Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 6
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EVENING TIMES,' CUMBERLAND, MD- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD Taker City Council Of Beta Sigma Phi Names Yule Booth Committee City..Council of Beta Sigma Phi met a recent evening at the home of Mrs. Betty Reuse, LaVale. Mrs. Dorothea Hare presided. Members of the council attended the recent Ritual of Jewels ban quet as guests of Epsilon chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, in Keyser. ' A letter was read from Miss Elsie Anderson, international rep resentative, thanking City Council for the hospitality extended her on her recent visit here. Tentative plans for a Friendship Dinner were outlined by Miss Helen Kreiling, and a discussion followed. Mrs. Reuse appointed Mrs. Imogene Hixson and Miss.Kreiling assistants for the Christmas decorations booth, December 22 and 23. Refreshments were served .by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Sara Rank. Others present were Mrs. Helen Arthur, Mrs. Hixson, Mrs. Solores Hopwood, '] Mrs. Phyllis Cooley, Mrs. Betty Taylor, Mrs. Rank, Mrs. Hare, Miss Helene Schultz, Miss Kreiling and Miss. Eleanor Albright. ;- •-. , ."- .The'next'meeting will be at the home of Mrs; Rank, 782& Fayette Street. Centre Street WSCS Hears Report, Review f± The Women's Society of Chris.' tian Service of Centre Street .Metfc odist,:Church' received .a report at a recent meeting from Mrs: R. -Finley ^Thompson .on . the district meeting "held recently in Shepherdstown. . ••';••'•', ;'- •-.•. - - : ; Mrs. Harold May gave the invocation arid conducted the Litany- of Thanksgiving: '• '•'.-'.-''.. . .">;,.;:.. Mrs. A. J..Mirkin gave a review of Ann Morrow Lindbergh's book "Gifts From The Sea." ; : . Luncheon was served ; by members of .Circle 4, Mrs. J. A. Dean, leader, pianist. Mrs. Alvin Wilson was Events Briefly Noted The Women's Mission Society of First Baptist Church will hold.-a study course on foreign missions Holiday Theme • Entertainment Slated By Elks A program of entertainment for the period November 19 through December 31, to be known as the Winter • Karnival Holidays approved by the social sessions committee and various committee and board members . of Cumberland Lodge 63, BPO Elks, at a recent meeting. During the period, varied entertainment will be featured in 'the club's Rainbow Room. Festivities for Winter Karnival Holidays will be climaxed with a New Year's Eve dance, "The Toyland Ball." The:-, committee is stressing a welcome to :members who- will have out-of-town'guests during the holiday season. -'•;. .A meeting is proposed by the social sessions committee with wives of members to have them assist in the activities;> '>• The opening 'program will,-be a dance Saturday at 9 p: m..--: Music will be" by the :Smithem' Orchestra; while the program will feature: a selection of' popular songs by Marshall Caton^ tenor. The dance Is open to members and their guests. Reservations may be secured by contacting the social sessions committee. Champixmsliip Playj Plaimed The fifth -.annual , individua championship ,play of the Westen Maryland "Bridge Association wil take- place' tomorrow 'evening af the Fort Cumberland Hotel,. instead of tonight;- as originally planned:"' .. '• Winners in full ;master point play at the Elks Club by, the Cumberland Duplicate Bridge Club were first place, north and south, George Bottorf and R. A. Davis; second, Mrs. Harvey Aaronson and Alice Stakem;-third, Mrs.-Samuel. Dezen and Mrs. Arthur. Friedland, and fourth, Mr! and Mrs. J.:D.'Paddleford. : - • . '. : ' ' '• " First place, east and west, were Mrs. Bernard McGreevy and Mrs. Roy Valentine; Battorf 'second, Mrs. tomorrow at 10 a. m. at the church. Members will bring box lunches and at 2'p. m. the Christine Garnet arid Alice Moore circles will meet. •'-. * •__... ; •' •-• .:•• Friends Aware of Handicapped Children will hold a bake sale tomorrow, and Saturday from 5 p. m. until 9 p. m. at Albert's 'Super Market, Crystal Park. Proceeds v.ill: go toward expenses .of the station wagon. Any one who wishes to donate baked goods for-the sale may call Mrs. David R. Hamilton, PA 2-1789 or Mrs: John J. Long, PA 2-5090. '•"':•''.. The Loyal Crusaders Bible Class of Park Place.Methodist Church will hold a public covered dish supper today at 6 p. m. at the church. A meeting of the class will follow. en; third, Mr. and Mrs! Paul Cas- telje, and fourth,; Mrs. • Emmett Jones and Edgar Dawsori. At a recent special game played at the Elks Club by the -Potomac Valley^Bridge Club, .first place winners were Mrs.^Harvey Aaronson and Mrs. Mary Deal; .second, S. Russ Minter-'-and George Battorf, tied with'H. .G. Shores and Mrs. George Battorf. . -.:-/. GLAMOROUS EXCITING VINYLS KAY'S™ SHOES SELF SERVICE 82 Baltimore St. Christmas Party Plans Discussed By Mothers'flub Plans for the annual Christmas party were made .at a meeting ol St. Mary's Mothers 'Club in the church hall. . . Mrs. Thomas--Mullan presided and Sister Xavier led the opening prayer. ' .' '• . . -'-A report on the First Grade bake sale was-given-by Mrs. Ray Every. The Second Grade will hold its jake sale December.5'with Mrs. L,eb Lueck and Mrs'. Leo LaNeve in charge. .. . , Mrs.- 'LaNeve,'. chairman, Mrs. rlenry Herod, 'Mrs.. Harry Smith, VIrs.- Paul Penrod and Mrs: Daniel Smith were named a committee to plan the children's Christmas party- '- . The club voted to donate $25 to Friends Aware.. The next -meeting will be held December 15.with Mrs. Frederick Graziano and Mrs. Robert Harper and fifth grade'mothers in charge Past .Presidents Club of Ladies Auxiliary of Henry Hart Post VFW, will meet at the post : home today at 8 p.-m. '..•' . '.-' . For Th« 'Thonktglving Oom» * ALL RUBBER ^ WATERPROOF FLEECE LINED SIZES 4 to 10 HEAVY DUTY ZIPPIR W«ar Thtm RIOHT OVIt YOU! SHOISI 13S IALTIMORI ST, HEAD -HOMEMAKERS—Mrs. L Russell 0. Smith (left); of the Polish Mountain Homemakers ' Club,:was elected president of the County Council 'at the annual Achievement Day program Tuesday at Central YMCA. Shown with the new'president are Mrs ; Carl Landis (center), of the Oldtbwn Club, assistant secretary of the organization, and Mrs. Harry Miller, of- the; Frostburg .Club, vice president. Mrs. Van Roby, of the North Cumberland Club; elected treasurer at the meeting, was not present when the picture, was taken. ....... ; WommsC^P Names Group To Plan Party The Women's Division of th Baltimore and Ohio CTP gave a donation .of ?10.to : the Community Chest, and named.the committee for its annual Christmas party at the recent meeting at the VFW Home. Mrs. E. S. Leasure presided. The committee for the party includes Mrs. Nedra Nixon, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Mae Mint- drop' and .Mrs. Rosella Landis. Jingle gifts will be exchanged. The : party will be held in early December. Opening with the singing of America, with Mrs.' Chloe Reynolds accompanist, Mrs. Hallie Tracy rea'd a Psalm. After the business session, refreshments were served and games played.. The committee in charge of Tie social was comprised of Mrs. Helen Stallings and Mrs. Sara Dentinger and Mrs. Grace Coleman. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. E.' C. Kilroy and Mrs..W.'L. Smith. UCT To Have Dinner, Dance At Shrine Club The Cumberland Council 1 United Commercial Travelers, will be hosts at a dinner-dance Saturday night at the.Ali Ghan Country Club. Dinner will be served at 7 p. m. and dancing will be from 9 to 12, to the music of Art Shaffer's Orchestra.. HERE'S AND POULTRY SEASONING For Thai "Holiday" Flavor FRANK TEA * SPICI CO. fltt »ECim-Dtp|. D. M. Cinfinnoli.2, Ohio DESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED FREE • Four Rtgistertd Pharmacists • All Prescription! • TripU ^ ^ t^ Checked Prescriptions On fit* from 1t9l Walsh &McCigh PHARMACY 101 N. Centra St. Mary land't Limiting Pretfriptiott Store Goodwill Class Conducts Party The Goodwill Class of Potomac Park 'Evangelical. United Brethren Church held a party 'recently in the church social room. Prior to the party, Mrs. Alama Simpson presided over a short program. Mrs. Virgie Seaman led the devotions with- Mrs. Mary Long, _Mrs. Myrtle .La'yton 'and Mrs.'Lois Shaffer' giving readings. Mrs. Betty Alkire gave the prayer. After.the meeting, games we're played and refreshments served by the hostesses, Mrs. Miriam Shipley and'Mrs/Helen Price. The' Wiley Ford Volunteer Fire Company will-hold a. ham and oyster, supper Saturday fjonf.5-.to' 7 p. m. at the fire-hall." ' m It To Be December 15 • A benefit game for the Muscular Dystrophy fund will be played by the Western Maryland 'Bridge Association December 15 .at the Fort Cumberland -Hotel." Norman .Taylor .and William Dailey'topped the field at the full master point session of the association last week, ten tables playing 27 boards, with; a/top-.of eighton each and ah. average of 108 fear tufed the game;.:•-';•/- • • : /'; .North and South/first place-winners, 'with '135 plus'-were -S. ,-R. Minter and A.; J. •Feigus; second, 127 "plus, Mrs. F.eigus,. .William Douglas;. third,. -125, C. C. 'DeHaven, Richard •; Winer; fburth, 124, Mrs: Samuel Dezeri and A. D. Heacoxi East: and .West; first-place with 140:plus; .Mr. Dailey and:Mr. Taylor;..." second^; 122 plus,;, Mrs. George .BottorfY, .Mrs... Pauline Khepp; third, 122, 'Robert .pezeh; Richard Schwab; fourth, U4;. plus, Mr.-;and Mrs.vMcGreevy. •: " ' Personals Mrs: Herbert'Earson, 122''.South Liberty Street-is a surgical patient in Meiriorial Hospital. : : '" ; Mrs. John J. Howe, Cresaptown, is "a medical patient in; Sacred Heart Hospital. '". . i'Mi-s.J. HJ Richard, 109 Humbird Street,, and Mrs. .Earl Irons, Spring Gap, have returned after visiting Dr/ and Mrs. Marshall Arrington, Richmond, Va. '.Barbara Ann Bosley, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. 0. S. Bosley, 158 Frederick Street, - is a surgical patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. The executive board of Frostburg-Georges Creek Branch ;of AAUW will nieet at the home of Mrs; George -Grahame, 54 Beall Street, Frostburg, Monday at 7 vm. Hostesses will be' Mrs. Grahame and : 'Miss Virginia Neff. SAVE NOW I Children's COWBOY BOOTS Reg. ?3.99 $A Q7 Value LmVtyr. • 'Km 8&;»b i IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS KINNEY'S SHOE STORE 119 BALTIMORE ST; NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH an "LB" CHARGE ACCOUNT Shower Fetes JarieChappel Miss Jane Chappel, who will be wed tomorrow at 7 p. m.;ih Centre Street Methodist Church. to Lt: James H. Radcliffe, was honored recently at a surprise '. miscellaneous shower by Mrs. John. R. Bryan, Brookville, Md., at the'home-of the,bride, 401 Cumberland. Street. .The bridal theme was carried but in the decorations anoVthe refreshments. Gifts were displayed under a pastel umbrella and shower-streamers. ;•" ,:-'.•. ^Attending were Mrs: Richard Wright, Mrs.-Van Parsons, -Mrs; Ho'ward Hansell, Mrs. Ann-Wright, Mrs'. -William Light, Miss- Martha Chappell, Mrs. Howard Radcliffe, mother-of the DnCegroom;: Mrs: William . Ghappell, mother, of the bride; Mrs. /Wilbert Fhiie, : Mrs." Glenn, Lewis,'Miss Joyce .Shariski and Mrs. Harold Brooks. .;•:•',';".". Mrs. Stephen Cornachia. •-.:- •*:. .••:..-•. -•• ' > ^ ' ''• Entertained-At Shorter; i : : -Mrs.'.Stephen.Cornachia, the former- Miss Theima -Growden, this city, .was honored recently with a wedding shower by her sister arid matron of Honor, Mrs. Leona Walters, in, Rockville. ' • ..;;,' • The dining room was. decorated with -pink and silver bells. A three-tiered cake centered the table.. \yhite chrysanthemums were used in the decorative scheme.. There are 40,000 daily trains in Britain, with .600,000 employes. , Chapter Plaits i ConferringOf I OES Degrees £ . McKinley, Chapter .12, Order Eastern Star, will meet in Masonic Temple at 8 p. m. tomorrow. ; 1 -/Miss •Virginia P. Koegel, worthy matron and Thomas W. Williams, worthy patron, will preside during : the business.meeting and the con- ,. ferring of degrees. , •;••:••.•*.. .i,:. A Thanksgiving pageant will be. .-presented by Mrs. Bessie Koch, -'.. 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