Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 6
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51X- EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MIX,- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD-Taker Nominating Group Named By Cresap Homemakers Club Hobo Dance By PE Group -•-•The Potomac Edison Employes ^Association will hold its annual /round and square dance tomorrow '• in the form of 'a hobo dance at '•'• Minke's Collage Inn. Dancing will t start at 9 p. m. •>• Refreshments will be served and J; intermission will feature two cake /• walks. ';. ' Music will be furnished by the •* Sonateers with John Adams calling ; the figures. . Paul Long is chairman of .the ; association; Edgar Header, vice.-" chairman; Joan Hymes, secretary; •? and Joan Nichols, treasurer. •~. Philip Handley is chairman of 'the dance. His committee consists -of Paul Goetz, Charles Long, Earl Barber-. Edward Allen, Miss Mil- -dred Blades, Mrs. Mary Dressman, [ Miss Mary Ann Powers, and Mrs. • Anna Mae Slough. I McKinley, OES, I To Give Program . McKinley Chapter 12, Order- of .; Eastern Star, will feature a spe- .i cial program at its meeting tomor- ; my night at Masonic Temple. Miss :, Virginia P. Koegel, worthy matron, : and Thomas W. Williams, worthy patron, will preside. ' ! The- program will be in keeping with the holidays of this season ••• and will be presented by the offi- The Cresap Homemakers Club named the nominating committee at a recent meeting at the Cresaptown Methodist Church Hall. .Mrs. Edward Lewis presided and announced Miss Mary Wise, county home demonstration agent, will visit the club at the next meeting and give a demonstration on wall and floor coverings. The nominating committee is comprised of Mrs. David Scollick, Mrs. Arthur Ferguson and Mrs. Lewis. They will select candidates for president and treasurer. Mrs. Arlie Borror, Mrs. David Scollick and .Mrs. Harold Lewis were appointed to audit the treasurer's books. A demonstration on tailoring clothes was given by Mrs. Arthur Ferguson and Mrs. Harold Lewis. A donation of S2 was given to the Community Chest. It was decided to. hold a hat sale at the next meeting and prizes will be given for the most un- asual decorations. A new member, Mrs. John Shoup, was welcomed. Mrs. Scollick read a Thanksgiving prayer. - •• • . Is-'st'Plans for a public card .party •gaiphe -temple on November 30 \ 5-iwlil be completed. Agnes Baker and .Mrs. gina Koegel and their commit- . will serve refreshments' in the embly hall following the meet-; Miss Morris, Sgt.Tivigg Wed In South Demonstration On Use Of Voting Machine Given The marriage of Miss Janet LaVerne Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Morris, North Charleston. S. C., to Sgt. Ear Franklin Twigg. son of'Mrs. Earli- Twigg, Cumberland, and the late Mr. Twigg ,took place October 30. The double ring ceremony was UN Agency Discussed At e Here Evcnt§ Briefly Noted The Women's CTP Bowling League will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Outdoor Club, Frederick Street.- The Corriganville PTA annual fall festival tomorrow evening will feature a rummage sale, movie, country store, and bake sale. Mrs. Albert Rice is chairman. Personals Vincent Thompson, - Pulaski Street, is a medical patient in Memorial Hospital. Fred W. Lookenolt,' RD 1, LaVale, a patient at Sacred Heart Hospital since last Thursday, is recuperating from virus pneumonia. !' S •I I last 3 days to save during ^**»*J%tH* once- a-year stocking Event! FRIDAY 1 SATURDAY:.; MONDAY A style for every costume,-every occasion ,.: with long wear knit into every, stitch. You'll love the,elegarit costume tints, the. Veladur finish that protects against snags, 'the 3 custom-knit proportions . . . there's one personalized to fit you! reg. 2.50 star sapphire luxury sheer 1.95 p,r. reg. 1.95 lorcery-thee'n 1.65 pr. reg. 1.65 all-purpose sheers 1.35 pr. reg. 1.35 daytime-sheers >. 1.10 pr. glamorous heel fashions and other styles also on sale solemnized in the Charleston Air Force Base Chapel, with Rev. R. C. Johnson, pastor of Park Circle Baptist Church, officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of Florentine lace and nylon tulle over ivory satin, fashioned with fitted bodice, curved neckline embroidered in seed pearls. The bouffant skirt featured panels of tulle ruffles with lace border ending in a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of nylon tulle with lace appliques and lace edging fell from a pleated tulle shell faced with seed pearls and lace. The gown was designed by the bride and made by her mother. She carried a bouquet of tuberoses centered with a white orchid. Mrs. ,'ndre Marechal, Charleston Heights, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a maize velveteen and net dress with a matching bandeaux and mitts. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. Misses Patricia Sellers, Ethel Twigg, sister of the bridegroom, and Margaret Wiggins, and Mrs. R. Q. Grooms, Charleston, were the bridesmaids. They wore dresser of coralberry velveteen with matching bandeaux and mitts. Betsy Rhodes, flower girl, wore a dress similar to the matron of honor's and carried a basket of blue flower petals. Samuel Hodge, Crossville, Tenn., served as best man, and Peter Kearns, R. L. Smith.' Thomas Grace, and R. M. Arnett, all stationed at the Air Base, were ufhers. A reception followed the ceremony at the Park -Circle Community building. The bride js a graduate of North Charleston High School and the School o[ Nursing 'ol the Medical College. South Carolina, and Roper Hospital where she is a member of Ihe* nursing staff. The bridegroom attended Fort Hill High School and is stationed with the Air Force at'the Charleston Base They v>'ill reside-at 5654 Rivers Avenue, Charleston .Heights. Mrs. Webster Hostess To AAUW Group Mrs-. Ralph Webster, - Camden Avenue, was hostess to the Great I 30 1 /! N. Centre St. « r PA 4-0980 Books Group of the A.A.U.W. day evening and it was decided to keep the first Tuesday of the month as the meeting night. Mrs. William Durland discussed the life of Feodor Dostoevsky and Mrs. John Cupler 2nd "The Brothers Karanazov." The group is preparing sketches from books to be read for the general meeting in May. Others attending Ihe meeting were Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Royce Hodges, Mrs. Bastion, Mrs. Hafer, Mrs. Finley Thompson, Mrs. Paul Castelle, Mrs. M. D. Beneman, Mrs. G. Morgan Smith and Mrs. Milton Grand. The next meeting will be held December 6 at the home -of Mrs. Millori Granet, LaVale. Shakespeare's "Othello" will be reviewed. Felix Mendelssohn composed ; cantata .at the age of 11. a sym phony at 15 and (lie Midsummer ! Night's Dream Overture at 17. Tht Bowling Green Homemakers Club met a recent afternoon in the Matthew's Isminger, president, presided. The _ group sang the hymn of the month, "Faith Of Our Fathers," and she social room 'of St. Church. Mrs. Ralph prayer poem, "Give.Us Miss ren. Miss Margaret E. Baker led the discussion on United Nations at he recent meeting of the International Relations Group of the American Association of University Women at the home of Mrs. Veronica C. Schliefman, 211 Washington Street. Miss Baker said that peace is .he goal of the United Nations and named seven • countries helped in the settlement or partial settlement of difficulties. UNICEF, the United Nations In- .ernational Children's Fund, was the United Nations agency stressed. Three speakers, Miss Adele Malcolm, Miss Virginia Dixon, and Mrs. Janet Anderson, described .he agency UNICEF as the world's argest international effort to improve the health and welfare of children and mothers. It is not permanent. It is designed to get needed action under way, and encourages self-aid from those helped. It s attacking malaria, malnutrition, tuberculosis and even leprosy. The'next group meeting will review John Gunther's book, "Inside Africa,"* at the home of Saker, 313 Greene Street. Others present were Miss Lillian ioughton, Mrs. Albert L. Rogers, Miss Lillian C. Myers, Mrs. Austin D. Twigg. Mrs. William H. Blake presided and will lead the panel discussion at the next meeting on Africa. Miss Smith Td Be Feted November 11 Miss Constance M. Smith will be honored by Mrs. Philip J. Arendes and Mrs. G. William Bibby with a reception November 11 at the Cumberland Country Club from 4 to 6 p. m. Miss Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Fulchcr P.. Smith, of Oakland, former residents, is the fiancee of Lt. Joseph Powell Franklin, son of Mrs. Bibby and the late Dr. Joseph P. Franklin. Their' wedding will take place in the early spring. Lt. Franklii. is stationed with the Corps of Engineers' at Fort Belvoir, Va. More than 200 invitations have been issued to the reception. read a Lord." Mrs. Russell Shrontz, secretary, called the roll with 13 members answering the question, "Are You Registered To Vote?" John R. Kelly, custodian of the new voting machines, gave an illustrated talk on use of the machines. All present were given an opportunity to inspect and use the machine, and received a pamphlet with instructions and pictures. Mrs. Isminger made the following announcements: "Achievement Day," Thursday, November 15, at YMCA with the deadline for dinner reservations November 10. Open House, December 1 and 2, at the' county office in the Court House, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. John J. Dinger, University of Maryland, will speak on "Uses Of Greens In Your Home At Christmas," at LaVale Fire Halli December 1, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Harrison Shanholtz, clothing chairman, reported on the training meeting attended under the direction of Miss Lavonia Hilbert, Clothing Specialist. A get well card was sent to one of the members, Mrs. Nelson War- Anniversary Observed At Area Church The Women's Society of Centen-j nary and Union Grove Churches j marked the fifteenth anniversary of the society and its own organization recently at Centenary Church. Church. The "Week of Prayer" theme was carried out in the program. Mrs. Rose Yeargan was in charge of the devotional with Mrs. Irene Growden, Mrs. Madelyn Little and Other former presidents present were Mrs. John Hardinger, Mrs. Charles Wolford, Mrs. Melissa McElfish, Mrs. Selma Gillum, 'Mrs. Nield, Mrs. Fey, Mrs. Stella Growden, Mrs. Edwin Hardinger and Mrs. Paul Hendrickson. ren. who is hospitalized. .The Christinas party was discussed and tentative plans made. Two guests, • Mrs. Garland 'haney and Mrs. Charles Adams, and Mrs. Ralph Isminger, Mrs. Russell Shrontz, Mrs. James Kisa- rhore, Mrs. Lakin Root, Mrs. Helen Assif, Mrs. William Beck, Mrs. Russell Beck, Mrs. F. B. Kriechbaum, Mrs. Coit Speicher, Mrs. Harrison Shanholtz, Mrs. Edwin Heavner, Mrs. B. H. Gallimore and Mrs. H. C. Utterback, were present. . . . "Peace 55 Theme Of Program .Members of Circle 6, Women's Society of Christian Service of Centre Street Methodist Church, met Tuesday at the church with Mrs. H. M. Shank, leader presiding. Mrs. H. M. Amoss conducted the devotions on the theme '.'Peace.' Mrs. Harry B. Simpson gave several readings and poems on the theme. A duet was sung by Mrs. Harold May and Mrs..Amoss. Following the short business session Miss Grace G. Steiner conducted the program in the form of a quiz. Plans for a rummage sale in the church basement November 15 were made. Refreshments were served by Mrs. William Pitzer, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. George F. Johnson and Miss Lillian Hodgson. *•>/ ir.-.vj ! 1 UY RIVAL WITH CONFIDENCE because it's •QUALITY DOG FOOD Rival's t"- of 100%* or Montf Cats Lov.c "New Formula" RIVAL CAT FOOD RIVAL Looks good—imell* CAT r<X*| food—t»atc that de- lighu nny cut. Made with fre*h ocean fish, liver, kidneyi, choice cereal*. 8 *nd 1A oz. cans. So high' in quality, it hM eamnd the famoul Good HouMkwpinx Guaranty Sc*H VALUABLE FR So»e Rival Dog Food and Rival Cat Food labels for valuable premiums — FRK. Hundred! of giftl foryour home, • family, yourself, Ste la bell for details. hi? 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A birthday cake with bouquets of flowers decorated the tables. Mrs. Gillum was chairman. I Mrs. Fannie Wilson assisting. Mrs. Albert Smouse reported on the district meeting at Shepherdstown, and a letter was read by Miss Nyna Fey from William Harvey, missionary to the Belgium Congo. Routine reports were given by Mrs. Selma Gillum, Mrs. Growden and Mrs. Ruthella Fey. Mrs. Wilson presided. •* Mrs. Edith Nield directed the) program. Mrs. Little told of the merger of Centenary and Union Grove, in June 1946; Mrs. Margaret Hardinger gave a brief history of Centenary church; Mrs. Srnouse read an article on the Centenary W.S.C.S.; Mrs. Wesley Light,.Miss Fey and Mrs. Yeargan reviewed the years each served!-as president. • • • Miss Olive Leasure reported on her years as treasurer for Union Grove. Foot Savers ... only at Peskins Yodler -The Young Adult Fellowship of Cresaptown Methodist Church will meet tomorrow evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gomer Horton. 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