Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 6, 1957 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker Allegany High Holds Graduation Exercises Diplomas were presented to tary and Frances Harvey, treas- J07 graduates last niglil at (lie mer. Miss Virginia Jenkins anc Allegany High School commence nient exercises in Hie scliool ail' dilorium. R. ICugene Shaw were class act- Joseph M. Miller, a memta-jI?,. 1 j |1 fvT|i of the Allegany County Board of| llullll j^J-ll Sale Reversed Education, presented Ihe di-j, plomas. Principal speaker for the program was Dr. Millard G. Roberts, president ot Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa. The Court of Appeals has versed a lower courl judgment! Following a prelude by the or-jordering a chain grocery store chestra, invocation was by Hev.jto pay $5,000 to a family which W. Randolph Keefe, pastor ofjbecamc sick after eating lettuce Grace Baptist Church. "Tomorrow's Citizens," the class ora tion, was delivered by Robert Faye. Dr. W. Ardell Haines, school principal, announced the awards, purchased at the store. The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. obtained Ihe reversal of a Garrett County Circuit Court judgment which ordered it to pay the money to the Steven Adams Workshop For Blind Branch Planned Here Tlie Maryland Workshop for )jo Blind will establish a hr.inclr workshop in Western Maryland this year, according to Stal.e Kei7- atcr Charles M. See. Senator See said lie presumes the workshop to establish branches throughout (lie slate, and the Cumberland lira nth be the first results of Die 1935 statute. Sen. See is a trustee of the workshop, winch if. conducted b> the state for the training and em ployment of adult blind citizens of Maryland. the branch will be located Cumberland, the largrM city Western Maryland. He added thai William S. Rulchford, superintendent of llieiTriH'k ISusiiit'.-.s workshop, is scheduled to come »» . . .. lo Cuniberliiml soon (o Iiegin;" oonllll 8 '» Havana for suitable quartern for including those given to five sen- fa , njly J ( Consolidation, near iors who received two each. .Miss Barbara Mann received a key furnished by the Liberty Trust Company as the Welcome Home Award and also the Daugb tcrs of American Revolution certificate and medal for citizenship. "The Second National Bank turn islied the key to Robert Paye for the Welcome Home receiving Award. The Camper Club $50 saving bond for (he liighcs( scholastic honors went to l.ois Lee who also received the Tri-lIi-Y attendance award ot $10 for trie best attend ance for 12 years. Marianne Iloclzcr was awarded the Camper Club $25 bond for the second highest scholastic record, and the Journalism Department Award for proticiency in journalism writing. The S. T. Little Jewelry Co. award for excellence in senior Knglish was awarded to Louise Mirkin who also was presented the Betty Crocker Honiemakers Award. Thomas Ward, another two- award winner, received the Alle gany History Department medal for achievement in problems o! democracy and also the Arion Foundation medal presented the Cumberland Civic Symphonj Orchestra to the outstanding sen ior in the field of instruments music. Others who received awards in elude: Allen Emorick, a gift pin given by the Music and Arts Club for maximum participation in musical activities which serve the scliool and community; H1ar> Jane Robertson, a $10 gift ccrli ficate given by Rosenbanm's foi the highest achievement in com inercial subjects. Perry Shellon, The Bausch anc tomb medal for highest achieve menl in science for four years Elizabeth Murray, the Mary Lou ise Andrews memorial award o $10 to a senior for outstanding vocal work. Boyd Daivsori, The Art Club Award of $5 for outstanding ser-] vice in school and community; Martha Miller, the Franklin C.I Ankeney memorial award of $10 for the highest achievement in mathematics; William Harden, the American Legion Auxiliary memorial medal for Americanism as shown by excellence in American history. Patricia Smith, the Hi-Y prize ot $10 for the highest record in the -senior year; Kenneth John- sorC^the Babst award for superiority in athletic leadership based on^'alhletic ability, scholastic standing, leadership, loyalty and sportsmanship. William Buchhollz, a $50 savings bond given by Scars-Roebuck (o Ihe best student in Distributive Education. The school choir and octet sang a number of selections. Benediction was by liev. Keefe. The officers of the 1957 senior class were Robert Goodfellow, president, Perry Shelton, vice president, Frances Belt, secre- Frostburg. Adams claimed lie and eight members of his family were made sick as the result ot eating leltuce purchased at the A&!> store ini Froslburg. An Allegany County jury [ailed to agree, and the ease was moved to Washington County, then later lo Garret!. In reversing the lower court, the appellate judges said a jury coul.t have found that the lettuce contained bacteria and that the family's illness was caused by eating' the contaminated lettuce. "But there is no evidence . . . as to when the . . . (germ) got on the lettuce," the opinion said. "The possibilities arc just as great that the lettuce became con- aminated after it left Ihe store , as before. TO RECKIVK DEGREE — John SI. Gortiall, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gornall, Ulacdonnld Terrace, will receive his bachelor of science degree in public relations Saturday at the University of Maryland. An Allegany High School graduate, he is on the staff of the university radio station, is a member of Sigma Dclta_CJli_jflunialUffl- fraternity, and won an awnrd as columnist of Ihe year for his work on Ihe campus newspaper and magazine. facilities far Greene's Addition residents and the housing project being sponsored by the Luke mill of West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. Board Action Set On AHS Project The Allegany Counly Board of Education met this afternoon to „ • », ..,.,, ,, discuss awarding bids on cxcav-! Hol . v 1Siu " c WlU Mce * ation work at Allegany lliglij A meeting of the Western School, cafeteria equipment at!Maryland Section ot the Holy Northeast Elementary SchooljName Society will be held Suii- aiuJ the deeding of properly oiijday at 2:30 p. in. at the Mary- the site of the new Bruce High dale picnic grounds on Oldtown School to Wcslcrnport. Read. Members Ralph R. Webster, superintend-j arc asked to bring picnic lunches oil of schools, said three bids '° llle grounds, have been received for the excavation work and four bids for the cafeteria equipment. A deed (^ properly in Westernport has been prepared and will — ADVERTISEMENT — Popular "Get-Acquainted" Plan Resumed Th* lecal vfflc* Aetna Finonct C«. It again oHiring wcrthy pcnoru $50 en nam« only for 30 dayi. Th» total coil only 51.50. foil, whilcyou-worl vi<» ti offered. Peisont needing extra <aih till pay doy or for other exee/iiei ore invited. Other loan* up 10 $1,500, alto civaUable. Call or lea families *«'"=. " N - c «""« *'• PA 4- 5SOO. (Uan» ovtr $300 mad* und«r Md. Industrial Finance Act.J WANTED: At Once! 500 WOMEN. Age 17-5$ MARRIED OR SINGLE jpecify the site, except that HJA vii-r/i „-„„ , , was to be in Western .,a,,,a,,d.l^ an ^- ~s'~^ Jr.," ' *, ° P i S - A ' Vilato said llis P |a '"s no* o,I after July 1 m rented quar-' wcre asscmh |i n g between 1,500 snrili'scak "° CCSSar " y be on a and 2,000 trucks annually. Senator See snid that the Maryland Workshop for the Blind was established by an act of the I90R General Assembly, and lhat it ^-vas-frdt-pirssThle tur 'inanyycUTS to establish branch workshops since the law specifically stated it was to be located in Baltimore. Suggested Course Formal education for Journalism in the United Stales had its IjCgirming in— 1669— at— tlie — sug^ gcstion of Gen. Robert E., president of Washington College, A 1955 act, he said, authorized ISrilanni according to Encyclopedia 16 NOW! iol tnlettrrt vijJi pitjfnr job ot dvli«l. High ichoot ediPCaMoi nol neceuoiy. INIOV HIGH EABNINGS. C«l full dOoili no*! fc , PRACTICAL NURSES TRAINING SCHOOL Box #890-AX TTm«.N«wi, Cumberland, Md. "fif "'••"«' • O Hew I ,,r, !,,, U K »« I <«» lifB .nit.,;. Cumberland, Md. o-i adS Miitu _ _ rj Ma<t'»4 land Plans Second Concert Sunday The second progra'm of the Cumberland Municipal Band at Constitution Park will be presented Sunday at 7:30 p. m. The program, according lo W. Valgene Itoulch, will feature the "Raymond Overture" and other marches. 1 CAMERAS-FILM-OUTING Attending Conveiilioii Mrs. Avis Weber, Mrs. Jewell Peer and Mrs. Dorothy Clingerman are attending a convention of the Maryland-District of Col-l umbia Federation of Labor ini Washington as delegates"of Local 434, Undergarment Union. SERVICE ADVERTISEMENT Why Buy Men's Shoes . . . GET 'EM FREE! You get a pair of $1 1.98 men's shoes absolutely FREE with the purchase of any men's suit over $40. BUY NOW—PAY LATER No Extra Charge For Credit PEOPLES 34 N. CENTRE ST. 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