Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 11, 1957 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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SIX Music And Arts Club Closes With "Romance" Program EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD. TUESDAY, JUNK 11, 1<J57 The Music and Arts Club clos- land Federation of Music Clubs, cd ils season with a program on held in llagerstown. "Romantic Music" last-night at Mrs. Samuel T. Wealhcrliolt the home of Mrs. Dana McKin- was awarded a Music Federation ne.v, RD 1, LaValc. Mrs. liobeii pin in recognition of perfect al- Gormor and Mrs. Robert WiMcndance al club meetings for ten Hams were co-hostesses. jconsecutive years. She is also Mrs. Carl A. Sander was chair-' 3 P asl president of Ihe club, man of the program and gave a' ^' ss Peggy Thompson, a stu- lalk on "Music of the Romantic'dcnt al the Kashmiri School of Period." Miss Dorothy \Villison: Music . Rochester, N. Y., will be directed singing of the opening!' 11 ' 0801110 '' '" a Irtinipct recital hymn accompanied by Mrs.j' 1 'h ul 'sday, June 20, at a p. m. at Frederick Avers. jCtnlre Street Methodist Church. Mrs. John Zornig was soloist,if' 10 w l" be accompanied by Miss accompanied by Mrs. Robert! alriela Anl1 Smith. At this time Clarke. She sang three Brahms; ! iss . Smith wil1 1)c awarded a comiiositions. "Wie Melodicn" '''" "Von cwiger licbe," and "Stand- chcn." Mrs. Duke \V. Burger and Mrs. . . Thorncr Smith played a piano duet, "Sonata in D, Mozart. A quartet composed of Mrs. William B. Ludman, piano; Mrs. Vernon Cost, violin; Mrs. William L. Guntcr, flute; and Mrs. Howard Irwin, cello, played a quartet on themes by Mendels in recognition of her . cul standing work in piano and organ accompanying during her high school years. Others alleding were Mrs. Ade sohn arranged Ville. by Popp and Mrs. Howard Irwin presided at _the_business session. Mrs. Frank Stuart Rowe 'gave a~rcporr~on . line Kerlin. Baltimore, former member; Mrs. M. C. Snyder, Rallimore, Mrs. F. A. Pudcr- Ijaugh Jr.. Cleveland. Ohio, and Airs. Paul Gilford, city, guests; Mrs. Kenneth F. Beck. Dr. Hiza- bcth Brings, Mrs. Ivan Hall, Mrs. Monroe Harris, Mrs. William L Keller, Mrs. Herbert Loar, Mrs. John .Mrs. Lower, Robert .Mrs. Allan Macy, Mann, Mrs. Fay Mansfield. Mrs. Witwer Rich- Muar Rowe gave aTepofTonTaFSs. MHTViilgon^KfcH -ind U.c state convention oflhcMary-'Mrs. Kenneth Wolf Officers Installed At Spring Luncheon Junion Civic Club « officers of Junior arus Jr. 1Ub sv t,»r "- P' Saturday at the Cumberland lor poetry. Country Club. Mrs. Bruce Douglas presided and introduced the new officers ol the Club for the 1957-58 season: They are Mrs. Edward Sokolowski, president; Miss Louise Lippold, vice president; Mrs. Lear Powell, recording secretary; Mrs. Robert Esler, Awards received by members of the club at Ihe first District Convention were: Mrs. Marvin Kaplon, chairman, Mrs. John MacVcigh and Airs. Paul Gipe, auditing committee; Mrs. Bruce Douglas, advisor and airs. John . R. Wilkinson, contact chairman secretary; and from senior club. Hazelwood Jr., Mrs. Sokolowski expressed the rir r T i ,„-,! • gratitude of the club for the suc- Mrs. John Wilkinson, contact cessful year just completed by r>airmnn irniTi flm on..:.*.. ~*i..u *r ^ . * . J corresponding Mrs. George treasurer. chairman from the senior club spoke briefly substituting for Mrs. Albert Hcacox, president ol the Woman's Civic Club, who is ill. Mrs. Heacox, sent her thanks to the junior club for the tea and coffee service which they presented fo the clubhouse, and for their work and cooperation with uV senior club on various activities throughout the year. Mrs. Ralph Sell Jr.. inlroduc- Mrs. Douglas as president and the other offices, and the club extended a rising vole of thanks to Mrs. Douglas for her service. one new member, Mrs. James Bolyard. Guests who were introduced were Mrs. Woody Gurley, Miss Jane Ebert, Mrs. George Harvey. and Mrs. Douglas reported on the junior clubs' convention in Baltimore. The balance in the Maryland junior treasury was used to purchase television sets for Spring Grove and Eastern Shore State Hospitals. Awards received by the Cumberland juniors at the Maryland., Federation's 58th annual Park, is a medical palienl convention were: Certificate of Memorial Hospilal 100 per cent participation in na " tional and stale civic club pro gram, first prize to Mrs. C. M banner for table arrangements rize lo for oil painting' Laz- and P'«« <« Mr Madon Hull and Mrs. Walter Alexand. LaVale. returned from a two weeks' motor trip to Ihe east and west coasts of Florida , - limore, returned home after at- , , a patient in Memorial Hospital , Heart Hospital. >- Mrs. Marlenc Brant and Daniel nnr<1 . and Mrs. Betty Farrell pre- i- Kosmick, Baltimore, were week- se "'e<i <he slate and the election t. end guesls ol Mr. and Mrs. Syl- of officers will be held Tuesday • i/Petfr Ttuiacr Winn}mt-f *•>•« ~n~ n .i July 2. Delegates eleclcd lo Winchester Road. For the thrill of a lifetime-see and hear L Dial PA 2-iCOO for a WANT AD Taker MR. AND MRS JOSEPH M. WEBER Mr>AndMrsJosephM.WeberCircle4Be°iiis Observe 60th Wedding Event Delegates To ConvenlionSet ByLegionUnit Mrs. Emma Reid, vice president, presided in the absence of Mrs. {Catherine Smith Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Weber of 114 New Hampshire Avenue, observed their tiOlh wedding an- Sunday with a family id garnering, at their fflded the 7 a. m. Mrs. Harry chaplain. Delegates were named to the state convention in July. Work done during May in rc- labilitation amounted I child welfare $110. paid, br one over the quo 243. Mrs. Vogel reported approx- mately $450 realized on II e sale jiuiciy -?you luaiizea on lie sale T i - — —V — of Poppies on Poppy Day Th s I" 0 "?, Julj ; 26 ' 18?7 ' and camc to money is used entirely for re lhc Umtcd Stalps "' lllr< """ " f labililalion and child welfare. On behalf of Ihe Past President's Parley, Mrs. Ovclia Wai- Mrs. Mary Helen Lemon, Bal- kci '. parley chairman, presented , auxiliary a check for $57, to , e aer a- a cec or 5, o tending the graduation exercises De used for the Girl Slate proof her nephew. Leo George gram. An auditing committee Kotschcnreuther Jr., at Frost- consisting of, Mrs. Margaret Bitburg State Teachers College. linger, Mrs. Wilavene Griffith Mrs. Paul Haywood, Luke, is ™<l Mrs. Reid, was appointed It was announced, Fort Cum- t .. ... .ni.t.iiiiri in! Aiija|jii«ii, «i »> tu mmuuiicuu, r Oil l^UIll* Mrs. Albert Brant, 215 Avirett berland Unit had received a cita- Avenue, is a patient in Sacred ''on from Perry Point Hospital """* "»•"•:•••> tor outstanding contributions to 1 — — .-.»*..«*..,.£, ^-ullnluullullS WJ Mrs. Irma I.owcry, Potomac 'he hospital. The nominatingcom- '""'• : " - " : " ' " of Mrs. Vogel, rniltce consistin chairman, sirs. FASCINATING, SONT/UATJNG MARGf ,. >MEINWT | IN PERSONI Exciting radio/ TV and recording star. Featured at the Wurlitzer Organ and Piano! FREE! June 12-2 P. M.-Seiferts FREE! Also at Mt. Savage High School, June 11, at 8 p.m. 74 N. Centre St. Dial PA 4-2760 _ "Across from City Holl" u —_, —»,»,,« tu the dc- parlmcnt convention to be held in Baltimore. July 24 to 27 inclu- jsive, \vere, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Ma- jrie Kelly, Mrs. Pauline Smith Katherine Smith, president and 1 Dclcatcal i Delcgatcs-at-large are Ic nfrman ^ « **** IrfpnnrT t "' I • (department vice chairman » Mrs T of I Vogel. vice president of [Mountain District. Mrs. Vojel '\\as been appointed vice chair ;man of the convention by Mrs i Miriam Frcy, deparlmenl prcsi dent. Alternates elected include. Mrs. Myrtle Erode, Mrs. Martha Me Graiin. Mrs. Emily |Mrs. Margaret Bi'ltinger. Mr: Kelly announced the Past President's Parley will meet at her home tonight. Mrs. Edmiston won the monll ly prize. The Woman's Sport Club will hold ils first summer social Thursday, in the form of a dinner at Anton's Big Savage Mountain at 7 p. m. Cards will be played. .Miss Ann Lottig. Miss Hilda Ruehl and Miss Mildred Abbott comprise Ihe cotnmitlce of rangcmcnts. , with members of It. Finley Thompson, president », ""*"t; ,., u of " le w< ™™'s Society of Chris- Mr, and Mrs. Weber were mar- tian Service, extended ereetincs "" «r. The couple, parents of are still active, er managing his and Mrs with her has been in business ously since 1910. Irs. Weber was born in Ger- „ of the devotional. The circle was organized following the election of Mrs. H. M Shank as leader. The circle was> completed with appointments ot Weber being ac- the following: Miss Brown, Mrs. W. G. and Mrs. Perry Rosenmarkle, assistants: Mrs. Harvey II. nil recording secretary; Mrs. Georg ihe United Stales at the age of seven ivilh her parents, the late Bertha and.^Lawrence. Lueck, who located in Cumberland. Mr. Weber was born August 16, 1873, son of Nicholas and Catherine Weber, a pioneer family of Cumberland. The four living children are Miss Calherine Weber, at home; Mrs. William E. Mouse, city; Mrs. Hilda Richard, cily, and Mrs. Isabel DeLancy, Washington. The couple has nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. They youngest child, Paul Raymond Weber, died aboul Catherine Bar- fivc monti ' s a S°Events Briefly Noted Central Y Auxiliary will hold 6 p. mcel in the lodge hall makers Club will _, „ church service Saturday at 7:30 p. rn. at Prosperity Methodist Church, Pleasant Valley Road. The Ladies Auxiliary of Ellers- e Volunteer Fire Company will hold a rummage and bake sale tomorrow from U a. m. until 3 Jnion Grove homemakers will i hold a festival at (he camp! grounds tomorrow at 5:30 p. m. I •, Elects, 'rogram circle 4 of the Woman's Society Service of Centre Hadassah Will Close Season At Luncheon Cumberland Chapter of lladas- sah will close ils season with a >irthday luncheon at Ihe Cumberland Country Club tomorrow at 12:30 p. m. Inslallalion of new officers and chairmen will be in charge of Mrs. Daniel Lowy who will use he Mantle ceremony. The new officers are Mrs. Richard Wilier president; Mrs. Arthur j'riedland, Mrs. Harvey Dezen, and Mrs. Adolph Hirsch, vice presidents; Mrs. Robert Dezen, -ecordjng secretary; Mrs. David Klein, corresponding 'secretary; Mrs. Harry Stein, financial secretary; and Mrs. Harold Hirsch, -•asurer. Mrs. Artolpli Hirsch will give he report of Hie outgoing president. . ' A program "My Fair Sadie," will be given under the direction of Mrs. Albert Eskin and nar- •aled by Mrs. Kriedland. Mrs. Louis Lutz will play the leading "olc. Others in (lie cast are Mrs S'orman Kline,. fllrs. Harvey aezen, Mrs. Sarnucl Jacobson, and i\lrs. Maurice Milbcre. The ehoms is comprised of Mrs. ^oberl Gerson, Mrs. Walter 3rock, Mrs. Leonard Schwab and Urs. Harold Waingold. Miss Rebecca Danlzic will be piano accompanist. Mrs. Harvey Dozen Is in charge of reservations for the luncheon and Mrs. Richard Schwab is iii charge of scenery. Elizabeth McCreery ,h lh B ' lreas " rcr - M ' own - < ie TOtional man; Mrs. Perry Rosenmarkle and Mrs. Vernon Wade, mea] planning and dining room; Mrs. Charles Heller, sunshine; Mrs.. Eleanor Thompson, pianist; ArrsT S. Paul Mclilfish, chairman of callers, with Mrs. Harvey Hill Mrs. Virgil Harlsock, Miss Anev; Hiser, Mrs. Andrew Ilager, Mrs W. A. Strothers and Mrs. J. M Eichelberger, assistanls. A rummage sale was planned for August 29. •Refreshments were served by Mrs. Thompson assisted by Mrs W. I. Burton, Others present were Miss Bessie Edwards, Mrs. John J. Lighter, Mrs. Witwer Richards Mrs Carl Mclnlyre, Mrs. Harry Simp' son, Mrs. John Dodd Mrs F R Stitcher, Mis. W. A. Strothers' and Mrs. William Wolfe. Plan Open House -,-cmrai Y Auxiliary will hold KEYS ER — Mr. and Mrs. Har- dinner meeting Thursday at Iy .., T3 y' or . 241 Mozelle Street, p. m. at Central YMCA. ™ l holti °P cn house Friday from 3 (o 5 and from 7 lo 3 p. m. j n observance of their twenty-fifth The Ladies Aid Trimly Lutheran Church will hold a strawberry festival Thursday from 7 until 3 p. rn. in the youlh Received Degree Mrs. Charles , was graduated! from the University of Maryland! Collegiate School of Nursing with! a Bachelor of Science degree Sal-| urday. Her parents and brothers. Waller Jr. and Hugh McKenzie, attended the exercises. , *» ca ' ' rohlcni Arises GREEN BAY, Wis. «i — The local Assn. \)f Commerce park-: ing and traffic committee hastily adjourned its meeting recently when the vice chairman announced that parking facilities was Ipcslppned. main Moor V Take rt wrth and sun Safely this summer se n . J2.0o$350, plus It's hush-hushl BAREAM UWRENCE. c, «,„,,„ "JOtDSKOTIT.ABJMrl ii [Him mis It's hush-hush, a closely guarded secret, the nrlful blend of!6 choice grain and vcgelablc flours in Hollywood Special Formula Bread. A wonderful tnsto treat...meal after mealafter meal. So sensible, too. since it's toted u-ithout shortening. Insist on the genuine. FREE! Stnd postcard for Haltrwaod Diet and Cll&ne Guide Auttiorill- ti»e PfoFatelr illustrated. Aduim U'.ita tlii. foow. ttonroe Slretl. tnitajo 3. Illinois. nituilrtlr fOR YOU be The Schmidt Baking Co.] Under tiwnie by Nilfonil BjKers J MMM Seivkej, Inc., CliJU£ci Mrm^SJ The combined missionary societies of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will meet al 7:30 p. m. tomorrow in the church. Beth Jacob Woman's League will meet today a. 8:15 p. m. i.. (he vcslry. A social will follow. Refreshments will be served. Camper Club Dance Draws 150 Couples The Allegany Camper Club held ils annual dance in honor of the graduating class of Allegany High School at the Clary Club, Wednesday evening. Approximately 150 couples attended. Refreshments were served. Music was provided by Ihe John Rilchey's orchestra. The dance committee chairman vas Mrs. Paul Marriott, with Mrs. John Zink, co-chairman. Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eiclmer, Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Long, Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, John Voder, Lua S. Syckes. president of the eliibT" Eugene SliawTVirginia AT Jenkins, Betsy Ross Rankin, Paul J. Cuba, Chester Payne, and Mrs. Droze Zembower.'were cliaperoncs. Daughters Of The Nile Will Hold First Meet Re Temple 118, Daughters of the Nile, will meet today at 8 p.m. at the AH Ghan Shrine Country Club. Mrs. Ann Bennett, Queen, will preside. This will be Ihe first general meeting of the temple since its institution May 13. BINfCV (o great little guy who loves G. L. 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