Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 7, 1957 · Page 9
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FItOS TBURC-KE YSEB 'And Tri-Stntv Arca News (9) Evening Times,Ividay, Jure 7, 195T State Teachers College Faculty Member Resigns r FflOSTBURG - President R. Bowen llardesly, president of Frostburg Slale Teachers College, has announced lhe rcsigna- ,lion of Dr. Alice K. Schuster of ^he History Department of the .college. Dr. Schuster, a native of Pitts- Cresaptown Fire Fighters Given Awards CRESAPTOWN — Awards were presented lo 15 members of thci Cresaplown Volunleer Fire Com-! pany at a recent dinner at (he! Fire Hall, the awards being made to those who completed a basic course in fire fighting techniques burgh, lias ac'cepted"a "position ? s & P aasafed by the Fire Service on the leaching staff of Slate ^ x!cn , slon ot lhe University of Teachers College al Edinboro.i A1 f yla " d ' . . Joseph Wenrich was inslruclor Red Cross At Lonaconing Facing Serious Problem LONACONlNG-The Rert, Cross at l.onaconing is facing a serious problem with its failure lo rally artd Margaret Ann Moor.ey. Others present were William t-upis, Howard Ilutcheson, Peggy - •" >"iij .<u]>ja, iiu\v<nu iiiuciiesou, 1'eEfiv support of (he blood program, Uogie, Carol Struck. Gary Marsh, am is appealing to all residents'Gregory Miller, Jean Sprinkle; •AlMl rtraamvaf rnn* In 1 I . > I. • . v. ,. .... _ * »»*«»^f and organizations to lend 'their cooperation. At the visit of the bloodmobilc Tuesday, only 39 pints of blood were donated. Dorothy llcilshey, Dallas Ours, Thomas Lancaster, Kalhleen and Mary Lee Rrant. Bonnie Zarger. Mrs. Mary Jane Thrasher arid '' y DR. ALICE K. SCHUSTER To Annul Convoiilion PIEDMONT - Members of Kelly-Mansfield Post 52. American Legion, who plan til attend (lie Tcntli District convention at Romney Sunday are asked in be ready to leave the post home a( 10:30 a. m. iticiii.r.i • c"i;~", "-- lools '"] Robert Smith, senior instructor . tsburfih, ,„ Schenley H i g I, tm t | le u of M Extension Service •icliuol Ihere | ami liistory in West- presented cards lo William v' minster College, Pa. [Anderson, Gordon Bowman " Cur hlic Das been a member of lhc,|i s Cox, Joseph 11. Davidson, Earl faulty al I'rostburg Slate since K. Davis. Harland A. Lasher Jr ..September, 1351. Dr. Schuster al-'KrancLs 11. Nicholas Rov J Tav- so has sopnsorcd the Student lor, Calvin B. Walberl 'ixiuis R Christum Association over a pcr-jWinter and Arthur E. Winters !0<1 of yeartymd has been advisor Certificates were presented lo to the cheerleaders and other or-; Francis Boor, Paul Holler and : sanizations. [Thomas L. Montgomery, each of] Members of the Social Science .whom completed 39 hours of the A AWAltDS DINNER HKJ.D— Shown above is a picture taken at the sportsmanship award dinner given hy (be Itomney Moo.se Clul). Scaled, left lo rigtoi, are Amy" C. l.oy. super- intendetil of Hampshire County schools; Wesley Abrams, Romncy Jligli ' School coach; Hohcrt B. Harper, principal of Romney High and William fiooinslHirg of (be school faculty Standing arc Ralph C. Dusic, Ralph Sanders Jerry Hjimws, Quentin Barncll, freshmaii coach at Wcsi Virginia University: Steven Wilson, Romney High; .Charles Buemi. Wcit Virginia School for The Deaf; Paul Heavner and Donald llannas. Romney HifOi ami John 1'ojiovidi, UVsl Virginia School for The Deaf. Hanmis received a Hold wrist waich as lioni- ney High's outstanding football player of 19.il>. llcavner, runncrup ior (bat honor.'received a pen and pencil sel. Wilson of the Pioneers was presented a walcb for being voled the school's top basketball player and Hannas received a pen and pencil sel (or runner-up honors in thai category. Buemi was awarded a sold wrist walcb as the outstanding athlete at'the School for The Deaf and Popnvicb. runner-up at the same school, was given an award. Mrs. Betty llolshey. The tolal would have been over Drier .Mention M if a doctor had been available! - Nlr - all<1 ' xlrs - Waller Green, .between noon anrt 2 p. m.. T[, e Mrlingl<m. \'a., and Mr. and Mts., jdoelnr scheduled lor duly duringi j : ^ Hurlley,. Vienna, Va., were jlhe two-hour period was unable ito report due lo an emergency, [and 15 prospective donors could ;nol wail until at 2 o'clock. There were 22 volunteer walk-ins, |;' II rejections, only four first lime visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Zarger. > -.mini Mr - and Mrs - Ellsworth Rusa doctor arrived! 4C "' Barl "n. received word from their daughter. Mrs. Richard Alexander, of I.aVale, that she hospitalized al Robertson' donors and one replacement. Most of those donating blood are Memorial Hospital. Rcvenna, Ohio, following an auto accident.. eu route on a trip to Indiana. is suffering from a fractured broken ribs and a badly Barton Man Sentenced Barton man who llyndman HYNDMAN - William Kennedy has returned home from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, after being treated for a severe B « Sava 8 e Inn. Allend|i"S were Dr. Hazel Ramsay, Dr. Brief .Mention . - , Harold Crawford has moved his ____|and Mrs. Thomas Baucom, Dr. family from Cumberland to (heir Winters, 12 was arrested Monday in connec- laceration of his right hand, lion with an auto thcfl and Iwo Mr. and Mrs Rolwl r,,nn CONDON'S SHOE STORE Authorized Dealer FOit POLL PARROT AND JUMPING JACKS Shoes for Infants and children JO W. Main St. Fioilbunj Phone 890-J __!and Mrs. Howard L, Briggs and Alfred Taylor. ,'I'o Visit Hawaii ! PIEDMONT - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Hudson and daughter, Gertrude Ann, East Hamp new home on Me.Mullen Highway Mrs. Elizabeth Higgs is a patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. shire Street, visit Mr. and ELLERSL1B — The Ellerslie School picnic will be held tomor- row at Constitution Park. A - ..... - ....... ...... , ,,.„, ;1I1 . „„„ . Mrs. Hudson's son and daughter- chartered bus will leave Grifin-law, Lt. and Mrs. Suler Hud- fey ' s slorc at JO:SO a. m. son, and their son, John, in Ha- . . Marcia Sealer, Lee Ann Cook, , , - , where the naval officer is *- arr y Fuller, Kennelh Connor, 'Mationed. They led yesterday! Fred Rcith and Tcrrence Erne- Male Chorus PrograiiFSet regular volunlecr donors. Two Barton donors joined lhe ^ Gallon Club. They are Walter ;J aw - broken ribs and jStafford and Paul Johnson. Two 'sprained ankle. Gallon Club members were also ~" > — added from ilonaconiti". They; > AA^AAAAj.** arc Harold .Moore and Harold!/ n /-\mrn<- Connor. *} FLOWERS Physicians on duly included Dr. Leslie R. Miles and Dr. G. E. Berry.—- for All visited Mrs. Cleo Kennedy. ,- ,....„ «., t L-,iu-rt-u uie ia»ie. uames were George Henry, son of Mr. andi- >lark>s Kvangelk-al United Hre- played anil prizes won by Susan Mrs. Jack Henry, is a surgical j Ibren Church here Sunday eve- Sliding, Mary Margaret Thrash, at Memorial Hospilal,:ning at 8. |er, Carol Ann Miller, Hila IlHcbic The chorus was organized ten ' —=r- . y e yeseray crrence rne- ...... «"' ••" "i-v-n via plane iroiii Washington for ric £ »' Cf e members of the grad- Trooper Willis San Francisco. They expect to Baling class al ilt. Savage High P lct ' loud was dl -ireliirji home June 28. .School. porlcd stolen fr< Retread Your Own Tires lowest Prices jn Town ONE DAY SERVICE F A I R ' r f\ I IV Phone 495 ATLANTIC SERVICE E. Main af Depot- School. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Lowery and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lowery and daughter visited in Washington. Louis Myers and son, Wash- accidents e three motor violations yesterday and sentenced to a year in the Maryland House ot Correction. Magistrate Donald \V. Mason patit-m al suspended the sentence for Stan-'Cumberland [ov Rnhprl Mpflmirl a« Kn icf I "— -•>".«-' ...uj M, ^om^m ici wanted bs the FBI in connection! *"V a " d *"• ll<wartl Salterpcars ago and has presented pro with IransnnHim, , , ' tn i™ SV 1 " 1 /amil - v hare nl<)TOd <° Akron, grams in many churches m «™T.M n r H^i beT«L.* Ir ;.^ ri . ^' * dward Ev .-» 'W—Clarence Houpt held in County Jail. McCloud received Ihrce months for reckless driving, six months for failing to slop after an accident involving property damage, and three months for driving without an operator's license. illis Foreman said driving a car re- -- from Keyser when he smashed into the rear of a car on -Route 220 near Rawlings. McCloud, who was accompanied by James Preston. 78, of Keyser, continued on after the Birthday Parly Held , Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Zar-^ ^ ELLKnsLIK—The male chorus' EC1 " e "l e rtained their daughter,j*< •from Third Evangelical United Karc "' wil1 ' a r> ar| 5'.°" ">« «<••->« [Brethren Church, Alioona. will, ca *'°" °' llcr n ' ntl1 '>'''""Jay- | >* jprosonl a musical program at St.'ccnlerpd°the M,]™ Games were *J or I-OCCASIONS Fieih From Oui Grt«nhoUM PHILLIPS' FLOWER SHOP Broadway — Froilburg lormtoii.ng — HO 3-3131 OPEN SUNDAY 'Till NOON and family. Cleveland, are visit- ng Mrs. Albert Evans. Air. and Mrs. Kenneth Reed, Arlington, Va.. are visiting Mrs. Mabel L'merick. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Coughenour. ...„ „ .,„.„. ind son returned (o Arlington City." I.I. Williams recently re- after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rus-|lurncd from overseas where he soil Coughenour and Mr. Mrs. Dallas Snatlcr. • jaccjrlent and headed toward ar e 'visitin g "Mr."and"Mrs.!?r ci '! e " 1 A „ : - Herbert Myers. jShorl Gap. On lhe way to Short Mr. and" Mrs. Curtis Hickle' Gap <he car ovcrlurr «'f | . caught WHAT IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL WAY TO REPAINT MY HOU^E? (check the correct answer) :and daughter visited relatives in Charlotte. \. C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chevuranl, Fairmont, W. Va.; Joseph Myers, iUSN; David Myers. Karnungton, ,W. Va.; Madona Robinson and jMildred Anderson, Pittsburgh, nd Mrs. Ida Gapen of Morgaji- own were recent guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Myers and Mr. nd Mrs. Merle See. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Savage nd Mrs. Effie Stahl, Oakland j isited Mrs. Grace Myers. Mrs.' lyers is spending some time! vith Mr. and Mrs. Merle See! nd son. D IM i BIG BROT IKE lEFl-OYEI PAINIFROM OtO JOBS D IB£ MOCK'S WE COAT HOUK MIKT Of course, it's Moore's One Coot House Point... it soves you both time and money! Moore's One Coot House Point gives your house long-lasting beauty., .covers in o single coat over previously painted wood surfaces in good condition. Think of the fobor it saves! If goes on quickfy and evenly . .'. levels Oui and hides old colors excellently . protects your home for years! Moore's One Cool Home Paint is first lo offer wide color choice os well os while! $•7.25 ' Gallon Benjamin Moore We cordially invite you to consult us about any painting questions. We are always af your service. LAYMAN'S HARDWARE 37 East Main, Frostburg Phone 1560 We Giro S&H Grepn Stompj overturned, demolished. fire and was The two men returned to Barton, where they were arrested by Tic. Harry Bosley. For Rent: 1 room apartment, private entrance — private bath, utilities furnished. Apply 164 West Main Street, Frostburg. Adv.—N-T-June 7-8 SHOP NOW FOR FATHER'S DAY! USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY The Coffman-Fisher Co. Lonaconing Md. Dodge-Plymouth Sales & Service Froslburg Auto Go. Phone 350 - 351 "TH£ HOUSE Of COURTESr" fOR OVER 30 YEARS director and Klmer Baker, presi denl of lhe chorus. The local church choir will sing a selection also. LI. Kennelh Wil Mams of lhe US Marine Corps will sing a solo. The Holy recently re andiwas a member of the Okinawa jChoral Society. SUMMER'S FAVORITE CHANGE - ABOUT SHORTS & TOPS MARY CAROL SHOP s PLAYSUITS Children $7.98 Oiili $2.98—SJ.fS Golfing Jackets Sixes 12-20 — $2.50 evrst FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Large 2 doi. "65c VEATSTEAK Ib. 85c CHUCK ROAST Ib, 45c Engle Brothers PS. 50 17 VI. Main Si., FrailWa Holmes & Company • LONACONING « HOW TO MAKE DAD POP WITH PRIDE! We've got the gifts for the Dad in your Iffe . . . fajhion-right wcarablei thor compliment his taste . . .and yours! HOMING'S- n EAST MAIN ST. PHONE 921 FROSTBURG WEAR McFarland Motors SAFE BUY USED CARS 1956 Mercury M . nl . r J1953 Mercury •4 Dr. 9 Pan Station Wagon. Gicen & Wh.ti Fully Equipped—Oni Owner. ibli. Penlmmon—M«r. Eadio, Hiatvr, EleUric V/in- dew* & Stol. FuHy Pt-tondi- tioned. 1955 Mercury M..,. J 10K r^ 4 Dr s.do. 7 Ton. >.„. _ 1951 Mercury 4 Or>« Own« Radio, Co Sedan. Blu« — Radio and Over<jriv«. Oaor H.ot.r 1955 Mercury M . Bh 1951 Chevrolet Hardlop Coi/pt. Gr««n A VVhilB. M«itomotit. Radio, \ M«a>er. Ont Owner Cor. ! Delux Ser md Owird'i Sedan. 110 1954 Buick Super 7 door 1949 Mercury 1953 Ford T-T Grctn 4 Door Sidan. 5 Ton* Tan and! Btown. Radio, MenT«r, Ovtrdrjv«. 1949 Mercury 51 dan. Clean, Radio, McFARLAND MOTORS r BANK 147 Green St., Frostfaurg BANK TERMS Phone 700 TERMS We have a box o/ DOLORES TRULY cnndy & 2 PALACE passes /or the one writing us, Box 23, Froslburg, telling ,-us t)ic homerun leaders in both leagues to date (winner .'• • drawn). "Shower" winner passes: C. R. Senders, Ridge- ','.'. ley, Mrs. Von Newkirk, Frosthttrg. Cake winner: Peggy :-• Lewis, Eckhart. Passes: Bobby U'iKianis, Froslburg, .".".:; Susanne S/ioiip, Cioiibcrloiiri. Like your milkshakes thick & rich? Let UNCLE LU'S TASTEE . FHEEZ, lit. 40, make you one. Delicious sundaes, too. ' '" ****** WENNER'STUDlOTKcyserrwilt-copy-any-photograph-you-vv'islit—^~ a treasured picture of your mother-in-law or your ole hound U, dog, for $2.50, same size as original. • '*-**•*•* •": Go into ELI,IS CONFECTIONERY, Westernport, and let that cigarette connoisseur, June, pick you out a carton for Dad's '. Day. He'll love her selection. * * * * * Give Dad the best. Buy it at BURTON'S 1.AVA1.E STORE — open noon to g p. m.;'. Plenty of free parking. *-****. : : .Surprise Dad wilt) an eleclric shaver from JIOSKEN'S. Most corrtplefe selecfion around: Reminglon, Sunbeam, ScHick, Ron-' son. Bulova k Norclco. SH.95 up (with trade-in). Give those oul-of-lown guesls an extra special treat, take them -.. to dinner at STOOP'S RESTAURANT, Frostburg. ***** . : v WAGNER'S DRUG STORE. Westernport. can help you solve your Dad's Day gift problems. See their Lentheric products and Williams &• Kingsmen's sets. ***** -' ' Make the FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK your place lo save money. Open an account today ... a "bank of the people " ****** Bugs eating your flowers i vegetables? Better see 1'RICHARD'S for insecticides and fungicides to gel diseases too. ***** forget your cleaning problems. Lei CITY CLEANERS, Pied- mojit, do a professional job on your drapes k slipcovers. *.**** Have BABP, INSURANCE AGENCY, Keyser. 25791. insure you against bodily injury or damages from an uninsured driver. ***** June Brides, record your big event for posterity in a beautiful album from DENNISON STUDIO, Picdmonl. Ca'll 23031. ***** Father s Day cards, .\nrcros.s. of course, are now beautifully displayed at the GIFT SHOP. Buy early for best selection *.... * *' * * Look your loveliest for Ihose Spring banquets i dances with a ~ chic hairdo from PAT'S BEAUTY SAI.ON. Call .300 in plenty of lime for your appointment. How you doin', Pat? ***** \Ve saw ice cream freezers at LAYMAN'S. 4. 6 & 8-qt. sizes. Ideal for summer days. Buy one & the kids will love you. ***** Small monthly paj-mcnts are available on automobile purchase plans at the LIBERTY TRUST CO.. Lonaconing Br. See them first when you buy your next car. ***** Select your fresh fruit from the TOLL GATE FRUIT MARKET'S fine, fresh assortment: cherries, plums, grapes, bananas, anything you want. They're on Rt. W. Drive in. ***"** Ucre so glad we discovered DASHIELL'S wonderful milk i dairy products. You call 1103-5761 and try them. The KROSTBURC APPLIANCE CENTER has the best TV or radio repair service around. Call Leo or LcRoy at SO Get the best ... set the smooth, sweet i sassy new Chevie at I.l'OWlCK'S GARAGE, Keyser. R. E. KIMMEL'S. Picdmonl. have Dad's Dav cards Kay \\oociic pipes, electric shavers i shaving outfit.' "etc *"'*.* *"""* Shop conveniently where you B ct the mnst for vour money at ALBERT'S SUPER MARKET, Crystal Parkon'KI. W. Plenty -of free parking and SS.-H Green Stamps too ***** Get your car serviced by Alvin or Jay at HENOR1CKSO.VS SI.IUICE STATION. UValc, «):erc they sell Sunoco. ***** .^a\e money for yr-ars <Sc years wilh a ne\v Rcvco freezer from ™!^, E \' S i , SCC lhCm '" LaValc ' I ' A2 -' i W' or \Yeslcrnport '291901. Ask for a proof-demonstration today r . ***** i.om» on a busmen trip or just a vacation? Then lake a port- . able Olympia typewriter with you from KEYSER OFFICE 6LPPLV CO.. I.VC. Phone them 28731. ***** hlnp m LAV.M.K RKXAI.L DRUG SIORE and look over their outdoor items. An easy and convenient place to short. The kiddies all love the BARTON COW and lhe luscious dairy : Ireat-s (hey gel. Drive Ihere, Rt. 220 (o Keyser. Give Dad the finest in shirts . . . Arrow, summer weight white '' or colors, only $4. at DIXON'S. Piedmont. ***** ".. Before starting that June vacation, be sure to fill U o with ' Amoco gas at KLLIS SERVICE STATION, Westernporl . ... , *****. vie always discuss our insurance problems with A. F. GREEN j INSURANCE, Lonaconing. Call them at 110 3-5221.' ' ' I ,***** ' your hot do;;, Dortha? KAYK & KAE

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