostburg will be pianist and Mrs. Virginia had charge of refreshments. Suter For Rent: 2 room and 3 room furnished apartments. Apply 130 East Main, Frostburg. Adv.—Dec. N-T 9-10-12 FROSTBURG GETS YULETIDE LOOK — Two Potomac Edison Company workmen, Victor Hawkins at the top of .the ladder, and Fred Husselbaugh who is standing by the truck, are shown putting finishing touches on the Christmas street light decorations in the business section of Frostburg. At the left of the truck is St. Paul's Lutheran Church where the community Christmas tree will be located. The lights are installed each year on Main Street and part of Water Street and Broadway by Frostburg businessmen. They were turned on for the first time Wednesday evening. Potomac Edison Firm Opens Neiv Office For Frostburg o FROSTBURG — Sixty years ofj Frostburg District. They included co-chairmen of the dance, will be assisted by the following committees: orchestra—Marsha Barclay, chairman, and Elaine Myers; invitations — Diana Median, chairman. Judy Harrison. Patty Delbrook, Donna Craze. Julia Willells and Faye Sacco; deocrations— Josephine Row. chairman, Patricia Lowry, Sally Layman. Diane Ew- injj, Bonnie Marshall, Linda Folk. Earlene Miller, Beth Elliot. Judy! Welling, Joleta Atkinson. Janet Nelson. Norma Feslerman, Sharon Huff. Carol Walters. Winifred Fain and Ginger Keister: refreshments! — Joan Harris. Patty Minnick.i Mary Louise Alexander, Betty Shoemake, Gregg Darrow, Barbara Duckworth, Susan Babcock.j Janet Ruffo, Darlene Loguc; spe-| cial dances—Sandra Loar, chair- nan. Jacquin Carpenter, 'tlllen Richardson and Bonnie Conrad. Leaders who are assjsting are Mrs. Fred Morton, Mrs". William Wood, Mrs. Arthur Roe and Mrs. Jorclon Tavlor. The four senior contestants are Colleen Beeman. Marlene Kamp, Joann H. McPartland and Helen Wilhelm. Ponderosa Pine Shelving FLUSH DOORS FORMICA CABINET HARDWARE BIRCH PLYWOOD FIR PLYWOOD NEILSON BROS. Phone 429 Frostburg Class Plans Parly PlEDMON'T-Kappa" Delta Bible Class of Trinity Methodist Church will hold its annual Christmas party at the church Monday at 7:30 p.m. Class sisters will be revealed and new ones selected. Jingle gifts will be exchanged. Street. Scouts, both boys and girls, will attend in a body. weekend when the Potomac Edison Company holds open house at the. City ofJMt. Savage, Corriganville, Ellers- marked this lie, Hyndman, Lonaconing. Grants- For many years, the Legion poslj its new general office Building for Accident and around. Deep Basketballs ...:..: $2.48 „„ Metal Basketball Rims $1.98 UP (Indoor and Outdoor) Tree Stands — Tree Lights Charlie Hill's Toyland Over Engle'f M«ot Mitt. Charlie Hill's Newsstand W. Moin St. Frostburg 26 W. Main • - Frostburg ville. Friendsville, most of the area Creek Lake. The operating units in Frostburg maintain some of the most important transmission lines in the system network. The Albright and AAUW spearheaded a movement!home service departments, as wellJLake Lynn lines run directly i to/cooperate with the Legion and | as the merchandise storeroom and i through the district. Albright is [with all other organizations in thei 0 ffj ces f or i ne various department I located eleven miles from the itovvn. Sunday night's "service will heads l west end of t»e P. E. and th has placed a lighted tree in a suitable place in town, and last year the music group of the Frosl- the local district. Housed in the new building located on Broadwav will be the mer- burg-Georges Creek branch of thejchandise, accounting, service and A AT I \V cnfiur'lio'arlni-l *^ t-t-imn-i.-... ,-»n( i i. _ -. i _i i _ ._. 111 be the second annual program. Open house will be held todavj Frostbur S distribution departmcr maintains the lines right to Hi m,, - . , ... until 5 p.m. and tomorrow from! , The outer, rim of a vehicle;.,, am ' , nm Tllprp ... Jplant moves faster than the hub. G.E, and FADA TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE FROSTBURG TELEVISION 117 Walnut St., Grohnmlown Phona — Fontburg 418-J refreshments, souvenirs, prizes, exhibits and displays for all visitors. Electricity came to Frostburg in 1895 with the organization" of the 1 . In recent years the comnan; erected a new building on Gran Street for the distribution and lin department. The old substalio was remodeled into a line store Sale Continues This week only <K&ii3ixle$ P%fg«f^^?P^ mmrnimemmrnvftmii ^ixi^Vivita'Jvx<-;tv:v!-j.^.o%y^;Jv Tir^^one DRI - CHARGED BATTERY The battery that is shipped and stored DRY ... tts life doesn't start until it is activated with acid at the time of installation in your car. There is no waste. You get ALL the service life that you pay for! WE HAVE DRI-CHARGED BATTERIES as low 05 ,_ ., „. ... , ,, .room and meter department. Froslburg Illuminating and Manu- new an(] modcrn aulomatic out iactunng Company. This organiza. door substation was conslruclc lion built and maintained the first adjacent lo , he old plal)t generating station in the commun- • •' —— ity and was located at the rean of Kenney's Cigar Store on East! Main Street. The unit consisted of two 50 KW 110 volt, direct current generators and was operated each evening from twilight until midnight. Service lines extended only over a very small area. In 1899 the properly at the fool :jof Grant Street where the present 'substation is located, was bought and a modern steam generating system was inslalled. With this added capacity lines grew and service was extended lo the entire town as well as beyond the corporate limits. The original company became a | part of the Potomac Edison Sys-j tern in 1914. Other properties inj the general vicinity were later acquired and became a part of the PRACTICAL Plumbing & Heating BATH OUTFITS — KITCHEN SINKS HOT WATER TANKS Roofing & Spouting GAS — COAL — OIL FURNACES All work guorantatd—Fr«« Eilimatci WM. R, GOEBEL 25 Centennial Street Phone Frostburg 486 MAURICE'S FROSTBURG, MD. KEYSER, W, VA. "Your Thrift Stores' All Gifts Boxed Wrapped - Ready for Gift "Giving" EXCHANGE THIS WEEK ONLY!! SALE ENDS DECEMBER 9, 1955 FAIR'S ATLANTIC SERVICE E. MAIN WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 495 Fashion Flattery HOLIDAY GIFTS so fashionable so wearable and so reasonable Mary-Carol Shop LOVELY SELECTION HOLIDAY DRESSES KIDDIE TOWNE A Specially Shop For Children 9 E. Main St. SAVE $500. ON 1956 FORD DEMONSTRATORS 1956 FORD v ustom Door Sedan, R&H, Fordomatic, new car guarantee and title. Park- lane 1956 FORD Station Wagon, R&H, Fordomatic with Thunder- Bird Y-8 Engine. 1956 FORD S R&H, 2-tone Red & White, White Wall Tires. HEISKELL MOTOR SALES Ph. 79 Frostburg yesterday thai he will seek the;.', Republican nomination for the ' State Supreme Court in 1956. — ADVERTISEMENT — ROBIE IN WESTERNPORT "Every JViie is Miracle Nite" WESTERNPORT—'^I had bleeding E.v/.eina" said one lady—"it har totally gone since you prayed (or.' me—how thankful I am"; The Dr. said I had to take a long rest—my i heart was very had, but after you j pniyed for me, I can work with no trouble now", so a gentlemen re- j ported. "I am so happy since Jesui gave me peace of heart, took away my sin", so say those being saved. Only a few of the wonderful thing! taking place at the Great BIBLE SALVATION AND HEALING MEETINGS under Evangelist L. C. Robie, nitcly 7:30, in Westernport Assembly of God Church, — and this week may be the last. Here is a little tip: cither clip the entire- article, or this lower pnrt,.If you wunt to be sure to get B seat Sonday nltc, when Evang. Robl« brings his stirring message on the "UNPARDONABLE SIN" for crowd.s will pack into this monster Sunday evening rally. You hav* been wailing for this opportunity. — ADVERTISEMENT — ) That take _ • GUESSWORK out of GIFT-GIVING! ELECTRIC MIXER $44.92 Dott lott of work in the liilch.n!—btoti. Here Ht riUCHARD'S we've the LARGEST selection of SPARKLING Christmas Rift VALUES In (own! If you're confused ... or just don't know WHAT to give—you'll find Hint PRICHARD'S wide variety of gift merchandise itir», takes the guesswork nut of gift-giving. So Kolve all your Christmas problems easily . . . economically. Christmas tachabl. mix tr h«od. shop in one quick slop—nt PRICHARD'S. STEAM IRON $17.95 Th'u iron iav«i time and doet work no oth«r iron can do. If !i soft, light weight and «o»y to ui«. HEATING PAD $5.95 A top quality tUctric haating pod for tick room or homn u»t. Won't •vftrheat. PORTABLE RADIO $19.95 UP A imortly ttylod co»«, a 3-wav» bond radio that operafos on AC- DC or battery. ld«a! for outings, or ct an extra radio for car or horn*. Electric Shaver $27.50 An id«ol gift . . . small ' fast, rotary action thavttr, with carrying ca*« and cord. CompUtt. 2-SIice Toaster $19.95 U All automatic, deluxe model. Place breud in toaster— mecharmm lift* toait«d ilicvl and turns heat off. Beautifully ityl«d d (inithnd. STUFFED TOYS $1.98- Cotton filled, chuurf ul covering. Plump, colorful, cut* and cuddly. ELECTRIC KITCHEN CLOCK $3.98 - LAZY SUSANS $3.95 FISH RODS $2.98 Sopor at* compartment*. Shining ft Ion and ehrom*. Many tiztt— all by Kromex. Th« top quality fiihing rodi or» mads of th* fintst fUxlbU »t««| for pracjiion catting.

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