Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 4, 1957 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 4, 1957
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'.4 Pjal_PA 2.460Q for a WANT-AD Taker New Officers Elected By Local Union Flanagun To Head Iron ; Workers Local; Clark Business Agent New officers of Cumberland Local 586, Iron Workers Union, will he installed Salurday, July 6. at 8 p.m. in the Allegany Labor Temple. Paul Flanagan president in Ihe EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, JUNJ5 What To Wear Hats Win Straw Vote With Flying Wew Color By DICK KLEINER , NEW YORK-(NEA)-You can! start wearing your straw hat now. It used to be that May 15 was (he traditional starling date: for the straws, iul no more. Now you can start any time. The slraw hat manufacturers soy so. And this year there's a lot of eager straw hat wearers who was named) -. . -•- — v cleclion held can ' wait lo sllow off lhcir new Salurday and George E Clark moc ' e ' s ' There's more color, more stylo, more new shapes, more new materials available in slraws than in many years. Let's take a look at the hals thai have been thrown in Ihe spring: COLOR: Anything goes. There, are a lot more darker tones! „ around, plus some ' unusual' Samuel Harrison, chair- shades. Dobbs,' for instance, has and Vernon Livengood, a group called "City of Light' ~j Him VJL'UJgU Ej. 1^13 was re-elected business agent. Other officers arc Vernon Liv- cngootl, vice president; William College, sergeant at arms and conductor, and Melvin E. Mear- kie, recording secretary. Elected to the executive board were man. • -•»•«•! LJL \ tIJfiUUU, Charles C. Clark. John J. Slangle and John Barlhtow. runs from tans to blues "and grays. Mallory has some char- Trustees will be Paul McGre- coal grays ' wor " wi !' 1 while gor, chairman; Leland C Ma- pu SSree bands for evening wear. Ions, retiring president, and Geo- , . ccu [f • most of lhem win be rge W. Logsdon plam old s ' r aw-colored, but seek- W. Logsdon. Etested to the examining board were^arnuel Harrison, chairman, C. Clark and Melvin Workers local has Charles Liller. The Iron • about 200 permanent members, augmented at present by about three dozen members from other locals. ers after the unusual will be satisfied. SHAPESrVSniaUycvcry shape that is available in felts is now duplicated in straw. All kinds of telescopes, center creases, pinch' fronts, flattops are around. Many models are now made lo harmonize with Ivy Look styling— Frostbiirg Man Given Fine Juvenile Court Gerald Lee Jackson, 23, was found guilty yesterday, afternoon in Juvenile Court of a charge of narrower brims bands. MATERIALS: Straws collected from all over the world go into the 1957 collections. Many manu- Jackson was fined $25 by Mag- islrale Fred II. Anderson for purchasing liquor for Ihe three youlhs. The .youths were put on probation by Anderson. Police Chief Lloyd Truly of Froslburg invesligaled the case. Attention K of C Members Election of officers on Tuesday, June 4 at regular meeting starting at 8:30 p, m. Thomas E. Carroll Grand Knight 4, 1957 with narrower COOL-HEADED: New summer hals include (from top) sfrair-llke headiicar of manmade Dynel; high crown center crease Leghorn with un- usuitl fealher band and a new Milano with ellptlcal crown. shrimp and/or olive is your best bet. I « i- "• """H.J jitn-rvagCU Wild ties that match the bands. Mallory has many feather bands. Knox suggests buying extra bands, so one slraw will do double or triple duty. Dobbs has straws made from a Florida straw called Ramie, so supple that you can shape it to suit your mood. They also have a hat made of flexible Macora, which can be rolled up for travel. Lee's Dynel straw, besides com-! ing in the usual colors, is aLso made in (he fire red, electric blue, shrimp and olive. If you have to cat your hat. MaiigesHeads New Election Board Setup Succeeds BUdluiul Man; Sinker Takes Over Clerk's Post At an organizational meeting of the Allegany County Board of Election Supervisors yesterday afternoon at the Court Mouse the jroup elected Earl E. Manges, local attorney, as president. He succeeded William A. Wilion of Midland, who held Ihe post •is years. Only two oilier changes were marie at the first meeting of this new board. Fieatus L. Spiker was appointed clerk, succeeding Edward P. Kaylor. who also lias leld his post the past six years. Leonard Miller of Shaft was designated as the new Republican voting machine custodian, filling :he position vacated hy Mr. Spiker. Olhcr appointments: Victor M. Ilcbb, secretary; Iri'in J. Neat, Republican regis- rar; C. William McDermott, democrat registrar: Alvin Genry, messenger; Mrs. Janet C. Lancaster, clerk - stenographer; John M. Robb. attorney; Miss Bessie M. Baird. substitute Republican registrar; John J. Zapf, registrar, substitute and John voting machine custodian. Hcbb and Manges are the Republican members of the Board The growing interest in men's , -u.ikbtiviji.f. many uidUU 1 - * J "- 5*uwiug iijicj tril in mCll 5 facturers now have the Dynel clothes has even extended into straw — Ihe lightweight, crush- Ihe realm of work clothes, which proof and water-and stain-repel- used -to- be the step-child of the lent material. Milans, Leghorns, men's wear industry. Now. according to the American Institute — —"im.j. of Men's and Boys' Wear, a spol ODDS AND ENDS: Adorn has survey reveals thai more lhan 70 group of slraws packaged with ' -' • • per cent of men's wear retailers see a growing interest in style in work clothes. Among the changes noted recently; Colors are now in evidence Gone are the pants and shirts that used to be exclusively made in tan or blue. Now workers want — and get —pants in grays and blacks and browns. Charcoal gray is a big favorite. Shirts are now available in patterns and a wider range of colors. Fabrics have broadened, too Twill and corduroy in good qual ity arc now top favorites. Four Graduations Today Four of Allegany County's eight public high schools will conducl -ii Save for Yoi Home! 1- Democrat R. Kelly, Democ'ral to supervise the BARN'S DEGREE — Dean A. Hancox, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hancox, 801 MacDonald Terrace, ycslcrday received a bachelor of arts degree at Juniata College. Huntingdon, Pa, A 1953 graduate of Allegany High School, he majored in history and political science, and was active in intramural sports and dramatics. election Tuesday, June 13, in E lee . „„, decide then whether to accept or reject the proposed zoning measure which was approved by the General Assembly last winter. They also will elect a ihree- member zoning board to serve if the measure is approved. Candidates for Ihe zoning board musl submit petitions signed by -------- - ,.^..., u ,.., OIKI.CU O y ai of Election Supervisors and Qualified voters of Ihe election Club To Sec Movies Matthew J. Mullaney is the district on or before midnigh Democrat member. Both Ilebb Saturday, June 8 and Mullaney have been on the board for six years. Fahrenheit for July 10. m 3 FIVE Girl Scout Camp Registration To End 3irl Scout home, according to Miss Olive Ilurlburt. scbut ex- 1 ecutive. Eighty-five advance regislra- ions for Ihe first week of day, " ip have been received, mak- ! it possible to plan (he bus route lo transport the girls to and from camp. Miss Ilurlburt wtcd. Slops arc scheduled now at Henderson Avenue and Valley Sired; LaValo Fire Hall, LaVale Methodist Church, LaVale Library, LaVale Boulevard, inler- lection of Braddock and Vocke roads; Potomac Drive-in Thea- Ire; Cresaptoivn intersection; Bowling Green, Dingle Circle, Girl Scout House and Virginia Avenue at Potomac Street. A maximum of 100 girls can be accommodated each week at day camp in Constitulion Park, Miss Ilurlhurt noted. At the rale registrations have been made, the roster should be filled today and certainly not later than tomorrow evening, after which no more enrollments can be accept- 24 lo 28. A physician will be at llic Girl Make your Washdays Modern, too' -with a GAS Clothes Dryerf The first training session for the day camp slaff will be held :omorrow at 10:30 a.m. at Girl Scout house. Training will he given by Mrs. William Clauv who will direct the day camp, and Miss Olive Ilurlburt. exec utive director. Camping periods at the park Movies of the 1956 World Series between the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers will be UmLrt Ctab at Cenl YMCA day, June 10 from 9:30 to 11:30 NO MORE: • stretching > lifting > carrying sun-fading weather worries stacks of ironing A GAS Clothes Dryer tumble-dries clothes sweet and fluffy in minutes . . .for only a. penny a had! See the new GAS Clothes Dryers at your Appliance Dealer's—Now I 575 Habitant Pine Bed $24.50 $49 Heywood Ash-Craft Table, 30x30 fop ,~. $18 $49 Imperial of Grand Ropids (marred) . . $18.75 $20 TV Plastic Chair 512 .50 $65 Mahogany Drop-Leaf Table $49.50 i Wunda Were—27x54—cotton and nylon rugs choice ..' $8.95 27x18 Lee Broadloom Sample carpets one of a kind—choice ,. _ 95 C $150 Set of Mahogany Dining Chairs $95 $250 Two Sectional Sofas—bumper ends both $149 $125 Two Sectionals. Wrought iron—brass trim plastic upholstering—both $79.50 Decorator Pillows—rubber filled , . $3.95 Wood Beds—values to $75 $29.50 Mahogany Chairs—one of a kind— values to $25 $12.50 Bunting Aluminum Glider ..' $59.50 2 Seat Aluminum Girder $27.50 Folding Aluminum Chain (jumbo) $9.95 Folding Telescope Chain $6.95 $50 9 x 12 India Rugs $350 French Provincial Cherry Bedroom Suite . $39.50 $279 $89.50 Combination Inncrspring Marching Box Spring. Both for only Mattress with $89.50 ENEMAH 41 N. Mechanic St. The Store DEVOTED to yoi/7? Home their commencement exercises tonight and in the four ceremonies 422 boys and girls are scheduled lo receive their diplomas. The largest class, at Fort Hill High School, will he graduated In the earliest of the four com- mencemenls tonight. The Fort Hill graduation will get under way at 7 p. m. in the stadium where 276 seniors are scheduled to receive their diplomas. Dr. Mil]er_A_. F. Ritchie, president of Hartwick College at One- onto, N. Y.. will deliver the commencement address to the Fort Hill seniors,' their relatives and friends. Mrs. Albert C. Cook of Froslburg, a member of Ihe Allegany County Board of Education. will present diplomas to the' graduates. Viclor D. Heisey ' school principal, will present the awards. • i The first commencement in the new $2,000,000 Bruce High School at AVesternport, used April 24 for : Ihe first time, is scheduled Tor gi p. m. when 70 seniors will receive* their diplomas. Dr. Millard G. Roberts, president of Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa, will address the Bruce High School graduates their parents and friends. Kenneth R. Malcolm of Westernporl president of the county Board of Education, will award the diplomas. Kennelh E. Sheetz. rounding out his frst year as principal at Westernport. will announce the award winners. J». Savage High School will begin ils fifth annual commencement at 8 p. m. today. The class oration will be delivered by Lawrence Stowell and the principal address will be given by Dr W. B. Williamson. Mrs. Stanley Buckley of LaVale, another member of the County Board of Education, will present diplomas to the 62 Ml Savage High School graduates and Alfred H. Benna, the school principal, will present special awards. Cumberland's Cily Auditor Ar- Ihur B. Gibson will deliver the principal address al (he Oldlown High School graduation, also scheduled for 8 p. m. today. J. (>oodloe Jackson of this city will present diplomas to the » graduates and J. Hubert Had- cliffe school principal, will distribute the awards. The other four public high school commencements will be held tomorrow night. vnwum* l<x Fill out and clip this coupon and bring it to your Ford Dealer V LIST THE MODEL YOU WANT HERE' SIX-CYLINDER ENGINE S-CYUNDER ENGINE (272 cubic inch) FORDOMATIC } CONVENTIONAL > CHOOSE ONE OVERDRIVE ; POSITIVE ACTION WIPER POWER STEERING POWER BRAKES WHITE WALL TIRES BACK-UP LIGHTS . ELECTRIC CLOCK FRESH AIR HEATER i DEFROSTER RADIO & ANTENNA (CONSOLE) TINTED GLASS WHEEL COVERS WINDSHIELD WASHER UHDERCOAT1NG 70-AMP. BATTERY STAND $125.OO 190.00 STAND 110.00 12.00 JO.OO 45.00 50.00 9.00 15.00 95.0O 99.00 33.00 20.00 15.OO '35.00 B.OO STYLETONE PAINT 50.00 POWER SEATS POWER WINDOWS SAFETY PACK "A" ffidiSei OKti £ Visors) TURN SIGNALS 65.00 103.00 20.00 STANC TOTAL ' SUBTRACT YOUR TRADE-JN HERE ) NET DEAL ^ swi States. of these are private. 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