Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 29, 1955 · Page 6
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-SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for • WANT AD ftktr Yule Decorations Will Be Demonstrated By Expert Couple Wed At Area Church ' The marriage of Miss Patricia Ann Pittman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Pittman, 34 Race Street, to James Walter Taschen berger Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Taschenberger, RD 4, took place. Saturday evening in Mount Tabor Methodist Church, with Rev. William Anderson officiating. Mr. and Mrs. George McGregor, brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom, were the attendants, Mrs. Taschenberger is a stenographer and clerk in the office of the Maryland Veterans Commission. Mr. Taschenberger recently was discharged after two years in the United States Army, and is employed by the: Chaney Transportation Company. Both are graduates of Fort Hill High School. • Mr. and Mrs. Taschenberger Sr., entertained for their son and his bride with a .reception at their home following the ceremony. The extension office announces that Harry Dengler, Extension forester from the University of Maryland, will be here Thursday to give a demonstration on the use of greens for Christmas indoor anc outdoor decorations.' It will be an open meeting al 7:30 p. m. at the LaVal'. Fire Hall The event is being held in conjunction with the Christmas open house the Homemakers Clubs wil hold in the extension office at the Court House Thursday and Friday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Joseph M. Steger, county agent; Miss Mary P. Wise, home demonstration agent; Merritt " Pope Jr. assistant county agent, and Miss Justine E. Miller,"' assistant home demonstration agent, will be in charge of arrangements. E von Is Briefly Noted M* leinimj Slzt $1.29R«xall MONACET Aspirin compound rtlievejpain QA • f«t 200'i.30 c FORD'S Drug Stores CUMBERLAND and FROST'BURG The -Happy Valley Homemakers Club will hold its Christmas party Thursday at 6 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Boyd'Sulser, Valley Road. Mountain District Luther League will meet at 7 tonight at St. Paul's church, Frostburg. A film, "The Accused," will be shown. 'A card party will be held at 8:15 tonight; iin';: the basement^ of St. Anthony's "Church, Ridgeley. A bazaar will, be held by the Women's Association-of South min- ster Presbyterian Church Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will hold a rummage sale tomorrow at 10 a.m.'in the, basement of Junior Order Hall. " Iota Chapter., Forest Circle Has Election Officers were elected by Iota chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, ^ recent evening it the Girl Scout' House. They will be installed in January."" A pledge service was also held. Mrs. Jane Frederick was elected advisor; Mrs. Jean Holt, treasurer; Miss Dorothy Niner, historian, and Mrs. Hazel Kemp, chaplain. Mrs. Kay Dodds v.as held over as president: Miss Joan Nichols, vice president; Mrs. Mararet Hartman, secretary; Miss Nancy Parker, warden, and Mrs. Betty Dean, musician. Miss Nichols conducted the pledge service ,fpr Mrs. Lillian Hannas. Mrs. Hannas, and Mrs. Ann Caporle were initiated. .Taking :>art in the ceremony were.Mrs. Dodds as Hera; Miss Nichols, Aphrodite: Mrs. Hartman, Hestia; Miss Niner, Athena: Miss Parker, ris: Mrs. Kemp and'Mrs. Dorothy Mallott, muses: and Mrs. Dean at the piano. Plans were made for the Christmas party December 9 at the Girl Scout House: Members are to jring their children and. it-will be a family affair with Mrs. Dodds general chairman. Miss Nichols and Mrs. Hartman are to take care of the entertainment; Mrs. Malldtt. VLrs. Dean and Mrs..Hannas, refreshments; Mrs. Frederick and Mrs. Dodds, decorations. An executive meeting will be ield January 12 and the regular Dusiness session January 27. Metals such'as aluminum, copper and gold, when ground very fine, are used as pigments in paint. \ Tfie Fabulous Page Boy" The Most Exciting Shoe of the Year A» i««n in 5iv«nU»n, Glamour and Harptr'i Bazaar These Lovely Doeskin Slippers Come In Navy Green Pastel Blue White Grey All Sizes and Widths Exclusive With . . . • Pastel Pink' • Red' '*: ... • -. Yellow • Natural " • Helio Black 57 Baltimore St. Sisters Of Sacred Heart Entertain Parents Of Nurses W, C. Lewis Jr., Feted By-Parents On llth Birthday Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lewis. 220 Harrison Street, entertained vith a birthday party honoring heir son, William C. Lewis Jr:, in celebration of his eleventh .birthday/,. ••:' -, : .-••-••The party was held November 25 at Young's Restaurant, Bedford load. Games and dancing fea- ured the entertainment and con- esi prizes were awarded to Charene Sibley, Franklin Johnson, Donald Duffy and Susan Bender:". Mrs. Lewis was assisted by Mrsr Harry W. Young and Mrs. William J. Robertson. Other guests were Janelle Miller, Jane Beery, Vada Thomas, Charene Sibley, Ethel Meeks, • Sandra Calhoun, Karen Ullery, Oletta Ket- :erman, Patricia Campbell, Janet McGregor, ! Patricia Huffman and Barbara Moore. Eugene Hare, Raymond Wills, franklin Johnson, Donald Duffy, William Robertson/Robert Robertson, David Lynch, George Kirby, Jay EVvin, Peter Ervin, Gary Wiseman and: Thomas Johnson. The parents of the 30 student freshmar nurses of Sacred Heart Hospital School of Nursing were entertained by the Sisters of Charity of the hospital at a tea Sunday afternoon in the Laery of the^ount Nurses, Home. The welcome was extended by ;he class president, Miss Rose Mary Ord. The program included vocal selections by the Sacred Heart School Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Richard W. Tre- vaskisrSr. The class presented a.skit, "The Little Red School House on Hop tins Corner," and a tableau, "A Dream Come True." Other vocal numbers on the program were "He," "Autumn Leaves/' and "Bless This House," and two piano solos, "Clare de Lune," DeBussy, and "Solfeggietto, "Bach, were played by Miss Joanne Neu- )iser. Taking part in the "The Little *ed School House" sketch were Miss Nancy Kegg,'.Miss Margaret tavenscroft, Miss Sylvia Crosten, Hiss Shirley Stiver, Miss Nancy Lancaster, Miss Mary Jane Farrell, Miss Barbara Tyree, Miss Sandra Thompson, Miss Rosemary Wotring and Miss Donna Lou Al- larn'ong. .. :.. Participating in. the tableau, "A Dream Come True," were Miss Neubiser, Miss Sylvia Crosten, Miss Patricia Lee, Miss Mary Virjinia Morgan, Miss Rita Nies, Miss 3 atricia Miller and Miss.Constance Fearnow. : '-..'.: the Ladies Auxiliary of the hospital, Mrs. Joseph A. Madden, resident, were hostesses for the ea. The tea table was decorated with fall flowers and candles. Mrs. Gorman Fearnow and Mrs. William McCIeary : poured. ' •' '• Miss Doris Turner, 206 Arch Street, returned after spending the weekend with her parents in Strasburg. Pa. • Miss Mary C. Dailey returned to iood Cpllege, Frederick, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dailey, 600 Kent Avenue. Miss Lottie E. Dailey, 206 Arch Street, returned after visiting her >rother Lawrence M. Williams, ill at his home in Martinsburg. W. Va. Young bald eagles do not have he white spot on their heads which characterize fully adult birds. , 11 looks so expensive! It costs so little!Vanity Fair's new and beautiful gown in superb nylon tricot with the cut, the fit, the decor you expect of gowns that are priced at so much more. To wit: wide and handsome lace molding and matching the becoming bodice,' bow-knots appliqucd on the shaped midriff, the gathered skirt deeply banded with net. Divinely comfortable and, of course, no pressing is ever necessary. Dawn Pink, Heaven Blue Gifi Boxed Free Sizes 32 to 38 8.93 Main Floor ^.ohrer-Herpich Class Entertained Mr;.. and Mrs.. Gordon Miller were hosts to members of the Roh- rer-He'rpich Bible : Class of the First Baptist Church a recent night at their home in Cresaptown. Wives, of: members were also guests. Mrs. 0. J. Mortzfeldt presided at the business session. J. H. Judy read the Scripture lesson and >rayer was offered by George Pulliam. Plans were made for the coming year. : , There will not be a meeting in December but on January 26 Mr. and Mrs. George Booth will enter ain at their home, 515 Marshall Street. Mr. Booth gave the clos- ng prayer. Mrs. Miller w.as assisted in serv- ng refreshments by Mrs. M, M. Wilier. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Weber, Mr. and Mrs. S. -. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Humphreys, Mrs. J. H. Judy, Mr. and Mrs. :,.George Booth, 0. J. Mortzfeldt; Mrs. Russell Wentling, and Gordon Miller. Many sheep raisers consider the jolden eagle a serious menace to heir lamb crops. Goals Reviewed By Park Place Church Society The Woman's Society of Chris tian Service of Park Place Methodist .Church met a recent evening at the church with Mrs. Herbert Cessna, presiding. Devotions were led by Mrs. Raymond Koontz> A review of the quadrennial goals was given. Goal 1, "Spiritual Growth," was presented by Mrs. Cessna; Goal. 2,/"Widening Fellowship," by Mrs/Cletus Mallow; Goal 3, "A World Church," Mrs. Ernest Doman; Goal 4, "Peace,'' Mrs. William Greer; Goal 5, "Missions," Mrs. Russell Moon, and Goal 6, "Discipleship,"' Mrs. Elizabeth Moody. A skit, "The Price of Discipleship," was given by Mrs. Moody, Mrs. Reggie Wolfe Sr., and Mrs. Lulu Hughes. The next book study will begin in January with the subject "To Combine Our Efforts For Lasting Peace." Others present were Mrs. Stanley Barmoy, Mrs. Elmer Lancaster, Mrs. Harry Short, Mrs. Albert Comer, Mrs. Ralph'Heridrick- sori, Mrs. Charles Price, Mrs. Earl Sills and Mrs. Ford Lee. Art, Garden GroupsPlan Decorations The Art and Garden groups of the Woman's Civic Club will meet Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the Cumberland Free Public Library to make decorations for the club's Christmas luncheon. Those attending Thursday's workshop' are to bring scissors, needles and thimbles. The Christmas luncheon will be held Thursday, December 15, at Emmanuel Episcopal Church parish house. Zion WSCS Party Friday The Women's .Society of Christian Service of Zion - Methodist Church will hold its annual Christ : mas party, and program- at the church Friday at 6 p. m. in. the form of a covered dish supper. Secret sisters will be revealed and a jingle party held. The committee in charge of the program is comprised of Mrs. Thora. Tewell, Mrs. Louise Sanson and 'Mrs,. Florence Thompson. .The decorations will be done by Mrs. Sadie Durst, Mrs. Edith Simons and Mrs. Bertha Brotemarkle. Members are asked to-bring a place setting and a jingle, gift. Area Residents Attend Wedding Anniversary KEYSER — Claude Pulliam, South Main Street, has returned from Covington, Va., where he attended the fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration of his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Loughrie, who were married November 24,1905. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Pulliam, Cumberland, and Mr. and Mrs. Maude Johnson, Grantsville. •;•-.-• . George Pulliam and. Mrs. Johnson are. brother and sister of Mrs: Loughrie.' The-two'-'brothers ;and sister attending the wedding of their sister to Loughrie in Preston County a 'half-century ago. There were 13 children in the Pulliam family. Savings For You During Martin's FASHION CLEARANCE . —— -•— SELECTED GROUPS FASHION ORIGINAL COATS Regularly $59.98 to $145.00 $52" TO $99" " '— • — SELECTED GROUPS FASHION ORIGINAL DRESSES Regularly $19.98 to $49.98 * $1199 TO $29" _ « . -___,. ENTIRE STOCK FASHION ORIGINAL :: SUITS Regularly $55.00 to $98.98 $39" AND $59" $14.95 Tweed Skirts, half price ...,. $7.48 $6.50 and $6.98 Sweaters <.. ..,.. $3.99 (Cardigan and Pullover Styles'— Orion or Vicava) $7.95 Jersey Blouse, half price ... ,'.''$3.99 /ortj/'Seuen baltimore street Woman's Golf Association To Hold Card Party Dec. 6 WSCS Circles. Plan Bazaar The -"Christmas Gift Shop" bazar of the WSCS of the LaVale Methodist Church will open December 6 to 11 a.-m. and continue through the day until 9 p. m. at the church hall. . ••• Various Circles will be in charge of the booths. The O'Brien-Miller Circle has charge of the apron booth; McDonald-Close; toys; Wright-Goodfellow, Christmas gifts and decorations; Richardson-Daniels, needlework; and Danneckerr Horner,'luncheon. There also is to be a white elephant booth, candy and baked goods booths and fishpond. Lunch will be served from 11 a. m. to l,p. m..Coffee, tea and dessert-will be available throughout the day. ': - ; Rev. Robertson Will Address Service Group The Community Service Group ol the Woman's- Civic Club will meet Thursday for;.a -luncheon at 12:30 at the home of Mrs. Frank Leger, 611 Washington Street. Rev. Maurice D. Robertson, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will.be guest speaker. Jleservatjons are to be made today-with Mrs. Leger, PA 2-5482; Mrs. .Albert Paye, PA 2-4202; or Mrs. Paul Fletcher, PA 2-0377, co- hostessesi The Women's Golf Association of ihe Cumberland Country Club will sponsor a public card party Tuesday, December 6, at l.p. m. in the club ball room. The many prizes will include special awards. The proceeds will be used for improvement of the locker rooms. Mrs. F. B. Whitworth is general chairman in charge of arrangements. Miss Madolyn Morris- is chairman of tickets; Mrs. Albert _. Eskin. correspondence; Mrs. Richard- W.. Trevaskis Jr., prizes; Mrs. George M. Young and Mrs. Ralph R. Webster, telephone: Miss Nancy Smith, refreshments, and Mrs! Frederic Eiler, accommoda- :ions. Mapleside Homemakers Christmas party will be held December 5 instead, of December .12 at Central YMCA. Reservations are to be made by December 2 with Mrs. Joseph ;Kuhlman, PA 2-2942. MAY'S HAT SHOP 142 Bedford St. will be CLOSED until Thursday due to death - in the family The Cresap Club will meet tomorrow at 9:30 a. m. at the Methodist Church, Cresaptown. Miss Mary Wise will give a demonstration on wall and floor treatments. Each member is to bring a hat decorated with kitchen gadgets to be sold. 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