Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for » WANT AD Taker Yule Party, January Book Sale Planned By A AW Double M Club To Hold Yule Dinner Dec. 17 The Double M Club held its No vember meeting in the recreation room of Fairview Methodist Church. The nominating committee was selected and olans made for a turkey dinner and party December 17 at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Donna Easton, Jesse Baker and Harold Hawkins were named to select new officers. Sirs. Glady Baker and Mrs. Hilda Hawkins were appointed chairmen for the dinner and Mr.-and Mrs. Robert Webster will be in charge of the recreation . program. Each member is to bring 50 cents for a jingle gift. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Katherine Groves and Mrs. Hawkins. The tables were decorated in the Thanksgiving theme. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maxey, Mr. arid Mrs. Jesse Baker, Mrs' Donna' Easton, Mn and Mrs. John Groves, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webster and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dicken. Undergoes Surgery WESTERNPORT ~ Miss Leota BiddJe, 244 Main Street, underwent surgery in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyset. A book sale for the benefit of i fellowship fund will feature the January meeting of the Cumber land Branch of A.A.U.W., accord ing to plans made by the board at its recent meeting at Happy Hills Restaurant. Mrs. William Van Newkirk presided. Members will be asked to con tribute food and used books for the sale which will be conducted as an auction. The January 11 meeting will be in the form of an open board sion at the First Federal Savings and Loan Association. Plans were reviewed for the annual Christmas party December 14 at the home of Mrs. Milton Beneman, 109 Luteman Road. A one act play is being prepared by the drama and creative writing groups. The garden group announced they will do the decorating for- the Christmas party. Miss Margaret Baker will be liostess to the international relations group, Wednesday, Novem- 3er 30, and the groat books group will meet Tuesday, December 6, at the home of Mrs. Milton Granet, LaVale. St. Patrick's Mothers Meet Monday An average of 33 ships pass through the Suez canal jevery day. The St. Patrick's Mothers Club vill hold a meeting Monday eve- ling at 7:45 in St. Patrick's Social Center. Refreshments will be served by the Ninth and Tenth Grade mothers. Class mothers in charge are Mrs. Bernard Coyle, Mrs. Harry Fraley, Mrs. Edward Mullan and Mrs. Emmet. Fahey. ! i Sport Club Will Prepare Yule Basket Covers were laid for 46 persons at the monthly dinner and sociai of the Women's Sport Club a recent night at the Cumberland Country Culb. Bronze and yellow mums were used in the decorations and in the corsages given as favors. Mrs. Mildred George presided at ,he business session when it was voted to prepare a basket for a needy family at Christmas. Bridge prize winners were Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Eleanor Lavin, Mrs. Ann Bible; 500, Mrs. Vivian Sodda and Mrs. Loretta Haus. \lrs. Edith Shanholtz won the award for the evening. Guests were Mrs. Mary Blum, Mrs. Shanhoitz, Mrs. Elaine Deal, Mrs. Helen McKern, Mrs. Anna Hession, Mrs. Betty Ravenscroft, Mrs. Madelyn Rizer, Mrs. -lazel Keech, Miss Wanda Lee •Tanks and Mrs. Lucille Davidson. The next meeting will be held December 8 at the Ali GhamShrine Country Club. Virgil L. Hartsock, LaVale, is a )atient in Sacred Heart Hospital. Mr. and Mrs.' Walter E. Pierce and 'daughter, Patricia, are spend- ng the holiday weekend with h mother, Mrs. Walter L. Pierc 00 Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Traugott Jr and daughter, Cynthia Susan 'hiladelphia, are spending th loliday weekend with Miss Paulin /IcEvoy, 220 Washington Street. Thanksgiving Marked With Program By VFW Auxiliary A Thanksgiving party and pro-* gram featured the meeting of|_^ , TIT. Henry Hart Auxiliary V.F.W. Tues- K/7 clfpf C U/1 day night at the Post Home. Mrs. *-'Uan,VL9 rT I Grace Bosenberg read "The First Thanksgiving Proclamation" sign ed by George Washington in 1789 Mrs. Ruth Jane Watson, Chaplain offered a prayer of thanksgiving. Mrs. Mary Moore presided at tb business session and announcec that the next meeting Decembe 13 will be in the form of the an nual Christmas party. Mrs. Wat son will be in charge of refresh ments and Mrs. Mary Reiber wil be gift chairman. The program wil be directed by Mrs. Isabel! Hymes. Jingle gifts will be ex changed. Donations were voted to the Friends Aware of Handicappec Children; National V.F.W. Auxil iary Cancer Fund, and the national V.F.W. Home at Eaton Rapids Mich. Mrs, Moore urged all members to attend the anniversary party be ing held tomorrow by Henry Hart Post. Announcement was made of a party to be held by District 3 V.F.W. Auxiliaries at Baker V. A. 'enbr December 11. Members are :o donate cookies, socks and cig- arets to be given to the patients. A special prize of the evening donated by Mrs. Maud Cranford was won by Mrs. Zellene Morris. Pin Checks here ... Pin Checks there . . . NO-IRON cotton knits IN LONG-IASTINC COLOP?! Newest little fashions for kickers and crawlers. Soft. . . sweet. Carter-Set . . . won't shrink out of fit. No binding! No chafing! Worlds of grow room. Baby showers on your calendar? She'll love time-saving Carter's most of all. Here: Sacque Set, layette-size. Snap - fastened plasticized pant. Pink, blue, yellow. 2.50 2.1 LAZARUS - CHILDREN'S And here: Two-piece creeper with plasticized pant. Nevabind 'sleeves, stay-up shoulders. Blue, mint, yellow. 6 mbs.- 1 yr; 1% yrs.-2 yrs. And here: Panli-Dress with matching plasticized pant. Elasticized ruffles. Pink, blue, yellow. 6 mos.-l yr.; 16 yrs.-2 yrs. DEPT. - THIRD FLOOR Beech-Nut is fussier than I am about feeding my twins'" says Connie Clausen on tht OR. SPOCK TV Program I'm discovering so many wonderful things to tell Dr. Spook's audience about Beech-Nut. Believe me, the Beech-Nut people work in their spotless plant in > Canajoharir, N. Y., as if every bit of food they make was for a baby of their own..Next to us mothers, Beech-Nut is the fussiest baby feeder in the world K Ste DR. SPOCK on TV presented by IIICH-NUTftAlY FOODS Singing Team Will Feature Elks Dance The "Winter Karnival Holidays" .program of Cumberland Lodge 63, B.P.O. Elks, will feature the singing team of Russ Reynolds and Earlene Hardman at the dance tomorrow night at the Elks Club. Dancing will start at 9:30 and all members and their guests are '.vel- come. Reservations can be made by telephoning members of the Social Sessions committee, Clifton Hafer, chairman. CD A Court Has Meeting Court Cardinal Gibbons 529 Catholic Daughters of America, honored members whose birthdays occur in November and held hillbilly program at a meeting earlier in the week. Those honored were Mrs. Eleanor Sell, Miss Catherine Matthews, Miss Lucy Martz and Mrs. Irene Abbott. Taking part in the program were Mrs. Katherine Kilroy, Mrs. Cecelia Albright, Mrs. Prances Shircliffe, Mrs. Madelyn Panelli, Mrs. Julia Newman, Mrs. Elizabeth Mc- ,ean and Susan Kilroy.; Prizes for the evening.Avere won y Miss Anna Ketzner, Mrs. Josephine DiBacco and Mrs. Florence .eonard. Plans were formulated or a bake sale to be held Sunday after the masses at SS. Peter and 'aul parish hall. A business meeting will be held December 5. Be Distributed At Mt. Tabor Plans were made for Christmas baskets to be distributed to aged residents and shut-ins o/ the com-j munity at a recent meeting of thej Mount Tabor W. S. C. S. | Thirty-one members and two visitors, Mrs. Thomas Higgins, of Brunswick, and Mrs. Eugene Piper, Spring Gap, were present. [ The Korean Creed' was read in unison. The topic was "Women of the Church Throughout the Centuries." A panel composed of Mrs. Lester Mullinax, Mrs. Sadie Athey, and Mrs. Calvin Wolfe discussed "Women of the Church." Mrs. Lester Ritchie and Mrs. Walter Taschenberger gave reports. Mrs. Foster Smith conducted the devotional service. ' Hostesses for November were Mrs. Norman Twigg, Mrs. Condy Miller, and Mrs. Chester Delawder, The tables were arranged with Thanksgiving decorations. Events Briefly Noted FTA Delegates Named At Valley High School LONACONING - Rosalie Llewelyn and Anna Mae Bishop will represent Valley High School Fu- ,ure Teachers of America at the Jllian.C. Corncto:! Chapter of FTA area meeting Tuesday in the Frostburg State Teachers College dining hall. The objective of the meeting will je to formulate a council for this area. Refreshments will be served and a movie entitled "Mike Makes fis Mark," an educational film published by the National Educa- ion Association, will be shown. ( Election Planned Pythian Sisters By FROSTBURG-At a recent meet- ng of Calanthe Temple 3, Pythian Sisters, plans were made for the nnnual Christmas party December 2 in the Junior Hall, Broadway, Nomination of officers will be held and gifts in the amount of $1 will be exchanged. Members attending the roll call at Morning Star Temple, Lonacon- ng, were: grand proctor, Pearl Wilson: Carrie Miller, most excel- ent chief; Grace Thomas, past chief; Agnes Baker, senior; Helen Bosley, guard; Elizabeth Odgers, Ruth Leeger and Clara Walbert. Pie crust is flakier if the top is brushed lightly with cold water iust before the pie goes into the oven. The musk ox of the far north is not really an ox, but a member 01 he sheep family. AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT Beautiful Wool Nylon or Velvet STOLES $ 3,98 ™ '7,98 I K i S 1 Choice of white, pink, $ /! grey and black. « « 301/2 N. Centre St. The Women's League of Beth Jacob Synagogue will hold a rummage sale Monday at 6:30 p. m. in ;he. vestry room. Mrs. Harry Stein, chairman, is being assisted by \lrs. Sol Glicksman, Mrs. Alvin Finesman and Mrs. Charles Wain- gold. r The Bedford Road Girls 4-H Club will meet tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Margaret Wilhelm. The Bedford Road Fire Company ill hold its weekly dance from 9 to 12 tomorrow night at the fire hall. Group 4 of the WSCS of Central Methodist Church will hold a rummage sale Monday from 3 to 5 nd 6 to 8 p.. m. in the church basement, South George Street. The Goodwill Class of Potomac Park EUB Church wil 1 : meet. at! 7:30 p. m. today at the church. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters will meet at 7:30 p. m. to> day at the Junior Order Hall. » SALE ALL LIGHTWEIGHT BRANDED NYLON MESH AND KNITTED GIRDLES Values 2.00 to 3.95 $1.00 • EAi EACH WHITE MESH Were 8.50 Broken Sizes $3-00 V EACH Making Room for Full Mtrchandit* Exc/us/ve wrfh M/ss MacMu//an At . . . ^^ Remember/ A religious gift will show excellent taste. £ You honor the recipient and reflect your own 3 good spirit. fi g A RELIGIOUS GIFT FOR A .RELIGIOUS FEAST i 3 An unatual fine collection to choote from THE AVE MARIA SHOP 37 Frtderkk Sfrtet STARTS FRIDAY AT MARTIN'S! After-Thanksgiving CLEARANCE \ ; 9 ! SELECTED GROUPS FASHION ORIGINAL C OAT S $59.98 GOATS 65.00 COATS 69.98 COATS 79.98 COATS 85.00 COATS 89.98 COATS 98.98 COATS 110.00 COATS 119.98 COATS 129.98 COATS 139.98 COATS 145.00 COATS Now $ 52.99 Now 54.99 Now 59.99 i Now 64.99 Now 69.99 Now 74.99 Now 84.99 Now 94.99 Now 99.99 Now 109.99 Now 119.99 Now 124.99 ENTIRE STOCK FASHION ORIGINAL SUITS $55.00 SUITS 59.98 SUITS 69.98 SUITS $79.98 SUITS 89.98 SUITS 98.98 SUITS .$'.1099 *J S $5999 Group Winter SUITS Reg. $25.00 .. $14.99 * * SELECTED GROUPS FASHION ORIGINAL DRESSES SIZES 7 to 15... 10 to 20... 12/2 to 22'/ 2 $19.98 DRESSES .......,......... Now $11.99 25.00 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 ..... |S|OW 29.99 . —^ -• -—".'..'.' SALE SELECTED GROUPS SPORTSWEAR $14.9515KIRTS (All Wool Tweeds) $6.50 & $6.98 SWEATERS (Cardigan and Pullover Styles.. . . Orion or Vicard) $7.95 BLOUSE... (Washable Jersey) $499 forty-seven baltimore street

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