Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 22, 1957 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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•;. SIX Naetzel-Chinault Wedding i,. Takes Place In Canton, Ohio ^n «f. : : ' Mr. and Mrs. Eliot T. Pyles, Ji.. and son William Jonathan, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings R. Chin aull, of 933 Maryland Avenue, an riounce the marriage of their daughter, Juanita, to Paul Naet zel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Naetzcl. of Canton, Ohio. The double ring ceremony was returned to their home in South performed May 5 by the Rev. M Bend, Ind., after visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Charles A. Rice, 318 Bedford Street. Susan Jackson, 11 Hampton —Place, student at SS. Peter and Paul School is ill with rheumatic Zion WSCS GOP Women New Officers To Map Plans Installed By For Campaign ChiircJi Group Elects; Gives Church Funds The Women's Society of Christ- Western H?arj<land Women's laii Service o( Zion Methodist Republican Clubs will launch Hershberger in the South Canloi Church of the Nazarene in Can ton. :hurch, Bedford Road, elected new officers for the coming year at a recent meeting. The new officers are Mrs. Sanson, president; Mrs. Sadie Durst, "ice president; Mrs. Bffic The bride wore navy blue sui with matching accessories, while hat and gloves. A pink camelia fever in Sacred Heart Hospital c <"' sase co ™P 1 ^ d the ensemble She is ihc daughter ot .Mr. and! Jlrs - Robert N'actzel, matron ol Mrs. William Jackson. honor, and the bride's only at Mrs. Raplnel A. Winner, 713 tendanl. wore a beige linen suit Glenmore Road, is a surgical pa. tient in Memorial Hospital. -Mrs. Fred C. Hudiger. Grand and pink camelia corsage. Rob ert Naetzel, brother of the bride groom, was best man. Avenue, is home from Memorial Following Die ceremony, Mrs Hospital. jRobert Naetzel entertained with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bloss anrtt a reception at her home. The children, John, Fred, Sue andi bndat themc was carried out i! Sara, returned to Warren. Ohio.i lhe llcrcd wedding cake topped after visiting Mrs. C. W. BIossp'" 1 a bride and bridegroom and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Morlon,! fi 6" rinc ' 679 Faycltc Street. _S!ephon Light, Bedford Road is a surgical patient in Mcmoria Hospital. SPRAY ENAMEL fin* for flntfiolon. Wrought lion and Outdoor Furniture, •!<. ; WEBSTER'S - Wall Paper & Paint • 414 N. Cenln tl. The bride, a 1952 graduate o] Fort }lill High School, is employ ed by Fisher's Foods of Canton The bridegroom attended Me Kinley High School, Canton, ani served three years with the Navy. He is also employed b> Fisher's. The couple Is residing in Canton. Egged On PARIS, Tex. UV-Officers had a problem after arresting six juv cniles and recovering 30 stolen chickens. "They sold them, swapped them and gave them away," said Deputy Sheriff Bud Street "We keep finding more stolen chickens and we caii't tell who (they belong to." WOW! IMAGINE A DOLL'LIKE AYA fffVn. SHIP WRECKED WITH TWO GUYS ON A TROPICAL ISLAND THE RACIEST COMEDY OF THE YEAR IN BLUSHING COLOR Ava GARDNER Stewart GRANGER David NIVEN "PHILJP, I'D LIKE PERMISSION TO MARRY YOUS Wlf E|be tfrnft/or* THE FUN AND MONKEY BUSINESS - Starts WED. MAY 29th EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD.. .WEDNESDAY,- WAY 22, 1957 .'.rer. Secretaries are Mrs. Virginia Lee Sacks, Ircas Mrs. Mertens, spiritual life; Mrs. Florence Thompson, missionary; Mrs. Mae "ameron, promotion; Mrs: Alice Kaso. Christian social relations and Jocal church activities; Mrs. . . - • iveuuuuian >isie Mowen, student and youth ( 0 affiliate work; Mrs. Zilla Brant, chil- dren's' work; Mrs. Rachae ames. literature and publications; Mrs. Edith Simons, supply work, and Airs. Inez Sweitzer, status of women. Mrs. Sweitzer svas also appoint The Women's Society of Chris • •-— •- .—.v.. u tlan Service of Emmanuel Metho- Welcome Neighbor" campaign dist Church met Jn the soci in the Sixth District at a meet-for inslallotion of officers mg here Wednesday, June 12 at They are Mrs. Dessel the Ah Ghan Shrine Country holtzer, president; Mrs Club. -- There will be a business ses- ..... j,.^.,.,.,.,.^ ,,, io . ti.i.t iiii-ru win DC a Business ses- Mary snarer, secretary Carles, recording secretary, and sion at U a. m. and a luncheon Clara Frost, treasurer. fimbrook, vice president; Mrs. Mary Sharer, secretary, and Mrs. at 1 p. m. with Cumberland, Oakland and Frostburg clubs as hostesses. The campaign will be conducted on a local level wllh members of clubs calling on neighbors to give their information about the Republican parly and invite (hem Mrs. Vaughn E. Richardson, president of the State Federation, will convene the meeting at II. Mrs. Ab Herman, campaign activities chairman for the NFRW will explain the campaign. Mrs. .Herbert Ryerson, education Mrs Bertha r™« *,„, »,„,„,» ' ranecs Snirclilf, vice regent; promotion lecrelary; Mrs"A" e ™ SS *' ary D °"' P ,° PhC ' eSS; MrS ' Trout, missionary educati n , c>" VV ^ ^''T!?VT' retary; Mrs. Jean Sulser, supply ^'5 Mar , g . ar ? t S £", his• -- — vv > innan' Mrs. Marie Nehrmg, ; Mrs. Hazel Soethe, gs^^"^'--"^tt; JK.C f M - Group singing and scripture reading were led by Mrs. Frost. Rev. Kennelh Grove, pastor, led in a prayer. A skit, pertaining to missionary jj™,™, P" X^. ^trf?" 1 " 1 ?, b * »», gilt pSrw u u r mli Bertha Cross, Mrs. Clara Frosl ed as a member of the parsonage!' e . r " e r l , < i ' er f»' education committee and sunshine chair- Cha ' r . man , of , he slale 8 roll P' wi » man s .P«ak and Mrs. Mary Caldweir, man. Mrs. Louise Sanson presided. The opening prayer was given Mrs. Eleanor Emcriek. The " devotional was conducted by Mrs. Jane Mertens. Mrs. Florence Thompson, mis- t . ilonary secretary, had as her guest Mrs. J. C. Lcdbetter, wife of Rev. Ledbetter, of the Bap-, ist Missions, who talked on the work of (he Ifome Mission Board ot the Baptist Church in the southern states. ' .Mrs. Kathryii Tesvell gave a check for 5300 to the Society which, with an additional $100. ivas given to the building fur.d of the church. Hostesses for the June ineetin Chevy Chase, legislative chair , will review the laws passed the 1957 legislative ses- ion. Club presidents, Mrs E. Lancaster, of tht eriand ctub; Mrs. James ;k, Frostburg; Mrs. Kermit Jlotfelty, Garrett county; Mrs. lilda Creghan, Frederick county; Mrs. Henry Allen, Montgomery Counly; Miss Matilda Bikle, lagcrstown; Mrs. J. Edgar Remsbcrg, Sharpsburg; and Mrs Oliver 1. Britner, give reports. liobert Gray, special assistant to President Eisenhower, will be the speaker at the luncheon con eluding the conference. will be Mrs. Mertens, Mrs. Mary Koontz and Mrs. Mary iNorris, The meeting closed with the W.S.C.S. pledge and prayer. After the meeting a social hour was held and refreshments served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mowcn, Mrs. Thclma Zembower and Mrs. Kalhryn Tewcll. ™d M I r rrV ° rfman and daughter, Sharon, and Mrs. J. Glenn Beall and Con-Mrs. Allan Deffmbaugh and grcssman and Mrs. DeWilt Hyde daughters. Terry, and Dianne will be guests. Sorority Chapter Honors Mothers; Has Installation Officers (or the coming year were installed by Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at a dinner honoring the mothers of members al the Al Ghan Shrine Club. Miss Margaret L ...„„.„ al the installation for Mrs. Char Wjlliamsport; lips, PA 2-5486. Guild Holds Dinner Event CD A Court Will Install On June 17 Court Cardinal Gibbons 529, Catholic Daughters of America, will install new officers June 17 at St. Patrick's Social Center. Plans for the event were discussed at a meeting .Monday night in the Social Center.' Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Homemakers Club Reminded Of RWSC Enrollment Limit The Pleasant Valley Home- Pleasant Valley Road/June 15 at makers Club met recently at the 7:30 p.m. by the Pleasant Vallev nnniA nt \f*>« m«_«t.,,ii f> . *ii._i. ' ."• " home of Mrs. Marshall Deremer, Pleasant Valley Jioad, with Mrs. Robert Deremer, co-hostess. , Mrs.'Earl K. Manges, president, presided, Mrs. Marshall Deremer read the Scripture, and Mrs. Anna McCleary will be " le hymn, "Fairest Lord Jesus," installed as grand regent; Mrs. Frances Shircliff, vice regent; Games featured the entertain menl and prizes were won by „ . jwcrs and Mrs. Angela Pendergasl. £,?=>>£•£«— »-« Members of the entertainment nmmitlee served refreshments They were Mrs. Peggy Scott P^de^^roS wltShl Efeffi" 5 -"'' fi past president's pin by Rev . ' * rn ' Grove after whicli the group sang "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." Refreshments woijp served. It was (lie birthday of Mrs. Taylor and a cake and flowers were given to her. ; Others present were Mrs. Kenneth Grove, Mrs. Dessel Shanholtzer, Mrs. Helen Timbrook, Mrs. Sandra Cross, Mrs. Laura Smith, Mrs. Opal Simpson, Mrs Anna Zimerly. Mrs. Nettie Gerard. Mrs. Alice Trout. Mrs. Ethel Shram, Mrs. John Whisner and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Taylor. Events Briefly Noted The the V abaugh, Mrs. Howard Blank and Mrs. Clayton C ilium and — »•" j. "-iiuj IULI vjiuuiii iitiu niece Keservalions for luncheon are Carc) ' Jean Blank, Mrs. Douglas to he made with Mrs. E. F. Phil- Golliday and daughters, Judy and Sandy, Mrs. Theodore Grove and daughters, Eleanor and Betty, Mrs. George Hansel, Airs. Eugene Harris and daughter, Sharon, Mrs. Harold Harlman and daughter, Caryl Ann, Mrs. Glenn Kight and mother, Mrs. James Kisamore and daughters. Linda . Mrs. J. Williar „. and daughter, Linda, Helen Assif. Mrs. B. C. Mcfhvee, Nancy R n ,vii nn r '"'•*'•'"i,"",, ~ Howan, Mrs. Richard Mclnlyre Bowling Green Fire Hall. Mrs. and daughter, Gale, Mrs. Jack ayton G, l um , treasurer, gavej Rowan and daughter. Betsy, Mrs. le invoca ion. j wiuls S melser and daughter. Mrs William L. Yeager and|P &t ty. Mrs. Grayson Soloman Mrs. Jack Rowan had chargeU n d daughter. Ann, Mrs. Dewey of the program with Carol Jean Thompson. Mrs. Nicholas Vlachos Miss Margaret Lester officiated 2' ank as mlstre f of ceremonies, and daughters, Jane and Ann ~i Ihe installation for .Mrs. Char- '™ P"?""} ' ollows : Tap dance,] Mrs. John West and daughters lotte Judy, president; Mrs. Jose- . rnend, Llnd a Loar.jJudy and Mary Lou. and Mrs. phine Pfeiffer. vice president- ! accom Pa«ied by her mother; ac-William L. Yeager and daughter, Mrs. Virginia Ward secretary' i cord ' an "umber. "Mother," Sha- Linda. •' ron Coffman; solo, "April Show- Guild of St. Mat- 'angelical and Reformed Church held a mother and daughter dinner recently at the Mrs. Mrs. Viola trustees. was sung with Mrs. Robeil De'r- emer reading its history. Mrs. Ambrose Miltenbergcr, nutrition chairman, spoke on "The Best Buys in Food." Tea will be given by Ihc Rural - -- ....i .^ given yy |iie nurai '" J uatia, «i., niuuiosc Mil- Women's Short Course Club on tenbcrger, James Davis Jr., Carl "lecturer- Mrs' Mirv TN^' Tuesda y' J «»e 4. from 2 to 4 Wilson, Wilbur Cessna, Jr., Rob- or-an^: and M? Re.lna Marfz f," 1 ' ** lhe Women ' s Civic.Club «" Altstetter, Lola Hebner,Geor- ,nd Mrs. "viola Frafev 3 h«^ H °"l e : •. ? |a_ Perdevv, and U W g uesls . June 4 is Ihc deadline for enrollment in the Rural Women's Short Course at College Park, A training meeting for foods and nutrition chairmen will be held at the Court House. May 28 at 10 a.m. There will be a service at the Prosperity Methodist Church, Club. The next club meeting will ba at the home of Mrs, Roy Smith, Baltimore Pike, Tuesday, June 11, with Mrs. Carl Wilson, co- hostess, at which time a bake- sale will be held. Members are also to bring a salad and the salad recipe. Membprs present were Mesdames Earl E. Manges. Marshall Deremcr, Robert Dercmer; James Davis. Sr., Ambrose Mil 50 Mesdames Justin Matthew Bridges. two guests. Hebner and The LadieS Aid Society of Trinity Lulberan Church will sponsor a rummage sale tomorrow at 6 p. m. in. the Youth Building. Albert L. Short is ill at his home, 21 West First Street. Past President's Club ol F. IV. Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the V. F. W. Post Home here. The First Presbyterian Woman's Association will hold a rummage sale tomorrow from 1 to 9 and Friday 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., ii. the junior roam. RESERVE YOUR PLACE By Enrolling Today For Next Class Starting June 3 WRITE — PHONE PA 4-2180 — VISIT TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114.Virginia Are.' Dial PA 4-2180 and Miss Helcne Schutz, treasurer. Entertainment consisted ot games and cards. Each mother n-as presented with a gift. Mrs. Judy, Mrs. Pfeiffer, Miss Margaret Lester and Miss Ruth Lester were in charge of arrangements. Gold Star Mothers will make plans for the national convention, and receive deparlment convention reports at the social meeting at 8 tonight in Ihe Legion Home Saturday -Last Day Toilet Water SALE! to join our FOOT COMFORT CLUB MILLER DRESSES Wake periodic visits to your chiropodist No initiation, no dues! It's o very exclusive, yet very inclusive club. Apply for membership by letting us fit your feet in these goodlooking, unusually comfortable shoes. ers." Nancy Rowan, aceompani-, tcl by Mrs. George Hansel; skitj "Why Flowers and The Grain Grow," Jane. Vlachos, Sharon Harris, Dianne Deffinbaugh, Janet Kisamore, Mary Lou West, Patty Smelser, Judy West and Carol Blank; piano solo, "Dangerous Journey," Jeannie Baugh tan. Baton twirling number by Bev erly Cover; ballet dance, "Dane ing Dolls," by Linda Yeager poem, "Mothers," Terry Deffin baugh; solo. "Mother Dear, 1 Linda Kisamore, accompanied b Mrs. Hansel; piano solo. "Musi Box," Ann Vlachos; noem, "When i.Mama U'as a Little Girl," Judj ] West; piano solo, "The Thre •B's," Jane Vlachos. The program concluded by tb< group singing "Bless This House.' i Helen Assif, president, present ed the oldest and youngest moth :ers with gifts. I Guests were Mrs. Raymond iBaughman and daughter, Jean lie, Mrs. Russell Beck, daughte Jar.d granddaughter. Mrs. Rich ard Bucy and mother. Mrs. Look The Garnett-Moore Circle o! the First Baptist Church will meet tomorrow at 10 a. m. to sew. A business session will he held at 1 p. m. Each member is toj bring a box iunch. DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY SAVE • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE Freshen the Impression •wirh Footer's Fine Qualify Dry Cleaning • al these Special Low Prices PANTS SKIRTS Sweaters 49c Foil Dry Cl toning Servic* on rttjutii ol no »x1ro charg* Harry FOOTER*, Co CLEANERS Slo/M to Cumb.i-ljn<! loVal., fro.lbur,. K.yiw « Pndmoi.1 __ <" »*«»« fA 2.4400 (o. PrtV-up and O.!t,.,y Dress Shirts Laundered • IN OUR OWN PLANT • MISSING BUTTONS REPLACED • CEUOPHANI WRAPPED 61 BALTIMORE ST. SAVE • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE •"SAVE DeMolay Mothers will meet at 8 tonight al the Masonic Temple. 77 Baltimore Street Sale Spectacular Summer Dresses One look . . . and you'll be as excited as we ... Stunning new cottons In cool, summery styles you'll wear everywhere from now 'til Fall . . , Sweetly feminine crisp and tailored . . . pastels and dark tones , .'. They're terrific . . . Each and every one. Junior and misses sizes. Use Vour Ist National Charge Rigidaire W Look MakM Old Kltctxn* Look M*w iial 95 229 witfa trabc-U $JO DOWN $2.75 A WEEK For tins Big 10.4 CB. ft '57 FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR! COMPARE! gtm yoa Exti» Space tvMywbwel SWtS FREHCR CHEST SWfB smttt BWS-tot S M-MA toot*). 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