Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 6, 1957 · Page 12
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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FROSTBIjnG-KKYSEH (12J Evening Times, Thursday, June 6, 1957 Westernport Sets Tax Rate; Will Employ Police Women KILLED — Robert Earl Lee Hawk, 25. husband of Mrs. Ruth (Myers) Hawk and son of Mrs. Anna (Castee!) Hawk, Westernport, was killed yesterday when a motorcycle rammed headon into a large tree off State Route 3C near the north limits of Ihe Town of Westcrnport. He served in the Air Force during the Korean conflict. Couple Plans Anniversary FORT ASHBY-Mr. and Mrs Clarence W. Woolford will ob serve their fiftieth wedding an niversary Sunday with open nous from 2 to 5 p. m. Mrs. Wooltord is Ihe forme Miss Ethel Oftutl, daughter of th late Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Olfut Pleasant Dale. The couple wa married at the home of the brid on June 12, 1907 by Rev. Charle W. Slump, Methodist pastor. They arc the parents of thre sons and a daughter: Earl M'colford of Fort Ashby, Melvi Woolford of Cresaptown, Verno Woolford of Port Saint Joe, Fla and Mrs. Oliver Long, Hager town. •- Brief Mention Rev. and Mrs. Alonzo L. Har-llines WESTERNPORT-Mayor Okey Michael and Council last night mounced Dial the tax rate for ie Town of Westernport will •main at $1 per $100 in assess )le property. Announcement came during ic regular meeting of council, ne budget was set at $120,000.74 jr the coming year. Beginning July 1, salaried town nploycs will receive a wage in- rease of $10 per month. Hourly orkers will get five cents an our. Mrs. Katherine G. Dailey was enamed town clerk for two ears and Burza Hanlin was re ppointcd bailiff or chief of po- ce. Applications for police work ere received from Samuel W IcCarty of E'iedmont, Hugh W 'ook of Lonaconing and Richard ,. Clark of Westcrnport. Salares were set as follows: Grantsville School Event [s Conducted GRAN'TSVILLE — The Granls- ville Elementary School held its pro-school round-up recently will) Mrs. Bayard Miller, chairman of the Mothers' Club, Mrs. Jonas McKenzie and Mrs. Robert Davis in charge. Sixty-five children were registered and a tea was held for the new mothers. A party was staged for the children. Children were vaccinated by Ihe health nurse, Mrs, Nella Georg. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Huff visited Charles Stahl. Pittsburgh, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Huff visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis Shafer, Silver Spring, and Mr. andl Mrs. Harry Huff and daughter,) Mary Amelia. Rockville. Moyor $500; eomrriissipners;—MfraTrd'MfsTFrG. Getty 2.50 and treasurer, an additional 50. Commissioner Ray L. Wilt olds the latter position. Other appointments included ilvin Pence, real estate and mlding inspector. Members ol Ke Appeal Zoning Board are Vilt, one year; Harry Richards, wo years and hrce years. George Failing, The town plans to employ two iclice women to handle traffic luring the noon hours at Church and Main Streets in the fall due o the expansion project at the ,uke mill of the West Virginia ~"ulp and Paper Company. They will work approximately nin< lours per week. Mayor Michael reported $78.52 vas collected from parking met ers and violators last week. Las month $3I9.8<1 was paid on th parking meter note to the Citi- laughter, Kathie, Hagerstown; Mrs. Michael Powers, Hancock, and Mrs. W. D. Gelty, Washing- .on, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ?ahey. Mrs. J. Mrs. W. D. Getty, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zeller and son, Robert, Cleveland, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Zeller and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Layman. Emmons Younkin, Pittsburgh, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller and family, Accident, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glotfelty and Mrs." Barbara Younkin. Miss Shirley Yoder, Washing- F. Fahey is ^^Mt.SavafreSchool Getty, Washington. O To Hold Variety ProgramTuesday ton, visited Mr. and Mrs, Olen Ypder. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seward, Hagerstown, visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swartzwelder and family and Mrs. Bessie Seward. Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards van and John B. Travis request- zens Natoinal Bank, leaving a Baltimore, visited Mr. and Mrs. >alance of $14,734.77. Elmer Morris, Howard Dunni- BHS GRADUATES HONORED — Top award winners at the annual commencement exercises at Beall High School in Frostburg last evening are shown above. Left to right.are Lois -Sweitzer who received the history award, the Beall High excellence award and the State DAR good citizenship award; Judith Fike, recipient of the Jeffries Brothers award for attaining the highest scholastic average for four years; Kay Nelson, the Rotary Club award for the senior best exemplifying the motto "Service Above Self," the Mountaineer award for outstanding work on the yearbook and the Charles-Palmer-Davis award for current events; Joan Shuey who received the Bausch and Lomb science award and the senior music band award from the Band Boosters Association and Frances Erode who was presented the Activity award for the highest number of "B" points and the Chime award for outstanding work on the school newspaper. In all, 21 awards were presented to graduates. Harry C. Edwards. Mrs. Patrick Harrington Sr. and son, Palrick Harrington Jr., by council. Council will ed permission to install a pump N ew york City were guests of near the new Bruce High School Mr . and Mrs _ Harvey Gortner. to improve the supply of water, in Mrs . Patrick Harrington Jr. _ ar _ e ^ actlon was taken atld son > Patrick 3rd, New York City, returned home after visiting her parents for several weeks. Hoberl Railey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Miller, and Miss meet today at 8 p. m. to discuss the matter of providing the new section with wafer, and also to fix'the rate. man attended the recent meeting of the West Virginia Methodist have occurred within the covered today in an eight-inch they attended Bridg'ewater Colline at Johnson and Poplar i ege past few days. The latest was dis- The the Streets. 1" l (Vr. wa , t , er J ° Ann Yaunkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Younkin, returned from Bridgeivater, 'Va., where Members of council will meet jjrs.'C. O. Bender, returned from June 12 at 5 p. m. with Lee v/estminster where he attend- Hames,.engineer for Glace and Ve stern Maryland College. conference at Buckhannon. former was relurned » to Methodist pastorate here for another year. Trinity Methodist Church will , __. _ hold its vacation Bible School next Glaze, Harrisburg, Pa. week. Starting Monday, it will • ' continue through Friday. Leland! R . pi,;..:*;,, J Pyles is superintendent. neporl ^iRnlied The Presbyterian Fellowship'By Mayor James meeting will be held at the church Saturday at 7:30 p. m. FROSTBURG — Mayor Joseph Gary Somerlatt has returned Ja mes stated today that the to the naval base at Norfolk after complaint received" at Monday visiting with his parents, Mr. and' cven ' n g' s council meeting con- Mrs. J. L. Somerlatt. i..—=~ «.- .-..=— -< -,..,.._ Mr. and Mrs. Charles are visiting in Florida. Mrs. Rachel Self, who had been a patient in Memorial Hospital and_returned home, was returned to tlie hospital in the fire company ambulance. Mrs. Ellis Shanholiz is a pa fient. in Memorial Hospital. Thomas Daavis returned from Joseph Bender, son of Mr. and Icerning the letting of printing or- Ev l er dors ,to an out-of-stale concern should be clarified. He pointed oiil that the order was not placed with an out-of-stale concern, but with a business in Frostburg which sells a complete line o: office supplies. James said the actual printing may have been done elsewhere but the actual purchase was denvent minor sSrgery. The Presbyterian Women will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. R. R. Allen. Iteri any misunderstanding anc hoped that the public would un derstand that all city business in any one department could not For Sale: Top soil, fill dirt, bull dozing. Phone Froslburg 7-12-W-l Adv. N-T—June 6-7 SEE THE NEW 1957 MERCURYS WITH THE HOTTEST POWER . IN OUTBOARD HISTORY WITH ONE HAND CONTROL AND SAFETY CLUTCH U GREAT MODELS FROM A TO 60 H.P. Morgan's Gun Shop 141 FROST AVE. PHONE 582-J FROSTBURG given to any after year. one concern year Agiiew Heads Retail Group KEYSER—William Agnew .was recently elected president of the Keyser Retail Merchants Bureau during the group's regular meeting. He succeeds W. W. Kennedy. Those serving with him tor the forthcoming year are: Robert Shapiro, who was re-elected vice president and Robert Wilson, who was renamed secretary- treasurer. Opens Office Dr. Harry F. Coffman has opened new offices on the corner or Armstrong and West Streets for the general practice of medi- ine. The first floor of the two-story brick building which he purchased some months ago from Mrs. Emory L. Tyler has been completely remodeled and redecorated- Dr. Coffman also purchased new equipment for the office. Dr. Coffman said he would see MT. SAVAGE — The second Tri-Slate Variety Fair to be sponsored by, the faculty of Bit. Savage High School will be staged Tuesday evening in the school auditorium. Alfred H. Benna, principal, is in charge of arrangements and the event will be held on the final day of the school year as his farewell effort on behalf of the school. Benna is resigning as principal after five years in that capacity. Proceeds from the fair will be used to purchase an electronic organ for the school, and .Benna pointed out that a highlight'of the program will be a recital on an electronic \Yurlitzer organ by Marge Meinert, noted recording artist for that firm. Many different businesses anc professions have indicated they plan to exhibit at the fair and Benna said it is expected thai the attendance will exceed the approximately 3,000 people who attended the first such affair two years ago. The fair will be held from 7 to 11 .p. .m.. with the organ recita scheduled for 8. Entertainment prizes and refreshments will be available, Benna stated. Miss Meinert recently complet ed a tour of major cities in thi country and made personal ap pearances with famed singers and orchestras. A native of Iowa she resides at Davenport wher she has her own radio and tele vision programs. Coleman and the late Paul Coleman, was graduated from West 4-H Club Adopts Mail Box Project MOOREFIELD — The Appa lachian Mountaineers 4-H Club o South Fork has nearly complete project of repainting and re pairing mail boxes for the co operating families on South For Road. Included in the prograr are painting the mail boxes wit a white undercoat, painting th names in green letters, paintin the flags red and placing the 4-^ clover emblem on each box. A mail boxes in need of repair ar being fixed and the grass an vecds have been cut around th posts. Mrs. Carl Bergdoll and Georg Dasher are the adult leaders o the Appalachian Mountaineer and have been working closel with the youngsters in this pro pomtment only. The office hours ject. The club charged a sma H.A. Colcman Graduate From W. Va. University PJEDSIONT — Harry A. Coleman, son of Mrs;. Marguerite patients at his new offices by ap- will be from 8:30 until 11:30 Virginia University this week. He a.m. and from 1:30 until 4-30 received his AB degree with a p.m., except Wednesday after- major in sociology and a minor in history. For the as pastor past year he served of Jones Methodist noons when Ihe office will be closed. Kiwanlans Meet Ralph Barrick spoke at the i-j,, *, • *« . ... »*«i>'>i AJUI i u,rv ayimc at lilt ±±^,,±^^,3.:!:!!^'- weekly meeting ol Key. jser Kiwams Club. The speaker, pic was "The Religions was a guest of Douglas there as pastor until! September 1 when he will enter 1 Iniversity School of Theology. The BEST Means a KEEPSAKE Barrick was making a return visit to the local Kiwanis Club where he spoke on "Life In fee for each mail box on the fac lifling project and the funds g into the club treasury for a futur project to serve the community Each 4-H club in the count has a community project in keep ing with their motto "To Mak The Best Belter" and to develo the Four-H's—head, heart, healt and hands theme. India" during his previous visit. He has lived in India and is well cqquipped to speak of the coun try and its people from general close associations. At the meeting on Wednesday of next week the Kiwanians will be guests of Ned Jordan on a tour of Pryne and Company, Inc. plant. HEATHER FROM GUARANTIED REGISTERED From this day forward — your beautilul Keepsoke Diamond Ring will otwoys give yow maximum beoury and brilliance becovw » k perfect; Open a Charge ACCOM* * Dean's Jewelry GUNTER HOTEL BLDG. PHONE FROST8URG 563 McLncas Graduates KEYSER — James McLucas. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mc- ILucas. was graduated this week ;from \Vest Virginia University. His parents attended the com mencement exercises. Mt. Zion WSCS WillSpoiisor Ice Cream Social, Bake Sale FROSTBURG - The WSCS of I. Zion Church on Route 40 met! ecently wtih 26 members and ne guest, Miss Jean Wilhelm, resent. Mrs. Edwin Robeson resided and the theme of the eeting was "Declare His lory." Mrs. Herbert Pope gave reading, ess." "Garden of Loveli- Morgan Loses Four Teachers BERKELEY SPRINGS—Morgan County Board of Educa- |tion this week accepted the resignations of Miss Mary Largent teacher in Paw Paw High School; nd bake sale to be held June 22 Mrs. Janice Ruble Larrick, teach„. er in Great Caeapon Elementary Plans for an ice cream social School; Mrs. Dora Rhyne, teach er of the exceptional children t 6 p.m. were discussed andiclass in Berkeley"Springs""Grade ecided upon. [School and Miss Nonna Holt A vacation Bible School grade teacher in Paw eld at the church June 17 Paw Grade School. Miss Largent is retiring after irough June 21 from 9 to 11:30 .m. The VSCS will be held It. Lake Park. Birthdays of Mrs. Grace Hum- sub-dislrict meeting of June 18 at ,. " 35 years of teaching; Mrs.Rhyne will return to Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Larrick will join her bus nand in Winchester, and Miss Holt is going to college. The board approved the acci Irs. Nettie Michaels were cele- irated by the members. Following the close of the meeting refreshments were serv- irold Fike, Miss Helen iclrn and Miss Carol Fike. Hostess for next m o n t h 's meeting will be Mrs. Wilber Durst, Mrs. Ira Stark and Mrs. Jargaret Michaels. Bridal SKowcr Held Mrs. James C. Catherman, the ormer Miss Sue Chjdester, was he honored guest at a bridal hower held at the home of Mrs. Catherine Catherman, Eckhart, ast night. Mrs. Elsie Blank was co-hostess. . Refreshments were served. Those present included Mrs. lice Durst, Mrs.' A1L_ llrs. Lena Smouse, Miss Trudy Ann Smouse, Mrs. Kath.ryn.Ste- and dent insurance policy for pupils with Pilot Insurance Company o Greensboro, N.C. vens, Mary Mrs. Jane Mae Hansel, Hansel, Mrs. Miss Mae 3olt. Mrs. Ellen Kreitzburg, Mrs \'adine Henry, Mrs. Mary Watkins. Mrs. Leona Fazenbaker, Miss Carol Sue Fazenbaker, Mrs. Flo Logsdon, Miss Charlotte Richardson, Mrs. Madeline Ben Mrs. Elizabeth Walters, Geneva Holsinger, Miss Flooil Job Planned County OAKLAND-The Corps of En ineers is advising contractors o ilans for a flood control projec "n Garrett County. The project will be on Bea Creek at Friendsville, and in eludes the deepening, widenin and straightening of some 2.00C feet of the channel, requirin over 10,000 yards of excavation. A concrete liner will be placec under Route 52 bridge during th work. Plans are being prepared b the Pittsburgh district-of th s of Engii Col. H. E. Sprague. The advance information di not estimate costs or indical when bids will be asked. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jame Higgins. Myles Higgins of Pittsburg der, Mrs. Ruth Lee Blank and Mrs. Edna Logsdon. Brief Mention Word has been received here that Mrs. Margaret Minnick, former representative of the Evening Times at Froslburg and now residing in California, will and Mrs. Catherine Henry, Stei benville, Ohio, visited Mr. an Mrs. James Higgins and Mr. an Mrs. Joseph Finn and other rcl lives in Vale Summit and Lon c coning. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Banov ski of Steubenville spent Sunda with relatives here. Philathea Class of First En lish Baptist Church will mectj tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the lower auditorium of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harbei enter the Methodist Hospital at Sr., Bowery Street, have return •Myron r Heads W. Va. PSC CHARLESTON. W. Va.—1 R. Renick, 45-year-old lawyer and real estate man from Fayetteville, yesterday was appointed chairman -of the Public Service' Commission. Gov. Underwood appointed Renick to replace PSC Chairman Homer W. Hanna Jr., Charleston. 300 West Huntington Drive, Arcadia. Calif., for a major operation this week. Dr.. and Mrs. Glen Payne and children of Seton. Texas, are visiting Mrs. Payne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Higgins, West Main Street. Mrs. Joyce Hanna and children of Covington. Va., visited patient. Clarke Renamed 'o Mayor's Post i.i Moorefield MOOREF1ELD—C. W. Clarke ilhout opposition, has been ected to his sixth two-year term s mayor of Moorefield. receiving 05 votes in Tuesday's election Mrs. Helen Rexroad was nam- d to her third term as recorder Iso without opposition, with 22( oles. Following Is the vote for coun 11: E. L. Puffenberger, 195; Ted R ager, 132; C. B. Hiett, 184; Ted Jurns, 151; J. W. Rohrbaugh, D. C. Church ToGiveUlk ' In Frostburg FHOSTBUJIG—Mrs. Everett F, Davis, director of the Department fif United Church Women ol Die Wasliingloji Federation of Churches, will speak before Frostburg church women on Ibree occasions tliis weekend. Mrs. Davis will talk at First Congregational Church Saturday at 8 p. m. at a meeting sponsored for all church women of that municipality, and will also appear at the 8:30 a. m. and 11 a. m. services Sunday in the cliurch. She will falk on the fellowship tour of Congregational Christian women from the United States to Great Britain in October in which she was a participant. Mrs. Davis holds bachelor of arts, master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees from Washington University, St. Louis. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, she has taught at Lindenwood College, St. Charles Mo., and Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. She is a member of Westmoreland Congregational Church, Washington, is the church's fel- owship chairman aand is a mem- >er of the parish board. Her husband is a plant pathologist. _The couple has a daugh- ler and 'two sons. She will be accompanied to Frostburg by Mrs. Mary Flickenger, Washington church woman. 93; Devaul Schell, 178; Irvin G. Jowma'n, 152; C. H. Combs, 105. Elected were Puffenberger, Hiett, Rohrbaugh, Schell and Jowman.. All but Puffenberger nd Schell are holdovers. Hiett as been on council for the past 9 years. The closest race was between Jowman and Burns, the former osing out the latter by one vote WM Railway Votes Dividend BALTIMORE Hi — Directors of the Western Maryland Railway yesterday declared a quarterly dividend of S1.75 a share on 7 per cent first preferred stock of ?100 par value. They also declared dividends ol 37',4 cents a share on the 5 per cent first preferred stock of $30 par value and $1 a share on the 4 per cent second preferred stock. The dividends are payable June 28 to stockholders of record June 18. the fifth councilmanic ion. Season To Open Hundreds of fishermen posi- will ine the banks of Hardy County treams at 5:02-Saturday mont- ng when Ihe black bass season ipens in West Virginia. The sea- ion will remain open until March I, 1958. Bag limit on bass, including both small mouth and largemouth, is eight per day or 60 'or the season. Since there is no size limit on bass this year sportsmen will be using larger iait in the hope of landing the jig ones. Bass waters are in prime condi- .ion and should remain this way unless heavy rains muddy the streams between now and Saturday, Graduates Honored \YESTERNPORT_Three Bruce High School students received awards at graduation exercises Tuesday night. Catherine Mae Reeves, who was second in the class, received $5 from Ihe English department; Kay Ritchie, third in the class, $5 from the social studies department and Robert Van Pelt, $5 for outstanding work in the vocational arts department. The award winners were omitted from the original list- of prize winners. Receives Degree PAW PAW —Ralph Neil Bergdoll received his bachelor of science degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College at the 67th annual spring commencement program at Buckhannon. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Bergdoll of Paw Paw, he majored in history at Wesleyan. For Sale: 6 room, modern home $9,000. 1 lot $1,000. Parkersburg Road, Eckhart; Phone Froslburg 56. Adv. N-T—June 6-8-10. » lb -*198 ,. Bag I Dudley's Markets ECKHART HO BOWERY ST. Phorc. J03-W Phon, 127J.J FROZEN ' M .« STRAWBERRIES .. C "** 40C Kraft Straw b»rry A 10 o * jor» Dani.l W.b.l.r HOUR ....... (Giant Sii.) OOC CUT RITE WAXED PAPER MILK Gal. .. APPLE SAUCE SALAD DRESSING PLASTIC SADDEN HOSE .. SWIFT'S WHOLE CHICKEN . HEl"NZ Tw7NrpACK~~ HOI DOO . HAMBURGER RIL1SH 8t OFF ON YOUR PURCHASE OF HAMBURGER OR HOT DOSS 80c 8 •99c -29c t'r 43c ed after visiting their son-in-lawj and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amrine, Phoenix, Ariz., and a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Harbei, Baltimore. Mrs. Ella Fletcher, RD 6, Potomac Park, has been admitted! to Miners Hospital as a medical 3-room-second floor apartment. Private For Rent: unfurnished bath, sunporch. Phone Frostbure 3M-R. Adv. N-T-June 6 SEAT COVERS *15" r.j^.d , 0 $12.95 $ I9' 5 mr.^ * $15.95 INSTALLED FREE l-l TERMS MRVICE IN ftEAft DEZEN'S PHONE FIO. 13M HOinURO Ni*l la Fbg. Nol. tar.k PALACE AIR CONDITIONED LAST DAY VAN JOHNSON ANNBLYTH • STEVE COCHRAN THE fIRST INSIDE STORY OF SLANDER MAGAZINE RACKET' SPECIAL AT HARVEY'S GREENHOUSE FROSTBURO BLOOMING BEDDING PLANTS FOR THE YARD REDUCED IN PRICE nocu o A ALS ° POTTED TOMATO PLANTS OPEN 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M. RHONE 266 VISIT OUR SPORTSWEAR SHOP WHERE YOU WILL FIND A LARGE ASSORTMENT of BEAUTIFUL 'COTTON DRESSES PRICED FROM $3-98 A PROOF THAT PLAY BALL! ot the park or see it on FASHIONS AREN'T EXPENSIVE— THEY ONLY LOOK THAT WAY! GUARANTEED RECONDITIONED TELEVISION -EASY TERMS- BOB'S RADIO 69 E; Main Frottburg PHONE 87 We Service What We Sell

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