Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 12, 1949 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, January 12, 1949
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SIX . -EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, BID.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY .12, 1949 Phone. 4600 For a WANT AD-Taker LaVale Homemakers Will '.Celebrate Birthday Next Month Mrs. Ruth Raymond, Anson L. a varied program at the meeting " Monday afternoon at the LaVale "Volunteer Fire Hall with Mrs. Fred - Gates, Jr., presiding. " Plans were made to celebrate the " club's eighteenth anniversary and - ihe various chairmen for the year - -were appointed. " The anniversary party will be held -in the form of a covered dish sup-! per and Valentine party, February! WSCS Circle Has Program'At Church Circle No. 2 of the W.S.C.S. of Centre Street Methodist Church met in the church parlor Monday night. The program opened with the f a hvmn after which Mrs read" Psalms 3 20 and ^1 The program included two poems, ," "New Year's Resolve." read by Mrs. . J. D. Paddleford, and "Wish For 1 " New Year," ready by Mrs. Joseph I Kotschenreuther. Mrs. Edith Comp -read the story, of Christmas Carols. ~ The roll "call was unique. Each I member answered by naming a na- -tionally and locally prominent ~ -woman, outstanding in club and I civic work. " Mrs. Gates appointed the follow- chairmen: Mrs. Joseph Lippold, - clothing, assisted by Mrs. Dayton - Murphy, Mrs. Dudley Brown and I Mrs. Earl Zembower; Mrs. Ko'ts- - chenreuther. Fair, assisted by Mrs. ' - John Fisher ' and 'Mrs. Arthur "Chrisiner; Mrs. Herbert Cessna, na; lure and recreation, assisted by Mrs. Edward chenowith and Mrs. Charles " price; Mrs. Charles Long, and Mrs. - John Fisher, 4-H representatives. Mrs. Eugene Close, membership, ' «ssisted'by Mrs. J.'D. Paddleford, Mrs. Fred Bell, Mrs. Ray Nine, Mrs. Jaines Close and Mrs. Reggie Wolfe; Mrs. C. Guy Brengle, historian; - Mrs. Claude T. Jett, Rural Woman's _ Short Course;' Mrs. William Lee, " international relations; Mrs. Clover- Jy Wanless, home management, assisted by Mrs. Thomas Williamson and Mrs. Robert Sutton; Mrs..Dudley Smith, reading, assisted by Mrs. O. B. Boughton; Mrs. Arthur Christner. publicity, assisted by Mrs. C. - Frank Simpson and Mrs. C. F. _ Simpson . Mrs, Comp, family relations chair- -maa, reported that 59 cans of food " were distributed to needy families . al Christmas time, - Mrs. John. Fisher .reported on the . membership drive which started - December V~ and will -be concluded - February 1. Mrs. Douglas Smith re. ported that 58 books had been r.ead by various members during the " month, of December.' Mrs. Vernon I Cost read the treasurer's report. - Moss Maude A. Bean, county home " demonstration agent, gave a short . talk in which she stressed reading, - speaking, writing and family rela- " lions as goals to be accomplished -this year. She also announced about - l^oo'women in the county are mem- " bers ol Homemakers' Clubs. -. Mrs. Comp - volunteered as a -Vorker on the family project and "•Kill be assisted by Mrs. Ernest -Green. - Five charter members attended "the meeting. They are Mrs. Claude IT. Jett. Mrs. J. H. G. Miller, Mrs, -Virgil Hartsock, Miss Mary Brengle I and Mrs. Guy Brengle: I. Visitors attending were Mrs. El- -mer Seward, Mrs. W. C. Wolford, "Mrs. Robert Sutton, Mrs. Douglas She 'also gave the opening prayer and members recited "The Lord's Prayer," in unison. Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist presided and thc reports were given by Miss Pearl Piper and Mrs. J. A. Gardner. A rummage sale ..was planned for January 18 in the church basement at 7 p. m. Mrs. Gilchrist read a letter, from Miss Kathryn 'Eye, 'missionary to the Belgian Congo. Mrs. Ort gave a- talk on her recent trip to the West Coast and Canada. Mrs. Ort, Mrs. A. C. Underdonk, Mrs. T. B. Sine and Mrs, Richard Dayton' were in charge of serving refreshments at the close of the program. Junior Ensemble Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mrs. Ruth Wash- veterans of burn Raymond; formerly of 400 meeting last Linden Street, to 'Anson L. Gage, I Home. VFW Auxil ary Receives New Many Pre-Nuptial Members, Plans Supper, Party ^^ Park? Two new members were received I infn Mm TnHirau A ll'vtliflVU nf ['he. into the Ladies Auxiliary of the Foreign Wars a night at the V.F.W. Canandnlgun, NVY. Mrs. Zel'.ene Norris presided and 'HMrs. OliveMessick Hostess To WSCS ' Of Mt. Herman cicBt.. will be honored nuptial parties, the The ceremony was performed in I plans for a supper and card party the home of Mr.'and Mrs. Floyd j were made. Gage, Reeds Corner, Canandaigua, j The new members are Mrs. Rita ; Wednesday, January. 5. The Rev.! sills and Mrs. Jean Moore. The; The Women's Society of Chris- Stephen S. Pratt, retired Methodist j supper'will be held tomorrow fromitian Service of Mt. Herman Church -------- a j. j.; le Home. Mrs. j met at the home of Mrs. -Olive minister, officiated. '5:30 to 7 p The improvised altar used for the;Rachael lames, Mrs, Isabel HymesJMessick a recent night with Mrs. and Mrs. Helen Bujac comprise the! Josephine Wentling in charge of thc ceremony was decorated with yellow and ~" white chrysanthemums, evergreens, and palms. Only, the immediate families'were present. Floyd Gage served, as best man for his father and Mrs. Gage was the bride's attendant. Mrs. Gage was attired in n gray costume with which she wore a corsage of Talisman roses. Her matron of honor wore.a black dress with a corsage of yellow and white flowers. A reception was held following the ceremony. The couple will reside at the bridegroom's farm r.ear Cana- daigua. | Events Briefly Noted 1 Ferguson, Mrs. Harry Dix,. -Douglas Richey, Mrs. J. _C. •better. Mrs. Led- What makes a girl popular? That Circle No. 2, Mrs. Frank Gaglian, leader, of the First Methodist Church, will meet at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the home of Mrs. Wilda Rae Dillow, 118 Reynolds Street^ Mrs.- Alfred 'Fartleton will be co- hostess and Mrs. Harold Turner and Mrs, Austin Stein will be in charge of the program. Transportation from the church at 7,:15. The Braddock Farm Improvement Association will meet tomorrow at 8 committee in charge. (devotional and program based on The card ' party will be held; the theme. "They Offered Him Thursday, January 20, at 3 p. m. at I Gifts." Mrs. Jessie Pratt was the Home with Mrs. Lillian Zimmerman, Mrs. Marie Challinor, Mrs. Rosalie Everstine and Mrs. Alice Miller in charge. Proceeds of 'the supper and card party will be used for a new television set for the Veterans' Hospital at Martinsburg, W. Va., Mrs. Grace Bosenberg, hospitalizatlon chair- will hold a charge of the business sessior. • at which time officers gave their reports. The annual holiday party of the' class was held and class ' sisters revealed. Jingle gifts were exchanged. Refreshments were served by the pliment to Miss Parks Kathleen Murray, 527 Street, at 1:30 Saturday Cumberland Country Club. will be laid for 22 guests. Mrs. Mortimer C. Sc Mrs. J. Philip Zimmerm tertain at the former's Fayettc Street, January cocktail party, and Mrs. Veigh will be hostess at party January 22 at the C Country Club. hostess at which time a large . Iate . party at its next meeting and. the > . '. fnnrf ™iwi.pri will hp riisM-ihiif.prl to -Mcssick. Mrs. . latt nas ocei. food collected will needy families. to j Mrs. Grace Cross was chairman of the social hour which concluded the meeting. Cresapfown 4-H Club To Observe Birthday. Officers and chairmen, will be appointed at the twenty-first anni-r versary celebration of the Cresap- held Ann town 4-H Girls' Club to be January 15 aS the' home of Riggleman, McMullen Highway, Pinto, at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. A. D. Lechliter, leader, will be in charge of selecting units -for m. at ;he home of Thomas the year. A special program will JHowsarc. All members are e x r | be given in observance of the club's pected to attend. as, of ficers will be j birthday. elected. The Navy Mothers Club will in- The club was organized by Miss Maude A. Bean, home demonstra- stall new officers .at the meeting tion agent, January.2, I92g, at the ' ' ""' " Judy, M'.ss cuperating from 'a fractured leg and has been unable to attend meetings. . I noon in St. Patrick's with Rev. Thomas Others present were Mrs. Marie. desty officiating. Harcmac, Mrs. Elsie Stafford, Mrs.j Estella Hlner, Mrs. Susie Robinette,! ' Mrs. Olive Wilt, Mrs. Jessie Boone,| Officers Re-elected Mrs. Dona Anderson, Rev. B. F. , . . _ . Harwian and Mrs. Viola Wentling. | D/ hospital Aid iOC/ef/ Dtid ed ;s rks, bi'idc- cvcnvl prc- , a bi'iclfjti T(' liv 'K/Ti'S i b uy ivii o» JJS 2t tVlD "I 1 id lull's Washington be -in play. 211 in coni- oy MJSS 7 Fayettc iy n.t . uh 6 iio. Covers ;ha.iat ana xn will cn~ home, 754 18, with a John. Mca cocktai] ^ UITI ocrJ 8-^1 o ' TV,, , Mrs. iJo/Tui So, ciiict ulic ic. the .bride 3ll 01 Ml'S. ssnc o trcGti J 3,1111 Rry 29. Gmnizco fit s Catholic as A. Harj ciety Mrs:' Richard Br President of Mcr The Mothers Club elected officers lor the coming- year at a dinner meeting last night at the Ali'Ghan Shrine Country Club. .Mrs. Norman i Taylor presided and following the dinner bridge was played. , Mrs. Richard Bruce was elected president; and her stafl includes Mrs. Edward W. Solomon, vice president; Mrs. M. Burgin Clemmer, sec- .retary, and Mrs. Henry Lowery, 'treasurer. Mrs, Bruce appointed Mrs.' Richard Kirsch program chairman, and named Mrs. Lyman Bormer, chairman of the social committee, assisted by Mrs. John Robb and Mrs. John Waugh. An arrangement -of assorted flowers centered the dinner table which was lighted by tall tapers in crystal candelabra. Prizes in bridge were awarded to Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. William Carscaden and Mrs. Kirsch. Mrs. Taylor, retiring president, was presented with a gift . in appreciation of her work while in office. Others attending were Mrs. Thomas Blash, Mrs. Lyman Bonner, Mrs. William Buchboltz/ Mrs. W. D. Carr, Mrs. Henry Duke, Mrs. C. A. List. Mrs Leiand Hansom, Mrs. Eric Gibbs, Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. • Clemmer, Mrs. Kirsch and Mrs. Carscaden. o An n Coy I e.Gives Her Home JoAnn Coyle entertained 'at a holiday party,at the'-home 'of her parents, Mr. and Mrs;.' James" T. Guests were j e an>-Wheeler,: Dores . N p^ Marle - • Mulphy EI c Mary'Louise Carney, Jo!m Ma i^,j oAnn Wood ..frothy Nehrta g and Barbara Baker. Philip Christ, William-'. Paupe, Oscar Norman. Robert- Carey. William Danahy, Hugh Meller, Thomas Connelley, Jack Billings,-Warren O'Toole, Harry 1 Widdows, Paul'Mar-, tin; Jack Clancey, John Carney and' Gen« Lambert.' •••••: The AUegany Hospital Ladies' Aid! Society reelected all officers at a 1 meeting yesterday afternoon, at the: Nurses Home, Decatur Street. The officers are Mrs. JohrTB. Stephens, president; Mrs. William Barley, first', vice president; Mrs. Louis Lippold, second vice president: Mrs. 'Mortimer N. .Nehring, secretary; and Mi's. William F. Kerber, treasurer. Mrs. P. W. Cavanaugh will be chairman- of arrangements for a benefit card party, to be held Wednesday, January 19. The next busi- .„„ „„._.„ „, .- • --. r-ess meeting is scheduled January Friday night at 7:30 at the V. F. W.| home {.cf Mrs. W. A. Judy, M:ss Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 25. Home. Members with birthdays in pora,'A. Lewis was the first leader gultzer, 342 Front Street, for the Mrs. Nehring was hostess at the January and February will be host-'and Ruth Judy, junior leader. Mrs.• holidays were their daughter. Susan social hour, assisted by Mrs. Ker- esses at~a party for those with birth- JLeehliter has been leader for the , sultzer, employed in the Treasury ber, Mrs. Ralph Leonard, Miss j— ,_ XT u™—j T-^,,.™!,.,. nast nine vears. j Department in Washington, and Mr. | Margaret Norton and Miss Jane and'Mrs. Frank Sultzer and daugh-j Mattir.gly. ter, of Fort Jackson, S. C. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Daugherty, 531 Washington Street, are visiting in Harrisburg, Pa. Mrs. Robert G. Doty, LaVale. wil" Per'sonais Mrs, Loraine Eisenberg, The Dingle, and Mrs. Frank A. Stein, 735 Washington Street, are spending a few/ days in Finehurst, N. C., where they are guests at the Carolina Hoetl. They are enroute to Florida. Mrs. Anna C. Weaver returned to her home. 100 Virginia Avenue, after attending the Pennsylvania State Farm Show at Earrisburg. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sultzer, 342 Front Street, for the days in November ' and December. Past nine years. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Bowman's Addition Fire Department will hold a meeting tonight at 7:30 at the Fire Hall. Mrs. Margaret 3:tt- ner-wili preside. Circle No. 3, W. S. C. S. of Kings- : Auxiliary Wins • :State Citation " A state citation for having a 100 I per cent membership for 1948 w-.s -awarded to the Ladies Auxiliary ^Unit No. 166. Military Order of the .Purple Heart, at the meeting Mon- day night at the Purple Heart "Center. It is the third successive . year the unit has won the award. A past president pin was pre 1 • scnted to Mrs. Anna McCarty who I served in 1946. 1947 and 1948. The - unit also installed Mrs. McCarty as " welfare chairman and Mrs. Hazel I Burke as recording secretary. Plans were formulated for a saucr • kraut supper to be held February 27 1 from 5 until 8 o'clock at the Purple - Heart Center. Mrs. Johanna Weimer • -was named chairman of arrange* merits and will be assisted by all the - members. 2 The next general meeting will be T held January 24. soft tweed or the crispest of failles for Spring. Pattern T4883: Jr. Miss sizes 11, 13, 15, 17. Size 13, 2 : M yds. 54-in. This pattern, use, simple to sew, is. tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Sand THIRTY cents in coins for the special handling of this De ley Methodist Church, will hold a rummage sale Friday at 7 p. rn. and Saturday at 1 p. m.'at the church. Rev. John Cameron Taylor, pastor of Frost burg Presbyterian Church, will conduct the service at Ihe Moffatt Memorial Mission, 3ar- relville, tomorrow night. The Ladies Auxiliary of the LaVale Volunteer. Fire Department .will hold .its monthly meeting Friday at 8 p. m. in the Fire Hall. The Welcome Wagon Newcomers will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at Central YMCA. "The Woman's Guild ol the Reformed Church of Bowling- Green will meet at 7:30 tonight at the home of Mrs, Ralph Cover, Bowling Ayenue. The Duo Club of First Presbyterian Church will have a dinner tomorrow ni * ht ln thc N Y Print plainly 7 * New Yo-k ADDRES with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER.. Juniors! Add to your charms, multiply dates. Sew the gay clothes in our ANNE ADAMS Winter Pattern Book:' Send for it today— only fifteen cents more! Fashion unlimited, for. any time, purse, or figure! Gifts for all the family, plus FREE pattern of a hosiery case, printed in book! Mrs. John McBee will be hostess to' thc teachers of the Nursey and Kindergarten Departments of the First Presbyterian Church School at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at her home, 607 Kent Avenue. rhe Dawson WSCS will meet at tomorrow -night at which time : study book, "Newness of Life," 11 be .started. Girls 4-H Club of Winchester Road Meets A meeting of the-Girls 4-H Club of Winchester Road was held recently at the home of Betty Jane Abbott. Group singing and the 4-H pledge opened the program. Miss Gloria Bohn talked on health and duties of club officers. Mrs. Abbott served refreshments. The next meeting wil be held at the home of Dora Jean Shaffer, February 19. SITUATION: You are a guest at a'small tea or cocktail party. WRONG WAY:; Get off in a corner with a good friend and don't bother -'joining any other groups. RIGHT WAY: Circulate around .the room, talking for a short while with one group, attend the Maryland Congress of Parents and 'Teachers meeting in Baltimore tomorrow and Friday. William N, See is ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clyde "Campbell, 133 Arch Street, Mrs. Mabel Allen, 646 Columbia Avenue, is a patient in Memorial Hospital. wife answers the telephone and asks if you care to leave a message. WRONG WAY: Say, "This is Mi Smith; will you ask him to call me when he comes in, please?" RIGHT WAY: Say, "This is James Smith; will you have him call me at such-and-such a number, please?' When Children Have i Repeated Colds SITUATION: You telephone a business associate at his home. His tt is wise to start building their resistance by giving them Father John's Medicine if their repeated colds are due to lack of vitamin A. It is excellent for children, and is free from alcohol and all harmful drugs. Father John's Medicine also gives prompt relief from coughs due to colds by soothing throat irritation. It is true, wholesome, nutritive, and rich in vitamins A and D. Over 90 years in use,—Adv. The Bowling Green Teen Age Club will 'hold its weekly dance tonight at the Fire Hall. The Allegany Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association will meet at 7:30 tonight at the Nurses' Home. 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