Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING /riMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- FRIDAY, ^OCTOBER 21, : 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT; AD tak* ^omen's Society Zone Will [eet At Grace Church 28th """The Suzannah Wesley Zone, for mcrly known as Zone 1, of Hie Hag ci-slown District, Women's Society of Christian Service, will hold it Fall meeting October 28 at Grac Methodist Church, Virginia Ave hue. Mrs.' Louis Chastain will b •1n charge-of the. devotions. -Literature and study 'materia will be presented by Mrs. Jame • "Fatkin, district secretary of liter ."-.aiure and publications. '£SEach society is asked lo brin_ San offering for the scholarship !~i.fund. Reports will be given on mis sions and missionaries and name will be exchanged. Each mcmbe is to bring a box lunch. „.,, The afternoon session v-ill begin j^at l.p. m. Mrs. Pearl Willis Jones ~Jf missionary from Southern Rho ~ desia. Africa, will speak and show slides of her work. i Singing Keys I Program Held ~ The Singing Keys Junior Music 2 and Arts Club presenled a pro" gram of American folk-songs'at a '£ recent meeting at the home of *; Jean Harman, LaValc. J! A feature was the showing ol *• movies of places and scenes in ;; Florida by Dr. Elizabeth Brings. « Refreshments . were served by £ the hostess's mother, Mrs. Slanley ~ Harman, assisted by Miss Vickie " McCrea. Others attending were Sheila .V. Coulehan, Roberta Bell, Cindy «• Shoff, Melinda Black, Nancy " Beachley, Patsy Cawley, Patty •» O'Hara, Susan Hedrick, Connie " Brings, Charlotte Richardson, - Paula Angle, Jo Ann Morgan, Joan '' Harman, Edward Barger, A] Stimler, Richard. Horn, Qilliam: Ways, Dale Kauffman, and Mrs. Agnes McDuffie, Mrs. Howard Irwin, program director, and Mrs. Robert Horn, councilor. Mrs. Jones has had a varied background. She served as ai Army nurse during World War 1. mid again on the Burma Road dur ing World War il. She has been superintendent of the Chino Copper Hospital in New Mexico, and has been superintendent of nurses am advisor to the training school, Den- forth Hospital in Kcnchiang Keang si, China. At present Mrs. Jones is superintendent of nurses at Wash burn Memorial Hospital, Soulhcrr. Rhodesia, Africa. Dinner, Parly Planned By Opti-Mrs. Club Mrs. Hugh Funkhouser. was named chairman of the Opti-Mrs Christmas parly ol the dinner meeting at Happy Hills Restaurant a recent night. The party will be held December at.the AH Ghan Country Club rlusbands of members- will be luests. Mrs. Funkhouser presided. It was decided to hold a bake sale November 5 at Ihe Jel Cleaners, wilh. Mrs. Harold Brooks chairman. The room - was decorated in lutumn leaves, flowers and pump;ins. Concluding Ihe meeting reshments were served and games tlayed. Mrs. Bernard Whitacre von Ihe special award. Hostesses vere Mrs. Wilbur Klingler, Mrs. ?arl Amlower, Mrs. Francis Warlick and Mrs. Kenneth Shafer. Others present were Mrs. Harold laughton, Mrs. Raymond Hinkle, Irs. George Furslenburg, Mrs. toward Douglas, Mrs. Carl Win- leld, Mrs. Charles See, Mrs. Wai- ace Wilson, Mrs. Allen Staggers, ifrs. Brooks, Mrs; John Ankeny, Irs. Paul Bixler, Mrs. George 'ey, Mrs. Byron Kight, Mrs. Voodrow Gurley, and Mrs. Keneth Inskeep. Happy Valley Club Sends Card ,-"• To Eisenhower The Happy Valley Homcmaki Club remembered President Else liower with a gel-well card at recent meeting at the. home Mrs. Lucille Dickon. Cards were also sent to M Ida Hillegas and Mrs. Desla Zip ler, members who are ill. Roll call was answered to question "Are You Registered Vole?" A report on the clothing co struction meeting and a demo stration on tuck bound button hoi was given by Mrs. Pearl Sulse clothing chairman. The club will hold a Hallowe party , tomorrow evening at t home of Mrs. Elmer Price, Vail Road.' All members are welcom to attend and are to come dress in costumes. The nejt meeting will be he at the home of Mrs. Frank Foster, 4TO Walnut Street, Noveir ber 3 at 7:30 p. m. 1 Events Briefly Noted re " 7:30 The United Democratic Wome of Allegany County will hold .special meeting this evening, in the Community Room Central Y.M.C.A. Mrs. Marsha wigg; president, will be in charg The Ladies Auxiliary of the Bei ord Road Fire Company will hoi a bake sale tomorrow at 1 p. IT at the fire hall. They will al.< sponsor the first -of- a series veekly square dances tomorro night at 9 at the hall. The Bedford Road 4-II Girls Clu will meet tomorrow at 2 p.m. : he home of Ann Hardinger, Bd ord Road. The Rainbow Girls will meet i :30 tomorrow evening at th Masonic Temple. First Showing in Town! PHILCO TV for 1956 v\ with Transformer Powered Chassis! Don't Settle for Less! Philco's ftiH quality powerplant out- values by a wide margin other sets that are stripped of transformers or other essential features. 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Baker, a patient at acred Heart Hospital the past Mission Circle Has Program AtLaVale The Kathleen MuUory C'ircle o the Friendship Missionary Societ; of the La Vale Baptist Church me Thursday at the home of Mrs Ruth Gates. The program chairman, Mrs Emma Herr, opened the meetm with devotions using the them "Harvest For The Lord" wit comment by Mrs. Herr, Mrs Gates, Mrs. Eva Day, Mrs. Myrtl Lafferty and Mrs. Doris Kauf man. Mrs. Sarah Lewis .told of "Th Work of Sally File" who is a ne\ agricultural missionary in Corent We learned that many were bein 'on to Christ through being laugh belter ways of cultivating and do ing other farm work which woul produce a more plentiful harvesl Prayer was offered for the Insti lute of Corenti. Mrs. Olive Coleman spoke o the work of "Kate White's Domes tic School." Prayer was offerei for this school. Mrs. David-Lauder gave the-re mainder of the study book "Slew ardship Enriches Life" and sail :hat behind .any sort of endeavo there is money. She gave .fou methods of giving,! for one's own jood, giving regularly; propor .ionately, and adequately and sai hat we should teach our childrer lo give one lenth of their firs allowance and do so by means o a church envelope. Mrs. Doris' Kauffman conductco .he business session at which re ports of various committees wen jiven and acted upon. The group decided to purchase dishes for the kitchen and Mrs. Coleman and ilrs. Lauder were appointed tc select them. It was- also decid« o send boxes to boys .in service and the items were to be at the church by October 23. Mrs. C. F.' Frith spoke of the mportance of the district meeting at the First Baptist Church Octo ler 20. The November meeting will be it the s home of. Mrs. Emma Herr 'he business session closed am efreshments were served. Those iresent were Mrs. Norman Trum- iul, Mrs. Thomas Gifford, Mrs. 'earl Christner, Mrs. Lelah taggs, Mrs. Myrtle Latterly, Mrs. Iva Day, Mrs. Sarah Lewis, Mrs. 'live Coleman, Mrs. Florence -auder, Mrs. C. F. Frith, Mrs. Emma Herr, Mrs. Doris Kauff- lan, Mrs. Ray Nine and the host- ss Mrs. Gates. iveek, has returned 30 Columbia Street. Lo his home, e Honors Manhattan Member, Plans Christmas Part) Manhattan Temple 8, Pythla Sisters, honored Mrs.-Ruth Kcife of 439 Columbia Street, at a recen meeting at Junior' Order Hal Mrs. Kclfer, a member of the or gnnization was re-elected gran press correspondent for. anothe year at the Grand Pythian conven lion at Frederick in September. A gift was presented to Mrs Keifer from the Terijple' by Mrs Gencvieve Wagner. Several ind vidual gifts were also presente to Mrs. Keifer from members. Re freshments were served under Ih direction of the Kilchen cpmmii Ice, Mrs. Fay Lee Burner chair man. A while clcphanl and candy sal was held, the proceeds to go fo tho purchase of flowers for sic members: A Halloween party' was planne for October. 28. The regular meeting of Ih group was held a recent night a ;he home of Mrs. Keifer, with Mrs Thelma Poland reading the Scrip lure lesson. A prize in games wa won .by Mrs. Elsie Lchr. Tin Grace WMS Holds Coronation Program •A coronation service marked thi program of Ihe Women's Mission ary Society of Grace Baptis Church a recent night with "Ad ranting In Love," the progran .opic. ' - • Barbara Miller of First Baptis Jhurch, gave the bugle call an louncing (he entrance of the Cour of Honor, composed of Ihe spciety execulive commillee, wearing pas .el colored gowns. Others in the jroccssion were Mrs. Fern Wilson TOung people's director; . Mrs •Tarry Reynolds, junior counselor 'atricia Trozzo, Joyce Royce, Pau etle . Ridenour, Frances Sliobcr Sondra Simpson, Betty Martin naidends; Margaret Brown am Anita Barnes,'ladies in waiting, al carrying lighted candles. Sandra Muns, princess, carried a smal jlobe of the. world. Each gir answered requirements in forward iteps. Irene Brown, queen, carried i vhite Bible. Gary Wilson, a page, :arried her crown and Barbara Jrown, a sunbeam, was flowci 'irl for her sisler. Following the oronation by Mrs. Reynolds, 'the Queen" was presenled Ihe Girls \uxiliary pin. Each girl received corsage from Ihe society. A devotional was led by Mrs. iyde Runion, WMS president, on ie theme, "Queenly Quest" and ,ev. W. Randolph Keefe offered ie dedication prayer. 1 Mrs. Samuel . Blume played the music for ie program. The decorations were n the GA colors of while and green wilh a louch of gold. group will meet again,October 2 at 7:30 p. m;, at the Homo of Mr Ada Twigg, 114 Harrison Street. The committee for the Christina dinner.December 10 was appointe II 'is comprised of Mrs. Wagne Mrs. Twigg and Mrs. Millie Zirr merman. It will be held at A: ton's, Fort Cumberland Hotel. North Branch Club Discusses Yule Party Miss Mary Wise, county horn demonstration agent, gave a dem onstration on wall -. coverings a the recent meeting of the Nort Branch Homemakers Club at th home of Mrs. Harry F. Whiti Mrs. Wilmer Silber was co-hos less. _' • The program opened wilh th singing of "Faith of Our Fathers, followed .by reading of the Home makers creed. Roll call was an swercd to "Are You Registere To Vote?" The answer was 10 per cent. Mrs. Russell Valentine citizenship chairman, urged all t [o to the polls and vote. Reporls were given by Mrs Edwin Shank and Mrs. Russel Valentine. Mrs. George Abbott preside and appointed Mrs. Charles Mer ritt and Mrs. Harry White lo th' nominating committee. . Plans were discussed for the an •»TVf TTTTTTi ^CHILDREN'S SHOES ^ ' Well bum "Fitted with cor* Moderate in price ^ lianq on wear WEBB'S - 37 lohimort SI. IAAAAAAAAAAI ""•"—~~ TOTS lo TEENS ~ New Fall DRESSES for School ... for Dresi Goafs "' Coat Sets Skirts -Jumpers - Blouses Sweaters - Handbags LILLIAN'S Girl Shop . 6X BAIT1MORE ST. . nusl Christmas party. The meeting closed with the singing "I Want A Glri." Rcfrcohmenls were served. Others attending were Mesdamcs Joseph Pollock, Russell Hymes, Asa Fresh, Carl Biermar Jr., Frank Miller and daughter, Clyde O'Bak- cr and Karl Crowe, The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert Young, Virginia Avenue. November -3, ,«t DOCTORS KNOW suoifM \ puts Autumn tang • into gingham plaid! 298 Everybody's handing out praise to SHIP'N SHORE'S "Hobo" shirt with the long tails! Fashion-touch "extras": 'kerchief-back two-way collar, wing-tip pocket. New deep-tone woven plaids that launder cheerfully. Sizes 30 to 38. 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