Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 21, 1957 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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TWENTY • • • Science Teacher Heads Area Bird Organization EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1957 William Lccson, science teaclier In Fort Hill High School, was elected president of the AHegany County Bird Club at a meeting Saturday at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Millc-r, Spring Gap. Olher officers chosen were H. C. Hcincnian, Crcsaplown, vice mcislcr, Mr. and .Mrs. Heineman, Mr. l.ccson, Gilbert B. Miller and Harry Miller. Mrs. Douglass reported of the 29 membership,' 20 were present at tlie meeting | The club will be host for the , adult stale organization at a w. iiumcinan, crcsapvown, vice auiui stale organization at a'. president; Miss Charlollc Rich- weekend camp, June 14, 15, 16 atij ardson, Frostburg, re-elected secretary; atid Daniel Foulk, Grantsville, treasurer. Plans were formulated for an all day trip to Blaekwater Falls Saturday. The group will leave from the Cumberland Free Public Library at 8 a. m. The club received an invitation from the Blacksburg, W. Va., Club to attend the "Annual Foray" of the West Virginia O-nitbological Club, which will tie June 8-9 at Cacapon Slate Park, near Berkeley Springs. Informal reports of the Ocean City trip were given by Mr. and handful of Virginia earth taken Sirs. Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. from where lie lived during the Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John Work- Revolution. Pleasant Valley, Garrcll County Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Douglass and Mrs. Gordon Taylor were appointed a committee to arrange Hie 10th anniversary celebration for camp June 19. .Junior camp I will be held June 17-25. Heserva-' lions are to be made with Mrs. l.eo Isaacs, West Side School, by May 29. An informal social hour concluded the evening and Mrs. Douglass assisted Mrs. Miller in serving refreshments. Lafayette's grave conlains a Estranged Couple Buttles Over Taxes QU1NCY, 111. W - Earl Conra Ohnemus. 27, pleaded guilty i. police court lo Ihe charge o assault and battery preferrc against him by his estrange wife, June Ohnemus, after ruckus when she refused to alloi him lo claim her as an incom tax deduction. Mrs. Olraemu; claimed she receives 110 suppoi from him and refused his r< quest. I Vdu|fett!| Try lighter, milder 86 Proof Old Crow- America's favorite bourbon! OlDCROW / 86 PROOF 'KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEYi ,100 Proof Bottled in Bond available as usual OU)CROWDISTIHERyCO.,FliANKFOSI,Ky,DISTBIBUIEDByWT.DISI.PJiOD.EORP. STEPS UP - LI. Col. Emma Jane Rilcy, WAF staf! director in Europe, will become director of women in the Air Force, August 31. The 44-year- old native of Haltsburg, Mo., will succeed Col. Phyllis D. S. Gray, who will retire. Dial PA 2-1COO for a WANT AD Taker K. of C. Will jet Statue Wamba Caravan 89, Order of ilhambra, will presented a three- oot statute of "Mary, Queen of he Knights," to Cumberland louncil 580, Kniglils of Columbus, I) a ceremony loniglit. The presentation will be made during liie council meeting at 8:30 ). m. Master of ceremonies will be Rev. Kilian Krings. O.F.M. Cap., guardian of SS. Peter and Paul monastery. The speaker will be Uev. Joberl F. Hopkins, assistant pas- or of SI. Mary's Church. Rev, Marius IClsener, O.F.M. Cap., pastor of SS. Peler and Paul Jhurch and chaplain of the Caravan will bless the statue and present it .to Thomas E. Carroll, grand knight of the council. The Casey Chorus will sing several selections during tlie program. The closing prayer will be said >y liev. John U. Lyness, assist ant pastor at St. Patrick's. The presentation of the stalue is a project of the religious work ol the Caravan. The statue was made in Spain according to Father Krings, who completed arrangements for its purchase from the Vila Religious Goods House in Santurcc Puerto Rico. A red oak wall shrine on \vhicl the glass enclosed statue wil rest in the Council Room, \va constructed at the monastery. Refreshments will be served a Hie conclusion of the program Souvenirs wiU be distributed a the meeting. ]g of Ihe council's board of ireclors lasl night. After the Cumberland Girl couts accepted an invitation to ffiliate with the County United "und, it became the local coun il's responsibility to extend cov- rage and service throughout Hie ounly. Leaders in the communities •here (here have been lone roops without recognized, council urisdiction were invited and the \oslburg troops are the first to ccept. This action assures Ihe 'rostburg troops of the advan ages of professional direction n d leadership, a broadened raining program, participation in Cumberland Council camp and (her activities and an cxpand- ng program, the Council pointed ml. The board of directors also ipprovcd Ihe budget for 1958 vhich was prepared by the bud ;ct committee after each chair nan and committee had submit ed their particular requests. The Viard, in light of the added cover- ige under United Fund, approved s United Fund county-wide bud- jet, rather than the former ilrictly local Community Chest budget. Final action on Ihe Froslburg admittance and Ihe budget mus 1 be taken by Cumberland Counei at the regular meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the scout bouse Wall Street Hears NEW YORK — (INS) — Wall Street hears: 1'ennsalt Chemical is attracting attention because of iis fluorine and other derivatives used with rocket fuels . . . Don't sell the thermumeter short, says Walslon's Eldon Grimm. 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Nine Frostburg Girl Scout •oops liave affiliated with Cum- erland Council Girl Scouts as a " "-««*., U d a ruiiyia udy will Oe IICIQ June ID esult of the County United Fund Father's Day, at the new Girl Ian, it was disclosed at a meet- Scout Camp near Flinlslone. Sin Follow* you on !f» own air stream — without pulling. * Nozzle glidoi imootMy on 3 wheeli. • Oouble-jtrelch ho«« Uti you clean a Mi flight of stairs. • Full 1 h. p. motor. * King siz* Ihrowaway dujt bag. BIG SAVING 1 Formerly Sold for '97» STERLING ELECTRIC COMPANY 100 N. Centre St. PA 2-4800 Boy Sent Out Of Room Learns Lesson Slowly STERLING, Colo.-!*-A Pan .all School teacher sent a 6-year old boy out into the hall because ic was naughty in class. She tolc him he could return and apologizi after he'd learned his lesson After considerable, time ha passed, the teacher went to th joy and wanted to know why h had not returned. "I'm stay in out here until 1 learn my lesson, Ihe boy explained, "and I ain' learned it yet." Miss Olive Hurlburt, scout executive, said open liouso or 'isitors 1 day will be held June 16, reported on improvements "made, and said that much has been done dore Foote, chairman of the public relations committee, to summer. The board also authorized Tlico 0iiu ouiu mat iimiu nus ucun uone lie iLiituuiib Lunuiiiut:*;, lu pro-* lo gel flic camp ready for this cccd with plans for a boolh or """now appropriate Girl Scout exhibit at the Cumberland Fair Startling "Big Jump" test proves DESOTO ruggedness and safe control Here's the way professional stunt drivers prove tlie outstanding rugged- jiess and safe control of De Solo's new Torsion-Aire Ride . . , the advanced suspension system, that cushions the roughest roads, stops sway or lean oil curves and ends dangerous nose-dive stops. Try Torsion-Aire— today! DE SOTO 4-OOOR SEDAN with Torslon-AIre Rld» S 2732 25 J-art'Vy relail pric« iH Ucltoil, Michigan, 1>« Solo Fir«S"«p4.door M<]an. 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