Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 29, 1957 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, May 29, 1957
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: Dial PA- 2-160Q' for a WANT AD Taker McKinley Chapter To Receife Official Visitation Tomorrow Dolls Shoivn Al Centenary Church Event McKinloy Chapter 12. Order ol; Eastern Slar, will receive ai\ ot-j ficial visitation tomorrow nlghl at the meeting at Masonic Temple, Miss Mildred Beck, worthy matron, and Roy Ringlcr, worthy patron, will preside. .Mrs. Ann Bennett, newly appointed Deputy Grand Lecturer of the Grand Chapter of Maryland, will make her official visit. A memorial service, with special music.'will be presented by officers of the chapter. Members of the social commit- , » „. .... lee will serve refreshments at]received the doljs from the of- the social following in the asscrn-lficials of each country represent bly room. They arc Mr. and ed and also gave the history o Dolls representing many coun tries were displayed at the meet ing of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Centenary Methodist Church a recent night at the church. Mrs. Nina Bender, new district W.S.C.S. president, told of having each doll. Mrs. Madalen Little opened the meeting vnlh prayer. The group sang "The Kingdom Is Coming and "America The Beautiful.' Mrs. Rose Yeargan read the 23rd Psalm. Mrs. Edith Xield announcet that Mrs. Selma Gillum will he chairman ol the Circuit (estiva Mrs. Charles McElfish, Mrs. Christine Breakiron. Mrs. \Vilma Bradficld, Mrs. Elizabeth Zembower and Mrs. Elaine Fyle. farmers Picnic Set For July 25 The Farmers picnic, sponsored June 29. by the Allcgany County Karmi Mrs. Hope Kurles and Mrs Bureau and Associated Women. Pauline Dauj-herty were admit was set for July 25 at the Union ted as new rni-rnbcre. Grove Camp Grounds at the! A poem, "How Sleep Th luncheon meeting yesterday oIj'Brave," was read by Mrs. Mar) the Associated Women at the:Wcntling, and Rev. Louis Erne Lazarus fountain room. Mrs.jrick fiave the closing prayer. Ldgar Matthews presided. J Hostesses for the social hou The program will feature thejwere Mrs. Mary Growden, Mrs annual Farm Queen contest start- Annie \Yilhelm, Mrs. Ethel Wil ing at 7 p. m. The contest is fonhclm. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., \VEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1957 Bethjacob Women's League To Hold Sabbath Services Mrs. Kemp Hostess To Sorority Group EL, F1UEL GLEE CLUB-Members of the newly organized Glee Club of the El Fidel Ciuh present a program at the annual spring dance a recent evening. Seated, left to right, are Mrs. George H. Barncord, Mrs. Joseph Seethe. Mrs. C. James Mullan, Mrs. William McCleary. Mrs. Grayson Lucas, accom- panist, and Mrs. C. W. Stcininger. Standing in the same 0-xkr are Charles F. Hare, business manager, George SI. Hitchcock George H. Barncord, C. James Mullan, Henry S. Morrisscy fi Mauley Leasure and Grayson Lucas, director. The dinner dance was held at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club Deep Creek Yacht Club To Hold Dance girls 16 through 13 years of age! Guests were Mrs. Luther Stinc and applications can he made by|Mrs Willie Pcrrin. Miss Ruth coniactiog Mrs. Matthews. IPerrin, Mrs. Bender and Miss Final plans for the picnic will'Olive Lcasure. Twenty members be made at the nc,\t j)ireting>ltcnded. ' Tuesday. July 9. Kach family is! to furnish a covered dish 'and' The Parents Organization of One of the nation's few tnoun taintop yacht groups—the Deep Creek Lake Yacht Club — wiU launch its 1957 season this weekend with a series of tuneup races for members, and it is expected that there will be considerable sailing in the Turkey Neck section of the lake tomorrow, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The club will open its social program for the year Saturday, June 8, at the Mountain Lake Park Hotel with a buffet supper . ... : —•• """. ""•• joicjiui uigamzdiion 01 ana aancmg (o place seltmgs for members of! Boy Scout troop 4. Centre Street Johnny Co'ta's the family and guests, The Farm;Church. will discuss (he troop's" Knr/*air will tunn1*> •-.•.»-.* j;..i < i • , n. . - . . _ * Bureau will ... -supply meat dLshes;trip to Washington, June 20-21. and I tanning Group 5 will furnish'.il a meeting tonight at 7-30 in Mnrf«,irh« iTccnland. Mrs. Glenn L. Squires and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Camp. House Committee—Henry K. Duke, chairman, John F. Schaidl, Ear! Zepp, Dr. Charles L. Williams, Harold H. Muma, Cyrus V. Bosvcrs, Oakley J. Hopkins, Glen Squires. George B. liar- man. Tom E. Fairey and Dr. Emmett L. Jones. and dancing (o Supper a series the music orchestra "Doodie" German, Ercell Hop kins, Jean Cowie, Ellen Williams To StQtC Meet Mooring and Dock Committee— — John F. Schaidl, chairman. Oak- Berla Duke ley J. Hopkins. R. C. Holben, John Geare, Ronald B. Foulds, 7 p.m. cocktail Pittsburgh, will follow parties. Current officers are Fred D. Steiding, commodore, Henry K. o([Dean B. Cowie, Richard W. ol Kirsch. Earl Zepp and Henry SFWAL Shriver. Racing Committee— Donald C. Beelar, LaVale Women Named Delegates and Lydia Geare Cocktails and Entertainment— V. Robert Nethken, chairman. Schaidt, Savage-, Squires, Jones, Holben. Zepp, Stark and Geare. Lodgings — Williams, Zepp. Muma and McKay. Mrs. Emma Youngblood, Mrs, Leona Knieriem and Mrs. Eliza beth Zembower have been elect ed delegates from the LaVak Fire Company Auxiliary to the state convention at Ocean City. FIVE Mrs. Hazezl Kemp was hostess o members of lota Epsilon chapter, Tau Phi Lambda of Ihe Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, at her home on Myrtle Street. The report on the inspection by Urs. Betty Dadisman, Grafton, W. Va., state inspector, was given. The chapter received 100 ier cent on meeting routine, and 86-plus points for the number of appreciation were members. Notes of The Beth Jacob Congregation "II hold its annual Women'i .eague Sabbath Friday at 8 p. m. it Ihe Temple. Jerome Farber vill conduct services and Mo« lacks will be cantor. Mrs. Henry Getz will present he program for the services participating will bn Mrs. Harvey Jezen, Mrs. Samuel Arzt, Mrs. iarold MarkoviU, Mrs. Leon (ruth, Mrs. George Ossip. Mrs. ilartin Schwartz, Mrs. Leonard Cody, Mrs. Donald Lewine and Mrs. Edward Pallik. Hostesses for the evening will be .Mrs. Kruth and Mrs. Maritc- vitz. sent to Mrs. Dadisman and to Mrs. Alpha Roe, ol the Thela Alumnae Chapter, Theta Park ersburg, W. Va., hostess'for the state convention, Mrs. Margaret Hartman conducted the business session. Committee reports were given. Different activities at the conven- lion were discussed and a charm Dracelet, with the sorority crest, brought from the convention, was awarded to Mrs. Harlman. Plans were made for members to visil Mrs. Alice Johnson and Mrs. Mary Alice MillhoUand, who-are were Mrs. Anna Music-Mahan, Taylor, Brown A /estival «'»' he held by the s. "Sissy" Kirsch, Jane'i Flre ^' ompany lhe week ° r Ju| y "•••'• 3 with Mrs. Elda Schell. Auxiliary chairman, assisted by Mrs. Geare and David Mahan. ill. Co-hostesses , „ I.ce Snyder and Mrs. Kemp. Others present were Miss Jacqueline Day, Mrs. Betty Dean Mrs. Patricia Hunter, Mrs. Rub} Orndortf, Mrs. Lillian Hannas, Mrs. Patricia Bosley. Mrs. Janf Frederick, Mrs. Diana Barnes Charlotte Chaney. Mis; s Grabenstein. Miss Opa 1 and Miss Juanila Prine, Mrs. John L. Wellington, 303 Washington Street, has been call Flo Alexander. Mrs. Carrie Eshbaugh and Mrs. Youngblood. | ed (o Mrs. Leona Long conducted Ihejof her daughter, "Miss Louise meeting. A social hour follow- Wellington. District Nurse's Hold Dinner The annual dinner meeting of District 1. Maryland Slate Nurses Association, was held at ths Cumberland Country Club. Announcement was made that Mrs. Mary Bartlett was elected chairman of the Nominating committee of the Maryland Slats Nurses Association. A report of the National League for Nursing convention was liven by Miss Christine J. Williams. Miss Carole Shuck, Miss Ann Price and Miss Rebecca While, students from Memorial Hospital, reported on the student part of the convention. The district will resume meetings September 25. CAUOUStS! "!"iiooo, remove callousc*—jet ,.« uu ,^, ., tJM- , ix . Duke, vice commodore, and John| Bo "*'ers. . owe, re F. Schaidl. treasurer, all of Cum- W. Wagner, Walter R. Decius, V.....J __., „ „. , „ 1,,-L.., ,._- „_ „, , ~ chairman, Stewartj Mrs. Quinn David Sorrells andi ed wtth Mrs - Josephine Ritchie. Brown, A. W. German. Dr.'son, Quinn David. Jr.. and daugh-i Irs ' JIar E a ret O'Rourke and V.Her. Brenda, of 523 Franks Lane,! Mrs - Ca <itice Hatfield as host D^Scholis lino-pads berland. and Dr. Charles SjRobert Lane, Dr. Charles S. Charles S. Williams, Cyrus v.ner. nrencia, 01 023 tranKS Lane,! -----Dean B. Cowie, Fred left by plane for Hardford, Ala-' cs5es , bama. to join Mr. Sorrells who Mahan, Morgantown, secretary. W. Va., Mahan and John W. Stark. udiiid. 10 juiii rtir. aorreus \rnoi . . is employed there. Mrs. SorrellsK 1 " 6 '"' is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Regatta Committee—Henry K.'l/. B. Squires, Franks Lane. .Illicit. illl^alu* ^ullllLUllcc— r The club's roster lists sporLv! DuV;c ' S^neral chairman. I W. F. Parker. 600 Louisiana --"• -- ' Invitation and Dates — Dr.]Avenue, has been admitted to men residing in Western Mary- — land. West Virginia and thei charlcs s - Williams and George Brown. Events—John F. Schaidt. chairman, and Mahan, Zepp, Brown Pittsburgh and Baltimore-Wash- S._Brown. ington areas. ~ Other events on (he calendar for the year include the annual invitational regatta July 27-28, and the Commodore trophy racing program on Labor Day. Memorial Hospital as a medical and Beelar. Trophies—Christine Brown patient. Boyd Garland Oldtown Road. was admitted to Memorial Hospital for observation. Mrs. Emmett Heid. Washing- Mr, and Mrs. Earl Gross, 515 Woodlawn Terrace, have returned, from Louisville. Ky., where they 1 attended the graduation of their' son. Wendell Gross, from South-! em Baptist Theological Seminary. J. H. Judy and Lcona Pullin,, this city, also attended the' ceremony. j Merlin A. Wise, 113 Arch • . iwii, >i t»j a * UILUI uvi c. Q* t i ; -»| i A » - , mm, Kirsch. Bowers. Avery.j Mrs. Homer Boone, is Pcnn-l, , Memorial Hospi- jwilliams. Brown. Susan Schaidl'sylvania Avenue, is a sur"ica! Racing—A. W. German, chair- ton. was a visitor here. RESERVE YOUR PLACE . By Enrolling Today For Next Class Starting June 3 WRITE — PHONE PA 4-2180 — VISIT TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 Virginia Ave. Dial PA 4-2180 and Christine Brown. patient in Memorial Hospital. Buoys and Course—Earl Zepp.l Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Avey All falling bodies of the same' size and shape, regardless nuu>^ anu muriE—c.ari ^epp.i -^i. <tna ^irs. Artnur i. Avey . , , it --a".*.^^ ui chairman. Stark. Cowie. Savage.'and their two daughters, Mary weig ' through air at the ' Same SDeed - 'iMuma, Jones, Lane and and Judy, McMullen High- Patrol and Rescue—Fred \V.:*' a y. spent Sunday in Hagerstovvn Committees appointed to serve! during the season follow: Dance Committee—Dr. Charles S. Mahan. chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zepp. Mr. and Mr* V,: Robert N'elhken. Mr. 'and ; '' atrDl a " d RciCU r FreduW -'wTth Mr'^nHf*' "r^TlT Fish in a farm P™ 1 w '" ^ep _—-_ : \Vaaner. chairman. Jones, Har- K »n Mr. and Mrs. Orville John- n re lativelv " man. Geare. Deciiis and Shriver.l 50 ", niece of Mr. Avey. Maryl( oes Food—Georgic Steiding, chair-! 1 - 0 " Avey, a senior at Bruce High'; man, Mary Mahan, Peg N'etb.j Scho ° 1 - Weslernport, will enter! ken. Marguerite Zepp, j C an| Mar - vlan(I Medical Secretarial] Kirsch, Betty Duke, June Holben,I 501100 '- Hagerslown, in Stpfem .hpr. Mr^ AJollo \fr\l/.,- ~t n^ FOR YOUR OLD WASHER LA VALE WESTERNPORT DIAL PA 2-6430 HERE'S PROOF That Your Dollar Buys More at Webster's And Has Ever Since 1907 SIDE WALL 45c *> "E," ALL BORDERS 4C yo-J WHITE CEILING /&: Colored Ceilings 50c Red Slave Paste 2Qc " Red Stave Size 30c »> WEBSTER'S WALLPAPER and PAINT 4M N. Cinti. Si. PA J-SS12 ,- , ------ -her. t \trs. Adelle Moley, of De- Jlnrriage Licenses (fiance. Ohio, will arrive Saturday Bernard Francis McKenEie.j' 0 attend the Bruce graduation RD 2. Frostburg. and Carol exercise-- June 4. Jean Baer, RU 1. Salisbury. Pa. ! Al ™ian 1-C Ronald V. Graben- Lewis Paul Twigg, RD 3. and !slein and his wife and daughter Barbara Kay Rice, 723 Bedford: have returned to Yuma, Arizona, Street. j after visiting his parents, Mr. Waller Calvin Davis. Romney.'' 1 ™ 1 Jlrs - A- J. Grabenstein. RD W. Va.. and Judith Ann Wolfe, -• anti h?r parents. Mr. and Mrs. RD I, Kcyser. 'Norman Twigg. Spring Gap. Bruce Linvvood Puffenbarger,| ^' rs - Louis Hamman and three Fort Seybert. W. Va., and BeUy' cnildren of Cumberland, Ky., are Ann Heavner, Upper Tract, W ! visitin S Mr. and Mrs. Charles Va. jThuss, Roberts Place. Mrs. Ham- Joseph Finan Dougherty, 70S man is tne former Virginia incoln Street, and Mar Lou Tim£s - Need Pxfro Energy? Eot Super Enriched BUMPER BREAD Yaur Best Food Value! BARTON SEMI-AUTOMATIC WASHER Co/or-SryfeS fo Brighten Your Homel Mr - and ilrs - John A. Hab«l, Lincoln Street, and Mary Lou Himmler. 717 Shawnee Avenue. - - . a«, Harvey Jacob Miller. 960 Glen- LaV ale, have returned from Lanwood Street, and Helen Yvonne; castcr '. pa -- where they attended Robinson. 916 Gtcnwood Street. \^ e Knights of Malta convention.! ; Charles Lance Staller, RD i'' _ 1 Allegany Grove, and Beverly, Events Briefly 506 Baltimore Joyce Bennett, Avenue. j Ronald Henry Malison, 3609 Archwood Avenue. Cleveland, ^Ohio, and Elizabeth Anne Hiser, 415 Warwick Avenue. ! Bernard Anthony McKenzie. RD 2. Frostburg, and Dorothy :Mae Matthews. Moscow. | V.'iilard Lee Green, 521 Beal] ;street. and Gretchen Hiett Urn- jstol. Westcrnporl. On Memorial Day [Voted The Cresaploun 4-H Girls Club will meet at 4:30 p. m. Friday at the home of Mrs. Bruce Brennaman. 125 Brant Road. Officers of Cumberland Chapter. DeMolay, will meet loni°ht at 7 . ; Ladies of United Commercial' Travelers, will meet Saturday. June 8. at 6:30 p. m. at Moon's ,dining room for the last meeting | until September. Reservations must be made by June 5 by calling Mrs. John Pfeiffer IPA 2-11S6) or the senior counselor. Mrs. George Connor (PA 2-3735). The first of a series of four i dances planned by the Cumber, ] land Country Club Dance committee will be held toniqhl at 10 o'clock. Doc Dicberfs orchestra will play for the informal affair for members and guests. l !9 A, M. to 11:45 A, M. June IQlh to 15th Centenary Methodist Church Automatic Timer—does the watching and waiting for you. Double-wall bold-boat tub. Aluminum agitator for fast, gentle washing. Snper-safo Lovell wringer. Fully Guaranteed—lifettma lo» cost replacement warranty. HURRY! We hove only a few of these sensational washer specials to sell at this low pri<e. r CITV. (:THE BIG FRIENDLY FURNITURE STORE 22-24 N. Mechanic St. Tel PA 2-0370 MASON'S JUG STORES * 219 GREENE ST. * 239 WILLIAMS ST. * 1120 Virginia Ave.-Lacey's Mkt. * MASON'S SNACK BAR (Nave's Cross Roads—Baltimore Pike) On Memorial Day, we salute our honored dead, who gave their lievs for freedom. Proudly, we pay tribute. Humbly, we pray that we may be worthy of their brave deeds. Solemnly, we pledge that the freedom they won for our country shall be preserved, now and forever. CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY' FUR STORAGE t Dial; PA 4-1400 Available at IJ &K Jug Store k Pressman Brothers W taVol.. Mj. Barton's Dairy 3 Day Special Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Barton's Dairv ORANGE DRINK Gallon J & K Jug Store W. PiKJmonl S(, K.yi.r Hanna's Jug Store Main Si,, Keyier Umstot Grocery Short Gap. W. Vo. I Barton's Own Brand CREAMERY 70 j BUTTER lUC I • . Try our AjL'J Fresh Eggs As/ 5s&L*f.

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