Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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SIX. . . EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 Dial l'A-2-4000 (or a WANT AD TaW Ursuline Auxiliary Names •Committee For Church Bazaar Local Couple Observe 40th Wedding Event Mr. and Mrs. Amos A. Perdew ."r.. celebrated their fortieth wed- Ming anniversary recently with a :amfly dinner at their home, 523 'ort Avenue. Mrs. Perdew baked ;!ie anniversary tiered cake which rentered the table. The couple was married October '2, 1915, in the parsonage of Cen- 'ral Methodist Church by Rev. J. ./I. York. They are the parents of :wo children. Mrs. Myrtle Wilmol .md Amos A. Perdew Jr. Their three grandchildren arc Mrs. Dar- :<?ne Murphy, A/2c Kenneth Wil•not and Melanie Wilmot. Carole ; )iane the one great- grandchild. All members of the family were present except Kenneth wiio is serving with the Air Force, stationed at Albany, Ga. •: Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shifflelt, Mrs. Amos 1'erdew. Jr., and James Trezise. WSCS Circle 1 will sponsor a rummage sale today al 6 p. m. in : .he basement of Methodist Church. The Ursuline Academy Auxiliar asked for volunteers for the dccoi ating committee tor the annua bazaar of SS. Peter and Pau Church nt the meeting a reccn evening in the assembly room the academy. Mrs. Edward Dress man presided. . Those who will work on the coir mitlee are Mrs. Edward McNa nice, Mrs. Dressman, Mrs. Fran Allice, Mrs. Raymond O'Neil Mrs. James Dressman, Mrs. W D. Wolford, Mrs. Lawrence Lir der, Mrs. Norman Chirdon, Mrs Raymond Madden, Mrs. Thoma Mullaney and,Mrs, Dorothy Me 'Kcuty. Al the conclusion of Ihe mee 1 ing refreshments were served b members of the senior class. It was announced that Ihe Chi' Oub has resumed its Sunday nigh parties. Chaperons for the parly wen are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mad den, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 0 Neill and Mrs. Charles Offutl. Chaperones for Ihe Chic Club dance for nexl Sunday night wil be Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O'Neill Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lindner and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chir don. The Business and Professiona Women's Club will have induclion Cenlre Slrceljof new members at a meeting al 5:30 p. m. today at Central YMCA Anniversary Savings To show our appreciation for your patronage, FOOTERS offers you these low, low prices for a limited time only. PANTS SKIRTS*- -L* m ~ SWEATERS ^•VC Cleaned and Smartly Finished 34 Harry FOOTER & -CLEANERS- .Thctt Special Co. ffective at all our itorei tn Cumberland, laVale, Froilburg, Keyier and Piedmont. Fait, dry cleaning t«rvtc« on request ... No Extra Chargtl ________ Dress Shirts Laundered ; Hand Fiimh«d and Individually Cellophane Wrapped. Try us ... you will be ai pleased ot your neighbors NOW you can buy this brand new PORTABLE FOR AS LITTLE AS A WEEK fAfter minimum down paymen' WHY SETTLE FOR LESS WHEN FOR SO LITTLE YOU CAN ENJOY SINGER Dependobility SINGER Service SINGER lessoru SINGER SEWING CENTER •A Trsdt Miuk al The Singer Mfg. Co. 65 Baltimore St.—Cumberland, Md.—Phone PA 2-3060 77 N. Main Sr. — Keyser, W. Va. — Phone 20971 Mrs. Showman Heads Club; Awards Given Mrs, Emory F. Showman was elected president of the Maplesidc llomcmakers Club and Mrs. Boyd Hosier was named a recent mcelihg al Bethany EUB Church Hall. Mrs. James' Wcakley was chairman of. the nominating committee, and Mrs, M. H. Burgess presided. Achievement awards were made. It was announced that Miss Mary Wise, home demonstration agent, will give a demonstration on "Wall and Floor Treatment" at the meeting November 17. A tea will be held in honor of new members, "Rainy Day" jars collected and a candy sale held. Mrs. Edgar Lewis and Mrs. Freida Ferguson explained judging procedures. First and second wiies were won by Mrs. Charles Moore for dahlias and second for roses. She also received first place [or a centerpiece of dahlias and :iydrangcs. Other prizes went to Mrs. Joh Breakiron, ivy centerpiece; Mrs James Weakley, zinnias; Mrs Frank .White, violets, and Mrs Charles Moore, Christmas cactus Mrs. Weakley first, and Mrs White, second, chair caning. Clothing awards follow: Party dress, Mrs. Howard Fish er, first and second; good 'dress Mrs. John Breakiron, first, secon and third; cotton dress, Mrs reakiron, first and second; skirts Mrs. Howard Fisher, first and sec ond; brunch coat, Mrs. Emory Showman, first, blouses, Mrs Breakiron, first .second and third :h!ld's dress, Mrs. Eleanor Sny der, first; boy's shirt. Mrs. Snyder :irst; shrugs, Mrs. Carl .Grimes First, second and third; stoles Mrs. George F. Heiter, first; Mrs George F. Reiter, first; Mrs Grimes, second and third; table cloth, Mrs. . Reiter, first: coats ilrs. John Breakiron, first; Mrs p isher, second; suit, Mrs. Edga Shoemaker, first. Handicraft, doll outfits, Mrs Sleanor Snyder, first; bib, Mrs Roy Tharpe, first; drapes, Mrs Vilmer Null, first; tableclolh, Mrs Sadie Weaverling, first; Mrs. Shoe Tiaker, second; pillowcases, Mrs 'harpe, first; Mrs. Moore, second carf, Mrs. Harry Brotemarkle irst; doily, Mrs. Tharpe, first am econd; Mrs. Arthur Scrogum bird; tea aprons, Mrs. Snyder irst, second and third; othe; prons, Mrs. Anna Morin, first ilrs. Brotemarkle, second; Mrs Horin, third; needlepoint picture Irs. Joseph Kuhlman, first; need epoint earrings, Mrs. Kuhlman irst. Melal Irays, Mrs. Scrogum, firsl ,Irs. Hiley Payne, second; Airs Burgess, third; oil painling, Mrs crogum, first; hot plate mal, Mrs, Cuhlman, first; ceramic shoes ,lrs. James A. Smilh, first In the canned goods exhibit Mrs. Weakley, first, quinces and econd, cherries; Mrs. Mamie Arn iolt, third, pears. Mrs. L. A r ewell, green beans; Mrs. F. R Brotemarkle, beels; Mrs. Weak ey, lima mixture; relishes, Mrs, Vrnholt, first; Mrs. L. A. Jewell, iecond: Mrs. Weakley, third; ilrs. Edith MacKenzie, water melon pickles; Mrs. Weakley lickled beets; Mrs. Payne, cucum ier pickle; Mrs. Arnholt, grape elly; Mrs. John Latterly, rasp icrry and blackberry jelly; Mrs Veakley, orange preserves; Airs ^ull, plum; Mrs. Lafferly, peach md nut preserves and Mrs. Null, apple bulter. • A covere ddish luncheon followed the meeting with Mrs. Scro Him giving the prayer. The meet- ng opened with Ihe group singing 'Faith Of Our Fathers." The his- ory of the hymn was read by Mrs. M. Monroe MacKenzie, who ras accompanist. Mrs. Paul Wei- read a poem, "October's Bright Blue Weather." Mrs. Burgess read a "Four Way ' Test.' ioll call was answered by "Are r ou Registered to Vote?" Routine eports were given. Appreciation or sunshine remembrance's were eccivcd from Mrs. Glenn Diehl and Mrs. Ray Van Horn. Mrs. Shoemaker collected Blue Cross lues. Mrs. Richard Wagner was wel- omed as a member. The group ras reminded of the county \chievdment Day meeting anc inner at tbe YMCA, November 15. llub chairmen are to give their eporls lo Ihe county chairmen by Vovember 1. Cumberland Chapter, OES Holding Bazaar This Week Members of Henry Hart Auxilia- y, V.F.W. will hold a games party ir members following the. meeting ; 8 tonight. Give her Main floor the gift ot youthful ke'aiity REVENESCENCE Wkar'ct of frt The gift she wants so much... Revenescence to impart the moisture her tkin requires the soft, smooth glow of youth. 1 . Cream or Liquid, dressed Christmas giving, }S\00, plus lax. for up Cumberland Chapter 5C, Ordc of the Eastern Star, will open it annual bazaar .with a turkey din no. Thursday evening in th Masonic Temple. There will be booths for fane; work, candy, baked goods and sol drinks. There will also be a fisl pond and a country store booth. Ivan .Hall is general chairman Miss Bessie K. Baird is in charg 01 tickets; Miss'Ruth Screen i treasurer; Mrs. Ethel Zimmer man, dinner chairman; Mi's. Gei [rude nice, dining room chairman Mrs. Gertrude Moreland, fane, work; Mrs. Martha Diehl, cake and pies; Mrs. Emma Grac Young, candy; Oliver Morion, liar old Hixson and Henry Earle, sof drinks; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kay !or, counlry store, and Mrs. Bon nie Harrison, square dance. Friday night there will, be a square dance from 8 p. • m. to 1 p. m. wilh music by Charlie Mori', orchestra. Tickets may be obtained fron any of Ihe officers or al Ihe door Homer-Crowe April Wedding Announced Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Elizabeth F. Crowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crowe, 40 Maple Streel, Froslburg, to Edward J Homer, son of Mr. and Mrs James Homer, Washington. The double ring ceremony was performed April 30 in St. Ste phen's Catholic Church, Washing ton. Rev. John Farrell officiate! at the double ring ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial mass The bride, escorted by her father, wore a ballerina lenglh [own of French lace over nylon net .and satin with a long-sleeve iacket and Queen Anne collar. Her llusion veil was attached to a queen's crown - of matching lace and seed pearls. She carried a triangular shaped bouquet of white carnations and stephanotis.. Following Ihe ceremony a recep- .ion was'held ai Ihe Catholic laughters Club. Later Ihe couple left for a trip to Miami Beach. NeivMembers ToBeFetedBy DeMolay Club Cumberland Chapter, DeMolay Mothers Club, will entertain new nembers following the meeting to- ight at 8 o'clock at Masonic 'emple. All . mothers of Cumberland Chapter DeMolay members velcome to attend. Mrs. Adclia Morris, president, ill preside at the punch bowl. The able decorations will be carried nit in white with a centerpiece of all garden flowers. The committee in ciiarge is -(imposed of Mrs. Albert Paye and VIrs. Eobert Goldfine, co-chairmen, and Mrs. Dorothy Grimes, Urs. Virginia Lester, Mrs. Mary iteele and Mrs. Jack Yankelevitz. Mrs. H.i%gins Feted On Her 80th Birthday Mrs. Flora Higgins, of Littl Orleans, was honored recently o her eightieth birthday at the horn ot her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Tip pen, 703 Louisiana Avenue. The house was decorated -wit fall flowers and a four tiered cak centered the refreshment table Mrs. Tippen was assisted in serv ing by Mrs. Frank Ratke and Mrs James Sweitzer. Mrs. Blanche Me Knight presided at Ihe punch bowl Out-of-town guests were Mr. an Mrs. Bernard Higgins and daugh ter, Dorothy; Pitlsburgh; Mr. an Mrs. James Sweitzer, Petersburg Va.: Mr. arid Mrs. William J Easlon and daughters, Hosemari and Theresa, Baltimore; Mr. anc Mrs. Paul Higgins and son Wil lam;'and Raymond Higgins, Littli Orleans. Mrs. Lena Twigg, Everett, Pa. Mr. and Mrs.'Joseph Bolt, Eck Vart. Others attending were Mr. Mrs. Earl Twigg and daughter Ann and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Franl Burns, Mr. and. Mrs; Homer Hul and son William, Mr. and Mrs Frank Ratke, Mrs. Rose Kloster man and daughters, Vickie, Jeanii ind Debbie, Mrs. L. R. Underdonl and Mrs. Anna Van. Events Briefly Noted Melvin WSCS will hold a rummage sale tomorrow at 81 North Centre Street at 10 a. m.' The Rohrer-Herpich Bible Class of the First Baptist Church wil meet Thursday at 7:45 p. m. at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. H. -T. Hum )hreys, 506 Easfern Avenue. Offi cers will be elected.' Wives of nembers will atlend Ihe social fol- owing, Tri-State Chapter of Gold Star Mothers will hold a Halloween par- y tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at.Ihe American Legion Home. A turkey and oyster supper will le served by the Ladies Auxiliary 'f 'the Ellerslie Volunteer Fire Company Thursday from 5 to 8 L m. at the fire hall. The Christine Garnet .Circle of lie First Baplisl Church will meel 'hursday at 2 p. m. at the home f Mrs. J. I. Vandegrift, The Din- le. Cresap Homemakers Club will ieet Thursday at 9:30 a. m. at the Crcsaptown Methodisl Church. A emonstration on tailored clolhes 'ill be given. Melvin W.S.C.S. will hold a rummage sale lomorrow at 10 a. m. at 1 North Centre Street. The Norlh Cumberland Home- lakers Club will meet Thursday at :15 p. m. in the recreation hall f the Fairview Avenue Church. Park Place WSCS will meet al :30 tonight for the third session »f the study book, "Within Two Vorlds." Miss Miller's Engagement To Ensign McClure Announced Mr. and Mrs. Hobert 0. Miller Alexandria, Va., announce the en 'agement of their daughter, Vir iinia- Morrow Miller, to Ensign lames McClure Johnslone, USNR on of Mr. and Mrs. Don John tone, Albuquerque, N. M. Miss Miller, a granddaughter 01 he late Mr. and Mrs. James Willi on, of Cumberland, is a gradual; if St. Agnes Episcopal School ilexandria, and a senior at Smilh College. Ensign Johnslone is a graduate f Yale Universily, Class of 1955 He is serving aboard the U.S.S Itembel in the Pacific. The wedding is planned for De ember. Sisterhood To 3e Entertained E'er Chayim Temple Sislerhoot •ill hold a meeling lomorrow al p. m. in the Temple vestry room. Irs. Maurice Milberg wil] preside A uniongram skit, under Hie irection of Mrs. Alberl Eskia 'ill fealure. Each member will eceive a book of imiongrams. Mrs. Allan Hirsh, chairman, wil! 5 assisled by Mrs. Milton Bern- •ein, Mrs. Blane Schindler, Mrs. Robert Gcrson, Mrs. Daniel Lowy, Irs. Joseph Lichteristein, Mrs, umner Hirsch and Mrs. Irwin THMOaCffMtMtf/US -than any other Juit Received:— 8 New Patterns In Famous "Pierre" HAND-CRAFTED SHOES -WOMEN * WEBB'S . 57 UtllMOUE ST. Personals Andrew T. Wilkes, 350 Virginia Avenue, is a medical patient in Memorial Hospital. Mrs. George Arbogasl, 326 Crawford Street, is a patient in Memorial Hospilal being Irealed for a woken leg sustained in a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Con-! Ion, Sr., 208 Schley Street, have; returned from a tour of Canada. Doris Tasker Sfc.TJ.Yodei Wed Sept. 24 Miss Doris Mario Tasker, daug (cr of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Taske 110 Philos Avenue, Wcstcrnpor and Sfc. Tliomas Jerry Yodcr, so of Mr. and Mrs.. Benjamin I Yodcr, Pelosky, Mich., were ma ricd at the First Baptist Churc Wcsternport, • September 24.' Tl double ring ceremony was pe formed by (he Rev. William B Orndorff. pastor. The altar was decorated wi large while mums and • pompon Mrs. Arnold Clark, church orga 1st, played the wedding march. Mrs. Lottie Fox, Fort ( Mead was the bride's matron o'f hone and Sfc. Robert Fox, was be man. Franklin Tasker, brother the bride, and Broaddus Bowtna were the usiiers. ; Given in marriage by her fathe the bride was attired in a ballerin length gown of bridal white sati: fashioned sweetheart with fitted bodic neckline and Ion tapering sleeves. Bands of in ported pearls circled the heac band which held the shouide length French veil of illusion lac She carried a white Bible covert by white orchids ..with sat: ilrearriers. The matron .of honor wore royal blue lace dress with mate! ing accessories and a pink rosebu corsage. Mrs. Tasker wore a dress suit o navy, blue dupionni silk shantun; navy and white accessories and lybrid orchid corsage. After the wedding a receptio was held at the DeLuxe Restau rant, Westernport. The table were arranged with white candle md miniature white pompon bou quets. The three-tiered weddin cake was topped with a miniatur jride and bridegroom. A 1953 graduate of Bruce Hig School,- Mrs. Yoder is employe jy the Army at-Fort Meade. Sfc Yoder, a graduate of Graylin (Mich. High School, is slalione at Fort Meade. For their wedding trip to Mich gan the bride selected, a brow 'all suit, beige accessories an ier orchid corsage. Sfc. and Mrs. Yoder are residin, n Laurel. ,asl-Lap Trouble HOUSTON, Tex. ' B) — Mrs losella Werlin was finishing up 10,000-mile tour of Old Worl countries when she landed at th airport here. • Coming down th gangway, she missed a step prained an ankle. And after al hat hill climbing without a mis ,ap, she moaned. P B CONTAINS DARVYL See Our Window To See Why The Place To Buy WALLPAPER AND SAVE IS WEBSTER'S WALL.PAPER & PAINT 4M N. CENTRE ST. (SINCE 1W7) John M. Weisenmiller Will Wed Miss Morrison '..U- "I'l, Mr. and Mrs. Jo?ej>h Morrison; .if Waltham, Mass., have announced the engagement of their laughter, Mary Elizabeth, to John ,[. Weiseninillcr, son of Mr. and ilrs. Paul C. Wciscnmiller, 532 Vorth Centre Street, Cumberland. Miss Morrison is employed with the wedding. fe '. " HTl the Maryland Casualty Company in> Boston. .; .' '•"•'. Mr. Wciscnmiller is stationed on" the USS Worcester at the Boston Naval Shipyard.' • . . •• , J |' November 26 is Hie dale set fop, DON'T MISS THE BIG NEWS IN WEDNESDAY EVENING TIMES ABOUT "CITY'S" SPOT CASH SALE! IT'S UNHERALDED IN THE HISTORY OF CUMBERLAND. ANNA MARIA AlBERGHETTI Co.Jloirm, In "THE LAST COMMAND" ,1 loiwutl BREAD TWINS ARE HERE! * YOU CAN ENJOY BOTH THE LIGHT AND DARK IOAF Specially created for dieterj, these two nutrilioui Hollywood Breads will add a distinctive, delicious flavor to dull and drab diets. Try one of these losle templing loaves . . . either Ihe light or the Dork . . . you and your family will find every bile a deliqht, BAKED BY THE SCHMIDTS Undll (ic«nl» b| Nlliorul Bmri SltWdL Sale.. WOMEN'S DRESS PUMPS Red and Black $3.92 $4.90 Values to $10.98 Men's Oxfords Blue Suedes Crepe Soles Values $9.95 & $10.95 Brown Oxfords Some Loafers Included Values $8.95 & $9.95 Childrens Shoes Brown or White $ *> Q2. Values 5.95 & 6.50 * t* * No Exchanges — No Refunds — No Lay-Awayi BALTIMORE ST. Martin's \] Has the :• Classic i! Knit For Brodlty iryUd thii itmpli ond daiiie dttigrt with rack . trim mid dolman 1*1-in sl««vtt, t«pH- voting j«w«| ntcMInt, new fabric combining wool thtnillt and •?• Ion. Youri In t>«!gt f gold, r«d, turquoti*, rut* T' J : ( tat and charcoal. 10 lo 111 $29.98 H-H-H I'J

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