Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 6, 1957 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, . .AID., THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 Ueinhnrd. Jessie Turner, W. n. Voder, Frank Yockus, Kdward Milbradu, Mary Zargcr, Hilda Scoll, Catherine Johnson, Margaret Mcnisscy, Anna McCullough. Gene llerstinc and Hita Firlic, and Misses Madeleine Volunteer Cafeteria Group Entertained. At SS. Peter, Paul The volunteer workers in ihe'Chirdon, Thomas Conlon, W. M. 'cafeteria at SS. Peter and Paul Corricli. John Croegan. William, Dahl > Mar >' Socthe and Rose Parochial School worn enlcrlain-'Crilcs, Elizabeth Crawford. DC- Schmutz. cd by Rev. Marius Elsener, O.F.'lores Counihan, Kdward Dashicll, M, Cap., pastor of SS. Peter and Frank Deffinbaugh, Margaret T) TT/C'/^ 1 S~<1 7 Paul Church, Tuesday cvcningiDressman and Samuel Drubeck.ifL H oU CvlliD wilh a dinner in Ihe cafeteria, i Mesdames Ursula Firlic, Dor- , r , .. .„ Arrangements of assorted gar-;olhy Fisher, Gladys Kegg, Hilda /-|/~)//7c I nfl o'cn flowers decorated the tables.;Glick, Lucy Click, Nora Gillum, *• •*• Ubl.t/J J. CU/ Favors were miniature plaques K a r I Grebenstcin, Katherine on tiny racks decorated in pastel'Grecn, Ituth Griffin, June Good- T "° rura ' Women's Short colors. jman, George Greisc. Mamie' Collrse c!ul) entertained approx Father Marius gave the inve-lHwboJdsheimer. Norman Goetzj' 1 " 3 '^' ' 20 members of the cation and welcomed the gucsts.iThelma Gray, Dorothy Harlman,[! lomcmakers clul) s Tuesday at lie also thanked Mrs. Fredcrick'^gnes Helmsteilcr. Romanus;'ls annual tea at the Civic Club A. Piiderbaugh for her work dur-' llcl m s ' e| ter, Albert Hill, Kdward House, ing the past eight years as su-Mwo. Frank Kelly. Robert King, pervisor of the catcteria, and^'flrgarol Kitzmiller, Morris Kirk, presented her with a crystal and' An <i I-easure, Margaret Lynch, silver rosary in appreciation.(Lawrence Lindner, Frank Leger, Mrs. Piiderbaugh responded, and| Lcona Leatherwood, Mary May. thanked her. Mrs. Douglas Smith welcomed the gucsls and presided at a short business session, giving the highlights of the R.W..S.C. which opens at College Park Ihe sveek all those who assisted) 1100 " 138 McMahon, Edward Mc-! 0 f June 17. Registrations closet Namoe, George Miller, Joseph yesterday with an enrollment of \llnl-n TllAr^ac Xliillinn,, f***t\, -_ Guesls were Rev. Sylvan Fon- Minkc, Thomas Mullaney, Calh- driest, O.F.M. Cap.; Rev. Kenan Crowley, O.F.M. Cap.; Rev. Kil-j lian Krings, O.F.M. Cap., and Rev. Ervan Maisel, O.F.M. Cap. Aides attending were damns Margaret Arnold, crine McMullen, Kathleen Murray and Helen Monahan. Mcsdamcs C. 0. Newman. Mary O'Neal, Cecelia O'Neal, Mcs- Elizabeth O'Rourke. Helen 0'- Blar-rTflole. Jeanetle Phillips, D. A. triide Bergman, Ambrose Burkey, Kdward Burkey, Ethel Brady, C. H. Bonig, Charles Erode, Teresa Erode, Edward Brook- Kuacne rtfinliarrt .An Ihony Saeli, Bertha Simpson, Fi-ank Simpson. John Sharp, Carl Socthe, Marion Soothe, Paul *^.^_i. .*t uu ^, i_,uv>aiu Ljiuun-.vyaii iuuLiiL*, lUiinon ftoeine, i aui man. J. W. Bycr. George L. Car- Stakcm, Mary Trozzo. Claude ney, D. A. Carlomany, H. T. Caro- Twigg, C. A. Winfictd, Joseph Ian, George Connor. N'ooman Wood, Gertrude Oflutt, J. B. FAMOUS-NAME, NEW 21 JEWEL WATCHES 50f down Modem streamlined design with dependable, accurale movement Gold filled case. EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN 82. Miss Patricia Golden was Jn charge of RWSC registration and Miss Mary Wise is in charge of transportation, campus ant dormitories. Mrs. James R Smith discussed classes and tours. nighlrgtii-of-tiie tej was-the telephone greeting from Mis Maude A. Bean in Nebraska Miss Bean is a former count; home demonstration agent. The program opened with the group singing, "America the Beautiful." Mrs. Wilbert Brink man. Valley Road club, sang "Toyland," Victor Herbert; "Lil tie Damosel," Novello; and "Hill, of Home," Fox. She was accomp anied by her daughter, Shirley, a graduate in organ from th School of Music of West Vir ginia Weslcyan College. Summe flowers were used in the dec: 1-3 tions. Mrs. Dean Evans and Mrs K. 0. Nelson poured. Mrs. George Kraft and Mrs. Edward Lewi were hostesses; and Mrs. Smith Mrs. Charles Burkey and Mrs Herbert Nesbitt were in chargi of decorations. The Soroptimist Clubs of the "ri -Towns, Keyser and Cumber- and will hold the annual joint banquet and installation lomor- V ow evening at 6:30 at the BINOCULARSWITH LEATHER CARRY CASE 50*a week Imported, precision- ground, coated lenses that magnify 8 times. Powerful ! PAY AS LOW AS 50* DOWN 41 Baltimore St. PA 2-7050 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT Limited Lawsuits A statute of limitations is th period fixed by statute within which lawsuits must be brough for legal redress. After the ex piration, suits are forever barred The Welfare Group of the Wo man's Civic Club will meet Jun 10 at the summer cottage of Mrs John S. Cook. Pattersons Creek for a covered distrpicnic.~Mem hers needing transportation ar< to call PA 2-6232 or PA 2-6316 b Saturday evening. The Centre Street School PT. will hold a dinner for the facult today at 6:30 p. m. at Moon'; dining room. For Children's Needs Visit , A Complete Specialty SHOP FOR CHILDREN WE GIVE S1.H GBEEN STAMPS • FREE DELIVERY • GIFT WRAPPING • Isr Nat Chg Acct 18 N. Centre PA 2-1830 The refreshment PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Fata end Chote Sfs. _ Un^rAp^in, om p ep ,, Co|o Cmfa ^ „,„ ^ DlQ ' P * 4-1470 CHECK PRESENTED — Mrs. W. Eric Gibbs Molners club treasurer," scnting a check for $144.60 to Miss Henrietta Schwarzenbach, president of the Allegany Couiily League for Crippled Children, the amount raised at the club's benefit dance (or the League recently at the Cumberland Coun- try Club. Mrs. Richard Kirsch, president of ~rhc~Jmi t hers Club,—(center^- leaks - on:—M r ST- Edward Solomon was chairman of the dance. The Mothers Club has raised a total of approximately $3,000 for the League at the annual benefit dances. Last year the recipient of the benefit was (lie Friends A«-are Group. Soroptimist Event Listed Tomorrow p.or of the South Atlantic Region McKinley Chapter 12, Order :he Eastern Star will meet in Masonic Temple tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Miss Mildred Beck, worthy malron, and Roy Valley Bridge Club "this 'week" at Ringler, worthy patron, will tn 5.9 ivic p' ub nou se. Ali preside. The social hour and refresh- gover- menls are in charge of Mrs. Cla f* vrsona Is Jlrs. Lena Twigg has returned from visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W. ^eltner and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Feltner, former residents of fowling Green, now residing in Pensacola, Fla. Miss Judy Brown. Chicago, the American Federation of ,„„„.„ „„,„, „„„. illullal ioroptimist Clubs. Inc., will speak and Miss Mae Howdyshell in "Soroptimism." Miss Nicholl s a member of the Washington :lub and has served as its pres- dent. recording secretary, first 'ice president, and board member. Officers to be installed are Ceyser Club. Hope Wcnner, pres- dent; Florence Griffin, vice pres- dent; Laura Grayson, recording secretary; Alarie Daskal, corresponding . sec tetary;.. .Buenna_PoL ock, treasurer; three, two and one-year board members are Elsye Clevenger, Madalyn Bazzle, Mary Umstot; two and one-year regional delegates, Hazel Staney and Ida Davidson. To be installed in Ihe same of- ices of the Tri-Towns Club are Thelma Wilson, Edith Lambert, Gladys Hamilton, Lenora Burns, Ann Kelly, Maizie Kitzmiller, Mary Wills, Pauline Whiteman and Margaret Maybury; and for .he Cumberland Soroptimists, Blanche Ridgway, Maxine.Doak, Dorothy Green, Clara Dougherty, Ruth Barnes, Fay Stillwagon, Helen Johnson, Alice Dellaven, May Bonig Tomilson and Jeanetle Blue and gold colors are being used in the decorations. Mellotones wilt play. The Committee chairmen are Mrs Dellaven, publicity; Dr. Rita Brinkcr, hospitality; Mrs. Still wagon, Sirs. Bessie Hanks, program and decorations; Mrs Ridgway and Mrs. Doak, genera chairmen. Events Briefly Noted The Pleasant Valley Home makers Club will meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Roy Smith, Baltimore Pike, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. •ilh Mrs. Carl Wilson, co-hostess. Members are to bring a salad and its recipe. McKmley, OE S, Women Take Meets Fomorrow n • 7 r^ of bridge Lvent Mrs. Bernard McGrcevy and Mrs. Gerard Everstine took first honors with a score of 30 in the jpecial game of the Potomac Other winners were Mrs. Louis | Waingold and Miss Louise Zihl- g, Mr. and Mrs. !in, third with 75 plus, and Mrs. Torkington, fourth with 74. Tonight the semi-monthly full master point game of (he'West- :rn Maryland Bridge Association vill be played at the Cumberland Country Club at 8 p. m. The full master point game of he Cumberland Duplicate Bridge "lub will be played Saturday ifternoon at the Civic Club house. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Spencer, Main Street, Ridgeley. Carl V. Hansen, 158 North Cen:re Street, is a medical patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. Robert Carder, ML Savage, is medical patient in Sacred Heart Hospital; Mrs. Georgia Robertson, 6 East Fayette Street, has returned home after being a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. William Lippold, 126 Polk Street, is a medical patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. Miss Juliann Kelly, student at the University of Maryland and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kelly, 727 Maryland Avenue, will leave June 15 to spend the summer with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt P. Lauscher, San Francisco. Mrs. Russell Bennelt, 300 Arch Street, is a surgical patient in Memorial Hospital. Fairview Avenue WSCS will hold a strawberry social and Is bake sale~loday at 5 p. m. at the '' :hurch. NOW AT YOUR FOOD MARKET REGULAR GRIND Monarch Finer Foods 184 Baltimore Sf. PA 2-7890 Dial 1'A 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker Pharmacy formerly RAND'S Phone PA 2-40 10 Baltimore at Centre St. The New, Sensational Whirly Brush for Washing Cars . . . for washing Wails, Floors, Porches, Picture Windows . . . inside and outside your home. 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