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FROSTBIJRG- KEYSER And Tri-State Area News (10) Evening Times, Tuesday, February 19, 1952 Campaign Opens For Funds For Hardy County Library MOOREFIELD, W. Va,—An open meeting was held a recent -evening at the -Fire Hall to discuss methods ofj raising funds for the erection of a • building to house the Hardy County Public Library. The pro- poseid building will be erected on the lot recently purchased from Miss Elizabeth Johnston. Mrs. H. S. Fownall, chairman of ther library committee: presided. Prayer was by Rev. Charles Kenian, pastor of Moorefield Presbyterian Church, and the project was ex- plSJned in detail by Sen. Ralph J. Bean. A minimum of $3,000 was considered necessary to begin the project and pledges totaling $1,015 we,'re secured. The balance of the necessary funds will be solicited lr$m county residents. 6hort talks were made by Rev. Mt. Kenian, R, s. Dlspanet, Mrs. R^l S. Kuykendall, A. R. Leather- min, S. L. Dodd, C. D. Powers, B, J. Mibwhorter, Mrs. R. E. Fisher and Mrs. H. G. Muntzing. J Brief Mention Hardy County youths who were recently inducted in the armed forces were Isaac Robert Lambert, Wjiyne Welton Shanholtz, John Piul Halterman, Rolland Harrison See, Maynard M. Sherman, William Benton Harman, Thomas Alfred Branson, Wayne Eugene Godlove, Martin Ray Smith and James Les- tej- Combs. for. and Mrs. John Harman entertained a recent evening with a buiffet supper in honor of John Halterman, Donald Smith, Carlin Ours, William Harman and Norval Riggleman, who left for duty in the armed forces. .'William Jenkins is critically 111 taj the Newton D. Baker VA Center, Mjirtinsburg. ; Mrs. Gladys Kuykendall has resigned her position in the office of McCauley and McCauley, and gone to'Arlington, Va., where she will be employed. Mrs. Clarence Constable hds succeeded her. Mr. and Mrs. W* H. Lindsay and daughter, Cynthia, have moved here from High Spring, Fla. He is asso- cidted with Wendell Everett at the Moorefield Motors. 4 Mrs. Martha, and Damie Gilkeson and-.-Mary Eleanor and Kittie Williams, John Williams, Mr. rnd Mrs. Chas E. Williams, Chas. E. Williams, Jr., ;Mlss Mollelle Kuykendall, Mr. and Mrs. John Harman, Mrs. S. A. McCoy, Walter Petit, John Chapman, A. R. Leatherman and R. W. Baker, Jr., attended the recent fiijneral of W. H. VanMeter in Petersburg. Jwfrss Betty Gail Pratt, student nilrs'e at the Church Home and Hos- pjlat, Baltimore, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kessel and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Sherman spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrti; Dailey Sherman, Junction CiJ$ Ky. Daniel Wilson has gone to Bar- to'iy? Fla., to spend several weeks with M. A. Bean. Mine Council Backs Hedrick For Governor WELCH. W. Va.—(/P)—About 300 mine safety committeemen want Rep. E. P. Hedrick (D-WVa) to be governor instead of former Attorney General William. C. Marland—who has Governor Patteson's support. That was the substance of a resolution which C. E. (Red) Jones said was passed here by United Mine Workers Safety Council No. 3. Jones is UMW safety engineer for District 29, with headquarters in Beckley. The council represents ,a UMW membership of 30,000 In McDowell and Mercer counties on matters ot safety. The resolution, drawn up Sunday, said that Hedrick "has proved himself a friend of the coal miners as their representative in Congress." But it said that the governor "has presumed to tell the coal miners who their next governor will be by openly endorsing William C. Mar- jland, who Is the son of a mine superintendent." The resolution said that Ma-rland, if elected, would do the bidding of Patteson, who was termed "A friend of the coal operators." It said the governor used his influence to help pass "The infamous Fireboss Bill" In the 1951 Legislature. When Children Have Repeated Colds Fort Ashby FORT ASHBY, W. Va. — The Auxiliary of the'Fort Ashby Volunteer Fire Department will hold a turkey and ham supper Saturday, from 5 to 8 p. m. in the Fire Hall. The committee In .charge includes Mrs. Ella Marker, Mrs. Edna Wasson, Mrs. Dolly Pyles and Mrs. Dorothy Kenney. An immunization clinic for preschool age children of this area will be held hi the Elementary School building Thursday, February 28, at 10 a. m. Children who will enter school next fall for the first time should attend, so that immunization will be completed before the opening day of school as required by state law. The clinic will be under the supervision of Dr. J. A. Love, Mineral County health officer, with public health nurses in attendance. Donald Larsen, coach and teacher at the high school at Lovettsville, Va., recently visited his parents. John Alt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Alt, has enlisted in the Air Force and is stationed at San Antonio, Texas. Shirley Alkire is a patient In Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Betty Jo May and Ruby Date- wyler, both of Elkins, visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer May. John Flora returned after visiting his son, William Flora, Youngstown, Ohio. Thomas Davis, Patrick Jenkins, Victor Long and George Siehl, students at West Virginia University, spent the weekend with their respective families. Mrs. William Barns is a patient in Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Charles McCort returned from Memorial Hospital. Arthur Slple, who had been serving with the Seabees in Korea, received his discharge and Is home 'with his family. Mrs. Nellie McElflsh and son, ! William, of Washington, visited her mother, Mrs. Margaret Adams, It is wise to start building their resistance by giving them Father John's Medicine if their repeated colds arc due to lack of vitamin A. It is excellent for children, and is free from alcohol and all harmful drugs. Father John's Medicine also gives prompt relief from coughs due to colds by soothing throat Irritation. It Is pure, wholesome, nutritive. Over 95 years In use. Free from dangerous drugs.—Adv. Birth Announced WESTERNPORT —Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clayton announce the birth of a daughter Friday in a hospital at Arlington, Va. The mother is the former Miss Frances Kidwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kidwell, Westernport and the father is a son of Mrs. William Clayton, also of here. Now'» th* Timt to Buy WALLPAPER *r $2.00 Kitchan, Bed Room, living Room Keyser Wallpaper Shop PHONE 3561 MAIN STREET KEYSER, W. VA. Undergoes Operation WESTERNPORT — Bernard Davisson, Vine Street, underwent an j operation on his right foot Saturday 'at Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Patient In Hospital LUKE — Mrs. Marvin Marple, Cromwell Street, Is a patient in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, W. Va. Larger Edition State College Paper Planned FRQSTBTJBG — Mrs.. Lucille N. Clay, faculty advisor to "State-To- Date," student publication of Frostburg State Teachers College, has announced that the first issue of a new and larger edition will appear tomorrow. Instead of three columns, the paper will have four on each page, and the over-all size of the paper will also also be increased. State-To-Date recently became a member of the Intercollegiate Press. This organization serves as a source of news between colleges, so that a paper that is a member is kept up to date on innovations in colleges and universities throughout the United States. The staff this semester includes: Mary E. Straw, editor in chief; Emily Popp, make-up editor; Betty Jane Clingerman, feature editor; Mildred Reagan, news editor; Thomas Furlow, sports editor; Samuel Lisanti. sports columnist; Dorothy Shertzer, circulation manager. James Williams, cartoonist; Patrisia Halloran, business ^nanager; .Joseph Evans, photographer; Helen Benson, Clover Clopper, Leo Stakem, William Faherty, Beverly Merriman, Gwen Turnbull, Dorothy Shertzer, Beverly Bennett, Patricia Creek, Mary Elizabeth Kammauf, -Shirley Greene and Gladys Wensel, reporters, and Helen ' Borror, Patricia Halloran, Gwen Turnbull and Mildred Reagan, typists. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. George Rio, 92 Mt. Pleasant Street, announce ttie birth of a son Saturday at Miners Hospital. Winners at the recent card party held in St. John's Parish House for the benefit of the church building iund were Mrs. Lillian Neilson, Harald Neilson, Mrs. Marjorie Finzel, William James, Mrs. Elizabeth Sires, Irvin Hanson, Mrs. Thomas Neilson, Thomas McGann, Mrs. William Parks, Roger X. Day, Mrs. William Spates, Ralph Race and Mr. H. R. Taylor. The Young People of First Congregational Church will meet tonight at 7:30 in the church vestry. Mrs. Edward Chabot returned after visiting her children in Washington and Baltimore. She also visited a son, Leonard, a student for the Catholic priesthood at St. Charles College, Catonsville. The Young Adult Fellowship of First Methodist Church will meet at 8 tonight in the church. The Midlothian Homemakers Club will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p m. at the home of Mrs. Elaine Willets. There will be a Valentine party and members are to bring Valentines for exchange with secret sisters. Dues for the current year will be accepted. The Eckhart Square Circle Sportsmen's Auxiliary will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the club house. Hostesses will be Edith Erode, Minnie Thomas, Marie O'Brien, Veronica O'Brien and Elizabeth Winner. Mrs. Lois Alexander Is spending several months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Engle, Charles Street. Her husband, Sgt. Donald Alexander, who is serving with the 82nd Airborne Division, is enroute to Texas for maneuvers. Sgt. Alexander, who will return May 1, is the son ol Mrs, Hazel Alexander, Midland. The Degree of Pocohontas will meet Thursday at 7 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Sarah Lancaster, East College Avenue. A social party will follow. | For Sale: 1948 Chevrolet Aero- jScdan; 1946 Aero Sedan; 1948 Jeep I .Truck, one Ton; 1937 Ford V-8.J JEagans Used Cars, Midland, Phone iLonaconing 4941. —Adv.- N-T-Feb. 19 Jo Anne Skidmore To Become Bride Of Earl F. Green FRQSTBURG — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Skidmore, Midlothian, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, JoAnne, to Earl F. Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Price Green, Annapolis. The marriage will be performed Saturday at 7 p. m. by Rev. A. W. Phillips at the Midlothian Assembly of God Church. The bride-elect 1$ a graduate of Beall High School and was employed by the G. C. Murphy Company here until her recent resignation. The prospective bridegroom attended Central High School, Lonaconing, and is employed by the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. n GlBABD PERREGAUX Your gift will «xeit* complimentt tint* and again . . . for iTi di>~ ftngurthed beauty and famed at- curocy. 1?f*w»li, 14 Kf. yefiow or whit* Gold $71.30. Ftd. tax incl. JEFFRIES BROS. JEWELERS OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 P. M. Broadway Frostburg PTA Plans Supper FROSTBURG — The ways, and means committee of the PTA of Beall Elementary School met a recent evening at the home of E. T. Valentine, High Street. Plans were made for a ham supper to be held Thursday, March 6. For Rent: Two Sleeping rooms, Bath with Shower, Gentlemen preferred. Apply 191 East Main, Frost- burp. Phone 188-J. Adv.—T-18-19 EVERY DEPOSITOR —large or small —is accorded the same friendly service here. School Reports High Absenteeism During Last Week O v * KEYSER, W. Va. — James W. Goldsworthy, assistant principal of Keyser High School, has announced that 421 students of the school's 777 enrollment were absent last week from a half day to five days. The pupil-day absences numbered 1,063%.-the highest ever recorded in a one-week period. The highest absenteeism ever recorded previously was 1,080, during the period between November 30, 1950, through January 8, 1951. Eighty-two students were absent all of last week, and 53 missed school a half-day, Goldsworthy said, ado> ing that only 356 students attended every day during the week. Bus-transported students showed the higher mark for absenteeism, 73.7 -per cent; whereas city pupils' absence marks were 70.9 per cent. The causes of absences included influenza, intestinal influenza, dizziness, scarlet fever, chest colds, mumps and other reasons. The absenteeism in the elementary school is higher than in the high school.. Exchange Of Jobs By Toivn Clerks Planned March 1 PIEDMONT, W. Va.—By mutual consent of the parties concerned, Ormond Ledlow, assistant city clerk, and Mrs. Lilyan Cole, city clerk, will exchange positions, effective March 1. Ledlow will assume the chief clerk's salary and Mrs. Cole will receive the pay for the assistant's job. The announcement of the exchange of positions was made at a meeting of the Town Council Monday. Mayor Allan Hill said Kibler would complete the auditing of the town's books. Mayor Hill stated that Kibler recommended that the minimum water rate be increased and also the charge for" collecting garbage. Kibler said the cost for the collecting service was the lowest of any place he knew in the state. Also recommended was that the office be remodeled so that the employees in the city clerk's office could do their work faster and save them time in locating records. A special meeting of the Mayor and Council will be held Thursday evening, February 28, to go over the water revenue records, relative to setting the increase to be recommended for water users. The auditor also recommended a new form for keeping records of water accounts, and the suggestion was adopted. The parking meter collection for two weeks totaled $143.10. PETERSBURG. W. Va. — Elton M. Hiser, clerk of Grant County Circuit Court, has announced the names of the candidates for office in the May 13 primary election. The only Democratic candidates contesting for posts are those entered for places on the Dsmocratic Executive Committee. They include: Richard L. Mongold and Margaret W. Moomau, Milroy District; Tracy Smith and Lois A. Cassady, Grant District, and Cecil P. Layton and Dolly M. Mills, Union District. The other candidates, all Republicans, are: Sheriff—Harman Hartman, Cabbins; Carl E. Weimer, Maysville; Evers, Turner, Petersburg; G. L. Goldizen, Medley; William Alt, Landes; O. H. Riggleman, Dorcas, and Leon H. Kuhn, Mt. Storm. Assessor—Albert H. Hull, Petersburg; Harry H. Iman, Arthur. Prosecuting Attorney — B. F. Mitchell, Petersburg. County Commissioners—Aaron B. Cosner, Union District; H. V. Sites, Milroy District; H. V- Sites, Milroy District; Floyd M. Franz, Sr., Grant District; Myron H. McDonald, Grant District. House of Delegates — Ralph* P. Welton, Petersburg. Justice of^ the Peace — H. E. J. Oates, MilroV District; Joseph Halterman, -Union District. Constable—C. L. Lord, Milroy District. Republican Executive Committee —Earl L. Ebert and Mrs. Jessie B! Hiser, Milroy District; M. F. White and Esther C. Secrist, Union District; William Inskeep, Trace J. Burgess and Mrs. C. P. Hott, Grant District. Non-Partisan Board of Education—Ira Kimble, Union District; Ray Judy, Grant District; Herman C. Keplinger, Union District; Roy C. Babb, Grant District. Keyser Legion Program Set KEYSER, W. Va.—The program for Past Commander's Night, which will be observed tomorrow by Boyce- Houser Post 41, American Legion, has been completed, according to Fred Steward, present commander. • The list of past commanders includes Paul J. Davis, W. B. Woolf, M. H. Carrier, M. E. Dye, Paul W. Dayton, Bernard E. Gray, Marvin Harrison, J. Edwards, Jr., R. J. Offutt, W. E. Coleman, Patrick Doyle, Dr. A. A. S c h e r r, A, M. Hixenbaugh, R. A. Gibson. Coyd Yost, V. A. Gallion, Dr. Thomas Bess, J. B. Fazenbaker, Vernon Rankin, George Avers, J. H. Boswell, David MacCulloch, R. A. Stoutamyer, Earl Fishbach, Marshall Virts, Lee Kuh, Charles S. Briley and Thomas Wilcher. Carrier and Briley are also past commanders of the Tenth District. Service Set Tonight In Preaching Mission FROSTBURG—The second service in the local preaching mission will be held tonight at 7:30 at Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church. The speaker for the services is Rev. Hartland H. Helmick, Philadelphia. Hugh Watson is serving as organist. The service tonight will be conducted by Rev. Harold R. Stoudt, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Scoulers To Meet WESTERNPORT — The monthly meeting of the Trf-Towns District Scouters will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the Odd Fellow's Hall, Dr. Donald P. Whltwonh, chairman, states. Three Area Counties List Candidates For West Virginia Primary Election May 13 Fire Company Starts Public Affairs Meets KEYSER, W. Va.—The Keyser Fire Company has inaugurated a public affairs feature in which local citizens may attend company meetings once a month. Subjects of interest to citizens of Keyser are discussed. The new program, inaugurated several weeks ago, has greatly interested the members of the company. The programs are in charge of a committee composed of Charles E. Leary, chairman, Hubert Hartman and W. J. Cross. Local citizens wishing to discuss public matters before' the firemen will be welcome to the group, and may have time alloted to them. Speakers to date have been Ervin Dayton, member of Potomac State School faculty, and Judge Ernest A. See, of the Circuit Court. PARSONS, W. Va.—The complete list of candidates who are seeking Tucker County offices in the primary election Tuesday, May 13, follows: Judge of the 21st Judicial District —Ernest A. See, incumbent, and JLester Reynolds, both Keyser Republicans. House of Delegates — Joseph R. Gilmore, Parsons, and Kenneth Rubensteln, Thomas, both Democrats, and J. J. Mullenaux, Parsons, Republican incumbent. Prosecuting Attorney—D. E. Cuppett, Thomas, incumbent, and W. JDel Roy Harner, Parsons, both Republicans. Sheriff—Democrats: Stark Coberly, -Parsons; Phares O. Evans, Leadmine; Ronald Hockman and Olle Carr, Thomas, and Edward L. Simmons, Parsons. Gordon Cade, Parsons, is the only candidate on the Republican ticket. Assessor: Democratic ticket: J. Harold Felton, incumbent, Parsons, and Paul C. Stemple, Hambleton. Republican candidate is William G. Smith,:Red Creek. County Court—Edward Miller Jr., incumbent, Davis. Constables—Democratic ticket: E. S. Barnes, Fairfax District. Republicans are Lloyd Winters, Davis District; Luke Close, Fairfax District, and Clarence W. Haller, Blackfork District. Democratic Executive Committee —Allen Parsons, Earl Jones and Mrs. Opal M. Judy, St. George District; Mrs. Nellie Auvile, John E. Nestor and Pearl Shahan, Clover District; Ray Pase and Katherine Rickard, Fairfax District; John H. Combs, Davis District; Mrs. Kate C. Crew and Wesley Cross, Blackfork District; Mrs. Virginia Parsons and John W. Hershberger, Dry Fork District. Republican Executive Committee- Alston White, Marvin Parsons and Maurice Parsons, St. George District; William Close and W. G. Helmick, Fairfax District; T. Fred Combs, W. W. Lambert, Gordon Shrader, Mrs. Dency Marteney and Mrs. Ruth Nazelrod, Blackfork District; Roscoe Hedrick and Violet Tennant, Clover District; Daniel C. Adams and E. S. Loughry, Licking District; Viola Huffman and C. E. Bonner, Dry Fork District. Board of Education—Non partisan ticket: S. E. Dumire and Jiftijor R. Miller, Route 2, St. George; E. F. Creegan, incumbent, and R. W. Morrow, Jr., and Mrs. J. F. Easton Jr., all of Davis; H. Stanley Lambert and Dr. Guy H. Michaels, Parsons, and Frank Canfield, Route 2, Kerens. Appeal Case Slated For Hearing Today KEYSER, W. Va.—Attorney and Mrs. H, G. Shores are in Charleston, where he apperaed today before the Supreme Court of Appeals to argufi an appeal from the Mineral County Circuit Court, in behalf of his client, Francis Hamilton, Cumberland Hamilton has been found guilty of violating the state law prohibiting solicting legal business for a firm of attorneys in Philadelphia. The verdict in the case was set aside and a new trial granted by Judge Ernest A. See, after evidence showed that a juror in the case appeared before persons outside the court room and discussed the case. Retrial of the case was postponed until the Supreme Court of Appeals could present its opinion. Shores then decided to return to the court to argue additional matter on the case on a second appeal in the case. Lonaconing GOP Plans Event Tonight LONACONING—The Lonaconing Republican Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the club room, with John B. Elliott presiding. Following the meeting, a dance will be held. A country store will be held tonight with James Ritchie in charge. Tomorrow night a round table meeting will be held for officers and committeemen, To Attend Dinner FROSTBURG—Several members of Frostburg Lodge 88, Knights of Pythias, will attend the testimonial dinner Friday, March 28, in honor of A. Elwood Martak, who recently retired after serving for 25 years as secretary of the Grand Lodge ot Maryland. ROMNEY, W. Va.—Contests will be waged for all but two of the Hampshire County offices in the May 13 primary. The candidates who face no opposition are W. L. Thompson, House of Delegates, and Ralph W. Haines, prosecuting attorney. Both are Democrats. Others who have filed for office are; Sheriff—C. Heber Parsons and J. B. Saville, both Romney Democrats. Assessor—Elmer P, Saville, Kirby, and C. T. Thompson, Romney, both Democrats. Democratic Executive Committee —Vernon Whitacre, High View, Capon District; Jay L. Kidwell, Points, Core District; Margaret. H. Whedbee, Romney, and .Wilbur H. Park, Romney, Romney District; Melvin R. Hott, Shanks, Sherman District; t Republican Executive Committee —Ethel L. Holliday, High View; Rothwell D. Carrier, Lehew, and Ruth Bland, Capon Springs, Capon District; Waldon O. Grapes, Augusta, Core District; Mrs. Fern Rogers and Donald Ray McGee, both of Purgittsville, Mill Run District; Golda B. Wirgman and Elwood G. Dornon, both of Romney, Romney District; Edwin R. Curtis, Romney, Sherman District; Mary Peters a" ri Claude E. Shanholtz, both of Springfield, Springfield District. Caretaker Moves Into New Home At Dam Site WESTERNPORT — Francis D. Glass, caretaker of the Savage River dam, and Mrs. Glass have moved into the home provided for them there. Their son and daughter-in-law will move into the residence formerly occupied by them at 238 Main Street. Card Party Planned WESTERNPORT — Victory Unit No. 155, American Legion Auxiliary, will hold a public card party at the Post Home at 8 p. m. Friday. Five- hundred and setback will be played. Hyndman HYNDMAN. Pa. — Mrs. Cletus Burkett, Cumberland, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ray V. Evans. Miss Ruth Bowser is visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowser. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shaffer and son, Donald, and Mrs. Ruth Bush spent the weekend with the former's daughter, Miss Irma Jean Shaffer, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Devon Menges and family, Cumberland, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Menges. Carol Coughliri is visiting relatives in Scranton. Mrs. Shannon Burkett spent several days with relatives in Philadelphia. Arch Lingenfelter, Stoyestown, visited his mother, Mrs. Mary Groom. Mrs. Blanche Wills, Buffalo Mills, was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.! James Adams. Evangelistic services opened Sunday night at Hyndman Evangelical United Brethren Church and will continue through Sunday, March 2. Rev. J. McDonald, pastor of Ridgeley, W. Va., Methodist Church will have charge of the services. Misses Pearl Bruner and Beula Blackburn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wright, Alum Bank. Mrs. LeRoy Burkett is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, where she underwent an operation. John Burchinal, with the Merchant Marine, recently returned from Africa and spent several days j with his grandmother, Mrs. Effie aster. Misses Idella Evans and Dorothy and Elizabeth Shroyer, Hyndman, accompanied by Misses Rose Mary Powers, Norma elites and Ada Simpkins, all of Cumberland, spent Sunday in Washington. Guy Elliott, Morgantown, W. Va., is visiting liis son and daughter-in- aw, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Elliott. Mr.s. Amelia Burkett returned 'rom Meyersdale where she visited icr daughter, Mr.s. Bernlce Ringer. Woniens Club Planning Sale NEW CREEK DRIVE, W. Va.— The New Creek Farm Womens Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Fred Bosley, Laurel Dale Road, who presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Frank Stickley, who is 111 with the flu. Mrs. Lura Flint conducted a devotional service. The program was in charge of Mrs. Eileen Schuler. Each member was asked to name a posture hazard in the home. A poem was followed by group singing of "Im On the Posture Trail." Miss June Core, county agent announced an essay contest, anc meeting at Jackson's Mill on May 5-9. Mrs. Bosley demonstrated the use of aluminum foil and handmade kitchen articles. A rummage and food sale will be held Friday and Saturday in the Blundon u Building, Main Street, Keyser. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Sara McMillen, Keyser, on the theme, "The Well- Groomed Homemaker." Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kiser recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at their home, Short Gap Mrs. A. • R. Frazee, Rowlcsburg was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kight. Mrs, A. R. Frazee, Rowlesburg was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kight. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klscr visited her father, J. L. Goddin, Elkins, on the occasion of his 82nd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haekley visited her brother, c. L. Armentrout who was recently operated on at Elkins Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thome announce the birth of a daughter at the Beach Townsend Clinic, Petersburg. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Amtower Ridgeville, announce the birth of a sou at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warnick. Westernport, are spending a two weeks vacation with her uncle, S. R. Foreman, St. Petersburg, Fla, Masons, DeMolay ~ Hold First Annual Combined Dinner KBYSBR, W. Va.—Carl Gustkey, 33rd degree Mason of Wheeling, and Dad" to members of DeMolay in West Virginia, was the speaker at ;he first annual dinner for DeMolay, Scottish Rite, York Rite and Master Masons of Mineral County, held Saturday night In the Masonic * Temple here. " Gustkey, past potentate of Osiris Temple Shrine, is a member of the Grand Council of t>eMolay. Dr. E. E. Church was toastmaster and William Knott, pianist. Invocation was by Rev. John C. B. McLaughlin, pastor of Keyser Presbyterian Church. A musical program was presented by Mrs. Mary Ord and her musical group. The 9 o'clock interpolation was given by Joseph Swishef, chaplain of the local DeMolay Chapter and closing prayer was by Rev. Lloyd Myers, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, Rev. Mr. Myers is- a member of th* Scottish Rite 18th degree, Knights Rose Croix. Officers of the local chapter are: Willard M. Kitzmlller, master councilor;' Robert E. Calhbun, senior councilor; Harry E. StoutamyeFi junior councilor; Andrew T. Porter, scribe; Richard Wilmoth, treasurer; Aaron H. Wilson,- senior deacon; Lou>s H. Cohen, junior deacon; Paul T. Dayton, senior Stewart; Charles R. Taylor, junior stewart. ' . Joseph Swisher, chaplain; Williara N. Bane, almoner; Richard L. Bright, marshal; William V. Mollihan, standard bearer; Robert Pritt,.,. orator; Jennings Stlckley, Ernest} Courrier, Robert L. Pyles, Thomas* D. Rotruck, Thomas G. Constable,-'. John H. Rice and James L. Gates. •• preceptors, and Jack Wilson, sentinel. ? Church Club Meet Al Frostburg Home PROSTBURG—The Pioneer Club of Welsh Memorial Baptist Church met a recent evening at the home of Mrs. Mildred Walker, with Mrs. Marian Skldmore as co-hostess. There were 24 present. The next meeting will be held Friday at the home of Miss Elizabeth Workman, Maple Street, with Mrs. Emily Reese, co-hostess. The annual St. David's Day tea and entertainment will be held at the church Friday, March 7, at 8 p. m. Town Group Asks Aid With Traffic MT. SAVAGE—A proposal tor tha ; alleviation of parking and traffic'* 1 problems in the community was'J adopted last night at a meeting of', local citizens in the Junior Order Hall. Copies of the proposal wera.., sent to the County Commissioners;» and the State Roads Commission for approval. Approximately 25 persons attended-.' the meeting, Colin Bowers, chair- •• man of the Citizens Committee, said. Adding that the group thought the"' 1 traffic conditions in town were be-' coming increasingly dangerous and expected additional problems to be created when the new school will , open in the fall. Bowers also said the group dis--, cussed the need of improvements on . the road leading to the new school, < pointing out that there were many bad curves on the road and that It was very narrow in places. Brief Mention Seven chickens belonging to an~ v 80-year-old woman who lives alone _ on Church Hill, were killed by three' dogs recently while she went to a. store to purchase groceries. The; dogs were still in her yard when she^ returned. * The Calla Hill 4-H Club will meet^ at the home of Nancy and Freda, Cooley tomorrow at 7 p. m. .->.• The Mt. Savage Volunteer Fire-company will sponsor a social in-* 1 the Fire Hall at 7:45 tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bell, Washington, spent the weekend visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John DeKenbaugh. Miss Lucy Dorman has gone to Washington to visit her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. William K.. Simons. Miss Dorman spent th* winter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dorman. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell and daughter, Mary Jo, Randallstown, spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Campbell. For Sale: Three piece living room suite. Phone 563-R, 319 East Main Street, Frostburg. —Adv.-N-T-Feb. 19-20-21 Allains Dean's List FROSTBURG. Feb. 16—Benjamin P. Mehrling, Adamstown, a former resident who is now a mlnlsterinl student at Shepherd College, shep- herdstown, W. Va., was among the first ten on the dean's list for the j semester recently ended. He is a son of Rev. and Mrs. Walter D. ! Mehrling, former residents. • Let Us Show You How To Avoid Trouble with Adequate Insurance Protection I HOLBEN INSURANCE AGENCY 11 Broadway^ T«l. 43-J Frottburg All Formi of Iniuranc* Clerk Reported 111 KEYSER, W. Va. - Miss Juanlta Rotruck, deputy clerk of Circuit Court, is confined to her home, E Street, by illness. Corner lot for Sale, College Avenue and Pine Street. 50x80, Phone Frostburg 128-R. ; —Adv.-N-T-Feb. 19-201 ROWLAND Certified Alloy Steel Coil and Leaf Springs for all make cars & trucks Randolph Welding Shop 83 Mechanic St. Fro«tbur B , Md. Phone 414 CANDIDATES FOR QUEEN — Shown above are two of the 13 candidates for queen of the fifth annual Somerset County (Pa.) Maple Festival, the winner of which will be selected Thursday, February 28. in a contest at Windber High Schoo!. At left is Miss Irene Anderson, 17, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Charles Anderson, Confluence. A student of Turkeyfoot, Valley Joint High School, Confluence, she is active in school dramatics and plans to attend a business school after graduation. She is a member of the staffs of the school paper and yearbook and also the school band and chorus. Miss Barbara Ann Knecht, right, is the 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kn«eht, Salisbury, and attends Salisbury-Elk Lick High Schoo! there. She plans to enter Seton Hill College, Greensbirrg, after graduation. Talented in singing. Miss Knecht is a member of the school chorus and Latin Club, is a cheerleader and feature editor of the yearbook. 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