EIGHT, EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, mu+ TUE5DAT, NOVEMBER 1, 1955 Dial PA.2.4600fora_WANT AP Mildred Reagan Entertained With Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss" Mildred Reagan was hon- ored'with a miscellaneous prenuptial shower a recent night at thai home of Mrs. William Farrell and Miss Martha Reagan, Mt. Savage. Miss Reagan, daughter of Mrs. Leona Reagan, Mt. Savage, and the: late Michael C. Reagan, will be married to Leslie J. Clark, son of Leslie E. Clark, Lonaconing, and the late Mrs. Annie Devlin Clark, this Saturday. The cere- jnohy will be solemnized in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Mt. Savage, with Rev. Edward J. Malloy, of St. Joseph's Church, Washington, cousin of the bride- elect, officiating. The gifts were arranged under a large yellow umbrella with pink and white streamers flowing from tliel chandelier. Fall flowers were ured in decorating the house. Guests were Mrs. Henry Mul- lanby, Mrs. Robert Schellhaus, Mrj;. Isabel Fair, Mrs. Charles Albright, Mrs. Homer Couter, Mrs. Thomas Neuman and Miss Elizabeth Straw, all of Cumberland, Miss Olive Wilderman, of Frostburg, and Miss Nancy Clark, of Lonaconing. Mrs. Joseph Reagan, Mrs. Anna FUNERAL FLOWERS Our 5,00 F . u asket BOPP'S FLOWERS N. liberty St. Ph. PA-2-4330 Marie Williams, Mrs. Joseph Reagan Jr., Mrs. Mary Thompson, Miss Phyllis Folk, Mrs. Thomas Stephens, Mrs. Robert Farrell, Miss Mary Murray, Miss Nellie Tansey, Mrs. Wilbert Logsdon, Mrs. John McGann, Mrs. Walter Meade, Mrs. Alma Brailer, Mrs. Winard Blank, Mrs. Joseph Robertson, Mrs. Ryan Farrell, Mrs. Joseph Malloy, Mrs. Leona Reagan, Miss Catherine Reagan, Miss : Jeanor Reagan, Miss Wlima Jean Poling, Mt. Savage. Mrs. Martin Feted On Birthday Mrs'. Vincent Martin was honored with a surprise birthday party Sunday by her cousins, Mrs. Pearl Eberly and Mrs. Murray Allen, at her home on Riehl Avenue. Games and vocal music were.the diversions during the evening, and refreshments wer^e served. Attending were Mrs. John Diffenbaugh, Mrs. DeSales Mcbermott, Mrs. Walter. Meade, Mrs. .Mary E. Blank, Miss' Mary Ann Blank, Mt. Savage; Mrs. John Collins, Mrs. James Kelley, Mrs. Howard King, Mrs. Frederick Barnard, Mrs. John Clancey, Mrs. William Nelson. Jr., : city; Mrsl.. Catherine Sweene, .Miss Lillian Pressman,Frostburg;. Mrs.! Cecelia .Martin and.Mary Anne Martin. • The .Queen Esther Bible Class of St. John's Lutheran' Church will hold a meeting tonight- at. 7:30 at the church. ' : •'••'-.' Ritual Banquet Honors New Beta Sigma Phi Group The Mrs. C. -L. Bretz Group will be hostess for the circuit meeting at 2 p.m. tomorrow at .the IOOF hall, Virginia Avenue. Circle 2 will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the youth room of Centre Street Methodist Church. 9.95 ; :-. Here's luxury—from : . ' %$"•'•:?".:'-. •.'... .'. heel to toe.-'and-iii the most ''^ : ;:.(!, ;.'-. .*••.- ':'•" stunning style ever to flatter a foot! '" See how beautifully Miracle-Tread brings '•* SUEDE into fashion focus as the number ^ •!; one "must" for the season ahead,'. . . ' 1 \ Advertised in GtAMOUR. LADIES' HOME JOURNAL SMART SHOES FOR GRACEFUL POISE JENDtH fvEET gl 137 Baltimore St. FORT HILL GROUP INDUCTS OFFICERS-^New officers of Alpha Tri-Hi-Y of Fort Hill High School were inducted at a recent meeting at''Central'YMCA to serve for the coming year. Left to right are Julianne Kelly; treasurer; Patricia• Kirchner,, historian; Miss Lillian C. Myers, advisor; Sharon Day, president; Virginia Lillard, vice president; Joan Garlitz, chaplain, and Marilyn Hitchcock, secretary. All are seniors this year at Fort Hill. A number of members attended the ceremony. . Beta Sigma Phi sorority recently held its annual banquet and ritual at the Ali' Ghan Shrine Country Club. Presidents and vice-presidents of the three chapters conducted the ceremony. They were Mrs. Do lores Hopwopd, Mrs. Imogene Hixson, Alpha Alpha chapter; Mrs. Sara Rank,-Lambda chapter; Mrs. Loretta Smith, substituting for Mrs. Estalene Shanholtzer, and Miss Shirley Sandsbury, Omicron chapter. Mrs. Dorothy Hare, City Council president, was toastmistress, and | Mrs. Loretta Smith spoke c .1 "What 'Beta Sigma Phi Means to Me." Yellow^ roses, the. Beta Sigma Phi flower, and small bud vases were given as favors. The six pledges received, were Mrs. Dorothy Poorbaugh, Alpha Alpha chapter, and Miss Frances Snoeberger, Miss Patricia Golden, Miss Helen Kerns, Miss Ellen Newnam and Mrs. Martha Van Horn. Omicron chapter. Following the dinner and ritual bunko bride was played and prizes awarded to Miss Helen Kreiling, Miss Patricia Golden, and Miss Betty Stegmaier. Mrs. Rank, social chairman, .was assisted by Miss Kreiling, Mrs. Hixson, Mrs. Dorotha Hare, and Misj Stansbury. The Woman's Association of the First Presbyterian Church will hold its annual stewardship meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in the junior room. Mrs. William A. Britt will preside, ^^^^^___ WortikDayOf Prdyer Will Be ..'• •* • . Marked Friday World •Community. Day will bej observed Friday by the.Cumber-! and Council of Church Women, and members will make -final arrangements at a. meeting Thursday at Zion Evangelical Reformed Church at 10 .a.m. Mrs. Arthur Scrogum will .-preside. The World Community Day sery- ce will' be held Friday .at Zion Church at 7:30 p.m. "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread," is the theme. Members are to bring clothing and. yard goods of denim f ahd sheeting to be . made. jnt.o work clothes for men and'boyS- .These will be sent overseas-through the New Windsor Church : World Service. Miss Margaret Baker will be the principal speaker, having as her topic, "The Success and Failure of the UN in the Last 10 Years." A pahtomine on the food and.agri culture organization of the UN will be presented with Miss LeAnnah Matthews as reader. The program will open with an organ prelude by Mrs. A. C. Emerick and will include call to worship by Mrs Scrogum; welcome by.Rev. R. A Faulds Jr., who also will give the benediction; ., scripture- by Mrs. John A/Lower; ajid a solo," "Trust in Him',"'• by Mrs.. Errierick with Miss Helen Mae Kreiling at the organ. '• -• , The committee of arrangements consists of Mrs. R. : A. Faulds, Jr., Mrs. Elmer Grove and Mrs. Henry Knieriem. Y Auxiliary To Meet Thursday The Central Y.M.C.A. Auxiliary will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m. with' Mrs. James R.;Smith and her new staff of officers. presiding for the first .time. Rev. B. F. Hartman will conduct the devotional. Mrs. John S. .Cook, social chairman, will be in charge of entertainment to/be given by/Fort Hill High School Harmonaires under the .direction of Harold Hanson. Helen Kaplon Married In Washington To Dr. Shultz A wedding of interest to relatives and friends here took' place in Vashington; recently when Miss lelen Kaplbn, daughter. of Mrs. Bessie Kaplon, Washington, and he late Abram Kaplon, was married to Dr. Meyer Shultz, son : of Mrs. Anna Shultz, Washington, and he late Mr. Shultz. The Kaplon family formerly resided in' Harpers Ferry,- W. Va., and is " well. known here, Mrs. Ihultz being a niece of Mrs. Samuel Kaplon. . The ceremony was performed at :he residence, of Rabbi Silverstone. Mrs. Frances Spindel, sister of the mde, and Bernie Shultz, brother of the bridegroom, were the attendants. . . •' A dinner was served in the Romany Room of the Roumanian Inn, after which the bridal couple ,eft for Miami Beach and Havana. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaplon and daughter Vliss Feme Kaplon, Mrs. Samuel W. Kaplon, Cumberland. Dr. and Mrs. Schultz will reside ,n Washington.' . 4-H Girls' Trail Plans Election The Allegany County. 4-H Girls' Trail will elect officers Saturday at a meeting in the Extension Office. Miss Justine Miller has sent notices to all club presidents, local leaders and alternates. Nominees for office are Marlene Brings, Lois Miltenberger, president and vice president; Charlene Twigg, Jane Rizer, secretary; Patricia King and Nancy Vandevort, treasurer. There also will be nominations from the floor. Cumberland's '. Newest ; Fashion Store i Offers You Convenient First National Bank ; CHARGE ACCOUNT i • Service Make Your Selections From Our Fine Fashions • NO DOWN PAYMENT >. • 90 DAYS TO PAY 77 Baltimore Street Round, Square DancePlanned ByLuranaUnit Plans were •- made for a round and square dance by. Lurana Veteran 'Unit, C.S.M.C. a-recent evening at the home of Mrs. Valentine • DeArcangelis, Cumberland Street. The hostess presided at the business session. The dance, open to the public, will' be held November 19 at SS. Peter and Paul Hall. All members will serve on the 'committee. In observance of Mission Sunday, October 23, the' unit attended mass at St. Stephen's Church, Grantsville, its project mission. After mass the ...Christian Mothers of the church entertained the group at breakfast at Hill Top In •.. Following the business session, Brother Nicholas, moderator, conducted the discussion portion of the meeting on. the topic "Our Guardian Angels." Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geiger, Mr. and Mrs. J. Brooke Fradiska, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Burke, Mrs. James Lindsay, Miss Eleanor Barnard, Mrs. Lino Franchi, Mrs. Rina-Adams, and Mrs. James Robinetto. , The unit will hold its next meeting November 10 at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Geiger, Narrows Park. The Ladies. 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