Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 7, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 f<>r a WANT AD Taker Kiiisinger-Scharfer Wedding Takes Place November 24 Trinity Church Circle Holds Jingle Party Mrs. Minnie Brant's Circle of the Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid Soci ety held a Christmas jingle anc dinner party a recent evening at Moon's dining room. It was in celebration of the holiday season and completion of the Circle's project for the year which went over its quota o!-S200. Games and carol singing featured the evening's entertainment. Members present were Mrs. Jesse George. Mrs. Pauline Schaidt, Mrs. Catherine Armbrustcr, Mrs. Brant, Mrs. Virginia Keller, Mrs. Helena Chisholm, Mrs. Nancy Warnick, Mrs. Lillian Klavuhn, Mrs. Margaret Schiller. Mrs. Betty Wig field, Mrs. Mathilda Sherwood, Mrs. Emily George and Mrs. Clara Kaldor. Following a turkey supper at 6:30, the jingle party will be held and a short program given. Take The Guesswork Out Of Gift Buying with Ormond's MIRACLE-FIT STRETCH NYLONS *1 TO 1,65 >•*. GIFT BOXED FREE T jmond. ^•^ •M0*» 105 BALTIMORE ST. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Audrey Schorfer, Grantsville, daughter of Mrs. li. W. Bcitzcl, Wadsworth. Ohio, to Dale Lawrence Kinsinjicr, son of Rev. Miss Cowden, Mr. Harshaw Wed Dec. 2 The marriage if Katharine Theodora Cowden. daughter ol .Mrs. Peter G. Cowden, 523 Avirctt and Mrs. Hoy L. Kinsinger, Grants-, Avcnuc> anc i the ] ate Mr . Cowden, ville. land John H. Harshaw, son of Mr. The wedding ceremony was per-i and ^rs. Robert S. Harshaw, 1024 formed November 2<! in the tas- sclman Mennonite Church, near Grant.sville, witli Rev. Kinsinger, Father of the bridegroom, officiating. ' The church was decorated with vases ol yellow and white pom pons. Vocal music was presented by a male quartet composed of Daniel Putfinburg, Maynard Miller, Ernest Mclkcr and Edgar Miller. The bride wore a light blue lace street-length dress with a finger tip veil of light blue nylon net. She carried a bouquet of while carnations. Miss Rose Lee Chancy, maid of lionor, was attired in a similar dress of pink lace and carried a jouquet of while carnations. Orlo Folk was best man and ushers were Donald Folk and Allen Beachy. The bride is a senior at Northern High School. • graduate of The bridegroom, a Grantsville High School, is employed as a salesman >y Motor Service Company, Grantsville. They will reside at he home of the bridegroom's parents for the present. East Side Club Will lold Christinas Party A Christmas dinner with hus- jands of members and friends as guests will be held by the East Side Homemakers Club -at St. ,uke's Lutheran Church Hall on December 12. Mrs. Thomas Buser will be in charge of the music, Mrs. Edgar Naughton and Mrs. Charles Rudolph of games .and Mrs. Dan \lavuhn, the jingles. Fairview Avenue WSCS will hold a Christmas dinner at G p. m. .today in the church dining room. 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. GIVE HER A GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM 77 Baltimore Street special purchase Bon Air Avenue, Havertown, Pa., took place December 2 in the Arlington Methodist Church, Arlington. Va. Rev. V,'. Kenneth Haddock offi dated. Miss Eileen Kelly and Francis M. Ford, both of Wash ington. were the attendants. The bride, escorted by her coir sin, Charles Schaeffcr, Silver Spring, wore a white organdy and lace ballerina-length gown, and a fi gertip veil and carried a bou quet of white rosebuds. Miss Kelly wore a teal blue bal lerina-lenglh dress with'a matching headband and carried a bou quet of yellow rosebuds. Mrs. Cowden was attired in a navy blue and black faille print with black accessories 'and wore an orchid corsage. Mrs. Harshaw wore navy blue faille dress with matching \elvet hat and a corsage of orchids. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Miss Edna LeVasseur and Miss Lucille Marchand, 4204 South 12th Road, Arlington. Mrs. Harshaw, a graduate of Allegany High School, has been employed by the Department of the Air Force in Washington. Mr. Harshaw, who attended Drexel Institute, is employed with Trans- World Airlines. He served with the Army in Europe. Upon their return from their wedding trip, the couple will reside at 302 North Maple Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. music by the Peck Mills orchestra. At the conclusion of the business session the hostess entertained with a Christmas party. Members will be informed by telephone regarding final plans for the January 9 dinner meeting. Others attending were Mrs. William Carscaden, Mrs. William Fridinger, Mrs. Eric Gibbs, Mrs. Waldo Harshberger, Mrs. L. I. Horner, Mrs. E. R. Kellough Jr., Mrs. R. W. Kirsch, Mrs. Henry Lowery, Mrs. Frank Martin, Mrs. '-eland Ransom, Mrs. Thomas Robinson and Mrs. John Robb. Sunday School Leader Feted On Birthday Walter Kiiffner, Sunday School superintendent of Trinity Lutheran Church the past 12 years, was given a surprise party in celebration of his birthday a recent eve ning, by his teaching staff. • Entertainment, games, and group singing, under the direction of Mrs. Cleo Knippcnberg and Mrs. Albert Kiiffner, featured the evening. His sisters-in-law Mesdames Albert, Carl, and Henry Kiiffner, were in charge of refreshments. The tables were decorated with pine, Christmas balls, and lighted tapers. Mr. Kiiffner's table was centered with a large candle-lighted birthday cake. Rev. G. A. Wagner gave the invocation, and the guests greeted Mr. Kiiffner with the singing of "Happy Birthday." On behalf of the teachers, Rev. Wagner presented Mr. Kiiffner with a Shakespeare fishing rod. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Appel, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knippcnberg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kiiffner, Mr. and Mrs. John Chisholm, Mr., and Mrs. Albert Kiitt'ner, Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keller, Mrs. Lester Warnick, Mrs. Clara Kaldor, Miss Pauline Schoenfeld, Miss LaVerne Kiiffner, Miss Cathleen Kiiffner, and Charles Warnick. Mothers Club Mails Over 200 Invitations For Dance Dec. 16 The Mothers Club appointedf- members of the nominating com mittee and completed plans for Us Christmas dance at a meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Edgar Kendall, LaVale. Mrs. William Claus presided at the business session. The nominal ing committee named to seject officers for 1956 is comprised of Mrs. Kendall, Mrs. William Buchholtz, Mrs. C. A. List, Mrs. Henry Duke and Mrs. W. Edward Solomon. More than 200'invitations were mailed for the Christmas dance of which Mrs. Richard Bruce is chair man. She is being assisted by Mrs. W. Edward Solomon and Mrs. Richard Johnson. The dance will -be held Friday, December 16, at the Cumberland Country Club, from 9 p. m. Dancing will be to 1 a. m. with Staff Social Club Elects New Officers Officers were elected and the date set for the Christmas party at the recent meeting of the Staff Social Club 'of Manhattan Temp'e 8, Pythian Sisters', at the home of VIrs. Ann Drenning, Bbone S'reet. Genevieve Wotring was M. L. Crabtree, 346 Central Avenue, is a medical patient in Memorial Hospital. Mr. Crabtree is a retired member of the Cumberland Police Department. Mrs. M. J. Krizmencic, Short Gap, will return home today after Mrs. elected president; Mrs. Elsie Lehr, first vice president; Mrs. Ruth Root, second vice president; Mrs. Laura Stevenson, 'secretary; and Mrs. Agnes Love, treasurer. Mrs. Lehr also was Delected press correspondent. Mrs. Genevieve Wagner was appointed executive head. A Christmas banquet will be held December 10 at the Fort Cumberland Hotel at 7 p. m. The committee -in charge includes Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Nellie Zimmerman, and Mrs. Ada Twigg. On behalf of the club, Mrs. Thelma Poland is to present a gift of $100 to Manhattan Temple. Mrs. Poland presided and read the Scripture, after which the group repeated the Lord's Prayer, jamcs were played at the conclusion of the meeting, and Mrs. _,ehr won the award. Refreshments ,vere served. Eighteen members attended. Plans for the January meeting ill be made at the banquet, which will lake the place of the December meeting. Events Briefly Noted The Friendship Circle Bible Class of Park Place Methodist church Christmas party to- .,,,... , In the 1 4lh century,- many persons regarded eyeglasses as an an- fll the church _ vcntion of the devil. cha))ter FAMOUS PRINCESS ANN and Sets at substantial savings, three groups 15°° 18°° 20°° We were fortunate in securing a limited number of these fine coats and coat sets at substantial reductions ... the savings we're passing right on to you in this timely event! Variety of highly desirable styles in sizes 2 to 6x, 7 to 1<1 . . . and even sub- teens. it pays to shop at warhaft's . . . for • KIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS Warhaft's 79 North Centre St. of The Eas[ | Dames of Malta, will meet at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at Junior Order Hall. Each member is to bring a gift of Jood for baskets the group will distribute -at Christmas. The W.S.C.S. of Corriganville i Methodist Church will meet at 1 I p. m. tomorrow at the church. rs. Goldie Kendall will be hostess. Mrs. Betty Warner, spiritual director, will be in charge of the program on the theme, "A Birthday For Christ." The collection to be taken will go to the Missionary Society. The Women's Society of Christian Service of Murley's Branch Church will hold a bake sale at Kolb's Garage, Flintstone, .Saturday at 11 a. m. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet at 7:30 Friday evening at Junior Order Hall. A Christmas program will follow the meeting. Final plans for the sale of Christmas candies and cookies Mrs. Richards Heads Church WomansGroup Officers were elected at a brief business session at the Christmas tea held by the Woman's Association of the First Presbyterian Church yesterday afternoon in the Templar Class room. Mrs. T. Lohr Richards was elected president. Other officers to serve with her are Mrs. John EM UlJIUl 11UUU IM ^«' iJUJii-wi j ulna;* 1 *-' f . Joiners of America, made plansjStitely, vice president; Mrs Al- PartyPlanned For Dec. 12 By Auxiliary 659 Ladies Auxiliary 659, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and; at a recent meeting at the Labor Temple for its Christmas party bert Tosh, recording secretary; Mrs. Edward Finan, corresponding next Monday at 8 p. m. in theisecretary; and Mrs. E. W. Atney, recreation room of the Temple for members and their families. Mrs. Lloyd Zembower presided and appointed the following committees: Mrs. Patrick Allender, Mrs. Douglas May, Mrs. Louis Twigg, refreshments; Mrs. Leland Moses, Mrs. George Brown and Mrs. Eugene Weber, decorating, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Porter and Mrs/John Luzier, program. Following the meeting a cake walk was held. being pital. a patient in Memorial Hos- Anna Chancy Heads Woman's Work Group FROSTBURG—Mrs. Anna Chaney was installed as president of the Woman's Work Group of the Church of the Brethren at a recent meeting'in the parsonage. Other officers are Mrs. Nellie Coleman, vice president; Miss Anna Baker, secretary, and Mrs. Laura Eichhorn, treasurer. Plans for a Christmas party to be held tonight were made. Class sisters will be revealed and new names drawn. treasurer. Installation will 'be held January 3., A partial report of the annual bazaar was given by Mrs. Stitely, general chairman. A Christmas 'Still There featured the playlet entitled, Is Bethlehem," program. Mrs. Elks Committee To Honor Hostesses Tomorrow Night The social sessions committee off Cumberland Lodge 63. B.P.O. Elks, will entertain ladies who have acted as hostesses, with a snack party tomorrow night at 9 o'clock .in the Rainbow Room. The ladies have cooperated with! the committee during the expanded social program this season. Elks' ladies who desire to join the hostess group are welcome to attend the party and register with the committee, Clifton Hafcr, chairman, said today. • As a special feature of the Elks Saturday night dance this week the committee has arranged for Shirley Burke to present her To Pack Basket Each member of the N'avy Mothers Club will bring ai. article of canned food for a basket and a cash donation, instead of a jingle gift, to the meeting Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the American Legion Home. original creation, "The Doll Dance." Tomm Smithen's Orchestra will play for dancing starting at 9:30. The dance is for Elks and their invited guests. Maurice D. Robertson was leader. Mrs. James D. Eisenberger portrayed the Spirit of Christmas, and Rev. Norris Lee Cook, the voice of the Scripture. At the conclusion of the playlet the women placed stars, contain* ing contributions; on a Christmas tree. The contributions will be sent to the Pikes ville College, Presby terian schoolin Pike County, Kentucky. A centerpiece of Christmas greens and silver bells centered the tea table, 'which was covered with a red cloth. Candelabra of red tapers were at either end. Mrs. Robertson and Mrs. Britt poured. "f Leaders and co-leaders of circles served as hostesses. the License Issued WASHINGTON — A marriage license application has been issued here to Jack H. Jacoby, 48, Chicago, and Marie S. Copleston, 39. Ml. Savage, Md. Sunshine Card Club Meets, Prizes Given MT. SAVAGE — Mrs. Helena Robinettc entertained the Sunshine Card Club a recent evening at hei' home on Railroad Street. Prizes were won by Mrs. Isabel Adams, Mrs. Isabel Robison, Mrs. Stella Jeffries and Mrs. Addie King. The club held its annual turkey dinner yesterday evening at Moon's dining room, Cumberland. Following the dinner cards were played. A jingle party will be held December 21 at the home of Mrs. Leota Sullivan, Railroad Street, by I members of the club. December 17 will be discussed by the LaVale group at the meeting of the Lutheran Fellowship of St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 8 p. m. Friday. Western Maryland - Memorial Nurses Alumnae will hold its Christmas jingle and dinner party at 6 p. m. today at the Nurses Home. . \\ DUETS' by CARA NOME Distinctively packaged lotion and cologne companions in 3 fragrances. CARA NOME . SPRINGWOOD WHITE MINK . 1.00 .1.25 1.50 Allcnd Conference W E S T E R N P 0 R T — Regina Reeves and Barbara Nealis of the Bruce Tri-Hi-Y, and Alton Fortney and Paul Shaffer of Bruce Hi-Y attended the Eastern Seaboard conference at Wilmington, Del. CHRISTMAS FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberland and Frostburg GfVETHE REV/SED STANDARD VERSION BIBLE THE PERFECT Gift 8. I. ». ». 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