Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 17, 1957 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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FltOSTBITltG-KFYSEil And iri-$t<itt* Area (8) Evening Times, Friday, May 17, 1957 Legion Unit Names Popp} Day Chairman WESTERNPORT - Mrs. Mar McGowan was appointed chair man of the annual Poppy Da sale Wednesday at the monthl meeting of American Legion Aux Uiary Unit 155 in the post home Mrs; Josephine McBee, president presided. Mrs. Marie Lyons was namec chairman of the nominating com mittee, assisted by Mrs. Patsj Broy, Mrs. McGowan, Mrs. Owen Rhodes, Mrs. Cecelia Willison and Mrs. Anna Baughman. An election of officers will be heli in June. Members of the unit will mak a hbuse-to-house solicitation fo. funds to help pay the expenses for the annual observace of Me mortal Day. The auxiliary alst. decided to conduct a food booth during the annual carnival May Z7-June 1 near the post home. The! Mountain District meeting will-be held at the home of the Barton Post 189. American Le gion;--Gunday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs Effiei, Vogel, Cumberland, vice president of the district, will pre sidejjjjver the business part o the meeting. 'A ftiefliorial service for deceas ed members of the district will b in charge of Mrs. Owen Rhodes Westernport, Mountain Distric chaplain. Brief Mention The Western Baptist Sunda. School Association will meet a First Baptist Church here Mon day at 7:30 p. m. The choi will sing. . Rev. William B. Orndorff, pas tor of. First Baptist Church wil attend the Southern Baptist Con vention which meets in Chicago . May 27-31. John Spriggs. Kalbaugh Streel has gone to Alhambra, Calif., t visit his niece and nephew, Mr and Mrs. William Russell. Ernest Marlin returned fror California where he visited hi sisters, Mrs. Catherine Meaki and Mrs. Ray Rounds. Mrs. Mary Frankland, Wash Ington, Street, is seriously ill i Potomac Valley Hospital, Key ler. ' V. Browne Kooken, Johnso Street, is home from Potoma Valley Hospital. For Sale: Building Lots Fenced, 110' Frontage. Pricec $2100. 1 Park Lane, Frostburg Phone 1481. Adv.—N-T-May 17-18-20 CONTRACTORS Remodeling and Alterations NEW HOMES Concrete Work Free Estimates Marshall Lumber Company, Inc. to no coning HOm«itead 3-5871 Bonnie Belt New Council Sets 'Miss Petersburg 9 o ^ r\ For School Yea? Booster Days At Frostburg PETERSBURG-Miss Bonnie t Belt, a member pf this year jraduating class at Petersburg High School, was crowned "Miss , Petersburg of 1957" by Miss 15 ' was approved Carolyn Goldizen, last year's win -''"•- " ner. Miss Mary Lynn Carney and Miss Mary Alice Mayle wer nmncrs-up in the contesi. Ceremony Sunday v-cldjujlly 0UHUUy i.lajr £1-iJ ^VCIC ACL BalUC anu A ground breaking service will designated as "Pony League >e held Sunday morning at the Booster Days." Harry Eisel, •"--' "— Representing the league, requested the action. Booster tickets vilt be sold on the city streets on seal Evangelical United Breth ren Church at 10:45 for the cdu rational building. The minister lev. Wm. B. Obaugh, will us or his subject, "The Dedication A ' elter from the Girl Scout o a Task." At the'close of lhe Assoeiation ?'. Frostburg was IrnrrUin. I_ ll__ _ , .. TCarf TPnilPst ErlfT t lid li CO f\( tktt worship in the sanctuary tht iervice will be continued on the ot recently purchased for the lew building. Sunday School will be held ai 0 a.m. The hour, of worship ai ledricks will be at 8. Dinner Tonight The Petersburg Future Farm !rs of America will hold a par enl-son dinner at the high schoo cafeteria today at 7 p.m. Par ents of all FFA members arc urged to attend as this even s in their honor. Highlights of the dinner wil )e the awarding o£ chapter Star farmers to the outstanding FFA member. Awards also be presented to the top boy in farm electrification management rome improvement and Jtar poul try farmer. mechanics, farm soil and water Keyser OES Chapter To Be Entertain WESTERNPORT - Bethlehem Chapter 14, Order of Easferi Star, will entertain the member of Alkire Chapter 10 of Keyser and the Oakland Chapter toda at 7:30 p. m. Bolh Alkire and Oakland chap :ers were instituted while Mrs Pearle M. Boor was wortlvs grand matron. Guests will als attend from Baiton, Mt. Savage Baltimore and Cumberland. Mrs Tessie Mclnlyre, worthy matron and Lewis Biggs, worthy patro of Bethlehem chapter, will pre side. Refreshments will b served after the meeting. Scouts To Hold Sale FROSTBURG — Senior Gir Scouts of Troop 3 will sponsor bake Bale tomorrow at the Broac way Market from 10 a. m. unti 2 p. rri. All types of pastries wi] be sold and members of the troop will deliver. Orders may be giv :n ahead of time by contacting Mrs. Arthur Roe or Mrs. Rich rd Bolt. To Receive Communion WESTEHNPORT—Members he Alumni Association of St 3 eter's High School will observ heir annual Communion Sunda' Uiis weekend. They will „ eated together and will receiv ommunion at the 7:30 a. m mass in St. Peter's Catholi ihurch. be BUILDING MATERIALS SLEEMAN'S Phone 318 Frostburg HOTPOINT APPLIANCES and TELEVISION R.T.S. Appliance Center 197 East Main St. Phone 1485 * ROTARY POWER MOWERS • ALL SIZES - REASONABLY PRICED STOP IN AND LOOK THEM OVER • HAVE ONE LAID AWAY • RENT ONE or • BUY ONE LIBERAL TRADE-IN ON YOUR OLD MOWER - HYNDMAN - A Korean War, ;eteran, James Divelbliss, was nstalled as commander of Oscar Jordan Post 7375, VFW, by J. Mason Kerr, a past commander. :Je succeeds Dennis Harbert who held this office for two successive years., lander, John ^T,' .- o, , - ""'""'* * lune FROSTBURG-The payroll for %""*'',£!%*?** Commander, and men berf of S X. CasUf he city of Frostburg, ending May ?° nald W. h '" ord ', quartermaster, Alpha Psi Omega natonaldra 15, was approved It a meeting Jam . cs , Pick; chaplain, Honier JJg frlteri^ly \m go to tht of the Mayor and Council Wcd . Lenhart; judge advocate, Harry Mountain -"- W1 " g ° to the nesday evening in City Hall. """""" "~ "" ' J. Harry Hanson, city tax col- Smouse; three-year Kerr; post surgeon, tctor for lhe past year," was Shilling; adjutant, Paul Evans; 5 reappointed for (he year 1957-58. May 24-25 were set aside and patriotic officer, Kerr; service . Floyd o/ficer, Dennis ,»= ™,, re ,-. warns careen ana the C £ me $'' "J 1 ™ 5 " which dur publicity officer, Harry Ritchey. '. n ,f r ™ e . N ! w .. York ™ featured ™^__ .,_ , .. J Marfiaret Sullivan: Rnhprf Pr^c hose days. A letter from the Plans were made for the an- , nual poppy sale and the Memorial Day parade. -, pastor ( Church, Rev. H. of the local Christian read requesting the use ot the •ecreation area adjacent to the :wimming pool for the summer iay camp. Permission was granted for the week of July 22. William Vogtman, city clerk, revealed that the budget for 1957- j8 has been completed. Foilow- ng a review with the city auditor, he annual levy for taxes will ae made and the budget made public. Group Entertained The Junior Girls Auxiliary to he Women's Missionary Society if First English Baptist Church fas entertained with a party Jiven in honor of Southern Baptist jA Focus ,Week. Games were ollowed by appropriate readings, after which the young girls were presented with gifts in the form of headbands made by the older honored were Carol Thompson, Carol Bittner, Carol •Jnepp, Sue Thomas, Linda Via, Jarbara Wiebrecht, Rose Whitefield, Glenda Lucas, Sharon Lucas. La Nita Stott, Mrs. Marilla Thompson and Mrs. Idella Fuller, 1A counselor. Hostesses were Darlene Bittner, ?ue Walker. Jean Stevenson, Shir 'ey Palmer, April Ann Richard son, Mary Jane Muir and Mrs Daris Ward, YWA counselor. The meeting was adjourned ith each in attendance readin he scripture verse found on th table favor. Brief Mention The Frostburg Preshyteria he ceremonies at the cemetery following the parade. Members are requested to attend services at the Christian playing The director, Charles Grain . . .. ... - , has returned for his sixth season A surprise birthday parly was at the playhouse. In 1956 James lirls. Girls --•- *. IULJLUUI^ i icouvicllau • Women's Organization will meet Miss Ellen Bampton m the Church MnnHnv !>t I-K l Visiting In Europe in the Church Monday at 7:45 P. m. Mrs. Annie Vogtman, 16 South Irani Street, is a medical patient in Miners Hospital. p. m. in the Junior Mali, Broad Korean War Veteran Named To Head Hyndman V¥W VScit » 1811 Other officers installed Include: Senior vice commander, John FROSTBURG - To, highlight ie year's dramatic activities students in the acting class taught by Miss Dorothy Stone White at SI and membei lee sla jegisia ( and largaret Sullivan; Robert «,„ :on and Claude Dauphin in the eading roles. Later Claudettc Terence Rattigan's comedy 'While the Sun Shines" will be ield for Mary Margaret Leydig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Leydig. Present were Herbert, Schad, Carla Mae and Albert Tipton, Patricia and Deborah 3eatz, Donald Lavon Kennedy, Mary Margaret Minniek, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. 3avid Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. May, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geatz and Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Ken- B. Staugliton, producer, was the 5uest speaker at the Alpha Ps 3mega invitation dinner and he las invited both State Teachers College groups to go backstage after the performances to meel he company and to see the stage sets. Miss While is advisor to Kappa XI Cast. nedy. Brief Mention Mrs. Helen Goodwin returned wme after spending the winter with her son and daughter-in-law at Kansas City. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Burkett were Miss Elsie and Margaret Trost of Gioversville, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burkett of Manns Choice, Mrs. Catherine Finkeldey, Alma Cordry, Herbert Earson and William Arenz of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Bowser of Somerset accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Bowers to State Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keller and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas visited their sons at State College MIDLAND—Miss Ellen Bampton left Washington Monday by Caianthe Temple 3 Pythian ™°«* ^Mines' for ^w York ™n d R ^ t °' v ^ *°i *"* Sisters, wil. mee^ today ffi «*« •*•.boarded a TWA plane ™" >** «tj'J^'t F °l e en route to London way. Norma Faze'nbaker "wii A£ter several days sightseeing preside. • l ln London, Miss Bampton will . . ane to Frankfort,.Germany, where she will visit with Mary Virginia Campbell, daugh-j er of Mr. and Mrs. Lane Camp- jell, HD i, is a surgical patient n Miners Hospital. Mrs. John Rankin, 175 First Street, was readmitted to Miners medical patient East Hospital as yesterday. Mrs. Conrad Hohing, Main Street, Lonaconing, .„ „ medical patient at Miners Hospital. Timothy. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas, Lonaconing, is a medical patient at Miners Hospital. Mrs. Herman Phillips, 201 East Main Street, is a surgical patient it Miners Hospital. Mrs. Annie Himmelwright, ickhart, fell in the garden near ler home in Eckhart yesterday, ireaking her hip. - She was aken to Miners Hospital where X-rays were taken to determine he extent of the fracture. SUMMER CASUALS Flat and Wedge Heels White & Colors S 2.99and $ 3.99 J, B. Shannon & Co, 1 FJJOSIBUIiG Wt Glvi i t H Grnn Stntnpi I TERMS McFARLAND MOTORS brother-in-law and sister, Colonel and Mrs. Jay A. Daschc. She will also visit her nephew who is stationed with the United States Army in Orleans, France. She plans to spend two months touring Europe, and hopes to visil Italy, Holland and Switzerland during her stay. En route home she'will visit Paris where she will take a plane for New York. - Miss Bampton is employed in the payroll department at the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company office at Luke. Stork Shower Held LONACONING—A stork shower was held recently at the parsonage of Pentecostal Holiness Church on Jackson Street in honor of Mrs. Paul Poland. After a short business meeting 'of the ladies of the church, a recreation period was held and refreshments were served. Attending were Mrs. Gertrude Clark, Mrs. Irene Loar, Mrs. Charlott Gardener, Mrs. Ella Ray Fazenbaker, Mrs. Virginia Gannon, Mrs. Monta Jean Kyle, Mrs. Ofa Robertson, Mrs. Helen Lear, Mrs. Ethel Lease, Mrs. Ethel Robertson, Mrs. Dorothy Timney, Mrs. Phyllis Nicols, Mrs. John Foots, Mrs. Mary Wilson, Mrs. Rela Timney, Misses Bertha Beeman, Julia . Loar, Anna Loar Rose Loar, Elinor Timney, Glenna Foote, Lois Jane Loar, Joyce Ann Loar and Mrs. Meryl Kyle O ^well New *TA Leafler ^FRbSTBURG-Thomas B' Pow- U.was elected president of the the hear Jen to see two of the ~ -"* «•*> micgi staged by this Board of Education, was the - ^. .nv^ vuuipany. speaker of the evening. "Oper Tuesday the student actors saw h .° use " was held ^ the PTA for 1O pnwiaHlF " Tn>vinat> ,.,l,t_U J flC tCSCltei'S njtmnlc <Qnrl mVin^l , the teachers, parents and school personnel with refreshments served by the Seventh Grade room mothers following the conclusion of the programs. Miss Sullivan in lead. Ps Class To Fete PHS Seniors PIEDMONT—Juniors of Pied mont High School will entertain seniors and members of the fac ulty with a dinner today at 6:30 p.m. at the high school. The juniors will present a pro gram featuring a girls' chorus in songs from countries bordering the Mediterranean. The theme o a Mediterranean cruise will be carried out in the decorations. Ann Drane will be mistress oi ceremonies. Joseph Niland, pres idenl of the Junior Class, will give the address of welcome anior Class, will respond. Sponsors of the Junior Clas; are Mrs. Floyd Payne arid Mrs Rodney Baker. Sponsors of the Senior Class are William Mien and Mrs. Trix Bright. Ordination Slated — The ordinatioi I installation of Lee Hoy Fore Memorial Day Plans Will Be Discussed PlEDMONT-Reports of committees making arrangements, for he observance of Memorial Da> n the Tri-Towns will be made at a meeting tomorrow at 7 p. m. with Lonnie Marsh, commander of Victory Post 155. American Legion, Westernport, presiding. Members of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 155 will make a muse - to - house solicitation in Vesternport for donations to help defray the expenses of (he Me- -norial Day program. The ob ervance is being jointly spon ored by Victory Post and Kelly- fansfield Post 52, American Legion. Piedmont. man as ruling elders will at the 11 a. m. worship ice Sunday at the Presby n Church. Robert Calv nard. Howard Hutchinson , an; George Henry Roberison Jr.'wil be installed as deacons. NEW TUSSEY Summer Cologne Both Powder Bubble Bath $2.00 sizes now $1 or pi ui i.&ii fax Shupe's Pharmacy Pliant 520 froitbuig chool. Howard Slrickler was lamed vice president; Mrs luamla Lynch, secretary and Mrs. John Buckalev?, treasurer Following the election the of- icers were installed by Earl Brain, principal. The id, under the direction*- ol Frank Munson, presented a mu- ical program. W. .Valjean Routch, supervisor music for the Allegany County fleeting Scheduled PIEDMONT - A meeting of he da\ly vacation Bible School workers and Sunday School eachers will be held at the 'resbyterian Church Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. with Miss Ada Glass iaker, director of religious education and church extension in he Winchester Presbytery pre- "iding. Wins Scholarship FROSTBURG - Richard Irwin son ot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ir win, 220 Eas't Main Street, a senior at Allegany College eadville, Pa., has been awardec i two-year scholarship at Whar- on School of the University of 'ennsylvania. A graduate of, Jeall High School, he is majoring n "city management". Moorefield* MOOREFIELD—Miss of was crowned "Miss Mooretield of 1957" at lhe annual beauty contest held in Moorefield High School gymna- Miss Pplricia Mathias, daugh ler of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mathias, placed second and Miss Betty Lisle Gamble, daughter of Mrs. H. t. Gamble and the late Dr. Gamble, was the third place winner. The senior band of the school, under the direction o( Edwin Allen, and the Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Mary Kinney, will present their second Spring Music. Festival today al 7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium. A tag day will be held during the afternoon and persons wearing tags will be admitted free to the concert. Members of the band will be appearing for the first time in their newly purchased gold and blue military style uniforms. The program of modern' and traditional music has been planned by members of both high school groups. School Paper % • •••;••. Jltg* Election Held FROSTBURG — Judy Winfield~" > as elected editor in chiel of the •--< call High School paper, "Beall -y !elgh Chime," and Judith Har- -i ison and Diana Meehan wer4 named co-editors for the 1957-58/^f •.sue of lhe yearbook, "Tha ' Mountaineer.',' Charles C. Carney is editorial^. '-.' advisor for the yearbook slaff which will include Sally Layinan,f\i^. 'ohn Densmore, John Croft, Wai- if] er Macfcay, Shirley Conrad and"•- " Royal Miller. ' '<" J Miss Anna McLuckie is faculty'wsl idvisor for the slaff of the ins 'Chime." Assisting her will. be-"•"". Diana Ewing, news editor; Louisa nit iownlon, feature editor; Sandra .'. Sd wards, sporls editor; Judith".ui lenkins, business manager;moi Gregg Darrow, advertising man-rid ager; Elaine Myers, circulation irrt nanager; Christina Natolly and^r/ Jacqueline Carpenter, makeup I-.— editors; Ann Dclancy, headline ; vri editor; Janet Ruffo, copyreader.,.,,j and Mary McGowan, exchange si editor. -,.mh. Dolores Pczzanile Fiends Keyser CYO KEYSER —Miss Delores Fez- zanite was elected president of the Catholic Youth Organization during the group's final business meeting for the current school year. Named to serve with her next fali are Jack Canfield, vice president; Jennie Lynn Daskal, secretary; Vince Martina, treasurer and Louis Calemine, reporter. The tangerine is really a small orange, named for Us native' Tangier, Africa. PLAY CLOTHES boys - girls KIDDIE TOWNE A SPECIALTY SHOP FOR CHILDREN NINE EAST MAIN ST. BUILDING SUPPLIES Neilson Bros. McCulloh St. Phone Frostburg 429 ' FORD AGEHCY HEISKELL MOTORS FROSTBURG Bring Your Graduation FILMS CHARLIE HILL'S NEWSSTAND FROSTBURG evrtt STRICTLY FRESH COUNTRY EGGS 2 <*>"« 65c S HAMS - 59c (WHOLE! HOME-MADE BOLOGNA Engle Brothers PK. 50 17 W. Mom Si., f.o.ibu SPRING TERMS I DtVlSIOH OF KYWCOO-WAIEFIEU) The DURST Co. 2 E. Main SI. 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