Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 28, 1952 · Page 21
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, February 28, 1952
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H ItOVI HI IK. - KEYSER And Tri-Slate Area News (21) Evening Times, .Thursday, February 28, 1952 Maple Queen To Be Selected Tonight At Windber Hi Event MBYERSDALE, Pa.—The queen who will reign at this year's Somerset County Maple Festival will be selected at a contest tonight at 7:30 in the auditorium of Windber High School. Thirteen seniors from county high schools will compete for the title, which carries with it a four-year senatorial scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh. The official coronation of thej winner will be held here on the Potomac State Queen Selected KEYSER, W. Va. —Miss Addle McLaughlln, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John McLaughlin, Keyser, was elected May Queen of Potomac State School at balloting yesterday at the school. She will reign at the school's cpen^ day oTtnTLuva,. Eu£ ^ ^ Celebrati ° n ^^ April is, and she will reign over planned festivities on the following two days. Contestants, the schools they represent and the talent numbers they will present at tonight's elimination include: Elizabeth Naymick, Somerset Township High School, dramatization of first job as secretary. Helen Louise Pribulsky, Shade Township High School, medley of til-time favorites on the tenor •axophone. Irene Anderson, Turkeyfoot Valley Joint High School,- dramatic scene. "Smilln 1 Through." Joan Patricia Knapp, Conemaugh Township High School, baton twirling. Lois Walker, Shanksville-Stonycreek Township High School,. dramatic reading, "The Tenement Window." Barbara Ann Knecht, Salisbury- Elk Lick High School, vocal solo: "Will You Remember." Gloria. Stevanus, Meyersdale High Bchool, cooking demonstration. ' Jacqueline Yoder, Berlln-Broth- ersvalley High School, tap dance routine. Mary Beth Beaton, Windber High School, dramatic reading, "The Sort of. Girl That My Mother TJsed To Be." Dolores Orlandi. Jennerstown- Boswell-Jenner Township High Bchool, music and drama. Shirley Pritts, Rockwood High 6chool, dance, "Now and Then," Ellen June Newcomer, Forbes Joint High School, vocal solo, "The Lord's Prayer." 4-H Club Hears Talk On Germany GRANTSVILLE—The Grantsvllie Bchool .4-H Club aiet recently at the school, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Workman. Mrs. Clyde Plessinger, the guest speaker, spoke about life and customs In Germany. She- exhibited bowls and book ends made from wood from the Black Forest, linens, napkins, aprons, pillow cases. Jewelry, story books, dishes, napkin ring, silver soup .=_• ladle, fish knife and fork set with a holder, candle holder, buckskin breeches, game of authors, Christmas candles and stamps and a pin from the recent Olympic games In Norway. Brief Mention Mrs. Marshall Landis will entertain the WSCS at her home at 8 tonight. Mrs. Frank Galusha, Mrs. Helen Meyers and Kay Meyers, all of Morgantown, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hite and Cecil Edwards and children, Cumberland, and Mrs. Clara Broadwater, Salisbury, Pa., were recent guests of Mr., and Mrs. Harry Edwards, Mrs. Broadwater also visited Mr. and Mrs. Foster Broadwater, Little Crossings. Miss Carolyn Ruddle spent several days in Washington. Mrs. Louis B. Taylor'and James Beachy, Washington, visited their mother. Mrs. Eva Beachy. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pettit spent the weekend with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Pettit, Mt. Ranier. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Shumaker and daughters, Judy and Frances, Arlington, Va.;. Miss Frances Vernon, Pinner, England, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shumaker 'and family, Turtle Creek, Pa., were recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shumaker and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hummel and family. Sgt. Robert Swauger, Mitchell AFB, N. Y., is spending a 25-day leave with his mother, Miss Lillian Swauger. He will report to Camp Kilmer, N. J., for oversea duty. Pvt. Joseph J. Glotfelty, Pvt. Paul Baum, all of Camp Gordon, Ga., visited their respective parents. Mrs. I. E. Hardesty, who was a patient in Miners Hospital, Frostburg, as a result of a fall at her home, returned to the home of her son, Guy Hardesty. May 10. Elected as her escort was Vern Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Wilson, of Omar. Logan County. Elected as princesses were Pat ricia Hartsfield, Keyser; Norma Alt, Keyser; Delores Smith,' Keyser; Peggy Jo Davis, Cumberland; Joyce Nelson, Piedmont; Anne Wilson, Rockville, Md.; Mitzi Kiser, Keyser, and Margaret Secrist, Petersburg. Chosen as their escorts were William Carpenter, Elkins; Thom-s Scott, Clarksburg; Joseph Balassone, Albert; Kapushy. Keyport, N. J.; Willard Reed, Buckhannon; Calvin Thompson, Rlverton; David White, Bridgeport, and Maxel Alt, Rough Run. Union Prayer Day Service Set At Keyser KEYSER-. W. Va.—A union World Day of Prayer service will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. by the Keyser ' Council of Church Women at Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church. The theme this year is •'Christ, Our Hope." Mrs. Parker Black, Grace Methodist Church, will be leader of the program. Others taking part will be Mrs. E. M. Boyd, United Brethren; jMrs. Flourus Workman. Lutheran; Mrs. Fred Bowman, Church of the Brethren; Miss Mitzie Kiser. student representative, Presbyterian; Mrs. Former Sheriff Withdratvs From Tucker Primary PARSONS, w. Va.—Stark Coberly, who served as sheriff of Tucker County from 1936 to 1940, has announced his withdrawal as a candidate for that office, because of ill health. Coberly, who is convalescing after a serious Illness of several weeks' duration, said his physician advised him to drop out of the race. Others who liave also withdrawn from the May primary are Maurice Parsons, of St. George, who had been a .candidate for the Republican executive- committee from the St. George District, and James E. Smith, Jr., Hambleton, who was a candidate for the Board or Education. non-partisan Of t-Raided Club Placed On Sale MORGANTOWN, W. Va.—Benjamin Lane, owner of swank Cheat Lake Supper Club, revealed his nightspot is up for sale. Business has fallen off badly since state trooper* tear-gassed It in a, 'blitzkrieg raid nearly two years ago, Lane said. Once patronized by some of the 'best people in Morgantown," the exclusive club was leased after the raid in March, 1950. It has been closed for 18 months. And today, Mr. Lane, who lives in Ironton, Ohio, said he Is open for offers. "I've already had one bid, but I'm still listening,". Mr. Lane said. The plush supper club is located on Route 7 near the Cheat liver bridge, on the outskirts of Morgan town. It was raided by West Virginia state police for gambling and liquor law violations several times. But the gas raid In March. 1950, was apparently the coup de grace. "I believe someone could make a go of it again," said Mr. Lane, who is blind. "But my health hasn't been good lately. It would be too much for me." ,.JW. L. Clements, First Methodist; Mrs. Ross Prysock, Grace Methodist, and Mrs. J. Clark Bright, Presbyterian. The Woman's Club Chorus will supply the musical numbers, with Miss Margaret Seerist, Petersburg, student at Potomac State School, as soloist. Rev. Robert L. Bridgers, host pastor, will install two officers of the council. Mrs. Bridgers will present the objectvies of the local offering. A service will also be held at Limestone School tomorrow, under the auspices of Miss Madalyn Bazzle, principal. The English class of Mrs. Alice White will hold a service at Keyser High School tomorrow. Mrs. J. H. Phillips is general chairman of all the services. The elementary school held a service this afternoon at Grace Methodist Church, under the leadership of Miss Mary Rice, of the school faculty, and Mrs. Gerould Klinestiver, of the Keyser Church Council. ' The. program Included call to worship, Janice Lee.Fisher; poem, Nancy Compton; litany and choral reading, Dale Cozatt, Mary Roth, DiAnn Welshonce, Judith Ravenscroft, Lowell McDonald and Janet Jewell; hymn, John Burgess. Ronald Kuykendoll, Michael Montgomery, Theodore Eilbeck, William Boor, Sharon Martin, Emma Bennett, Janice Lee Fisher, Joy Suter, Nancy Compton, Patricia Ryon and Darlene Bill. Ushers were Harold Carvey, Kenneth Moore, Richard Landis. Lawrence Ashenfelter,.Donald Sanders, John Rotruck and Paul Baker. Brief Mention . Mrs. Lester Oates is a patient in Potomac Valley Hospital. Ross W.'Prysock, Main S'treet, is confined to his home with a sprained ankle. . Registration Planned WESTERNPORT — Registration of residents eligible to vote in the state primary May 5 will be held at ;he Westernport Council Chamber Monday and Tuesday, March 10 ar1 11, from 6 to 9 p. m., according to James Estel Kenny, member of the Allegany County Board of Election Supervisors. Dimes Donation Noted GRANTSVILLE—A donation of &15 from the Grantsville Motor Service Company was omitted from! ;he recent report issued for the | local March of Dimes campaign. Hyndman HYNDMAN, Pa.—Mrs. Frank Smith and daughter, Elaine, Pittsburgh, spent a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Corley. CharlesHarclerode, who was a patient in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, has returned home. Mrs. Blanche Wills, Buffa Mills, spent several days with relatives here. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Evans were Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick and family, Cumberland. Mrs. Howard Cook is a patient In Allegany Hospital. Cumberland. Mrs. Glenn Mowry Is a patient in Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harden and son. Baltimore, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Harden. Miss Patricia Owens, student nurse at Memorial Hospital, has entered the Veterans Hospital at Fort Howard, Md., for three months training. Cpl. Robert Miller. Inriiantown Gap, spent several days with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Miller. Louis and William Moore, State College, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore. Mrs. Stella Mason is visiting in Lewes, Del. Mrs. A. G. Crabbe returned from i Baltimore where she visited rel-1 atives. Albert Shipley Feted At Party Program Features ;Mr. axu! Mrs. Chris Bnx*ey and HomemakeP8 Meet j children, Mrs. Rudolph. Tewell and [daughter, Donna. CHANEYSVILLE, Pa. —Albert R. Shipley was honored a recent evening with a covered dish supper at the community hall on the occasion of his sixty-fourth birthday. Attending were Mrs. Albert R. Shipley. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaffer and daughters, Jeanie and Marietta, Mrs. Elery Smith and children, Louise'. George, Edward, Donald and Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shipley -and children, LeRoy, Eugene, Norman, Percy, Caral and Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and children, LaDonna, William and Leona, Mr. and Mrs. Alton K. Wright, Rev. Walter Twigg, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Clingerman, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Shambach, Mr., and Mrs. Harvey Bivens, Richard Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clingerman and son, George. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller, Marshall Leasure, Fred Tewell, Mr. and Mrs. John Yokum, Mr. a>nd Mrs. Marvin Pennell, Johnson Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Trail, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Means, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Elmer Walters, FROSTBURG — The Midlothian Mr. and Mrs.~Wilbur Dicken and Hornemakers club met recently at children, Doris, Joyce and Thomas, 'he home of Mrs. Blaine Willetts, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ruby and with Mrs. Anthony Ritchie presid- From 12 to 15 bushels of apples are required to produce a barrel of cider. The Island of DJerba in the Mediterranean is believed to ba UlyuW' land of the lotus eaters. ! daughter, Thelma, Mrs. Russell Ing. _ „ *"* * ajl wa5 * wered by mem- Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ratcliff, Mrs. Wayne Bennett, Harley Brown- . ing. Wood O'Neal Ml. i Loretta **™ telling something pertaining to Brockey, Dewitt Henderson. Mr. and Valentine ' s D& y <* Washington's or Mrs. Peter Kiser, Janice Leasure and Helen Bennett. Hyudman Schedules World Day Of Prayer HYNDMAN, Pa.—A community World Day of Prayer service will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the Church of the Brethren, with Mrs. Edgar Brown as leader. This year's theme is "Christ, Our Hope." The service will be divided into four parts, which will be conducted by the women of the Methodist and Evangelical and Reformed churches and the Church of the Brethren. There will also be selections by the members of the various churches. birthdays. Participating In the program were Mrs. Durward Skidmore and Mrs. Willetts, with the latter displaying handmade articles Including a ps.inted card table cover, neckties and a hooked rug. Mrs.. Mason Dlehl modeled a skirt made by Mrs. Ksnnsth Rltflhls. The next meeting will be held Thursday, March 30, at the home of Mrs. Anthony Ritchie. A white WISHING Prayer Service Set GRANTSVILLE—A union World Day of Prayer service will be held tomorrow at 8 p. m. at Grantsville Reformed Church. Registered U. S. Patent Office. 4 W U 5 A 2 N 3 Y T^ A 6 E 7 S 1 N 8 T 7 S 6 R 3 L. 2 O 5 G 6 1 3 5 T 2 L 5 S 4 L 2 F •7 R 4 O 3 i 8 G 2 S 5 R 8 A L 2 " C & A 4 H 6 A 3 F 3 A 8 R G C •? H 8' r 7 H 6 H b E 8 B 1 E & U 4 E 6 R 4 E 2 E 3 H 4 M 5 E 1 L 8 N 7 U 6 E 7 R rj B 8 A I •i N 3 S t P & T 3 2 U V 5 E 8 G' 3 N 'i O R 7 E 5 U 3 T 2 I (i A i 5 R 3 P 2 I 6 Y 5 rr l C 6 H 4 E 3 A T 4 P H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message everyday. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or> more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every on* of your key numbers, left to right. Then,, read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. . •, Ceprrlfht. im.. by Willlim J. Miller. Dhirlbut«4 by Kl»« Ftiturn, Inc.2'2& r Red Cross Campaign Will Start Saturday KEYSER, W. Vs.—Rev. Robert L. Bridgers, chairman of the Red Cross in Mineral county, has announced that the annual fund drive will be launched Saturday, with Joseph Heare as chairman in charge. The B & O campaign for the Red Cross will begin tomorrow. "Fada" Radio & Television Dealer Guaranteed TV Service and Installations Martin's Radio & T-V Service 102 Walnut St. Phone 53-J Frostborg Beautifully painted rooms — So quick - so economical with Super Kemtone Gal. $4.98 Qf. 51,59 Lemmerl Bros, Paint and Hardware 149 E. Main St. Frostburg Phone 360 WE DELIVER STORE HOURS — Daily - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. WE HAVE 1952 FISHING UCENSES Boron is found In nature in many compounds such as borax but never In the pure state. Now*« tfoe Time to Buy WALLPAPER £7 '2.00 Kitchen, Bed Room, living Ream Kayser Wallpaper Shop PHONE 3161 MAIN STREET KEYSER, W. VA. Luggage Reg. $19.98 to $55.00 Now $12.98 to $35 OF FROSTBURG BABY NEEDS! TODDLER CLOTHES! AND OTHER WEARABLES FOR CHILDREN! Now you can provide for Spring and Summer needs for Baby, Toddlers, and the Younger Children at savings never before offered this early In the season. New Spring stocks are in and included in this Sale. Staples as well as Novelty Items at prices you cannot afford to miss. Reg. $2.29 Dry-N-AII CREEPERS 'uw Patented treated fine comb yarn fabric. No plastic panti needed. Stay dry when Baby welt. Will net chafe. REGULAR $3.49 Phillipine Embroidered DRESSES & SLIPS REGULAR $179 Phillipine Embroidered INFANTS DRESSES REGULAR $1.29 Phillipine Embroidered DRESSES & SLIPS REGULAR $1.79 Phillipine Embroidered INFANTS KIMONAS .... REGULAR 19c Embroidered Cotton INFANTS BIBS . . '. 2 $1.88 $1.28 88c $1.28 ,., 25c $1.89 Judy ..Pull-Proof CRIB SHEETS Fint quality 180 count pircal* »h«et». San- foriied againit ihrlnkagt. Jut! jllp on, no tucking. FH« all crib mattreuei. No ironing. REGULAR 59e Cotton Receiving BLANKETS 44c REGULAR 79c Cotton Receiving BLANKETS REGULAR $2.98 Pepperell Cotton' CRIB BLANKETS REGULAR 39e 18 x 27 Inch Size RUBBER SHEETS REGULAR 79c 27 x 36 Size RUBBER SHEETS 58c $2.19 28c 58c REGULAR $12.95 BATHINETTES S 8.88 Hardwood frames. Water-proofed Droning Table, Water proof reinforced tubs, complete with accessory, pockets. SALE OF TUMBL TOGS OVERALLS . Sizes 1 to 4, Plisse Crepe with ruffled trim, tri-colored checks. PLISSE CREPE SHIRTS Sizes 2 to 6x, Plisse Crepe, Western print! in red and yellow. Regular $'1.39 Values PEDAL PUSHERS Sizes 1 to 4, Sanforized Denim, various colored plaid trims. $1.09 SPORT SHIRTS Short ileevei, long pointed collart, larg* poctcatt, whit* sanforized broadcloth. OVERALLS Elaitic back, double bibi, fly front openingi, adjuitable tui- penderi, aSnforized chambray, 88c $1,00 and $1.19 Values ; Boys' Overalls $1.69 Values 2 to ft, Sanforized blut Denimi, clastic C dark back, fly front openings, double bibi. 1.44 Toddler Coveralls 1.98 Values S-M-l, plain twill pantft with plaid gingham ff topi, patented map cratch as, Snnforiied, 1.74 BOXER SHORTS TWO pockeli, dark blue San- foriied Denimi. BOXER SHORTS Two pockets, Limt, Blt*t, Coral Sanforind Dtntmt. TODDLER OVERALLS Siiet S-M-L, Sanforiied blu* ( Chambray, double bib. BOYS' PAJAMAS Cotton Pliite Crept, S-M-L. Pink and blue prints en white. Toddlers' Sleepers Plitse Crepe one piece r drop teat, Juvenile prints. Toddlers' Pajamas Two Piece cotton Plisse Crepe. Sizes 2 to 8. Regular 89c Vol. Regular 75c Vol. Regular $1.29 Vol. Regular $1.98 Vol. Regular $1.59 Vol. Regular $1.69 Vol. . 710 64c 99c 1.74 1.34 1. Regular $9.95 BASKENETTES Mad* of finest loom-woven fibrt, Interior! lined with smooth iheet fiber. Detachable, adjujtable hoodi. Plnlc or blu< trim. REGULAR $5.95 100% Wool BABY BUNTINGS REGULAR 59c Infants' Flannelette KIMONAS & GOWNS .. REGULAR 69c Infants' Flannelette KIMONAS & GOWNS . . REGULAR $2.9S Infants' Flannelette SANDMAN SLEEPERS . REGULAR $3.98 Rayon Multi-Tuft SATIN COMFORTERS .. *3. 44c ..54c '1.99 '2.99 Regular $10.95 TAYLOR TOTS Still Dlic Whoeli, rubber bumptri, play tray with colored beadi, package carrying puih handUt. REGULAR $3.29 Multi-Colored Chenille CRIB SPREADS ...... REGULAR $7.98 Utility and Diaper SHOULDER BAGS ____ REGULAR $1.00 Quilted Plastic BOTTLE HOLDERS REGULAR 59e Infants' Protective DRY FOLDS ......... REGULAR $1.39 Chix Paper, 70's DISPOSITE DIAPERS .: 2.44 '2.19 88c 43c 68c Regular $12.95 PLAY YARDS Hard, smooth finished high!/ polished maple play yords that can be folded. Sturdy wood floors. Fashioned of run-re»i»lant royon with / dainty lace trim and ribbon mierti. Blue, t '*<4. white, and pint. Regular 65c \ Values BALLERINA RAYON PANTIES 44C Boys' & Girls' CUTIE PANTIES Pink with luce trim for girli, ond blut with rolled • dgai for boyi. Double od- 1 "' fott dr y'"g> «o«y .-,._; to wash. Regular SI.49 Values Regular $3.49 Girls' 100% Nylon SWEATERS Regular $1.19 Girls' 4 to 14 POLO SHIRTS Regular $2.98 Girls' 4 to 14 CREPE GOWNS Regular $2.98 Girls' Sally Mason BROADCLOTH BLOUSES . . Regular $3.65 Infants' Keep-Warm FEEDING PLATES S 2.44 89* S 2.19 S S 2.54 Fruit-Of-The-Loom COTTON SLIPS They conn )n sizat 4 to 14. Fin* sanforiztd fabriet with dainty trim i. White only. Usually Sell For $1.00 . .., 77c NEW NANETTE TODDLERS' DRESSES Sixei 6 to 18 mo. $1.98 Vol.. $2.98 Vol. $1.44 $2.18 89c Dioper Shirts $3.98 Sweater

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