Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 14, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 14, 1955
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'•&1X' EVisNiN(J 'W1KS, :CUM«EKLANIV MD., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 ! Dial PA-2-4600 for » WANT AD T«k«r Cliapter56 ]To'Entertain. Area Group •-.Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman and "Ivan"Hall will preside at the meeting tonight of Cumberland Chap ' ter 56, Order of Eastern Star, a Masonic Temple at 8 o'clock. The 'program "Pansics for Friend will honor Moorefield Chapter. ;Mrs. Gerlrudc Moreland, Mrs. * Bonnie Harrison, Miss Catherine '.' Lohgerbeam, Miss Margaret Barnard, Mrs. Gertrude Rice and Mrs. Louise Emerick will take part in (he program. Plans also will be formulated for the annual bazaar to be held Octo- beri? and 28. Following the meeting refreshments will be served by Mrs.'Alberta Morton, Mrs. Nellie Korener, - Mrs. Arbutus Lohr, Mrs. Ethel ;Kight and Mrs. Martha Kesecker. ] WSCS Circle 6 .Hostess At Dinner -' Members of Circle 6 of W.S.C.S. of Centre Street Methodist Church entertained their hus- . bands at a dinner at Lark Inn, : Paw Paw, a recent evening. Rev. Howard M. Amoss gave the ; devotions. Robert Young talked sisted by Charles McElfish, Gle on trips he has made the past year. ^Rev. Frank Weller, Harrisburg, - told : 6f his recent trip to.the Orient. .' Mrs. Howard Amoss and -Miss • Grace' Stiner .were in charge of " the program. : Over 700 citizens nave volunteer; ed their services to help raise the - $125,974 needed to meet the mini- ;rnum requirements of the nine . Community Chest agencies. Henry Hart Auxiliary, VFW, Names Yule Party Committee PE Employes Hold Annual Games Party The Potomac Edison Employ Association held its annual gan party at the Knights of Columb Hall here Wednesday night. The winners were Robert De nier, Mrs. George Eifcrt, .la Murrell. Mrs. Hollie Wagon Mrs. Ella Slallmgs, Mrs. Hayc Phillips, Robert Dom, Mrs. llayd Phillips, Mrs. James Kelly a Miss Dorothy Baker, Mrs. C Wilson, Harold Moore, Mrs. Pliyl Twigg, Mrs. Betty Deter, M Howard Sanders, Harry Mai Mrs. George Crass, Louis Arnon Miss Gail Furlow and Joseph He mis. The grand prize was won by M Paul Getz. The officers are Paul Lon the chairman; Edward Meadcrs, vi chairman; Miss Joan Nichols, tn surer; and Mrs. Joan Hymes, si retary. Philip G. Handley, chairman the program committee, was Kemmet, Charles Long, Earl D, ber. Edward .Allen, Paul Gc Miss Mary Ann Powers, Miss H dred Blades, Mrs. Anna . M Slough, and- Mrs. Mary Lou' Dressrhan. . The next activity will be a squa dance. Scientists say there are mo .nan 100,000 uses for cotton, whi s produced on six continents. Curl's 10th Anniversary DOOR PRIZE WINKERS Mrs. John C. Weires 333 Baltimore Aye. Geneva Stone 61 Greene St. Mildred Dolly Route 1, Ridgeley, W. Va. t . Mrs. Joseph F. Eirich ™ 39 Memorial Are. ' Delia M. Kuykendall Jane Frazier Village . CURLS . CAMERA SHOP " 20 N.Cenfre Sf. Henry Hart •Auxiliary Mil, V.F.W., made plans at a recent meeting for the Christmas party for underprivileged children to 1 be held in conjunction with the Post. Mrs. Mary Moore presided. Mrs. Elizabeth Nave, welfare chairman for the Auxiliary, and Guy Smith are co-chairmen. It is planned to entertain 100 children, serving a turkey dinner and'hav- ing a Santa Claus appear arid dis tribute gifts. A check for $25 was donated to the Department Christmas _ party for hospitalized veterans. A games party will IK held after he next auxiliary, meeting, October 25. with Mrs. Mary McGady chairman. Plans were made 1 for a delega lion to attend the District 3 meet ing Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in' Hagerslown. Mrs. Julia Reisler and her staff will preside. Mrs Ruth Leight, Department presi dent, and other Department off! ce'rs will make their official visit A pie social concluded .the eve ning. Approximately 30 members attended. ' • • Local AAUW Dinner Marks Anniversary . Mrs; Ruth \V. Tryon, speaking at Hie eleventh annual Founders Day';/ Omicron Chapter, BSP, Fetes Rushees At Mad Hatter Party Mental Health the eleventh annual Founders uay\rr\ • Tl/f l dinner of the Cumberland Branch.jl OTJlC iVLQY American Association of Univer-i * _ Club Names Group For Yule Banquet The Past Councilors Club 2, Pride of Allegany Council 110, Daughters of America, named the committee for the Christmas banquet at the recent meeting at the home of Mrs Ethelyn Whitlock, 532 Virginia Avenue. ..'••' Mrs. Agnes Cox presided at.the business session. The scripture lesson was read by Mrs. Marie Lehr. Mrs. Anna Johnston, Mrs. Lottie Williamson and Mrs. Lola Stewar were named to select the place and date for the Christmas -banquet They will report at the next meet- 'ng- . ' . ' ' ' ' Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Lehr, rfrs. Anna Dawson and Mrs. Wiliamson. The next meeting will .be held at the home of Mrs. Cox, October 19. with Mrs. Charlotte Shaffer hostess. Personalized Christmas Cards nil iav« you houri of writing w linulti ar» precioui. Wo will order your inUctiort rinf«d with your namt or we mprint them h'ere to your ipsclol order. 37 Frederick Sr. sity Women, stressed that th< 'American Association of Univer sity Women across the country, is giving a focus to the work am [hinking of college women." The dinner wus held Wednesday at the Cumberland Country Club. Mrs. Tryon described the AAU\\ work as "putting to use: the unique and precious resources of college women," and d.eclarcd tha " this have a great in fluence." Preceding the talk a brief anni versary ceremony was held with past presidents lighting candles on director of Taylor Manor Hospital, a cake commemorating the group's EUJCOU City, arfd -MrsV.'.Gertrudt 11 years in Cumberland. Mrs. Wil Ham Van Newkirk presided. Pas presidents participating were Mrs John Cnpler II, Mrs.' Joseph Kru son and Mrs. Gilbert Miller. Mrs Harry S. Teeter, Mrs. John Hafer and Mrs; Aden Everstine were represented in the ceremony b; Dr. Lillian Compton, Miss Frances Hafer and Mrs. William Blake. At a brief business meeting tin budget was presented by Mrs. Ear Nonnehmann and adopted. Mrs Lawrence Kahn, fellowship chair man, introduced Miss Hafer ant Mrs. William P. Durland, who wil serve on her committee. Mrs. Wil liam Harrison, membership chair man, introduced Mrs.- Wilfred E Johns, Mrs. James Steele, Mrs Richard Dailey, Miss Alysann Bradburn, Miss Hafer and Miss Jean Camper, .new members.. Di rectories, compiled by Mrs. John Stangel;, .were distributed. Mrs Frederick Eckhart gave the in vocation. Decorations, featuring autumn leaves, bittersweet and chrysan therriums in pumpkins, were ar ranged by Mrs. Rudolph Stein berger. Mrs. Hafer was Dinner :hairman. Events Briefly Noted Canton Allegany 4, IOOF and Ladies Auxiliary, will meet tomorrow at 7;30 p. m. at IOOF Temple. There.will be a meeting of the Private Duty Section-'.of District 1 of the Maryland State Nurses Association October 19, at'7:45 p. m. at the Nurses Home, Memorial Hospital. Miss Mae Matlick, chairman, -will preside. The Pleasant Grove Homemakers' will meet October 18 'at the Baltimore Pike Fire Hal! at 7:30 p.m. All members are to bring leedle, thread and a thimble, and eports for the Achievement chair- #B I THE Fur-Most Dyed Moufon-Processed lamb COAT 5. 6. 7. S. 9. 10. n. '12, : 13. §P. 110 Quality features found only in the most expensively made coats Hand piping around the entire coot. Rolled boltom — no row edges. Armholes taped to resist stretcnina. Hand blocked shoulders for comfortable, fit. Small stitch In felling for permanence. Pocket linings and edges re-infotced with grosgrain ribbon. Double thickness arm shields. Taped re-inforced pocket seams to prevent rips. Fur completely water-repeflenl. Matching'windbreakers in sleeve*. Each coat individually hand cut and hand blocked. Fine lining. Two year guarantee on lining. 26 to 40-Inch Lengths Matari, Blonde, Taupe, Charcoal forty-seven Baltimore street •I I I I 111 111 M 11 M I'i'l'l'Mi'i'M l"l"l'l"]'t+-H-'M"M M 1 I H L. Nilsson, executive director, of the Maryland Association for Mental Health, presented the panel. Mrs. E. Irving Baumgartner, Oakland, presided at the morning session, .attended ••• by 77 delegates representing.'SOO district clubwom en. Mrs. William A. Douglas, state president, was honor guest. Reports were given by the off! cers, and departmental chairmen presented their plans for the com ing two years. Among the chairmen reporting were Mrs. John F Wagner, Cumberland, Commimica tions; Mrs. G: Bates Chaires Cumberland, fine arts; Airs. W. H Blake, Cumberland Internationa affairs; Mrs. Frank Dayton, West ernporti public affairs.. Mrs. Gro ver C. Stemple, Oakland, welfare; Mrs!-Robert Hack Jr., Cumberland, mental health, and Mrs Albert D. Heacox Cumberland General Federation Clubwoman magazine. Mrs. R. A. Clarke, city, played Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11," a "Waltz" by Chopin, and as an encore' "Malaguena" by Lecuona. Hostesses were the three Cum- jerland Federated Clubs. Members of the Junior. Woman's Civic Club 'served rolls and coffee be- 'ore the meeting. Pages were Mrs. Raymond Lapp Jr., Mrs. jlenn Brant, Mrs. Simon Rosen- aaum II, Mrs. Marion Hull, Mrs. Paul Gipe, and Mrs. John MacVeigh.' Mrs. Bruce Douglas and Mrs. Miles Thompson Jr.'were in charge of registration. Mrs. Norman Taylor and Mrs. John Wilkinson of the Woman's Civic Club were in charge of luncheon reservations, and Mrs. Douglas Smith the afternoon musical program. Hostesses from the LaVale Cen- :ury Club were Mrs. Albert Tosh and Mrs. Richard Heacox. Deco- •ations were also done by the jaVale Century Club members. Serving with Mrs. Paul Stair, chairman, were Mrs. George Newman, Mrs. Kenneth Morgan and Mrs. Thompson Jr. The next district meeting will be icld in April in Frederick. Dr. John Walker Powell, Balti more, past president of the Maryland Association for Mental Health; led the panel discussion program on "The First District Works for Mental Health," at the fall lunch ean meeting of the First District, Maryland Federation of Women's Clubs, Wednesday at the. All Ghan Country Club. Dr. Irving J. Taylor, member ol the psychiatry department of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, arid •Omicron chapter of Beta Sit Phi entertained rushecs with 'a 'Mad Hatter", party earlier in th week at the home of Mrs. LaVerne Nankins, 819 Booth Avenue. It was decided to hold the mode meeting for the rushces'next Tues day at the home of Mrs. Alpha iarbe, LaVale. The rushees are Miss France Snoeberger, Miss Patricia Golden Jiss Martha Van Horn, Miss Helen Kern and Miss Ellen Newnam. Prizes were awarded to Mis Eleanor Dicken, prettiest hat; t >lrs. Sara Mullaney, most original and Miss Dolores Chase, funniesl Others present were Mrs. Hele Arthur, Mrs. Alpha Barbe, Mrs jaVerne Hankins, Mrs. Mary liar rison, Mrs. Sara Mullaney, Mrs Charlotte Northcraft, Mrs. Esta ene Shanholtzer, Mrs. Lorett Smith, Mrsl'Fanny White and Mrs Virginia Newman', Miss Ruth Bar ry, Miss Helen. Kreiling, Miss Lc Annah Mathews, Miss Shirley Stousbury, Miss Margaret Smitl ind Miss Chase. Personals LaVale-WSCS Marks Birthday The WSCS of the LaVale Methodist Church observed the fif- .eenth anniversary of the Woman's Society with a meeting and party at the church a recent evening. Mrs. Willis Smith conducted the Hisiness meeting with Mrs. John 3armoy in charge of the program. A short play, "Who Bids For This Soul," was presented by members of the" WSCS. The cast ncluded Mrs. John Barmoy, Mrs. van Daniels, Mrs. William 3'Brien, Mrs. William Barger, Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. 'rank Richardson. A brief history of the LaVale WSCS was given >y Mrs. Charles Long, Mrs. Sam Cozad and Miss Elizabeth Close. Members of jjhe Wright-Good- 'eilow Circle were hostesses for Ihe meeting. The refreshments featured a three-tiered cake with 15 candles in honor of the event. Mrs. Esther Smith, 110 Sout Jberty.Street, is reported improv ng. in Memorial Hospital, wher sfie is a patient with pneumonia foi TOTS to TEENS New Fall DRESSES School . .... for Dress Goals "'Coal Sets Skirts ' Jumpers - Blouses Sweaters - Handbags LILLIAN'S Girl Shop 64 BALTIMORE ST. . FROM SHADY LANE V We are not sure of her address, but we are sure that this woman knows "what's what". It so happens she is on her feet many houri every day, hence appreciates Barefoot Freedom — obtainable in our comfort shoes (every pair designed with your comfort in mind). The new styles have arrived and it will pay 'jolt to visit our store, where you will find genuine comfort in fashion-flavored footwear. 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