Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 15, 1952 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker East Side PTA Celebrates Founders Day With Party £ Semper Fidelis r Class Program r At Weavers j^" 1 The Semper Fidelis Class of ;*; Bethany Evangelical United Breth*".- ren Church met at the home of c,, Mrs. Jesse Weaver, Glenmore Street, *; Thursday, with Mrs. Walter Clark ** and Mrs. Lester Wilson assistant *- hostesses. Union Grove Club Appoints !PL The East Side Parent-Teacher1 Association celebrated Founders; Day with a birthday party, social j Delegates of the Union Grove and bake sale, Tuesday evening at,Homemakers Club to the county! the school auditorium. parliamentary law meeting February; Mrs. Albert Kiiffner, president, 37 at the Cumberland Public Ll-j extended greetings and spoke of the j Drar y t we re named at a recent j geniality developing within the as- 1 meeting. ! sociation. George Klinkhammer. ^^ wh£) wm attend are . principal, expressed appreciation for, wmlam Rmmgi cnairman; Mrs J the cooperation of the association ; steve Bowling> j^ Richard Doug- ' with the school and of ..Its generous • las and j^ Roy Wajburn _ contributions. The homemakers group met Wed- Mrs. William George, program j nesd night at the home of Mrs ! chairman, introduced the A i vin W n s on. Bedford Road. - Mem- j . . Miss Doris Davis, music teacher ln> bers answergd the ro i lcall des ignat-! the public schools, directed group j, „ thev had reglsiereA for city inging. Others taking part m Che | elections _ ' _ Mrs. Edgar Shoemaker led the Program were Helen Bowles, toe I Mrs Albert wind!shi president,: and tap dancer and singer; Judith announced ^ group vofced to con . j «•»* devotionals using -as her theme "*, "Let Your Light Shine," taken from »=••• the fifth chapter of Matthew. Xi:. Mrs. H. L. Nesbitt, vice president, •*»• presided at the business period. ~* f At the conclusion of the meeting, *» the names of secret class sisters ^ were revealed and new ones chosen. CM Refreshments were in keeping ^ with St. Valentine's Day theme. .£' Others present were Mrs. Paul ;".". Gross. Mrs. Walter Long, Mrs. £" /Chester Crabtree, Mrs. Curtis Btoss, w Mrs. Earl Zembower, Mrs. John * s " Orndoff, Mrs. J. H. Sommerkamp, M Mrs. Donald Pentoney, Mrs. Clyde *^ Haaselrode, Mrs. Wallace Wolford, *"-;Mrs. Ralph Isiminger. Charles W61- ":* ford, Roger Nesbitt and Mrs. Wil'°"i mer Null. Dodge, piano and vocal soloist; Margaret C o i. n o r, accordionist; £ Ann Shireman K "Feted At Shoiuer; I To Wed Feb. 20 Miss Virginia Shireman enter- ,,'t." tained with a kitchen shower in '- honor of her sister, Miss Ann Shire.*'.* man, Tuesday at their home, 423 •ic Cumberland Street. The Valentine ,;-'" theme was carried out in the red '"- arid -white umbrella centering the Hancox, pianist. Mrs. Walter Ensiminger was in charge of the table decorations which carried' the theme of each month of the year. Guests were seated according to the month in which their birthdays occurred. Assisting Mrs. Ensminger were Mrs. Lfie Alexander and Mrs. Mary Gardner, January; Mrs. Drexel Dodge February; Mrs. Benedict Skitarelic, March; Mrs. . Carroll Sanders, April; Mrs. Wallace Swayne and Mrs. Hyder Reed, May; Mrs. Robert Whalley, June; Mrs. Robert Isom, July; Mrs. John Topper and Mrs. Ensminger, August; Mrs. Roscoe McElfish, and Mrs. Carroll Sullivan, September; Mrs. William George, October; Mrs. Eugene Weber and Mrs. Porter Boyer, November, and Mrs. James Kelley, December. Mrs. Vincent Dela Grange was in charge of the bake sale and Mrs. Harold McClelland was chairman of refreshments. Miss Ann Shireman will be married to Robert T. Thomas, Jr., son of Robert T. Thomas, Sr., Frostburg. February 20. The ceremony will be solemnized in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church at 7 p. m., with Rev. Louis Glantz, OFM Cap., of- flciating. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Shireman. Cumberland Street. . Guests were Mrs. O. S. Mclntyre, Mrs. Ethel Fletcher, Mrs. Dorothy Smith. Mrs. Elaine Diehl, Miss Rosemary Dolly, Miss Mary Peritti, Miss Alice Neely, Miss Patricia " Stegmaier, Miss Josephine Wilson, Miss Jeanne Lippold, Miss Jane "Averman, Miss Theda Nutter, Mrs. Nancy Hinea, Mrs. Loretta Hinea, Mary Ann Hinea and Mrs. Shireman. ALL REMAINING WINTER HATS Values to 12.98 Price FIELD'S 67 Baltimore St. tribute funds to the Red Cross.! Plans were also formulated .for! Jeanne Murray, vocalist, and Dean ho]ding R card puty pebruary 20 at Gordons on Oldtown Road. A white elephant sale will be held at the next meeting. Mrs, Rilling reported on a talk presented by Mrs. Lucille Roeder, city commissioner of streets, at a recent county council meeting on "Women in the Community." Mrs. Louis Ewald reviewed the book "Mother and Queen." The group was .entertained by Mrs. Wilson playing the organ. Aid Society Hears Reports The Travelers Aid Society, meeting at the City Hall Wednesday, heard Mrs. M. J. Fleming give the monthly report, also reports from Mrs. Hugh Kilroy. secretary, and Mrs. William McCleary, treasurer. Mrs. William Blake presided. Mrs. Fleming's report included four investigations; 11 refused aid; contracts, 47; interviews, 54; Investigations 46; meals, 56; lodgings, 14; transportations, 8; gas and oil to five; telegrams, four; long distance calls, three letters, 67; referred to the proper agencies, five; local telephone calls completed, 97. Others present were Mrs. Ira Vandegrift. Mrs. Ralph Nevy, Mrs. Fred Ruppert and Mrs. W. Donald Smith. BRIDAL PARTY — Sgt. and Mrs. Richard H. Dorsey with their attendants shown at the reception following their marriage Monday in the parsonage of the Pentecostal Holiness Church, Corriganville, with Rev. Harold Probst officiating. At left is Mrs. Lemuel Powers, Cumberland, who D. Of A. Circle Holds Party At Twigg Home The Past Councilors Circle of Our Flag 'of Cumberland Council 100, Daughters of America, held a Valentine party at the home of Mrs, I The Ladies Aid Society of Trinity was matron of honor, and at the extreme right, is Mr. Powers, who served as best man. The bride is the former Miss Joyce Loretta Comer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Comer, Ridgeley. Sgt. Dorsey ., with the USAF, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dorsey, Ridgeley. He is stationed at Boise, Idaho. Ladies Aid Of Trinity Plans Coming Events Anna Twigg. 674 Fayette Street, a recent evening, with Mrs. Lucretia Emerick, assistant hostess. The tables were decorated with Lutheran Church planned coming events at a recent meeting at the church. Mrs. Hattie., Appel was appointed red hearts and handkerchiefs and j kitchen chairman and Mrs. Nancy cards were exchanged by members. I Warnick dining room chairman. Mrs. Florence Weires presided at; A public bake sale was planned a short business .session and gave the invocation. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Hallie for February 26 at the parish house, Smith and North Centre Street, at 4 p. m. It will feature hot cross buns Tracy. Mrs. Eleanor Marple, Mrs.! and "faust nachts," the latter Lucinda White and Mrs. Hazel j German crueller. Mrs. Louise Zim- Hardy. Refreshments were served, i merla was appointed chairman for Others attending were Mrs. Sadie j the sale. Bridge Tourney Closes At CCC Mrs. Eugene T. Gunning and Mrs. Albert Heacox won top prize in the bridge tournament conducted for the past four weeks at the Cumberland Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. William Jenkins, Sr., Frostburg, were the winners of the evening award. Mrs. Gunning and Mrs. Fred Mills began the tournament as-,partners, but Mrs. Heacox finished the final sessions. -„••_.. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Kendall were chairmen for the tournament assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lashley, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vandegrift, and Mr. and Mrs. George Young. Durst, Mrs. Eva O'Neal, Mrs. Effie Weber, Mrs. Avis Weber. Mrs. Violet Weber, Mrs. Eva McElfish, Mrs. Lillian Britt, Mrs. Pearl McDonald. Mrs. Mabel Browning. Mrs. Mabel Seaders, Mrs. Helen Whetzel. The next meeting will be held March 4, at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Wilkes. 320 Virginia Avenue, with Mrs. Lucinda Wftite as co- hostess. SATURDAY FREE GOLD FISH for Little Children BRING CONTAINER at G. G. Murphy's CUMBERLAND, MD. St. Mark's Guild Inducts Officers Officers were inducted and chairmen named by the Woman's Guild of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church at a recent meeting with Rev. Carl Clapp. pastor, officiating. The new officers are Mrs. Henry Pyles, president; Mrs. Theodore 'Carlson, vice president; Mrs. Gussie | Crabtree, secretary, and Mrs. Helen .Mathews, treasurer. Chairman arc 'Mrs. Jean Brotemarkle, social service; Mrs. Ruth Moore, membership; Mrs. Jennie Florence Wiers, Missionary; Mrs. Nellie Wicrs. spiritual life: Mrs. Olive Richardson, stewardship; Mrs. A. M. Kalbaugh, Christian citizenship; Mrs. Thera Bonebrake, Christian education, and Mrs. JBeall. financial secretary. Harry Mrs. Blake Feted By Lambda Chapter Mrs. Michael Blake Was honored by Lambda Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, a recent night at the regular meeting of the chapter at the Girl Scout house. The former Miss Helene Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aloyslus I. Smith, 107 East First Street, and Pfc. Blake, son of Mrs. G. C. Blake. 1300 Bedford Street, were married January 13, in St. Mary's Catholic Church. A cultural program on "The Life Beautiful" was given by Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis and Mrs. Florence Snelson. The nominating committee was named with Miss Mary Ann Mooney, chairman, assisted by Mrs Betty Green, Mrs. LaVonne Young, Miss Erma Harshbarger and Mrs. Sara Rank. Approximately 25 attended. A rummage sale is scheduled for February 21 from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Mrs. Nancy Warnick, president, reminded members that the mite boxes will be due at the March meeting. Mrs. Josephine Bowles, Mrs. Carl Dreyer and Miss Marie Dreyer were welcomed as guests. Thirty-two members were present. Hostesses for the month were Mrs. Rose Wagner, Mrs. Nora Kiffner, Mrs. Clara Haney and Mrs. Louise K. Kiiffner. The next meeting will be held March 5. Committees Named By YBW Cluh At Y Committees were named by the Young Business Women's Club meeting at Central Y.M.CA. Wednesday night. Miss Mary Ellen Helmick presided. Committees include: Shower, Miss Beverly Smith, chairman with Miss Hannah Drubeck and Miss Betty Creegan assisting; secret membership, Miss Ellen Newnam chairman with Miss Drubeck: folwer fund and cards, Mrs. Mary Frye; ways and means. Miss Kathleen Daugherty. chairman, Miss Virginia Beall, Miss Drubeck; club pins, Miss Beall, publicity, Miss Catherine Kirk; and initiation, Miss Mary Ottiero, chairman, Missj Naomi Parks. Miss Bernadetta Flora and Mrs. Frye. Events Briefly Noted The Staff Social Club of Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m,, at the home of Mrs. Genevieve Wotring, Christie Road. Mrs. Laura Stevenson will be cohostess. The Junior American Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. at the Legion Home. The Pleasant Grove Homemakers Club will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Rhoda Clingerman, Baltimore Pike. Roll call will be "are you registered to vote." The Frances E. Willard Bible Class of Kingsley Methodist Church will meet tonight at the home oi Mrs. Lesta Hopcraft, 800 Maryland Avenue. We Are Now Shewing New Spring COATS — SUITS DRESSES — HATS ACCESSORIES for Tote to T«0nt LILLIAN'S GIRL SHOP 64 Baltimore St. Club Accepts New Members, Elects Heads The Hap-O-Happy Club acceptei ;wo new members, Mrs. Nora Lease and Mrs. Bernetta Holesberry, a the recent meeting at the Girl Scou House, and elected new -officers. They include Mrs. Nellie Drum president; Mrs. Lillian Britt, vie president; Mrs. Mounsey Smoak secretary; arid Mrs. Berg Shute treasurer.'.Retiring officers are Mr Dorrie Owens, president; Mr Carrie Gephart, vice president; an Mrs. Pearl Bachman, treasurer. Mrs. Daisy Buskey was name chairman of the March meeting, as sisted by Mrs. Clara Palmer. It wi be in the form of a-pot-luck suppe Mrs. Britt was chairman of th Valentine party which followed th meeting. Handkerchiefs were ex changed and the program include a vocal duet by Mrs. Shute and Mr Ursuline Doddrill, and France Fleming and Robert Willison en tertained with tap dancing. 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A CHARGE OR BUDGET ACCOUNT SHREDDED SIRLOIN OF BEEF (a la Dutch) Whipped Potatott—Gordtn P«ai Bread end BulUr—Ceffa* 65c Lazarus . . . 3rd floor fMassicma§t5r >^ >*«MIOM«Q AT MAIL ORDERS FILLED vivid plaid or candy stripes in TAILORTOWN'S CLASSICMASTER 6 98 The dresses that have everything . . . made of long-staple selected cotton fibers that hare been combed and yarn-dyed — colors that never lose their luster! Just loss them in the washing machine . . . they're Sanforised! Vivid plaid in, green. blue, or wine: candy stripe chambray in wine, green, blue, or brown. Both in sizes 12 to 2f>, and 14V 2 to 24Y2- • Full length zipper! • Action-back yoke! • Buttoned action sleeve! • Pleated pocket-buttoned flap! • Flare back—slim in front! • Convertible collar! LAZARUS . . . MAIN FLOOR A JL JL^dvance spring lines tailored by HANDMACHER Here now, to sit lightly under winter coats, our white-collared suit with the shape of spring, and the. Handmacher promise of perfect fit. The season's best colors in a fine gabardine, or a patterned worsted, or an imported British tweed. Sizes 10 to 20, 7 to IS. Also young Porportioned Plus sizes 10+ to 20+. 59 95 as seen in Glamour, Charm, Vogue and The New Yorke? our sportleigh coat just looks^expensive! Here's a coat with unlimited horizons . . . its modest price hidden by careful tailoring, imaginative detail and divine line. It's a full-length story, all about Spring, with the interest centered around the loonderful stitched detailing, the excellent woolens. Fleece, small novelty checks, boucle or suede cloth in the best colors of the season. S to IS: 7 to IS, second floor

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