Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 27, 1957 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, May 27, 1957
Page 9
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TEN TiJUtiS, CUftlliJiKl.ANJ?, MO., MONDAY, MAY 27, 1957 South End Fun Fair Will Open Tonight Tito Soulh Cumberland ness Men's Association is soring t!ic Fun Fair (his Musi- with the eicnl starling tonight a(.general chairman. the J'cnn Avenue Kicld, accord-i Featuring a score of Clyde week iij|! to Col. Nelson Ilusslcr.j Smith Shows rides • Glove • linen • Woven Stow ~|tions. Col. Hussler said, arrange- uls have been made lo t module a bigger crowd than cvor men of buildings and maintenance; Jofin Snydor, police, and l.aymond Whilchair, first aid. I'"unds realized from the animal Fun Fair arc jsed to finance Ihe Union Grove Pastor To Mold Open House licv. and Mrs. Louis L. Emer- ck of the Union Grove Methodist „ .,_, ,„ r<1>( . u Charge will hold open house from as president yesterday before. As special attractions two mat- tiroes have been arranged. Kid, .dies matinees will bn lielii Mcm-| / orial Day (Thursday', and a //Saturday. Gales will be ,,,_.. ' " at I p. in. both days and sull i'cm:iiti open with rides until 11 South Cumberland Halloween eel ebration and Christmas party. jClubs To Hear J o sPa en History Talk trill J At a joint meeting of Ihe Cumberland Lions and Kiwanis clubs Wednesday at noon William Ii. Put tjotinel! 'in nut shoes tot A HAPPY HOLIDAYS supplies; Dr. Whucwill youiptndllie holiday? Farmly pi<nic? Fashionable lesoil? You own badyaid? There sit COOL COtORFUL SWING STEP f UTS lo iuil you PERFECTLY! ' Whilj • f,fi KAY'S SELF p. m. Tlie executive committee in fchiu'gc includes Col. Russlcr, (.'hmrmyn: II. Clifford Spiker, vice chairman: Arnold Robert-,,„,,. .son, Hany Wilson. IJutJi B;irnes'|i,p . ., mid l>aul Shircliff. isoeakcr Chairmen of other committees! , i,;*', n ,.., , , include Arnold Robertson, per- A llli>tol y Professor al .sound; Louise Hirier. publicity, 'TV donation. .lames Scarpelli; who has iirilten a Hum- outstanding volumes 01 War, be (he i;i..l I'A 2-4000 for a WANT AD Taker District VFW Auxiliaries Elect Heads District 3, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, elected Mrs. Goldie Spcis, 727 K 7 lo 9 p.m. on June 3. Members and friends will be received lo view the improvements made by Ihe committee in charge of the project. Complete decorating has been finished with new kitchen equip- nent. and Ihe grounds have been landscaped. Guides who will assist in show- Slrcel, annual encampment aMhe VKW Home, Frostburg. Oilier officers clcclert to take office in July follow: Lconarda Powers, senior vice president, Lonaconing; Eleanor Edwards, Junior vice president, McCoole; flosalio Evcrstein, treasurer, Cumberland; Margaret Rhineheart, chaplain, llagerstovvn; Cora De Losso, conductress, Hag- be Mrs. Leonard Sweitzcr, Cation, 31-year-old son of Bruce zi on Church: Mrs. Robert Micld! Centenary Church; Mrs. Carl Wilson. Pleasant Grove Church, and Mrs. .Mary Stewart, Elliott Church. Lonaconing; Julia year trustee, trude Cave, ...., .. Lonaconing; Sadie Smilh, year trustee, Cumberland; .„, cue Bujac, patriotic instructor, Ihrce- Hagcrslown; Ger two-year trustee one Hel Cumberland; Mary Moore sccre- ary, Cumberland; Slay Dayton, u'storian, McCoole; Chloc Rey- i o 1 d s, musician. Cumberland; iose Lewis, Oldlowi, Belly Hoi- hey, Lonaconing, Elsie Shipley, lagerstown and Esther Wamplcr, "rostburg, color bearers and race Cross, publicity. Cumber- and. Mrs. Marguerite Lashley, pres dent, Frostburg auxiliary, pre- ided. The encampment chairman was Lillian Zimmerman, Cumberland. Chloe Reynolds, Cumberland, deputy senior vice president, versity of Maryland. Cation will discuss (he life of John \V. Gar- reft, (lie Civil War president of the Baltimore and Ohio Dailroad. I!' lir Slump, finance; Harry Wil- " a 'limore and Ohio Railroad, ••on, decorations; Dr. L. R. Jlc- " e !>1ans to emphasize Garretfs struggles lo complete the Pitls- Grtrn • VthitfBiik B<»*nOm!irt i\cu/.ie, special cvcnis; Marry bo l " ^*""i"t.-L^ nit; 1-1115- <>holie and Harry Goss. co-chair- t)lir S 1 ' a "d Connellsville Railroad —..• from Pittsburgh (o Cumberland. The speaker received national recognition concerning his writings on John W. Garret), when an article about the railroad magnate's life appeared in the February issue of the magazine American Heritage. The Lions and Kiwanisns are meeting together because Ihe Memorial Day holiday eliminates the regular meeting date for the Kiwanians. SERVICE without filliru Marriage; Licenses James Clair Catherman. Kck- harl. and Paula Sue Chidester, Frostburg. Richard Elswortn Smith, Oldtown Road, and Barbara Ann Claire, 211 Bedford Street. James Ellsworth Lechliter, 148 North Mechanic Street, and Carolyn Frances Bolyard, 147 North Mechanic Street. Wayne Richard Berkley and Daryle Joanne Stone, both of Meyersdale. William Claylon Pownell, and Janet Louise Steward, both of Romney. John Allen Stewart. Flint. Mich., and Sarah Ann Riley, Spring Cap. Joseph Thomas Ziler. RFD 1, Frostburg. and Mary Katlierine Wilson, Gills Hill, Lonaconing. Vibration causes as much dam 'fie as heavy shock blows to deli cate equipment carried on U. S. Xavy ships. INoI Iced) PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Paca and Chase Sis. 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(tc»n foymenl: Only SCO. or your oU wcihtr a <nii-\n) WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS.' 31.35N.MECKAKIG STREET DIAL PA 2-2790 JEWEL.S OF THE SEA MANHATTAN moulds you in a midnight glota . . . the shape fill sophistication of the Lnstcx sheath border-bound in color drama, racation-bound in n high jashion manner'. 17.95 main floor escorted the past presidents In (lie opening ceremonies,, Business of Ihe encampment included reports from the district president, auxiliary presidents chaplain, and Ihe hospital, canter and multiple -sclerosis committees. Thirty - nine members were prcsenl from units in Cumber, laud, Uagerslown, McCoole, Alt. Savage, Lonaconing and Frostburg. Throughout the liislory of Ihe jUnitcd States, the proporlion ^ church membership in the totaf populalion has risen. i Smart sun-mixers! SAC0JSY COORDINATES Puli-doft-n cotton fcnit sweater, newly striped m / pretty pastels (tops everything,! 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