Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Club Selects Officers „•_ Mrs. Holmes Cessna was elected ^president, and Mrs. Helen- G T^Whito treasurer of the Union Grove "/Homemakers Club at a recent ^meeting at the North .Branch Fire .. ;'|r? The club completed plans for the Couples Club Meets, Elects . - — The Married Couples Club of Centre Street Methodist Church held a dinner meeting a recent evening in the church recreation hall. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Romme, chairmen of the committee : in ™ ^ii party to be held Dec-j charge) were ass j s t e d by Mr. and Member 14 at the Bedford Roadj Mrs Raymon d Boore, Mr. and ,.\Fire Hall. Reservations are to be: Mrs Glen K emmet,'Mr. and Mrs. ••- made with Mrs. Albert \Vindish|j Ierbert Lehr> _ Mr and Mrs . Bert " prior to December 6 'caldara Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mrs. Grant Hicks presided at; Smith . and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde the meeting. It was announced that Cessna open house will be held at thej Mn a[]( j j [rs _ Robert du Bruyne, county office from 10 a. m. to 4j ne ' w mem bers, and Mrs. Cora Ev- p. m. December 1 and 2. A dem-j ersole a g uesl- W ere introduced. onstration on arrangement of ever-j Mr ' and Mrs _ A j bert R 0ge rs, greens will be presented at 7:30; who spent [he summer j n Mexico, p, m. December 1 at the LaVale i s howed slides and talked on the Fire Hall. j ,. ,, I Mexican mode of living. 1 -Reports were presented by Mrs.; officers elected for 1956 were -Cessna, Mrs. Jack Holliday, -^ rs -jpresident- Mr. and Mrs. Howard ^Ruth Fey and the auditing com-; Buchanan ' vice pres ident: and mittee. The program was on thej Mr and Mrs _ Kenneth Alderton, "" iano Students Present Recital In Churchliall . theme of "Thanksgiving. Auxiliary Yule Party secretary-treasurer. Plans for a Christmas party Dec-. Alice Bartlett. ember 15 in the parish hall were | charge of the program, according to. Mrs. Edward pressman Prizes at the meeting were won bv Mrs. Frank Trozzo and Mrs ^illUVl **J *** til** ^rffciiiWi* 1.JU.1. .r*,»^j formulated at a recent meeting of! Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma the Ursuline Academy Auxiliary.jPhi sorority will hold a rummage Officers of the organization and'sale at 10 a. m. tomorrow at 75 homeroom mothers will be inlNorth Centre Street. .. if it'sNEW it's at Mrs. Marguerite Witwer Richrds presented her piano pupils in recital in the social room of Genre Street Methodist Church a ecent evening. The program included "Little .iver," Burroughs, Alan Gerson; •Dance Rosa." folk tune, Betsy ;bert; "Shoe Makers Dance," folk une, Ruth Harris: "Chimes and Bells," Seuwl-Holst, Peter Thoms; "Whirling Leaves," Burnam; \nn Avirett; "Minuet in G Major," 3ach, and "A Little Doll," Kaba- evsky, Vickie Eackles; duet. Dancing Doll," Poldini, Sally and n Avirett. "Tossing the Ball," MacGregor, ue Taylor; "Dancing on the Dyke," Erb, Marcia Jacobson: Sunrise," Bently. Rudolph Kom- anek; "Saucy Yellow P?nsy," Benson, Dorothy Amoss; "The Old V'hite Horse," Bentley, Marie \ T aughton; "Don Juan Minuet," lozart, Betsy White; "Stoutheart- d Men," Romberg, Paul Ossip; Brook in the Forest,".Seuel-Holst, \athryn Shaffer. "Liebestraume Theme," Liszt, ack Ewald; "Somersaults," heila Umberger; "Allemande" 'on Weber, Betsy Hosack; "Alpine Vedding," Rebe, Nancy Brill 'Witches Dance," Kullak. Marianne Hoelzer; "German Dance,' Beethoven, Royce Hodges; "Prop het Bird,"- Schumann, Eleanor Murphy; "Valse Brilliant," Chopin 'eggy Thompson, and "Prelude in E Flat," Rachmanioff, Judy Kom- >anek. ' - -•" '• A' social hour concluded .the evening. 77 'Baltimore Street VELVET DRAMA in a /abulpus coat of opulent beauty. Jet black virgin wool magnificently blended with fur fibre 'with the dramatic touch of black velvet in the huge shawl collar arid velvet panels that flair out from the belted'waist. Size 14. •• 89.98 Holiday Party 3 lansSetBy WSCS Group The WSCS of Zion Methodisl Church met recently at the church nd completed plans for the unit's nnual Christmas party, Saturday December 3, at the church in the orm of a covered dish supper. r . 'Following the meal, secret sis ers will be revealed, and jingle lifts exchanged. The program wil' ie in charge of Mrs. Thora Terrell .Irs. Louise Sanson and Mrs. Flor 'rice Thompson. Comprising the :ecoration : committee are Mrs Sadie, Durst,. Mrs, Edith, Simons nd Mrs, Bertha Brotemafkle. '. Mrs. Alice Raso 'presided at the -neeting, and Mrs. Louise Sansoi •and Mrs. Florence Thompson were n charge of the program. The ecent sale of apple butter nettec ?335. according to Mrs. Violet Me Elfish, who was given a vote o hanks' by the unit. Miss Barbara Mertens was a guest. Refreshments were servec jy Mrs. Jane Mertens, Mrs. Gene vieve Wotring, and Mrs. Louise Sanson, hostesses. Lrroup To Assist With December; • faycee Projects; The Jayncees. discussed plans to assist the Junior Association of Commerce with several December projects at the regular'meeting re cently at the home of Mrs. Alberi D.. Darby, South Allegany Street Mrs. Oscar Lashley presided and committee reports were heard. Used clothing was collected at the meeting and final plans were made for its Distribution to needy fami lies. 'Mrs; Earl. Shank, Mrs. Ray mond Dorn, Mrs.,James Scott anc Mrs. 'Lashley will assis.t.3ji distri buting the 'Clothing.;.' Vj. Staples' for a Thanksgiving bas ket were brought by the member! and a turkey and trimmings :will be purchased. The Jaynrees were, asked tc help the Jaycees with the decorations For the annual benefit dance -for underprivileged children to be helc December 2 at the Clary Club, anc they will also help the Jaycees a Christmas time with clothing pur- rhases for needy children. .Plans were made for a dinner meeting to be held December 14 Bible Class Plans Thanksgiving Projects Thanksgiving projects were dis cussed at a meeting of the Marj Martha Bible Class of Grace Bap list Church a recent evening a the fibme of Mrs. Marguerite Robb North Lee Street. Mrs. Thomas Rudd, president said the class will furnish a 'needy family with a' basket of .grocerie on Thanksgiving. Reports,were, presented and.th meeting was closed with prayer b> Mrs. John Efflin, teacher. Events Briefly Noted The Lurana Veterans Unit CSMC, will hold a round anc square dance tomorrow at 9 p. m at SS. Peter and Paul Hall, Fay cite Street. Friends Aware of Handicappec Children will hold a bake sale to day and tomorrow from 5: p. m to 9 p. m. at Albert's Super Mar ket, Crystal Park. Homemakers Club Elects The North Branch Homemakers Club met earlier this week at' the lome of Mrs. Russell Valentine and elected new officers for the coming year. Mrs. Frank Miller, was elected president, and Mrs. Valentine was re-elected treasurer. Mrs. Miller sncceeds Mrs. George Abbott. The meeting opened with the singing of "Faith Of Our Fathers," followed:by roll call, which v.-as answered by the favorite cleaning methods for walls anc floors. . : . . . Mrs. Charles Merritt and .Mrs Valentine gave a report of the clothing demonstration held re cently at the Court House. Mrs. Abbott announced that an open house party will be held a the Court House, December 1, anc •haf different ways -of decorating !or Christmas time will be demon strated' December 1 at 7:30 p.m it the LaVale Fire Hall. Refreshments'"were served by the hostess. .Miss Maude Bean was a guest. The club's next meeting is-sched uled for December 8 at l p.m. a the home of Mrs\ Robert Yourig.: The Allegany County Homemakers Chorus elected officers at a •ecent meeting at Central Y.M.C.A. Mrs. Georgette Gilford presided. Mrs. Irma Burkett was elected president; Miss Maude A. Bean, .reasurer, and Mrs. Carlyle Nixon, ACE Chorus Elect^ Plans Yule Party assistant treasurer. • |of the state Federation of Music Mrs. Elsie Brinkman and Mrs. Clubs. Plans were made for the Sichard W. Trevaskis reported on ;heir visit to Hagerstown .where thev attended the annual luncheon Bible Class Meets At Tucker Residence The Bethany Bible Class of Grace Baptist Church met recent ly at the home of Mrs. George Tucker, 841 Camden Avenue. Miss Rachel Portmess presided. Prayer wa's led by Mrs. James Kirkpatrick, .teacher. The class hopes to send a girl to Camp Wo- Me-To in Baltimore. 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