Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 22, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.,, TUESDAY, , NOVEMBER . 22, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT. AD Taker ;3ue Cunningham To Become -Bride Of George Wolfe Mr s.Douglas Appeals For :U. N. Funds • ; Making an appeal at the meeting > of the board of the Maryland Fed-: c j at j ng Miss Sue Cunningham, daughter | of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cunningham, 815 Columbia Avenue, will become the bride Thursday' of George Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Presley Mauk, 142 Arch Street. The marriage ceremony will be solemnized at 7:30 p. m. at the Centre Street Methodist Church. Navy Mothers Plan To Pack Yule Basket The Navy Mothers Club entertained several guests at a supper and program Saturday night at the American Legion home here. Mrs. Florence Chandler presided and announced that Mrs. Josephine Huber, Glen Burnie, state com- • eration of Women's Clubs, Mrs. The bride-elect will have Miss ._. • J j - 1 1J w wl ivtw V»wwv «• «*» --v- • -* .William A Douglas, president, Rjcc Fredericki as maid o£ .urged all clubs in the Federation^ and MJSS Janjce W ickless. ,to Participate in the United Na-j bridesmaid. Her sis; turns Cjuldrens Fund dnve this ! _ Mjss ' Sharon Cunningham, will ^ Junior bridesmaid. Mss Rice meeting was held at "Hotel Emerson, Baltimore. An International Affairs Day pro'-gram was held emphasizing the 'United Nati6ns. Mrs. Donald Sab"in, of New York, United Nationsiland, will serve as best man for '--representative for UN1CEF, spokejMr. Wolfe. Ushers will be James Na t i o n ' sJMangus and Michael Cunningham, and state officers had postponed their visit here because of the bad weather. Mrs. Elizabeth McLean was named chairman for the meeting December 9 when members will bring 50 cents and canned good: for a Christmas basket. A,Cnrist- iand Miss Wickless were roomates mas party will follow, 'of Miss Cunningham at Towson The club entertained Lt. Corn- State College. mander and Mrs. Gordon H. Me- William Birmingham, Cumber- Crea, Lt. Commander W. W. Hill, :-on. the United "Children's Fund. . j Mrs. Wilson M. Wing •/member of the board of directors :"-'of the United Nations Association ; ,-of Maryland.: discussed, "United ^Nations Charter Review" in the 3 afternoon program. :J Spearheaded \.by the Women's - '"£Community Club of Kensington, -"with Mrs. James H: Baxter, pres- .-. : ident, the...children of .the .com . '^munity collected • S"185.38 in "trick ~ or.treat" for the Children's Fund. i Newcomers Card Party yT.o Be Held Tomorrow -f The Newcomers Club will hold a ^shbrt business session tomorrow .-;:• evening prior to the bridge and '£ canasta- party at the Girl Scout -.House. ^ Final plans will be discussed for '•iithe dinner dance December 10 at j?the.'.Cumberland Country' Club. iMrs. Loy Levens will preside. FUNERAL FLOWERS Our 5,00 Funtral Baik«l BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 N. Liberty St. Ph. PA-2-4330 brother of the bride. Personals Capt. and Mrs. H. W. Tubbs, Jr., at a supper and program. The program consisted of a pageant, "The Lord's Prayer in Candles," with Mrs. Lucille Bartlett reader. Taking part were Mrs. Reba Buser, Mrs. . Mary Edmiston, Mrs. Margaret Duniap, Mrs. Ruth Crowe, Mrs. Elizabeth McLean, Mrs. Catherine Bucy, Mrs. Josephine Shariski. Mrs! Bertha Pitts, Mrs. Anna Neus, Mrs. Mary Brown, and Mrs. Cynthia Davis. Mrs. Helen - Keady sang several selections with Mrs. Helen Griffith at the piano. ' ' Reports were given by Mrs. Bertha Pitts, Sunshine cards, and Mr., and Mrs. George E. Zimmerman, 634 Frederick Street, are visiting relatives and friends in Akron. Mrs. Harry W. .Fritz Sr., Baltimore Pike, and Mrs. John Brinham, Bedford Valley, Pa., are attending the Dog Show in Chicago. Miss Anna Lee Willard," student Mrs. Elizabeth Nave, sewing for at Slrayer. College, Washington, will spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John i. Cain, 223 Pennsylvania Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. L. Leslie Helmer and children, Darien. Conn., are spending the Thanksgiving hoji- days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Buchanan, The Dingle. Lt. and Mrs. Frank M. Wilson, Jr., have returned to Washington, after visiting .his mother. Mrs. Frank M. Wilson, 417 Washington (Street. Mr., and .Mrs. E. Carl Kight, Bedford Road, and son-in-law and daughter. Mr., and Mrs. Warren'0. Morris, Avondale Avenue, have returned from Miami Beach. • District 1, Maryland State Nurses Association, has postponed the meeting scheduled tomorrow until November 30. It will be held at (he Memorial Hospital School of Nursing at 7:30 p. m. Cut out this ad as your reminder JOIN THE LIBERTY TRUST CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! Deposit Weekly $ .50 ;..;.. Receive, in 50 Week* i.oo 2.00 3.00 5.00 50. TOO. ISO. 250. 10.00 ...... .......... 500. The Liberty Trust Company CUMBERLAND LONACONING Member F. D. I. C. Member Fed. Res. System if it's NEW it's at 77 Baltimore Street handicapped children. She announced members are to corne to her home on Bedford Road on November 29 to continue sewing. They are to take the 9 or 11 a. m. Bedford Road bus to Conrad Avenue. A donation of $10 was made to Friends Aware for maintenance of the station wagon. Mrs. Sally Engles reported on the bazar held for the benefit of the veteran hospitals, Mrs. Goldie Hare reported on the sale of dish cloths, towels and plastic bags, and Mrs. Leanna lolden on the-supper. Mrs. Helen Griffith was electe assistant .adjutant, ".filling- the un Miss Hamilton Married To R.E.Barry The marriage of Miss Katherine War/ield Hamilton to Robert E. .Barry, San Bernardino, Calif., son 'of Mrs. Robert Barry, Oregon, and ilhe late Mr. Barry; has been an- jnouneed by the bride's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heyward 'Hamilton, of Ruxton, Md. The wedding took place Is'ovember 12 in the First -Presbyterian' Church. Las Vegas. Nov. < Mrs. Barry is a graduate of iBryn Mawr School, Baltimore. -Her mother is the former Miss Emma Warfield,' daughter of Mrs. Arthur Warfield, 502 Cumberland Street. Mr. and Mrs. Barry are residing in San Bernardino, where the for- jmer is employed as-instructor at 'the Air Base. Elks Pre-Thanksgiying Dajice To Be Held Tomorrow Night The social sessions committee of Plenty of table space will be avail^ and .reserva;:pns are not nee- ;'essary unless desired. The dance Wl11 be informal for memoers.and invited suests. Cumberland Lodge 63, B.P.O. Elks, | has completed plans for the pre Thanksgiving idance to be held at the Elks Home tomorrow with mus'c by "Doc" Diberl's combo of Bedford. Hostesses will be on hand to welcome- members a;:d their out- jof-town quests, and. the nwly re- jnovatcd rooms of the club will be 'open to inspection. ! The dance will be held in the ballroom starting at 9 o'clock. TRUSTED BfMIWOMS If m3TnEnS«A 4T iMmir ^ec a u,eit ?ap .I ST.JJSIPH Oran g cfl aW ed4FORCHIlDRiKJ accurate dosage. iiorld's largest Selling Aspirin For Cltidm MISS NANCY LOUISE HAMILTON' Nancy L. Hamilton To Be Bride Of Harold Lee Hull Thursday I ~~—~ ~ \Yule Party Planned By Alumnae Miss Nancy Louise Hamilton. [ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Hamilton, 203 Mary) Street, and Harold Lee Hull, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Monzel Hull. 34 Virginia Avenue, will be marriec Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in Kingsley Methodist Church. The Rev. Jacob expired term of Mrs. Zellene Nor is. • ' ;. • -..••'-. .A cut glass vase, given by-Mrs Hiandler, was awarded to Mrs Nave, and Mrs. Pitts won the priz awarded by .Mrs. Frances <Briner Twenty-seven members attended. Mrs. Golden was assisted supper by Mrs. Edmiston,. Mrs Buser. Mrs. Louella Mace. Mrs Gloria Barnstricker, Mrs. Bartlett Mrs. Margaret Dunlap and Mrs 31anch Lueck. Miss McCarty, J.F. Mortzfeldt Plan To Marry. The engagement of Mary An McCarty to James F. Mortzfeldt son of Mrs. Harry Leasure, Han cock, and the late Mr. Mortzfeldt of Cumberland, has been announ ced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs Earl N. McCarty, Hancock. Miss McCarty, a graduate Hancock High School, Class 1955, and is attending West Vir ginia College of Beauty Culture Martinsburg. Her fiance was graduated fron Hancock High School in 1951 and served four years in the Air Fore Medical Corps. He is now employ ed by the Pennsylvania Glass Sane Company. No date has been set for wedding. th The Sewing Group of the Firs Presbyterian Church will meet a 10 a.m., tomorrow at the church -The Women's Society, of Chris tian Service -of Park Place wil meet at 7:30 tonight at the church DRESS UP winter coats and sets that'll 'set fashion-wise young hearts a singin' . . , (left) two piece legging set in charcoal and pink check with the aded : luxury of a'pink fur collar. Quilted lined "for extra warmth. Sizes 4 to-6X . . . Jfi.os: (right) Darling • semi-princess line coal in virgin wool'confetti tweed. Charcoal brown with rich gold velvet collar, cuffs and buttons. The hat to match is also touched V)ith gold velvet. Sizes 7 to 14 ... is.ns ^^ • neW §- Flo/uent Makes ai> swell On* Spray ef C«l*«t*'i IMW Florlont instant-nction Air Deodorant quickly kills unpleasant household odors — cooking, smoking, bathroom, pets, musty closets, hsby'.i room, and sick room. So get : new Florient today at your grocery or drug More. fcratlwr DqwudaM* C»li»t« ftidhtt H. Snyder will officiate. Miss Hamilton is a graduate of Fort Hill High School, Class of 1952, and of. Memorial Hospital School'of Nursing, where she is a member of the nursing staff. Mr. Hull is a graduate of Forl Hill High School. Class of 1951, and is a student at the Univeristy of Maryland, College Park. "Relatives and friends, of the couple are welcome to attend the wedding arid the reception following in the church hall. Events Briefly Noted The DeMolay Mothers Club will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m, at Masonic Temple.'. All .mothers of De- Molay boys are welcome to attend. Gold Star Mothers will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the American Legion Home here. A social will conclude the evening and refreshments served. The Goodwill Class of Potomac : Park EUB Church will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet at Junior Order Hall Friday at 7:30 p. m. Nominations .of officers, will be held and social will close the evening. The Staff Social Club of'Man- lattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters will meet tonight at the home o' Mrs. Anne Drenning, 24 Boonr Street. Mrs. Lucinda White wiJ :e co-hostess. A Christmas party was planned by the Alumnae Association of. Sacred Heart Hospital School of Nursing at .a recent meeting. . .Mrs. Elizabeth Lovett presided. The December 14 meeting will be in the form of a jingle and Christmas party. Miss Margaret Lynch chairman for the program with Mrs. Alice Deffinbaugh assistin. with the party. Miss Frances Menefee,' nominating committee' chairman, will meet with her committee, Mrs. Wilniajean Poling and Mrs. Sara ftfewman, and mail a slate of officers to members by December 1. Reports -were given by Miss Anna Ketzner, Miss Christine J. Williams and Mrs. Margaret Con- .on. Mrs. Lovett won the prize for the evening and L. J. Harrigan, 434 Chestnut Street, was awarded a prize. LaSalle Alumni Dance Thursday A dance for alumni of LaSalle rligh School will be held Thanks iving night from 9 p. m. to mid night on the . third floor . of the Cumberland KG Home. The sportswear event : will be in lonor of this year's LaSalle foot ball team. The Berry Brothers Or chestra of Frostburg will play. The annual Christmas party wil :e planned at tonight's meeting o he V.F.W. Auxiliary at 8 at the v'.F.W. Post Home here. Bowling Green Auxiliary Plans Card Party Dec. 6 The Auxiliary .of the Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Company met a recent evening at the fire hall with Mrs. Garland Chaney, vice president, presiding. It was announced that the invitation extended to the executive board of the Allegany-Garrett County Fire Association Auxiliary, to hold its December meeting and jingle party at the Bowling Green fire hall was accepted. The meeting will be held Tuesday evening December 13, at 8 p. m. The Auxiliary's December meeting will be held at 7 p. m. that day instead of the usual meeting date, and a jingle party will follow with the executive board aad Auxiliary members taking part. Each member to bring a 50 cent gift. The-committee on-arrangements will be Mrs. Garland Chaney. chairman, Mrs. Arthur Via,' Mrs. Mae Abbott, Mrs. Willys Smelser and Mrs. James Kisamore. . . The auxiliary will sponsor a public card party Tuesday, December 6, at 8 p. m. at the fire hall. 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