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FROSTBURG - KE YSER And T r i - SI a t e Area I\ T e w at (11) Evening Times, Thursday, February 14, 1952 Woman's Club Hears Talk By Senator Bean KEYSER, W. Va.—State Senator Ralph J, Bean Moorefield, was the "speaker at a meeting Tuesday night! of the Keyser Woman's Club inj the auditorium of • Keys&r High ] School. I Sen. Bean, introduced by Judge j E. A. See, spoke on "Economic Se- j curity," stressing the need of mak- j ing a will and having copies of in-1 surance papers, deeds and other valuable -papers in safe places. Following his talk, the Keyser High School Band, under the direction of Nunzio Barbera, presented a concert. A brief business session was held prior to the program, with Mrs. E. A. See presiding. Dr. Nancy Miller, chairman of the annual guest dinner, announced that it will be held March 11 in Davis Hall, Potomac State School. Assisting her with plans are Miss Frances Doak, Mrs. John Hesen and Mrs. R. L. Fisher. Miss Jeanne Welty, nationally known monologist, will be the speaker. The Woman's Club Chorus will sing several numbers and Mrs. H. G. Muntzing, Moorefield state president, will be a guest. Mrs. See named Mrs. J. Clark Bright chairman of the beautification committee. Others on the committee arq Mrs. Thomas Bess, Mrs. Paul Davis, Mrs. Fred Hamill, Mrs. I . Carl Ludwick and Mrs. William „ ^T r Kennedy. Mrs. John Hesen was KOKWY CtilO named chairman of Civil Defense and plane spotters. 1 Mrs. See announced the state convention will be held April 21, 22 and 23. She asked that all chair- Michael Slate Announced For ! Primary Vote WESTERNPORT — Ray L. Wilt, College Junior Nominated For State Position FROSTBURG—A junior student at Frostburg State Teachers College, JohE.C. Metzger, La Vale, has been 1 nominated for president of the Maryland State Future Teachers of America for the 1952-53 term. He was chosen from a group cf nominees representing various FTA chapters throughout the state. Metzger is a graduate of Allegany SEEKS NOMINATION — Vernon E. "Pat" Rankin, Keyser, W. Va., is a candidate for the Republican nomination for prosecuting attorney of Mineral County. His opponent is the incumbent, Donald C. Hott, who has served in that post for the past four years. Rankin, who has served four terms as county prosecutor, is a former railroader who quit that work to study law. He is a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Hawk will be trie candidates for city, commissioner on a ticket headed by! Okey E. Michael. Michael, .a former city commissioner, recently announced his intention of running for mayor in the primary election March 31. Wilt, an incumbent commissioner, is a graduate of Bruce High School. tie is employed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company as passenger agent in Piedmont, W. Va. The present Commissioner of Sanitation, he is married and re| sides on Vine Street, i Pence Is a veteran o* World War in and has seen service in the re- 1937. He was formerly employed by Schwarzenbach's and the Celanese^ Corporation of America prior to. World War II, during which he served three years in the Navy. | A former student at Franklin and, Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa., Metzger transferred to Frostburg State Teachers College last year, and is enrolled in the Junior High School teacher training program. I He is president of Alpha Tau Alpha fraternity and is actvie in the Maryland Singers. He was a tenor soloist in the recent Christmas pro-, gram. In addition to being vice presi- jcent emergency in th Marine dent of ^ coll ch of I Corps. He is married, resides on Wood Street, and 's employed as a men send their reports to her not later than March 5. Members who have signed to act as chaperones at the Youth Center were asked to contact Mrs. James Swadley, Jr. Annual Drive For Scouting Program FROSTBURG — The Frostburg Rotary Club officially launched the i annual drive for funds for the dis- [trict Boy Scouts at a meeting Monday evening. Dr. Adam Baer, chairman of the Mountain District, explained why "America Needs Scouting." He pointed out that Potomac Scout Council, through the cooperation of jrr j churches, civic and service organjza- JQ CClCtS tions, schools and other sponsoring | foreman at the Luke Plant of the West Virginia Pulp ind Paper Company. LaFon, married and the father of four children, resides in Greene's Addition. He is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic ..nstitute and is employed as a mechanical engineer at the Luke paper mill. Hawk, employed at the Luke mill as a machinist, is married and the father of three children. He resides on Maryland Avenue and is a member of the local Auxiliary Police, being a charter member of that group. He was one of the founders of the Westernport Service Center and has been a member of the Potomac Fire Company for many years. The ticket is pledged to aid existing business in Westernport and introduce new business to the community. The group states they will make every effort to improve streets arid roads in the town, and alleviate the present parking problems in the business section of the town. Stanley Turley »» U I institutions, made the scouting pro- igram available to over 1,500 youths 'in 1951. MT. SAVAGE — Stanley Turley was installed as councilor of Jenn- ture Teachers, he is a member of the executive committee of the'state organization for the 1951-52 term. His wife, Mrs. Charlotte Metzger, is a commercial instructor at Cen- iral High School, Lonaconing. Brief Mention Forrest Blocher, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Blocher, Route 2, was recently admitted to Miners Hospital after receiving a head injury while cutting timber at his home. Mrs. Leroy Skidmore, Aspinwall Street, was admitted Wednesday to Miners Hospital after a fall at her home. The condition of Albert' Merrbach, East Main Street, stricken with a heart attack recently while at work at the Celanese, and who is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Is reported improved. The Sunergoi Society d f First Presbyterian Church will celebrate its birthday with a party and meeting tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. in the church annex. Mrs. Chester Stewart, East Main Street, returned from Baltimore where she was a patient in Johns Hopkins Hospital. Mrs. John R. Anderson, 11 V= Broadway, is a patient in Miners Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Whitting, Lonaconing, announce the. birth of a daughter yesterday in Miners Hospital. Alfred Taylor, of the faculty of Frostburg State Teachers College, was received as a new member. He was introduced by Ivan C. Diehl, district governor, and received his indoctrinating talk from Robert Jones. Stanley Espy will have charge of next week's program. ings Run Council No. 15, Junior Among the guests at -the meeting order of United American Me- were William H. Lewis, chairman chafes a f a recent meeting in the of the 'district drive, and Willis V. Smith, Potomac Council executive. Other visitors were Max Bastian, F. T. Beall, R. W. Brown and Earl Chaney, Cumberland; John Hohing, Lonaconing, and Chris Yaste. Dove, Del. Junior Order Hall. Others installed were Albert Snelson. past councilor; William Folk, vice councilor; David'Crump, warden; Ronald Lancaster, conductor; Arthur Lemmert, outside sentinel; Albert Rice, inside sentinel; Harold Shaffer, recording secretary; Joseph Crowe, financial secretary; Howard Herring, assistant recording secretary; Colin Bowers, treasurer; Albert Rice. David Crump, Donald Turley, Joseph Crowe and Colin Bowers, trustees; Stanley Turley, representative to state council: Ronald Lancaster, alternate, and Donald Turley, chaplain. Founder's Day Marked PIEDMONT, W. Va. —Founder'sj, f .. n . „, Day was observed by the Piedmont | Meeting Postponed PTA at the annual dinner of the;g y WSWS Of Church groups Tuesday night. A group j of Miss Mernie Judy's folk dancers were guests. Following the dinner pageant was presented, after which the rest of the evening was KEYSER, W. Va.—Rev. Robert L. Bridgets, pastor of Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church, has announced that due to the Barter spent in folk dancing, with Missi Theatre p'rogram, the February I Judy as caller. For Sale; New Spinet Phone Frostburg 887-M. Piano. Adv.—N-T-Fcb. 13-14 Men's Nationally Advertised Brands Sizes-Values to $10.95 Sale Prices 20 W. MAIN ST. Phone 890 Frostburg meeting of the WSWS of the church will be held tomorrow instead of tonight. Mrs.: Donald Williams, Pinevillc, former president of the organization and former missionary of the church to Africa, will report on the mission study book, "We Americans, North and South," and will also give an account of her stay in Brazil while enroute to Africa. Rev. Mr. Bridgers has a-skcd that any member desiring to renew subscription to the Evangel should contact Mrs. Bridgers. Lay Leader To Address Mclhodipf Church Men Rubinof f Presents College Program FROSTBURG—Rubinoff, violinist, appeared in a brief assembly program yesterday at Frostburg State Teachers College. Rubinoff spoke of his education at the Royal Conservatory in Poland, and of his coming to the United States as a result of the invitation of the late Victor Herbert. He also gave a brief history of his violin, which was made by Stradivarius in 1731. An original composition, "Dance of the Peasant," which was written for his graduation from the conservatory, was played . by Rubinoff. He also played his famous variations of "Don't Fence Me In," and DEAN'S LIST LEADERS—Two students at Frostburg State Teachers College maintained 3.0 or straight "A" averages during the first semester to lead the dean's list of honor students. The two, shown at right above, are Miss Ann Povish, Kempton, W, Va., second from right, and Ruth Smith, Cumberland, extreme right. Both are members of the senior class. Shown with them are Dean Ivan C. Diehl and Miss Lillian C, Compton, president of the college. Students must achieve a point score of 2.25 or better to be placed on the dean's list. , Scout Program Drive To Open In Tri-Towns WESTERNPORT — Annual Boy Scout Fund drive in the Tri-Towns District will begin Saturday. February 16. The goal for this year has been set at $2,000, which is S300 more than the achieved goal hst year. Members of the Piedmont and Lonaconing Rotary Clubs and other friends of scouting will call at the homes and places of business to collect contributions. Dr. Paul D. McCoy is chairman of the fund drive, and the finance committee is composed of Dr. Donald P. Whitworth, Vernon L. Frye. Roylin Seaber and Harold Fredlock. The following chairmen have been named, Robert Kimmel. Jr., for Piedmont; Henry E. Wilt, Westernport; Carlyle Fisher, Luke; William Severs, Bloomington; John Whisner,'Beryl; Alex Cross, Barton, and Joseph McGreevy, Lonaconing. Letters have been mailed to individuals and business firms asking for donations. Contributions may be mailed to Dr. Paul D. McCoy. PARSONS, year: Boys and Earner, Bundy; Agriculture Carl Bar Harden; affairs—Rev. Simmons attendance Carl Barr. bert, Dr'. tions—Ellis public MIDLAND inis Club ps Named S, W. Va. — J. Kenton resident of the Parsons ub, has announced the >mmittees for the coming d girls — W. Del Roy larold Felton and Joseph derprivileged children— Lilienfeld, Dr.' Guy H. Ir., and Rev. Paul Bell; guidance— Carl Harden, nover and W. D. Harner. re and conservation- Joseph Bundy and Carl ublic and business re- J. Mullenaux, R. K. Me- J. H. Felton; spiritual v. Paul Bell, Worlie and Gordon Shrader; and membership— Dr. Barb, Dr. Lilienfeld and ent reports — Gordon inance — Delvin K. Goff, nbert and Dr. Micheals, committee — Lorren Lam- TiM'ififlls Tr anri Dplvin 1.1L1JC111&. Ul., <XJ.1U J— 'Civ *" inter club relations— Dr 5r., Dr. Rodney A. Barb McClain. education and fellowship oonover, J. H. Felton and imons; laws and regula- J. VonHaven, D. R. d J. J. Mullenaux; pro- music—Joseph Bundy, n and Dr. Micheals, Sr.; itions— R. K. McClain, rader and Paul Bell; re- Harold Felton. Ellis J and Dr. Micheals, Jr. L Jailed On ig Charge Broadcast Slated Tonight On Life Of Rep, Staggers CINCINNATI— The life of Congressman Harley O. Staggers, of the Second Congressional District of West Virginia, will be sketched on the WLW program, "Personalities In Your Government,' 'at 10:30 tonight. Written by Joe McCaffrey, WLW Washingto n correspondent, the original biography includes an account of Staggers' early childhood in Keyser, W. Va., his work as athletic coach at Potomac State School there, and his first political campaign 'for county sheriff, which made him one of the youngest sheriffs ever to serve West Virginia. The program follows Staggers' career to his present position as congressman. Bound copies of the script will be sent to libraries in the Second Congressional District for preservation in their archives. Scouts Conduct Court Of Honor FROSTBURG — Five Boy Scout troops and a Cub pack participated in the Scout Rally held Saturday night in the auditorium of Frostburg State Teachers College with cnch one demonstrating some phase of Scouting. A court of honor was opened with invocation by Rev. Daniel Eveland,, pa.stor of First Presbyterian Church. Those receiving Tenderfoot Pins were Walter P. Wackay, Chrales R. Talley, Thomas Jacobs, Charles E. Miller. Don D. Jeffries, Delvin R. Church He Scout Serv WESTERNPORT — A the Boy Scouts of the district was held Sun servance of National Week. Fifty scouts attended the program Mt. Calvary Lutheran C The sermon was deliv pastor, Rev. Robert E. used as his theme, " Liberty's Team with Tr Best Buy." Moving pictures we shown to scouts and Noel Obenshain, scoutn 34, at Piedmont Church. " They includ scout trips to Bethesdi ton and. Potomac Coun Oldtown. Following the movie Biggs, scoutmaster of t in charge of the scouts themselves by the scou A number of the Be the Tri-Towns are wor the God and Country the cooperation of the It takes a year to acquir Church Service S< In Honor Of Kiiif FROSTBURG— St. Jc pal Church will honor t of England with a celeb Holy Eucharist at noo the day on which the will be buried at Wind Numerous Episcopal this country will hold ices, as will other chu Anglican communion the world. Patient Improves •MTT C A^r A niT _ _T?'/-\lAft Boy Scout 'Forward on recently ihurch Guild Plans )ard Parly Tonight FROSTBURG—At a recent meet- ng of St. Mary's Guild of St. John's Spiscopal Church plans were Completed for a Valentine card party onight at 8 In the parish house. Prizes for canasta, 500 and bridge will be awarded under the direction if Mrs. Helen Stair ant 1 Mrs. Grace \iont. Other committees are: Refreshment, Mrs. Arthur Taylor; .ickets and tallies, Miss Annie B. Gray; tables and cards, Mrs. Eugene Smith, Miss Doris Stewart and Mrs. Amer Suder; • candy, Mrs. Robert Elderdyce, Mrs. Bessie Lewis and Mrs. Rudolph Winkler. Proceeds will be used for the building fund. Ryan and Davis Wilson, Troop 42, local teenager, is serving a five-day! and John g cr ,ulteis, Troop 43. term in Allegany County Jail on a; excerpts Irom the concert which — - ' ' was presented at Beall High School b , fast night. license. Magistrate Mclvin S. Sloan, Loni aconing, who sentenced the youth, said an investigation revealed the youth had torn up a parking ticket presented him January 28 by Lonaconing Police Chief Benjamin McCormick. When state police called at the boy's homo to arrest film they discovered he had driven tlic Last In Family Series Presented FROSTBURG — The fifth and final session in the current study, "The Family, A Christian Concern," sponsored by the Women's Society j car on a temporary license, of Christian Service of First Meth-| Magistrate Sloan said the youth odist Church was held Sunday j was very "cocky" and refused to evening. give his age at the hearing. Because Rev. John Bayley Jones spoke on throughou son of Mr. and Mrs. James E Crump, who has been a patient in First Class badges were present- AUn Hospital, Cumberland, is cd to Michael McLuckie and Michae , ted improving , Barnhart, both of Troop 48; ana Star Scout to Thomas James, Troop motor vehicle violations do not come "The Family Looks At The Church." j into Juvenile Court. Magistrate In his sermon he gave some helpful j Sloan added, he was forced to rc- suggcstions on how to live and learn i mand the youth to jail wticn he together as a family. 'would not pay a fine. Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts with j their leaders and friends were | Class Sluice Meeting guests. : KEYSERi W- va. —Mrs. Bane's , t , Th ,° c j lolr sang Right Sha " ! Sunday School Cla.ss of Grace Win and "Sing Praises" under the | Methodist Cnurch will meet at lnc au-ection of Miss Mary Hanson j holfte o{ Mrs _ Orgie HardVi 26g KEYSER. W. Va.-T. E. Camp-j v:lth ivlrs - c - F - Rephann, organist, gouth M . )in Slreeu at 7:30 p In bell. Charleston, lay leader of thc;P Ia - vm * the accompaniment. Boy tomom)W Co -hosto.ssc.s will be Mrs. West Virginia Conference of thej hco " ts wcrc " 5 " ers ior the scrvice - i Paul Brake: Mrs. Parker Black and Methodist Church, will address a i T . TT I _ f meeting of the men of First Meth- Legion Unit lo Meet j48. The next to highest badge, Life Scout was awarded to Samuel T. Walker. Jr., Troop 48. Receiving merit badges were Charles Crowe, Troop 48; music, home repairs and public health; Thomas James, Troop 48, pioneering, plumbing, home repairs and lirsi aid; Life Scout Walker, public health, and Gerald Huff, Troop 48, public health. Tine court of honor closed with the singing of the Scout vesper song. Now't the Time to Buy WALLPAPER Room CO All Lots $t.UU Kitchen, B«d Room, Living Room Keyser Wallpaper Shop PHONE 3561 MAIN STREET KEYSER, W. VA. Scout Event Tonight KEYSEB, W. Va.—Scouts, of the New Creek District and their parents will be guests at a dinner tonight at 6:30 at the McCoole Fire Hall. A feature of the dinner program will be a court of honor. The event will mark the close of Scout Week here. Turn To Page 22 FREE GOLD FISH for Little Children BRING CONTAINER at G, C. Murphy's CUMBERLAND, MD. PIEDMONT, W. iMrs. Ross Pry.sock. Mrs. D. R. ;Thayer will be in char-re of aevo- Va. — Kelly-'tions and Mrs. Grnham Piier, chair- Mansfield Unit No. 52, American ' man of the social hour. odist Church at. 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at the church. Campbell was elected to his post I Lc-Rion Auxiliary, will meet tomor- ] at the 1951 conference following the j row at 7:30 p. m. at the Post Home. jWSCS GrOllp Meets death of W. F. Curtis. Wanted—Middle ape woman for housework. S12. per week; one d~y off. 84 East, Mechanic Street, Frost- Adv _N-T. pcb. 14, 1J> Friendi: Big cut on all musical instru- An Americanism program in charge j of the chairman, Mrs. Bessie Johnson, will be presented and refreshments will be served. 3N T cw Leatherneck FROSTBURG—One of the five i draftees who left here last Thurs- ELLERSLIE—The WSCS of Ellerslie Methodist Church met a recent evening at the church. The unit approved a donation for the March of Dimes campaign. There 'were 27 members present. Thick tie i 5-16 Phone 31E Frostburg FOR YOUR clay for military service was accept- i For Sale: 1936 Ford V-8. 2 Door in menu. Drums, horni, wind, of every Jed by the Marine Corps. Doy PALACE Mai. - Nile CUUDETTE MACDONALD ZACHARY COLBERT CAREY -SCOTT Thur». • Fri. LYRIC Nits Only make and color — and we guarantee Hohner or Italian makes of Accordions— \vill not fal' apart, even though we are giving a reduced price. Please don't be mislead in whatever you buy. Private lessons $1.25, We finance musical instruments. With every 120 Bass Accordion sold in February, one small Accordion free. Avon Agency •— Funeral Flowers. FROSTBURC MUSIC STUDIO of 0 & D Erncstino V. Wittig 18 Broadway Phone 641 The new "Leatherneck" is Thomas Edgar Lancaster, Mt. Savage. Social Scheduled MT. SAVAGE — Court Theresa No. 557, Catholic Daughters of America, will sponsor a social in St. Patrick's Hall at 8 p. m. tomorrow. A-l condition. Phono Frostourg i672-R. Adv.—N-T—Feb.-lo i j For Rent: Three room furnished i apartment. Private Bath and En| trance. Adults only. Phone Frost- Adv.—N-T-Fcb. 13-14 K • ; • Anniversary x^ Break up that Cough with our Special Formula Goygh Syrup For Children or Adults T. & S. Cut-Rate FOR SALE Reconditioned and Guaranteed 1949 Chrysler WINDSOR, 6 PASSENGER COUPE New Rubber — Fully Equipped Low Mileage 1949 Sport Coupe ^ 22,000 mil*t and a Black Beauty. 1947 Pontiac SPORT COUPE a beautiful blue car. 1947 Pontiac , DOO R SE . DAN, o nice family car. 1942 Pontiac SEDAN com new paint, a nlta car. 1941 Pontiac SPORT COUPE with a nic* light gray paint job. Cheap. 1941 Pontiac 4 DOOR SE- DAN, a cheap cor with loadi cf transportation. 1941 Poniiac DAN, a nic< cheap car. 1341 Ford 2 DOCK SE- TON TRUCK, New motor. Ask us about onr G.M.A.C. Financing Plan Crowe Pontiac Go, Phone 14 Frostburg ' Young couple desires unfurnished! 3 or 4 room apartment, good loca-i tion. in or near Frostburg. Contact i Mr. or Mrs. Piland. Hotel Guntcr. Adv.—N-T-Fcb. 13-14 Crane Bathroom Outfits and Fittings Galvanized Pipe V* V* 1 T/4 1 '/a Inch Soil Pipe and Fittings Tile Board Neilson Bros.' Phone 479 Frojtfaurg TODDLE TOES Health Shoes For Children 0 Straps 9 Oxfords We Give S & H Green Stompi J. B, Shannon & Go. FROSTBURG, MD. WALLPAPER Redecorate your home with our new deep-tone patterns. Our selection is varied and complete. Lemmert Bros, Paint and Hardware 149 E. Main St. Frostburg Phone 360 WE DELIVER STORE HOURS — Dnily - 8 a.m. to S p.m. Saturday * 8 o.m to 6 p.m. WE HAVE 195? FISHING LICENSES COTTON HOSKEN JEWELRY STORE R. J. KENNEY, Owner Main St., Frosfrmrj; Thonc 4

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