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i IIOVI III IU.- KEYSER And Tri-Stale Area News (20) Evenng Times, Thursday, February .21, 1952 Anniversary Dinner Slated Little Theatre %/ By Hose Company At Barton I Group Selects l J : /-i . r( m - Last tor Flay BARTON—Barton Hose Company! No. 1 will observe its thirty-third j anniversary with a dinner at 6 p. m. ! tomorrow in the new Fire Hall. The, dinner will be served by the Ladies' Guild of Barton Presbyterian! Church, according .0 John Roberts/ chairman. | The company was organized following a fire February 2. 1919, which 1 nearly destroyed the business section of the town. The unit received its charter February 29. 1919. Robert Byrus, of the Fire Exten- *lon Service of the University of Maryland, will be the principal speaker and Clarence C. Keyes, a past, president of the company, will be toastmaster, Two veteran members of the company, Henry Howell, who is serving his 27th term as president, and Joseph Shuhart, in his 25th year as treasurer, will be presented gifts. Guests will include firemen and their wives or friends, members of the Auxiliary of the company; Barton Citizens' Band, Mayor and City Council, officers of the Allegany- Garrett and Maryland State Firemen's associations and prominent citizens of Barton and Allegany County. The company owns a $60,000 fire ; house, an armory where weekly games and dances are held and a ' pumper truck. The unit is planning . on purchasing a new truck in the near future. Assisting Roberts with plans are Shuhart, Forrest Mowbray, Russell "Kiddy and William Kyle. Entertainment will be provided following the dinner. ' Brief Mention '' World Day of Prayer will be ob- lerved Friday, February 29, at Barton Methodist Church. The • Woman's Missionary Society of Barton Presbyterian Church and the WSCS of the host church will par. ticipate, with Mrs. William H. Harvey and Mrs. Donald Wilson as chairmen. , The Youth's Fellowship of Barton Methodist Church will be host to a , Sub-District rally to be held some ' time in March, The group will present a three-act comedy, "Aaron Flick from Punkin Crick". Those ' taking parts are William Hyde, Martha Chappell, Helene Snyder, Carolyn Harvey, Wilma Winters, \ William Brown and William Frankenberry. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brennan announce the birth of a daughter February 15 at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, W. Va. ; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beachy . announce the birth of a daughter at Miners Hospital, Frostburg, on February 16. Miss Laverne Moore. Washington, visited her mother, Moore. 'Paul Edward Mete is reported 111 at his home with the flu. William Hyde and William Frankenberry returned to school after being absent due to illness. % Miss Sally Hyde is confindE to her home with illness. MP OF THE WEEK — Cpl. Charles W. Merrbaugh, Route 2, Frostburg, was selected as "Mp of the Week" this week at the Indiantown Gap, Pa., Military Reservation. Cpl. Merrbaugh is a graduate of Mt. Savage School and a veteran of nine years of Army service, including service In Europe during World War II. Cpl. Merrbaugh is the 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Merr- baugh, RD 1, Frostburg. $952 Reported In Fund Drive For Boy Scouts FROSTBURG — Walter Mackey, finance chairman for the Boy Scout fund campaign in the Mountain District, has reported receipts of $952 received in the drive for $2,000 to be raised in the local area. Harry Ort, who heads the Rotary Club's six teams in the campaign reported $510 contributed at a'din- ner meeting Monday night. Reports of three of the teams were incomplete and the drive will continue until February 25. Prizes were presented to the winning team of the club which consisted-of Arthur Rowe, captain, Dr. | Reformed Church will meet tomor- Maurice Matteson, John Dunkle, Jr.,l roK r evening at the home of Mr. and William Yates and John Dunkle, Sr. | Mrs. Harold Setzer. FROSTBURG — The cast of "Blithe Spirit," the spring production of the Little Theatre group of Frostburg State Teachers College, has been selected. Plans have been made to present the three-act comedy on April 3 and 4 in the college auditorium. The cast features the following students in the various roles: Charles Condomine, a British novelist, Thomas A. Downs Jr.; Elvira, his first wife, Margaret Robinson; Ruth, his second wife, Ann Povish; Madam Arcati, a medium, Mildred Reagan; Edith, a servant, Normal Hicks; Dr. Bradman, a family friend, Ross Heller, and Mrs. Bradman, Susan Richmond. Direction of the play -will be by Miss Edith Humphrey, faculty advisor, and Thomas Furlow, student director, ' | Others who will assist with thej stage effects are John Lizer, stage] manager; Phyllis Riggleman, stage properties' chairman; James Goldsworthy and Joseph T. Butler, stage settings committee, and Patricia Bohn, house decorations chairman. Assisting with general arrangements are Emily Popp, tickets; Ruth Farrell, publicity chairman; Donald Burgess and Vaughn Dullabaun, lighting committee; Mary K. Logsdon, program chairman, and Patricia Benna, costumes chairman. Brief Mention The Ladies Aid Society of First Congregational Church will meet at 7:45 p. m. today at the home of Mrs. Ruth McCulloh, Bowery Street. Mrs. Ruth Davis will be in charge of the devotionals. The meeting of the Little League managing personnel called for Friday has been postponed until Wednesday, February 27, at 8 p. m. St. _Mary's Guild of St. John's Episco'pal Church will hold a bake sale Saturday morning in the Potomac Edison rooms, Broadway, for the benefit of the church building fund. Mrs. John Caldwell, Mrs. Thomas Smith and Mrs. William James will be in charge. The Senior Christian Endeavor Society of Salem Evangelical and AWARD WINNERS AT LUKE MILL—Seven employes of the Luke mill of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company were recently presented emblems for completing 25, 35 and 40 years of employment without a disabling injury. The presentations were made by Harry McGowan, president of the local union, shown at the extreme left. The award winners, left from McGowan, and their length of service without a disabling injury, are Henry. Twyman, 35 years; Marsh Dayton, 35 years; Aubrey Mclntyre, 40 years; Ernest Fleek, 35 years, arid Hazel Kight, 25- years. Absent when the picture was taken were John Stump, 35 years, and Charles Smith, 25 years. Milk Company Honors Area Dairy Farmers BEDFORD, Pa. — Sixty-five dairy farmers In the Bedford area wert honored by the Supplee-Wllls-Jone* Milk Company of Philadelphia at, a, recent meeting for the producers in the auditorium of Bedford High School. The meeting marked the fourth annual achievement award program sponsored by the Philadelphia company for dairymen with outstanding; production records in high-quality milk and year-around production. Heading the list of winners were Bernard and M. Jean Lawhead, RD 2, Everett, and Lester I>. Bussard, RD 1, Everett. Featured on the program were a talk by Dr. Roy F. Davenport, Philadelphia, director oJ field service for the milk company; a piano presentation by Robert McKinley, of the Philadelphia Dairy Council, and a talk and demonstration on fire prevention by Elmer L. Parker, representative of the Harleysvill* Mutual Casualty Company. Moose Chapter Has Initiation Their collections totaled $100. J. Glenn Beall, Jr., chairman of the advancement committee, reported contributions of $442, with reports incomplete. Teh six teams from the Lions Club, under the leadership of Simeon Green, will report at a later The Pioneer Club of Welsh Baptist Memorial Church will meet tomorrow evening at the home of Miss Elizabeth Workman, Maple Street, with Mrs. Emily Reese, co- hostess. The annual St. David's Day tea and entertainment, sponsored by the club, will be held Friday, March date. Grantsville and Friendsville, 7, at 8 p. m. in the church. Mrs. Stanley | who are taking part in the drive, 'have not reported to date. The drive is expected to be completed by February 28. William Lewis is chairman for the Frostburg The Women's Missionary Union of Welsh Baptist Church will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Annie Laber, Mt. Pleasant Street. Francis Richardson, Bowery area, C. O. Bender, for the Grants- street, is a patient in Memorial ville area, and Charles Ross, the j Hospital, Cumberland. Friendsville area. William Kaiser, 316 East Main Persons wishing to contribute may • Street, who had been a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kyle an-(send donations to the chairman or j Miners Hospital for two weeks, Is David Willets, auditor at the Frostburg National Bank. nounce the birth of a daughter February 10 at Potomac Valley Hospital. Lt. and Mrs. Harry Bosley are on j included a vocal solo by Miss Joyce '«. motor trip through Virginia and southern Btatcs. Elsie Mae Gattens and Donald Bean were chosen as the "Sweetheart Couple" at a recent Valentine dance held by the Senior Class of Barton High School. The program now undergoing treatment at the veterans hospital, Aspinwall, Pa. He is a veteran of World War 1. Mrs. Lois Alexander is spending Moore, dances by Carol Ann Houd- several months with her parents, PIEDMONT, W. Va.—Four new members were initiated at a meeting Tuesday night of Piedmont Chapter No. 925, Women of the Moose. Mrs. Ruth High, junior regent, presided in the absence of Mrs. DeAnna Nogle, senior regent, who is ill. Thirty-seven members attended tbe meeting. Ritual program night was observed, with Mrs. Thelma Ack and her committee presenting the following program: Accordion solo, Raymond Murray; toe dance, Helen. Poling; acrobatic and tap dance, Charlotte Pyles; baton act, Janet Jane Mills; piano solo, Becky Cosner; cornet solos, Gary Ack; tap dance, Pi-.tty Green and Barbara Fisher; humorous readings, Ruth Allen Blackburn. All of the performers were from Keyser and were brought here by Mrs. Forrest Cosner. Pianist accompaniment was given by Miss Anita Green, Keyser. A covered dish supper was served following the program. A three- tiered cake which centered the table was served in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin High's twenty-ninth wedding anniversary. : The next meeting will be held Tuesday, March 4. Illness Hits Attendance At Schools In Tri-Towns Officers Elected By Alumni Group PIEDMONT, W. Va.~Miss Naoma M. Flanagan was elected president of the Alumni "Association of St. Peter's High School, Westernport, at a meeting Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Home here. She succeeds Miss Myrtis Maybury. Other officers elected included Mrs. •Kingsley Skidmore, first vice president; Paul Welsh, second vice president; Miss Eileen Hcaly, recording secretary; Mrs. Anita Reilly, corres; ending secretary, and Miss Betty Welsh, treasurer. The new officers will be installed at a meeting Friday, March 14, at 7:30 p. m. at the K. of C. Home. ersheldt and accordion selections by Elaine Myers. Mr. and Mrs. George Englc, Charles Street, while her husband, Sgt. Lloyd Shaw returned from Poto- Donald Alexander is on maneuvers mac Valley Hospital, where he was j with the 82nd Aifborne Division in FOR SALE Twenty-month-old Hereford Bull. Roy E. Crowe, Route 2, Frostburg. Phone 941-J-l. —Adv.-N-T-Feb. 20-21 - - SALE - Men's Oxfords Rtduced To $5.95- $6,95- $9.95 — Value, to $10.95 — Condon's Shoe Store 20 W. Main St. Phone 890 Froitburg admitted with an injured finger sustained while using a power saw at his home. He also had a toe amputated while there, after a prolonged series of treatments. Arnold Tichnell, Jr., Willoughby. Ohio, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tichnell. Mrs. Charles Howell, Mrs. Henry Howell and Joseph Howell visited Mr. and Mrs. James Stakcm. Washington. Mrs. Wendell Allen is confined to Texas. He is a son of Mrs. Hazel Alexander, Midland. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Broadwater, 20 High Street, announce the birth of a son Vast night in Miners Hospital. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. j Robert Lemmert, 4 Ormond Street, yesterday in Miners Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Spiker, Midland, announce the birth of a daughter this morning in Miners Hospital her bed asain after an illness ofi several weeks. • L ... . „ , , Mrs. Paul Poland and infant son I 1 "" 1 '" 11 ' 0 " Conducted returned from Potomac Valley Hos- • pltal. Richard Brett, stationed with the Navy at Norfolk, Va., recently visited friends and relatives. Seoul Group Attends Show In Frostburg GRANTSVILLE—Members of the Grantsville Boy Scout Troop who attended a recent Mt. District show to Frostburg included: PIEDMONT, W. Va.—A large percentage of the students in Tri- Towns schools have been absent from school during the past week due to illness. On Monday, 160 students were absent from Bruce High School, Westernport, and 140 were away on Tuesday. Absentees yesterday numbered 120 out of an enrollment of approximately 600 students. A member of the faculty, Miss Nellie Kooken, is also ill. At Hammond Street School, a total of 140 pupils were absent from classes yesterday. Two 1 of the teachers, Miss Eleanor Dunk and Miss Lora Fazenbaker have been confined to their homes due to illness. At St. Peter's School, 50 of the enrolled 270 pupils were absent yesterday. Three of the high school students were also absent due to illness. ' Ten • children were not present at Luke School yesterday. At Piedmont High and Graded schools, 100 pupils were reported out of school due to illness, according to Vernon A. Staggers, principal. The enrollment is 430. Mrs. Margaret Payne and Mrs. Elsie Swecker, both of Keyser, teachers in the Piedmont Graded School, are ill. Central Hi Names Prom Committees LONACONING— The committees for the Junior-Senior prom at Central High School were selected at a recent meeting of the Junior Class. James Foote, president, presided. The decorating committee includes Carol Thompson, Khrista McKenzie, Arlene Bean, Shirley Stafford, Nellie Ann Smith, Eunice Moffatt, Flora Machin, Mildred Ann Hyde, Michael Clark, Gerald Trost, Robert Paris. Carol Foote, Shirley Williamson, William Rowan and Patsy Murphy. The orchestra committee is composed of Robert Paris, Louise Dllfer, Khrista Crable. McKenzie and Helen The auditorium will be decorated in orchid and white, the Senior Class colors. The program committee includes Eunice Moffatt, Mary Lou Dawson, A. B, Dean, scoutmaster; Lynn Mildred Hyde, Carol Thompson and Young, assistant scoutmaster; D. W. [Barbar Beeman, and the entertain- Hershberger, neighborhood commissioner, and Edwin Dean, Edgar ment committee, Louise Dilfer, Helen Crable, Mary Lou Dawson Mickey, Wayne McKenzie, Thomas land Marlene Wilson. Swauger, Reed Layman, Rodney j The class activity committee, McKenzie and Ronald Beachy. Margie Gormer, Marlene Trenum. While there, the local scouts were Shirley Green, Helen Dodds and entertained at the homes of Frost- Mary Spiker, announced that a ta- Club Birthday Dinner Slated LONACONING "Citizenship" PTA Hears Talk By Health Nurse LUKE-"The Health-ol Your arrangements Child" was discussed at a recent I, *'*'.. . ,. * _,„,,, was the topic used by Gorman E. Getty, Jr., in his talk at a meeting Monday night of the Young Women's Club at Central High School. The fifth birthday of the club will be observed with a turkey dinner March 17. at the VFW Home. meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association of Luke School. Miss Margaret Neumann, state public health nurse, was the speaker. A child welfare rainbow skit was presented by Intermediate Girl Scout Troop I. Those participating included Elaine Anta, Phyllis Hopkins, Marian Cave, Hope Hopkins, Dotty Mac Haywood, Ann Wright, Judy Kuykendall and Patty Harvey. • Hugh Wilson reported for the finance committee. Mrs. Edith MC- Combs, president, presided, and Mrs. Portia May spoke relative to the work being accomplished by the Westernport Health Center. Plans were furthered for the public "hobo" dance tomorrow night at Jake's Place. Home From Hospital FROSTBURG — Mrs. Nellie Inskeep, who had been a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, is recuperating at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metz, Laurel Run Road. Her husband, Joseph Metz who had been a patient at the Newton D. Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, W. Va., returned to his position at the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Mill at Luke. Baby Clinic Tomorrow PROSTBURG—A well baby clinic JQ" will be held at the Zihlman Community center tomorrow at 10 a.m. Dr. Martin Rothstein will be in charge, assisted by Mrs. Rosc.Loible for the event were Mrs. John Steiding, Mrs. Eugene Evans and Mrs. Robert Thomas. On April 22, the club will sponsor a card party and style show at the Fireman's Armory. Mrs. Gerald Reeves, president, named Mrs. Jean Getty, Mrs. Howard Van Horn, Mrs. Freda Burns, Mrs. June Holmes and Mrs. John Hohing to make plans for the affair. Club chairmen appointed were Mrs. George Gardner, citizenship committee, and Mrs. Aden Miller, Civil Defense. Thirty members were present. Brief Mention Rev. Robert L. Cassell, pastor of Westernport Methodist • Church, .spoke on "Brotherhood" at a recent meeting of the Lions Club in the Pythian Hall. Mr. and Mrs. James Hotchkiss are in Baltimore attending the funeral of their brother-in-law, Earl H. McKenzie. James Arnold, Mrs. Alvin Gentry and Mrs, Edward Crowe are patients in- Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Charles Kirkwood is reported seriously ill at his home, Allegany Street, Mrs, Elizabeth Humphrey returned from Baltimore where she visited her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyd, Mrs. Charles Gowans and Mrs. John spending the Medium Run Noted At Area Stockyard A medium run and steady price* were noted at recent sales at th» Friend Stockyard, Accident. Horses $4 to S4.70 cwt. Steers—no choice steers available. Medium to good, $32 to $33; fair to medium, $30 to $31.90; common to fair, $27.10 to $29.20. Heifers—commercial to good beef. $29.50 to $32.10; fair to medium, $25 to $28; common to utility, $18.70 to $24.40. Bulls—commercial to good beef bulls, $29.90 to $31.60; common to utility bolognas, $25.40 to «27. Stock cattle by the head—*110 to $225. Cows—commercial to good, $24 to $25.50; utility, $22 to $23.50; low cutters and cutters, $19 to $21.95; can- ne:'s, $15 to $18. Veals—good to choice, $39 to $40; fair to good $34 to $38.95; medium weights, $32 to $36; light weights. $24 to $30.50; common, $13.50 to $23. Hogs—good and choice, 180 to 220 Ibs, $19 to $19.60; good and choice, 275 to 300 Ibs., $17 to $18.50. Sows—$14 to $15.70; shoats, $13 to $17.70; leghorn hens, 19 cents to 20 cents lb.; heavy hens, 22 cents to 23 cents lb. Holiday Parly Held and Miss Kathleen McGraw, county ] By Sorority Chapter weekend in Laurel. health nurses. There is no charge; for the service. Bank Merger Planned SOMERSET. Pa.—W 5 )—Stockhold- KEYSER. W. Va.—Iota Pi Chapter, Tau Phi Lambda Sorority of the Supreme Forest Woodmen Cir__ _ _ cle, held a Valentine party recently ers oru"o~somerset banks"wTli" vote! at the home ° r Mrs> Edwin Kight ' March 17 on a merger plan which| wlth Mtes Kathleen Harrison as has already been approved by the co-hostess. The holiday motif wa-s frcshments. boards of directors. The institutions. both headed by John I. Scull, are the Somerset Trust Co. a.nd the First National Bank. Church Supper Set Moorefield MOOREFIELD, W. Va—Mrs. 'J. V. H. Tomer and Hubert Durley, Elkins, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tucker. Norval Riggleman, William Munt- zing, Donald Smith, Carl Neff and Carlin Ours left for Bainbridg* where they will receive boot training with the Navy. Carl Reel, Baltimore, visited his, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reel. His wife and their daughter, who have been staying with Mrs. Reel's parents. Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Ludwig, Mathias, returned to Balti.nore with him. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dasher and daughter, Elizabeth, Chicago, are visiting relatives here. Pfc. Norman R. Wolfe, Fort Hayes, Ohio, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wolfe. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Richard H. Cook and Mrs. Katherine Tarnowsky, all of Washington, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Allen. I carried out in the favors and re-! Mrs - Lcster Heavner I" a patient I in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Games were played, with prizes being awarded to Evon Ford, Luelta Dantzic and Frances Hartman. A business meeting will be held Monday, March 3, at 8 p. in. at FROSTBURG-The officers and tne home of Mrs- Galcn Kc p han , teachers of the Zion Evangelical and j 98 North Maln strcet Thc Iota pi Reformed Church School will holdj chorus wiu practice Thursday, i a spaghetti supper today from 5 to' February 28 i 7 p.m. in the lecture room of the : ' " | church. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe announce the birth of a son at th» Veach-Townsend Clinic, Petersburg. Jack Rexroad, Frederick, Md., visited his mother, Mrs. Agnes Rexroad. burg scouts. lent show is being arranged. There The local troop attended services j will be Elementary, Junior High and Sunday at Grantsville Reformed! Senior High tryouts for-the event. Church and participated in a re-1 cent basketball tourney. \y omen Qf Moose For Sale: Three piece living rooii suite. Phone 563-R, 319 East Main Street, Frostbure. —Adv.-N-T-Feb. 19-20-21 BURLAP PATTERNS HOOKED RUGS Come in & sec them a Sample Rug, hooked by Mr*. Mobr! Shumaker, fmfcucfor at the Hooked Rug C'osies a* BeaU High School. «$ on display in our show window loday. The Gift Shop 20 Broadway Frostburp Fun for the Whole Family JIGSAW • PUZZLES from CHARLIE HILL'S NEWSTAND 26 W. Main St. FroUburg FROSTBURG—Frostburg Chapter No. 221, Women of the Moose, met a rodent evening with Gladys Warnick, senior regent, presiding. Evelyn Beeman, who was initiated into the chapter, was presented a doll by Eleanor Skidmore, a member of the membership committee. The chapter approved donations to the March of Dimes and the Pony League. Following the meetinc, a Valentine party was held and gifts exchanged. Thc next meeting will be held Thursday, February 28. Game Talk Features '• Rotary Club Meeting GRANTSVILLE—Dale Arner. field technician for the State Game and Inland Fish Commission, spoke on Chur ( ch Class Plans Annual Dinner Event Lodge Plans Supper I Card Parly Planned I WESTERNPORT — St. Peter's; i Catholic Church will hold a public i PIEDMONT, W. Va. - A public: card party Tues day at 8:15 p.m. at spaghetti supper for the benefit of |St , mer . 5 Hal] setback, 500 and Star of Italy Lodge No. 1426 willi bridge wiu be p i ayed . j be held at their home, 17 West' ! | KEYSER, W. ] Fidelis Sunday School vary Evangelical United Brethren Church met Tuesday evening at the church. Mrs. Boyd Burgess was "Wild Life in Maryland" at a recent i the leader, meeting of the Grantsville Rotary i A poem, "If For Youth," was Club in the Arlington Hotel. C. C.I read by Mrs. Frances Kagey and Nathan was program chairman. i Mrs. Burgess led the prayer. The Guests included Robert Lorcnzen, | class will hold its annual dinner Meyersdale, Pa.; B. I. Gander, Oak- i March 14 in the Old Homestead land, and A. B. Dean, scoutmaster, | Hotel, Burlington. A white elephant and the following members Grantsville Boy Scout Troop: Hampshire Street, from 5:30 to 7:30' p.m. Thursday, February 28. i For Sale: 4 room Oil Hcater ' cxcel lent condition, $50.00. 51 Broadway, Frostburg, Phone 761-W. Adv. N-T Feb. 21, 22, 23 Va.—The Semper j ,-,, , , , . ~ hool class of cai- Church Meeting Set PIEDMONT, W. Va. — A gational meeting will be held at, the morning service Sunday at First: Presbyterian Church for the purpose; of considering the budget for 1952- ! 53 and electing additional elders,' deacons and trustees. ! Arthritis & Rheumatism Sufferers . , , try our new T-S CALCIN 1 Tablet* bottl. Money Refunded rf net Satiifiid T. & S, GUT-RATE Frostburg Edgar Mickey, Ronald Beachy, ofi sale was held and each member was required to model the article! which she had bought. Hostesses were Mrs. Clara Day- WN GO PRICES DURING OUR MID-WINTER SALE Starts Today - through Sat,, March 1st — SEE OUR SALES CIRCULAR — LEIWMERT BROS. PAINT and HARDWARE Frostburg 149 E. Main St. Phone 360 HE DELIVER Sioro hours—Oaily-8 a. m. to 5 p. m.—Saturday-8 a. m. tn fi p. m. WE HAVE 1952 FISHING LICENSES ,_Pondrosa Pine_ 1x8 1x10 1x12 Suitable for Shelving and Cabinet Making Neilson Bros. Phone 429 Frostburg Thomas Swauger, Wayne McKenzie, Rodney McKenzie and Edwin Dean. ; ton. Mrs. Catherine Timbrook. Mrs. Mildred Thompson and Mrs. Robert: L. Bridpers. Twenty-one members; and two gue.sts were present. Keyser Man Heads Stale Hardware Bodv CLARKSBURG, W Va. _ m - TV INSTALLATIONS [Clyde W. Gardner of Keyser is the M°>«y and Jim TV Installations j new president of the West Virginia ancl installation repairs. Phone 'Hardware Association He was elect- Frostburg 4 " M or 568 ~ J led to succeed J. C. Mallory of Adv. N-T Feb. 21, 22; Princeton a.s the group concluded its annual three-cay meeting here yesterday. PLYWOOD 1 A 3 /8 l /2 3 /4 S /8 Thickness SHEATHING GRADE 5/8 5/16 Sleeman Bros. Phone 318 Froitburg Waitress wanted. Apply Harris Restaurant. EaM, Main Street, Frost.- bure. Ariv. N-T Feb. 21. 22.23 Friendt: A ipetial tale on horni and string instruments. Drums, botoni, music stands, and. all accordions—Hohner and Italian—120 bass—we give one small accordian as a gift—a 100% guarantee- Please don't be mislead in whatever you buy. We finance and private lessons $H,25. Make a recording. Avon, Cut and Funeral Flowers, We welcome you— FROSTBURG MUSIC STUDIO across from Evening Times 18 Broadway Ernestine V. V/tttig Phon* 64! Jarman & Fortune SHOES Style Park Hats We Give S 4 H Green Stampt J. B, Shannon & Go. FROSTF.URG, MD. IAST DAY ^AJLACE (SUMY MAT. & NITE THURS. - FRI. NITE ONLY LYRIC mmm RICHARD JB DANA •• GARY WIDMARK ANDREWS MERRILL COST NO MORE! Thc only watch that meets all the standards of fine watchmak- ing. Traditior ally your smartest choice. EIVA $57.75 1 7 jewels. Natural or white gold-filled case. CARLTON $60.50 17 jewel*. Natural Rold.filled case. indud* federot fox HOSKEN JEWELRY STORE R. J. KENNEY, Owner Mem St., Froitburg Phen« 473 IORETTA $64.00 i 7 jewels. Natural or whit* gold filled ca«.

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