Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 29, 1957 · Page 6
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FliOSTBURG-KEYSER Murphy /i -_.-• 'W l _* **.* < •' « . 'mr 1 '. ' S • Dm.~,.i J ' ' At«l Tri-Sfate Area (6) Evening^Times, Wednesday, May 29, 1957 Piedmont Hi Graduation Awards Given PIEDMONT - Leah Rae Ross 'MissLonaconing Magistrate hiD&ll.f. l.flntitiuau ,-.., £^ 'i'_ • lohpeakAt Vet Program Event For Homecoming LONACON1NG — Miss Bonni Neat. 16. and Miss Dorothy Craw i-ir,is»iu.\j — Lean itae KOSS ixcai. 16, and Miss Dorothy Craw- was awarded the valediclorianlford, 16, have registered' in the FROS' medal last night at Picdmont|"Miss Lonaconing" contest to be son - u High School during graduation cx-|held during Homecoming Wee maestri ercises. Thfrly-one diplomas were' presented to the 1957 seniors. , -. ~* " t>LU£l ajr.i ui HJU V, Miss Ross also received the School talent is being on Monday, July 1, at 8 p. m A program of top Valley Hig certificate for the Readers' Digest award. The salutatorian medal given by the Parent-Teacher Association went to Paul \\il- liam Harr who also received a arrange — ^— .*-V«,\.M u a scnool nrch by Mrs. Doris B. Mitchell durin the contest at the Good V Volunteer Fire Company Armory. A school orchestra group dance num and Paper Company. P»vcrly Ann Bryan •anked third in scholarship and received a medal awarded by the faculty She also received the Librar Club award, cilizensbip meda Balfour Key, Yorkist Socict medal and Thespian award. A Library Club award went t Louella Marie Woodworlh wh also was recipient of a citizenshi medal given by the Kelly-Mans field Post 52, American Legion A similar medal presented b Sam Widmer. past commander went to Jesse Russell Metcal The Bausch and Lomb award fo science was given to Kennet Duane Miller. The Eighth Grade histor award given by Potomac Va! ley Chapter, Daughters of th American Revolution, was pre sen ted by Miss Adair Wei ton f Kermit Becker. The Lancastrian L i t e r a r Award went to Marleen Su: livan. Diplomas were presenter by G. Harley Dixon, president o the Mineral County Board Education. Principal Vernon n Staggers presided and presented the various awards. The guest speaker during th evening was Dr. James H Hen ning. head of the Department o Speech of West Virginia Univer Kity- Rev. Robert M. Campbell pastor of the Presbyterian Church gave the invocation and benedic tion. The processional and recession al were played by Edward Sea man of the high school faculty T ki se !£''° ns w<;re S ™E by th Jreble Chorus of high school stu ocnts. Teenage Dnnce Planiiet WESTERNPORT-A ieenag, dance will be held tomorrow a p p ; "i- '? Um ' on "all. Pat and Rudy Sullivan will provide music Ready-Mix CONCRETE LEWS Concrete Products 8 TAYLOR ST. FROSrBURG PHONE 3JZ MT. CITY ROLLER RINK SKATING Wed. Fri. Sat. NIGHTS FOR Skating Parties Phone Frostburg 438-J by tslenled youlh will be pre senled. Any girls 16 or older may regis ter for the contest at the Polo mac Edison office, at Eichhorn' Furniture store or at Valley Higl School by Monday. To Decorate Graves Veterans will go this evening al 6:30 to the local cemeteries Oak Hill. St. Mary's and Olc Coney, to place flags on the graves of soldiers. Members o the American Legion and Vet .'rans of Foreign Wars will assisl with the placing of the flags. A .Memorial Day service wil! be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow at the Soldier's Monument in the First Presbyterian Church yard At 10:45 the parade of veterans, 372nd Military Police Unit, U. S Army Reserves, Lonaconing City Band and VFW Auxiliary, wil] leave the VFW home, marching over Hanekamp Street to the monument for the observance. Edward McPartland will be master of ceremonies. Rev. C. H. Goshorn will give opening prayer and benediction. The land will play several selections Fred H. Anderson, new Juvenile Court magistrate, will give he address to those assemblec Jt the monument. Presentation of wreaths will be made. The salute to war dead will be made by the firing squad of the :72d Military Police Unit, U. S Army Reserves. Taps will be sounded by tlia bugler, William Barnard. William Nolan, chairman, larold William Moyer, Calvii James and Alexander Gardne •omprise 'the committee ii charge of the program. The rarade group will march back to ianekamp Street following the service. Brief Mention Thomas Staup arrived home from New York City where he las completed his first year o study for the Episcopal ministry and will be at his home, St Mary's Terrace, until Saturday. Legion Plans Service BARTON—Members of Barloi _'ost 189, American Legion Post vill honor those killed in service '>y placing a wreath of flowers -il the Honor Roll. They will march in a body from the Legion home to the monument at 7 p. m. tomorrow. Taps will be played and a firing squad will perform. Ernest Poland is commander of the local unit. Meetings are held each Wednesday evening. Supper Scheduled I MIDLAND — The Midland [Homemakers Club will hold colors following the address. A second program will be hel> at Frostburg Memorial Park a 3 p.m. with J. Glenn Beall Jr. also a Navy veteran, giving Ih „. ,.v, u rlluil y ai » p m m th( iddrcss. Rev. Paul V. Taylor, parish hall. The Sodality will re •astor of Zion Evangelical and ceive Holy Communion at th< Reformed Church, will give the 7:30 mass Sunday. ..._ _ ^ _ _ Bf[ef Mention Admilted to the Miners Hospi lal as medical patients were 'covered dish supper today at 6 !p. m. in Red Men's Hall, Broad- jway Street, in observance of its ithirty-first anniversary. After •the meal, a program and the rcg- jular business meeting will be held. FROSTBURG-Fred H. Anderon, U. S. Navy veteran and magistrate of Juvenile Court in Cumberland, will speak at Memorial Day services tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Froslburg Post Office Plaza, sponsored by Farrady Post 24, American Leion. The Arion Band will play several selections and the Legion color guard present the nvocation and Rev. Paul Cara : etta, pastor of First Presby erian Church, will offer the lenediction. Richard Paul Wreaths, in honor of the de ^ Ir - and Mrs. eased veterans, will be placed iy the Veterans of Foreign Wars )isabled American Veterans Company D, Maryland Nationa !uard, the Legion and Cecil Ran olph Post 271, American Legion The Arion Band will also play or the service at the park ilfred Drew and Earl R. Miller re in charge of both services. loiiey Officials To Assume Posts LONACONING—Mayor Wilmoth /. Garlitz and members of the 'own Council will assume duties or a new two-year term Tuesday. Members of the new council vill be Douglas Waddell, John G. Thomas, Robert M. Grove and Benjamin E. Zarger. Garlitz, lected to the council two years go, has served as acting mayor ince the resignation of Virgil \lexander. Thomas and Grove re now members of the council nd Waddell is a former councilman. Zarger is the only political ewcomer. The outgoing council also in- ludes Frederick H. Sneeley who id not seek re-election. Tuesday's meeting will begin at :30 p. m. Then Mayor Garlitz, 'ho already has received his ath of office from Joseph E. ioden, clerk of Allegany County Circuit Court, will swear in the our eouncilmon who were electee vith him May 7. Meanwhile, it was announced hat applications for the positions of clerk, treasurer and streei maintenance man will be re ="" un ceived by,the Mayor and Council ington. until the June meeting. Robert B Thomas is the present clerk lenry Connor, treasurer and A'. Ta'sker. street larshall Fazenbaker, maintenance man. Lonaconing will get oliceman, effective Saturday, he new patrolman is W. Wilson ivil Service Commission as , esult of a recent examination he other policemen are Quail S 'ilson and James D. Lyden. Thomas Legion llects Officers THOMAS-Ugo J. Mass! was elected commander of Blue Ridge! ...... President Of Senior Class FROSTBUHG - Kenneih Murphy was elected president 'of the 1957-58 Senior Class at Bcall j'gh School yesterday. Raymond Kamauff was named vice president; Peggy O'Neal secretary and Carol Bean, treasurer. 'The new officers will assume their duties at the beginning , the school term in September. Confessions Planned Confessions will be heard today at St. Michael's Catholic Church from 5 until 6 p. m. and from r:30 until 8:30 p. rn. Tomorrow is the. Feast of tin Ascension, a holy day of obliga ion for members of the Catho ic faith. Masses will be celebrat ed at 5:30. 7. 8 and 9 a.m. Bene diction of the Most Blessed Sac i-ament will be held after thi last mass. The weekly church social wil be held Friday at 8 p. m. in th Jenkins, son . Paul Jenkins, 55 West Main Street; Ernest Bamp ton, 289 East Main Street, am Alexander Rowe, Bowery Street College Head To Entertain FROSTBURG _ The 1957 graduates of Frostburg Stale Teach- rs College, both senior students md associate arts students competing the two year junior col- ege course, will be honored with a lea at the home of President and Mrs. R. Bowen Hardesty 79 West Main Street, Tuesday from 4 to 6 p. m. Pouring tea will be Mrs. Howrd Briggs. Miss Margaret Hamton, Dr. Dorothy Howard Dr Mice Schuster. Dr. Lucile Clay" Miss Irene Kirkeby, Dr. Hazel iamsay, Mrs. Betty Taylor, M rs " a . r ' ln Hamrick. Miss Pauline lobbs, Miss Elizabeth Hilchins and Miss Lillian Wellner .Mrs. William Silvcrthorne, social director at FSTC, will be in charge of all arrangements for he lea. The table will be deco- ra ed with a pink and blue floral scheme and Miss Geraidine Drake will be in charge of re freshmenls, S re In addition to the graduates all members of Ihe faculty have been invited to attend Mt. Lake Park MT LAKE PARK-James Melz visited his daughter at Episcopal Hospital, Washington. Mrs. T. H. Mosser visited Mr and Mrs. Harold Foster in Wash Mrs. Jreen, Ivan DeWill. visited her sister, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Wilson White Winter Haven, Fla. visited Mi . . --" . .-.,, i-ld. yj b j a third and Mrs. Raiidol Simms Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Phillip. he new patrolman is W. Wilson are at Clearfield, Pa at end 'n* ook who w'as certified by the (he annual sessions of the Cen IVII Spruinn ^nmmlr.^;^^ __ _ I—1 n__ . . ""-J ui uie ^en- — -""-""wius LU me i^ ral Pennsylvania Conference Mrs. Nellie Johnson visited rel atives at Baltimore. Jesse Landis, Baltimore, visit- a his parents, Mr. and Mrs J ... Landis. Pvl. Joseph Weeks, Fort Jack- arcnt NEW _,, '-"•-••J*jfc^—Atevi ixuutri "| bhade was installed as pastor of Mt. Calvarv Evangelical Lutheran Church, Westernport, Sunday evening by Rev. George T. Weirick Aurora, president of the West Virginia Synod! He succeeds Rev. Robert E. Cassell who resigned to accept a call to Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church at Park Hill, Covington Ky Participating in the ceremony were tl. to r ) Dr. Lewis F. Engle, president of tfie Church Council; Rev. Donald Anderson, pastor of Kcyser Lutheran Church; Rev. Weirick- William Roberts, secretary of the Church 'Council and Rev. and Mrs. Shade. Miners Hospital Auxiliary Custodian Feted Re-Elects Mrs. Upton Loar ** Cc "" a ' PTA FROSTBURG _ Mrs. Uplorr Loar was re-elected president o the Miners Hospital Auxiliary at a meeting in the newly equipped auxiliary room at the hospital Monday evening. Mrs. Arthur Roe was named vice president,- Mrs. Edgar Miler, secretary; Mrs. Barrel Zeler, treasurer, and Mrs. William Pope, corresponding secretary. The president presented Mrs George Wade with a gift in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the auxiliary during the past year when she recruited more new members than anyone in the group. Plans /or the fifth anniversary meeting of the organization next month were discussed. A gram will be arranged. The annual membership drive pro- vas iniliated at this meeting, and 6 members signified their inten- ions of renewing their member- hip. Miss Patricia Madigan and •Irs. Frank Alexander, labora- ory technicians at Miners Hospi- al, demonstrated the newly purchased electro-cardiograph machine and the new Isolelte purchased by the auxiliary. Mrs. Zeller told members that a second Croupette is badly needed in the nursery, and it was de- :ided to make this the next pro- ect of the auxiliary. Piedmont Tavern Has License Revolkecl CHARLESTON, W. Va. Ifl Beer Commissioner Roy Plait revoked the license of a Minera County tavern and suspended the licenses of three others in the stale. The license of the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Piedmont was revoked as of June 1 for posses :ion and sale of liquor and ex iibiling a punchboard and tip board. Two other Mineral County taverns were suspended for 20 days each, effective June 1: Martin <esner of Marty's and Charles G 3oyce of the Loyal Order of Moose, both in Keyser. Kesner was accused of exhibiting a pinball machine and the Moose club of sale and possession of liquor. New Time Payment Policy! o carrying charge on any appliance purchased at our 'iremen Will Meet GRAOTSVILLE—The Allegany- larrett County Volunteer Fire, nen's convention will be held itre next Wednesday. The auxiliary will meet at the same time, nrm.ti™ A P arade is scheduled for that • r' xirc evenin S with *> number of prizes o be awarded. MEMORIAL DAY FLOWERS A LARGE SELECTION AND REASONABLE JO-LE-KAY OPEN AIR MARKET Frostburg T t T PRICES »> f t T t GRANT & MAIN STS. SHOP! COMPARE! BIG SAVINGS ON FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE OCCASIONAL PIECES BUNK BEDS FAMOUS MATTRESSES ROOM SIZE RUGS LAMPS SMALL APPLIANCES NURSERY FURNITURE LIVING ROOM FURNITURE SOFAS-CHAIRS HEADBOARD BEDS SOFA BEDS BROADUOOM WARDROBES DINETTES OUTDOOR FURNITURE EASY CREDIT TERMS TAKE UP TO 18 MONTHS TO PAY Post 22, American Legion, at the' recent annual election of officers.! Other officers arc Ernest Zadell, first vice commander, Edward S. Filler, second vice com-| mander; William K. Bennett,1 third vice commander; John C.i' Mason, adjutant; John J. Loch-' iner, service officer; Kenneth] Rubenstein, finance officer; Nick! Monda, Americanism officer;' Nick DePoIlo, historian; J. W.i Nordeck, child welfare officer;! Domonic Gennantonio, chaplain and Charles H. Higgins, sergeant- at-arms. Installation of these officers will he held next Wednesday, j The present post commander,! Francis G. Geroski, announced that two boys from Mountaineer Senior High School, John G.f Kline of Davis and John V. DiBacco of Thomas, would be sent' to Boys Stale at Jackson's Mill: during the first week in June. He also announced that Barbara Boz-: ic and William Burger of the Mountaineer Senior High School had been awarded the American Legion school award medal and certificate for 1957. GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER Frostburg TV Sales & Service Phone 418-J PALACE Air Conditioned . - Thurs. Susan- -Kiifc- (Hayward and Douglas are having a "Top Secret Affair' t> rr WARNER BBOSA Slork Shower Held MT. LAKE PARK-Mrs. Clinton Shrout entertained with a stork shower in honor of Mrs. Denril Hyle. Five hundred was played. Present were Mrs. Willard Wayden. Mrs. Emile Germain. Mrs. Clyde A. Gnegy, Mrs. Kay Wolfe, Mrs. Lloyd Wilt. Mrs. William Sweitzer, Mrs. Arvey Ritchie. Mrs. Elwood Groves, M.S. Joseph Welch, Mrs, Harvey Rilcy and Mrs. Homer Liston. Carrying Cases for all makes of Cameras Evary camera thouTd b« in a to trying cat* for protection agoirul damage, for k«*p!ng tl duit fro», lor tci* of carrying onrf for loftty whit* h«mgWd. S«» «vr larg* i«Ue. tfon v.hi<h will fit moit all <amiro». GRAYSON'S PKont SIM I PMrnont Si. K«yi«r, W. Va. Complete Line of Pittsburgh Paints QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE llat-W FOR FREE ESTIMATES ]17 E. MAIN ST. raoSTBURG Dudley's Markets EC K HART Phono 702-W tore. Electric Appliance Go. leading Elec T.I. HO 3-U31 iical Center Lonocamng, MJ. SEE 1957 MOTOROLA TV BOB'S RADIO WE SERVICE WHAT WE SEIL PHONE 87 69 E. MAIN fROSTBURG LONACONING - Feiix Poole. Jr., who is retiring as custodian at Central School, was honored at a recent meeting of the Parent-Teacher Associalion of the school. The program, under direction : Edward McFarland, president of the PTA unit, included a vocal selection by Mrs. Doris Struck and the enactment of a skit based on the theme "This Is Your Life." The skit included humorous highlights during his II years as Central's custodian, his childhood days and work as a coal Services To Honor Vets At Mt. Savage MT. SAVAGE—Memorial Day services will be held here tomorrow by veteran organizations, according to Carl J. Neder, commander of Old Rail Posl 6023, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Alfred fi. Benna, principal of Ml. Savage High School and a iavy veteran of World War II, i-ill be the principal speaker. ' The invocation will be given by Robert Miller of St. George Episcopal Church, and Rev. Michael Smyth, pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, will* pronounce the benediction. Organizations participating in Ihe ceremony will include the Veterans of Foreign Wars and \uxiliary, American Legion Post 169 and Auxiliary. ML Savage .'olimleer Fire Company and Auxiliary and the Boy Scouts. The Mt. Savage High School hand, directed by Alfred Snyder, will play several selections dur- ng (lie service and William Aid- ridge will be master of cerwnon- es. Units will form in front of the r'FIV home at 9;45 a. m. and at 0 will parade to the War Memorial. Open house will be held at the VFW home after the service, according to John C. Neder. adjutant of the post. The firing squad will assemble at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow and proceed to tne various cemeleries o salute the dead. Broadtail fur is obtained from he Karakul sheep. GET FRESH FLOWERS , FROM THE Greenhouse FOR Memorial Day HARVEY'S GREENHOUSE E. MAIN ST. fSOSTBUKG PHONE 264 OPEN EVENINGS AND UNTIL NOON MEMORIAL DAT FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE on POWER MOWERS Free Pickup & Delivery Clarysville Motors thomai Grctii and Evtrtlt Warn* PHONE 1100 HOTPOINT APPLIANCES and TELEVISION R.T.S. Appliance Center 197 Eosr Moln St. Phone 1485 &1. 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