Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 5, 1957 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WED^DAV, ^DNE 5, 1957 Union Grove Homemakers To Hold Festival June 12 Personals The Union Grove Homemakerf Club will sponsor a festival at the Union Grove Camp Grounds next • • = ''Wednesday, June 12, at 5:30 p.m "Mrs. Dessel Slianholtzer aml'Therc will be a cafeteria style Mr. and Mrs. li. J. Glaze, RD supper and "Thrift Table," with and Mrs. Gejie Shanholtzcr. llirc Miss Beverly Bowie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Go-don Lee Bowie. 706 Washington Street, is home from Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va. Mrs. John Edwards Jr. and children, Sally and Stephen. Martha's Vineyard, Mass.: A2/c Hob- crl \V. DeVore, Amarillo. Texas; and Electrician's mate 3/c Chest. Chairmen of committees arc Mrs. Christine U'indish. Mrs. Margaret Hardinger and Mrs. Hazel Bowling, food; Mr.s. Rose Yeargan and Airs. Louise frank- lin, candy; Mrs. Rulhella Fey and Mrs. Helen While, cake. Mrs. Mary Wenlling and Mrs. Mary Smouse will be in charge Road former mayor ,of crvc on committees and arc to be Cumberland and local attorney, at lhc cam gmmds al j is a medical pal.ent in Memorial Ora5 early as possible thereafter Hospital. Because of preparations for the Hill High School, is a surgical patient at Memorial Hospital. The North Branch llotnemafcers Club will meet tomorrow at l p. m. at the home of Mrs. George Abbott. A white elephant sale will follow. The Women's Missionary So- Our Flag of Cumberland Coun- Daughters of America, ......... --.. — , , clety, Auxiliaries and Brother- will meet tomorrow al 7-30 p. m. . . hood of (he First Baptist ChurchUt Junior Order Hall, lo drape will meet at 6:30 p. m. tomor-jthe charier for Mrs. Bessie. Wag- row at the church. A covered ; nei-. a charter member. Mrs. dish supper will precede the^Vagner, a former resident, died meetings. __ (recently in Pensacola. Fla Class Of '47 Celebrates Anniversary The Catholic Girls Central High Class of 1947 celebrated its tenth anniversary wilh a three- day program over the weekend. Thirteen members of the class il 13 attended one or more of the activities that included an outing al Minkc's, mass and a communion breakfast, and an informal social session at tlic home of Mrs. Wamta (Frobes) Steiner, 025 Niagara Street. H was decided to have a mass celebrated for the late Mrs. Patricia Trenton who completed the junior year wilh the group. Mrs. Julia (Trozzo) Brant was named chairman lo outline plans for the fifteenth reunion. Programs in HID form of memory books were distributed. Tliey contained the senior activities, sketches of what members are doing now, their names and addresses. It was decided lo send programs and pictures taken at the reunion lo those unable to attend, and to some of the former teacher Attending were Mrs. Dorothy Blake Harper, Mrs. Mary Campbell Duckworth. Baltimore; Mrs. Irma Jean Chambers Baker. Mrs. Joan Carroll Athey, Frederick; Mrs. Steiner, Mrs. Rose Ilar- baugh Miller, Miss Helen Hargott Jersey City. N. J.; Mrs. Norma Loraditch Limberis. Greenbelt- Mrs. Betty Matthews Shaffer', I'arma. Ohio; Mrs. Gcraldine Mc- jowan Livingston, Midland; Mrs Margaret Meyers Bever, Falls Church. Va.; Mrs. Wilmina Seib Dye. Silver Spring; Mrs. Brant and Mrs. Mildred Creegan Mat tingly- The Cresap 4-H Girls will spon- |;ft>r a film, "Green Pastures," at illie Cresaptown Methodist Church (Thursday June 13, at 8 p.. m. A bake salo will follow. A ~ tlet ami IMF. ueiatir * ?I™^,f ! ' wil !. bc he'd in been the instructors. I lie social hall of Brethren Church Hi St (he United ° m m ™1 k, r - S W p. m. and Salurday, from 10 the instructors. m. to noon. set rt...-forge* i l/l AVTAGLiAwJ tai The only automatic that duplicates gentle hand washing! Safely launders everything from the sheerest, daintiest modern fabrics to sturdy cottons and shag rugs. If it's safe in water... it's safe in the new lytcsef ALL FABRIC Automatic it pays to shop at warhaft's . . . • K1RSCH RODS DRAPERY~TABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS Wai-haft's 79 North Centre Sf. Only this advanced new MAYTAG offers oil these feolvret: Automatic water level control saves water. Gyrafoam action and double-spin tubs for cleaner, faster washings. Two speed washing action Push-button control. Choice of 3 water temperatures—including cold water. Wash time flexible; 1 to 14 minutes. Built-in Suds Saver optional. WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS! 31-35 N. Mechanic St. Dial PA 2-2790 • •>•• THE fINESI •DSAMOHO RING VALUE "' ^rXCtNEY'CAN BOY''-' 1 Copley INTHLOCKINO DIAMOND (INGS Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker D Of ACluhHas Meeting The Past Councilors Club S.lman and Mrs. Mabel Walkins. Pride of Allegany Council 110,' A special prize was won by Mrs. Daughters of America, held a El j>. el >' n Whillock. meeting at'the home of Mrs. Jessie Lcasurc, 320 Waver ly Terrace, a recent evening. Mrs. Agnes Cox presided. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs, Anna Johnslon, Mrs. Agnes Cox, Mrs. Margaret Fay- GAVEL PRESErVTED-Al the instaUation din- Mrs. Carl Soothe (left) accepts the gavel from Airs John Lyons (right) retiring president, as Brother John, moderator of Ihe club, looks on Mrs. Soethe, newly - elected will Instructors Of Pinto Class Entertained Members ami Iheir families of the recently completed first aid course class al Pinlo entertained instructors wilh a picnic on the lawn of the home of .Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Livengood, Pinto. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. "Moe" Channel and Mr and Mrs. Vincent DelaGrange and their children were the guests, Mr. Channel and Mr. DelaGrange having . Badminton, shiiffleboard and -'»>.-•! in ktuii, aiimueuutiiu ana Hace and volleyball featured the cntcriain- l - GiflS to Members completing the - Course were Mrs. Ralph L. Blanch, Misses Nancy and Kay Blanch. Mrs. Carlton Helmick, Mrs. Charles Liller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ours. Mrs. Paul Yoder] Mrs. M. J. Livengoocl, Mrs. Car! MdfelanH,- ~'Mfs7 "Paul Trost Louise, Joann and Richard Trost Mrs. Rhoda Dayton, Mrs. Pau! Livengood, Mrs. A. L. Longenecker, Janet Longeneckcr. Mrs. John Barton, Mrs. Doreatha Leslie and Fred Showers. meetings next fall. Covers were laid for 100 members and guests, including all members of the LaSalle High School faculty. She'll Cherish an Exclusive FEMININE GIFT From Cathleen's Choose From Exciting Collection Of • Hosiery Travel Kits Evening Bags Perfumes Jewelry Lingerie Blouses Gloves Toiletries Hand Bogs Handkerchiefs Bill Folds Dresser Sefi 30y 2 N. Centre Sr. PA 4-0980 The next meeting will be held June 26 al Hie homo of Mrs. Mabel Watkins, 814 Sylvan Avenue. Miss liegina Lippold, 502 Fay. cite Street, is a patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. GO AHEAD... it's Lite Diet, bread! Wiih Lite Diet on your table there's no need to give up bread t Dieting is a real pleasure when you include LITE DIET in your .,., weight control program. For g 2 delicious slices of this white special formula bread contain no more calorics lhan a glass of skimmed milk. Yet, because LITE DIET Bread is fortified with protective nutrients, it helps maintain vitality. You'll love its taste and texture. Get some today f NO ADDED SUCAI1 Oli SHORTENING! Bated By-Bakers Of Ort's Serf-Spun white special formuli bread - r J Circle Sews., Has Luncheon The next meeting of the Garnett Moore Circle of the First,-,Baptist Church was changed at' / its recent meeting from June 20 1 f to June 27, because of the Daily Vacation Bible School. Mrs. S. N. Athey and Mrs. J. E. Tritt will be hostesses at the 'meeting at 10 a. m. at the church. Mrs. L. H. Carpenter presided al the business session held following a luncheon and morning of sewing for Ihe White Cross. Mrs. Cart Hcrpich, chairman of the sewing group, asked for old sheels to use for bandages, and for children's patterns of dresses and slips. A program was presented by Mrs. Earl Gauniz on the theme. "Influence of Christian Homes.' taking part were Miss Mary Mox- Icy, Mrs. Athey, Mrs. II. R. Matlick, and Mrs. A. D. Sherman. Devotionals were conducted by Mrs. Tritt on "Promises of God." The W.M.S. Watchword was repeated in unison. Prayers were recited for Ihe missionaries! whose birthdays occur Ihis lonth. i The Circle will hold a prayer service at the County Home on July 28. Mrs. Herpich closed the program wilh prayer. Others attending were Mrs. Sara Lloyd, Mrs George Booth, Mrs. A. C. 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