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FItOSTBIJllG-K*: Yri-Sttilt* Area /Veu?s (10) Evening Times, Thursday, May 23, 1957 Fort Asliby Graduation Exercises Set Tomorrow DH. KAY O. DUNCAN Firemen Map Fund Drive WESTERNPORT — A one tpn Ford walk-in type truck has been!University Athletic Council, the FORT AS!IBY — Dr. Ray 0. Duncan, dean of the School o[ Physical Education and Athletics at West Virginia University, will (Mivcr the address to the graduating class of Fort Asbby High -liool Friday. J. William Marker, principal, announces that 44 seniors will receive their diplomas at the seventeenth annual commencement exercises. This is the largest graduating class in the school's history. Dr. Duncan, a native of Granite City, 111., holds a law degree from the Washington University in St. Louis and Master of Arts, Master o( Education, and Doctor of Edu- degrees from the University of Illinois. Widely known as an adminis Irator, teacher and author, lie is author of the book "Six-Man Football." and co-author of two other volumes on "Physical Conditioning" and "Administration of Physical Education." Dean Duncan is president of the American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, and chairman of the Barton PTA Will Sponsor Dance Revue BARTON—Pupils of the Dixon received by Potomac Fire Company 2, according to Chief William Mayles. The truck was purchased for S3.625 to carry equipment which will include two gas masks pur- clused, recently for a total of organization in charge of formulating athletic policies at WVU. S550, life saving machine, in- Heart Hospital. Midland MIDLAND—Mrs. Harry Youngblood is a patient at Sacred halator, aspirator, resuscitator, .ill first equipment, boots, coats, helmets, ropes, brooms and tools and Mrs. Cyril Burns and daugh- pertaining to fire fighting. ter, .Mary Rita, Washington. Members of the company Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns anc Miss Colleen Burns visited Mr. Miss Beatrice Reilly visited make a house-to-house solicita>|relatives and friends in Wash- tion Saturday, beginning at 9 ington. a.m. They will be identified by| Miss Noreen Slakem, Washing- their uniform cap. Any one being missed or desiring to send donations may call the company at 37P! or mail them in to the firel Mr. and Pittsburgh, ten, visited her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Clement Stakem, Paradise Street. hail.' Ml/ City Police Chief Will Attend Meeting FROSTBUUG —Chief ot Police Mrs. James and Mrs. Collins Regina Burns and son, Simon, McKces- port, visited relatives. Isaac Stakem is much proved at his home following illness of several weeks. im Dance Studio present their i ^yp> L>VJIVVJ— v^iuei OL r once r' Lloyd-Truly will attend a meeting! R'<*ard Dunn, a patient at 01 the'Maryland Police Cbicfsj Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, is Association at Memorial Stadiumj visilin S llis wife an(i children. Baltimore, Saturday at 10 a. ml Frank O'Brien is a patient at Truly' will take several safety patrol boys with him to the meeting. They will he guests of the s,, p pcr Set Today Baker VA Center, Martinsburg. Maryland Traffic Safety Commis sion for lunch and attend a ballj FROSTBURG — The Ladies game:.between the Boston Red! Auxi ' iary o{ lhe siiaft Volunteer Sox and the Baltimore Orioles at Fire Dc P artr «ent will hold a ham Memorial Park. supper in the Shaft Community Hail today from 5 to 7 p. m. to annual revue at liarton IClcmen :ary School Monday al 8 p. m. The affair is being sponsored by .he Barton Parent-Teacher Asso elation. The association recently pur chased new curtains and drape ries for the stage in the school Proceeds from the revue, plus the sale of homemade candy will be used to help defray the cost of the stage improvements. Committee members in charge of the event are Esther O'Rourko chairman, Betty Lamberson June Clark, Ella Lee Green Mary Logsdon and Beryl Clark lirief Mention A well baby clinic will be holt June 6 from 9 to 11 a. m. at thi Legion home. The X-ray machine for tuber culosis will be at the new fire hall building June 5 from 1 to 7 ». m. Fred Kyle has returned to his home after being a surgical pa tient at Memorial Hospital foi two weeks. Thomas Footen is recovering at his home from a severe heai cut suffered in a fall. He was taken to Potomac Valley Hospi tal, Keyser, where M suture; were used to close the wound. Mrs. Daisy and Miss Sail; Hyde visited Mr. and Mrs. Johi Rhodes, Arlington, Va. Mrs. Ann Magruder is recov ering at her home after under going a recent throat operation. Mrs. Evelyn Suder is improv .ng at her home. She was medical patient at Miners Hos piial, Frostburg. Wheeler Andrews and Mr. an< Mrs. Frank Andrews of Pcnnsy vania. were recent visitors n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harr Andrews here and Mrs. Florenc Emerick at National. Mrs. Ethel Broadwater Mrs. Paul Broadwater of Salis Jury, Pa., visited Mrs. Gerti Broadwater and Mrs. Virgin! Broadwater. Mrs. Mary Small is ill at he home in the Dogwood Flat sei tion. Mr. and Mrs. Hussell Smit visited Mr. and Mrs. WUliar Goodwin, Frostburg. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Michae Cresaptown; Edwin Michael here and Mrs. Dora Calkin raise funds to help the firemer Auxiliary To Meet BARTON—The Auxiliary of!equipment truck." Barton,, Post 189, American 1 pay for their recently purchased FROSTBURG—The Beall Bam Lesion-will meet .Monday at fi'Boosfcrs Plan Meet p. m. .in the post home. Officers will be nominated. r, ... Boosters Association will mee this evening at the home of Mrs Myron Lehr, 134 Frost Avenue who states that this will be the final meeting of the year. A re port of the dance review held recently at (he high school be given. . ;• THE NEW LONG STRETCH PRODUCE MARKET Will BE OPEN FOS BUSINESS MAY 23rd HOURS—8:30 A.M. lo II P. M. MEMORIAl DAY HOWERS COMPUTE UNE OF FRUITS AND PRODUCE Eori Opel ond Af**l Mimck, M?il. JACKETS $2.50 Ideal for Golfing cFcsrland Motors SAFE BUY USED CARS 1956 Mercury „„,.,., 4 Dr. 9 Pail. Station Wagon. Green X While, fully Eo>p- .ped—One Owner. 1956 Mercury Cuilorn t>r. Sedan. Black i White. , Mercomatle Trans. Radio K Healer. An Extephonol Boy, 1855 Mercury^,.,,, Dr. Seda - Mercomt "One Ov. 1 Tone Blue — Rodlo, Heoler. A Car. 1955 Mercury Hardfop Coupe. Green A White. MercomaJic. Radio, Heater. One Owner Cor. 1955 Mercury , Door Sedan — Gr,«n — M.rcomal- • k — Rodio I Htottr. 1954 Mercury «o r Hardtop Ccupe. B!.t«itweer & Whi't«, Mefcomoti(—Radio & Ktatcr — Full/ Equipped. A _f.to\ Spotty tooting Cor. 1953 Mercury co^,,. ible. Persimmon—Merco malic. Radio, Heater, Electric Win. dow* £ Seal. Fully Reconditioned. 1951 Mercury « Sedan. BTue- and Overdriv Door Heater 1951 Chevrolet Delux SerJ.i. Sedan. 210 1950 Mercury 4 Door Sedan, Green. Radio, Heater and Over if live. 1949 Mercury Sedan. 2 Tone Ta> Rodio, Hearer, Ovl 4 Door ind Brown. drive. 1949 Mercury 4 Door Sedan. Blue. Rodio, Hearer and Overdrive. 1953 Siudebaker Blue. 2 Door Champion. S«dan. McFARLAND MOTORS Green St., Froilburg Phone 700 SANK TERMS SCHOOL MARKS MAY DAY—May Day ceremonies were observed recently at Barton Elementary School. Participants above include (1. to r.) Margaret Schramm, Chrisla Green, Steven Barber, Robert Keyes, Charles Sinilb, Bonita Timney, Richard Smith. Jennie Ana Preston, Norma Langham. Queen Phyllis Broadwater and her escort, James Kyle Sharon Gattens, Michael McCormick, Gail Griffith, Wayne Rounds, Lorraine Clark Charles Broadwaler, Karen Green and Bonnie Russell. 'eentown Dance n o Honor Beall Ugh Graduates FnOSTRURG—A dance honor- ig the 1957 graduates at Beall igh School has been planned by eentown for June 5. starting at 0 p. m. A floor show at 11 EvaReainNew Faculty Member. President Of Garrett Club ance Studio. The Billy Cassell rio will provide music. The floors will be cleaned and efinishcd before the graduation ance. Following the show, re-! reshments will be served b'y icmbcrs of the Adult Advisory OAKLAND—At a meeting of AtWVUToGive GradualionTftlk MORGANTOWN. W.Va.—Thir ty-six West Virginia high school Edward P. FUmigan Elected Head Of Mt. City Lions Club FUOSTBURG - Edward P. Flanigan was elected president of the Frostburg Lions Club at a ncelitig last night in the Happy Mils Farm restaurant on Route 40, west o[ Frostburg. Hussell Keister was named first vice president; Paul Larue. second vice president; Philip K. W. Harlig, third vice president; -.arry Shancr, secretary; William Rckharl; treasurer; T. J. O'Brine ion tamer and John Jenkins, tail twister. E. Burnett Van Fossen and George Griffith were named directors for one year and Allen Shrader and Joseph Kloslcnnan, two years. Jesse F. Jacobs gave a report concerning a tract of land which the club is considering in the !offmaii Bid Low On Dorm MOHGANTOWN Wl — Ray C. Spring area for develop- as a recreation area, ti unanimously decided to Sand menl was award a $25 United Stales savings bond to the outstanding senior music student at Deal High School at commcnccmen exercises this year. The winner will be selected by a committee composed o[ faculty members a the high school. the Business and Professional! 113 ™ invited West Virginia Uni- H was also decided that the Women's Club at the William-versity faculty members to de- elllb wiu purchase a secon. James Hotel, members elected feature students of the Dixon new officers for the year as fol- 1 lows: Mrs. Eva Ream, president; oard. Howard Duckworth, chairman f the board announced that Mr. nd Mrs. Ralph Bender have een named sponsors of the or- anizalion for the month of June. 3 ersons wishing to serve as haperones for one of the bi- •eekly dances may phone 511-R. Beginning June 12, dances at 'eentown will be held Wednes- ay and Saturday evenings in- tead of Fridays and Saturdays. On June 7 all students of the Eighth Grade will be permitted their first dance at This is called "Move o attend 'eentown. Up Night" and, as there are iver 200 students who will be iligible to become full-fledged •nembers, the advisory board may be forced to restrict attendance at future dances to local itudents only. Duckworth will he present at he "move up" dance to welcome new members to the organiza tion. The next meeting of the Mrs. Mary Browning, secretary and Mrs. Elizabeth McComas, reasurer. Installation will occur June 13. Retiring officers are Miss Coral McRobie, Mrs. Ream, Mrs. Cleda Stewart, secretary and Mrs. Mary McRobie, treasurer. Miss Coral McRobie and Mss Mary Louise Helbig served as delegates to the recent state convention in Frederick. Road Work Begins Over 18 miles of stale roads In the county are receiving surface treatment of oiling and chipping, it was announced by Edward P. Kahl, roads engineer. He listed 2.5 miles of Mary land Route 42, between Friendsville and the Pennsylvania line; 3.3 miles of Maryland Route 546, from Rotite 40 to Finzel; seven miles from • Accident to Keyser Ridge; 5.1 miles from Deep Creek to Hoyes Road and .65 mile from the junction of Route 135 to Weber Crossing, all on U. S. Route 219. Kahl said the 18.55 miles would require 54,275 gallons of asphalt and 3,041 tons of stone. The program is expected to take two liver commencement addresses to graduating classes this month it was announced today. The schools, together with speakers, include: R1DGELEY, Dr. Dolmas F. .Miller, associate Keyser, was low on the renovation Coffman, of )idder today of Davis Jiall, men's dormitory, at Potomac Stale College. Coffman entered a bid of $142,ill. Other bidders on the project or which $105,000 was appropriated by the 1957 Legislature included: W. A. Sherman of McLean, Va., $146,846: Thorington Construction Co. ot New Market, Va., $162,887, and Bain Construction Co, cf Keyser, $168,000. The bids were opened at West Virginia University by Dr. Jrvin Stewart, University president, and President K. K. Church cf Potomac State. Stewart said :hat the University Board of Governors has 30 days in which to accept or reject any of the bids. "walker" to be presented to tin Health Clinic for the use of per sons who have stifferediinjiiries to their feet or legs and need support in exercising. A similar "walker" was presented to the Potomac State is a branch of the university. However, Coffman's bid was in excess of the amount of money allocated for the project. He and the second low bidder. W. A. Sherman, McLean, Va., were asked to rcsubmit bids next Monday. board will be held in the club-h veoks ',, Providing weather is| rooms on June 4 at 7:30 p. m. " professor of education and principal of University High School; BAYARD, Maurice Brooks, professor of wildlife management; PIEDMONT, Dr. James H. Henning, head of the department of speech; ROMNEY, Capon Bridge and Elk Garden, Dean E. K. Feaster of the College of Education; FORT ASHBY, Dean Ray O. Duncan of the School of Physical Education and Athletics- PETERSBURG, Dean J. Ben Robinson, of the School of Dentistry; MATH1AS, Dr. J. P. Brawner, head of the Department of English. OES Will Entertain LONACONING— Martha Washington Chapter 10, OES. will entertain the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association ol Western Maryland at its regular meeting tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. A ceremom entitled "Past Matrons and Patrons," will be presented by the officers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reiber will preside. clinic over a year ago by the club. j Guests attending the meeting ast night were Harry Rcmvick of Grantsville, William France, :iearfield, Pa., and Charles Lewis, Eckhart. Brief Mention St. Michael's PTA will hold a meeting in the school auditorium at 8 to complete plans for a bazar to be held June 11, 12, 13 and 15. Manley Broadwutcr and his mother, Mrs. Peter Broadwalcr, Froslburg, and Mrs. Minnie Russell. Barton, are attending the funeral of James Hubert Garlitz at Fairmont, W. Va. Cub Scout Pack 30, sponsored by the College Laboratory School PTA, will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. jn. in the audio-visual room at Stole Teachers College. 'l~ll Calf CJ.ib To Meet The Allegany County 4-H Dairy Calf Club will meet today at 8 p. m. at the Court House. James B. Arnold, assistant county farm agent, said summer meetings and activities will be discussed. FOR SALE NEW AND MODERN RANCH TYPE HOMES 1 on Ormond Slreel 1 on Ml. Pleaionl Slrilt for mipection coll Froifbvrg 855 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. after 5:00 p.tn call 3-W or 258-M Broadwater Lumber Co. I Mile Weil Froilour] Tircsfon* FACTORY RETREADS 6:7<M5 $8188 "' h ="« SERVICE IN REAR DEZEN'S NEXT TO FBG. NAT. BANK 8 W. MAIN ST. fROSTBURO PHONE 1366 Mexico City, spent a recent da In Arlington. Emery Mowbray and Han Binns of Detroit spent sever days with Mrs. Elsie Mowbra and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Broa water have purchased the form Riggleman property from Mr. and Mrs. Homer Broadwater. Mrs. Ed Lavin, Frostburg, spent a recent evening with Mrs. Phyllis Howcll and family. Jr. GUAM Board Plans Meeting FROSTBURG — At the recent eighty-seventh annual convention of the Junior Order United American Mechanics in Baltimore City, Philip E. Keller, a member of Queen City Council 49, Cumberland, was elected to the office of state vice councilor. John F. Fatkin, state councilor and a mem- be.- of Mt. City Council II, Frostburg. presided over the business session of the two day event which saw many resolutions per- laining to the Immigration Laws and Free Public School System, introduced and passed by the state body. At the annual dinner, which is held the evening of the first day session. Congressman DeWitt S. Hyde from the Sixth Congressional Dislrict was principal speaker. Boys and girls from the Orders' Orphan Home in Le.xing ton, N. C., gave a program of singing and dancing. The highlight of second day activities was the memorial service under direction of Aaron W. Bean, a member of Mt. City .Council 11 and a national representative of the order. Other members attending the state session from this area were: Kichard Hotchkiss, Hope Council 30. Midland, Earl Dohm, Union Council 146, Lonaconing; Joseph Davis, Star Council 36, Barton; Walter Hartman, Queen City Council 49, Cumberland: William Btickalew, Freedom Council 123, Froslburg; john W. Timmons and Arthur S. Meek both mem- >,crs of Mt. City Council II. The first state board meeting will be held in the Hotel Gunter here Saturday at 8 p. m. E. Willis Lamorcau of Acme Council 101, Baltimore City, who was elected state councilor, will attend. Father-Son Dinner Held At Frosllmrg FROSTBURG — One hundred favorable. There are approximately 163 miles of state roads within the county. Sch « lulcd and 26 persons attended the fath- "y Library Group cr-son dinner held in the lecture room of First Methodist Church ast night in honor of the basket>all squad which played in the Nearer Memorial Church League his year. Rev. Edivard A. Godsey, toastmaster, introduced Harry Baker, coach, and the members of the earn. He also presented the six- young ladies who are members of the Cheerleader Club. The later assisted the Mothers Club vith serving of the dinner. Following the meal group sing- ng was led by Arthur Thomas. Church choir leader. Mrs. John ves accompanied him at the piano and Varner Carpenter showed several reels of comic film. FROSTBURG — A nominating committee will present its report at a meeting of the Frostburg Public Library Association in the health room of City Hall at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Officers for the coming year will be elected and two new directors will be named. Following the election a short 1 business meeting will be held. ! Fnjured In Fall WESTEHNPORT — Mrs. Mary McGowan, 519 Maryland Avenue, injured her right arm at the wrist when she fell in the living room ot her home. The fracture was reduced at Potomac. Valley Hospital, Keyser. j For Sale: Standard Pool table) and accessories. Universal Gasj Range. Good Condition. Phone Frostburg 1134. j Adv.—N-T-May 23 NEW Spring Patterns WALLPAPER LEMMERT BROS, PAINT AND HARDWARE 149 E. MAIN ST. PHONE 360 "28 "Yeats of Service" For Rent: Three new ground; floor apartments, no steps, utili-' ties furnished. $10.00 a week.' Phone Frostburg 1374-M. Appiy" 233 E. Main Street. Adv.—N-T-May 23 PALACE AIR CONDITIONED Thur. - Fr - Sat. The Kettles on Old MacDonahf s Farm Marjorie Main Parker Fennelly aiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiutiiiiuiiifiifiitiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiu IVISIT •tf*l 'AJ* SPORTSWEAR SHOP I FOR PRETTY FUN CLOTHES I Drive Nets 8185.47 MIDLAND — Tiie cancer fund campaign in Midland and Gil- = more netted $183.47, according to = Mrs. Clement Stalccm, captain ofl= the dTive. ~ MEN'S WORK SHOES Outside Counter $6.95 value for ^3.95 J. B. Shannon & Go, FROSTBURG W. Giv. S S H Green Stomp. SHORTS PEDAL- PUSHERS SKIRTS BLOUSES JACKETS CAR COATS THEIR FASHIONS ;] AREN'T EXPENSIVE 8 THEY ONLY LOOK | THAT WAY! ;„ . ., of Frostburg = ^iiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiii.imiiiiiiiiMmiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiT. '1 SPECIAL VALUES Special values from Maurices! Guaranteed to save you money. Here are timely-wonted items—On sole F/ostburg Store. But hurry as quantities are limited. Men's T-Shirts Special put thai* of man's whit* knit T-jhTrt*. Mad* to government ipeaf ice tiani In ittei X5 - S - M I. Slight iriigular*. 2 For 1.00 Kitchen Towels 4 For B.aulilu! "Cannon" kilchen towel« in bold brighr colart. large itcc— wonderfully made —• OuanKly Lirmtecf— So Hurry. Men's Denim Slacks Men'i lanforiied denim ilaikj for "4 f\f\ work or play. Colon are fad.d 1 UU blue - grey - and brown. Sil.t I ,00 29 lo 38. Voluot lo 2.6». | Girls' Slips Well-tailored glilt' ilipi In tati 3-6x and 7-14. Polished col fan, tTered iVirt, Vihltt only. Voluti lo 1.99 each. j.39 TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! LADIES DUSTERS and TOPPERS Ladies! Here is your chance to save. Well made rayon faille and linen dusters in all the important colors—and rayon gabardine toppers. Sizes for juniors-misses-and women. Your choice at-this wonderfully low price. But hurry—they won't last long at this price. Men's Jewelry A ipecial group of men's tie bar ond <ut( link tell. Beoulifully made—each iel boxed—in o variety oF itylci. Values To 2.00 per let. .00 Girls' Pajamas Ctrl*' summer baby doll paiamot in siiei 4 to 14, At torrid prints. SanForiied. .59 Ladies' Blouses Ladici' new k(eevel«ti bloutti in bofS pallet* and whilei. Afl com* ptelcly waihabTe. Sizes 31 To 33, 2 for 1.90. C Ladies' Skirts A special group ol Indiei' tVirti in bolh lolia- colon and prlnTj. Stiei 11 la 73. Value priced al 1.39 anil 1.97. OUTSTANDING VALUES! LADIES SUMMER SHOES You'd never expect to find such shoes ot this low, low price. Yes—every type wedge and flat is here and in styles to flatter you. Sizes 4 to 9—your choice at this price. We made a special purchase and are passing the savings on to you. But hurry—they won't lost long. NEW STORE HOURS: Daily 9:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. - Saturday 9:30 A. M. to 9 P. M. Use Our Easy Lay-Away Plan or Your Charge Account 1-

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