Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 6, 1952 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Carolyn Smith Honored By Parents With Birthday Dance Mr. and Mrs. Charles H, Smith,; LaVale, entertained a rficent evening j in honor of their daughter, Carolyn ' Prances Smith, on the occasion of her sixteenth birthday. The affair! was in the form of a dance and Valentine party at trie LaVale Fire Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were as- j slsted In entertaining by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. C. Allen. A "Valentine Dance" was a feature In which Sue Shuck arid Walter Ladies Class Entertains At \Supper, Party Young Couples Of St. Luke's To Hold Dinner The Young Married Couples Group of St. Luke's Lutheran Church will hold a dinner and program tomorrow night at 6:30 in the church social hall. Gorman E. Getty, attorney to the.! Board of County Commissioners,! The Ladies Fellowship Class of!™ U spe& * on " A ^ h ."?f f ° f the Potomac Park Evangelical i CJt.zensh.p-TJhe Right to Tna 1 By: 'Jury and Its Corollary Obligations. • iure in wnicn DUL-anuca. luiu wauci United Brethren Cnllrcn gntertain- Bosley were crowned Queen and[ ed recentl wlth „ Sn9chetti SUD . ; , King of Hearts by Nancy Sitter and: afc wnich husband - s and trimds \ Installation Held Harry McFarland. Dorothy Stein I per I of members were present in the re-j j ., -- ,QI memoers were present jn tne re- r> T\ r\ r < /~i •! and Kenneth McGraw won prizes 01 creation room of \ he church \bj LJ.Uf A. LOUTlCll the "Mnonliizht Dance." . ^ , -« „ ,. ! J the "Moonlight Dance." A quartet composed of Constance Other^ guests ^were Miss Barbara Blubaugll| Carole comer, Maryj Officers were installed by Pride „ „ _.,^ ~_ i,. prances y oder and Shirley Eversole of Allegany Council 110, Daughters Lee Gaithcr and Donald Sotnerville, Baltimore; Barbara Tyree, Betty entertained with several songs. of America, last night in Junior Tyree, Carol Andrews, Kitty Dun-, Mrs R _ j Newcomer presided at]Order Hall with Mrs. Maude Kirk, can, Adele Williams, Virginia tne business sess i on following the deputy state councilor and member Walker, Dorothy McDade, Marie dinner _ of Pride of Barton. Council, official-! Goldsworthy, Mary Doub, Phyllis Mfs _ Horace MIUs conducted tne |ing. Jammer, Mary Uirne Stitely, Bar- devotions and Mrs . w . L, Shoe-l The new heads are Mrs. Fairey hara Nicholls, Patricia Fallen, Anne| maker ]ed the group ^ prayer atter j Goshorn, junior past councilor; Mrs. Elder, Charlotte Robertson, Nancy [ which a h yrnri , « Ha ve Thine OwnJAnetta Pradiska, associate junior Long, Mildred McDonald, Newanna, Way Lord," was sung. Mrs. Mills!past councilor; Mrs. June Mutchner, Kesecker and Wilda Jewell. 'read the scripture lesson and offer-1 councilor; Mrs. Mary Sperow, as- Roberta Markwood. Sue Harman' prayer foUowed by a reading( sociate _ Joann Walker, Marjorie Matthews, .. The Ouak - er Girrs Drea m." Blacker, •» ••—— J«. U 4 _ Y1> ...i.,.1. n »n n ATr, v.n*-* VTaileriTt " _ . Marjorie Hutcheson, Nancy Neilson, Carolyn Matthews, Janet Bloom, Shirley Markwood, Mary Lou Remer, Donna Cochenour, Mary Elizabeth Keyser, Gail Snyder, Gretchen Cook, Kista Wiseman, Wilna Fisher and Barbara Stark. ; . Harry Utterback, Robert Allen, Dean Hancox, Carl Slemmer, Jr., Leon Armentrout, Chester Price, -Louis Spoerl, Ernest Sisk, Francis Aronholt, Bruce Price, Ronald Schoenadel, John Willetts, Lance Statler, Harry 'McFarland, Russ Roberteon, Charles Smith, Lewis Diguid, Michael Mosner, Edward Andrews, Everett Wade, John Gornall, Bernard M. Beerman, Ronald OJDecker, Robert Matlick, Robert M. Hutcheson, Fred Storey, Michael O'Brien, Ray Shue, Walter Bosley, Alvln McGeltigan, Robert Fisher, Charles Wickard, William Scott, and Robert Swauger. One»Dish Sausage Meal meal. pork Here's a one-dish sausage Shape one pound of bulk *ausage into six rolls and place them in a cold frying-pan. Add 2 or 3 tablespoons of water, cover and cook until the water evaporates, about 10 minutes. Alternate layers of cooked macaroni seasoned with grated onion and sauerkraut in a casserole. Arrange the sausage rolls, wheel spoke fashion, over the top. Add 2 tablespoons of sausage drippings and bake in a moderate oven (350° F.) for 1 hour. .Frankfurter Spaghetti Frankfurters and spaghetti joia for a cold winter night special. Heat franks thoroughly, then serve on ipaghettl cooked with tomato juice and seasoned with minced onions. 3 OUT OF EVERY" Ormond Stockings Sold art worn by women who buy them again and again. OUR GREATEST ASSET IS OUR CONSUMER CONFIDENCE 105 Baltimore Street The program closed with a musical reading, "The Sinner and The ^ong," by Mrs. L. G. Bridgers, and more selections by the quartet. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Waybright with Mrs. Howard Strawser co- hostess. Events Briefly Noted The Happy Service Club of the First Methodist Church will meet afc the home of Mrs. John Beegle, 1209 Bedford Street, tomorrow at 8 p. tn. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Bedford Road Fire Department will hold a card party tomorrow at 8 p. m. in the fire hall. Setback and 500 will be played, prizes given and refreshments served. Woman's International Auxiliary 52 to ITU 244 will meet at the home of Mrs. Samuel A. Graham, 319 Williams Street, tomorrow evening. Mrs. George Cline will be co- hostess. Circle 2 W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist Church will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m, in the church social room with Miss Vallie Varner in charge of the program and Mrs. Cora Partleton and Mrs. Grace Nelson hostesses. The Bedford Road Fire Department will sponsor a round and square dance tonight and a variety show Friday night at 8 o'clock. The Literature Group of the Woman's 2 p. m. Civic Club will meet at tomorrow at the Public State School, Keyser, will review "The End of the Affair," by Graham Greene. , The committee for the variety fun show February 2fl will meet tonight at 7:30 at the Johnson Heights School. Elliott Memorial WSCS will hold a Valentine party tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock in the church^ basement. Each member is to pack a iunch. The Catherine Eye Girls of Melvin Methodist Church will meet at 7 o'clock tomorrow night at the church. The B. and O. Veterans and Auxiliary will honor six life members of the auxiliary at a covered dish supper »t 6:30 tonight at the B. and O. YMCA. Circle 5, WSCS of Centre Street Methodist Church will meet at 7:45 tonight in the clubs rooms. Hani Cornbread Leftover ham cut into cubes finds tasty use with cornbread. Heat the ham cubes in a cream sauce, then serve over split hot -cornbread squares. Here^s refreshment, real refreshment To play refreshed ; Thirst keeps score, too. It tells you when it's icfresliment time ... your taste tells you whal to choose. »OTUED UNDER AUrKOKITY Of THE COCA-COU COMPANY »r CUMBERLAND COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY h « reordered (waV-moT*. I© 105}. -»t COC»COU C councilor; Mrs. Gladys; vice councilor; Mrs. Lola Stewart, inductor; Mrs. Payne, warden; Mrs. Alverda Aberle, inside sentinel; Mrs. Naomi McClear, outside sentinel. Mrs. Elsie Lehr, .recording secretary; Mrs. Gertrude Pendyl, assistant recording secretary; Mrs. Arbutus Lohr, financial secretary; Mrs. Edith Emerick, assistant financial secretary; Mr 1 ?. Edith Gross, treasurer; Mrs. Lottie Williamson, six months trustee;. Mrs. Catherine Bucy, 12 months trustee; arid Mrs. Pearl Payne, 18 months' trustee. Past councilors jewels were presented to Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Violet Sisk. A corsage of red rosebuds was presented to Mrs.- Mutchner by her two children. Concluding the evening a social hour was held. Six Brownies Advanced To Young GOP Women Plan Activities The Young Women's Republican Club outlined activities for the coming months at a recent meeting. Beginning February 12 the club will meet on the second Tuesdays of the month at Central Y.M.C.A. Miss Ruth Ann Richards presided. The constitution and by-law^ were approved. Mrs. Ann Kammauf was appointed program chairman and plans for a party next month were discussed. Mrs. Donald Palmer, Miss Patricia Golden and Mrs. Alma Conners, membership chairman, are in charge of invitations. The' club will attend the Lincoln Day dinner of the State Central Committee February 8 at Centre Street Methodist Church social hall. The meeting'was concluded with a social which featured canasta and the serving ol refreshments. Personals j Miss Janet Sunderlln, 1 Mary Street, and Mrs. J. E. Hare, 17 Bellvue Street, have returned Irom Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, where they visited the latter's son, Cpl. Gerald D. Hare, who was injured in an automobile accident February 2. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark, 208 Seymour Street, have gone to Prince Frederick and St. Leonard to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Middleton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeVille. Mrs. James Murphy, 218 Arch Street, has returned from Rochester, Minn., where she went through the Mayo Clinic and was a patient in Worral Hospital, Rochester. Mrs. T. E. Morrison, 305 Arch Street, returned from visiting relatives in New York City, Mrs. Clarence Wagner, Klosterman's Addition, LaVale, is a surgical j patient in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. , J, J. Kelley, formerly co-owner of the Sterling Electric Store, is a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. He suffered a heart attack, January 20. BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM —Mr. and Mrs. George Wilbert Lapp are shown at the First Methodist Church following their recent marriage. The bride is the former Norma Lee Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Davis, 716 Yale Street. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lapp, 716 Oldtown Road. Hie couple is residing at 35114 Bedford Street. Jacoby On Bridge £ancy Plays Won Top Bridge Match By OSWALD JACOBS Written for NEA Service As most bridge players know, the American team defeated the Italians for the world championship in a match held in Naples last November. The Italian team had previously won a European round- robin contest. It was the general opinion that our team owed its victory mostly to better bidding methods. Just the same, they had to play their cards with great precision to bring home the Bermuda Bowl for the second year in succession. In the hand shown today, Howard Schenken of New York held the West cards, and John-R. Crawford of Philadelphia held the East cards. Their successful defense against four hearts was a. combination of cold skill and warm imagination. June was named after June, goddess of marriage. NORTH AKJ63 VJ864 • 5 + AJ 73 WEST EAST *A972 A 10 84 ¥953 V 10 *J93 *AK1072 *K86 *Q1095 SOUTH (D) *Q5 V AKQ72 • Q864 + 42 Both sides vul. Sooth West North 1 V Pass 4 V Pass Pass Opening tead— * East Pass Schenken opened the three of hearts, reasoning that dummy's bidding showed ruffing power. The Italian declarer won in his own hand and went after the spades in order to provide a discard for one of his low clubs. Schenken took the queen of spades with his ace and led a second trump. Declarer won in his own hand, and Crawford discarded the deuce of diamonds even though he held' such great strength in the suit. He had already foreseen the course of the play. Declarer got to dummy with the ace of clubs and discarded his remaining club on a high spade. Then he led a diamond from dummy to prepare for diamond ruffs. Without a second's hesitation, Crawford played the seven of diamonds instead of putting up his ace or king. Declarer didn't realize he could win the trick by playing his queen. Instead he finessed the eight of diamonds, hoping that the top diamonds would drop early enough to establish his queen later on. This allowed Schenken to win with the nine of diamonds—somewhat to his surprise. It also allowed Schenken to lead a third trump, which, of course, was exactly why Crawford had made his remarkable play. Now declarer could ruff only one diamond in dummy and he therefore wound up losing three diamonds and a spade. Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 1 Heart 1 Spade Pass Pass .? You, South, hold: Spades K-103, Hearts A-K-J-S-4, Diamonds K- 8-5, Clubs A-2. What do you do? A—Bid one no-trump. This shows that you had a choice between one heart and one no-trump as • your opening bid. Your partner can make the most of both items of information, Today's Question The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You, South, hold: Spade 2, Hearts A-KJ-9-4-2, Diamond.'? K-8-5-3, Clubs K-7. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow New York City's transportation system Is the largest municipally- owned system in the United States. North Cumberland 4-H Girls Install Joann Robinson Head Troop 43, LaVale Methodist Church, held fly-up exercises yesterday when six Brownies were advanced into the Intermediate Scout Troop. Misses Beth Buchanan, Martha Coulehan, Meltina Diehl, Bertha The North Cumberland 4-K Girls Club installed new officers a recent night in the recreation room of the Fairview Avenue Methodist Church with Mrs. June Mutchner and Mrs. j Charles Bauer, advisors for the' group, conducting the ceremony. Joann Robinson was installed as president; Joan Yutzy, vice T Chin LtUO The first knockout tournament sponsored by the Western Maryland Bridge Association resulted in the were advanced in exercises conducted by the troop leaders, Mrs. Paul Steinla and Mrs. Wilbur Bishop. The Intermediate Troop, under the leadership of Mrs. Loren Morey, was on hand to receive the new scouts. Following a and exercises, scouting program refreshments were served by the Brownie Troop. Charlene Brant, treasurer, and Jane Yutzy, assistant treasurer. Following the installation the president named chairmen for the year as follows; Song leader, Joan Yutzy, recreation, Carolyn Yutzy; Camp Algawa, Bonnie Bauer; community service, Patty Baker; Fair, defeating the team of Mrs. Frederick A. Puderbaugh, Miss Rosa Jackson, Miss Julia Jackson and Mrs. Edwin T. Jones by 620 points. Each of the champions will receive three full master points and individual trophies. Tomorrow night's play 'at the Fort a Joan Yutzy and Joann Robinson: Club Week. Leona Michaels; health j Cumberland Hotel will and safety, Ann Herboldsheimer; j "SpecalW = ; Game ln Secum Anniversary LaVale Club The LaVale Homemakers Club celebrated its twenty-first anniversary with a luncheon and Valentine party Monday afternoon at the LaVale Fire Hall. Covers were laid for 11 guests, six charter members and 47 other members. The table was decorated with spring flowers and candles in pastel shades, favors. Corsages were The decorating given as was done under the direction of Mrs. Bertha Simpson, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Douglas Ritchie, Mrs. Roy Simpson, Mrs. George Kemp, Mrs. Joseph Wheeler and Mrs. J. E. Fleckenstein. The anniversary cake was made by Mrs. George Johnson who has been making cakes for the celebration each year since 1933. Mrs, George Brown presided at the business session following the luncheon. She introduced William recent evenin s 7- 7 TXT . and safety, Ann Herbomsneimer, ~.~--- --- - LUnCheOn NOteS ^^S, Mrs. Mutchner and MrsjA and a regutai^ Bauer; foods and nutrition, Janet|O°HU came in sec.. Ridgeley; program, Joan ways and means, Bonnie Bauer, as- lene Brant, Leona Michaels and Joan Yutzy; scrap book and pub-'A. D. Heacox licity, Leona Michaels, and garden, women's pair fractional master game Yutzy ; February 21 the annual men's and women's fair championship of the association will be held. Christine Mutchner. The club-voted to start a dress project with a work meeting each month for three months in order to enter the county style review. Joan Yutzy and Christine Mutch- John Schaidt are the defending- champions, while and Norman Taylor are the defending man's pair champions. ner were competing grams. presented in recent medals for county pro- A Valentine party will feature the next meeting with Joan Yutzy, Bonnie Bauer, Joann Robinson, Leona Michaels, Charles Brant and Christine Mutchner as hostesses. G. Barger, county director of Civil Defense, who talked on preparations necessary for defense from an atomic attack. Mrs. John Beckman was appointed Civil Defense chairman of the club. Miss Maude A. Bean introduced her successor. Miss Evelyn Hutson, new home demonstration agent for Allenany county, and also Miss Thelma Allin, assistant home agent. Mrs. Edith Comp gave the history of the hymn, "He Leadeth Me," after which it was sung by the group. Mrs. Douglas Smith spoke on the importance of registering and voting in the coming elections. Mrs. John C. Fisher reported on the LaVale 4-H Girls' Clubs and Mrs. Elizabeth Zembower gave the history of "The Woodpecker." Mrs. Comp reported on welfare and Mrs. W. H. McGill reported members read 32 books in the past month. The history of the club, which was organized in February in 1931, was read by Mrs. Robert Sutton. The club has a membership of 162. "Happy Birthday" was sung to several members. Homemade Valentines' were exchanged. The next meeting will be held March 3 at 10:30 a.m. at the LaVale j Fire Hall and will be the annual | garden party. Members are to bring j a box lunch. Each member will also j bring a flower and explain its origin, j There will be an open discussion on the variety and care of flowers. Mr. And Mrs. Lemon Feted On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lemon were honored by a group of friends a in celebration of their sixth wedding anniversary at Minke's Cottage Inn. Round and square dancing featured the program. Guests were Mr. and and Mrs. Clarence Stickley, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Emerick, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lowery, Mrs. Nettie Chaney, Mrs. Alice Yaider, Mrs. Jack Darwin, Mrs. Zella Gray, Miss Lucy Yaider and C- Hugh oster. Complete Line of Select Yours Now! PICTURE FRAMING I Post Card Shop I 25 N. Centre St. Ham Casserole Here's a casserole that combines cooked pork or ham, tart apples and sweet potatoes. To prepare, cube cooked meat, then combine with sliced tart apples. Moisten with gravy and place in a casserole. Top the casserole with slices of cooked sweet potato and bake for 30 to 45 minutes in a moderate oven. LIP-STAE keeps your lipstick on YOW KtuI SmoVH Eofl Drinki Yov Iwn* no em« borrowing tell-toU red. Brush ckor liquid Lip-Sloe over your lipstick. 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