Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 31, 1957 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 31, 1957
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FROSTBURG-KFYSEIl Tri-State Areu News (10) Evening Times, Friday May 31, 1957 Valley High Graduation Exercises Set Wednesday LONACONING — Graduation cry, Joseph Eilbeck Moses. John week at Valley High School will Roland Mummert, Charles Mel- begin Monday at 8 p.m. wilh a vin Nicol, Helen Louise Nightcn-j sermon for the 92 members of gale, Doris Naomi O'Haver, Ju- theClass of 1957. Conimenccment|dith Ann Plummcr, Mary P oro '|(ve]do r wiih'Mvs."Bessie Scward Graiitsville WSCS Elects New Officers GRANTSVJLLE — The Grants ville Methodist WSCS held exercises will be held Wednesday 8 p.m. in the auditorium. Receiving diplomas will be William Garlitz Barclay, Don aid Lee Bowman, Helen Patricia Blubaugli, Mary Judith Blueker, Donald Edward Bradley, Patty Ann Broad water, Sally Ann Broadwater, Wayne M e 1 v i n B r o a d w a t e r, Robert Melvin Brode',' Kathryn Sandra Carter, Anne Perry Chappell, Gilberta Mae Chappell, Jerome Kcrmit Clark. Victor Earl Clark, Doris Lee Click, Janet Marie Colmc-r. David William Cook, James Thomas Craze, Marvin Glenn Cutter. Robert Joseph Davis. Helen Sandra Dillon. Rulh Elaine Dodds, John Thomas Duckworth, Richard Edward Duckworth, Carolyne Joy Dunn, G r o v e r Clayton Fazenbaker, Marshall Olon Fazenbaker, William Chester Foote. Esther JoAnn Foole, Carol Virginia Green Raymond Edward Green, Elean or Virginia Green. Thelma Louise Hadley, Joseph Bernard Jones Carol Ann Kelly, Thomas Gracie Kidwell. Carolyn Kay Kirk, Shir ley Kathleen Kirkwood, Naom Louise Kyle. Llewellyn, Emma Marie McCar ty, George William McCormick Harold Michael McGregor Jr Mary Lovanna McKenzie, Mar Raines, William Edward Ka- as co-hostess. Mrs. Earl Lichty, enscroft Richard Alexander piesident, presided, ennie Esther Pauline Richard- Officers elected tor the com- 'ing year are the following: on, Virginia Lee Ritchie, Frank-] n Raymond Robertson, Phyllis can Ross, John Joseph Shuhart, lanley Lee Skidmore. Mary lizabeth Smiley, Arthur Earl mith, Shirley Ann Snyder, ames Robert Spiker, Barbara lizabeth Stafford, Margaret renc Stakem, Mary Louise Sta- em. Edith Virginia Steele, Judith President, Mrs. Clayton Edwards; vice president, Mrs. Irva Mickey; treasurer, Mrs. Olen H. Yodcr; recording secretary, Mrs Stewart Rodamer; secretary o! promotion, Mrs. Harold Durst; secretary of missionary cduca lion and service, Mrs. Charles Bradley; secretary of Christian relation, Mrs. Earl Lichty. Secretary of student work, Miss Viola Broadwaler; secretary of Pearl Miller, recording secretary; Thelma Minister IVameJ District Chairman Of Scout Group OAKLAND—At the annual dinner meeting of the Deep Creek Boy Scout District at the William-James Ilolel here Rev. John J. AlwcU, rector of St. Matthew's Tuesday evening at 6:30. Episcopal Church, was re-elected dislrict chairman. Jay Bell, Crellin, was elected vice chairman and Elmer Upolc was rcc- [ a joint meeting of the Oak- and Rotary Club and the Oak- and-Mt. Lake Park Lions Club n the Southern High cafeteria Speaker that evening will bs William L. Ingersell, executive secretary of the Indiana (Pa.) Chamber of Commerce. His ser- CENTRAL PTA INSTALLS —New officers of the Cenlral Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association were installed recently by Mrs. Mary Kcyes, past president. Above are (1. to r.) Charlton Dodds. vice president; Phyllis Nicol, historian; Naomi Groves, treasurer; onimended to remain as district vices have been procured by a commissioner with George Stuck local commit Ice of the two scrv- recommended for assistant dis ice clubs. trict commissioner. Robert Woo tcrs and Henry Gregory were named on one of the district operaling committees. Principal speaker was Dean 11, S. McKee, of Potomac Stale Reception Slated KEYSET! — A reception honoring Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Paskel on the occasion of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Inskeep, president and Edward T>fcPartland, College, Keyser. Douglas Cargojwill be held Sunday following tho retiring president. Absent when the picture was taken were Galen E. Beeman, vice president and Zelda Matthews, corresponding secretary. ;)len Slider, Colleen Evelyn harp John Nelson Thrasher,|>'<»'tl> work, Mrs. Irva Mickey; Ima ' Timney, Gerald Lee secretary of children's work 'arnick, Mary Louise Weimer, ,llan Gene Weir, Pearl Leona inland. Doris Jean Wilhelm, Cal- Leonard Jacob Mrs. Joseph Paul; secretary of spiritual life, Mrs. Irva Mickey; secretary of literature and publication, Mrs. Herbert Ringer; unday there will be organ pro- C. Edwards had Barton Will Hold Election BARTON—The Town of Barton 'ill hold its annual election Men- ay at the council room from 5 m. to 8 p. m. Candidates for office are Mayor \rthur P. lluffa. unopposed ant 'ouncilmen Frank Williams and laurice Lamberson, incumbents S'ew candidates for council an Richard Fram and Joseph If ilclntyre. esstonal and recessional by Jos- c i ;argc of the program. The topic ph L. Derry; "America by was - We Love-Then We Give. 1 he class and audience; invoca- ot h ers participating were: Pray ion by Rev. E. Ellwood Carey;| erp Mrs Henry F. Durst; scrip •Holy. Holy, Holy" by class andji ure rea ding.Mrs. Edwards; talks audience; scripture lesson by \[ rs . i rva Mickey (Africa) and Rev. C. H. Goshorn; prayer by Mrs. Herbert Ringer - (Southeas Rev. Leslee E. Schwindt; "Let - Ruth Yvonne Lee, Rosalie Lois Thy Holy Presence" and "Softly ed. Asia). Refreshments were serv Now The Light of Day" by the Girls Chorus; sermon, "Extravagant Living" by Rev. Carl E Price; announcements by Rev cis McKenzie, Kathryn Elizabet McPartland. Marvin Mannin Metis, Edward Sidney Mille Constance Margaret Montgom "Gloria" by Mixed Chorus; benediction by Rev. C. H. Goshorn; "Now The Day Is Over" by class and audience. The June meeting will be helc at the church with Mrs. Clai Young and Mrs. Betty Landi serving as hostesses. Mrs. Stew art Rodamer will be the leader For safety's sake-Slow down and live! FOR A COFFEE-BREAK Brief Mention CvGsaptown CRESAPTOWN-Mr. and Mrs. Villard Shepherd, Burlington, N. [., visited their parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shep- ierd, Detroit, and Mrs. Jack Custer, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Shepherd. Oakland PTA Contest Held OAKLAND—Winners of the contest sponsored by the Oakland Elementary School PTA to make istrict. David Holler' has returned P° sters for lhe elementary school Kome from Sacred Heart Hospital, Cumberland. William T. Lewis and Miss Doris Lewis are visiting his son in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Gario, Washington. Albert Avery attended the re- The TB X-ray machine will b cent funeral of his brother, t Ihe new fire 'hall buildingjcharles Avery, at Acosta, Pa. and Richard Stuck, Star and Life evening service at 8:45 (DSTI in Scouts of Oakland troop, spoke the First Methodist Church din- on the oalh and laws and the va- ing room. rious ranks of scouting. Mem- _ , „ ,, ~ — ._ bers of the Sunshine Girls sang General NaIhanael Greene, who Ihree songs. > ?._™"!!_ raet ™. 8 n.!™^ It was announced that Maurice Brookhart and Merritt Feather would attend a meeting of the executive board of Potomac Scout Council at the home of Dr. Thomas Bess in Keyser to give a report for the Deep Creek Vcdnesday from 1 to 7 p. m. A well baby clinic will be held Thursday from 9 to 11 a. m., at he Legion home. Dr. Leslie Miles will be in charge. Richard Loughlin. husband of Kathleen Loughlin, is a surgical patient at Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Mary Small is ill at her home on Dogwood Flat. Enters Pilot Training ROMNEY — Second Lieutenant John Eugene Omps of Romnej has entered basic multi-engine pilot training at Goodfellow AFB The deceased was a former resident. Mrs. Clarence Llewellyn has returned home from Memorial Hospital. Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Chapman and family of Winchester. Va. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Winters. William and Robert Smouce re turned to Baltimore after visiting Two More Girls Enter Homecoming Contest LONACONING — Miss Sandiv McKinley and Miss^ Yvonnejsan AngeloT Texas. The son of'|j. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Omps ofi fun carnival have been an nounced. In the primary group James Moore was first, Rebecca Michael, second and Donna Crone, lird. Judges were Mrs. Rober roudfoot, Mrs. William Sharps nd Mrs. Roberl Sincell. Intermediate winners were laron Savage, first; William iennell, second, and Meg Eng ander, third. Norma Lee Callis nuna Glotfelty and Franklin itiwaler were given honorable mention. Judges of this group •ere Mrs. Willard Hawkins am Irs. Howard Naylor. Bible School Set Robertson are contestants for "Miss Lonaconing" of Homecoming Week. I On Monday, July 1, at 8 p. m. at the firemen's armory, "Miss Romney, he attended Randolph- Macon Academy and Davis-Elkins College. Lt. Omps received his commission through the ROTC their parents, Mr. and Mrs Harry Smouce. James Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Winters, who wa severely burned, returned horn from Sacred Heart Hospital anc is improving. Mrs. Bonnie Venlers of Wash Lonaconing" will be chosen fromjprograni. He completed primary Piedmont Coffee In Vacuum Pack Cans Red Bag Coffee in l-!b. packages PIEDMONT INSTANT COFFEE in 2 and 6 oz. JARS Vacation time coming up? Fine. Piedmont Grocery hopes you have lots of fun, lots of sun, and the best time ever. One word of caution, though. If your plans call for a long auto trip, please drive carefully. And remember — for safety's sake, stop for a coffee-break every hundred miles. — DISTRIBUTED BY — PIEDMONT GROCERY Co. R. G. "Dick" DuVall, Manager candidates 16 years and older, and prizes will be awarded. Monday is the deadline for pilot training at Spcnce Air Base, Moultrie, Ga, He is married to the former any contestants to register at the!Madge Marie Nazelrod, of Coal- D otomac Edison office, Eich-jlon, W. Va.. and they have two horn's store or at Valley High children, Elizabeth Ann, 3 and School. Dinner Postponed LONACONING — The Young Kathryn Uenec, 1. The family ngton and Mrs. Norma Wilso of Ridgeley visited their siste Mrs. Audrey Hutson. Mr. and Mrs. Brace L. Hutso and daughter. Gail, attended th memorial services in Glenco Pa., Sunday. or the Oakland area will begi une 10 at 9 a. m. and continue uate school. To Attend Institute Kenneth B. Keplinger, teacher Chemistry, physics, genera cience and mathematics at 'orthern High School, has been amed to attend the second hemistry-physics teacher insli ute from June 24 to August 16 t American University in Wash ngton. The National Science Founda ion grant of $75 per week to 5C elected students, with depend ncy allowances, university tui ion and fees and travel allot ment, is offered. The course will; nclude morning lectures wilh aboratory perieds for research and is a Graduate 1. carrying ;eneral in the Revolutionary Var, built a house in Anlhony, Rhode Island, in 1770. It is still preserved as it was in his day. ] , ; \ , 4 .] j •I FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS rr«*h from Our Gr«nhou»* PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Broadway — Troitburg LonaconTns — HO 3-3131 OPEN SUNDAY 'TILL NOON |: jl f >* f C t The daily vacation Bible School six credits and is subject to usual rules and standards of the grad- er a two-week period. Student vere being asked in all churchc o register now for the sessions Rev. John J. Atwell said trans portation would be provided anj one needing it. He also asked fo jersons to help conduct "the school. The sessions will be held n the Episcopal Church this year. Expenses of the school are paid from the offerings at the Union Lenten services. Keplinger resides at Accident. He has his Master's degree from West Virginia University and two of his 14 years of teaching have been at Northern. Meeting Planned Economic development of the community will be the purpose COSMETIC GIFTS for the GRADUATE luci«n LtVong Coly Yordl.y Max Factor Old Spies Tu.iy Shupe's Pharmacy Named USAF Cadet HYNDMAN—Kerry D. Miller of Hyndman, who enlisted at the! now resides at 1005 ClairmontlCumberland Air Force Recruit- Street, San Angelo, -Texas. L.VJl>rtV*Vyl> 11%^T J1IC luuug _ ^ _, _. , Adults Fellowship dinner scned-'""- Savage iMariiie uled for today will be postponedjg erv ; n g j n Georgia until another dale. Thursday at 7:30 p. m. a meet- ALBANY, Ga. — Marine Pfc. ing of the Young Adults will be'charles E. Foy, Jr.. son of held at First Methodist Church Charles E. Foy. of Mt. Savage. to map plans for the dinner. BUILDING SUPPLIES Framing lumber 1 x 6 TIT Rooferi Yellow Pine Stepping Weather Skipped Windowi Fluth DOOM Sliding Door Hardware Bullderf Hardware & Paint 1 Broadwaler Lumber Company Phon« 855 - FREE DELIVERY One Mile Weil of Froilbxi.g Md., is serving with the Headquarters Battalion at the Marine Corps Supply Center, Albany, Ga Pfc. Foy reported to Albany on May 2 from Camp Lejeune, N. C Before entering the service in March 1956, he attended Ml. Sav age High Sschool. For Rent: 3 room apartment— $30.00. Apply Little Ritz Reslau rant after 12:00 noon. Adv. N-May 30 T May 31 For Sale: 1 glass showcase- Cabinet sink-single drain—wit fixtures Phone Frostburg 1584-\ Adv. N May 30 T May 3 'S< Tiis new miracle paint Hows you to be your wn decorator! 'xciting features: f No primer coat needed f Orw coat covert most surface*, such a* platter, wood, brick, will- paper, concrete r Velvet lurfate may be scrubbed repeatedly C Deep-lone*, plirt unlimited variety of in-between shades and decorator tint* r Dries fast with no painty smell r M*y be used with brush or roller-co »ter RICH, DRAMATIC WALLS ~ 7 IN YOUR OWN HOME! Use NEW ALKYD FLAT ENAMEL PALACE Air - Ccndilioned FR1. - SAT. .JfffCMtfDlfR Harper's Parklane Now Serving fried chicken french fries cole slaw 85 Beall St. Ext. Phone Frostburg 394 Home Delivery Reservations Station in October, 1953, is a. lember of the Class of 1960 at' United Stales Air Force cademy, Denver, Colo. He will e home on leave from July 1 o July 21. Farmers and cowboys have less ye trouble than people who work offices. 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