Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 13, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND;; MU^ t THlJlliSi)AY, QCTOBEK., Dial PA-2-4600 for « WANT AD Art Group, Given Talk, Demonstration On Ceramics i St. Patrick's Mothers Club eason jhc new. officers of St. Patrick's Mothers Club presided at the. firsi meeting of the fall season a rccenl night at' the Social Center. The nice'ling opened. with prayer b; Mrs. Mary Lantz. : Mrs. Gladys Biirkcy presided and presented her - new staff o officers,.Mrs.- .Mary .Lantz; vice president; Mrs. Margaret Aman treasurer; Mrs.. Jane McCleary recording secretary, ;and Mrs Gprtrude, Erode, corresponding secretary. ..'.' . ;_' v : She new class mothers arc'.Mrs John Kienhofer, Mrs. Bernard Me Grpevy, Seniors; Mrs.-Glcnn.Cross, JfVs. Mary Logsdon,- Juniors; -Mrs, . Emmet Fahey,,Sophomores; Mrs. Bernard, Coyle, .Freshman; Mrs, Clyde Paige, Mrs. John. Lyons, Eighth Grade; Mrs. Valentine Dc- Arcangelis, Mrs. William Buzzard, Seventh Grade; Mrs. .John Woltz, Mrs. John Horchler, Sixth Grade; Mrs. Donald Khieriem, Mrs. Mary Lint!, Fifth Grade; Mrs. .James Kiihlman, 1 'Mrs';. -.Eugene. K Mrs., George , Callahan, Fourth Grade;.' Mrs. James Hice, Mrs. Aman, Third Grade; Mrs.. Paul Mullen,' Mrs. Jean/ Kelly, -Mrs. .' Eiigene Mulligan. Second Grade; Mrs. R. A. Kessler, Mrs; John Pratt and Mrs. E: E..Kelley, First G/ade. . '.'. ; ; ';•'" ->The committee in .charge of the rfcent bake sale was.comprised of ..Mrs, DeArcangelis;, .Mrs, John Powers, Mrs. Hugh'McMahon..Mrs. Woltz. Mrs. Jfadelyn Burkey, Mrs. A talk and demonstration on: ceramics featured the meeting of the Art 'Group of the Woman's Civic Club Tuesday at I he home of Mrs. Foster Schill, 502-Avirett Avenue. Mrs. T. Donald Shires, chairman, presided. Mrs. Schilt explained methods of making ceramics arid Showed samples of her. work in which the methods. were -used, V. She .demonstrated how'moulded pieces are poured and told how tc make .the moulds. '-.;.. , •As a result of the talk ana demonstration by Mrs. Schill the Art Group decided on the making of| ceramics as one of its projects (or the year. ' ' An exhibit of pieces done by Mrs. Schilt, Mrs. Arch' Hutcheson, Mrs. Anthony Saeli and Mrs. Shires featured the meeting. • Mrs. Shires showed a free'hand pjece on .'which'she is working, and explained how she Is applying some of the basic principles _of design in, forming. the piece. Mrs. Estes Brockman displayed ceramic centerpiece flower arrangement made by Mrs. Pa rick Cavanaugh. A pair of figurienes made Mrs. Schilt, given as a-prize, wa won by Mrs. Brockman.. A tea concluded the" meeting Mrs. Winfield Burton poured. Mr llutchesbii, chairman, of the-.ho pitality committee, was assisted i serving by Mrs. Joseph" •M.-MiUe Mrs;Schill and Mrs, Shires. 'Mrs Raymond MacDonald is in charg of publicity for the group. The next meeting will be he] November 9 at the home of Mrs G. Bates: Chaires, 203 Green' Street.. •' •- Gladys•' Biirkey;'' arid '.:' Mrs. Pratt. ....-.- John iff he.: Navy Mothers : .'Club--:-.j»iil meet at the. home of Fort:Cumberland ;Post 13,.American Legion^ tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. whe'n Mrs. state commander, will make her official visit. : FTofucft Makes 9irsmell • On* Spray of Colgate's IMW • FlorUnt instant-action Air • Deodorant quickly kllli un, pleasant houicliold odof« — . cooking, smoking, bathroom, peta, musty closHa, baby'i room, and sick room. So get 1 new Florient today at your • grocery or drug store. Another Deptudjbk C*tcaU Predict Local Women's CTP Bowlers Hostess To Gonnellsville Group GUESTS AT LUN'CHEON-^Ohe hundred officers, members: and. guests attended-the opening meeting yesterday.of the First:.tils-.'. Irict, Maryland Federation - of Women's Ciubs, .at the''AJi Ghah Country: Club.', Presidents'of. all clubs-of the district attended. A discussion on the District theme, ''Mental Health," mii/ked the. program, with Dr. John Walker Powell "'moderator; .Seated, left to right, are Miss N'elle A. Shaffer, corresponding secretary;. Mrs. Daniel Bore, treasurer; Mrs.' E: Irving Baumgartner, Oak- : land, president of the First District,'who presided; jrfrs Herbert llesloh, 1 vice; president, and Mrs. Herbert Bi 'Simpson; recording secretary! Standing in the same order are'Mrs. Philip A. Creath, president, of the Eastern Shore District; MrsivEfnest-P. Hook, president.of the .Third District; Mrs. William; A'.. Douglas Cumber land, president of the Maryland Federation of; Women's Clubs and guest of honor; Mrs. Warren Tydings, president of • the Fifth Dis, trict, and Mrs. J. Elmo Brog'doh, president of. the Sixth District. Th« CumberUnd Women'i Divi- iton of the B and 0 CTP Bowllnj Uague entertained and rolled i natch with the Connellsville CTP osterday. Tht hl(h iet for Connellsville sat rolkd by Mrs Elizabeth Bucher, who also had high game for Cumberland, Mrs Roberta Conn had high set and Mn Clara "•aimer high game After the match the local group vas hostess at a dinner at the VFW Post Home Mrs P J Ashenfelter chairman was assist ed by Mrs Leila Fisher Mrs Ruth McNabb, Mrs Catherine Wil son, 'Mrs; Sara Dentinger, Mrs, JNellie Ernmart, Mrs. Viola Fraley, Mrs; Goldie Hare, Mrs. Grace Coleman Mrs Phyllis Shipley Mrs. -Mattie Thompson, .and Mrs. Robert Coleman. The tables were decorated with fall flowers and candles. 'Covers were laid for 72. Following the dinner the regular business session was conducted by Mrs. E. S.:Leasure. Dinner To Be Held By,4-ti Clubs Tomorrow . Four-H Achievement Day-will observed in the county, in the. form of a dinner tomorrow at the LaVal jethodist Church at 6:30 p. h\. '^ss Justine Miller will ihlro duce the guests. Nancy -Vandevor't ?rai]-' president, will preside, an \egina.' Ferguson," All Star, • wi jrcsent the:awards.'• . A candlelight service will con :lude the evening. : \Ioos6 Women Plan 'Cltriitm a*'. Party Tonigh The "Women", of. "the Moose wil iold- its- "Christmas' in^ October' larly today at 8 p. m... at. the Moosi lomc. Mrs. Rosalie Evans, sehio •egent, will preside. Mrs. Char utte Deter is Mooseheart 'chair nan. . . An initiation will be held an( :nlertainment presented by Wil iam Lawyer, and Judy Youngblood The committee in charge of ar angbmcnts consists of Mrs. Car Vhitman, Mrs. Edith .Kifer, Mrs, felen Roberts, Mrs. Florence Wol! nd Mrs. May Mintdrop. Aid Awards , LONDON-UNS) -Hundreds, iwards for first aid'treatment of iccident cases are given to em- 'loyes of British railways an- lually. 'alien! In Hospital GRANTS VILLE — Mrs. Stuarl itahl is a patient in Garretl County Memorial Hospital, Oak- and. The Romance languages include Drench, Italian, Portuguese, Pro- •cncal, Romanian and Spanish. Just Received ... HpfS fO« IOVS AND GIRL! Exclusive with WEBB'S • 57 Baltimore St. TwelveBooHs Reviewed By AAVWGroify The'Great Books .Group, of thi Cumberland Branch of the Aine'r ic'a'n". Association / of' Universitj ^yomeh, meeting at the home o Mrs. ?R. .Finley Thompson, Ros Hilt Avenue, decided to 'chahg its meeting nights from the firs Monday .to the first Tuesday. Re views of 12 books read, during the summer marked 'the program. Ann Morrow Lindbergh's "Gif Prom the Sea," was reviewed by Mrs. A. J. Mirkim . • " •' "Land Reform in Mexico" discussed by Mrs. 1 . AV L.' Rogers who : . also talked\ of:her' studies a !he National University of Mexicc Max . Bastiah discussed 'Life's History of Western Man.' Th'e. hosiers read; : "Hannibal o Carthage," a first book by'.Mary Doian, and Mrs. Russ Minter dis jlayed several art albums.' "The Tall of a Titan." by- Igor Guzenko was read by Dr. Leila Stevens. The gay and humorous best sell er, "Marjorie Mornings'lar," b; rfarman Wo^k, was 'reviewed b; Urs. Milton Granet. Mrs. GranviUe Shirley talked of "Magic of Be ieving," and "635.Days a Year.' >ofh studies in psychology. "The Wicked .Pavillion," by )awh. Powell, was reviewed by Mrs. Amer Suter. Reviewing "Cornerstone," by :oe Oldenbourg, was Mrs. Ralph R. Webster. Mrs. John A'. Cupler, !nd, reviewed William Stryon's 'Lie Down in Darkness." Guests were Mrs. George Tuck- r, Mrs. Paul Castelle and "Mrs. Charles C. Boysen, Washington, vho is visiting her sister, Dr. tevens. : .The November.! meeting will be t the home of ^amden Avenue. Mrs! Webster, 'ormer Residents If arfc Aiiniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ejlis Wigfield, Bal- imore, former residents, celehrat- d their thirtieth wedding anniver- ary recently with open house at leir home. The couple's four aughters, Miss Wilma Wigfield, liss Louise Wigfield, Miss Wanda ec Wigfield and Mrs. Betty Fike, ssislcd.. Among the out-of-town guests at- ending were'Mr. and Mrs. James Stuck Jr., and daughters, Barara' and Janet, Rockville: Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Raines, Baltimore ike; Miss Dorothy Oster,'.Uhl lighway, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lan aster, -Bedford Road, Mr..and Irs. Fred Wilson and son, Allen, IjMullen Highway; Mr. and Mrs. jeorge Griffin and son George, of Cumberland. Apple flesh contains about 84 ier cent water and 16 per cent solids.- Soroptimists Speaker Meiillier Of International The Soroptimist ClUb received a report on plans For Its fall. dance November. 18,-' at the dinner meeting last evening at Young's Restaurant. 'Mrs. Fay Stillwagon is chairman/>f the ; dance. Miss Olive Huriburt- presided at the dinner arid v directed the singing Of Club SOpgS. ;:.•; ' : .\;. Mrs; Bessie; Hanks paid tribute to the. past • presidents^ Mrs. Stillwagon and Mfsi Helen Johnson. She presented therti'.'with:corsages and. read a poem -written by Miss Grace Hera'th, 'dedicated -in their honor. :-.'• -. .-.'-. . Mrs.. Johnson, program chairman for the evening/ introduced [he speaker Miss :.Mary. Wimmer, Baltimore, a-rhember-of Soroptim- ist International, • who presented ;he charter., to .the local club in 1951. Her topic was "Service." She gave her' own interpretation of service, starting with the letter for sincerity, in all things; for ethics which should be ligh at all times; "r" for religion; "'. for. .values; "i".for integrity; ' for .charity, and "e," for en- .husiasm. ': ' Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis read . excerpts from • an article appearing n the "Torch," Beta. Sigma Phi magazine^ praising 'the Soroptim- sts and their work. The group was taken on a tour of the telephone office by Mrs. Johnson who explained long dis-| ance dialing. ' Events Briefly Noted T h c Barrclville - Wcllersburg Hbrriernakers Club;. will •:; nieet • tomorrow .afternoon" at.'. 1:30 in tlie cliurch hall at'SBarrelyille. •• Miss Mary Wise, .county home agehtj will attend. The "LaSalle .Mothers Club will :iold a rummage;sale the Canada-Hose'-House at 6. p;'m. .Manhattan Temple; 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet tomorrow at 7:3*1 p: m. at Junior Order Hall. A social .session will follow. Navy Mothers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Legion hall, when Mrs. Josephine Huber, Glen Burnic, slate commander, will make her visit. .A social hour will follow. . ..' ..-.-: -'. . ... The Semper Fidelis Bible Class of Bethany Evangelical UB. Church will 8 tonight at-.the home of Mr. and.Mrs. Clyde. Hbsselrode, Woodlawn, LaValc. - .' Mf. Pleasant WSCS will hoid : ''a bakejsale ai the .Baltimore Pike Fire Hall tomorrow at 1 p.m: . : LaVale Music Club Has Program At Angle Home The LaVale Junior Music and Arts Club held'a recent meeting at the home of Pamela Angle La aie. ; . ,.Reports were given and pennies collected for the Edgar StiUiiian Kelly Fund. ' The program: featured .American folk, songs ,>vith the • following taking part: Pamela;.Angle/. Elaine Solomon, Barbara Viands, J>6rothy Long, Toni Harshbergcr, Steph Maschue, Wayne Dellart, Thomas Williamson, Duard -Welder. Mrs. Howard Irwin ptogram di rector, .gave details oh the Iife'-pf Stephen Foster, ; ' • • Mrs. Edward Solomon, counselor, was present; and Mrs. Paul Angle served refreshments. The next meeting wil Ibe November 2 at the home of Dorothy Long. The Private Duly Section of District 1, Maryland Slate Nurses Association, will meet at the Me- iiiorial Nurses Home. October 19, at 7:45 p.m. Help Wanted SALESLADIES! Experience preferred put not necessary -- Apply at- KINNEY'S SHOE STORE 119 Baltimore St. ibert, Mrs Ida Evans, 86, CotnelU- i Ule, was honored « out ofith* jldest and moet faithful meml rf the CTP * , f • . Prizes for the evening wen won >.v Mrs Armand Fantlli and Mn. UcNabb, Cumberland, and Mra. rene Black, ConnellsviUe Mn Pauline Shaffer and Mrs Shirley Hough were reported ill ind the committee named for November includes Mrs Helen Stall- ngs, chairman assisted by Mrs Hilda Ryan and Mrs Sara Dentm-, An ear of corn always has an aven huiriberof kerhtlrows: KAY'S IEAUTIFUI iHOil $5.99 AND FAMOUS •HANDS -. Eck.hart Homemakers' will meet 31*7:30 tonight ih..the new.Eckhart school,, with Mrs. ^Virginia jrecht presiding.. Newcomers Club To See Demonstration .The Newcomers Club will receivcl 1 nstructions. in . making, costume ewelry at a meeting tonight at thcj^ 3irl Scout House. " ':':'' Mrs. Abe Schwab will give emonstration on making a pin of limestones, moonstones -and earls, showing the techniques -in etting stones. Mrs. Lawrence Dehn has offered teach members how to make ampshades. Lessons will be given ach Monday "at her home, 525 'ayctle' Street. A nominal fee will e charged and given to the club •easury. Anyone interested may all Mrs. :Dehn at PA 4-6510. A group was taught to weave askets earlier, in the week by Irs.. James Sunderland. OUR GIFT TO YOU FOR BUYING A CO AT HOW PILLOW CASES PLUS FULL SIZE v WHITE SHEET WITH ANY COAT OVER $25. OF EXTRA COST iile Homemakert Mark Achievement* The Alapleside Homemakers Club will hold* a luncheon and program Dctober i20 marking Achievement )ay. The meeting, at Bethany ~,\JE Chnrch, will begin at 11 a. m.' receding the luncheon. Chairmen re to be -at 'the church at 10 i. m. to prepare 'tables,, Club chairmen are to bring :ounty reports to .the meeting. Achievements will .be judged by Mrs. Edward Lewis and. Mrs. Mary 'erguson. .<:••, Mrs. M. H. Burgess will have ickets for sale' for the county Achievement Day, November 15, as none. will be on sale that day. .'. fancif jnimps TRY THESE ON FOR "SIGHS" JKEICHED HERE. AIE IUT 1 FIOM OUR FA5UIOOS COUiCTION (A) IN BLACK AND BLUE SUEDE WITH EMBRACEABLI' COLLA«' £,99 III HACK SUEM WITH JIT HAD T«IM 4.99 HIOM OH MID HUU 4 TO 10 AAA TO I 13$ l«lfimor« $t. • All Prtitriptiont : "Triple i> v» •** Chicked i' • Four Regiittrtd .Fhormaciitt • Reasonable Prieei Walsh>McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Centre St. FREI DELIVIRY 3*46-943 * \ Prucnptian Sttrt Ladies'New Fal COATS $<Mt98 'Wait till you see the gorgeous coat styles we have in store (or you. All-wool, fleeces and- chinchillas. Also zibelines, fur fiber' fabrics, twist tweeds'and curls in boxy and fitted models. All cleverly detailed, too. Your choice of . 'nude, blue, mauve,Ted, gray and black. Sizes 818, 16V4-24'^, 9-15: Easiest Terms Fashioned on a new.slender last with an exquisite "slop-short" heel. It has become the models', darling. You'll like their flexibility and fit, too. - ' ..' EUtticixed frojrain binding- for. S inug sweater like fir. *> All this aiid a icniibl* prict, .toe! 9.95 34 N. CENTRE ST.

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