Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 10, 1955 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, "MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600. for a WANT AD Taker Jayncees Discuss Projects For Thanksgiving, Christmas Church Group Will'Observe Anniversary Mrs. Albert Darby was hostess to the meeting of the Jayncees last evening at her home. Mrs. .Oscar Lashley presided. .Used clothing was collected foi distribution to needy families next week. Helping in the distribution will be Mrs. Earl Shank. Mrs. Raymond Dorn, Mrs. James Scott and Mrs. Lashley. 'Fuod for a Thanksgiving basket \yas brought and a turkey will be purchased to fill the basket for r tweedy family. Mrs. Ralph Reitei heads the committee io arrange for placing the basket. 'The Jayncees were asked to help the' Junior Association ol Commerce with the decorations for. the annual benefit dance for underprivileged children December 2 at the Clary Club. 'JThe Jayncees will also help the Jaycees with the purchase ol clothing for needy children at Christmas. "Plans were discussed for the dinner meeting December H. :>Irs. W. M. Wilson and Mrs. Robert Franklin assisted the hos less. .jRawlings WSCS will hold a ham supper tomorrow at .the church at 5 p.m. HERE'S SAGE AND POULTRY SEASONING - • Fat TAa( "HeliJay" flavor FRANK TIA A SPICI CO. (HI IKim-Dipl. D.'tL.Cipilnncti 1. Ohio The Woman's Society of Christian service of the Rawlings Methodist Church made final plans for a ham ;upper to be served to the public 2t the Rawlings Church tomorrow T! 5 p. m. at a recent meeting. Mrs. Raymond Crowe, vice president, presided at the business neeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Yohn. Mrs. Crowe led the devotions on -.he theme, "The ABC's of Medita- .ion." As this year marks the fifteenth anniversary of the organization of he Woman's Society of Christian Service, the group discussed plans tor the anniversary service December 15 at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Ml former members of the Rawlings society will be invited to attend and former presidents will be asked to give short talks. Following the business meeting the hostesses, Mrs. Grover Yohn and Mrs. Loy Kesner, served refreshments. Others attending were Mrs. Brownlee Armstrong, Mrs. C. R. Armstrong,, Mrs. Herman Duckworth. Mrs. Flo Durst, Miss Peggy Durst. Mrs. Frank' Ketterman, Mrs. Hayden Phillips. Mrs. Fred Psinier. Mrs. Floyd Shepherd, Mrs. Kenenth Sulser. Rev. Raymond Crowe, Stephen Crowe, and Grover Yohn,. Although the average American eats less than six pounds of rice a year, the average Louisianah eats 100 pounds. • - Contest Report Given At DAR Chapter Meet The "Good Citizen" contest Catholic Daughters Plan Holy Hour; Invited To Lecture Club Selects Hostesses For Hobby.Show' Court Cardinal Gibbons 529, Catholic Daughters of America, made plans for r. Holy Hour, No- sponsored by the Daughters- of the! vember 20^at 7:30 p. m. at St. ..„,.. . , I Patricks Church at a meeting American Revolution was reported | earlier jn [he wegk gt S[ on at the meeting yesterday ofig oc j a | c en ( er _ Cresap Chapter, DAR. at the home j Mrs Anna McCleary pres ided of Mrs. Paul' Glime, GepharlJR ep orts were gjven by'Mrs. Cecelia Drive. I Albright on the court's visit to Hap-0-Happy Club To Hold Yule Party Mrs. Glime, chairman, reported that all public high schools of the Sylvan Retreat, Mrs. Margaretj Miller on sunshine cards, and Mrs. Elizabeth McLean on the sale of read from ! Bryant, Baltimore, to be given in It. Patrick's Ch'urch Hall. Mt. Savage, November 13 at 8 p. m. Dr. Bryant's topic will be "A Dif- erent Drummer." Plans were made for a bake county have been contacted and christmas cards are participating. The contestj An j nv j ta tion was closes January 1. ' | Court Theresa, Mt. Savage, to Mrs. William Rankin, Lonacon-j attend a lecture by Dr. E. M. ing. was co-hostess. Mrs. John M. Robb presided at the meeting, which was' opened with the flag salute and a Thanksgiving prayer by Mrs. John Findlay, chaplain. Routine reports were given and the pre.-ident general's message was read by Mrs. Marshall Miller. Subscriptions were taken for the DAR magazine. Mrs. Robb reported on the state board meeting in Hagerstown, and a'talk on national defense was given ~by Miss Ella Hodgson, chairman of that committee. Miss Mary Brengle read a paper on the DAR National Congress. . f Two new members, Mrs. L. E. Randall and Mrs. Wylie M. Faw, were admitted.. A sunshine committee was formed with Mrs. Finley Thompson chairman. Plans .were made for rummage sale November 15 at 10 a. m. at 81 North Centre Street Others present were Mrs. Arch Hutcheson; Mrs. A. G. Fowler, Mrs. Frank Armstrong, Mrs. Walter Pierce, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Joseph Lichtenstein,' Mrs. Charles \V. Willison, Mrs. Albert Paye, Miss Fan Lloyd, Miss "-.ydia .Millman, Miss Ida Brandler, Miss Ruth Clauson and Mrs. W. P. Wendt, a guest. iale November 27 at SS. Peter md Paul Hall, and a rummage ;ale November 18 at the Canada Hose House from 6 to 8 p. m. Articles will be picked up, if neces- ary, by Mrs. Albright, PA 4-0126; Mrs. Hazel Soethe, PA 2-2890; VIrs. Julia Newman, PA 2-2784, ir Mrs. Allan Sell, PA 4-6640. Mrs. Newman, ways and means chairman, is in charge of arrangements. The next meeting will be a social session November 23, with Mrs. Gertrude Kelly and Mrs. Margaret Miller co-chairmen. §• •». FBI. AND SAT. ONLY SPECIAL PURCHASE £! '*S ft I.: LEATHER Reg. $4.00 Value A LUCKY PURCHASE .. SO WE'RE PASSlKlG THE SAVINGS"ON TO YOU .. 'IN'RED, BROWN, BLACK 'LEATHERS'AND SUEDES. 4 to 10 ... .-AA AND B 135 Baltimore St. •'• ^ • •: . '' J ,'.', Couldn't Prove Payment, This bewildered young man was sure he had made a cash payment on his garage bill, but he can't find the receipt and so has no proof of it. It would be far wiser for,him to pay all his bills with THR.IFTICHECKS and thus keep a record of all payments in his checkbook, have cancelled cheeks to prove them. A THRIFT/CHECK personal chc'^'ins account can be opened with any amount. No minimum balance is required, and the cost is only a few cents a check. Every THRIFTI- Cnr.CK customer has his name smartly printed on his checks at .no extra cost. You will never find yourself in this young man's embarrassing position if you have a THRIFTICHECK Account, so why not stop in soon and talk to us about opening one? Member Federal Depoiit Insurance J The Hap-0-Happy Club made for .its Christmas party at meeting and covered dish supper recently at the Girl Scout rlouse. Mrs. Marie Payne was chairman of the supper. The Christmas party will b? held December 2 at the Girl Scout -louse. Each member is -to bring a jingle gift and canned food for basket.-Mrs/Mounsey Smoak is chairman of entertainment anc Mrs. Hattie Cornell chairman 01 refreshments. The club made a donation of S? .0 Friends Aware. New members introduced included Mrs. Sarah Dentinger, Mrs. Jllie Dentinger, Mrs. Marge Richmond, Mrs. Marion Lynn and Mrs. Eileen Clark. Cards and games featured the entertainment following the business. Assisting Mrs. Payne, chairman of the supper, were Mrs. Jerry Huff and Mrs.' Shirley Short. Cresap'town MYF Holds. Hay Ride, Halloiveen Party The Cresaptown MYF held a hay ride and a Halloween party, the atter at the riome'of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowman. Keyser's Ridge. Those attending were Shirley Twigg, Iva Lou Flannigan, Pauline Winters, Donna Lease, Nancy ^uzier, Ginger Davis, Patty Sheetz, Lois Lee, Joyce Winters, Kitty Sindy, Darla Koerner, Peggy Wamsley. Ginger Winters. Carla Sue Long,' Victoria Boor, Irma larinigan, Sandy Martin. Janice 'hillips, Darlene Whetzel, Jean Stewart, Donna Shaffer, Jean Lilian, Sonja Hounshell and Patty Jodkins. ; , . Ray Stevanus, David Winters, David Stouffer, Donald Kidwell, Richard Love, James Richardson, Gary Moore, Charles Smith, Gary McKenzie, Harold Stevanus, Rich ard O'Neal, James May, Robert Swarner, Joseph Winters, Joseph Riley, Ronald Sindy, Donald Rennie, Fay Stevanus, Michael Roby- er, James Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. .Carl Winters, councilors, were assisted by Mr. Mrs. Arthur Stevanus, and tfr. and Mrs. Carl Bowman. The party was held in the barn which was decorated with Ian .eras, pumpkins and ; corn stalks. Bridge Novices To Play Tonight Duplicate bridge beginners will iave a Special 0 section at tonight's session of the Western Maryland Bridge Association at the Fort Cumberland Hotel. The regular full master point game be played by more experienced players. Seven tables were in play at the umberland Duplicate C 1 u b's charity game at the Elks Club They had 28 boards with a top ol six and an average of 84. Firsl place winners, North and South were R. A. Davis and George Bot- terf; second, Mrs. Harvey Aaronson. Miss Alice Stakem; third VIrs. Samuel Dezen. Mrs. Arthur Friedland: fourth, Mr. and Mrs J. D. Paddleford. East and West first place winners were Mrs. Bernard McGreevy, Mrs. Roy Valentine; second, Mrs. George Bottorf. . C. DeHaven; third. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Castelle; fourth, Mrs. Em- mctt Jones and Edgar Dawson. At the special master and non master championship game of the Potomac Valley Bridge Club at the Elks Club, there were seven tables in a "Three Quarter He-well" playing 26'boards with a top of six and average of 78. First place winners with 100 were Mrs. Mary Deal. Mrs. William Snyder: sec ond, with 96 plus, Mrs. George Bol torf, James Preskorn; third, with 86, Mrs. Milton Gerson and R. A Davis; and fourth with 81, William Dailey and George Bottorf. The Hobby Show, sponsored by he Business and Professional! SVomen's Club, will be held at the Public Library, November 15 to 18, rom 1 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p. m. daily. Hostesses selected at a meeting of the club last evening at Central Y.M.C.A. are Mrs. Kathleen Burke, Miss Margaret Walsh, Miss Mary Walsh, Miss Nan Livingstone, Miss Anna Agress, Mrs. Marian Heiskell, Mrs. Mary Burke, Mrs. Margaret Bittinger, Mrs. Effie Parsons, Miss Anna Durst, Miss Frances Nisbit, Miss Alpha-Bonita Priehard, Miss Maude Bean, Miss Mary Jo Logs don. Miss Kathleen Cumbee, Miss Eudora Jochum. Mrs. Dorothy Ringler, Mrs. Elizabeth Hollis, Mrs. Dessie Williams, Miss Edna Seifert and Miss Gerardine Pritchard. Persons desiring to exhibit hobbies may enter them without charge by calling Mrs. Karl Perry chairman, PA 2-4147. A demonstration on the use of the new voting machines-was given by William A. Wilson, c'hairman|MuUan and Mrs. Ellen McKenzi«.i of the eljction supervisors. Mrs. I Miss Helen Beck presided at the. Heiskell explained her duties as a" member of the grand jury. Mrs. Effie- Parsons, National security committee chairman, conducted a quiz on Civil Defense. The questions came from the group and were answered by the group. Others who participated in the program were Miss Marguerite Geady. • The Catherine Eye Circle of First Methodist Church will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Brook Heavener, McMullen Highway. Cars will leave the church at 7:15. - business session. Assisting with the ( hobby show will be Mrs. Emma Everstine, Miss Helen'Cherry, Miss Gertrude Ranck, Miss Agress, Miss Irene Lapp, Mrs. Heiskell. Mrs. Ringler, Miss Jane Botsford, Mrs. Sylvia Schwab, and Mrs. Lucille Me- day! The Past Grand Regents Club of Court Cardinal Gibbons, CDA, will meet today at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Charles Albright, 210 Cecelia Street. Events Briefly Noted The Staff Social Club of Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, scheduled to meet today, will not meet until November 22 at the nome of Mrs. Ann Drenning. Boone Street. Mrs. Lucinda White will je co-hostess. Melvin Methodist Church will hold a bake sale Saturday at the church at 11 a..m. The annual roll call of Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will be held Friday at 7:30 p. m. at Junior Order Hall. Refreshments will be served and a program.pre- sented. Sacred Heart Hospital Auxiliary is holding a rummage sale tonight Tom 6 to 9 at the Canada Hose House. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet at 7:30' p.m. tomorrow at the Junior Order Hall. The annual roll call will be held, refreshments served and a short program given. The Navy Mothers Club will hold a meeting and birthday party tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Legion Home here. "' Personals Mr. and Mrs. William Cleveland and* Mr. and Mrs. Benton Grill, Winchester, Va., visited their aunt, Mrs. Robert Cleveland, Hinkle Road. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Liller and children, Melinda and John, Wyandotte. Mich., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon'Liller, Rawlings. GIRLS' BLOUSES Sizes 3 to'14 Sport and Dressy Styles Prints & Plain $ 1 CARDELLS 150 BALTIMORE ST. \ SAVE NOW! \ BOYS- I COWBOY BOOTS , • All Itathtr Topi , • Two Shodn of Tan , % long Wearing Solti I • Rubbtr Ht»l» [ Sizes 8'/2 to 12 $«.97 > 121/2 to 3 » i KINNEY'S ' 119 Baltimore St. ; Beech-Nut Co ,U ee REGULAR • DRIP RICHER BEECH-NUT FLAVOR! Treat yourself to richer, heartier coffee at no extra cost... Beech-Nut! Famous blend of choice coffee beans from the world's finest growing centers. And discover how satisfying- an Instant can be. Try New Instant Beech-Nut Coffee- , 100" pure coffee! WHAT IS "DARYYL?" One of the essential amino acids, (Lysine) necessary to life itself, "Darvyl" is DuPont's trade name . for "Lysine". •= ' WHAT DOES IT DO? Provides in bread the same high quality proteins found in meat, cheese and eggs. DO I NEED THIS HIGH QUALITY PROTEIN? • A leading pediatrician, the late Dr. Phillip Jeans stated, "The majority of American children of preschool age are under-muscled because they fail to consume enough good quality protein". He ascribed the poor posture of most 4-year-olds to this cause. WHERE CAN I FIND THIS NEW DUPONT MIRACLE? IN ORT'S pRQ_ r^-S fc-<<s* J.-*X-x* FOOTER'S Super Special Dry Cltaned and Smartly Finishtd FOOTER & Co CLEANERS Thli Iptcial Pric* tfftctivt «l «ll ivr il*r*i in Cumbtrland, UV«I* . Fr«ithvr|, Kiy<*r «n4 Pi*dm»ni for • limited tim* *nly. Fall, dry dinning i«rvi<t *n rtqviit . . . N» Ixtre Charji*! DRESS SHIRTS LAUNDERED Finiihttl inrf

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