Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 5, 1952 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 5, 19o2 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Bedford Road Homemakers "W7"*11 C C*l T Will sponsor bilver lea A number of guests were present j . at the covered dish supper and pro-1 DJ-/I rfrm -gram held by the Bedford Road:' ' u fr' al Homemakers Club last night at Zion Methodist Church, Bedford Road. • Mrs. Fred Roberts, hostess, intro- n Given duced the guests, Miss Evelyn Hutson, new county home demonstration agent; Mrs. Bertha Brotemarkle, Mrs. A. J. Wentz, Mrs. Carl Keiffner, Mrs. Charles Evans, Mrs. By The Women's Society of Christian Presbyterians Plan Family Niht Dinner The Women's Association of the Presbyterian Church will sponsor a "Family Night" dinner Sunday, March 23. hi the Lecture Hall, Mrs. Service of Calvary Methodist JE. W. Athey announced at a meet- Church, Ridgelcy. observed the ling Monday night. Missionary stu- Wor!d Day of Prayer with services 'dents from Princeton will be guests. at the church a recent night in was a j so announced that a union with the United Brethren ; meeting of the Western Maryland Ira Smith. Mrs. Paul Cessna, Mi&s, Evansriical church of Ridgeley.j Branch' of the Baltimore Prcsby- Juha Hencncks, Miss Charlotte ; SeVM . al vis i lors were present fronv terial will be held in Frostburg, Wagner, and Charles Oster. , the ^ B church of Ellersiie. j April 15. with the spring Presby- The theme. "Christ Our Hope," wax can-ied out with the program Mrs. Thomas Boyle presided at the business session at which a donation was voted to the Red Cross ; uncie! ." tne diction of Mrs. Eliza- and plans made for sponsoring a i bet - n -\veakley Calvary Church, and benefit, silver tea for the Home-l Mrf Roberfc B aker, U. B. Church, makers Chorus at the Bedford Road' Mrs Eliza beth Hammond was or- Fire Hall. April 3. from 2 to 4 p. m. aanist and accompanied Miss Norma The program included a playlet,; Spang i er and Mrs. Jane Phillips "Attending A Club Meeting," pre- j who san? a duet> sented by Mrs. Boyle, Mrs. W. O. i others assisting with the program Wolford, Mrs. William Pitzer. Mrs.j were Mrs _ A lta Arrington. Mrs. Hal- William Knisley, Mrs. Irene Grits-| Ue spangler, Mrs. Emma Ridgeley. man and Mrs. Forrest Miller. Mrs.! Mrs> Eleanor Perry, Mrs. Esther Lester Hendrickson led a discussion >r ax son. Mrs, Edith Swarner, Mrs, on "The Middle East." Mary Hoelzer, Mrs. Harry Bean, Music was under the direction of ! Mrs . Josephine Swadley. Mrs. Ruth Mrs. G. A. Wagner, and the host- , coffman and Mrs. Daisey Nelson. esses were Mrs. Charles Evans, Mrs. Robert Streett, Mrs. Russell Went- \Cminlf Fnlortniri or! ling and Mrs. P. E. Thorn. ^UU[JLt, L,!LILI lULIlKU Others attending were Mrs. E. L. /"),., Fagan, Mrs. Lestie McDermotc, Mrs. ^ li Mae Cameron, Mrs. Vincent J. Lindner, Mrs, Leslie Brinkman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wharton were entertained with a family Mrs. Estella Judy. Mrs. Ella Klavuhn, Mrs. Edith djnner recen tly on the occasion of Simon, Mrs. Estel Oster, Miss Violet their riftiet . h we ddin? anniversary McElnsh, Mrs. J. R. Earsom and at the home of t i leir gon and J daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ver- "jnon Wharton, Laing Avenue. 1 They were married February 19, : 1902, in the parsonage of Kingsley ! Methodist Church. j Mr. and Mrs. Wharton are the j parents of eight children and have one great- WASHERS Universal - Whirlpool WITrt PUMP EASY TERMS 77 BALTIMORE ST. 25 grandchildren and grandchild. terial In Baltimore, March 25. Reports were made by Mrs. G. L. Martin, Mrs, E. W. Offutt and Mrs. W. A. Britt. A vote of thanks wa.s given to Mrs. Carl Young, for her work in the group. She is leaving town shortly. Mrs. Albert Macy gave the devotional. T. L. Richards, a delegate of the Baltimore Presbytery to the General Assembly in Cincinnati, gave a report. Concluding the program the Heacox-Pierc-e Circle was hostess for the social hour. Sixty members- attended. Events Briefly Noted 500 SPRING SIGN by Burmel . . . Heavenly daisies and violets Hand Printed on a field of feathery cotton in all the new Fashion Colors. So delightful to give . . . and own. Hand Rolled Hems ... of course. 30h N. Centre St. — Phone 5968 A ham supper will be held by the Short Gap Fire Company and Ladies Auxiliary Saturday from 5 to 8 p. m. at the Pire Hall. The proceeds will go toward 1 the purchase of a new fire truck. Circle 9 of the W.S.C.S. of Centre Street Methodist Church will hold a rummage sale tomorrow in the church basement at 7 p. m. There will be a meeting or the members of the drill team of Queen City Grove 11, Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, tonight at 7:30 at Woodman Hall. A bake sale will be held Saturday at 10 a. m. at Garden's by the W.S.C.S. of Centenary Methodist Church. Junior Extension Club members will be guests of the Flintstone 4-H Club tonight at the Flintstone j High School. Happy Service Club will meet at 8 tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. Francis Warnick, 19 Weber Street. YMCA Auxiliary will meet at 2:30 jpjn. tomorrow at the Y with Mrs. IJohn J. Topper presiding. Art Needlework 47 North Liberty Street Over Turby's • Phone 5722 5PINNERIN YARNS * Candour • Worsted • Nylon New Needlepoint Piecei for Chair Seati & Footstools BUCILIA RUGS i YARN Burlap Rugx in all tlzvs. Tufted Rugt, Rug Frames. New line of Stamped Goods end Crochet Cotton. MTBICKS®, Greeting Cards — and — PARTY FAVORS Post Card Shop 25 N. Centre St. Homemakers County Board Maps Program The executive board of the Allegany County Council of Homemakers was advised by Miss Evelyn Hutson. home demonstration agent, at a meeting yesterday that the 1952 program will be conducted on a county-wide rather than an individual club basis. Copy for program books have been sent to the printer and will be distributed at an early date. Mrs. Holmes H. Cessna presided at, the meeting at which it was announced that "Citizenship" will be stressed at September and October meetings when the programs will include instructions in voting, selection of candidates and other ballot information. It is also planned to organize Civil Defense and first aid classes Recreation, nature and music qroups are to be combined in an all-day training course. The music group will have as its theme, folk songs and customs: the nature group will stress conservation of wild flowers and trees, and the recreation group will undertake improved recreation for clubs in general. The revised constitution was read by Mrs. Irene MacDonald and Mrs. Edward Lewis and Mrs. William Rilling. Union Grove Club, reported nn provisions of the county scholarship fund. The budget was presented and accepted. The 1952 program will also include landscaping and gardening. a school for the construction of tailoring and cotton dresses, musical teas, information on the use of detergents for home management chairmen, instruction on saving time in pressing, a course in making aluminum trays, two-day sewing machine clinics for home management leaders in July: lessons in nutrition and the cooking of meals easily and economically, and a training meeting by a family life specialist from the "university in September. Clubs will discuss color in the home for the home furnishing program in September, and will have their achievement days in November. Dates announced include: March 26. home management meeting: March 31. Short Course meeting; April 2, Civil Defense and health meeting: April 16, nature music and health meetings, and April 27 to May 3. National Home Demonstration Week. Musical teas will be held in March and April by the various clubs. The North Cumberland Club has arranged to present its tea March 21 at the home of Mrs. John Doro. 1136 Holland Street. A meeting of RWSC chairman will be held March 31 at the Central YMCA. Mr.s. John S. Cook announced. She outlined preliminary plans, including innovations, being made for this year at College Park and urscd club representatives to make an effort to main Allegany county's top attendance record. The Mt. Savage Club will sponsor an open house at "Evergreens" in June. It was also announced the county-wide picnic will be held in June and county "Achievement Day" in October. North Cumberland Club Will Sponsor Tea For Chorus Mar. 21 The North Cumberland Home-1 makers Club will sponsor a tea'/") March 21 for the Allegany Home- JY u/ce/l makers Chorus, according to ar-j^ rangements made at the recenti meeting of the club in the recrea-j tion room of the Fail-view Avenue | Methodist Church. The tea will be held at the home Mrs. James Byers, 354 Bedford Street, was hostess to members of the Queen Esther Bible Class of the of *Mr s r"jwn' JDora.'"u36~Holiand Fir f t Methodist Church a recent Street. Mrs. J. Prank Young will bel? l ? nt at her home. A social session The Literature Group of the Woman's Civic Club will be given a book review by David Nuzum. Potomac State School, at the meeting at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Public Library. Sunday School officers and teachers of First Baptist Church will meet at 6:45 tonight at the church. Fashion Unlimited... our silk taffeta shantung diess and suit dress. i A smart woman's way with spring's social graces. Wonderful under furs now ... on its own, later. in charge of refreshments. Mrs. C Raymond Burkey presided and opened the meeting with the Lord's Prayer recited in unison. She presented pins and certificates to members completing the Red Cross home nursing course. Mrs. James Orr, citizenship chairman, addressed the group on the importance of voting. Mrs. Lucile Roeder, commissioner of streets and public property, added remarks on the importance of women taking an interest in government. Birthdays of Mrs. Edwin Lilya and Mi-s. Thomas Hannon were recognized. Gifts of wash cloths were presented to them and the birthday song sung in their honor. Guests attending were Mrs. Anna LaPore, Mrs. Lauretta Fisher, Mrs. Louis Curl, Mrs. David Mateer, Mrs. J. A. Walters, Mrs. Carolyn Nixon and Susie kilroy. Hostesses for April's meeting will be Mrs. DeLisle Chaney, chairman, Mrs; H. L. Cornelius, Mrs. Charles Chenowith, Mrs. Frank Duvall, Mrs. G. William Eichner, Mrs. Ada Ebert, Mrs. Louis Firlie. Mrs. Armand Fanelli and Mrs. Charles Fisher. Personals Mr. and Mrs, Robert Carter and son. Robert, of Valley Road, returned home from Clearfield. Pa,, after being called there by the death of then- brother-in-law, E. Guy Brady. Mr. and Mrs. Brady have been frequent visitors here. Mrs. Catherine Bealky, 702 St. Mary's Avenue, is a medical patient at Allegany Hospital. Mrs. John Andrews returned to Baltimore after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lockard, Ridgeley, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews, 115 Utah Avenue. Mrs. Helen Crowe has returned to the home of H. B. Klosterman, LaVale, after being a, medical patient in Allegany Hospital. Mrs. Marshall Wolford, Martins Mountain, is a medical patient in Aliagany Hospital. Fairview Avenue WSCS will meet tonight with Mrs. J. A. Walters and Mrs. Jesse Baker hostesses. A card party will be ;;elc! at 8 tomorrow at the Bedford Road Fire Hall by the Ladies Auxiliary. followed. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. William Rudolf, Welch Avenue. Attending were Mrs. William Suder, Mrs William Rudolf, Mrs. Raymond Wertz, Mrs. R'ussel Zembower, Mrs. Andrew Phillips, Mrs. Charles Linaburg and Mrs. Leo Brannon. Mrs. Russell Guest At Stork Shower Mrs. Emily Russell was honored at a stork shower by Mrs. A. J. Russell and Miss Maxy Russell, 315 Franklin Street, at their home a recent evening. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Zora Martz, Mrs. Mary Kamauf and Mrs. Emily Russell. Decorations were carried out in pink and blue with a large umbrella covering the gifts. Refreshments were served buffet style. Guests were Miss Prances Russell, Miss Thelma Russell, Miss Shirley Hendrickson, Mrs. Zora Martz, Mrs. Wilma Atkinson, Mrs. Millie Kamauf, Mrs. Jessie Hendrickson. 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