Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 30, 1948 · Page 5
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1948 FIVE Ursuline Junior Prom Gala Holiday Event Attended by 160 The Ursuline Academy Junior Prom held Tuesday night in SS, Peter "and Paul parish hall was attended by 80 couples. Marty Flynn's Society Ramblers played. The blue- and silver color scheme featured a central. motif pointin;; •up a silver star with the fissure of .the Christ .Child. Clusters of silver »tars were outstanding 'in the decorative scheme from which the "Star- Lit" Prom took its name, Aidlng'-ln serving were Miss.Mar- 'faret Keller, Miss Mary Ann Bender iind Miss Lillian Flynn. James Conlon was in charge' of the check •room. • - The chaperones were Mrs. D. H. Barncord, Mrs. Paul Shomo, Mrs. L. A. Miller, Mrs. Norman Sell, Mrs. Carl Leydig, Mrs. C. H. Wlnebren- ner, Mrs. J. Homer Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hornick and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Puderbaugh. - Attending/were Dorothy Carter, Robert- Bucy;' Rita Wheeler, Ray- •.mond Brown; Ruth Lee Mackert, Joseph Carter; Margaret L. Smith, Casper Taylor; Mary De May,. Bernard Miltenberger; Gladys Milten- Pcrsonals Mr. and Mrs. William Hcnkel, Washington, who have been spend Inp; pnri of i.ho Christmas hnlklny; with Mrs the latter's Sidney D parents, Mr anc Phillips. 7 wos Second Street, returned home yesterday. . Pfc. Dally F. Dvc, USMC, returned to Camp LcJeune, N. C. afle spi-ndlng the holidays with his parents, Mr: and Mrs. Albert Dye. 1201 Oldtown Road. Mrs. Emma Nine, 125 Bedford Street, returned home after spending Christmas visiting her son. Freo. Nine, and his family in Philadelphia Robert F. Roger's, TJSN, has returned after spending Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car ierger, Donald Brakeall; Helen Carrol Gilmore. Frank Trleber; 3iary Alma Winters, Michael Cunningham; Rosemary Blake, James Soyle; Carol Cloonan, Daniel McMullen; Joanne Moorehead, Robert Burkett; Hawkins: Jane Daupherty, Roy Mnrjorle Millei', Chnrlcs F Rogers, 807 Mann's Terrace. Mrs. P. C Stone. Cave, W.- Wa., who spent the past lew weeks visiting her daughter, MU»s Geneva Stone, 61 Greene Street, is a patient in Memorial Hospital where she underwent a major operation. Miss Dorothy Reed, student at Madison College, Harrisonburg, va., is spending the holiday vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Re&d, Bowling Green, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kiracofe and son, Wayiw;- boro, Pa., also spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Reed, Mr: and Mrs. Marvin Rending, Sitter; Joan Rclnhart, Paul Lewis; S | lvo ,'. Spring, visited the latter's Dolores Glllard, Francis LauRhlin; Mary Louise Firlie, Frank Morris; Josephine Esposltl, Robert Schellhntis: Marlcnc YacKer, Francis Kltz- mlller; Dorothy Robinson, Donald DIehl; Ruth Neely. John Diggs; Joanne Shomo, John Downey; .ilyrna Mace. John Mattingly; 1 Patricia Kirk, Elizabeth Gero; Barbara Bright. Thomas McDonough and Ann Russell, William Joseph Burkett: Mary Puderbaugh; William Walsh. Louise Patricia Dorothy Daugherty, Joseph Spearman;. Joanne-Christ, John Lynch; Mary Rita Madden, Ronald Atkin- McMullen, Eugene Lutz: Halloran, Ronald Catlctt; son; Margaret Fisher: Donna Brown; Betty Fisher; Beda Paul Earl Hornick, William Mae Winebrcnner, Lee Lynch, ,Jcan Payne, Sherman De Witt; Eleanor Smith, Otis Bean; Katharine Lee Kirk, James Kelly; Rosemary Smith, Edward Coyle; Nancy Murphy, William Foley; Jeannete Fisher, Rich- 'ard Hott; Jean Leydig, James Rati- pach; Maxine Barncord. Eugene Martin; Helen Mullaney, Thomas Struntz; Virginia, McLanc, John Peters; Dorothy Blake, Raymond Brlnker; Elieen Brinker, James Steele: Dianne Sitter, Eugene Fair; Patricia Cosgrove, James Kelly; Mary Louise Sheffler, Robert Shrout nnd Katharine Fleckensteln, Harold Mower. Dolores May, Joseph Covmihan; Diane Wilson, Patrick DeMartini; .Suzanne Wilson, Francis Thorn; parents, Mr. and. Mrs, Lester J. Slbley, 408 Gocl.he Street. Mr. and Mrs. William Veasey, Virginia Beach, were gucsls of the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. I. G. Sponseller, 211 Faratoga Street. Miss Claudine Opel and Miss Esther Opel, Accident, have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Gates, Jr., LaVale. Miss Rosemary Illff, student at Slbley Hospital School ol' Nursing, Washington, Is visiting her home in Cresaptown. Miss Georgia M. Brant, Ridgeley, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. -Miss Mary Theresa Hammersmith. Staten Island, N. Y-, has returned after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Thomas Hammersmith, 425 Faycttc Street. The Board of Officers of Our Flag Council 100, Daughters of America, will hold a Christmas party at 8 tonight at the home of Mrs. Florence •Better. 230 Arch Street, STAR-LIT DANCE SCENE—The "dancers above are shown at the Star-Lit Junior Prom of Ursuline Academy In SS. Peter und Paul parish hull Tuesday night. The hall featured elaborate decorations of silver stars lighted by silver candles tintf the windows were draped with, blue metallic and nilvcr streamers. The same color scheme was carried out !n the chandelier coverlngs'nnd table decorations. The Society Ramblers Orcl'.tstra played and tliu Junior molhiire and members of the Ursuline Auxiliary .served i\ schnperoncs. Eighty couples attended. For'each 200,000 men examined during the last war by selective service, 340 were rejected with rheumatic heart disease. One Hercules moth lays about 200 eggs within three days' time. Betsy Mary Walsh, Thomas Mullaney; Sue Sell, Richard Strong; Dorothy Kelly, Frederick Barnard; Joanne Boden. Edward Martz: Ann Donahue. George McCulloh; Eileen Chambers, Richard Robertson; Marcaret Powers, John. Hartig; Eliza- Annual Sale Coats and Dresses Begins Today Reductions Up to of their Original Value It'* What You've Been Waiting For at the 23 N. Liberty St. Telephone 4576 ;eth Russell, William Paupe; JoAnn Woods, Philip Christ; Patricia Paupe, Norman Sell; Mary Elizabeth Giientenberg, Robert.'Grabenstein; Patricia Madden, Patrick Moore; Christine Joyce. John Kreiling; Marietta Boyle, James Deetz; Prances Flynn, John Arve; Katharine Welmer, Glenn Davis;.Georgia Willison, Roger Leuck; Frances Campbell, Thomas Connelly;. Rosemary Everstlne, William Br.rkey; Ann Reynolds, Joseph Stitcher; Jean Long, Edward Mason; Margaret Goet-2, Richard Printy; Carol Seeders, Dale Fridely; and Nancy Goetz, and Robert Johnson. Harper-Miller Rites At Parsonage The marriage • of ' Miss Leona Jouise Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Miller, Cresaptown, ant! Kenneth Harper, son of Mr, ind Mrs, William J. Harper. Gilmore, was performed Sunday in ,he parsonage of the Cresaptown Methodist Church. Rev. -Louis P. Chastain officiated and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaffer, brother-in- law and sister of the bride, were the attendants. The bride, a graduate of the Oakland High School, wore an aqua dress with black accessories and a corsage of red of honor wore brown accessories and a corsage of pink roses, Mr. Harper nllcnded Centi-.il High School, Lonaconing, and served three years in the Southwest Pacific. Both Mr. and Mrs. Harper are employed at the Celanese Corporation. After a trip through. Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Harper will reside at the Kelly Boulevard Apartments. roses. Her matron a pink dress with TONIGHT! Screen Guild Players FANNY BRICE HANLEY STAFFORD HANS CONREID P/nocctoo CAMEL CIGARETTES The Accent Is On Prettiness . . . These Hats Are UNUSUAL1Y Pretty and ... UNDERPRICED too! Hundreds More NEWEST HATS At Prices "LESS Than You'd Expect To Pay" $O-98 ^^ Others 51.98 to $10.00 All the Neweit Colors—All Heodiiies . . . and for the Mi«, Youthful Woman and Matron. 119 Baltimore St. FIELD'S H. E.Meyers Weds Miss Erickson Miss Helen Marie Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Erickson, 133 Potomac Street, and Harold Eugene Meyers, son of Mr. and .Mrs. James C. Meyers, 57 Offutt Street, were-married December 24 at the parsonage of the Evan- gcelical U. B. Church by Rev. J. E. Walter. Mi-, and Mrs. Charles L. Roby, Jr., were the attendants. The bride wore an aqua and black dress and corsage of red roses. Her matron' of honor wore a pink and block dress with a corssage of yellow roses. Mrs. Meyers attended Fort Hill High School and. is employed by the Cumberland Undergarment Company. Mr. Meyers attended Fort Hill High and ds a- veteran of 18 months service in the Army with duty in Korea. He is a member of the Meyers Cleaners Company. The couple is residing at the home of the bridegroom. C. a Of A. Gives Program, Treat At County infirmary Members of Court Cnrdlnn! Gibbons No. 529, Catholic Daughters of America, presented an entertainment and treat at the County Infirmary last r.ight. Mrs. Katherine Kilroy impersonated Santa Glaus and distributed candy, oranges and gifts to each patient. Yuieticlc carols were simp: by Mrs. Anna McCIeary, Mrs. Elizabeth McLean, Miss Anna Ketzner. Miss Rosemary Lindner and Mrs. Frances i ""Mrs. ""Garlitz Miss Thomas Bride OfJ. R. Garlitz Shircliffe, vice-regent of the court. Mrs. Mabel Snyder,-court organist, accompanied the carol singers on the piano. Mrs. Mary Shaffer Jones was chairman of arrangements. The marriage of Miss Willard V. Thomas, 30 North Liberty Street, and Joseph Roy Garlitz. Williams \Road, was performed hist night by Che Rev. Fred Zimmerman at the home of the bride. Mrs. John M, Del-a Grange, sister of the bride, and A. L. Surge served as attendants, Ellen Louise Surge was ring bearer. The bride' wore a black and. pink costume and H corsage of pink roses. Her attendant wore a blue costume and a gardenia corsage. is employed at Chaney's Cigar Store. Mr. Garlitz is employed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. He owns and operates the Garlitz tennis courts and is a member of Cumberland Lodge No. G3, B. P. O. Elks. Cumberland .Girls Enter Ursuline Novitiate in Ky. Miss Regina Yeager. daughter o; Mrs. Mary M. Yeager, 527 Green- Street, left yesterday for Louisvill' :cy., where she will enter the novl- Mute of trie Ursuline Order of Sis- nrhood January 1, Mi.ss Yeager, whose father wn .he late William C. Yeager. Is : •raduatc of Fort Hill High Schoc ind Ursuline Business School. Sh was employed as secretary In trr offices of "Capper and Jenkins, at- .orneys. Miss Yeager was active in Omi- iron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi anc' of Lurana Veteran Unit oi the :.S.M.C. Miss Rose Mary Dressman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Dressman. Klostennan Addition, a graduate of Ursuline Academy, accompanied Miss Yeager to Louisville. Miss Dressman entered the Ursuline novitiate in September and was home for the Christmas holidays. A Watch Night service will be icld at Central Methodist Church :omorrow night from 11 to 12 o'clock 'or the entire Union : Grove charge. Rev. Gordon Hail, pastor, will conduct the. service. The Bowling League of Court Ordinal Gibbons, CDA, will • not meet tonight, but will resume roll- ng January 5 In SS. Peter and Paul lUlCys, RECORDS AND ORNAMENTAL MERCHANDISE (LX AMUSEMENT CD 170 N. Ccnfrc St. Phone 3833 Cumberland Exchange Club , Christmas Party Held at AGSC The Cumberland Exchange Club aid its annual Christmas. party a :cent night at the All Chan Shrine 'ountry Club. J. Lewis On was 'ilarmnn ol Ihc committee on ar- ingcrncnte.' Hani' Ort, of Frost- urg, . impersonated Santa Claus; •homas Shchee spoke on "Christ:as", and Louis .Sheh.ee sang sev- ral enrols. The 90 persons attending included 'resident and Mrs. Carl Daurn, Mr. nd Mrs. Boston Sherwood, Mr. and Irs. Robert Burjtett, Mr. and Mrs. .Valter Reighard, Mr. and Mrs. ,ouis Pierce, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond iVhitehair, Mr, and Mrs. Russell "hafer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rizer, Mr. and Mrs. Blair Welsh Mr. and Mrs. ' Pa-iU Roeder, Mr. and Mrs. : ,Villiam-Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Siioox. Harold Hartmaii. Miss Doris nick, Mr. and'Mrs.-J.-.lewis Ort,Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Ort, Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Cover, Mr. and Mi's.' Thomas Bca-tec, Mr. and Mrs: AJlcn- Bender, Ma', and Mrs. Simeon Wilson, Mr. and. Mrs. Daniel D'Amicol,.- Mr.'and Mrs. Harold Bloom, Mr; and Mrs. Harold Clayton,. Mr. and; Mrs.- Robert Dean; Mr. and ,Mrs." Karl G. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Tina Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold-Smith, f • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barton; Mr.' and Mrs, John Barton, Mr. and Mrs; Car) Storm, Garnet Davis, Miss Louis Frazier,' George Teflerick, Miss Grace England,-Mr. and Mrs.'William Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Edwfcv Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Chester DeHaven, Mr.- and Mrs. Sidney Storer, Howard Johnson, Miss Margaret Jones and Mr. and.Mrs. Joseph'Anderson. So Good ... So Economical ... Only About lc A Cup Clearance Sale Dec. 27 Thru 31 25 0 REDUCTIONS AND MORE /t Pays To Cross The Town To The KLINE FURNITURE CO. 405-413 Virginia Avc. Phone 2708 on Suites, Chairs, Rugs, Beds, Bedding, Sofabeds, Kitchen Items, etc. The Potomac Edison Employes' Association will hold its holiday dance tonight at the All Ghan City Club. The Top Hatters will play. LeRoy Durst, chairman, is assisted by Chauncey Sanner. and Charles Wolfe. * Steckman * Studios Our classes offer children the opportunity to study all types of Dancing: Singing Baton Twirling and preparation lor Television • Cumberland • 222 Emily St. . Phone 616-M Lonaconing • Frostburg Burkey Brothers 166 N, Centre Street Four Doors Above Bus Depot SELF-SERVE MARKET rhonc 9G3—New Store Hours 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. Sunday 8 A. M. to 1 P.'M. CHICKENS 59c Heavy Roasters 5 Ib. average Ib. Medium Roasters r* 3y. Ib. average Ib. O I C Swift's or Armour's HAMS Whole or Shank Half 61c Ib, U. S. No. 1 English Walnuts Ib. 45c Highly Polished Brazil Nuts, No. 1 Ib. 45c Pecan Nuts, No. 1 Ib. 3Sc Jumbo Celery stalk 25e Head Lettuce, Jumbo 2 heads 33c Navel Oranges, 176 size doz. 74c Standard Coffee 3 Ib. jar $1.15 Maxwell House Coffee Ib. 55c Premier or Stokley's Cranberry Sauce .... 2 cans 39c Fresh Eggs ---- ' Fresh Country doz. 59e Fresh Country Ib. Extra Sharp Vintage Cheese Ib. Ib. 69c SALE ON EVENING DRESSES AT EVELYN BARTON BROWN 11 N. Liberty St. Phone 336 LAZARUS FLOOR CASH and<*ARRY <r CLEARANCE ALL SALES FINAL . . . Peskins High Fashions Low Prices Without a doubt ... The loveliest Flats you have seen in a long . . . long . . . time. Black suede . . . Blue . . . Green . 7 . Rod leather AA to B Only ... Sale! Evening Slippers Gold . . . Silvtr SJ.OO *^ o pair formerly priced to 12.95 Tippecanoe Loafers With crept joles — R«d, . . . Gr«n Brown leather. Very vnart. AAAA to C -Only 145 Baltimore St.

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