Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 22, 1948 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 22, 1948
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1948 Phone 4600 for'a WANT AD Taker Ursuline Auxiliary Holds Christmas Program/ Party The TJrsuline Auxiliary held Christinas party last night in th school cafeteria,. A program presented by several members of .th Senior Class of the Ursuline Acac emy and jingle gifts exchanged, . Mri. Frederick A. Puderbaug presided at a'short business sesslo preceding the party. The cafeteria, which has bee recently opened, was festive wit Christmas greenery, red candle, and a large Christmas tree wit colored lights. The program included two xylo phone solos, "Winter Wonderland and "White Christmas," Rita Helm stetter; piano, solo;' ."Medley -o Christmas Melodies," Anna Madden and two Christmas carols, "Silen Kight" and "Sleep, Holy Babe, sung by a trio of girls, Cath-srln Madden, Anna Madden and Lillian Flynn, with Gladys Miltenberge accompanying at the piano. Anna Madden played "Jingl Bells" as Santa, impersonated by .Mrs. Haiy Noonan, made an ap pearance. ' Gifts were distributed and two special gifts of th auxiliary were presented to Mrs John May and Mrs. Frank Donahue The Christmas theme was carried out in the refreshments served by Mrs, Gilbert, chairman assisted by the sophomore mothers LaVdle Methodist Group Holds Yule Christmas Program The V7.S.CS. of LaVale Methodis Church met in the parsonage recently when the worship service "Miners and the Christmas Light,' was led by the vice president, Mrs Bay Nine, and presented before a miniature manger scene. The program opened with a cal to worship," after which, the group sang "Oh, Little Town'of Bethlehem," with Mrs. Quinter Fike as accompanist. The topic was introduced with the general thought thai miners give so much to us, at the risk of their lives, to produce coal lor comfort and necessities. The scripture -n-as read and prayer offered by-Mrs. Dorothy Kave. The group sang "Joy to the World," The leader then discussed few points of interest' of mines near Connellsville, one in Kentucky and one in Garden Creek, Va. The Women's Society of Christian Service is helping toward the building of community centers in these places. The Garden Creek, Va., center was one of.,the projects of the week of prayer and self-denial this year. The remarks closed with a poem. "Who Are the Wise Men?" The program -was concluded with a playlet based on Henry Van Dyke's story, "The Other Wise Man." Those taking part were Mrs. B. Ralph Mark, Mrs. Edgar Hess and Mrs. Floyd Cozad. The president,' Mrs. Edgar He^s, presided at meeting. Mrs. Russell Hendrickson, chairman of the parsonage furnishing committee, reported on the progress made by her committee. Mrs. Roben Morris reported that .drapes were completed and ready for the sanctuary,' which will be in" the parsonage until the church is built. Mrs. Eugene Kreissig reminded all secretaries that their quarterly reports should be ready by January. An executive meeting lor this purpose will be called by Mrs. Hess. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer. A jingle party followed and refreshments -were served by Circle 2. Others present were Miss Elizabeth Close, Mrs. Elizabeth Gcr- bins. ' Mrs. P. R. Hartsock, Mrs. Charles Long, Mrs. Samuel McFarlane, Mrs. Charles Ross, Mrs. Wm. Bargcr, Mrs. Watson Dehart, Mrs. Earl Emmart, Mrs. Paul Gross, Mrs. Elmer Hite. Mrs. Ida Ingraham, Mrs. Violet LOOT, Mrs. Donald Long, Mrs. C. B. Wanless. Mrs. Ralph Rice, and a new member, Mrs. Wensheimer. The next general W.S.C.S. meet- ins will be held Wednesday, January 19. Kathryn Richards, junior at Boston University, and Thomas W. Richards, junior at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., are home 'to spend the holidays with their mother, Mrs. Margaret W. Richards, B69 Gephart Drive. CpL Kenneth LeRoy Fisher, accompanied by a friend, Cpl. Frederick E3ad, both stationed at Fort Bennlng, Ga., are guests of the -ormer's parents, 'Mr." and Mrs.. James L. Fisher, LaVale, for the Christmas holidays. • Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Knieriem. Willow Brook Road, are spending the holidays with their son and daughter-in-law, Capt. arid Mrs.' J. P. Knieriem. Camp Stoneman, Calif. Miss Harriet Joann Eliason, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold W. Eliason, 655 Washington Street, student at Perm Hall Junior College. Chambersburg, Pa., is spending the holiday vacation with her parents. She was notified before leaving that she had attained the honor roll or the college. • Virginia Cobey, daughter of Mr. •and Mrs. W. Earle Cobey, The Dingle, is a patient in Memorial Hospital where she underwent an emergency appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred.T. Small, 23 •Washington Street, have returned from New York where they visited for several days, Mr. and Mrs, Paul E. Bearinger, 21 Grand Avenue, will leave Friday to spend a month visiting the latter's father, Isaac Lopez, Puerto Rico. Young Married Couples Club Has Christmas Party The Young Married Couples Club of Centre Street Methodist Church held their annual Christmas dinner and party at the cxhurch a recent night. The hall and tables were decorated with pine, holly, laurel and a white' Christmas tree decorated with-colored balls..Each guest was presented with a Christinas card on which carols were printed. The evening was spent in the singing of' carols and games in keeping -with the' Christmas theme. Earl Nonnenmann 'acted I as' toastmaster and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beck were in charge of tine singing. The committee was comprised of Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Cost, chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beck, Mi 1 , and Mrs. John Chaney, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rice, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Nonnenmann, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins, Ml', and Mrs. William Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Xrimm, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Moffett, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Stag- Ters and Rev. and Mrs. Norman O. Scribner, The -next meeting will be held January 14 at the church-at G:30 . m. The committee in .charge -will Mr. and Mrs. Brooke Searcher, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Carscaden, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Philip tester, Mr,, and Mrs. Carl Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoover, Mr. ind Mrs. Wilbur. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Terry, Mr. and Mrs. William Luman and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hughes. Many Pre-Nuptiai Parties Honoring Miss Doris Brown ' Miss Doris Mae Brown, .bride- elect to Ensign Prank M. Wilson, Jr., .who is being extensively entertained at many pre-nuptial parties, and Ensign Wilson were h'ori-j ored yesterday by Mrs. Robert E,' Barnard, Sr., and Mrs. Samuel (Bradford at a cocktail party at [the former's home in The Dingle. • I The bridal theme was combined with Yule decorations. Approximately GO guests attended. Mrs. Norman E. Goldblatt and Mrs. Simon Rosenbaum, 2nd, honored Miss Brown at a cocktail party Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Goldblatt, Fayette Street. The season's motif was carried out in Hie decorations. The -hostesses were . assisted by Miss Louise Rosenbaum, Miss Jean Franklin, Mrs. William L. Wilson, Jr., anfl Mrs. Morris Rose:ibaum. Two other recent parties, honoring the bride-to-be, were a luncheon and shower .given by Mrs. Nellie Wilson Footer at her homo, 404 j Washington. Street and a luncheon given by Mrs. Clarence Shutter at her-home in-The Dingle. Miss Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul - A. Brown, Hyattsville, will become the bride of Ensign Wilson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank 1 M, Wilson, 054. Washington Street, in a ceremony at 2:30 Sunday afternoon in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. A reception for the bridal party and families will be held at the AH Ghan Shrine Country Chii following the ceremony. ' • The Rohrer-Herpich Bible Class of First Baptist Church will meet with Dr. and Mrs. D. L, Sherk, Bedford Road, at 7:30 tomorrow night.j ^ ; <&¥*-7-'j< 'Bll|§|f2 iC^r^vr & •* V - " * &* > ; fK^iiiP Irene Britten Honored With. Shower; To Wed In' Biloxi . OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING— Pictured above are Mr. and Mi's. Richard W. Long, 516 North Mechanic Street, who are celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary today at their home with a family dinner. Mr. Long, 76 years of age, has been employed by the Kelly Springfield Tire Company 27 years. Mrs.. Long, 37, is active-in liome and church affairs. They are the parents of eight children, ,three of whom are living and have five grandchildren. « Womerfs Division-ofGTP Mas,. Christmas Party at Queen City The Women's Division of the Co- Operative '.Traffic Program, of. the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company" held its'Christmas party last night in the ballroom of the Queen City Hotel.. A large Christmas tree featured the decorations.-Green boughs, pine cones, and lighted red, candles added to the Tule theme. The program presented included a reading, "The First Christmas," Mrs. Ruth rtopcrait. reading, "Buying For Their Mothers," Mrs. Emily Miller: accordion selections by a quartet composed of Doris Rice, Dorothy Stafford, Helen Paxton and Anna r Lee La;itz. ^he entire group ng carols accompanied by Mrs. Elsie Brinkman at tbe piano. Miss Mildred Dreschler, special representative of the Women's CTP, Baltimore, was - guest and gave a talk. She was presented 5. gift 01' perfume and Mrs. EmUy Miller, president of the club, received a gift of gloves. Mrs. Hallie Tracey, impersonating: Santa Glaus, presented gifts to all guests. " The committee, in', charge jras 'comprised of Mrs. Florence wieres, chairman; Mrs. Margaret Zimmer- 'man.'Mrs. Mary Jewell, Mrs. Helen Stallings, Mrs. Elizabeth Nave, Mrs.. Blanche • ower, Mrs. Clara Bach- Blanche Closer, Mrs. Clara Hop-' craft and Mrs. Annie Neus. Mrs. Miller conducted a business session at which time the nominating committee was appointed and the committee for the January meeting named. Mrs. George Wenrich is.chairman of the nominating committee and other members are Mrs. Anna Eorin, and Mrs.. Glower. They will present'the slate in February and the, election -will take place in March. The committee for next month's meeting.Is comprised of Mrs, Mabel Young, Mrs. Thclma Kaylor and Mrs.' Tillie Gobeli. '.' Approximately F5 members attended. now y° u can ' iave . y° u have~been dreaming about be cause now we offer our holiday col lection of unbelievable prices. hats that formerly sold 7.50 to 35.00 ' to es originator of-fine, millinery . 228 North Centre St. — Open 9 to 9 — Phone 951 ' Centenary WSCS resents Program- At Christmas Fete The Women's Society of Christian service of Centenary Church held a meeting and Christmas party at the church a recent night with Miss Nyna Fey presiding, • Rev. -Gordon Hall, pastor of the hurch, conducted the' dcvotionals t which time the carols, "Joy .To The World." "Silent Night," and Daybreak in Tlie Soul," were sung .nd made the topic for the evotional. Mrs. Edna Hardinger read the econd chapter of St. Matthew; eading, "A Christmas Gift" and The Three Kings," were given by Mrs. Steve Bowling and Miss Jean owling san'g "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Ruthella Fey gave the Sun- hin-e'- report, Mrs. John Wehtling, eported on the supply box and ead a poem, "Age," which she edicated to Charles A. Smouse. The Christmas party was held in he basement recreation room which was decorated with red and reen crepe paper, feslooned across he -ceiling. The Christmas tree, laced-on a raised platform, con- ained gifts. , The program included an accor- ion solo, "winter Wonderland." ames Bobo; song. "It Came Upon The Midnight Clear"; a'monologue, Miss Dorothy Entertains, the Minister"; song, "Santa Is .Coming To Town," Regina Ferguson,- Grace nd Ethel Gillurn; song', "O, Little 'own of Bethlehem"; reading "The Blessed Land," Mary Wentling;' ong, Rcgtna Ferguson; song by ames Bobo and a trio by Regina Ferguson, Grace and Ethel Gillum. Refreshments were served. Santa Uaus was impersonated by Mrs. idward Lundien who presented the children with gifts. The next meeting will be held anuary 19 at the parsonage. Miss Irene Louise Britten, bride- elect, was honored with a*" miscellaneous shower a recent evening by Mrs. George Bragg and Mrs. Fred Hamilton at the former's home r 539 Greene Street. The bri- r:al motif was combined with Christmas greens in the decorations. There was informal entertainment of music a'nd games and a tiered wedding: cake centered" the table, Miss Britten, daughter of Mrs. Louise Britten, South Mechanic Street, left Monday for Biloxi, Miss., where she will become the bride tomorrow of Staff Sgt. Ivan P. Gau- tler, son of Jules Gautier, New Orleans. The bride-elect attended Per.n Avenue High School and until re- recently served as a staff sergeant in the Women's Arrr.y Corps for several years. • She served during World War II for 18 months, in the Pacific area and for 23 months in the European Theatre. •Guests at the party were Mrs. Grover Aronholt, Mrs. Frank Simpson, Mrs. Charles Sibley. 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