KVBNINC! TIMES. CUMHERtANO,' MD.,WEl»NESl)AV,^ (Kri'OBER 19.V 195!> - Dial ; PA-2.4666 feet.Of Prayer Observed By fcentre Street Woman's Society -jThe annual observance of (lie Week of Prayer featured the program activities of Centre Street ilcthodist Church, Woman's Society, of Christian Service, at the monthly meeting. ''- Mrs. Robert W. Young, spiritual life chairman, presided during the observance and introduced members of the group who presented the projects that receive support from the offerings received during the Week of Prayer, •• Mrs. John C. Nicklin reviewed the work at Bethlehem Centers in Charlotte, and Winston - Salem, N. C.; Bennett. Centenary and Isabella Hendrix Schools in Brazil, by Mrs. L. W. Heinrich and Mrs. John L. Ort; Pai Wha Girls' 'School. Seoul, Korea, Mrs. H. H. Hill; social and medical center needs at Rangoon, Burma, by Mrs. Bruce Smith; school of nursing at Vellore, India, Mrs. Ethel Dawson and the girls' hostel at Monrovia, Liberia, by Mrs. R. Finley Thompson. All projects are under the Womans Division of Christian Service. .The offering was presented by the circle leaders 'of the Society and dedicated by Mrs. Young. i There were 104 members and five visitors in attendance. Luncheon was served by members of Circle 3, Mrs. W. H. Shockley, leader. Her circle members were assisted by Mrs/Howard Miller and Mrs. William O'Neal, Circle 6, Mrs. E. F. Phillips, Circle 7, and the president, Mrs. J. A. Leader. .' At.the business session reports were given by the secretary and •treasurer, letters were read from Mary Ann Hoelzer and Betty Joan Beck about their recent experience ;'at the youth activities week at Western Maryland College. Mrs. .tarl Bobbins told of the week spent at the school of missions held at the college. Mrs. John L. Ort ;told of the recent pilgrimage to . Asbury Home. Twenty-one members from Centre Street Church attended. ' The district meeting to 1 be hold at New Street Church, Shepherdstown, W.'Va.. was announced by Ihe president, Those planning to attend ijre Mrs. J. A. Leader, Mrs. E. F. Phillips, Mrs. R. Finley Thompson, Mrs. Robert W. Young and Miss Grace Steiner. The nominating committee elected io select candidates for 1958-57 is composed of Miss Steiner, chairman, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Nicklin, Mrs. Smiih and Mrs. Heinrich. The report will be given at the regular meeting in March 1956. Tellers for the balloting were Mrs. C. H. Miller and Mrs. I. W. Burton. The next general meeting of the society is scheduled for November 10. Luncheon to be served by Circle 4, Mrs. Robert Dean, leader. Personals Miss Shirley Norton, 17 Grand Avenue, and Miss Doris Peterson, 24 Arch Street, are visiting in New York City. Mrs. Effie C. Parsons, Mrs. Harold Knippenberg, Mrs. Daniel P. McKenzie and Mrs. Emory F. Showman were delegates to the Lutheran Woman's Missionary League at Waynesboro, Va. After the convention Mrs. McKenzie went to Tonawahda, N. Y;, to attend a session of the L.W.M.L. Guidance Institute. Richard Twigg, J500 Virginia Avenue, is improving at-Mcmorial Ffospital following surgery. Mrs. Marshall Wolford, Marlins Mountain, is . a patient .in Sacred Heart-Hospital. St. Mary's 'Mothers . Club will meet tomorrow evening jn .the church hall.. Mrs. Jeremiah Defibaugh is in charge of entertain ment. Mrs. Charles Kifer arid the seventh grade mothers will hold a white elephant sale. Alpha Alpha Chapter Plans Progressive Dinner A progressive dinner .will be given by Alpha Alpha chapter o Beta Sigma Ph! Sunday, honoring pledges. - Plans for the dinner were dis cussed at the meeting at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Hopwood, Brad dock Road. >' It was also planned to decorate •and buy toys for the Pediatric Ward of Memorial Hospital as the chapter project of the year. ' The social was in the form of a First Grade party with members 'dressed accordingly. Games tea Ormond Spotlite Special! Miracle Fit ; Dress Sheer STRETCH Nylons Value Pr. 10S Baltimore SI. tured the entertainment and .prizes were won by Mrs. Carl Martin, Mrs. Brooke Fradiska, Mrs. John Topper, Miss Kathleen Helker and Miss Janet Stegmaicr. Prizes for the funniest costumes were won by Mrs. M. R. Barnes and Miss Stegmaier. A children's used clothing. sale will be held November 7 at. the former First Federal location on North Centre Street. Mrs. Barnes is chairman and will be assisted by Mrs. Christian Frcy, Mrs. Fradiska and Mrs. William Cooiey. Others attending were Mrs. .Alvih Plummer, Mrs. Harry DeVore, Miss Betty Stegmaier, Mrs. Richard Sell and Mrs. Richard E. Hixson. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Plummcr, Fayettc Street. Sale... Famous DEB ..SHOES For Women I Nationally > Advertised ot $J ;?8.95 to $10.95 » 00 pr. Dreit and Catual Styltt — in black, brown, rod and grean. WEBB'S New Beauty Care Sways better for your skin Many Awards Presented At 4-H Dinner The annual- 4-H 'Achievement Day dinner.was held at the LaVale ° n Methodist Church Hall recently with awards presented to 4-II girls and local leaders. . ,.' Medals were awarded to Carol Jean McFarland, • Loriaconing, for public speaking; Nancy Vandevort Danville, individual baking, am Deloris Kcifer and Virginia Vance Polish Mountain - Flintstone lean for 1955; Nancy Vandevort, indi vidual, and Charlotte iloute, Ramona Mauzy, Polish Mountain- Flintstone, team baking for 1954. The dairy foods winner was Donna Simpson, Cresaptown, individual, 1355, and Gertrude Berry, ^avcs Cross Road, individual 1954, and Lucille Aaron, Patricia Brinker. Naves Cross Road, team. Patricia King received the. state ribbon as cherry pie contest winner. Joyce Warnick was awa . the county medal for the canning record book she submitted. Charotte Iloute won the Danforth Foundation award. ' Pins and medals for the dress review winners were awarded to Barbara Purnell, Bedford Road; Alice Fisher, Naves Cross Road; Margaret Wills, Lonaconing; Mary Louise Lewis, Cresaptown; and Mary Kimberlin, Cumberland, the junior award. Local leader awards includes three-year recognition plaques to Mrs. Edgar Miller, Frostburg; Mrs. Rpyce Johnson,. Winchester Road; five year, Mrs. .S. W.'•Col- fey, Cumberland, Mrs. Richard Aaron, Navesi Cross Road; 10 year, Mrs. Chades Hager, Mrs Ruth Morgan, Frostburg; and 20 year, Miss Imogene Caudill, Eck hart. Miss Justine Miller introduced the guests. Nancy Vandevort presided-and Regina Ferguson presented the awards. Mrs. K. 0. Nelson .led group singing. Concluding the evening a candl light service was held with'Nancy Vandevort, Trail president, leader; Sonya Hounshell, representing the Head in the 4-H; Charlotte Houte, the Heart; Bonnie Bower, the Hand; and Lucille Aaron Health. Emmanuel Episcopal Church vill hold its annual bazaar Friday, November 10, in the parish house the theme "Old Fort Cumber- and Days." The theme tics in with the Fort Cumberland Bicentennial. Decora- ions will be rustic and depict a rading post.in/the days of'the old rontier..Appropriate costumes will and be'worn by members of the committees and pioneer day entertain- team ment will be presented. p. m. and dinner at 6 p. m. Both will be in buffet style. Mrs. Paul Steinla, general chairman, is being assisted by Mrs. f. Kiser, chairman of publicit Mrs. Owen' E; Hitchins, chairman the dinner; Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes, chairman of the lunch- son, and Mrs. George G. Young, chairman of'tickets. . • • In charge of booths are Mrs. irded Bruce DuVall, tiny tots and stitcli- ery; Mrs. Francis Sweene, attic chairman, introduced, the speaker; reasures and baby gifts; Mrs. R. Jack Shepherd, bakery.goods and aprons; Miss Hazel Malloy, gifts and candy, and Miss Edwena Krause, oldtime.'Store. Events Briefly Noted V.F.W. Auxiliary will hold its annual banquet October 27 at 6:30 p. in..at the Ali Ghan Country Club. Newcomers Plan Parties The Newcomers Club planned Halloween and Christmas parlies at the recent meeting at the Girl Scout House. • • . The Halloween party will be held October 28. at the Bowling Green Fire Hall, and the Christmas party will be held December 10 at the Cumberland Country Club. Mrs: Henry Tubbs and Mrs. Frank Leger are co-chairmen, assisted by Mrs: Robert . Platt, .Mrs. Wayne .Du- Bryne and Mrs. Jean Mclntyre.:' ••''. A donation of $10 was made to the Community Chest. . Plans were made for a rummage sale November 5. Mrs. DuBryne and Mrs. Richard Guesser are c6- chairmen. Donations . are to be brought to the bridge and canasta party.- Reports were given by Mrs. Jean Fretwell, Christmas, fund collection; Mrs. Robert, Franklin, budget; and Mrs. Guesser, financial. Mrs. Fretwell collects change from members for the Christmas fund; lo buy baskets of food for the needy. Mrs. Abe Schwab was introduced by Mrs. Carlton Brinsfield, and assisted in the demonstration of jewelry making by Mrs. Ralph Rorlz. Guests introduced included Mrs. Waldon Skinner, Mrs. Richard Bolyard, Mrs. Howard Turner, and Miss Ellen Servicky. Hostesses for the evening, Mrs. lack Olwine, Mrs. Brinsfield, Mrs. Ann Bolt and Mrsi Paulette Alhey, served refreshments. rfome at 6 o'clock for transporta- .ion. Reservations are to.be made by Saturday through Mrs. Helen Bujac (PA 2-3283): The Navy Mothers will sponsor a baked ham supper, tomor/ow : rom 5 to 7 p. m. at the American Legion' Home. The St. Mary's Mothers Club will raid a meeting in the church hall .omorrow. - Entertainment will be n charge of Mrs.. Jermiah Defi- ]augh, Mrs. Charles Kifer and seventh grade mothers. A white elephant sale will conclude the meeting. • Circle 2, W.S.C.S of Centre Street Methodist Church will hold a rum- nage sale Friday at 1 p. m. in the church basement. Mrs. Harvey Shockley is leader. Articles must ie sent to the church by tomorrow. Chilcott Cresap-Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, will meet Thursday at 9 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Rose Faulkner, Cresaptown. Cleans, softens, brightens your skin in a way no cream—or soap—alone can do. * Noxzema will help bring you complexion loveliness you'd hardly dare to hope for. In days it wilt help your skin look cleaner, clearer than ever. How Noxzemo Works 1. It clenns like soap (it's frease- /ess-washes off with water) but it doesn't dry akin. 2. Softens like cream, but doesn't ' clog pores . . . never feels sticky or Rreaty. 3. Helps clear skin . •. heal externally-caused blemishes because it's medicated.' 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The Guild voted on the budget, planned projects for 'the fiscal year, and discussed the coming bazaar. . ' . Luncheon was served by members of St. Francis Circle and the devotional was led by Mrs. George Young. •, ,. '••.'•, '••..' Miss Sophie Deheen, program The annual Centre Street Methodist Church school last night with a . large attending. . . A business ' luncheon is.' being served.each day from 11 a. m. to 1:30 p. m,' There is also a'snacl bar.. . Donor awards for the opening night were won by Roger H. Row, egg clock; Mrs. . Shirley. Lelir, singing tea kettle; Edna Doman, eight glass beverage set, and Mrs. Clyde Cessna, steak set. There ill be additional donor awards each night. . The'Queen City Mud Hens will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Gladys Clingan, Mason Roa'J, with Mrs. Fred Valentine co-hostess. Mrs. Dudley Browne who spoke on "History of the Church." . Rev. M. R. Richardson, rector, gave a brief talk and announced :he calendar . for the next ten months. . . Loyalty Sunday will be held October 30 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Officers who will serve this year with Mrs. .Steinla are Mrs. Wallace Wilson,' secretary; Mrs. Frances The.Past Presidents Club of the Sweene, treasurer; and the following secretaries: White, devotions; Mrs. James Mrs. W. G Kraus, altar ward; Mrs. John Members will'meet at the Post Bestwick. choir chapter; Mrs. John Burr, welfare; Mrs. Franklin Kremer. Council of Church Women, Mrs. Albert Paye, kitchen and Mrs. Fred. Steidings, program. The Town Creek Hometnakers will meet tonight at the home-of Mrs. Bessie Hinkle. it pays to shop at warhaft's ... for » KIRSCH RODS . • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS 79 North Centre St. DeMay Majority Christmas •'•••"".'. : • J '•.•.:: ••'';' * ' •".'' ; ' . Viv '•'"•!,'•'.'• Dance Set For December 26 The DcMolay Majority 'Associa lion made plans for :Its dance and a get-together • next bazaar opened month at the meeting last night at crowd U'e Ali Chan City Club. 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