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FROSTBURG - KE YSER And Tri-State Area News (21) Evening Times, Thursday, February 21,, 1952 Picking Perches Said To Result In Askew Keels Planning Unit Selected For Keyser Event KEYSER,"W. Va.—W. E. Michael, -•member of the faculty of Potomac State Schol and president of the Keyser Klwanls Club was elected temporary chairman of the committee to plan for the presentation ,of a week's celebration in Keyser j this summer, marking the 110th an-i_ niversary of the founding of thej TOe%x^T^ted"totaow what president of the Junior Class, was town. The program will be under •--'-•• - '-- * "~ >£he direction of the John B. Rogers Producing Company, of Fostoria, i MORGANTOWN, W. Va.—A chick; that picks a perch for repose may! be twisting Its keel askew. And that's bad, say the poultry Paw Paw High i , ~ | Selects Annual | Student Queen PAW PAW, W. Va. — Francis JGadigan, a senior student at Paw Paw High School, was selected as Ladies Night Marked By Kitzmillei" Lions ! Car, Three Trucks In Area Accident Trucks owned by two area mcniSlonaker, Winchester, Va., went out; Reports Feature Homemakers Meet KITZMILLER — The Kit2m ) ller iwere Involved in a multiple vehicle!of control when he put on his; ECKHART —The Eckhart Home- Lions Club observed Ladles Night at a meeting Monday at Kitzmiller High School. A turkey dinner was Gore Va. served by the Auxiliary of the local fire company. accident Tuesday on Route 50, near Lonnie Adkins. Keyser. W. Va. brakesaccordin to Scout Troop Has Party KEYSER. W. Va.— Patrol £ of tha Rhododendron Girl Scout Troop _ _ __ held a Valentine party recently at Klncald of the Virginia State Po- Community Center, with Mrs. (Hewitt and Mrs. Ross Prysock. C. E. Gehr, district freight agent for the Western Maryland Railway, was the speaker. He also showed a film, "America's Railroads." W. H. Rayburn, Cumberland, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jones. Oakland, Md., were guests. Group singing featured. was being assisted by Charles H, Thompson, Westernport, in making repairs to his truck when a passing car struck their two parked trucks and sideswiped another. Damage to the two, parked trucks was estimated at $25 each. The car, driven by Marvin C. lice, who investigated. Slonaker's \rtfe, Mrs. Evie May Slonaker, a passenger in the car, was treated for brush burns at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Myrtle Porter presiding. There were 29 members present. Mrs. Delores Fatkin presented a report on citizenship and Mrs. Ora Myers, on home furnishings. The [latter displayed wall plaques made Skeletons found in northern j from plates and ribbon and a yarn Alaska prove that musk oxen rang- lamp shade which she had made. ed there less than 150 years ago. Hostesses were Mrs. Stella Bruner, Games were played, following which refreshments made by the girls were served. Mrs. Molly Dudley, Mrs. Lillian Crowe and Mrs. Grace Quirm. The mariners' compass wa sin* troduced in the Fourteenth century. a. of the in the to trad keeu Charles dowser, principal, crown.... .. ....... .,._ —have a lower market value. jed the queen and Joanne Gordon, .Ohio. causes deformed keels, and after three years of experiments concluded that they came from the strain ;of balancing on a perch. Chickens Committeemen appointed for pre- j that didn . t have perc hes to brood Mromary work with Michael include | on nad stra ighter keels. Richard Romig. Chester J. Cotnpton.j Apparently the last word has not •s tJ!vtr *t? T>» /"1V.. .._.«. to. •*rl-~ Til--—. ni_:_. . . _ ... E curchl Miss sm P " Per. Carl Peters and John W. Geoghegan. mistress of ceremonies. Joann Herrell, Junior Class representative, was named maid of honor. Miss Cadigan was escorted by Roland Hook and members of her court included: Miss Herrell and Jennings Hog- been said oil the subject. The ex-j bin, nth Grade; Patricia Cadigan perts at the State Agricultural De-| a nd Prank Snyder. 10th Grade; partment scoff at the experiments Carolyn Johnson and James Host, The meeting yesterday in the citylby the boys at the experiment sta-|Ninth Grade; Helena Gordon and , clerk's office, was the third that jhas been held in the past few days for the purpose of hearing an out- ,J|ne of the' pageant and other acti- „ Cities that are included in the program for the seven days. j -- W. D. Lafferty, representative of - the producing company, announced that his company will prepare a : program of activities of a diversified nature, with a different feature at.. traction each day. The celebration - will also mark the 100th anniversary • at the first train's passage through Keyser by the Baltimore & Ohio Company. : v Latterly suggested that the vari- , ous church women's organizations : -'could assist materially Jn providing meals for those who will be expected * to attend, due to the fact there are •few eating places in Keyser, and , -none that might be able'to serve meals for all that can be expected , to attend the week's activities. • Special hat: for men and a special type of bonnet for women may be •one of the features for citizens who '"will have an opportunity to dress for »the occasion. In addition there will ; . be a display of "old-time" costumes • >• and heirlooms. lf The temporary committee will 'Wet soon to further familiarize •themselves with the work and will later make .contacts with others who will be asked to serve in various .positions. When the matter is fully prepared, a date for holding the .celebration will be selected. Pattersons Creek FT A Plans Supper PATTERSONS CREEK, W. Va.— " The Parent-Teacher Association of J Pattersons Creek School will sponsor a ham and spaghetti supper at .(lie school, from 5 to 8 p. m. Satur- r| 'day, March 15. Brief Mention tion, saying deformed keels are]Ronald Miller, Eighth Grade, and simply the result of heredity orjjanet Jamison and Ronald Carr, dietary deficiency. Oldest Woman Feted At Party FORT ASHBY. W. Va. — This community's oldest woman resident, Mrs. Margaret Adams, was recently honored with a surprise party on the occasion of her 86th birthday. Over 100 persons attended the event. A life-long resident of Fort Ashby, Mrs. Adams has nine children, 55 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren. Affectionately known as either "Grandma" or "Aunt Maggie," she was presented a corsage of gardenias and a crown trimmed with red carnations. Group singing featured. Among those attending were Ross Allen, 87; Gilbert Umstot, 89; Robert John Johnson,. 80, and her brother, Beatty Dowden, 81. Rotary Club Hears Talk By Preacher FROSTBURG—Rev. Hartland-H. Helmick, Philadelphia, -who Is conducting a preaching mission here, was the speaker at a recent meeting of the Frostburg Rotary Club. J. Stanley Espy was program chairman. Seventh Grade. The coronation procession was led by Geraldine Kidwell, last year's queen. Others participating were Mona Lee Hogbin and Laura Moreland, cupids; Sherry VanHorn ana Sharon Grouse, flower girls, and Nancy Ellen Slough and ' Robert McCool, crown bearers. Music for the event was by Buddy Patterson and his orchestra. Committees Named For Dinner Event KEYSER, W. Va. — Mrs. Bane's Sunday School class of Grace Methodist Church met recently at the home of Mrs. Orgie Hardy, South Main Street. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Paul Brake, Mrs. Trix Bright and Mrs. Ross Prysock. Mrs. Justin Arnold had charge of the devotions. Mrs. Walter Kight, -who presided at the business session, appointed the following committee to serve the next Lions Club dinner: Kitchen: Mrs. Thomas Ward, Mrs. Parker Black, Mrs. Rebecca Homan, Mrs. Albert Pope, Mrs. Lester Oates, Mrs. Justin Arnold, Mrs. Lloyd Myers and Miss Sallie Houser; dining room: Mrs. Walter Kight, Mrs. Carl Peters, Mrs. Ray Bright, Mrs. Joseph Woodard, Mrs. Erv.'n Bane and Mrs. Ross Prysock. Mrs. Arthur Wilmoth, Mrs. Gra- Harry Ort, chairman of the club's | ham Pifer and Mrs. D. R. Thayer Mrs. Edward Lyons was the lead- William Ya'tes. Boy Scout fund drive, asked for reports from the six team captains of the club and they listed donations of approximately $500. Ort presented cakes to the member of each team making the largest collection. . The team with the highest amount collected was composed of Arthur Rowe, chairman, John Dunkle, John Dunklc, Jr., Maurice Matteson and , er of the mid-week prayer service and Bible study. Visiting Rotarians included Dr. Thomas Bess. Keyser. W. Va.. past Mr. and Mrs. Blaine McCullough ! district presidenti and Gilbert Miller, . and daughter. La Vaughn, are visit- : Cumberland . ing Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roberts, Key! ' _ is visiting hi r y T ° uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Chcs- : Two Benefit Sales ter Jenkins, Fort Ashby. I Rev. Charles W. Ambrose, a for-; BARTON— Barton Unit 189, Amer- mer local pastor, recently visited A. j lean Legion Auxiliary, will hold a L. Fisher. j bake sale Saturday at the Post .' . Rev. Lance Knowles, also a for- : Home, beginning at 2 p. m. Pies, rner local pastor, visited H. P. Logs- ! cakes, rolls, potato salad and baked , don. . Jeanle and Linda Lyon's and Ray Newcomer are ill at their respective «homes. Mr. and Mrs. James Wetzcl, Char- lottesvtlle, Va., are visiting his par- ! ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark WeUel. Mrs. Betty Clark and Mrs. Myrtle Camp, Apollo, Pa., visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rcadd and Mrs. W. A. Kern. Brief Mention 1 PATTERSONS CREEK. W. Va.—j . Two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer | Davis were recently Riven promo- 1 tlons in the armed forces. Calvin ] Davis was appointed instructor at; the Norfolk, Va., Navy base, and ' jYtwarr) Davis was promoted to ssr- i ; Eeant. He is stationed with the | Army at Dachau. Germany. ' • -A Valentine party was held recently at Pattersons Creek School. A film was shown and refreshments served. Maynard Davts, who Is stationed wlth-the Army in Dauchau, was recently promoted to sergeant. He is the son of Mrs. Felix Baldwin. Mrs. Melvin Lease was in charge nf a recent cottage prayer service here. Mrs. Martha Hershberger is reported ill at her home. ' Mi&s Regina Lease, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lease, is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Edward Lyons is attending a rail- ; road retirement school in Chicago. Reported ill at their home arc Serena and Shirley Miner, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Miner ' Recent, guests of Mr. and Mrs.' • John Lcchlitcr were Mr. and Mrs. ( ' Henry Lossdon. Grafton; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wolford and son, Roinney ; nnd Mrs. William Logsdon, Cnra- ; berland. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Readd visited his mother, a patient in Grafton Hospital. beans will be available. Members who wish to donate to the sale may leave their articles at the Post Home. The unit will also sponsor a soup sale Saturday, February 28. at the Post Home. Proceeds from both sales will go towards the purchase of a public address system. were reported ill. A fellowship hour followed. Brief Mention A general meeting of the WSCS of Grace Methodist Church will be held tonight at the church. Mrs. A. V. Gallion will preside in the absence of the president, Mrs. Claude Martin, who 1" out of town. The February division will be in charge of devotions and refreshments. Girl Scout patrol leaders will meet at the home of Mrs. Ross Prysock at 7 p. m. Tuesday. Frances Evans, vice president, will be in charge of the meeting. SPECIAL Freeman Oxfords Sizes 6j; to 19 Values to BOB HOHING MEN'S WEAR 53 E. Main Street Frostburj Now'i tin Tim* to Buy WALLPAPER LT $2.00 Kitchen, Bed Room, living Room Keyser Wallpaper Shop PHONE 3561 MAIN STREET KEYSER. W. VA. A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND IS HER NYLON BLOUSE Indispensable because it's always ready-to-wear. Intriguing pebble nylon needs no ironing. A MUST in anyone's wardrobe! Colors: White, Mauve, Aqua Sizes 32-38 Price . . . $5.98 OF FROSTBURG A sale of Spring merchandise that tvas purchased at advantageous times so that use could give you great savings. The manufacturers were asked for special price concessions, and their co-operation is reflected in the great values we are offering. The sale starts at 9 A. M. Friday, February 22nd. SPRING SUITS WITH THAT CUSTOM MADE LOOK Beautiful rayon gabardines in pastels and novelty trim effects. They have that chic look you'd expect to find in higher priced suits. USUALLY WOULD SELL FOR $19.95. LUCKY PURCHASE SALE PRICE $ 16 88 YES! ITS GOING TO BE TOPPERS for Spring! 100% WOOLS FLEECES RAYON GABARDINES A wide choice of new spring colors, and styles that represent the real shorties or the finger tip lengths. The new type sleeves, pocket trims, and lapel treatments are something unusually new. ' YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY AS MUCH AS $19.95 FOR THEM. LUCKY PURCHASE PRICE IS .,, $ 14 95 TERRIFIC PURCHASE OF BRAND NEW DRESSES Beautiful Cynara Crepe in plain shades and check patterns. The styles are copies of much higher priced dresses. Tailoring is of the best You'll, want several when you see them. THEY'RE USUALLY SOLD FOk $8.95 LUCKY PURCHASE PRICE IS ... $, 6 LUCKY PURCHASES .18 $1.55 Women's Knit 01 1A RAYON SLIPS ylil9 $1.28 Women'i Fine Q7- COTTON SUPS vlC $1.98 Girls' Blue Qf JQ DENIM DUNGAREES vl-*W $2.29 Women's Blue C1 7Q DENIM DUNGAREES ¥ • * • v $2.98 Women's 80 Sq. $-1 HOUSE DRESSES .. •• $5.95 Junior Co-Ed COTTON DRESSES $2.98 Infants DIAPER BAGS . .. $15.95 18 Inch O'NITE CASES . $16.95 Box TRAIN CASES . $16.95 21 Inch O'NITE CASES . $22.50 21 Inch HANGER CASES $4.19 $2.19 $10.99 $11.99 $11.99 $14.99 <M IjM- $2.8.9 Men's Blu. DENIM DUNGAREES $1.39 Child's Blue DENIM DUNGAREES $2.29 Men's White Broadcloth SHIRTS $4.98 Women's Spring $Q.88 PUMPS & SANDALS . « $1.00 Women's NYLON BRASSIERES $9.95 9x12 FELT BASE RUGS . $5.95 Latex Koolfoam PILLOWS $2.98 Husky DENIM DUNGAREES $1.98 Boys' Blue Q<f DENIM DUNGAREES ¥ • - 77c $5.99 $4.99 I $2.29 "A L L" Detergent for Washers 23c 50 -54,99 VERY NEW! VERY SPRING! All the Loveliness of the New Season Designed Into These HATS TO FLATTER YOU! They're Real $2.88 Values LUCKY PURCHASE PRICE IS ... $1.88 1 Small Electrical Appliances Only one or two of a kind, 10 comi early to ' avoid diioppointmtnt. All or» in ptrfict condition and fully guaranteed. $9.95 Sperti ELECTRIC IRONS . $34.95 K-M ELECTRIC MIXER . $3.29 Hand FRUIT JUICER $3.95 Hot Plate ELECTRIC STOVES $41.95 Universal Electric BLANKETS $5.95 Arvin Electric ROOM HEATER . . . 95c IRON PLUGS AND CORDS . $5.99 $22.99 $1.69 $1.99 $28.99 $2.99 54c $14.95 Electric WAFFLE BAKER , $19.95 Electric CORDLESS IRONS $12.95 Capitol Automatic TOASTERS $9.95 Combination Hot Plate and Toaster $8.95 Detecto BATH SCALES $5.95 Cory 8 Cup COFFEE MAKERS ... $6.95 Cory 12 Cup COFFEE MAKERS ... $9.99 $10.99 $9.99 $4.99 $4.99 $4.49 $5.49 LOOK! NYLONS! 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