Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 22, 1957 · Page 11
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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• : TWELVE Sitter Wins Annual CDA Poetry Event John E. SiKer, St. Patrick's Parochial School, yesterday was awarded a Irophy by Court Cardinal Gibbons, Catholic Daughters of America, as one of 10 slate winners in (lie annual CDA poetry contest. His poem, "Why?" wos entered in Ihe national contest along wilh those of Ihe other nine Maryland winners. The trophy was presented to him by Mrs. Nora Fleming, educational chairman of the CDA chapter, in ceremonies at Ihe parish social center. Mrs. Fleming also awarded cosh prizes to three local contest winners, Mary Ann Azar of SS. Peter and Paul Parochial School, Division 1 winner; Joyce Deffibaugh, St. Mary's School. Division 2, and Linda Kuhlman, Catholic Girls Central, Division 3. Irene Dougherty, president of the senior class at Girls Central, presided at the program and welcomed the group. Mrs. Fleming spoke before presenting the awards, and the high .school choir sang "Moments To Remember." The senior class members placed roses on the Blessed Virgin's altar as Miss Dougherty called Ihe class roll. The group then sang an Ave Maria and "0 Madonna," accompanied at the piano by Sister Mary Josephine. The class day exercises followed. Also attending were Sister Patricia Marie, Girls Central principal; Mrs. Elizabeth McLean district deputy of Hie CDA, Mrs Anna McCleary, grand regent and Mrs. .Margaret Sell, public rick's Mothers Club. Friends Aware To Meel Friends Aware of Handicapped tion office on Washington Street Miss Jean Camper, supervise special education, will speak. The Great Wall of 1,400 miles in length. EViSNINGjriMKS, CUMBERLAND, MO., WKDNBSDAY, MAY i , , ' — " " J fc"«- »r«;j ; -MIJicS n. O SllOl) OllV- lecled president of the Allegany. John E. Gearc. 829 Wtad rRoad' Garrctt He - HIS DADDY BOOED —Bernard J. Berry consoles his weeping son, Bernard Jr., 10, when speclators booed, jeered and whistled catcalls at the former Jersey City, N. J., mayor at his swearing in as a member of the city commission yesterday. Berry was the only survivor of the upset election that swept out the administration supported by John V. Kenny, heir-apparent to •he late Frank Hague. (AP Pho(ofax) Youth Rally Scheduled % . _ .,.„ ^^ »ij v t uivgtuiy rarrctt Heart Association at (he annual meeling last nielil Central YMCA. Jle succeeds Ernest B. Treat, 04 Piedmont Avenue. Other ol- r icors and a board of 21 direc- ors were also named. James W. Bishop, 718 Washing, on Street, county treasurer and accountant, was elected first vice •resident. Mrs. Irvin Fold, Oak- and, was elected second vice president. Mrs. Hachael I. lames, Bedford Road, svas re- ;lccted secretary and Thomas F :onlon Sr., 208 Schley Street, lo;al postmaster, was re-elected reasurer. The board of directors representing both counties includes Dr. Benedict Skltarelic, Baltimore Pike; Mrs. Irvin Feld, Oak- and; Ernest B. Treat, 701 Piedmont Avenue; It. C. McComas, Jakland; G. Morgan Smith, 848 Braddock Road; and John Comil, 41 Linden Street, three-year directors. Harold E. Naughlon, 807 Mac- lonald Terrace; Earl Zepp, Oak-' and; Charles' Bender, Grants- fille; Thomas F. Conlon, city; Mrs. Kachael lames, city, WH- iam A. Wilson, Midland; and Theodore- P. Foote, LaVale, are two-year directors. Mrs. John G. Glower, Potomac The monthly rally of Cumber- and subdistrict of the Methodist Youth Fellowship will be held at Central Methodist Church. South College in Westminster. 20 so the new officers can be installed and sent to the training program at Western Marylaiic George Slreei, tomorrow at 7:30 m. Officers will be elected. Miss Edith Burgess, president, n ----- .*--.. ^.LIU.H.- i>ii^b JMJIUI ijurgess, pretjiuent, ity chairman, mothers of prize reports that as an expression of Jn- winners, and members of St. Pat- tevest in preparing for future citizenship, the group will use one of the new county voting machines. »^ ptn . u During the meeting film strips Children will meet tomorrow at depicting the various summer 8 p. m. at the Board of Educa- Program events of the youth of Your Horoscope the Baltimore Conference will ho Miss Jean Camper, supervisor of fl 'own. Arrangements for the .-_, . . .- ... meeting are being made by the chairman of Christian citizenship China is area, Jack Ewald. who is a student at Allegany High School and blrlhday comes and find = a member of Centre Street Meth odist Church. Representatives from nearly 20 Methodist churches are expected for the rally. New officers will be installed at a June rally in the Union Grove camp grounds. 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Switch from your easy-fioin lormal routine to a go-gelling jiact There's satisfaction in a job well dom SEPTEMBER 31 to OCTOBER i lLibra>—You should have little di£f :»Uy if you carry out duties Jn jracious, checrinl manner Reading research, study favored. Avoid wast •notion, carelessness. OCTOBER 21 to NOVEMBER ^ [Scorpio)—Do rjit Jel irritations detc >-oii from completing assigned tasks There's much to be accomplished. I perturbed, call on your common sens- and humor to help you over the loug] spots. Have cheer! NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 2 [Sagittarius)—Your aspects augur fo success it what you attempt is reason ible, honorable. Do your best; family overt ones are founling on you DF.CKMBBR 22 to JANUARY 2< Capricorn) — Give encouragement to I hose who are indecisive and wavering' id 3-oil'H gain in the doinfi. The world j __ always looking for [eader,s. Be one< of them and you ' can improve a mcrtiocre day. j JANUARY 2\ lo, FEIinUARY 19! .'AquariusJ-Rcsulls of efforts may notj be immediately noted. I>on't lose heart iQwcver; press on more assiduously Good ef fo rt. properly di reeled, is I "Iways rewarded <-vcntual!v, ! TEBIIUAUY 20 to MARCH 20 (Pis-j ces>—With discreet, intelligent man- 1 age-men! your outlook can be favorable| In both personal am] business matters Let no good opportunity ^ct by. Stress essentials. YOU BORN TODAY are loyal, likeable, dependable; a- blessing to your community, a biR help to those in trouble or illness. .Vcvcr underestimate the Rood that true knowledge and further education can bring you and your. Strive always after honorable attainment and don't riORlcct your own needs while helping others to a better life. Cultivate your talent for music, literature, acting, any of the arts. (King Features Syndicate, Jnc > Dial PA 2-4000 for a WANT AD Taktr Bishop, city; Women Ranked Third In Causes Of Embezzlement LOS ANGELES — (INS) — Women, it appears, come in a poor third among the reasons for which men risk their freedom and good names by embezzling millions of dollars each year. Leonard D. Jcnson, of the Surety Underwriters Association of Southern California, rates gambling and liquor above women as the fruits most desired by men who turn to embezzling for financing. Jensen said dishonest employes steal more lhan 500 million dollars yearly from their firms. He described the typical embezzler as usually being a bright, eager-beaver type, about 35, ranging in importance from charwoman (o executive. Twenty-five per cent of all bankruptcies in business are ™'a brou sht about by embezzling the part of employes. Portrait Of Check Passer Pul On File -, N. D. r.^—A young , man who described himself as a ' s - ranch hand went into Bowe Rudrad's photography studio here to have a picture taken. He gave Rudrud a $22.50 check from which the photographer re lamed $5 as the down payment The bill was to be settled wher the pictures were ready. The check bounced, Rudrtu told police, but the photograr ; 22 is not empty-handed. He',...: the man's picture. it pays to shop at warhaft's . . . for • K1RSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS North . Hilda Wallers, Krostg! tors. 'i'he membership „„„, adopted an amendment Heart Association -jinot be re-elected lo or a new board every year, office for one year. The change Annual reports were distribut- "i"~ii." ° se - £ up (he c W° n of seven cd lo Ihe membership, showing to the directors each year for a Ihrce- the success of Ihe February Fund by-laws which provides that a di- year term, instead of Ihe formci campaign and progress made in rector aft/.r «»™ : n «. •"•>"" "=""p '"strag 01 me tormei rector, after serving-a three-year method of electing 21 directors, Now! A thrifty way to make your whole home as cool as your office—with GAS New Servel "All-Year" GAS Air Conditioner cook your entire house and heats it, too. Cooling costs less, because it's GAS. And this compact unit has no compressor to make noise ... no moving parts to get out of order in the cooling system. You receive a 5-year guarantee on the cooling unit, and Gas Company Service. Find out NOW how surprisingly low the cost can be. If you're building a new home, only a few more dollars on your mortgage payment will cool as well as heat it. 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