Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 4, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 4, 1955
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liftlfcS, CUMUEKLAN1). ML)., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Bedford Road Club Sets * A O - , date Of Christmas Party Bedford Road Homemakers selected the date for its Christmas party and installed two new officers at the meeting Tuesday night at Zion Methodist Cfcurch. Mrs. Frederick Roberts jThe Christmas party will be •lefa December 6 at 6 p. m. in the form of a covered dish supper and •.vill be for members only. It will !)§;at Zion Church hall. call was answered by cleaning 'methods for walfitand floors," Mrs, .1. F..Mille- scErj-iand Mrs. J. A. Earsom gave routine reports. The constitution w^-ead by Mrs. W. E. Wolford and-% demonstration on tailoring by Mrs. Roberts. Sirs. Paul Gilford was installed; as the new president and Mrs Roberts as treasurer, with Mrs. Wolford officiating at the ceremony. GOP Women Plan Coming \Social Events The Homemakers cantata wil be presented at the Christmas A social closed the meeting withjparty of the Cumberland Women's all singing "Put On Your Old j Republican Club December 1, ac- Gray Bonnet." Refreshments were cording to plans announced at the served. meeting of the club last night ai Others attending were, Mrs. Estel Oster, Mrs. David Wilson, Mrs. William Pitzer, Mrs. Russell Robertson, Mrs. Robert Stree'tt, Mrs. Leslie-Brinkman, Mrs. S. E. Simons, Mrs. Bertha Brotemarkle, Mrs. F. C. Thorn, Miss Violet McElfish, Mrs. Mae Cameron and Mrs. Vincent Lindner. The Opti-Mrs. Club will hold a bake sale tomorrow at 10 a. m. at the Jet Cleaners. AIR STEP'S MAGIC SOLE .. .on airy cushion thai pillow* your »fep. •',-'• It gives with your foot You can walk to your heart's content! Fullf elasticized, the bands hold the foot gently, yet give with each step. 61 Baltimore St. the Ali Ghan Shrine City Club, Mrs. Earl Conn and Mrs. Ear] Bruce were named chairmen.- Plans for a public card party in February were made and L. E Dougherty was named chairman. Mrs. James Orr presided anc routine reports were given. Mrs Orr gave her state convention report. Mrs. Noel S; Cook, Frostburg was re-elected state treasurer. Five new members were welcomed. They are Miss Mary Lee Baker, Mrs. Mary E. Avers, Mrs. Grace Moore, Mrs. Anetta Fradiska and Mrs. James Hatfield. It was announced that about 30 women are planning to make the Celanese tour November 9 at 9:15 a. m. A bus will stop at Columbia Avenue, Central YMCA, Cumberland Cloak and Suit, Greene and Lee streets, and the Dingle Circle. Morris Baron, magistrate of the Juvenile Court, discussed "Juvenile Delinquency." lotaEpsilon To Initiate An executive meeting will be held by Iota Epsilon chapter, Tau Phi Lambda of the Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, November 10, and a general meeting November 251 . The executive meeting will be at the home of Miss Dorothy Niner, Pinto, and the general session at the Girl Scout House. An initiation and pledge service, will follow the latter with Miss Joan Nichols and Mrs. Hazel Kemp in charge of refreshments. •Miss Nichols conducted a pledge service for Mrs. Annalee Caporele at the Girl Scout house a recent evening. Mrs. Kay Dodds presided a! the business session. Mrs.. Dodds also conducted the anniversary observance. The sorority, founded in 1937, now has 110 chapters in 26 states. Refreshments were served under the chairmanship. Of ""Mrs. Jane Frederick. _,:;. Other members attending were Mrs. Betty Dean, Mrs. .Kemp; Miss Niner, Mrs.' Margaret Hartman and Miss Nancy Parker'. Woman's Group Elects'President Mrs; William A. Britt was', elected president to fill the unexpired term of Mrs. Gaither L. Martin at recent meeting of the Woman's Association of the First Pres- ayterian Church. The. annual stewardship program was Held "with Miss Lillian Boughton, Mrs. William Wendt, Mrs Ralph Potter, Mrs. Porter D. Collins, Mrs. Jesse White, Mrs. Dorothy Hutcheson, Mrs. Karl Perry, and Mrs. Britt taking part. Mrs. William B. Ludman played the piano. Rev. Maurice Robertson conducted a Bible study period. The group also discussed the bazaar to be held December 1. Members were reminded of the World Day of Prayer to be held tomorrow at Zion Evangelical anc Reformed Church. Concluding the evening member of the Tepper-Somerville Circle were hostesses for a social hour. Personals Mrs. J. H. Richard, 109 Humbird Street, and Mrs. Earl Irons and son Donald, Spring Gap, have returned after spending some time in Augus ta, Ga., and Washington. - Just Arrived At Martin's! Special Purchase New Mid-Season FASHION Original COATS Priced from . $5998 SIZES FOR JUNIORS - MISSES - WOMEN lorty-seven baltimore street Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Miss Cunningham Honored A dinner party honoring Jacquelyn Cunningham, fiancee of George Wolfe, was held recently by the East Side School faculty at Layman's Farm near Frostburg. After the dinner a surprise kitchen shower was held. Miss Cunningham was presented with a booklet, "This is Your Life, Sue Cunningham;" Members of the faculty attending THE "OPULENT LOOK" — Shown, modeling party dresses in the "Opulent Look" fashion show by Rosenbaum's Wednesday night at Fort Hill High School auditorium are, from left to right Miss Barbara Martin, Miss Judy Bennett and Miss Sandra Dererhe'r. The dresses are made of Celanese acetate and cotton. All the clothes modeled, were made of Celanese materials made locally. An incomplete report on the fashion show, which was a benefit for Memorial and Sacred Heart Hospital Auxiliaries, gives Sacred Heart $456 and Memorial $410. Approximately 800 persons attended.. Mrs. Simon Rosenbaum II welcomed the guests on behalf of- Memorial Auxiliary and Mrs. Anthony Saeli for Sacred Heart. Mrs. W. Royce Hodges was general chairman for Memorial Auxiliary with Mrs. Saeli serving in the same capacity, for Sacred Heart. Miss Constance Hastie, New York, was commentator. Fairview SS Holds Party OnHalloween The Sunday. School. Department of the Fairview Avenue Methodist Church held its annual Halloween party recently. Rev. B. F. Hartman was judge for costume prizes which were awarded to Bobby Groves for the ugliest; Allen Rice, funniest; and Toni Snow and Joy Herboldsheimer, the prettiest. An additional prize was given Allen Rice for being the smallest masquerader. The recreation rooms were decorated in seasonal colors by Vincent Thompson, who also directed games for the Junior Department. Games for the Primary and Beginners departments were .under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webster and game winners were George Uhl, 'Jean Rice, John Light, Ricky Linthicum and Eileen Rice. Refreshments were served by the committee in charge of Mrs, Events Briefly Noted The LaVale 4-H Girls Club will meet tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. at the fire hall. . The Bedford Road Firemen and Auxiliary will hold a.turkey supper tomorrow from 5 to 8 p.m. at the fire hall.. A round -and square dance will be held from 9 to 12 p.m. The Hap-0-Happy Club will hold a covered dish supper at 6 this evening at the Girl Scout House. The Christmas party will be planned. Melvin Women's Society of Christian-Service will hold a rummage sale tomorrow, begining at 10 a.m., at 417 Virginia .Avenue. The Women's. Society of Christian Service of Zion Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 this evening at the, church. The "Week of Prayer and Self Denial"'will be observed. The Corriganville PTA will hold its fall festival tonight. Bedford Road Fire Company and Ladies Auxiliary will hold a turkey dinner tomorrow at the fire hall from 5 to 8 p. m. The weekly round and square dance will be from 8 until 12. The Woman's Guild of Holy ross Episcopal Church will meet at 7:30 tonight In the Sunday school room. •K^lpsajssss^^sasssBS^^ : |- Is ' Catherine Groves and Mrs. Gladys Baker. Photos of the costumes and various activities were taken by John Zimmerman Jr.- ••• -> at city s Lowest Prices ON CONVENIENT LAY-A-WAY National Stores 16-18 Wineow St. • 425 Virginia Ave. were Betty Morgan, Grace Moore, Elizabeth Miller, Mary Dudley, Helen Martz, Martha Payne. Gladys Arnold, Orpha Clark, Daisy Rosenmerkle, Martha DeVore, Lillie Lashley, Joanne Davis and Agnes Lauder. Guests included Jacquelyn Cunningham, Margaret Carroll, music teacher, and Winifred Greene, supervisor. __________•— SAVE . . . USE HARVEY'S NEW CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY PUN..........HOW! Mr*. Mullan Hostess To Young Mothers Club Mrs. Betty Mullan was hostess to members of the Young Mothers Club at her .home, Walnut .Street. Cards were played following a brief business 'session. . Members present were Mrs. Jean Mullan, Mrs. Bonnie Brant, Mrs. Jane McCreary,. Mrs.-Helen Monahan and Mrs. Helene Kegg. The.November meeting is to be held at the home of Mrs. Jean Mullan, 610 Fairview Avenue. Christmas Layaway To acquaint you with HARVEY'S EASY Layaway Policy this coupon entitles you to $1.00 "off on any purchase of $10.00 or over. Harvey's Jewelry and Camera Store 41 Baltimore St. Cumberland, Md. ttOOD FOR NOV. AND DIC. ONLY CONTRACT MERCHANDISE tXCCPTED VERY EASY CREDIT JEWELRY STORE 41 Baltimore Street Of 100% Fine Virgin Wool In A Host of Tweeds, Plaids, Checks, Stripes and Solids • Red • Gold • Terra Cotta • Brown > Burgundy • Moss Green ' • Kelly Green > .Turquoise • Grey • Oxford • Black REGULAR 8.95 VALUE I Very specially priced at LAZARUS-MAIN FLOOR A HAT event of utmost importance to the Value ... Quality ... Fashion-minded! Imported Velours See them in glowing colors ... glamorous shaping* . . . captivating trims . . . come feast your eyes on this luscious collection I You're sure to find lust the hat to make . ; . "A New You i" ALL HEAD SIZES reg. 735 value! ^^& MILLINIRY DIPT. SECOND FLOOR

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