Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 28, 1957 · Page 22
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 22

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO EVENING .TIMES, CUMBERLAND,. MD., . TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1957 Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker Ocean Road Group Elects MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., «n — The Ocean Highway Assn., which was formed here 23 years ago, has elected Uoyd Madden ol Myrtle Beach as its president succeeding Charles F. liussell of Ac- cotnac, Va. The association opened its con- vcnlion Friday with some 200 delegates from (lie Mid-Atlantic stales. Oilier new officers are Ernest, Ward Jr., EdeiHon, N. C., andj. R. H. Jones, .Myrtle Beach, vice): presidents; G. [1. Harding of" Kdeuloj), vice president at large; W. T, Schwartz, \Vilmington, Del. secretary-treasurer; ami Emmell Brinson, New Bern, N.C. assistant secretary. The association adopted an expanded program of promotional »/ advertising, and moved to add K additional field representatives Sloths are known for tlieir peculiar way of hanging upside down when walking about the brandies of Hie trees that form their home in tlie forests of Ccn tr&l and South America. THIS WEEK'S SINGER SPECIAL Three world- famous SINGER* Slant Needle Portable sewing machines which have been used as demonstrators available at reduced bargain prices. Good as new-never out of our hands. Here's the value you've been waiting for, so hurry — first come, first served! Liberal trade-in allowance. Easy terms. CLOSE OUT! ALL PURPOSE STOOLS SAVE MORE THAN YOU PAY! REG. $15.95 NOW $5.95 • A Trade Ma,k of THE SINGER MfG. CO. SINGER SEWING CENTER 65 Baltimore St. Four Men Seek LaVale Zoning Posts The zoning commillee of the .aValc Civic Improvement As- odalion announced the names asl night of four candidates for LaVale Zoning Walter N. Hedrick, chairman ol he zoning committee, said they ire John J. Rowan, Woodlawn; 0 a k w o o d qualify for the June 18 election, omtiiittee are J. Kenneth Mor- lie proposed Joan' A. Lancaster, Street; Leslie J. Clark, Park loighls, and W. William Yoder, Annan Knolls. Hcdiick said the four live n varied geographic sections ol election District 29 and have a variety of occupations. Rowan is retiring from Celaiicse :.ancastcr is a reporter for the Cumberland Evening Times is an attorney and Yoder (he plumbing business. Supporters of the four men arc circulating the ne lions so that they Sach petition must contain .the names of at least 20 properly qualified voters of Election District 29 and must bo filed with the Allcgany County Board of Klec- ion Supervisors on or before nidnighl Saturday, June 8. The June 18 election is two-fo;d. The voters first must decide whether to accept or reject zon- ng for their rapidly developing election district. Secondly, they must elect a three-member zoning board to serve if the zoning plan is approved. The zoning committee plans to get Boy Scouts to deliver posters and leaflets to the LaVale urging "Get Out And O an, Gilbert P. Bohn, Waller County attended the third annual Edwards, Byron Bonebreak, Mrs. anet lleacox, Albert Tosh and John M. ftobb. The Real Tiling Mnnc-ni ir \, * m „, ly rt S™ 1 Janws u. ftrnoia, Miss NOHt-OLK Va. Wt-The Navy Pa i ricia Kingi , nis dl Mj ias assigned the Antietam, its Vt >rnie Duckworth,.Hawlings, and' irsl angled deck carrier, lo its William Baker, Flintstone. Some air (raining station at Fensacola, RQ representatives from all 23 •la. It will be the firsl time Ihe Maryland counlies attended the fledgling aviators have had a conference, chance lo land on the type ship Croup From County ,;. Attends 4-H Session v , ': '._ ' ' Four persons from Allegany Maryland 4-11 Leadership fcrencc last week end in Harford County. Attending were Assistant County Agent JaiiH'S B. Arnold, Miss __ —..„ „,, .,,.„ ^,j,,, u ,,,j, j-i,HIMVI \I«IA in \.i\ai jju vhicli is now becoming standard recreation session Saturday n the Navy. Arnold was in charge of a noon. CLIMAX OP CHURCH EVENT —The annual May procession was held Sunday evening at SS. Peter and Paul Church with the school children of the parish taking part. Pictured above as she crowns a siatue of the Virgin Mary in the church is Miss Arlene Green, a student of (Jrsuline Academy. The crown bearer is Susie Lancaster, a pupil in SS. Peler and Paul School. Students at both Ursuliuo and SS. Peter and Paul participated. Local Delegates Attend State Confab Representatives of Cumber- Jolin McDcvitl, and, Froslburg, Alt. Savage and superintendent of schools in Walt- Oafclaml councils attended the '!'?'"•_ Jlas s., who is supreme Maryland State Knights of Co- ' innbus convention over the week „ "epresonlmg Cumberland "lid in Ocean City. Co " llcl1 586 wcre Thomas E. Car- Edward J. Jackson, a past ""'' W ' Edward N ' DUS > John w ' grand knight of Frostburg Ccmn- :il 1-1-12, was selected as otie of; ;ix Maryland delegates to attend! he Supreme Convention in Chi cago this August. Charles B. Humelsine. an nf-i :icial of Olin Mathieson Chemical! Corporation, was re-elected state! deputy of the "Maryland Council i and will be serving his third term' in that office. Other officers are Maurice -T. Klein, Baltimore, slate secretary; Dr. John Cross, Leonardtown, state treasurer. l,co G. Kaepfle, Silver Spring, slate ad-, vocate; William Armstrong. Towson, state warden. Chaplain is! Rev. Gerard W. Spraker, of Loth-j iun. The convention voted to return (o Ocean City next year, A highlight ol the sessions was a clam bake on Saturday afternoon. The main address at the convention Archibald C. Willison 'Will I'rohalcd Here I . The Orphans Court has probated Ihe will of Archibald C. Willison. former superintendent of ; Allcgany county schools, who idled May 15. Willison left his estate lo his [daughter. Miss Dorothy Willison. J20I Fayctte Street, who eiualified as executrix under a S500 bond. The will was dated June 30. 1947. and Wilbert K. I.ogsdon represented .Alt. Savage Council 1058 while John E. Davis, Edward J. Jackson, and Merman J. represented Frostburg Melotfi Counc.ii James B. Nally and were delegates Robinson Oakland Council 1771. Cumberland rt--rfV i ,jtl-l7*.x-.s*Ji^-^&. 1 ,(**.. -. -J> Cloalt&Suit formulated lo meet the severest weather conditions. jlti extreme toughness also mesls !ha conlinuol £v«or underfoot. Dries lo a lull, durable gloss finish. Gallon $6.40 Quart $1.98 Cumberland's Paini Service Store the place to solve your paint problems! 301 Baltimore Ave,, at Decatur St. Phone PA 2-5575 - We Deliver . (he LaVale Fire Hal . between 7 a..m. and 7 p. m. June PITTSB PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. 317 Henderson Ave. Phone PA 4-3434 tt«J^ The superb quality of milder, 86 Proof Old Crow has made it America's most popular bourbon! / as PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 99 1OO Proof Balllfd in Band aiailable as usual ilUry Co., FionUon, Ky., Dlil r ;hul«d By Nol. Dl!!. PtoJ. Coip elar New Purchases SPECIALLY PLANNED FOR SUMMER'S FIRST BIG HOLIDAY! Shop Tuesday and Wednesday CLOSED THURSDAY DECORATION DAY Dresses.. . tremendous fashiaii-vaiucs at COOL, REFRESHING SHEERS COTTONS AND WONDERFUL FABRICS NYLONS AND MIRACLE SCORES OF STYLES CASUAL WEAR FOR DRESS Use Your First National Charge Account Dresses and more dresses . . . Hundreds of dresses for the biggest, most exciting pre-Decoration Day event ever! New Styles! New Colors! New Values! And sizes for all ... For juniors . . . for misses . . . for women . . . in regular and half sizes. CLOAK AND SUIT \

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