Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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EIGHT EVENING TIMBS, CUMBERLAND, MD.j THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1955.: Dial PA^-4600 for a WANT AD Taktr Lambda Chapter, BSP, Plans Christmas Party For Dee. 13 -Lambda 'chapter of Ilic Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held its bimonthly meeting Tuesday ai the home of Miss Mildred Blades. 919 Grand Avenue. The regular business meeting was followed by a mode! meeting. Mrs. Sara Rank- presided at the business meeting. Plans were made to hold the annual Christmas party in the form of' a dinner at the Clary Club, December 13. The model meeting was held with Mrs. Dorotha Hare, vice president, in charge. All duties and the meaning of the sorority were given. Taking part were Mrs. Dank, president;- Mrs. Hare,' Mrs. Betty Rns:.. wording secretary; Mrs. Lois Nickle. treasurer; Miss Mildred Blades, extension officer; Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ruth Wood, program chairman; Mrs. Betty Green, social; Mrs. Jan Wright ways mid means; and Mrs. LaVonne Young, social sponsor. Miss Erma llarshbarger read the bvMaws of Beta Sigma "Phi: Mrs. Mary Frances Marlirano, purpose and scope of the chapter; Mrs. N'orma Emcrick, qualifications Cur membership, and Mrs. Jean Green, traditions, of the sorority. Mrs. Hare played a record sent from Walter W. Ross, founder of Beta Sigma Phi, saluting the chapter for its work. This is the twenty-fifth anniversary of Beta Sigma Phi. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Rank, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Nickle. The next meeting will be jit the home of Mrs. Lewis, 220'Harrison Street. November 8. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! SALE Sizes.4 - 4'/ 2 - 5 Only SAMPIE SHOES Values to 7«99 97 every color end mateciol hundreds,ot pairs btrt only one of •aeh kind Sample Size Casuals and Play Shoes Sizes 4-- 4Vi - 5 'values to $6.00 V|97 135 Baltimore St. A TREAT FOR THE TRICKSTERS! -AND- HALLOWE'EN PARTIES GENUINE GWALTNEY'S SMITHFIELD HAMS IB. 99c — MASON'S JUG STORES— * 219 GREENE ST. * 239 WILLIAMS ST. if 1120 Virginia Ave.-Lacey Mkt, OPEN DAILY and SUNDAYS Mrs. Gardner Heads Branch Presbyterial The Western Maryland Branch f the Baltimore Presbyleiial elect cd and installed .Meets at the fall ncotlng In the First Presbyterian Church here Tuesday. Mrs. Frances Richardson officiated al ho installation. Mrs..-George Gardner, Lonaconing, was elected chairman | Mrs Francis Trimble, Barrelville, vice chairman; and Mrs. Leslc| Mai tin, Froslburg, secrelary-tneasurci It was decided to hold the spring meeting at Soulhminster Church A greeting was extended by Mrs W. A. Brill. Devolionals were conducted by Miss Eleanor Cuibertson, Lonaconing. and Mrs. Albert Ileacox, First Church, sang "Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled." Reports ot each society were given by. Mrs. Gardner, Lonaconing Mrs. Frederick Crowe, Frostburg Mrs. Ellen Wilson, Barton; Mrs Brilt; First; Mrs. Lloyd Fleegle : Soulhminsler; and Mrs. Trimble Barrelville. Mrs. Richardson gave Hie report on the Baltimore Pres byterial. Mrs. Alice Wheeler, president of e Baltimore Presbyterial, was the speaker following a luncheon served by the Eiseubcrger-Branni- gan Circle. Mrs. Wheeler, who stopped at the Indian missions on her 'return trip from the West Coast last summer, told of the mission slations and illustrated her talk with.slides. ..An offering was taken .for the contingent fund to send speakers and literature to different places. Approximately 92 members attended. . . Ciu$25PlansHalloween Fete ."Club 25".fill hold a Halloween masquerade Sance aiid party Friday night 'at Young's Restaurant, Bedfo.fd Road.'-.''J •.";-•;•!. •!• ;i v •Prizes for costumes a'hd.gamcs rill be. given;.- The Halloween heme will be carried out in the •efreshmcnls. • ,, .\ ' •';:. -. Kenneth R. Shafer, president, ihd Mrs. §hafef;,Mr. and Mrs. 3yron. Kight, -Mr, -and Mrs.-John McCartney .and.Mr.;arid ; Mrs. Leo of the Wilson comprise the" committee. Mr. and Mrs. Mefwin Osborne, of -: Pawling, N. .Y., are guests o! ilr.- and Mrs.:-Vern'oh'Lillery Rawl- ngs, .and Mr:: arid Mrs.-' Clifton Liller, Oak Street,,'-:.' ;,;',. '' Mrs. James Burke, 234 Columbia Street, is sefiously ill at home. The zone pn either- side of the :rade winds, where calms of long duration, prevail,- is'.known as the 'belt of calms." - "•' ' . MARK WEDDING ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs. Peter Conroy observed their golden wedding anniversary recently al their home in LaVale: They were married in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg, October 19, 1905. Mrs. Conroy is the former Miss Ellen McMullen, Pittsburgh, Mr. Conroy, a retired conductor for tiie C. & P.' Railroad, is a native of Frostburg. Their three children are Mi's.'-J..M. Williamson, LaVale;. Mrs. Joseph M. Ambelas, Staten Island, N. Y., and J. L. Conroy, Detroit. Fashion Shoiv Will Be Given November 2 ' Members of the Memorfal Hospital Auxiliary discussed plans for the "Opulent Look" fashion show, to be presented .November .2 at'8 p. m. at the Fort Hill High-School auditorium. by Rosenbaum's, at a luncheon meeting this week at the Cumberland Country Club. Mrs.' Simon Rosenbaum. . 2nd, presided and Mrs. Hoyce. Hodges reported on the ticket, sale. The show is being presented by 'Rosen baum's as a benefit for both Me-* morial and Sacred TIeart Hospital, and the Auxiliary decided to use its share of the proceeds to buy lamps for the rooms of student nurses. Mrs. Gladys Brooks spoke on the duties of the volunteer service and appealed for more help for Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a. m. to noon..MrSi.?uilton Bernstein, chairman of the service, may be contacted by anyone interested in assisting. Mrs. Douglas Smith reported on surgical dressings, Mrs/ James Bishop, announced a year, scholarship for advanced nursing, Mrs. John Moberly gave the budget report,, and Mrs. A. J. Mirkin, Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. William H. Ryan gave routine reports. Mrs. Edgar Kendall was chairman of arrangements for .the luncheon. Mary-Bender, Engaged To 3altimorean Mrs: -John Joseph. Bender, 401 Cumberland Street, has announced he engagement of her daughter, lary Anne, to Frank Cullen Woods , of Baltimore. The wedding ceremony will be olemnized in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Saturday, Novem- ier' 12, at 10 a. m. Rub a little salad oil in molds to be used for gelatin salads. This makes serving easier. The Biblical name of Job is from the Hebrew Tyyobh, which means "afflicted or persecuted." Marry Tunes llvb Meets The Merry Tunes Junior Music and Arts Club met a recent evening at the home of lisa Duke, LaVale, and topic for .the evening was "Stephen Foster And Other American Composers.'-' Piano selections were played by Betsy Black, Joy Stimmler, lisa Duke, Gordon Haines, Jean Paladino, Judith Ringler, David Whit- vorth and Ruth Preckel. Clarinet and trumpet solos were played by Ted Bennett and Geoffrey Milberg, respectively. The program vas under the direction of Mrs. toward Irwin. • . Plans for a Christmas program v e r e discussed. Refreshments vere served by the hostess. The Friendship .Bible Class of 'ark Place Methodist Church will wld .a. Halloween party tonight at 7:30 at the church.- The Goodwill-.Class of the Poto- mac'Park EUB Church will hold a costume Halloween party 'tomorrow at 7:30 p. m.-at the church. '• The Mary Martha Bible Class of Park Place Methodist Church will lOld a rummage sale in Centre Street Church basement Tuesday from 10 a. m. to 2 p.-m. Events Briefly Noted November 1 Deadline For Marl Friiit Cakes A; feature of "Ye Olde Village Mart," sponsored December 1 bj the First Presbyterian Church, will be homemade light fruit cakes baked by Mrs. A. H. Amick, project of the Eisenberger-Brannigan Circle. Mrs. Amick will continue to take orders until November 1. •A'o vice president of the United Stales ever has been assassinated, but seven have died in office. Population of (he. world has been figured at 2,620,000.000 in latest estimates. I •:•••.:- TT 11 ing nela In Lancaster tiaas-Biirkett the marriage of Miss Katherine M. Haas to Ralph E. Burkett, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Burkett, Potsdam, -N.'Y.'; has been announced by her parents, Mr.-and Mrs; -'.Frederick,. C. Haas, 62u'/-i Frederick: Street;. ' ' The .ceremony was performed October 15 in Lancaster, Pa. ' Mrs. Burkett, a graduate o: Allegany' High School, served 30 if months in the W.AC.during World War II. She-is'."employed in the Post -.Engineers office' at Fort Meade.. . : - •; ' o-v';'. ••• • Mr'. Burkett is employed as a construction manager .engineer in the- Baltimore District.-'Engmeers office, Fort'. Meade. , ••' . Mr. and,Mrs.'Burkett are re : siding near" Fort Mc'a'de. They will soon visit her parents here. : ATHLETE'S FOOT! UllRlMli FUN6I-REX FORD'S DRUGSTORES Cumberland and Frostburg just Received:— 8 New Patterns In Famous :• "Pierre" '••• HAND-CRAFTED iSHOES - WOMEN WEBB'S • 57 BALTIMORE ST. a sparkling new fashion shop dedicated to smart Women ... and children everywhere opening soon. P.B, CONTAINS DARVYL At SPEAR'S. .:. 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