Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 21, 1952 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, February 21, 1952
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MU., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Cumberland Chapter, OES, To Present Patriotic Program Mission Group :, Gives Program At Davis Home A patriotic program will be presented at the meeting of Cumberland Chapter 58, Order of The Eastern Star, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Masonic Temple. Mrs, Margaret Hixson, worthy matron and Henry M. Earle, worthy patron, will preside. A brief sketch on the life of George Washington will be given by i Mr. Earle. Others taking part in' Miss Dons Davis, 7'1 Washington the program will be Mrs. Martha i street ' was hostess to "embers of Diehl, Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman, Mrs.! the Fannv Eshelman Missionary Elizabeth Lamp, Mrs. Delores Hop-! Society of St. Luke's Lutheran| wood. Mrs. Emma Gingerich and! church earlier in the week - Mlss Mrs. Sadie Cook : Bettv Hammond was co-hostess. Mrs. LuciJe Roeder, a member of Tne Missionary topic was "The Cumberland Chapter, will be the ! Travelers Tour." Taking part were speaker i Mrs - Grc ' a Beeman, Miss Wilma Following the program refresh- j Tomsko. Miss Marian Spiece and ments will be served by Mrs. Vida| Mlss Davis Murray. Mrs. Anna Smith, Mrs. I A soclal hour was held following Tillie Leasure and Mrs. Mary Shan-1 the Business session and program, holt,; ; Others attending were Miss Ear- At'the next meeting on March 14 j lene Hardman, Mrs. Robert Apsey, the chapter will celebrate its thir-! Miss wilma Tomsko, Miss Dorothy tieth anniversary. Charter members j 1 *** 1 ' Mrs - Raymond E. Beeman, and past matrons and past patrons Mlss Bettv Hammond, Miss Marian will be honored. Bride-Elect Feted At Party j Miss Evelyn S. O'Donnell, bride- elect, was honored at a party by the Sunday School teachers of the Children's Department of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church at the home of Mrs. Vera Rayburn, 707 Louisiana Avenue. Miss O'Donnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. O'Donnell, 310 Avirett Avenue, and SFC Lawrence E. Kirk, Masontown, W. Va.,-.will be married Saturday in St. Mark's with Rev. Carl H. Clapp officiating. Miss Edith Streett will be maid of honor and H. Harold Kirk will be best man for his brother. A gift was presented to the bride- to-be by the class. The entertainment was informal. Flowers decorating the refreshment table. Attending were Mrs. . Florence Wieres, Mrs. Althea Kerns, Mrs. Dorothy Oster, Mrs. Sarah Stouffer, f Mrs. Irene Flora, Miss Mary Ever- Junior Extension Club line, Miss Edith Darnley, Mrs, Mary Bell and Mrs. Rena Souders. Spiece, Miss Beverly Smith, Mrs. Fred Carson, Mrs. Joseph Pellerzii and Mrs. Benjamin Hughes. Events Briefly Noted The Allegany Hospital Aid Society will hold a bake sale at HI North Centre Street this Saturday at 10 a.m. The Bedford Road Fire Company will sponsor a pancake and sausage supper Shrove Tuesday at the Fire Hall from 5 to 7:30 pjn. Manhattan Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will hold a games party tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the Junior Order Hall basement. The Navy Mothers Club will celebrate Washington's Birthday with a program under the direction of Mrs. Marjorie Griffey tomorrow night at the V.F.W. Home at 7:30. A pie social will follow. St. Mary's Mother's Club will hear a talk by Rev. John Lyness on his trip to Rome at the meeting tonight at 8 in the church hall. WEDDING SCENE—Mr. and Mrs. James Hager are shown leaving the First Presbyterian Church following their marriage last Saturday night. The bride Is the former Miss Antoinette Cantone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- Joseph Cantone, 555 Arnett Terrace. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hager, Williams Road. Mr. and Mrs. Cantone entertained with a reception at the City Shrine Club following the cers- mony. The couple will reside at 20 North Smallwood Street upon their return from a wedding trip to eastern cities. Girl Scout Council Parent-Daughter Dinner March 18 The Parent-Daughter dinner of the Cumberland Girl Scout Council will be held March 18 at 6 r>.'m. in . St. Mary's Hall. Miss Eleanor L. Hoover, Waynesboro, Pa., will be the speaker. Reservations may be made through troop leaders before March 13. A report on the area meeting held recently was given at a recent meeting by Mrs. Roberta McFarfand, executive director. Representatives were present from Luke, Romney, Oakland and Frostburg. Miss Elizabeth McHugh, community advisor for Region 3, w-s the speaker. Mrs. Lester Millenson presided and Mrs. Henry Jammer, program chairman, announced the date of the Parent-Daughter dinner. The Greek island of Lesbos lies less than 10 miles off the Turkish coast. To Install Officers The Jtfhlor Extension 4-H Club will install officers at the meeting March 5 at the Flintstone High School at 8 p.m. The program planning committee will give its report, the tour to Washington will be discussed, and a report given on the State 4-H Council square dance February 22 at College Park. Earl E. Manges, attorney, will be the speaker. Hosts will be the Flintstone 4-H Boys and Girls. Miss Miller Queen Of Ursuline Dance Margaret Miller, a senior, was crowned "Sweetheart Dance Queen" at the Valentine season dance held Sunday evening by Ursuline Academy students. James Kelly, her escort, was crowned king. Rose Mary Mullaney, a junior, second in the voting for Queen, and her escort, Ronald Blake, officiated at the crowning of Miss Miller and Kelly. Barbara Madden was voted sophomore queen and Nellie Wilson freshman. Their escorts were Hugh Nolan and George Richards. Alpha Gamma Group Appoints Chairmen Chairmen ware named by Alpha Gamma chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, at a recent meeting. | by tne Ladies Auxiliary of LaVale LaVale Auxiliary To Mark Anniversary An anniversary party will be held Miss Shirley Matthews presided and a report on the rushing season was given by Miss Jane Harris. The chairmen include Miss Frances Driver, educational; Miss Betty Twigg, social; Miss Mary Ellen Helmick, publicity; Miss Eileen Brock, program; Miss Naomi Parks Miss Hilda Durbin, ways and means, and Miss Frances Crist, scrap book. The chapter will meet next on March 3. Volunteer Fire Company at a meeting tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the Fire Hall. Mrs. Anna Ferguson Is chairman of the party committee which is comprised of Mrs. Leona Long, Mrs, Vircinia Law and Mrs. Lelia Lan- and jca-ster. The Spangler-Conrad Circle of First Presbyterian Church will meet at 8 tonight in the lecture hall. The Ladies Guild of Zion Evan- ;elical and Reformed Church held a comic hat sale and social hour a recent night in the church social room. Mrs. Eleanor Grove presided and acted as auctioneer. The hat modeled by Mrs. John Kreiling was judged the funniest, and the. one worn by Mrs. Albert Hellegas as the most original. Others attending were Mrs. Arthur Hafer, Mrs. John Dick, Sr., Mrs. Raymond A. Faulds, Mrs. Samuel Petenbrink, Mrs. O. C. Dean, Mrs. Howard Nickle, Mrs. Anna Diehl. Mrs. Clara Petenbrink, Miss Helen Kreiling and Miss hristlna Hausman. The Young Women's Bible Class of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will will hold a bake sale Saturday from 10:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. in the Sunday school room of the church. Proceeds are for the building fund. At four favorite food Store Colonial lOlPBi BoUSe Sherry Chaney Feted On Tenth Birthday Sherry Chaney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Chaney, 35 Mary Street, was given a party a recent Saturday night dancing will be evening by her parents in celebra- Elks Resuming Saturday Night Dances At Club Ann Shireman \ Demonstrations Given For Becomes Bride Members Exemplar Chapter R.T.Thomas Jr. The marriage of Miss Marjorie Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority visited the Potomac De- Edison- Home Demonstration Ann ShiremanT daughter o£ Mr ."and; partment for its regular- meeting Mrs. Richard P. Shireman. 423! last night. Cumberland Street, to Robert Turn- \ Miss Genevieve McCoy, head of bull Thomas, Jr., son of Robert!the department, was hostess. She!™ Turnbull Thomas, 140 Centre Street, | demonstrated the use of electric JY QJ Lurana Unit Plans Benefit Prostburg, took place last evening in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Rev. Louis Glantz, O.P.M. served to the group. stoves, refrigerators and dish washing machines. Pood prepared was Cap., officiated. Peter Schumacher played a pro A short business session was con,.! ducted by Miss Catherine Lippold, gram and the traditional wedding; marches. The church decorations | were white flowers anc? lighted tapers. and various committees were named. Tickets for the S. T. Little fashion will be held in conjunction with ! the sorority card party at Masonic The bride, given in marriage by| Temp]e Qn March 4 _ Tickets may be her father, wore a pint suit, a Pink j obtained from any member o£ the hat trimmed with matching flowers | sorority or by cont acting Miss Marand veiling, black; slippers and a;g aret corsage of white orchids. |0 Miss Virginia Shireman, sister of the bride and her only attendant. general chairman. Others attending were Miss Alta Earl, Miss Elizabeth Lippold. Miss Ruth Lester, Miss Eleanor Albright, wearing a blue suit with a white Mrs. Ewald Ruehl, Mrs. Chariot:? hat and a corsage of pink rosebuds. | j u dy. Mrs. Ambrose McKenzie and Mrs. Shireman was attired in a|Mrs. James Rice, navy blue dress with 1 black access-! Cumberland Council 586, Knights ories and wore a corsage of red|£ p Qf Q^ Will Hold rosebuds. j Joseph Langan was best man for /l/fnrr/7 Cirri <: Mr. Thomas, and John Thomas and 1V1U TUl U-/OS Alden Plummer, Prostburg, were ushers-. The bride is a graduate of Ursuline Academy and Frostburg State Teachers College. At "Orsuline she was class president her senior year and a member of the Glee and Dramatic Clubs. At Frostburg she was a member of the Maryland Singers, president of the Future Teachers of America and a member of Phi Omicron Delta. She has been teaching at Flintstone School. Mr. Thomas is a graduate of Beall High School, Prostburg, and will graduate from Frostburg State Teachers College in June. He is a veteran of Army service having served two years in Europe as a radar instructor. Lurana Veteran Unit of the Catholic Student Mission Crusade welcomed a new member and mads plans for a benefit bake sale at a recent meeting at the home of Miss Catherine Dendrinos, 607 Bedford Street. John Burke was welcomed as a new member. The bake sale, a benefit for the Unit's mission church, St. Stephen's in Grantsville, will be held February 23 at 7 North Liberty Street. Others attending were Rev. John U. Lyness, moderator; William Hudson, Mrs. John Aman, Mrs. Jane McCreary, Mrs. Philomena Bender, Miss Kathleen Swann; Miss Rosemary Lindner, Miss Eleanor Barnhard, Miss Margaret Mahtheiy and Mrs. Georgia De Ar- cangelis. of Columbus', will observe Washington's birthday with a Mardi Gras dance tomorrow from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at,the home. A feature will be the crowning of! Sondra Lee Rice was honored with Birthday Celebrated By Sondra Lee Rice a king and queen. Prizes will be awarded for novel costumes. The Tune Toppers will play. The decorations will carry out the Mardi Gras theme. Thomas Simon is chairman. Personals James P. Raney, 700 Baker Street, a patient at the Baker VA Center, I Martinsburg, W. Va., the past three Following the church ceremony weeks > has returned home. Mr. and Mrs, Shireman pnfertained' with a reception at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club. After a wedding trip to eastern cities the couple will reside at 103 Washington Street. resumed this week in the Rainbow Room of Cumberland Lodge 63, B.P.O. Elks. tion of her tenth birthday. . The Valentine motif was used in (the decorations and refreshments. The Ellerslie Homemakers Club | will have an etching demonstration at the meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. The business session will be followed by a cherry pie and ice cream social. Activities will get underway at j Music and games featured the en- 9:30 with music by The Tune Toppers, featuring Kitty Day, vocalist, and Garland Deeter, electric guitar specialist. The Social Sessions Committee reports the program will be for members and friends. Reservations are being accepted. Zion Guild Holds omic Hat Party tertamment. Attending were Ruth Miller, Patricia Miller, Linda Hanifin, Martha Sisk, Catherine Ann Joyce, Margaret England, Jane Metz, Earletta Friar. Judith Emerick, Carol Jane Berry, Royce Chaney, Lester McCullough, Richard Keller, Michael Moore. Charles Keller, Charles Smith and Mrs. John Mangus. Mrs . Eleanor- Weisenmiller Honored On Birthday Mrs. Eleanor Weisenmiller was honored in observance of her eighty- flth birthday by her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mr.s. Paul C. Weisenmiller, 532 North Centre Street, at their home. Mrs. Wcisenmiiler, who resides at 556 Greene Street is a native of Cumberland. She is the mother of 13 children, ten of whom are living. There are 19 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Sewing and making rag rugs are her hobbies. A large white iced birthday cake enscribed with "Happy Birthday, Mother, 85," centered the" table. Frank W. Wilson, 3 Lyons Street, Ridgeley, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Carlton Curry, 17 weber Street, visited her husband at Fort Knox, Ky. Mrs. George J. Altstetter, Baltimore Pike, has returned home after being a patient in Memorial Hospital two months. Mrs. Joseph W. Martin, 408 Franklin Street, is recuperating in Allegany Hospital, where she underwent an operation. The executive board of the Al- Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Little left legany County Council of Home-i this week for Lewistown, Pa., where makers Clubs will meet at the City Hall at 10 a. m., March 4. the former has been transferred with Hoffman Ice Cream Company. a party in celebration of her lif- = teenth birthday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Weatherholt, 101 Park Street, Sunday evening. Games were played and reffesii-^ ments served. . "' r Guests were Kathleen Carney, Rosemary Simpson. Gail Garlitz^ Louise Corner, Linda Kuhlman,' Christine Barnhart, Clementine^ Barnhart, John Schlereth, James Hall, Samuel Indolfi, George Me-. Sorley, Thomas Hamilton, Frank Hamilton and Mr, and Mrs. Arch Johnson. DOLLAR DAY S-A L-E! Now In Progress/ iiolli/ Baltimore at Centrt The LaVale 4-H Girls Club will' hold a rummage sale at the Canada j Hose House tomorrow from 7 to 9J p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to I 1 p.m. GOOD COODS COME IN LITTLE PACK AGES a Friday Only At S, T, Little's.,. Washington's Birthday Special! CUMBERLAND SOUVENIR PLATE Regularly . .. $1.50 Friday Only 90c You'll want one of these fine plates for yourself and others as gifts for friends. On each plate is pictured historic scenes of Cumber- Jond during the days of George Washington. Included cmong the many scenes arc Washington's Headquarters and the Old Toll Gate House. Come in and select yours Friday . . . you'll save 40%. Peskins For a corner on smartness... 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