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Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Cumberland, Maryland Joy Paupe is president of la Vale Century club Lavale Century club in stalled officers and received reports during the annual Spring dinner meeting tues Day at the Ali Ghan shrine de a skit featuring the Apple Sisters seedy and Corey mrs Naomi Pat Tosh charter member and first club mrs Joy president the club was the invocation and conducted no nored during the evening 11 Happy birthday was Sung to Guild to Mark Patricia Emerick elected anniversary in August receives i to awards the Brief business session mrs Edith Mcmannis announced that the toll House on mesday Friday and sunday afternoons from 1 to 4 pm beginning on june 2 until sept 29 it will be open Only on sundays during the month of october Century club members will be hostesses for Tours of the historic building reporting on the Spring Flea Market mrs Nancy Drewry co chairman said it was a Hugh Success there were 90 merchants Selling everything admitted resulting in a Gross profit of about which will go to the scholar ship fund of the club the dub again will hold the annual Christmas caravan in november All proceeds going b to the Lavale Library fund inst Siaw of officers was conducted by mrs Helen Hea Cox they Are mrs Paupe president mrs Drewry mrs Patricia Menges first and Sec Ond vice presidents mrs Martha Martin mrs Valena Hager recording and corresponding secretaries mrs Dorothy Radcliff treasurer m r s Frances Sensabaugh mrs Ellen Rue toll House Board mrs Edith Loffert announced the Bill to Levy a special tax of 5c per property valuation on the residents of Lavale for the support of the Lavale Rescue squad was passed by the general As Sembly and signed by Gover nor Mandel it will be submitted for referendum at a special election in the fall she urged All the members to sup port the Bill in order to assure continued ambulance service for Lavale and surrounding communities the program was Given by mrs Sally Barmoy and mrs Lenna Leeson who entertained with original songs and jokes and led in audience participation songs they also present her and she was presented a Large decorated cake follow of she seated with a life membership in the club in recognition of her continued interest and work in the club since its be ginning in february 1952 she also received an inscribed Gold Charm commemorating the event a life membership and Gold Charm also was presented to mrs Karilyn Newman she was an Active member of the club for Many years her Hus band is retired and they Are now residing in Hillsboro Beach Florida in her absence her gift was presented to mrs Macmannis special guests were mrs were Betty Cox mrs Pauline presidents of the woman civic club and the Junior civic club mrs Hea Cox past Western District president past state treasurer past president of the civic club and presently on the staff if the Maryland club woman past presidents introduced were mrs Tosh mrs Stair mrs Vera Mckenzie and mrs Helen Price pots of petunias were used for table decorations and awarded As door prizes the head table has a Centrepiece of White carnations White and Green mums and Green rib Bons the club colors there were 61 members and guests present mrs Dorothy Falco mrs Kay Williams and mrs june Walburn were the hostesses american legion auxiliary will sponsor poppy Day Sale today at 9 pm following it refreshments will be served the girl scouts Selling them Tammy Llewellyn is miss poppy for the Wesleyan service Guild of Trinity United methodist Church Westernport began planning for the 31st anniversary dinner and received re ports at a meeting in the Home of mrs Okey Michaels the dinner is to be held in August mrs Harry Biggs presided and noted the annual Retreat has been set for october 19 20 at Jacksons Mill by the spiritual life committee of the West Virginia conference details of the Spring District meeting at Kingwood w a were Given mrs Orvel Kazlo District chairman gave an executive meeting report Indi Cating that the Terra Alta Kingwood and Piedmont guilds would hostess the reception at the w a Confer ence at Potomac state col lege under the direction of miss Phyllis Adams a special musical Medley of spirituals was Sung by Marilyn Snyder contralto the main address you really winged them was Given by mrs James Howard she invited members to join in a learning Vaca Tion at the july school of missions at w a Wesleyan College Buckhannon where the course will include a Bible study on romans India and Law and Justice a panel discussion of the Atlantic City no jurisdiction meeting was presented by delegates mrs Orvel Kazlo and mrs Kenneth Clary with mrs James Howard serving As Moderator an informal question and answer period followed the program was arranged by mrs Joseph Martin mrs Kenneth nine or and mrs John Seymour were welcomed As new members mrs John Shaw and mrs James Howard Piedmont a pcs pro Grom chairman were guests the closing prayer was led by miss Katherine Crawford refreshments were served by mrs Okey Michael mrs Homer Michael mrs George Dadisman and mrs Loretta Wilkinson hostesses Twenty seven members attended i Omicron chapter Beta Sigma Phi had a special pro Gram at the meeting tuesday at the Home of mrs la Verne Hankins the order of the Rose was conferred on miss Patricia Emerick in recognition of her 15 years member ship in the chapter the eight members who have received it and one new pledge officiated each wore a different color dress designating a part of the ritual miss Emerick also was in stalled As president serving with her Are mrs Harriett Patterson vice president mrs Doris Nicholas mrs la Verne Hankins recording and corresponding secretaries mrs Essie Shanholtzer treasurer mrs Charlotte Lewis City Council representative and mrs Bette Adam alternate on behalf of the chapter miss Barbara Henry presented a presidents Gavel to miss Emerick who also was awarded the 1971 girl of the year during the Brief business session plans were discussed for the june meeting which will be the annual party it will be june 6 at the Home of mrs Virginia Eyler Holland Street meetings will resume the end of August the program consisted of japanese Flower arrangements by mrs Patterson she gave a 1 Short history of japanese Flower arrangements and demonstrated several styles a life membership was Given to mrs Ruth Barry who has returned to the sorority and will become Active in i Omicron attending were two guests mrs Dorothy Kight and mrs Judy Dehart other members present were mrs Shirley col Lins mrs Irene Dayton mrs Inez Frey mrs Frances Frank mrs Virginia Greggs miss Betty Roemmelmeyer mrs Margaret Hamilton miss Phyllis sterner mrs Loretta Smith miss Clannah mat thews mrs Alpha Barb miss Margaret Smith mrs Martha Vanhorn mrs Ruth Jane Watson and mrs Eyler reservations due june 2 reservations for the Allegany county Lay health Volunteer anniversary Obser Vance Are to be made by june 2 with mrs Lester Mcgill mrs Jennie Grahame or miss Pereni Grassie members in local areas Are asked to make them with local chairmen or the health nurse the 25th anniversary will be observed in conjunction with the membership meeting it will be at the Ali Ghan shrine club june 8 with a Buffet at noon officers will be elected during the business session the committee on arrange ments is composed of mrs Mcgill general chairman special guests and recognition mrs Grahame and miss Grassi table programs mrs James Armstrong and mrs Harry Grimes table decorations and favors mrs Harry Bender and mrs Catherine Roland invitations mrs Mcgill and mrs Baisi Evans other committee members Are mrs Raymond Chaney and mrs Toby Durst the Council was formed in 1947 in the Cresaptown school health Cester by miss Margaret l Morrissey state health nurse in the area in cooperation with the late or Winter r Frantz stale health officer and miss Myra Nefflen principal of Cresaptown Junior High school Retha Agnone is elected club the mount Savage Home makers club elected two officers during the meeting conducted by mrs june Neder in the Guild room of St George Church airs Retha Agnone was chosen president and mrs Neder treasurer after Roll Call of what color Means to me mrs Minnie Lashley explained colors to live with she stressed know ing the color language and Home furnishing trends mrs Mary Deffenbaugh talked about colors in everyday Liv ing using examples of blend ing and Matching colors in her Home gardening was the topic on which mrs Alice Carney spoke she stressed the advantages of rain to her Gar Den the county fair committee reported a workshop will be held june 15 at 11 am each s to bring a Sandwich it will be at St George Hall five members reported attending the Spring luncheon at Clarysville inn a routine report was Given by mrs Helen Mercer god be with you till we meet again and Bells of St marys were Sung by the group group has program a program featured the meeting of the Friendly group held at Frost Village recreation Center Frosburg it included a piano Solo by mrs Marie James a play is my hat on straight presented by mrs Mary Mcluckie mrs Margaret Walsh mrs Cornelia Lancaster mrs Clara Vogtman mrs Alvenia Cole mrs Ruth Custer and mrs Elizabeth Workman Cumberland news saturday May 27 1972 t Betty Harritan named head of White Rose Circle officers for the new year were elected during the lunch Eon meeting of the White Rose Circle of re Temple 118 daughters of the Nile con ducted by mrs Sara Linsday at the Ali Ghan shrine club mrs Betty Harman was elected president mrs Gladys close vice president mrs Ann Bennett Secretary mrs Anna Reed treasurer and mrs Norma Lea Bosley Chap lain plans were made for the Queens annual card party and luncheon which will be held on july 19 at the Ali Ghan shrine club the luncheon will be at pm i social Chart i the annual memorial Day dinner will he held today at Centerville United methodist Church beginning at 4 pm James p love unit the Al Fidel club Spring dinner dance will be tonight at Clarysville inn a round and Square dance sponsored by the Flintstone fire company will be held tonight with music by Stoney and his Rythma Ramblers followed by cards committees were appointed for the card party table prizes mrs Bennett door prizes and table favors mrs Bosley tickets mrs Ethel Zimmerman and mrs close silent auction mrs Laura Murray and mrs Reed sweets table mrs Mary Fisher and mrs Virginia Ryan publicity mrs Lindsay All past Queens will act As hostesses mrs Harman will be general chairman Cash discount at Potomac Home furnishing Bedford Road open monday and Thim Day til 9 pm new candies and Candle rings love our prices Ueen Glass 505 National Hwy Lavale my free parking for Cool summer walking casuals famous brands we have them All stacked heels wedgies Flats sandals 119 Baltimore to downtown Cumberlan Ann Landers answers your problems dear Ann Landers my husband and i Are in a difficult spot our son writes that they Are coming to visit they Means our son and his Girlfriend who have been living together for the past year without the Benefit of clergy we have been trying to keep the lines of communication open but we cant go along with the premarital sex philosophy to the extent of permitting it under our noses How shall we respond to our sons letter St Louis impasse dear so Tell your son you Are Happy that he and his girl Are coming to visit but youd like to know what he has in mind regarding sleeping arrangements make your wishes Clear in this regard i have no unmarried Chil Dren but i can tee you that there would be no shacking up of single people in our House regardless of what the couple did elsewhere be plea Sant when you write and offer to put the girl up with friends or relatives nearby or in a hotel and let your son know you expect the Young lady to have meals with you Etc dear Ann both my parents passed away last year i was left with a business to run the family summer special Fen oven onners make clean if a sup now Only 95 when oven becomes soiled just replace aluminium foil fitters automatically timed oven and appliance outlet High Speed adjustable broiler control convenient Plugin surface units with infinite heat selection extra storage in lefthand compartment and drawer other electric ranges 2 big stores to serve you l 9 n Centre St Winchester Road Housa and two younger Brothers to care for i am Only 22 but More mature than most Guys my age three months ago i married a girl 19 i told her i would have to spend several even Ings working and that i had the responsibility of my Brothers aged 15 and she didst have any complaints before we got married but now Shes singing a different tune she wants me to sell the business move to the coast and let my kid Brothers manage on their own Ive tried to make her understand that i feel right about it she says she is More of a housekeeper than a wife that she didst expect so much laundry and so much cooking i realize its hard on a Young Bride to Start out with two teenagers in the House but these kids need me if it comes to a Choice what should i do Rockford problem dear Rock Tell your wife you cant abandon your Brothers until they Are old enough to care for themselves its up to keep her bargain or leave dear Ann Landers this afternoon i had Coffee with a woman i went to High school with i remember How Bright and attractive she was i was certain shed make a great Success of her life about myself i want so sure now 20 years later she tells me what a mistake she made when she quit College in her Sophomore year to take a Job and put her husband through Law school she worked like a dog postponed hav ing a family did everything under the Sun to take the pressure off him he was a Brilliant student Law review partial scholarship she was always in the background six months ago her husband asked for a divorce so he can marry a female attorney my Friend said How can i com Pete with her its impossible we talked a Long time and out of that talk came this message a woman who denies herself a College Educa Tion so her husband can have one is a fool they should both go to school and both Par time if that the Only Way they can manage it i feel sorry for my Friend and others in her position they thought at the time that their generosity and unselfishness would pay off in the Long run of what fools we mortals be sad observer dear sad the advice you have suggested is precisely what i have said time and time again you however have said it better thank you dont flunk your chemistry test love is More than one set of glands calling to another if you have trouble making a distinction you need Anns Booklet love or sex and How to Tell the Dif Ference a Long self addressed stamped envelope with your request and 35c in Coin to this newspaper Fri publisher shall Syndicate w Charlotte Visuer Telephone of she won t make you pay for your mistakes if you Are making a Long distance can you can dial it direct yourself and save but what happens if you dial a wrong number nothing dont worry just Call the operator right away and explain what happened Well make sure you dont get charged for a Call you didst want to make so dial it yourself and people need to talk to each other people help Telephone do not apply to Coin credit card collect person person and hotel West Calls or to Calk charged to

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