Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 12, 1952 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952 FIFTEEN HolyNameConventionPlaimed April 27 At St. Mary's Parish The Archdiocesan convention of the HoJy Name Society will be held April 27 in the parish hall of St. ; Mary'g Catholic Church, Oldtown Road, according to Thomas F. Con- Ion, publicity chairman. Approximately 1,200 delegates *rom the state are expected to visit Cumberland during the event. Conlon said the majority of delegates will leave Baltimore by special trato and will arrive here at 11:30 a.'m. The train will be-met by 20 buses to transport visiting delegates to St. Mary's Church for mass at 11:45 a. m. Immediately following mass, lunch will be served to the delegates in the parish hall and church basement. Conlon said many of the delegates "will arrive in Cumberland by auto, and a committee will arrange red markers along the way from Route |40 through the city to the church. A number of local Boy Scouts will direct parking and traffic. A committee has been named to register delegates as they arrive. The occasion is scheduled to close about 5 p. m. The reception committee is comprised of Bernard S. Rafferty, i section marshal, and Donald Wilhelm, of St. Michael's parish, Frostburg; Hugh Coleman and Cyril Burns, St. Joseph's, Midland; Patrick Nolan and Leo Nolan, St. Mary's, Lonaconing; William Faherty and Joseph Detterman, St. Peter's, Westernport; Edward Thayer and J. R. Murphy, St. Peter's, Oakland; Claude Pope and Ellis Crowe, St. Ann's, Avilton; William Biddington and H. L. Pettit, St. Stephen's, Grantsville. Patrick fullivan and Anthony Monahan, St. Patrick's, Mt. Savage; James B. Reinhart and William McCleary, St. Patrick's, this city; Norman Sell and Joseph Ressig, SS Peter and Paul's; Peter Mala- chouski and Thomas Mtake, St. Mary's; Edward Repharin and Bernard McKenzie, St. Ambrose, Cresaptown. On the registration committee are Norman Fearnow, St. Patrick's, chairman; Harry Avennan' and John Kreidler, SS Peter and Paul's; Alphonse L. Will, St. Mary's; DeSales Maher, St. Joseph's, Midland; and Alex Woods, St. Mary's, Lonaconing. The budget committee is made up of Augustine Will, St. Mary's, chairman and treasurer; Norman Fearnow, St. Patrick's; Harry Averman, SS Peter and Paul's; James Select Group of Outstanding Furniture...now reduced and... Metal Robes - 19.50 24"x66" Size ... in dark, plain walnut finish. Heavily braced, equipped with lock and key. lT'x«fl" SIZE ... In populir crinkle llniau. Has convenient hat ruck ... «nd center door brace. 27 Will" SIZE . . . also available jkjk en in crinkle finish. This the llrst •1I1-3U time ire have been able to obtain this large size 29 Linoleum Remnants - % Price A tremendous selection to choose from. Radios - - - - 49.50 Select from a wide selection of colors . . . regular 57.50. Mirrors - - - - 25% OFF All remaining stock of pictures and mirrors included. Table Lamps - - - - 5.00 Still have some pretty styles remaining at this low price. Floor Lamps - Smartly finished in white or bronze. - 12.95 Sofa Beds - - -from 59.00 Plenty to choose from ... at February Sale prices. » Livingroom Suites - - 198.00 In exceptional quality freize covers . . . specially sale priced. Bedroom Suites - from 79.00 A huge variety, bought specially for our February Sale. Twin or Full Mattresses,.!6.50 up An outstanding collection . . . choose from outstanding ticking. Breakfast Sets - - from 79.00 Quality and beauty combined in gleaming chrome. Electrical Appliances - 15% OFF All remaining 1951 models priced to be cleaned out. Base Cabinets - - from 12.50 Includes all sizes and heights up to 36". Gossip Bench - - - - 19.95 Plastic covered, with storage bench includes all colors. End Tables - - - - 2.98 In walnut finish . . . matching coffee tables available at sale savings. Full or Twin Beds -from 12.95 A wonderful collection to choose from. 9x12' Felt Base Rugs - - 7.95 Discontinued patterns and some floor samples . . . specially priced. Shonter Furniture 128-130 N. Centre Street Phone 1753 King, St. Mary's; Patrick Sullivan. St. Patrick's, Mt. Savage: Joseph S. Struntz, St. Michael's, Prostburg; Alex Woods, St. Mary's, Lonaconing; P. R. Shatter, St. Peter's, Oakland; William J. Faherty. .St. Peter's, Westernport;' William Biddington, St. Stephen's, Grantsville; Claude Pope, St. Ann's, Avilton; William Rephann, St. Ambrose's, Cresaptown; and DeSales Maher, St. Joseph's, Midland. Officers of the Western Maryland Section are Rev. Father Lawrence Landrigan, St. Mary's, spiritual director; Thomas F. Conlon, SS Peter and Paul's, president; Charles R. Burkey, St. Patrick's, vice president; Augustine Will, St. Mary's, treasurer; James E. Coyle, St. Michael's, Frostburg, secretary; and Bernard S. Rafferty. St. Michael's, Frostburg, marshal. Etchison To Be Art Exhibit Judge Bruce Etchison, director of Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, will judge entries in the annual Tri-State Art Exhibit at Cumberland Free Public Library February 29. The exhibit, sponsored locally by the American Association of University Women, will be displayed March 3-31 on the second floor of the library, Mrs. William C. Van Newkirk, chairman,'' said yesterday. The deadline for entries is February 26; Etchison, a native of Washing| ton, D. C., graduated from American University in Washington in 1941 with a B. A. degree. Me majored in art and acted as an assistant in Washington University's art department. Enlisting in the United States Coast Guard before World War II began, Etchison served for five years as an engineer draftsman in ship repair and conversion, In 1946 he entered the Yale University School of Fine Arts receiving the degrees of Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1948 and Master of Fine Arts in 1949. Residents desiring to enter the competition 'are reminded entry blanks may be obtained at the library. Each artist may submit two entries. Small Explosions « The crackling sound as wood is burned is due to the presence of numerous small cells containing moisture. The heat forms steam, making a number of small explosions, which we hear as the familiar crackling, Mostly Unmatched A clock and sundial will agree exactly only four times a year. The star-time shown by clocks does not correspond exactly with the sun-time of the sundial. Local Soldier Weds Japanese A Cumberland soldier has returned home with his Japanese wife. He Is Sgt. John A. Lookabaugh, 24, son of Mrs. Capaline Lookabaugh Jackson, 15 North Waverly Terrace. Sgt. Lookabaugh, who has been serving with the Air Force in Tokyo, for 39 months, arrived here recently and introduced his wife, Sumiko, and ten-month-old son, Allen, to the United States. The petite woman, who is well versed in the English language, was amazed at the number of automobiles owned by residents of this country and expressed a desire to learn to drive. Sgt. Lookabaugh is spending a 30-day furlough at his home here and will report on February. 23 to Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Okla., where he and his family will reside for about a year. While stationed in the Tokyo area as a machinist in the Air Force, Sgt. Lookabaugh made the acquaintance of Miss Sumiko Oki, who was born in Tokyo. Following a courtship of about four months,-they were married in March of 1950. Actually the couple was married twice since a second ceremony had to be performed at the American Consul in order that the marriage would be recognized in the United States. On March 19, of last year, the couple's first child was born in Feamcom Air Force Hospital in Tokyo. Prior to entering the service on January 22 of 1946, Sgt. Lookabaugh had attended Fort Hill High School and was working as a machinist apprentice in the local Baltimore and Ohio Railroad shops. Legion To Consider Changes In By-Laws at 8 p. m. to consider changes in! In predicting the weather, the by-laws, according to Thomas B.'forecaster generally tries to deter- Finan, commander. I mine the distance and direction of Fort Cumberland Post No. 13, Finan said members will discuss j travel of high and low pressure American Legion, will meet today j convention and election dates. | areas in the atmosphere. Celanese Honors 25-Year Employe A gold watch was presented yesterday by the Celanese Corporation to Guy W. Twigg, 712 Elm Street, in recognition of more than 25 years of service. H. C. Givens, Jr.,.plant manager, did the honors and Herman Rain- alter, superintendent of Cellulose Acetate, also awarded him a five- year lapel emblem and 25-year certificate. Twigg has worked under R. H. Mendelsohn during his entire employment at the plant. He served in World War I for six months and was discharged from the Quartermaster Corps in March, 1919. He then worked for the B & O Railroad as a carman for six years. Denial College The world's first college for the systematic' education of dentists was the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, which was established in 1840. The college became a part of the University of Maryland in 1923. JANE PARKER CHERRY PIES Special Low Price Each WORTHMORE JELLY EGGS Mb. 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