Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 28, 1955
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SIX Fashion Shoiv New Members To Be Guests AAUW Models Chosen . ,. 'A lea honoring new members of| imcd for the Ihe Frostburg - Georges Creek . Branch of the American have been nam ..Onooson Hose bn'° Novemb r 2 al Fort «<>n of University Women will be S "5 rir ct^se m* '- pivcn by the branch Sunday - .1 the .als,.wlll be Featured and Miss Constance Hostic, one of the fashion consultants of the Cclanese Corporation of America, New York; will be the commentator. The style show is being presented as a benefit for Memorial and Sacred Heart Hospitals. Mrs. Royce Hodges is chairman for Memorial and Mrs. Anthony Sacli, chairman for Sacred Heart. Models will be Miss Shelby WlltJ Miss Rosemary Wolring, Miss Ann Holmes, Miss Jeneanne Murray, Miss Deirdre Wilson, Miss Judy Bennett, Miss Joan Nichols, Miss Barbara Martin, Miss Betty Hill, Miss JoAnn Carpenli, Miss Sandra Deremcr. Miss Margaret Davis, .Miss Lome Saeli, Mrs. .Jack Cotton and Miss Ellen McKenzie. Mrs. Miles Thompson Jr., Mrs. Jack Moore, Miss Wanda Lee Hanks, Mrs. Mae Richardson. Miss Barbara Ossip, Miss Isabelle Helmstetter, Miss Doris Sanner, Mrs. AHeine Courtney and Mrs. HcNiff. Mary Children models will be Amanda Wilson, Susan Porter and Mary sented by a trio composed of Miss Ann Hiner. Background music will be pre- EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MI), FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1955 Dial PA.2.4600 for a • WAK,'f. AD homc of Mrs. Robert Bittncr Standisli Street, Frostburg, from 2 to 4 p. m. New members will be honor guests and prospective members arc welcome to attend. The honor guests are Hrs.'Wil Ham Thompson, Miss Agnes Lnughlen, Miss Nellie Kooken Miss Mary Hsnna. Mrs. Vernon Sleggers, "Mrs. Catherine McGib oney. Mrs. C. A. Beck, Miss Catli crine Goldsworthy, Mrs. Foster Reed, Miss Margaret Jonps, Mrs Sidney Green and Mrs. Harry Baker. All members of the branch will be hostesses. American Legion Unit 136 Ridgelcy, will hold a spaghetti supper at the Post Home tomor row from 5 to 8:30.p. m. A mas querade dance will follow at 9 The commit tee is comprised ol Mesdames Lillian Duer, But! T a b 1 e r, Virginia Zimmerman, Elsie Leighly and Esla Bowers, president. Veterans of Foreign Wars, voted Parade, November 11 donations to' the ^National V.F.W. 3ancer Fund arirAho local Muscu- ar Dystrophy Fund, at the meeting Tuesday night at the Post held. Mrs. Reiber was named Rebecca Dantzic, Wilton Syckes and Kenneth Shaffer. THE COMMUNITY BAKING CO. SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE! All-Weatlier Coats . WITH MATCHING HATS These cauls are water repellent and many arc jully. lined with "Temp-resisto" jar added warmth. ' Checks, Plaids, Tweeds, Corduroys, 'Flannels . . . sizes 8-18. ' MADE TO SELL REGULARLY FOR 25.00 . . . LAZARUS - MAIN FLOO1I Sumo.- Mrs. Mary Moore presided. Mrs. Ruth Jane Watson reported oh the sick and hospitalized members, and Mrs. Elizabeth Nave, welfare chairman, who gave a re- jort on the progress of plans for .he Christmas party to be held in conjunction with tht Post for underprivileged children. An invitation was accepted to Elks Holding Dance Tomorrow Night Cumberland Lodge 63, B.P.O. Elks, will hold a masquerade dance tomorrow night in the Rainbow room from 9:30 to 12:30 with Don Scalletta's Orchestra playing. Prizes will be awarded for costumes but it is not necessary for guests to wear masquerade attire. Events Briefly Noted The International Relations Group of Cumberland Branch, AAUW, will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Veronica Schleifman, .211 Washington Street.. Miss Margaret Baker will lead the panel. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet tonight at 7:30 p. m. at Junior Order Hall. A plate lunch will follow. •The DeMolay Mothers Club will hold a rummage sale tomorrow at 10 a. m. at the Canada Hose House. Mrs. Robert Goldfine is chairman. The weekly round and square dance, sponsored by the Bedford Road Fire Company will be held tomorrow at the fire hall. A rummage sale will be held tomorrow at 10 a. m. at 417 Virginia Avenue • under the sponsorship of the WSCS of Melvin Methodist Church. The Newcomer:* Club will hold a i-Ialloween dance tonight at the Bowling Green Fire. Hall. The Cumberland Country Club ,vill hold a dance tomorrow night, :rom 9:30 to 12:30. Miss Elenora Harvey, "208 West Third Street, is improving at Memorial Hospital following surgery. Walter L. Capel. son of Mrs. .ouise Cochran, Harrison Street, s a patient in James Lawrence Kerman Hospital, Baltimore. Mrs. Marie Daum, 510 Decatur itreet, has returned home from Sacred Heart Hospital. Melvin WSCS will have a rummage sale tomorrow at 10 a. m. at 417 Virginia Avenue. ATTEND GRAND VISITATION—Officers of the Grand Chapter of Maryland, Order of Eastern Star, were'guests of McKinley Chapter 12, at the annual visitation ceremonies recently at Masonic Temple. Grand officers and officers of the .host chapter, left to right, in tiie first row are Harry B. Shobe, acting associate patron; Miss Virginia P. Koegel, worthy' matron of McKinley; Leighton E. Harrell, Towson, worthy grand patron; Mrs. Leona E. Harrell, Hyattsville, worthy, grand matron; Tliomas W. Williams, worthy patron of McKinley; Mrs. Dorothy Ringler, associate worthy matron. Local chapter officers in the second row, left to right, are Mrs. Rose Kautz, Mr?. Mary Settle, Miss Ruth Cormvell, Mrs. Ethel Lawyer; Mrs. Stella Twigg and Mrs. Effa Burdett; third row, Mrs. Betty Gross, Mrs. Wilma Bradficld, Mrs. Rebecca A. Duff. Miss Margaret Beck, Mrs. Lois Brant, Mrs. Mary Paulman and Miss Mildred Beck. McKinley Chapter, OES, Marks Annual Grand Visitation McKinley Chapter 12, O.E.S., ob served its annual Grand Visitation and fifty-fourth anniversary of thi institution of the chapter a recen evening in Masonic Temple. Miss Virginia P. Koegle, worthy matron and Thomas W. Williams, worthy patron, presided. A Flag ceremony was present ed during the formal opening will Mrs. Mary Orlick, as Peace, am Mrs. Elizabeth Rizer and Mrs Louise Krapf representing Service Mrs. Leona S. Twele, worth) grand matron, and Leighton E Harrell, worthy grand patron, were received, accompanied by the fol lowing Grand officers: R. Edgar Bennett, associate grand patron Dr. Harold Webb, grand trustee Mrs. Viola E. Curry, grand chap lain; Mrs. Elizabeth M. Bach grand marshal; Mrs. Anita War wick, grand ruth; Mrs. Hilda E Buck, grand esther; Mrs. A. Edna Murray, grand warder; and Wil iam T. Schmuff, grand sentinel. Past Grand Matrons Anna Yea. *er, -Minnie Hopple, Pearl Boorc. Bessie Baird, Nyna Fey and Past Jrand Patrons Paul Crum ant Harold Webb made the visit along with the grand officers. A pageant, "The Plains Peace," was presenled in their lonor. Mrs. Edna Earl Mobus por trayed the Pilgrim; Miss Helen Cherry, truth; Mrs. Dorothy Corn well, industry; Mrs. Georgia Men ges, courage; Mrs. Elaine Pyle 'aith; and Mrs. Ethel Askey, love, Mrs. Rosalie Shobe was Interpret, err Mrs. Stella Twigg, soloist, and Mrs. Ethel Lawyer, organist. The arm bouquet of flowers gatherec during the pageant was presentee to the worthy grano matron. The chapter recessed for a ban quet served in the Assembly Hal SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE! Wool Jersey Dresses We have photographed just one oj many styles . . . all 100% wool jersey and smartly slyled by Vfestover, one of America's foremost manufacturers. Gorgeous Autumn colors .. . Purple, Toast, Bciac, Red, Blue, Stone Blue, Navy, and Black. reg. 77.95 values/ Sites 10 - 20 22'/, Main Floor Dance Scheduled By Tall Cedars The first social event of the season will be held tomorrow nighl >y Algonquin Forest 140, Tall Cedars of Lebanon at the Ali Char. City Club with the dance and is ipen to members and their friends, rhe Aristocrats will play from ( o 12. Richard Kauffman, grand tall cedar, will welcome visitors during :he intermission and award gifts, Roy W. Yutzy and Lloyd R, Cornwall are cochairmen of arrangements. Just Received:— 8 New Patterns In Famous "Pierre" HAND-CRAFTED SHOES - WOMEN WEBB'S 57 BALTIMORE ST. BOO-Ot • SUITS • MASKS • NOVELTIES • NATIONAL STORES 16-18 WINEOW ST. 425 VIRGINIA AYE. Past Councilors Club 2, Pride of Allegany Council 110, Daughters of America, met at the home of Mrs. Agnos Cox, 518 Maryland Avenue, a recent evening .with Mrs. Cha'rlotte Shaffer hostess. Mrs. Cox presided at the business session and the scripture lesson was read by Mrs. Pearl Payne. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Anna D,awson, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Marie Lear and . Mrs. Anneta Fradiska. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Cox on Novem- honored ber 16, when final arrangements will be made for the Christmas by the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Pleasant Grove Methodist Church. The evening session Miss.Nyna Fey, charter member of McKinlej Chapter and past banquet December 15. grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Maryland, and the past matrons and past patrons of Kinley Chapter. A program. "Tree and Stars Reflection," was presented by Mrs. Vivian Carnell, Mrs. Ethel Askey, Mrs. Dorothy Ringler, Mrs. Mildred Beck, Mrs. Rebecca Duff, Miss Margaret Beck, Mrs. Stella Twigg, Mrs. Mary Settle, Mrs.. Wilma. Bradfield, Mrs. M*ary Paulman, Mrs. Lois Brant, Mrs. Rose Kautz, Miss Virginia Koegel, and Thomas Williams. During the ceremony the past matrons and past patrons were escorted to the pool to receive gifts from the chapter, and to see their reflection. A reception and social hour was leld in (he Assembly Hall at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Re- ;ina Koegel, Mrs. Agnes Baker, Mrs. Anna Hartman, Mrs, Marie Arve, Mrs. Mabel Squires, Mrs. Florence Sutton, Mrs. Elizabeth Koch, and Mrs. Lillian Miller were in charge.of decorations and refreshments. D. Of A. Group Has Meeting At Cox Home Brother Nicholas, member of LaSalle High School faculty, will be the speaker at the communion breakfast of the LaSalle Mothers' Club Sunday. They will receive communion at the 8:30 mass at St. Patrick's Catholic Church with the breakfast following in the Social Center. PRE-TEEN Dresses and Skirts COATS and COAT SETS FOR TOTSiTO TEENS LILLIAN'S GIRL SHOP 64 Baltimore St. VF V Unit Votes Donations ''Henry HartWt Auxiliary 1411. participate in the Veterans Day chairman. A special prize was won by Mri. Reiber. At the next meeting November 8, a pie social MRS. G. HARTMAN, Washington, D. C., iwyi : "St. Joseph Acptrio For* Children is to tuj. to live. My child lilti the orange flavor. I'm mrt of tccurntfl done*:" ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN a sparkling new fashion shop dedicated to smart women . . . and children everywhere Open iny Soon. COME SEE GORHAMS YOUNG AMERICA'S NEW NO. 1 CHOICE IN STERLING This is the sterling design that thousands-of young women recently previewed in cities all across the country—and gave it overwhelming acclaim from Boston to New York lo Kansas to California. In side-by-side comparison with leading patterns in American sterling, "Coleste" was picked as the most beautiful sterling ever designed—as the one pattern they knew they wanted. And because "Celeste" is a Gorham pattern, its beauty reflects the skills of master craftsmen in all, the splendor of the early American tradition. Have you seen'"Celeste"? fitnrler (caspoon $150 Fed. Tax Inc. Six-piece place- tdting — plnco knife and fork, place spoon, (eanpoon. salad forki hollow-handle spreader or buffet knife — »35.0fl Fed. Tax Jnc. ' _ ' <Th« Gorhftm Sterling Vnlf« handle \n made from n ulnfile neamtctt silver tube — not two halves lohlcret] together. It li rtcnl-renlstint and rattle-proof). Oilier (torliflm Sterling pnllcrnn from • $30.73 up (or •Ix-plcc* place-selling, Fed, TAX Inc. fcltt

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