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r HO VI III IU. -KEYSER And Tri-State Area News (10) Evening Times, Wednesday, February 27, 1952 Frostburg Churches Mark Opening Of Lenten Season FROSTBURG — The opening of the Lenten season will be observed this evening with services at various local churches. Rev. George L. Wehler, pastor of Salem and Evangelical and Reformed Church, Broadway, will conduct the flrst service of the current season at 7:30. The general theme of the discourse will be "The spirit of Lent," Other mid-week services scheduled follow: March 5, "The Tears in Lent; March 12, "The Lenten Cross in Our Today"; March 19, "Jesus and our Scheme of Things"; March 26, "Lenten Memories"; April 2, "Self- Sacrifice in Lent"; April 9, "Lent and Self-Examination"; April 10, Maundy Thursday, holy communion, "The judgment in the Lord's Supper," Good Friday, April 11, a union service at First Methodist Church frpm noon to 3 p.m. The Sunday morning services during the Lenten season will be under the general theme, "Penitential or Lenten Psalms" and will be on the following schedule: March 2, "The Psakn of Anguish"; March 9, "The Psalm of Gratitude"; March 16, "The Psalm of Penitence,' March 23, "The Psalm of the TJn- finished Life"; March 30, "The Psalm of Faith"; April 6, "The Psalm of Remembrance"; April 13 "The Psalm of Sincerity." -The evening services will be on the general theme, "Questions On or About the Bible," and will be as follows: March 2, "Is the Bible Really Important?"; March 9, "Why Are There Different Bibles?"; March 16, "Why Is the Bible Dangerous?"; March 23, "Does the Bible Contradict Itself?"; March 30, "Are the Bible Miracles, Truth?"; April 6, "Does the Bible give a Livable Code for Life Today?." April 13 will be featured by a Sunday School Easter program. A communion service will be held in the First Congregational Church tonight at 7:30,. with Rev. J. F. Zimmerman, pastor, officiating., The service will mark the beginning of the lenten season. The theme for the remainder of the mid-week services during Lent will be "The Seven Sayings from The Cross." The topic for the Sunday morning services will be "Seven Rules for Living." Rev. Dr. Paul V. Taylor, pastor of Zion. Evangelical and Reformed Church, has announced a series of mid-week services during Lent, starting tonight at 7:30. The theme of the addresses will be "Great Doctrines of the Church." All members of the catechetical classes and others who are preparing for church membership are expected to attend; The Sunday morning services will be part of the Lenten series. " Sunday evening services will be held at the home of shut-ins, at 7:30. The service on March 2, will be at the home of Samuel Bockes, 206 East Main Street. Church Group Has Silver Tea LONACONING—The Primary Department of First Presbyterian Church held a silver tea a. recent evening at the church. Teachers of the Church School portrayed the months of the yeax as "Favorite Frame-ups." Presented were: January, "Roberta Bur-ns", by Mrs. Alex Lashbaugh; February, "Hearts Delight", Mrs. Francis Moore; March, "Irish Colleen," Mrs. James Staup; April, "The Fisherman," Mrs, William Wattenschaidt. May, "Whistler's Mother", Miss Dorothy Wilson; June, "The Anxious Bride", Mrs. Fred Metz; July, "Mrs. Freedom," Mrs. Robert Thomas; August, "Glamor Girl", Mrs. George Gardner. September, "Bashful Mary Jane," Mrs. Richard Moffatt; October, •"Harvest Queen," Mrs. Irene Wilson; November, "Miss Mayflower," Mrs. Willard Brakeall, and December, "Santa's New Helper," Mrs. Elizabeth Woods. Mrs. John Turnbull "was soloist; Mrs. C. H. Goshorn, pianist, and Mrs. Robert Robertson, stagehand. Following the program, Rev, Mr. Goshorn, pastor, showed several films. Tea and cookies were served. Brief Mention There wiU.be a meeting of all persons interested in assisting in the Red Cross drive at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the Red Cross room. Ervin D. Lewis is drive chairman. "Citizenship" will be the theme at a meeting of the Homemakers tomorrow evening in the Red Cross room. David Brown, St. Mary's Terrace, was operated on Monday morning in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Lindley Dye has been ill at her home for the past four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sallada and family, of Pontiac, Mich., visited friends. Miss Shirley Rowan and Louise Cooper returned to Washington after visiting their parents. There were 118 students absent yesterday from classes at Central High School due to sickness. 12 Pledged To State College Sorority Unit , FROSTBURG—Twelve pledges to the Phi Omicron Delta sorority of Frostburg State Teachers college were initiated yesterday in ceremonies in the Music Building. Freshmen were initiated include Helen Benson, Boonsboro; Clover Jean Clopper, Boonsfcibro; Carol Conrad, Cumberland; Barbara Henry, Cumberland; Ann Riggleman, Cumberland; Jane Souders, Frostburg, and Gladys Wensel, Oakland. Sophomores who became members were Sally Beck, Westernport; Neva Geary, Frostburg; Willie Ann Howes, Owings; Dorothy Shertzer, Cumberland, and Mary Virginia Wiebrecht, Frostburg. The initiation ceremony was held by candlelight with Nancy Robertson and Roberta Wilson'in charge. Officers of the sorority are Rebecca Manuel, Straw, vice president; president; Elizabeth Mary E. Patriotic Program Held By Homemakers MIDLAND—A patriotic program was presented at the February meeting of the Midland Homemakers Club in the Red Men's Hall. Participating were Alice Brinegar, 3erte Clark, Anna Jenkins, Ann Stakem, Winnie Llewellyn, Ethel Elliott, Nancy Lease, Helen Manley. Ruth Loar. PaEsy Stakem, Pearl Blair and Pearl Alexander. For Sale: Gas Range. Phone Frostburg 1061 after 6 p. m. Adv.—N-T-Feb. 26-27-28 If It's MONEY Fidelity has the ANSWER SAVE with Safety and Profit. BORROW in Confidence— At Low Bank Rates Make This Your Financial Headquarter FIDELITY BANK "Th« Bank with the Town Clock" M«mb«r F.D.I.C. WSCS To See Film KEYSER, W. Va. —The Women's Society of Christian Service of Grace Methodist Church will hold it-5 final study class of a scries today at 7:30 p.m. at the church. The sound film, "Out of the Dust," will be shown. It is the story of an American engineer who became a missionary to Cuba. The young people of the church will have charge of the devotions. Wanted To Rent 5-6 room modern bungalow, Frostburg or vicinity. N. L. Smith, Frostburg 188-J. Adv.—N-T-Feb. 26-27 DEPEND ON YOUR TAILOR For Quality Workmanship Cleaning — Pressing Alterations THOMAS ELIAS 10 We.f Main Fraslburg Kammauf, secretary; Ruth Rahn, acting treasurer, and Betty Ann Hanna, guard. Dr. Maurice J. Matteson, faculty advisor to the sorority, -was also present. Brief Mention Miss Donna Sacco is a patient in Miners Hospital. Emory Hitchins, Frost Avenue, is a patient'in Miners Hospital. The Braddock Playground association will hold a 500 and canasta party tomorrow at 8 pjn. at the home of Mr. and ' Mrs. George Wellings, Jr., 168 Bowery Street. The Get-Together Club of the Eastern Star will meet Friday evening at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Hilda Kroll and Mrs. Mary Evans will be co-hostesses. G. Franklin Martens, president of the East End Recreation Association, announces the annual meet- Ing will be held Monday, March 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall. All persons interested in continuing and Improving the program for the coming year may attend. Lessons Of Korea To Be Taught In Area Mountains ELKINS, W. Va.—(#>—The lessons of Korea will be utilized here next summer when some 22,500 soldiers of the Second Army hold month-long "mountain maneuvers" in offensive and defensive warfare. The Second Army's units are stationed at posts in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio. Temporary headquarters to plan for the training period will be set up in this mountain city next Saturday. A nucleus of 20 officers and men will do the job, under the command of Col. Frederick H. Harris. In August, selected men from the Second Army will arrive for a two- week indoctrination period. The four-week training period will then begin for the larger forces, to include regimental combat team exercises. Lt. Col. Carl H. Schofield of Fort Meade, disclosed plans for the maneuvers yesterday on a visit here. More than 400,000 troops received similar training in this area during World War II. Woman Feted On 80th Birthday I/ONACONING—Mrs. Sarah Jane Gardner was honored with a party a recent evening on her eightieth birthday by members of her Sunday school class and her family. The party was held in the Sunday school room of First Methodist Church. The refreshment table was decorated with minature hatchets and clusters of cherries, and centered with a large birthday cake. Among the 61 guests were her brother, John Wilson, of Braddock, Pa., and Mrs. Ella Wilson, also of Braddock. "Ma" Gardner, as everyone calls her, is in good health. She attends her Bible class meeting every Sunday morning. Her husband, the late William G. Gardner, died many years ago. She is the mother of two daughters and five sons, Mrs. Robert Matthews, Mrs. Ethel Grove, John, William, Samuel and Ellsworth, all of Lonaconing, and Walter of Frostburg. Mrs. Gertrude Howsare Entertains WSCS Group BEDFORD VALLEY, Pa. — Mrs. Gertrude Howsare entertained the WSCS of Bethel Methodist Church, Bedford Valley, a recent evening at her home with Mrs. Mabel Howsare and Bertha Jane Howsare as assistant hostesses. Participating on the program were Mrs. Pauline Shoemaker and Mrs. Lily Defibaugh. Letters of thanks were read from service men receiving Christmas boxes from the group. WED. - THURS. PALACE MATINEE - NITE ssmft 4 m mi at «wm-te*a * m Kinum-Mcii n '» SOIKIEIH ramnraiiniii ras IAST DAY Bobby Driscoll - Robert Preston - Martha Scott "When I Grow Up" LYRIC NITE ° NIY Double Feature Richard Dix in "The Arizonian" Returns From Visit PIEDMONT. W. Va. —Mrs. William J. Bissctt and daughter, Miss Gladys Bissett, have returned from California after an extended visit with her daughter. Miss Helen Bissett, who has been a patient for the past 21 months in the Permanente hospitals in Oakland and Vallejo, Calif. May Day Fete Election Today KEySER, W. Va.—Election of a queen^ her escort, and the royal court for the May Day celebration to be held Saturday, May 10, was held today at Potomac State School. The candidates for king and quer.i with sponsoring fraternity and sorority follow: Anne Wilson, Phi Kappa Omega fraternity — Kappa Delta Psi sorority. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wilson, Rockville, she is a pre-education major; chaplain of her sorority, secretary-treasurer of the sophomore class and a member of the Woman's Athletic Association. For king—Vern Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Wilson, of Omar. He is a physical education major, member of the football team, the Sports Club, the sponsoring fraternity and manager of intramural basketball. Theta Sigma Chi fraternity—Eta Upsilon Gamma sorority have Nellie McCoy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCoy, Westernport, as candidate for queen. She is majoring in home economics, treasurer of her sorority, member of WAA, orchestra, Pan-Hellenic, Singers, and Sigma Phi Omega honor society. James Hays is escort candidate. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Boggs, Valley Fork; an ex-Air Force sergeant, a member of the Debaters and the honor society. The Phi Sigma Nu fraternity— Sigma Iota sorority queen candidate is Addle Mclaughlin, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John C. B. Mc- Laughlih, Keyser. She is an A. B. major, president of her sorority, a member of Singers, Student Council, Christian Youth Fellowship and Sigma Phi Omega. Robert Hess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Hess, Bridgeport, is the choice for escort. He is a pre-medical major, president of the Sophomore Class and the Sigma Phi Omega honor society and a member of the fraternity and Pan-Hellenic Council. Tivo Daivson Girls Honored At Party DAWSON — Misses Bernice and Beverly Iser were recently honored with a birthday party by their grandmother, Mrs. Estella Phillips, at her home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Iser and children, Betty, Naomi and Lennie, Walter Phillips and son, Mackay, Donna Lee and Harold Metz, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Steele and children, Wayne and Betty, Mrs. Arthur Retallick Mrs. William S. Dalaney. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and son. Robert, Mrs. Wade Sowers and daughter, Rosemary, Mrs. Patrick McDonough and son Richard, James Phillips, Mrs. Madaline Green, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and children, George* Jr., Melanie and Paul, and Donald Green. Candidates Listed For Hardy County Primary Election MOOREFIELD, W. Va. —Persons who have filed for nomination to offices in Hardy county at the primary election May 13 include: A. W. Mathias and Theodore Miller, for sheriff; W. D. McCauley, incumbent, and Lewis Moomau, prosecuting attorney; Lester H. Mathias, incumbent, and Robert L. Baker, county commissioner; James M. Miley, incumbent, and James E. Ansel, House of Delegates; Anton M. Keller, incumbent, assessor. The following have filed for offices in the various districts of the county: Capon District: Maurice Beall and B. F. Deitz, justice of the peace; Ruebertis Miller, constable; Warner D. Orndorff, John" R. Rudy and Florence E. Smith, county executive committee. Lost River District: George S. Mathias and Gladys M. Hawse, county executive committee. Moorefield District: J. Harry Dolan, justice of the peace; Julian B. Chipley, Sr. and Elva M. Barman, county executive committee. South Fork District: B. S. Evans and Anne K. Heishman, County Executive Committee. All of the candidates are members of the Democratic party. No Republicans filed. TJ. A. Hedrick has filed for nomination to the non-partisan Board of Education. Brief Mention The estate of Thella I. Kuykendall was referred to Sheriff C. L. Pratt for administration. John Rohrbaugh, Devaul Shell and Robert Powers were appointed to appraise the property, and the account of the administrator was referred to W. D, McCauley, commissioner. Trenton S. Miller qualified as administrator of the estate of James W. Miller and posted surety bond with Mary V. Miller. Virgil Ely, Jonah Funkhouser and John Miller were appointed to appraise the property, and the account of administrator was referred to H. G. Muntzing, commissioner. Orvan R. Bean qualified as committee for Herbert H. Brill and posted surety bond with Gladys C. Lambert. spThe account of the committee was referred to W. D. McCauley, commissioner. Russell Lee Strawderman and Nola Trixie See were married February 9 at Mathias by Rev. Joseph M. Mason. At a session of the Hardy County Court, the applications of Mary B. Schell and Odell J. Barr for appointment as notaries public for Hardy county were approved. Harry S. Pratt, who was sick for several days with the flu, has recovered. Raymond Sindy, Manning Munt- zing, John Saville, and Thomas Kernan attended the student council meeting at West Virginia University in Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher and son, Relay, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Welton, Sr. G. C. Zirk, Sr., Baltimore,.visited here. The Rev. J. B. Dryfield is in Jacksonville, Fla., preaching for two weeks. Mrs. Dryfield accompanied him. Mrs. J. Machir Inskeep and John M. Inskeep, Unionville, Md., are juests of Mrs. Robert S. Kuykendall, Sr., and Miss Irene McNeill. Postmaster and Mrs. William J. Teets visited in Washington, with! Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doby. Mrs. David Hahn is suffering with a virus infection. Captain and Mrs. C. G. Pendill, Washington, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. James Woodworth Pittsburgh, and their guest, Jesse In Denial Fraternity PIEDMONT, W. Va,—Lawrence D. Fanti. son of Anthony Fanti. 126 Fairview Street, has recently been accepted as a member of the Psi Omega Dental Fraternity at Georf 3- ! town University School of Dentistry. He is a sophomore. WSCS Film PIEDMONT. W. Va. — A film. "The Life Of St. Paul," will be shown at a meeting tomorrow night of the WSCS of Trinity Methodist Church. Mrs. Harry K. Drane will have charge of the devotions. Members are asked to bring donations of used clothing for children. DANCE TONIGHT CENTURY ATHLETIC CLUB Mechanic St. Frostburg They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo' THEHEISHTOF SOMETHING OR OTHER TRIES TO TELL HIM HOW TO RUNl HIS BUSINESS THE LESS HAIR HAVE, MORE PARTICULAR THEV ARE-HS. TO CAMOUFLAGE THAT BALD SPOT' HERE. GIMME WITH A PUSS n\s, IT MATTER HOW HE COMBS IT- ITS STILL ,4 HOMEVDEW MELON" I KNOW THE WAY X LIKE JT-VOU SUVS 6£T IT OVER TOO THE GUYS RISMT- WlNP UP VWT>J A PART LIKE A CLOVERLEAF TURN ROUTE 2<7~ CUSTOMER TAKE OVER THE POMPADOUR PERT"- 7D WH K> CHESTER /4VE, . aa, KINO rEATOKES SVNDICATt. !«„ WOULD SIGHTS RESCHVH) Oldtown Church Group Has Party OLDTOWN—The Oldtown Mount Olive Youth Fellowship held a Valentine party recently at the home of Mrs. Edgar Matthews. Members attending were Reona Appel, Shirley Nixon, Glenda Nixon, Jean Nixon, Jackie Appel, Betty Nixon, Garland Shryock, Maxine Crabtree, Martha Shryock, Evelyn Shryock, JoAnn Crabtree, Waitman Shryock, Jerry Slider, Harry Shryock, Argyle Wilson, Wade Darr, Ronald Nixon, Roy Morral, Estel Hannen and Gary ' Appel. Chaperones were Mrs. Charles Nixon, Mrs. Robert Appel and Mrs. Matthews. Luke Girl Feted AtShoiver Event LUKE—Miss Ethel Dawson was lionored with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Richard Dawson. Attending were Mrs. James Barnhart, Mrs. Joseph Hannon, Mrs. Robert Mullan, Mrs. "Wayne Boal, Mrs. Donald Knott, Mrs. William Hamon, Mrs. Herbert Dawson, Jr., Mrs. Robert Nelson and Mrs. C. N. Dawson. Mrs. Donald Devore, Mrs. Edward Duckworth, Mrs. Thomas Hopwoocl, Mrs. Richard Dawson, Miss Alvera Complisi, Miss Nellie DiGioia and Miss Josephine Frayahassa. Bake Sale Planned ECKHART—The Women's Society of Christian Service of Eckhart Methodist Church will hold a bake sale in the church basement Saturday at noon. Allen, Fairbanks, Alaska, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sions and other relatives here Saturday. Mr. Allen is a native of ItDorefield, but has resided in Alaska for many years. You ore mining tomolhing If you do not buy one or our Gob* ordino or Shorktkin luiti at tho SPECIAL PRICE OF $26.50 Alio «xomint our Botany Trouieri ot $9.95 Also examin* one of our Douglai Parker Halt of $5.00 They are al»o told with our auaranfe« A. Chas. Stewart Hom« of Good Clothet Blood Pledge Efforts Begin FROSTBURG—Pledge cards for blood donors when the mobile blood bank from Johnstown, Pa., visits here March 31 are being distributed by Alfred Drew and William Ma-, lamphy of Farrady Post 24, American Legion. The goal of the American Legion committee, working with other fraternal and civic groups, 5s 130 donors. Drew said 25 pledge cards were secured by the committee Saturday from Legionnaires ranging in age from 18 to 60. ,, He stated that a similar campaign of pledge card distribution was being conducted by Frostburg Lodge 470, B.P.O. Elks. The entire main floor of the American Legion building will be set aside March 31 from 8 a. m. until 6 p. m. for the Red Cross nurses and for dpnors making the contributions. ' Drew stated that his committee is receiving the cooperation of Mrs. Kathleen Todd, local representatives of the Red Cross. School Presented Gift KEYSER. W. Va.—Carl E, Gustkey, class of 1925 of Potomac State School and president of the Imperial Glass Company, Bellaire. Ohio, recently presented the home economics department of the school with a set of glass in the Imperial Candlewick pattern. Gustkey was president of the alumni association in 1938. Scout Board To Meet WESTERNPORT —The monthly meeting of the Board of Review of the Boy Scouts of the Tri-Towns District will be held tonight at 7 o'clock at the Odd Fellows Hall. TEAM LOTS ONLY Basketball Uniform! Award Jackets Chanilla Lettirs and Emblems Write or Vijil Our Shop for Prkoi GRAYSON'S SPORTING GOODS PHOTO SUPPLIES 2 PIEDMONT STREET, BOX 711 KEYSER, W. VA. Rockets Discussed At Rotary Meeting FROSTBURG—Richard Winer of the Allegany Ballistics Laboratory spoke to the Frostburg Rotary Club last night on rocketry. He explained some of the problems encountered in developing guided missies. John Dunkle Jr. had charge or the program and introduced the speaker. James Elting, who heads the "CARE" package project of tli» club, announced that a letter had been received from Mrs. Ursula Hansen, British Zone, Germany, thanking the club. She announced that she was the daughter of a former Rotarian and has four child- ' ren, ages 8 to 13 years. The club sends on the average of one package a month to some needy family in Europe. Flowers By Wire We Specialize in Funeral Designs The Leading Florist 22 N. Mineral St. Keyier Phone 6726 Hire 8046 FROSTBURG ELECTRIC Motor Winding Radio and Refrigeration PROMPT SERVICE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Authorized GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER 9 E. Main St. Phone 86 Baby Deserves the best . . . PLAYTEX , and JOHNSON Baby Products PARISE' Frostburg Spaghetti Supper PIEDMONT, W. Va—A public spaghetti supper for the benefit or Star of Italy Lodge 1426 will be held at the lodge home tomorrow from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. Film - Books Magazines Puzzles Games CHARLIE HILL'S NEWSTAND 26 W. Main St. Froitburg IN Fresh |ft Flowers 7 from the Greenhouse Harvey's Greenhouse Phon. 266 294 L Main SI. — Freirbarg OAK HARDWOOD FLOORING 2V 4 " Face $TO.OO Per 100 Sq. Feet I'/a" Face 9.00 Per 100 Sq. Feet Tongue & Grooved - End Matched Kiln Dried 5% Delivery Charge Out of City Limits FRANK LEWIS & SON 8 Taylor tfr««» Frostburg Phon* 322 Phone 65 AFER'S FURNITURE STORE Frostburg

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