Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 9, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 9, 1955
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'SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MiX. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1955 Dial PA-2.4600 for a WANT AD Taker ^Miscellaneous Bridal Shower I3Honors Leota Broadwater of s. Dicken -Heads Happy Valley Club '••'• The Happy Valley Homemakers - Club met a'recent evening at the - home of Mrs. Boyd Sulser, Valley ^* -? oad - '' .. , table. --- The meeting opened with "^ciyde and Homer Beeman. instru- Lord's Prayer and the singing of A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Miss Leota Broadwater by her sister. Miss Lois Broadwater, at the home of their parents on Braddock Road. Miss Broadwater, daughter .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Broadwater, will be married to Raymond Michaels, grandson of Mrs Sarah Weber. December 10. A pink and white color scheme was carried out in the decorations flowers centering the Entertainment was given by "America." Roll call was answered with "My favorite cleaning method for walls and floors. Mrs. Sulser gave a demonstration on putting a per in a dress. Mrs. Ruth Price showed 'Thank You' card the club received from President and Mrs. Eisenhower. mentalisls. Guests were Mrs. Sarah Weber, Mrs. Flossie Beeman, Mrs. Delia Beeman, Mrs. Lillie Broadwater, Mrs. Edna Clark, .Mr. and Mrs. zip- Edgar Andrews, Mrs. Pearl Sisk, Mrs. Viola Broadwater, Mrs. Mary a Broadwater, Mrs. Theresa Broad water, Mrs. Ailene Wiland, Mrs. .Millicent Hardman, Mrs. Clara iGross, Mrs. Pauline Winters. Mrs. Election of officers was held.jFreda Crowe.Mrs Rachael Weber Mrs Harley Dicken was named and Mrs. John Wilson. ' vice president; Mrs. Albert Hille",.. .:gas, secretary and Mrs. Herman -...__.Rotruck, treasurer. Plans were completed for the an'" .."iual Christmas party December 1 :'..:/ the home of Mrs. Boyd Sulser. ;,;•'>; Refreshments were -..Mrs. F.'B.'Sulser. • ACID-INDISESTION? Take to**^ BISMA-REX Prompt, prolonged relief for acid-upset stomach. QQr 4Y4 oz. Jar OS 1 " FORD'S t| DRUG STORES SSf Cumberland and Frosrburg Joyce Broadwater, Lavana Bee j man, Mary Border, Virginia Simpson. Alice Albright, Theresa Cecil, Delores Eversole and Lois Broad water. Homer Beeman, Clyde Beeman, served by John ^ilson, Galen Broadwater, Darrell Broadwater, Stephen Welsh, and Leslie Broadwater. \Miss Ludman Pledge To College Sorority Miss Dorothy Ludman, - student at Ohio University, Athens, recently became .a pledge of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority at the college. »•• Miss. Ludman, daughter of ,!\Ir and Mrs. William;'B. Ludman, LaVale, was graduated from Allegany High'School in June. She was active in the musical organizations and worked on the schoo' paper and the year book: Local Group Hostess To BLE Circuit Parley Potomac. Circuit of the Grand In-i ernational Auxiliary to the BLE lad the Mrs.'C. L. Bretz Division 117 as hostess at a recent meeting at Odd Fellows Hail. Mrs. Evelyn Kesecker was elected president *.nd Mrs*. Grace Hayward, secretary. Both are members of Division 111, Martinsburg. Mrs. Gertrude Larrick won the! circuit prize. Plans were discussed 1 For the spring meeting in Martinsburg in April. A social hour was held and refreshments served. Mrs. Carrie Hosier, Mrs. Myrtle Hurley, Mrs. Olivia Shambaugh, Mrs. Roe Hoggard, Mrs. Naomi Weaver, Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs. Mary Null, Mrs. Ruth Myers, Mrs. Eleanor Adams and Mrs. Larrick represented the local division, while Mrs. Audrey Barger, Mrs. Georgia Bittner, Mrs. Martha Shade, Mrs. Bessie Alderton; Mrs. June Beard, Mrs. Kesecker, Mrs. Hayward, Mrs. Marie Harper and Mrs. Elsie Grove attended from Martinsburg. . Farm Women Elect Three New Directors Holy Cross Guild Plans Bazaar Here The Woman's Guild of Holy Cross Episcopal Church met a recent evening and honored Mrs. John Gerdeman and Mrs. George Furstenburg in celebration of their birthdays. Mrs. George Ward presided at a brief business session. Plans were made for a roast'beef supper and bazaar in the parish hall November 30. Mrs. James Day was named chairman. ' The next meeting, December 2, will feature a Christmas party, with Mrs. Harry Hall and Mrs. Harry Gross hostesses. — — ^Trinity Group '""* .Given Reports NO. 1 BEAUTY AUTHORITY SAYS: "Help keep energy up, , iveight.down with delicious high-protein, low-calorie special formula WHITE BREAD' 1 NO ADDED SUGAR, FAT '•' OR OTHER SHORTENING! Beffer Tosffngf Better Tocsft'ngf Baked by the Bakers of i OUT'S Sof-Spun BREAD The Ladies Aid Society of Trin ity Lutheran Church met a recent evening in the Youth Center. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Emory Snowman, president, and the reading in unison of the-.Lutheran Women's pledge. Reports I Catherine Missionary " : L e a g u e were given Arrnbruster, by Mrs secretary and Mrs. Lillian Dempsey, treas urer. Mrs. Cleo Knippenberg and Mrs Maude McKenzie, delegates to the Lutheran Women's Missionary League convention at Waynesboro Va.,_gavp their reports followed by group discussion. It was voted to send a'donation of $25 for chancel furnishings to Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Char lottesville, Va. l Mrs. Lester Warnick and Mrs Albert Kiiffner were appointed to meet with Rev. G. A. Wagner to plan for a scholarship fund for fu ;ure pastors and teachers to be sponsored by the society. Mrs. Rose Perdew .gave the nominating committee report a follows: Mrs. Lester Warnick and Mrs. Maude McKenzie, president Mrs. Emily -George and Mrs. Clei Knippenberg, vice-president, Mrs Ernest Schaidt and Mrs. "Catherine McGee, secretary;. Mrs. Alber Kiiffner and Mrs. Clara Kaldor treasurer. No additional nomina Lions were given from the floor The election Avill take plate at the December meeting. Circle leaders gave financial re ports for the year with Mrs; Min nie Brant reporting $189.25; Mrs Glenna Bauman, $176; and Mrs Louise Zimmerla, $160. Refreshments were served atj autumn decorated tables by Mrs. Hattie Eichelberger,' Mrs. Louise Zimmerla, Mrs. Clara Kaldor, and! Miss Norma Schlundt. . GENUINE GWALTNEY'S SMITHFIELD HAMS... Ib. BIRDSEYE FROZEN -v ft ft ORANGE JUICE... / cans iJa c 5 its. 99 GOLDEN VALE OLEO . . C OES Matrons, PatronsGroup To Be Guests The Past Matrons and' Past Patrons Association of Western Mary, land, Order of Eastern Star, will, be entertained by Cumberland Chapter 56, OES, Friday at 8 p. m. at Masonic Temple here. Mrs. Myra Martin, president, and Donald Paulrnan, vice presi. dent, will be officially received. All officers and members of t Association are welcome to atten i A turkey supper will be served at Kingsley Methodist Church to- i morrow from 5 to 7. p. m. PLEDGES HONORED-iThe annual ritual dinner honoring pledges of chapters of Beta Sigma Phi was held recently at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club. The pledges, left to right, are-Miss Ellen Newriam, Miss Helen Kerns and Miss Patricia Golden, Omicron chapter; Mrs. Genevieve Poorbaugh, Alpha Alpha chapter; Miss Frances Snoeberger and Mrs. Martha Van Horn, Omicron. Events Briefly ftoted The executive board of the Woman's Civic Club will meet at 10 a. m. tomorrow at the Public Li the brary. Mrs. G.-Morgan Smith will FirstBaptist Circle-Elects New-Officers The Associated Women of 'arm Bureau elected three new lirectors at the annual meeting a ecent evening at the LaVale Fire Hall. . They are Mrs. James .Morgan, .haft; Mrs, Wade Rice, North! Branch; and Mrs.'Marvin Hinkle,) Baltimore Pike. Each will serve hree years. Tellers were Mrs. Marshall Por- er, Mrs. Vernon Loar and Mrs. Shades' Harvey. Mrs. Arch Davis vas chairman of the nominating committee. A memorial service was .conducted by Mrs. Davis with Mrs.' Por- er, Mrs. Harvey and Mrs. Loar participating. Rev. Lewis Emerick sang the Lord'3 Prayer and offered a Thanksgiving prayer. Mrs. Edgar Matthews, presiding, introduced Judy Slider, Allegany bounty Farm Queen; Miss Ruth Clauson gave, the dis- rict director report. j i- : Talks were given by C. E. W«e.|M «*« 'J V 7,7 JD Baltimore, state secretary and Vic- ^IttotjfU-t:/ (i(LL n VIU, Dy tor Sulin, president of the Anne Arundel Farm Bureau. Mrs. Harry Barton led group singing with Mrs. Margery Chambers at the piano. The Associated Women were in charge of the' social hour and refreshments were served by the Young People's Grrup. preside. The Swahson Memorial . Bible Class of the Second Baptist Church will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Easter Collier, Williams at 7:30 p. m. St. . Mary's Mothers Club will imeet tomorrow in the church hall jat-8 p. m. Mrs.-Michael McDade •[and Mrs. William Staarman, Sixth Grade -mothers, will be in charge of. entertainment. Jerry Mullaney will demonstrate the new votirig machine. Mrs. A; D. Darby, Jr., will be hostess to the Jaycees tonight at her home, 212' South Allegany Street. Members .are to'bring items for a Thanksgiving basket. The Eckhart Homemakers Club will meet at 7:30 p; m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Cleo Gross Miss Mary. Wise, home'demonstra- tion agent, will give a demonstration. Roy Smith Honored At Birthday Party Roy Smith was honored at a parly a recent evening at the Elda, Braddock Road, in honor of his forty-ninth birthday. The table was centered with a large birthday cake surrounded by fall flowers. • Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Seals. Mr. and Mrs. John Winters, Mrs. Daisy Cromwell, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Davis, Mrs. Dorothy Mellotte, Mr. and Mrs. George Longr ?«r. and Mrs. Morgan S. Riley, Mrs. Vincent Wegman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Breighner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brinkman, Mrs. Smith, and Howard Fields. An oyster and ham supper will be Held by the Altar Society of St. Luke's Lutheran Church from Murphy Employes' "Tie"annual masquerade party 0; employes of the G. C: Murphy Store was held recently at Minke'S Cottage Inn. Round and square dancing. featured entertainmen with music by the.Sonateers. Johr Adams .called figures. Prizes for costumes were won by Sara • Stump,- prettiest;. Winnie Erode and Shirley Jones,.'funniest and Edna Yutzy, most original Judges .were George Wilson, Miss Edna Swayne, Raymond and Joan Self and Mrs. Catherine Rigdon. The refreshment committee was comprised of Violet Glass, Evelyn Rice, Juanita Walbert, Mamii Spearman and Doris Stonebreaker Games were arranged by Elean or Durst, Mary Davis, RosemarL Green and Robert Shuey.' Maryland has 1,289 miles o railroad. • ' • ;j until hall. 7 tonight at the church The Home Room Mothers Club will serve a turkey dinner at East Side School today from 5 to 7 p. m. for the benefit of the Parent- Teachers Association. it pays to shop at warhaft's .. . for • KIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS r's 79 North Centre St. The Christine Garnett Circle of he .First Baptist Church decided to sponsor. the Junior Girls Auxiliary 'or the coming year and elected new officers at its recent meeting at the home of Mrs._John L Vandegrift, The Dingle. The officers are Mrs. Vandegrift, .eader; Mrs. A. D. Sherman, co- .eader; Mrs. Sherman, treasurer, and. the chairmen are Mrs. Henry T. Humphreys, publicity: Mrs. Wil- 3ur Pullin, program; Mrs. J. H. Judy, mission study; Mrs. Charles community missions; Mrs. B. L. Moreland, Young People; and Miss Mary Moxley,' prayer. ' The devotional was conducted by Mrs.. Pullin who also, presented the program on "the topic, "Hearts Desire." Mrs. . Vandegrift" offered prayer and presided at' the meeting. It was decided to meet at 1:30 p. m. instead of 2. and to send cards to the sick and shutins. A study course on "Foreign Missions" will be held November 17 at 10 a. m. Members are to bring a box lunch. The Circle will meel at 2 p. m. at the church. A study course for Intermediates at 4 p. m will be followed by supper. Elizabeth Murray Heads LaVale 4-H' The LaVale 4-H Girls Club elected officers at a recent meeting at the LaVale Fire Hall. Elizabeth Murray was elected president; Joy Laber, vice president; Joy Luckiewiscz, secre tary; Mary Margaret Smith, treas urer: and Sharon O'Rourke, re cording secretary. Activities for the year will centei around food, clothing and family life. Members will give demonstra tipns in the three categories ai meetings. Marlene Brings was electee Trail delegate for county meet ings. Mrs. Ted Kloppenstein and. sons, i ,ynn and David, have returned to) Elkhart, Ind., after visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Chester lelmick, Pinto. Mrs. Helmick is convalescing at her home follow« surgery at Memorial "Hospital. Mrs. Thorner Defibaugh. Braddock Farms,- has returned home 'rom Sacred Heart Hospital. . Miss Clarabelle Couter, 224 \ T orth Lee Street, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. Mrs. C. M. Sheets, 232 Baltimore Avenue, is a patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. Personals ORMOND 100% TOP-TO-TOE S-T-R-E-T-C-H NYLONS Special $ At 1.00 „ DESIGNED FOR PERFECT FIT T jrniond. ^_^ ' : . •»«>•» 105 BALTIMORE ST. HAND AND BODY LOTION 1 PLUS TAX LIMITED TIME ONLY 301/2 N. Centre St. PA 4-09803 PESKIN'S Johnson Heights School PTA executive committee will meet at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at the school. Pleasant Grove Homemakers tvill meet tonight at the Baltimore Pike Fire Hall at 6 for a covered dish supper. Each member is to bring her place setting. 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