Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 9, 1955
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EIGHT l«j VISING TiiVliiS). CUMJiKKLANU. ftl»A. FRIDAY, DECEMBER Dial PA-2-4GUO for a WANT AD Taker Three Junior Music Clubs Entertain Parents At Party ; : The three Junior Music Clubs of* LaYale held a Christmas program Haincs; The Night Before Christ- was sung by Ardcll Ilaines, with Mrs. Robert Horn accompanist. Club members did the panto- mas arid-party at the LaVale Methodist Church 'Wednesday night, with parents of members as guests. Mrs. Howard Irwm was in chargejmimc. of the program which opened with The pro g ram the club pledge and hymn led by s j ng j ng -cod R<._. _ Wayne DeHart. "Gesa Bambino" tlcmen." by the group. - Club Collects Large Amount Tors, Food The Junior Woman's Civic Club held its Christinas party Wednesday evening in the recreation hall of St. John's Lutheran Church. A .... ,,.„„.„... closed with all!program was presented and the singing "God Rest You Merry Gen-|usual Christmas collection of food, was presented by the Music ind Arts instrumental trio, composed and-Mrs. William B. Ludman. A pageant, "Christmas Symbols," was presented by the Merry Tunes Club; a piano duet, "Christmas Medley," by lisa Duke and Jean Poladino; trumpet duet, "Angels from the Realms of Glory," Jeff Milberg and Larry Shihnamon, and "Paer Nobis," was "sung by a group of club mem bers" with Toni Harshbarger, soloist. > "Bringing In the Boar's Head," s trombone duet, was played by Wayne DeHart and Robert Barger;,- "Flemish Carol." was sung by the Singing Keys Club; a piano duet,' "Christmas Carols," by Robert-Belt ano Cindy Shoff; a clarinet trio, "0 Tannenbaum," John Stone, Teddy Bennett and Gordon! Hos(esscs for lhc ovenin ,, wer , wjl] . am R Mrs Car Belt, Mrs. Slimier. Mrs. Paul Hen drickson, Mrs. R. A. Bennett, Mrs Richard Loar, Mrs. 'Ralph Preckle Mrs. D. B. Ringler, Mrs. A. A Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Stone, Mrs Watson DeHart. Mrs. William Toms and Mrs. Edward Solomon Larry McBride, four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McBride, r Bridge Street, Ridgeley. is a pa tient in Memorial Hospital. He un derwent an operation in an efforl to save the sight of his eye, in. jured while playing at the home of Mrs. C. A. Jewell, his grandmother. 14 SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS! f t Shop with Confidence In ; Cumberland's Smartest I Jewelery Store . . . - SEE LEE FIRST FOR • WATCHES • DIAMONDS • JEWELRY OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TILL 9! •N. CENTRE ST. Watcte'Diamonds'Silverwarf- - jclolhing and toys taken. Mrs. John MacVeigh presided at a brief business session. A demonstration of the preparation of Christmas food will be given at the Cumberland and Allegheny Gas Company office December 14, at 8 p. m. by Miss Betty Wolfe. Mrs. Conrad Hohing Jr. was charge of collecting toys; Mrs Buchanan, clothing; and Mrs. P. James Fahey, food. Twenty-seven dolls purchased by the club were dressed by members for need children. Under the direction of Mrs. E ,vard Sokolowski, vice president, St. Paul's Groups Combine For Yule Program The combined Missionary Socie ties of St. Paul's Lutheran Church presented a Christmas program "What Do The Christmas Carols Say?" at the church a recent evening. Mrs. Raymond Hewitt dircctet the program with approximately 15 members taking part. Soloists were Gary Bucy, singer, and James Diehl, violinist. Mrs. Duke W Burger was accompanist. Refreshments were served at the social concluding the evening with Mrs. Earl Mangus in charge. ™Zion Church WSCS Has Yule Proram Christmas program was presente ft was in two parts and includ' Miss Josephine Kompanel' sin ng, "Jesus Bambino," and "Ho Night," -accompanied at the pian by Mrs. Robert Gormer, bol members of the Cumberland Ctior Society. Mrs. Robert Young to the group "The Christmas Story, jy Henry VanDyke, and Mrs. Ala Macy, directed the group singin of Christmas carols. Mrs. Edward Mason and Mr William Lowery were guests. Hostesses for the evening wer Mrs. Lear Powell, chairman; Mr Marian Hull, Mrs. Harold Hawkin Mrs. Arthur Crum, Miss Doroth iampbell. Miss Louise Lippol Miss Marian Downey and Mrs. EI ward O'Rourke. The January meeting was pos poned until January 11, when 1 be held at the Girl Scou louse, at 8 p. m. BLE Auxiliary Elects Officers Mrs. C. L. Bretz Division, Gran international Auxiliary of th Brotherhood of Locomotive Eng neers, elected officers at a mee ng Wednesday afternoon at 100 Hall. Mrs. Olivia Shambaugh was :lected president. Other officer serving include: Mrs. Myrtle Hu ey, vice president; Mrs. Mar Moore, relief secretary; Mrs. Ca •ie Hosier, secretary; Mrs. Naom Weaver, treasurer; Mrs. Nell Rac cliff, chaplain; Mrs. Geraldin ,arrick, guide and Mrs. Edit lull, sentinel. Mrs. -Hosier was elected delegat the convention to be held Cleveland in June. Mrs. Null wa elected as alternate. Installation of officers will b icld at a meeting January 4, a :30 p. in. Mrs. Moore invited the member o a Christmas parly at her home 7 Wempe Drive. Each is to brin jingle gift to exchange. A donation of $5 was made to th Ihristmas seal fund. AT ALL MURPHY STORES . . . CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF QUALITY Color-Coordinated Knitwear & Anklets (A) SHORT SLEEVE PULLOVERS »*"."< 98c (B) LONG SLEEVE PULLOVERS ™ ' > »•« 119 (C) CARDIGANS***"' 179 BUSTER BROWN Knitwear separates wash out like new! Sizes to fit, these color- coordinated garments go together with famous BUSTER BROWN anklets to mix 'n match for a wardrobe of separates. BUSTER BROWN cardigans, pullovers, boxer shorts and anklets of BEBON luxury cotton yarn are machine washable and need no ironing. All colors. INFANTS' ANKLETS, sires 4 to 6 29c fair ANKLETS These, too, are knit of BEBON luxury cotton yorn to hold the famous fit and the cleor, fast colors, even after repeated washings. Sizes from 6 to 11 for children and misses. P ,, 1.15 39c 3 138 Baltimore Street CUMBERLAND Or Shop the Friendly Murphy Store in Your Neighborhood The Women's Society 'of Chris. tian Service of the Zion Methodist Church, Bedford Road, held its party a recent evening at the church. The table was decorated with red candles and small Christmas trees. The program was under the direction of Mrs. Louise Sanson, who read the Scripture lesson, and carols were sung by the group accompanied by Mrs. Louise Beck. Miss Joan Luttrell sang "0 Holy Night," accompanied by Mrs. Harry Wilson, Miss Gertrude Berry sang "He", accompanied by Miss Ann Sachs; Misses Elizabeth Rowe, Nancy Brill, Connie Sanson and Henrietta Beck, sang "Winter Won derland", accompanied by John Clark, and Misses Henrietta Beck and Ruth Ann Beck sang "Now Is The Hour." Mrs. Rachael Imes gave a reading, "Christmas Presents". A reading by Mrs. Madoline Little, prayer by the pastor Rev. Arden Beck closed the program. Games were played under the direction of Mrs. Thora Tewell. Secret sisters were revealed and jingle gifts given by Mrs. Madoline Little, who portrayed Santa Claus. There were 24 members and 20 visitors present. The next Society meeting will be held at the church January 6. Apartment ljas Had Five Doctor Tenants GREENVILLE, S. C. (/PI — If you must have a wreck here, it would be a good idea to try to arrange it near the Sherwood Court apartments. Five doctors interning at Greenville General Hospital live in the apartment house. At almost any hour a doctor is readily available. lo TEENS \ Say 'Merry Christmas' With a Gift From Lillian's • Dresses • Robes • Skirts • TV Sets • Blouses • Bags • Gloves LILLIAN'S Girl Shop Baltimore St. Jean Rowland Circle To Meet In Church Hall The Jean Rowland Circle ol Melvin Methodist Church decided to hold all future meetings in the recreation room of the church at its meeting Wednesday night. Devotional services were openec with the "Lighting of the Christmas Candles" by Miss Ethel Elbin and Mrs. Helen Walters. The group sang "Away in a Manger," followed by the Scripture, taken from Luke 2. Miss Barbara Weaver gave "The Christmas Story," and Miss Frances Adams read a poem entitled "In the Carpenter's Shop." The group sang "Silent Night," and prayer was offered by Mrs. Betty Adams. A story, "How Far to Bethlehem," was given by Mrs. Betty Thomas. The program was concluded with the singing of "0 Little Town of Bethlehem." Mrs. Madeline Hampson con ducted the business session. Roa tine reports were given by Mrs. Goldie Streett and Mrs. Winnie Erode. Secret sisters were revealed and a game played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Flossie Andrews and Mrs. Helen McGuire. The. program committee, Mrs. Violet Wentling, Mrs. Margaret Wilkins and Mrs. Florence Persons, was in charge of the party. Others attending were Mrs. Leota McClellan, Mrs. Louella Martin, Mrs. Elva Dom, Mrs. Ruby Robey, Mrs. Virginia Ferguson, Mrs. Edith Riggleman. Miss Mary Jane Friend, Miss Dorothy Streett and Mrs. Eleanor DelaGrange, advisor. Donations Voted At Nurses Christmas Party The Western Maryland-Memorial Nurses Alumnae Association voted three donations at its recent Christmas party at the Nurses Home. Jingle gifts were exchanged and the Yule theme was carried out in the table decorations. Gifts of $10 each were made to the Friends Aware of Handicapped Children and the Salvation Army, and $50 to the American Legion for the veterans' hospitals. AN EDUCATIONAL, TIME-CONSUMING PRACTICAL GIFT! PAINT BY THE NUMBERS CRAFTINT SETS.. 1.69 TO 5.95 & Kilt contain numbered panel* — Oil colon — Brujhet—'Cleaner —directions. Sports Shoppe 55 N. Centre St. PA 2-5490 rfe*>i3j»i: Women's League Sponsoring Chanukah Party, Supper Mrs. David Kauffman, chairman* of the Religious School committee of the Women's League of Beth Jacob Congregation, announces the annual Chanukah party and supper of the school will be held Sunday at 3:30 p. m. The newly formed Hebrew school choir composed of Ricky Getz, Jackie Kauffman, Ellen Jo Kauffman, Marcia Jacobson, Arnold Zaks. Stephen Kornblatt, Roberta Spear, Jane Hirsch, Stephen Markovitz and Milton Stein, will sing under the direction of Mrs. Harvey Dezen, choir leader. A sketch, "The Voyage of the Good Ship Latke" will be the program feature. The cast includes: "Radio", Jackie Kauffman; pilot, Milton Stein; "Captain Kideo", Paul Ossip; engineer, Kenneth Yankelevitz; navigator, Arnold Zaks; commercial, James Kauffman. Mrs. Samuel Jacobson is the director and Jeffrey Getz is in charge of props. A series of adapted hit tunes depicting Chanukah celebrations in various countries will be presented with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Lou Lutz. "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" will be presented by Ricky Getz, Stephen Kornblatt and Stephen Markovitz; Berta Hirsch, Janet Marx, Eileen Farber, Allen Pallik and Louise Gerson will perform "Frere Jacques." "Lucia" will be sung by Dale Kauffman, Larry Honing, Ellen Gerson, Harold Yankelevitz and Mark Mamolen; "Ach Mein Lieber Augustine" will feature Jeffrey Saner, Howard Krulh, Albert Feldstein and Lee Schwartz and Stuart Markovitz; District 3, VFW, To Visit Veterans The Ladies Auxiliaries of District 3, V. F. W., will hold a party for the veterans at Baker VA Center Martinsburg, Sunday at 2 p. m They will take gifts of cigarets ties, handkerchiefs, sox an cookies. The seven Auxiliaries, compris ing the District, will send repre sentatives. Members unable to at tend are to send their contribution to the V. F. W. Post Home her not later than 4 p. m. tomorrow The Ladies Auxiliary .of the La Vale Volunteer Fire Departmen will meet at 3 tonight at the fir hall, with Mrs. Leola Knierium presiding. Plans will be completec for the Christmas dinner Decem ber 17. Changed Capitals In May. 1864, M ntana became a territory, with Bannack as its capital, but when richer strikes were made near Virginia City, the latter was made the seat of government. Helena, the present capital, became the capital ten years later. 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