Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 4, 1957 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 4, 1957
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SIX . KV>-,iMtNu V.VJMBKKLAND, MI)., JUNK Margaret Ann Walton Will Wed J. I. McNeill Saturday Selects Bridal Attendants Miss Margaret Ann Walton hasichurch hall following the core BClecJed this Saturday, June 8. inony. as the date for her marriage to ™ e krido.elccl, a _graduate 'of James Isaac McNeill Jr. Miss ^ as'offici? dork Walton is the daughter of Mr.'scll. Distributors, nhd Mrs. William Harold Walton.! Mr- .Mc.Vcill is a graduate of 403 Hill Street, and Mr. McNcilliMoorcficld High School and is is the son of Mr. and .Mrs. Jaines'einployed by the Allegany liallis- Isaac McNeill, ol Mooretield.'lics Laboratory. «•: Ya. ; — The wedding ceremony will be|£,fl,y Hcttltll Gi'i ijihiriizzcd al 7:30 p.m. at Con-,_ - " church. fo Meet Ihiirsday >1957 Circle l,WSCS Plans Projects For Month Circle l, Woman's Society of "'ill elo,se its current season will jl,r rti Christian Service, Centre Street a luncheon and installation of JK/.C/T'V / Methodist Church, met ycstcrdav officers Saturday at 12:30 n. ni. J ' spiqmrii Ire Street Methodist , with Rev. Robert Conlev, assistant minister, officiating". 1I Mrs. James A. Stemple sisteri Va "f yn ,'' a5 ' 1 Jlc "' th gro " p wl of the bride, will be her muS""" 1 lllursday aflt ' rn ° c>n "' 1:M „., „ , ™ c C ™ ai11tIow " a " 'n i Va " y '' a5 ' Jlc "' th gro " p wl " Dir.l PA 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker Methodist Church, met yesterday in Ihe church parlor for the firsl meeting of Ihe new fiscal year which began June t. Airs. Emit Miller, leader, presided and extended a greeting !» all present, Sirs. Cailton M. i larris. wife of the new minister The Junior Woman's Civic Club will its current season will a luncheon and installation ol officers Saturday at 12:30 p. m at the Cumberland Country Club Special guests will be Mrs William A. Douglas, immediate past president of Ihe Maryland Federation ot Women's Clubs; Mrs. Albcrl Heacox. president ol the Woman's Civic Club, and Mrs town, June 24, from l to 7 p. m. Mr.^and Mrs. Walton will entertain with a reception in the Some Do's and Don't. About Your Prescription icsl of the circle. The organization of the Circle was completed with appointment of these assistants. Mrs. E. F I'hillips, Mrs. Roy W. fcves, Miss Tearl Piper and Miss Mabel Piper. Mrs. Arthur G. Gordon was appointed recording sccrelary; Mrs. Walter C. Capper, treasurer; Miss Grace Steiner. devotional chairman; Mrs. Carl Goetz, .sunshine chairman; Mrs. 0. M! Marquis; Mrs. G. Frank Malin, 1 meal planning and dining room chairmen, and Mrs. Hoy W. Eves, talent project. Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. George A. Koglman and Mrs. Clarence Shut( tor will serve as a committee to [jotify all members of meetings ,and~ activities. The Circle will be responsible for activities in June and will serve al two wedding receptions Junior Woman's Civic Club Will Install At Luncheon Louise Lippold, vice president; ,, orlss Mrs. Lear T. Powell, recording opened'the secretary; Mrs. Robert Ks, 1 treasurer. -Mrs. Lazarus Jr.. eon. Reservations are e made through Mrs. Ralph F Sell Jr. "JS quartet played two German folk Eveuls Briefly Noted The Women's League of —.- «, *„<, ( »t-uui(i£ rctx'piions ^*'cob Congregation has post- e ;duriiig the month, the Woman's P° ncli { "e meeting scheduled to- stry al 8:15 p.m. Mary Ann I.oar played "Ger- ;rnde and Klizabetl)," by Beet- hovcn. as a piano solo; Larry himiamon a Irwnpet. solo, 'Cindy, Oh Cindy." "The Three Trolls" l Wesleyan Service Guild dinner Jiine 13, and Ihe Methodist .Men's Club dinner June 26. conclude tcmbcr. 1| *-£:v».™. '££££*" *""""' T 5 DRUG CONSULTANTS TO THE PUBLIC AND PHYSICIANS. WIN WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS with the help of your =S?-L » - ^-Ie7^,,^ £ 'Fo^pt-dti^r activities until Sep- 512 Yale Street. Luncheon was served bv Mrs Allegany Council 110, 'The Mischievous :vcs, Mrs. Phillips and Misses Dau e hlcrs of ^'"erica. will meet BeiUley >vas played as earl and Mabel Piper to Mrs tomght at 8 o'clock al Junior solo by lisa Duke; Larry Shintia arlton M. Harris Airs Fmii Order """• The « le ction of offi- m°n and Jay Slimier played "Th ' * ij - J-rlll ......,._. t tpi-i vv -HIS Carlton M. Harris, Airs. Emil Miller, Mrs. Capper. Mrs; George Durst. Mrs. Fogtman. Mrs. Goclz Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. J. E. Rubes cer's will be held and a pie and ice cream social will follow. The Woman's Guild of Holy . ,_...,. vjuii, mi .1, j.. i'j, rvllijC-S vnuin o VTUIUI ui nuij Mrs, G. F. .Malin. Mrs. Jamesi Cross Episcopal Church will meet E. Perrin. Mrs. Shutter and Miss '" p "" cl!l "' ! "" "--'• '••-=-•--- -• ieiner. Mrs. Malin. Mrs. Capper and Mrs. Shutter will he the hostesses for September. WomansGroup To End Season The Woman's, Association of First Presbyterian Church will ho ri ilc finfil i.i^j,t ' J >>r .. ....... "l*-tll|l!J Ml ;eason tomorrow at •ie FcUmysh'ip. HSil., the 1- holri its final spring seasoi m. in the Fcllmysh'ip. liail. lilr>. - u Richards' will preside. •A-program-entitled—'A"Livih" Exhibit of Women of the Bible" will be presented with Mrs. Karl C. Perry in charge. Mrs. Homer L. Williams will be narrator Mrs. Jack Higgins will be soloist accompanied al the piano by Mrs. Maurice Robertson. Biblical women will be depicted in tableau by a member from each circle. Taking part will be Mrs. Fred H. Mills, Mrs. E. W Humbertson, Mrs; John -Lower Mrs. \v. 0. Spangler, Mrs Pan Ruble. Mrs. II. w. Birchard "'•-, i'ii ^. tVLIS sell Rankin, Mrs. G. W. ilarn son and Mrs. Hudson Nix. maid the stage. Members of tlufllut ter- for for The Short Gap Fire Company and Ladies Auxiliary will hold day from 4:30 until 7:30 p at the fire hall. ning Son ,,,. ., , „., , ° —o "" ""- yiaiiu, iuiiry fhe Kast Side Homcmakers Brcnda Bonebrcak played a Han- lllh urttl rttf.rtl InnlnL.I .,* n.nn -l~l l_ ,. . .. . in Constitution Park Friday at 7:30 p.m. wilh Mrs. George Vur- stenberg and Mrs. Frank Davis hostesses. Officers will be elected. The W.S.C.S. of Fairvicw Avenue Methodist Church will hold a strawberry social and bake sale Thursday at 5 p.m. at the church. A meeting of the W.S C.S. will bc held tomorrow evening at the church. . ^Martin Gordon, of the Soil Con•^".iii,," Service, will. b'e the Ju. ..ton ^tension 11 f. 1*V> _ ,. ...eehne to morrow at 8 p.m. at the Court ^, , , speaker;, at the jiinior Esjle Older YoHth Grriup meelin House. Festival Planned By Church Guild, FROSTBURG _ The ways and means committee of St. Paul's Lutheran Church Guild will sponsor a strawberry festival Monday, .June 10. at 7:30 p: m. in the lower auditorium of the church. The Mountain Harmony irrc i „! , n -.""lu, lunior Music Club will Five a sen-R"^ M 3 " S T' ""unvaried program with ^. He?. hert Loar as counselor. The committee in charge i: Irs. Lavernc Geis. chairman; Glotfelly, as ... ." , — ... — . t>i.>-i lit. Vllullclly, ils- ^villjic hostesses sistanl chairman; Mrs. Mildred Speir Stewart, program. Some 300 thousand ,,^^, 1: visit the Shakespeare Memoria „,,• . . * "•" ""'" " vian me ^nasespeare Alemoria' r M . chicken and ham supper Satur- theater at Stratford - on-Avon " hpr '' day from 4:30 until 7:30 n. m nvnrv „„„, •«,„ „,„.." .." °" O'Callahan n. every year. The (heater was com pletcd in 1932 Jdreajned /was a • dcsiq> ntnq woman, m m?/ o/ e/ maidenfurm bra e/' Designed to moke you the figure of fashion Maidenform's Chonsonettc bra. Afy studio's n uisioii of loveliness . . . but I'm the prettiest design of all in Mnidoj/orm's Jaoaloiis C/iaiisoiiette*. ft's circninr-stitchcd /or nattering roundness, spoke-stitclied for gentle uplift. AJy figure's been nominated for every fashion award in the books thanks to my dreamy Chansonelte! In favorite Jabrics and colors! A, B, and C cups . . . from 2.00 ' GAS RANGE « *.•— - — —-T •-••-—-•" vvynxiy_f^«-"»r^y mot no\c9t Vow coofciro latent *ir* <xrt, y«t -ix'to «jy rSi Jcijl,tl w M li_Hordw>di'i autoiiiolk feoiurei tot« met Hw lediaj! latli rc'rftdiy-boio'iKcd pveii i«i hiah-ipeeJ lop b U rr*r. along with all rhe o*« worrferfvi ptrlormora feotuie, !„ thi, elamofoui Hordwkt gat range help your cooking loVnh win proi«. « Reairtiful, econorokol, ond loaded wi* convemen« feolurn-rhofi »oof i»w Hordwiclc. Ste our wlecfion ol IMW Horrfwfck Goi Ran OM loioyl JHARDWICK Model Shown ;30" and 36" Models from $189.9S Music Has Program The Merry Tunes Junior Music md Arts Club presented and friends program witn . ™ Night," Mary Leila Kidd played'a piano )lo. "Noah's Ark." "A Song " "Marianne" as a trombone trumpet duet; Gordon Hainei ireich's "Spin on the piano; Mary inc Foote played Lehar's "Mer ry Widow Waltz." "The Mischievous CD OF A Will Install June 17 Court Cardinal Gibbons 52J, Catholic Daughters, of America, . , , - *-«»J. UUI1M1IU 4 ClAHJill IVVJU tlllVi cccived reports and discussed nu i rition chairman, will give a the installation of officers at ajrcpoil. A delegate to Rural Wo- Progressive VW Club If ill Select Delegate The Progressive Young Wo-|m*n's Short Cours* will b« Dim- Club will meet this Frida M- men's Club will meet this Frldayj' at 8 p. m. at thc home of Mrs. Charles Wcndt, Crcsaptown. Mrs. Garland food and business meeting last night at Ihe SI. Palrick's Social Center with Mrs. Anna McCleary pre siding. Mrs. Hazel Soethe reported on the monthly visit to )he County Infirmary, County Home and Sylvan Relreat, and Mrs. Car-j oiyn Kuppert, world missions! chairman, reported she had sent! a shipment of bandages to Pakis-! tan through Ihe Medical Mission Sisters of Philadelphia. Mrs. Elizabeth McLean, district deputy, will be in charge of Ihe installation ceremonies June 17 at the Social Center. Thc ceremony will follow a covered dish supper al which Rev. James A home baked food sate will b« held to help defray Ihe expense* ot the delegate. "Ashcans" are Navy slang for depth bombs. s evening's prize was won by Mrs. Angela Pcndergast. Central Y Auxiliary 'Ittns Annual Dinner The Central Y Auxiliary will hold Us annual dinner meeting Mrs. James Smith, will preside at a brief business meeting following the dinner. Hcv. Kenneth W. (trove will give the invocation. Robert W. has arranged a music program. BIN ICy (a greet little guy who loves G. L. M.*) "LET'S KNOCK IT DOWN ONCE MORE fJ SEE IF SHE GIVES US A GOOD LUCK MARGARINE SANDWICH TO KEEP US QUIET." Good behavior special: Blend cream cheese with Good Luck Margarine, add seedless raisins, n dash of Worcestershire sauce. Kxtra-gooii 'cause GOOD LUCK Margarine »ajtes <» fresh as "you-know-what*! mon and Jay Slimier played "The Travelling Singer" as Jeffrey Millberg^playcd .._ „. a trumpet solo, and Karyl Kirsch a flaydn "Melody" solo; Mozart's Don Juan was ...„„._ _ _ trombone by Robert Barger and .lean Paladino played "Dance oi The Gnomes." A vocal trio sang two Mexican folk songs. "Cielito Undo" and "Chiapenaces" and lisa Duke ' played Ihe ..... "Two Guitars," as a duet. Following the program a party was held for members anil guests. Donald Black jvas, master ol ceremonies^ anil Mrs. William O'Brien was' cfta frri&i of refresh- rnqhts... Sirs ' Sirs; Bli club. f vrsonals , ter of Mr. and Airs. J. Wallace Close. 862 Camden Avenue, left Saturday York for la her $ 209 95 45 BALTIMORE STREET figure beauty for the asking! ack are counselors of the Miss Nancy Jean Close, daugh- Cole's collection o( swim suits is varied and smart. Each suit is sculptured f o r figure beauty ... in an endless selection of fabrics and styles. Priced from , , where she will spend the siimmer Capt. and Mrs. James M. home after attending the funeral Wrapped - to - the . figure swimsuit shown .. . sizes 10 to IB. . While there they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Liller, ormer residents. < Mrs. Charles Hite, RD 3, is patient in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frantz, llobarl. Ind., are visiting the later's parents, Magistrate and Mrs. William Meagher, Cresap- own. George Myers, of 206 Park Jtreet, has returned home from Sacred Heart Hospital after undergoing major surgery. Sirs. Russell_ Robertson. IK Pear Street; is a medical patient n Sacred Heart Hospital. forty-jeren baltimar* street The Happy Valley Homemak ers Club will meet Thursday a :30 p. m. at thc home of Mrs Elmer Price. Valley Road. w, Close, with the many. Mrs. Patience Harriiburg, her sister, Mrs/C. A. Whitehair, 632 Hill Top Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Conda Smith, HD 3, Rawlings, has returnc'd ' V uarantccd/or Permanent Value DIAMOND RINGS Beloved By Brides For Over 100 Years Htn Is iht real iMurance of dUmond •alue yo-j ha«e >l»«y» w»nicd. An- caned', Amcrici's most famoul ring maVer wn« 1830 offers you true prool o! listing diamond »alue in il> nationwide Permanent Value Plan'. A. niNCEION Ul ,3,.^,,1 (;„, H5000 (J»> C>lf#l . I IO.OO D OAKOAII ttl lh™l, 1C " " ' «" apply Ihf FULL current retail prire laj) ol your Arttc'tti diamond loi.ard i larger one. is Haled in Ruaraiuee. Lea™ ,11 .Soul ii._ «., beinliful Klection lo-day! rin« ide our L IDGlMONl Ml lilrt** Cirt'n \ W.OO (NtCtlOOTfNG IIT tn«QftT ( ni Rin« J310 00 fcrd.'i Cird»». „ incoo C HOOKOAM IHTIHOCKINC Jl? HAUGER'S JEWELRY 16 N. Centre St. h IIB, UWK, MAMMOlttUl m4 ^iJJ •' PA 4-5665

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