Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 15, 1948 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1948 Phone 4600 for .a WANT AD Taker Christmas Program Given By Music and Arts,Club A Christmas program featured the meeting of the Music and Arts Club last night at the home of Miss Dorothy Willlson; 201 Payette Street. Preceding the program, Mrs. Robert T. Kerlln conducted a short business session. Mrs. Duke W, Burger, was chairman of the pro- pram and Mrs. Howard Irwin, Mrs Thorner Smith and' Mrs. .Burger were co-hostesses. Mrs. Robert H. Mann gave the "Christmas Story", from the Second Chapter of St. Luke; Miss Datha Thomas gave a reading, '"The Littlest Star," by Marian Kane, and the remainder of the program consisted 1 of the, singing of carols. Soloists were Mrs. Anthony Bollino, Mrs. Blanche Stanton Gunter, Mrs. Mann, Mrs.'Harry' S. Butler and Mrs. Elizabeth Reinhart. • Miss WJllison directed the sing- 'irsg which was accompanied by an Instrumental quartet composed of Mrs. Vcrnon Cost, violinist; Mrs. Irwta. cellist; -Mrs.. William' B. Ludman, pianist, and Mrs. Samuel T. Weatherholt. organist. Jingle gifts wero collected to be sent to -the Salvation. Army for distribution. Christmas decorations of . pine boughs and cones were used throughout the house and the but- let table was centered with a Yule log of lighted candles. Mrs. Kerlin poured and -the hostesses served refreshments. • . • • ' Others attending were Mrs. Richard W. Trevaskis, Mrs. Henry C. Swearingen, ^ Herbert Platt, , Mrs. 'Carl A. Sander, Mrs, Nellie Wilson Footer, Mrs. William L. Keller, Mrs. Mabel Si Popo, Mrs. Marguerite w. Richards, Mrs. M. Monroe McKenzie and Miss Ann Dorsey. Weldermern Class HI. Hold Annual Dinner On Friday' The Weldermern Bible Class "o he Centre Street Methodist Cnurd The D. A! V. Auxiliary made plans, will- hold its annual covered d:s at a recent meeting for a.Christmas dinner m the club room of, tL party, December 28, at the home of church Friday evening at G o clock Mrs. Bertha Klink, .Frostburg. Mrs. ,'Mrs. Harrj-B Sirnpson js th ' Events Briefly Noted Auxiliary-G ves Donation $250 To Firemen; Elects The Ladies Auxiliary of the Bedford Road Pire . Department presented the Department with $250 at a recent meeting', and completed plans lor the. round, and square dance to be held tonight at 8:30 at the fire hall. Officers were also elected. • Paul Breedlove will be violin soloist .tonight a*ad music for dancing, will be furnished by . the Cumberland Barn Dance Pals. A cake wilfc will feature and refreshments served'. . . • • . Mrs. Fred Purnell presided at the meeting and members answered the roll call with a short original jingle. The new officers include Mrs. Virginia Brantz, .president; Mrs, Evelyn Adams, vice-president; Mrs. Olen, McBlfish, secretary, and Mrs. tyargaret Brady, treasurer. Miss Maxine Sweitzer was named trustee. The Sunshine report was given by Mrs. Oscar Judy -who also led in reciting the Lord's Prayer. Hostesses were Mrs, Mary Adams and Mrs. Evelyn Adams. The recreation program, with Mrs. Edward Lundien chairman, 'featured james for which prizes were aware ed to Mrs. Judy, Mrs. Sherida Tewell and Mrs. .Angela O'Neal. Hostesses named for the r meeting are Mrs. Furnell and Mr McElfish. . Yule-Program To Be Given Sunday At First Methods! The Christmas -program of the First. .Methodist . Church, Bedford Street, will be held- Sunday evening at 7:30 under the direction of Mrs. 'Sadie E. Trjplett. It will include vocal numbers Rose Perdew presided. mas party tomorrow night fit 7:30 at Junior Order Hall. Gifts for the soldier boxes are to be brought. The Mt .Pleasant W. S. C. S. of Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Rhodn Clingcrman. .. Rev. John Cameron 'Taylor, pastor of the First 'Presbyterian Church, Frostburg,- will conduct the service nt Moffatt Memorial Mission, Bar-' rclville, tomorrow night at 7:30. The Ladies Council of First Christian Church will hold a Christmas Jingle party at 8 p. m. Friday at the church. Miss Margaret Doak -will be In charge of .the program. Hie weekly dance of the Bowling Green Teen Age Club will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 tonight at the Fire Hall. The Gleaners Bible Class of First Methodist Church will hold a Jingle party at 7:30 p. m. Friday in the church recreation. room. The Philathea . Bible Class of Centre Street Methodist Church will hold a Christmas party at 7:45 p. m. tomorrow in the parlor. A -well baby clinic will.be held at East Side School at 2 p. m. tomorrow.'Dr. Thomas Robinson will be in charge, assisted by'Mrs. Irma Marley. The Homemakers Chorus will entertain .tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. John S. Cook, Bowl- teacher of the class and also spon Mrs chairman. Others helping arc—menu, Charles Eyler, chairman, Mrs. Blai Welsh, Mrs. Roscoe McElfish, Mrs. Keith Sisk; decorations, Mrs. Jame H. Stuck, chairman, Mrs. Georg Griffon, Mrs. Arthur Gordon, Mrs Raymond Boore. • Jingle gifts, will be exchanged an class sisters revealed and new one selected. ing Green. The Louise .Eggleston Prayer group of Cresaptown Methodist Church will meet at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow at the parsonage. The AEL Sisterhood will have a turkey supper and Christmas party • at 5:30 p. m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs, John Geris. The Men's Bible Class of Grace 'Methodist Church, Virginia.Avenue, •will be entertained tomorrow at G p. m. with, a turkey dinner' in the church .recreation hall. Former members and prospective members have been invited, according to Hary K. Poling, class president! The Ellerslie PTA will hold a Christinas party tomorrow in the Methodist Church hall. Sanford H. Buley Chapter, De- Molay Alumni, will hold' its Christmas party and entertain Mrs,-Buley, Baltimore, ir she is able, to-attend. . tomorrow' night at Central YMCA. Democrat Women Elect Officers- The United Democratic Women' Club elected officers for the coming year and held a social hour in th Christmas theme at the Algonquin Hotel last night. The officers include Miss .Mary Jo Schellhaus. re-elected president Mrs. Margaret Dowlir.g, vice pres ident; Miss Jean H. Miller, recording secretary, and Mrs. Selden Landis,. treasurer. Mrs. Paul Hutson was appointed program chairman-. Officers ..will be installed at the meeting January 18. .. Personals Mrs. W. B. Frazier has returned to her home, 20 North Chase. Street from. AUegany Hospital- where sai was a patient. • Elmer ' Elbin. Kingsville, Texas has arrived here to spend Christmas with Mrs. Elbin and their children who are guests -of Mr. .and Mrs. George Triplett, 112 Greeni Street. They will also visit Mr. Elbin's parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Elbin, 247 Bond Street. • '.. Mrs. John Shannon, 116 Jackson Street, was called to Pittsburgh by the.illness of her sister, Mrs. Charles O'Baker. '. : Mrs. J. Russell Cook, The'Dlngle has returned from Jacksonville, Ka. : where she accompanied her mother, Mrs. W. O. Frey, who will spend the winter with her sister; Mrs; I>avi<J Dunlap. Charles C. McKeam, city fire inspector, who has .been a patient in Allegany Hospital, was to return to his home. 556 North Mechanic Street, today. IN 4 COLORS TO MATCH ALL FINISHES • MAHOOANY—Allo for cherry and redwood • WALNUT—Alia for dark mo- hooany and oak • MAPLE—Also for Kohl ock, birch ond pino • NEUTRAL—For bleached and light woods recitations; drills, a play and pantomime. The, recitations will be "Though I'm-. Little," Patricia Laurent; ':The Merriest Day," Charles Wilkinson;' "Santa Glaus and the Mouse," Gary Williams; "Don't Say Merry Christmas But Make It," Sharon Growden, The drills include "A'December Spelling Lesson," Billy Wanless Virginia and George Kirby, Carol Miller, Patricia linaburg, Peggy Riehl, Carol Ann Brown, Susan Clayton and Mary Ann Shultz; "The Gift Jesus Brought," Beatrice' McCarty, Margaret Judy, Shirley Raley and Judy O'Neil, and "Helping to Celebrate Christmas," William Turner. 'Vocal solos by Lois Stine and Louise Reckiey, "There's A Song In the Air" and "Oh Holy representing music; Alice Snyder, poetry; Kathleen Helker, art; Lois Myers, story teller, and Mary Elizabeth Ice, the gift giver. Members of the Primary, Intermediate and Junior Departments will'present a play; "Teaching Tillie." Juanita Heavener will portray the part of Miss Christmas; Barbara Boor, the spirit of Christmas; Bess, Barbara Varuer; Ned, John Myers; The Messenger,• Wil- liam.Turner; Tillie, Mary Galford; stars, Alice Myers and Grace Stafford; bells, Donna Stine, Diana Llewelyn, Ramona Elbin and Judy Emerick; carol singers, Michael Monahan • and Claudia' • Orndorff; Christmas, greens, Gary Williams and Ronald Diehl; candles, Helen and Lucille Wanless; stockings, Randolph Miller and Peggy Riehl; toys, James .Galford and Dorothy McCarty; candyi Wanda Lewis andj Ladies Auxi iary of VFW Holds Yu e Party and Program The Ladies Auxiliary of Henry Hart Post V. F. W. Auxiliary, held its Christmas party last night at the V, p; W. Home, accepted three new members and voted a gift of $100 to the Post as a token ol appreciation for,its cooperation 1 . Mrs, ZelleneNorris.presideci at the business session- at which time a box of Christmas gifts was sent to Maryland Cottage of the National Home at Saton 'Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Grace Bosenberg, chairman of hospitals, reported she had sent a.box of gifts to the Baker Veterans' Hospital at Martinsburg;. Mrs. Helene Bujac, rehabilitation chairman, reported on the Christmas baskets to be sent to needy families. Women's Society To Hold Supper, Has Yule Program The Women's Society of Christian Service of Centre Street Methodist Church will hold its next meeting in the form of a covered dish supper at 6:30. p.m. January 10 at the church. Plans were made- at Die meeting Monday night in trie church parlor. Mrs. Arthur G. Fuller, leader, conducted-the business session. The committee named by Mrs The party was in charge of Mrs. Duller to be in charge of the supper Bulac/entertainment, and . Mrs.i r ^d program me udes Mrs AC. Lillian Zimmerman, refreshments. Taking part in the program were DeLisle Henry, accordionist, Hulda Miller, pianist, and Mrs. Emily Miller, reader, who gave "The Christmas Legend," written by Florence Schennell. Mrs., Naomi Judy 'was accompanist for the .group in singing; I ws ; esu "8- Underdonk, Mrs. J. L. Ort and Mrs. Richard Dayton, -Miss Pearl Piper was in charge of thc-devotionals. She read the story of Christmas from St.'Luke. Chapter '2. Mrs. Ort told the story, "Scrooge's Christmas," and carols carols. Mrs. Marie Challinor impersonated Santa and distributed gifts. Sisters were reevaled and new ones chosen. Faithful Workers Reveal Sisters At Christmas Party -The Faithful Workers Bible Class of' Bethel Evangelical Church held' a Christmas jingle party and business session at the home of Mi's. Pearl Lewis, Thomas Street, i. recent evening. The devotionals were conducted by Mrs.. Agnes Burkhart, and the class sang Christmas carols. Mrs, Darlene" BrennemanT" Christmas'^- E. Rutherford led in prayer. dinner, Raymond Dayton; Christ- \ ^f:,, Lewls P resdcd at tne -business mas tree, Guy Wilkinson, and Santa with Mrs. Denton Rice as soloist. -Miss Mary Davis Glaus, Jack Reckley. A pantomime of Luther's "Away In A Manger" will' 'be given by Debra"- Growden, , Alice ' Snyder, Theodoris Luzier, Hilda Shipley, Eleanor Whetzell and Loretta Lewis the and Joseph Steen will" portray the characters of Mary and 'Joseph. At the . conclusion of the pantomime, a trio composed of Misses Audrey anrf 1 Louise Reckley, and Miss Phyllis Webb will sing "Lullaby." Mrs. Alfred Partleton, organist, will play a medley of Christmas carols for the prelude and accompany the various soloists. Ernest Rice, teacher ol the. Men's Bible Class, will give the opening prayer and 'the' pastor,' Rev. William J. Elliott, will pronounce the benediction. The public is welcome. La Vale Auxiliary Donates $1,000. The Auxiliary, of the LaVale Volunteer Pire Department, presented the department .with a check for 51,000, installed new officers and eld -its Christmas banquet a recent night at the LaVale Pire Hall. Mrs. Elizabeth. Close conducted the installation, and Miss Doris Kotschen- ruther was escort. Officers inducted were Mrs. Edith Cessna, president; Mrs. -Flo Alexander, first vice .president; Mrs. Jessie Zembowcr, second vice president; Mrs. Janis Lancaster;'record- ng. secretary; Mrs. -Leona Long, financial secretary; Mrs. Edna German, treasurer; Mrs. Josephine Hitchie, guard; Mrs, Pearl Kotsch- enruther, historian; Miss Mildred Beck; .reporter; Mrs. Hannah George, Mrs. Sally Ort, Mrs. Eliza- )eth .Close, auditors; and Mrs. Elizabeth Moody, chaplain. Taking part in the Christmas irogram, under,the.chairmanship of Vtts. Sally Ort, were the Smith Triplets, Wllma Rae, -Wilda Rita and Wllla Royce; Rose .Marie Mathews, .Patricia- Lancaster, Beverly Price, ' Mrs. June Gover, Juflith Youngblood, 'and Mrs. Ann' Deal. Mrs,-Ort, .as Santa," distributed gifts. Sixty-five members and guests attended. session. Class sisters were revealed at the social and new names selected for the coming year. Others present were Mrs. M. E. Rutherford, Mrs. E. J. Walter. Mrs. Raymond.Reed, Mrs. T. W. Smith, Mrs. Agnes Burkhart, Mrs. Mabel Squires, Mrs. Katie Squires, Mrs. Alma Breighner, Mrs. Florence Fox, Mrs. Agnes Samuels. Mrs. Mae Brown, Mrs. E. E. Deter, Mrs. Florence Brant, Mrs. Frank Padficld, Miss Edith Hoyle, Miss Cora Tects, Miss Mamie Rinker, and Mrs. David Potts. Mrs. Vivian Potts was a visitor. A lunch, was served at the conclusion of the program under the direction of Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Ort, Mrs. W.. L. Burton and Miss Piper. Mrs. Puller was presented with a gift in appreciation of her services as leader of the association. Jingle gifts were exchanged by members. Others present were Mrs. H. B. Williams, Mrs, T. E. Gilchrist, Mrs. W. K. Edwards, Mrs. Beryl Beckman, Mrs. Charles' Langham, Mrs. Russell -Hilleary, Mrs. Charles Statler, Mrs. T. B. Stine, Mrs. June Mutchner, Mrs. H. L. Elliott,' Mrs. C. V. Mardorff, Mrs. Sophia Glynn and Mrs. Georgte Deffer.baugh. Benefit Donee To Be Held By Bowling Green Group •A benefit dance for the Bowling Green Fire Department will be sponsored by the Auxiliary this Saturday night at the' Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club. The dance, open to the public, will begin at 9 o'clock. A floor show will be presented at 10 o'clock by students of the Mary Kathryn Steckman Dance Studio. The Esquires Orchestra will play for dancing. Program Will Mark Club Luncheon An entertainment program will follow the covered dish luncheon, of the Christmas party to-jbe held tomorrow by the Woman's Civic Club at the home of Mrs. A. N. Golladay, 403 Washington Street. The program will include "Introductions' to Christmas Carols," by Mrs. Henry C. Swearlngcn; a reading of VanDy Ice's. "The Other Wise Man," by Mrs. William H. Longwell, and carol singing under the direction of Mrs. Harry J. Barton. The American Home Group, Mrs. Jolladay, chairman, will have charge of the luncheon with Mrs. Allan. C. Fisher in charge of arrangements. for the Christmas guest and a permanent extra room . The Hide A-Way BED by Simmons complete Lawson Sofa with Bcoutyrcst mattress BENEMAN'S Western Marylcnd's Finest Furniture Store 'OR FATHERjOHNS MEDICINE/ Household Simonii thoroughly doom' the finiih—driei to a brilliant lotiny luitor—hclpi covor icfalchoi. • Unlit* ordinary paliihoi it ii nover oily or jticky—won't attract duit or fingor. prinlt. 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