Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 24, 1957 · Page 11
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FROSTBURG . Ami iri-$<<i<<> Area i\<>iis (11) Evening Times, Friday, May 21, 1957 Senior Wins Three Awards At Hyndman Ann HYNDMAN' — Elizabeth Thomas carried oil three a at Die fifth annual commence- Final PTA Meet Staged In Keyset- High Andilorium KKVSER-Tlic ICeyser Parent- Teacher Association held its final meeting of (he year recently in "'Sh School auditorium. Petersburg ~ Lions Elect New Officers PETKRSBURG — The Peters- Je * n Thomas 'Miss Lonacdniiig* Reported For Willi , '» V LOKACONIN'G — Good Volunteer Firo Company sponsoring the' "Miss ing" of Homecoming Week test. Girls sixteen years or UIUL-I•: may enier the contest until June •i. Wreck ';iCAP Equipment !J MOORKKIBLD - A I transceiver belonging HVNi'-:! 1 ,- biss. i". i.-nii'. I'ifi '/:;:,, l Wbrs. ;".«i'.';i- oy wii) s-:-.c Memorial LY . Isiyant will acj . well as be:n. Iring squad. f'or y chicle Checkup In W. Va. CI'A.'il.IvSTON, W. Va. W Vest Virginia's annual safety '.: "S 1C. u:vjl- '"r r:f C".- v J iniiin ;s Harry T. Ritc'h- s j;;ii'.'u ? c cjir'invan ''' , U ° be ;' 1 n W ' '"'- v '' M" 1 " 1 ' Volwios Comniis" _ as marshal-sis ;1 oner Joseph P. Condry an- m charge of Ihe TOUnc . ed tod ' y Paul V " Evans under a change in regulations, At Ml. Savage MT. SAVAGE-Slairway to thfl" moon with dancing dolls in gold and while tiered gowns will be a ior-Scnior Prom — _. — ^Unto be held To-' burg Lions Club held 50 - watt ["«"•?*.».'> 1.1 JJC-JUII£J1I£ (0 ttlC ,• . ~ " Three contcslants lo date areiMoorefield Squadron of the Civil " 1g S(|U: Miss Peggy Stakcm, 17; .MissJAir Patrol was damaged fay a -|»» ^vc as bugler with Ksrt J. ,„ oxtcnsion'^Lont^w'to " 1Rr * iglt( —- - Marlcne Wilson, 18, and Misspelt thrown throush-the window ^ ap Jr ' I"™"""'!! "« ^ho. The lhc dcadljjlc for l|lis p i,, s p cc .l p< * k Mills •"'chcstra which will servers rr.m« I'"" 01 ' gllai ' d and fmn i! sl » ua ' J will tions. Condry said. Under existing' 1 "' 0 ™ 10 lhe milsi(; 'or dancing. pOSt IllCJllbCfS. ••nMnlnir- n-_ _. iii . i 11 will lir« cmifi l\i< r.^n.-n *r..-_i. 18, 16. students night from 8:30 lo 11:30 at Mt. Savage High School. -, ,. The theme. "Son" tor a Sum 1 -' jjnier N'ighc." will be played by uj ;) at oi nieirt ol Hyndman -I.ononderry!,,. ' crs mslalled were Robciltanmial election ot officers High School in the new building!'' ls(Icr ' President; Ccroulci Kline-' fjrtVcdncsday nigtil, ' v jValley High School. Anyone who .wishes to register as a contestant grounds . , vcr, first vice president; Mrs. Miss Thomas received a medal! for first scholastic honors, a 525' b'<nd from Ihe Hyndman Lions' Club (or best exemplifying the' l.ion ideals and a $5 award from! the Ladies Auxiliary of OscarJ,, Jordan Post 7375, Veterans of: S Foreign Wars for the highest av-i eragc in problems of democracy.) Marlcne l.oivery won lire cili-|^ t 'o zenship prize offered by the Bod-jb c Knoll, rding secretary; Parker k, treasurer and Mrs. Harry corresponding secretary. n,- • -,,. Rcl ™ S ° fflljcrs "• Pr >'***. ™ ^' mnual election of officers at a| may sjgn „ a , KicWlorn ., Funli . : cg U lar meeting this week in the , urc s t ore . V Potomac Edison Hermitage Hotel, Jellye Simmons was president succeeding Loy Judy. The following were also elected: First vice president. Richard store or at namcdiSchool office. Ihe Valley High ioetz. squadron commander. «- KeVo T. I H *?"*• "T ported damage in excess of W.^arch ™ a f "ri T^ A ' This is the second limo vamlaU. J"^. , dl . J '. 3 ? a -..'"•. l!ie P ar " beci Smith; second vice president, K.lmen's armory. A musical pro- C. Vanmetcr Jr.; third vicelgram will be planned for enter- president. Charles All; secrelary- include Mrs. president for p . (ijiramcm, i^uiiiie^ rtu; M-L'I eiary- 1 aul lverson,j, reasurc| . John .M cDona id. |j on . ' easu V ' Ce , prcsldcnl a !} d Mrs ' tamer. Dr ,opplcmur,, sec ' Reggie C. II. Smith Park. and tail ____ ..... Elected fo The Homeroom Mothers of the ford chapter of the Daughters of, Die American Revolution. Judith) ,> T . , ... , , Sluby received a medal for sec-: , ,, T , Ued " esda y afternoon - - i«t the high school. „ --- HVI4ICI-, i,. a. i-arn. ticciccl M ac ! l ,T™°"^' for u ™- year ter!ns on lhe boartl of directors were John Hyre and Herman Parsons. Elected for cmd scholastic honors and Wendell Augusta Thomas received • cboktslio honorable iru'nticin. tainmenl. for . Many events are being planned dovvned aircraft to the .oca, radta'Sc,, Homecoming Week and all residents of Lonaconing —«-...; ui vfincii; u tes, as well as grade school chil- inspection stations. ,, .- - • !-" a " l(;l! ' chairman, presided andi Carlton Swishcr. second; one year were Mrs. 1. W. anri Lou-ell Alt. . are being sent invitations to visi Ineir hometown for the celebration June 30 through July 6 for a dren. Cars will be provided for ~, " War Russel Hedrick week of parades, band concerts, , , street carnival, dances, contests ' »*^.« If. G. Munt/.ing of Moorclield. Lloyd G. Keller, supe _..,.ji vising principal, presented the awards. Clitton Oose. president of the Hyndman - Londonderry Joint .School Board, presented diplomas to lhe 37 members of the graduating class. Imre Kwacs of .\cu- York. ,---.... ^.U11L,/,1 .."Ill^Jltl, StCOIHI I - , jvicc president, reported tot lhc.* 11 " ' s a member ol lhc Stale '* 1 "' < ' ha '»» a ii «'ould he and reunions. Church Events Set fn conjunction with the home- I at a later date by the PTA "esutcnt. ! , [Legislature from Hardy County. ln . con ) unc '"> n «'"«' the home™^^ 8 avc a general discussion of thc^ m ' n f the Woman's Auxiliary o! lation. Goeti poinled out that lhe dam- iroperty and the vandals IB subject lo federal prosecution. - ^.,,,.,, s Senior members of the CAP march are requested to reno :quadn ••--•- . I. .. . » Armed recent session and developed the topic on "Gelling A Bill Through SL Pcler F"™P Riven. Members! d centerpiece for" 1 Mineral County f:i Two e" esls of the clul > »' cre .. attendance. L. B. Maynard. gay, June s and Rev - Robcrl J ™ cs . 'the church church will serve a picnic dinner on the lawn of St. Peter's Church on Monday, July l. A bake sale will be held Satur by the auxiliary ol A vestry dinner will S. Arnold was Icnge of Being An American." inducted as a new member. The newly elected nfii: ui living mi nmmcan. i r -i , . Student orators were Marione! " appreclaUon of the ho ' v ', • , „ ^ j • ... r , Loucrv. c!a< S present- Came °i ors rcceivcd ^ the KHS foolbaUi he '^tailed during the f,rsl on Ileircad and H'S J or d an i !pam - 0 "<= member was selected, 1 ™*""* o[ tfe c1ub ln Jul >'' Invocation and benediction were '.° asslit llie AIu nini Association Klwanlans Meet given by ficv. C. E. Miller. pas-' in lhe sen-ing of refreshments; The Petersburg Kiwanis Club tor of Hyndman Evangelical' to '' ie seniors during the dance: held its regular weekly meeting United Brethren Church. Aluminum Storm Windows $14,95 546,00 lMdl- Hasiing Awnings ARTHUR BOND tonight. at the Hermitage Hotel. The club observed National Music Week and a number of musical selections were presented by various church groups. Noah James Wampler. son of B. Wampler of the Groups To Alppi \VESTE51NPOP.T—The Training I'nion and Sunday School Councils will meel at First Baptist Church Monday al 7 and 6 p. m., respectively. '[two accordion solos. He also ; accompanied Rev. Wampler at ---- .... „„.,..*,, [ne cnurcn. A veslrv dinner will - » ,^ apllst be held Monday evening. June 3. at Emmanuel Church, Cumberland. for the advisory board of St. Peter's Church at 6:30 p. m. Saturday, a chartered bus from St. Peter's Church will take a large group to the diocesan fami ly picnic at Claggett Center Buckeystown. leaving at 3 a. m They will participate in the picnic from 11 a. m. until 4 p. m. took 20 cadets to the Forces Day celebration at Andrews Air Force Base near Vashington and voted the Navy's 31ue Angels jet precision team as the best of the show, followed >y a team of helicopters perform- ng a square dance. Goetz reports that arrange- Tients have been completed for the dance, tomorrow night at the ftfoose home, jointly sponsored 3y the CAP and lhe Moose. Proceeds from the dance will be used fo send cadets to summer encampments. of . dedica - . l Brethren Church, presented tlion of Ihe altar on the hillside and the presentation ot the Chil dren's Lenten offerings. Rogation Sunday will be observed this weekend with Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. ..SPECIAL.. Women's $196 Playsfioes • Values up to $3.95 CONDON'S A SHOE STORE FROSTBURG PHONE 890-J GIFTS FOR THE NEW BABY From The Very Pretty To The Practical KIDDIE TOWNE A SPECIALTY SHOP FOR CHILDREN NINE EAST MAIN ST. line piano in presenting a vocal Mrs. Briel Mention Agnes J. Mackey, West Main Street, suffered a slroke al BOYS We Con Fit Them All • REGULAR • HUSKY • SLIM 5i:.i 6 lo It HOHING'S MEN'S WEAR — BOff WEAR 11 Host Main St. PKon. Froitbuio, 721 ,°' ,./ u ' e Meth 'her home and was admitted odisi Church rendered one num-] Mincrs u ospUa | jn F ros ( bur g ber and a mixed quartet from Mrs . Janws w . Hutcheson un- tne same group also gave axemen! an operation and is hos- number. The program was underipi| a ij ze d in Room 403, Memorial the sponsorship of the Kiwanis Hospital. committee on support of M rs . Bessie Barclay has been churcilcs - ill at her home on Douglas Ave The club will hold a general nue the past week. auction sale tomorrow afternoon — for the benefit of (is funds on'Mrs. Robert iMcAIpine underprivileged children. boys-Tr?.!, m i T i-. and girls work and industrial " "' Teach 111 France promotion. A large variety o! [home and farm supplies, donated 'locally, will be sold. Dodge-PIymouifi Sales & Service Frosiburg Auto Go, Phone 350 - 351 "THE HOUSf OF COLSJESr" FOR OV£R 30 TEARS , . Edwin Fletcher ot Elkins was a guest of the club. Program Held The annual emblem breakfast f the Petersburg Business and Women's Club was FROSTBURG - Mrs Roberl „ _ , . ul , ^ uuleliin ^ nur McAlpmc will leave New York Cumberland and de!e»ales aboard the steamship "Liberte 1 tomorrow to join her husband Pfc. Robert McAIpine, who ha. been stationed with the U. S Army at Orleans, France sine January, 1957. - >v.,i. liiluu^ll II1U w II1UU\\ 1,, , . . the Ground Observers Corps ""^fr lildine on Ihn hi.h ^h^.i ^ composed of luilding on lhc liigji tbis w-cek. school 1J " T ,^"\'r al;lJ -V n |1UM ™ c " mrs .: regulation they »-ould"!i a v"e"to"be K wil1 bc sm S by Fayc Majk- William f J ' n, 11 """ 3 ' P a J' 1>al ' adc Wl " completed in lhe July 1-Sept. 30 wood - • Junior Class socretary*.'- 101 m on Second Avenue, near period. 1 Turquoise, white and gold jffgrl After the slagsercd plan has lhe c " l or s selected by the juniors" n in effect for a year, car own- ' or " lc occasion. lave ''di^l^^:^^"^' wrj; - laving broken into the airportidirected bv Arch L su>wari \Tn 0 " "'5 annlvcrsar V °' ltle mspcc-'c«i«r me lobby from the right: ast winter to break furniture'cxpected to hp in ^ r' , da(e s!lo "' n on lhe P r euous : side of the main doors where a scattering records. During ! niarch will be tbe VFW Jri "\, I y ?. r ' S , wmdshicld slicter - garden path will wind ;;. .... « ;n .]arcn win beliie \hu and Aux-. C'ondrv said 'This plan is ex-! left through dogwood ending at he past two months prankstersin a y vndman Volu ailed in a Talsc report of alDepartmcnt : due back Tor inspection- Those attending the dance will ' of the inspec- icn 'er the lobby from the right: to spread the inspections 1 ^ arch of roses. "~ for the ton-S Table decorations will consist •ncrs and lhe of dancing silhouettes encircled All servicemen desiring "As it is now, everyone crowds »« '<> ™> the garages tllast two in angel hair and roses. Lace wrought iron seats and chairs will make un Ihe "arrlcn .own's main streets, a salule all An order which is being pre- Ihe Hyndman Grade School ser- pared will call for all vehicles Viccmen's memorial on Schells-;olher than Class A automobiles lo Burg btreet and thence to the inspected between July l and Sent bolclicrs Monument in the ceme-;3. Automobile inspection is tery for memorial services. planned as follows- Hey. C. E. Miller, pastor of| From Oct. 1 through Oct 31 Evangelical United Brethren cars with license plates from I to Church, will give lhe invocation. 100.000; Nov. 1-30 license elates ll/'nnie LJoi-t.n>.i :,., ._?-*_ _. ., ,- „--._. |Ji«i^o Area Churchmen To Attend Meet FHOSTBURG - Hev. William J. Yingling. pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and Upton B. Edwards, lay delegate of the Ihe post home at 3 a. m. Thejpublic „ "-'- route svill include Ihe'nol rushed do as thorough a job for cou 'd " the* were •* "*-" 1 - , vines will enlwine the arch\v{ay^:: , " ---- — • •"-—"«•- uennis Harbert. immediate past , , from 100.001 to 200 000- Dec 1-31 post commander, will present thejlicense plates from'20000! to 300- speaker. Rev. H. B. Rittenhouse, 000; Jan. 1-31. license plates fron'i pastor of Central Christian 300.001 lo 400,000; February, all Church of Hyndman. 'numbers above 400000 In Ihe even! of rain memorial , — services will be held in lhe Hvnd-: Trl «„ r ., , man-Londonderrv High School " C In Alaska I LONACON'IXC - Airman 3-c all veterans in^erald D. Frost left Washington man-Londonderry u " lat Hyndman Cemetery will be decorated with nags by J. Mason Kerr, assisted by Floyd G. Kite. Divenbiss also stated that the this week for Great Fails. Mont., where he will spend several days Ji> oi me tvangcii-. , ,: •«"««•«». lucm-.c-nroute lo Seattle and will leai Synod at the Luth- £' rs , of ? he auj "''ary will sell in;j n two weeks for a tour of dul ;ica! Seminary alti!£, ™ sl " es s .* str '5 t "-hile ihejin Alaska. Both airmen are soi a., Monday through!, ,1 acouls - wl11 conduct a house- of Mr. and Msr. W. C. Trosl •- . j_.-u«.uiuj, ja_j uciegilLi; (Jl llie " «JMJVVU tuai tuci p fCUU church will atlend the 133th an-' 110 ?. 1 5 ann ual Buddy Poppy salc'ljoned nual convention of the Evangcli-l, be held lomo cal Lutheran Sy lh °~ "' "•" -- :l: - eran Theoiogic; __ _, . Gettysburg, Pa., Monday throug Thursday. During the Synod, officers for the coming year will be elected, committees will be appointed and reports from this year's committees and officers will be received. his brother, Airman 2-c •cddie Ray Frost who is sta- at Havre AFB. He is Mem-.cnroute to Seattle and will leave ity sons Three new congregalions will i>e officially received and welcomed into Ihe Synod Tuesday evening, and on Wednesday a number of new ministers will be ordained. Rev. Russell E. F. Church, Cumberland; Rev. William R. S n y d e r, St. Luke's Lutheran Church; Rev. John F. Sammel, of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Cumberland and delegates representing the laymen of each o! these churches will also attend Synod. to-house canvass. On Sunday the post and auxiliary will attend church services at Central Christian Church at 11 a. m. The VFW, local officials and other patriotic organizations have and residents to display flags on Memorial Day. — Mrs, McAIpine will arrive at held in the main dining room ofjLeHavre Thursday and go direct' Ihe Hermitage Hotel. The break-!to Orleans where she has accepi-i fast is an annual event held in'ed a position as music specialist- May of each year when new in Orleans Elementary School for: oilicers are installed. |the school term beginning in Miss Bess Mohl was inducted September, 1D58. as the president and the following 'officers were also inslalled: Vice ^president. Mrs. Iris Parsons; re- secrelary, Mrs. Ruth She is the former Janel Rice,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank- GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER Frostburg TV Sales & Service Phone 418-J lin Rice of Kreidersville, Pa.. , d and has been doing substitute McCormick; corresponding sccrc-!' eac h' n S "' Kreidersville since tary. Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell andi her husband left for France. treasurer. Miss Fanny Dyer. The! irslallation ceremony was inj ch.irge of .Mcryle Dawson, Buck-i hannon. who is serving as dis-] trict chairman. i ; A musical program featured solos by Mrs. Joan Roberts,! accompanied by Mrs. J. M. K. Reid. The emblem was explain-i cd and commented on. by Mrs. : Fostie Sites Smith. ; : The dii'.inp roam wns decorated with spring flowers for the • occasion and small favors in the form of miniature lawn chairs i were presented by the hosts., _ (Twenty-three members were!— [present and following the mcct-'_ ting tbe group attended services^ 'in a group at the Petersburg;:: Methodist Church. Guests. in| = addition to Mrs. Reid, were Mrs.l = T. P. From and Mrs. C. C. God-jH love. Arrangements were in E charge of Mr.v. George Moomau.jH For Sate-. Coal-oil range in finej= condition — George Wade — RD 1. Box 69. Adv.—N-T-May 24 Peonies For Sale. .Mrs. Charles Welsh. Walnut St. Extd., \Yest- ernport. Phone 2-1362. Adv. N-T May 24-25 Chrysler Plymouth Sates & Service Morton's Garage fROSrSURG Phone 300 BUILDING SUPPLIES Neilson Bros. McCulloh St. Phone Frostburg 429 SVI LEAVE Club Entertained ELLERSLIE - The Ellrolie i. H Club met recently al the'jjj lome of Carolyn and Darlene'f Faulkner. Miss Myrna Miller.|| and'" 4-ni president, was in 'charge members repeated the pledge. Fourteen members .._ _ present. Carolyn Faulkner gave|| a demonstration on how lo set ai& table properly and refreshments!! were served by the hostesses |fm:« YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DECORATION DAY FLOWERS Gladiolus • Carnations Roses • Potted Fkwers FLAGS OF ALL SIZES CHARLIE HILL'S NEWS STAND PHONE 205 FROSTBURff "A 'I- • PALACE Air Conditioned FRI-SAT The KETTLES on Old Mac Donald's FARM MARJORIE MAIN PASKER - FENNElir Headquarters for KEM TONE PAINTS O..r 300 lhaJts lo chooi, from nux«d lo youi color choici. "Welch Repuiiiny Our Specialty" Burns Department Store 22 Moin Si. lonocomns Plion. HO 3-3411 BUILDING MATERIALS SLEEMAN'S Phone 318 Frostburg WEEK-END SPECIALS FIRST FLOOR ITEM OF THE MONTH New Modern...Kromex KAKOVER ROTARY POWER MOWERS For Sale: 2 Hollywood Beds — Practically new — reasonable. Call Granlsville 43611 after 5:00 p. m. Adv.—N-T-May 22-23-2-1 ALL SIZES - REASONABLY PRICED i STOP IN AND LOOK THEM OVER I • HAVE ONE LAID AWAY - § • RENT ONE or • BUY ONE 1 LIBERAL TRADE-IN ON i YOUR OLD MOWER - = McFARLAND MOTORS i I TERMS '" G ;L s :>r ibu ' TERMS 1 ; r.Tp. f\^' -" i? iTJ ' . **i t/filll-lf!^.-^ TIME! Moylag'i roomy, tquati aluminum Tub tioldi noTi ^lorhti, kcepi water Kor l&nger. MONEY! Moytog it buill to loir. -You'll s«i many ixTra yian of trouble - fie* performance. THE DURST CO. 2 E. Main St., Frostburg Phone 265 Sparkling GUOSS and YOUR CLOTHES! rr^Z^T' WAM-S, WOODWORK i WEHLER'S 1 €. Mam if. FroilSurg 1 Phone 562-W i ail Onfy Maying hai Gyrafoo woihing Q<lion, ll'i thaiou t>uT genlU . . . woth dirT ovj?. 3 Models priced from $139.95 to $189.95 Va OFF on a quart by Bradley *8 95 to $ 12 95 Slip into » Bradley . . . and out of door* Holmes & Co. LONACONING We give S &H Green Stamps SECOND FLOOR LINOLEUM Goldseat or Armstrong 6 and 9 ft. Wide SPECIAL 79$ sq. yd. 8 PLAY GYM SET 2" Steel Tubing Nylon Bearings SPECIAL *19 88 set Streamlined Design • Sun Ray Aluminum Handsome, modeirn styling' fn o practical new utensil.' 1 Attractive glasi plate. Will cover most any size cake...,. REG. $1.98 BASEMENT CLOSET COMBINATION A Real Bargain a) (less seat) 2 Ply-45ib, RUBEROID ROOFING SPECIAL *2 19 roll

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