Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 20, 1957 · Page 6
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FltOSTItl It^-Ktr.YSUlt And Tri-State Area Evening Times, Monday, May 20, 1957 Heads Named Bv District WSCS Group FliOSTBURG-Mrs. Harry Bondor, Flinlslono, was elected president of Ihe Hagcrslown District Women's Sociely ot Christian Service, at an all-day session ot the 'organization Friday at Ihe First Methodist Church here. Mrs. Rachel lames, Cumberland, was named vice president; Mrs. George Mullan, Shephcrds- lown. recording secretary; Mrs. Harold Green, LaVale, treasurer; Mrs. John G. Cook, Froslburg, promotion secretary; Miss Mali on Dennison, Cumberland, secrC' lary of the Wesleyan Service Guild, and (he following were elected to serve as departmental secretaries of the district ir various offices: Mrs. Everett Culp. Cumber land; Mrs. William W. Beale Martinsburg; Mrs. Ray in one Crowe, Cresaptown; Rober Young, Cumberland; Miss Susa Smith, Cresaptown; Mrs. Walter Edwards, Cumberland; Mrs Francis N. White, Charles Town Miss Lavine Hood, Brunswick Mrs. William Riggs, Cumberland Mrs. C. Thomas Surbock, Bunker Hill, W. Va.; Mrs. Russell James Martinsburg: Mrs. S. B. Hams, Martinsburg, and Mrs Warren D. Conner, Hagerstown. Following an organ prelude b> Mrs. Robert Barclay, and a read ing of the meditations by Rev Edward A. Godsey, pastor of the host church, Mrs. Howard Duck worth, president of the Froslburg WSCS, welcomed the delegates and, lurned the meeting over li Mrs. H. B. Nicholson, Bruns.vick, president of the district, who wa in charge of the morning session A luncheon was served in th lecture room of Ihe church, fol lowing which Rev. Mr. Godsej installed the new officers. Mijs Elizabeth Overby, a youn; missionary on leave from th Melhodist hospital at Nadiad, In dia, spoke to the group about he work amoing the 'natives there Convict Freed On Technicality CHARLESTON. W. Va. — Th> Supreme Court has ordered thi release of Donald Mick, a pris oner in the West Virginia peni lenliary at Moundsville. Judge Chauncey Browning, in a unanimous opinion, wrote iha Mick's indictment for statutory rape was improper because Ih indictment did not specify tha Mick was over 16,' which is the age of consent for males. Mick was convicted on the in dictment in Pendlelon County The 'opinion cited a previous case in which the Supreme Court heL thal'such an indiclment is vok if it'does not allege that the de fendant is 'a male person ove the age of 16 years'." Convicted in September, 1953 Mick was sentenced in Pendlelo: Circuit Court to five to 20 year in the penitentiary. Firemen's Carnival Planned This Week MT. SAVAGE—The Mt. Savag Volunteer Fire Company wi sponsor a carnival in Mullaney Field today through Saturday. PTA To Hold Supper Today New Of f icers 4t Parsons WSCS Installs MIDLAND — The Midland Par- nl-Tcachers Associalion will hold s annual covered dish supper oday at 6:30 p. m. in Ihe school uditorium. Members of the Board of Edu- alion will be guests. Following the supper, a short usiness meeting will be held and [ficers for the 1957-58 term will ie installed. Delegates lo Ihe county work hop Thursday at Frostburg State 'eachers College will he selected nd a delegate lo Ihe summer onfercnce at the University of ilaryland appointed. Dales for a pre-school party, (raduation and school picnic wiE! e announced during the supper Seven Students Auditioned For FST Scholarships KROSTBURG - Seven senio ligh school students of this area vere given auditions in the audi orium of Compton Hall of Frosl burg Slate Teachers College Sat urday morning in competilion or Ihe music scholarship awarded annually by Ihe Ph Omicron Delta sorority and tin ilusic Department of Ihe college Mrs. David' Dorman, Mrs ilary Drum Bollino. Charles I Sager and Dr. Ward K. Cole served as judges, and the follow ng students were auditioned: Allan Emerick, Allegany Higi School, Cumberland, voice; Jac quelin Sue Calhoun and John iiiissell Brown, Southern School, Oakland, voice; Higl Alici .uray Zehrbach, Fort Hill Higl School, Cumberland, voice Wanda Kaye Tale, ForL Hill trumpet; Helen Sandra Dilloi and Ann Perry Chappell, Valle High School, Lonaconing, voice Joseph Derry, Mrs. Rut Brown and Miss Judy Kompane served as accompanists for Hi conlcslants during their aud io»s, following which the grou were guests of Ihe college al luncheon. Brief Mention Dr. Grattan Broadwalcr, Hag crslown, visiled his sislers, Mrs PARSONS — Mrs. Fonlz Jones as installed as president of the Voman's Society of Christian ervicc of First Methodist Church I a candlelight service in Ihe ocial rooms of the church. Rev leade Gutshall, paslor, was Ihe nslalling officer. Olher officers installed were Irs. Effie Murray, vice presi lent; Mrs. Glenn N. Fanknausei ecoiding secretary; Miss Nelle Greider, Ireasurer; Miss Hubj <ale Greider, promotional secre ary; Mrs. Frank Goff, secretarj f missionary education; Mrs Marvin Evans, secretary o Christian social relations; Mrs Felix L. Wiltong, secretary o •outh work, Mrs. Meade Gulshall, secretary of children's work; Mrs. E. A Wilfong, secrelary of publica ions; Mrs. J. Russell Hall, secre ary ot student work; Mrs. Fer jilmorc, secrelary of supplies Mrs. James Kee, secrelary o ocal church activities and Mrs Floyd M. Ball, secretary of stalu of women. Mrs. Fontz Jones was in charg of the worship service and praye was given by the Rev. Gutshall Mrs. Fankhauser read an article 'In Japan—Sharing Its Revolu .ionary Message." Hostesses for the evening wer Mrs. Alston White, Mrs. Kar Grandstaff and Mrs. James Kce Conceri Dates Listed Mrs. E. J. Booth, secretary o ;he Band Boosters Club, has re [eased a tentative list of date for summer concerts to be pre senled by members of the Par sons High School band. The concerts will be held eac Saturday at 7:30 p.m. on th Court House Square. The first concert June 1 will b sponsored by the Band Booslei Club. Other tentative dates follow: June 8, Liberty Rebekah Lodg 95; June 15, Parsons Voluntee Fire Deparlmenl; June 22, Brel Parent-Teacher Association; Jun 29, All Letter Club Auxiliary. July 6. Band Boosters Club July 13, Parsons Quoda Club; Ju ly 20, Band Boosters Club; Jul Nell Zcller and Mrs. Jame 27, Holly Meadows Farm Wi Lemmert. Mrs. William Haberlcin and daughter, 120 Grant Street; Mrs. Joseph Delancy and daughter, 10 Beall .Street; Mrs. Francis Mowbray and son. Barton; Mrs, Nolan and son, Frostburg, and Mrs. David Spiker a.nd daughter, 138 Spring Street, are home from Miners Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dove, Baltimore, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haren, 1 Welch Slreel. Miss Katie Spates and Joseph and William Spates are visiting H!r. and Mrs. Edward Malloy, Aliquippa, Pa. Brenda Lee Brown, RD 1; William Barclay, Lonaconing; Mary A. Beeman, Barton; Gladys Boden, Garretl; Borlha Coleman, Midlothians; William Cumbert- sun, Lonaconing; Martin McKcn- zie, Star Roule; Pauline Ross. Lonaconing and Mary Holtz, 47 First Streel, recently paticnls at Miners Hospital, have returned to their homes. A religious instruction class will A "street parade will be 'held:™';. 1 l ° da £ al ™« ?• m - in st Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The various amusements will include a merry-go-round, airplane ride, swings, ferris wheel, games and booths. Albert Swauger is chairman of the enterlain- 1 ment committee. Michael's Parochial School. The Catholic Women's Organization of St. Michael's Church will hold a card parly in the Knights ol Columbus Home. The Men - of St. Michael's Church will continue Ihe work ol cleaning Ihe church cemetery A parish social for the benefit of St. Michael's Church wil bo held Friday at 8 p. m. in the parish hall. Mrs. Mary Bollino, director o St. Patrick's Catholic Church St. Michael's senior choir, said will enlerlain the student body ofja special rehearsal of the group St. Patrick's Parochial ~School iwin be held Wednesday at 7:30 with a picnic tomorrow at Maiy-'p. m. al the church to prepare dale, Cumberland. jllie musical program for the The Sislers of Notre Dame and some of Ihe mothers of the pupils will accompany Ihe studenls. Sodalily To Fele St tidet)Is Al Picnic MT. SAVAGE—The Sodality of ' nen's Club. August 3, Parsons Paren 'eacher Association; August 1C land Boosters Club; August 1' "•arsons Chapter 91, Order < Jastern Star; August 24, Parson iiwanis Club; August 31, Parson 'eniple 15, Pythian Sislers. Seplember 7, Band Boosler !lub; September 14, 'Parson Voman's Club; September 2 fiver City Garden Club and Sep ember 28, Band Boosters Clul College Alumni Chapter Elects OAKLAND — John Hartman ileyersdale. Pa., has been elec ed presidenl of the Upper Pot mac Valley Chapter ol tl Bridgewaler Alumni Associatio Olher officers are Rev. Owe Stultz, New Creek. W. Va., vl (resident, and Mrs. Alice Spoe cin, Oakland, secretary an reasurer. Rev. Fred Bowman, Keyse vas reinstated as director fro .he chapter to the Bridgewat College Alumni Association. The election was held at a di ner served by Women's Wo: ;roups of Beaver Run Church he Brethren. Rev. Jacob Rcplogle, secrelai of the college, was the princip FFA YOUTH CONGRATULATED — Dr. R. C. Butler, right, head ot the Department ot Agriculture Education at West Virginia University, is shown congratulating William (Bill) Collins on his success in Fulurc Farmers of America work al the recent FFA Parent-Son dinner at Terra Alia Methodist Church. Collins is the third member of Ihe Terra Alta FFA unit lo attain Pastor-Elect ts Ordained WESTERNPORT _ Rev. Rob- :rl Shade, pastor-elect of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, was rdained to the ministry during he annual convention ot the Lu- heran Synod ot West Virginia at he State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill. Rev. George C. Weirick of Aurora president of the Synod, vas in charge of the ceremony. A senior at the Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Pa., Rev. Shade will be graduatec ater this month. Nexl Sunday evening has been entatively set for his installation as pastor of Mt. Calvary Church His parents, of Harrisburg. Pa. and-his wife, who is with him al lettysburg, were among those vho attended the ordination cere monies. From Ml. Calvary ihurch were Fred Imhoff Charles Ross. William Devens Jonald Messinger, Mrs. Beulah Beck and Roy Walker. Walker vas the clmrch delegate to the convention. Mrs. Guy McKenzie, Mrs. Ro jerta Tichnell and Mrs. Kenneth <eller also attended the conven ion. ' Bishop Makes Keyser Visit KEYSER-Rt. Rev. Wilburn C Campbell, DD, STD, bishop o :he Episcopal Diocese of Wes Virginia, made his annual visila ion to Emmanuel Church here eslerday. Bishop Campbell confirmed a class of six people at the evening •service yesterday, after which he delivered his annual sermon to [he congregation. Following the service, a recep lion was held for the bishop anc newly - confirmed parishoners with Mrs. Charles Boehmes in charge of arrangements. Sorpplimisls Plan Election Tomorrow PIEDMONT — The Soroplimi: Jnternational of Ihe Tri-Town will elect officers at its monthl dinner meeting tomorrow at 6 p m. at the Potomac Hotel. A slate of officers was presen Meyersdale. uj inc tuiie^e, wds tue princip ...*..», „. »*...«.*.,*, „«., j,,\.^ k .> speaker and music featured se- d at tnc April meeling by th eclions by a male quartet from ominating committee, Mis faizie Kitzmiller, Mrs. Sara foran and Miss May Rose. Pre cding the election the mectin will be open for nomination rom the floor. The newly-elected officers wi installed with those of th Cumberland and Keyser club Friday, June 7, at a joint instal ation dinner at the AM Gha Shrine Country Club, Cumbe land. Industrial Promotion Group Sets Meclin FROSTBURG — A meeting the Froslburg Industrial Promo- f'.vsl solemn high mass by Hi lion Association will be held to- Rev. Gerald Laporla. morrow at 7:30 p. m., according to Charles Hill, president. Home From Hospital Several new developments, in Home From Visil MT. SAVAGE—Mr. and Mrs. KEVSER—Mrs. Elmer Wilson construction of a building for an Henry Bever and Miss Lorclta Piedmont Streel. has ur.dergarmenl faclory will be dis lurned home from Memorial Hos cussed, Hill said, adding lhat al Henry Bever Jr., Pikcsvillc. pilal, Cumberland. persons interested should attend Iheyll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo THE &JV WHOS R&JU-Vso.C'E IS >S TliE BACKER TUEy DUG UP--EVER/IVAS LCVEy-CWEy WHILE M!S DOUGH MSTED- CLIPJ4S?THEY sued VvH4T MORE FEUDS N THIS CLUS THdN IW THE STRIP INS THE "LOOK E OTMEJ? WAV" BOVS AS TWEV ALMOST BUMP IN THE BROTHERLY LOVE O.UB-- Elcclefl Secretary WESTERNPORT-Mrs. H. Nc Williams, wife of Dr. William Main Street, was recently elecle secretary of Ihe Ladies Auxiliar of the Maryland Chiropraclic A sociation. Inc. at Frances Sco <ey Hotel in Frederick. the American Farmer degree and will graduate nexl monlh from West Virginia University wilh a bachelor of science degree m agriculture. Looking on, left to right, are B F McConnell vo-ag inslruclor and FFA advisor al Terra Alta High School' and John Gibson, the first member of (he high school unit to have qualified for the American Farmer degree. • Senior Hop Set ? riday Night At Beall Hi School FROSTBURG-The annual Senor Hop at BeaU High School will e held Friday night in the school ymnasium, according to John rmstrong, class advisor, who nnounced the following coinmites: Programs, Lois Sweilzer. chair- ion, Patricia Harvey, Katherine tanlon and John Manley; enler- ainment, Judy Fike, chairman, Barbara Densmore, Ellen Rich- fdson. Eugene Kidwell, Joseph 'ratt and Joseph McGregor; dec- rations, Jayne Jenkins, chair- nan, Marie Goebcl, Vicki Kenedy, Jean Jeffries, Ronald Goron, Blanche Filer, Pat Harvey, Gloria Keedy, Mary Scarpelli, oanne Loar, Jeanne Robertson, teven Br'oadwater. Claylon Grif- ifh and Delving Ryan. Refreshments, Maureen Dona- .iie, chairman, Joan Shuey, Mararet Morgan, Faye Williams and Gladys Williams; clean-up, Ron- Id Larue, chairman, John An- lerson, Carl Marlitano, Lucius Vaites, Leslie Morion, William Proves, Lloyd Neilson, Paul Wilon, Williams Haines, Darrell Vickel, Joseph McGregor, Davic Vilson, Hichard Connors, Donate Davis. James Mallow. Charles 'rowe, Andrea Sigler, Nancy Midleton and Edwina Sluss. Jayne. Jenkins, decoration ihairman, states the colors for he dance are shades ol pink in <eeping with the theme, "Apple Blossom Time." frosthurg Mail To Be Ordained FROSTBURG—Rev. Gerald F -aPorta, son of Mr. and Mrs loss LaPorla. 95 Broadway, wil be among a class of seminarians vho will be ordained in the Catholic priesthood at ceremonie. Saturday in the Cathedral Basili ca, Baltimore. Father LaPorla will sing his Irst solemn high mass at 10:1 a. m. next Sunday in St. Mich ael's Church here. Other official ot the mass will be Rev. Franci Montgomery, parish adminislra tor, assistant priest; Rev. Ros .aPorta, brother of Fall . La Porta and assistant pastor of SI Matthew's Church. Baltimore deacon, and Rev. Leo A. Desclo of Hampton, N. H., sub-deacon The sermon will be delivered b Rev. Regis F. Larkin, assislan pastor of St. Michael's. Seven To Attend Boys, Girls Slale PIEDMONT—Five boys and tw girls from the junior classes o area high schools have been se lecled to attend the Mountainee Boys State and Mountaineer Girl Slate to he held at Jackson's Mil; W. Va., during June. Richard and Joseph Nilant Horsey White. Charles Kazlo an James Rafter will attend Boy Stale from June 2 lo June 8. Attending Girls State from Jun 9 to ]5 will be Ann Drane an Kathleen Skidmore. Golden Horseshoe Victors Feted At Charleston Event CHARLESTON-The 1957 iolden Horseshoe test winners on tale history, geography and po!i-| cs were entertained here Satur- ay with the highlight of the pro-] ram for the 217 winners being n address by Gov. Cecil H. 'nderwood in the House of Dele- ales chamber. The boys and iris attending represented 53 of he slate's 55 counties. The Golden Horseshoe test cul- minale four years of West Virinia club work in elementary chools. Participants in the fifth rade are called "Discoverers"; hose in the sixth grade. "Explor- rs"; seventh grade, "Settlers," nd eighth grade, "Junior 'ilizens." The governor admilled he didn'l et a high enough mark to win Solden Horseshoe honors. At his tde sat Mrs. Underwood who be- ame a "Lady of the Golden lorseshoe" from Calhoun county. Fred S. Colfindaffer. assistant upervisor of instruction for the 'tate Department of Education, iresided. Members of the Board of Pubic Works, except John T. Johnon. ailing commissioner of agri- ullure, were present. The .incoln Junior High School Glee :iub entertained during the pro- ram. Later, the Stonewall Jackon High School Band offered a irief concert. Only Jefferson and Marshall :ounties were absent from the roll if counties for the ceremonies. Although normally there an only (our winners from each :ounty. the crowd of 217 boys and girls include fourth place tie contestants from five counties. The annual affair is sponsored by the Stale Department of Edu cation. Eligib'.e to be received as mights and ladies of the Golden Horseshoe are those who sue cessfully completed their stud:, of West Virginia history and top ped other classmates in a petilive examination. The students were selected fol lowing examinations last montl given by the State Board o Education. The award title dates hack U 1716 when Gov. Alexander Spots wood of Virginia led a party of 30 cavaliers on an excursion as fa west as Pendlelon county. From this adventure grew the "Knights of the Golden Horseshoe." The test is given to all eighth- raders in West Virginia but only he top four in each county re eive a trip to Charleston and a olden Horseshoe. R. Virgil Rohrbough, slat- uperintendcnl of schools, assist d by H. Clilt Hamilton, slale upervisor of inslruclion; C. T lairslon, assistant slate super isor of instruction, and John M Lowe, state director of vocationa New Of f icers Selected By Legion Post ~ MOOHEF1ELD, W. Va. —Nornan Wolfe was named comman- ler. of John M. Golladay Post, . American Legion, at the annual lection of officers. Other officers are Glen Elosser, irst vice commander; Clarence i. Fisher, second vice comman- er; Charles Combs, third-vice ommander; Edward Bill adju- ant; Paul McNeill. chaplain; P. V. Clarke, Americanism officer; )r. J. A. Love, service officer; t. M. Gamble, historian; John Saville, publicity officer, and ,eo Smilh, sergeant at arms. Outgoing post commander A. \. Evans announced that three; joys from Hardy county would ie sent (o Boys State at Jacksons Mill during the first week in lune. Larry Arbogast will be the cpresentative from Morefield Ugh School. Courtney Pratt, commander of he Tenth District of the West Virginia Department of the I.e. ;ion, installed the new officers after Ihe election and presented wards to members for the membership drive. Curtis Boswell received a certificate and a badge or securing over 100 members n (he post. Certificates for secur- ng members were also awarded to Bruce Zirk, A. E.'Evans. 3evaul Schell, Blair Boswell and Carl Keller. Delegates named for the Tenth District Convention in Romney Sunday, June 3, are Taylor Wil;on, Robert Harper, Leo Smith, . :arl N'eft. Norman Wolfe, P. W. Clark, Irvin Kessel, Duval Wood, John Saville, Paul McNeill, Car! Keller and Devaul Schell. The: Stale Department convention will be held in Charleston July J6. 27 and 23. Delegates for the state convention will b« named at a later date. ducation, conferred the honor n the students in the House o Delegates chamber. Boys and girls had lunch at th iuffner Hotel and then tourec <anawha airport during thei irief stay in Charleston. Winners in Ihe contest incJuded Grant county — Dottie Hinklc Diane Rung, Lonnie Kuhn ani "o Cowherd. Hampshire county-John Blue •tary Ann Brinker, Carol Jan Swisher and Ellen Pugh. Hardy county — Edward Wil-l iams. Judy Jenkins, Raymond Daugherty Jr. and Jane Cunningham. Mineral county — Scolt Bosley, Janet S. Rexrodc, Hermit Becker and Ernest Miller. Morgan county—Douglas Allemong, Judy Myers. William Clow- ;er and Jon Everett. Pendlelon county — Aretha :hamp, Linda S. Propst, Nancy Kimble and Sue Tcler. Tucker counly—Sarah Thompon. George Spiggle. Paul Pennington and Ralph Mullenex. Underwent Surgery PIEDMONT-Donald Ford. 16 Lyons Street, who underwent surgery in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, has returned home. For Bent: 3 room-second floor unfurnished apartment, frivala bath, sunporch. 9 North Granl Street. Phone Frostburg 364-R. Adv. N-T-May 20 For Sale: Building Lots ^enced, 110' Frontage. Priced '2100. l Park Lane, Frostburg 'hone l-tsi. Adv.—N-T-May 17-18-20 FACTORY RETREADS 4:70-15 $8188 "<>""<'• SERVICE IN REAR ' DEZEN'S N£XT TO HO. NAT. BANK B W. MAIN IT. fROSTBUKI PHONE 1366 Robison's Restaurant Bar ond Service Station 10 MJht wait of Froiffaurjj en Raut* 40 DINNERS • Quick Lunches • • Fountain Service • TURKEY our ipteiotty . . . w» grow ovr own! PALACE AIR CONDITIONED CLASS LEADERS—Miss Mildred Luise Cowherd, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jerome Cowherd, has been named as the valedictorian of this year's graduating class al Petersburg High School. A native of Cumberland, she is a granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Cowherd, Cumberland. Al right is Miss Ann Wclkcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wclker, who will be salutalorian at the commencement exercises Friday evening at the school's Memorial field house. Library Group Plans Meeting D FROSTBURG—Mrs. Grace Billner, president of the Frostburg Public Library Association, announced that the annual meeting o. the organization will be held in Ihe health room at City Hall al 7:30 p.m. Aiay 27. Mrs. Richard Holben is chairman of Ihe nominaling commiltee; which will submit a report at this meeting, after which officers for the coming year wil! be elected. According to the by-laws of the association, two directors will! be elected. Further nominations i of officers may be made from the floor. ! "*] A shorl business meeling will jbe held following the election.' 1jMrs Bitlncr staled. Honored With Shower WESTERNPORT - Mrs. Phil Umslot of 260 Walnut Street gave a shower for her daughter, Miss Gretchcn Umstot, recently. Decorations were carried out in the bridal molif. Hoslesses were Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. 1 George NMes. J Other guesls included Mrs. ]Lena Smilh, Mrs. William Conn, I Mrs William Fazenbaker, Mrs. 'iRoherl Granl, Miss Mary Ann Kolberg. Miss Mary Margaret Martin, Mrs. Christine Smith, Miss Susie Nofsinger, Miss Mary Clara Dailey, Mrs. Donald Hines, Miss Janice Burke, Miss Barbara N'ealis, Miss Ada Jackson and Mrs. Lendley Green. The wed- diang of Miss Smith to Willard Green, Cumberland, will lake place Saturday, June l, at 2 p. m. in Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, MON-TUE-WED DESIGNING WOMAN with Gregory Peck Lauren Bacall Full Cold Rubber Retreads <:70x M 5Q95 FUU 3 PRICE NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED USED TIRES AISO EAGAN SERVICE STATION MIDUND PHONE HO 3-4941 1954 BUICK Super Riveria Coupe A. T. — P. S. — P. B. Green Chev. Co. Phone 200 Froitburg OPEN EVENINGS - RADIATORS REMOVED REPAIRED RECORED DON'S Radiator Shop JO* MICHANtC IT. FSOSUUJO PHONE 759-R NOW-24H..S. MfMftoCvf WtiT p»j for lh* "olht* feSoV,- carrier dri»in|? St«U F,rn> • inn to in»uT« only "cinful dnv.™"—(ho kind who h«*. fewtracadenbi and fewer claims. You am nly era SMU Farm for XHind protection at r*»»rnbl« ratoa. C*ll m*, I m»y U «bU to MT* y«o money! B MS k to* jm :wt run i*rt R. KUYKENDALL Broddock Road PArkview 4-1125 CUMBERLAND; MD. JAMES F. DELANEY 241 E. Main St. •WIN IVENINOS UNTIl t f M PHONE 1142 FROSTBURG, MD. **« d Barbtr aft*r «vity Friday ni*e

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