.or a AD laker Two New Officers Elected By Cresap Homemakers Club Mrs. Arlie Horror was elected ... president and Mrs. Harold Lewis - treasurer of the Cresap Homemak- Tiers Club Wednesday at the Crcsap- '••town Methodist Church. "America " The Beautiful" v/as sung following ' Iho pledge to the Flag. The story of the hymn of the month "Not Done For Mighty Empire." was preceded by group sing- ins of the hymn. Mrs. Edward Lewis presided and gave the quotation of the month. A demonstration on wall and floor treatment was given by Miss Mary Wise. Jt was announced that S9.80 was realized from the novelty hat sale. Mrs. Charles Stotllemyer won the program of recreation will follow the installation. Guests were Mrs. Gordon Miller. Mrs. Mclvin Peterson and Miller, Mrs. Mrs. Thomas Roy Bca- chy. A new member, Mrs. John Shoup, was present. " Refreshments were served. Song l j ageant Will Be Given Dec. 6 By BPW The Business and Professional Women's Club will present a song pageant- at a dinner-meeting December 6 at Central Y.M'.C.A. It is entitled "Christmas Memories." Miss Orpha-BoniUr Pritchard will be narrator; Miss.,Irene Lapp, the mother and A'liss Anna Durst, father. Soloists are Mrs. Gladys Daniels, Kathleen Cumbee, Mrs. Mar. Miss Phyllis "Nickel and Missjian Heiskell and Mrs. Stella Twigg. Melissa Hast, seniors at Fort HiUjSinging the musical selections will High School, left for Wilmington, !nc Miss Marguerite Mullan, Miss Del., this morning to attend Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Conference. Mrs. Nelson Pearce. 118 prize for the most unusual hat|p CIK j encc street, relumed which was constructed of usf>ftilj,\/ aywood: j^ whcrc SMC went i.o !3CC . om ,, an j st- household articles. Miss. Linria| sce ' |, cr alln | Mrs. Myrtle Mobly Johnson won a prize for the be.slji| )S t a |i ef j as worthy matron of But-: child's hat. |ler Chapter 3fi, Order of Eastern '_ Pressed flowers were shown by i star. 'he-Kudora .lochum. Miss Frances | i.N'csbit. Mrs. Effie Parsons, Miss Myers and Miss Betsy Ross . .Mrs. Dessie Williams is Mrs. Arthur Ferguson who explained the method of using sand and Thomas Mathews . ! Christmas." recovering:,., . . , .,.„ c. .,„,.,, jChmlmas,' borax to preserve the flowers. • Routine reports were given .Mrs. Edith Counihan. Mrs. David j downtown street. at his home, 222 Wallace Street,!;; "This Christmas." shock incurred when he was; by j si ruck by a vehicle Monday on aJT" Christmas Dreaming." "Rudolph Snowman." "Winter Wonder- Scollick and Mrs. Herbert Heine- j Joseph H. E. Martens is improv-|! nd -" "Christmas Chopsticks," man. ing at his home, ;)0a North Centre; •White Christmas." "0 Little Town The new officers will be installed Street, after undergoing surgery in| of B 9 lh ' c . hcr ?;" '.'" ark .. l . hc " cralf ! at the Christmas parly to be held Memorial Hospital. An « els *> m &- ' Sllcnl * lght ' and at the home of Mrs. Arthur Ferguson December 22 at 7:30 p. m. A KAY'S SERVICE "Joy to the World." Mrs. Ellen McKenzie, recreation and welfare committee chair man, is in charge of the program Preceding the pag'eant as a rit ual. Miss Gerardine Pritchard wil Bedford Road Firemen andj rea( , an exccrpl from Pc ' lcr Mar . Ladies Auxiliary will hold the s!ia)1 ' S -r nt v v nnn n^i™^" weekly dance tomorrow night at' C. A. Smith of LaVale, who underwent an emergency opera- November 22 at Memorial Hospital, is reported recuperating. CENTERPIECES FOR CHRISTMAS — Among the many Christmas decorative pieces shown yesterday and today at the open house of the Allegany County homemakers' clubs in the extension office, Courl House, were several suitable for the Christmas dinner table. In the above picture Mrs. Albert Windish. of the Union Grove Club, left, and Mrs. R. T. Gilson. right, of the Flintstone Homemakers, inspect a candy jar shown by Mrs. Charles Burkey, center. The ceramic cajidy jar, with lid, is decorated to resemble Santa Glaus. It may be used for candy or to hold Christmas flowers or greens. Many and varied were the exhibits. the fire hall. "Let's Keep Christmas. Jingles are to he exchanged and Melvin Methodist Church will hold a bake sale at 11 a. m. tomorrow at the church. each member is to bring a gift foi !a state tuberculosis patient. The table decorations are bein< arranged by Mrs. Martha Hamilton, who with Mrs. McKenzie made the programs. if you •were too in ordering late Imprinted Christmas Cards... Don't worry! You can hove your cards irr)printed here in 24 hours. Our prices are the; Cantata Being Presented By ACH Chorus Christmas programs in the form ,of a Cantata will be presented by best in town. Ask us about it.|t; ic Allegany County Homemakers The Ave Maria Shop 37 Frederick Street Chorus December 9 and It at the WellersbuVg and LaVale Methodist Churches, respectively. Last night the chorus presented the Cantata 8-Diamond Bridal Set 14-kt. Gold '975° ^ v.'V % *.w ^ *.vv ^ <*£ ART CARVED DIAMONDS NATIONALLY KNOWN WATCHES TRIFARI FINE JEWELRY $ 10 • Will Hold Your Choice Credit At No Extra Charge CUMBERLAND'S Exclusive Agents For STIEFF STERLING SILVER Elks Dance To Feature Specialties The regular Saturday dance sponsored by B.P.O. Elks Lodge R3 at the El'ks Club will begin at 9:30 tomorrow. Tommy Smithen and his Orchestra will play. Accordion specialties will be presented by. the Smith triplets. The "Winter Karnival Holidays," now current at the local club, will continue to have entertainers each Saturday night through December. Elks and their guests are invited and the committee would like reservations made in advance. Clifton Hafcr is chairman. Potomac Park Homemakers Plans Christmas Party.Dec. 16 The Potomac Park Homemakers Club planned its Christmas party for December 16 at the meeting at the home of Mrs. Cora Grove. A basket will be packed for a in the home and a report on the needy family at the party and at the meeting of the Republican Women's Club. Christmas party will be held by the group at Central YMCA, December 19. in the Fiesta room! at 8 p. m. Mrs. James Orr is in charge of entertainment and .Mrs. Ralph Brotemarkle of refreshments. Entitled, "The Chimes of the Holy Night," by Fred B. Holton, the cantata is in two parts. It includes, "Christmas Bells Are Ringing." "How Beautiful Upon the Mountain/', "But Thou Bethlehem." "Earth's Weary Waiting Done." "In the Watches of the N'ight." "Good Tidings,' "Let's Go Even Unto Bethlehem." "Jesus Our Lord. I'he Star in the Eastern Sky." and "The Lord- Is Born Today." Soloists are Mrs. Paul Gilford. Mrs. Charles Long, Mrs. Brinkman and Mrs. Edgar maker. Mrs. Irma Burkelt pinnisl. and Mrs. Richard W. Trevaskis Sr., director. jingle gifts will be exchanged by members. Mrs. R. H. Kaske, Mrs. Joseph Jenkins and Mrs. William Deitle will serve the refreshments. Mrs. Roland Newcomer presided at the business session and roll call was ansv/ered with your favorite floor and wall cleanser. Routine reports wer. given by Mrs. L. G. Bridgers, Mrs. Virginia Wright and Mrs. Harold Turner. Mrs. Mary Bartlett announced that a $5 donation had been made to Friends Aware of Handicapped Children and told of the purpose to purchase a bus for taking the children to school. Mrs. Grove-gave a talk on the training and discipline of hildren Achievement Day program was given by Mrs. Velma Haines: Mrs. Lee Roy gave a reading "Thanks For Peace," after sang "America The r-iutiful." Evening prayer 'was offered by Mrs. Bridgers. Events Briefly IVoled Star of the East 111, Dames of I Allegany Camper Club will hold Malta, will hold a rummage sale a bake sale from 10 until 3 tomor- Monday at 75 North Centre Street, 1 to 9 p. m. Anyone having arti-i cles for the sale may call PA 4-5769! and they will be collected. i row in 56 North Centre Street. Supper Being Held By LaSalle Mothers The LaSalle Mother's Club is holding a public covered dish supper' Sunday from 4 to 7 p. m. at St Patrick's Social Center. There will be a cake-booth under the direction of Mrs. Hugh Me- Mahon and the fancy work booth will be in charge of. Mrs! Frank Weisenmiller. The committee is comprised of Mrs. Wade Coffey, Mrs, Charles Burkey and Mrs. Howard Bush. They will be assisted by class representatives. Tickets may be obtained : from any member of the club. Holiday DRESSES for Tofs to Teens Ona Group . . . Children's and Pre-Teen DRESSES Reduced ! LILLIAN'S GIRL SHOP .64 Baltimore St. I! MI K\ K\ K\ i K K K 3 • A!l Prescriptions Triple is* V V* Checked • Four Registered Pharmacists Walsh, McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Centre St. FREE DELIVERY PHONES PA-4-3646 - PA-4-3647 * Maryland's Leading Prescription Store the Blessings of which the group MRS. G. BARTMAN, Washington. D.C.,sajs: "St. Joseph Aspirin For Children is so easy to give. My child likes the orange flavor. I'm sure of accurate dosage." ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Mr., Mrs. Row i ^« Honored With I iw Birthday Party % J J iZ AN EDUCATIONAL, TIME-CONSUMING PRACTICAL GIFT! Mr. and Mrs. Roger H. Row. 307 if? Helen Street, were honored with|-j| a surprise double birthday party y ' PAINT BY THE by Mr. Row's mother, Mrs.'lviaig _ NUMBERS CRAFTINT SETS.. 1.69 Nicelcy. The occasion was held at Nave's. S Dining Room on Glenn Street andj" a turkey- dinner was served to the.^ guests. A huge cake inscribed! & "Happy Birthday to Dottie and 1 ;; Roger" was cut by the couple. Elsie Shoe- foral P'ece of pink and yellow if; chrysanthemums centered the ta- ! & K "' e » ntoin ,. -'- (^ numbered panels blG - I" - Oil color, Brushes—Cleaner Weekly rehearsal will be held at 7:30 Monday at the Y. Officers arc Mrs. Gilford, president; Mrs. Frank Young, vice president: Miss Pearl Wilson, .secretary, and Mrs. E. F. Stewart, treasurer. B BALTIMORE ST XMAS JEWELRY STOREB ri^l^W^^WWWWWWW^ A popular belief that the golden eagle eats carrion only when live iprey is not available has been challenged by wildlife experts who report instances in which carrion was eaten even while live prey was available. TO Guests were Miss Anna Agress,!|J Miss Patricia Golden, Miss Eliza-jjjj _directions. belli Brown. Mrs. Oscar Henry ? 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