Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 6, 1957 · Page 3
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker -What To Wear Grooming The Groom For That Wedding Day vention held in the Amcrican'ed chaplain. Legion hall at Grantsville. Twenty-eight companies were John F. Fatkin of Clarysvillcjeligible to vole in the convention was cleclcd vice prcsident;i''usincss'sessions, however, only EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 Paul Haberlem Elected President Of AHegany-Garrett Firemen r ° n " Zenibower Laa ' THREE Paul Ilaberlcin of as eleclcd president of Hie Al- egany-Garreft' Volunteer Fire he 45th annual association con- . Ze . nibower ' LaVaIc.122 units answered roll call, II on Frostburg, was're nen's Associalion yesterday at elected treasurer; and Felix *"•••«« "vi . *JVt » aiv ( l££ UlUld UEI^Wvl UU lUlJ Call 11 was re.cleeled secretary; Alvin was agreed to hold the conveii f- r,™,,.., c....,^...- tion next >;oar al LaVatc. George Comp, retiring president, in his annual report, showed thai lie had attended n executive meetings of the association a«d 32 other firemen's events. . He said he traveled 1,931 miles c Foole, Lonaconing, was rc-clfct liremen's business during the year. Daniel Ilcrshbergcr, convention chairman, and Donald Prichard, fire company president at Grantsville weicomed the visitors. William A. Wilson, Midland, responded in behalf of the asso- ilatinn. A short talk was made by Enoch Prichard of Grants villc, (lie eldest surviving past president of the association. He served in 1313. Al) officers and committee quent chairmen made annual reports and Nelson W. Pussier of Cumberland installed new officers. Firemen voted to set up a com- mittee for the selection of. tho association's "Fireman of tho ,, Year," with an award to be pre-« sented at the next and subse- ' annual conventions. A memorial service was held jointly with the ladies auxiliary in Grantsville Methodist Church , am! followed by parade. Starts Friday! 9:00 A.M. Shop Early For These DISTANCING FURNITURE -Specially Purchased TWO FOR THE AISLE: Informal daytime groom (left) wears blue unfinished British Woollen worsted suit, single-breasted with flap pockets. Semi-formal groom wears midnight blue dinner Jacket of lightweight worsted wilr,*shaid collar and dull Bilk satin facing lapels. By DICK KLEINER NEA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—(NBA)—As certainly as the fact that it laices two to tango, there is one indisputable theory regarci- groo wecl dings: For every June bride, there's a June Naturally, the bride will be Ihe center of attention, with her lovely gown, beautiful — h»" q l e ,L an S t , h . Lsleel y S' int in s P ace between them. Color is ihades like Here's a quick check-list on """" ™'' T 3 '' 3re S °" er and types of weddings and orthodox m ° re subdued than usual - There's apparel: • more emphasis on fabric texture Inforrnol wedding —Navy blue than heretofore, many with suit, white shirt, solid tie, prefer- natural and exaggerated textural ably in gray. For June wed- characteristics. There are also dings, a lightweight suit can be dozens of newly-created bow-ties chosen. Some June days are cool, """ : -* "•- «-••-'—- " so you'll either have to gamble or trust the long-range weather forecast. Semi-formal wedding — If it's a daytime affair, you can stick to the same outfit as for aji informal wedding. After six o'clock, however, you should switch to a dinner jacket. You can wear a collar-attached white dress shirt with pleated front. Formal wedding—Here's where you can use the cutaway coat and gray striped trousers and light gray vest. In the evening, however, white tie and tails is the preferred outfit. During the summer, though, you can wear a white dinner jacket over biack or navy trousers for a formal evening affair. If yours is an informal wedding, you're lucky. You can buy a good navy suit and it won't be a total loss. Chances are you'll gel lots of wear out of it, in sickness and | in health, until moths do you part. ADVERTISEMENT FOR ATHLETES FOOT „ , Use T-l-L for 3 to 5 days. Countess Mara has pioneered a Watch the old tainted skin slough lot of good ideas in ties. So it's off leaving healthv, hardy skin If always interesting to see whatnot pleased with powerful 'in- sues got up her houflante slant-drying T-i-L, your 40c back slc . ev ^- . at any drug stored Today at In her spring '57 collection, the Keech's Drag Stores; Ford's Drug esins , designs are smaller, with more Store. getting the Countess Mara treatment. If you've got in-between feet— sometimes taking, for example, a 10W B and sometimes an II C— you should know that feet are inclined to swell a trine in the hot months.. You'd be smart, therefore, to get the maximum size when j-ou buy summer shoes. No pdint in perpetuating a hot foot. Air-conditioning is delightful stuff, but some days it gets a little loo cool. It's a sensible idea to invest in a lightweight wool sweater-vest to keep around the office (or factory or silo of wherever you work). On those days when the machine is overextending itself, the sweater-vest feels just right. And it looks fine, too. Cacbolks aod noc-Catholia, tt * wle, get tlong right well together. Our families live amicably next door to each other and often become lifetime friends. Our sons fight side by side on. every battlefield. We work together in tb* ia_n« shops and factories... root for the tame baseball teams... do .business with one another in j fpilit of mutual trust every day. la these »od ochcr piiis« of everyday life, there is a dose association which promotes understanding and respect. But in religion.. .where this close association doe* not «isr... there is often a regrettable lack of understanding •nd 3. corresponding absence of good-will. Many people, for instance, have all sorts of false ideas about Catholics and the Catholic Church. They ictually believe that Catholics worship statues...that many sordid things happen behind conventwalis ...that Catholics do not believe in the Bible... that Catholic teaching it pute superstition and the Nfass nothing but mumbo-jumbo. All non-Catholics, of cpursc, do bot believe such things. But enough of these false rumors ate in circulation to cause some sincere and intelligent non-Catholics to look upon the Catholic Church with luspicion, and to reject Catholic truth without even troubling to in- restigate it! It u fot this reason that the Knights of Columbus, a society of Catholic laymen, publishes adver- I tisemcms like this explaining what Catholics really believe. We want our non-Catholic friends and neighbors to understand us and oat Faith, even if they do not wish to join us. W« want them to know the Catholic Chureh u it'really is... SUPREME COUNCIL KIHGHTS OF COLUItlBUS fe'EUGIOUS INFORMATION BUREAU Mil tlKDtll ttVD. fflfc ST. IOU1S (, MIS50UM not u it if so often mucepaceaud tob«. It if lisa important to you personally, however, to inquire into the teaching of the Catholic Church. For unless you do, you cannot know whether the Catholic Church is or U not the Church established by Jesus Christ for your salvation. You cannot intelligently •ccept or reject Catholic teaching until you investigate it and know what it ically is. A distinguished Catholic author has written "A Letter to a Friend Not of My Faith." This letter has been published in the form of a pamphlet which can be read in * lew minutes... and which gives i remarkably dear and beautiful .explanation of Catholic beliefs, worship and history. More importantly, it gives a blue print of Christian living which will deeply move you whether you accept or reject the Catholic viewpoint. This highly interesting pamphlet is well worth the few minutes it wjll take you to read it. We will be'glad to send you a copy free, on request. It will come in a plain wrapper —and nobody will call on you. Write today.. .ask for Pamphlet No. KC-2J. J Mil Lind-ll tlyd, St. looil ! PlKil. ..'d m> FIN PompM.I .ni;tl*t! I "A letter To Owr Non-Ccrtriolk NtlgMxirs" I KC ._ Padded Headboard For Hollywood Bed Twin Sizo Soft plastic cover, button trim. 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