Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 7, 1957 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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Tri-Stute Area (10) Evening Times, Friday, June 7, 1957 Illustrated Talk Given' Homemakcrs FHOSTBURG — Mrs. Kllcn Timcrman. a representative of (he C & P Telephone Company, gave an illustrated talk before (he Froslbtirg Hoincmakers Club recently al Slate Teachers Col- Keyser School Graduation Set Sunday Evening KEYSKR—Commencement ex crciscs for the first graduating class from St. Frances Parochial School will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 in Church of the Assumption. Rev. Kenneth Rizer of Norfolk, Va., former pastor of the church Jege. She showed the effects of "7 ° , 'T,. , •• light on color in the home andH ° U H", , ' ', Vi also how to choose colors to the',®. v f the ^drcss and present the best advantage. diplomas. Benediction will fol- Mrs. .Marion Skidmore, presi- I' , , ... drat of the club opened the! Graduates include Nancy Chic- mceling with the Homemaker's^f 1 "" 0 ' Dozo1 ^ Crabtrce, Patri Creed. The history of the hymn, cia Rice, Thomas Conner, John "Fairest Lord Jesus" was given Glan ton'o. G. Michael Harber, by Mrs. Harriet Griffith and the' Wllllam I'inlhicum, William Mil- hymn was then sung by the !cr ' William Parrish. Joseph group. jSagal and John Wolfe. Mrs. Laverne Kerr reported on! Students, attired, in caps and the program that has been plan-^Sowns, will also attend high mass ncd for June 17-22 at (he Uni-j in a body Sunday at 10 a. m. versity of Maryland, Collcgc'K cv - Joseph llirsch, pastor, will Park. jbe the celebrant. —Mrs, Alice MillPt^_tamily life! Class_ night activities were chairman, gave a talk on "Grow-jhetd" yesterday ih~"STMary's ing Older Gracefully." She point- Hal). Attendance pins and ed out how early training and en- spelling awards were presented, vironment influences a pcrson'S'A program was given -by Ihe behavior in later years. She alsoisevenlh graders, showed how lo keep active and| Preceding the program a din- interested in the people and;ner was served the Eighth Grade things around us m order to en- graduates by Ihe Calholic Wom- joy a happier older age. an ' s club Guests altending this meeting were Mrs. Fred Fredelta of California, Mrs. William Stewart, Mrs. Charles St'gler and Miss Hosanne Langhans. Misses Leanna and Clara Layman will entertain the club at the June meeting at their home. Others serving on the committee are Mrs. Clara Lehr, Mrs. Evelyn Lemmerl, Miss Eva Lewis, and. Mrs. Virginia Logue. To Mark Anniversary LONACONIN'G-Mr. and Mrs. Alberta Beeman will observe thier forlielh wedding anniversary Sunday, June 16, from 1 to 5 p.m. wilh open house for relatives and friends. RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES - Frostburg - Appfiance Center 65 E. Mom St. Phone 60 {Power Mower Sale: $579, now $44.88; <8. 8 - S99.95 now $69.95! EASY TERMS DEZEN'S !x( To F/oilburi, National Banlc, 8 West Main Street SERVICE IN IHE REAR Board Plans- Meet The Mineral County Board of Education will hold its regulai meeting in the Keyser High School vo-ag classroom adjoining the school bus garage just south of Keyser at 7:30 p. m. June 18 r or the purpose of considering She enactment of an ordinance imposing a fee on the recording of deeds and other instruments of transfer. County Superintendent of Schools S. T. McGee said the meeting would be open to the public if anyone wanted to speak [or or against the proposed ordinance. The ordinance was made pos- iible through action at the recent session of the Legislature, which permits boards of education tc impose a fee of $2.20 for each valuation of $500 on the recording of deeds and mortgages transferring title to real and personal property offered for filing anc recording in "the Mineral County clerk's office. Assistant Superintendent E. M. Welshonce said it was estimated that Ihe new tax would bring in about $12,000 annually. He saic this would far from meet the new increase in teachers' salaries recently granted by the board which will amount to 525,000 an nually. Initiation' Tonight FROSTBURG—Calanthe Tern pie 3, Pythian Sisters, will hold an initiation today at 7:30 p.m. in the Jr. GUAM Hall, Broadway. All members of the stafi are to wear long white dresses, according to Norma Fazenbaker who will preside. Refreshments will be served by Grace Thomas and her committee. Central High Class Plans Meet July 1 LONACONING — The first re- inion lo be held by the Class of 1911 of Central High School will be in the form of a dinner Monday. July i, at 6 p. m. at the VFW home. Of fifty-six members in the •lass, all living, over 80 per cent lave indicated by letters anc rards that they plan to atteiic his sixteenth anniversary reunion. Edward E. Nolan, class iresidcnt, has appointed Harold W. Mover, June Merrbach Wat enschaidt, Bernadette Devlin irown, Mae Marshall. Gertrude Cutler Marsh, Calherine Meyers Monica Woods, James P. Gowans, Thomas Timney and Dettj Duckworth Davis to make ar- •angements for the celebration. The committee will ho!d meeting Monday, June 17, at P- Jn.-a!_lte_VFW home. Any other members of the class wish- ng to help with the program may attend. Reservations must be nade by June 17. Members oi he class having school pictures data or school papers of their class are asked to bring them to he committee. Service Slated A Children's Day worship ser vice will be held Sunday from 1:45 until 10:45 a. m. at Firs ^resbytertan Church with the regular service following at m. n and planning to attend the approximately three miles out of'-iv r i Rura Women's Short Course at Oakland. The demonstration wil J ° Grilll »n'C From A -"Children's Day" sermon will be given by Rev. C. H. Cos torn at this service to be attend ed by families attending together and sitting as family groups. Coney Eastern Star Program Set Tonight WESTERNPORT-Memhers „ the past matrons and past pa Irons caravan of Western Mary land will Jie honored guests a Ihe meeting of Bethlehem Chap ler 14, Order of Eastern Star, ii Hall today a the Odd Fellow's 8 p. m. Mrs. Marie Allenda ir. Cumber land, and Thomas Powell, Frost burg, president and vice presi !.£(, ON OFFICKRS INSTALLED - New officers of Cecil Randolph Post 271. American Legion in Frostburg, are shown following their installation (his week. Seated at the table are Harold Dorsey, chaplain; George Wailes. vice commander- Paul Carter, commander; Raymond Jackson, adjutant and Mervin Garrett Area Women To Attend RWSt OAKLAND — Those inlorostpH <*ar<vt r,» tv,n e?...~ii— r^-,n, •-. . . Edwards, finance officer. Slanding are Charles Bender Mountain District vice commander and member of Grantsv Me Post 2H; Franklin Ball, historian; Charles Green, colorbearer James Green, sergcani at arms and Melvin Eichhorn, area commander and past commander of Farrady Post 24, Frostburg . in ! or , cs . ted cate<i °<> «» Swallow FW1« Road, he University of Maryland in- jer; Mrs. Paul Kinsingcr, Grants- vine; Miss Ida V. Engle, Grants ville; Mrs. Mrs. D. W. Klolz, Grants- Mrs. Bayard W. Miller, Helen 1. Prichard, Mrs. Dorlha Jane Davis, all of (he Casselman Valley Club of Grantsville; Delmar iMarlin. Kitzmillcr; Mrs. Kennclh E. Bidder, Oak 'and; Mrs. Harry Friend, Oakland and Mrs. William Rogers Mt. Lake Park. The women will have a Irip to choose for Wednesday alternoon, June 19, from (1.) A round-trip by boat lo Mt. Vernon and possibly Marshall Hall and (2.) lo Ihe Smithsonian Insliiute or any of ;he nearby buildings, including Freer Art Gallery, National Art Gallery and Ihe Museum of Natural Science. Transportation from Garrett County is always a problem for those going to RWSC. A few drive, others go by train from Oakland and others join the Allegany group leaving by railroad coach from Cumberland. Demonstration Set There will be a beef fitting and showing demonstrations conducted at Tomar Farms Thursday at -• * —« >i*.~ yicsi-7 p.m. (DST). Tomar Farms is dent, respectively of the caravan, owned by Tom Johnson and lo- will speak. Mrs.. Tcssic Meli tyre, worthy matron of BethL hem Chapter, and Lewis Biggs worthy patron, will preside. A program entitled "Because oi You" will be presented by the officers of the local chapter. Refreshments will be served. of .... 'ill be to show _ ors for the Garrett County Fair iropcr procedures in fitting and flowing of beef animals. Boyd Whittle, of the University if Maryland Animal Husbandry Department, will conduct the lemonstration. All persons inter- 'sted in exhibiting or learning ibout the fitting and showing of >eef cattle may attend. Event Scheduled There will be another dairy fit ing and showing demonstration conducted at Gerald Glotfclty's arm, McHenry, Wednesday at 7 p.m. (DST). John Morris, of the University f Maryland Dairy Department, vill conduct-the demonstration. Men's "obejon" hats worn in northwest Argentina are made of wool and flour. ' Thomas Willelt was (he first' English speaking mayor of New York, 1565-157. [: HOTP01NT APPLIANCES and TELEVISION R.T.S. Appliance Cenier 197 East Main St. Phone T485 WEEK END SPECIAL FIRST FLOOR WINDOW SCREENS 12 x 33 ALUMINUM Combination Doors Reg. 539.95 SPECIAL $ 29 95 SECOND FLOOR CANNON TOWELS 15x27 2 for 49$ 20x40 2 for 79c BASEMENT White Cross Brooms Top Quality SPECIAL 1.69 each MARSHALL IUMBER COMPANY, INC • MILLWORK • HARDWARE . • GLASS • ROOFING • INSULATION • WALLBOARD • CEMENT • SAND • LUMBER lonaconing, Maryland HOmaitaad 3-5B71 The demonstration will ake place at the sale barn. The >_ demonstration potential exhibi Bililc Institute -FROSTBUKG-^Mtss—Janet Rose Kidwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Kidwell, Eclfhart, will be graduated from Philadelphia Bible Institute to- Swim Lessons Slalcd Vt Frostburg Pool FROSTBURG <- For the third 'ear swimming instructions will he given at the Frostburg Com- iiumty Pool by Maureen Manlcy onior life guard— - - — There will be two classes- Beginners and also a conlinua- 1011 class lor those who have tad previous instructions in the Dr. W. Robert Smith, chairman, department of philosophy, Bethel College, St. Paul, Minne. sola, will address the commencement exercise at Tenth Presbyterian Church, Tenth and Spruce Street, Philadelphia. Diplomas will be awarded to 90 candidates. 69 from day school and 21 from evening school. Philadelphia Bible Institute is an accredited member of the Accrediting Association of Bible Institutes and Bible Colleges. v • ~.MJJ. . will IJU Jin Wednesday and close on Sat urday, June 22. JO-LE-KAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS 10 Ib. No, 1 NEW POTATOES 47c STEAKS - 79? SIRLOIN 'AND ROUND A POUND ONION SETS ::::::.. 10c SEED POTATOES V 9 TcFCOLFWATERMELOiiS" AT ALL TIMES A POUND A Bushel PARKING LOT IS OPEN AT CORNER OF GRANT & MAIN {ENTER MAIN - EXIT GRANT) Hampton Will Assume Post KEYSEH — Gray : Hampton, Presbyterian Assembly's Train- 'ng School sludcnt of Richmond, will assume his dulies at Keyser Presbyterian Church for the summer as assistant. Hampton, a native of Hunling- ton, was employed by Ihe telephone company in Charlotte, N. C., before entering training for religious work in the field 'of Christian education. He is also a naval officer, having seen duly in the 1'ar Easl on the U.S.S. Estes. He was also on the staff of Admiral Dufek in "Operalkm Deepfreeze" in Ihe Anlarctic. The newcomer will assist in the program of the Keyser Church and also al McCoole Community Church and Limestone Chapel, lie will have responsibilities in Ihe field of youlh work. Ox-Roust Planned Four-11 clubs in Mineral County are sponsoring an ox-roasl to be field at Camp Minco near Reese's Mill on Saturday, June 15, from 4 lo 9 p. m. Proceeds from this affair will be used for furthering the developing work at Minco Park, for 4-H members and other recreational and educational activities. r> - » in iJlgllJ Registration may be made by fraternity Manlcy at Jurg 621. ^Indent Honored PIEDMONT - Miss Gertrude Hudson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hudson, East «~».uiio iu MJC iina. uayiiiuMu ?"!'; "ill he-Hampshire Street, was elected to Gamma Chapter of (he Alpha Phi Sigma, honorary scholarship at Mary Washington Fredericksburg, Va., J — •• il " ^*""^6^i 1 I cutl IVJI^SUUlg -cet or by phoning Frost- where she is a sophomore nursing major. rand MAKE FATHER'S DAY And Every Other Day Of The Year ENJOYABLE with a BERK-LOUNGER RECLINING CHAIR IN BOLTAFLEX AND FABRIC COMBINATIONS PRICED FROM THE Phone 265 DURST CO. 2 East Main Sf. Al USED GARS Weekend Specials 1947 Plymouth T.dor $]2500 1949 Chevrolet ™° $24500 1952 Chevrolet 5 , "•" $57500 1953 Ford 8tyl c^., .) $34500 (Sed. D«U 1953 Ford .p 0> ,.c.« nhy Sedan, on« owner, excellent condition. 1954 Ford c.,,. m . „,. F. Door, radio, healer. FM $114500 1954 Plymouth ,.,,, Tudor, radio, Heater, Hy- D ' ive $97500 1955 Chevrolet V8 Eel-Afr Tudor, Rodfo "- $159500 1956 Ford Fairlon , vit . To i m, Radio, Heater, Ford - O - Matic, Power Steering. $214500 1956 Ford 8po . jc _ ry Sedan. Heiskell Motor Sales Phone 79 Frostburg PUT YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER AND SAVE with MAURICE'S RIGHT-PRICE POLICY SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS DURING OUR GREAT HOME FURNfSHINGS SALE! WE'RE OFFERING THE GREATEST VALUES EVER IN • LIVING ROOM. FURNITURE • BEDROOM FURNITURE • KITCHEN FURNITURE EASY CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED TAKE UP TO 18 MONTHS TO PAY THIS HANDSOME CHAIR SPELLS COMFORT FOR DAD ALL YEAR ROUND FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 16th Choke of Colon This Choir Reclines and Swivels, too. 4995 Perfect for TV viewing ... for relaxing after dinner, and to add a smart note to your room. 9 PIECE SOFA BED LIVING ROOM OUTFIT 159°° An oulslandrng value. o««a includes Sofa Bod. .Matching Chair. 2 End Tables. Co fee Table. 2 Table Lamps and 2 Sofa Cushions. Regular ,99.00 Value. Bui hurry _ these outfits won't last long at this Low-Low price' ENGLANDER HOLLYWOOD BED OUTFIT 5995 Famous "Englander" Hollywood Bed outfit Include Box Spring, Mattress, Frame and Headboard. Twin Size only. Regular 79.95 Value — Save Now! SHOP EARLY _ SHOP LATE _ OPEN SATURDAY T.LL 9 P. M. - FROSTBURG AND KEYSER

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