Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1948 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 9, 1948
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MIX, THURSDAY, DECEMJ3ER 9, 194 S I'honc 4GUO for. a WAJNT AJD laKer Christmas Party, Dinner Held By Bedford Road Club The Bedford Road Homemakers Olub held a Christmas program in the form of a turkey dinner and jincle party Tuesday night. in the social rooms of St. Luke's Church. Mrs. Elmer. Sewiird presided. Covers were laid for 59 Yuletide decorations were used on the table and throughout the hall Mrs. Frederick W. 'Growden, oldest member of and a charter member of the Homemakers' Council, gave the invocation. The 'program opened wilh. the tinging of Christmas carols, lollow- . ed by the presentation of a pageant "So They Came To Bethlehem,^ with Mrs. Lester Hendricks as narrator. Taking part were Mrs. William Knlseley, -Mrs. Bernard Mil. tenberger, Mrs. Mary Boyle, Mrs Bertha Brant, Mrs. S. E. Simons 1 Mrs. W. O. ' Wolford, Mrs. Julia Hendricks, and Mrs. Helene Milten bergcr. Mrs. Paul Guilford was soloist accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Buser. The pageant was presented, before a background erected by William '. Armbruster who also planned the scenic effects, depicting Christmas scenes. Other numbers on the program • were ; a vocal solo by Loretto Wotring accompanied by her sister, Agnes Wotring; a monologue, "The Bride and The Broom," -by Mrs, Guilford, and an original reading. "Late. Hours," written and given by Mrs. Mary Straw. ' Santa Claus, impersonated by William Straw, presented gifts; Mrs. Seward, 'president, • was presented with a rhinestone necklace and matching earrings in appreciation of her work. The committee in charge of the .dinner and program included Mrs. W. O. Wolford, Mrs, William Kriise- ley, Mrs. Thomas Boyle, Mrs. O. C. Judy and Mrs. Thomas Buser. • Guests present were Mrs. Edward Fagin, Mrs. Earl Nonnenmann, Mrs, Cliff White,. Mrs, John Lester, Mrs. Charles Evans, Mrs. Marton Gordon, Miss .Edith Streett, P.' Lee Fresh. W. O. Wolford, Charles McDonald, Cecil Straw, Paul Guilford, Cromwell Boor, William Armbruster »nd the following children: Glen Straw, William Straw, Thomas Buser, James McDonald, Julia Hendricks, Judy Robertson and Donald Robertson. SITUATION: You drop some- tiling and your escort reaches to pick it up for you. WRONG-WAY, Say, "I'll get it" »nd retrieve It before he can. RIGHT WAY: Let him pick it' up for you and then thank him. Evenfs Briefly Noted Group No.,1, Ladles Council of .he -First Christian Church, will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. J. J.'Lighter, 523 Pearre Avenue, at 8 p.m. for a Christmas program. The Queen Esther Bible Class of the First Methodist Church will meet in the church social room for a business session and jingle party tomorrow 8 p. m. The executive committee of the J. Louis Wolford Post, Amvets, will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Post Home. St. Paul's Lutheran Sunday'School will present- a Christmas program at 7 p.m. Sunday, December 26, in the church auditorium. Rehearsals will be held Satruday afternoon at 1:30 and, 3 for the Primary and Beginners; departments. , The Ladies' Auxiliary of LaValc Volunteer Fire Company will not hold its regular meeting tomorrow night, but will have.a short business session at the banquet Saturday night. ' ' • . A jingle party will be held following the business meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Amvets at 8 p.m. today at-the Post Home.The Auxiliary will receive used clothes for. needy families up to December 15. The VFW Auxiliary .will hold » card- party at 8:30 tonight. The Republican Women's Club will hold'a jingle party tonight at the Girl Scout house. Circle 2, First Methodist Church, Mrs. Frank Gaglian leader, will meet tomorrow at 7:30 in,the Glean-i named to select officers for the Queen Esther Class Holds Party At Home Miss'Botford The Queen Esther Bible Class of St. John's Lutheran Church held a Christmas party nnd program at the home of Miss Jane Botsford, Gil Piedmont Avenue, Tuesday night. Miss Botsford Is teacher of the class. The program opened with the singing of "Blest Be The Tie That Binds," and the devotional conducted by Mrs. D. A. Ross. Next Sunday being' Universal Bible Sunday, she took as her theme, "Search the Scriptures."- Rev. Dr. Chauncey Botsford, former pastor of the church, led the prayer. .A short business session was conducted, carols were sung and Santa Claus, impersonated by Mrs. George Bartick, distributed gifts. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by her mother. Others present were Mrs, George Fey, president; Mrs. J. Corflcld Patterson, treasurer; Mrs. S. H. Welshans, secretary; Mrs. Mildred Leibkn'eicht, Mrs. Robert Geisman, Mrs. Carl Reuschel, Mrs. Leo Bartick, Mrs. George Bartick, • Mrs. Donald F. Brake, Mrs, Charles Hoc- nicka, Mrs. Joseph Patsy, Mrs, Fay Thompson, Mr, Herman Heller, Mrs. George Alexander, Mrs. Audra Hite, Mrs. D. -A. Roth, Miss Evelyn Sheets, Dr. and Mrs. Botsford and Miss Marian Botsford. •ison Mrs. Hostess To D. A, R v Mrs.. C. W. Willison was hostess to members of Cresap Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, .yesterday afternoon at her home, 323 Cumberland Street. Miss Ella Carter Hodgson presided. A nominating committee was ers Sunday School room for a Christmas jingle party in conjunction with the business', meeting. The Duo Club of First Presbyterian Church will meet. at 8 tonight in the lecture "Jhristmas party. Mrs.- John Zink and Mrs. Joseph Nlcodemus will be hostesses to 'the April election. It is comprised of Miss Fan Lloyd, Mrs. Marshall Miller, Mrs, C. W. Willison, Miss Mary Brengle and Mrs. Elmer Kellough. Mrs. A. M. Hutcheson and Mrs. .„.„.,, ^ M- Paul Glime were elected delegates hall for alto the D: A. R. Maryland State ladles Aid Society of Potomac Park Church at a Christmas party tonight at the former's home. The Southminister Ladies Uible ilass will hold a jingle party to- light at the home of Mrs. Mae Orndorff, 237 Gleason Street, with Mrs, Pearl Mangold co-hostess. The Dawson WSCS will hold a Christmas party at 7 tonight at the church. Mae Miers, Kathleen Tichnell, Hazel VanPelt and Mary VanPelt will be hostesses. The Women's Missionary Society of Second Baptist Church will meet at 7 tonight at the church. j Conference in Baltimore March 15 and 16,. Gifts were brought to be sent-to St.'Mary's High School for Indian "Girls at Springfield, S. D., where the chapter is giving a the meeting scholarship. A. tea concluded with Miss Lloyd presiding at the table, which was decorated in the Christmas motif. Mrs. Adams Hostess To Sewing Group Mrs. Russell Adams, Fort Ashby, was hostess to the Hannah's Helper.s Class, a sewing group of the Pinto Former Resident- Visits Here With Wife After 24 Years Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. San Francisco, are enroute home after visiting In Cumberland, Frederick, Washing ton. New York and other citle.s In the east, It was Mr. Smith's first, trip east in 24 years and his wife's first visit oiit of the state of California. Mr. Smith is a former resident. While here they were guests of Mr. Smith's sisters, Mrs. Margaret Schiller and Miss Sophia Smith, 1034 Shades Lane, and Mrs. Amelia Morton, 328 Reservoir Avenue, and Laurence E. Smith.' 1120 Shades Lane. They visited two other brothers, William G. Smith, Frederick, and Louis A. Smith, Sewickley, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left San Francisco September 28. They were entertained with a dinner by Mr. and Mrs, Emory Showman, Reservoir Avenue, who also drove their guests to Richmond nnd Williamsburs. Va. On the return trip the couple will stop in 'Atlanta, New Orleans and New' Mexico. Mr. Smith is in the electrical contracting business in San Francisco. • ' Women's Sport Club Will Hold Christmas Party The Women's Sport Club will hold its' Christmas dinner at the All Ghan Shrine Country Club, Wednesday, December 15,-at 6:30 p. m. Following the dinner there will be exchange of jingle gifts and a card party. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Mrs. Eugene Gerkins, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Felten and Miss Ann Lottig. At a recent meeting 'nominations were mad* ior officers for the coming year. The election win .take place at 'dinner. The slate selected includes Mrs. Jerry Huff and Miss Mary Hartman, president; Mrs. Gerkins, Mrs. Fritz Falrnor and Miss Elizabeth Hoover, vice president; Mrs. Clar- PTA County Council Wi Sponsor Showing of Films The planning of coming events j and reports featured the meeting | of tliii AllL'ffany County Council o!\ Pn runts mid Teachers hold Irust' nli;ht at the Side School. Mi's. Edward Wilson presided. The council w:ll sponsor tnc showing of "Kingsland Marionettes" in tine county April 5. 0 and 7. Mrs. Adam Baer announced that the Pleasant Grove Class Honors Bridal Coupl e The Young People's Class of the filra,"'"6n"Human Growth", will be j Pleasant Grove Methodist Church .shown in this area from' January j honored Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rice 20 l.o January 29. . w j th a tn-jfloi shower a recent eve- are ". i nine-. Mrs. Rice is the former Miss Leona Michael. The gifts were 'arranged, under a large white crepe paper umbrella and a bridal cake centered the table. Pastl colors were carried out in the table appointments. The ' sinking of Christmas carols featured the entertainment program. Refreshments were served. Guests were Charlotte Northcraft, | June lines, June Gilford, Eleanor Smith, Margaret. Gross, Verna Robinette, Dorothalee Raines, Shirley Hendrickson, Delores Uphole, Royce Hendrickson,' Franklin Imcs. Roycc Simpson, Mrs, Roy Smith, Mrs. Samuel Clark-and Mrs. Henry Raines. Eye nnd Mury DeLozlcr, directed by Miss Marilyn Ashbuugh, ind the Allcgany High Octet, under the direction of Miss Bestwick, with Shir. ley Weaver, 'Diane Hannum, Jo- Ise'phine Kompanek. Dolores Perrons, Ross Keller, Jr., William 'Lester, William Fisher and Garret Swearinge:i, took part. Carol Reith was accompanist. Twenty new members were accepted into the organization and plans discussed for the annual Christmas dance to be held December 23. New members accepted are Mrs. Sue Meyers, Mrs. Edward Salomon, Mrs: William Bruce, Mrs. John Dyer, Mrs. James Hallinam, Miss Nancy Dodge, Miss Dorothy Doo- January 20; Gephart School. January 21; Frostburg State Elementary School, January 24. and the Johnson Heights School. January 25. The remaining dates are available and other schools wishing to secure the film should contact Dr. Adam Baer, Frostbui'R, mental hy- b'lcnc chnliT.ian of the county. Reports from the state Parent- Teacher Association convention were given by Mrs. May Bolt and Mrs. Ellsworth Brewer. At the conclusion of the meeting n. picture, "Growth and Learning of tl-.e Child", was shown, Personals Mrs. Elizabeth Willard. 7 Brown- ing'Street, and Mrs. James Murph:', 218 Arch Street, have returned from Chicago where they spent several days. William J. Hutcheson, 133 Hanover Street, who underwent an appendectomy at Aliegany Hospital recently, "is improving and will return home soon, Galen V. Blubaugh, 15-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blubaugh, Route 2. a patient in Allegany Hospital since Sunday, is reported improving. Mrs. Paul Buchholta has returned little, Mrs..' Edwnrd Martin, Mrs. John' Kirkputrlck, Mrs. 1 Doris Kcss- ler, Mrs. Jean Nlcholas.rMrsf Leonard' Cooper, Miss. Margaret Reid, Mrs. Wilton Syckes, Miss Ann McMullen,. Miss. Virginia Harmison, Mrs. Winifred Adam, ..Mrs: ' John Man!cy,.. Jr.,- Miss Jane-Wolfe and Mrs. Arthur Diamond. Resignations wei'.e received from two members who are moving from,town. Mrs. Robert Williams and Mrs,.Sara Jine Mitchell. Hostesses for the evening were Miss Angela Manley, Mrs.' Herman • Grabenstein, Miss Louise .Glick, Miss ! Jeanne Bowersox and Mrs. John Manley, Jr. Refreshments were served concluding the''meeting. going an operation ,„ Ailegany Hos- sen*d unteth. Toy Drive Success- DscussedByJWCC| The toy drive was discussed atj the meeting last night of the Jui:- ' ior Woman's Civic Club at . th home of Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Daugh erty, 531 Washington Street. Mrs.; Frank Martin presided. Approximately 70 toys have been donated and will be given to the Salvation Army for distribution. Mrs. Carl H. Wagner reported that the drive will-continue in the county schools. A. Christmas program was pre- Mr i'id Mrs Olin Kevser, Alle- i Quartet composed of Dorothy ?r ee - aaiiy Grove, are home from pitts-.'and, Joan Thornton, BeiOT Lou burgh where they attended the! funeral .of his aunt, Mrs. R. W.' encc Fletcher and Miss Lottig, S ee-: E!c " cl ' jel 'fi er - retary and Mrs. Ewald Ruchl, Mrs.: • William Hoover, Miss Bee smith [Women or A/loose and Miss Mary A. Raphel, treasurer.; ^ ning- at her home. The group.packed | Chapter 914, Women of the Moose. Chritmas boxes for needy families. < will initiate a class of \ candidates. Attending were Mrs. Kay O. Nel-; tonight at the home. Mrs. Betty* son Mrs Carl Moreland. Mrs. Nor-! Page. Senior Regent,- will preside man Yoder, Jr., Mrs. Carlton Hel- n-.ick, Mrs. Wesley Collins, Mrs. David Dayton, Mrs. Walter Wertz, Mrs. Robert Johnson. Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Veronica Paul, Mooseheart chairman, will be in charge of the Chapter Night program. Officers, dressed in white evening Moreland, Mrs. Clyde Messick, Mrs. gowns. report at 7:30. Their Robert Llewellyn, Mrs. Pearl Yoder,: escorts, wearing pastel colored Mrs. Robert Blauch, Mr, and Mrs. | gowns, will also report early so all fredcrics NEW 5^ Produces waves s'/.'-A nnd curls with — the vlinl • -^: fa H'' -V fy substance used . by lurc Hcr- produce y su . 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