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IIIOSTIM lit, - KEYSER And Tri-State Area News (7) Evening Times, Monday, March 3, 1952 r A E s et ". J J S' a tie er- til liv 5 d. *er. irs 34 5 : im eg! 5 1 n i > k )ut ite 'en 55 V :> fee. State College ~ Group Attends Towsoii Event FROSTBURG—A group from the women's physical education department of Frostburg State Teachers College represented the college in a. sports day program Saturday at Towson State Teachers College. The local college group reached Towson Friday night in time for the evening meal and later that night w ; ere guests at a pajama party at .the college. The contingent participated in basketball, bowling and badminton competition with teams from other colleges. Members of the Frostburg basketball team were Phyllis Hamburg, Colleen Kreger, Carolyn Browning, Mary *Manley, Delores Gillard and Nellie Pulk. Those comprising the badminton team were Rebecca Lohr, Ann Wilson, Dolly Burrel, Gertrude Weaver, Mary' -Ellen Slite and Betty Jane Cllngerman. : The bowling team consisted of Shirley Greene, Martha Frank, Roetta Wilson, Patricia Halloran and! Delores Fowler. The group participated under the direction of Miss Lillian M. Wellner, head of the physical education department of Frostburg State Teachers. Brief Mention The Frostburg Girl's 4-H Club will meet tomorrow afc 7 p. m. in the Day Room of Frostburg State Teachers College for a sewing work - meeting. Club members and their mothers are to attend. The Young Men's Republican Club Auxiliary will hold a card New Group In Election Race At Westernport Better Fishing Program Set At Deep Creek OAKLAND — Considerable improvement in fishing conditions in Deep Creek Lake were indicated i in a recent letter from tlie Inland 1 Game and Fish Commission to the Garrett County members of the • General Assembly, following a meet- j ing of the legislators with Ernest i Vaughn, director, at Annapolis. WESTERNPORT—A new slate ofj The letter was written to confirm j candidates has entered the March 31 j the conversation which the local election contest here. i group had with Vaughn. The slate is headed by Harry; He indicated that the proposals Welsh, the present commissioner of; w hich Dr. Thomas G. Bennett and lights and water, who has announc- members of the Property Owners' ed as a candidate for mayor. Others on the ticket are Harry Richards, Association of Deep Creek Lake had made, as well as others of the dele- present street commissioner, Rayigation were in line with the corn- Elliott, William Jones and Joseph I mission's plan for improvement of laskeep. fishing in the lake for 1952. Welsh, who attended St. Peter's and Hammond Street schools, coma correspondence school Vaughn pointed out that James Charles, district fish manager, had been instructed to establish re- FILES FOR ELECTION—Richard "Dick" Hays, Westernport, has announced as a candidate for city commissioner on an independent ticket for the biennial election March 31. A veteran of World War II, Hays has pledged a memorial to the war dead of the community. pleted course in electrical engineering in Sstrictcd fish p ropa g a ti on spawning 1922 and for the past six years has| af . eas jn ljmKed and isolated zones party at 8:30 p. the clubrooms. m. tomorrow in Barton Choir Has Election BARTON—Officers of the choir .of Barton Methodist Church were .elected at » recent dinner at -the church. Mrs. Mae Smith was named president; William Frankenberry, vice T>resldent; Helene Snyder, secretary, ;tnd Sally Hyde, treasurer. The group, under the direction of Prank Metz, is rehearsing for a f&ratata to be presented Easter Sunday evening. "Attending the dinner were Rev. Wendell Allen, pastor. Mrs. Allen, v 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Metz, Carolyn .iirid William Harvey, Sally and Wil- : T!am Hyde, Shirley Chappell, William Frankenberry, Sue McConnell, ^Elizabeth Yates, Sylvia Andrews, .Helene Snyder. Gertrude Broadwa- ••ter, Mae Smith and Mr. and Mrs. are the rrn tstt d • to.: i b 'Of thi n, >ns fan ats hat ard fir pe em tb in ;ret 'Til i ,ide irra riou ry nat nne [ten "TT ar d.s -po th th th ut ide "In ms' IVff. J.JQ 'inonia. a,!, ^Miss Ruth Mowbray, daughter of l( j I 'Mrs. Elsie .Mowbray, Is a patient in flxf ^Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, '' inhere she is a student nurse. Her -condition is not serious and she expects to leave for Sykesville in a ; few days to complete her training. •jThe Ladies Guild of Barton Pres- '•'tyterian Church will sponsor a '"public supper March 12. -"-i.Mrs Henry McDonald Is recovering at her home from attack or flu and pneumonia. Birthday Party Fetes Woman MT. SAVAGE—Mrs. Nellie Hotch- Itiss was honored recently with a birthday party. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diehl and sons, Bruce and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Diehl and son, Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Diehl, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flanigan, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Emerick and daughter, Barbara Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Emerick and daughter, Barbara, Mrs. Jacob Lewis and daughter,- Patricia. Mrs. Ella McDade, Mrs. Freda Bowers and son, Gary, and Arthur. Anne, Thomas, Jean and Davis Hotchkiss. Metz. , s(i Brief Mention -..."SMr. and Mrs. Frank Metz .confined to their home with -flu. . -f Miss Shirley Kantor i* ill at the home of her parents. "-""Mrs. Jack McDonald, Norman "Guthrie and Mr. and Mrs. James ' Dawson, all of Hyde's Corner, are Recuperating from the flu. ;' Mrs. Olon Magruder, Garrett ^county is ill at her home with a ievere case of flu. " * Sheridan Barnes is slightly im- from an attack of pneu- e,P Th< TIO: it:- 1 )Ulf ittlr ,8.c Thi B Cpl rs. ron: Thi eek tal, itie hlle .ritr Sis ear 'Circle Meetings Set ,. ; PIEDMONT, W. Va. —Piedmont Circle of Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Kimmel. 56 Ashfleld Street, Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. The Luke Circle will meet at the home of Miss Jessie Smith, 120 West Hampshire Street, at 8 p. m. Wednesday. .Carpet Woven—$1.25 Yard. Curtains • Stretched—30c Pair. 212 Center Street, Frostburg. Adv. N-T. Feb. 29—Mar. 1, 3, 4. 5 The Brief Mention Officers Club of Rebecca 'ivi "Wanted to Rent—Four or . Five room house with bath and heat in | 'Frostburg. Phone 633-W. j Adv. N-T Feb. 29—Mar. 1-3 i Arnold Chapter No. 57, Order Eastern Star, will meet tonight at the home of Miss Lola, Lewis, Columbia Avenue. Rebecca Arnold Chapter will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the Junior Order Hall with Mrs. Dora Burch, worthy matron, and Joseph Jenkins, worthy patron, presiding. Following a brief business session, the chapter will entertain members of Kemp Lodge No. 154, A. P. and A. M.. and their wives. Old Rail Post No. 6025, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will sponsor a social tonight at 7:45 at the Post Home. The Mt. Savage Volunteer Fire Company will sponsor a social in the Fire Hall at 7:45 p. m. tomorrow for the benefit of the new truck fund. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfister, Columbia Avenue, announce the birth of a daughter February 23 in Miners Hospital, Frostburg. Cresaptoivn CRESAPTOWN — Mrs. Bliss Friend, Brant Road, recently underwent an operation at Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. Mrs. Ada Peters, McKeesport, Pa., Is visiting her father, Edward J. Kammauf. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Snyder returned from Fairmont, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hershberger veturned from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harley Harris, Fairmont. Mrs. John Walsh and son, Jerome, are visiting in Baltimore and Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roblnette returned from a vacation in St. Petersburg. Mrs. Annie Shank and son. William, visited in Augusta, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winter and children returned to Bible School, N. y., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Harris and Miss Faye Miller, all of Fairmont, visited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. George Fltchctt and children and David Shank returned to Sunny Hills, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Duckworth and son, of Baltimore, attended the funeral of Frederick Maphis. The Young Adults of Cresaptown Methodist Church will sponsor a program, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the church. An offering will be received. Hile Wolford. who is stationed with the Navy at Norfolk. Va., spent the weekend with his wife. Mrs. Wanda Noland returned to Pittsburgh after spending the weekend with Mrs. B. E. Hinrichs. operated a radio and music store' on Washington Street.. Previously, he was employed as an electrician with the Glenn L, Martin Company in Baltimore and the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, Cumberland. He is the father of three daughters and a son, and pledges town improvement and co- aeration with council in any effort at will result in community betterment. A newcomer to politics, Elliott is manager of the Potomac Club Formerly employed by the Mastellar ;oal Company, he was a member of the Union Mine Workers of America. He has served for a number of years on the board of trustees of the Potomac Fire Company, is a member of the Lions Club and the Upper Potomac Rod and Gun Club. Jones, a graduate of Bruce High School, also is a member of the Lions Club and has played in the Tri-Towns band. Making his first venture in politics, Jones is a technician in the laboratory of the Celanese Corporation of America. Employed at the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, Inskeep is a member of the ;IO Papers Workers of America. For several years he has played with the Westvaco team in the Bi-State Baseball League. Married and the father of a son. Inskeep is a veteran of World War II. Richards, who is campaigning for reelection, is a retired construction foreman of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. His knowledge of construction work has helped him .n building, street and bridge projects. Welsh says that all five members of the ticket pledge to work for industrial improvement in Western- sort. Well aware that the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company is backbone of community prosperity, he added, the ticket will support cooperation with the company. The ticket also endorses continued support of the police department and council for the protection of school children and continued support of the schoolboy patrol. The ticket also advocates resurfacing and laying of streets and roads, parking improvements and close cooperation with new- home builders in any future planning for community improvements. to the end that, a maximum of fish spawning would be experienced with a minimum of hazard or hardship to fishermen or power boats. "We expect to place rock brush shelters in at least 30 feet of water to provide a safety factor of 10 feet of draw-down and 20 feet of propeller clearance on th»se underwater structures which should provide protection and spawning areas tor the pan fish. We plan to renovate the McHenry . dam so that forage fish production will be forth coming this season." Vaughn county delegation that concerning ;he haulage of forage fish (gizzard shad and golden shiners) for stock- ng the reservoir, that 5,000 adult Ssh, nine inches or larger, and rain- DOW trout would be stocked in Deep Creek Lake at three different dates during the weeks of April 7 and 21 and May 5. These fish are to be purchased with funds from commercial hatchery and would allocation for and Garrett county. Should the trout program prove satisfactory, Vaughn felt the commission would be able to increase the allotment on this fish. Practice Alert Held By Frostburg Outpost FROSTBURG—Frostburg Outpost 24-B participated in a surprise alert yesterday morning. The post was manned minutes after the alert sounded, according to Adam Kalbaugh, chief observer, who added that the post remained in operation until late afternoon. Kalbaugh said 13 members of the post participated in the exercise, and said the practice was considered a success in view of the inclement weather. Additional members are needed by the outpost, Kalbaugh stated, especially volunteers from second and third-shift workers. Volunteers can enroll at Bollini's Barber Shop. RED CROSS DRIVE LEADERS—Plans have been completed for the 1952 membership drive in the Frostburg area for the American Red Cross. Mrs. George M. Young, (seated center), is chairman of the drive. Other campaign officials, seated left to right, are Mrs. J. C. Cobey, chairman of the Frostburg Red Cross Chapter, and Mrs. Arthur Roe, zone captain. Standing in the same order are Mrs. Kathleen Todd, Frostburg Red Cross Motor Corps; William L. Lewis, chairman of the county drive outside of Cumberland, and Mrs. Amer Suter. zone captain. -Elcction Officials season." T /"" ** also declared to thejl/l, (jrCtrrCtt be over and above Western Maryland Meyersdale Hig/t Student Named 1952 Maple Queen MEYERSDALE. Pa.—Miss Gloria A. Stevanus, 18-year-old senior student of Meyersdale High School, was selected as Somerset County's 1952 Maple Queen in a contest Friday night at Wlndber High School. She was chosen from 13 contestants representing various county high schools. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Stevanus, Meyersdale, she hopes to enter nurse's training after graduation. The new queen will be crowned at ceremonies here during the fifth annual Maple Festival, April 18-20. Miss Ruth Louise Walker, Somerset, and Miss Joan Patricia Knapp, Conemaugh Township, were selected as maids of honor. The other ten contestants will serve as members of the queen's court. Judges were Miss Priscllla Hendrix, of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette staff; Miss La Verne Burkett and Miss Victoria Smith, both of the Johnstown Chamber of Commerce; Mark Lazarus, president of Lazarus Inc., Cumberland, and Samuel Cozad, commercial manager of Radio Station WDYK, Cumberland. •Master of ceremonies was James Martin, Cumberland radio announcer. Get Pay Increase OAKLAND—The Garrett County Board of Election Supervisors recently approved a higher rate o£ pay for county election officials, Robert Sincell, board clerk, announcing the base pay had been increased from S7 to $9 per day. The pay for ballot counters has also been increased, from S1.50 to 52 for the first hundred and from SI to $1.50 for each additional hundred. Sincell said the board is also considering an increase in rent for buildings used for voting and registration. As many public buildings as possible are used, Sincell added, but in several of the districts none are available. . Money for the increase in pay of election officials was included in the budget granted by the county commissioners when they laid the levy. The budget is $16,000. a record high. It means about a 30 per cent increase in the pay of election officials. There are 150 election workers in the 25 voting precincts. .There have been many complaints in the past because of the small amount of pay. Appointees, by law, must serve unless .incapacitated by ill health or infirmities of age. The board members, William L. Gibson, Benjamin F. Knepp and Grover C. Stemple, said the names of workers would be published about April 15. All election officials, the officers of registration, judges and clerks, are required to sign a statement that they are not engaged in subversive activities. There will be a county registration on April 29, preceding the primary election which will be held May 5. Sisterhood Plans Lay Health Project CRESAPTOWN— The AEL Sisterhood of Cresaptown Methodist hurch met recently at the home Ruth Fox co-hostess. The group approved plans for the donation of aaby clothing to the local Lay Health group. Injures Leg WESTERNPORT —Mrs. John Graney, 82 Main Street, who injured her leg in a fall yesterday morning, was admitted to Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, for observation. Admitted To Hospital WESTERNPORT — John Hughes, who injured his shoulder in a fall, was admitted Saturday to Allegany Hospital, Cumberland. OIIUICII will &JJU11SU1 it i —,. . f "Musical Memories," at Weatherproof Ab rdei ati( COO) erv A- iat nle; riqr iafi M las' f t :ou lot TOl Jha M naj on A ne; or< on Old Fashioned REVIVAL Now In Progress! Assembly of God Church Kitzmiller, Md. Sarvic*! Will Continu* Evtry Night Except Monday at 7:30 EVANGELIST MRS. RUTH COWGIU believe In Bible deliverance" Wanted Bookkeeper for Automobile Sales Agency Write Box 25 e/e Evening Times Frostburg Rclired Railroader Honored On Birthday IILL.J V/MAKE A '••IHiHV FRIEND OF Ut CtEAN UP YOUR OLD BIUSI GET THE CASH TODAYI 3.64 repayt 50.00 loan 10.91 repayi 150.00 loan 71.81 ropayi 300.00 loan LOW COST — FAST SERVICE American Greeting St. Patrick's Day CARDS T. & S. GUT - RATE Frottburg NEW YORK —(INS)— Weather- j proof clay tiles, which have a density and strength of body enabling them to withstand freezing are used . for exterior walls and floors 1 severe climates. MILLENSON CO. IQfj S L i*n .»> &t Sittings By Appointment Only Ward's Studio 19 Broadway PHONE 767 FOR APPOINTMENT It is estimated that the United States has f per cent of the world's population and 42 per cent of.the world's income. COVERAUS i WORK SHIRTS MT. SAVAGE—Michael Flanigan, retired C. & P. Railroad Company conductor, was recently honored with a birthday party at his home on Columbia Avenue. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ! Flanigan and daughter. Barbara, of| WORK PANTS Trenton, N. J.; S-Sgt. John P.; Flanigan, McGuire Air Force Base. ARMY COTS N. J.: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flanigan and son, Thomas, of Frostburg, and Mr. and Mrs. William J. Flanigan and son, William. Jr., Cumberland. SPECIALS Italian American Restaurant Al's Pizza Pie 147 E. Main St. Phon. 749 Fre»tburg '2.25 .98 $ 1.25 '5.95 Above Ittmt Slightly Uttd 6ut In Excellent Condition ARMY-NAVY STORE KEYSER, W. VA. Winter Tires Batteries Chains Zerex Prestone 1 Frostburg Auto Go. "We N«v«r Clou" Mon. - Tuet. PALACE Mot. - Nit* ROBERT STRAUSS h HAL WALKER UMES mi ADCHCE Lott Day LYRIC Niti Only .,i DALE EVANS wttt BTEUM KnKBWQ rmrm A REPUBLIC PICTURE New School Club Meets Tomorrow LONACONING — The recently- organized Central Boosters Club will Election Marks Annual Meet Of Farm Units BOMNEY, W. Va.—The annual stockholders meeting of the Romney Production Credit Association and Lhe National Farm Loan Association of Keyser was held here recently. I There were 110 members and guests attending from the seven counties served by the two farm groups. The meeting also marked the I thirty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Federal Land Bank I System, which provides capital for the operation of Uie NFLA. A Highlight, of the meeting was the presentation of a 15-year service pin to Mrs. Glenna C. Gilmer for her work with the two cooperative associations. The presentation was made by P. K. Frederick, (Baltimore. S. R. Pancake and Paul C. Williams, both of Romney, were reelected to three-year terms as directors of the Romney PCA, and O. H. Whitesel. Petersburg, and John W. Fisher, of Fisher, were re-elected to three-year terms as directors of the National Farm Loan Association of Keyser. The meeting .was concluded by a dinner in the dining room of Romney Presbyterian Church, whera Rev. Charles I. Stephenson addressed the group on "The Economical and Social Trends of the American, people. He related experiences he and his wife had in living in New- Zealand. A prize was won by Mrs. Elwood Glotfelty, of Garrett county, Md. Other prizes donated by various implement dealers and the Phoenix Orchard Company, were distributed to various' members. of Mrs. Laura Davidson with Mrs. meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the school, according to Howard VanHorn, president. New members be admitted ana membership cards will be dis- The next meeting will be Held at j tributed. The meeting was scheduled the home of Mrs. Phyllis Richard- j^ Thursday in order not to con- son, with Mrs. Leona Fazenbaker, """' """" """ " "' : "" assisting hostess. Class Plans Dinner CRESAPTOWN—The Adult Bible Class of Calvary Baptist Church met recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Snyder. A travelogue and two films were shown by Christian Skidmore. The annual class dinner will be held April 29 at Oldtown School. with the Senior Class play, but since the play has been postponed due to the great number of pupils ill with the flu the club will meet tomorrow a-s originally planned. Reported Improving LUKE — Mrs. Marvin Marple, Cromwell Street, is reported improving at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser. , Board Meets Tonight FROSTBURG—The board of governors of the Frostburg Church Basketball League will meet tonight at 8 at First Presbyterian Church. Returns on ticket sales for the recent playoff games are to be made and plans for the annual dinner will be discussed. The good that woodpeckers do in eating destructive insects far outweighs any pecking damage to the tree itself, tree experts say. Class Dinner Tonight PIEDMONT, W. Va.—The Kappa Delta Bible Class will hold a covered dish fellowship dinner in the recreation room of Trinity Methodist Church at 6 p. m. today. A business meeting will follow the dinner. "Fada" Radio & Television Dealer Guaranteed TV Service and Installations Martin's Radio & T-V Service 102 Walnut St. Phont 53-J Frottburji ,,, with a dash of red • yellow hunter green chartreuse EASY PAYMENTS IN LIVING ROOM IN BEDROOM FOR W USE • Upholstered in Durable, Washable Plastic • Peelproof, Crackproof, Stainproof and Easy «o Clean • Comfortable 2 Bar- A Coil Spring Seat for Longer Weo»j • Sturdy Hardwood Frames in Blonde Finish • Choice of Many Attractive Colors • Decorafive Nailhead Trim • Hurry, Buy Several . . . They're Wonderful dcme Furniture Go. Piedmont, W. Va. res

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