Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 5, 1957 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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FRO$TBIJItG-KEY$Elt c "is Capture And Tri-Stule Area JV<>tr* Top Honors At School Event (10) Evening Times, Wednesday, June 5, 1957 Shear Again Named Mayor Voters Favor DST, Effective Sunday HOMNEY-David Shear, clothing store operator here, was reelected to his fourth term as mayor of this community during the annual election yesterday when a record number of voters also decided on adopting Daylight Savings Time. Mayor Shear received 471 voles. Howard L. Welker who opposed Shear, received 97 votes. J. George Freeland who received 329 votes, John J. Bruce with 318 votes, and Guy W. Mannas, 244 votes, were elected to the town council. Holdover councilmen are Al bert Corbin, James Cookman and Lewis Pugh, who have another year to serve. Other local residents who were seeking the office of council JTF eluded: Mrs. Amy Judy, incumbent, 202 votes; Arno W. Shingleton, incumbent, 200; C. Jason Combs, 181, and Robert C. Slroth er, 196 .votes. In the vole for Daylight Savings Time, 279 eligible voters cast their ballot for it svhile 240 voted against it. Fast time will btcome effective on Sunday midnight, according to D. ward Nogle, recorder, who ving his fifth term. A record vote of 58t was cast. Clerks were Mrs. C. O. Kackeley and Mrs. Ben Daugherty, Mrs. E. F. Staub Sr., J. I inig and Waller Minear were commissioners. fay at • y-wi -• I £ Demos Find Oldtown High Comfort In Graduates 14 Voting ~ Ten To Graduate In Ceremonies At Piney Plains PINEY PLAINS - Ten sixlh grade students at Piney Plains School will graduate in ceremonies at the school today at 8 p. m., according to Harold L. aiMjuai ^untiiicaiteijieju ai ^ CHARLESTON, W. Va. M - town -High School, at which u Democrats found some comfort boys and girls received their di n Tuesday's municipal elections plorhas. n West Virginia, and observers noted a more pronounced participation by women in local affairs, received the athletic award as Democrats gained control of the city council in Morgantown for the first time in 25 years. Advocates of local government reform swept to victory in Clarks- DUr 8- . ., Scott, principal. The 'graduating class ivhich will attend Flinlstone High School next year-includes-Constance Bennett, Geneva Price, Viola Trail, Patricia Stokes, Bernadine Spielman, Rodger Spielman, Eugene Creek, Ernest Norris, David Golden, and Allan Fletcher. . Miss Esther M. Carder, pupil personnel worker, from the Board of Education will deliver the address to graduates and parents. Miss Mildred E. Willisoh, supervisor of elementary education, will present report cards and awards to the graduates. Patricia Stokes will deliver the salutatory speech for \he class. The class hymn and flutophone selections by members of the third and fourth grades will follow. A short program of poetry will follow. Eugene Creek will deliver the valedictory, speech, this Miss C Miss Williso cards. The ing prayer the graduates to conclude program. Miss Anita Dickens, music resource teacher, is assisting wil the music. A school picnic in the school ': is being planned for Friday freshments Area Man Posts Bond For Grand Jury Action ROMNEY-A 27-year-old Capon Bridge man has been released under $1,000 bond for action of the grand jury following Hawkins reelected. a preliminary- hearing yesterday R° ' " before Justice of the Peace W. man L. Russell on a grand larceny charge. Released after posting bond ls rcelcc ted. was Theodore (Teddy) Whifacr, who was arrested Monday by Sgt. W. F. Bowley of the local --- with taking $80 in cash and a watch from Gary Shanholti Augusta sometime over weekend. R. L. Murray Takes Council Contest the Ml, Savage Junior Order VTTVCCTJ D- i .1 r> •» i Uniled American Mechanics; the KEYSER - Richard E. Romlg, S 10 Latin prize given by SI Kcyser druggist, was elected ma- George's Episcopal Church' the lZt y ,nhn r p ay p dt; / ea ^ g "TV" mathematics award o he bent John C. * reeland by almost Alumni Association and the Read Th - n • , "' s Digest P fize for The new mayor, who is a for- cxceUende mer president of the Mineral Mb* Lashley won the $10 PTA County Board of Education, led prize for senior English achieve in all three precincts in defeating ment. the K science award o Mayor Freeland, who held that of- Wildey Hebckah Lodge No 4 fice for many terms. fndependent Order of Odd Fel Raymond L. Murray, former lows; the $5 award given by th( councilman, was elected to the school's journalism departmen council with a vole of 1184 to and the $5 music award offeree 522 votes for Evers T. Kcssel. by the Band Parents and Boost Holdover councilmen are Paul crs Club. Peters and Lester Gates. Citizenship awards'offered by , ., In Precinct One. South Side, Old Rail Poist 6023, Veterans o turned to this country with the new mayor received 460 votes Foreign Wars, and its Auxiliary o Fighlcr Squadron 174 aboard to 229 for Freeland; Precinct 5 10 «ach went to William Prat the carrier USS Bennington. Two—City Hall, he received 391 afl d Jane Rizer. -fhe car«E£jiad-b«en attached— tp_J^!and^s_244_and_in_Pre E 'ght other awards were pre wilh (tie Seventh Fleet and cinct Three, West End, he receivT 5CTlte ^fty~PTTrre!iTsat--Atn r ed H ed 257 to Freeland's 130. Benna to the following: In the vote for councilmen the Martha Ann Lewis, $10..hom RETURNS TO STATES —Lt. Guy G. Woolen, husband of the former Miss Mary Ryan of Westernport, recently re- served in the western Pacific during which it visited Hawaii, Japan. Okinawa, Hong Kong, Australia and the Philippine islands. The squadron's home base is at Cecil Naval Air Base, Jacksonville Fla. 136. OLDTOWN - Seven graduates ei, —„„„ uy llle rl ihared the awards at the 32nd Bank of Mt Savage- annual commencement at Old " ' Lester Ray Miller, class valedictorian', won five awards. He Ihe best boy athlete; the citizenship award by student body vote; he mathmatics award for highesi mathematics average over four years; the Reader's Digest award Democrats in Ihe County town of Dunbar won Ihe ' --.--- ------ - - .— . o vu,. u,,u,u --•- --- — ..... biu^u fyl CJtlUll as valedictorian, and a scholar- S'ven by Lawrence Stowell. Kanawha sn jP. award f<> r having the highest scholastic rank over four years mayor's office for the first time of sludv n 18 years. Jean Pamela Shrout won In a battle of the sexes at the " le c "' zcn ship and attendance Putnam-Counly town of Buffalo, vomen made a poor showing. They did much belter in the Wetzel County town of Lillleton, yhere women captured four of the ive seals on the City Council Mayor 0. L. Hauglit was unopposed for council, as was Grace Jackson, for city recorder. The men, headed by Mayor Vernon D. Pigg, SW epl the Buffalo men versus women. - issue ' . Tuesday's balloting switched control oi Ihe 14-member Morgantown council from a Republican majority of 3.5 ( 0 a Democratic margin of 8-6. » a population ol 32,000, W as the largest of more than ISO incorporated communities balloting. . Tll<; c| orksburg Non-Partisan g Assn., which successfully spon ing prayer will be presented by Four of the seven members of council 'were elected for '" ' all counci reelected. Masontown _ Mayor Charles sociate pastor of Trinity is being „ ,-; J - Ma >' or c - E - returned to Harsh Church at Lost Delected. Riverj for his sficond year . . • -• —- •"-"• R fiv - Edwin Smilh. pastor o Stale pfiiL u Vir&oia Undergoes Surcerv lhe Bloomin Sl°n Church for five State Police. He was charged s ^"rfetrj years has been assigned to Horn- Alh«L f VAGE T Mr - and Mrs ' Albert Brown, former residents will celebrate their fiftieth wed- oing anniversary Sunday with epen house for relatives and e friends at their home, 255 East mass Mam Street Somerset, Pa. ^v..ij c«io «je:t:ii tiAsignea to Horn- WESTERNPORT-GeorgeRob- ? r cha P el - "ear Morgantown. He . Ison, Wood Street, underwent u lng suc <=eeded at Blooming- the minor surgery in Memorial Hos- '"^ b , y Rev - Charles Eaton Jr., Ipital, Cumberland. , wno ' or «icrly sen'ed on the Parkersburg Circuit. Rev. O. C. Mitchell, former pastor of Trinity Church here was returned to Rainelle at Lewisburg, W. Va. Rev. Tally Hanna, .„.,„„,> „, neslernport. was relumed to Ad- The commencement exercises h^th^r H Clarksbur S f " t cf n_*-:-,_,_ « .. . _ . iis SIMM year. He was 1 O Holf r or 50th Wedding Event f~> visiit, of St. Patrick's Parochial School will be heir! in the church Sund following the The whom are living, namely, Mrs Mary Dickel, Mt. Savage; Mrs Grace Hoslettler, K e n n e t i Square, Pa.; Mrs. Leona Blough Jerome. Pa.; Mrs. Thelma T 'j ^oro^rset, Pa., and Leonard Brown, San Francisco Brief Mcnllon Miss Martha n^n^t^i ;~ patient in Miners burg. d munion. H v **** al 7:3 St. Court J School. Theresa 557, Roniig Wins Mayor Race MT. SAVAGE — Laura Jean House and Roberta Lashley each received four awards at the fifth annual commencement o: Ml. Savage High School las night. Miss House was presented the $10 scholarship prize offered by iu IILC vuic lui cuuiiciimen me *'*"n.«a JAJMI L.UWIS, *iu .norm voters cast their ballots in this ec °nomics award donated by the manner: Precinct One, Murray, Mt - Savage Homemakers; George 485, Kessel, 202; Precinct Two, Bishiclds, $25 bond for sports Murray, 450, Kessel, 184; Pre- mansn ip. given by the Ml. Sav cinct Three, Murray, 249, Kessel afie Volunteer Fire Company " c Rosemarie Houck, U. S. hislory medal donated by Mt. Savage Woodmen of the World; Robert Crowe, $5 prize for moral courage given by Pride of Ml/ Savage Council No. 20, Daughters of Am- !rica; Liana Cook and Carol for book credit, and Michael Karalevicz, gold wrist walch donated >y Cumberland Kilchens of EI- Icrslte for wood shop excellence. Diplomas were presented to the i2 graduates by Mrs. Stanley Buckley of LaVale, a member of he Allegany County Board of Education. The principal address ftas delivered by Dr. W. B. Wiliamson and the class oration was Everliart Talks At Moorefield a.ward.s. J5he. h a d. p erfect Jittend ance during four years of high school. She was captain of the cheerleaders, member of the Glee Club, Student Council anc yearbook staff. Helen Doris Delawder, who sang a vocal solo last night, won the music award. Janet Marie Platt won the award as lhe gir athlete of the year. Roger Ander son-won the prize as the best all around English student. Barbara Kay Haugh was the winner of the home economics prize, Philip Marcellus Carder received the DaKalb agricultural award on leadership. • Ray Miller, the class l prcsident gave the class oration or "Knighthood of Youth." City Au her of the County Board of Edu cation. J. Hubert Radcliffe council 'were elected for four ° ' J ' iiuDe " Hadcliffe years, and three for two years P rlnci P a '. presented the awards This was to establish a staggered Rev " - Irvin G - Ailen Save the ^in system of plprJmn <*» —. .-i vocation and benedirtinn Church KC Election Today PIEDMONT-Piedmont Coun-c Here are other 'result's, "giving For Third Year only the winner for mayor unless •- ' otherwise noted: PIEDMONT-Rev. and Mrs. L will elect officers at a _.-i „_„„_ . --«.u 10 i-uuii- •••"" "=vc IUIULJH.-U jjuni uuck- todav at « n m cil vacancies. hannon where they attended th< " JMngB-oorl-JIayor Jack Crogan annual Conference of the Melh odist Church. Rev. Mr. Crowson was return ed as pastor of Trinity Methodist "• "-" K"^>*W1 Ul AlllllLy IMt >«rg _ Richard B. Welt- Church for his third year Terra Alia - Cecil Root lows^ apP ° intmenls are » fo1 .^""I'f^ - Mayor Perc y I-«v- Rev. B. F . Wright, former as- an elder at the conference'. , Daughters of America, will hold Rev. Raymond L. Moore, for- or of Trinity was return- eally Heights at Clarks- Now, of this special '" n«f « r h , is s , c f ond year ' His son P fice . V°u con afford Hev. R. L. Moore Jr. was -• • Jisterville for his 5>ofr, wooly texture, room Rev. H. S. Myerly, former pas- ' n ° variety of colors rL°L US ^™ er St ' J^n's that will blend beau- Catholic Hall. in Mr. and Mrs. Ronald House.,, ,? nd son "-'turned to Rock- lomas Reed. -—",^» 01. «juiii| s Church and former supcrinten- ,r,,n,, .u *nl of the orphanage, at Bur"- ~ y T , y ° Ur mgton, W. Va., was returned to ot ner furnishings. the First Church at Harbours- D °n't rniss this \von- villc, for his seventh year. • - • -.«^..,^,, M 4 "'K& and daughters, Janice Kaye and Pollyann, returned to Cincinnati after visiting Mr. and Mrs. De- • •* •<».» parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. William Becker, visited Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Duckworth, Baltimore, visited Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Campbell. bine. ->^">>if(ii jt " 01 ' 181 "- derful offer mode possible by to Beverly ™,7cn;rohaTH Un n e r. LeeS V • ^^ mgton, for his third year. carpets! Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hughes returned to Baltimore after visiting Mrs. Mary Morgan, Initiation Today WESTERNPORT - Philos odge 91, 100F, will initiate four candidates of Barton Lodge 94 today at 7:30 p.m. al the Odd Fellows Hall here. Philos Lodge will ilso elect a noble grand and a vice grand at the meeting. winning out over Lowell Alt by a 345 to 305 count. Alt is a newcomer to the political scene. " *i. i Election officials said a total School of 658 ballots were cast which is .the highest in the past 15 rears. Six years ago there were 611 votes cast. One of the changes resulling rom the vote was the defeat of MOOREFfELD - Frank Ever- lart, Kingwood attorney, will be the speaker at the Moorefield Methodist Church Loyally dinner tonight. The church's -program for the conference 'year will be presented,. according to R. H. Saville, chairman of the Every- Member Canvass. Everhart, a former prosecuting . o e West Virginia .University Law . . • —*•" «*t n fc in f^jiiLtu yt niv I pat i civic affairs and serves as faculty as follows: Moorefielrf Dislrict associate lay the fel.owship leader. dinner M. 0. fin, • commmel , d Mr ' William • commissi(m on primary; rhn P-r P r , n< n ' dudes Felix Poling. John Chap™~~ rt S* i wuoy- fill ^MJIUIUU 01 me C Haws d herma ?- s - P- between the ages of thr Women's Society of Christian members' Service, Mrs. R. Calhoun, presi- given a church. COMMUNITY LEADERS-The new Piedmont Town Council is shown prior to its first official meeting to transact municipal business From left to right, are Kingslcy Skidmorq, James L Bisselt, Mayor Rodney Baker, 'Elmer J ' Shaver, Joseph Maybury and W. Garland Cheshire. Skidmore and Cheshire are holdover councilmen, while Bissett, Shaver and Maybury are new members of the Council. The unit met for the first lime Monday. Petersburg Mayor Winner Towing Firm ln£lose&mtcst$DST Loses Enters Suit i • _. PT^TFt?QnfiT7r! T-. «„_ _* *..„ — - Hyndmaii -Bible j i-cii o iji\; tiUtllUU J'L'SlfcJrCtiy *^ found Mayor David H. Trenton ScllOol Planned 1*1 uie Bi'iiuiji win open June 10 at «>""itns ...v umun IQ 9 a. m. in the Hyndman Grade " ' crmed an "legal strike Teachers will be Mrs. Calhe rine Logsdon, intermediate de partment; Mrs. Laura Allen, jun ior girls; Rev. C. JS'. Ream, junior boys; Miss Jean Evans, primary pupils and Miss Donn* -"" ~. iim, j liuima dllll Mrs. Edith McCauley, incumbent Logsdon beginners recorder, by Mrs. Jane Mitchell. The new recorder is the widow of *. F. 1 Mitchell, former prosecut- ng attorney. She polled.480 votes o 158 by Mrs. McCauley. The referendum on Daylight Savings Time resulted in the voters rejecting "fast time" and continuing on Standard Time by a vote of 346 against DST and 249 for the proposal. In the voting for councilmen, one incumbent, Keith Wolfe, lost out in his bid for another term. Bruce Hyre takes his seat. Incumbent councilmen who were re-elected are Cecil Shep- >ard, 492~volesy V. R—Mowery. 32; William Lewis, 417;. D. L. jetz, 405; and Hyre, 479. The new councilman operates a gaso- ine service station. Brief Mention A lawn festival will be held Saturday at Evangelical United Brethren Church, starting at ', Eckhart Bible School Planned ECKHART— "Journeying With . ----- , „ ._, JJ , 1 . 1 piuat-cuiijig -i^nn^irvi — journeying witn attorney of Preston county and Jesus" will be the theme of the past state commander of the daily vacation Bible School of American Legion, j s an active Eckhart Baptist Church ivhich churchman. A graduate of the begins June 10 at 9 a . m West *•-—•—Mrs. Elsie Blank, who was'ap- .. . , in pointed principal announced her Rev. Brooks Henry and Mrs HYNDMAN-A daily vacation Bible School will open June 10 a Against UMW BALTIMORE W - The Curtis Bay Towing Company yesterday sued the United Mine Workers District 50 for $650,000 in damages, blaming the union for what >. m. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral of Mrs. Emma Mullin were Mrs. Marion Collins Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brauner anc Mrs. Ray Banquez of Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dicken and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Couter of Cumberland. Named in the suit with the UMW's catch-all union were two union officials and four employes of the towing company. Curtis Bay Towing said in its' :omplaint that it has a collective bargaining agreement with Local, 1510 of the International Long- ihoremens Assn. covering cap- 1 iains. mates and engineers. This agreement does not expire until June 30. it said. • The firm said its contract with the ILA contains a no - slrike clause and sets up a procedure for settling grievances. . Despite this agreement, the towing company said, the UMWunion claimed to be bargaining agent for Curtis Bay Towing's captains, males and engineers and has sought to force the company to recognize it. For Sale Westinghouse Ironer, Slectrolux Refrigerator. Gurney ioleman, 110 Bowery Street, Phone Frostburg 311-J. Adv.—N-T-June 5 rs Mrs. len Eckhart, Garland Lewis . S ' Ceri " g and Mrs ' Rllth Komatz ' beginners Rcllainni) " is and Miss Catherine Watson and °, n an<i in ' Miss Sandy 'Edwards, nursery. A D VERT1SEMEN T Why "Good-Time Charlie" Suffers Uneasy Bladder Unwise eating or drinking m»y be t 'Siolfj- -' """oy'nK tiWder irri. |nd uncoraf ortall e! And* if re»tl<5 nijhtl .lUi nagmn K backache, hcadsche or mus cii]ar aches ond cains duc to O ver-exertiorl stf,,n or emotional unset.: are mldins U your misery-don't unit-try Do»,,' B pj|," I>oan s pills act 3 ways for speedy re L'?'-, '-They have a aoothins effect 01 M.dder irritation,. 2-A fut mf™elie°. inz action on nazKinjc lack.che. headaches, muscular aches and pains. 3—»» . wonderfully mild diuretic acUon thru thl I {V dn «->. Undine lo increase the output o: •"•er GO years. New. larse. econom- ises money. Get Doan'£ Pills today! , . All children of the community and friends will be "demonslration pro- Friday " June 21 - at For Sale: 3 piece living room burg 707 — Apply Adv.—N-T-June 5 Summer is coming up! Plan for it at . Grayson's ing Tackle, Picnfc Jugi, Portable It. Boxei, Movie, Charcool Grilli, Roy-Ban Sunglaii«i, Family Snapshot Cameras, Archery Eqi/ip- . ,-_>._. - Slaves and 35mm Calor -• — many other things (or enjoying the Greot Outdoors al GRAYSON'S Phone 5146 j Piedmont St. X«ys«r, W. Vc. msrvt, lant Slidi CoFem. nt t Sleep C Report Given' By Firm On Dairy Sales BEDFORD—Dairy farmers In the Bedford area received $1,860,000 during 1956 from the Seal- test Sjpplec Division of National Dairy Products Corporation, according to an announcement by- Harry H. Wilson, manager of the company's milk receiving station here. Nearly 300 local farmers who sell their milk to Scaliest shared in the payment, which was part of the company's five slate procurement program. In 1956 the Philadelphia firm bought over 400 million pounds of milk from 2,200 producers in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Milk purchases and costs of other raw materials resulted in an annual expenditure of $24 million. Wilson, in disclosing Ihe fig- urcs, pointed out that the oldest milk company in America has been buying quality milk in Bedford for many years and has played an increasingly important role in the locaj economy. Sealtesl maintains a staff of six employes at the receiving station. Qass Plans Program FROSTBURG - The Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church will observe "Men's Night" in the social room if (lie church tomorrow at g. Husbands and friends of members of the class will be honored vllh a program, followed by re- 'reshments. The committee in charge consists of Mrs. Ethel Hager, chairman, Mrs. Eva Kemp, Mrs. Elvira Nelson, Mrs, Emily Jeffries, Mrs. Viola Wilkinson, and Mrs Ethel Wolfe. COMUJ —a&vau<} Can/uj. 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