Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Talcer • jArt Group Has Exhibit Of Handiwork At Chaires Home Class To Hear Mrs. Cook Tell Of Trip Abroad Mrs. John G. Cook, Frostburg, wDl speak at the meeting November 17 of the Philathea Class of! man of District fine arts and Stateh ant Mr.;. Richard W. Kirsch, Mrs. {centre Street Methodist Church at: •«***nfff> ! * lUrt—* n TJnn rtrtx* •*«*•! Xfre I ail*. ••>. J • _ — OU A ...HI ..I..... 4 ,...!__.! • t!\The Art Group of the Woman's Civic Club featured a display of articles at the meeting Wednesday 'at the home of Mrs. G. Bates Chaires, 203 Greene Street, chair- knit dress made by Mrs. Chaires. needlepoint chair seats, knit jackets, hook rugs and other articles. Hostesses were Mrs. Raymond MacDonald. Mrs. Edmund L. No- crafts. Mrs. T. Donald Shires, Art iAlbert D. Heacox and Mrs. Law-|7 : 45 p . m . She will show techni- LaVale Century Club Marks Know Your Library Month" feroup chairman, was in charge of the program, the theme being "Let's Exchange Ideas." Christmas decorations were shown and "discussed. The group was urged by Mrs. jChaires to start work for the District and State exhibits in April. ." -The display, featuring articles! which had won awards in bothi Members of the La Vale Century Club celebrated "Know Your L : brary Month" Tuesday by tellin stories to the children in the firs four grades of Parkside and La Vale Schools. Members participating in the rence M. Nugent. jcolor motion pictures she took of story-telling program were Mrs The next meeting will be heldjpiaces of interest on her trip to December 1 at the Public Library jointly with members of the Gar- Europe during the past summer. Miss Viola Williamson, New John Lucas, Mrs. Robert Dezen Mrs. Harvey Dezen. Mrs. Jacl Higgins, Mrs. Floyd Cozad, anc' Mrs. Paul Stair. The Fifth and Sixth Grade child- den Group of the Civic Club, and j York City, accompanied Mrs. C»o will be in the form of a workshop j on the "trip. They first visited for Christmas 'decorations. (Paris, where they spent five daysmen of both schools made poster. 1 ——: :—;— land nights, later going by Airjpublicizing the- LaVale Public Li- A turkey supper will be heliijFrance to Nice, and then to Romejbrary. sponsored by the Centura- tomorrow at 5 p. m.'in the dining [for a stay of. several days. NaplesjClub. Posters will be placed ir i,-ll ir IU« Takonnn Plmrnh Un^ Cnrontn woro vicita/{ in TfaHr bUSWCSS OlSiCGS 1H LaVale. PrfZCS local and state exhibits, included aJArtemas, Pa. COMPLETi ^PRESCRIPTION SERVICE LJchtenitein't , . Medical Arts Pharmacy $emu»l Wtrrtteimer Ntrth liberty it. FRiE DEllVEJtY Dial PA 4-3730 Pool. sacht *m£. iGraceful ;tines for You I •.The 'two piece suit 'dress that brings you • : -dl the grandeur oj Paris, the-hand'beaded motif adds a perfect touch of glamour, to the fine graceful lines of this, the costume that, .will probably He the' most complimented in your wardrobe. •; COLORS—Beige, ' ':.. Jade,-Gold, Pink. Sizes 10-20. $2998 v i forty-seven^ baltimore street After a boat trip to Capri, and a visit to the famous Blue Grotto they returned to Rome and then to Pompeii with its many points of interest, including, a stopover at the renowned Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi. Next were visits business places in LaVale. Prizes will be given to the best one from each school. Mrs. William Barger. Library chairman, told the children that the Library is open on Mondays and Wednesday from 7 to 9 p. m. and on Saturdays from 2 to 4 j aged to join and informed that i bookmarks, were to be given to all persons' visiting the Library during the month. "The library, is located in the LaVale Rexall "-Drug Store. . to Florence, Venice, Milan andjP- m. The children were encour- Lake Como. Their, further travels included Switzerland, Basle on the border of Switzerland and France with the beauty of the Rhine, Luxembourg. Belgium and Amsterdam, Holland. From Holland they traveled "'to Copenhagen, Denmark,. Stockholm, Sweden, and Oslo.^ Norway, a scenic Fjord trip of six days, and back to Amsterdam. From there they drove to Rotterdam for a short stay before sailing for home. Visitors are welcome to attend the meeting. St. Mary's Sodality. Plans Yule Party :- St. Mary's Sodality will hold its Christmas party December 4. The party committee, named at the recent meeting, is comprised of Mrs. George Crass, Mrs. Thomas Dunn, Mrs. Calvin Hudson, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs'. Mary , Abbott and Mrs. Mary Mon'teleone." '':.-• New m embers - were ..welcomed into the Sodality and a donation of $100 voted to the school fund;.. Mrs. John Clancey presided and welcomed the new members. She asked members to go to Holy Communion on .the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, December 8. Miss Blanche Brinker talked on the origin of the • scapular! Received into the.Sodality were Deloris'Cifala, Joann Lieuck, Mary Ann Heiner, Patricia Spearman, Monica Martin. Mary Frances Spicer, Gale Hollen, Arlene Davis, Mary Niland. Judy Hasselberger, Patricia King, Dorothy Whalley, Joan Wolf, Sharon Dyer, Joyce Keech, Mildred McCusker, Caroline McCullough, Bonnie Fisher, freshmen at St. Mary's High School, and Mrs. Edgar Lee Hollen, Events Briefly Noted The Twiggtown Homemakers Club will meet tomorrow at 7:30 m. at the home of Mrs. Walter Bender. Members are to '• bring articles for the hobby sale, - and needles, thread and material for'a bound buttonhole demonstration; The Short Gap Fire Company and Ladies' Auxiliary will .hold a :urkey supper tomorrow from 4:30 .0 7:30 p. m. at the fire hall; Hurley's Branch WSCS will hold bake .sale tomorrow at 10 a. in. Kolb's Garage, Flintstone. The Ladies Auxiliary of : the LaVale Fire Company will .meet at p. m. today at the fire hall. at Mrs. Earl Warner, Baltimore Pike, is a patient in George Washington University Hospital, Washington. • • _ :• •'" INTERIOR DECORATING • FURNITURE • PIANOS • ORGANS : • CARPETS,/ • WALLPAPER • FABRICS ; CUSTOM DECORATOR FABRICS You con .enjoy the luxury of specialized interior decoration and superb 'home furnishings at sur- . . prislngly low cost by consult- ' ,Jng Seifert's. We are equipped to give you complete decorating 'servic* as well as the finest of home furnishings, pianos and organs. We'll be most happy to work with you on any decorating job . . .small or large! :13 - M Frederick St. , :' , At the City Holl Plaza USE YOUR FIRST NATIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT - Shower Fetes Bride-Elect Mrs. Richard P-'Leo entertained at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. Carroll "Gilmore, 516 Cumberland Street, in honor of Miss Priscilla Ann Tasker, whose marriage to Ronald I. Screen takes place tomorrow, i. Miss Tasker. daughter of Mr. and : Mrs. C. Bernard Tasker, 429 Beall Street, and Mr. Screen, son of Mrs. Bernice Screen, Narrows Park, will be married" in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. A yellow color motif was carried out in the floral decorations of the gift table.. >:.Guests included ?Jrs. Tasker, Mrs. Screen. Mrs; Frederick Barnard, Mrs. William £s T elson, Miss Joy Tasker, .Miss.Diane Tasker, Miss Helen Tasker, -Miss Angela Davis, Mrs. Robert A. Davis, Mrs. J. Carroll Gilmore. Mrs. Ralph Sell Jr., Mrs. Dawn Koelz, Mrs. Emma Tasker, Mrs.. William Hixenbaugh, Mrs.'' Samuel Welchans and Mrsi E.'A. Dashiell. ' Mrs.: William, A. 'Glasgow, Washington, is spending;-,the weekend with her brother; and 'sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Dpub, 748 Washington Street. Drama-Group OfFSTC Holds Annual Event The,annual first semester dinner it Kappa Xi of Alpha Psi Omega, intional dramatic honorary fraternity of Frostburg: State Teachers College, was .held a recent night ?.t the Ali Ghan Country Club. Preceding the .dinner, Miss Dorothy Stone White gave the pledge and initiation was conducted by the officers.. . The fraternity flowers, violets. combined with moonlight blue and amber candles, centered the table. James B. Stpughton, producer of the Jennerstbwn Little Theatre, explained-how actors are obtained and paid, stages of apprentice, and selection of plays. Following the party, the group visited at the home of Miss Sophie Deneen, 301 Decatur Street, which Mr. Stoughton declared is "a mid- Victorian house, like a stage setting." Later they went to Compton Hall where Stoughton was shown the facilities for drama productions. • •. " . : Benefit Dance ToBeHeklBy Jr. Civic Club The annual semi-formal dance of Subect (y ToEelloivship Thel'.Christian Women's Fellowship of : the First Christian Church. Bedford; Street, will hold a Christmas 'party, December 9, it was decided at the recent meeting at the church. Airs. Wesley C. Light presided and conducted the devp- tioriail.'J;",' ',„ " '/£ Miss'.-Joy Jackson talked, on "American Indians,', 1 ', and. told of the progress they have made in education, agriculture and religion. The; .Fellowship will send a Christmas box to the :Emily Flinn Hometfor the aged-'-'at'Marion/Irid. A report:'was given by'Mrs. Ethel Wakjer" on the Christmas party to be held in'the social room of the church December 9. Others attending were Mesdames Robert Painter, George MacDonald^ Hazel Jackson, Marcella Johnson; Owen Smith,. Ada Kerns, Ida'.'.Jones, Alice "May, W'. A. Sprill, Leona McClellan, Alice Boyer. Lambda Chapter Will Hold Christmas Party December 13 Lambda chapter of-Beta Sigma Phi met earlier in the week at the home of Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis. 222 Harrison Street. Mrs. Sara. the Junior Woman's Civic Club'f . • , .'„..«. Rank presided. will be held November 2o at the, R was dedded [hat lhe Cumberland Country Club. 1 Christmas party will be-held ini Art Shaffer's orchestra will play the form of a dinner at the Clary j from 9 to 1. Sandwiches and cof- Club. December 13. All thosej Mrs. Betty Green, Mrs. Jean Green, Mrs. Florence Snelson. Mrs. LaVonne Young. Mrs. Norma Emerick, Mrs. Ruth Wood. Mrs. Lois Nickle, Miss Mildred Blades and Miss Erma Harshbarger. fee will be available. Mrs. Conrad Honing is chairman and the proceeds will go to Friends Aware of Handicapped Children. Mrs. Edward Sokolowski, chairman of the, candy sale at the dance, is now taking orders. Three new" * members, Mrs. George Carney Jr., Miss Kay Avers and Mrs. Robert _Downey, were welcomed at the club meeting Tuesday 'night at the Girl Scout House. ' .."'.Robert Pence,' director; of the City -Recreation Department, spoke arid showed movies.of the summer program. He explained the reasons for the - limited program of winter activities. Guests were Miss Rae ^Coleman and Mrs. Richard Daily/A social concluded the meeting with Mrs. Bruce Douglas as hostess chairman, assisted by Mrs. William Daily; Mrs. Marvin Kaplon, Mrs. Galen Metzger^Mrs. Allan Macy and ~Mrs_ Nelson Sellers^. '.. '. planning to attend are to notify Mrs. Betty Green by November 22. | Members will bring canned food! to the next meeting for the white. Thanksgiving offering. ! .The program was .conducted by) Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis and Miss) Erma Harshbarger who discussed "Introductions and Invitations." 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