Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 2, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. Ml). WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1355 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Omicron Chapter Honors Rusliees With Card Party Exhibits Being Accepted For Hobby Show The Cumberland Business and professional Women's Club will : iold its third annual hobby show November 15 to 18 at the Cumberland Free Public Library. Entries are being registered by Mrs. Karl Perry, education and vocation chairman. Visitors on the first three days will vote for the best in each category. Ribbons will be attached tcrthe exhibits November 18. Orders will be taken by members of the committee for exhibitors who wish to sell their work. No fee is charged for entering (he show. Those wishing to exhibit are to contact Mrs. Perry, Pleasant Valley Road, RD 2, Flintstone or phone PA 2-4147. Other members of the committee are Miss Anna Agress, Mrs. .Emma Everstine, Mrs. Marian Heiskell, Miss Irene Lapp, Mrs. Dorothy Ringler, Miss Helen Cherry, Mrs. Sylvia Schwab, Miss Jane Botsford, Miss Gertrude Ranck and Mrs. Lucile McGeady. Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently held a dessert card jarty at the home of Miss LeAnnah Mathews, 514 Franklin Street, in honor of its rushees, Miss Patricia Golden, Miss Helen Kerns, Miss Frances Snoeberger, Miss Ellen Newman, and Mrs. Martha Van Horn. Canasta winners were Mrs. Martha Van Horn, Miss Margaret Smith, Miss Patricia Golden, and Miss Shirley Sandsbury. Miss Helen Kerns was the bridge winner. The hostess served refreshments and was assisted by Mrs. Fannie White. Members present were Miss Helen Mae Kreiling, Miss Ruth Barry, Miss Dolores Chase, Miss Sandsbury, Miss Smith, Miss Mat- .hews, and Mrs. Loretta Smith. Mrs. Barbara Richardson, Mrs. Alpha Barb, Mrs. Eleanor Dicken, Mrs. Mary Harrison, Mrs. La Verne Hankins, Mrs. Sara MuUaney, Mrs. Helen Arthur, Mrs. White, and Mrs. Virginia Newnam, social sponsor. . The next meeting will be held tonight at the home-of Miss Helen Mae Kreiling, 516 Riehl Avenue. A white elephant sale will be 'eatured. .-Mrs. Tollitta B.' Niland, 804 Greene Streat, visited her sister, Mrs. Marie B. Kastner, Silver Spring. •-. Capt. George ,J. Gocke,. Sheppard Air Base, Wichita Falls, Texas, is visiting his cousin, Miss Beaurie M. Dougherty, Ridgeley. ; John Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Rice, 106 Grand Avenue, is a medical patient in Memorial Hospital. Mrs. May. Hill, 1037 Frederick Street, is a patient in Memorial Hospital. Jean Rowland Circle of Melvin Church will meet Vat : 7:30 tonight in the recreation room. Thanksgiving basket gifts and building fund banks are to be brought. The Progressive Young Women's Club of .Potomac Valley will meet at 8 p.m. Friday at the home of Mrs. Chelsie Liller, Cresaptown. Just Received . . . 8 New Styles In Fortunes "Fun Loving Shoes" For Women *8.95 pair exclusive With WEBB'S 57 Baltimore St. Bridge Session Here Tomorrow The Western Maryland Bridge Association will have a B section at its regular .session tomorrow night at the Fort Cumberland Hotel. •..._' The section is for players .who did not qualify for the winners section last Thursday and for hew slayers. : The charity game recently postponed will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Elks Club. The proceeds, according to A. D. Heacox president, will go toward the func the National Crippled Children and Adults League. At the Potomac Valley Bridge Club session thi.s week. North and South first place winners were William Douglas,and Mrs. William Snyder; second,'Mrs. Russell Bortz and Mrs. Harvey Aaronson; third Mrs. Mary Deal and Hugo Keller: fourth Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tay lor. East and West first place were John .Moberly and Edgar'Dawson second, John Wilkinson and Wil liam Dailey; third. Miss Rose Jackson and R. A. Davis; fourth Richard Schwab, and Mrs. Arthur Friedland. Pythian Sisters Group Holds Halloween Party Manhattan Temple 8, Pythiat Sisters, held a^Halloween party fol lowing its regular meeting recent ly at Junior Order Hall. Mrs. Faj Lee Burner was chairman of re freshments. Mrs. Ada Wilt presid ed. Group singing featured with Mrs Ada Twigg at the piano. Fashion Shoiv Being Held Were Tonight The "Opulent Look" fashion how, sponsored by Rosenbaum's is a benefit for Memorial and sacred Heart Hospital auxiliaries, onight at 8:15 at Fort Hill High school auditorium will feature a vide range of attire. Miss Constance Hastie, New York fashion consultant for Celanese, will be the commentator. All clothes worn will be made rom Celanese materials, locally iroduced. Music will be presented by a rio composed of .«Iiss Rebecca Dantzic, piano; Wilton Syckes, iolin, and Kenneth Shaffer, bass. A special bus will i^ave Baltimore Street at 7:30 and will return after the performance. Mrs. Royce Hodges is chairman or Memorial Auxiliary and Mrs. Anthony Saeli for Sacred Heart Auxiliary- Miss Schaefer, Mr.Kinsinger ToWedNov.24 Mrs. Minta C. Schaefer, Grants- vine, announces the coming marriage of her daughter, Audrey Wane, to Dale Lawrence Kinsinger, son of Rev. and Mrs. Roy L. Kinsinger, Grantsville. The open church wedding will ;ake place Thursday, November 24, at 3 p. m. in the Cassel- mari Mennonite Church, near frantsville. Miss Schaefer is a senior at Northern High School and Mr. Sinsenger is employed as a salesman by the Motor Service Company, Grantsville. From 'the:S. J. Little "Beautiful Home Shop"! Spun Aluminum . Pantry Fanners With Black Plastic Lids! These deluxe "Pantry Partners" by Kromex offer smart homemakers the functional beauty and ease- of-care that come with the combining of aluminum and plastic. Work savers in every way, they're handsome kitchen accessories, too! Cookie Jar -$2-95 Bun Warmer (shown) ..... 3.25 Waste Basket 3.50 Cake Cover. 3.95 Spice Set 7.95 Connister Set (shown) .... 8.95 FREE - THIS WEEK ONLY! With each purchatt (rom our "Beautiful Home Shop" tfih week you will receive FREE your choke of any 15c or 25c greeting card in our stock of smart, sophisticated new cards. Events Briefly Noted The Cresaptown. 4-H Girls will meet at the home of Donna Simpon, McMullen Highway, Rawlings. tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. Officers will be elected. Our Flag of Cumberland Council 100, Daughters of America, will meet tomorrow at Junior Order Hall at 7:30 p.m. First nominations of officers will be held and the Christmas party planned. St. Patrick's Mothers Club is sponsoring a rummage sale at 6 p.m. tomorrow at the Canada Hose House. Mrs. William Buzzard is chairman. The' Ladies Auxiliary of Central Y.M.C.A. will meet as scheduled tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the Y. The Friendship Circle Bible !lass of Park Place Methodist: Church will meet tonight at 7:30 at the church. A miscellaneous sale wiD feature the meeting. The Ladies Aid Society of Trinity Lutheran Church will hold 'a rummage sale in the parish hall tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. The closing session of the study, "Within Two Worlds," will be .held at 7:30 tonight at : Park Place Methodist Church. A rummage sale will be held by the EUerslie Fire Company Auxiliary -tomorrow from 10 to 4 p.m. at the fire hall. Johnson Heights Parent Study Group will meet at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the auditorium; The Oliver Grove WSCS will hold a bake sale at 3:30 p.m. Friday in the room across from the 'H. V. Twigg Grocery Store, Oldtown Road. The. executive group of Columbia Street School PTA will meet at- 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the school. A vote will be taken on the budget. Mrs. Miller Hostess To Mizpah Class The Mizpah Class of the First Baptist Church met recently at the home of Mrs. Gordon Miller, Cresaptown, with Mrs. Henry T. Humphreys presiding. The devotional, "To Heal The Brokenhearted," was conducted by Mrs. James Ruppert. Prayer was led by Mrs. Humphreys. Roll call was answered with a verse of Scripture. Plans were discussed for sending a Thanksgiving gift basket. Mrs. H. R. Matlick closed with prayer. Class sister gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Attending were Mrs. Stanley Morris, Mrs. Paul Bell, Mrs. Russell Wentling, Mrs. Carl Godwin, Mrs. Paul Shanski,. Mrs. Gilbert Alt, Mrs. James Athey, Mrs. Thomas Darr. Mrs. Harvey Wilson, Mrs. H. R. Matlick, Mrs. William Sheally, Mrs. James Ruppert, Mrs. Elwood Weber, Mrs. Gordon Miller, Mrs. M. M. Miller, Miss Marie Williams, Miss Cathy Ann Godwin, Miss Karen Sue Bell, Henry Humphreys, Russell Wentling, Elwood Weber, Stanley Morris and Gordon Miller. Pouvoir Departmental Meeting Here Sunday Salon 325, Eight and Forty, will be hostess to the Pouvoir Depart mental meeting Sunday at Fort Cumberland Post Home. Mrs. Hazel Harney will preside. Mrs. Pearl Allen will be vocalist for the entertainment program. A luncheon will be served at 1 p. m. and the business session at 3. The Community Service Group of the.- Womans Civic Club will meet tomorrow at 12:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Edgar Kendall, LaVale. Past Presidents Of VFW Hold Annual Banquet, Party Pence Will Give Talk To Junior Club The Past Presidents Club of Henry Hart Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, held its annual banquet and party at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club a recent evening. Mrs. Violet Karns presided at both the banquet and the brief business meeting. The fall theme was carried out in the table decorations. Favors at each place were miniature artist palettes with colored candies representing the paints. Games and cards were played following the dinner with Ivirs. Isabell Hymes in charge. A ways and means prize was won by Mrs. Audrey Golladay.' Mrs. Karns announced that the election of officers for 1956 will be held at the next meeting November 17 at the Post Home. Mrs. Alice Miller and Mrs. Karns will be chairmen of refreshments. Guests attending were Mrs. Mary Moore, president and Mrs. Mildred Fike, treasure of the VFW Auxiliary, and Mrs. Annie Johnson and Mrs. Charles Freeland. Members attending' were Mrs. Grace Bosenbefg, Mrs. Golladay, Mrs. Rachael lames, Mrs. Elsie Kilroy, Mrs. Emily Miller, Mrs. Sadie Smith, Mrs. Zellene Norris, Mrs. Karns, Mrs. Hester Lindamood, Mrs. Helene Bujac; Mrs. Ruth Jane Watson, Mrs. Grace Cross, Mrs. Elizabeth Nave, Mrs. Alice Miller, Mrs. .Rosalie Everstine, Mrs. Isabelle Hymes, Mrs. Goldie Speis, all of Cumberland, and Mrs.-Renie Rinker, Butler, Pa. FAST RELIEF for Headache The Junior Woman's Civic Club has postponed its meeting from tonight to next Wednesday to enable members to attend the "Opulent Look" fashion show being present ed tonight at Fort Hill auditorium Robert Pence, city recreational director, will be the speaker at the next week's meeting at 8 p. m. al the Girl Scout House. He will speak on "Recreation in Cumberland" and show slides to illustrate his' talk. Year books will be distributed and final plans made for the Thanksgiving dance November 26 at the Cumberland Country Club. New members who will be introduced are Mrs. George Connor Jr., Miss Kay Avers and Mrs Robert Downey. The Happy Valley Homemakers Club tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. F. B Foster, 460 Walnut Street, -city. it pays to shop at warhaft's ... for • KIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS 79 North Centre St. D. Of A. Club Has Meeting At Hyncl man The Past Councilor Club, Pride of Allegany Council 110, Daughters of America, met a recent eve' ning at the home of Mrs. Helen DeVore, Hyndman. Mrs. Gladys Blacker, presided and the Scripture lesson was read by Mrs. Gertrude Pensyl. Chairmen Mrs.. Catherine Bucy and Mrs. Arbutus Lohr' reported on the Christmas banquet to be held December 14.. Supper- was served followed by the business session. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Avalene Poorbaugh, Mrs. Elsie Lehr, Mrs. Lohr, Mrs. Pensyl arid Mrs. Thelma Gilmore. The next meeting "will be held November 9 at 6:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Pensyl in Hyndman. Get-well cards \are sent to Mrs. Maude Kirk and Mrs. Christian Sowers who have been ill. • - Ormond Spotlite Special! Miracle Fit Dress Sheer STRETCH NYLONS 105 Baltimore St. <|kMy new swer Trod* Mark has its own baking pan and frosting mix ....... . » • right in the package V«^ . • •" . ^ . . 'V**' . . 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