Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 30, 1955 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD Taker ;N. Cumberland 'Homemakers >. • » Elect Two New Officers Newcomers To Hold Yule iPartyDec. 10 'I All former members and past s officers of the Newcomers Club have been invited to the club's an' nual Christmas dinner dance to be ' held December 10 at the Cumberland Country Club. t Mrs. J. A. Levens. president of • the club, has issued the invita- i tions. : Mrs. Henry Tubbs, chairman of ' the party, may be contacted for ' ! tickets by calling PA 4-3962 or the 'co-chairman, Mrs. Frank Leger, \ PA 2-5482. ', The regular card party of the J club will be held tonight at the Girl Scout House. Buster Brown Shoes for Children! at Siiinnamon's ' • •-..-.' < I 61 Baltimore St. • Mrs. Henry T. Pyle,s was elect ed president and Mrs. James Mullan treasurer of the North Cumberland Homemakers Club at a recent meeting in the recreation hall of the Fairview Avenue Methodist Church. Mrs. James Orr was chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Ralph Brotemarkle presided. Roll call, answered by favorite wall and floor cleaning methods of members, was preceded by the singing of the Hymn of the month, "Not Done For Mighty Empire." Mrs. Charles Roeder gave its history. The quotation of the month was read by Mrs. Pyles. A poem, "It's Later Than You Think," was given by Mrs. Madeline Snyder. Mrs. G. W. Eichner and Mrs. W. W. Grimes gave routine reports and Mrs. C. Raymond Burkey reported on the Achievement Day dinner. Mrs. J. E. Haus, clothing chairman, gave a report on the clothing demonstration at the Court House. Plans were completed for thi Christmas dinner December-15 a St. Mark's Reformed Church. Mrs Pyles maybe called for reserva tions. Mrs. E. F. Stewart was honorec as having a November birthday Guests were Mrs. William Ed wards, Mrs. John Schaaf, Mrs. E E. Reynolds, Mrs. Artie Durrett Mrs. Vertie Grubb and Mrs. Rose Umberger..Mrs. Samuel Clingan was chair man of hostesses who were Mrs E. F. Stewart, Mrs. Edward Ryan and Mrs. J. W. Welton. The closing song was "Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet." District -1, Maryland State'Nurses Assoication, will meet at 7:30/to night at Memorial HospitaljNuirses Home. The board meeting wijl • be at 6:45. .' : ' :-:'^.- Scientific Training and Preparation For one of America's most interesting and profitable careers. A complete beauty culture course in the shortest available time at a most seasonable tuition payment plan. Contact us today for enrollment in our January class! TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 Virginia Ave. PA 4-2180 Cumberland, Md. •'' ' FOOTER'S Super Special Dry Cleaned and Smartly Finished Harry FOOTER & Co. CLEANERS Thii Special Pries effective ol all our itorei in Cumberland, LaVale, Froitburg, Keyier and Piedmont for a limited time only. Fait, dry cleaning service on request ... No Extra Charge) Mrs. Knieriem Heads LaVale »• Fire Auxiliary • ,'&? The Ladies Auxiliary of -the La< Vale Volunteer Fire • Department elected Mrs. Leola Knierieni president at a recent meeting! Other officers are Mrs. Gladys Burkey first vice president: Mrs. Leona Long, second vice president; Mrs Flo Alexander, recording secre tary;. Mrs. Bessie Zembower financial secretary, Mrs. Leona McClellan, treasurer: Mrs. Freda Nine, chaplain: Mrs. Ann Kanv mauf, historian; Mrs. Vera Jewell guard; and Mrs. Fannie Kemp, reporter. Mrs. Elizabeth Zembower was elected to the auditing committee to serve with Miss Mildrec Beck and Mrs. Emma Youngblood. Installation will be held at the annual Christmas dinner December 17 at 6 p.m. at the fire hall, with the firemen serving the dinner. Mrs. Elda Schell. LaVale state president, will be installing officer with Miss Margaret Beck installing escort. County and state officers have been invited to attend. Mrs. Elizabeth Moody was chairman of the nominating committee. A program and jingle party will follow the installation. Mrs. Kan mauf and Mrs. Youngblood will be in charge of the program, with Miss Mildred Beck, Miss Margaret Beck, Mrs. Lelia. Lancaster and Mrs. Youngblood in charge of the table and decorations. Reservations are to be made by December 14 with Mrs. Douglas Ferguson, PA 2-0786. During the short business session the Auxiliary decided ,to purchase Venetian blinds and draperies for the hall. A check for $15 was-^sent to the State Auxiliary for the volunteer firemen's fund. It was decided to hold the next public supper January 12. Mizvah Class Has Program The Mizpah Bible Class of the First Baptist Church answered roll call with a verse of. Scripture at its recent meeting at the horn.e o." Mrs. Stanley Morris, 508-Eastern Avenue. • —-•- -• Mrs. Henry T. Humphreys presided at the business session and prayer was led by Mrs. William 5heally. The devotional, "The Power of Prayer," was given by Mrs. Elwood Weber. Mrs. Stanley Morris read the ,100th Psalm. A poem, "Song of Thanksgiving," was read by Mrs. James Ruppert. Mrs. H. R: Matlick closed with prayer. Attending were Mrs. . Walter Young, -Mrs. Paul Shanski, .Mrs. Elwood Weber,' Mrs. James Ruppert, Mrs. Thomas Darr, Mrs. James Athey, Mrs. Jay Cochrane, Mrs. Louis Marrale, Mrs. Harvey \Vilson. Mrs. O. J. Mortzfeldt, Mrs. Donald Bramble, Mrs. Gilbert Alt, Mrs. Russell Weber, Mrs. Gordon Miller, Miss Marie Williams, Jay Warren Cochrane, Gordon Miller, 0. J. Mortzfeldt, -Elwood Weber, Jay Cochrane, Walter Young, Henry T. Humphreys, and Stanley Morris. DRESS SHIRTS LAUNDERED 4A. Hand Finiihod and Individually Ctllophan* Wrapped. |0w . Try u> . . . you will bt at pl*a»d at yobr neighbor* ar» Omicron chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority will hold its Christmas party, December 13, at the All Chan Shrine Country Club, according to plans completed at the recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Betty Taylor, 701 Piedmont Avenue. Mrs. Estalene Shanholtzer presided. Plans were made also for a rummage sale and party 'to be held February 7, 1956. A white elephant sale was a feature of the program and the hostess served refreshments. Members present were Miss Ruth Barry, Miss Helen Mae Kreiling. Miss LeAnnah Matthews, Miss Shirley Sandsbury, Miss Margaret Smith, Miss Patricia Golden, Miss Dolores Chase, Miss Helen Kerns, Miss Ellen Newnam, Mrs. Helen Arthur, Mrs. Alplu. Barb, Mrs. LaVerne Hankins, Mrs. Charlotte Northcraft, Mrs. Barbara Richardson, Mrs. Estalene Shanholtzer, Mrs. Loretta Smith, and Mrs. Martha Van Horn. Mrs. Mary Harrison will be hos tess to chapter members December 6 at her home, 15 North Johnson Street. The Polish Mountain Homemakers Club -wil Ihold a' jingle party December 10 at 7 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Thomas Dixon. Members are to bring sandwiches and coffee. Events Briefly Noted The Drill Team and officers of Our Flag of Cumberland Council 100, Daughters of America, will meet at Junior Order Hall tomorrow at 7 p. m. for practice. The group will elect officers -at 7:30. The W.S.C.S. of Fairview Avenue Methodist Church will hold a rummage sale F-iday from 1 to 3 p. m. at the church, and a business meeting tonight at 7:30. '• The Happy-0-Happy Club will neet Friday at 8 p. m. at the irl Scout House. Members are to ; mng pickles and a package of food for e needy basket. The John Humbird School PTA is! lolding a covered dish supper this evening at the school. The Young Adult Class of St. vlark's Church will make Christmas candy in the church kitchen tomorrow evening at 7:30. AATJW International Relations roup will meet at 8 tonight afr the iome of Miss Margaret Baker, 313 reene Street. Holy Cross Woman's Guild will told a roast beef supper tonight in :he ( parish hall. A Christmas Cantata will be presented by the Homemakers' Chorus at the meeting of the Women's Republican. Club of Cumberland tomorrow evening at 8 in the Ali Ghan Shrine City Club. The business session -will be preceded by a board meeting at 7. p^f t \.' •, [>*} V- S-t-r-e-t-c-h NYLONS X value boxtop from \\\ : TETLEY TEA YOU'll BE THRILLED by the lovely, !eg-flattering beauty of these famous, first-quality, (50-gauge, ,15-denier, stretch nylons! They actually itrttch to a perfect fit no sag, no wrinkles, no twisted seams! Wear longer, too! And they're soft and sheer! Neutral shade. WE MAKE THIS OFFER because we want you to discover how much richer, more flavorful TETLEY TEA is! Real tea drinkers prefer TETLEY . . . it's a htartitr blend! Mote flavor comes through the te» b»g to you! 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Mrs. Myrtle Layton read President Eisenhower's 1953 Thanksgiving proclamation. The singing of.two hymns, 'For the Beauty of The Earth," and "Come Ye Thankful People, Come," followed The class will hold its Christmas party in the form of a "Traveling Supper" December 29. It was decided to give a donation toward the new bulletin board in front of the church. Mrs. Rose Hendrickson led the group in playing games. Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mrs. Lola Fairgrieyes and Mrs. Audrey Witt. Others attending were Mrs. Rose Hendrickson, Mrs. Myrtle Layton, Mrs. Beulah Feight, Mrs. Betty Alkire, Mrs. Eloise Shaffer, Mrs. Alma Simpson, Mrs. Virgie Bearrian, Mrs. Shirley Paxton, Mrs. Mildred Thomas and Mrs. Norma Wright, a guest. The Dorcas Bible Class of Emmanuel Methodist Church met recently at the home of Mrs. Leona Maphis, 1322 Virginia Avenue. Roll call was answered with a verse of Scripture. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bessie Keller and Mrs. Mary Maphis will be host : ess. Attending WP- Rev. and Mrs, Kenneth W. Grove, the former pastor of the church; Mrs. Alice Trout, teacher; Mrs. Missouri Malone, Homemaker Clubs Plan Open House Allegany County Homemakers clubs will hold open house at the home demonstration office, Court House, tomorrow and Friday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Tea and Christmas breads will be served from 2 to .4. i The theme will stress Christmas decorations for the table, mantle, windows and doors. The affair is open to the public as is the demonstration on native greens for decorations at'theXa- Vale Fire Hall tomorrow.' Harry Dengler, Extension • forester, Uni versity of Maryland, will give the demonstration. Pike. Lt. May has been stationed in Houston, Texas, where he was instructor in Aircraft Observer School.'Mrs. May received 'her masters Jegree in education at the Jniversity of Houston. Walter- Carey returned to Des Moines, Iowa, aft^r visiting his son, Charles Carey, ; and family at Cresaptbwn. :•.-.;. Sharon Ann Lease, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lease, 128 Frederick Street, is a patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Chloe Reynolds and Mrs. Elsie Kilroy, of Henry Hart Post ViF.W. Auxiliary,' attended the show and banquet Sunday in Baltimore sponsored by the Department of Maryland Ladies Auxiliary. More than 90 per cent of the world's rice is grown in Asia. Lt. and Mrs. Allan May returned to Summerville, S. C., after visiting Mrs. May's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Nelson Gilford, Baltimore FUNERAL FLOWERS Our Specialty Arthur Bopp 1621 Bedford St. PA 2-5414 Mrs: Annie Walker, Mrs. Ada Parker, Mrs. Anne Zimineriy, Mrs. Laura Smith, Mrs. Florence .Taylor, Mrs. Dora Richards, i<Irs. Address. City Zone State Offer void if t»jced, prohibited, or otherwise restricted by SUM of municipal lows. Save Time! Save Steps! BUY THESE FAMOUS FAVORITES AT YOUR A&P1 HALO SHAMPOO Btl. 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