Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 15, 1955 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for m WANT AD Tak« Navy Mothers Clubs Planning -State Meeting Here Saturday 'Plans for the state meeting ol the Navy Mothers Clubs to be helc" here Saturday were made at a meeting of the local organization the home of Fort Cumberland Tost 13, American Legion. * The state meeting will begin with a ham supper for state officers and members at the Legion Home at 5 p. m. jpday Reservations must be made to Mrs. Leannah Golden. Chairman for the supper, 613 Elm 'Street, phone PA 4-2018. „.„. The regular meeting scheduled •".for November 25 will be held with state meet Saturday. All offi- •ccrs will'wear white. The meeting $K will begin at 7 p. m. with a "pro: 3f gram and entertainment followed 3f ; - by a bazar. Reports were given by Mrs. Sal- Christmas, anyone wishing to sew may go to Mrs. Nave's home, 92; Bedford Street, where she has ai: the material for the project anc Mrs. Goldie Hare, ways and means. Two prizes donated by Mrs. N T ave and Mrs. Flora Barnstricker were won by Mrs. Pitts and Mrs. Hare. Following the meeting a birthday party was held for members having birthdays in September and October. Mrs. Florence Chandler was chairman. .- . ly Engle on .supper; Mrs. the recent ham B e rt h a Simpson, f. sunshine chairman; Mrs. 31iza-; Nave, sewing, reporting thatj connection with the new project J2 .for handicapped children for and Alice Moore circles will meet. First Baptist Mission wroup Meets Thursday The Women's Mission Society of First Baptist Church will hold a study course on foreign missions Thursday at 10 a. m. at the church. Members will bring box lunches and at 2 p. m. the Christine Garnet Bedutifully tailored by PILOT with basic jewel-neck,, fine tucking and pearl buttons on ihe back".'.". Washable tissue crepe in Pink, Lilac, Coral,} Mint,-Brown,'Grey, Navy and Black, Sizes 32-40 I 3.98 Main Floor •i KITCHEN TIPS • NUMBER 8 Here are some Autumn homemaking suggestions from the kitchens of your local electric light and power com- oany and its Home Service Advisors. We hope you will End ttem useful. To pep up plain canned or pre-cooked beans, fry an onion in bacon far several minutes, then add beans and lorne brown sugar. It's easy to freshen shredded coconut—just soak in fresh milk with a dash of sugar, for a few minutes. Or, place in sieve, set over boilmg water and steam until moist. • The most dreaded after-dinner chore fades away when you have one of the new electric dishwashers. To remove odors from jars and bottles, pour a solution of water and dry mustard into them and let stand for several hours. • •% Salted nuts, caramel corn, potato chips keep their flavor and'crispness better when stored in your home freezer. Avoid "boil-overs" when cooking spaghetti or macaroni - add one tablespoon of cooking oil or shortening to the water. . . ' • Refrigerator ice cream will have a better texture if it is removed from the tray and beaten with a rotary beater once during freezing .' '. beating incorporates .air and keeps ice crystals small. If an electric blender is used, no beating during the freezing process is required. • * -. Never attempt to re-can any food that has begun to spoil ... it's a difficult process and the results may be dangerous. .'....- There's a.frcc new recipe booklet, "Reddy's Recipes," waiting for you at our local office. Get your copy now by writing to our Home Service Advisor «t the nearest office of the POTOMAC EDISON CO. Miss Jane Keyser Becomes Bride Of D. E. Fishel Announcement of the marriage of 'Miss Jane Lee Keyser, to Don aid Erwin Fishel, Green Spring, W. Va, has been made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Keyser, Oldtown. The double ring ceremony. was performed November 5 by Ret?. William Anderson of the Oldtown Methodist Church. Miss Patsy McCoy was maid of honor and the bride's only attendant. Thomas Ginevan served as best man. Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained with a wedding dinner. The couple will reside in Alexandria, Va., where; Mr. Fishel is employed. Events Briefly Noted The North Cumberland Homemakers Club will meet Thursday at 1:15 p. m. in the recreation hall of Fairview Avenue Methodist Church. The drill team of Our Flag of Cumberland Council 100, Daugh- :ers of'America, will hold a rummage sale tomorrow from 10 a. m. o 4 p. m. in the basement of Junor Order Hall. The Ladies Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will meet :omorrow at 7:30 p.- m. in the Sunday school room. Mrs. Raymond Hewitt will be in charge of the business session and Mrs. Edward Wilson and her. committee will conduct the social session. Cresap Chapter, DAR, will have a rummage sale at 81 North Centre Street until 8:30 p. m. today. The W.S:C.S. of Emmanuel Methodist Church, Humbird Street, will lold a.pork and kraut supper and sazaar in: the..social hall of the church today from 5:30 to 8 p. m. .. Templar-Sbmervillev Circle :of First Presbyterian Church will meet in the Templar Room tomorrow- at 1 'p. m. for an important 'inal planning meeting for "Ye Ole Village Mart." It will not be a uncheon meeting but refreshments will be served-with Mrs.' Adolph Blunk as hostess. .""..The Spangler-Haenftliffg^'Circle of First Presbyterian Church -will meet in the Templar room today at 8 p. m. Court Cardinal Gibbons No. 529, Catholic Daughters of America will hold a rummage sale Friday at the Canada Hose House from 6 .until 8 p. m... Mrs. Julia Newman in charge. Donations may be picked up by calling Mrs.. Cecelia 1 Albright. PA 4-0126; Mrs. Hazel Soethe, PA 2-2890, Mrs. Newman, PA 2-2784 or Mrs. Margaret Sell, PA 4-6640. The Eight and Forty of -Cumberland Voiture 164 Forty and Eight Auxiliary will hold its' regular meeting tonight at 6 o'clock at the Post Home, Harrison Street. Mrs. Harney, chapeau, will preside and plans for the Christmas party will discussed. The Baltimore and Ohio Co operative .Traffic Program will lold a dinner-dance at the AH Ghan Shrine Country Club this evening. Dinner will be served at 6:30 and dancing will be from 9 to 1 to music of Art Shaffer and his orchestra. The affair will be semiformal. J. Raymond Beck will give the invocation. T. J. Klauenberg, Cumberland Division superintendent, will serve as toastmaster and the principal speaker will be John H. Bliss, general chairman : of CTP, Baltimore. G. F. Wiles, superintendent of motive power, Baltimore, will be a guest. Charles F. Hare is chairman of :he party, assisted by W. Paul Yarnall. Leo Byrd is in charge of reservations. Reception committee is com' )osed of A. E. Beckman. E. M. Scherch, Roy W. Eves, Milo Clem, i. W. Brown, J. W. Price Jn, J. F. Peach, W. Paul Batts, M. W/ roves, Nelson Kaylor, Harry Martin, and E. C. Kilroy. Dinner music will be furnished >y Mrs. Grayson Lucas, Mrs. Walter Wheeler and Harold Vladdy. The floor committee: A. E. Burner, William E. McCIeary, larl Conn, Paul W. Moore. Door committee: J. J.-Carney, and R. L. Ketzner. LaVale Baptist Class Installs New Officers The Edith.Ledbetter Class of the LaVale Baptist Church- met recently at.the home of Mrs. Victor Smith, Parkside Boulevard, -.LaVale. ; •,:,•'•-••• . •"•;''•.-:' •• The devotional was conducted by VIrs. John Coleman, retiring president. Mrs.".C. F. Frith installed the new officers. They are Mrs. John Sarncord, president; Mrs. Joseph Snow ..vice president; Mrs.. Victor Smith, secretary, and Mrs. Stanley Bane, treasurer. Mrs. Coleman reported that new shrubbery had been purchased and plahted in front of the church. This was a class project. Plans were formulated for a •hristmas dinner for the members and their husbands, to be held December the 8, in the church recreation room. Miss Sandra Smith played several selections on the accordion. Mrs. Florence Trumbull, a new nember, was welcomed. 'Others present were Mrs. John Jesse, Mrs. •> Brooks Smith, Mrs. John Lewis, Mrs. Donald McGill, Urs. Alfred Irby, -Mrs. David Lauder and Mrs. Baxter Day. Mrs. John Appel Feted On Birthday Mrs. John Appel, 514 Fairview Avenue, was entertained with a family dinner Sunday in honor of her 89th birthday, which she ob served yesterday. The former Miss Mary Michaels daughter of the late Harmon and Catherine Michaels, Mt. Savage, she became the bride of the late John Appel of Cumberland on April 20, 1892. Mrs. Appel is the mother of three children. Miss Eleanor Appel. Mrs. Gordon Leatherman and Edward F. Appel. She is one of the.oldest members of St. Luke's Lutheran Church and the oldest member of the Altar Society of the Church. • Mrs. • Appel enjoys good healtt and does a lot of reading and sewing. Ursuline Auxiliary will hold the regular monthly meeting today at 8 in SS. Peter and Paul hall. The Missionary Society of St. Luke's Lutheran Church will hold a rummage sale tomorrow at 11 a. m. in the church social hall. This we*k GODFREY HIMSELF tells about his big radio idea and the accident that changed his life. When Arthur first broke into radio, he tried to imitate famous • announcers —and flopped! Then came his big idea. You'll learn about the time when he had to hold down two jobs to make ends meet, and why he decided not to'accept his commission in the Coast Guard. Arthur tells you all about his near-fatal automobile accident, and how it gave him a completely new radio personality! Don't miss the year's biggest —and most exciting—story from the world of'»how business. Get your copy of the Post and read it today! Out todiy-M M MWlltMNll POSI Dinner-Dance Planned Today By B And 0 Traffic Program Mrs. Flora Higgins Entertained On Her 80th Birthday Mrs. Flora Higgrns was honored recently on her eightieth birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Tippen, 703 Louisiana Avenue. The house was decorated witn fall flowers and a four-tiered cake centered the refreshment table. Mrs. Tippen was assisted in serving By Mrs. Frank Ratke and Mrs. James Sweitzer. and Mrs. Blanche McKnight presided at the punch bowl. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Higgins and daughter, Dorothy, of Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. James Sweitzer,. Petersburg, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. William J. Easton and daughters, Rosemarie and Theresa, of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Higgins and son,. William, of Little Orleans; Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph Bolt, Eckhart, and Mrs. Lena Twigg, Everett, Pa. Cumberland guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Twigg and daughters Ann and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hull and son, William, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ratke, Mrs. Rose Klosterman and daughters, Vickie, Jeanie and Debbie, Mrs. L. R. Underdonk and Mrs. Anna Van. WSCS of Trinity Methodist Church will meet today at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Wagner, 442 Pennsylvania Avenue: There arc about 180 species of holly, the Christmas shrub. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frost of LaVale have returned from St. Petersburg and Miami, Fla: Mrs. Gleo F. Martens, 309 North Centre Street, is improving' at her home after undergoing a major operation in Memorial Hospital. Joseph H. E. Martens, 309 North Centre Street, is a patient in Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Grove and daughter, Carol Ann, 724 Hill Top Drive, are spending November on Siesta Key at Sarasota, Fla. Mrs. G. Frank Malin, 418 Washington Street, left today for Catasauqua, Pa., to visit he'r son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Chesley V., Daniels. Wall And Floor Cleaning Methods Outlined To Club Three nominations for vacancies n offices were made at a meeting if the Spring Gap Homemakers ;iub at the Community Center. They are: Treasurer, Mrs. Lynn Bishop';' secretary, Mrs. Walter Taschenberger, and mental health chairman, Mrs. Joseph Steger. The committees for the Christmas party are: Food, Mrs. John W. Wheeler; Miss Alma Taschen- >erger and Mrs. James Jones; decorating, Mrs. William L. Mc- £enzie, and games, Mrs. Walter Taschenberger. Miss Mary Wise, county home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on walls and floor reatment, explaining various ways as to qualities, types and colors of materials. EoE call had the . members answering their favorite cleaning methods for walls and floors. The community fair sponsored by the club realized 536.09, it' was reported. The next meeting will be held December 8 with each member bringing a jingle gift. ,ocal Sisterhood Vteets, Tomorrow B'er Chayim Sisterhood will hold ts regular -luncheon meeting tomorrow afternoon in the Temple vestry room. Mrs.'• Maurice Mil>erg will preside. Mrs. Irving Millenson is chairman of the luncheon. Mrs. A. J. Wirkin will give a review of Anne •Jndbergh's book, "Gift Of The Sea." , . The committee assisting in uncheon arrangements is cprn- msed of Mrs. Bertram Lazarus, Urs. Max Spear, Mrs. Irving losenbaum, Mrs. George Klein, Mrs. William Schindler and Mrs .. M. Kamens. Creative Writing Group Will Meet The Creative Writing Group of the Cumberland Branch of the American Association of University Women will meet today at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Alice Fry, Frost Avenue. Mrs. Ray Carroll will .talk on "Weather" at the meeting of the Garden Study Group tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Kahn, Corriganville. The International Relations Group will meet November 30 at 8 p. m., at the home of Miss Margaret Baker, 313 Greene Street. if it's NEW it's at Annual Hobby Show Of BPW Opens Today At Public Library The third annual hobby show of the Cumberland Business and Professional Club opened today in the Cumberland Free Public Library. The exhibit will be open from 1 to 5 p. m. and from 7 to 9,p.-m. through Friday. The three best entries in both the creative arts and collections will be selected by popular vote. Ribbons will be atta'ched to the Winning exhibits for the last day. Included among the hobbyists who have entered exhibits are Mrs. Marian Heiskell, needlework; Miss Helen Cherry, cearmics; Louis Young', candlesticks; Mrs. Lewis Millbolland Jr., hooked rug; Miss Gertrude Ranck, wood carvings; Mrs. ' Anthony • Cioni, ceramics; Mrs. Aden Everstine, chair caning; Dr. Lillian C. Compton, needlepoint; . Mrs. . Mary -Minghine, paintings; Mrs. Wilma Winters, paintings; Mrs. E. I. Phillips, summer flowers saved for winter; Miss Helene Knippenberg, 'photography; Mrs. Gay Clark, ceramics; Miss Mary Walsh, rare books; Mrs. WILCO-SEAL AND • LINGERWETT • WONDER PASTE • WIL-BOND NOW AT WEBSTER'S WALLPAPER & PAINT 414 N. CENTRE ST. Cora Perry, rug; Mrs. J. H. Stitely, daisy and button glassware; Miss Evelyn Mower, needlework; Mrs. Roy Ringler, old dishes; Mrs. Ellen McKenzie, African violets; Mrs. Phyllis McGaughy, earrings; Mrs. Irene Critzman, ceramics; Mrs. Roy Eves, aprons; Mrs. Virginia Morris, artificial flowers; Mrs. Helen Schwab, jewelry, and Mrs. Russell Valentine, braided rug. Among those assisting Mrs. Karl G. Perry, chairman, as hostesses are Mrs. Emma Everstine, Miss Irene Lapp, Miss Helen Cherry, Miss Gertrude Ranck, Mrs. Lucille McGeady, Mrs. Sylvia Schwab and Miss Helen Beck, president of the Cumberland BPW. . URS. GENE HILL, Denver, Colo., uys: "I hive fxitb in St Joseph Aspirin For Children. No need to cut'tablets. 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