Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 15, 1952 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, February 15, 1952
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FROSTBURG-KEYSER And Tri-State Area IVews (11) Evening Times, Friday, February 15, 1952 Keyser Service Clubs Observe WVU Birthday KEYSER, W. Va.—The three services clubs of Keyser—Lions, Rotary and Kiwanis—held a joint meeting Wednesday night in the dining room of First Methodist Church in a statewide observance of the 85th anniversary of West Virginia University. The Kiwanis Club was host to the dinner-meeting, and Dr. Harry Ross Varney. dean of the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics at the university, was the speaker. Dr. Varney, who was introduced by Dean K. S. McKee of Potomac State School of West Virginia University, recounted the history of the school from its beginning as a land grand college. He spoke of the enrollment, which after the war reached a peak of 6,300, and has since fallen to approximately 4,400. He added that there are many students from all parts of West Virginia, a representative enrollment from other 'states of the union and said Mineral county has 59 students enrolled. The speaker said the expansion of the present university from its launching 85 years ago has been tremendous, but the 85 year's progress has been slow and well grounded. "We can't rest on the laurels of our early history," he said, "we have to advance." Dr. Varney spoke of the agricul- A-1 Used Cars 1941 Chevrolet « 1941 Ford * 1 946 Ford * 1947 Ford 6 Cylinder, Club Coupe 1948 Ford 2 Door, R & H 1949 Ford •Club Coupe, R & H 1 949 FraZJer Manhattan 1950 Ford 2 Door R & H, Overdrive Trade - Terms Heiskel! Motor Sales FROSTBURG Phone 79 Der.IGl.AY OFFICIAL—Carl W. Gustkey, Wheeling, a 33rd degree Mason who is a member of the Grand Council of DeMolay, will be a special guest at a dinner tomorrow at 6 p. m. in the Masonic Temple, Keyser, W. Va., for Keyser Masons and DeMolay members. The event, the first of its kind ever held in Keyser, is for the purpose of bringing the DeMolay personnel in closer contact with the sponsoring body, the Masons. Harry O. Rogers, "dad" of the Keyser DeMolay chapter, is in charge of arrangements for the dinner meeting. tural college expansion, the experimental stations, extension classes, etc., as great steps in the educational field, planned to reach the students on the campus and those living far from the campus. He also referred to the seventh college to be established within months at the university, the College, of Commerce. The celebration of West Virginia University Day has been taken up by Kiwanis clubs of the state, and in Ksyser all of the service clubs Joined to make it a big event. It is expected that the three-club affair might feature. become an annual Class Supper Set WESTERNPORT — The Young Adult Class of the Sunday School of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church will hold a soup supper Saturday from 5 to 7 p. m. in the Sunday School room. Vegetable soup, chili, apple pie, rolls, coffee and available. tea will be Visiting Relatives ECKHART~Mrs. Edith Haines is visiting in Akron and Pittsburgh. Young Adult Unit Meets At Keyser NEW CREEK DRIVE, W Va.—A sub-district meeting of the Young Adults of the Methodist Church was held a recent evening at Grace Church, Keyser. Miss Lillian Dayton, organist, accompanied Mrs. Clara Kauffman who sang "I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked." Prayer was led oy Rev Lloyd Myers, pastor of the host church, A service of re-consecration was presented by Mrs. Harry J. Reese. PIEDMONT, W. Va.—A resolut' n| A candlelight service was con- Pastor Given Commendation By Church Unit commending the work of the pastor, Rev. O.' Clarence Mitchell, who is completing a four-year pastorate dueled with benediction by Rev. O C. Mitchell, pastor of Trinity games party tonight. Fire Auxiliary Supports Drive BARTON—The Auxiliary of Barton Hose Company No. 1 met a recent evening. A Valentine party followed. During the. business session, it was stated that $41.85 was realized from a recent games party and the entire proceeds turned over to the March of Dimes campaign. The unit also donated $10 to the firemen's hospital fund. Another games- party has been planned and the group will also sponsor a candy sale at the regular Church, Piedmont, and Rev. J. H. here, and requesting his return to I Lotspeich, pastor of Port Ashby the church for the next conference j Charge- Frederick Dayton presided at the business meeting. Recreation was under the direction of Miss Nancy Belle Kemphfer and W. H. Kif?bt. led group singing, with Mrs Kis^ht, pianist. year was adopted Tuesday night at the Fourth Quarterly Conference in Trinity Methodist Church. Dr. Ross Linger, Romney, district superintendent, presided. Rev. Mr. Mitchell's salary was increased $300 a year. Reports revealed that 41 persons have joined the church since June 1. A marked increase in average attendance was noted. William G. Patkin, Church School Superintendent, stated that the enrollment was 822, with an average of 360 present at the morning sessions. The resolution asking the return of Rev. mended committee, of which Carl W. Shaffer is chairman. Mr. Mitchell was recom- by the pastors relations Missionary Night Service Scheduled FROSTBURG—Missionary Night will be observed tonight at First English Baptist Church with a planned program for all ages. A joint session of the church auxiliaries will begin at 7 o'clock, with individual group meetings following. The Sunbeam Band, for children up to nine years of age, will be under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Rankin; the Junior Girls Auxiliary, Mrs. Emily Stewart; Royal Ambassadors, Mrs. Marion Geary; Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary, Mrs. Fern Vosseler, and the Young Women's Auxiliary, Mrs. Doris Ward. The Women's Missionary Society will assist the group leaders with the graded, programs; Valentine Program Presented At School FROSTBTJRG — The .Second and Third Grade pupils of Mrs.' Elizabeth Kelly's room, Beall Elementary School, presented a Valentine program yesterday in the school auditorium. The program included salute to the flag, the singing of "America," "A Valentine," "The Skating Song" and "Be My Valentine," and two plays, "Winking Valentine" and "The Valentine Sale." The Second Grade presented the "Shoemaker Dance," and the third AJ advertised by tJjOMrit In Charm 39 .98 "Not Just a Cout.T. but a Ma Lassie's exclusive 1 00% virgin wool Levmoor in beige, grey, pink and blue. Sizes 8 to 18. At the Valentine party, games were played. Valentines exchanged and refreshments served. Mrs, Mary Deniker, president, presided at the meeting. Anniversary Marked The 37th anniversary of Barton Chapter, Daughters of America, was celebrated Tuesday evening Commencement Speaker Named KEYSER, W. Va. — Dr. Ashley: Montagu will be the speaker at the 49th annual Commencement Day, exercises Saturday, May 31, in the Potomac State School gymnasium., Dr. Raymond I. Lindquist will deliver the sermon to graduates on the preceding evening. Dr. Montagu is chairman of the Department of Anthorpology at Rutgers University. He is a native; of England, becoming an American': citizen in 1940. His book, "State of: was among the 49 The planet venus is a mean dls-l The island of Kos in the Aegean tance of 62,270.000 miles from the Sea was the birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of medicine. sun Dr. Lindquist is pas.tor of First Church of Orange, Orange, N. J. He is a frequent lecturer and speaker at colleges and universities throughout the country. Va.'entine motif. Brief Mention Refreshments were served, with (with a covered dish supper in the table decorations and favors ID the Odd Fellows Hall. The history of the order was read by the secretary, Mrs. Bessie Go- jwans. Four of the charter members, The Men's Bible Class of Grace j MrS- Margaret Montgomery, Mrs. Methodist Church is conducting a Amy Prestonj M^. Hat ti e Robert- membership drive through Easter son and Mrs _ charollette Williams, Sunday. Captains include Elliott are st m u vmg _ Guild Plans Supper The Ladies Guild of Barton Presbyterian Church are making plans for a St. Patrick's Day supper to be held in the church on March 12, according to Mrs. Eva Cross, president. Jenkins, L. P. Michaels; A. L, Wilmoth and J. M Hackley. The closing feature will be a dinner served by the losing team. The October division of WSCS was held at Grace church a recent evening. Mrs. Evelyn Reese reviewed the lesson and plans were made for a rummage sale in the spring. A Dutch treat was served. Prank Arnold recently celebrated his twelfth birthday with a party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Arnold. Guests included Barbara Cole, Becky Cosner, Carol Craig, Joan Friend, Colleen Davis, Ronald Franklin, Robert Allamong, Edgar, Wayne, Mary and Martha Arnold and Frank Arnold. Valentines were presented each guest. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. DeWilt, H, W. Campbell and E. R. Cook, all of Cumberland, and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ours and W. B. Helmick, New Creek, Drive, returned from a trip to' 'New York sponsored by the Peoples Life Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Shrout ar.d children, of Painesville, Ohio, visited Mrs. Maud Shrout, of Barnum, and Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Faugh, Piedmont. Mr. Paugh is recuperating from a severe attack of rheumatic fever. Harry Boggs returned to Philadelphia after a visit with his parents here. Miss Ruth Arnold, Ray Arnold, Charles Bolyard, Miss Elizabeth Burner and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Twigg attended the Ice Gapades in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bright are leaving for an extended vacation to Arizona and California. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warnick, Piedmont, will motor to St. Petersburg, Fla., where they will spend a vacation with her uncle, S. R. Foreman. graders, the minuet. William Toms Mr - and Mrs Clifton Malcolm and played several selections on the lighter, Leslie and Mrs. Leroy K Mower, Cumberland; Miss "-oion clarinet. "The Postman Song" was sung by Marion Johnson and Ronald Thomas. To Undergo Surgery BARTON—Mrs. Maude Kirk is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cum- whcre she will undergo bcrland, surgery. 50c PLATE LUNCH served daily at PRINCESS RESTAURANT 12 W. Mom S». Frottburg Menu Changes Daily CERTIFIED A REAL "BUY" 1949 Chevrolet 2 Door Deluxe R & H Undercooling Water £ Mechanic Sts. Phone 300 Frostburg Helen Streeter and Miss Geraldine Arnold, Romney, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Arnold and daughter, Susann, Keyser, were guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Arnold. Miss Lena McCandllss returned to Parkersburg. To Keep In Good Supply of LOW PRICES APPLES at 1.59 Bushel Bring your own basket or return ours and receive your lOc deposit JO-LE-KAY MARKET East Main at Grant Phone 73: We pay lOc for all tuskcts brought In. New Pupils May Now Enroll In DIXON DANCE STUDIO Lonaconing — Froirburg Luke — Keyser Phone Lona. 5644 or 5641 Westernport PTA Marks Founder's Day At School WESTERNPORT — Hammond Street Parent-Teacher Association observed Founder's Day with a program at a meeting in the school auditorium last night. V. Browne Kooken. civil defense director of Westernport, spoke on civil defense. Mrs. Zihlman Callis, president of the association, reported on the State Congress and Child Study Workshop. Mr. Brief Mention and Mrs. Paul Poland announce the birth of a son February 10 at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, W. Va. The mother is the former Miss Joan Russell. John "Tupp" Davis is reported ill at his home with the flu. Robert McCormick returned from Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. George Montgomery is improving, at her home after an illness of several days. Miss Sally Hyde visited her sister, Miss Clara Ann Hyde, Washington. Mrs. .Catherine Creutzberg remains ill in the Church Home Hospital, Baltimore, where she suffered a stroke several weeks ago. She is a, former resident. Mrs. Harry Michael, Meyersdale, Pa., is visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Broadwater were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Broadwater, Salisbury, Pa. Mrs. Jean Duckworth and Miss Ruth Myers, both of .Washington, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Myers. Paul Richard Williams, Silver Spring, spent the weekend with his parents, "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams. Verda L. Michael spent the weekend in Washington visiting friends and relatives. Miss Doris Mowbray, R. N., of Midland Roller Rink Re-Opening Tonight with o Valentine Skating Party. Free Refreshments. SKATING Every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday Afternoon and Evening Shooting Match Square Circle Club House SUNDAY, FEB. 17 7:00 P. M. Prizes: Hams Shoot From A Worm Building Homemakers Club Holds All-Day Sewing Meet WESTERNPORT — Westernport Homemakers Club held an all day sewing meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. Robert Campbell, East Hampshire Street, Piedmont. Each member brought her own lunch. Visited Parents PIEDMONT, W. Va.—Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Fike, Arlington, Va., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Pike, East Hampshire Street. Cumberland, is spending several days with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Mowbray. The Safety Patrol of Barton School was honored at a social Wednesday night at the school. The program included films on safety, with David E. Kirk, local representative of the County Safety Council, in clfarge. For Rent Fully Equipped Modern ESSO STATION Rt. 28 near Ft. Ashby Operator Going In Service Phone Fort Ashby 2773 ] FLOWERS [» J For All £ j OCCASIONS t * V *, Frmh from Our Grunhouin ^ 1 PHILLIPS' >* 3 FLOWER SHOP £ The Uptown Liquor Store & Bar All Liquors In Fifths, Pints or Half-Pints At Cut Rate Store Prices MINIATURES DRAFT BEER GE TELEVISION HOTEL GUNTER TAP ROOM 13 W. Main St. Frottburg FOR SALE Reconditioned and Guaranteed 1949 Chrysler WINDSOR, 6 PASSENGER COUPE New Rubber — Fully Equipped Low Mileage 1949 Sport Coupe ,n. y 22,000 miles and a Block Beauty. 1947 Ron tiac a beautiful blue car. SPORT COUPE, 1947 Pont 130 ^ DAN, o nice family car. 1942 Pontiac SEDAN COUPE new paint, a nice car. SPORT COUPE 1 941 Poniiac with a ' nice light gray paint job. Cheap. DOOR SE- 1941 Pontiac < DAN, a cheap car with load* of transportation. 1941 Pontiac DAN, fa nice cheap car. 1941 Ford , New motor. TON TRUCK, Ask us about our G.M.A.C. Financing Plan Crowe Pontiac Go, Phone 14 Frostburg ; Last week our free tickets to the PALACE & LYRIC .,*,*«< ™o went to Ellsworth Kitzmiller of Midland. Three more passes are available so be SURE to ask your local merchant. JO-LE-KAY GROCERY STORE really has buys on soaps this week. One brand of soap even gives you your money back; another gives a special on a bath brush. So, if you want your back scrubbed, have your husband ask about this bargain! Saving money isn't difficult. It's merely a good habit. Start today to save regularly at FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK. * * * * The GIFT SHOP has a lovely display of fancy stationery of all kinds; well stocked. There too can be found beautiful wedding & baby announcements. Shop there today and you'll be pleased. WAFER'S FURNITURE STORE now has available SylvanJa TV sets with a 17" screen, as well as the regular 20". Their Halo light is easy on the eyes. It's easy on the pocket-book too. Ask Joe. * * * * For the most complete new line of the three famous names in watches: Elgin, Hamilton and Bulova (ladies & men's) go to HOSKEN JEWELRY STORE. Priced from $27.50 and up. Need one, Charlie? ' "A- ^ ,A, -±r You know about crying "wolf". Tim didn't believe it either when they told him it was wise to insure against wind loss. When this last wind blew his roof off he wished he'd gone to BEALL INSURANCE & REALTY CO. before-hand. * * * * The reason Tom had to go to the cleaners last week was that he spilled soup on his dinner jacket. It could happen to you. If so, take your clothes to DEIST'S CLEANERS & DYERS. ~k ~k ~k~ ~k Shopping in FORD'S DRUG STORE, • found Pepsodent's new "Chlorodent" toothpaste which performs miracles in your mouth. We like it. * * * * Got a birthday party—a "shindig" too? Go to HILL'S and you'll find for you— Gifts, balloons, napkins, games, candles, favors <te lovely clerks Hey! Great news girls! We found some bobby pins with rubber on them. NANCY'S BEAUTY SALON has bobby pins tipped with rubber so they don't pull your hair when you put them on, rust resistant too. THE FROSTBURG DEPARTMENT STORE has Dayton foam pillows—$5.95 & 6.95. Tne latter has a zipper. Easy sleeping tonight. Last Sunday we had a delicious ravioli. Last night we had pizza pie at 'AL'S RESTAURANT. Tills Sunday we're having scrumptious rigatoni with chicken. How about joining us? Have something that needs repaired? Don't take It to the junk pile, lady. Just bring it to the FROSTBURG MUSIC & ELECTRIC SHOP. They'll put new life in your old motor. Rae's mother had to be taken to Memorial Hospital Sunday. She was glad she had insurance. BOETTNER AND BOETTNER will give you just the hospitalization Insurance you neetd. See them now. * * * * Yum! Yum Would you like some? Some what? Why all-dinner rolls, of course. THE FROSTBURG BAKERY has a large assortment of these at 24c a dozen. Like some, Mr. Suter? * * * * • ;•:< MORTON'S GARAGE has a new Bear wheel balancer & alignment .„ machine. The balancer checks static and dynamic balance; latest thing. If you want precision with reasonable rates see Freddie now } ; * * * * PRICHARO'S suggest get your order in now for baby chicks to In- ; sure delivery as you need them. All breeds, AAA blood tested. Start them out right with Tuxedo feed too. * * * * We were shopping in the JACK POT Saturday and found cotton slips, eyelet lace top embroidered, eyelfit embroidered bottoms, only $1.00; sizes 32 to 52. Rae bought three for herself and one for me. * * * * Do you know where we RO when we want a shrimp dinner well cooked? We go to WORKMAN'S RESTAURANT where we found 21 large fried shrimp breaded, in the basket. Order to take out too. * * * * Now, f,o RO shoppinc in LonaconinK. Our first, stop Is ErCIUfORN'S FURNITURE STORE where we found living room suites ot such beautiful design it made us almost decide to get married and buy one. * * * * Come on Central, bum that floor! Come on, gang, raise the score. Let's boat Allegany to-night. Get a hot-dog and your HOHING POP! * * * * It's out! It's mil; America's most powerful otiRinc doslfjn. The new 160 hp, Fire-dome 8 DeSoto. It's at the LONACONING MOTORS this week. Tiptoe shift-fluid drive—terrific getaway. Sec it. * * * * While we wrre in Barton, we stopped in tlin DAVIS BOWL-MOR CENTRE and had some of their excellent fountain service. "Jo's" service makes stopping there a. pleasure. You'll see. * * * * For fire & auto insurance, why not go to JAMES PARK, INSURANCE in Lonaconing. We know from experience—it pays to insure. Speaking of aiitos, the LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY, Lonaconing branch has a wonderful auto loan service— 5Tc interest on new cars, * * * * Ask our mcchants for those free tickets. Rae's B. F. sent her ft lovely valentine to say "I love you." Got well quick "Maw". KAYE & RAE Dial lonaconing 3131 \f Dial Lonaconing JMl ^ Super Specials! FRESH PICNICS ....... Ib. 33' COUNTRY LARD .... 2 Ibs. 35' VEAL ROAST ...... . Ib, 59' REES MARKET Phone 328 Frostburg SEE A FIRST! leek whnt Mnyhag given you: • Ypsra of faithful performance • Cleaner elothp* with famous Gyrafoam washing action • Exclusive Roller Water Remover • Three models to choose from J* Liberal fnrmt, low Monthly P<rym«nfi Frosiburg Furniture & Undertaking Co. 2 E. Main St. Phone 265 yr*) CONIES'! , . . Where he'i "pulling on tho dog for h« Itnowi it pdd* lo his prestige to Patronise u». Seagram's V.O. °nd Canadian Club $6.00 f'fth 20 PROOf 30 PROOF CALIFORNIA WIRES Port Sherry Muscotcl Pints ... 40c Fifts ... 63c !/ 2 Gal, $1.49 *' LIQUOR STOW ti • C/6A*eT7ff - {OVA

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