Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 6, 1957 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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FROSTBURC-KEYSER And Tri-State Area News 1 (13 > Evening Tiyes, Thursday, June 6, 1957 Awards Given To Graduates At Frostburg FROSTBURG-Kay Nelson and Vallc J.ois Sweilzer each look lhree' melU c . erc i sc , H st ni»i,i honors at Beall High School^ipal Jack A Pelrv graduation exercises last night in| the valedictorian Valley U| school auditorium as 21 club wrist watch award, (he J) Pirds were ^Inbuted by Pnn,! four mc(lal for seno | ars|l cipal Wayne W. Hill. loya | lv and achievcmcn , and , Frances Erode and Joan Siiuey Readers "' were awarded Iwo honors each.I her. Anne P. Chappd^ Qty Pool ItivesValedictorv n . J 0 Opening Set For Saturday Address At Coney LONACONING - Anne I'crry FROSTBUflG-Pellswortti Filer, 9 Linden Slreet, who was re cently appointed manager of the community swimming pool, j Digest subscription lo Judith Fikc received the Jeffries Brothers medal for attaining the highest average for four years The Loyal Order of Moose cash awards for the best all-around " IC hoy went to Conrad Filsinger, and. fnr best all-around girl lo Annaj miisic . Grace Bacr. Legion girl award for courage. A notable achievement award leadership, honor, service and from the Young Men's liepiib!i-^ ello ! ! "' sh !P' <! le D '\R cash award can Club svas presented to Alan rfjen Donahue. Sandra Dillon was awarded the Knglish award from George and Jack Eichhorn, the Social Studies girl award from James P. Love Post 92, American Legion, music award from Raymond for outstanding general Ihe Barton American William Groves received the Varsity Club trophy as best all- around alhlele. a; for Americanism, and the citizei award from James P. Love Post 92, American Legiun Auxiliary. nounces that the pool officially opened Saturday. The pool will operate from 11 a. m. to 8 p. m be dailvj Life! IjRobert Hyde was awarded the Harlo'ii "Xtrmrican- Legion boyi award for courage, leadership. Joseph McGregor received «,,- - • -. „*-. .f..^..,...,,, savings bond from tile Lions- Club:'""""', service and scholarship and the Mathematics award from Love braiders. Virginia Green, salutalorian ol as the outstanding music student of Hie year. Joanne Loar was given an award from Calltenn.-m's as (he'the Class of 1357, was given the best commercial .student. salutation awai<l from the Alum- Ronald Unnicwood was present-'ni Association of Valley High .tuning ed a savings bond from KlksjScliool, Ihe salulalorian liairour'creed." guards will be on duty al all limes, according lo Filer. Miss Maureen Manley, senior Red Cross swimming instructor, will give lessons al the pool again this year, beginning immediately following the close of school. Children planning on registering should contact Miss Manley along with their parents 1 lo make necessary arrangements. Delegates N'amed The Midlothian Homemakers club named Mrs. Herman Winters and Miss F.dilh Ritchie as [delegates to atlend the Rural 'Women's Short Course al the University of Maryland at a meeting of the club in the home of Mrs. ituth Whitficld, 15 Fast Main Street, last night. Mrs. Paul fiarnett, president. Homecoming Event Slated vill be served at 5, 6 and 6:30 p TO Af'I'ICAH IN' FKOSTISUIU; — One of the attractions of the current season's presentations sponsored by Frostburg Community Programs Inc. will be the performance of the New York concert male quartette. "The Chanticleers," in Common Hall auditorium at Stale Teachers College at !i p. m. June H according lo Edward P. Flanigan, president. Six Mineral County Places Have Beer Licenses Lifted CHARLESTON, W. Six Mineral County Va. IB — establishments had I heir beer licenses charge of the session suspended yesterday by Beer pened with the members Commissioner J!ov b Plait the "Homemakers Lodge 470 as the best vocational student. The Edward J, Ryan home ails sward went to Faye Williams as the outstanding arts student. Harold Coburn received an Following the singing of "This " " medal for second highest scho-j . „..„ _ lllc lastic honors and the foreign!Is My Father's World" language award which is thejenlire Benjamin 11. Kvans award. The Rotary Club medal award by the Memorial "cm hymn and Mrs. Pe All were suspended for 110 days, except (tie license of Veterans Me- ynorial Home in Keyser, which 'jloscs its license for 30 davs on a award from Local 1024, Unitcd'for the student exemplifying the Brotherhood of Carpenters andj Rotary motto, Service Above Joiners of America, for onisland- Self, was presented by Principal ing accomplishment in woodwork-] Petry to Lee Winkler. ing. Mary Lou Stakem was winner r,. ,,, „ ..,.,. , , fliary i.ou bianem was winner Ihc tdna Gr.ffilh cash award ot the William Paul Cooper his' for outstanding work in art went' to Jane Jenkins. Miss Brode received the activity medal for the highest number of "B" club points, and a cash Chime award for outstanding work on the school newspaper. Miss Nelson received the Rotary award for the senior best exemplifying Ihe motto "Service Above Self" Mountaineer cash award for outstanding work on the yearbook and Ihe Charles. Palmer-Davis award for Current . „ award and the science award from Phillips Flower Khop. Virginia Ritchie was presented the the l)r. Hodgson .Memorial for best girl basketball player from Alvin C. Neat Post S2BO, Events. Joan S h u e y received the Bausch and Lomb science award and the senior music band award from the Band Boosters Associa- lion. Miss .Sweitzer received the cash history award, the cash prize known as Beall High School excellence award for general ex- •jlence anri the State DAR good Wizenshin award. ' nize'nship award. Diplomas were presented to Ihe class by Kenneth R. Malcolm, president of Ihe Allegany County Board of Education. The school band played the processional and recessional and the audience sang the first stan- Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, and (lie sportsmanship award given by Stakem's Bowling Alley. Ronald Young won the athletic award from Robert Al. "Lefty" Grove. The sportsmanship in basketball award given by the Lonaconing Republican Club was tied, Ihe awards being given lo Ronald Young and John Johnson. The sportsmanship Babe Ruth award and Lonaconing Motors cash award went to John Johnson. Peggy Stakem was presented the French pin from the VHS French Club and Colleen Tharp received the sportsmanship girl award in basketball, given by the' Lonaconing Republican club. Gerald Warnick w : as given the social studies award for the top boy student, given by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Bill Ravenscroft won the WOW American history—award. «r tin M i = . ".",:— " Walter McKenzie and Richard invoL lNatlonal . Alllhem - TheiRcnnie were winners of the invocation was g.vcn hy Rev. music instrt]mcnta i awards givcn Gorman E. Haupt and the benc- U v Felix Foote Jr McKen ie Thi'n" "rfJ^uVr 3 " 1 V " Ta >' lor -|a'iso received the" courtesy Jnc BcallHiRh Chorus sang "On-laward. Allan McKenzie was Ye People" and a piano duet was played by Kaye Kcister ~>nd Mary Shirey, entitled "Rhapsody In Blue." The commencement was delivered F. Ritchie. address iven the home economics award offered by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holmes. ' The commercial award given by Lonaconing Lions Chib was of Irs. Elaine \Vil.j charge of history of lhe| siisi)cnsions becam(J effc ' (ive Pratt gave ,, oon lornol . r<w . Prostburg Asks Filtration Plant Engineer Tests 1.5 Graduate At Ellei-slie KJlOSTBURG-Thc Mayor and U ' U ' RSLIE ~ Graduation ex- Council have asked (he K,'ost. :CmseS W °'' e hC ' d in " 1C Ellcrs - 1 ° rad - C Scl1001 far IS boys and LONACONING -The Woman's iocicly of Christian Service of •~irs| Methodisl Church will -ponsor a ham supper duringjburg Civil Service Board~lo"d'ra lomecoming Week. ,,„ , , , r , . . ' „ "P a set of examination tes Tuesday, July 2. the .upper , or , n Msislanl nUra|ion ^^^ engineer U was pointed out that the engineer al plant has on very next year, includes Kay • Hrcmta Leydig. Caro- Shcrril Sheavly, the city filtration T"'"T 1 ; : ,' 1wi "'' ls ' Robcrt Smit "' L. Sw,J M . • Jusc P | ' Brewer, Thomas Hart-' J, S>.»«isc Mountain ma,,. Genrge Connor, James De- rcsponsibie position, A'orc, Jai" IM-.T.IIUUI [JUKI yCEU , I'Simpkiivs. Brcmta l, e lyn Faulknor, Sh Shirley Kriwards. Carl .111. A candy sale will be held jy the Methodist Youth Fellow- ihip on Hie lawn outdoors the • ;ame evening. Tuesday, June 25, will be the |, uo „ v s rs srA"as|3JX WJ-M £&st£,- m . [ a ny reason, the water department The group recited "J'^has no qualified man ready to ;:an S songs along „,„, ulc '.'"^assume (he <tuties of the 'jol>.' f «urlh arid fifth grades. Mrs. a <jii,iHou ' ---' vice Such a situation could cause Kslllei ' Connor accompanied at \, ?! I • considerable confusion, it was lilt ' P'anu. „,„•"; Morp!lce Duckworth, stated, and it is necessary that' Sixth graders that have attend- >ies(iem, presided at Ihe meet-|lhe filtration plant he kept in Cfi sch °°l 'his year without missing tins week with If, membcrsjoperation efficiently at all limes .'"K a day are Kay Simpkins, "Irnsi andi i.-ni- thic ™.,o.,., „!... ....... «t:.,ii^,, an( | D ona | ( j Hansrote, -- — -v. & ... ./I.TL uj " af id Tiiomas Hartiiiaiv have Ihe Civil Service Board Ii(J berl llagenbuch, Shirley Ed- injprepare suitable tests and con-j v/; "' cls ancl William Johnson. attending. A hymn. "Trust and! For this reason' city" spoke* 'S'anlcy Obey was sung to open the pro- men said it was thought best i 0:(icol 'EC ^ram. ' ' •* • Mrs. Kcrric Lander was charge of (he devotional service. 'Have Thine Own Way Lord" was sung. .Mrs. Martha'Humph- •ey gave closing prayer. Mrs. Mary Ann Moore. Mrs. Rebecca Wilson. Mrs. Clcmcn- :ine Wilson, Mrs. Emma Wilkes and Miss__Eleanor Evans served refreshments. Brief Mention Central High School Class of 1947 will make plans to hold duct an examination, and recom-! Kefl 'esliuicnts were served by mend several qualified citizens'" 10 fitm graders, for this position. " class its tenth anniversary union at a meeting Saturday, June 15, at 7 p.m. at .... of Mrs. Margaret Stafford, mold Flintstone Hi Graduates 23 ii FLINTSTONE—Four graduates ' rl>e cll "tmobile will visit Lon- divided the nine Senior Class a ™"'"S lwl; »' and chest X-raysi awards at Flintstone High School's^" ^ndTn™" 6 '"™ "* ^ Ml. Savage MT. SAVAGK - Mr. and Mrs. Harry II. Green left today for Camp I.ejeunne, S. C., where they will visit their son. Sgl. John Bradley Green, U. S. Marines. F.dward V. Henckcl has returned to his home on Glen Sav- the homc| a S e n ° a(1 af ter being a medical patient in Miners Hospital. Froslburg, for the past two Del wec ks. Building Supplies Framing Lumber Sheathing Grade Plywood Doors , Windows Paints and Hardware Broadwater Lumber Company Pliona 855 fR|E DELIVERY Om Mil. Win of f/oitborj book report on "Speak lo the iVinds." Mrs. Mason Diehl, \vho attended a demonstration at the Court House recently, gave a report on the project of re-caning chairs Following the meeting, refresh- nents were served by the hos- ess. The president announced that the next meeting will be held Willed Bible Sclioot Slated The annual daily vacation Bible •School sponsored by the United Council of Church Women will open Monday instead of June 17 as previously planned. Opening exercises at Ihe school will be held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 9 a. m . after which the children will leave for The other licenses suspended and the charges listed by Platl ,'ere: Knobley Mountain Post. American Legion. Ridgeley, possession and sale of liquor. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6667, Fort Ashby, exhibiting a gaming device. American Legion Post 52. Pied- thei and classrooms. Primary, junior intermediate departments meet at First Methodist forty-first commencement ercises last night. The school conferred diplomas on 23 students. Mnrlcne Golden the top award winner with three prizes. She received a scholarship donated by the PTA for the student with (lie highest four-year average, the English award given by .Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Atkinson. 1 and 7 p.m. Kenneth Sheelz, principal of Bruce High School, was gucsl speaker at the Lonaconing Lions Club meeting at the Pythian Hall. His topic was "Taste That Mrs. James W. Huicheson has returned home from Memorial Hospital. Brian Patrick Miller, son of ' O" • imui-juji. m .u,i j ail iv h. UlLlltl, SOP and Ihe home economics awardjMr. and Mrs. Lee F. Miller, **iiivi iv,ciu i.*i;j£LUU I USL Ji. IT ILtl* "•"•• >'"- ' mont, exhibiting a gaming device contributed by the Flintstone and selling liquor. chapter of Future Homemakers Ismene Panette, doing business °f America, as City Restaurant, Keyser, ex hibiling a game device. Order of Moose, Pied- Helen lleavner won the Reader's Digest award lo Ihe valedic mont, exhibiting a gaming device. Charges against Ihe six licensees were made by Stale Police on March 24 and 29. Dance Slated Today McCOOLE — The Teen Canteen will honor local area mem- lorian, and Ihe Bausch and Lomb Mich., visited relatives prize for the student with the best four-year science average. Edward Theodore Robinetle won Hie DeKalb award for excellence in agriculture and Ibe sportsmanship award presented by the Flintslone Volunteer Fire Company. riinr/.h"~~i.-i~* ' "" " ieln[K1| si vc>: " lvla "onor local area mem- Virginia Closs won the cili/en- of lh P n, 6 Pre " S , Cl !° 01 chilliraibDrs Qf this year ' s graduating ship medal givcn by Ihe Sons of c asse.Till a ? ^ mdcr Sarlcn|claES at Bruce High Scbooljthe American Revolution and the r-h.,r" l at SL Paill 's Weslcrnporl, with a dance lhis;hislorv airard given it. memory evening. The families of the'of James R. and Mary J. House. graduates and friends may also' Awards, announced by .Mrs. Elwill be by "Mr.jsie Hill Roland, principal, were Church. Due to a short session of Ihe public schools on Tuesday morn- >ng, the Bible School will not open until 10:30 a. m. on that day. and 'will close al noon \}] other sessions will open at 9 a m and close at 11:30 a. ro. Registration Set Ladies of the Lay Health Group will be in charge of registration! wtie/i the chestmobile visits' iTostburg next week.- Chest X-rays will be taken Monday i from l .until 7 p. m . and on: Tuesday from 1 to 4 p. m. ' The registration committee will be a; the firemen's hall before noon Monday to register those mshmg to have chest X-rays This service is sponsored altend. Music and Mrs. Rhythm." , presented by Mrs. Stanley Buck- en- :ered Memorial Hospital this week for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. August Eichhorn and Mrs. David Brown and son Pfc. Aleck Brown of Ponliac, ley, member of the Board of Education, who also presented diplomas lo the graduates. The address to the graduates was given by Rev. Archie C. Prevalle. pastor of Firsl Baplist Church. Cumberland. Robinette gave Ihe salutatory and Miss Heavner the valedictory. Invocation and benediction were by Rev. Edward .Hanshaw, pastor of Flintslone Methodist Church Music by the school orchestra and chorus was under direction of Monroe Harris. TODAY...TOMORROW...ALWAYSI Nationally Advertised ^rtcarved DIAMOND RINGS WILTON J19QOD Engagement King $125.00 Bride's Circlet $ 65.00 GUARANTEED fey ih, Artcarved n V.iu. Plan At any lime, full cuitent jppty the <CT value DANUBE jggOO ;ind! ol ARTCARViO |i«. Biide'i Circlll thioughoul [hi U, S. A. SJ5.00 s 10.00 DIAMONDS 537.50 up Hosken's Jewelry 22 W. Main St. Phon. Frcilburi 473 ..... — by Dr. Miller A. j presented to Mary McKenzie. The McFarlane-Myers Memorial awards for outstanding scholarship were presented to Hyde and Walter McKenzie died' and Miss Chappell. The memorial awards annually are given by Mrs. Rulh McFarlane and Mrs. laken. by (he culosis Paw Paw Church HoiiorsGrad nates PAW PAW - College and high school graduates holding bershio-Un Hie Paw Paw Francis Glenn. The secretarial commercial de• •-- -•-- •-•• Meth-jpartment award given by Electric odist Church were prcsentedjAppliance company was present, y , lh . e Rcv " "'"Ti'lton, onjed lo Shirley Snyder. The art award was presented to Doris L. behalf of Ihe congregation, during the Sunday evening service this week. White testaments were- given lo Misses Donna Lou Sharp and Janet Jamison and a blue testament was presented to Ralph N'icl Bergdoll. who was graduated from Wesl Virginia College lasl There were 92. members of the graduating Class of 1957 who re- Click. Allegany-Garrett Tubei Association, and is di recHy financed by the annual sale of Christmas seals. Mrs. Lois Jackson. Allegany counly health nurse, announces a well baby clinic will be held in the health room of City Hall on June 13. All children who will start to schoof in September should be brought to this clinic for their smallpox and polio immunization shots. Ellerslie ELLERSl.IE-Mrs. Ted Tlep- ceived diplomas from J. Goodloe , E'^ERSUE—Mrs. Ted Hep- Jackson of the AUcgany County l er a " d children and Mrs. Stan- Board of Education. '"?' baw 5'<=r and sons, all of Joseph processional Dcrry and veck and who is planning lo be-1 Rev. Charles Bogan offered the Sin his teaching career in Scp-jir.vocation and Rcv. Charles tcmber in Miamisburg, Ohio. |Rccklcy the benediction. The Misses Sharp and Jamison arcjhigh school band played the Paw Paw Sara-Kay Young- "Star Spangled Banner, The commencement address graduates of School. Miss ____ „ ...... _________ ....... _______ blood, also a member and a Paw was delivered by Dr. William Paw High graduate, was unable Bedford Williamson. The Valley lo be present" for Ihe presenta- High School Choir sang "Begin lion. Miss Youngblood in recent the Bcguinc." "Lamb of God" competition at Wesl Virginia and "Dark Waters." Barsd selcc- Universily. has been awarded actions included "Storm King" and Board of Governors' scholarship "Deep Diver Rhapsody." :o that school for four years for J. A. I'clry. school principa Ihe study of the organ. [presented all the awards. plavcd the N ' a Sara Falls. N. Y., visited Mr. recessional and Mrs - "a^ DcVore and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bohn. Aliss Sarah Ann Wolfe, Pittsburgh, visited her parents Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Relallick and sons. Hoanoke. Va., visited her mother, Mrs. Edythe Emerick and her brother-in-law and sislcr, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wislcr. Troy Bcal. Elyria. Ohio, visit- er' his parents. Mr. and Mrs. u Irvin Beat and his wife, Mrs. Belly Deal returned home after I spending Ihe week visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Shroyer. E. A. Reilh, Falls Church. Va., is visiting his son and daughter- in-law. Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Rcith. He attended the graduation of f his grandson. Fred Reitb, at Ml. | Savage High School. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hicfcle snd daughter, Kim, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers and the graduation of her sister, Linda, in Charlotte, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waltman. SJate College. Pa., visiled his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Otis Walt- Ilinan. MARINE CONGRATULATED—Technical Sgl. Owen A. Snyder, son of Mrs. Bessie Shoemaker, RD 2, Keyser, Is shown being congratulated upon receiving a diploma after completing a cou'rse in fundamentals of electricity at the Marine Corps Institute, Hawaii. Making the presentation is Lt. Col. S. V. Titlcrrid, commanding officer of Helicopter Transport Squadron 161, First Marine Brigade. Sgl. Snyder is a cheek crew leader wilh the siMdrbn. Before entering Ihe Marine Corps, he Was employed fl t the home of the Good Shepherd in Wheeling GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER Frostburg TV Sales & Service Phone 418-J KNOWS WHAT'S OM DAD'S MIND! FATHERS DAY SUNDAY JUNE 16TH A WONDERFUL, WiDE COLLECTION OF GIFTS FOR YOUR FAVORITE GUY ON HIS DAY . . . DRESS SHIRT I 00 Famous make "Arrow" Dress Shirts. Your choice of Dart. Glen, and Drew. Whites and colors, in sizes u to 18. The perfect gift for Ihe perfect Dad. Frostburg Slore Only. Van Hcuscn "Century" Shirt at Keyser Store. SOCKS He'll love a new pair of socks. Choose several from our wide selection of Stretch Sox and cot- Ions. Fancy patterns and solid colors— Sizes 10 lo 13— including Esquire. NECKTIES ,„ Dad can always use a lie and we have the one (or him. Slripcs, solids. bold panels, four in band, and bow — whatever his choice may be. SLACKS 4*™ to 8" To brighten his summer wardrobe — Slacks for Dad. Included are Dacron blends. Tropical weights. Orion and Xy- lon blends and many others. Sizes 29 to 42 in every svantcd color and at our famous bud- gel price*. SPORT SHIRT 1 9» 00 to Sparkling siiort sleeve sport shirts to keep "Him" cool. Plaids. checks, solid colors in both regular collar anil Ivy League models. All sizes in the season's newest patterns. IF US FROM MAURICE'S ... ITS RIGHT FOR DAD! •for* do-i't-yout-sol'ff dadi These duds are dandy 'or dads who ore handy Full-cut for action in durable, washable chino. SPECIALLY PRICED 6.50 PER SET For the handy dads—famous label King Kole matched chino shirts and pants. Colors include Tan-Green and Gray. Completely sanforized and perfect fit. At a special Father's Day price. You'll want several sots at this low price for top grade qualify. Regular $7.00 value. SHOP EARLY — SHOP LATE OPEN SATURDAY TILL 9 PM FROSTBURG AN . KEYSER ALL GIFTS BOXED WRAPPED — READY FOR GIFT-GIVING , . . \ 1

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