Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 10, 1948 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 10, 1948
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;.' Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Spaghetti Supper Given For Royale Athletic Boys EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinette, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinkle, Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Jlyan, Mr. and Mrs. Presley Manic and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas entertained with n spaghetti supper a recent evening, ' 'lor th« boys if. the Royal'; Athletic '•'Club, most of whom were members •'of the Port Hill 1948 football team. * The supper was served at the IRoyale Dairy by Mrs. Robinette, : Jirs. Hinkle and Mrs, Mauk. » A large cake in the form of a 'gridiron ^^ miniature players rep- .'reiRJtine Fort Hill and Allegany •High Schools centered 'the table. ;,Tht cake was decorated by Mrs. ; Kobinette. Why Thousands of Doctors prescribe pleasant tasting (CAUSED BY COLDS) PERTUSSW acts at once. It not only' relieves such coughing but also loosens up phlegm and makes it easier . to. raise. PERTUSSIS- ' is safe! Mighty effective for old and young! Pleasant tasting! 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Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mauk, Mr. and Mrs. Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Robinette, Charles Latimer Terrance Burke, Edward Tucker, Robert Mattingly, Patrick Murphy, Joseph Wolfe, Robert Doman, Robert Frye, Robert Birmingham, L'eroy Aronholt, David' Lehman and. Robert Jewell. Carol Singing Features West Side PTA Meeting A program of carols featured the meeting of'the West Side Parent- Teacher Association at the school a recent night with Charles Herath presiding. Russell Minnicks led the singing of carols with Mrs. Samuel T. Weatherholt at the piano. The Association presented book cases' to the- school. Miss Bemice Winner accepted for the school. The auditing report by Ross W. Prysock on "Family Fun Night" showed . receipts ,of $233.10. The Christmas party for the children will be held December 15 at 2 p, m. Miss Nan Livingstone's room won the first place attendance award of $3, and Mrs.'Mary Alma Dudley's room won the second prize of $2. Hostesses at the social hour were Mrs. Herbert Nesbitt, Mrs. Edwin Lilya, Mrs. Clarence Cline, Mrs. Harry Kesecker, Mrs. Richard Cook, Mrs. Fred Roberts and Mrs. Robert Reinhard. Alpha Alpha Group Will'Hold Party At Mullan Home Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi selected the date for its Christmas jingle party at a meeting Wednesday night at the Catlio- lic Daughters or America Home. Mrs. Florence Ruppert presided. The party will be a joint Christmas and New Year's f«te January 4 at the home of Mrs. Juanita Mullan, North Alleg'any Street. The cultural program Wednesday nigh; was conducted by Mrs.iHup- pert and Mrs. Jeanne Fradiska on "Charm." Others taking part in the program were Mrs. Rose Mary Bninn, who gave the story of "Why The Chimes Hang," and Miss Earlene Hardman, who gave "The Origin of the Christmas Song." Miss Catherine Lippold, .social sponsor for the chapter, was a guest. Others attending were Miss Margaret Connell, Miss Elda McCracken and>Miss Eva Leighty. Richard Dick Feted On Fifth Birthday ' Mr, and Mrs. H. G. Dick, 625 Leiper Street, entertained a recent afternoon for their son, Richard, in celebration of his fifth, birthday. Games were played and refreshments served. Attending were Donna Lee Klosterman, Edward Klosterman, Bonnie Lee Carbaugh, Merle Bisgleman, Blllie Jean Atkinson, Richard Atkinson, Barbara Jean George, Sylvia Blake, James Leasure, Betty Louise Welsh, Mrs. Layfaimn Dick and Mrs. Geneva Lewis. Officers Elected By Bowling Green Auxiliary Officers were elected by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department at a recent meeting. They include Mrs. Arthur C. Page, president; Miss Louise Jones, vice president; Mrs. H. C. Hamilton, corresponding and recording secretary; Mrs. Raymond Rosenberger, treasurer; Mrs. Lewis Millholland, Jr., publicity chairman; Mrs. Samuel Smith, historian; Mrs. James Dcffibaufih, cliap- iain; Mrs. Troy Haddix, vice chaplain; Mrs. Helen Assis, guard: Mrs. Nelson Warren, auditor and Mrs. Abbott, flag bearer. Plans were discussed for a holiday dance December 1 at Ali Chan Shrine City CluS. Music will be by the Esquires. It "was decided to hold the next meeting in the form of n. jingle party December 21, Mrs. H. C. Hamilton was named chairman of the ladies' group to assist Firemen with plans for the community party December 20 at the Fi:-e Hall. The English language contains about' 700,000 words in good repute. Jri-State Club Gives Christmas Party The Trl-State Traffic Club en tcrtained 200 members and guests Wednesday night at its Christmas party at the 'AH Ghan Shrine Country Chib. Santa Claus distributed gifts. The committee was composed of F. Lee Fresh, Leo H. Ley, C. E. Gehr, G. M. Gemmill, G. W. Eichner. F. A. DefTinbaugh and J. L. Carnochan, Party Will Be Sponsored By Homemakers Chorus A reunion party.for all who help- Jed to make the "Man on the Flying Trapeze" a success in the "Gay Nineties" pageant November 29, will ] be held by the Allegany County j Homemakers' Chorus December 36 at the home of Mrs. John S. Cook, Bowling Green, at 8 p. m. Jingle- gifts will be exchanged. Pictures of the pageant at College December 27 at. the Clary Club will, be discussed. Tickets, limited in number, will' go on sale next week. The Modernaires will play for the • dance from 9 to l o'clock. Reservations may be made • through Mrs. Beta Skiles or Kenneth Gerard. Park and recordings will feature of the entertainment. Guests -may reach the Cook residence by taking the Cresaptown bus on Baltimore Street on the hour. Alumni To Nominate Officers at Coming Meet Officers will be nominated by the Pcnn Avenue-Fort Hill Alumni Association Monday night at a meet- iing at Port Hill High School atj 7:30 p. m. The election will be held in January. • i To relievs miseries Plans for the semi-formal dance j without dosing, rub on Child's Colds VISJSS IMPORTED IRISH LINEN A Buxton § Billfolds I -^ 2.00 to 6.00 p 'y H:' Monogrammed Free! «•;> . if LAZARUS—MAIN FLOOR rf HANKERCHIEFS Beautiful all over hand embroidered. 25 different designs from which to choose. OTHER PEARLS 1-2-3 Strand PEARLS' J.OO " simulated . I . 1.49 to 15.00 2 for 1-00 OTHER HANDKERCHIEFS . . . 25c to 1.98 Sturdy 16-Rib UMBRELLAS MONOGRAMED F-R-E-E 'A glorious collection of hundreds of umbrellas in solid colors, novelty plaids and novelty woven borders. .The handles of plastic and clear lucite. They are lovely enough to hang on the'Christmas tree and sturdy enough to give many season's wear. 1-2-3 Initials! LAZARUS . . . 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