Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml)., THURSDAY, DBCISMBEK 23. 1i)-l8 Phone 4flOO' : for a WANT Al> Taker Directors Fete Personnel Of ' Liberty Trust/ People's Bank Directors of the Liberty Trust and Peoples Banks entertained employes und officers of both banks at : dinner and Christmas party lasi night at the All Ghan Shrini Country Club. Charles A. Piper, president of the Liberty Trust, presided and welcomed tho guests. The invocation m-ns given by Franklin H. Ankency Hugh D. Shires was master of ceremonies. The tables were centered with . Yule 'arrangements of pine boughs cones and lighted red candles. San• t& Claus, impersonated by Pau . Eeu*r, distributed gifts from trm Christmas tree -which highlighted • the decorations of the' ballroom _ wher» the party was held. • *he program following the din• n«r -was informal with' 'all- guests participating. A comedy sketch, .directed by.Mr. Shires, was presented *nd th.9 ' program concluded with tht slog'rng of- oarols. Quests numbered 110. Assisting Mr. Shires,, chairman ol the committee on. arrangements '. wet* Virginia Read, Mrs. Mwgarel . Worm, "Walter Fraley and Miss Mary • !«• Winebrenner. Former Local Man : Will-Wed Portland. .Girl December 26 The «ngagement of Miss Delores . Katalie PieretU, -Portland, Oregon • to Wad* H. HoweH, Jr.. of Elkins, W. Va, formerly of Cumberland, . fee* been announced by the bride• tlect'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank -PitreiU.- Portland. The wedding will '. tftka place December 26 in the St • Rose- Catholic Church, Portland, " • Th» bridal party will include Miss . Eleanor FleretW, only sister of The bride. maid of honor; Miss Pran•M JVangipani, Portland, bridesmaid; Frank Frangipanl, Portland, . bwt man and Salvatore Campagna, August Gowo • and Joseph Piwetti, Tn» bride -will be a*tired in a of bridal satin with court ." train and wearing a veil falling • from fc pearl .coronet. Her bouquet • irill b» of white xoses, -white orchids ' and ttephanotis. The maid of honor • irill wear emerald green satin and the bridesmaid will be attired in ; sherry red satin. Both Trill carry . pink chrysanthemums. A reception' -will be held io>k>wteg tbe ceremony. • Mr. Hcwell, •who attended Alle- fany High School 'here for two years, is now a student at West Virginia University, Morgan-town. He •erved 43 months in the Awny with M months overseas duty. Fire Auxiliary " Installs Officers Officers -were installed 1 by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the. Bowling . Green Volunterr ( Fire Department *t a meeting Tuesday night and the group .voted a donation of $500 to the department. This makes a • total of 51,000 raised by the 'Auxiliary and turned over, to the department during, the year. Mrs. Arthur C. Page was installed for her second term as president, st an .informal ceremony. Other officers are Miss Louise Jones, first . vice president; Mrs. .Glen Johnson, iccond vice president; Mrs. H. C. ' Hamilton, corresponding and', re• cording secretary; Mrs. Bu.tli Bracey. financial secretary; :Mrs. "•Raymond Rosenberger, treasurer; . Mrs. Lewis. Millholland, Jr., pub- licity chairman; Mrs. Samuel Smith, historian; Mrs.. James Deffibaugh, • chaplain; Mrs. Troy Haddlx, vice ;. eriaplaln; Mrs. Helen Assif, guard; r Mrs, Nelson Warren, auditor; and • Mrs. Mary Abbott, flag'bearer. ; The program for the year will be r outlined ' at 'the .January meeting. - Concluding the meeting a jingle I party was held .and . refreshments - were served. The holiday motif was - carried out in the decorations with " pine and a lighted tree. Events Briefly I Tht Philathea Bible Class of - Grace Baptist Church will hold a ' Christmas party at the church Dec~, traber 27 at 8 p. m. - Th» Cumberland Free Public II" brary -will be closed all day tomor- I row and Christmas, Miss Mary - Walsh announces. - The Junior Woman's. Civic Club I wfll hold a semi-formal dance to». night at the Cumberland. Country - Club. Jay Van's Orchestra, will play ~ from 9 until 1. The proceeds wSJ go - to the Cancer Clinic Fund. like ORMOND^ /inc flovtt, tingtrit, **arfk Paper Mi 11: PTA. .' •Plans Card Party, Gives Program Tlie Christmas meeting o' the Paper Mill School Parent-Teacher Association was held a recent evening with Garland Hiser presiding. Plans were made for a card party for.- the benefit' of the. street light fund for Locust Grove on January, 14. Mrs. Elizabeth Rosenmerkle, health nurse, will speak at the January meeting to outline plans for forming a Lay Health group to work in the community. ; Following the -business session, a Christmas program' was presented by Mrs. William Judy, Mrs. Alice Jewell and .members of the Te_en- j Age Club' of Locust Grove,' including Barbara Huff, Jean Doman.j Loretta Sarver, Betty Upton, Peggy Emerick, William Judy, and Corinne Jewell. Carols were sung' by candlelight and Constance.Jewell and William Judy -sang "O Holy' Night" as a duet., Santa Claus was portrayed by Mrs. Charles Jones who presented gifts. Refreshments' were served under the direction of • Mrs. Emil Haselberger, Mrs. Raymond Brant,' Mrs. Garland Hiser,. Mrs; .Jewel, .Miss. Betty lipton and Mrs. Bert Caldara. W.W. White-Bible".Class Holds Yule Prog ram .And Party ', 1<hB W. W. White Memorial Bible Class of Calvary Methodist Church, Ridgeley, held,a Christmas program and. party,at the church Tuesday night. Mrs. Lossie Flanagan -was in charge of the-program. Mrs. Eleanor Perry presided at. the business session when the class voted to pack a basket of food for a needy family. • Mrs. Edith Swamer, teacher, was presented with. an. umbrella M a Sift in appreciation ol her work for the class. 'Mrs. J. E. McDonald, wife of' toe pastor, led in trie opening prayer. Other numbers on ttie program were two readings \ "Mary's Christmas Journey," by Alda Arlington, and "Christmas Message" by Mrs. Flanagan. A recitation, "Two Little Stockings," wa* given by Mrs. Josephina Biggs. At the conclusion of the program refreshments were; »rved. by .Mrs. Arlington and Mrs. -Edna Nelsori. Personals Wayne A. Freeland, sophomore 'at the University .of Richmond, is spending the holidays . with his mother, Mrs. Eva Preeland, 415 Virginia Avenue. • • Jamas Keeoh, 700 Louisiana Avenue,, ij a patient in Memorial Hospital. ' .. . • . ; ' Miss Joan Reinhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. R«inhart, Jr., 521 Arnett Terrace, Is home for the. holidays from Georgetown TJniver- GOLDEN WEDDING COUPLE—Mr. and Mrs. 'Sanford B. Robinette, Cresaptown/pictured above, who observed their fiftieth' wedding anniversary last Sunday at their, home with a family dinner and open house. Both are members of pioneer families of Allegany county. Their wedding took place in Emmanuel Episcopal Church, December 21. 1898. Their four children, Mrs. Esther Bane, Kirby, W. Va.; Cecil Robinette, Lovettsville, "Va.; Mrs. Mildred Hershberper and Mrs. Ada Cecil, both of Cresaptown, assisted them' in receiving. There . are 1+ grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. St. Paul's Sunday School Will ' .PresentChristmas Program A Christmas' program .wiH be givon by Sfc. ' Paul's Lutheran Sunday School i« the church auditorium Sunday night. Mrs. James Orr Story," with the following cast: "The Herald." Donald- Turley; "The Star," Brenda Wait*; The Angel, Fay Campbell; Shepherds. Larry Shafferman, Micheal Wilson, Wayne will. direcfc the Beginners' Depart-! gams and Bruce Zembbwer. Solo, ment'program and Miss Mildred | "while 'Shepherds Watched," Gary Beck will direct the Primary De- ! B UCy . ; "M: a i.y i » DeLores Rowley; partrrient program. Mrs. Lelia Tay-; "Joseph," 'Warren Mackey; "JCmgs," lor will be 'pianist for the former j Ronal[ j sams, David. Rowley and and Mrs. Garold Fishell will bej(3 ar y Siebert; solo. "Away in a pianist for .the latter. | Manger," Xina Manges; angels, The Beginners will open the .pro-1 Barbara Stearn, Katherlne Arm gram, with "The. Beginning" by Lee jBrewer, Helen Brown. Jane Turley, Judy;.songs by department, "Merry roo n a Jean Wilson, Carol Bramble Christmas," and "This Is- .Happy Christmas;" "My Light," Sara-Lou Sweitzer; "Dolly's Welcome," Linda Shearer; "Calendar Revision," Mer- sity School of Nursing, Washington.iwhVHast; exercise, "Stav of Light," Lt. and Mrs. Harry E. Flock, Jr. Rumson, N. J;, are spending the hoidays with the former's' parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry •£. Flook, The Dingle. Mr. and Mrs." William. E. Ouliok Braddock Road, have'returned from a visit to Florida. •Mrs. Bessie Franti Clark, Brooklyn, is visiting her 'sisters, Mrs. 3eorge Kemp,. LaVale, and Mrs. Erma Smith, Fayette Street. John Edward Trost, 514 Sheridan Place, is a patient in Memorial Hospital. | Margaret Schell, Brenda Johnson, Patty Higgs, Charlynn Hyde and Caroline Andrews..' . ' •'• "His Christmas Name," Faul' Edward -Scharf; duet. "Slumber On," Dona . Sue and Birch Williams;. "Jesus' .Birthday," Robert Weakley; "Holly," Susie Crawford; ' "The Christmas Star," Carol Griggs; "On Praise of Jesus'- Name." Michael Agents and employes of Mower; exercise, '"Little- Jesus," peoples Lana Wait, Linda'Bradour, Cynthia! were Seihler, and chorus; -"My. Gift," Thomas Johnson; "Hiss. Blessing," Grace Church Has bristmas Parties The Ladies Bible Class of Gra<!e Methodist Church -held a meeting Tuesday evening in the Junior Room of the educational building.. A feature' of the meeting was a -jingle party . at which time cxlass sisters if the .pest year were revealed and new names chosen. Mrs,- Agne* R.- Apple presided ait tha busfcww session. ' The annual Ohdstmaa party anc treat o£ the Sunday School, of church* was held last night in ;he Junior Room. Santa Claus made an appearance and presented, gifts The singing of Christmas carols and a Christmas motion piotwre f tured the entertainment. Cresapfowri 4-H Club , °arty at Monneft Home The Cresaptown 4-H Club held a jingle party earlier In the week at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph tfonnett. Games were played and refreshments served. It was decided to hold the election of- officers January 8. Attending'-were Mrs. A. D. lecb- Iter, leader; Shirley Davidson,. Coleen Bowman, Ann Riggleman, Marlon Armstrong, Barbara Bowman, Juanita Heavener, LaDona iiid Margaret Monnett. So Much Quality For So Little Cost OnZy about Ic a cup" and Joyce Tichnell; stars,-Catherine Ayers, Judith Wilson, Sally Perkey, Sina Manges, Susan Brown, Mary Bramble and Barbara. Siebert. Trumpet duet. "O Little Town of Bethlehem," Dale White and Richard Douglas, and songs by depart- inent, "Silent Night" and "O Come AH Ye Faithful," will conclude the program. Insurance Employes Entertained Today Mrs. Blizzard Hostes To Circle Mrs. Zara Blizzard, 14 Virginia Avenue, was hostess to members of the Margaret? Brown Circle of Trinity Methodist Church a recent evening, A short business session and the devotional were conducted by the hostess. A jingle party followed with tbc hostess leading group singing of carols. Games were played with Ijri7.es .awarded to Mrs. Winifred Daniels, Mrs. Allen Shroyer and Mrs. Norman Smith. The Christmas motif was used in the decorations. Mrs. Walter Parker assisted Mrs. Blizzard in serving-. Others present were Mrs. Oscar Swartlcy, Mi's. Winifred .Daniels, Mrs. Norn-.an Smith, Mrs. Olen Mosser, Mrs. Donald Holtzman. Mrs. Allen Shroyer, Mrs. Edward yield, Miss Rufch Deremer and Miss Arrie Ambrose. Organ Recital At St. Luke's Church Christmas Eve Omicron chapter of -the Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a' holiday party Tuesday .night at the Girl Scout House, beginning with a covered dish supper. The recreation rooms were decorated with pine, holly and poinset- t'lis and the buffet table wns centered with a Christmas scene augmented with red candles and Christmas greens. Following supper a jingle party featured the singing of. carols, with Miss Elizabeth Lippold at the piano, and games. Gifts were exchanged by secret sisters. Miss Regina Yeager, who leaves December 28 to- enter the Ursuline Novitiate at Louisville, was presented with a gift. The committee in charge was composed of Mrs. Peter F. Matt, social sponsor, Mi's. William Harrison and Miss Mildred Hendershot. Others present were Mrs. Gerald Barb. Mrs. Byron Bonebrake, Mrs. Harry Bowman, Mrs. Howard Carolan, Mrs. Edward Cox, Mrs. William Cumiskey, Mrs. Taylor Dicken, Mrs. Pearson Gilbert, Mrs. George Hankins, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs! Reginald Mason, Mrs. Ambrose McKeniie, Mrs. John Pleiffer, Mrs. James Rice, Mrs. 'Brady Shanholizer, Mrs. James R. Smith, and Mrs. James V. Matt. Miss Ruth Barry. Miss Dorothy Lee Campbell, Miss Hendershot,Miss Helen Mae Kreiling, Miss Margaret Lester, Miss Ruth Lester, Miss Catherine Lippoid, Miss LeAhhan Maihews, Miss Betty Roemmelrne- yer, Miss Diary Lou Sanner, Miss Helen Schutz and Miss Regina Yeager. '" Girl Scout Carolers Visit Hospitals Girl Scout Carolers, under the direction ol Mrs. Seth Bowen, visited Allegany nnd Memorial Hospitals last night. All local troops, Cresaptown and Ridgeley were represented. Members taking part in the singing were Anne Hoffman, Nancy Close, Eleanor Murphy, Barbara Miller, Margaret Dersen, Margaret Sploch. Mary OLouise Dressman, Yvonne Buser, Virginia Jenkins, Nancy Bradley, Vivian Harmon, Sj'lvia Busnc, Gay Ann Long, Janice Stern, Barbara Stern, Charlene Hornbrook,. Marlene McG-raw, Helen Simmons, Mary Ann Simmons, Barbara Nichols. Lorraine Powers,. Carol Maphin, Barbara Schonover, Jacqueline Martin, Mary Louise Peck, Patricia Phillips, Barbara -Murray, Barbara Varner, Jane Hannon, Delores Eversole, Irma Lee Leasure, Cynthia Sheckles, Patricia Minke, Shirley Huffman, RobineU Collins, Patricia Snyder, Betty Helmer, Jane Plats, Donna Sisk, JoAnn .Rice, Leslie Millenson, Shirley Teets and Barbara Pariser. Omicron Chapter Ce ebrates-|' Holiday Season With; Party.-.,;'• An organ recital will be presented] Christmas Eve from 10:30 to 11: o'clock at St, Luke's Lutheran Church, Columbia and Bedford Streets, by Mrs. John Dorn, A. G. .O., organist and director of the church choir. The program Includes "Christmas Pastorale," Ashford, for violin nnd organ, Marshall Sowers playing the violin and Mrs. Dom the organ; "He'Shall. Peed His Flock," Handel; "The Evening Star," Wagner, "Shepherds Flute," Druman; "Silent Night," Lorenz: "Gesu Bambino," Yon; "Angels Serenade,"'Brago, and "Panis Angelicus," Franck," with violin obligate by Mr: Sowers. At 11 o'clock Mrs. Dorn with Miss Carole Reith will play "O, Holy Child" and "Hallelujah," Handel, arranged for organ and piano 1 .' 1 The ' sermon by the Rev.. Dr." K'pSall Sharp, 'pastor of the church, ; '.-wiU' follow. Miss Earlene Hardman^will sing "To'God On High," Siegel, at the offertory: '-.-••• ' ";'.".'.'?. .':' The choir will conclude the' pro- gram'singing "O Come To My Heart Lord Jesus,"' Ambrose; /"Cloryl'To God,". Rodgcrs, • • :• '.j..".''•... Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock. service a cantata, "The/. Christ Child," will be presented,.by-..the Senior Choir'under the direction.\of. Mrs. Dorn. P. E. To Entertain Group Tomorrow Commercial Department employes of the Potomac, Edison Company will be. guests, of the company at the annual holiday open house tomorrow afternoon, in the Service Room, Union Street, from 2 to 4 o'clock. The decorations •wiltcenter around a figure of Santa. Claus climbing out of a red chimney. There will be corsages|of holly,and gifts will be distributed from the large lighted Christmas tree. Henry W. Price. Edward Ewald, Miss Genev;eve McCoy and Miss Kathryn Smith will • receive. C Scatter Pins 1.00 Lazarus . . . main floor No. 5 the most treasured' * name, in.perfumt "' • ' • »• V * *" Laxorui . . . main floor. 1 Life Insurance Company O f the company at a Bruce Mayer; "The Lullaby," Mar- Ilia Find'lay; solo, "A Lullaby," Linda Cooper; "A Christmas Greeting," 'Jane Brewer; "A Star of Peace," Barbara Mayer, Exercise, "Light the Christmas Candles," Lana Waite, Carol Durebte and Darletie Brown; "Long Ago," Lana With'ers. Exercise, "Ring the Bells," David Lehmer, .Ronald Orendorf, Bradley Moon, James .Rice, Ray Weimer anc! James. Davis; "The Arrival of the Shepherds - and Wise Men," Dona Sue Williams; "Mary," and Micheal Moore, ."Joseph," shepherd*, Robert K. .Smith,. James Linn and Eric Fable; Wise Men, John Flndlay, Richard Vandegrift and Frank Williamson; "Mail Delivery," Micheal Moore; songs by department, "From Heaven's Throne, "Merry Christmas To You,"' "Farewell," Eric Fable. The Primary Department will present a pageant, "The .Christmas For 26 years, millions of housewives have preferred Flafco® for making a generous 9 inch double crust flat's light and flaky top and bottom, and rich wift that home-made flavoe. Ooly a superior product could have such a superior record. Christmas party today at the Fort Cumberland Hotel. H. W. Cook -impersonated Santa Claus and distributed jingle gifts. Talks were given by Robert O. Collins, local manager; J. T. Kenny, E D Peterson and J. P. 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