Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4GOO for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1955 FIVE CTP Bowling League Plans Christmas Party For Dec. 29 the The Baltimore and Ohio C.T.P Bowling League decided at a re< cent meeting to hold its Christ mas party December 29 at Cumberland Outdoor Club. Mrs. Rose Landis was appointed chairman with Mrs. Barbara Sarver and Mrs. Marge' Ziler members of hcr committee Mrs. Mary Painter. Mrs. Nor. Young Mothers Entertained Mrs. Mullan The Young Mothers Club was entertained a recent evening by! Mrs. Jean Mullan. 610 Fairview Doerner. Mrs. Lillie Gobeli am Avenue. Mrs. Lucinda White were appoint After a short business meeting ied to arrange for card games an< cards were played and refresli-'contests. rnents served. j Members of the league will ex Others oresent were. Mrs, Bonnie Change jingles. Brant, Mrs. Jane McCreary, Mrs.; Helen Monahan, Mrs. Betty Mul-! '" • " '— Ian and Mrs. Helene Kegg. • j The December meeting will be' at the home of Mrs. Brant, Shriver Avenue, at which .time a jingle party will be held. I- There are more Eskimos Indians in Alaska. than ASTHMA , SUFFERERS FIND CURB FOR MISERY DUE. TO ASTHMA ATTACKS. RUSHED HERE! Now hope for relief from asthma paro ysms is seen today in' reports of success with a palliative formula which acts to relieve congestion. Men and women who formerly suffered with dread coughing, choking, wheezing asthma attacks now afler using it. but considering tell of blessed relief rKOMETIX costs S3, results, this is not expensive, amounts to only a few pennies per dose. (Caution— life p.ily as directed.) PKOMET1X is •old with strict money-back guarantee by Ford's Drug Stores — Cumberland £ ' Frostburg — Mail Orders Filled. Mr. and Mrs. Lantz Malone am son, Larry, of Oldtown Road, re turned from St. Petersburg. Fla. where they visited Mrs. Malone's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Vanorsdale, former! 1 ' of Cumberland. Mrs. Bessie Shafer, Fairmont, VV. Va., is visiting her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Frost, 6 Roberts Street, Cumberland. Mrs. Ruth Snyder. Akron, and Mrs. Betty Snyder, Newark, N.J., returned to their homes after visiting their stepfather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. William Lechliter, Lament Street. Mrs. Mary Devine, Fairgo, is a surgical patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. Women 9 sGroup Of Centenary Votes Gifts The Women's Society of Chris tian Service of Centenary Church voted donations of S5 tach to UK Swartzel Home, scholarship fund d the Bedford Road Pirc Com inny at the meeting at the church Mrs. Edith Nicld presided. Mrs. Rose Yeargan. Spiritual ,ife chairman, conducted the dc 'otionals on the topic "Women n The Church Through The Ccn- uries." She also read a pucm, Thanks." and Mrs. Fannie Wilson cad a Thanksgiving poem. "Women's Interest in Local National and International Af"airs," was presented by Miss lyna Fey, status of women chair- nan. Reports were given by Mrs 'rene Growden, Mrs. Rulhella Fey -.nd Miss Mary Ellen Growden The group sang. "Standing On the Promises," "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," and "If Your Heart Keeps Right." A Christinas party will be held at the next meeting. Decembei 28 instead of the regular night Each member is to bring a 50-cent jingle gift. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Mary Smouse were hostesses for the meeting. Miss Barbara Purnell, a visitor, and 20 members attended. iMISS CHRISTINA PEARL WILLIAMS A Teen Agers Club will be organized in the Bedford Road vicinity Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Bedford Road Fire Hall, sponsored by the Fire Auxiliary. Mrs. Fredjlj / -j, 1 j-j f . .7 Purnell will preside. \LSUIISIU J . Christina P. Williams To Be Bride Of Hopewell, Va., Man 3 Hour Toy SALE AT HILL'S ROUTE 40 STORE Friday 6 PM to 9 PM 50 DOLLS Off $20.00 Dolls $10.00 $15.00 Dolls . $ 7.50 $ 5.00 Dolls $ 2.50 Special Group of DOLL CARTS $ 6.00 Carriages $3.00 $10.00 Carriages $5.00 $17.98 Carriages $8.00 Married To B.H.DorsevJr. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, of Walnut Drive, Hopcwell, Chesterfield county, Va., formerly of Cumberland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Christina Pearl, to Vincent C. Di Marco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Camiilo Di Marco, of Hopewell. Miss Williams attended Thomas Dale High School, Chester, Va., and Mr. Di Marco is a graduate of St. Joseph's High School, Petersburg, Va. The .; marriage will take place February 4. 1G56. . G. Mr. McKinnie To Wed Here The marriage of Miss Helen G, La Vale Century Club Receives Members, Library Books Dr. W. Roycc Hodges gave a talkfDavy Crockett," Parks: "Colum- to the members of the LaValejbus and His Brothers," llogcbeim; Century Club on "Cancer Detection '"Story of Stephen Foster," Mea"Misty of Chincoieague," o lf ° bcrs Wcrc inlroduccd - McKinnie "ml Durham N C 1"""" """' '"" uv '" t '-'-'' 'pital," Dudley; "The Little Engine will take tomorrow after- Ml ' s - Ric!l -' i: 'd Johnson presided]That Could." Brogg: "Christmas noon at 4:30 in the Second Baptist at tlic busincss meeting and an-|Ii. the Barn," Brown: "The Boy Ch lirc h. neunced the appointment of Mrs.jOn the Road," Vance; "Silver Milton Graiiet as assistant library Chief—Dog of the North," O'Brien; chairman. Mrs. Donald Kinsey "My Friend Flicka." O'Hara; and Mrs. Gilbert Bolm were!"Strawberry Roan," Long: "The named co-chairmen for the Molh-JTrees Kneel At Christmas," Love- ers' March of Dime:, in January, ilace; "Phantom Uackfield." Brier: Mrs. William O'BrJen, welfare:'"''be .loe Louis Story," Louis; Church. The wedding parly will include Mrs. Patricia Uobey. matron of honor: Mrs. Margaret Conlon. bridesmaid: Charles Smith, Columbia, S. C., best man. and Richard Hyff and Jacob Donahue, city, ushers. A reception will be held at Minke's Cottage Inn following the ceremony. The bride-elect is a graduate of Fort Hill High School, Class of 1950,, and of Sacred Heart Hospital School of Nursing, Class of 1933. She is employed on the pediatric staff at the hospital. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of North Carolina State College, Class of 1952, and is employed by the Southern Railway. Tlic bride-elect was recently honored by Mrs. Conlon with a miscellaneour shower at the lat- tcr's home, 521 Cumberland Street, and with a dinner at the Fort Cumberland Hotel with the nurses . and nurses' aides of the pediatric department hostesses. The marriage of Miss Donna Jean Carr, of Hyndman, and Benjamin Hugh Dorsey Jr., Homewood Addition, son of Benjamin H.' Dorsey, and .the late Mrs. Dorsey, took place November 19. The ceremony was performed by jf 7 p,. rM/ . TT/,'7/ candlelight in the. home of Rev. IJUlgle faity Will Joseph -L. Hoopengardner, 50 f pn -f lir p pircmpn Ormond Street, Frostburg. L ^lilil L L LIUIIUI .The bride wore a wood rose colored dress with white- accessories and a waist corsage of white rosebuds. ... Guests were Mr-.-and Mrs. Bernard Mankamzer and Mr. Mrs. Benjamin Dorsey Sr. and Auxiliary Meeting The Allegany-Garretl County Ladies Auxiliary of the Volunteer Firemen' will hold 1 a meeting and jingle party December 13 at 7:30 p. m. in the Bowling Green Fire Hall. Mrs. Ann Kammauf, LaValc, state ways and means chairman will discuss plans for the sale of aprons at the state convention in June. Each Auxiliary is to contribute aprons for the sale. Airs. Marjoric Pryor, Clarysvillc, county president, will represent the ijletter for the six flags the Auxi- Auxiliary 'at the state executive Ijliary presented to the Oldlownjmcoling in Baltimore in April and llSchooI. Sisler Post VFW \ Auxiliary To Hold Christmas Parly Clifford B. Sisler Post Auxiliary, Hi VFW, of Oldtown, was thanked'by LIMITED QUANTITIES BE EARLY Mrs. Ruth Crabtrce. president, read the letter from Hubert! also the state convention in Frederick in June. Radcliffe, principal of the school.! F 1 ' .jF ti •Mrs. Julia Rislcr, Hascrstown. district president, talked on "The! il III UlOll H-L jVtlwi3JU \-iilt I.C»*IXVM u<» • tjs* > ^^ - Veteran," pointing out he "is Jusl| I-'//-/™ rj/~m/77|pf as important today as during war f 1 UIL UUf Mjll/CI/ Regular $17.98 Chain Driven Regular $8.98 36-Inch DANCE WITH ME DOLL lias 'time." | 11 was announced that a domi- Iciliary party will be held at the IlBaker VA Center, December 11. Those wishing to send gifts and cookies are to contact Mrs. Rose Lewis, Hospital chairman, not lat- icr than December 9. i Mrs. Catherine Zapf and Mrs. Lewis gave the report of the Christmas party committee. It is to be held December 23. The Associated Women of the Allegany County Farm Bureau discussed rlan.'' for its 1950 annual banquet and next year's program at the bi-monthly luncheon meeting at Lazarus Fountain Room. Mrs. Kdgar Matthews presided. The formation of groups of young people in various localities, under the youth program, was discussed. Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. Mar- Special Followin- the meeting a sur- sha11 Portcr werc clected rc P rc ' prise birthday party was held fori scnlativcs lo , lhc s ' ate meeting at Mrs. Zapf, past president of ihe thc Lorti Baltimore Hotel, Balti- auxiliary. Arrangements and le- morc, early in January. Mrs. Arch Rec Clul Of ABL Plans Christmas 'Dance _ The Rcc Club of Allegany Ballistics Laboratory will hold its Christmas dance, December 9, it the Clary Club. The Mid-Knight-' ers Orchestra will play. Richard Christopher, John Carroll, Miss Ann Engle and Mrs. Willa Wood, officers of the club, will be in charge. chairman, requested members and guests to bring donations of food and silver for needy families to the Christmas party December 13. Due to the growth in membership of the club plans were reported for forming a group of those members interested in community service. New members presented by Mrs. Walter Hedrick, membership chairman, were Mrs. Theodore Footc, Mrs. Samuel Arzt. Mrs. Robert Jones, Mrs. John Metzger, and Mrs. John Barmcy. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Henry Duke, Mrs. John Stark, Mrs. William Gunter, Mrs. Larry Horncr, and Mrs. Waldon Skinner. Mrs, Henry Loxyery. Mrs. George Newman, Mrs. 'William Barger, and Mrs. T. E. Gilchrist Jr., were hostesses for the evening. The following books have recently been added to the LaVale Public Library, sponsored by the LaVale Century Club: "Blaze and Thunderbolt," by Anderson; "Pilgrim Thanksgiving," Hays; "Smallest Boy In the Class," Beim: "The Biggest Bear," Ward; 'In My Mother's House," Clark; 'Story of Dr. Doolittlc," Lofting; 'The Melendy Family,'.' Enright; "Ride With the Sun," Courtlander; "American Riddles in Rhyme," Murphy; "Make It Yourself." Carlson; "Dub Halfback," Jackson: "Indians of the Four Corners," Marriott: "Pivot Man." Friendlich: "With Bells On." Milkus: "The Lark Shall Sing," jCadell; "Let's Keep Christmas." Marshall. Recent winners in the poster contest, in connection with "Know Your Library Month." were: "LaVale- School, Fifth Grade: Betsy Black, with lisa Duke, John Paladine. and Ruth Preckel getting honorable mention: Sixth Grade. Linda Marey. with Jane Homer and Pam Angle, honorable mention; Parkside School, Fifth Grade, Mary Brenda Bonebreak, and honorable mention, David Merrill and Arthur Smith; S'xlh Grade. Steohen Markovitz and honorable mention to William Toms and Linda Wolf. St. Mary's Sodality will hold.its Christmas party Sunday in ' the church recreation room following the evening service. A musical program will feature. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Charles Howell is chairman assisted by Mrs. John Moore, . frc'shmcn'ts were under the dircc- Davis was name , c ! alternate. $11.98 Bride Doll $8.98 $5.98 Holsrer Set a . $4.88 Trucks to $5.98 '...*. $3.88 Special Group Autos .... Yi Price $10.98 Table & Choir $8.88 $1.29 Musical Chime 88c 15" Trailer Truck, $2.48 vol. $1.88 $4.98 Scooter $2.98 ALL $2,00 TOYS ,, $1,88 ALL $1,00 TOYS ..., 88c The group will meet next onj January 24. Even0s Briefly Noted The Gilclen Glow Club will hoid its Christmas banquet tomorrow 7 Miles West of Cumberland . tion of Mrs. Lewis. [ '• HI c Kin Icy Chapter To Elect. Officers \ McKinlcy Chapter 12, Order of lithe Eastern Star, will meet tomor- Birow evening at a o'clock in Mali sonic Temple. Miss Virginia P. |!Koegcl worthy matron, and I Thomas W.' Williams, worthy pa- al " Boon's Dining Room. • : tron will .preside. | T i ie Lutheran Fellowship of St. Election of officers for 19",C will p au i' s Church will meet at 8 p.m. be included in the order of busi-| Deccm b er 9 at u ie c i iurc h. The La- incss. A social hour will follow jv a le group of the class will hold I with refreshments served by Mrs.j a cookie and candy sale December! 'Agnes Baker and Mrs. Rcginal]7 a t 10 a . m . Koegcl and their committee. A bazaar will be held by the „. ,~—r:—;—: ,. Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran S.x of Washington's counties are; named after presidents ot "••»• J United States. the and oyster supper will be served from 4 to 7 o'clock. A Christmas party will be held by the Happy Valley Homemakers today at 6 p. rn. at the home of Mrs. Boycl Sulser. Valley Road. Woodchucks, or groundhogs, are primarily vegetarians. WOMEN'S ENCHANTING SLIPPERS JUST 3 STYLES SKETCHED FROM OUfi FABULOUS COLLECTION IFOR HAPPIER HOLLY DAYS FOR PIES. COOKIES. BAKED APPLES. CANDIED YAMS. STEV/ED FPU1T. TOAST. WAFFLES FRANK Tt* ft SPICI CO. ft ft tECim —Orpt D M. Cincinnati 7. Ohit SIZES 4 TO 9 135 BALTIMORE ST. LADIES' SLIPS Reg. to $2.99 • JERSEYS • CREPES • NYLONS CARDELLS 150 BALTIMORE ST. -t. THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE HER SOMETHING TO WEAR FROM \j iww "at 77 Baltimore Street lanes Hosier seamless stockings by day and dress sheers, from .... 1.50 We arc particularly pleased to announce the addition of this famous line to our family of fine fashions ... It dramatically enhances our policy of bringing to you the "maximum of fashion at the minimum price" ... If you're a Hancs devotee, we would welcome the opportunity of serving you ... If you've never worn this fine stocking . .'. do so.soon . , . It's so luxuriously sheer ... so lovely ... so perfect fitting . . . so wonderfully wearable . . . Flattering new holiday shades . . . sizes 81'a to 11.

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