Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 29, 1952 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, February 29, 1952
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FROSTBURG - KE YSER And Tri-State Area News (13) Evening Times, Friday, February 29, 1952 Church Club Planning Annual Program For St. David's Day '! FROSTBURG — The annual pro] gram in honor of St. David's Day ! will be sponsored by the Pioneer Club of Welsh Memorial Baptist "hurch. The program will be pre- uctited at 8 p. m. Friday, March 7, at the church. The program will include organ selections, "The Hallelujah Chorus," and "Andante in "G," by Mrs. John Stewart. The Madrigal Singers from Frostburg State Teachers College will present four selections. They include Betty Ann Harma and Darlene Bra"in, sopranos; Harry DIehl and William Neff, tenors; Dorotha Brown and Charlotte Barringer, altos, and Frederick Eichhorn and Vaughn j Dullabaum, basses. An instrumental trio, Mrs. John Stewart, Miss Datha Thomas and : Rudy Winkler, will play "Andantino" and "Largo"; vocal selection by Miss '• Betty Ann Hanna will include "Jesus, Lover of My Soul"; remarks, Rev. Karl Kauffman, pastor; duets, 'Arthur Thomas and Francis J. Hummer, "Spring is A Lady," and "You Tell Me Your Dreams," solo, Francis Plummer, "The Open Road"; vocal solo, Miss Betty Ann Hanna, "Bless This House," and hymn, "The Church is Our Foundation," by audience. The program will conclude with , refreshments served in the form of ' a Welsh tea party in the Sunday School rdbm of the church. Program Features Music Club Meet FROSTBURG—The Junior Notes Music Club met a recent evening at the home of Sandra Loar, Frost Avenue. Oliver Rephann, president, presided and reports were presented by Marie Goebel, secretary, Anna! Grace Baer, treasurer. Karl Nickel reported on the swimming party held recently at the Cumberland YMCA. A program included duet, Sandra Loar and Anna Grace Baer; Norwegian concerto, Marie Goebel; "Water Nymphs," Carol Ann Bean; "Gypsy Violine." Ellen Richardson; "Traumerci," Karl Nickel; claret solo, Howard Lemmert; "Pastorale," Oliver Rephann, and accordion solo, Colleen Festerman. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held March 5 at the home of Oliver Rephann. Officers will be elected. Benefit Dance Slated Tonight LONACONING — James P. Love Post 92, American Legion, will sponsor a dance tonight at the post home, with proceeds to be donatjd to the heart fund campaign. A program has been arranged- with Joseph McGreevy as master of ceremonies. James Monahan Jr. and Leslie J. Clark are members of the program committee. The local 4-H Club unit will make a canvass of the homes in the community tomorrow morning. Mrs. Christina Spiker is chairman, of the sale of the lapel "hearts" at the benefit dance tonight. Mrs. Spiker, Mrs. Andrew Nieols and Mrs. Helen Saup are in charge of the canvassing committee. Mrs. Eilbeck Moses, Mrs. William Keating and Mrs. Patrick Nolan are members of the program committee. College Clals Visits County Sylvan Retreat FROSTBURG—The Mental Hy- g'ene Class of Frostburg State Teachers College, and its instructor, William C. Van Newkirk, yesterday visited Sylvan Retreat, Cumberland. The group was conducted on a tour of the retreat by Miss Jeannette Bonig in the absence of Raymond Messmer, superintendent, and Mrs. Messmer. Students of the class include Ricia Benna, Joyce Fike, James Jones. Margaret Michael, Margaret Robinson and Gwen Turnbull. Highest in Quality Lowest in Price Fresh Meats from COBEY ENGLE MEAT MARKET Froitburg Fhont SO —We Deliver— Shotver Held For Eckhart Newlywed ECKHART —Mrs. Dolores Coleman, a recent bride, was honored a recent evening with a miscellaneous shower held by her grandmother, Mrs. Laura O'Brien. Guests were Mrs. George Wright, Mrs. Gurney Coleman, Mrs. Edward Harden, Mrs. Pearl Spitznas, Mrs. Glenn Pryor, Mrs. William Atkinson, Mrs. Gilbert Race, Mrs. Clarence Shea, Mrs. Ethel Seiferth, Mrs. Marie O'Brien, Miss Veronica O'Brien and Miss Patty O'Brien. Gas Company Sets New Line To Mt. Savage MT. SAVAGE —The Cumberland and Allegheny Gas Company is installing a new four-lnrh line from Frostburg to Mt. Savage to replace the present three-inch line which upplies the town-. The installation on Calla Hill was ompleted some time ago and work n the Church Hill section is now n progress. , Class Fetes Members The Young Peoples Fellowship of St. George's Episcopal Church honored two of its members, James ,eo Crump, who was discharged rom the Army recently, and Robert 3rump, who had been a patient in he Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. .Guests were Rev. G. Stanley Schwind, rector, Mrs. Taylor Mor- •ison, Mrs. Raymond Himmelwright, larol Miller, Joan" Sweene, Carol Sweene, Joan Logfdon, Peggie Sweene, Jackie Earth, Dotty Jo Jweene, Joan Goebel, Nancy Cooley^ Catherine Crump, Carol Yutzy, Margurite Neder, Robert Hess, Elmer Rice, James Arnold, Ronald Neder and Donald' Neder. Brief Mention The Little Baseball League will ponsor a social in St. Patrick's Hall Wednesday, March 5, at 8 p. m. Miss Annabelle Malloy, who is employed by the Western tTnion in Washington, is spending a 'week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malloy. Miss Malloy recently spent several days in Thomas, W. Va., where she was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Neil Lothes. Miss Kathrine Grahame and Miss Jolleen Boyle will leave tomorrow for Tatnpa, F!a., where they will spend two weeks' vacation. While n Tampa, they will visit Miss rrahame's brother, Walter Grahame. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Bartlv enter- ;ained recently at their home, Foundry Row, with a party in honor of the third birthday of their eon, Edward. Ladies Guild Plans Lenten Meet Monday FROSTBURG—The Ladies Guild of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will, hold a Lenten meeting Monday at 8 p. m. at the Church. Mrs. Earl Blough, president will be in charge of the devotions. The program will include trumpet solos by James Barry, accompanied by Mrs. Marion Charles, pianist. Refreshments will be served by a committee consisting of Mrs. Harry Shupe, Mrs. Bertha Arnold, Mrs. Carl Layman, Mrs. Jessie Phaff, Miss Grace B. Shaffer and Mrs. Laura Glime. THE A. J. LOGAN CO. Designed to meet the exacting demands of modern hotels- Popular for years — novo a belter value than ever! Backed by 70 Years expen. cnce in building Quality Bedding. 1 2 E. Main St. MATCHING $ BOX SPRING MISS MAPLE QUEEN—Miss Gloria Stevanus, 17-year-old student of Meyersdale CFa.) High School, last night was selected as Miss Maple Queen of 1952 at a contest in the auditorium of Windber, Pa., High School. She will reign during the fifth annual Somerset County (Pa.) Maple Festival, April 18-20, at Meyersdale. Miss Stevanus was selected from a field of 13 candidates. Tri-Towns Rotary Club Holds Annual Nomination; 12 Named Church Group Plans Mission Study Class KEYSER, W. Va.—The Woman's Society of World Service of Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church will hold a mission study class Sunday evening. Mrs. L. G. Bridgers, Potomac Park, Md., will lead the study on the book, "Beside the aearthstone." The study will take the place -of the regular worship service. Prior to the study session, a covered dish supper will be held at 6 p.m. Those attending are to bring own table service. Parly Honors Youth On Third Birthday WESTERNPORT—Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Patterson recently entertained with a party in honor of the third birthday of their son, Richard, at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Corbin. A large birthday cake centered the table, surrounded by miniature plastic baskets which were given to each child. Tfiose attending were Gary and Rhonda Liller, Jeanne and Margaret Ann Hill, Susie and Judjf Shay, Rachel and Kenneth Ross Gerry Ann Machln, Richard Blackburn. James Raines and Patricia Patterson. Revival Being Held FROSTBURG — Rev. J. Percy Trueblood, evangelist of Hartford N. C., Is the speaker at a series of services at the Church of the Nazerene, being held nightly through March 2. Rev. Mr. Trueblood is known as "the man. with the photographic mind." Returns From Hospital BARTON—Mrs. Maude Kirk returned from Memorial Hospital Cumberland. Guaranteed RADIO SERVICE Pick-up and Delivery W* Carry A Complete Line of Tuboi and Repair Parti ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO. 19 Union St. lonacontng Dial 3567 PIEDMONT, W. Va.—The Tri- Towns Rotary Club held its annual nomination of officers at a recent meeting at the Potomac Hotel. Six the 12 nominated will be electee at the meeting Wednesday, March 5. The newly elected board of governors will assume office July 1 and will then name the officers for the coming year. Those nominated were Alfred Benna, Dr. Robert W. Bess, Glenn Boyd, G. Harley Dixon, Carlisle Wisher, Edmund Getty, Raymond C. Hudson, Robert Kimmel, Jr., Benamin Mamolen, Dr/Donald McCoy. J. Milton Mclntyre and Elmer J. [haver. John Thomas, a member of the Barton High School faculty, told how the new Core curriculum operated in Allegany County (Md.) schools. He was introduced by Alfred Benna, principal of Barton School, and a member of the Rotary !lub. Glenn Beall Jr. of the Frostburg club, extended an invitation to local Rotarians to attend a Ladies Night dinner at the AH Ghan Shrine Club, mmberland, Tuesday night, March 18, in observance of the anniversaries of the Grantsville Friendsville clubs. and Reunion Event Held By Lonaconing Family LONACONING—A family reunion was held recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rowan, Water- cliffe. Mrs. Rowan's sister, Mrs Frank Nichols and her son, Raymond, Topeka, Kans., arrived by plane for the affair. Guests were Mrs. Donald Cole. McCoole; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sai- lada and family, Bert Rowan, Jr.. Albert Munro and Norman Johnson, all of Pontiac, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. John McGee, Baltimore; Mr and Mrs. Llewellyn and family. Hagerstown; Mrs. Charles Layman and family, Frostburg, Miss Shirley Rowan, Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. James McGee and daughter Lonaconing. Fire Report Presented For Frostburg Company FROSTBURG—Woodrow Layman chief of the Frostburg Fire Department, reported a busy month for the fire company. The most unusual thing about the calls was that six of them were grass fires. Layman reported one building, four flue, six grass, one false alarm and two car fires. The calls were made on 12 different days, and two alarms were turned in on two different dnys. Tivins Entertained At J&irihday Party FROSTBURG — Mr. and Mrs George Elliott, 220 West Mechani Street, entertained Wednesday eve ning in honor of the fifth birthda of their twin daughters, Geraldin and Darlene. Games were playei and refreshments served. Attending, were Wilma Wilson Vicky Wilson, Sandy Wilson, Dian Youngerman, Pricilla Eis'entrou Madeline Eisentrout, Joey Smith linda Jean Smith, Julia Ann Ed monds, Lois Jean Myers, Beth El .iott, Mrs. Mary Myers, Mrs. Mildre Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Engle, 'Fran cis Elliott and Carolee Mackay. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. William Geis, 60 Seall Street, announce the birth of a son this morning in Miners Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Winner, 126 Walnut Street, are the parents of a son, born yesterday in Miners Hospital. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Nolan, .Route 1, yesterday in Miners Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pryor, Hope Road, announce the birth of a daughter yesterday In Miners Hospital. Elotarians Fete Soy Scout Unit LONACONING—Boy Scout Troop 6 was entertained Wednesday night t a dinner meeting of the Lona- -oning Rotary Club at the VFW Home. Fred R. Sheeley, president, wel- omed the guests and introduced Leonard Johnson, scoutmaster of Troop 26, who In turn Introduced ,he scouts and the new assistant eader, Daniel Grable. recently re- eased from the Marine Reserves. Scouts present were Donald Amoureso, Jack Ricker, Harry J. Warniek, Earl Steiding, Ray Trost, Paul Kelly, William Rooney, Melvln Klipstien. William Barclay, Lester Reiber, Gerald Llewellyn, James Craze, William Abbott, Robert Hyde, Edward' McCormick, Jack Duckworth and James Lupis. Lowell Sowers, the speaker, spoke on "The Nature and Composition of ,he "Universe." Plans were made to transport the scouts to Camp Potomac this weekend. Joseph McGreevy, scout fund chairman, announced that a report on the drive will be given at the next meeting by the captains of the fund teams. They are R. O. McCullough, James McElvie, J. Bradley Marshall and Clarence McKenzie. Miss Shirley Burt has been invited XD act as pianist during trie absence of Joseph Derry. Two guests were ""present from Frostburg, J. Glenn Beall Jr. and John Sleeman. t Brief Mention The Ladies Bible Class of Firs: Presbyterian Church will mee' Monday evening. A donation of $22 was voted to the March of Dimes fund at a recent meeting. The drill team of the D. of A. me recently at the IOOF Hall, with Clara Fones, Charlotte Moses and Tiny Wilson as hostesses. A busi ness meeting was followed by a social hour. There will be a dance at the Re publican Club tomorrow evening Music will be by the Helen Petto Trio. The Central Boosters Club wi: meet Thursday, March 6, at 8 p. m. instead of as previously announced. Installation of officers will be held. The WSCS of First Methodist Church will meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Mrs. Joseph H. Weddle, Flintstone, sister of Mrs. John B. Bradley, Gill's Hill, is a patient in Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Miss Marian Hadley returned from Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. William Moffatt, East Main Drive Exceeds $2,000 Quota FROSTBURG—Mrs. W. O. McLane, chairman of the local March of Dimes committee, has announced HUNTINGTON. W. Va. — </P) — tnafc Frostburg went over the goal Japtain N. B. Stanford of the Ma- of j 2 _ooo in the recent drive. The rine Corps recruiting station says total arnoun t collected was $2,051.52. he armed forces could use some contributions made since the last of that dead-shot skill displayed in | repor t include Elks dance, $50; Marines Seek West Virginia Sharpshooters Racoon Hollow. Looking for recruits, Stanford' .oaded a Hght plane full of litera-j ture and with Sgt. Francis V. Jos* line, ex-combat pilot, at the controls, flew over the Hollow dropping leaf- j lets. Suddenly bullets popped around! us," said Stanford. "One 'pinged 1 j into the cargo hatch. We dropped what folders we had left, took DAY, $8, and VFW. $5. ijCWO Accepts New Members FROSTBURG — The Catholic Women's Organization of St. Michael's Catholic Church hetii a social evasive a-jtion, and got out of there meeting Tuesday evening in the K. of C. Hall. Mrs. Vincent Bollino, Jr., president, presided and reports were presented by Mrs. Ronald At- fast." •• Raccoon "Hollow is on Tug Fork, near the Kentucky line. Stanford said, "those rifle boys Wnson, secrtary, and Miss Mary were good. We hope they'll come in and sign up." Dinner Honors Family Of FAO Representative GRANTSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs.' Emous Wamick were recent guests of Mrs. Addle Coddington, Frlends- ville, at a dinner given in .honor of Mrs. Warnick's brother, J. W. Coddington, and family. Coddington recently obtained a year's leave of absence from the University of Arkansas to serve as a member of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations at Bankok, Thailand. The Coddingtons later left "by plane from New York for Rome, where the FAO headquarters is located. a patient in Memorial Street, is Hospital. Alex Patton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fatten, East Main Street, returned from active duty with the Marine Reserves. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dickerson re-] turned to Washington after visiting] relatives. I Mrs. Alvin Gentry is home fromj Memorial Hospital. Brief Mention Mrs. Harry Edwards and daughter, Mrs. Gordon Kite, Cumberland, attended a tea this afternoon by Gov. and Mrs. McKeldin in Annapolis. Mrs. Marshall Landis entertained the Tuesday Night Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. H. F. Broadwater. Honors were won by Mrs. Harry J. Bender, Mrs. H. L. Pettit, Mrs. Byron Bender, and Miss Beulah Engle, a guest. Other guests were Mrs. W. C. Grimm and Misses Ida Engle and Viola Broadwater. The Ladies 500 Club was entertained a recent evening by Mrs. O. J. Glotfelty. Honors were won by Mrs. John Hauft and Mrs. Harry Edwards. Mrs. A. C. Stanton, Oakland, a former resident, who was a patient ih Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, has returned to her home. Parise, treasurer. Mrs. Harmon Arnold led a recitation of the rosary and a penny collection for the six fund was collected by Miss Laverne Higgins. Father Francis Montgomery spoke on'the forthcoming centennial of the parish and "How the C.W.O. and the Sodality May Participate in This event. Any member of the parish who has relatives or friends, who at one time were members of St. Michael's Church and have moved away, are asked to give the names and addresses to members of the C.W.O. Candidates taken into the organization at the meeting were Mrs. Catherine McDonald, Mrs. Mary E. Jackson, Mrs. Catherine Blake, Mrs. Loretta Whetstone, Mrs. Angela Rafferty, Mrs. Beatrice Thomas," Mrs. Bertha Laurie. Mrs. Mary De- Marino, Mrs. Mary McGuire and Mrs. Helen Cain. ..... The membership drive is still open-; and women wishing to join are to contact a member of the unit. Contributions were Red Cross and approved for the. the Pony League. Refreshments were served. A business meeting will be held Tuesday, March 11, at 8:15 p. m. in the Ki of C. Hall. Engagement Revealed OLDTOWN—Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ricewick announce the engagement! of their daughter, Betty Rosalie, to Robert W. Rlley, son of Mrs. Helen Riley, Keyser, W.' Va. The wedding will take place in the near future. 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