Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 6
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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Ttkw Entertained By Mrs. Whitson Ladies Auxiliary Of LCA AAUWToHear UCT Auxiliary 281 Names * •»—. -*\ s~it II . ' —~ the Ladies Auxiliary to the Let- daughter Mrs. Margaret Hamilton. Dr. fanet Clark At Meeting Committee For Yule Party Auxiliary Ladies of 281, Order of the! United Commercial "«r "Carriers" Association discussed The'next meeting will be held ~—", - " t „ , is KeSsind social ses-at the home of Mrs. Walter Alex- Dr . Janet Howell Clark,. Balti-j Travelers met recently at ins S a Sen? meeting at thejander, La Vale. jmore. chairman of the National G.rlScoutHouse. "home of Mrs. Roy Whitson. Colum- others attending were Mrs.jAAUW committee on International! senior wunsei. -•oia Street. Mrs/James Kisamore;Francis Fannon. Mrs. Clayton Gil-;Grants will speak about her work|-Wh. e " z ' en / res '°™ f n ° presided. jlum, Mrs. Lester Watson, Mrs. with that committee at the meet-|«ne grand counselor, i>l &OIUVU* I AUf**» ».•*•*» •--At the so'cial concluding theiWalter Alexander. Mrs. Allen Def- meeting Mrs. Robert Hortsmanjfibaugh, Mrs. Michael Cunning• '•won-the white elephant prize. ham, Mrs. Arthur Carscaden. Mrs. Mrs. . , , in s tomorrow of AAUW at 8 p.-m.! poolc . of , Va who spoke Mrs. Lawrence Kabn, chairman 1 \vnit6 Glcpncint prize. ndin, $n ->. /i*. mm \/w» fc>o**\»**«» ••-— ^n &. *^ »•»v**^.v v»**^***j •*.**«*» •*•*.«. Whitson was assisted in James Brown and Mrs. Franklin O f fellowship for the local branch, serving refreshments by her-Sine. DOCTORS will introduce Dr. Clark. Born in Baltimore, Dr. Clark KNOW this specialized aspirin for children is made to best fit chil- dreri'i aeeds! The Gleaners Class of Trinity jceived her A.B. dogree from Bryn Methodist Church will meet at Mawr College in 1910 and complet- 7-30 tonight at the home of Mrs. ed work for her Ph.D. in physics 'j Nannie Watkins, 123 Race Street. !a t Johns Hopkins University in — — - - - -- ' : 1913. Her earliest s.ssoclation with Members of Hadassah will meet j AAUW fellowships cime when she FOR CHILDREN FOOTER'S Super Special Smartly Finished CLEANERS DRESS SHIRTS LAUNDERED IHg luiliuuuw ui .TVMUO ai o y. 111.1- . -, , , n_ Vin the First Federal Bank building, j bnefly and showed the trophies presented to the grand jurisdiction of Kentucky. Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and the District jof Columbia fay the Supreme Coun- The Auxiliary voted to give a check to Friends Aware of Handicapped Children and to continue support of this project. The ways and means committee presented a large apron to the Auxiliary. Members are to sew ers o m tomorrow at B'er Chay- held the Sarah Berliner Award m 1915-16. With . her studies she taught at 3ryn Mawr in 1914-15 and at Smith College in 1916-17. From 1918 to 1933 Dr. Clark was associate professor of physiological hygiene in the School of Hygiene, Johns Hopkins University. She moved to the College for Women University of Rochester as dean and professor of biophysics in 1938, holding that position until 1952 when she became a Research Associate, in the School of Hygiene, Johns Hopkins University. A longtime member of AAUW, Dr. Clark served on the fellowship awards committee from 1920 to 1924, and was chairman of the standards and recognition committee from 1940 to 1946. In 1953, she i accepted appointment as chairman of the Committee on International I Grants. j Mrs. William Var. Newkirk will ! preside at the meeting and conduct !a brief business session. ^Church Class -.(?,$ Plans For Baskets The Ruth Bible Class of Grace Baptist Church met recently at the home of Mrs. Virginia Lester, 840 Gephart Drive, with Mrs. Earl Chaney presiding. The devotional, a study of the Book of Job, was conducted by Mrs. Fern Wilson. Prayer was lee! by Mrs. A. N. Billings. Plans were discussed for Thanks giving baskets and a box to be sent .rvuAiiiaij. im^uiw\,i .j "*. *- »«• «— •• giving Ueion.cuo allU a UUA tu UC ociit patches on the apron—each patch to \Varfield Wilson serving with to hold a money contribution. th e armed forces in Japan. you can enjoy this SLANT-NEEDLE \BibleClass Entertained Mr. and Mrs. "Henry T. 'Humph reys entertained members of the Rohrer-Herpich Bible Class' of the First Baptist Church and their wives a recent evening at their home, 506 Eastern Avenue. j. H. Judy read the scripture lesson and offered prayer. 0. J. Mortzfeldt presided at the business session. Plans were made-for the year's programs and .. .officers elected. :hey are Mr.Tvlortzfeldt, presi- lent; George Pulliah, vice presi- ,enl; S. C'. Morris, secretary, and Hlwood Weber, treasurer. It was decided to hold the next meeting November 17 when Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller, Cresap- own, will be hosts. James Ross ;ave the closing prayer. , The host and hostess served re- reshments. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Judy, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller, Mr, .and, Mrs. George Booth, Mr., and Mrs. Russell .Wentling, Mr. and Mrs..Mortz- Feldt,:Mr. and Mrs; Stanley Morris, .Mrs. Stanley -Weber, James Ross, Victor Alhey and Howard Johnson and Sheila Miller. Committees were appointed for the Christmas party and the first anniversary celebration December 3. They include Mrs. Effie Parsons, entertainment; Mrs. Hazel Soethe and Mrs. Betty Johnson, decorations; Mrs. Virginia Showman, favors; and Mrs. Rita Miller, Mrs. Sara Connor and Mrs. Margaret Hawkins, refreshments. Mrs. McKenzie announced officers will be given special recognition by. Council 179, Men's Order of United Commercial Travelers, at the annual Ladies Night November 19. Mrs. Gertrude Poole also announced that Mrs. Betty Johnson, past senior. counselor of the Auxiliary, has been appointed Maryland State Membership Promotional chairman. ;. A. social hour followed refreshments being served by Mrs. Dorothy' Utterback and Mrs. Cleora McKenzie. the armed forces in Japan. Attending were Mrs. Ada Wilt Mrs. W. R. Keefe, Mrs. Virgie Lehman, Miss Naomi Tabler, Mrs Earl Chaney, Mrs. Gay Clark Mrs. A. >S 7 . Billings, Mrs. Fern Wilson, Mrs. Thelma Peterson,-Mrs Harry Kesecker, Mrs. J. F. Strausburg, and Mrs. Virginia Lester. Alumnae Will Hear Reports The Alumnae. Association ol Sacred Heart Hospital School of Nursing will receive reports on the state meeting tomorrow at 7:30 at the Bellevue Street Nurses Home. Reports will be given by Mia Christine J. Williams,- Miss Mar\ Rita Coyle/ president of the clas; of 1956; Miss Catherine Murray president of the Student Council Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis and Mrs Margaret Conlon. N. Cumberland Homemakers •* Review Year's Achievements For as little as A WEEK t After minimum down payminl. Enjoy better sewing visibility and also perfect control at any speed. The only machine with a needle that slants towards you. The SINGER* Slant-Needle does automatic stitching with Singer's exclusive automatic zig-zagger, WHEN YOU BUY SINGER YOU BUY THE BEST •A TriDi Mirk 0* Tit Singn Mtj. Co. SINGER SEWING CENTER 45 Baltimore St. 77 N. Main St. Cumberland ~- Phone PA 2-3060 Keyser, W. Va. — Phone 20971 The North Cumberland Homemakers Club received reports of the year's achievements at the re-, ent meeting in the recreation hall! f Fairview Methodist Church. [ A nominating committee, Mrs.' 'ames Orr, Mrs. Mabel Watkins nd Mrs. Dorothy Bauer, was lamed and will report at the next meeting. •The group sang "Faith of Our Fathers," hymn of the month, ac- ompanied by Mrs. G. W. Eichner. Mrs. E. F. Stewart gave its his- ory and Mrs. Henry Pyler read he quotation of the month. Mrs. James Mullan read a poem, "What Have You Done All Day?" Roll Call was answered to "Are You Registered to Vote?" Reports were ;iven by Mrs. W. W. Grimes and Brotemarkle, who All America is reading Godfrey's Own Story Last week, thousands of news- itandi across the country quickly sold out the Post carrying Godfrey 1 ! story. This week promises to be another record breaker as Godfrey tells you •bout his vagabond youth. You'll learn how he became a hobo, sailor, cemetery-lot salesman, all before he ever faced * mikel You'll want to know why he gave up his night-clerking job in a flophouse, how he landed hi! first radio job, and the facts about his first marriage. Be sure to read the whole Intimate itory—told by Godfrey himself—for the first rime I Don't rnin out. Get your copy of the Post today! , Out today—M ill newsstands The Satun1.i> Kirning POH1 \n\i'inl»t-r l^. I 1 *".'. - /: A CUftTU MAOAZ1NI Mrs. Eichner. Mrs. Ralph presided, announced that county Achievement Day will be held November* 15 at Central Y.M.C.A., and that the deadline for dinner reservations is November 10. Get-well cards were sent to Mrs. Thomas Touhey and Miss Mary Wise., Mrs. John Lancaster spoke on .he use of voting machines. Members with birthdays in Oct- were Mrs. C. Raymond Burkey, Mrs. Katherine Kilroy, Mrs. John House, Mrs. Fred Valentine, Mrs. James Mullan and Mrs. G. C. Slavon. A guest, Mrs. John Schaaf, was present. The group closed by sing- ng "I Want A Girl.", Hostesses were Mrs. Mullan, Mrs. Richard Walker. Mrs. . Madelyn Snyder. Mrs. Helen Wineow, Mrs. Charles Bauer and Mrs. George Penrod. Mrs. Sam Clingan will be chair man of the November hostesses. ACCENT YOUR COSTUME WI1H AIEWELEO BRACELET... FLORENTINE . . . multi-colored gold or silver antique bracelets, and matching earrings. Main Floor I EACH n«iw. m\ oher were concluding honored at a the meeting. party They Miss Tasker Honored With Shower, Party Miss • Priscilla Ann Tasker wa wnored with a kitchen shower an party a recent evening by Mrs Ralph Sell Jr., at the home of he mother-in-law, Mrs. Ralph Sell Sr 429 Beall Street. • A laundry cart, decorated wit flowers, held the shower gifts Pastel pompons were used as iable centerpiece. Miss Tasker/ daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. Bernard Tasker, 55 Patterson Avenue, will be marrie to Ronald J. Screen, son of Mrs Bernice Screen, LaVale, an Joseph Screen, 817 Lafayette Ave nue, this month. • Guests were Mrs. Tasker, Mrs Screen, Mrs. Leona Gilmore, Mrs Richard Leo, Mrs. Dawn Koelz Miss Helen Tasker, Mrs. Donald Hansel, Mrs. Glenn Brant, Mrs. Edward Mason, Mrs. Ray.Lapp, Mrs. Joseph Pellerzi, Miss Regina Ferguson, Miss Marilyn Wilhelm. Miss Jane Chapel, Mrs. Eldred Steinmann, Mrs. Ronald Sheally, Mrs. John McVeigh, Mrs. ' Dale Shockey ,and Mrs. Ralph Sell Sr. The A.O.H. Auxiliary will meet ;ornorrow at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Margaret Burns. 120 Polk Street, and plan to attend the county board meeting Sunday at 2 p. m. in St. Michael's Hall, Frostburg. A pie social will following the meeting tonight of the V.F.W. Aux iliary at 8 p. m. at the Post Home ). Sgt. Paulus Jonored'Wlth ? areivell Party 4-H Girls Trail Has Election The 4-H Girls Trail elected offi-jduties' at the meeting January 7 cers at a recent meeting at the. a t io : 30 a. m. at the Court House. Court House. Lois Miltenberger, of the Cum- farewell party a recem. night onoring their son. S. Sgt. George '. Paulus, at their home. Sgt. aulus will leave Friday to serve Japan with the armed forces. Games and music featured the ntertainment and refreshments •ere served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. David IcFarlane, Mr. and Mrs. Norman \sburn, James .and Teddy Welch, lichael Brown, Darrel Clites, ohn Wolfe, Ronald Whitacre, Bernard Roberson. Mrs. Sylvia 3 aulus, Thomas and James Paulus. Mrs. Broadwater Given Party On . Her 83r-d Birthday Mrs.' Virginia Broadwater was whored recently at a "Forest 'arty" on her eighty-third birth- lay at .her home in Barton. Mrs. Broadwater, one of eight hildren born to David and Elizaeth (Kolmer) Broadwater, taught chool many years before her marriage to the late J. Nelson Sroadwater who lived near the ite of Savage River -dam. When he -retired in 1924, the couple •noved to Barton where Mr. Broad vater met an accidental death in June' 1935. • • ... Mrs. Broadwater was one of the oldest former teachers to be re called back to teaching by Garrett County Board of Education dur ng the 1930 shortage. She taught he Seventh Grade "at ''Fair-view school several terras. She is .a member'of. the-Barton Methodist Church, Sunday School and W.S.C.S. She taught an adult Sunday School Class for past ten years. The mother.of six children, Mrs Broadwater enjoys good health, anc maintains her 1 eight room home alone. Her hobbies are working In her vegetable and flower gar dens, entertaining, reading and visiting, and church work. president; Jane Rizer, Mt. Savage, secretary; and Nancy Vandevort, Danville, treasurer. It was voted that each club elect a delegate to represent it at Trail meetings, along with the local leader. The Boys Federation invited the 4-H Girls to its Achievement meeting November 15, at the North Branch Fire Hall at 8 p. m. Miss Justine Miller announced the Christmas open house for December 1 and 2 at the Extension office. Harry Dengler, extension forester, will give a demonstration on Christmas greens, showing how to arrange them in the home with afety. New officers will assume their The Gold Star Mothers will elect the nominating committee t a meeting tomorrow night at e American Legion Home here. Melvin WSCS will meet at 7:30 . m. tomorrow in the social room. Delegates will ' report at the meeting of Hadassah at 8 tomor- ow evening in the vestry room of B'erChayim Temple. We stern Maryland - Memorial s T urses Alumnae Association will meet at 7:45 p. m. tomorrow at the Nurses Home. The-sewing group of First Presbyterian Church will meet at 10 a. m. tomorrow in the lecture hall. The nominating •committee will eport at the meeting of the Union Grove Homemakers. Club tomorrow at 7:45 p. m. at'-the North Branch Fire -Hall.- : A turkey supper -will be held by the WSCS' of 'Kingsley 'Church Thursday at 5 p. m. at the church. Frisco Fire The San .Francisco earthquake accompanied by fire, occurred on April 18, 1906, with more than 500 dead or missing, and propertj damage between $250,0150,000 an $300,000,000. The W.S.C.S. of Melvin'Metho dist Church will meet tomorrow a ':30 p. m. in the social room o the church. The Men's Brotherhood of St Mark's Church will sponsor cafeteria dinner tomorrow evenin in the church school room from to 7 p. "m. '.-• • 1 t Mrs. Margaret Pompei, 206 Beall Street, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Mirkin, 223 Schley Street, have returned from Chicago. Dr. Mirkin attended clinics of the American College of Surgeons. Rev. and Mrs. David C. Watson, Baltimore, are visiting Miss Sophie Deneen and Miss Leah Deneen, 30J Decatur Street. Michael D. 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