Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 21, 1957 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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Esler-Hkrinison Nuptials Take Place At Bride's Home UrsiilinePrdm Carries Out Musical Theme The marriage of Miss Virginia Helen Harmison, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Paul C, Harmison, of Romncy, and Roberl R. Esler, 1311 Frederick Street, son of Mrs. Edna Marshall Eslcr, of 1517 Carlisle Streel, Tarentum, Pa., and Ihe Sale Roberl Ray Esler, look place Saturday. May 5, al Ihe home of the bride's parents, Valley View Farm. - The double ring ceremony was| solemnized before the fireplace in the living room, banked with assorled spring flowers, bridal wreath, dogwood and lilacs, and. lighted with candles in candelabra standards. . Mrs. Richard A. Fleck played bridal selections and the wedding processional. Mrs. Richard S. Kuykendall Jr., • sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Jane Lee Kuyken- daU and Deborah Ann Harmison, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. .'George Esler, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Jerry Esler, nephew ol the bridegroom, was ring bearer. , The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a beige silk shantung suit with matching headband and short veil, held oo the sides with pink orchids. /The matron of honor was al- tlred in a blue flo'wer voile dress with matching head band and wore, a corsage of mbrum lilies. •The flower girls wore while organdy dresses, one over blue and-the other over pink, with flower headbands and carried baskets of rose petals. Mrs. Harmison, mother of the bride ; wore a powder blue crepe dffss, with a corsage of pink rosebuds,- and Mrs. Esler, mother of the Bridegroom, was attired in a pint lace dress with matching accessories and a corsage o white rosebuds. Following the ceremony a re ception was held. Mrs. Richard P. Harmison, sister-in-law of ihe bride, served the cake and Miss Helen Marie Esler, sister of the bridegroom, presided at the punch bowl. They were assistec by Mrs. William V. Parker and Mrs. Paul D. Gates. Th« couple left for New York City, and are residing at 1311 Frederick Street. Out-of-town guests were Mrs Esler, and. Miss Esler, mother and sister of the bridegroom and Mr; and Mrs. George Esler and son" Jerry, Tarentum: Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Esler, Sharon, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Groves Charleston, W. Va. The Ursuline Academy junior Han-O-tiappy m. • • ' • I'm. '*/ Club Holds Dinner Event- The Hap-0-Happy Club held its annual dinner at the'Ali Ghan Cily Shrine Club with 39'pr'escnt. A short business meeting was held with Mrs. Nellie Drumm presiding. The annual picnic will be held enior prom was held a recent Mrs. 'enin - -- - all ou rations ales and musical instruments, rcbeslra directors made of blue ill centered eacli table. Minia- ure dance band instruments •ere presented as favors. The -e- •ere presented as lavors. Tne "e-*"/"<=• ' «" raym, amucy reshment tables were decorated Huff. Mary Fraley, John Emc- .;.u iti..*, „„ j r-:i.inu nn^« n i: n » rif^k. Ann Sh>nlf*\.' Hilrla "Dunn Irs. Robert Neely. Guests included: Carolee Hart•nan and Malthew Coffey; Bar- >ara Morrison and Thomas Ruby; 'atricia Habersaek and Joseph C. Athey; Marian Mantheiy and Dunn. Weldemerns Hold Dinner, Program The Weldemerns Bible Class of Cenlre Street Methodist Church held its annual dinner at Layman's Farm, National High way a recent evening with ap proximately 50 members and guests attending. The doxology was sung for the invocation. After dinner a program was presented. Readings, "Ma .and the Aulo," "Molher's Lullaby,' and "Domeslic Tangle," were given .by Mrs. Hazel Powell Vocal selections "The Second Mlnuel" and "The Lilac Tree' by Mrs. Ray Blose accompanie< by ..Mrs. James Hosack. Mrs Harry B. Simpson read "When My Mother Cooked by Wood" b> Edgar A. Guest and "The Uni versal Mother" by Grace Nel Crowell. Mrs. Simpson led a dis cussion on "People Who Hav Influenced Our Lives." Mrs. Ho sack read an original Mother'. Day verse written for her by he husband. Each guest was presented : polled flower and favors wen miniature boxes of candy. Other members of the clas and-'their guests attending wer Mrs. John Purucker, Mrs. Wil liam Zembower, Mrs. Charle Statlcr, Mrs. John E. Lancaster Mrs. Paul Rank, Mrs. Charle Aronhalt, Mrs. Lewis C. Millho land III. Mrs. George W. Brow: Miss. Opal Borror, Mrs. Hazel M fllr , Kemp, Mrs. Ernest Lindsay, Mrs. ] ea( j e ' Eugene Hopkins, Mrs. Herber Mrs Mrs. Jirs. Arlhur Gordon, Mrs. Le I-easure, Mrs. Lucy Eyler, Mrs James C. Kidd, Mrs. Virgil Har sock, Mrs. Harry E. Shobe, Mn Priscilla Click, Mrs. George A Griffin, Mrs. James C. Duff, Mrs .... blue and silver carnation enter pieces, and blue candles Following Ihe grand inarch EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MP., JTUESDAY, MAY 21; 1957 Mrs. Vada Barncord's • and .-> Loible's collage, South Branch, on June 22. Those wish- Lfll- sser- Zion Reformed Church al noon. A prize was won by Margarel Howdyshell. Altonding were Mesdames Marie Payne, -Pearl Payne, Shirley rick, Ann Shipley, Hilda Ilyan, Shirley Short, Emma Morris, Rosalee Evans, Ada Short, Vada following tne grana marcn ; "«*«"«<; b>r<ai», nua.ouuu, vaua Jary Jane O'Neal, a senior, was Barncord. Rose Loible, Nellie rovvned 1957 prom queen by Nycum; Margarite Hutter, Helen udy McKenly, junior class presi- Thomas, Pauline Howdyshel], Lib- cnt. Attendants to the queen •ere Wendelle Morrissey and •Cathy Schriver, both members I this years graduating class. lusic was provided by the Mello- ones. The ehaperones were, by Rorick, Sara Dcntinger, Nellie Drumm, Ella Klavulm, Georgetla Gilford, Lelia Bcnnear, Gerlie Wilks and Lena Owens. Irs. Clarence Painter. Mr. and Irs. Raymond Madden, Mr. and Irs. J. J. Barllelf, Mr. and Mrs. . H. Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. taymond O'Neal. Pesiding at the punch bowl and cfreshment table were, Mrs. Mesdames Mary Adams, M. A Gepharl, Elizabeth Weller, Bulb Mr. and Oglebay, Martha Douglas, La Verne Norris, Haltie Carnell Mary Edmiston, Mounsie Smoak Irs. Edward Dressman. Mr', and Eva Shrout, Genevieve Wymer John Uyan, Leah Bryan ant Banki Howdyshell. /?• .„ * l '° 'an Pars Jamee , . arsons, Mrs. Edward Me- P,, v/n 1) 0 , Mrs. C. 0. Newman and c/ ' 1 ' U"'* ;, Installs The Bowman's Addition Fire Deparlment Auxiliary met re :ently and Mrs. Pearl Mallov (ohn Gross; Rose Marie Helm- was enrolled as a new membe letlcr and Robert Clark; Mary 2lare McNamee and Eugene felmsteder; Chris Madden and 'an Parsons; Arlene Green and Fohnny Weisenmiller; Margaret by Mrs. Evelyn Deter who pre sided al the business session. A report on the auditing of th Auxiliary books by Howard Rad cliffe was given. Mrs. Hele Clark and Robert Mallery; He- jina Miltcnberger and Homer Blubaugh; Pat Malone and Frank Carney; Judy McKenly and John lorris; Diane Taylor and Jim "homas; Susy Whinnie and Ray Reuse; Mary Ann Painter and Varren O'Toole; Mary Lee Joley and Gary Rice; Lois Millen- erger and John Harper; Christy Geiger and Larry Wright. Mary Helen Allice and Jake 'wigg; Wendelle Morrissey and oe Passerilli; Roberta Wheelr and Jimmy Strunlz; Kathy chrivcr and Richard Walker; 'arol Harrison and Bill Seibert; iary Bolt and Malt Mullaney; Vinnie Fair and Joe Bollr Louise Mexander and John E. Winters; illian Kuhlman and Samuel In- olfi; Colleen Nies and John ''Donnell; Nancy Michaels and Ccnny Klosterman; Joan pressman and Jerry Hart; Jo Flecken n eter and Johnny Mallery; Linda Twigg was named chairman of ; Hart tmrf Pnh^rt Tvl^lW.,. n._ bake ^^ ass i ste( j by Mrs Ma Bonner and Mrs. Nedra Nixon. Prizes for the evening wer won by Mrs. George Nycum an> Mrs. Hazel Blonskey. Plans were made for a coverei dish supper for members an their hubsands on May 26 at th fire hall. Hostesses for the June meelin will be Mrs. Hazel Blonskey an Mrs. Catherine Williams. A covered dish supper con eluded the evening. Sisterhood To Install Heads New officers of B'er Chayim Sisterhood will be installed at inn aim ucnj nmt; ju nucKen- luncheon meeting tomorrow a tein and James Scott; Jeanette 1 P- m - irl U" 5 vestry room. Mrs leissig and John Manley; Mary Maurice Milberg will preside, ane O'Neal and Roy Reed; Viv- k' rs - Max Spear and Mrs. Mi an Bridges and Robert Smith; "Catherine Simpson and James Dunn; Mary Creegan and John Mt. Tabor WS Holds Pro gram The W.S.C.S. of Mt. Tabor Church met a recent evening in he recreation room of Ihe church. Mrs. William Hetrick presided. The hymn, "Back tit the Clouds," was followed by reading the scripture. Mrs. Foser Smith read, "The Keys to Christian Living." another hymn, "Open My Eyes That 1 .May Sec," was sung and a prayer was offered by Mrs. Foster Smith. Mrs. Jacob Bishop told the number of cards she had sent to the sick and aged. The offering was collected by Donna Hamil:on, and members voted to send the money collected by the children in Bible School to William Harvey, Elizabethville, Africa, Methodist missionary, Mrs. Olive Davis, devotional r, gave a reading on the Apostle Paul. A spring hat sale berg are chairmen, assisted b Urs. Morton Peskin. Mrs. Simo Rosenbaum, Mrs. Joseph Kla wan, Mrs. Harvey Dezen, an Mrs. Harold Waingold. Mr, Rul Mrs. Heltie Chambers, Lydia Baker and Mrs. Wright, Brimingham, Ala., „. visiling relatives in Cumberlan and Froslburg. I. Prizes will be awarde and refreshments served. A card party will be held b ihe Ladies,Club of St. Ambros Church in the new church recre Alumnae Will Entertain Ursuline Academy Seniors Dial PA' 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker The Ursulirie -Academy' Alum ae Association will entertain the 1/f' l~ embers O f .ihe Class of 1957 at IVllSS I breakfast Sunday morning in . Peler and Paul parish ; hall llowing the 8:15 -mass: at the All members of the Alumnae OV Stdte nd graduates will receive ^ nd graduates will receive Holy omrhunion in -a blJdy at' the ass. • Key. Marius Elseiier, O.F.M. ap., pastor of SS. Peter and aul Church, will be Ihe speaker '; the breakfast. Mrs. William L. Keller will pre- de and welcome the graduates, liss Mary Lee Jolley will re- pond for the graduates. Miss Rose Mary Mullaney, new resident, will present Father larius. Other new officers, elect- d recently, are Miss Bctly Mil- T, vice president; Mrs. Ernest 'ilson, secrclary, and Mrs. 'Rob "t Thomas, treasurer. The graduates are Miss Mary elen Allice, Miss Alice BartlcU, liss Marjory Brookman, . Miss oyce Calvert, Miss Joan Dress- nan, Miss Jo Ellen Kleckenslein, iiss Arlene Green, Miss Carol arrison, Miss Mary Lee Jolley, liss Christine Madden. Miss Vendelle Morrissey, Miss Mary ane O'Neal, Miss Mary Ann ainter, Miss Jeanette Reissig, liss Kathleen Shriver, Miss hercsa Washington and Miss Roberta Wheeler. Mrs. K.eller, chairman of ar- angements, is being assisted by liss Mullaney, Mrs. Rober! homas, Mrs. George W. Loven tein, Mrs. John Wolfhope, Mrs Jan Parsons, Mrs. Eugene Close Irs. Edward McN'amee, Mrs Arthur Crum, Mrs. Richard Me lullen, Mrs. DeSales Click, Miss lary Jo Logsdon and Miss Angela Laing. Reservations for the brcakfas hould be made as soon as pos ible through Mrs. Wolfhope IPA •5789) or Mrs. Close (PA 2 374). Events Briefly Noted The North Branch 4-H Boy :iub will meet at Ihe North Branch Fire Hall at 7:30 thi ivening. The Woman's Association of th •"irst Presbyterian Church wil hold a rummage sale in the jun or room Thursday from 1 to i.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to ! p.m. , , . • Colfax Rebekah Lodge 1 wil meet tonight at 8 o'clock in th< OOF hall, South Mechanic itreet. The committee arranging the Allegany High School Class o 1937-ireunion will meet Thursday night at 7:30 at the. Celanese Trucking Center, Bedford Road The Woman's Guild of Hoi Cross Episcopal Church will holi cafeteria style supper tomoi row from 5 to 7 p. m. in th church hall. North Branch Boys 4-H wi meet at 7:30 tonight at the Nort Branch fire hall. Jon Three honors were liss Orpha-Bonila lember of the Cumberland Busness and Professional Women's :lub, at the BPW state coriven on last weekend at the Francis colt .Key Hotel, Frederick. Miss Pritchard was chosen hair man of the resolutions com littee for the region, which com rises all states from Maine to laryland. As slate first vice resident, Miss Pritchard was in ited to attend the national board neeting in Detroit, July 6-11, an< lie was also elected delegate to he regional meeting. The Cumberland group B ». v skit as part of the problem linic. The group consisted o liss Anna Nicht, Miss Theresa Meht, Miss Helen Beck, Mrs 5lhel Northcraft, Miss Mary J Logsdon, Miss Edith Scharf, Mis Gcrardine Pritchard and Mis Orpha-Bonita Pritchard, and b> ranscription, Mrs. Ellen MeKen ie, Mrs. Kathleen Burke, Mrs Thelma Swarlzweldcr, Miss Editl Scharf, Mrs. Clarabelle Kaldo u id Miss Eudora Jochum. -Mrs. Gladys Daniels. Mis -ogsdon, Miss Dorothy Manley Miss Theresa Nichl, Mrs. North craft, Miss Orpha-Bonita Prilch ard. Miss Gerardine Pritcharc Miss Scharl and Mrs. Swarlz weld were delegates from th Area Players -~ - ' _- _ _ " nvitedTo Bridge Event All bridge players of the sec ton and members of the Western laryland Bridge Association and 'otomac Valley Bridge Club >ave been invited to participate n the twenty-ninth annual Tri Slate League duplicate tourna mcnt at the While Swan Hotel Uniontown, Pa., this weekend. A mixed pair championship, wil open the event al 8 p.m. Friday Mrs. Hugh Johns, Uniontown and Dr. William Tresise.-Fayelle City, Pa., are defending cham pions. Saturday (he open pair cham pionship will be held the firs session at 2 and the second a 8 p.m. Defending champions are Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Slone Detroit. A bulfet dinner will b served between the sessions. An open team of four cham lionship will be held Sunday. Th r irst session Will be at 1:15 an the second at 7. Defending cham pions are Samuel Scaffidi, W Bryan Spillars, W. H. Carson an Richard Harrison, all of Whee ing. Do.uble-M Club ./;• folds Progressive Dinner Party The Doublet! Club held a meet- tg in the form of a progressive / the president, Walter J. Maxey where a short business meeting was-held. Park Place WSCS will meet a 7:30 tonight at the church. Ne Circles will be selected for conference year. th The final meeting of the yea of Oldtown PTA will be held a the school tonight. Mrs. Calvi Kciter will install officers at {, A program and social wil! follow Room visitation will be at 7:30. Trinity Methodist WSCS wi meet at 7:30 tonight at th church. Committees were named for th« annual festival in July, The tea- tntive dale is July 19. Cards were 'read from members who have been ill. Olhcis attending were Mr. anJ Mrs. Edward Zucker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawkins, Mr. and ,._..,. Mrs. Jesse Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Dessert was served al the home Robert Webster. Mrs. Grace inner party. 4\UUll i «ftwjvvi| iiiivi —" Maxey, Mrs. Donna Easton, Mrs,Catherine Groves and Mrs. Nelli* VanSickle. A REAL BARGAIN! NEW TANK-TYPE CLEANERS Complete With All Attachment* 1957 MODEL ALL NEW TOOLS iitrf W« Can't Ul. Mff'i. Norn. TRADE-IN THAT OLD CLEANER FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION * •%••• No OBLIGATION PHONE I PA 4-4610 ABC VACUUM STORES 104 W«mjw Orir» ocal chapter. The Cumberland dub svill hold a dinne rmeeling today at 5:30' p. m. at Central YMCA. Cresap Homemakcrs will meet at 8:30 a. m., Thursday at the home of Mrs. Edgar Hounshcll, Cresap Park. INSURED FUR STORAGE Dial: PA 4-1400 Ihe hats lo be creations of the lembcrs and auctioned. Refreshments were served by Sfrs. Martha Mullcncx, Mrs. Olive Davis and Mrs. Puffin- bergcr. Altstetler, Mrs. George Durst, v w k,,*,—•---•--•••••"-• «n«cucr, Mrs. ^eorge uurst, EH. Anderson, Mrs. C. B. Duf M rs. S. A. McCullough. Mrs. *b,? 0n ^l.?J.I a .!: 1 ™?:. Ml * 5 *»«e Price, Miss Ellen Nevvnam. Mrs. Lucy Balsley. Mrs. Wm. R. Wilson. Mrs. James H. Dean. Cumberland Alumnae Chapter, ASA, will meet tonight al the home of Mrs. Joseph Kessel, Kcyser. Marian Rosenmerkd, Mrs. R. Estes Brockman. Mrs. Harry Lucas.- Mrs. Charles Eyler, Mrs. Rohcrl Eyler. Miss Margaret tielt, Mrs. Raymond Yutzy, Mrs. Vernon Cost, Mrs. Chas. Krimm, Mrs. Lynn Walker, Mrs. Robert TWISHING RtgilltrtJ U. S. P»>ent Office. S T fc P I 5 T O 4 Y « A G S P 2 T t P T~ D S II 7 O 5 Y 4 N & H J S E 8 A 3 0 8 R S B 3 B 7 M i u 2 H U E a A 4 N tj P 4 R « R 7 W 5 P 7 E i E 4 E 6 A ^ S 4 A 8 0 b P 8 O 1 I, i E S Y 6 M •i P 4 A 3 N i T & M 4 E 3 W •1 n a N •t A 6" O S o 7- E 8 W 6 Y 2 T « O 5 I W 2 S 2 A 4 •R a K < T t S 4 A 5 S « O 5 P 3 T 5 W 2 r> ?- A 6 D S A 3 R « R 2 R 4 D 2 D 4 R TJERE li » pleasant little game that will give you a message every •*• * day. U is a numerical puiile designed to spell cut your fortune. Count «h« letters in your nr« name. If the number o£ lellerj is G or more, iublr»cl 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. 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