Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 26, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 26, 1955
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BVKNING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. Ml)., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Takjtr Neivcomers ffo Hold Card -11 ' i T ' 7 * srarfy i onight fi The Newcomers Club will hold ^ its weekly bridge and canasta par £| ty Jonighl at the Girl Scout House 1 Members arc to bring donations U for the rummage sale or contact 3 Mrs. Wayne du Bryne or Mrs •a Richard Guesser, who will see thai ~ items are collected. The rummage H sale will be held November 5. • l A Halloween dance will be held 3 Saturday at the Bowling Green 4 Fire Hall. There will be dancing 2 ga^es and prizes, and refresh •* Hunts will be served. Blue jeans 2 and sport shirts aru to be worn, n The dance committee is com*'• posed of Mr. and Mrs. Josepl: 2 Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J] Skurzinski, Mrs. Ann Bolt and -Mrs. •^Gordon Sutherland. it pays to shop at warhaft's . .. for • KIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS •- • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS 79 North Centre St. Ladies Shrine Club Plans Anniversary Dinner Nov. 22 Plans for the anniversary din ncr were discussed at the meeting last night of the Ladies Shrim Club at Masonic Temple. Mrs Rebecca Duff presided. The dinner will be held Tuesday November 22, at 6:30 p. in. at 111' All Ghan Slirinc Country Club Mrs. Frances Shafferman wa: named chairman. It was an nounccd that members will b contacted by cards. Following the business session cards were played. Prizes wer awarded to Mrs. Margaret 1 Wil and Mrs. Laura Robinson, bridge Mrs. Mary Pollock and Mrs. Mi: dred McDaniel, SCO; Mrs. F. E Deffinbaugh and Mrs. Verdi Grubb, dominoes, and 'Mrs. Marj Butler and Mrs. Mary Alice Mill holland. canasta. A special priz was won by Mrs. Martha Douglas Refreshments were served will Mrs. Loretta Haus hostess. Shi was assisted by Mrs. Mary Koontz Mrs. Mary Pollock, Mrs. Evelyn Coberly, Mrs. Anna Uhl and Mrs Clara Shank. Chapter 914, Women of th Moose, will hold a short busines meeting at 6:30 p. m. tomorrow After the'meeting the chapter wil go to Frostburg by chartered bus Members wishing to go are to b at the Moose Home at 6:30. I on NOXZEMA! i'J-This generous offer made to in- .'ytroduce you to NOXZEMA's new v Beauty care —actually 3 ways '''^better for your skin! "^I«Cleans thoroughly like soap— ,».<but doesn't dry skin. It's grease""'less, washes off with water I •'"'•2. Softens ss only a cream can .. — but it's not greasy or sticky, r;'$oesn't clog pores. ;_'-'3. Noxzema is medicated— helps heal blemishes*, clear skin, pro- .tect it from future blemishes*! You'll see results so fasti For a naturally beautiful complexion—cleaner, smoother, clearer—try Noxzema! Right now, /or a limited time only, you can get the big SI size for only G9t plus tax! At any drug or cosmetic counter. 01955 Noxiema Chemical Company *cxtomally-cau!ted S. T. LITTLE Presents the newest in STERLING STEftUNO BY LUNT IMS K!W MODEIN rATtUN WITH ACCENT ON BtAUTY Here, captured for your gracious way of living, is sophisticated simplicity...enriched with a touch of loveliness... the touch which places an accent on beauty. USE OUR CLUB PLAN AND PAY AS LITTLE AS SI.00 EACH WEEK Jenks-Frost Wedding Held In Baltimore Mrs. Lola Frost, daughter of Mrs. Harry Castle, Braddock Road, and Joseph Jenks, son of .Mrs. Daniel Jenks, Holyoke, Mass., were married in a double ring ceremony October 15 in Central Summerfield M e t h o d i st Church, Baltimore. Rev. Melvin Griffin officiated. • The bride wore a copen blue Mrs. Wolford Installed As Queen Esther Mrs. Charlotte Wolford was installed as Queen Esther by Star of the Hast Sisterhood til, Dames of Malta, at a recent meeting at Junior. Order Hall. .Mrs. Viola ludson, sovcrign deputy, was in charge ot the installation with Mrs. Lucille Bartlett officiating. Other officers installed were Mrs. Nannie Klein, protector; Mis Helen Kcady, Ruth; Miss Betty Benford, Naomi; Mrs.,Ruth Sisk, herald; Mrs. Grace Murray, deputy herald, Mrs. Ada Keady, keeper of archives; Mrs. Virginia Twigg, assistant keeper of archives; Mrs. Anna. Twigg, purser; suit with navy blue accessories Mrs. Ruth Pfiffer,- first color bear- and a corsage of orchids. "Mrs. Dorothy 'Roberson, sister- in-law of the bride, who was matron of honor wore a pink floral :lrcss with black accessories and i corsage of while rosebuds. Wilbert Roberson Jr., brother of the bride, served as best man. Mrs. Castle, mother of the bride, was attired in a navy blue flannel dress with matching accessories and, wore a corsage of pink rosebuds. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Roberson Jr., Rockville. Mrs. "Jenks is a graduate of Beall High School, Frostburg, and attended Sacred: Heart School of Nursing. She has been employed in Baltimore the past six years. Mr. Jenks,' 'a graduate electrical engineer, is employed with West- ihghouse in Baltimore. • Following their • brief wedding trip to New York. the couple is residing in Baltimore. , Events Briefly Noted er; Mrs. Ellen Matthews, second color bearer; Mrs. Cora Whisner, r irst messenger; Mrs. Florence Poorbaugh, -second messenger Mrs. Martha Baker, first guard Mrs. Agnes Henslcy, second guard; Mrs. Sadie Durst, 18 month :rustee; Mrs. Bessie Hare, pianist; Mrs. Lucille Bartlett, funeral cap tain; .Mrs. Lena Humphreys, cap .ain of the Ruth degree, and Mrs Mable Wade, captain of the Esther degree. Protectors assisting were Mrs, Florence Weires, Mrs. Euth Meyers, Mrs. Alice Trout, Mrs. Elizabeth Foster, Mrs. Eva Kave, Mrs. Flossie Lantz, Mrs. Mabel Browning, Mrs. Sarah Lighty, Mrs. Eva Mutch, Mrs. Hazel Hardy, Mrs. Anna Ferguson, Mrs. Edyth Null, Mrs. Daisy Smith, Mrs. Lena Humphreys, Mrs. -Marie Wagner, Mrs. Hallie Spangler, Mrs. Elsie Lehr and Mrs. Mabel Wade, color bearers; Mrs. Hazel Zembower and Eva Brinkman, flower girls; honor; Mrs. Lucretia Emerick crown bearer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Emerick and her committee. The queen, was pre sent gifts by relatives. E'er Chayim Sisterhood will holt a rummage sale tomorrow from 2 to 8 p. m. in the vestry room, Union Street. The Cresaptown .Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary will hold chicken supper at the fire hal] Saturday at 5 p.' m. The American Home Group ol the Woman's Civic Club will incel tomorrow at the home of Miss Street. Miss Mary Walsh will present a book review at the meeting of the Civinette Club at 8 tomorrow night at Central YMCA. Local Women Will Attend College Event Two members of the Cumber and Sub-League of the General Voman's League of Gettysburg College will attend the annual con- 'ention at the college, November 3 and 4. They arc Mrs. C. C. De- faven, St. Luke's Church, and ills'. H. C. Utlerback, past presi- lent of the Allegany County Sub- jCague and member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Dr. Seymour Dunn, newly elected dean of the college, and Dr. Robert Fortenbaugh,. of the His- :ory Department, will be among .he speakers. • Rev. Dr. L. Ralph Tabor, pastor of "the First English Lutheran Church, Baltimore, will speak at the banquet. The Sisterhood of B'er Chayim Temple is holding a RUMMAGE SALE Thursday, Oct. 27th FROM 2 TO 8 P. M. At Their Vestry Room Cor. Centre and Union Sts. This advertisement courtesy of Hub Army and Navy Sales Co. Mrs. Myrtle Browning, maid of Lawrence Mallery Sr., Oldtown Award Prizes For Costumes At CCC Dance Many prizes were awarded at the Halloween masquerade dance Elizabeth Lowndes, "^"Washington sP™sored by the Playground Association of the Cumberland Coun try Club a recent night at the club. Approximately 75 couples attended. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harris won first prize for the most authentic costumes. They were dressed as East Indians. Second prize in the category was awarded to Mrs. Robert Mayott and Mrs. Leonard Schwab. In the funniest costume category first prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Renz, dressed to represent the ad, "f Dreamed 1 Dressed." Second prize was won by Mrs. Mary Hess, of Keyser, who was dressed as a flappef. the most original award was won by Leonard Schwab and Harold Waingold, dressed as babies. Second prize was awarded to a jroup representing a troop of Boy Jcouts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sauer, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jacobson, Ur. and Mrs. Marvin Kaplon and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marx. The best couple costume award was won by Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Richardson, as an organ grinder and monkey, and the second prize was won by Miss Nancy Smith and Glenn Beall Jr. A special prize was won by Mortimer Peskin Jr. Halloween decorations consisted of pumpkins, witches and corn- shocks. Music was by Art Shafer's Orchestra. Judges for the costumes were Theodore Foote; Mrs. Lawrence Kahn and Mrs. L. E. Erickson. The committee of arrangements consisted of Mrs. John Cupler II, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. James Hallinan, Mrs.. Howard Carolan and Mrs. John MacVeigh. The Alice Moore Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. L'arl Gauntz, 6 West View Terrace. Stale Convention Delegates Named The United Democratic Women of Alleguny County held a meeting at Central YMCA recently to elect delegates to the state convention November 9 and 10 at tho Emerson Hotel, Baltimore. Mrs. Marshall Twigg and Mrs. Jim McQuown were elected delegates, and Mrs. Nora C. Fleming arid Mrs. Alice Sriiall alternates. The convention will conclude with a dinner dance. The Ladies Club of St. Ambrose Church will nieet tonight at the home of Mrs. John Woolard, McMullen Highway, at 7 o'clock. A Leadership Training School will be held at LaVale Methodist Church tonight at 7 o'clock. |I.chr, president. MISS ROENA APPEL Roena Appel To Be Bride Of Lawrence Mallery. Jr., Friday The marriage of Miss Roena Ap pel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Appel, Oldtown, and Lawrence Mallery Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs will take place Friday in a cere mony to be solemnized in the parsonage of the Lanham, Md., Methodist Church. Rev. Louis Younge will officiate. Miss Appel, a graduate of Old town High School, Class of 1955, is employed by the Union Trust Company, Baltimore. Mr. Mallery attended Bladensburg High School and is employee by the Crisp Garage in Lanham. Dorcas Class Has Election The Dorcas Bible Class of Emmanuel Methodist Church reelected Airs. Alice Trout president for the coming year at the meeting a recent night in the parsonage. Mrs. Dora Richards was elected vice • president; Mrs. Cecelia Kreiger, secretary, and Mrs. Bessie Keller, treasurer. Refreshments were served following the meeting by the hostess, Mrs. Dorothy Grove. The next meeting will be in the social hall of the church. Others attending were Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Grove, Mrs. Annie Walker, Mrs. Grace Grey, Mrs. Ada Parker, Mrs. Florence Taylor, Mrs: Laura Smith, Mrs. Annie Zimmcrly, Mrs. Mary Maphis, Mrs. Florence Crites; Mrs. 'Annie Johnson, Mrs. Agnes Smith, John, Glenn, Sandra and Lemuel and Dennis Grove. Cumberland Chapter Bazaar Opens Tomorrow Cumberland Chapter 56, Order ol Eastern Star, will open its annual bazaar tomorrow evening with a turkey dinner at the Masonic Temple. Square dancing will follow from 8 until 11 with music by Charlie Kort's Orchestra.' There will be the usual booths, country store and fish pond. Tho Woman's Sport Club will hold a dinner and Halloween party tomorrow at Happy Hills Restaurant. AMEHICA'S NO. 1 BEAUTY AUTHORITY JAYJi I <5 >b. '-Watch your weight i y " "' and like, it with I delicious high-protein, low-calorie special formula WHITE BREAD" "Lite Diet Bread is a superb nutritional and energy food for stay slim diets," says Anita Colby. "Eat it with and between meals to resist ovcrcating.Two slices contain less calorics than tho average appl;." NO ADDED SUGAR, FATS OR OTHER SHORTENING I Bakers of CRT'S SOF-SPUN , BREAD . foif/no I Belter Tootling f, Kll baf worn One Spray of Colgate's MW FlorUnt insUint-action Air Deodorant quickly kills un- plcnsant household odors — cooking, smoking, bathroom, pets, musty, closets, baby'* room, nnd sick room. So get new Floriont today at your grocery or drug store. XMther DtpmltMt Mf it« Prafcct Personal* Mrs. Matilda Swisher, 316 Paca Street, is a medical patient at Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Raymond Lowery, LaVale, is improving in Memorial Hospital. Frank Dumas, Fayette Street, underwent an emergency appen^ dectomy yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital. j Sale ... . i Beautiful Orion | Slip-over | Sweaters | Colors: Pink, White, ?i Orange, Green, Yellow Q QO V.30 30J/2 N. Centre St. PA 4-0980 Club Changes,. Meeting Date'• T h e Borrelvlllc - Weilersburg Homemakers Club changed JU regular meeting dale to the secopd Wednesday of each month. Instead of the second Friday at a recent meeting in the church hall ;in Barrelville. ' ' ' -J'Q The meeting opened with (he singing of "Faith of Our Fathers," hymn of the month. Poems for October, were 'read by Mrs. C. A. a jparkling net* fathion ihop dtdicattd smart uiomtn . everywhere opening soon ... s I . . . only ai —if you're come down to earth fashionably in bobbed- heel ... Red ... Brown Gray & Black Brown and Beige Multi Color* AAAA to C • to size 10 Flat and cuban heels Handbags to match Good news for tall girls — the low heel is high fashion! Now you can subtract inches from your height — add style to your whole wardrobe with mid-low Shenanigans. And they're kitten soft, flexing easily as a glove with every step. f ' £JR.v«wi

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