Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 10, 1948 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 10, 1948
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker East Side P-TA Entertained Wjth'Christmas Program The Parent-Teacher Association of the East Side School was entertained • with a Christmas program wad'party earlier in the week with the mothers and M.' Betty F. Morgan and Miss Grace E. Moore, Fifth Grade teachers, In charge. The program included the singing of "Winter Wonderland," and "Lady "or Spain" with Royce Hendrickson •ccompanlst; "Buttons and Bows," •ndSJWhite Christmas," by Shirley tad-Sylvia Hendrickson, accompan- le<Giy their brother, Royce; "Magic in«-*the . Moonlight," "Xylophone SAtr and "Beer-. Barrel Polka"; marimba solos played by-Delores Ferrone. -•-Members of Girl Scout Troop No. U:ot the school sang.several Christmas carols. Singers were". Judith Brown, Judith Crabtree^ Barbara Deets, Sandra Deremer, Marguerite Holderbaum, Norma McClelland, Patricia and Donna Northcralt. Eleanor Senkbeil, Ruth Ann Souder, Barbara and Joanna Weaver, Alice Zais. They were directed by Mrs. Patriot Souters and accompanied by Mrs;-D. H. Golden. The .-program concluded with the assemblage singing ."Silent • Night" MxU'Uby to the World." The-audltorium was decorated with pine-boughs, polnsettias and Chrlst- mwgreens. The Yuletlde motif was carried out In the refreshments. ^' committee in charge included Joseph Weaver, chairman * Clarence Day, Mrs. Earold Deetz, Mrs. William L"'-Jd, Mrs 'Alfred Zais, Mrs. Charles Crabtree Mrs.' Prexel Dodge, Mrs; William Deremer, "Mrs. John Straw, Mrs Lo'iilse McClelland, Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mrs. Thomas Turner, Mrs, Boy Athey and Mrs. Harold Deetz. Miss Betty Morgan's room won the attendance award of $5 for having the most parents present. Happy-Go-Lucky Ration Coupons Forged - HANOVER, Germany' (.?•)—More than half the butter ration tickets handedHnto food shops in this city are forged, the ration- authorities itated. 1 In some shops more than 80 per cent, of the coupons were forgeries. The fakes are so good It is almost impossible to tell them from the genuine article, an official said. Guest Preacher Slated WESTERNPORT—Rev. George W. SchlUlnger. D. D. of Charleston, W. Va., president? ol the West Virginia Lutheran -Synod will conduct, the service Sunday at 11- a. m. at Mt, Calvary Lutheran Church. Holy Communion will be administered and new members received. The nevr Hammond organ and altar appointments will be dedicated. Siren Signals Listed BARTON—Two blasts of the Barton Hose Company tire siren will Indicate a test while three blasts will signal a fire, officials reported today. The siren -will be tested each Monday at S p. m. 4846 SIZES 11-17 Here's a dashing little number for all your dashing about! Sharp cuffs, tucks, "pockets on a tiny-walsted, full-skirted dress. Gay doodad .at shoulder is a fake monogram. Easy transfer included. Pattern 4846, Jr. Miss size 11, 13, 15, 17, Size 13, 2% yds. 54-inch. This pattern, easy to use, simple ;o sew, is tested for fit. Has complete Illustrated instructions. Send TWENTY-FIVE cents 'in coins-for this pattern to The Evening Times, 42 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New'York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Juniors!. Add ' to your charms, multiply dates. Sew the-gay clothes n our. Anne Adams Winter Pattern Book, Send for,, it today—only 'flf- .een cents'more! Fashion unlimited, 'or any time, purse, or figure! Gifts "or all the family, plus FREE pat- ,ern of a hosiery case, printed in book! Homemakers Hold Supper, Program' A covered dish supper and program marked the. Christmas meeting of the Union Grove Club at the home of Mrs.-Sdgar D. Varkie- grift or. Wednesday night. Mrs. Carl Bennett was co-hostess and Miss Nyna Fey presided. It was announced by Miss Mauds A. Bean, county home demonstration ag-cnt, that the club received second rating in the state for its, publicity during the year, and that I Child Guidance C ub Will Entertain at Two Yu e Parties Members of the Child Guidance Club will entertain at two Yule parties for which plans were, made at a meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. H. Can-oil Mc- Crackcn, Bedford Road. The first party will be in the for..i of a dinner at ihe home of Mrs. Ke;:r:eth Shaffer, Conraci Avenue, December 18, . when husbands of Miss Venia M. Kellar, of the uni-; members wil1 b « entertained. versity of Maryland Extension staff, | The annual jingle party will be complimented the-clubs of Alleganj he:3 for members December 20 at County for leadership. Miss Bean said Miss Kellar trying .to have the Homemakers Creed, written by Mrs. Ann Grindle, Westernport, adopted, as the National Homemakers Creed. Those who took part in the program were Mrs. Holmes Cessna, Mrs. Russell O'Neal, Mrs. Ruthella Fey, Mrs. Carl Bennett, Mrs. William Hilling, Mrs. Grace Gillum, Mrs. William Welsh and Mrs. T. A. Fromeycr. Recreation was in charge ot Mrs. Edward Lundeen, Mrs. William Eichner and Miss Fey. Jingle gifts were presented to members and guests, attended. Sixty-four Miss .Screen Will Be Honored by OES Group Miss Ruth, Screen, treasurer, will be honored .tonight by Cumberland Chapter No. 56, Order of the Eastern Star, at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Elizabeth Lamp, worthy matron, and Austin Ward, worthy patron, will preside at the business session. A playlet to be presented • will have Miss Bessie Balrd. Miss Margaret Flurshutz, Mrs. Mary Steele Mrs. Edith. Canfleld and Mrs. Marguerite Wagner participating. Mrs. Jessie McElflsh will accompany the group and the chapter choir. Mrs. Elizabeth Landis nnd Miss Screen will be in charge of the social hour concluding; the program. Marlene Anderson Hostess at Party Marlene Anderson was hostess at a pajama party a recent eveniag at her. home,' '403 • Arch Street. Games featured and refreshments were served. -, Guests were Wanda True,;.Evelyn Blaul, Barbara Bratt, Earleiie Emmert, Alice Greise, Fay Whisner and Patricia Hartman. the home of Mrs. Sari Klavuhn, Sylvan Avenue. The feature of the recent meeting was the demoi^tration of a children's magazine given by Mrs. Goldie Blaugh, representative of the magazine. A discussion followed. -Others attending were Mrs. John Mullaney, a- guest; Mrs. James R. Smith, Mrs. Orrie Sensabaugh. Mrs. James Connor. Mrs. Lorimer Twlgg, Mrs. Cai-l Robbins, Mrs. John Purucker, Mrs. Ray Weimcr rnd Mrs. Guy Bradour. ; Events Briefly Noted With Pacific Fleet KEYSER,- W. Va.—Ralph W. Poe, storekeeper first class, TJ. S. Navy, husband of Mrs, Glennn R. Poe, 34 Orchard Street, is serving aboard the general communications .ship TISS Olympus with'the Pacific Fleet. Personals Mrs. Grace Bolyard, 181» NorSb Lee Street, has returned home after undergoing' 'an operation at Memorial Hospital. Milo H. Clem, Sr., 317 Race Street, is recovering from a:r operation which- ha underwent in Memorial Hospital, Mondny. < Football razzle-dazzle being what .t is, astronomers are needed to .dentify the stars in each. play. The a cappella choir of Fort Hill High School will present a program Sunday night at 7:30 at the Second Baptist Church. Rev. Kenneth E. Hayes, pastor, will deliver the sermon. Miss Annette Yates will direct the program. Members of Mclvinley Chapter No. 12, O.E.S., will attend, forming outside the church at 7:15. The service is open to the public. The South End Democrat Club will hold a dunce tonight at 332 Virginia Avenue. The rTA of Centre Street School will sponsor a bake sale Saturday afternoon, Decemter 18, at 1 o'clock at 116 North Centre Street. Tile Twiggtown Homornakers Cl'Jb will hold its annual community Christmas party tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson Wlilisor., Williams Pythian Sisters Group Elects The Past Chiefs Club of Manhattan Temple No. 8, Pythian Sisters, elected officers at Its Christmas party at the All Glian Shrine Ccun cry Club 'earlier In the week. Mrs. Genevieve Wagner, vice president, presided and was electee president for 1343. Other officers ave Mrs. Margaret McFarland, flrst vice president; Mrs. Marie Franklin, second vice president; Mrs. Emma Smith, secretary; and Mrs. Fae Lee Burner, treasurer. Club sisters were revealed and games played. Others present were Mrs. Emma Allstetter, Mrs. Josephine Biggs, Mrs. Catherine Chevront, Mrs: Agnes Love, Mrs. Elsie LcVir. Mrs. Ruth Smith.. Mrs. Lucinda White, Mrs. Eva Blake and Mrs, Rcba McKee. The next meeting will be held January 24 at the temple, with Mrs Cheveront and Mrs. McKee hostesses. Slate Official To Visit Moorefidd Legion Post MOOREFIELD, W. Va.—The John M. Gollariay Legion Post will be host to R. A. Thorn, assistant adjutant and field executive for the West Virginia Department of the American Legion, at the Legion Home next Tuesday. Thorn is making an official tour of :i!l Ule Legions posts in the state. The board of trustees will meet after the post session. Clinic Scheduled DANVILLE — A child hygiene clinic will be held Monday nt 1:30 p. in. in the basement of the Church ol 1 tile Brethren here by Dr. Thomas Robinson, Cumberland pediatrician, assisted by Miss Margaret Morris- Road, Carol singing and Christmas ames will feature the entertainment. Refreshments win be served by club members. The Memorial Hospital Alumnae ;•' Association win hold a benefit dance "rom 9 to 1 tonight at the Clary Club for its scholarship fund, • The American Legion will hold its weekly dance tonight at the home. The Navy Mothers Club will elect tonight at 7:30 at the VPW Home. isay, public health nurse in the ' C"&saptown district. CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS 3 Ada/one To Sing At Elks Tomorrow A feature or the dance tomorrow night of Cumberland Lodge No. 63, 3.P.O. Elks, will be the return engagement of Iva Malone, song styl- i y st, who will sing during dancing ,g and at the intermission.. ( j> Miss Malone was hear first dur- nfi the Elks "Reopcn!nj.>' week" program, several weeks ago.' She will be accompanied by the Stai-Iighters Orchestra which will also play for dancing starting at 9:30. • CcJar Chests • Sludlo Couches E y • Easy Chairs * Uvlnx Kooni R •• Suites • Bed Room Suites • Oil, K Gas. Coal Heaters and Ranges ff • Bnty Hlrh Chairs and Beds K • Electric Refrigerator* • Wash- /5 in; Machines • Kitchen Cabinets H • Breakfast Sets • Smokers ffi • Scwinc Machines • Pianos • Radios K K : 5? 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