Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1945 · Page 11
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, February 18, 1945
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY. FEBRUARY IS, 19(5 ELEVEN C. E- Society Wii Give Tea ;; Today at 5:30 Tlie Cumberland Christian Endeavor Society will give a public pa- :riotic tea this iiflernoon In. Hie recreation liall of the First Christian jluirch. beginning at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Kathleen Brown will preside it the tea table, which will be centered with a bouquet of red, white ind blue flowers. She will be assisted in serving by Miss Margaivi Doak. Miss Grace Kngland, -MLw Alma England and Miss Dorotlu Bucy. . ' ' • ; The Rev. P. M. Naif, pastor ol thi' First' Brethren church will be the speaker on the prog-ram to be presenleci at 5:30 o'clock. His topic nir. be, "C;.: ii;ij::Lty ?-•* vr-trir:'-' iMii," The Rev. R. L. Henihoruc.i pastor, of the host church, will cor.-! duct the devotionnls. Muss Mary Catherine Ke.vecker.; and iMi-ss Helen Mnrple tvlll sing 't duet and Miss Drucella Parrish \vill : sing a t-olo. • , . - ' Decorated for Action in the Pacific Clubr Calendar Pe rsona Is I will preside at the. setsion! to beheld at Ihr post home, following : the dinner, : •. : . ; - The Girl Scout Counnl iiiei'tli:i> Crc&ap Chapter, DniiglUor.s of the will bo held nt '1 p. .in. -Tuesday *'- AmericBii Revolution, will meet m.ihe litile house, GretMic street. rjie home of Mn. Ralph A. Henry.', Mrs K A Coo1i , Jr., will be' Jiov- 808 Greene street Wednesday after- | ess to mcmb er.s of the Waller-Mill- noon at 2:30 o'clock. Tht progiBmi,.,. Vo , )llg women's Group of'th.' will be In the Geotgc Wa.slilu<jion | ttrsl Pl . C!> byti-niin church birthday theme. :; row m-ninis at her home, Mlss Mary Hopkins, case supnrvi- [„,„, avenue nor at the AUeqnnv County Welfare :,„. , ..' • ... ; ,"' Board, will be the" suest speaker al L J 'T Lac lc& Auxiliary °> V™ 1 . . th "« h . "; l " '"^ . Bl of Mli Gladys Bllt ' v tomoi l.ouihi- the regular dinner-meetinR of the (Business and ProfeMonul Women's ''°" Club at 5^30 p. m.. 'nje.sduy »l Cen' p.'ix irrafvMCA.":"""•". '""""" J .,"' ~"-.|I«'«NTOW. ; The tnontlily dinnei-meeting oH Courl. Cardiiml Gibbons; No. £>:.'!! the We.sle.van Guild of Centre Street!Catholic Daughters of America will i Methodist church will be field al ii!»okl its monthly social ai 8:15 p. m •:p. m. Tuesday in the social hall. M«JJ tomorrow. A radio skit nnd book rt- j Louise- Shaffer .• of the family view will featxire the program. . ;of : Frostburg . Siaie Teachcro Mrs. Icollege, will present a book review. ' less 10 Heiskell will !bc !n>. • members of the Merrv Salon 325; Eight, nnd Forty. Am- 1 cut-Up Club at 7:30; p. m; lomor- jerican Legion Auxiliary, will obseive lits third anniversary with a dinner party, Tuesday at the. Liberty : Tavern. ai 0:30 p. m. Mrs. Leona 2ink rugs and pillous for «her! chair:- at her hoinr. 705 Shrivrr avp- nue. al which Itme meinbcrs will, continue sewing on !endure pillcws.I FELT BASE RUGS 9x12 *3.95 SHAG RUGS •M" V S(i" s. in RAG RUGS •,M" v W 40 N. Mechanic Street MAIl TODAY-SAVE $1.50 989 encEoic Tlit WQI d "PiKibury" iiom anv part of ony >it« ioi^ of PitUbut-y't Bc»! tnfkh»d Flour, wElh 23t in cocv Pl»o»« i»nd "3-Y/oy Gurd*n" iccdi and bulbltfi. Cpl. I. James Honeycutt. station-' en at Fort McClelland. Ala.. i> vis- i iling hi.s wife, Mrs. Virginia L. Hon- aycu't. HO North Spruce street, on : a brief furlough. Staff Sgt: Edwin J. Rice returned j to Dfllhart. Tex., after six-ndingi a week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rice. 036 Fairvicw avenue.' Mrs. L. W, Taylor, Akron. Ohio. • was called here due to the serious; illness of her sister. Mi's.' Unrilcy; H. Taylor, who Ls a patient In Alle-j G apt. John Malcolm Mclsaac.'hus- gaiiy Hospital. . ' jbiuid of the former > Miss Nova : Mrs. Peter Ma lachowski and fain-1 Thompson, thi.s city! was recently Hy, 34 South street, were called to|awarded the Bronze Star Medal for ; (O«.. 8 ood in Conl n.r.a/U.i cni, . .v.'-ml MOT 11, 1941) j SENSATIONAL & BULBLET BARGAIN! New Castle. Pa., by the death of her sister, Mrs. Josephine Zswask: Stanek. distinguishing himself as commander of a destroyer in connection Robert G. Doty. Woodiav/n avenue, Pope Will Be I'Miiblo La Vale, is convalescing at Memor-j ,., „. is! Hospital following an operation; ' (> t»m* Lfnl ^orvu' pital following an operation; for appendicitis last Wednesday. Mrs. Vernon R. Cost, LaValc, B. Kr^^efatZ Bainbridce Naval Training sta- i u!lable to 8've his lent adcli-ess Moa- ij nll " [day. a.< scheduled. because of a Mrs. Frrci W. Hamilton. 823 Shaw- "' m ' 1;! "'tack of influenza. While with operations against- the enemy 'during thr Jap attack on Pe;U'l Harbor, in action off Bougainville anci • during the raid on SaUtinaua and |bae in 1942. Now attached to an I amphibious unit of the Pacific fleet. iCapt. Mcl.saac is shown in the plc- I lure above receiving congratulations 'from Rear Admiral C. 15. Fort, who ; presented.the award at the Atnphi- jbiuus Training Base. Coronado. Cal. I Captain Mclsanc ••. griidunlrd from I )u- Naval Academy In 102:!. He is the -son of Mr. and Mr.-. John Mc- l.^iirtc. Medford. Mass. His wile Ls the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Alban C. Thompson..'208 Saratoga .street. Capt. and-. Mrs. havo iwo children. John M._ Jr.. aqed 12. and Alban T., i\sed 11. Mrs. Mclsaac and children arc with >hor parent.^ hrre for the duration r * Iail v ° l1 " -i^i'^;^" 80 •" '•»^.. U KV« „„,. London. Feb. 17 <,1>>— The Vatican P "« ™ ld * rife avenue, returned from Chicago after visiting: her brother-in-law and suter. Seaman Second Class Mrs. Paul L. Alkire'and son. Mrs. John P. Moftatt. Jr.. 708 Oldlown road, is Improving at her Ule P °V P " ls wo!1 nn thf? w "- v 10 rcqovery. the announcement aridwl, the address will be read by a cardinal. The Pleasant Grove Homemak- home following an operation at Al- c:'s Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 Je?any Hospital. - ip. m . a , n lp home ol Mrs. Joseph Mr.<=. Howard Hen-ing. Mt. Sav- jsieger. Baltimore Pike. a^e. is a .surgical patient at Me.- _-__... -._ morinl Hospital. " • Mi-s-s Barbara Taney. Baltimore, i'; Tlle Uuiies Aid Sot 'i«V « f ^i'" 1 1= the weekend Eur.<t of D<: aiid : " a 'Y' H "r mt;l1 tt ' l!1 m< >' 1 ;lt -- m P Mrs. Priink ^r. Wilson. S54 Wasliir.K- "• Tiie.>f;.'iy. tnn stl'Cel. • '~ ^ r—r——r : : Mrs. C. E. Alther. 2S36 Washing- : 'on boulevard. Baltimore, formerly j "f this city, is a patient In Mary-j 'Iflisd University Hospital, after hav-i ins; undergone a irmjnr oijeratlonl Tup.-i'dny. • • I Riciiarri Sirawdcnnan. son of G.j A. Slrawdennan. 222 Fulton street.! nnd Robert Skidmore. son of C. A.) Skidmore, 509 Valley street, left Fri-j day night for New York, where they] will spend a lev days. i Mrs. Mabel Chancy returned to! her home at Bowling Green from j Allegany Haspital. where -she un-! derwent an operation.. i Mrs. Grace Often continues III : st her home. 209 Emily street. Mrs. Nelson Willison. Twipgtown.j ; reiumed to her home from Mcmor-| ial Haspital. : • I G. J-. f Jerrys Mnlloy. • W.T. 2-c,' USN'. Ls spending a leave with his! parents. Mr, and Mrs. John A. Mai-! Joy. 328 Cumberland street. ! U'eiby L. Brunk. 418 Goethe' ffrcef. Is f-iicnding the weekend in : •Miirtinyburs.- W. Va.. visiting hisj i)»rent.s. the Rev. Dr. nnd Mrs."j H ! Brunk. ; '• Yeoman Man,- D. McCleary, in ; rh;ir[;p of WAVE rccniitint; here ' froj'n last July until Novemljer. left! Cijjiibertiiiiri yesterday for the navnji • bnrrncks, Charles street. Baston,' ; Mass. Yeoman McCleary came hcrc : Monday to spend a brief leave. Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry A. Nicklin. :t! : Ahamont terrace, are in Hollywood.' Fin., for a month. The An«u)er to Foot Comfort HEALTH SPOT SHOES Men's - Women's - Children's Come in lor fitting No Obligation LOVEY'S Poet Comfort Shop 79 Baltimore St. • Second Floor Phone 1580 Pleasant Grove Group ' Holds Church Meeting The Pleiisant Grove W. S. C. S..' m.n at the Church. Thursday, with: the following members present: : Mrs. Samuel Arnold, Mr.s. L E • .ji Tlmkle. Mrs. Car! Griffith, Mrs.: m -l<*Ffc Knight, ^^r.s. Samuel Clarl-- .-,,ij Mr.s. wm. Merchant. Mrs. Harrv. Rnincs, Mrs. Melvin Robinette, Mr.sJ Roy Smith, Mr.s. Oarl Wilson, Mrs. 5 Win. Swan. Mr.s. Harry Wilson. Mr-. Frank Stamp. Rev. Merchant led: the devotional. ' ! Refreshments were .served by the hostesses, Mr.s: William' Merchant i and Mr.s. Jesse KniRht. >w* '«i»» »'i.i -hirrr,Cn, ^ " v iivv '- ; I.lii-y are ii nv ImlWots fV t '"! :v '''"- > " •«»•«) Wnlr- t -' l ' c 1 Prufc* "•««•••«•• J ' : »>: 'n miniitn <u r ni!l an,i r au "' 00 " 1 U1 """ tif*' K!!^'"•"'""• bra. " mmritir Ol rr, :=><) - 1 lex 50 muiutci ABOVE ALL ELSE WOLF'S PRIZE I a VJO »»*»» Yuhoodi Club Meets The Yuhoodi Club met Friday- night at the'homc of Mr.s. Jennie; Mcrris.- 223 Ftilton street. A shnrl i wlncM meeting: was held, alter j which games were played and pri? awarded („ M rSi Dorothy Perdew,; MLS.S Garnet Pazenbaker and Mrs.' Lf" Ann CallLs. . j Others in attendance WCIT Mr.s.j B<Hty F<eynold.s. Mr.s. Ma?.in Thomp- S'Hi. Mrs. Pauline Thompson and Mr.s. .Sura Connor. Mr.s. Sard Con-! nor «-;i.v a xpectinqa Mother's Friend helps bring ease anrf comfort to expectant M o R ' a . . an ft! y pr r - parrrt rmoMlrrit. Is inrful in (ill conditions whrre a hlnnrt, mild anodyne ma»- "a?c medium.In «kln lubrication Is tlo- "ircrt. Ono contllllon In which womrn J ""• thnn 70 years hnvc u.icri It lit »n \ i for missftglng the body rt\ir- . It helps kctp the »kln pinnlc... thus avoiding un- alKomfort duo to dryntss »nd '•. It .rcfrcBhfs and tonci the i! H i s HELP US TO KEEP IT! It's an old saying, "Wlien you go looking for trouble, you usually find it." We're not exactly looking for trouble, iud'liope this appeal find? you porl'eeUy satisfied in your dealings with us. l-ifi\vc->w, shnulri you ha\c reason to coniphtin— doir't kce|) it .to yourself, tell UP: We'll j^'adly iiifilu 1 it right. It's ilio only way \v« have of keepinp; your ia;ood will. : In every business during strenuous time.- like tbese, little thinjrs .-oiiietime's occur tliat are annoying . . . Bui, come \\hatmay, every Wolf customer must bo a satisfied customer. We have kept that, promise through 42 years, and we. mean to hold to it always. That's why we are.a?king you to he frank with UP. While we stress the point of alu ays. keeping you happy on the home front — Wolf's also believe in keeping faith with the boys and girls in the service, by sun- porting the Red Cross, giving to the \V;i r Fund, buying War Bonds n-tAihiriy. .-md helping \vith the war effort 'in every possible way. Mother's Friend ontgomery \\ard Wotf y Co. 11 lull If prxlx-,1 t, : Street at George The Dependable Friendly Furniture Store BL ^-,«/» Phone 3700', 42-46 Baltimore Streel i; 2N I) i

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