Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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"EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MDV, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20', IMS McKinley Chapter, OES, Will Entertain Grand Officers McKinley Chapter 12. Order of fifty-fourth anniversary of the in Eastern Slar, will bo hostess to the visitation of officers of the Grand Chapter of Maryland tomorrow at Hie Masonic Temple. Mrs. Lcona S. Twele, worthy grand matron arid L. E. Harrell, worthy grand patron and chaplain, stitution of (he chapter; Miss Nyna Fey. past grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Mary land and only living charter mem ber of McKinley Chapter will je the honor guest., along with all pasl and their staff of Grand officers matrons and past patrons. A pro- American Revolution, at the Cum- will make their official -isit. gram will" be presented in their berland Country Club. Miss Virginia P. Koegel, worthy honor by Mrs. Vivian Cornell, Mrs Dorothy Ringlcr, Miss Mildred matron, and Thomas W. Williams, worthy patron of the chapter, will preside. A flag ceremony Will be present- Beck, Mrs. Rebecca Duff, Miss Margaret Beck, Mrs. Stella Twigg Mrs. Mary Settle, Mrs. Wilma the chapter by Mrs. Mary Orlick. as peace; Mrs. Elizabeth Riser and Mrs. Louise Krapf,' service. A pageant, "The Plains of Peace," w the formal ». „.„..„ „. - - . , ficers. Those taking part will be Baker ani ^ rs - Bc 8' na Koe g cl and Mrs. Edna Earl Mnbus, Pilgrim; Miss Helen Cherry, Truth; Mrs. Dorothy Cornwell, Industry; Mrs. Georgia Mengcs. Courage; Mrs. Elaine Pyle, °Failh; Mrs.' Ethel on Sunday, with Rev. William' R Askey, Love; Mrs. Rosalie Shobe, interpreter; Mrs. Stella Twigg, vocalist, Mrs. Ethel Lawyer, organist. The chapter will recess for dinner at 6 p. m. in the assembly hall, and reconvene at 7:30 at which time members will celebrate the l\ I'I'K WKICIIIUIIJ \*iu uv; (litotiiv- - j ed during the formal opening ot Bradfield Mrs. Mary Paulman Mrs. Lois Brant, Mr,s. Rose Kautz Miss Virginia Koegel, and Thomas Williams. HHIII me i-u,ii,» m A reception will be,held in the al program. DAR-approved rill h'n nrpwntori nffnr assembly hall following the closing schools. Valley Forge projects, reception of grand of-c' 'he program, with-Mrs. Agnes and the high school-good-citizen- their committee in charge. A climax to the anniversary cele bration will be the divine service at 2:30 p. m. in Masonic Temple ' Snyder as minister. Aii members their families and friends are wel come to attend. A baked ham supper will be helc by the Navy Mothers Club from 5 until 7 tonight at the American Legion Home. ' S No Down Payment With an "LB" Charge Account CRESCENT RIM Bride's Engagement and Wedding Ring — plus Groom's Ring Whife giving value and selling only quality is of great importance, telling our customers ex- actly what we sell makes for lasting satisfac- tion. This is why we now point out this marvel- ous value we have featured in our Jewelry Department. Here's a wonderful bargain con- stituting the most important purchase in your lifetime. State Heads Entertained By\ Local DAR Mrs. Mary Thomas Stevens George and Mrs.-Frank Shramck of Towson, state regent, and vice! regent, respcclivel; 1 , were cnlcr-i tained at a luncheon, yesterday by 1 Cresap Chapter, Daughters of the: The table was decorated with fall flowers. Mrs. John Robb, regent of Crcsap , Chapter, presided. Speaking at length on the objectives of the DAR, Mrs.. George stressed the honor roll^and plans for the coming year. 'She urged ronlimied support of the education- ship contest. Mrs. Shramck spoke birthday anniversary of on the William Tyler Page, author of the American Creed, and (lie marker placed at his grave by the DAR. Others present were Mrs. E. H; Kellough, Mrs. Finley Thompson. Mrs. William Bankin, Mrs. Paul Glime, Mrs. Marshall Miller, Mrs. William Edwards, Mrs. C. W.'Willison, Mrs. Joseph Lichenstein, Mrs. R. G. Van Ncwkirk, Mrs. Arch Hutcheson, Mrs. A. G. Fowler, Mrs. J. A. Findlay, Mrs. A. S. Paye, Mrs. Lawrence Nugent; Miss Ruth Clausen. Miss Ella Hodgson, Miss Lydia Mlllman, Miss Mary Brengle and two guests. Miss Lillian Hodgson and Mrs. Guy Brengle. Dial PA.2.4MO;for a WANT AD T«k*f Shrine Country. Cjufr '' First Baptist Gi Welfare Group Meeting Mrs. R. W. Huck, mental health chairman of the First District of the Maryland Federation of \Vo- jnen's Clubs, was the speaker at a recent meeting of the walfare group of the Woman's Civic Club at the home of Mrs. P. W. .Cavanaugh. The Dingle. Mrs. John S. Cook presided and introduced Mrs. Huck and Mrs. G. Morgan Smith, president of the Woman's Civic Club. Mrs. Hiick staled that Allegany ourse The executive committee of the Vomeri's Missionary Society of the ? irst Baptist'Church made plans 0 begin a study course and ob- ;erve the World Day of Prayer al 1 recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Young, LaVale Court, LaVale. ., course will be held al he church November 17 from 10 a. m. : to'2 p. ni., with each mem- icr bringing a box lunch. The Christine. Garnett and the Alice \Iodre Circles will hold meetings it that time, and at 4 p. m. a study course for the Intermediates will taught by Mrs. Loren Boggs. Supper will follow. The World Day of Pj-ayer will be, observed November 28 through county leads with patients at December 2, with Mrs. A. Florian ....... Springfield Hospital, although the county has Sylvan Retreat here. Mrs. Smith gave a report on the purchase of the club house for the Civic Club. The group voted a donation for the club house, and to continue its project at Sylvan Retreat. Mrs. Louis Lippold reported sending 1,500 stamps to the veterans' hospitals. It also was decided to col- ect games, pencils and puzzles to ie 'sent at Christmas time. Members signed-a card for Mrs. Nellie Wilson Footer, who is recuperating after an operation in Oakland, Calif. A tea was-held with Mrs. E. S. Sisenberg pouring, assisted by Mrs. Roy Eves, and Mrs. Anthony Saeli. Vilson -in charge. A service will bs held each day . with various :ircles having charge of the programs. The observance will -end ^riday, December 2, witli the official Day of -Prayer. 1 Each mem- >cr is to bring a box lunch anc he Lottie Moon Christmas offering 'ill be received. Other events scheduled are the Rcyal 'Ambassador Focus Week, November 6 to 12, and a Falhei :nd Son banquet at the church November 7. December 6 at 6 p. m. the hold a supper" for Pvrsonuls Mr. and Mrs, Russell Beck, Bowling Green, have returned 'rom a motor trip, to Barron, Wis., [owa Falls, Iowa, and Detroit, vhcre they visited friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stark and daughter, Suzanne, have returned n Washington after visiting Mrs. Stark's mother, Ethel Patton. 118 Bedford Street. They also attended the funeral of Msgr. William 5. Kelly, a cousin of Mr. Stark's. The Centerville Church WSCS is holding a turkey supper at 5 tonight at the church. brighten a rainy day witfi the all-weather coat... See this fashion wise group aj weather snubbing (rain) coat JOT those rainy, cool Fall days ahead . . . A coat that sheds water like the proerbal duck . . . yet looks like a clever classic in good meaUier. Sizes 8 to ie. • • Corduroys • Plaids • Docron • Tweeds • Flannels • Gabardinci from 1995 fashions ,< second I floor ance.. ladles will be held by the- All Chin Country Club Saturday evening:*! the club. Friends of Shriners «re welcome "to attend, and need; not be accompanied by, a- .member, of Shrine or Masonic' bodies. . ,, ' Ralph Martin's .orchestra /will play from 9 to 12.. .7 • ; •••' The Piney Plains \VSCS will hold' a turkey supper Saturday from 6 to 8 p. m. at the church. , NEW. BOARD MEMBERS—The Woman's Golf Association of the Cumberland Country Club installed officers at the annual dinner last night at the club. Left, to right arc Mrs. Edgar Vandegrift, refiririg.chairman; Mrs. Ealph Webster, treasurer'; Mrs'.'-ASie'rt-Eskini•'secretary;ilir's. .Fuller 'Whilwofth,'.:chairman; MrsXGeorge.'M... Youngs tournaments; Mrs.; W..Royce;lHpdges. - rules.-'ahd Mrs. Helen Wise, scores.- "Awards for the year were presented^. .... .-.,.: fOupToBegin nembers and their families at the hurch, with a meeting' following. Mrs. A. D. Sherman opened the neeting "'with prayer and Mrs. foung presided at the business scs- ion. The meeting closed with irayer., The hostess served refreshments. Others present were Mrs. H. R. latlick, -Mrs. Loren Boggs, Mrs. toward Graham, Mrs, Henry T. •lumphreys, Mrs. Herman Lea- ure, Mrs. A. Florian Wilson,.Mrs. . D: Sherman, Mrs. Marion Mil- _;r, Mrs. Gilbert Markwood, Mrs. Robert Moreland and Miss Orpha Boggs. Project Listed By Jayncees At the monthly dinner meeting of the Jayncees Tuesday evening at the Cumberland Country Club chairman ot committees ^vere ap ioint«l and projects discussed: Mrs. Oscar Lasbley presided and named Mrs. Leonard C. Schwab irogram chairman; Mrs. George barney Jr., ways and means; Mrs. A. D. Darby, .membership; Mrs, Glenn Beall,'social;. Mrs. William M. Wilson, publicity, and Mrs. ialph Reiter, civic. Plans for a clothing drive for children were discussed and mem bers asked to bring used clothing or children of all ages to the November 9 meeting at the home jf Mrs. Darby, South Allegany Street. F. Leslie Robertson spoke on "Present-Day Hair Styling." 3enef it Bridge Party Tonight The Western Maryland Bridge Association', will play a charity jame tonight at the Fort Cumber and Hotel for the benefit for the \ational Society of Crippled Chil dren and Adults. Winners in the Cumberland Duplicate Bridge Club's full mas er point game at the Elks.Clul ,-cre first, Mr. and Mrs. 1 A. J 'eigus; second, was a tie between Urs. Fred Puderbaugh, J. D ^addlcford and. Mrs. Samuc Dozen, Mrs. 'J. D. Faddleford; fourth,- Mrs. Ralph Nevy and Mrs Wi!lianr Snyder. . S-t-r-0-t-e-h Sheer NYLONS MS, 3 pair box $2.90 Reg. $1.19 Pair KINNEY'S Shoe Store 119 Baltimore St. Banquet Ends Golf Season Officers - for 1956 were installdd and . prizes for ihe 1955 season awarded at the Woman's .Golf Association banquet last .evening at the Cumberland' Country- Club. Mrs. Fuller Whitworth is the new chairman; Mrs. Edgar Vandegrift, vice chairman; Mrs. Albert Eskih, secretary;. Mrs. Ralph Webster, jeasurer;-Mrs; George M. Young, iournaments; Mrs. Royce Hodges, rules, and Mrs. Helen Wise, scores. The retiring officers are Mrs. Vandegrift, Mrs':. Somervilie Nicholson, Mrs. Richard Kendall and Miss Madelyn. Norris. A -gift was .presented- 1 to Mrs. Vandegrift in'appreciation, of her leadership during the past year. A [estimonial plaque was. given to Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon in "recognition of her outstanding service arid interest in the association for a number of' years. Prizes awarded were championship, - winner and medalist,-Mrs. Hodges; runner-up, Mrs. .Gordon Bowie; consolation, Mrs. Whitworth,' first flight winner, Mrs. A. W. Wood, runner-up, Mrs. Irving Millcnson; consolation, Miss Nancy Smith; second flight, winner, Mrs. Eskin; runner-up, Mrs. J...W.-Hallinan, 'consolation, Mrs. Lester Deneen. . • - ' The DeMarcey trophy was awarded to Mrs. Nicholson; the ,ichtenstein trophy to Mrs. Groh- bach, and the-Carroll Boggs "trophy, to Mrs. Bowie. . -. : Ringer board awards follow: Class A.gross, Mrs. William Bibby; net/Mrs. Whilwbrth. Class B, gross, Mrs. Kendall; net was a tie be- :ween Mrs. Bernard Renz arid Mrs. William Carscaden. Prizes 'or the ringer board were donated iy Mrs. F. Egertpn Powell. -Dinner arrangements were by Mrs. Millcnson, assisted by Mrs. Paul Fletcher and the cocktail party by Mrs. Kendall, Mrs. Lynn Lashley and Mrs. Louis Spoerl. . Students believe the dandclio> reached the-ballast of [he ships used by early colonisis rom Europe. About 11,000 people are killed by fire every year in ' the United States. ' ' - Day Of Prayer To Be Marked ByZionWSGS The'W.S.C.S. ot non .Methodist Chiirch made plans at. a recent meeting to observe its Day of Prayer at the next session.' • Mrs. Alice Raso presided. The opening prayer was given by Mrs, Edith Simons. Several hymns were sung with John Clark'as accompanist. Mrs; .Louise Sanson led the de- votiorials on the topic, "He Satis fies Our -Desires," and also read the i45th Psalm. Mrs. Florence Thompson read an article on "Mis sionary Guidance." . Mrs. Inez Sweitzer reported'on cards sent to the sick'and shutins. Mrs. Virginia Sachs gave a report on the zone meeting heldTecently at the church. Miss Viplet McElfish was .named chairman of the apple butter sale Mrs. Richard Rueschlein- and Mrs. E. F. Phillips, gave talks on the fifteenth anniversary of the Women's Sotiety. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mabel Barnes, Mrs. Mae Cameron, and Mrs. Rachael larnes. Others attending were Mrs. .Lucy Clark, Mrs. Sadie Durst, Mrs. Emma Adams, Mrs. Bertha Brotemarkle, Mrs. Tora Twigg, Mrs. Effie Charles and Mrs. Thora Tewell. . • Circle 3, Centre Street Methodist Church, will hold a rummage sale tomorrow at 1 p. m. in the church basement.. •TTTTTTTTTTi * CHILDREN'S SHOES * Well boilt *" fitted with cart * Woderate in price' ^ Isng on wear ^ ' 'Ixelailvi In Cumbtrlojx! .With I WEBB'S J J7 lattimort St. ^ IAAAAAAAAAAI NOW ON TV- Beech-Nut Baby Foods present Dr. Benjamin One or America's foremost authorities on baby car* In millions of homes mothers refer to this wise and helpful book by Dr. Spock as their trusted authority on questions of child care. Now you can meet this famous child specialist in person on TV as he talks with mothers like you about baby problems you share. 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