Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 14, 1952 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, February 14, 1952
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD, Taker Antoinette Cantone Honored [Canton /OOF Judges For Essay Contest At Shower, To Wed Saturday | Will Install Selected By VFW Auxiliary Miss Antoinette Cantone was honored by Miss Pauline Stevanus and and Mrs. Esta Willison with a miscellaneous shows^ a recent evening at the home of Mrs, Willison, Potomac Park. Pastel streamers of pink, green, , yellow and blue decorated the house j and the gift table was centered with a miniature float bearing a doll bride. The float was drawn by, ^ hgr offl . a small cupld and was in matcnmg McKinley Chapter 12, pastel colors A shower cake also, tomorrow carried out the pastel colors. j night Rt thg regular me£ting al Games were played and prizes j Masonic Temple. Mrs. Marie Al- iYlPTiti Mrs. Dorothy Palmer, chairman,! Reports Mark Lincoln Program Features Cresap Chapter, DAR Meeting C To Make Visit To OES Chapt Mrs. Sara Barringer, deputy ' announced judges for the essay con- TJ -j In-t-l'at'on of officers of the I «*t at the meeting of Henry Hart ^j 07716/71(1 KGTS ir/ip^iixiiiaryof 6a"ton Mlcganyi p ost Auxiliary, V.F.W., Tuesday IOOF, will be held Ssturdav at night at the Post Home. They are Harry I. Stegmaier, attorney. James Bishop, coun- 7:30 p m. at Odd Fellows Temple, Department Commander Col. Hold Program ing Of Homemakers | Mrs. Lewis Humphrey and Miss lEdyth Humphrey were hostesses to The Barrelvllle - Wellersburg j mera b ers O f Cresap Chapter, Daugh- Homemaken met recently in the I o£ AmericBn Revolution, Presbvt«rian Church Hall at Barrel- I . vllle with Mrs, Colin Graham pre- (yesterday afternoon at their home, Each member responded to 134 East Main Street, Prostburg. Prank O. Armstrong, Mrs. Walter L. Pierce, Mrs. William Edwards, Mrs, Williftm Rankin, Mrs. Joseph Lichtenstein. Miss Mary Brengle. Miss Ella Hodgson, Miss Ida Bnmdler, Miss Clauson and Miss Fan Lloyd. mder Col local attorney. James Bisnop, coun- ,-. , ^ . . .- 7 . ,i siding. Each member responded to •-• —- "•"-;—~ : D DeSrtflSt ty treasurer, and Russell Reynolds, Q R 'CltlZeHShlpl* 0 * cal1 b ' V showing a han<J made S HutCheSOUl ^^ ^ Readings of the lives of Abraham won by Miss Shirley Johnson and Miss Joanne Thrasher. lender, worthy matron, and James Duff, worthy patron, will preside. Kenneth Jf. Clark, arid -... . . _ . _ _„ Adjutas-.t' Ma tor T. Aubrey German,! radio announcer. < / | valentine. both of Biiltimore. will be in charge.! ™* contesl is conducted annually ,•--..-- . - - . de _! by the National VJP.W. Auxiliary wnl land is'open to all high school stu- , r °~| mate her official vi'it. " ' l^nts. Mrs. Palmer distributed IjH™^ 6 Homemakers Club a recent! After the busing session* re- mature to the various local n gh i-re.shir.ent, will be served with Mrs.i^hools several weeXs ago, andjthe R - Wnette _ Miss pear] WUson sided. Mrs: Kerr Kenneil, Mrs. Edward Emerick and Mrs. Leroy Emerick There were 22 members and four visitors Alice Scott ir. charge. essays will be judged some next month. -------- ----------- UUIl _ woru ,y pan-on, wui lu-esme. TTV C 1 /"^ O O Miss Cantone, daughter of Mr. Fo a owing the program refresh- If/ \l S j r - -° • • -• Y ' ^^^ *• I and Mrs. Joseph Cantone, 555 Arnett Terrace, will become the bride ments will be served in the assembly Ruth Britt, and Mrs. Lillian Saturday evening at 8 o'clock the.; Allender-Duff Officers Club will, hold a meeting in the assembly hall j, of the temple. The committee for! tomorrow night's arrangements, will ', Mrs. Betty Edwards talked on the -A Christian meeting' of be in charge. ', the Women's Society of Christian - hall. The committee in charge is L 1 , 7 T> of James Hager, son of Mr. and Mrs.j comprised of Mr _ <itld ' Mrs . j^ank if'tJUtU / 6(1 U \ James Hager, Williams Road, Sat- KautZj Mrs Myrtle Mar t m . Mrs urday evening in a ceremony in the First Presbyterian Church. Guests at the shower were Mrs. Joseph Cantone, Mrs. James Hager, Mrs. Eileen Pippin, Mrs. Rita Lilya, Mrs. Eldon Crowe, Mrs. Helen Smith, Mrs. Mary Lou Heller, Mrs. Amos Huffman, Mrs. ' Hannah Boney, Mrs. Arthur Stevanus, Mrs. Bessie Brookman, Mrs. Margaret Brookman. Mrs. FJorine Kerns, Miss Maybelle Nine, Miss Eleanor Grove, Miss Betty J6 Durst, Miss Barbara Davis. Miss Joanne Thrasher. Miss Sara Kamp, Miss Shu-ley Johnson, Miss Mary Jane Horner, .Miss Josephine Cantone, Miss lima Cantone, Miss Martha Ewing, Miss Mary Jo Cantone and Miss Ida The devotionals were led by Mrs. Goodwin. Sue Taylor Hostess To Musical Fingers Junior Music Club Sue Taylor was hostess to the Musical Fingers Junior Music Club at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor, 771 Fayette Street, a recent evening. Jack Kauffman presided at the business session. Piano and violin selections were played by members, valentines were exchanged and refreshments served. Mrs. William Somerville and Mrs. John Waugh, club advisors, attended. Mrs. Allen Kendall and Mrs. Taylor were guests. Members present were Janet Duke, Beth Waugh, France Rosenbaum, Nancy Somerville, Marie Naughton, Judith Murphy, Flo Ann Simmons, Patty Ann .Schaidt, Sue Ann Taylor, Carol Mohler, Ellen Jo Kauffman", William Glaus and Jack Kauffman. WSCS Program A f j Xi -j t -pf* /? Edwards read the scripture an /It/ \jlllll \^SV waltrude Bell gave the o) The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Mapleside Church met Tuesday evening in the church, Service of Kingsley Methodist Church at the church. The devotional opened with the singing- of the song. "When the Whole World Lives lor Him." Mrs. id Mrs. opening prayer. Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman presided at l he business session. She named i Mrs. Bessie Henry chairman of the sunshine committee. A kitchen re- ,„ _,..!.,,, -^ ^ of 1 i"«s program opened with the Mrs. Elizabeth Nave presided *t\, tn « nfv0 * t . Qo& PBless Amerlca » the business session. The i singing 'and "America," and the Homemak-! party at th 21. Mrs. Goldie Spels will be chair- Mrs. Members who attended meetings on various phases of club work, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. James Ringler. Mrs. .Myles Mathews, Mrs. John Wells and Mrs. C. A. Lehr, made reports. Mrs. C. Herman Bailey, chairman The land Gilson, gave the histor, of man of refreshments with ™.». . , „ , w . „ Mary Moore, co-chairman. j Kolfy .; Ho l y ' * oly ' The charter was toped in mem-! month - and ro!1 cal1 ory of Mrs. Eva Smith, a recently deceased member. Plans were made for a "house-j hold" shower to be held February! 22 at the Oldtown School for the; family of Mrs. Ralph Davis recently lost all their possessions in a fire. Mrs. J. S. song ol •was in e and Mrs. Gil- ed for the showing of a movie, "Ice ! Cream Through the Ages." George IS Connor, manager of the Imperial sided. •A Lincoln Day program was featured in charge of Mrs. John M. Robb. Miss Ruth Clauson read the president general's message. An article on Lincoln. "Everyone Grown a Little Taller " and a short patriotic poem, were read by Miss Humphrey. Mrs. Marshall Miller gave a review on the book. "The Women Lincoln Loved," by William E. Barton, prepared by Mrs. Robb. Following the program a tea was held with Mrs. Hutcheson pouring. I The table was decorated in red carnations, white gladioli and blue iris, and small flags. Gleaners Bible Class of First Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 tomorrow evening at the social room. Rev. and Mrs. Brook Heavnc-r are in charge of the program. Ann Judson Mission Circle of First Baptist Church will meet ;a 7:30 tonight at the home of Mrs. Robert Moreland, Bowling Green. lice Cream Company plant, here, ' spoke. Attending were Mrs. Maurice Mat| Members were asked to respond j teson, a guest, Mrs. R. Mason Hill, ;to roll call in March by answering Washington respectively. ' was the theme --, and readings on thej °™stesse S were Mrs. Prank Trim- subject being given' by Mrs. B. M. ^ ^ ^^ R ^ ^ ^ Doris Proudfoot. vice president, and I port was made by Mrs. Edwards the theme for the evening was "Let an d plans made to replace dishes Courage Rise With Danger." i as ths next kitchen project. Dorothy Fisher, D. C. Bittner Wed At Church The marriage of Miss Dorothy Joan Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Myles Mathews. Hinkle and Miss Ruth Perrin. Mrs. Robinette gave the highlights of a meeting on "Citizenship" sponsored j -iy/ • j by the Allegany County Homemak- \ W ITiCiiCStCT ofl4-/f Girls Club Miller, Mrs. Marshall Twigg, Mrs. ers. Mrs. Guy Thompson, formerly London, gave a talk on the tradi-1 TJ j j r. i pi tions of the royal family. Mrs. How- : nOLCLS OIJIG OllO'W ard Robinette explained the Country '' Gentlewomen's League contest. AJ The Winchester Road 4-H Girls donation of S3 was made to the! Club members participated in -a Heart Fund. A new member, Mrs.'style show at the home of Mrs.j Lawrence Kyle, was admitted. jJohn Lewis, leader, a recent night, j Mrs. Lillian Dom presided at the i A social hour followed and re- Mrs. James' L. Fisher, La Vale. to| Mrs. Gilson will be hostess to the, Marie Dever, vice president, prc- business session. Plans were completed, for a social to be held February 13 from 5 to 7 p. m. in the church basement. Mrs. Sarah Davis, secretary of spiritual life, gave a short reading about the Day of Prayer to be observed at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, February 29. Rev. B. P. Hartman will conduct a study class each Thursday night in the church beginning February 21. The subject is the Book of Acts. . Twenty-seven members were present. Mrs. Rose Rice, Mrs. Mary Kaylor and Mrs. Lillie Lewis we're hostesses. The-next meeting will be held in the church March 11. freshments were served by Mrs. Thelma Minke, chairman; Mrs. Evelyn Lillard, Mrs. Rhea Bolingsr, Mrs. Helen Robinette, Mrs. Almeda Curry, Mrs. Anna Smith. Mrs. Ethel Simmons ami Mrs. Lovclla Barkman. Others present were Mesdames Lucille Jones. Betty Calhoun, Mary Guriey. Doris Twigg, Thelma Lannon. Emma Smith. Gladys Sills, Leona Reynolds. Ethel Mathews. Mae Kespcker. Bertie Hamilton, Leota Guriey. Blanche Curry, Ora Penner, Thelma Wigal, Leona Messick. idella Couter. Mae Bell. Lelia Yates. Sadie Weaverling. Rae Moreland, Blanche Rodenhauser and Miss Annetta Yates. Personals \Baptist Girls Auxiliary \Holrb Purly At Annex Donald Carroll Bittner. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Bittner, RD 3, Meyersdale, Pa., took place Saturday night in Park Place Methodist Church with Rev. L. W. Burton, officiating, assisted by Rev. Bruce Price. Turn To Page 22 FREE GOLD FiSH for Little Children BRING CONTAINER at G, G. Murphy's CUMBERLAND, MD. club next month. The theme of the • sided; meeting will be "Parliamentary! Miss Ttielma Allin directed thej = Law." Refreshments were served by style show in which Nancy Lewis. preferMaft 2000 modern rooms bath—radio—Muzak spotless comfort -7fc?S^ OTE TAFY SSoES: NEW YORK ON TIMES SQUARE AT RADIO CITY Hint Itnii. *:i. • tint t Hit. IK.. M the hostess assisted by her sister, Miss Pearl Wilson. Others attending, Mesdames Wil! liam Browning, -Willie Perrin, B. M. Blair Rcbinette, Harry J. S- Roland. Harold Bittner served as best man for his (Cheney, Roscoe Ash, Howard Rob- Mrs. Catherine Bock was matron! Hinkle. of honor for her sister, and Vernon | Bender. brother. inette. Chester Robinette : Lawrence Betty Abbott, Marjorie Lewis, Geraldine Smith, Marie Dever, Ruth Reed and Judith Jeffries took part as models. Miss Allin showed slides on the National 4-H Club Center, and gave a talk on the recreation lab that she attended. The bride, given in marriage by;Kyle, Guy Twigg, Consor Oster.j The 4-H Pledge was followed by, her father wore a royal blue suit j Guy Thompson, Gene McGreager • the 4-H Pep Song. Roll call was 1 with navy blue hat trimmed in j and Misses Pearl Wilson and Ruth answered by each girl naming a I Mrs. John C. Golden, Baltimore: A Valentine party was held at school Class of Pike, left today by plane for Fort;the close of the weekly meeting of ;„/ J to her Agnation w: Riley, Kansas, to visit her husband..the Junior Girls Auxiliary of the ' { Westinghouse Lt.-Col. John C. Golden. . j First Baptist Church in the church' „„ ,„ -,,«„„„ ™» hriripp RWSC Club class of 1949 will hold its spring get-together at 7:30 p. m. February 27 at the home of Mrs. Douglas Smith, 157 National Highway. Circle 5, First Methodist Church, will "meet at 8 tonight at the home of Mrs. William SUter, 416 Bobbins Terrace. The Pacific Ocean has double the area of the Atlantic, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. white and with a blue veil, and navy accessories. She wore a corsage of red rosebuds. Her attendant wore a maroon colored suit with navy hat and accessories with a corsage of yellow rosebuds. Mrs. Fisher, mother of the bride, wore navy blue with a corsage of yellow roses. The bride is a graduate of Alle- of 1940, was on Com- Perrin. Mrs. James T. Miller, 759 Mary-,annex a recent night. Avenue, is a patient in Alle-j Mrs. Earl Gross and Mrs. ! Miller, counselors, served refresh- i pany in Baltimore. The bridegroom attended Meyersdale High School gany Hospital. [t. Savage. Fisher entertained with a wedding reception in honor Sgt. Dale Ames, Fort Bragg, N. C., jincnU in keeping with thr Valentine] is spending a 30 day leave with his!motif. wife and daughter, Wellersburs:. Pa. i Attending were Brenda Miller, '"I fi- 1 i r -r-t •,* t i . u i LUC uuuijiu tiiv/ti i*iA\> \^i-* iJi**"»*,T • Sgt. and Mrs. Ames plan a trip to|Shirley Ruse; Donna Valentine.: th jr t {rom a wedding Rhinelander, Wis., to visit •--!'"—""» *r™™" n..*„,.„ »,,,!,„, w™ parents. The monthly meeting of Circle 1, WSCS of Park Place Church, will be held at 7:30 tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Boss Fircy, Mt. Savage Road. her I Christine Kenneil, Bnrbarn Miller, Sandra Goodwin, Bonnie Armstrong, Jean and Carol Crabtree. J.inct, Miller and Kathy Miller. I trip the couple wil (National Highway. ceremony. resjdc t 343 Sentimental You Answer to Previous Puzzie i tvenfs Briefly Noted .Purple Heart Auxiliary Admits New Members Sweetheart Dance To Be Held Sunday j The Freshman Class of Ursuline Academy is in charge of posters for the "Sweetheart Dance" to be held Sunday night in SS. Peter and Paul Hall. The Sophomores are in charge of decorations, the -Juniors of publicity and Seniors of tickets. Candidates for queen have been selected from each class. The candidate receiving the most votes will be crowned queen with her escort 'as king. The crowning will be a feature of the evening. Tickets may be obtained from Ursuline students. The dance proceeds will go toward the mission project. Much of the agriculture of Lower California is limited to irrigated regions in the north. I VERTICAL 1 They often are sent to ones HORIZONTAL 55 Note in 1 Today is St, cc £ uido ' s sca ! e Valentine's 56 Measures of . cloth 4 Valentines " River sluice often are made 58 Sclne in the shape of a 9 Sheep's bleat 12 Before 13 Moving 14 Not valentines are sentimental 15 Be sick 16 Athenian gravestone 17 Unit of reluctance 18 Governor ol Indiana (1913-1917) 20 Many have 19 Fillip ——structuresjj European 22 Fiber knots 23 Ailing 24 Autq body 27 Quotable passage 31 Snare 32 Wagers 33 Poem 34 Lubricant 35 Roman patriot 36 Athena 37 Irritates 39 Some are imbued with sweet 40 Scottish alder tree 41 Before (prefix) 42 Sword shift in fencing 45 Motives 49 Art (Latin) 50 Airplane (Fr.) 52 Contend 53 Scottish sheepfold 54 Chinese unit of weight 23 Preposition 2 Operatic solo 24 Cease 3 Shout 25 Iroquoian 4 Hurry Indian 5 Bar by 26 Pigeon peas estoppel 27 Hardens 6 Solar disk 28 Kind of pony 7 Rivulet (var.) 29 Westphaiian 8 Latticework river 9 Grape refuse 30 Social events 10 On the 32 Farm sheltered side building 11 Confederate 35 Breakfast foods 36 Fruit drinks 38 Light touch mountain 39 Fruit 41 Spanish American laborers 42 Foreign package agency 43 Soviet city 44 Employs 45 Narrow inlets 46 Baking chamber 47 Cleopatra floated on it 48 Chair 51 By way of 1 12 15 18 24 SI 3" 37 « H9 53 Sb t 25 13 3 2fa W 3 22 • : ^ 38 10 H 3 & ii 50 9i 57 b i'i bl ) /; ''//( m> •7 M, 23 Ml e M) ///. 39 L\ 4b 9 t f 7 26 si 4b bi 55 58 10 23 ] 30 N7 HS i 14 Two new members, Mrs. Virginia Dan- and Mrs. Betty Nazelrod, were The executive committee of the ^mated into the Purple Heart | Johnson Hcigats PTA will meet to- | Auxiliary at the Center a recent night .it 7:30 at the school. 'night. Mrs. Anna McCarty presided. • I The Women's Division of the Mrs. Edith Reichert collecteu cig- j JC.T.P. will hold a Valentine and ar ets for the VA Center at Mar-: j birthday pany Monday at the tinsburg. W. Va.. and a report was j jV.F.W. Home. It will be preceded by ma dc of clothing and groceries; j the election of officers and business ...jvcn to a family recently. Lsewisn sit ',', o'c'.nck. ^ party will be held by the ausil- i • The Ladies Air! Society o! the j nrv mid chapter on Washington's! j Potomac Part: EUB Church will .Birthday. Mrs. Reichert was named j inert tonight iu '.he church at 7:30 chairman of arrangements. jlor a Valentine party. . : ^ Valentine party conluded the I Societies of the Mt, Hcrmon j meeting. Gifts were exchanged and • Church are sponsoring; a ham sup-;'valentines given as favors. : per t-.icliiy at 5 p- m. at the church.' s= The annual dinner of the Mizpah j. ..,,.. v ; •.. . Class of the First Baptist Church i ' -..•...... ...' ' - ..„<..».''• :.••:. will be held at 7 p. m. tomorrow at | •: Moon's Dining room. : A card party wil' he held tonight; at the Bocil'ord Ho;ui Fire hall by, " i the Laciit:, Auxiliary. Seibnrk and; |5no \vill he played, refreshments served and prizes n warded. Queen cily Grove -11. Supreme j Forest Woodmen Circle, will hold a ; Valentine jingle party at the Wood- ; men of the World hall at 8 p. m. : ; | tomorrow. Each member is to bring • a jingle not costing over 50 cents. . DOLLAR game. The next meeting will be held March 7 when Marjorie Lewis and Judith Jeffries will each give a demonstration on clothing. Ten members attended. The Excelsior Class of Grace Methodist Church will hold a bake sale Saturday from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. in the basement of the church. 77 BALTIMORE ST. I Vi | NOW! OPEN DAILY AT 9:30 A. M. CLEARANCE! ..' 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