Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 31, 1952 · Page 21
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
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FROSTBCRG - KEYSER And Tri-Sialc Area News (21) Evening Times, Thursday, January 31, 1952 District Group Sets Program Opening Show For Scout Week Observance ' _ _. : \ws rni» 1T -"-* JIA {Of Minstrel Set IB v Lions Club PIEDMONT. W. Va.—A round-up* and Court of Honor program Wednesday night, February 6, at the Piedmont High School auditorium will be the opening event of the: locaJ observance of National Boy! Scout Week, February 6-12, Dr.i Donald P. Whitworth, chairman of' ___ Kpr „_ ^ the Tri-Towns District Scouters.j^ - 1 " announced. . j Morgan County Court "is revealed in ! Half of the proceeds realized will "• * O A t H C y, WHO IS IH > ^ «,,,»>™4. _.* *.U— _1 1- _* il ._ I l-ia Xnnn *»<•) '*._ *.V-— T^ ______ -»-rt_l_ i of flrr&n EG mentis for the pro** j W, KEYSER, W. Va. — The opening show show of the sixth annual minstrel sponsored by the Keyser Lions Club will be presented tonight in the audn-orium of Keyser High .— School. The concluding, performance ! wil! be tomorrow night. * scouts, Cubs and Brownies wtli assemble In the corridor of the school in 1931. Receipts have increased in at 7 p. m. and a grand march of the scouts and scout leaders will get underway at 7:30 p. m. Carl McMillen, district commis- opening exercises, which will include singing, pledge of allegiance |' u ^ and recommitment of the scout!... accordance with other activities. In 1931, receipts were S2.622.10; in 1941. $5.404.36, and ta 1951, $11,787.21. i The increase in the last 10 years the that the county S69 in population, check, of. marriage licenses oath and promise. This will bo fol- issued in. the three years, with 10 year intervals, indicates that mar- lowed by demonstrations by several . ., , ,. i^,, ,„„,;. »„,„„.. '"ages a - r e on the .decline. In 1931, during the depression, the office 1 scout troops. A Court of Honor skit will be given under the direction of Okey Michael, advancement chairman of the Board of Review. The skit will *how how a scout qualifies for a j(i t_ •• «• "*"! • and ln 1901 - 4 n , «•«• th >' decline is U y-VI 1 rt •, *-, • bytC \l Ce ?J »• Ambrose to be due to the waiting period in . . * "»' personal health merit badge. Taking:"'! °"*£ ". "pV"^- part in the skit will be Harry J. th L^i l o£ C ^ ld '^ . Biggs, scoutmaster of troop 36; John ™. e . two ?° nths showin * the most ^rr-ii „, f r— •>? „„* A-=n™! actlvlt . v In the manage license de- were August and De- Ferrell, of troop 36, and George* f Failing, merit badge counselor. 'cembe Following the program, a recep-i Rsc .:' t . > ,,, 7B7 ,, ,_ ,„-, , tion will be held at the Piedmont' f' 0 , 6 ' 1 ^ of , " ' 78 ™ ,? 1 "= 1 ' x ' Library for adult scouters of "u.!?!^..* 116 . tota! of * 1 .9'* a <- 0 ° for District and their wives and hus-i ?f' ^ rla f es9 . wer t°" * at y ' :ar bands. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Camp- j al ! 0 ; w f *"}* 2o in the en "« ^ ar bell and Mr. and Mrs. James Wil- 1 The lait three «n™ses-for Mw- of financial assistance for the musical unit. The band will play^ before l;he minstrel begins and during the intermission. "Let's Get Together" will be sung by the entire cast from behind the curtain to start the variety program. Featured will be a quartet including Ray Blackburn, first tenor; Rev. Robert Bridgers, second tenor; Charles Bobo, baritone, and Howard Rogers, bass. \ Others having solo parts will be P. T. Dayton, a high school student; Timothy Carskadon, Claude Martin, Arnet Swisher, William Murray, Roy Davidson and Orin Brown. During intermission, Miss Irene Keller will sing. The second feature will be a one- act play. "The Valiant." It is an outstanding dramatic presentation i which was once made into a movie. ADMIRING DAD'S MEDAL—Raymond Halterman, five-year-old son of Roscoe C. Halterman, Moorefield, W. Va., is shown admiring his father's Distinguished Service Cross following presentation ceremonies Tuesday night at the home of John M. Golliday Post, Moorefield American Legion. Halterman, the first living West Virginian to be presented the nation's second highest award for action in Korea was also, presented a life membership In Golliday Post. The medal was awarded for extraordinary heroism in Korea last March. Valentine Day Carnival Set At Parsons Hi PARSONS, W. Va. — St. Valentine's Day will be observed at Parsons High School with a carnival sponsored by the Student Council of the BchooJ. The carnival will be held in the gymnasium on Thursday evening, February 14. with various organizations and classes of the school presenting events. Booths, square dancing and cake walks will be featured. Proceeds from the carnival will be used toward the purchase of public address system for the gymnasium. An added feature of the carnival will be the crowning of the "King and Queen of Hearts." Candidates are Harry Good and Brady Lynn Stephenson, Senior Class; Donald Evans and Elena Jo Little, Junior Class; Prank Dale Roberts and Carmen Nestor, Sophomore Class: Terrence Fairbanks and Mary Margaret Roberts, Freshman Class: James Flanagan and Janet Copeland, Eighth Grade, and Allen Schilansky and Gail Sell, Seventh Grade. The faculty committee assisting with the event includes Mrs. B. F. Harris, Carl Schoonover, Joan (roves, Elizabeth Thomson, M. M. Freeman, principal, and Harold Parsons, sponsor of the Student Council. ments will be served by the Piedmont Senior Girl Scouts. On Friday evening, February 8, the boy scouts of the District will assemble at Piedmont Presbyterian Church for a program in charge of Noel Obenshain. Films will be gan county show: S.743; 1950, 8,274. 1930, 8,403; 1S40, Recruiter Notes KEYSER, W. Va. — Sgt. First Activities Listed By Moose Women PIEDMONT, W. Va.—Members ol Piedmont. Chapter 925, Women o: the Moose, who attended a recenl conference at Fairmont include Mrs Deanna Nogle, senior regent, who was the conference leader, and Mesdames Marian Daniels, Ruth High itiown and at 8:15 p. m., they will;Class Kenneth C. Nine, local Army tune in a program being broadcast, and Air Force recruiter, announced over a national hook-up during'yesterday that he had processed which they will recommit them-;seven area young men. Five of the *elves by taking the scout oath. | enlisted group were accepted for the On Sunday morning, February 10,! Air Force, one of whom was a the scouts are recommended, to at-1 veteran. tend their own churches, wearing| Enlisting for the first time were: their uniforms. That evening, a; James Hubert Streets, son of special service for Boy Scouts will Mr- and Mrs. William C. Streets, be held at Mt. Calvary Lutheran RFD 3, Elk Garden. .He is' a 1950 Church, Westernport. Scouts and! graduate of the Elk Garden High leaders will meet at the Odd Pel-:School, and was employed by the low's Hall, Westernport, at /p. m. i Cleaner Coal Company before en- and march to the church, where j listing. services will begin at 7:30 p. m. A! Franklin Delano ShiHingburg, Dalphine Knotts, Thelma Ack, Evelyn Faugh, Evelyn Kimble,. Grace Wortman, Inez Smith, Lettie Smith Mary. Smith, Lillian Watson, Alleda Collins, Rose Ann Wolfe, Helen Mansbury, Elizabeth TJmstot and Daisy Dick.. - . . Piedmont Chapter conducted an initiation and on its return home visited Home.. The open .meeting of the .men's lodge during which a talk .was .given by the Morgantown Moose chapter attended a ' recent Ralph Dusic, ; Bermon appropriate to scouting win i son of Mrs. Mabel V, Arnold, Mt. n l il ' pu iJ ^ slc ' ™ m ™V- • s " us - N0 8 Ie be delivered by the paster, Rev.!Storm; Charles C. Cosner, son of f '} s ° * p ° ke ' Foll °wing the meeting, Robert E. Cassell. During Scout Week, the scouts will decorate windows of various business places on the "Scouting Advancement." theme, Rec Meeting Slated WESTERNPORT—A meeting of the officers of the Tri-Towns Recreation Association and representatives of the neighborhood playgrounds will meet^at the Piedmont Library at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow, Okey Michael, president, states. For your love . . . on Valentine's Day, an ;Artcarved GUARANTEED DIAMOND RING Hex oreara come true—a precious Artcarvad aiair.ond ring. Made ky Ainerica'i cen- tury-ola diamond, ana wedding ring maker. Registered »nd guaranteed. See our complete collection or A.ricarveA Kun» oreatn-Anniveraary rings. Engagvmanf Ring, $100.00, alia from S87.JO to S110.00. 6.-id«'j Circl.t, $42.30. BELOVED BY BRIDES FOR OVER 100 YEARS HOSKEN JEWELRY STORE R. J. KENNEY, Owner Main St., Froatburg Phone 473 AUTHORIZED AJTCASVED JEWfltR| Mr. and Mrs. Burza M. Cosner, Bismark, and Francis W. Boal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aleyn D. Eoal, RFD 3, Keyser, and husband of Mrs. Phyllis Boal, 311 Pratt Street, Luke. Boal is: a graduate of Bruce: High School, Westernport, and attended Eckles College of Morticions, Philadelphia, and was employed at the! Boal Funeral Home, Westernpor the ladies served refresb-aents and films, were, shown by Dusic. The next meeting pf the women's lodge will be held Tuesday evening; Church Of Brethren Cliurch Plans Bazar KEYSER, W.. Va.-rThe Sunshine ww.-* JbU-IJt,* tML J,iUiH^, T» GOUU1 iilJUI u- *~>11 jri> Reenlisting in the Air Force was^ Club of the churcn ° r tne Brethren Thomas E. Grouse, son of Mr. anci | mfe ;7 UeSdav evenin E a ' the home |of Mrs.. Oc;e Stafford,. Orchar d Street: 'Mrs. Wanda-.Bowman, led the devotions. It was announced the club will sponsor a bazar March 1314 in the new Sunday School building. . . . ' ' Attending were Mrs. Frances Hartman, Mrs. Luetta Dantzic, Mrs. Elouise Welsh, Mrs. Virginia Mullen, Mrs. Hazel Wentz, Mrs. Mrs. Thomas F. Clark, Shallmar, Md., and husband of Mrs:. Eva Mae Grouse, Elk Garden. Grouse is a veteran of two years service in the Air Force. He was employed by the B & O Bailroad Company prior to reenJisting for four years in the- grade of private first class and was sent to Boiling Air Force Base, Washington, for processing. Enlisting for the Regular Army were Harvey F. Galarnesu. son of ] Mr. and Sirs. Georgs L. Galarneau, i 23 Walter Street, Springfield, Mass.; William Eugene Coleman, son of Mrs. Mary Virginia Coieman, Springfield. Colemaa IB a graduate of Rnraney High School and also attended Potomac State School. He enlisted for a period of three years in She Army Steeartty Agency School and was sent to Fort Meade, Md. Broken Lines and Sizes of • Men's 88,95 Oxfords Reduced To $4.95 Sizet 4 to 11 ' J. B, Shannon & Go. FROSTBURG, MD. DOLLAR DAYS Are Here Again Neck Squares . 3 for $1.00 Head & Neck Scarfs $1.00 Hankies 4 for $1.00 Gloves $1.00 All Sweaters !/2 PRICE HARRIS 7 Frostburg MARCH OF DIMES DANCE VFW - LONACONING AtVIN C. NEAT POST FRIDAY, FEB. 1 MUSIC BY AREA MUSICIANS Program Starts at 9 P. M. Help the Crippted Children Walk DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT MUSIC BY THE CORONETS Hotel Reports Re venue Up; To Redeem Bonds FREDERICK — Stockholders' pf Catholic Units Set Plans For Benefit Event EROSTBURG. — The Catholic the Frederick Hotel Company, own-1 Women's O r g a n i z ;• t i o n of St. er and operator of the Francis Scott Key Hotel, heard favorable reports and elected directors and officers at the annual meeting. Arrangements were made to redeem $50,000 of first mortgage bonds and extend the remaining $150.000 for five years at an interest rate reduced from 5 to is per cent. Favorable reports weri! received from President Robert E. Delaplaine Manager Paul W. McAuliffe .and Treasurer Lewis R. Dentsbaugh. The inspection commitee commented on property improvements and commended the sound program of maintenance they found in progress. They recommended that the maintenance program be continued'. Deeded nmprovements for the fu-: ture were outlined. •• .' Directors re-elected these officers: Robert E. Delaplaine, president; R. Paul Smith, and Parsons' Newman, 'ice presidents; Charles McC. Ma- hias, secretary. and 'Lewis R,.Dertzbaugh, treasurer, : . '• By resolution, : the'' stockholders authorized the officers to redeem iSO.GKKTof the first mortgage bonds, due next October 1,. from available ash pn ApriJ i: At. the latter date he remaining " $150,000 in first mortgage bonds will be extended for Michael's Church held a social meeting Tuesday night .at the K. of C. Hall. Mrs. Vincent Bollino, Jir., president, presided and reports were presented by Mrs. Ron- Better Air Urged For 'Coney Mine 3 FAIRMONT, W. Va. —Recommendations are made for correcting ventilation, hazards in ; haulage, and other report released today by the XT. S. Bureau of Mines for the Macaneck mine, Lonaconing. The- mine employed 17 men and averaged 65 tons of coal daily when inspected recently by Harry -Jones. Jones urgently recommended increasing the velocity and improving the quality of air in the face regions and the making of preshift examinations. Other suggestions called for removal of excessive accumulations of water along the haulageway aid Atkinson, secretary, Miss Mary and provision of shelter holes. Parise, treasurer. Mrs. Harmon| Tw ° wooden structures, which Arnold led a recitation of the rosary. Mrs. LaVerne Higgins was appointed chairman of the sick committee. Father Valentin!, of the Holy Cross fathers, spoke on "The Life and Works of a Missionary''. Father Valetini has written a book on this subject and hopes to have it published in the near future. The CWO and the Knights of Columbus will sponsor a March of Dimes card party in the K. of C. Hall at 8 p. m. Tuesday. Members asked to donate prizes and funds for refreshments. Mrs. Clarabelle Kenny has been appointed chairman of this committee and may be contacted at her home or by phoning 703-R. No tickets will be sold but a contribution will be taken at the door. * A meeting of members wishing to help with the project will be held at 8 tonight in the K. of C. Hall. .. The next business meeting of the CWO'will be held Tuesday, Feb- were too close to the mine opening, had been removed since the previous inspection; however, Jones warned against the eminent hazard presented by having only one travelable passageway from the working section of the mine to the surface The mine is operated by the Macaneck Coal Company. JTJDGESHIP OPPONENTS — Judge Ernest A. See. left, and Lester Reynolds, right, both of Keyser, W. Va., have both filed for the Republican nomination for judge of the 21st West Virginia Judicial Circuit, comprising Mineral, Grant and. Tucker counties. Judge See defeated Reynolds by 122 votes in the primary eight years ago. Health Council Head Named BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va. — Dr. E. H. Willard, Great Cacapon, has been appointed chairman of the Morgan County Board of Health by the Morgan County Court. Serving with him are Richard M. Johnson, Berkeley Springs and Miss Mary Largent, Paw Paw. All three are incumbents. The Court also appointed a Health Advisory Council, consisting of the following: Herbert Dux, Paul V. Yost, Mrs. Glen Kidwell, Ward M. Dawson, C. O. Trump, William P. Shipley, all of Berkeley Springs, and Thomas Kerns, E. C. Kline, Miss Julia Mc- iabe, T. A. Kerns and Boyd Gordon, | all of Paw Paw. The Board of Health and the Advisory Council will serve for a period of one year. Major Mite, famous English, dwarf, wore one of the smallest shoes ever made; it" measured 214 inches in length. ' . Wedding Pageant Planned By Guild PIEDMONT, W. Va.—Final plans for a "Wedding Pageant," to be presented Friday night, March 28, at Trinity Methodist Church, will be made at a meeting of the Wesleyan , . — — . ---.•VTIV IT 1U Mb 441.AU J. UCOUaj, A.' CW~ ive years from, next October 1 atjruary 12, at 8:15 p. m. in the K. of he reduced interest 1 rate. As in their earlier -,fC. Hall, reports, i;' Deiapiaine^and. McAuiiffe R a ii Employe Returns jointed out that the past year hasf^- « een a particularly successful onefjffoiu VA Hospital ' or the hotel company. All previous Mrs. Melva Boone, Weese, Mrs. Anna grass revenue records • for a ' year r ere surpassed. Some outstanding improvements were made . during the' year in addition to extensive maintenance. The installation of the new'bar- Wanda Bowman, Mrs. Edith Lud- b er shop, work on the new snack wick, Mrs. Nelly Niner. Miss Juanita bar, improvements and new dran- Rotruck and Miss Mary Lipscomb. —•-- *- •• - — • Slimming For a Mother of the Bride, lor any special ryent—this! Dress is simple, slenderizing, has that flattering deep yoke which looks its loveliest In contrast. Bolero is brief and boxy. Make this twosome cow, enjoy it ur.til summer! Pattern R4696: Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42. 44, 46, 48. Size 36 dress and bolero, 4 yards 39-inch; s yard contrast. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of The Evening Times, 42 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St.. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER, eries for the Wedgewood room, formerly the main dining room; carpet for 12 guest rooms, considerable interior painting, new Court 'street sidewalks, new coffee room seating, refurnishing of furniture in 30 guest rooms, re-upholstering of lobby furniture, 100 new guest • room chairs and other additions were mentioned in the report. "Indications for business :!n 1952 are encouraging," McAuIHfe said, "if the present trends continue as anticipated. At the same time, it must be pointed out that 'the costs of operation will continue: to b£ high and that it will require considerable expenditures to maintain the property and our high-standard services. It is our considered opin* ion that we must maintain property physically, and to make any reasonable Improvements possible-. It i6 only by this mean's that the Francis 'Scott Key-can con-tinua to be a successful operation." Files As Candidate KEYSSH, W. ' Va, — Richard L. Deremar has ' filed notice of his ntention to be a candidate for the Republican Executive Committee of Mineral County. He filed his application and fee yesterday with the clerk of the Circuit Court as a representative ef Frankfort District. One qua<-t of milk is needed to make a pound of evaporated milk. P.AW PAW,. W. ^7a.—Clifton Kidwell, employe.of this Western Maryland Railway w h o miraculously 'escaped: death last July when an engine and nine ears passed over his body near Union Bridge, Md., recently returned to the home of his brother, Ray Kidwell. A veteran of World War 2, Kid- rell suffered cuts, bruises and cliast. and hip injuries. He was tr-eatsd at. Memorial Hospital, Frederick, Md., and Newton D. Baker VA Center, Martinsburg. Reception Planned By Sodality Group FROSTBURG — A reception of new members into the Sodality of St. Michael's Catholic Church will fie held following the 7:30 p. m. service Sunday. Following the reception a meeting will be held in the school cafeterik to elect officers for the year. There will be a speaker and- refreshments will be served. Thos wishing to become a member should contact Miss Olive Wilderman. Centennial Street, or Mrs. Edward Goodtag, Welsh Street. BUILDING MATERIALS • All Types • Sleeman Bros. Phont 311 Froitburg HAWDIED WITH CARE rdina your health h our nnrtant concern, so ifopind «n' ui with confidence f«r a!] prescription needs. head, 432 Pratt Street, Luke. wishing to submit a gown used in the pageant should call Mrs. Henry Johnson, 14 West Hampshire Street, or phone 6976. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. Howard Pence and Marie !lark. Approximately 9,000,000 pieces of linen are used annually by Pullman car passengers. Bust up that COLD with our KO-CAPS Only 3O' T, & S. CUT-RATE Froitburg Registration Noted KEYSER, W. Va.—A total of'309 students have registered for the second semester at Potomac State School, according to Dean K. S. VIcKee, who added that the enrollment is less than at the ppening of the school year, when 350 enrolled. Dean McKee said additional enrollments are expected in the next few days. Second semester classes began this morning. CREDIT TERMS USE OUR EASY CREDIT TERMS ON ALL LARGE APPLIANCES 15% DOWN 18 MONTHS TO PAY WESTINGHOUSE Electric Ranges Refrigerators Deep Freezers Laundromats Floor Sanding and Finishing Free Estimate Keyser Wallpaper Shop Phone 3561 Keyser Window Glass - All Sizes Putty - Putty .Knives • Glazier Points Lemmert Bros,, Paint & Hardware Frostburg 149 E. Main St. Phont 360 WE DELIVER STORE HOURS — Daily . 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday • 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. WE HAVE 1952 FISHING LICENSE fftOVTSUSfc LOOKING FOR A BUYER? FOR THAT USEABLE USED CAR (1) Describe It Fully (2) Price It Right Then your Buyer is in sight! A Times-News Ad's AN you'll need To tie-up the deal At Full Speed .. . JUST CALL THE TIMES-NEWS WANT ADS 7 S. 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