Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1952 · Page 5
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uosTiuii<,-Ki:ysi:it And Tri-§tafe Area News (5) Evening Times, Monday, February 18, 1952 Beall School Lists Students On Honor Roll FROSTBURG — Earl F. Brain, principal of Beall School, announced the honor roll students for the third six-weeks period of the school year. A student must have 15 points, With a citizenship rating of "A" or "B'' to be on the honor roll. The honor students are: Prances Erode, Norma Erode, Connie Prankland, Lloyd Neilson, Blanche Filer, Anna Grace Baer, Marie Leake, Bonnie Barclay. Donna Rae Bender, Shelby Oarlock, James Harden, Harold Coburn. John Auclerso:), rlosemary Crowe, Betty Deal, Conrad Pilsinger, Nor- rnan Geary. Irene Heiland, Maxine Hyde, Edward Kyle, Kay Nelson, Mary Ann Sacco. Alphie Watkins. Colleen Brodle. Nancy Crowe, Clayton Griffith. Viola Johnson, Sue Jones, Maxine Nine, Patricia Sandvik, Mary Virginia Shirey, Andrea Sigler, Carol Stevens,. Carole Winters, Vivian Wright. i Paul Wilson, David Wilson. Carroll Staggs, William Groves. William Fresh, Steven Broadwa ter, Josephine j-, . 7 -, . Ziler, Wilma Jean Thomas, JemiKeVlVal MeetlHgS Stevenson, Brenda Shearer, Delores Rafferty, Beverly Phillips, Betty Honored At Meet WESTERNPORT—Charter mem- . bers of Bethlehem Chapter No. 14, I Order Eastern Star, were honored !at a meeting Friday night in the j Odd Fellow's Hall. ! Mrs. Elizabeth Schoppert, worthy ' matron, and her staff presented 1 a j ceremony, "Planting of the Laby- jrinth," for the honored guests. The three charter members present, Mrs. Phoebe Newlon, Luke, and ROMNEY. W. Va.—The annual j Mrs. Mary stuby and Norris Bruce, American Legion oratorical contest;both of Westernport, were present- iwill be held tonight at 8 at the! ed gifts on behalf of the chapter by i Romney Post Home. The winner oi ] Mrs. Margaret WoUe, conductress. 'the event will represent Hampshire j and Mrs. Roseleii Stizltz, associate , County in a district contest at Shep- ; conductress. < herdstown in March. Th e charter members spoke brief A Gordon Slonaker, principal ol ly relative to the organization of the Romney High School, said the con- lodge 50 years ago. Annual Legion Speech Contest Slatecl Tonight lestants will include Charla Carpenter, Ted Judy, Wade Judy. Eliza- |beth Pancake, Anna Marie Pani clone, Jane Petry and Pat Taylor. Cash awards will be presented the Other charter members not present include Mrs. Nellie Dates, Mrs. Meta Harrison. Mrs. Lena Neff, Mrs. Gertrude Suter and Miss Hattie Thomas. NAMED INSTRUCTOR—Jack Russell Snyder, La Vale, has been appointed teacher of the Fifth Grade at Mt. Savage School. A mid-year graduate of Frostburg State Teachers College, he completed his high school studies at Hancock. Gilmore Minister Conducts Series i winner and runner-up in tonights Mrs. Gertrude Ferrell, deputy i event. The winner of the district lecturer of the Grand Chapter of McKinley, Nancy Festerman, Charles Talley. Genevia Delaney, John Hawkins, Carl Martirano, Charles F Crowe, JoAnn Loar, Judy Davies, Jean Jeffries, Layton Stott. Colleen Festerman. Barbara Ann Densmore, Marie Goebe!. Beverly Kroll. Joseph McGregor. Karol Kaye Keister, Sandra Loar. Ralph Nelson. Rosalie Ort, Joan Shuey, Lois Sweitzer, Jane Jenkins, Audrey Cutter, Vicki Kennedy. Anna Mae Truly, Faye Williams, Helen Airhart, Phyllis Harclerode, Ronald Gordon, Donna Jean Starkey, Goldie Richards, Ellen Richardson and Judith Flke. Brief Mention LONACONING — Rev. Walter Veasel. pastor of Lonaconing Pentecostal Holiness Church, announced that a revival campaign started last night at the church and will continue through Sunday, March 2. Services will be conducted daily at 7:30 p. m., excepting Saturdays. The speaker will be Rev. Donald H. Wilkes, son of Mrs. Harry Wilkes. Gilmore. who is an ordained evangelist of the Maryland Conference of the Pentecostal Holiness Church. Rev. Mr. Wilkes attended local schools but completed his high school and theological training at Holmes Bible College, Greenville, S. C. He graduated last May with a Bachelor of Divinity degree. During his summer vacations while attending Holmes College, and since his graduation, Rev. Wilkes contest will receive a four-year scholarship to any college in the state under the supervision of the State Board of Education. Scholarship will also be awarded to the first four placing in the national contest. The subject on the contest is "The Constitution in a Changing World." The American Legion sponsors the contest in an effort to stimulate study and research of the Constitution and Bill of Rights by high school students. More than 300,000 are expected to participate in the contests, which are held in 46 states. The Church of the Nazarene has, has conducted evangelistic meetings completed plans for a revival ser- in the Maryland Conference) whic h vice to be held at the church at 7:30 p. rn. Sunday, March 2. J. Perry Trublood, Hartford. N. C., will be the speaker and Rev. Joseph D. Byers, pastor, will have charge of the service. Harvey Winebrenner, Garrett county, who was recently injured when struck by an automobile, has been removed from Miners Hospital to Memorial Hospita.1, Cumberland. Mrs. Carrie Keiling. 6 Cirant Street, returned from Miners Hospital. Marshall Skidmore, Linden Street, is a patient in Newton D. Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, W. Va. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Jeffries, Broadway, are home after vacationing in Florida. Miss Elizabeth Donohue. a recent patient in Miners Hospital, is re- includes 1 New Jersey, West Virginia. Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Evans, Baltimore, will be honored with a special ceremony entitled, "Washington Speaks to His Countrymen", Dinner Honors Two Brothers CRESAPTOWN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cessna recently entertained with a turkey dinner in honor of her brothers. Pfc. Edgar Lee Hounshell. Jr.. Parris Island, S. C., and Dale I. Hounshell, Fairmont, W. Va. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hounshell and daughter, Sonja. Mrs. James M. Hounshell, Mrs. Edgar Hounshell. Jr.. Frostburg,' Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hounshell, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee and daughter. Lois. Cindy Cessna, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cessna, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. William Ogden and son, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson and daughters, Cumberland, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stewart and daughters, Zelienople, Pa. Pfc. Hounshell later returned to Parris Island, where he is stationed. Maryland, paid an official visit to the chapter. Mrs. Elizabeth Schoppert, worthy matron, and John Price, worthy patron, presided. Refreshments were served. at a meeting of Martha Washington ar >d Dale Hounshell to Fairmont Chapter No. 10, O. E. S., on Friday st -ate College, where he is a student. evening. Mrs. Evans is a 50-year member of the chapter and the oc- j casion will mark his first visit to the! Mr ' ancl Mr *> . w - A ' Judy are Brief Mention chapter in 29 years. I reported ill at their home. Mrs. Margaret C. Fresh. Pitts-] burgh; Mrs. John W. Hutson, Ches-| Mr. and Mrs. Randell Beachy returned from visiting relatives in ter, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. A. Aubrey Evans and family attended the funeral here of Mrs. Hannah T. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyd and Mrs. John Gowans spent the week- iLoraine and Akron. School Council Heads Named FROSTBURG — Officers of the Student Council of Beall School were elected at a recent meeting at the school. Named were Paul Wilson, chairman; Clayton Griffith, cochairman, and Wilma Jean Thomas, secretary. Homeroom and section representatives on the council include: Anna Grace Baer, Francis Ann Erode, Susann Wright, Colleen Fes- termari; Thomas Rafferty. Mary Ann Sacco, Bradford Lewis, James Speir, Donna Kaye Dyche, Faye Williams, Brenda Shearer, Ralph Nelson, Phyllis Harclerode, Jean Jeffries, James Harden, Sue Jones, Robert Bennett, Peggy O'Neal, Verla Brain, Thomas Winebrenner, Julia Willetts, Lowell Chapman. Mary Jane Dorsey, Judy Wellings, Brenda Brain. John Craze, Linda Sweetie. Kay Beeman. James Mc- Fartend., Nancy Griffith, Judy Tighe. Ronnie McKenzie, Gary Sweene and Shirley Johnson. The council, with faculty advisors in attendance, meets twice a month to discuss student problems. Fort Ashby FORT ASHBY, W. Va. — Leroy Wagoner and Richard Malone received physical examinations recently at Fairmont for induction in the armed forces. Mrs. Margaret Adams returned to the home of her son, Carl Adams, after spending a month with her daughter, Mrs. Clem Armstrong, Rawlings, Md. W. D. Helmich returned from New i York, after attending a convention Mr. and Mre. W. A. Fuller, Wash- : 0 f the Peoples Life Insurance Com- ington, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ;pany. cuperating at her home, East Main! end In Laurel. Street. The American Legion Auxlllarv Smith. Mr. and Mrs. George Fitchett, David Shank and Nina Lee Shank, jail of Washington, visited Mrs. ! Annie Sodality devotions will be held will hold agames party tonight at," ^ R ^ ^^ u reported Jm _ Wednesflay at 7:30 ;\ m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church. the Post Home for the benefit i Heart fund. of the I Mrs. Edward Preman and infant) Additional contributions to the| Va visjtec j his' family over' the Calvin Alt and Raymond Anderson, who recently enlisted in the Navy, are stationed at Bainbridge, Md. Miss Winifred Ratcliff, who has i becn in Washington, is home with proving from an illness at her home. he] . pai . cnt , K| Mr . and Mrs- K . H . 1 George Zeiglnr. Parkersburg, "' ] - Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Ramsey i have opened an ice cream bar in the!Of Church Honored son, Johnstown, Pa., returned home,March of Dimes fund which from Miners Hospital. jbeen received by J. Bradley Mar- Mrs. Elmer Stevenson and son,;shall, treasurer, include. Pride of Lonaconing; Mrs. Paul Bittinger Lonaconing Council No. 26. D. of A..^^'^^^^^ and daughter. Accident; Mrs. Carey ;S5; Central School. $20.64; Jncksonj M[ . and Mre Daniel Holler and Michael and son, Gilmore; Mrs. :School, $15.42; Detmold School,; son H aserstown. visited her mother, George Wilson and son. Midland; :$6.82, and Rockville School silver tea| Ml .g. Mascn] Dawson. Mrs. James Brady and son, McCul-,59.90. ioh Street; Mrs. Samuel Smith and] son, Lonaconing, and Mrs. Robert \ Broadwater and son, Grantsville, i have returned to their respective j ,-, , homes from Miners Hospital. li^cll'd A public social sponsored by St. Pastor, Oldest Member Dean Releases Semester Grades At Potomac State KEYSER, W. Va.—Dean K. S. MeKee has announced the final grades for the first semester at Potomac State School. The list reveals 35 sophomores and 34 freshmen with averages of 3.0 <B) or higher. Louis Green and Sarah Alexander, sophomores. mad"e 4.0. or straight '"A" averages. Green, a pre-medtcal 'major carrying 1C hours, is the son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eldred Green. j Piedmont, and a graduate of Pied- I mont High School. I Miss Alexander, who majored in : medical technology, carried 15 hours, ishe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. |c. F. Alexander, Port Washington, jLong Island, N. Y. She has com- jpleted her work at Potomac Btate and has transferred to West Virginia University. Runners-up for high grades among the sophomores were Anne Wilson, pre-education, 3.954 for 22 hours; Margaret Secrist, general secretarial. 3.9375 for IS hours; Harrison Gardner, veterinary, 3.848 for 19 hours, and Addle McLaughlin. A. B. major, with 3.8- for 20 hours. John Wagner, business administration, 3.882 for 17 hours, and Anna 'Dolly" Kimble, general secretarial. 3,818 for 22 hours, were the top freshmen. Wagner is a graduate of Allegany High School, Cumberland, and Miss Kimble is a Petersburg High School graduate. CHURCH DEDICATION SCENE — Rev. Lee E. Sheaffer, pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Westernport, is shown officiating at the recent dedication of the new worship center for the Children's Department of the Sunday- School of the church. Among the new items dedicated were the altar, cross, vases, candlesticks and picture shown to the left of Rev. Mr. Veasel. The painting was done by Rev. Guy C. Stambach. Duncan, Pa. Review Of Book Marks Guild Meet Fraternity Has Smoker Event GRANTSVILLE — The Woman's Guild of Grantsville Reformed! FROSTBURG — Nineteen pledges Church met a recent evening in the i were gll ests of honor at a recent social room of the church. Mrs.: Austin Kamp and Mrs. Charles | Reliance Honors Philip T. Seibert MARTINSBURG, W. Va—Philip T. Seibert, manager of the Trammell Agency here for two years, has Preaching Mission To Start Tonight FROSTBURG—The first service of a preaching mission will be held tonight at 7:30 at Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church. The general theme of the mission is "Christian Answers to Human Questions." Guest preacher for the series is Rev. Hartland H. Helmick, pastor to students and faculty of the Evangelical. Reformed and Congregational Christian churches in th Philadelphia area. The service tonight will be in charge of Rev. Dr. Paul V. Taylor, pastor of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church. The Junior Choir of Zion Church will sing and Mrs. Ann Ort will be the organist. , . , rs.'smoker in the College Varsity Shop been named Reliance Life Insurance esUnnnsnrpri hv Alnha Tau Alnha Company "Manager of the Year." Bradley were hostesses. by Alpha Tau Alpha 'fraternity of Frostburg'state Teach- The award was Based on outstanding agency organization. Sei- Mrs. Mary Livengood was the ers college, leader. The program included: j The progl . am included shor t talks ibejt wl11 be Presented a trophy at Hymn, "For the Beauty of the by John c Metzgen president, and; a dinner hcre later Earth." prayer, scripture by Mrs.,^ lfred Taylor adv j sor O j tlle f ra _j Seibert is a nephew of Mrs. Ellen LivengoocJ, and a report on the In, iternitv. Jack Lechhter. program > Nel »- former preceptress of the ternational Christian University by i chairnwni ]ed tne p]cdKes and mem .j women's dormitory at Potomac Mrs. Benny Epstein. bers in a variety of for which!State School, Keyscr, W. Va. There were 23 members and one :pr , zes wcre aw a rded . Refreshments! guest present. The book, "We Amer-' w sei . ved . i*,nv>c- " MrM>tV, 11-M QmlMl '' V)V ' leans," North and South," by by, Farm Bureau Meeting Mrs. Epstein. The following pledges attended: Ronald Fearer. William Kirk. Leo KEYSER. W. Va, — The Mineral! ^iEtakem and Gene Harris, freshmen: county Farm Bureau will meet Brake. Neil Grayson. James; Wednesday at E p. m., in the Elk | hv RPV r whrrstrme after which • wmlam ulaKK ' ^» UIHVSU.I. MM* ; Wednesday at E p. m., in the Elk "f f ± e ; m °K W l e ™ wluch !WIl H am S . William Pahcrty. Donald) Garden H igh School. Lawrence refreshments were served. Mary , Thomas Douglas, Durwood| Id]cmarl> president, said the Alle- .Brief Mention Kelly, Albert ip any Folk club> unc |cr the direction and Mclvin Eichhorn. sopn-; 0 f ^ ^ Schwiniibart. will furnish entertainment following the meeting. Refreshments will be sold by j onn carter, Raymond Chancy. Mrs. Joseph Lowry. ElHcoUxille. Kenneth Tookey and Elmer Durr, lhc 4 _ H c!ul , Folk dancing will be Site Mrs. Annie Shank. William and Nina Lee Shank. Nita Harrison and George Fitchett visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shank. Oakland. John F. Walsh returned to Baltimore after visiting his home here. Richard McKee, Morgantown, W. N. Y., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. juniors, and Tracy Riggins. senior. PeUit. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller, rc- FROSTBURG—The members oficently spent several clays with Mr. the Frostburg Assembly of God I and Mrs. Arnold Dixon, Duncialk. Church met. a recent evening at the i Mrs. J. Clarence Jamison and son, ia feature. Michael's Catholic Church will be! FROSTBURG — The card party|Va.. visited Mr. and Mrs. M. G. held Friday at 8:30 p. m. in the;planned tonight by the Sodality of'vanmeter. parish hall, :St. Michael's Catholic church will held at the Legion Home, due; son, 53 West Main Street, are home! to extensive repairs being made to j Mayor Comfortable from Memorial Hospital. 1st. Michael's Hall. Bridge, 500 and! Sister M. Dorothy, who recently ! canasta will be played, starting at! WESTERNPORT—Mayor George underwent an operation at Allegany 18:30. i p - Ki 6 nt ' Spruce Stret, who is a! Hospital, Cumberland, returned to i Mrs. Anna Hott is chairman and Patient in Memorial Hospital. Cum- home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose (Baltimore, and Miss Mollie Smart,; ATOMT T?.T»nnhQli-nr thn nfr.cieir,n movtincr Tnti.cnr, Ktr,t a T-nn fhprs (-nllprrp! PIEDMONT. Fazenbakcr, the occasion marking State Teachers \r V3. For Sale: Used floor model Radio, 10 Tubes Like new. Very reasonable. Call 153, Ask for Bill. 'Adv.-N.-T.-Feb. 18, 20, 1952 the birthdays of Mr. Fazenbaker, j were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. the oldest member, and Rev. Hart-;j. p. Fancy. ley Wigfield, pastor. | Joan Younkin, daughter of Mr.) A poem. "A Tribute to the Pastor," | and Mrs. Walter Younkin. Warnick has been named chairman;' of the local Red Cross drive by : Raymond C. Hudson, chairman of the Piedmont Red Cross Chapter.: was rend and Fazcnbaker played [covering from a fractured arm sus-: • The drive will continue through: several selections on the violin. Rev. Itained in a fall on ice. next month. and Mrs. Wigfield sang, after which! M r and Mrs. Vcrl Edwards re-: G. Harlcy Dixon has been select- girts were presented 'to the honor jcently visited Mr. and Mrs. Victor.??. , as lh « ? lnnm " guests. JMcDadc. Piltsbursh. Refreshments wcre served. There, Miss Elizabeth Beachy. Bethesda, wcre 45 guests present. St. Michael's convent. [Mrs. Mary Edna Fair, co-chairman. Parrady Post 24, American Le- j Committees include: Rion Drum, and Bugle Corps will! Prizes. Miss Lourdinc Flannaqan practice Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. land Mrs. Helen Cain; candy. Airs. The first quarter meeting of the. Gcnevieve Goldsworlhy and Mrs. executive committee of St. Paul's 'Gladys Harrington; tables, Mrs. Lutheran Sunday School will be'Bernadette Gooding; cards. Miss held Wednesday .-it 7:30 p. m. at 'Mildred Hughes and Mrs. Margaret berland, is resting comfortably, according to attaches there. Mrs. 'o Undergo Surgery GREEN SPRING. W. Va.—Mrs., , , ., Bruce Crltcs is a patient in Me-? wit ' h Mr - and Mrs ' f c ? Hllt » n and visited her mother, Mrs. Eva Beachy. Mr. and Mrs. Hayward F. Broadwater recently spent B „,..,.. ....._ .., Kight is staying in Cumbei'land to morial Hospital. Cumberland, where ; Ml ' s - r - °- Broadv^uer, Cannon, be near hm the parsonage. The February meeting of the Loy- aJty Bible Class of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will be held Thursday Higgins; refresliments. Miss Lillian Feldmann. Miss LaVcrnc Higgins, Mrs. Mabel Harden, Mrs. Margaret Harris and Mrs. Alma Cunat 8 p. m. At the home of Mrs. Inlngham. Bertha Wittig, 21 Frost Avenue,! with Mrs. Verus Workman as co-1 , _,. . hastess. i I Club lo Hear Melcner The Men's Bowling Lcagu: of St.! WESTERNPORT— States Attor- Paul's Lutheran Church will roll ' ney Paul M. Fletcher, Cumberland, their matches Thursday at 8 p. m. ,'wiil address the Westernport and on Keiling's Alleys. Wright's Cross-j Luke Republican Womens' Club at Ing. : 8 p. m. tomorrow at the office of A daughter was born to Mr. and j Trial Magistrate Carl W. Shaffer, Mrs. Albert Arnold, Mt. Savage, this i Washington Street. Magistrate morning at Miners Hospital. Shaffer will introduce the speaker. WISHING WELL Registered U. S. Patent Office. 4 N 5 R 3 S 2 N T 6 S 5 E 8 U 8 B 1 N 8 I E S A 0 E . 4 N 6 S 4 W 6 P 4 M 2 L C 8 E 3 A S G 2 M S N- J U S U 2 P 7 M :i A 5 s 2 T 5 I O C 5 I 5 P t R 8 N 6 I S L O o T S I •z E 4 I O 3 U 6 G 8 R 2 F 6 R i C 5 T 2 S •1 TJ M i i 5 E 2 E S C 6 E .I G A. E 3 C S F 6 R ^ Q T S s E 6 U 4 T g A 2, A 4 F S T .•> X 2 I A ,3 H S I 3 G 2 O 6 M 4 K 2 R L •1 E .s F ,> A F H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. It the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. •> |Q 1951. ky Wlllitm J. Milltr, Ddtrfbut»d !"• Vf«» ^..tow. Tn«. i^'o he will under an operation Rodney Baker Is publicity chair-; man. Edward Seaman was appointed blood bank chairman and Mrs. Virginia Suter, canteen chairman. A meeting of the officers, chairmen and solicitors will be held Wednesday at 8 n. m. at the Piedmont Library. A field rcpresonta-; Winter Tires Batteries Chains Zerex Prestone Frostburg Auto Go, "We Clo»e" live of the Red Cross will be present j Ohio. Harry L. Huff, Belhescia. spent ^ ^^ jn ^ p , annlngi Rrf ,,, sh . mcnt.s will be served after the mcetin;. several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Hull. C. E. Ashby, ol near Grantsville, is reported improvinc following an operation at the Cleveland Clinic, '~ Cleveland. v ]\(- f{( ] Jioau j A<]drcs*rti Lion? Club Enrollment IVoierl Al Potoniar Stale WESTERNPORT —James Getty. manaser of the Social Security office. Cumberland, was lhe sprnknr • at a recent, dinner meetir.f of the KEYSER W V.i.—The complete Westrrnporl and Luke Lions Club enrollment'for the second £cmr*trr :m tht Sunday School room of Mt. at Potomac State School ha? bocn;Calvary Lutheran Church. Getty announced by Dean K. P. McKee. 'discussed new benefits available The number '\? 326. 1!) short of the ""d" Soclal Security, enrollment, for the fall term J - William Beet:. cl.:-tnct deputy There are 115 sophomores. '82 governor. CUNT .1 report, of the dis- men anri 33 women'; 175 fre?hmei:. tnrl covernor'., meeiir.R n,3f> men anri V, women i. and "S bold jecen;.iy in I'rcrtcnck ar.rl of a special fiuder.ts. 'nmo mrn and 27 •'-•l^cial ir.eeiii.'-- of ihr Ha?ers- wcrncn) The ratio between nip:i and ' mv " Lion's Club. women, ex-riurlinc; special siudr.m*. Two new rr.emhprs «'e r p received Us better than three rr.rn to every "Ho the rlnb-ErneM. Hit; and Ray !woman on the campus. Ellw ' 1 - V-'ilUam Roberts was a Sixty-eight .-nirirr,-.; HIV rommut- *i" f '' t - ing between ho:rir unri rniloee, with' the majority fr.-.n ;hf> Tn-Tovr.s For Rr-at : Two Sieopinz rooms, area. 'viraini.i nrroiin^ for B.-,:--i -A;:.!! Sho.vp;-, pro- over 75 per re;-t of the rnrnllmf-n;. ftrrc-d. Apply ifii E.I.M. Ma:;-., Fro.-t- with "3 comma fmm K"--.«r. Ofr.rr burr. Pivviie lf.8-.J. .states in the order r.f mrolimor.' Adv.-.T-18-iO are Mjry'anf:. penn.s:, Ivania. New ~ • • - "~ -"•— - —--^ Jersey. Virginia. Wa.-hir.eton Statf. Connpctic;:-.. 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Bourke, President, in announcing 1051 figures for Canada's leading life company, staled that total Sun Life insurance in force now stands at. $4.801,000,000, an increase during the year of $340 million. Annuities in force provide immediate or future payments to the amount of $104 million per annum. Group insurance in force now totals $1,254 million, an increase of $108 million (15.5 r n during 1951. The rate of interest earned on the assets last year was 3.70 r i as compared with 3.fil r : in 1050; 3.48^ in 1049 and 3.30'r In 1948. The Sun Lite, R leading international life company with policyholder - service branches from coast to coast, last year paid out to policyholricrs and beneficiaries the all-time record sum of $125 million. $35 million was paid to beneficiaries of deceased policyholders. $16 million under annuity contracts, $36 million for maturing endowments, and the balance in dividends to policyholders, disability benefits, etc. Since the first Sun Life policy was issued in 1871, total benefits paid to policy- holricrs and beneficiaries have amounted to $2.486 million. While the Company operates in 20 countries, 90^ of the business originates in the United States. Canada and Great. Britain. A copy of the Sun Life's complete 19-il Annual Report to Pohcyholdm. includinc the President's review of the year, may be obtained from PAUL E. nnURY BRANCH MAN.- 1 GER KEYSER BLDG. 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