Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 16, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Tak«r Mothers Club Yule Dance Plans Made •'Arrangements for the annual Christmas Dance of the Mothers T'Club were completed at a meet- 'ing of the organization Monday in .Happy Hills Restaurant. The event, with admittance by - invitation only, will be held Friday, December 16, at the Cumberland .Country Club. . 'Mrs. Richard Bruce is dance ^chairman assisted by Mrs. Rich- ard Johnson and Mrs. W. Edward Solomon. Mrs. R. W. Hirch was hostess to the club and Mrs. William Claus - presided. - Mrs. Waldo Harshberger introduced Mrs. John J. Long who soke on the organization and pro- ss of Friends Aware of Handicapped Children. She reminded the jnembers that this week is second 'annual National Retarded Children Week. ; The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of .:Mr&'Edgar Kendall Monday, December 5. (Miss Jane.Chappell To Wed ' ' , . i ' ' • Lt. J. H. Radclif f e Saturday Miss Jane Chappell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Chappell, 431 Cumberland Street-, has selected Friday as the date of her marriage to Lt. James H. Radcliffe, U. S. Marine Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Radcliffe, 803 Trost Avenue. ' • ' The wedding will be solemnized at 7 p. m. in Centre Street Methodist Church with Rev. How. ard Amoss, pastor, officiating. Mrs. John R. Bryan. Brookville, Md., will be the bride's matron of honor and only attendant. "Civic Club To Hear Talk On Jane Frazier Harry I. .Stegmaier, attorney, will speak on "Jane Frazier" at a meeting of the Woman's Civic Club tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. in Emmanuel Episcopal Parish House. •' The literature Group of the club, with Mrs. Frank Spoerl as chairman, is in charge of the program, j The bridegroom will have his father as his best man. Ushers will be J. Welch Hardman, Washington, and Dr. David H. Miller. Traditional wedding music will be played by Mrs. Kenneth F. Beck, organist, and James Hager will be soloist. No formal invitations are being sent but the families welcome all friends to attend. A reception will be held in the church social room following the ceremony. First Baptist Classes To Meet Two bible classes of First Baptist Church have scheduled meetings tomorrow and Friday. The Rohrer-Herpich class will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller, Cresaptown. Wives will attend. ...... • . •' The-Mizpah class will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Stanley Morris, 508 Eastern Avenue. .. ..-.'. The study 'course" for the intermediates and juniors will be held n the church at 4 p. m. tomorrow. Supper will be served fol- owing the course. "SPECIAL FORMULA WHITE BREAD HELPS CONTROL WEIGHT" V * f- •ays ANITA COLBY, America's Number 1 Beauty Authority^ • "As America's highest paid cover girl, motion picture executive, charm consultant and writer on beauty, I've: had to learn just about all the. slenderizing 'secrets and techniques," says top beauty authority, Anita Colby. . "And the simplest o£ them all is this:: Fight hunger .pangs by eating Lite Diet, the' Idelicious, high-protein, low-calorie, special formula.white- bread before, between and during meals. "Lite Diet Bread takes the edge aft appetite, helps you avoid over-, eating. And, because it's baked with no added sugar or fats, no , lard or other shortening, two slices of Lite Diet contain less, calories than the average apple." Watch; those first three pounds arid you'll never be overweight. For that trim, slim look get delicious, oven-fresh Lite Diet Bread, today! BY THE Bakers of Ms Sof-Spun Poetry Used In Program Of Club Here Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Stein have returned from a' three-month holiday in" Europe and will leave here in a few weeks for their \viri~ ter home at Lauderdale-by-the Sea, Fla. Out of town guests here for th wedding of Miss Mary Anne Ben der, daughter of Mrs. John Josep Bender, 401 Cumberland .Stree and the late Mr. Bender, to Fran Cullen Woods Jr. of Baltimore wer Frank Cullen Woods Sr., Mis Kathryn Woods. Miss Margare Woods, Mrs. Woodrow Anderson Wallace Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Joh Alfred Hoy, Miss Annette Wood: Miss Teresa Woods, Mr. and Mr: Richard J. Renehan, Miss Eliz; beth Degnan, Mr. and Mrs. No man A. Habighurst, Mrs. Josep B. Hickey Sr. and Mr. and Mr Joseph B.-Hickey Jr., all of Bait more; Mr. and Mrs.. Warren Ca penter and Miss Mary Carpente; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Whipps,-M and Mrs. Richard Stewart an Mrs. James Francis Costell Catonsville; Mrs. Charles J. Woo,d Mrs. Joseph R. Tewes,. Traffor Pa.; Mrs. William Whee, Mrs. A.^ Vanderberry and Miss Ann Van derberry. Norfolk, Va.; Mr. an Mrs. William H. McLean, Severn Park; Mr. and Mrs. John Flaherty Philadelphia; Dr. James Blain Fitzgerald arid Miss Kathleen Fit gerald, Chevy Chase; William Bender, Miss Barbara Bender Kensington and Capt. Edythe Sher dan, A.N.C.,-Walter Reed Hospital Washington. ' Regular $5.00 ' FAILLE HANDBAGS now only 2 98 plus tax • . . All with genuine leather linings . . . attractive styles ... choice of black, 1 brown or navy. 30'/2 N. Centre St. f Now In Progress - You Can Save During Martin's Mid-Season .'•'••••.'. * • ^ • ' CLEARANCE Selected Groupings Fashion Original DRESSES Sizes 7 to 15 and 10 to 20 $19.98 DRESSES Now $11.99 25iOO DRESSES Now 14.99 29.98 DRESSES Now 17.99 35.00 DRESSES , ' Now 19.99 39.98 DRESSES Now 23.99 45.00 DRESSES , * Now 26.99 49.98 DRESSES Now 29.99 SPECIAL GROUP Includes Street, Cocktail, Evening Styles Values to $45.00 DRESSES $10.99 SALE TODAY thru SATURDAY ONLY! forty-seven baltimore street L • A " program of "Music and Poetry" featured the meeting of the Music and Arts Club Monday night at the home of Mrs. Albert C. Eskin, Bedford Road. Hostesses with Mrs. Eskin were Mrs. M. C. VanMeter, Mrs. Samuel T. Weatherholt and Mrs. Robert Williams. Mrs. William L. Keller was program chairman. Five poems (after Omar Khayyam) were presented by Mrs. Witwer Richards, pianist, and Mrs. Robert Mann, reader. They included "Iram Indeed Is Gone," "They Say The Lion And The Lizard Keep The Courts And The Jamshyd Gloried And Drank," "Think In This Battered Caravanserai," "A Book Qf Verses Underneath The Bough," and "Yon Rising Moon." Interspersing the readings, by Mrs. Mann, Mrs. Richards played the music translations by Arthur Foote, Op. 41. Mrs. Robert Bittle sang a group of poems set to music They included Shakespeare's "It Was A Lover And His Lass," "Trees," Joyce Kilmer; "On Wings Of Song," by Heinrich 'Heim, music by Mendelssohn; "Daffodils, Wordsworth, and Shakespeare's 'Hark, Hark The Lark," music by Schubert. .Mrs. William L. Gunter was/accompanist. "Mrs. Herbert Loar and Mrs. Anthony Bollino played three waltzes, "From Foreign Parts," by Moszkowsici, written in' duet form for the piano. The program opened and .closed with group singing. Mrs. William B. Ludman conducted a business session preced ing the program, when a letter of resignation from Mrs. Robert T. Kerlin was read. Mrs. Kerlin, an active member of the club for many years, has gone to Baltimore to reside with her daughter, Mrs. Constance Hunt. Mrs. "VanMeter was named by Mrs. Ludman to succeed Mrs. Kerlin as corresponding secretary. Others attending were Mrs. Robert Gerson, a guest, Mrs. Frank Stuart Rowe, Dr. Elizabeth Brings, Mrs: Carl A. Sander, Mrs. Richard W. Trevaskis Sr.. Mrs. Valentine Routch, Mrs. Harry Parker, Mrs. Duke W. Burger, Mrs. Harry Butler, Mrs. E. F. Avers, Mrs. John Lower, Mrs. Allan-D. Macy, Mrs. James Grosh, Mrs. Monroe Harris, Miss Dorothy Willison, Miss Ann Dorsey, Mrs. Howard Irwin, Mrs. Kenneth F. Beck, Mrs. Kenneth Wolf and 'Mrs. Vernon Cost. '• Miss Earlene Grim Chooses Attendants For Wedding Miss Earlene Grim has selected her attendants for her marriage to P. James Fahey. son of Mrs. Regina Fahey, 502 Maryland Avenue, and the late Patrick J. Fahey. Miss Grim is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Grim, Valley Road.. The marriage will take place Thursday, November 24, at 10 a. m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church with Rev. John U. Lyness, assistant pastor, officiating. Miss Grim's attendants will be Miss Patricia O'Donnell, this city, maid of honor, arid Miss Joan Minke... this city; Mrs. Ralph Shade, Hagerstown, and Mrs. Robert Grim, Winchester, Va., bridesmaids. R. A. Burke of this city will be jest man and John Kauffman, John Diamond and Reggie Wolfe, this city, and Charles Cumiskey, Norfolk, Va., ushers. Miss Grim was given a surprise shower by Miss Minke and Mrs. Norman Shade at the letter's home, Ellerslie, recently. Guests were the mothers of the prospective bride and bridegroom; Miss Patsy Gapp, Miss Kay Mathews, Miss Nancy Nicholson, Miss O'Donnell, Miss Evelyn Haines, Miss Betty Young, Miss Lenore Duckworth, Miss Joy Jackson, Miss Eleanor Barnard, Miss Clarise Warnick and Miss Jean Meister. Miss O'Donnell entertained at a dinner and shower at Fort Cumberland Hotel last week with guests being Mrs. Joseph Helmstetter, Miss Catherine McKenzie and Miss Alice Martin. Mjss Grim also was honored at a shower by Mrs. John Diamond, Mrs. Harry Minnicks and Mrs. John Kauffman at the latter's home, Myrtle Street, recently. Guests were Mrs. Grim, Mrs. Fahey, Mrs. Clay Ingram, Miss Voting Machine Demonstration Set k .' A demonstration of the county's new voting machines will be made at a meeting of the Mapleside Homemakers Club tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. in the Bethany Evangelical United Brethren Church. Members will bring canned goods for Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets. "Rainy Day, Jars" will be returned. Miss MaYy Wise, Allegany County home, demonstration agent, will give a demonstration on wall arid floor treatment. St. Paul Bazaar Planned Friday The annual bazaar of St. Paul's Lutheran Church Ladies Aid Society will begin at 11 a. m. Friday iii the Sunday school room. A luncheon will be' served. The menu will consist of soup, salad, sandwiches, pie, cake and coffee and tea. Needle work, candy and baked goods will be on sale. A musical program will be presented at 8 p. m. The Past Presidents Club of Ladies Auxiliary of Henry Hart Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet at the post home tomorrow at 8 p. in. Marietta Agee. Boyle and Miss Billie The board of officers of Our Flag of Cumberland Council 100, Daughters of America, will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Viola Hudson, 350 Baltimore Avenue. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Bessie Hare and Mrs. Lelia Gould. '•'• . •- FUNERAL FLOWERS Try Our Wl Ba.ktf BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 N. Liberty Si. Ph. PA-2-4330 Events Briefly Noted Donald Gorsuch and r.ister, trace Ann, Baltimore, visited their grandmother, Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell, 523 Maryland Avenue, • who entertained with a family dinner in lonor of Donald's 19th birthday. The officers and drill team ol Our Flag of Cumberland Counci 100, Daughters of America, will meet tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. in the Junior Order Hall. A business meeting and second nomination o: officers will follow at 7:30 p. m. The Young Married Class of the Wiley Ford Church 'of the Brethren will conduct a bake sale Friday a the South En'd Cleaners establish ment on Virginia Avenue. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Forl Ashby Volunteer Fire Company will hold a turkey supper at the Fire Hall Saturday from 5" to S p. m. . . Homemakers club presidents am home management chairmen wil have a training meeting Tuesday Notembex 29, at 1:30 p. m. instead of Friday, Miss Mary Wise, coun ty home demonstration agent, an nounces. Court Cardinal Gibbons 529, Catholic Daughters of America, wil sponsor a Holy Hour Sunday ai 7:30 p. m. at St. Patrick's Catho lie Church. ORMOND 100% TOP-TO-TOE S-T-R-E-T-C-H NYLONS pr. Sp :;"*i.oo DESIGNED FOR PERFECT FIT \*J* mo £ti 105 BALTIMORE ST. We Are Sorry! Soroptimists International of Cumberland, Md, Due to the overwhelming response reservations are no longer available for the fifth Annual Benefit Dance, Nov. 18, 1955 - Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club! We Sincerely Regret That Many Lpfe ' /?eserva//ons Had To Be Cancelled! •>. MISS OLIVE HURLBURT President MRS. MAXINE DOAK Reservation Chairman MRS. FAY STILLWAGON General Dance Chairman SENSATIONAL NEW with the exclusive* 1 MICRO-TWIN Head /—^UNDERARMS JL\\ This ski* for shaving underarms Th« other tide for 'shaving legs close clean, smooth CHOICE OF COLORS Ivory Blut SMALL AS A COMPACT -OINTLI, CHAN, QUICK End) must and fuss, nicks and ' cuts of soap Mid blade. The Lady Sunbtam's gentle, iurt performance gives you a new easy way to kttp nea>, fresh and dainty. Wonderful at home Of for traveling. •IAUTIFUUY GIFT PACKAGED Azwe bfce box wM» «^o«r OMJ cord cwnpartiMflf. H AUGER S JEWELRY 16 N. Centre St. PA 4-5*4$ Eat Better Spend Less! Look to the Leader... A&P To Cut Your Food Bills More! 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