Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1955 · Page 17
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C FROSTBIJRG And fri Stale Area News (17) Evening Times, Friday, December 9, 1955 Scout Program For 1956 Outlined At Keyser Meet PIEDMONT - A dinner will be held during Boy Scout Week, February 5-11, instead of the annual scout circus. A* committee composed of Car McMillen, Tri-Towns Scouters Dis trict chairman; Alton Fortney chairman of camping and activ ties, Julian G. Patrick and Dr Donald P. Whitworth was name by the district chairman at th monthly meeting of the scouter Tuesday evening at the Trinit Methodist Church to decide wheth er the event will be a father-so: dinner, parent and son or just ; Scout program. The committe will report at the next meeting o the scouters. It was also decided that scout attend in uniform the morning church service of their choice on Sunday of Scout Week, and that an evening service be held at a church to. be announced later wit! the scouts participating in the pro gram. • Fortney stated the May week end trip of Boy and Girl Scou troops will be taken to Luray, Va where they will visit the cavern Boys will use tents and the girls will sleep in cottages. It .will be decided later whether Boy Scouts will cook part of their meals. McMillen stated that parents will be invited to visit the scout meet ings during Scout Week. Scoutmaster Leonard Johnson o. Lonaconing announced his troop was planning to hold a scout program there during National Boy Scout Week. DANCING V.F.W., Froslburg Friday 9 to 12 Doc Kenney's Orchestra Admission 25C Person Saturday 9 to 12 Blue Aces Orchestra FREE III III A basic training course for Boy Scout scoutmasters and other scou leaders will be held at Frostburg State Teachers College January 2 and February 25. The annual Christmas party and Senior Scout Council of Senior Girl Scouts and Explorer Boy Scouts will be held December 28 in the Italian hall, West Hamp shire Street. Each Scout will bring a guest. Fortney stated that the annua "Sweetheart Ball" sponsored by the Tri-Towns District will be helc March 23 in Bruce High School auditorium, Westernport. Wilbur Sifton, field executive of Potomac Council of Boy Scouts, spoke and assisted in the setting up goals for 1956. The Tri-Towns District's quota 'or Boys Life was 32 for 1955 and they sold 87. Sixty-one scouts advanced in rank this year and the figure was raised to 110 for next year. There are 273 scouts in the Tri-Towns. This-year, a goal of 325 has been scheduled. W.Va. State Police Report Activities HOMNEY — Sgt. Robert E. Schnell of the Romney detachment if West Virginia State Police has released the group's November ac- ivities report. Eighteen motor vehicle accidghl vere investigated, three crimina nvestigation reports made an ive license revocation orders serv d. The record of arrests show fou elonies, 33 traffic law misdemean rs and 10 other misdemeanors. Hours recorded shqw_32_spen : giving operators license exam nations, 113 in the office, 527 i oad patrol, 29 in criminal inves gation. 15 in weight law enforce nent, 25 in court one in escorts iree in policing athletic contests ine transporting prisoners, seven n motor vehicle inspection and Si n other activities. Health Issue Discussed At Western-port WESTERNPORT-A letter fro Dr. ^Winifred Franlz of Cumbe land, Allegany County health off cer, was read by the acting ci clerk, Mrs. Henrietta Kazlo, at meeting of Mayor Okey B. Micha and Town Commissioners Wedne day night. The letter stated in part: "Ha ing numerous complaints about tl sewerage in the rear of' Jake Wi son's property, also complain from people in the Green Addition about the natural dra :hat is taking care of the sewerag irom this section. "I wrote Mr. Hall, (George Hal Baltimore, chief of the division i sanitary Engineering) October 1 'or a permit for the Town of Wes ernport to construct 500 feet of 48 nch area sewer pipe in a drainag in the rear of the Wilso MODERN AND FURNITURE . . RADIOS . . APPLIANCES TRADITIONAL . . LAMPS . TELEVISION . . . BEDDING KITCHEN U R 1ST I T'TJ R E SPACE HEATERS CABINETS AND SINKS . . FLOOR COVERINGS 25 EAST MAIN STREET FROSTBURG TELEPHONE 6 Wonderful Gifts Everyone On Your List Open All Day Wednesdays Open Saturdays until 9 P. M. Open Evenings from Dec. 17th Holmes & Company Lonaconing >ruperty and according to ou •ecords, Mr. Hall replied to th Vlayor and Commissioners o Westernport that it would be nee essary to submit a set of plans fo he sewer line in order to obtai a permit: as you are doubtles aware to obtain a permit from Mr Hall, detailed construction plan ind specifications for any sanitary iroject is required. "However, in order to take car if health hazards there should no 3e any trouble and delay in plac ng the 500 feet of sewer line tha ou are ready to start. A smal letailed sketch will get you a per nit to do this and we feel sure Mr Hall will give you a permit to star his work if you request it." The following reply was orderec ent to Dr. Frantz: Town is still interested in the lacing of .the 500-feet of the 48 inch sewer pipe, but one of the outstanding obstacles that we have been unable to overcome is the se curing in writing of .? right-of-way for the placing of this pipe. If we are able to get a right-of-way from Mr. Wilson we will be glad to furnish a detailed sketch of this project to Mr. Hall for approval. How- everr if the state insists upon s separation of the sewerage from the draining water as suggested by Mr. Hall, the Mayor and Commissioners feel that it would be advantageous to all parties concerned to engineer a comprehensive sewerage system and spend what funds we have toward completing that system. • • "At the suggestion of Mr. Hall n a letter of October 18, we have engaged the firm of Glace and Glace, engineering firm to study .his problem and Mr. Hall has jeen advised of this action. No definite action can be taken jy the Mayor and Commissioners until we receive in writing the right-of-way document which has )een prepared and has been in Mr. Wilson's hands for several months." The city; officials also ordered hat a copy of the letter be sent to Hall, Wilson, Glace and Glace and he Allegany County Commis- ioners. . HOMECOMING PARTICIPANTS —The annual homecoming dance sponsored ,by the Student Council of Terra Alta High School was recently held in the school gymnasium with music by the Continentals of Oakland. A queen and king were crowned by B. F. McConnell, mayor of Terra Alta. Left to right are Charles Dunson, Alvin Mersing, Laddie Friend, Phyiiss Friend, Elizabeth Moon, Janet Reckart, Queen Martha Grimm, King William Pyles, Margaret Murphy, Nancy White, Barbara Mahaffey, Joseph Rykosky, Stephen Hollen and Mickey Friend. Train bearers Stephen Yester and James Stewart are seated. Bible Study Unit Planned FROSTBURG — Miss Caroly imith presided at a recent meetin if the Student Christian Associa ion in the State Teachers Colleg :hapel. The session opened with hort devotional service led b Vliss Smith. The organization will sponsor :arol service Sunday at the co sge. Joyce Warnick will serve a hairman of this committee, assisi d by Janet Taschenburg, Elino ines and Ruth Schade. Miss Helen Hough, librarian o le college, presented a Bible t ie' group to be used in the morn ng chapel services. Tentative plans for a bible stud} roup were discussed with 'R owen Hardesty, president of th ollege. The group plans to assem le at the home of a local minis er. A jingle party, sponsored by the ouse council of the woman's ormitory to aid needy families ai hristmas, will be held. Each si» ent will bring an inexpensive toy box will also be placed in the bby of Old Main for toys from her college students. Vewman Club To Hold Meet Ihoir Gowii Fund 'rogress Reported 'FROSTBURG—George H. Griffth, chairman of the choir gown :ommittee of Salem Evangelical nd Reformed Church, announced hat two thirds of the funds needed o give each member of the choir new gown has been raised by ifts from members and organiza- ions of the church. He stated that gowns have been rdered and will be shipped in time or the Christmas services. An ffering will be taken Sunday in n effort to raise the balance need- d. Griffith pointed out that if any nember of the church desired tc onate a gown they may do so. Cach gown will cost $19. Club Parly December 16 WESTERNPORT — The Junior Upper Potomac Rod and Gun Club will hold its Christmas party December 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Westernport Tea Room. Mothers of members are invited to attend the ">ar[v. telurn From Italy KEYSER—Chief and Mrs. Dack 'atrick and children, Vickie and 'ack Jr., 'have returned from : aples. Italy, and are visiting with Irs. Patrick's mother and sister, Irs. J. B. Kelley and Miss Georiana Kelley, 404 South Main treet. Chief Patrick was stationed t the U. S. Naval Hospital in aples for the past two years. For Sale: Large size children's ool Table, Phone Froslburg 423-R. dv.—Dec. 9 N-T KEYSER — Robert Quirk, presi- ent of the Newman Club at Poto- ac State College, has announced at the club meeting originally :heduled for Wednesday evening as cancelled because of the taint show staged under sponsorship Circle K Club on the college ampus. The next meeting will be eld Sunday. An opportunity will be provided r students attending to submit uestions on matters-of faith and orals and will be answered at future meetings. A box has been provided for the questions. The box will be in the Administration building. Answers to the questions will be given at subsequent meetings by Rev. John P. Hannan, club chaplain. barton BARTON—Mrs. Frank William spent several days visiting Mr. anc Mrs. Elsworth Williams in Alexan dria, Va. The Friendly Helpers Bible Class met at the home of Mrs. Helen \yle, president, for its annua ;hristmas party. Carol singing, an exchange of gifts and refreshments were featured. Miss Ruth Mowbray has returnee lome after spending several weeks in Harlan, Iowa. William R. Harvey Jr., stalionec n the Belgian Congo, Africa, is improving after being stricken with malaria fever. He is the son ol tfr. and'Mrs. William R. Harvel Sr., formerly of Barton and now iving in Huntington, W. Va. Cecil Kyle returned from Germany and spent last weekend /isiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kyle Sr. .He is stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Airman 3-c William Hyde, in- tructor at Sampson Air Force ase, Geneva, N. Y., son of Mrs. )aisy Hyde and the late William Hyde, spent several days furlough vith his family and friends. Before eturning to his base. Mrs. Hyde hildren, Sally and William, visited er daughter and son-in-law. Mr. nd Mrs. John S. Rhodes, Arling- on, Va. Mrs. Frank Melz has returned to er home after undergoing surgery n Memorial Hospital. Cumberland. Mrs. Wade Broadwater is spend- ng several days with her daughter, Irs. Verda L. Andrews. Jack Bean arrived at his home ere following his discharge from ie U.S. Air Force in Arizona. -egion Meeting Sunday WESTERNPORT — The. .Moun- ain District meeting of the Amer- can Legion will be held Sunday t 2:15 p. m. at the home of Vicory Post 155. Discuss Plan To Aid Needy WESTERNPORT - Wayne Ritchie, chairman of the Unite< Organizations, stated at a meeting in the Westernport Library that he did not expect the demand for Christmas baskets to be as heavy as last year. Local organization* will be ask ed this year to man kettles for the Salvation Army the week of December 19-24. Organizations volunteering service for one day are asked to contact Ritchie so he can set up a schedule. There will be one kettle in Piedmont and one in Westernport. Ritchie announced he has received checks from the Social Welfare Club, American Legion Auxi- iary of Kelly-Mansfield Post No. 62, Piedmont, and the Westernport vangelical United Brethren Church. A Christmas party for children vill be held again this year. The next meeting to further ilans for Christmas activities will >e held at the Westernport Library Thursday. lollccting Toys LONACONING — The Junior iigh Tri-Hi-Y of Valley High ichool is collecting toys for the Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion posts in the lOnaconing, Midland and Barton area. Grantsville Homemakers Hold Meetino ~ GRANTSVILLE—The Grantsvillo HomeiTKikors Club met Wednesday afternoon for its Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Raymond Lcochel with Mrs. Allie Leochel and Mrs. George Deifcnbnch assisting. Mrs. Albcn Baker president, pro sided. She rend the thought fo: the month and the roll call wa; answered by 14 members and one visitor. The group voted to give S25 t the Grantsville cemetery fund anc a number donated food to Meyers dale Community Hospital. Tlv 1956 program books were given tin members and a Christmas caro song book was presented to eacl by Del. Harry C. Edwards. Mrs. Harold Miller, music chair man, led the group in singing carols. Mrs. Baker read "Tlv Meaning of Christmas" and a pray er. Bonnie Baker recited a poen and sang "Away In A Manger.' Mrs. Mark Miller read "When Christmas Beckens," and Mrs Carrie Beachy offered "Christmas Preparation's," a reading by Mrs Harry C. Edwards. Gifts were ex changed and a gift was presentee to Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Irva Mickey, past president. Christmas decorations were usec i the home and refreshments were served. The following were made honor ary members: Mrs. H. P. Miller Mrs. Mary Livengood, Mrs. J. U Stanton, Mrs. John H. Folk, Mrs Ollie Leochel and Mrs. Eva Bea chy. Mrs. Carrie Beachy anc Mrs. Joseph Dolan will entertain in January. Brief Mention Mrs. William Schaefer underwent surgery at Meyersdale Community Hospital. Yule Program Slated LONACONING-A Christmas program will be presented December IS at 7:30 p.m.-in First Methodist ;hurch. i -f-^A fr*t- -*•** -**r A *fl ifti f^ft jj^ih A* jftfc •** FLOWERS For All 1 OCCASIONS [, Freih From Our Greenhoui* PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Dial Lonacaning 3131 Open Sunday 'III Noon Jl upen aunaoy 'ill noon f Coney Episcopal Church Confirm* Class Of Nine LONACONING - A class of nine was confirmed recently at St. Peter's Episcopal Church by Bishop Harry L. Dall of Baltimore. Several members of the parish attended the loyalty dinner Tues- da. at Clnrysville Inn. Tonight has been designated as "work night" this week. The interior of the church is being painted and members arc asked t' assist, in the pro- t. It is hoped that all the redecorating will be finished before the holiday season. The Acolyte Guild will sponsor bake sale tomorrow in Atkinson's Store on Union Street, begin- ling at 10 a. m. Mrs. Erma Brodie is chairman. SAVE! 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