Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 12, 1952 · Page 14
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I ItOSTIt I 114. - KE YSEtt And Tri-State A rea N ews (14) Evening Times, Tuesday, February 12, 1952 Potomac State Classes To Pick Prettiest Coeds Election Sponsored Annually By Staff Of School Yearbook KEYSER, W. Va. — The annual election of the Sophomore and Freshman Belles will bft held tomorrow to select the most beautiful girl of each class at Potomac State School. The election is sponsored by the Catamount, college yearbook, and pictures of the Belles will be featured on full pages in the publication. Every regularly enrolled student i permitted one vote for each position at the ballot box in-the main hal of the Administration Building. The two members of Sigma Iota Chi Sorority selected by Phi Sigma Nu. Fraternity are Jean Hickman sophomore, and Norma Jean Stark freshman. Miss Hickman is a medi cal secretarial major and the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs, E. P. Hickman Oakland. She is vice president o: Medi-Scl CJiub, vice president of thi 4-H Club, and social chairman o: the Woman's Residence Council a Reynolds Hall. The candidate attended high schools in Harrisville and Oakland. Miss Stark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Stark, Petersburg, is pursuing a medical secretaria course. A graduate of Petersburg High School, she is a member of the Womans Athletic Association anc treasurer at Reynolds Hall. Delores Smith and Joanne Haynes members of Kappa Delta Psi Sorority, are the sophomore and freshman choices of Phi Kappa Omega Fraternity. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, Route 1, Keyser Mis? Smith is majoring in pre- nursing. She is a cheerleader, business manager of the Pasqulno, a member of Singers and the Women's Athletic Association, and a graduate of Fort Ashby High School. Miss Haynes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haynes,.Clarksburg. Aside from her membership in the sorority', she is on the Pasquino staff and in Players Club. She is a graduate of Washington Irving High School, Clarksburg, and is a gener*] secretarial major here. The Eta Upsllon Gamma candidates chosen by Theta Sigma Chi fraternity are Wilrna Stuth, sophomore, and Helen Yoder. freshman. Miss Stuth is enrolled in the general secretarial course and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Stuth.' Fairmont. She is president of the Residence Association at Reynolds Hall, a member of Players Club and on the" Catamount staff. Miss Yoder is also a general secretarial major. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yoder, Pinto, .Bhe is a graduate of Allegany High School, Cumberland, and is a cheerleader. Don't Miss RUB1NOFF The Famous Violinist at Beall High School Wednesday, Feb. 13th at 8:15 P. M. General Admission $1.80 -Club Members Hare Tickets- TMi Ad eourleiy M. 8ROADWATER IUMBER COMPANY Route 40 WHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT Mont To Speak At Club Dinner Yoemen Plan Dance At Keyser Next Week KEYSER, W. Va.—Tommy Mont, backfield coach of University of Maryland's football team, will speak at the Yoeman's Club George Washington Birthday dinner-dance Thursday, February 21, in the Moose Home he*e.' Monf is a former Allegany High School, Cumberland; University" o Maryland" and Washington Redskin quarterback. Dr. C. E. Montgomery !s in chargi of arrangements. The ticket committee is comprised of Calvin Me- Coole, W. H Orndorff, Jack Bosle.y Raymond Stafford and Jack Geohegan, for Keyser, and W Carlisle Fisher, Piedmont. The event is being limited to 7; couples Dr. Montgomery reports The dinner is scheduled for 6:30 p m. and the dance from 9 p. m. to midnight. The Aces of Oakland wil furnish music. Letter Takes Three Days To Go Nine Miles Fire Company Sets Meeting At Mt. Savage MT. SAVAGE — An important business meeting of the Mt. Savage Volunteer Fire Company will be held tomorrow at 8 p. m. in the fire hall. The fire company will sponsor a social in the hall today at 7:45 p. m. Recently the ladies auxiliary held .a card party for the benefit of a KEYSER.. W. Va.—Although Sat-1 new fire urday was the deadline for filing candidacies for the May primaries in Mineral County, another was announced today. Court House authorities said the mail this morning brought the petition of Beaulah Watts. The papers showed that she filed her candidacy for candidate to the Republican County Executive Committee from Welton District in proper time Saturday before Justice of the Peace A. H. Metcalf. While the letter containing her candidacy was cancelled Saturday at the Ridgeville post Office, it did not get delivered until this morning. It was indicated that she qualified after the rural carrier had picked up the mail at Ridgeville Saturday and the letter was not received from the carrier at the Keyser Post Office until last night. Health Nurse To Speak At Luke LUKE—Miss Margaret Neumann state health nurse, will speak at the meeting of the Luke Parent-Teacher Association in the school auditor- urn tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Miss Neumann's talk on "The Health Of The School Child," will be followed by a discussion, A skit, "A Rainbow," will be given by members of Girl Scout Troop 1, n observance of PTA Founder's 3ay. After the meeting a pie social will be held. Square Dance Club Will Convene Tonight KEYSER, W. Va.—Another in he winter series of square dances jeing sponsored by the Allegheny Mountain Square Dance Club will e held today at 8:30 p. m. in Rider's Place, Junction of U. S. loutes 50 and 220. Callers will be Joseph Blundon f here and Al Schlnabart of Bur- ngton. A number of Cumberland- rs have indicated they will be pres- nt. FOR SECURITY regularly with this friendly bank. tROCTBURGNOTIONAlBANK Founders Day Program Set At Cresaptown CRESAPTOWN — The Parent- Teacher Association of Cresaptown School will sponsor a Founders Day program Thursday at 8 p. m. at the school. Teachers will be in their rooms to confer with parents from 7:15 p. m. to 8 p. m. Rehearsal Set The Young Adults of Cresaptown Methodist Church will practice tomorrow at 7 p. m. for the musical to be presented March 5 in the social hall. • The WSCS of the church will me.et today at 7:30 p. m. in the social hall. Brief Mention Carol Gearhart returned home from Allegany Hospital, after an operation. Mrs. John Barncord is ill at her home on Vocke Road. Mrs. Violet Ellis and daughter, Clara Mae, visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Catherine Coelho, Norfolk, Va, Mrs. Mary McKenzie retunred iome from Allegany Hospital and s improving. William Smith of Canaan Valley, W. Va., is improving at the home of his sister, Mis. Alice Winter. The following were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Morgan; Mrs. Effle Mathias,* Mr. and Mrs. George Mathies, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engle of Altoona, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Morgan and son, of Tyrone, Pa.; Ylrs. Letta Belle Davison and Linda Rose Willard of Baltimore and Kenneth Baldwin of Lancaster, Pa. David Patton of Washington visited his mother, Mrs. Bessie Pat- Mr, and Mrs. Harry Wright and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wiles in Terra Alta, W. Va. Ernest Stoner of Hagerstown visited his family here. Alvin Morgan of Tyrone, Pa., is •isiting his grandparents, Mr. and vlrs. F. H. Morgan. Donald Kldwell is ill at his home. Pfc. Walter Cecil returned to :amp in Alabama after visiting his jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cecil, Brant Road. W. T. Lewis and sister, Miss Dora Lewis, visited Mr. and Mrs. John, Saris in Washington. I Mr. and Mrs. W. Frankhouser 01, 'arkersburg, W. Va., are visiting j vlr. and Mrs. Harold Frankhouser at he Broad water Apartment. | Mrs. Harry Frankenberry and YOURS FOREVER IN Sterling by Stic If LAD/ CLAIRE''Delicate expression of grace and dignity p-Q; • • HAND ENGRAVED 3 piece Starter Setting $18.27 Price /nc/ucfes Federal Tax Jeffries Bros. Jewelers Open Saturday Till 9 PM Broadway Frostburg Prizes for 500 went to Mrs, Roy Deffenbaugh, Mrs. Daniel Bridges, Mrs. Joseph Fan n on, Thomas Hughes, Joseph Crowe and David Crump. Setback prize winners were Mrs. Herbert Werner, Mrs. Eugene Miller, Mrs. Grover Green, Henry Lutz, Joseph .Fannon and Charles Crowe. Mrs. Doris Crowe was in charge of arrangements. Brief Mention Mrs. Howard Rizer is to Akron, Ohio, visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Green-, ing. Mrs Greening is a surgical patient in a hospital in Akron. Thomas Lancaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lancaster, and Ronald Lancaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lancaster, are at Fort George G. Meade following their induction into the service. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poland have returned from Laurel where they visited their son-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Rourke and Sgt. and Mrs. Fred Rogan. Another daughter, Miss Janet Poland, returned to the University of Maryland, College Park, where she is a student, after visiting her parents. Miss Rosemary Lancaster is a patient in the Allegany Hospital Cumberland. Mrs. Raymond Kirby is a patient in Allegany Hospital, Cumberland Robert Womack, Alexandria, Va. is spending a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walsh. Miss Mary C. Campbell, faculty member of Randallstown School spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Campbell. Prize winners at the card party held recently by the Ladies Auxiliary of Old Rail Post No. 6025, Veterans of Foreign Wars, were Mrs. Erma Miller, Mrs. Clarence O'Neal, Edward Malloy and Rev. Stanley Schwind. Mrs, Dorothy ShaSe- was hostess to the B. B Card Club Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Mary Edith Blank, Mrs. Iris Stowell and Mrs. Mary McKenzie. Mrs. Me- Kenzie will be the next hostess. The G. N. Card Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs, Thelma Green, Calla Hill. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bertha Hott and Mrs. Margaret Crowe. The next meeting will be February 21 at the home of Mrs. Crowe. Dedication Held For Children's Worship Center WESTERNPORT—The new worship center for the children's department of the Sunday School In the basement of the "Evangelical United Brethren Church was dedicated Sunday morning. The service was in charge of the pastor, Rev. Lee E. Sheaffer. The a! tar, cross, vases, candlesticks and painting of Christ and the Children were dedicated. The painting of Christ and the Children was made by Rev. Guy C. Stambach, Duncan, Pa. MI-A. Carmel Klght, an assistant teacher In the Sunday School, gave the history of the painting. Eidred Klpht, superintendent of the Sunday School gave a report of the work of the worship center. A talk also was given by Mrs. J. Dayton Ours, superintendent of the children's department. The children's classes are so SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI—Miss Margaret Secrist of Petersburg, W. Va., at right, was chosen Sweetheart of Sigma Chi for the Sweetheart Ball Saturday night at Potomac State School, Keyser. She was elected by the Sigma Iota Chi Sorority, sponsor of the dancei and its brother fraternity. Phi Sigma Nu. The flowers she is carrying were presented to her by Miss Adtfie McLaughlin of Keyser, president of the sorority. i MooseMembers Receive Honors FROSTBURG — The mid-Winter conference of the Women of Moose was held recently at the Hotel Alexander at Hagerstown and the officers of Cumberland Chapter 914 initiated ten members in honor of the deputy grand regent, Mrs. Marie Holden, Hagerstown. Graduate State Regent, Eva L. Conroy of Frostburg Chapter 221, invested College of Regent members Mary Nlcht of Frostburg Chap- on, Howard, visited in Fairmont, V. Va. George Zeigler returned to Park- rsburg, W. Va., after visiting his amily here. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hunt oj 'htladelphla visited Mr. and Richard Grant. Clarence Shank returned t« v> !'= home in Akron, Ohio, after visiting! Hopkins Mrs. Annie Shank and family. Joan Miss Nina Lee Shank of Vienna, 'sulteer and Gary Dayton. Va., is visiting her mother, Mrs. 1 Annie Shank. arranged that they have individual class rooms by curtains. The theme of Rev. Sheaffer's sermon was "News From God." Other assistant teachers besides .Mrs. Carmel Kight include Miss Mrs. j Catherine Biggs, Mrs, Edgar Biggs, Mrs. Lewis Baker, Mrs, Harry Bor- Mrs. Lee Maphis, Miss Wilkinson, Miss Henrietta ter and Margaret Kelly of Hagerstown Chapter with red stoles signifying four years of service as college members. Senior Regent Gladys Warnick of Frostburg Chapter 221 presented a check.at the conference on behalf of the chapter for the scholarship fund. Approximately 200 members attended from Frostburg, Cumberland, Hagerstown, Frederick, Brunswick and Martinsburg. Frostburg chapter will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. with Senior Regent Warnick presiding. Committee reports to be given are: Moose Heart Alumni, Betty Winebrenner; publicity, Margaret Hughes; social] service, Florence James; homemak- j Ing, Clara Tippen, and membership, i Eleanor Skidmore. . j A valentine party will be held j with each member bringing a gift ! for 29 cents. Senior Regent War- j nick has asked that all members I bring a grocery donation for a ;ames party. Brief Mention Miss Margaret Pfaff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Pfaff, this city, has been notified that she aassed the state board examination "or registered nursing. Miss Pfaff was graduated from Beall High School and the Allegany Hospital School of Nursing, Cumberland. The Liltle League Auxiliary wil' meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. In the Fire Hall. The WSCS circles of First Methodist Church will meet Thursday. Circle 1 will be entertained at the home of Mrs. H. R. Aldridge, 38 West College Avenue with Mrs. J. Carter Shryock, co-hostess. The Jean Rowland Circle will hold fellowship dinner in the lecture room at the church at 6 p. m. The Susannah Wesley Circle will meet at the home of Miss Mary Hanson, 2 Ormond Street. Dr. and Mrs. Edward H. Price and children of Westchester, -Pa., visited over the weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Estella C. Price, 296 East Main Street. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Harris, 47 McCulloh Street, yesterday at Miners Hospital, Miss Anna Engle, Baltimore, spent the weekend with her aunt. Miss Teresa Donohue, East Main Street, and visited Miss Elizabeth npnohue, an aunt, a patient in Miners Hospital. Anthony Ruffo, West Main Street, is confined to his home with pneumonia. Harvey Winebrenner, Garrett County, who was injured on the National Pike west of here last week when struck by an automobile, has been moved from Miners Hospital to Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Now't the Time to Buy WALLPAPER L "r $2.00 Kitchen, Bed Room, living Room Keyser Wallpaper Shop MAIN PHONE STREET 3567 KEYSER, W. VA. Youth, Discharged For Being Underage, Enlists Piedmont Boy Is Veteran Of Seven Months In Korea KEYSER, W. Va—A 17-year-old veteran ol seven months fighting In Korea, who was 'discharged from the Army for being underage, reached the legal age and enlisted this week in the Navy here. The teenage battle-scarred veteran is Robrt Paul Cleveland, son of Mrs. Dorothy Brown Ray, 439 Vine Street, Westernport, and Olen Boyd Cleveland. 59 G Street, Keyser. Cleveland se/ved in the Army 11 months and 23 days. He was die- | charged when he was founa to be! under 17 years of age. He was' awarded the Korean Service Medal. He enlisted in the Navy for a minority seaman period. Also enlisted by the local recruiter. Chief Teddy M. Beckham, was Robert Wayne Murray, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Murray, 61 Paxton Street, Piedmont. He is a graduate of Piedmont High School and attended Potomac State School for one semester. He signed for four years. Both are taking basic training at Bainbridge. Youth Sentenced For Theft Of Car KEYSER, W. Va.—The third participant in the theft of a car here Christmas night was sentenced to four months in the Mineral County Jail -when he appeared before Justice of the 'Peace Madalyn Bazzle yesterday. ''•' '__' '•• ' Harold C. Hanlln,' of'Keyser entered a plea • of guilty. Previously pleading guilty and given four- month terms were'Richard Bryant and Edward Giles. A fourth accomplice In. the theft of the car owned by Lionel G. Martin of here is a minor ahd : will be tried in Juvenile Court. The car was found wrecked on Route 220 near Dawson two hours after it was stolen. • • Ler Ui Show You How To Avoid Trouble with Adequate Insurance ProtectionI HOLBEN INSURANCE AGENCY II Broadway Tel. 63-J Froilburg All Farms of Iniuronc* Moose Lodge Events Cumberland Team To Direct Ritual KEYSER, W. Va. — Two events are scheduled for members of Keyser Lodge No. 662, Loyal Order of Moose, tonight and tomorrow. Today at 8 p. m. a class of 30 candidates will be initiated withJ degree work being conducted by a, team from Cumberland Moose Lodge. Life memberships will bo awarded to two Keyser lodgemen. Tomorrow the annual dinner dance will commence at 7 p. m. Charles Spinks, of Charles Town-; will be toastmaster. Music for the dance will be furnished by Dancing Bill Walters and His Coronettes of Lonaconing. A floorshow will be presented at intermission by the Sunshine Gals and Pals of Winchester. Leave For Florida KEYSER, W. Va.—Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. Martin have left for a two weeks trip to Florida. For Sale: Large Parlor Heatrola. Phone Frostburg 401-J after 3 p. m,"' Adv.—N-T-Feb. 12-13 FLOWERS On Valentine! DAY Harvey's Greenhouse PHONE 266 294 E. Main St. Frostburg Sweetheart and Comic Sweets 10 WttnttR dfWIBrTMn BUT Give Her a Heart- Box of Schrafft's or Morris Chocolates CHARLIE HILL'S NEWSTAND 26 W. Main St. Frotrburg Mrs. Poster Glover is visiting relatives in Uniontovvn, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grant, Mrs. Carrie Clayton and T. J. Clayton attended the funeral of Mrs. McCauley. wife of Rev. a. A. McCauley. at Davis. W. Va.. Sundav. Card Party Planned WESTERNPORT — Mt. Carmel Encampment, IOOP, will hold a > public card party Friday night at! the home of Victory Post No. 155, ! American Legion. I ROWLAND Certified Alloy Steel Coil and Leaf Springs for all make cars & trucks Randolph Welding Shop 83 Mechanic St. Frostburg, Md. Phono 414 Police Desk Man Collapses On Duly KEYSER, W. Va.—W. H. Long- dort, 31 A Street, desk man at the Keyser City Police Station, is resting at his home following his collapse while on duty Sunday. He said he answered a telephone call and then suddenly "blacked out" and fell to the floor. Harry Stewart, a.policeman, went to the office when he received no answer to a phono call. A point near Gibraltar is farther south than any other point on the mainland of Europe. WATCH OUR WINDOW For Valentino! Day Specials 1S% off all Tweed Topcoats and Gabardines 25% off oil Hers One lo» of Men's Rubb*r Shoes Regulars and clogs $1.49 25% off oil Pullover Sweaters £5% off all jocknts One Week Only A. Chas. Stewart Home of Good Clothes last Doy PALACE See tt&nd/sinQ. Mat. . Nile WARNER BROS, mi ARNER £$ROS. PRESENT . you *""JAMES GLEASON WRITTEN BY Tues. - Wed. 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