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Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Cumberland, Maryland Aka is Lalli the ladies auxiliary to veterans of for cow 1411 held a joint with the Jiosi no the Home left to Rii Jln seat Lare mrs Lee Sites president and mrs Grace Cross officer Stem Titi Iii Gold it Iriti conduct Ress mrs Helen finer a engr vice president Ami mrs Clam Man t Retti no a big miness session will be held june h social Chart Patricia Spearman Heads county medical assistants Allee any county historical society will hold is first open House of the season for the general Public Tomor Row from 1 until 4 pm at his tory House 218 Washington Street a special memorial service will be held at the meeting of the Valley Road homemakers club at Central Myca june 1 at pm ursuline alumnae will Hon or the graduates at a break fast tomorrow following the mass a mass for de ceased members of the Alum Nae will he at 7 pm today a homemakers workshop will be held tuesday at St Pauls lutheran Church be ginning at 10 am Centerville methodist Church will hold its annual Chicken dinner monday from noon until 2 pm a round and Square dance will he held at Corriganville fire Hall tonight with music by Lou Plummer and the Marylander Bible school dates set plans for the vacation Bible school june 1317 were announced at a meeting of the of Maple Side Church it will be under the direction of with mrs Florine Taylor chair Man scholarships available and information on choosing colleges also were reported mrs Doris Proudfoot pre sided members were remind the slate of officers was presented at the dinner meet ing of the Allegany Carrel county medical assistants held wednesday evening at Clary club following a cock Tail hour mrs Mary Crock presided miss Patricia Spearman was elected president mrs Patricia Taylor vice presi Dent miss Margaret Lewis recording Secretary m i s s Brenda Anderson correspond ing Secretary mrs Gertrude Billuni treasurer mrs Crock mrs Harlene Hasenau Euther and mrs Virginia Keller executive committee final plans for the slate seminar were discussed it will be held june 19 at the Ali Ghan shrine club from 1 to 6 pm with time out for Din Ner the speakers will be trial magistrate k Alan weather Holt or Leslie Miles Lona coning or Albert Marsh and or Abdul Hashim a report was Given concern ing the sixth annual meeting of the Maryland association of medical assistants held april 30 in Baltimore at that time mrs Gertrude Gillum was elected vice president miss Anderson county Delegate for the Ber meeting with miss Lewis alternate local members named state chairmen Are mrs Gillum Constitution and bylaws mrs Crock and miss Brenda Joyce membership and mrs Crock publicity july 27 was selected As the Mary Kirk elected by chapter women of the Moose Chap Ter 914 elected officers for next year at the meeting thursday evening at the Lodge they will take office in july mrs Mary Lou Kirk was elected senior Regent mrs Keith Gellner Junior graduate Regent mrs Isabelle Hart Man Junior Regent mrs bet to Cowden chaplain mrs Homona Richerson recorder and mrs Florence Wolfe trea surer an Academy of Friendship chapter night will be held at the regular business session june 9 at 8 p m mrs Marie Payne is chairman mrs Jean Carcella and mrs Lona crab tree Are to be enrolled As members the Board of offi cers will meet at p m the attendance award was won by mrs Merrill Beale mrs Kirk won the the evening mrs Smith Heads class Max Raymond a mlle was chosen president of tue Weld Iii rent kiss of Nerv Street Churchi following i it the Ali Mian shrine club Oiler officers ire mrs Char Les Kyler vice president miss Margaret Vlf Sirr Ilary mrs in rat recording Secretary my mrs Hoscoe Mickl Fisli treasurer the invocation was Given by Louis Leniek Hagar Sang ill never walk alone and with mrs Ann Corner at he piano the jut Ler also Pla cd a Chopin num Ber nil Lihsi Ramc mrs Kilts Kroc Mui give the Hen rid Dijon others attending were mrs vermin cosi mis James Duff mrs Charlesk rim in mrs Charles Statler mrs Elise mrs Norman White mrs Arthur cordon mrs Raymond mrs Herbert Lehr mrs Jessie i mrs Lack Lynn Cox mrs John Panicker mrs chutes Romine mrs Georgic Wolf Ord mrs Marv Alice Weller mrs Gcorge lir own mrs Leo Leasure mrs Hubert ibid Cliffe mrs wornian Scribner mrs Hoberg Alstetter or Choryo Durst mrs Lames Haget mrs Lynn Walki mrs Robert Kyler and mrs Byron Kight to celebrate Golden wedding in Celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary or and mrs Caleb if alien Hynd Man will have an open House sunday from 2 until 5 and 7 to 9 pm in the United Church of Christ Parish House they were married by the late Hev James Moffatt in first presbyterian Church Cumberland and Are the parents of three children mrs Wilma War Cham Martinsburg a Caleb h Allenjr Pitts Burgh and the late mrs Helen Smith they have seven grandchildren a son of the late or and mrs Caleb w Allen Hinton w is or Allen is a retired passenger Engineer for the mrs Allen daughter of the late or and mrs Levi Shafier Hyndman is the Hyndman correspondent for the time news a Chicken and Ham supper will be held at Patterson Creek fire Hall from 5 to 7 to night cd of the annual meeting in lager town May 27 routine reports were Given note cards a Tate for a panic for members tac Unn with the picture of the Church Only being sold by the my Yvere shown the slate of officers was accepted and installation will be sunday it was announced that mrs Katherine Durbin is the key woman to the Hoard of child care a pledge service dreams and realities was presented by mrs Dorothy fans concluding the meeting refresh ments were served by mrs Lillian Dom and mrs Mable Jones secrets of Charm by John Robert Powers Only attending were mrs Gillum mrs Mabel Young mrs has senic Uhr mrs Dorothy mull mrs Keller miss Anderson miss Spearman and miss mar Sha Wagner the Rainbow girls will have installation at 730 tonight at the Temple at skin troubles the difficulties which beset Young skins Are not to be taken lightly both serious problems such As acne and the lesser sudden eruption on Chin or nose can when mishandled result in permanent scars for outer cleanliness Here Are important rules 1 be c m Ward National radio speaker for revival time1 inter National radio voice of the assemblies of cod in person Are wide revival times crusade first Assembly of god Sefc Road 36 Lonaconing my nightly pm May 31 june 3 All Welcome listen gospel echoes 5iturdiys 560 on radio dial Chat e hot pastor Ann Landers answers your problems dear Ann Landkas the letter from the 16yearold girl whose parents could not afford to get her Teeth straightened struck both my husband and me As very interesting our daughter is also Iri we afford to get her Teeth straightened either hut we did it anyhow at considerable sacrifice we wanted Carol to have every Chance in life we Felt we should do everything in our Power to give her Confidence the braces came off last week and now Carol has a Radiant smile but did she say thank you mom and dad1 even once during the circe years that we have been pay Rig fat Den inf Bills kor get it the thing is that Carol is not alone this letter could have been written by the parents of thousands of teenagers All Over the country they Are Ali selfish and Cribby Jurati tudo int the in thing thex Days even when the gifts run into thousands of dollars please print my letter and your comments in mire other parents would a interested mrs Mary c dear mrs did you and your husband put braces on carols Teeth so she would say thank you mom and Dpi or because you didst want her logo through life with crooked Levirt one of these Days Carol will say you mom and dad and do vim know when hat will he when she Chil Dren of Ber own dear Ann and Kos 1 am a widow in my Middle sos my father was an in glib pro Fessor and my husband was n polished gentleman too our children were caught manners from the Cradle they grew up graciously and married Well 1 have been going with a widower for almost two Vears mostly widows like myself j had always thought this Man considered me Only a pleasant person to escort to civic and social affairs when he asked me to marry him i was sur prised the problem is this the Man is very successful in business Hes self made and like most businessmen who came up the hard Way he talks about him self a great Den he lacks the social graces of my late Hus band and his grammar leaves much to be desired i hold in executive position and frankly i worm hesitate to introduce him to some of my better friends on the positive Side he is congenial a nonsmoker a non Drinker and is a person of Good character what do you think cant Makk to my mind dear Mats can make to your mind do or self made a big favor and say no i would Hope that be would then ask a woman who will introduce him to her hotter friends it would lie a dirty trick to marry a Man you obviously consider inferior hed be mis Erable and you would be miser Able Ion dont do it confidential to victim of incl stick agree that some Alimony raps Are unjust but this comes under the Lividini of the High of Leavins tin Law must favor the legally wed and not the illicit lovers you said wanted him More than anything in the world so now have him Dennl nun Plain no teen Iger is As confident a lie appears let clued in Send for Ann Landers Liu Omro dating Dos and fonts enclosing with your request is in Coin and a Long self address de stamped envelope in 1 a Nilert will Uil in Ullh Nui 1iphlrim Srmst in her m i str of rur Livin fore applying fresh makeup and before washing your face always remove cosmetics with a cosmetic Cleanser 2 Wash your face at least twice daily oftener if there is any excess Ive oiliness with a lather of mild soap applied with Finger lips or complexion Brush using cupped hands rinse with Clear tepid water until your skin squeaks to your Totich Pat dry your bloodstream is also an important Cleanser of impurities that Cloud the skin Yon will Aid it in this vital work if you my steer away from fats Ami sweets consume a generous share of Green and yellow vegetables fruits milk and water 31 let plenty of exercise fresh air and Sun in spite of these precautions acne May appear if it does take Comfort in the knowledge that it would be More severe had you not followed the above precautions faithfully when acne develops consult your doctor immediately self treat ment is not to be trusted and tinkering can i great lasting harm when an eruption occurs it is Safe and effective to follow ibis routine before retiring and after your face is sunday clean compress to the spot a sterile pad wrung out in the hottest water that you can handle renewing the water As necessary continue for ten minutes Pat dry if the ski is unbroken do with lotion if it is ruptured dab for several seconds with a slinging Antiseptic Only operate in the direst instances then encase your hands in White Rotten gloves which you have boiled use Only your fourth fingers for expressing the offender and immediately apply an Antiseptic careless less in skin clean sing is tile greatest sin against complexion Beauty i Flagg ing Legrd for the rules Given above will keep the skin of Matil or Matron As skin Oil and flawless As nature intended he has other women friends Short sets adv nor shopping Center 7292230 3the Cumberland news saturday May 28 1966 Centre St society installs installed officers no tin luncheon Ine Ethus ire mis Willif in Lames president mid mrs his tire mrs Allut hush i Tirc president mrs All Rrt Mutigli to Eusner j to the on tit mid Nul held before the sum hut a refs be Ted Liagund runs Iii melt Daniti offer in Neil mrs Lou Mould Iet Niue in prenuptial beautification slogan Shower is contest is extended Given mrs Joseph Ruffo entertained for miss Marianne Chap Man with a miscellaneous Shower and prenuptial party it held it her Home wednesday evening mrs Hay 1ak in mrs Vincent Miltenberger and or Kung were co hostesses games featured the entertainment a daughter of or and mrs John a Chapman Lavale the Honor guest is the Fiancee of Dennis w Smith son of or and mrs Chirles g Smith pm Hill top me their wed Ding will take place at 1 pm june 11 at a nuptial mass in is Peter and Pauls Catholic Church invited guests were mrs Malhew Campbell mrs Paul George mrs Blake Buckel mrs Joseph Harvey mrs Mil nor Mckenne mrs Michael Gorsuch mrs James Petlig mrs William Lee mrs Henry Wintermyer mrs Kwecis Irwin mrs John fore mrs John Bender mrs Charles Smith mrs John Chapman miss Mary Aanes Helmstetter miss Barbara miss Nancy Lakin Monica and Elisa rung mrs Clyde Houpt mrs Flint Huffman mrs Richard Reid mrs Neil Cook and miss Tina Bell Cook Flower cuttings will be exchanged a 4h demonstration will he Given and miss Mary Wise will speak at the meet ing of Spring Gap homemakers june 1 at 7 pm at the Home of mrs Joseph Sieger in appreciation of cooperation in the slogan and Symbol contest the Cumberland beautification committee decided to extend the contest to August mrs Lee conducted the meeting at City Hall thursday evening the contest for the greater cum Berland area is open to any one interested entries May be submitted to mrs Pfrogner 827 Buckingham Road or at the chamber of Commerce office the group went on record As wanting Cumberland included in the canal restoration program it also Dis cussed improvement of the appearance of the buildings on Baltimore Street abandoned for the Urban renewal project a letter was sent to the mayor and City Council concerning rescheduling collection of garbage in the Down town area so it would not be out on the curb Over the week end when travellers come through a letter of appreciation was recital Given a program of solos and duets was presented by students of mrs Robert Blanchard piano class in memorial Heights Baptist Church White Oaks taking part were Rebecca fielder Jon fielder Patricia Breighner Delores Breighner Karen Plummer Georgia Himmelwright Naomi Himmel Wright Carol Swarthy april redhead George Leo Lear Cynthia Blachard Mary Blanchard and mrs Harold Cookerly Coren on Bridge Koch h Corky 1c by cd Icaria Briick q South vulnerable you hold Ako re of tort Aki 7 t the bidding has proceeded Norih Kast Smith West i a pass pass 3 a Pis what do you hid now q partner has ripened with one Spade and of bold a t 1 3 0 a k i a q 10 7 5 i what is your response q vulnerable As South you hold Akim t k i 7 a t Ai the bidding has proceeded South West a orb Kast 1 a pass v pass 2 v pass 3 a pass sulial do you hid now 4 Poth vulnerable As South hold a Fisfis Ems Fri tip a 7 tile bidding has proceeded Wresl North Kast South 3 a pts Whit do Vou hid q As South vulnerable you hold a q i c 5 0 k q j s i 3 a 7 j the bidding has proceeded North Kast South West i a pass 1 o pass i pass what action do you take q both vulnerable As South you hold Auto Floii i 101 aka fit the bidding has proceeded Uysel North Kast South 1 pass i a pass 2 it pass what action do you take q As South vulnerable you hold a k q 109c2 q7s a 7 l the bidding has proceeded North Kast South i a pass j 1 a 2 a r it pass pass pass what action Oit take j both Kiln Erab As South you hold a iofi2 n i k the bidding his inv ceded North Kast South West 1 a in 2 x pass 2 n r Pas Wiit Dii you bid now monday approved Loci in nit Ionilla ind for business ind government office employment summer school starts june 13 Cattini mans business school 123 South Centre Street Cumberland my sent to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad for repairing the Crossings As the committee had requested the next meeting will be june 23 Lavale girl scouts have Day at Camp Lavale Day at he Jan summer activities for Junior Jirl Seoul troops 21 and 120 and cadets of s3 with an overnight trip Kendrick Hodgdon principal of i Sav age school showed slides of animal life and conducted a discussion of the outdoors mrs Jack Mclarty showed slides of Bermuda and Nas Sau stars were observed and songs were Sung around a campfire the next Day the Flag Cere Mony was conducted by Karen Konrad Sharon Arnold Kebic Ca Brager Lisa Kay Katby Wilson Wendy West Man and Diane Furstenberg under the direction of mrs George Val Entine when Brownie troops 41 43 69 and Junior 128 arrived Gypsy observer and camper badge work was taught scavenger and snipe Hunts were held As Well As Trail laying and rope tying the program also included games and singing a program of songs and dra Matics was presented at the flagpole after which the Flag was lowered by Karen Brush Kathy Whitesides Patricia Hartig Chris Kirey Paillette Brewer Janet Walburn and Lois stable june s from 4 to 6 p m troop 120 will have a picnic and court of awards at the celanese Pool roller skating to finish the Junior Merit bad Ges will he june i from a in to noon at Iligio roller rink Day comp will he con ducted by mrs Nicky Mil Prada at Constitution Park june 1317 and establish eel will be in three ses Sions june it5 to july s july lit to july 22 and july 24 to August 3 mrs Ruby Adams is director Lavale Day at the Fiir will be August 2 from 1 t s p m with mrs Eugene Winters chairman others attending were Cynthia Hodgdon Miry Lane win Doii Iulah mrs Arthur wind ninth mrs Jester Whilem Des mrs William Winon mrs Anhert mis Hetty Winn mrs Thomi Kiley mrs for Curry mrs resell Muey and mrs finest Cetl officers installed and were present at i Iii ii Lic Dii meeting of a pcs of Centre Street Church itch Owen Osborne wis a Ficor my Aon Sloyer off Rcd the invocation mrs Edwird a Iti Chanan is president mrs Corman jetty or mrs George Becker vice presidents mrs will nun Hoover recording Secre tary and mrs c William Disley treasurer seer lines ire mrs Curtin u a r i s n c k social relations mrs los Coli Sloyer member ship mrs Glenn Marlio due Jijun mis Iii Klosch Campus ministry mrs Lairry b Williams assistant a mrs Emerson k Loar spiritual life mrs Chirles Nikuni a lentils mrs Walter Kiiji ply Erk mr1 Elmer i Lite Hiir Cli activities mrs George w Brown Sun Shine mrs Jlynn Mcc Mcfry publicity and printing Mist Virginia Dixon Guild coordinator miss in acc Steiner member at Inge mrs Karl Ite Hng music and mrs August Bicker pianist members of the 1007 nominating committee Are mrs Leslie Randall mrs r k Brockman mrs f m Marquis mrs James and mrs Ralph Circle leaders Are mrs William Ontal mrs a Olzer mrs Randall mrs Bruch Smith mrs John Ort mrs August kicker mrs k f Phillips and mrs Flommie life memberships were presented in mrs liar miss Marion Dennison mrs will iams and mrs Donald ult by mrs Mccreary a past president pin was presented to mrs soar and a president pin to mrs Buchanan a memorial service was con ducted by mrs hover for mrs Lucille Baumer mrs Minnie Simpson mrs Alex Wright mrs Hazel Bolyard mrs Mary Keiser mrs w l Price mrs Clara Elliott and mrs belly Beck attention was called to the luncheon june 2 at the Ali Ghan shrine club Al which time mrs Linda Wolfe Crank will speak about scar Rcpt College routine reports Wera Given and the budget presented by mrs Fay Mansfield my elects officers were elected and a panel discussion on Parent teen relations was held at a meeting of the Maple Side my recently Lindajean Dicken was elected president James Smith vice president Sherry proud foot Secretary sue Siebert treasurer Linda Hare out reach Jane Smith citizenship Cheryl Rowley Faith Kathy Perry Fellowship William Rowley witness and Louise Hare publicity members of the panel were mrs Frances Siebert mrs Glendora Poland William Rowley Pamela deter Sherry Proudfoot and James Smith nothing to buy when we Supply Fluffy germ free diapers at no More Cost than buying and laundering your own diapers se8vkz serving Cumberland Kevser Bedford Etc dial 7241850 for it will Muiir Organ course for beginners a Complete 6week course of Organ instruction for adult beginners on full size 2 keyboard organs All music materials professional class instruction and private practice facilities Are included in the Small fee Cloi Ici Are til convenient Day Norf evening Mouri fee for full course of lessons and materials enrol now phone or visit stir Organ instrument department childrens clue i available on saturday 75 n Centre St phone a 42760 open every Man t Thuri

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