Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 28, 1948 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 28, 1948
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 19/18 Phone 4GOO for a WANT AD Tak« DeMoloy Members Entertained By Scottish Rite at Yu e Dance " One of the feature social events of the holiday season was the dance held, at the All Ghan Shrine Country Club a recent evening whcnj . the Scottish Rite Bodies entertained Cumberland Council, prdei of DeMolay. The Jimmy Andrews Orchestra plnycd. The ball room •was elaborately decorated with pine holly and other Christmas greenery The guestn included Robert K. Taylor Mary Lou Hawkins; Jameii R. Shlnholt, Sylvia Kroll; William H. Rcphan, Jane Gcis; John Prank, Rosemary Weimer; Edward Eyler, Virginia Ward; Betty Courtney, Kichard Stump; Jack Paupe, Mona Beal; John Hafer, Mary Moulton; Albert Weber, Francis Hafer; Dave Weber. Sarah Keller; Jame.i. Bell, Betty Dumlre; Troy Campbell, Lco- ca Campbell; Noyes Powers, Patty Bowie; Charles Brookley, Amelia Coberly; Lyndon Gump, June Alday aid Berky Smith, Phyllis Reinhart. Ray Stevenson, Hilda Stump; P.oland Stemple, Agnes Wotring; Allan Williams. Mary Huffman; Art Lalcin. Clara Segler; Donald L. Ort, June L. Rodda; William Leonard, Barbara Matheny and Donald Llewellyn, Barbee Sue Mansfield. • Jack Pierce, Margery Schade; John Borchert, Joan Yokum; James Moon, Doris Trenton; Ronald Hoelzer. Sue Cunningham; Charles Bucy, Marlene Marshall; Norman W. Evans. Nellie Kreger; Charles iss Eckbreth, J, M. Christmas Wed At Local Home The marriage of Miss Ann Eckbreth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Eckbrcth, MononKUhclf., Pn., and James McCounell Christmas, Camp Hill, Pa., son of J. S. Christmas, West Palm Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Neal -W. Reed, Detroit, took place yesterday afternoon at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Myers, 224 Washington Street, uncle and aunt or the bride. Rev, William A. Elxenberscr, pitstor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Mrs. Marshall Williams, icousin of the bride, and William G. Christina's, Baltimore, brother of the bridegroom. Lynne Williams was flower girl and William H, Eisenbergcr played the wedding marches. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a midnight blue taffeta dress and carried a family prayer book with a- marker' of white orchids. She wore a single strand of pearls worn by r ,hor mother at her wedding. Mrs. Williams wore a mauve sheer *.' Hammaker, Anna Lee Park and I wool dress with a corsage of brown William Yates, Lois. Mackay. Clarence Morgan, Carolyn Muls- berry; William' Brooks, Jacqueline Fox;' Dale Mclntyre, Jean Burkett Harold Michaels, Margaret Seaber; Lewis Engle, Rosemary Wilson; Jack Mansfield, Edith Sweene; Charles Wickard. Cynthia Sheckells; Harry Johnson, Jr., Dorothy Keesecker; Douglas Ritchie, • Marlene 'Yeager; Samuel Walker, Martha Duckworth; Glenn Lewis', Jane Souders; Harry Diehl. Charlotte Barringer; Wonn Reynolds, Barbara Pelllssieg: JUvin storey, Marceile Mullan and Owen Morris, Mary Lou Pressman. Ray E. PufTenberger, Lois Wenschhof; R. Thomas Hutcheson, Mary Ann Lewis; Philip Staggers, Margaret Bess; Suter Hudson, >.'ancy Eaton; Jack Martin, Helen Carol Gilmore; John Twigg, Mary Ellen Platt; John. Hinkle, Jeoneen Hartley; William G. Fuller, Mary Lois Shober; James D. Flanagan, Repina Butt; Seth Harter, Carolyn Bowie: William Bailey, Pattye Mc- Gcc; Blalne Morton, Helen Yodcr; Robert Grimes. Arlcne Whotsell; Bernle Coberly, Jeanne Marquis; Donald Burkett, Betty Gulick; James Close, Lenore Lazarus; George Lj'he, Donna Murray; Robert Starcher, Rebecca Lo Few and Donald Shrout, Wanda Loeber. Allegany Nurses Dance Attended By Large Crowd A large crowd attended the holiday dance of the student body of Allegany Hospital School of Nursing a recent night at the Clary Club. The Modernaires played and ths 3Tule motif was carried out in th"e decorations. Attending were James E. Dryer, Lorraine Pratt; Yeno Sgaggero, Mary Margaret Kilduff; Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Klavuhn, James Murray, Mary Frances Cavanaugh; Capt. E. L. Fisher, Betty Lou Harsh; Mr. «nd Mrs. Paul Harsh, Lee Bamhart, Ann Bamhnrt; Edward Coyle, Kathryn Footen; W. 'W. Devore, Mabel Brown; Mr. and Mrs. William H. Shepherd. Donald Lantz, Betty. Clatterbuck; Allen Naylor, Mary Edminston: Harold Askley, Carol Moon; Mr. and Mrs, Norbtrt Sell, Robert Wheaton, Shirley Sanncr; James Love, Jean Harr; John Pair, Jr., Gertrude Peck; Edward Evans, Ruth Johnson; J. E. Williams, Helen Williams; Harold Shocker- Margaret S hockey; Thomas Birmingham, Patricia •Patipe: John Hay, Harion Weber; Ray Wempe, Geraldlne Hogan; Fred Hill, Barbara Gaff; Glen Luzler, Leta Spangler; Edward Mason, Jean Long; Joseph Madden, Mary Louise Coyle; Richard Strong, Lois O'Don- neil; Francis Thorn, Margaret Geat&, James T. Johnson, ID, Su?,anne Wilson; Robert Robertson, Rose Harbnugh; Thomas Carrol, Wando Frobes; Donald Larson, Dorothy Frame; Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis, Russell Harm, Elma Stahle; William Hlckey, Virginia Weasenforth; Lewis Deeneen, Lena Stahle; James Lindner, Nonna Reynolds; William Trieber, Janet Riedel; John. Beck, Doris OTtourke:' John Manahan, orchids. The flower girl wore yellow organdy dress and carried a nosegay of yellow roses. Mrs. Eckbreth, mother of bride, was attired in an aqua crepe dress wearing a gardenia corsage. Mrs. M, S. Pouts, grandmother of the bridegroom, with whom he resided at Camp Hill, was attired in brown crepe with a corsage gardenias. Dr. and Mrs. Myers entertained with an informal reception jng the ceremony.- Assisting serving were Miss Prances Hanlon, Monosaliela, and Mrs. Adra Hopper, Camp Hill. The bride has bee_n attending Penn State College. Tiie bridegroom, a junior there, is majoring in dairy courses. He is a veteran of 18 months Navy service in the Pacific, Mrs. Peter Matt , Will'Entertain Sorority Chapter Mrs Peter P. Matt will entertain , , i. vv iiiiuiiijs .svJiiu, WUM*" i^ui-w "** «»*•* members of Omicron chapter of, ocrasion or their thirty-fourth wed- Bcta. Sigma Phi sorority with '' in j ding anniversary a recent evening Mr. and Mrs. Lucius S'Garland ' Feted On Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lucius S. Garland,] Williams Road, were feted on the] cgg-noK 'party tomorrow evening tit her hoinc, 2 Broadway Circle, from 8 to 10 o'clock. The hostess, who Is soclul sponsor of the chapter, will be assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Harry Bowman, and her daughter-in-law/Mrs. James V. Matt. Mrs. C, W. Hanks will preside at the nuK-nog bowl. The home will be elaborately deco- homo. The house was decorated In pine. holly and poir.scttlos n.nd lighted with red cundles in crystal candelabra rind miniature yule loss. The table wns centered with a large wedding cake, surrounded by n . holly wreath- rmd flunked with lighted candles. Mrs. Garland, the former Miss rated in the holiday theme with| He]en stallings, and 'Mr. Garland Christmas greenery and lighted tapers in red and green. Approximately 40 guests will be entertained. SITUATION: Someone tells story that you find hard to believe. WRONG WAY: Say, "I don't believe that." RIGHT WAY: Either keep your doubts to yourself or express them in a less forthright manner. SITUACTION: You are a young married woman introducing your- isclf to another guest at a large I party. were married December 23. 1914, as the home of Mr. Garland in Spring Gap, Md., by the Rev. Lynn Arbogast. They are the parents of 12 children find hnve nine grandchildren. Among those present were' Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur C. Garland .and daughters, Shirley, Carole and Helen; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garland and sons," David, Steven and Cari; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Garland; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Helmstetter and WRONG WAY: (Jones." RIGHT WAY: Say, Jones." Say, "I'm Mrs. i day Tea, Party For Children He W ByTri-Hi-Y Group The nnnunl .holiday tea of the- Trl-Hi-Y ' wns held ycs-i tcrdny at Central Y. M. C. A. and Its holiday party for underprivileged children was held Sunday afternoon' at the "Y.". •..,..-. Guests 1 attending • the- tea. were received by. Miss-' Mary. Louise Robertson, advisor, of the club. Miss Josephine Kompanck, president; Miss CnrroII •Border), treasurer, and Miss Juanitn. Blank, secretary. Sixty alumnae and members attended. Santa Clans visited Sunday afternoon's party, at-which 16 children were entertained with carol singing, games and-•• story telling. Gifts were distributed and- refreshments children, Rebecca and Terry; Miss| se rvcd. Pearl Garland, Lee. Kelvin, Alvin.j Thc committee in charge- was James, Teddy, Reba and Shirley | composed of Charlotte DeWItt.'Suc Garland, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar JMillholland, Josephine' Kompanek, Meyers. Singing is said to hasten convalescence—that is, if you're the one who is sick. "I'm Martha i Everybody learns something every 'day—and a lot forge: it the nest. Donna-Rae Garland. Mary Elizabeth.. Kammauf and" Betty Jo Duniire. The reddish egret of .Florida Is one of the most, skillful balancers in the world/- .He-can stand on a swayinsr vine., even In a strong wind. Personals Mrs. William Burk and daughter. Sheila, Detroit, urc vlsltlnu Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldllne, 7B5 Fayetlu Street. Mrs. Burk Is the former Edith Goldflne, of Cumberland. Mrs. Grace Smoot, 222 Columbia Street, is spending the holiday season in Niagara Palls visiting friends. Walter G. Kraus, 111 North Alie;any Street, who has been a patient for 'the past throe weeks in Memorial. Hospital, is showing improvement. NAVAI, ENSIGN AND BRIDE —Ensign Frank Minium Wilson, USN, and his bride, the former Miss Doris Mac Brown, are pictured as they left St. Patrick's Catholic Church following their marriage Sunday afternoon. ' The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. -Brown, Hyattsville, Md., formerly of Cumberland. Ensign Wil- son is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank M. Wilson, 654 Washington Street. Miss Kamilla Athey, maid of honor is shown at the extreme left and next to her is one of the bridesmaids, Miss Jean Henderson, of Washington. Rev. Thomas A 1 . Harc!esty officiated at the ceremony. •Pageant, Drama Mark Christmas Program At Church A Christinas program was presented at Davis Memorial Meth- odint Church, Oldtown Road, Christmas night under the direction of Mrs. SomerviHe To Give Luncheon Mrs. William B. Somervillc, Baltimore, will entertain with a luncheon at the Cumberland Country Club tomorrow at 1 p. in. honoring Mrs. Chauncey M. Simner, a recent bride, and Mrs. Marshall Williams an urrnngement of Christmas J.'OH-cra and green*. The hostess will be ussLsted by her mother, Mrs. George F. Hazelwood. A new suit sometimes make? a man 3. credit to his tailor—and sometimes a. debit. Adultery ranks as the fourth most common wound for divorce. SALE ON • . SPECIAL GROUP OF SUITS AT . EVELYN BARTON BROWN 11 N. Liberty St. Phone 336 and daughter, of Rantoul, -111., Mr. of Christmas", with Joyce -Long, and Mrs Edward Bock and son, of [Virginia Monnett, Gladys Moran, Arlington, Va., and the Misses Rita, Janice Bierman. Stella Monnett, Marian, Carol and Helen Bock, of Washington, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John.-Bock, 317 Cumberland Street. Miss Rita Bock left Sunday by plane for the West Coast to spend the remainder of the holidays with friends in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Oscar Eyerman, concert pianist, Philadelphia, .and'- Mr. and Mrs. George Tyerrnan and their son Robert, spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eyerman, ST., Rose Hill Avenue, The latter couple left yesterday, accompanying Mr. and Mrs. George Eyerman to their home in California where they will visit until June I.- Mr, and Mrs. William J. Gunter, Woodlawn, are visiting in New York. Miss Jane H. McMullen returned to .Washington last night after spending the weekend with her grandmother,.. Mrs.- Kathryn P. MacDonald, 400 Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. DsWoHe retuiT.ed to Washington yesterday after visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Komptmek, Oil JJUili \J JAAJLll^tr vwi*« ^ifct.m.M'.-—-j . Eva Hammer; Robert Dorsey, Ann Gcphart Drive, Kady; Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Hite, Mr. "and Mrs. Albert Fisher. Miss Avonne L. Eyre, 301 Washington Street, .-returned via Pan American airways from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she spent the past seven months, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Eyre. Mr .and Mrs. Charles F, Welg- nud are spending the holidays with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greenwald, 24,1 Columbia Street. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Davis, Summit, N, J., spent the Christmas, holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orland D. Rickey, Allan Thompson, Marjorie Pfaff; John Williams, Martha Pephann; Kichard Kaulowa, Ruth Burton; Richard Hariown, Louise Burton; Dr. and Mrs. John K. Ro'zum, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Morton, Mr. and Mrs. George Eyerman, 'Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Silcox, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lyons, Dr. Lewis Brings, Pauline Manthiey and Jean Morton. Shirley Sanner wns chairman of the committee of arrangements. Other members were Ann Kady, Janet Biedel, Elma Stahle and Jean Harr. | Events Briefly Noted Th» Junior Extension 4-H Club will hold its annual Christmas party Thursday at the LaVale Fire Hail at 8 p-m. Each girl Is to'bring a box lunch packed for two. The boxes •will be auctioned. The Paradise Methodist Church, Town Creek Road,' will, hold- its Christmas entertainment and treat »t 7:30 tomorrow. A Christmas party will be held for the Junior and Intermediate departments of first Presbyterian Church at 7 tonight in the Lecture Hall. Gifts will be exchanged. The Cresaptown Official Board vill meet at the church at 7:30 tonight . The Bowling Green Teen Age Club will hold its weekly dtinee tomorrow night at the Fire Hall. Cumberland Chapter SG. OES, will have initiatory work at a jpe?ial meeting tomorrow night' at the Temple. Mrs. Elizabeth Lamp will honor her o:icers. The Majority Association will !we a semi-formal dance tonight lit All Ghan Country Club. The Ladies Aid Society of First Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 tonight at the church. Cumberland Lodge BPO E'.k:; will entertain members of the Ladies mtcrtalnment Group with « jingle party and dance tonight, beginning at 7":30. Winter or 'summer, dad never need worry about where to take the family while out driving. They all tell him. Louise Kype, Phyllis Mackereth, Faith Reckley anil Beverly Long taking part. ' A'one-act Christmas, drama, "To Them That Sit In.Darkness", was also presented. .The characters were Gertrude Garland, Phoebe; Okey Mnri^rethi Timothy; Ronald Gordon, Aaron; Rebecca Lcchliter, -Sharon; ar.d Virginia Lechliter, Woman. Group singing of Christmas carols 'also featured. Wendell Gross * Feted On Birthday Wendell Gross was 'honored with a party in observance of his sixteenth birthday (it his home, 5.15 Woodlawn Terrace, Chrlstmiis Eve. Preceding the party the group went caroling and attended the service at the First Baptist Church. A large birthday cake, favors and decorations of pine'an^ mistletoe and holly were used in carrying out the Yule theme. Those present were Betty Courtney, Joan Clark, Lucyjean Clark, Frances Knight, Ronald Sheally, Ella Maravia, Sylvia Miller, Rnmona Twigg, James Alaerton, Jack Alderton, Robert Mat'.ick, Harry Ilixcr.baugh, William Godwin, Richard Slump, Donald Robinson, Neil Grayson, John Lizer, Harold Cookerly and Mrs. Wilma Aldevton, Miss Orphn Boggs, Mrs. Virginia Boggs and Mrs. Earl Gross. ice, Fort Pepperell, St. John's, New- The table will be centered with IDftK forty-seven Baltimore street Annual After-Christmas Inmates of a London prison must shave daily — so what's the advantage of being in jail there? • s ,&• Wisconsin pastor quit the pulpit to become a janitor in another church. From the divine to the ridiculous? ^^ AT INDEPENDENT GROCERS €> LA/ARUS FLOOR o CASH CLEARANCE ALL SALES FINAL LEARAN C E Continues All This Week ... 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