Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 18, 1955 · Page 6
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ifelfc EVENiNW TIMES.: CUMBERLAND,.',Ml), /TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1955 Dial PA4-4600 for a WANT AD General Meet Listed Oct. 20 '•"• The Woman's Civic Club will hold a.general meeting at Emmanuel Episcopal parish house Thurs-Country Club. Past Matrons, Patrons Banquets At Shrine Club day, • Mrs. Alexander Sloan, chairman of the Civic Group, will present guests. Miss Nyna Fey, a past - Mrsl John Cupler as moderator of graiid matron, responded. a panel discussion, "What Women Should Know Before They Serve on 'the Grand Jury." The panel will be composed of 'Mrs; Errima Everstine, Mrs. Wes: ley'Abrams and Mrs. Marguerite Findlay. •• Mrs. Cupler served as the first forewoman of -the grand jury in . Allegany county. Shs is a graduate of the University of Michigan and of Duke University. tucky Avenue, .vacation with 'friends in West Palm Beach, Fla. . Major General Carl-Oscar Agell, of the Royal Swedish Army, and Mrs. Agell were guests over the .weekend of Mrs. Lee Witherup, 612 Montgomery Avenue. Major General Agell was • enroute from .Korea to Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowens.and daughter,. Pamela Sue, Mrs. Donald Hutcheson and . son, Robert, Merchantsville, N. J., visited Mrs. Flo Durst, McMullen Highway. Mrs. W. P. Wolfinglon, 213 Oak Street, is improving in Memorial Hospital. r lornemdkers Wake Plans The Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association of Western Maryland held -its annual banquet re ccntly at the All Ghan Shrine lountry Club. - ' • Donald Paulman. vice president, .ras loastmasler. Mrs. Myra Martin, president, welcomed the Group singing was conducted by Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman, worthy matron of Cumberland Chapter 56, assisted by Mrs. Eva Cross, past matron, at.the piano. ... Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mary Best, 500; R. Edgar Bennett, canasta, and Mrs. Aurora Derham, bridge. Other prizes were won by James Watkins, Mrs. Bessie Rize'r and Mrs. Alia Anderson. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barringer, Mr. and Mrs. R. Edgar Bennett, Mrs. ,lary Best, Mrs. Lcona Nelson, Mrs. Ella' Crabbe, Mrs. Margaret Crowe,; Mrs. Evelyn Coberly, Miss Ruth| Corhwell,,Mrs. Eva Cross, Mr. and; Mrs. Cecil Dye. Mrs. Ethel Dobsbn, Mrs. Martha Diehl, Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman, Mrs. James Duff-, ell, Mrs. Mary J. Prichard and Ats. Viola Smith. -Mrs. Bessie Rizer, .Mr,s. Clara Shank, Mrs. Anna B. Uhl, Mrs. Elinor Umstot, James Walkins, Mrs. Maude Williams, Mrs. Margaret Will, Mr. and Mrs. William Yates, Mrs. Rhoda Lear, Mrs. Gertrude Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Der- liam, Mr. and Mrs. M. Frazee, F. S. .Anderson and Mrs. Hilda Philips. ... -., Mrs. Ella Crabbe, chairman, was assisted by. Mrs. Rizer, Mrs. Morey, Mrs. Mabel Miller, Mrs. Koontz, Mrsi Phillips, Mrs. Clara Shank and Mrs. Margaret Crowe. ^^^^^^^=^^^^^^^^^^^ Events Briefly Noted Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ea'rle, Mrs.- Olga Jesse Elliott, Thomas Ashley,Ashley, Miss Margaret A public turkey supper will be icld at the Ccntreville Melhodist Jhurch Thursday at 5" p. m. under he sponsorship of the W.S.C.S.-of he church. .The, Board of Officers of Our Flag. Council 100, Daughters • o! America, will meet Friday at 8 p.. m. at the home of Mrs. Lena Flurshutz, Miss Fey and Miss Mildred Beck. • •• • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Foole,. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoffa, Mrs. Margaret Hixon, Mr. and • Mrs. Thomas , Holmes, Mrs. Mary Koontz, Mrs. Elizabeth Lamp, Mrs. Myra Martin, Mrs. Mildred Martin, Mrs. Mabel Miller, Mrs. Alta Anderson, Mrs. Alberta -Morton, Mrs. Edna Murray, Mrs. Eleanor Morley, Mrs. Bessie McDonald, Mrs. Matilda Neder, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pauiman, Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Phillips, Mrs. Vanetta Pow- TRY THE NEW ALL PURPOSE SINGER The worlds finest, most versatile machine.. .takes guesswork, hard work, and handwork out of sewing... "does over 101 stitch variations its simply as it sews ,» straight seam." SINGER FASHION DISCS By the simple change of a FASHION'Disc you . get a variety of decorative stitches automatically as well as straight stitching. New twin needle gives you two color designs with any disc. Here are a few of the wonders you can easily do with the SINGER* Automatic. • "Blind" Stitches • Arrowheads • Sew on Buttons . • Overedging. -Scallops . •Buttonholes • Embroidery • Zig-Zags -Appliques .. • Dominoes • Monograms , 'A Tnd« M«rk of TIII SIHOIR icra. co. 3 SEE IT - SEW WITH IT :ASY BUDGET TERMS - LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE %: SINGER SEWING CENTER ~ •'.- Litttd in ymir ttlephent look oniy'amkr aiwcwt SXWWG MACHlHt ccv 65 oBltimore St. — Cumberland — Phone PA 2-3060 77 N. Main St. — Keyser, W. Va. — Phone 20971 Owens, 315 Footer Place.. Mrs Helen. Whetzel and Mrs. Elda Schell .will be co-hostesses. The Mrs. L. B. Bretz Division 117 will meet at'2 p. m. tomorrow n the Odd Fellows Hall, Virginia Avenue, when plans for the circuil meeting will be completed. Prizes will be awarded at the annual dinner of the 'Woman's Golf Association of the Cumber land Country Club tomorrow at I p. m. at the club. The Jaycees will hold a dinnei meeting at 6:30 tonight at the Cumberland Country Club. : The annual games party of E'er Chayim Sisterhood will be held'a 8 tomorrow evening at the temple Pride of Allegany Council 110 D of A -will meet at 8 tonight a Junior Order Hall. Private Duty Nurses of-Dislric 1, State • Nurses Association, wil meet at 7:45 tomorrow evening in Memorial Nurses Home. The East' Sldo Homemakers Club lade plans fqi a, Christmas party .i a recent .'meeting 'at Melvhi lethodist. Church social hall. . A nominating committee, com- rised of Mrs. Thomas Buser, Mrs. arl Smith arid Mrs. Charles Ruolph, was appointed to select can- idates .for president and treas ; •er. ... Opening with the group singing, Faith of Our Fathers," the hymn the month, Mrs/ Buser accom- anied at the piano and gave the story of the hymn. Mrs. William lora presided 'and the group re- ted the Lord's Prayer and . an- vered roll call to "Are You Regis- red To. Vote?" She announced lat Miss Mary Wise will visit the ub in November and give a dem- nstratfon on walls and floor treatment; and all chairmen 'are to ave their achievement reports -ith the county chairmen .by /No- ember 1. The county achievement bservance will • be November 5 at the Y beginning at 1 with inner at 5:30. She "also reported n the meeting on citizenship and eminded members the voting ma- :hines are now to be used. Chairmen's reports included one m tailoring clothes, by Mrs. Earl Smith; the influence of modern imes on children in a family lite kit by Mrs. Edward Shaffer and Mrs. Flora; remodeling and re inishing fuurniture, Mrs. Herman Curry; what's new in food and nu rition, and the Sunshine repor iy Mrs. John Aaron. Mrs. Car imith gave her final lesson on lome nursing and showed how to make the daily report of a patient rtrs. Buser told of attending the IWSC dinner as honor guest a :he Y, when she gave her dele ate's report. Others present were rtfs. .Edward Naughton, Mrs Joseph Goodyear, Mrs. Clarence Stewart/ Mrs. D. E.. Burkelt and Mrs. Wilmettie Haller. The next meeting will be Novem ber 14 at. the home of Mrs. Haller 472 Goethe Street, with. Mrs. Bur cett chairman. November HOLIDAY MAGAZINE salutes Virginia No Virginian will ever forget this loving portrait of his homo state - the birthplace of America. — by noted Old . Dominion novelist Clifford Dowdey. •Enjoy Holiday's 29 colorful photos of Virginia! Sec Virginians of today, the shrines to Virginians of the past! Roam the rolling Piedmont, the Tidewater, the Shcnandoah Valley. Meet some of the gallant Virginians who grace the stale's first families. . All America will be reading tin's exciting-salute to your Virginia. You'll want to read it, too. Get your copy of November Holiday today! NOWATMUR NEWSSTAND! HOLIDAY A CURTIS MAOAZINI Catholic Daughters Social In Gharge Of Italian Group NavyMptHers ToHMPmty October 2& • \ •'.• ' the Navy Mothers Club had Mrs. Josephine Hubcr, Glen 'Burriie, itate commander, as a, guest at a •ecent meeting. She gave the his- ory of the Navy Mothers club and presented the local group with.a certificate. She announced that he state meeting will be in Cum- jerland. November 19. Mrs. imelia Cowherd, Baltimore, state •ice commander, accompanied Mrs. Huber. •Mrs. Florence Chandler presided and a new member, Mrs. Rosa B. Evans, was obligated. A membership drive was started and anyone nterested in joining may cail Mrs. .nuella Mase, chairman, PA4- 5518. Plans.were completed for a public ham supper to be held.October 20 from 5 until 7 at the Legion Home. . Mrs. Sally Engle is chairman! Tickets may be purchased at the door. Reports were' made by Mrs Bertha Pitts, sunshine; Mrs. Pearl Bachman, ' welfare; and Mrs Goldie Hare, ways and means, re ported on the,progress of the sale B'er Chayim Sisterhood To Sponsor Party B'er Chayim Sisterhood wil ponsor its annual games party a p. m. tomorrow evening in the 'emple vestry room. Prizes will be awarded at each able and refreshments served Players are to bring their own :ards. A duplicate section will be eature with master points being :warded. Mrs. David hairman. Sigel is general 'ountry Club To 'iave Masquerade A masquerade dance will be hole it the Cumberland' Country Club :iis Saturday -night for the bcne- it of the Playground Association Dancing will be from 10 until ; i-llh music by Art Shaffer's Or ihestra. Judges of costumes will le Theodore Foole, Mrs. Lawrence <ahn and Mrs. L. E: Erickson. Tickets may be obtained from members of the. committee, Mrs H.. M. Hichardson, Mrs. James lallinan, Mrs. John Cupler, Mrs Howard Carolari, Mrs. John McVeigh and other members of the club. Aluninde Guests ^•Homecoming Th'e Slstors of Charity and Ladies of plastic bijgs, dish cloths arid towels. It was decided to hold the next meeting October 28 in the form of a Halloween party, with all com ing in costume. Refreshments wil be served..'Mrs. Pauline Shafer is chairman and will be'assisted by Mrs. Blanch Lueck, Mrs. ' Anna Neus arid Mrs. Margaret Dunlap Plans also were formulated to serve. refreshments following the inspection at the Naval Reserve Armory November 2. ...... . The prize given by Mrs. Bessie Huffman was won by Mrs. Calorie Barnstricker. During the socio' hour a cake walk was held am refreshments served.'Forty mem bers attended. Mrs. Mase was^ri charge of-arrangements. She was assisted by Mrs. Mary E. Twigg Mrs. Chandler, Mrs. Hare, Mrs Bachman, Mrs.' Leslie McDermott Mrs. Mary Edminston. and Mrs Elizabeth Nave. large of entertainment which in- uded vocal selections by Mrs. arylndolfi accompanied by'Anna arie Paoletti, who also played everal piano selections. The group ang Italian selections. The. Halloween theme was cared out in the decorations and re- eshments. • . . . • Ten members, whose birthdays ecur in October, were honored. ie prize for the evening was won y Mrs. Hazel Soethe. The next meeting will be.held ioriday, October 31. Miss Wise Gives Demonstration 4t UGH Meet -/. . • • • At a recent meeting of the Union Grove Homemakers Club at the ome of Mrs. C. N. Wilkinson, DeHaven Road. Miss Mary Wise gave i demonstration on floor and wall overings, using pictures to illus- rate color schemes. The voting machines were ex ilained by William Wilson, using i demonstration board to show iow they operate. A donation of $5 was. given to the Community Chest and a nominal ng committee was named. II consists of Mrs. William Rilling Mrs. Albert Windish, and Mrs Holmes Cessna. Mrs. Grant Hicks iresided and announced the county Achievement Day for November 15 at the Y, and reminded chairmen o have their reports to the county chairmen by November 1. Routine •eporls were given by Mrs. Rich ird Gordon and Mrs. George Year Jan. -Twenty-two members attended Juests were . Miss Lena Twigg Mrs. Frances Roche, Miss Pauline tolahan. New York, and Miss Maude Bean. The November host esses will be Mrs. Joseph Ly dinger, Mrs. Yeargan and Mrs lohn Holiday. Mr., Mrs. Schoenade, Mark Anniversary Married October 14, J902, Mr and Mrs. Joseph' J. Schoenadel Narrows Park, marked their fifty third wedding anniversary Sunday at a mass in St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Rldgeley. Rev. Robert Kilgannon, pastor, officiated. The former Miss Rose O'Bakcr Cash Valley, and Mr. Schoenadel Pattersons Creek, were married by Father Dominic, O.F.M. Cap., in SS. Peter and Paul Church. Attending the mass were their seven children, George, Frank and William Schoenadel; Mrs. Clara Williamson, Mrs. Margaret Deft- bangh, Mrs. Catherine Kilroy and Mrs. Pauline Otto; IS grandchil dren and three greal-grandchil dren. Parking Accumulation ALBUQUERQUE Iffl—E. Conglc ton parked his car and returned to find five bundles in it containing three pairs of women's shoes, a pair, of cowboy boots and six ar tides of women's clothing. Polici held the items for someone whi was confused. ,ocal Women Attend rOP State Meeting Mrs. Noel S. Cook, state treas urer; Miss Bessie Baird, auditing committee; Mrs. James Orr, president of tile Cumberland Republi- can'Women's Club; and Mrs. Wiliam Spates and Mrs. E. Burnett Van Fosseh, of the Frostburg Club, attended the state convention of the Federation of Republican Women of Maryland recently at the Sheraton-Belvedere Hotel, Balti- nore. Mrs. Cook introduced Governor McKeldin, who addressed the convention. SINCE 1907 The Place to Buy WALL PAPER HAS-BEEN WEBSTER'S 414 N. Centre St. Soft, velvety suede irith voguish fashion touches... just iilce Mom's.. n ||-^H ^A The smirtest shoe for young mist. rOlrr^TOT. « this fill. Come see... todiy. fMlUifcft* A> SM* In Court .Cirdinal: 'Gibbons 529, atnolic Daughters of America, eld a social meeting last night at t; Patrick's Social. Center with aliari members of the court in large of the program. Mrs. Philomena Sand was. in entertained 100 dinner celebrating the biennial homecoming. ••• • Assisting, the Sisters-.-^ere Mrs. Howard Peck, Mrs. Anthony Saeli, Church Circle ,B Meet Here Tomorrow the Tepper-Somervllle Circle of First Presbyterian, Church, will- meet tomorrow at 1 p..ni.' In th« — "' room to complete plans for Its participation in the "Ye Olde Village Mart.": : Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Robert Daugherty arid, Mrs, King gave the invocation arid Mrs. Elizabeth Lovett read congratulatory letters and messages. The dinner was followed by n program. . A'silent prayer was offered for the late Msgr. William Kelly. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Eleanor • Kean, * representing the oldest class, Mrs. Mary Bean and Mrs/ Leta Luzier, from California for coming the greatest distance. Melvin.WSCS will hold a. rum mage sale Saturday at 10 a. m., 81 North Centre Street. •Vugal Father Saves On Sons' Haircuts HOUSTON,. Tex. in-A fruga alher with three sons saves ; pretty penny by giving the boys heir haircuts himself. One of the boys was telling why father always cuts hair on Saturday. "He saves more money thai ivay," the boy said, "because hair cuts cost more on Saturday." jSale... Famous DEB...SHOES For Women Nationally Advertised at $COO 5° $8.95 to $10.95 v pr . Dr«i and Ccnuol Sfylti — in black, brown, rtd and'gtttn. WEBB'S 57 Baltimore SI. Howard Peck, Mrs. Antnony oaeii, im». ""•"•• ""— ;,„,;; ' n t ji,» and Mrs. Joseph Madden, ,of. the John. K. McVicker^A, tour of. the auxiliary. Miss-Mary Margaret Crystal Laundry will follow. A leadership training school will bo'held at Trinity. Mtthodist Church at 7 tonight at the church. The WSCS will nisei at 7:30. As-f bury Home donations will be taken. MKS.DOMALDCROW, Howton, T««, MJ9: nur Ufirim. Row I an SI J»tpi Aipiria >«c ChJdr.a. Th«7 l poro ortagt fU ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN ONLY BY . . . Vanity Fair Net at neck and hemline and a ruffle of permanent pleating — pretty margins for this heavenly nylon tricot gown. Notable for its skillfully shaped 'bosom and midriff, the grace of excellently cut skirl. Aquamarine, dawn pink, heaven blue, red. Sizes 32 to 42. $6.95 Main floor JENDER fELT gMOL^HOP 137 Baltimore Sf. Soff And Warm Is Your C o a f for Winter! We see the winter ewt this new wd altogether wonderful wa?. SLun shoulders tapering to t sloping natural line, the collar, a snug wing. Sleeves, newly narrowed and cuffed. The whole, excitingly done in a deep fleecy wool, rich h«m»t colors. Isn't it a beauty? 18. ~ MitwtAnd Wom«ni Sim Sycamore Coats are priced 69-98 to 145.00 1 1 ( I J i 3 1 1 1 1 Mil I HI HI 1 1 1 1 1 1 II M 1 1 1 1 I.I 1 1 II 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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