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EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, BID., TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1957 Adults IMetlioclL-l Yomif To Attend Rally The annual rally nud Ga()v»m service of (lie Cumberland S district Methodist Young Adults will bo held Saturday at Ali Char I Shrine Country Club. Activities, including Ramos, J wlil begin at 3 p. in. Those a(- t tending will take tlielr own picnic f • basket lunches, and supper will b be a! 5 p. m. The service will be at 7:30 p. in., with the message by Rev Paul Conlcy, associate pastor of Centre Street Methodist Church Group singing and music will be included in the service. Flood Control Pumping Stations'Work Pushed instruction of three pumping ions iieeds land-It id^eW project isVoy for (lie Cumber- flood protection The exti pumping slatii plele, brick Itaeo station is ;iiid progress is the cording dent engineer for Ki.ginecr. Ridgeley Mill The first two mills arc being built by (he (,'corgc Construction Company here for Ihe E. J. Al- (jfcchl Company, Chicago, which holds contracts for all three units. fnside the structures will be poverful pumps to force surface brush away water over Ihe walls and levees plained when the Potomac River and Wills Creek rise above flap gates s.hicb normally -illo-- the storm r.tcr lo escape by gravity. They will also include structures which will prevent sanitary ui ige from flooding the city's eudge treatment plant when the sl r eams gi, on a rampage. Albredit cie\,s are excavating WALLS Reardon Dry-it-yourself PRODUCTS for wet walls BONDEX seals out seepage. Gives bright, dry surface, in colors, for less than cost of regular paint. J3uy it where you buy, paint. for serious problem walls BONDEX HEAVY DUTY for porous masonry (cinder and cement blocks). This heavy bodied aggregate material coats and "bonds" with walls, lasts for years; PAINT & SUPPLY North Centre Street at Polk the channel of Die I'olomac liiv- in the vicinity ot Smith Island are clearing brush from (lie side of Hie river for work on 2 of (be river phase of * i J\d the pany crkvs. making gV)<j Creek, botlrl> Baltimore .Sn Construction Coin- Dexter said, jire progress in Wills low and above the Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Tab Air Force Has Filled Quota For June Here The local Air Force recruiting station has filled its <juota for June, according lo Master S} Ji'mes C. Owens, recruiter. Those planning to enlist and wish to get started on their tour of duty should apply for the July allotment immediately, he ex- Seven men sent lo Lackland Air force Base. Texas, to begin their busic training include James It. Brant, 517 Forester Avenue; Frederick W. Kclirer, 315 Bedford Street; Call R. Harbaugh. 1302 Lexington Avenue; Thomas W. Zcmbower. 411 Columbia Avenue; George ICarhcsl, 23 Blocher Street, liidgetcy; George Justice Jr., 20 Wabash Avenue, liidgelcy; and Benjamin L. Mear- kie, liD t, Brcezesvood, J'a. About one-third of Hie spec- lades worn in the United States are bifocals or trifocals. First Colonial Congress met in New York City on October 7, 1765. YouCanA^ays Do Seller In a P.S. Mkl, WASHING POWDERS • FabYVel .Al SMALL SWEET PICKLES 37c SKINLESS FRANKS 38* Ib. U. S. No. 1 NEW POTATOES 1O us. 39* PUDLIC SERVICE FOOD MARKETS County Bird Club Plans Opening Camp June 17 The custom of allowing orchis- Ira musicians to be absent from a rehearsal if they sent other players to take their places prevailed in London until 1890. 'Hie tenth annual nature and .•onservation camp for junior members of the Allcgany Count} Bird Club will open .June, 17, according to Mrs. Gilbert Miller, :amp director. The first camp was held in 1917 on Green Ridge Mountain. There were 25 campers and four leaders. The following year the ;amp was transferred to Pleasant Valley Kccrealion Area with approximately 80 campers attending. It has been held at the Ci.'irrclt County 4-H Center since then. Registration closed last week with over 100 campers, A bus will leave the stale armory June 17 at 2 p. m.: slop at the Froslburg bus station and return June 22. v Study groups will include birds, plants, trees, animals (land and water) soil, rocks, minerals, stars, forest protection and use, same laws, weather, (ircbuilding, first aid and outdoor hazards. Handicraft and art include weaving, painting and drawing. There will he no visitors night, but evening activities will include campfires. vespers, marsh mallow roast, folk dancing, singing and movies. Counsellors and teachers in- -lude Mrs. Gordon Taylor, Mrs. I. C. llcincman, James Cook 3irds; Mrs. Elmer Worlhley' Eleanor Minke, William Leeson] plants, ferns, frees; Aliss Louella Ilcineman, Vera McCollough, art and handicraft; Miss Catherine Manlcy. insects; W. Bryant Tyrrell, photography and firms; Mrs. Hichard Cole, first aid and camp nurse; Mrs. William Leeson, folk dancing; Harry Miller, post office and library; Carol Eaton, song leader; Mrs. A. D. Lechliler, Mrs Jesse Vandevort, Ronald War nick, John Duckworth, Gerald Llewelyn, James B u c k a 1 e w, James Dick, cooks and dining room assistants; John Goss, Richard Wilson, Royal Miller, Karl VanNcwkirk. Michael McKenzie Virginia Killen, Rebecca Haines. Louise Downton. Donna George and Carol Eaton, junior leaders The committee for the suppei and program--, is composed o Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Richard Doug lass and Mrs. Miller. , Adult weekend camp for members from all over the slate will be held June ig and 16. Piece Work LAKE WALES, Fla. WI-Donald E. Jones 'is getting his stolen motor scooter back piece by piece. It was taken several months ago by two youngsters who dismantled it and sold the parts. Every now and then the , sheriffs office finds another,? piece of it and returns it to Jones. Gcphart School Holds Exercises Closing exercises were held yes- crday for the 33 sixth graders al Gcphart School. The certificates were presented by Miss Elizabeth I. Flake, supervisor of elementary educa- .ion in the Allcgany County pubic schools, who was principal at Gephart before assuming her supervisory position last summer. Mrs. Calvin Kciler, a patron of the school, delivered the com- nencemcnt address to the young jraduales, their parents and j'iends. A number of songs were sung >y the sixth graders. Miss Mary M. Robb directed Ihe singers. Choral readings also were given by the sixth graders. At one period in the cerejnon ics, the sixth graders were given an opportunity lo give counsel .0 their classmates. Mrs. Eleanor I'. Tennant, principal, and 'our teachers, Mrs. Theresa B, IJaslbeck, Miss Norma'L. Nelson, Harry R. Thomas and Mrs. Marguerite M. Keller, gave advice and good wishes to the youngsters. Admiral Richard E. Byrd made .he fivst flight over the South Pole on November 22, 1929. English is the major commercial, scientific and diplomatic language of (he Earth and the'most widely used second language in foreign countries. for more pleasure in bourbon OLD STAGG ^sz^ ^r *2a^ and f on eld (o Ihe pleasure... there's no increase in price! Kentucky's Top Bourbon 4/5 qt. flat local lax NEW LOW PRICE ON AUTOMATIC JET DEFROST crator fK~"^"~ ' ' -—-\\ LBCRN JT€I NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH AN 'LB' CHARGE ACCOUNT DAD WANTSA GIFT FROM THIS LIST!