Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 14, 1948 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 14, 1948
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"SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1-1, 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Johnson Heights Pupils To Present Christmas Play The "pupils ot Grades four, five nnd Six of the Johnson Height School will present <i musical play "A Little Child", Thursday evcnin; at 11 7:30' In the school auditorium. The play is based on the stor. of the first. Christmas. There, wil be three scenes, "A hill near Bethlehem"; "Before the Inn," and."At the. Manger." The • characters are Narrator, Richard Lewis; Joseph, Philip Lassiter; Mary, Judy Snyder; Innkeeper, David Hetchinson; Caspar, Jack Andrews; Melchoir, • Richard Alderton; . ;,Baltasar, Gerald Rowley; Shepherds, . William Chenowith, Robert .'Meyers, Charles Hornbrook, Richard Feller, • James' 'Crabtree, Donald .Harden, Jack Trexler, Eugene Labor, Kenneth McKenzie.. James Monroe; Angels, Sandra Thwaltesv Suzanne Keyser, Beverly Reynolds. Rita Marker, . Dolores Rowley, Judy Bramble, Patty Weaver, Nancy Showman, Martha Catlett, Dorothy Summerfield, and "VVilraa,.Clair. Choir,- Donald Anderson,' Mary Turner, Barbara Schrlvcr, Dorothy Kimble,; Charline Hornbrook, .Betty "Eaton, Joyce Tichnell, Georgia McGee, Barbara Bishop, Joseph Humbertson."" Jane Sensabaugh, Stanley Wilson, .Norma Ballou; Lue Lease, Yvonne" Harper, Carolyn'. FincUy, 'David Christopher, Andrew Sweitzer,-Imogene Bramble, Mary Daily, .Barbara Thuss, Patricia Thompson, John Yergen, Dorothy Wagus, Camllle Cage, Shirley Brown; Gary . Jay, Robert Beckman, Bonnie Miller, Sally 'Morris, Gwendolyn Meeks, •Dale White, Joann Bealky, David -Rohinette,. Judy Lutetnan, Michael Wilson, William Resser, Jane Haus- Tnnn r wilma Riggs, Mama Mtyers, Ellen Proudfoot, Carol Ann Matthews: Yvonne Mowery, Sandra Dlcken, ihoru.s; "March of the Kings," renncth McKensle, William Cheno- /ith, and shepherd chorus; "We .luec Kings," Jack Andrews, Rich:rd Alderton, Gerald Rowley' and ;hqir; "0 Little Town of Bethle- iem,", choir; "O Holy Babe," choir; 'O Come Little Children," Dolores lowley, Catherine Ayers, and choir; •What Child Is This?" Fourth Sradc chorus and choir; "There's a Song in the Air," Beverly Reynolds, Joseph Humbertson, Nancy Shoman, Gaile Turner; "Away in a Manger,", choir. . Members of the faculty in char_. of the production are Miss Naomi Teter, Mrs. Mildred Mary Lee Higgins, Kuhn, Mrs. Miss Helen Domer, Miss Grace Swanson, music Instructor, and Miss Lpretto' .McGeady, principal. ; Events Briefly, Noted Judith, .Popp, June Dean, John Ayers, Roy Tewell, Bonnie Higson, Robert, „ Llewellyn, Mary Cessna, Jeanette; Buckalew, Martha Twlgg, Rayetta' Fisher, Richard Douglas, Lillian Miller, Tippy Hinkle, Phyllis Dent, Patricia Hannas, Donna Plummer, Helen Brown, Jeanne .Robertson, Eugene Gaile Turner. Gordon and The Staff Social Club- will hold its annual holiday banquet Friday night at 6:30 at the All Ghan Shrine Country Club. Members will meet at 6 at Central Y.M.C.A; for transportation. The-Women's Christian Temperance Union, of Allegany County will not. hold its scheduled meeting Thursday due to the holiday season. The next meeting will' January 2D at the "Y." The Past Presidents Club of the V.F.W. Auxiliary will hold -.its Christmas party and reveal secret sisters tomorrow night at the V.F.W. Home. Members whose birthdays occur in December will be honored. The Happy Valley Homemakers Club will hold a meeting at 8 p. .m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Herman Greise, Valley Road: Each is to bring a jingle gift. ' • The Faithful Workers Class: of Kingsley Methodist Church- will hold a Christmas banquet tomorrow at, 6:30 in the church basement. Husbands and friends of members will be guests. Christmas music will feature to_,.,,., _ .. . day's 7:30 p. rn. meeting of the Children, Gather nc Ayers, Co f umbla . s ' trect parent-Teacher 'rt.v T^> wnrhnva TSmcrlov CHnn_ .... Betty Lease, Barbara Ringler, Sherry Brieghner, Christine Veach, Robert McGce, Patsy Wheeler, Ronald lloreland, Sonja Mulligan, Alice Zehrbach, Stanley Sams, William Brown, John Cannon, Gary Shir- clifl, Stanley Oldaker, Karen Bramble, Maxine Hudson, Judy Wilson, Virginia' Roland, Charles Haislip, Association. The Loyal Daughters Bible Class of Kingsley Methodist Church will have a dinner at S tonight. •• Sempre F delis Class Program On Yule Theme "Observing .Christmas" was tin theme of the worship service of tin Sempre Fidells Class meeting a recent night at the home of Mrs. H L. Ncsbitt, 581 Arnett Terrace, wit]' Mrs. R. C.. Isiminger, assistan hostess. Mrs. M. H. Burgess led the devo- tionuls, opening with the'responsive rending. "Joy To Tile World," with the- following participating: Mrs. William Knows. 1 Mrs. John OrndorT. Mrs. Cheste;- Crabtrce, Mrs. Lester Wilson, and Mrs. Alary Harclerode. A talk on "Ways or Observing Christmas was given by Mrs. Edgar Shoemaker. Mrs. Harold Bishop gave an interpretation of the hymn. "Oh, Little Town of Bethlehem," Mrs, Curtis Bloss read a poem, "The Way of the Star," .and Mrs. C. K. Welch gave the closing prayer. One of the highlights, of the program was the rendition of Clarence Kohlmann's transcription of "Silent Night" by Miss Ann Fisher, pianist. Miss Fisher also played "Christmas Eve." a Yuletide Idyl by Ferde Grofe. Mrs. Clyde Wolford presided at the business session after which a jingle party was held. Refreshments in keeping with the Christmas season were served- by the hostesses. Others present were Mrs. Wilmer Null, Mrs. Melvin Wharton, Mrs. Paul Gross, Mrs. Earl zembower, Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mrs. Arnold Twigg, Mrs. Walter Long, Dorothea Wilson, Roberta Kesecker, Bernard Gross, Gary Wolford, Roger and Herbert Nesbitt. Twin Sisters Together On 64th \ Birthday; Feted at Local Home; An unusual ' birthday celebration i nnd son, Mrs. Hazel McOrd, Mn .vas held Saturday night at the Harry Loar and son, Bern.ird Loai' •lOrne of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith, fll Baltimore Avenue, when Mrs. Edward Moore; Judith Sturti Donna. Sturtz, Joy Lynn Goodricl: • Smith's mother, Mrs. Mary Cross I Richard Cook,- Jr., Joseph Wlu't< : ihipley, end her twin sister. Mrs.! Kenneth, and Ronald Cross an TWIN SISTERS CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY—Mrs. Mary Cross Shipley, (lei't), Eastern Avenue, nnd her twin sister, Mrs. Martha Morrison, of Buckhannon, W. Va., cut. their birthday cake, with G4 candles, in celebration of their sixty- I'ourth birthday here last Saturday. It was their first observance together since their sixteenth birthday. Reuschel, Linda Thomas, Robinette, Robert Jewell, Sandra Sandra Janet Delozier, Shirley Whetzel, Janice Long, James Cooper, Ronald Wolford, Barbara Fisher, Jack Day, Leroy. Gross and Ellen Yergen. The stage assistants will be Leo Stevens, . James Burcaw, Eugene Haines and James Plummer. Musical selections will' be "O Come All-Ye Faithful," choir; "Lay Down. Thy Staffs," Dolores Rowley and angel chorus:-"It Carae Upon *. Midnight Clear," choir and angel Past Councilors Hold Yule Banquet, Elect Officers The Past Councilors Circle ol Our Flag of Cumberland ' Council No. 100, Daughters .of America, held a Christmas banquet a recont night at the Bowman's Addition Fire Hall. . . , - , A large tree with Yule trimmings contained gifts. A miniature Santa Claus, seated in his sleigh with reindeers, centered the table.- The .program included group singing of Christmas carols and selections by Mesdames Louise Schible, Florence Wieres, LaVarn Morris, Edna Seick, Hilda Shrout and Mrs. Ada Keady, accompanist; a reading by Mrs. Anna Twigg; and group singing. Santa Claus was portrayed by Mrs. Wieres. The committee in charge was composed of Mrs. Swick, Mrs. Shrout and Mrs. Sadie Durst. Folowing the program the election of officers was held. They include Mrs. iKeady president: Mrs. Shrout, vice president; Mrs. Fay Lee Burner, treasurer; Mrs.' . Gladys Mauk, assistant secretary; Mrs Lu- -cretia Emerlck, secretary and Mrs. Eva 'O'Neal, assistant secretary. Secret sisters were revealed . and new ones drawn" for the -coming year. Thirty-five-attended. - Bible Searchers '. Class Ho1ds''Party ; - The Bible Searchers Class of the Evangelical United Brethren Church held its regular meeting a recent evening at the home of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Roy WTiiteman, 552 Fairmont Avenue. A jingle party followed the business session. Decorations were | Temce"have"re''t ; jniad after "s'per.d- in the Yule motif: • . . Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooke, Mr. and Mi's. Vernon Thornton, Mr. and .Mrs. Devon Menges, Mr. 'and Mrs. Linaburg, Mr. and Mrs. Cpl. Arthur L. Fisher has returned to Fort Worth, Texas, after spending a furlough at his home, 127 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mrs. W. S. Benson, Oldtowii, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Simon and Mrs. Gertrude Kelley. 3 Evergreen ing the weekend, in Baltimore. < ALL ARE TO WARD OFF COLD AND WET WEATHER ILLS! Produced ol the groves from te- leded fruit—shipped refrigerated to uj. We fresh-bottle and deliver it with the same care as milk. Each 8-ounce gloss equal to an orange. IN FAMILY OR INDIVIDUAL SIZES BARTON'S DAIRY .Phone 4515-W Alsco Aluminum SELF STORING Storm Windows and Doors Sfop Heaf Loss! Save Fuel! ' Immediate Delivery EASY TERMS Bay direct from this factory branch Isco Window Co. (OF CUMBERLAND) ,-in N. Centre St. -pHONE 1930-M -For. Free Demonstration ALSO AVAILABLE ALUMINUM CASEMENT . STORM WINDOWS Whiting Vincent Green. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goss, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Estep, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Snider, Mrs. Ada Lear, Mrs. Fred Eoyd, Mrs. Jack Rowan, Mrs. Vernon Shepherd, Miss Judith Ann Menges, John. Cook, Jr., and John and Kenneth, Green and James Snider. OES Chapter Holds Election At Temple Officers were elected by Cumberland Chapter No. 56, Order of the Eastern Star, at a recent meeting at Masonic Temple. They include Mrs. Mary Stcele, worthy matron; Wilbur Dlxon, worthy patron; Mrs, Edith Canfield, associate matron; Philip Ward, associate patron; Missj Bessie R. Baird, secretary; Miss Mrs. XJla Dawson, Ridgeley, has Ruth Screen, treasurer; Mrs. Mar- returncd home after a visit of a gucrite Wagner. month with relatives and friends' in j Mrs. Margaret The Ladies Aid of St. Paul's Church will hold a Christmas party and elect officers tomorrow. lortha Morrison, were honored on heir sixty-fourth birthday. It was :hc first time since the twins were iC years of age that they had a joint birthday observance. Mrs. Shipley, who lives on Eastern Avenue, has been a resident of Cumberland about. 30 years and Mrs. Morrison, a resident of Buck- liannon, W. Va., left for her home yesterday after a visit with her sister and niece. . Both Mrs. Shipley and Mrs. Morrison are natives of TJpshur county, West Virginia. A birthday cake with 64 candles centered the table. Guests attending the party, in the form of a surprise for- the . guests of honor, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sturtz, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Talbert Leasure and son, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Goodrich. Mr. and Mrs. . Ira L, Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cross and daughters, Barbara, Joan and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White, and Mr. and -Mrs. Harvey Sturtz and larnily. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas, Oscar Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Mallon, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Sturtz, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Leasure, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Oscar Leasure, Mr. .and Mrs. Bernard Loar, M;y. Richard Barnes and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brenham, Mr. and Mrs. -Anderson Cross and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hornbrook, Mrs. Clara Rice •The Spier-Eisenberger Circle c First Presbyterian Church will mec at.-the home of Miss Ann Spier, 21 Washington . Street,' at 8 tomorroi night. • '. • • '• Robert Leasure. A party ' for members of tb WSCS of Centenary Church an their families will be held in :on junction with the meeting tomorro' night. . - •;. The United Democratic WomenV Club will-elect officers at a meetta'' tonight at the Algonquin Hotel. The Baracca. Bible Class of SI Luke's Lutheran Church will<!mee at 8 tomorrow 1 night at the church PROFESSIONAL CARE Is Best For Your Hair! Machine Machineless Cold Wave Sreck - Complete^ Scalp Trcatn by Dolores Couter • now. at BOBETTE BEAUTY SHOP 122',S S. Liberty Street Phone 4SM '• Nomads of Avrudka will meet at 7:30 tonight at the Regal Club. appreciation of her work for the chapter. Mrs. Lamp, who made the presentation, will honor her officers at a meeting January 23 when an initiation will be held. A social hour concluded the program with Mrs. Elizabeth Landis and Miss Screen in charge of arrangements. The chapter will not hold its regular meeting December 24. Oakland ar.d Morgan town, W. Va. Mrs. Robert W. Fink. Fayette Street, is a patient Ju Memorial 1-Iospital. The Amoma Bible Class of First Baptist Church will hold a Christmas party and banquet at 6:30 tonight at 109 Polk Street. Class sisters will be • exchanged. conductress, and Hi.xon, associate conductress. They will be installed jointly with officers of McKinley Chapter No. 12, January 14, at Masonic Temple. Mrs, Elizabeth Lamp; worthy matron, and Austin Ward, worthy patron, presided, Miss Screen was honored ceremony at which time she was presented with a jewel chest in It's means: f. Energy 2. Sweetness 3. More Food Flavor 4. Cleanliness 5. Full Value, A custom-tailored Santelli Blouse, styled and created right here in our own shop especially for her. An original that's exclusively hers, sure please. Come in today. op "Blouses Exclusively" 105 Henry Street Open, doily, oil day Keep Her BEWITCHING in NOLDE NYLONS . Tuned to Winter's moootoni look, Nolde's stocking, color. 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