Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 5, 1952 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 5, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker 1 W. M. Railway Bowling League Miss Lipscomb Holds Mid-Winter Dinner, Dance Betrothed To Neiv York Man The Western Maryland Railway Bowling League held its mid-winter dance a recent night at Minke's Cottage Inn. Statistics on individual and team •• performances for the first half of the season were given. C. M. Fisher, president, introduced Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lyminj? who were guests of honor. Mr. Lyming, recently retired as master Avenue Couple Feted Anniversary^ Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Lipscomb, McMullen Highway, announce the en-ri gagement of their daughter, Miriam \ Lorraine. T.O Theodore Hubka, son I of Mrs. Anna Hubka, New York 1 Miss Lipscomb is a graduate ol ; Mrs. Wi.'bert G. Mille'- Thomas High School and Potomac! m7chanic~oi'the Cumberland-Tlkin'.s ; 27 Pennsylvania Avenue, entertain- Slate School. She is attending Tow-! Division of the Western Maryland, i ed with a party at their «« Teachers College. . was presented with a Defense"Bond ;ricimc a recent night honormK Mr.i Mr. Hubka, a graduate of City! as a token of appreciation of the ;ind M K. Ernest L, Miller IT Pen:.-: College of New York, and is em-j interest he took in the league. 'ylvania Avenue, on their tenth ployed by the Bendix Corporation! Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ly- ; wedding anniversary. at Towson. j mmg, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher. Mr. and' Tn e "»"" motifl was carried oui Thc wedding will take place ini Mrs. C. W. Comer. Mr. and Mrs. in the decorations and the table was the early spr j n g_ Howard Mignot, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. i centered with a tiered wedding cake- _____ George, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sisk,lapped with a miniature tin orra- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mowery, Mr,! me nt. flanked with pink candles in jolln u. A.OO-S071, TV. and Mrs. T. H. Hickle, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. S W. crystal hoider.<. Guests ware Mr. <jijd Mrs. I. R -,Honored On Birthday ler . J Grim, Mr. and Mrs C. V Barncord, I Jacobs, Mr and Mrs. Elois Miller Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Comer. '|Mr. and Mr;-. Harold Corrigan, Mr, Mr and Mrs John Samuel Robi . Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Grim, Mr. and; and Mrs. Gsur-je A. Miller Mr. and son> Sr _ ( 40g Columbia streeti enter . Mrs. C. L. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. I. R. Jacobs, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. tained with a party a recent after- George Miller, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.i Robert .Ja<-rbs, Mr. and Mrs. Jack noon for thelr soa John Samuel> Armbruster. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Rich- \ Jones, MS.S.S Donna Rae Miller. Misajj,^ in celebration of his fifth birth- ard Swick, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.: Judith Ann Corngan. Miss Karen ^ay. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson, | Sue Jacobs, Miss Carol I. Miller,. Games featured the entertain- Mr. and Mrs. F. P. McCoy, Mr. and i Jack Jones, Stephen anJ : ment and pr j zes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Felten, Mr. and Mrs. i Gary Miller. R. R. Brant, Mr. and Mrs C. E. Gilford and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ham- : mer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kile, Mr. and r\ l , n Mrs. Richard Pape, Mr. and /Y/ Cl'O T ' : /^ i i TV/ '77 Tt • LiUO W ill UlSCUSS j Betty Ann McNabb, William Wilson, Georgianna Hixenbaugh and Patricia Clark. Pictures were taken of the group. A two-tiered birthday cake with candles centered the j table. Attending were Colleen Wilson, William Ogilvie, Mr. and Mrs. W.i W. Carr, Miss Colleen Wyer, Harold i Programs for the Cumberland Ranal7~Crothers~ JaneT"crother"s! Wyer, Miss Jane Warren, Garland j Civic Orchestra will be discussed by Carol Ann May _ D i a nna May. Phillips, Miss Jeannene Myerly, | the Junior Woman's Civic Club at a chides McCreedy, Gary Hixen- Marvin Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Jack! meeting tomorrow night at the Laugh, Sharon Ray Cobbert, Linda Speir, William Speir, A. A. opeir.j Cumberland and Allegheny G a s | Bible.' Robert Twigg, James'Twigg, Miss Spear, Paul Franciosi, B. O.j Company office. The club is spon-J3 e t S y Twigg, Billie Jean Twigg. Haines and Clyde Walker. j soring the orchestra. Miss J a n e \ j n ^ n xwigg, Dorothy Twigg. Jo Ann • j Harris will preside. JG'Neil, Dorothy Clayton. John Mil- The fifth anniversary of the Jean! Reports will be given on associ- i er anc ) Cheryl Miller. Rowland Circle will be marked at! ate members, patrons and advertis- a dinner torrtorrow night at the Ali! irig by Mrs. Jean Smith, Mrs. Betty Ghan Shrine Country Club. The ^W that PEPS-UP Meals! \Party Planned fiy Grove 11 Of Woodman Unit Also Mrs. William Twigg, Mrs. Geared Miller, Mrs. Ralph Knippen- Lou Norris, Miss Carol Hill, Mrs. j berg, Mrs. Ralph O'Neal, Mrs. Wai- John MacVeigh, Mrs. Miles Thomp- : i ac e Wilson, Mrs. William Payton, son, Jr.. Miss'Norma Avers, Mrs. i Mrs. William Quantz, William j William Douglas. Jr., Miss Virginia j Quantz, Mrs. William Quantz, Jarmison and Miss Betsy McCaine. \Girl Scout Leaders I Courses Will Begin Geared Miller, Miss Ruth Twigg and Miss Shirley Knippenberg. Two leaders training courses sponsored by Cumberland Girl Scout Council will be held tomorrow at il:30 p. m, and 7:30 p. in."the Scout i House. Mrs. Roberta McFarland, executive director, will conduct the classes and Mrs. Milton Beneman is train- inc chairman* Groups listed to be organized arc at Centre Street School, John Humbird School and Virginia Avenue School, Leaders arn needed for these troops and a number of troops lack co-leaders. \Flintstone 4-H Club \Elects Chairmen Chairmen were elected yesterday by the Flintstone 4-H Club at a meeting at the Flintstone School. Romona Mauzy, president, announced that worJc on the apron project was also started. Chairmen elected are Walters, program; Charlotte Hout, publicity; Sandra May, pianist; Bonnie Wharton. song leader; Betty j doesn't tell, whether or not the de- Dolly, recreation; Virginia Vance,lenders gave declarer a hard time. camp; Maxine Weise, community .service; Alpha Bender, Fair and Vivacious Tiro-f*«r/ Flatterer in spring-crisp rayon FAILLE Fashion's delight . . . suit dress with unending wear- ability. Whispering spring-weight rayon faille tailored with figure-conscious lines. A wonderful whirl skirt topped by a hi-nse waistband, a mpped-in waist accented by a curvaceous jacket with hand mode buttonholes, bone buttons and a snorkling white brnqaline collar spiced with flower trim Everything \ou II love ... in spring navy or black. S<rcs 9 tc 15. wen oaiiimore street club week; Joyce elites, and Donna Twigg, garden. reading NEWLYWEDS—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vernon Liller are pictured leaving the Brethren Church, Danville, following .their marriage there January 29. Rev. Vernon Shanholtz, Wiley Ford, officiated. The bride was Miss Hazel Malone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malone, Ridgeley, and granddaughter of Mrs. B. C. Morelan, RD 3. Keyser, W. Va., with whom she resided. Mr. Liller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Liller, Rawlings. A reception was held following the ceremony. Jacoby On Bridge In the other room, East signalled for a diamond continuation by playing the nine of diamonds at the first trick. West continued with the queen of diamonds, and East completed his signal by playing the deuce of diamonds. West dutifully continued with the ace of diamonds, and South had to ruff in dummy. He could not afford to take the punch in his own hand, since then he could not draw four rounds of trumps and knock Real Story Isn't Told In The Score By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NEA Service The scoresheet doesn't always tell the full story. All it can say is "four spades bid and made," but it When today's hand was played in a' recent team match, the declarer in the first room had a nice easy time of it. West opened the Charlotte Hout. clothing; Delorisjking of diamonds and switched to Pfeiffer, home management; Ro-la heart at the second trick, mona Mauzy, food and nutrition; j S ouh won his heart in his own Grace Pfeiffer, health and safety, jhand, laid down the ace of spades Refreshments were served by Charlotte Hout and Sandra May. The next meeting will be March 3 at the school, Events Briefly Noted i Sue Taylor will be hostess to the Musical Fingers Junior Music Club tomorrow at 7 o'clock at, her home, 771 Fayctte Street, St. John's Circle of Emmanuel Episcopal Church will meet tomorrow at 2 p. in. in the parish house. A rummage sale will be held in the basement of Kingsley Methodist Church Friday from 7 to 9 p. m. and Saturday from 1 to 3 p. m. The South Cumberland Lay Health Council Group will meet at 1 p. m. tomorrow in the Pennsylvania Avenue School, Each member is to bring a Valentine. Western Maryland-Memorial Hospital Alumnne will meet at, 7:45 tomorrow night at the Nurses Home. Omicron chapter. Beta Sterna Phi. will meet at. 8 tonight at the Girl Scout House. ! and then took the second- trump with dummy's king. Since West discarded on the second trump, the correct play was marked. Declarer returned a trump from dummy to finesse the nine tnid then drew the last trump. NORTH i AK42 VK107 » J5 *K10964 _EAST 4k J865 V653 • 942 WEST + 10 ¥982 * AKQ873 4.A85 SOUTH(D) + AQ973 V AQJ4 • 106 South 1 A 4 A Both sides v_l. West North 2 » 2 A Pass Pass East Pass Pass Opening lead—* K out the ace of clubs. Now declarer laid down the king of spades from dummy, and had to decide whether or not to finesse the nine of spades on the second round of trumps. Since one of dummy's trumps had been used to ruff a diamond, declarer did not have the opportunity to take two high trumps before deciding whether or not to finesse. However, declarer came up with the right answer. He had seen East signal for a diamond continuation Mrs. Cremeans Gives Talk i To Woman's Association Plans were made for a Valentine I /Kjf TS , 1 1(16771(171 jingle party by Queen City Grove 11, j Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, at \( l-i i fa A^f/3C7 iif^Tt t t evenin at the Woodman '-' 1 '"''-' •«• ' COI/U/CIM- a recent evening at the Woodman of the World Hall. Miss Ruth Lechliter was appointed publicity chairman. Mrs. Walter R. Cremeans. Baltimore, wife of the presbyter of the Baltimore Presbytery, was the speaker last night at the meeting of the Woman's Association of the First Presbyterian Church in the j Lecture Hall. Mrs. Cremeans reviewed her trip j _ ___ to South America last summer. She Homemakers Club at a recent meet- was one of 30 persons taking the Mrs, Emil Tideman was elected of the Polish Mountain jing at the home of Mrs. Nola Smith. Mrs. Emory Davis secretary. Mrs. tour sponsored by the Presbyterian Church. Speaking mainly of mis- ,, , • . ill u u 1*1 ' IVJ.1O. £jjliui V ,wavit> acucLai v, itii^. «**«.".. -~i o « The Valentine party will be held, ^ president, and sions and social side of life , the next meeting February ^\M TS . Ceoiee treasurer.!"- ".MVP*. Mrs. Cremear at Mrs. Fay If. Littman. state manager and national director, will be a guest. The committee in charge of refreshments and entertainment is comprised of Mrs. Arlien Smith, Mrs. Ruth Spera, Mrs. Vincent A. McKenzie and Mrs. John German. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served. among Cremeans also year period. The Lord's two I showed colored slides taken on the f Prayer, recited in unison, opened the meeting and the group sang "Onward Christian Soldiers." Roll call was answered with tour. Mrs. E. W. Athey presided at the business session and Mrs. Lester R. Martin conducted devotions on the topic, "Vacation Plans for the Summer." Brother To Brother." Coming! The resignation of Mrs. Carl I Young was read and accepted with Honor Mrs. Cooper At Birthday Party Mrs. Daniel Cooper, 322 David-j son Street, was entertained by her mother-in-law Mrs. William Cooper, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Allen McDaniel at her home, a recent evening with a surprise birthday party. A pink and white birthday cake centered the table, and music featured the entertainment. Others present were Daniel Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cooper, Carolyn Cooper, Constance Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Orvil M. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hardesty, Mr. and Mrs. George Appel, Allen McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Holly Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Robinette, Gary Robinette. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taschenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Valentine, Ronald Valentine. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tewell, T. J. Tewell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schaidt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coddington, Mrs. Audrey Kite, Mrs. Gertrude Grapes, Mrs. Harry Nee. Mrs. Rose Wigfield, Miss Jennie Wigfield, Miss Janet Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cook, Mrs. Marjorie Hobetzel, Stephen H. Wandless. John Rudy. Out of town gu&ts were Mrs. Mary Stahl and granddaughter, Linda. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gerhard and son, James, Pittsburgh. Hostesses for the social hour were j regret. Mrs, Young, chairman ot Mrs. Robert Logue and Mrs. Cath- church flowers and active in other groups of the church, is moving erine Roland. Twelve members attended. The next meeting will be held February 12 at the club house. Bride-Elect Feted At Linen Shoiver A pre-nuptial linen shower was given for Miss Betty Ann Stump by Mrs. Dorothy Helmstetter, New Hampshire Avenue, a recent night at her home. A pink and blue umbrella tied with a large white satin bow concealed the shower gifts. The bridal motif was carried out in the table appointments with a two tiered cake as a centerpiece. Miss Stump, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stump, 212 New Hampshire Avenue, is engaged to wed Louis R. Hoyle,_son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoyle, 102 Seymour Street. Mr.s. Thomas Willetts, Boswell, Pa., formerly of Cumberland, visited her brother, Hervey G. Irons, 51 South Street, who is a surgical patient at Newton D. Baker Hospital, Martinsburg, W. Va. Mrs. J. H. Rickenberg, 320 Arch Street, visited friends in Baltimore. John Raupach, Jr., who underwent surgery at Memorial Hospital, has returned to his home, 614 Maryland Avenue. Mrs. Anna Free and daughter, Norma June, 25 Boone Street, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis, La Vale, visited the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. even though East held three diamonds. it was pretty clear that East was trying to protect his trump holding against a finesse. So South finessed the nine of spados and made his contract , ho ! been in the hospital during the past A much harder struggle than the j u lmprovjng ln Mcmoria i Klnney, Hawkinstown, Va., Sunday. Mr, Klnney has been in ill health. Mrs. B. Frank Magruder, Ridgeley, was admitted to Allegany Hospital last evening in a serious condition. It is the third time she has other declarer had, but the scorecard just told the same story for each room. viclor H Q—The bidding has been: South had to give up a club and St. John's Circle of Emmanuel,a second dinmnnd eventually, but Episcopal Church will meet at 2 j there wa.s nothing to the play of p. m. tomorrow in the parish house, i the hand. COOD GOODS COME IN LITTLE PACKAGES For Your Special Valentine . . , Cuff Links &Tie Holder Cuff Links , $7.80 Tie Holder S5.40 jPric«i Inilurli- Tail In Fine loothorM* Cat* This Valentine's Day give vcur man smartly designed . . . finely made Krementz jewelry, its hard rolled overlay of M kt. gold will be a bright reminder to him throughout the years South 1 Heart West 1 Spade North Pass East after an operation Hospital. Kurt Gottlieb. 163 North Centre Street, is a patient in the Baker VA Center, Martinsburg. Pass i Mr. and Mrs. Alton Nave and son, j Donald, Bedford Valley, and Mr. You, South, hold: Spades K-7-3,| and Mrs - Carl E - Hinkle - 131 Race Diamonds K- Slrect ' were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hinkle, Washing- Hearts A-K-J-9-4. 8-5, Clubs 6-2. What do you do? A—Pass. You have very near to, a minimum opening bid. If your partner could not muster up a free !™™5!? el ^!J^ lrglcal patient response, your side has no game. There is no particular virtue in trying to push the opponents a ton. Michael Yantorno, S*,. 105 North in Memorial Hospital. The Tasmanian "tiger", actually the bit higher, you might push them i a marsupial wolf, Is one of rarest of living animals. into a game that they can make. Today's Question The bidding is the same as in the Nearly all work that required close question just answered. You, South,! use of the eyes was done outdoors hold: Spades K-10-3, Hearts A-K- in earlier times. J-9-4. Diamonds K-8-5, Clubs A-2. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow. Wahaba Temple DOKK. will m<Tt at 8 tonight at homo, (53 North Mechanic Street. A Valentine party will be held by the TNT Club tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. Phyllis Pradiska, Decatur Street. from Cumerland. At the conclusion of the program, a social was held with members of the Diuguid-Athey Circle serving refreshments. Women's Guild of St. Mark's Church will meet at 7:30 tomorrow night at the church. Mrs. Florence Weirs is program chairman. The Ladies Club of St. Ambrose Church, Cresaptown, will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow at the Fire Hall, The third session of the Cumberland Country Club bridge and canasta tournament will be played tomorrow night at the club. Fountain Room Breakfast — Luncheon SPAGHETTI WITH LOUIE'S FAMOUS 35. SAUCE Lazarus 3rd Floor petites A notched collar tops en immaculatt white piqut bib . . . enhanced fax 0symmefr/'c button fob/ tmoktd j/mu/olerf ptatl buttons from yoke in hem complete the Mattering picture. Black, Teal or Brown Lonidale Sfocksfong charnbray. Silts J2P to 20P. main floor The sewing group of First Presbyterian Church will meet at 10 tomorrow morning at the homo of Miss Anna D. Spier, 211 Washington Street,. ' In northeastern Iran, in the so' railed "Belt. Cavo" overlooking the Caspian Sea. hnnes nf t.h.'-pf •Stone Ape peoplr wore unrarthM in ,1951. most famous location 2000 modern rooms both — radio— Muzak spotless comfort AFT It soth v st! 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