SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD-, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Catholic Daughters To Hold Jingle Party December 19 Church Holds Yule Program For Children One hundred and thirty-three Sunday School children and teach ers attended the Christmas party at Kingsley Methodist Church a recent evening. • The program opened with the singing of "Happy Birthday to Jesus," with Carol Dunlap accompanist. The second chapter of St Luke- was read by Joan Manning and "The Night Before Christmas" was given by Carolyn Davis .David Llewellyn sang "The Bible T,ells. Me So." accompanied by Carol Jean Lannon. A film, "The Child of Bethlehem," climaxed the program, after- which games were played and refreshments served. VA'Tvariety of gifts brought by the children will be sent to the Methodist Mission Arizona. School at Yuma Westernport Girl Wed To Kansas Man Jilr; and Mrs. John R. White Sr., Westernbort, announce the marriage of their daughter Frances Lorraine White, to Carl Leroy'Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Harris, Winfield, Kansas. The couple was married November 14 at the home of Rev. L. E. Crowson, Westernport.. Mrs. Harris is a graduate of Bruce High School, class of 1955 and Mr. Harris attended high school in Winfield. . Literature Group of the Woman's Civic Club will be given a" talk on "Books for Christmas Giving," by Mrs. G. Morgan /'Smith, at the meeting Thursday at 1:30 in the Public Library. The W.S.C.S. of the Fairview Avenue Methodist Church will hold its Christmas dinner tomorrow at 6 p. m. in the dining room of the church. Court Cardinal Gibbons 52 f Catholic Daughters of America will hold its Christmas jingle part December 19, according to plan m«de at the meeting last night St. Patrick's Social Center. Mr. Anna McCleary presided. Secret sisters will be revealc and members with Decembe birthdays will be honored. Th committee in charge is comprise of Mrs. Mary Powers, Mrs. Mar garet Sell and Mrs. Mary Preas korn. Reports were given by Mrs. Ce celia Albright, the visit of the cour tc the County Home; Mrs. Eliza beth McLean, sale of Christma cards, and Mrs. Julia Newman bake and rummage sales. The court sent a box of Chris; mas toys to the Holy Ghost Mis sion, Marbury, Ala., and made donation to Friends Aware of Han dicapped Children. They also vot ed a donation to the Christian Bro thers of LaSalle to renew equip ment in the chapel in their home. Junior Civic Club Party Tomorrow The Junior Woman's Civic Clul will hold its Christmas party to morrow night at 8 o'clock at SI John's Lutheran Church recreatior hall.. Mrs. Edward Sokolowski i chairman of the program, and th< inging of Christmas carols anc :hristmas charades will be undo the direction of Mrs. Raymont -app. Mrs. side at a board meeting at 7:3( preceding the party. John MaeVeigh will pre [lospilal Auxiliary Meeting Set Thursday BEDFORD—The meeting of the Bedford County Memorial Hos nital Auxiliary, originally scheduled for last Thursday at 2 p. m. at the hospital, has been jostponed until this Thursday a :he same time, it has been an nounced by the president, Mrs Harold Blackburn. Election of county officers wh nclude unit chairmen .will be the main item of business. Your Children Deserve the Best — Make Them Happy With Edwards Shoes 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 - Wobb't Guarantee a Perfect Fit With Every Pair of Shoes 55 55 & » Edwards Shoes are Exclusive With Webb's Neiv Officers Installed At } Yule Party Two new officers were installe at the Christmas dinner mectin of the Maplcsidc Homemaker Club yesterday at Central Y.M.C.A Instead of exchanging jingle gift collection was taken for a fam ily whose house was burned re cently. Mrs. M. H. Burgess, preside and reports were given by Mrs Joseph Kuhlman. Mrs. Georg Reiter, Airs. Frank White and Mrs F. R. Brotemarkle on the Thanks giving basket. Mrs. Harry Brote markle, Mrs. L. A. Jewell, ani Mrs. Dolan Lewis were appointei an auditing committee to mee with Mrs. Reiter at her home Dec ember 12 at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Emory Showman and Mrs Bdyd Hosier were installed as pre sidcnt and treasurer, by,Mrs. Elsii \ilroy, county parliamentarian Mrs. Showman on behalf of the clul >resented a gift to Mrs. Burgess Wrs. Paul Shircliff presented gifts to those having birthdays in De cember. They are Mrs. Brote markle, Mrs. Burgess, Mrs. V. D •linkle, Mrs. Shircliffe, Mrs. Mary Stanton, Mrs. Rose Steen and Mrs Karl Taschenberger. She also hac charge of selection of secret sis :ers. Miss Maude Bean spoke of th< history of St. Patrick's Church >repared by the late Mrs. John Wempe, and St. Paul's Lutheran ihurch, by Mrs. Harry Brotemar cle. -Mrs. Glenn Diehl and Mrs lay Van Horn thanked the clul or remembrances while ill. A . . tableau, "The Christmas !tory," was presented with Mrs howman, reader, and Mrs. Reiter )ianist. Singers were Mrs. Arthur Scrogum, Mrs. Burgess, Mrs. Ed;ar Shoemaker, Mrs. Boyd Hosier rtrs. John Lafferty, Mrs. Joseph Cuhlman, Mrs. Allan McDaniels s. Martha Weller; shepherds drs. Forrest. Snider, Mrs. Annie VIorin, Mrs. Roy Tharpe; angels Mrs. Bert Browne, Mrs. Carl Crimes, Mrs. L. A. Jewell; wise men, Mrs. Shircliffe, Mrs. Dolan Lewis, Mrs. James Smith. Mary was portrayed by Mrs. Karl Tas- chenberger; Joseph, Mrs. James Veakley, and Herod, Mrs. Frank White. Candles and poinsettias decoratec he table, with candy, miniature rees, snowmen, igloos and Santas s favors. Secret sister and Christmas gifts were distributed. Forty- ix members and three guests' VIrs. Kilroy, Mrs. Ralph Reiter : nd Mrs. John Farrell, attended. hristmas Projects Discussed By Velfare Group Reports on Christmas projects atured the meeting yesterday of ie Welfare Group of the Woman's iyic Club at the Public Library. rs. John S. Cook presided. It was decided to purchase gifts nd fruit with the money collected t the general meeting on Decem- er 15. The group will present gifts and Christmas program at Sylvan letreat and the County Home, De- ember 20, from 2 to 4 p. rn. Mrs. E. Kesecker is chairman. A box of gifts for patients in a tate mental hospital was collected y Mrs. Robert Houck. Mrs. Louis ippold reported she already has ,500 stamps for a Veterans Hos- ital and is hoping to reach the ,000 she sent last year. Letters of ppreciation were read from Mrs ellie Wilson Footer, who is in alifornia, and Mrs. Nora Keight, harlotte, N. C. A sunshine card was sent to Mrs. . W. Cavanaugh. a patient in Sa- red Heart Hospital. Sparkle Sweaters Star Bulky Look Margaret Flurshutz Heads Past Matrons, Patrons Group FOR HOLIDAY AND RESORT—New sparkle sweaters in bulky knits add gaiety to the current scene. Here are two popular styles designed by Rosanna, the fitted knit coat at left and the bolero at right, both in white rib-knit, studded with rhinestones. / Class Elects, Plans Party For Dec. Officers were elected at the re cent meeting of the Excelsior :iass of Grace Methodist Church Mrs. Thelma .Swartzwelder, re iring vice president, presided in .he absence of Mrs. Eleanor Dolly president. Mrs. A. E. Kesecker ed in prayer and all members re cited the Lord's Prayer. The new officers are Miss Ger. .rude Ranck, vice president; Mrs Mary E. Courtney, secretary anc publicity Sidaway, chairman; treasurer. Mrs. and Essie Mrs Nellie Kesecker, teacher. The treasurer reported that be ween February 1 and December 1, 1955, the class donated $186.75 o different projects in the church Plans were made for the Christ mas party December 27. A socia lour followed the business session nd refreshments were served by he hostess, Mrs. Sue Johnson. Others attending were Mrs Ivelyn Burke, Mrs. Phyllis Bowers, Mrs. Evelyn Driver, Mrs Jorothy Stevenson, Mrs. Laura Stevenson', Miss Ranck, Mrs. Sid away, Mrs. Courtney, Miss Edith Screen, Mrs. Janet Cassell, Mrs Betty Appell, Mrs. Catherine ihank' and Mrs. Sue Johnson. It. Savage Fire Unit Will Install MT. SAVAGE—The Ladies Aux- iary of the Mt. Savage Volunteer ire Company will meet tomor- ow to install newly elected of- cers. The annual Christmas party for ie auxiliary will be held Thursday the upstairs of the fire hall. A urkey dinner will be served. Each nembcr may bring a guest and ingle presents will be exchanged. /Irs. Hazel Swauger is chairlady 'f the affair. There will be a social in the fire lall every Tuesday night at 7:45. The Ladies Aid Society of Trinity .utheran Church will hold a Christmas jingle party at its regular leeting tomorrow at 8:15 p. m. in 10 Youth Center. The oldest Quaker Meeting Jouse in America, dating from 699, still stands in Newport, R. I. is now used as a city community enter for children. Scholarship Announced Young Musicians In State Mrs. Alfred C. Ver Valen, 5005 .. Albans Way. Baltimore 12 ate chairman of contest scholar- lips of the Maryland Federation Music Clubs, has announcec at the Marie Morrisey Keith cholarship is open to federatec nd non-federated musicians ano, strings and voice. of Extraordinary pettiskirl, Knee-deep in inaJo-w lace—its delicate Alencoo. design outlined in heavier thread lor sliarper focu*. It's appliqucd with tiny stitches on Vanity Fair's incomparable (and self-pressing) nylon tricot- Important part of tlic plot: tne ilenderness ot line and urbanity 01 fit that are typically Vanity Fair. Tlie price: extraordinarily low. 5.95 Applicants must be native or naturalized citizens, must have reached their sixteenth birthday and not be over 25 years of age by March 15, 1956. The competition is open to advanced students of piano, strings or voice, who are unable to adequately finance a musical education. The entrance fee is $3 and is payable to the National Federation of Music Clubs. The deadline for entering is February 27, 1956. The. contest will be held in Baltimore, Monday, March 5, at 3 p. m. Blanks and details may be secured by contacting Mrs. Van Valen. By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor Probably the most popular single item of feminine American apparel, year in and year out, is the sweater. Just when it seems the vogue must have reached its peak, anc a slump in interest is due, the designers come up with a new idea and the perennial favorite is off and runnin' again. This year the bulky rib-knit sweater, unexpectedly trimmed with jewels,' is making news as a top item : for Christmas giving and winter resort wear. The bulky look in sweaters arrived In full force 'last season, with the vogue of the Italian look, and it is still going strong. Women have found the casual look of a white rib-knit sweater in either brief bolero or longer coat style, just the right touch for either sports or dress-up clothes, especially for country or resort. Now the bejewelled sv/eater styles look new and gay, adding a festive note to almost any costume. Other favorites in the sweater lineup include plain or decorated cashmeres, often dyed to match skirts, and the new, easily washable that paces. and budget priced orlons. look like cashmere at 10 Loyal Crusaders Vote $25 Donation The Loyal Crusaders Bible Class of Park Place Methodist Church leld a covered dish supper preced- ng its recent meeting at the church. Clifton Loar presided. It was decided to .give $25 to the church parsonage fund. A discussion was held on how to •aise money for the basketball :eam. The group will hold a jingle party Thursday at the church. Refreshments will be served by the class. Events Briefly Noted The W.S.C.S. of Pleasant Grove Methodist Church will hold a hristmas party Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Jingle gifts will be exchanged. The North Branch Homemakers lub will hold a meeting Thursday at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Young, Virginia Avenue. Y Auxiliary Donates To Local Project Donations to the Friends Aware of Handicapped Children, a project undertaken in memory-of the late Mrs. Ellen Zimmerman, were received at a recent meeting of the Central YMCA Auxiliary. Tfye donations, totaling $50, took the place of the usual Christmas jingle party. The Auxiliary received an invitation to the annual YMCA dinner. Mrs. Albert Northcraft presided at the meeting. • Devotionals were conducted by Mrs. Everett Gulp, who introduced Emabeth Hayes, missionary from Columbia, South America. Her subject was "Power of Prayer." Mrs: Dorie Owens was enrolled as a new member. Elizabeth Murray and Carol Lannon, students of Miss Dorothy Willison at Allegany High School, with Barbara Ossip at the piano sang, "0 Little Town of Bethlehem," "Shine, Oh Shine," "Holy Night Silent Night." Three guests and 120 members attended. Mrs. Loretta Smith and new officers will assume their duties at the next meeting, January 5. A covered dish luncheon will be leld by the Valley Road Homemakers tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Nave, 923 Bedford Street. Each member is to bring an • article of food for the needy, a place setting and a dish of food. Allegany County Homemakers meeting scheduled tomorrow has )een postponed to January 7. The Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association of Western Mary land, Order of Eastern Star, elected Miss Margaret Flurshutz, a pasl matron of Cumberland Chapter 56 president at a recent meeting at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Myra Martin, president, and Donsld Paulman, vice presi dent, presided. Other new officers are Harry Shobe, past patron of McKinley Chapter 12, vice president; Mrs. Veanette Powell, a past matron of Mountain Chapter 15, Frostburg, secretary, and James Duff, a past patron of McKinley Chapter 12, treasurer. The new officers will be installed in March 1956. Mrs. Martin presented a Christmas program assisted by Miss Ruth Cornwell, Mrs. Mary Davis, Mrs. Mazie Winters. Mrs. Eva Cross, Mrs. Viola Smith, Miss Flurshutz, and Mrs. Powell. Following the meeting refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. Elinor Umstot. El Fidel Club Event Tonight Ernest B. Treat will preside at the tenth annual Christmas dinner of the El Fidel Club tonight at 6:30 at the All Ghan Country Club. Paul Fletcher will be master of ceremonies and William E. McCleary will givf: the invocation. A dance from 9 to 1 will conclude the evening with the Swing King's Orchestra playing. Group singing will be led by John M. Robb with Mrs. Grayson Lucas at the piano. Charles F. Hare and Ralph Sell are chairman and co-charman for :he affair which will be semiformal. Bedford Road Homemakers will exchange jingle gifts and hold a Christmas program at the tur- cey supper at 6 tonight in Zion Methodist Church. STIXON NO SIZING NEEDED BEFORE PAPERING WHEN STIXON IS ADDED TO YOUR PASTE Sold By WEBSTER'S WALLPAPER & PAINT 414 N. CENTRE ST. 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