Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 23, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 23, 1955 Ditl PA:2-4600 for; a WANT AD Taker Mary Louise Carney Honored ! With Shower, Prenuptial Party Miss Mary Louise Carney was Regina Gcllncr,. .Mrs. Patricia • ; honored with a miscellaneous pre:'nuptial shower by Miss Maryetta .Boyle and Miss Kathleen Carney 'Tuesday night at the home of the latter on Hill Top Drive. Miss Carney, daughter Helmstetter. Mrs. Mary Furstenberg, Mrs. Frank Woods''and Mrs. Shirley McGregor. Miss Louise Carney, Miss Loretta Carney, Miss Carol Ann Boyle, -Joseph Carney, 728 Hill Top Drive, ,;and the late Mrs. Alice (Graeben- stein) Carney, will become the . bride Saturday of Paul H. McGregor, son of Mr. and Mrs.. James of J.iMiss Patricia Comer. Miss Janet I McGregor, Miss Josephine Coleman, Miss Joan Smith. Miss Mary Ann Mackert and Miss Jeanne Sands. - . • •• The Misses Louise and Loretta McGregor 511 Louisiana Avenue. jCarney. aunts of the bride-elect, The wedding ceremony entertain with a rehearsal • solemnized at 11 a. m. at a nuptiaHParty at their home, 509 Caroline •mass in St Mary's Catholic Street. Friday evening. The bridal • Church, with Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry | theme will be carried out in the : Graebenstein, pastor of St. An-idecorat.ons and guests will include ihony's Catholic Church, Washing- (the bridal party, families and out„••,!.-.. . of-town visitors. .ton. officiating. .A pink and green color motif j ;was carried out in the floral table; \ arrangement and other festive dec- ! * orations. . ' " j Guests were Mrs. Mary H. Car-!/ l-jjfi Iney, Mrs. James McGregor, Mrs. I v-'*'«'<-' 'Guy Ziler. Mrs; Margaret Minke, Mrs. Sylvia Mattingly, .. Mrs. *ing. Keys' The Singing Keys Junior Music Theresa Coleman, Mrs. Rosemary i and Arts Club met a recent eve- Hill. .Mrs. Charlotte Hill, Special! . . GIFT SUPPERS light'and-dark'biu» ond r«d. Worm < liningi with fluffy fur collar. Color- ' .ful beaded vamps. Specially Priced at $ 2.99 KINNEY'S Mrs.ining at the home of Mrs.' 1 Howard jlrwin, program director. The club, rehearsed a song for the Christmas progra mto be held December 7 in the Fellowship Hall of the La Vale Methodist Church. A program of piano selections was given by Roberta Belt,. Cindy Shoff, Nancy. Beachley. Melinda Black, William Ways, Al' Stimler, Richard Horn, Edward _ Barger, Paula .Angle, .Constance Brings, Patricia Cawley, -Dale Kauffman, Suzanne Hedrick, Sheila Coulehan, Patricia O'Hara,' Charlotte>.' Richardson and Joan Harmon. Also attending.were Howard and Bruce Irwm and. Mrs. Robert Horn Let us pause to count our blessings on THANKSGIVING DAY ? . On this truly American holiday, let us give thanks for the many things we take for granted: food; shelter, job opportunities, freedom' of speech and worship! A Jr. Woman 9 s Club Names Dance Aides The Thanksgiving dance of the Junior Woman's Civic Club will be held Friday night at the Cumber '.and Country Club'from-9 p. m to l a. m: Art Shaffer's Orchestrr ivill play. The semi-formal event is a bene fit for the Friends Aware of Han dicapped Children. , Mrs. Conrod Hohing, chairman will be assisted by Mrs. Raymonc ,app, Mrs. Marion Hull, Mrs. Ed' ward,0'Rouke, Mrs. Lear Powell Mrs. Harold Hawkins, Mrs. Ronalc Screen, Mrs. Ralph Sell Jr., and Mrs. Miles Thompson Jr. Anyone wishing to purchase tick ets may contact a member of the committee. The club will present a Christmas program December 7 at St John's Lutheran Church recreation hall. Participating will be the Al- egany High Octet and the Girls' horal Group. A film, "Christ mas Carol," will be shown and the club will lake part in Christmas charades. : • Members are to bring new or, children's clothing in good condilion, and food for Ihe Christmas basket to. this meeting Club members who wish to help prepare clothing to be 'distributee may-contact Mrs. Howard Buch anan. ' ' • -,. Bridge Ghib ToffiayFriday -.-••' ' */ > ...•• * The. -Western :Maryland : Bridge Association ..will-play a full master point-game Friday :evehing insteac )f tomorrow night';at' the Tor Cumberland; Hotel."-'-'. ...... The'/game.' listed'.for Saturday afternoon has been cancelled. The open- team of four- championship game, originally scheduled on December 1 has'been changed to December 8, as many members of the association will be out of town atr ending the winter nations at Miami Beach. The semi-monthly 'nil master point game scheduled December 8 will be played December .1. . ' ; .-' ''.-'•-. Final arrangements are being completed for the annual Allegany lounty championship session'.-and Jhristmas celebration December 29 in the ballroom/of the Forftu'm- berlahd Hotel. A special Calcutta jSweepstakes will open at 7:40 with 'all teams being auctioned off be fore the start of play. Mr. and Mrs. A. J..Feigus, Mr. and Mrs.' George Bottorf, Hugo Keller, Dr. Lloyd E.-Meyers, : Mr. and Mrs."William A. Douglas, Mrs. William Snyder, Dr.- and Mrs. Paul Castclle will leave tomorrow for Miami Beach to play in Ihe winter nationals of the American Contract Bridge League, which opens November 26. : ••.-.; C.: C.. DeHaven won the .first place in the fifth annual individual [championship match last week. I He had 164 points. John Schaidt ! was second with 160: Mrs. Louis Waingold,. third with 159: .Mrs. Arthur Friedland, fourth with 158: and Mrs. Robert Nichols, fifth with 153. Joseph H. E. Martens, 309 North Centre Street, is improving after tsurgery at Memorial Hospital. PTA Board Meeting FROSTBURG — The Executive Board of the Hill Street School PTA will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. rn. in Miss Sleeman's room at the school. EVER EASE HOUSE SLIPPERS Je ready fofr the important gift occasion :oming upf with the gift that is prized .throughout! (he year, comfortably House Slippers. Lovely Petite and Ever-Ease.are .perfect for' Father and Mother, for sister and brother ... style, comfort and a popular price arc here waiting for you. . • Women's Slippers 1.95 ,o 5.95 Children's Shoes 1.95 ,. 3.95 Men's Slippers 3.45 „ 6.95 ,: •r-vj •{'They're extremely comfortable ... especially designed for your leisure pleasure with supple, glove-soft leather. Many new designs and shades to choose from. 137 Baltimore St. Ladies Shrine Glub Marks Anniversay With Dinner The Ladies Shrine Club made plans for a Christmas holiday party December. 27 at the meeting last night at'the Masonic Temple Mrs. Rebecca Duff presided. The club _ celebrated its thirty- fourth anniversary with a dinner preceding the meeting. Cover? were laid for 66 members. A program, was presented bJ»j Ame " rica met a recent evenin g at Mrs. M. -Monroe MacKenzie, so prano. who sang "The Raindrops." "Listen To Life," "A Child's Prayer," and "Love Is A Merchant," accompanied by Mrs. Anne Gormer at the piano. Mrs. Duff welcomed the guests and asked members .to bring donations for the baskets for needy families to the Christmas meeting. Mrs. Lawrence Shafferman, chairman of the dinner,-.was assisted by Mrs. Albert- Kalbaugh. Mrs. Ernest Screen, Mrs. J. Louis Shaf-i ferman and Mrs. Earl Price. dominoes concluded with prizes being Cards arid the evening awarded to Mrs. Homer < Carlton and Mrs. Robert Derham in bridge, and Mrs. Mildred McDaniel and Mrs. Martha Douglas in 500: Mrs. James Orr and Mrs. Alice Beightol, dominoes; Mrs. Phyllis Cooley.and Mrs. Gormer, canasta, and Mrs. Mary Jane Tyree, special. Mrs. Carlton. will be hostess for the December meeting. the home of Mrs. Agnes Cox, 518 Maryland Avenue. Mrs. Cox presided and the scripture was read by Mrs. Marie Lear. Final arrangements were made for the Christmas banquet December. 15, A get-well card was sent to Mrs.'Margaret Fayman who has been ill. Games featured the entertainment and prizes were won^by Mrs. Mae, Copeland, Mrs; Lear, Mrs. Charlotte Shaffer, Mrs. 'Anrietta Fradiska, and Mrs. Anna Johnston. The next meeting will be held at home of Mrs. Pearl' Payne, 411 Central Avenue. LaVale Church Has Thanksgiving Theme Pfo'grdm ' The Companion Class : of the LaVale Baptist..Church.,held its recent meeting "at'the- church with Thanksgiving- as the theme. A supper: preceded the .business session. Randall. Hosteller gave the invocation reading'"Giving Thanks [or Blessings/' and Psalm 92 for Ihe. devbtionals. .. -• •-.'••,'•' "' The December/ meeting will be In the form o£...a jingle party., . Attending were i Mrs. Ray Nine and son, Mr. ..and . Mrs. ; -Lester Whitesides and three daughters, Mr.'and Mrs. Edwar ;B.eckman and daughter, Mr../and. Mrs: Waldo "Iarshbarger and '.four children, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Breedlove and three children, Mrs. sLeonora Snyder and daughter, Mr: and Mrs. William Harman and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Randall:. Hosteller and three'children, and Joseph.Dennison. -. Visito'rs were 'Miss' Ernestine Harman, John and Richard Frith. D.Of A Group Plans Banquet Past Councilors Club 2, Pride of Allegany Council 110, Daughters of OES Group To Be Honored At Lonaconing The Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association of Western Mary land. Order of the Eastern Star will be guests of Martha Washington Chapter 10, Lonaconing, Friday at 8 p. m. in the Masonic .Temple Lonaconing. • A program will be presented by the officers of the chapter honor ing Mrs. Myra Martin, president; and Donald Paulman, vice president, officers and members of the association. " . A business session -of the association will be held .November .29 at 8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple Cumberland; All.officers and mem bers are to be present as officers will be elected.. ;-~ ; The past matrons of Cumberland Chapter 56 and McKinley Chapter; 12 will be in charge, of serving refreshments. Cumberland Chapter Initiate Friday To Cumberland Chapter 56, Order of Eastern Star, will hold -an initiation ceremony at a meeting Fri day at 8 p.m. in Masonic Temple. : .Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman, worthy matron, and Ivan Hall, worthy patron, will preside. , Following the meeting Miss Marian Hamilton will sing several songs. dh;the Thanksgiving theme, accompanied by Mrs. Zimmerman at the. piano. ..^ • ., Refreshments; will be served ' by Mrs. Nellie Koerner.^ MRS;J. A. CHAMEY, Lot Aanlu, Calif., iiyt: "My doctor prcftribei St. Joseph Aipiria Tor Children. Iilwtrtlook for tht iuau. It his mj complttt trait." ; ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Meeting Postponed FROSTBURG — The Miners Hospital Auxiliary will meet at the Legion Home Monday, November 28, at 8 p. hi. instead of today as- previously announced. ; , Take The Guesswork Out Of Gift Buying .with Ormond's MIRACLE-FIT STRETCH NYLONS GIFT BOXED FREE \jrmoncL 10J BALTIMOKI ST. Events Briefly Noted The Cresap Homemakers 'Club vill meet Wednesday, November 30, at 9:30 a. m.., instead of tqirior/ •ow, . at. Crcsaptown Methodist Church. . •" , The executive board of Zion Women's Society of Christian -Service will meet at 7 p. m: Friday al the church. FOOTER'S Super Special C Dry Cleaned and Smartly Finished Harry FOOTER & Co. CLEANERS Thil'Special fric» *ff»ctiv« al all «ur »t«r«i in Cumberland', UValt, Freitburj, K.yi.r and Pitdmonr for .-•'limit**' lim» only. Fait, dry el.aning ttmc. an r.qvttt •.•'. '. Na Ixha Chargi! DRESS SHIRTS LAUNDERED V... ;a 1. . 4 A. , Hand Finiihtd and Individually'CtlUphan*. Wrapjnd. IOC ilry ut . . . yt> will b« at plMtad a> yaur n.ijhbon ara . . . Starts Friday! Shop 9:30 'til 5:00 After Thanksgiving Fashion Floor Peskin's annual after-Thanksgiving clearance—-we've priced slashed many of our Fall and Winter apparel ... and everything typically fine Peskin quality and styling : ... alF taken, from regular stock and sharply reduced . . for immediate clearance, dresses •;;. ; ; now 6.00 to 65.00 ; v were 9.95 ro 89:9$ iuits ..-... now 35.00 to 115.00 were 49.95 to 165.00 '* ..-.'• coats ;...- :... now 35.00 to 125.00 were 49.95 to 175.00 N blouses . . .. . now 2.50 to 11.00 were 3.95 to 14.95 ^ skirts were 8.95 to 19.95 now 6.00 to 15.00 co-ordinates ...... now 18.00 to 29.00 were 25.00 to 39.95 ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES Fashions — stcond floor Wnbaum's A C»A»TM£NT STORE W tK 1064 KA* CLEAN SWEEP S-A-t-E Second Floor Fashions Special group ladies Values to 79.98 Special group ladies Reg. to 19.98 Reg. tp;2, • . • ]'.:'. :'-^ ; -f,!l Reg. to 35.00 C| Special group FALL SUITS Reg. to 35. . . Reg. to 39.98 Reg. to 79.98 25, 35, Spec/a/ Groups SPORTSWEAR BLOUSES reg. 3.98 to 7.98 2.99 to 4.99 SKIRTS reg. 5.98 to 10.98 . 3.99 to 6.99 JACKETS reg. to 14.98 . . 6.99 and 8.99 JUMPERS reg. to 10.98 ........... 6.99 BERMUDA SHORTS reg. to 5.98 3.99 WESKITS reg. to 8.98 5.99 T. SHIRTS reg. 2.98 to 5.98 1.99 to 3.99 SWEATERS reg. 3.98 to 7.95 2.99 to 4.99 THRIFT BALCONY Group ft Values to 49.98 4.»T*«7«7 DRESSES ' ;::5ifc.7. •JO 9.99 Reg. to 19,98, JUNIORS/MISSIS, WOMEN'S SIZIS —but not in t«th ityle

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