Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 20, 1952 · Page 12
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FROSTBIIRG-KEYSER And Tri-State Area News (12) Evening Times, Wednesday, February 20, 1952 Pythians Hold District Meet • PIEDMONT, W. Va.—Five lodges j Keyser Slates ! Junior Choir JGitizens Blast Observance Of Holds Election Rail Company /^l*. ¥7 _ __ 1*. '• !m ?{•• nn» TT Founding KKYSER, W. Va. — A group of local businessmen met this afternoon with Mayor Chester J. p of the John B. Rogers; Production Company of R*torUj Ohm, to discua. plans for a week-: MIDLAND—The Junior Choir Grace Methodist Church recently! elected the following officers: 1 President, Phyllis Truly vice pres-' ident. Eima Jones; secretary. Nancy ! 8auon of North End citizens ap- ••—"«•» before the Mayor and Coun- Hall. Two Cumberland Schools Join In Teacher Training Program h vn v the Fifth District, Knights of Pythias, held here Monday night FROSTBURG — Two more ele- of Allegany County with Frostburg College in the teacher i of rr^ a chancellor of Lafayette Ix,dge and Q hart hool f whjch m ne 1 PV " SPOn f,7 a f I *" nes ..«f eae ' Teniant is principal, and East Side Ke>serpres dent who presided. , School ' Klinkhammer. A national radio program Sun- princloa.1 w . v,- Marv !The 8rou P discussed ways to secure ong celebration of the founding of iheld Qn the j ^ g ed by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad g --------------- discussed. The public high school speaking : teacher at Gephart School, and contest being sponsored by the K.'J. First, second; ;Mrs, Theresa Ritter is the student the town. each .. The project of the unit is funds to purchase choir Compaay trains. in each district. The theme will be £!"'^f^Grade Four, is the supervising Company business is being ruined ,.„„„„ 1 E - °- Taylor, owner, said, and if It will mark the 110 anniversary of) Refreshments were served foUow . \ continues, "I'll be compelled to dis- Paddy's island Grant which later !jhem became known as Paddytown and: Brief Mention eventually Keyser. j The Auxi]jar ' of the Mid!and In conjunction with the celebra-j Volunteer Plre company will hold a tion the centennial anniversary of! special meetj tonl ht at 7:30 , n the first passage of Baltimore and i the Fire Ha}! r-Abraham Lincoln." The district i'^ cheTr at The Taylor Coal and Trucking winners will compete in a stare con- i ± ±? S ' de Scho ° 1 ' test in Parkersburg and the victor there will compete in a national event at Springfield, 111. [continue my business and move' Grand officers present at thei elsewhere." meeting included Coyd Yost, Key- Edward Combs, garage owner, said the crossing has been blocked many hours daily, when each instance is multiplied many times, and declared The rail company last year held a recently in St. Joseph's Cath- Ohio Railroad Company trains; The infam son of Mr and ^g. last week he had a day when he Keyser will be observed.; Percy Mlchaels> Gi i more was ba p- Iost ei Sht hours and another when ,„.» u.,., - 'the loss for the entire day was 12 hours. James M. Hood, in the concrete mixing business, said his company's loss is becoming a serious matter, land that his company will have to Mrs. Sale Loar is able to be out l move to another place if no relief celebration in conjunction with the| 01|c church by Rev . wmiam Mc _ town - iVeigh, pastor. The child was chris- The Rogers Company specializes jtened Kenneth Francis and Francis In handling such undertakings and| Pair and Mrs John Cesnlck were special events will be planned for j the sponsors Miss Elizabeth Kildow, Cumberland, ;are the student'teachers. j Under the present program for teachers, the college stu- are placed in different grades ser, supreme representative; Walter! of fhools where they have an op- Schwinabart. Elaine, vice ' hancel . P°"unity to put methods_and prac- i tices into .operation under superior; Ralnrt Martin, Keyser, outer! . guard; Ray L. Wilt, of Lafayette| n - _ . . ,, .. 1 Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. Edward McMillan, 12 College Avenue, announce the birth of a son last night in Miners Lodge, treasurer, and Charles fJew-j ellyn, Keyser, district deputy chancellor. each day of the anniversary week. Dimes Campaign Report Presented following an illness. Miss Margaret Kenny, Baltimore, spent the weekend with her aunts, Misses Mary and Julia Quinn. Wilbur Crarve, who had been ill CRESAPTOWN — The March of:for the past ten days, is able to be Dimes campaign in the Cresaptown area netted $258.31, according Mrs. Lester McGill, chairman. to out. Mrs. Agnes Donahue returned home after spending several weeks Collections included Cresaptown j with relatives in Aliquippa, Pa. School, $60; Girl Scouts, $5; iron; Carol Beeman, one - j'ear - old ..lung containers, $69.86; collections j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adell at Park Theatre by Girl Scouts,:Beeman, returned from Allegany $89.95, and $5 each from the follow- j Hospital, Cumberland, where Ing Sunday School classes of Ore-j was a patient for two weeks. eaptown Methodist Church: Ladies Bible Class, O.U.R. Class, '• •** .. rYi. f,, Scripture Gleaners Class and Mary | Meelin S Tlme Changed Martha class. j By Rebekah Lodge ' she is given. Mayor Compton read a copy of a letter he mailed to C. P. Frye, general yardmaster for the B & O Lodges represented at the meeting besiues Lafayette Lodge were Olive Branch, Keyser; Acme, Gor- Hospital. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Circle Meeting Set | WESTERNPORT — The Jennie K. i Nesbitt Circle of the WSCS of Trinity Methodist Church will meet expefifcs to go to Baltimore next week if nothing is accomplished WESTERNPORT-Miriam Rebek- b ^, 01re ., th , afc ," m ,?; . Lodge 16 will meet tomorrow at On Guard Fencing Company in Keyser, in which he Sisters. referred to formal complaints made • by the city and promises made by Estimate Presented Frye about the crossing. Copies of! the letter were mailed to C. T. Williams, superintendent of the B & O at Cumberland, and President R. D. White of the railroad company at Baltimore. The letter stated clearly that promises have not been kept. The mayor was authorized by council to contact White as soon as possible and make an appeal to him to relieve the situation. The mayor mania; Eagle! Bkune/and Elk, Elk ^^^^Jj^^S?*'™* Garden The next district meeting will be held in Keyser in April. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by members of Calanthe Temple No. 8, Pythian Jojin tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Spruce Street. The study 7:30 p. m., instead of as previously announced. Following the business meeting, a j There is likelihood that a delegation of citizens may also make the trip. Free parking in Keyser on Satur- Norris Ravenscroft 3051 Valentine social will be held. Mrs.j day ev enings was eliminated by The study to bei p l° Clower and Mrs. Anna Codire councU - Afc the last meeting of council, it was decided to give free taught by Mrs. Frances Dayton will j will have charge of the entertain- begin at this meeting. merit. DEPEND ON YOUR TAILOR For Quality Workmanship Cleaning — Pressing Alterations THOMAS ELIAS 10 W.it Main Frailburg Service Set Tonight parking from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday evenings, but the motion was M Pf ,i: nff p arfv rescinded at this meetin ad Jleclin g' rart y rescinded at this meeting and the old hours will be continued, effective March 1, with a provision that 25 FROSTBURG—The third service I cents be .charged any persons who in the local preaching mission will j park overtime and pay within an be held tonight at 7:30 at Salem :hour. If payment is not made until Evangelical and Reformed Church. I after the Hour, the penalty will Rev. Hartland H. Helmick, Phila- ; be $1. delphia, will be the speaker and Rev. • — , Daniel B. Eveland, pastor of First' Presbyterian Church, will officiate. PTA Sponsors Dance The Girls Choir of First Presbyterian Church will sing. Skating Party Set FROSTBURG—Boy Scout Troop LUKE—A public sponsored by the "hobo" Luke dance, WESTERNPORT — Commissioner Harry Richards, who was acting mayor at a meeting of the Town Council Monday afternoon, presented an estimate of the amount of material needed to replace the present guard fence on Oakview Drive. Commissioner Richards said posts and 920 feet of cable would be needed to string two strands of guard wire 460 feet. It was announced that holes on Philos Ave nue and Vine Street would be patched as soon as material could be secured and weather permits. Mayor George P. Right is a patient in Memorial Hospital. Cumberland, where attaches report he is "resting comfortably." By Homemakers Club FROSTBURG—The Shaft homemakers will hold their February meeting tomorrow night at the home of Elaine Miller, Shaft, with Mrs. Pinkie Tennant as co-hostess. The meeting will mark the club's fourteenth anniversary and a Valentine party will be held. Members are to bring Valentines for exchange with secret sisters. School I Teacher Association, will be Ladie9 Night glaled •innv Tliffnf at. -Tdb-o'c Wann ^ FROSTBURG ELECTRIC Motor Winding Radio and Refrigeration PROMPT SERVICE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Authorized GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER 9 E. Main St. Phone 86 held Friday night at Jake's Place. Westernport. Music for both round No. 48 will sponsor a. roller skating j and square dancing will be by the party Friday night at the Frostburg j Harmony Quartet. Roller Rink. Tickets are available! • • — from members of the troop or at! the doorj- . : Spring Play Chosen KEYSER, W. Va. —Ladies Night will be featured at a meeting to- rr.orrow at 7:30 p. m. of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company Veterans of Keyser. Leo Wilcox. president, announced that the^Jnect- ing, which will be held in the Vet- FROSTBURG — "Blithe Spirit," j erans Hall on the B & O grounds, j by Noel Coward, has been selected; will be arranged especially for the WESTERNPORT — The Young by tne Littlc Theatre of Frostburg!ladies and that refreshments will Adult, Class of the Church of the 'State Teachers College as their!be (served. Brethren will meet nt the home of, spring Production. The play, first 1 ^ _ ; • Mr. and Mrs. John Smalhvood, Rail- ! produced in 1941 In England, is a j Visits 111 Midland Class Meeting Set morning in Miners Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chaney and son, Detroit, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson .Green, 30 the weekend. Fairgrieve Post No. 2462, o'clock. The February meeting of the Loyalty Bible Class of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will be held tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Bertha Wittig, 21 Frost Avenue, with Mrs. Verus Workman, assisting hostess. The Drum and Bugle Corps -of Farrady Post 24, American Legion, will rehearse at 7:30 tonight at the Legion Home. Mrs. Hattie Elliot returned to her home, Ormond Street, after being a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Miss Delores Chapman entered Memorial Hospital last night to undergo surgery. Fellowship Supper PIEDMONT, W. Va.—The Piedmont Circle of the Women of Pied- ment Presbyterian Church will sponsor a fellowship supper at 6 p. m. tomorrow at the church. WATCH OUR WINDOW Examine lh« Extra Special SuiH at $26.50 Gabardinet - Shorktkint Bluei • Browni - Tani • Grayi Newttt Arrow Sport Shirti—All colon including the new paitel shades. BISHOP TO SPEAK—The resident bishop of the Pittburgh Area of the Methodist Church, Bishop Lloyd C. Wlcke, will be the speaker at two meetings of the Moorefield District this Friday at Romney, W. Va., Methodist Church. He will address the district pastors at 2:30 p. m. that day and will be the speaker at a meeting of the churches of the district at 7:30 p. m. Part of his address will include the showing of pictures which he and Mrs. Wicke took on a recent tour of South America. The WSCS of the Romney church will serve a dinner at 6 p. m. for the attending pastors and wives. For Sale: Three piece living room ;uite. Phone 563-R, 319 East Main Street, Frostburg. —Adv.-N-T-Feb. 19-20-21 Flowers By Wire We Specialize in Funeral Designs The Leading Florist 22 N. Mineral St. Keyser Phone 6726 Nite 8046 20 cfox, new Spring hand* —- and bows Come in and look lies—Four hi at $1.00 ea. them over. A. Chas. Stewart Horn* of Good Clothes road Street, Monday at 7:30 p.m.;drawing room comedy. Miss Nellie Rounds will be co-! ' ho.ste.ss. Fresh Flowers from the Greenhouse Harvey's Greenhouse Phont 266 J94 E Moin St. — Froitburg j Soldier Enroute Home KEYSER, W. Va.-Sgt. Donald J. Wagoner, son of Mrs..Lionel Wagon-| tioned witn er, Cumberland, and grandson of i Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Barker, Keyser, j is enroute home after spending 18 • months in Korea with the Army | Signal Corp.s. j MIDLAND — Sgt. Albert Raitt, Asbury Park, N. J., recently visited Sgt. Charles G. Eagan, Main Street, prior to their leaving for Camp LeJeune, N. C., where they are sta- Marine Corps. DANCE TONIGHT CENTURY ATHLETIC CLUB Mechanic St. Frostburg TEAM LOTS ONLY • Basketball Uniform! Award Jacketi Chonilla Utteri and Emblems Write or VUit Our Shop for Prices GRAYSON'S SPORTING GOODS PHOTO SUPPLIES 2 PIEDMONT I STREET, BOX 711 KEYSER, W. VA. Young Farmer Dies In Mishap SOMERSET, Pa. — Walter A. Koontz, 36-year-old farmer of Jenner Tcro-nship, was fatally injured Monday when he was crushed under a tractor. The mishap occurred on the farm of John M. McConaughy near Koontz's home. Dr. C. T. Saylor, Somerset County coroner, said death likely was instantaneous and caused by a fractured skull. The body was found an hour or two after the accident by two miners who were working at a nearby mine operation. Koontz, who was hauling a manure spreader at the time of the accident, is believed to have been pinned underneath the tractor when it suddenly turned end-over-end. A native of Somerset County, he was a son of Charles and Maude (Seal) Koontz. Besides his parents, he is survived by his widow and two children. The "mouse" weasel of Canada and Alaska is one of the smallest carnivorous animals in the world. Corner lot for Sale, College Avenue and Pine Street, 50x80, Phone Prostburg 128-R. —Adv.-N-T-Peb. 19-20 February SALE of KROEHLER Living Room FURNITURE AAUC FURNITURt HUmL COMPANY Piedmont, W. Vo. Another Freedom For You What do you do when you need a prescription filled immediately? No need to worry. Just call us. We're ready to serve you 24 hours daily. DEPENDABLE SERVICE Call Fbg. 520 , IQIfS OlTlMi PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST J9 E Banks of Frostburg Will Be Open Saturday, February 23rd. As a convenience to the public, because of the Legal Holiday Friday, Banks of Frostburg will be open on Saturday, February 23rd. between the hours of 9 A. M. and 12 Noon. *****•*'***** Friday, February 22nd., Is established as a Legal Holiday in observance of Washington's Birthday. No business will be transacted on that day. *********** FIDELITY FROSTBURG SAVINGS BANK NATIONAL BANK Member* Fecfora) Dtfposff /rtfuranca Corporation Only $199. 95 Supper Postponed FROSTBURG — The ways and j means committee of the PTA of ; jBeall School has announced thatj ! the ham supper scheduled for March j J6 has been postponed until Thurs-1 [day. March 13. i New L/43 i ^pmdM&S, with New Automatic Spin-rinse New Built-in Water Filter New Handy Swing Faucets S 1T9- 95 and your old washer EASY TERMS Come in and see this BIG-VALUE EASY Spindrier in action today. Only the new EASY has Automatic Spin-rinse with double-rinsing action . . . built-in "Clean- flow" Water Filter for cleanest washing and rinsing . . . Handy Swing Faucets. Does your week's wash in less than one hour! Also Sec New Easy Wringer Washer . . . $169.95 HAFER'S FURNITURE STORE Phone 65 Frostburg FOR SALE Twenty-month-old Hereford Bull. 1 Roy E. Crowe. Route 2. Frostburg. j Phone 941-J-l. —Adv.-N-T-Feb. 20-21 OAK HARDWOOD FLOORING 2!/ 4 " Face $10.00 Per 100 Sq. Feet I'/i" Face 9.00 Per 100 Sq. Feet Tongue & Grooved - End Matched Kiln Dried 5% Delivery Charge Out of City Limits FRANK LEWIS & SON 8 Toylar Street Froitburg Phone 322 30 Down 18 Months To Pay Trade !n Your Old Refrigerator As All, More Than, Or Part Of Your Down Payment! family-size For Sale: Used floor model Radio.! 10 Tubes Like new. Very reasonable Call 158. Ask for Bill. Adv.-N.-T.-Feb. 18, 20. 1952 Baby Deserves the best . , . PLAYTEX and JOHNSON Baby Products PARiSE' Frostburg Wed. - Thurf. 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