Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 13, 1952 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, February 13, 1952
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srx EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Cresaptown PTA Holding Founders Day Program Joyce L. Comer Becomes Bride Sgt. Dorsey O The marriage of Miss Joyce Loretta Comer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Comer, Ridgeley, to Sgt. Richard H. Dorsey, USAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dorsey, also of j Ridgeley, took place Monday in the Pentecostal Holiness parsonage, Corriganville, with the pastor. Rev. Harold Probst, officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Powers. Cumberland, were the attendants. The bride was attired in a powder blue crepe dress, a white satin hat trimmed in seed pearls, black accessories, and a corsage of white gardenias. , Her matron of honor wore a navy blue dress and matching hat with a corsage of white rosebuds. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Comer entertained with a reception in honor of the couple at their home. The bridal theme -was carried out in the tiered wedding cake and floral arrangements. Mrs. Avis O. Comer, ^ister-in-Iaw of the bride, assisted by Miss Betty Comer, sister of the bride, presided at the punch bowl. Sgt. and Mrs. Dorsey will leave Friday morning for Boise, Idaho, where the former is stationed. The bride is a graduate of Ridgeley High School, Class* of 1951. She was a cheerleader and a member of the basketball team. She attended Catherman's Business School. Sgt. Dorsey is a graduate of Ridgeley High School where he was active In basketball and football. . He is -with the USAF in Boise. Personals Mrs. William T. Steam and daughter, Gayle, have returned after visiting Mr. Steam, plant manager of fche Celanese Corporation Colombiana, S. A., in Call, Colombia, S. A. Mrs. Stearn, who resides on Karns Avenue, and her daughter are planning to leave in June to' make their home in Cali. Mrs. Homer B. Carlton, Park Heights, has returned from Detroit, •where she visited her sister, Mrs. Walter Verbison. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Everhart, 206 Lalng Avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Floyd Lowery, Potomac Park, have returned from visiting in Washington and Baltimore. Mrs, Harold Bishop, 82 Orchard Street. Keyser, formerly of Cumberland, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Betty Barnes, 504 Fechtig Avenue, at 8 tonight. The Cresaptown Parent-Teacher Association will observe the fifty- fifth . .anniversary of the National PTA with a Founders Day program tomorrow night at the school at 8 o'clock. Norman Yoder, music chairman, will introduce Dr. Maurice Matteson, director of the Music Department of Frostburg State Teachers College, who will present the Madrigal Singers, a group from the Maryland Singers of the College. The Madrigal Singers will present a program of early English songs, seated around a table using a pitch- pipe to sound the key and singing unaccompanied. Harry Diehl is director and members of the group are Darlene Brain, Joann Poole, Dorothy Brown, Charlotte Barringer, William Neff, Vaughn Dullabaum and Frederick Eichhorn. The program will continue with a Founders Day skit, "Parents With A Purpose," under the direction of Mrs. J. William Loar. The cast is composed of Mrs. Neil Iman, Mrs. Lottie Brennaman, Mrs. Ruth Martin, Mrs. Catherine Sindy and Mrs. John Fazenbaker. A silver offering will be taken. The bazaar following the program is sponsored by the budget and finance committees with Mrs. Otis Chaney in charge. Items available at the various booths will include home baked goods, home canned foods, crochet articles, embroidery and sewing, pottery, glassware, dinnerware, flowers and other articles. Group singing will close the program after which refreshments will be served by Mrs.'Frederick Poland and home room mothers. Room visitation will be from 7:15 to 8 o'clock. Lester Sherman, character and spiritual education chairman, will have charge of the devotions. This year the program will be for adults only. Former officers and members of the PTA as well as friends of the association are welcome to attend. 4-H Girls Will Have Parents Attend Session The La Vale Junior Gills 4-H Club (made plans to have parents attend i the March meeting at a recent ses- Isioa at the La Vale Fire Hall. Fran- jces Belt presided. Each member gave a donation tp (the new National 4-H Center fund. Pledges to the American flag and 4-H flag were followed by several 4-H songs led by Mary Esther Fisher, song leader, accompanied by Nancy Long. A demonstration on the project of the month, "Care of the Shoes," was given by Nancy Long. Another . demonstration on "Cranberry I Cheese Salad." was given by Mary Esther Fisher. Members cut out their aprons over a pattern and will bring them to the March meeting. Junior Leaders Betty Short and Nancy Long assisted the girls in cutting, pinning and basting. The County 4-H sewing kit was displayed. Games were played under the leadership of the recreation chairman, Elizabeth Murray. Mrs. eorge Kemp judged Valentines made by the girls. First prize was won by Frances Belt and second by Linda Belt. There were 20 members and leaders present. Junior Extension Elects Officers Officers were elected by the Junior Extension 4-H Club at a recent meeting at the home of Miss Mary Coffey, Williams Street. They are Miss Shirley Miller, president; Miss Esther Shryock, vice president; Miss Rachael Portmess, secretary, and Miss Edith Lewis, treasurer. Ted Grabenstein and Eldon Long, delegates from the club, reported on the State Senior 4-H Council held recently in Baltimore. Announcement was made of the square dance jamboree to be held February 22 at the University of Maryland. Junior Extension will be guests of the Flintstone 4-H Club for the meeting March 5 at the Flintstone High School. Men To Serve Dinner Of Young Married Group The Young Married Couples of ! entre Street Methodist Church will hold a Valentine dinner in the recreation room of the church Friday at 6:30 p. m. Anthony Saeli, secretary of the iumberland Chamber of Commerce, will be the speaker. The committee, comprised of men of the group headed by L. C. Cessna, will prepare and serve an oyster dinner. Events Briefly Noted WISHING WELL Refistered U. S Patent Offlct. s A 2 P L 3 4 R H 6 U 5 R 3 R O 2 I 8 E L 2 U 2 N V O 3 M 6 R 2 TI 4 S 8 E 6 A 4 A 2 O 4 P 7 R P 3 I 3 S 5 A b D 8 F a o 8 I b E 4 G b O 4 3 E 5 G a T 4 c 7 D 2 R 5 N 7 A R V O b 2 E 8 O a L 2 T C 4 P Y 6 N 3 E 8 D & D O b B 'i S 3 T 5 R 2 F b I U 8 D 4 T 8 G 4 N 7 L 3 D i. J 2 L 3 T 2 W b D 3 I 8 R H F 5 E 4 R 3 A 5 E 2 S S 4 E ~ i A H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of'the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. Copytlfhl. 1952,. by William J. Miller. DlrtrlbuUd by Klni Teilum. Inc.2-13 Acquaintance Sale... limited time only Well give i/ou an extra bath-cake of BATH WERBE SOAP wh«n you buy th« four-cake box at the regular price, L See how refreshing your bath con be with Wrisley Bath Superbe Soap. Choose your favorite fragrance: Pine, Verbena, Apple Blossom, Bouquet, Gardenia, Carnation . . . each in its own pastel color. Barry Holtzman Feted On Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holtzman entertained a recent evening with a party for their son Barry on his eleventh birthday. The Valentine motif was used In the table decorations and favors. . Attending were Edward and Michael H o 1 s h e y, Dennis and Michael Clarke, LeRoy Henry, Patrick Buzzard, Jack Cain, Robert Craze, Patrick Turner, William Albaugh, John Painter, Ronald Cross, Lester Lewis, Douglas Holler, Joey Wagner, Stein Holler, Richard Wilson, Ronald Berkenbaugh and Edward and Wayne Linn. Also Mr. and Mrs. -Robert Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holtzman and Rachael Portmess. The Wiley Ford School Parent- Teacher Association will hold a public chicken and ham dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p. m. Saturday at the new school. The Past Councilors Club of Pride of Allegany Council 110, Daughters of America, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mary Sperow, 421 Waverly Terrace. Mrs. Ethel Whitlock and Mrs. Marie Lear will be co-hostesses. A Valentine party will follow the business session. The Templar Class of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at p. rn. tomorrow in the church .ecture hall. The Mizpah Bible Class of the First Baptist Church will hold its annual banquet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at Moon's Dining Room, Davidson Street. A program will follow and Valentines will be exchanged. The committee is comprised of Mrs. Harvey Wilson. Mrs. Russell Wentling and Mrs. O. J. Mortzfeldt. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will hold a games party Friday at 1:30 p. m. in the basement of Junior Order Hall. The Semper Fidelis Class of Bethany EUB Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Jesse Weaver, Glenmore Street, tomorrow at 8 p. m. Class sisters will be revealed. The Bedford Road Fire Company will sponsor a round and square dance tonight at the Fire Hall. An added feature will be a country store. The Alumnae chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Beulah Montesant, Frostburg. Plans for 1952 will be formulated at the meeting of the Young Business Women's Club tonight at Central YMCA. Spaghetti Dinner Planned Tomorrow The Ursuline Academy Alumnae Association will hold a spaghetti dinner and informal social session for members in the SS. Peter & Paul School cafeteria tomorrow at p. m. The Valentine motif will carried out in the table appointments. The committee for the affair includes Mrs. Harry Rizer and Mrs. Robert Robinette. co-chairmen, Mrs. Sarah Kelley, Miss Kathleen Swann, Mrs. LeRoy Zarger. Mrs. Carl W. Leydig and Mrs. Charles Erode. Reservations are to be made through any member of the committee or Mrs. Van Parsons, president of the association. BRIDE-ELECT — Mr. and Mrs. Park Beeghly, 126 Bedford Street, have •. announced the coming marriage of their daughter, Jane .Sueann Northcraft, (above), to Donald Lee Buser, son of Mrs. Ethel Buser, 31 Offutt Street. The wedding will take place in the near future. Rose M. Mellon, Gilbert Lease Wed In Virginia Announcement is made of the marriage of Rose Marie Mellon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mellon, Ridgeley, to Gilbert Lease, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lease, Cresaptown. The ceremony was performed February 6 at the home of Rev. E. T. Clark in Winchester, Va. The bride wore a. blue suit with matching accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. She is a graduate of Ridgeley High School. The bridegroom, who served three years in the Army, has been an instructor at the Morgan School in Ridgeley. Mr. and Mrs. Lease have taken over the restaurant in the Morgan School as co-owners and managers. Mrs. Raymond Johnson will entertain tonight in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lease at her home on Knob- ley, Street, Ridgeley. David McFarlane Has Birthday Party David McFarlane entertained classmates of the Second Grade of Mount Royal School with a party on hi* eighth birthday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David McFarlane, 705 Gephart Drive. Guests were Linda Gibbs, Carolyn Hammer, Nancy Spcis, Sara Bloss, Patty Schaidt, Eloise Hanna, Linda Kisamore, Janet Newcomb, Penny Carolan, Mary Lou Fridinger, Wei- ma Ann Nunamaker, Cheryl Fence, Deanna Johnson, Karen Holbrook, Jane Hirsch, Ellen Black, Vickl Eackles, Karen McCormick, Judith McFarlane, and Richard Killen, Evan Feltner, Charles Wolfe, Anderson Martin, James Holster, David Twigg, Robert Williston, Michael McFarlane. Mrs. McFarlane was assisted In serving by Mrs. W. D. Price and Miss Anne Creegan. Tri-State Chapter, American Gold Star Mothers, will meet at 7:30 tonight at the American Legion Home, The annual spaghetti supper of St. Mary's Church will be held to day from 5 to 8:30 p. m. ~ '-I'?' Jf •—~~* LAZARUS Fountain Room Luncheon SANDWICHES SALADS ' FOUNTAIN Lazarus . . . 3rd Floor Bright Spring Bemberg Prints with Lined Jacket . . . Red, Green, Navy. Sizes 14'/2 to main floor FROSTILLA LOTION i N. CENTRE ST. 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