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Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland news saturday october 311970 co preservation society discusses Skyway project Mittee of the Maryland historical Trust for the work it has done in researching and getting the papers filed in an Napolis to have historic landmarks in Allegany county placed in the National Register of historic landmarks future projects were discussed and reports Given at the meeting of the preservation society of Allegany county held at the Home of or and mrs Charles Johnson Hansrote Hill top drive it was decided the main project being the promotion of d e Mcdowells plans maps and specifications for history t Skyway he announced his plans were sent several months ago to the department of Interior National Park ser vice department of state roads smithsonian institution Rockefeller foundation and Maryland historical Trust plans also were discussed to have a National figure on preservation address t h e group the importance of hav ing the organizations Docu ments placed in a fireproof vault was discussed and Mem Bers asked to be looking for 2 place reports Are to be Given at the next meeting announcement was made of the hundreds of signatures obtained on petitions to be sent to the department of the Interior to have some funds present in the City of cum Berland for the plans submit Ted earlier by or Mcdowell they include the Queen City hotel the canal George Washington Headquarters tunnels under the episcopal Church history House and other local area landmarks a letter was read from the preservation group that saved fort Pitt in Pittsburgh to the effect that the entire City of Cumberland should be declared a historical landmark is soon As possible it was also pointed out that tourism has replaced the old fight for Industry in states and this is the possible reason for Cumberland finding it so hard to secure funds for preservation although areas Are ahead of Cumberland in this venture Many Are not As historic news articles from the new York times Washington Post and others were presented to show what is being done in those areas in their Restora Tion movement members decided that the society Send a letter of commendation to the local com november dates Are changed the ladies of the eagles chanced the dates of the no vember meetings during the business session conducted by mrs Waverly see Friday evening they will be novem Ber 4 and 18 at the latter one initiation will be held the Christmas party also was discussed miss Marlene Keating reported on membership and gave strive for Over goal As the theme mrs Ethel Myers reported the jewel Flag pins have arrived proceeds arc for the cancer fund a Bakeless bake Sale was planned it was reported that miss Isabelle Hartman is a patient in memorial Hospital and mrs Nellie Wright is in sacred heart Hospital it was suggested members Send cards and letters mrs Mary Stangle won the door prize appointed chairmen of the Midland homemakers club were appointed by mrs Elizabeth Hacker and plans for a Christmas Celebration were discussed during the meeting the chairmen Are mrs Elaine Miller and mrs Angela Kesner clothing mrs Hilda Rinker family life mrs Mary Jane thrasher mrs Hacker food and nutrition mrs Elizabeth Miller mrs Alma Winters Home furnishings mrs Audrey Buckalew mrs Delora Orr Home management m r s Elizabeth Miller mrs Ethel Elliott Art mrs Agnes Mcdonald music mrs Ruth Robertson mrs Naomi Kroll Reading mrs Virginia Steid ing citizenship and civil de sense mrs Pearl Blair mrs Hacker Community develop ment mrs Mcdonald mrs Pansy thrasher fair and exhibits mrs Elsie Durst mrs Alma Winters health mrs Elizabeth Miller mrs Ann Stakem Home and Yard beautification mrs w i 1 d a Rinker International relations mrs Willie Kroll mrs Helen Hughes membership and transportation mrs Blair and mrs Elaine Miller parliamentarian mrs Audrell Bampton mrs Naomi Kroll publicity mrs Pearl Alexan Der mrs Rose Mcmillan recreation and nature mrs thrasher and mrs Blair Rural women Short course mrs Mcmillan 4h representative mrs Orr mrs sliding safety mrs Elaine Miller and mrs thrasher Volunteer coordinator following the lords prayer was the pledge to the Flag two readings were Given by mrs Hacker halloween by Margaret Black and Days that make us Happy by Mary a Seldom routine reports were Given by mrs Mcmillan and mrs Miller Roll Call was answered by each showing her favorite head covering past or pre sent a donation of was voted for the National 4h Center expansion fund a demonstration on beef stroganoff was Given by mrs Elizabeth Miller it was used As the evening menu mrs Elaine Miller demonstrated Turkey for thanksgiving Center piece a Christmas workshop will be held in the Midland Church at 7 pm november 11 each member is to bring material and Exchange ideas for Christmas for the meeting november 18 each is to bring a favorite confection recipe to Exchange it will be at the methodist Church at the prior for the month was won by mrs Hacker 4h girls and the Leader mrs Jean Lancaster were guests Xio Micron chapter Asp to hold ritual nov 5 have a taste captains of the gourmet groups of the newcomers club met with miss Mary Wise univer sity of Maryland Extension agent Home economics for a special program miss Wise showed two films one entitled garnishes and the other foods from far aviary places Follo Vring the showings miss Wise served sugar and spiced nuts from a morning demonstration left to right Are mrs David Lodge mrs Frank Laparle mrs Frank Alimento miss Wise mrs Vernon Dejong and mrs Robert Sullivan the captains will pre sent the ideas at group meetings for the members to try annual service i Beta chapter selects november 6 n u project has installation the world Community Day service sponsored by the Church women United will be held november 6 an afternoon service will be held at 2 pm in Kingsley United methodist Church 242 Williams Street Rev John Park pastor of the Host Church will speak on use a key for tomorrow Educa Tion the evening service will be at Oclock at holy Cross United methodist Church Ridgeley Rev Ronald r win Terberg will be the speaker members of i Beta Chap Ter Beta Sigma Phi decided during the meeting tuesday at the Home of miss Martha Lee Heron Frederick Street to have officers serve one instead of two years officers installed Are miss Helene Schulz president mrs Vada Lester vice president miss Margaret Lester treasurer and miss Heron Secretary mrs Jeannine win Demuth was named alternate to City Council represent Ann Landers answers your problems its your looks that count Trust in the wig Shoppe Corner of Centre Frederick Sti wigs wiglets Falls so natural so inexpensive v so easy to care for refreshment Sale planned the ladies auxiliary of the Ellerslie fire company formulated plans to sell refresh ments at the auction today at the fire Hall starting at 11 Oclock mrs Olive june Schreyer presided at the business ses Sion it was announced that was realized from the Chicken Fry others present were mrs Lura Breese mrs Marie s i m p k i n s mrs Anna Emerick mrs Fay Leikem by mrs Betty Cunningham mrs Sylvia Bragg mrs Hazel Ryan liberated Junior fashions on the Balcony downtown 37 Hollo Rockir Harn the new Mark of Superior Quality and flavor in meat products dear Ann Landers several months ago i approached my doctor about a Vasectomy he said he would Send some material on the subject so i might better understand what i was asking a few Days later i received an envelope from planned parenthood these watchdogs of other Peoples business sent free of charge a form prying into my personal life they wanted to know How Many children we had their Ages my financial status Etc they didst ask Why we didst want More children but offered to re View my request if it was worthy of consideration they would direct me to a doctor and recommend that i have the operation i scribbled across the form that my personal life was none of their business and i hoped they would find something better to do with their time and funds Tell me Ann land ers what is planned Parent Hood doing in this act age of aquarius dear age the Chicago chapter of planned Parent Hood knows nothing of such forms and they Are As baffled As i please Send me a copy of the form and i will look into it planned parenthood is an extremely Fine National organization if some local Chap Ter is muddying the image the Board of directors wants to know about it dear Ann Landers i am writing in response to the woman who asked must a Parent die before his children appreciate him i am a teen Ager who is asking the same question in reverse does a kid have to die before his parents appreciate him i mean appreciate what he is not what they would like him to be if my parents love me it is because they brought me into the world and for no other reason they dont know j me Well enough to love me for i what i am because they dont i know what i am my parents j Are decent i people who like other decent americans want their daughters to graduate from College and have a degree so they can teach school if they should need to support themselves for their sons they want successful careers As doctors or lawyers i would dearly love to know my parents and have them know me but we live in Dif Ferent worlds and speak Dif Ferent languages Ive tried to scale the Wall that separates us but it is too High i make it North Shore dear North if you could peer through that Wall you would probably see two decent upper Middle class parents who Are also trying to scale the Wall they Are older than you and its a much tougher climb for them theres a door in that Wall youve passed dozens of times hut didst realize was in arc look for it and turn the Knob gently its open dear Ann Landers i Hope mount Everest the Guy who is g8 and feels like King Kong takes your advice stands tall my 15yearold kid sister is 6 i and still growing at age 12 she was he tallest person in school the poor girl was so miserable she was turning into Recluse last year a teacher talked some sense into her and now Shes Happy As a Clam look ing Forward to a career As a Model nothing has changed but her attitude glad for her dear glad and then i wrote its not what Hap pens to you but How you take it that counts thanks for giving me an Opportunity to say it again the brides guide Ann Landers Booklet answers some of the most frequently asked questions about wed dings to receive your copy this comprehensive guide write to Ann Landers in care of your newspaper enclosing a Long self addressed stamped envelope and in Coin 1070 publisher shall Syndicate natives Are miss Chuti and mrs Alice Apsey mrs Carolyn Griffin miss Ruth Lester and m i s s Margaret Lester Are on the social committee with miss Heron mrs Windemuth is Sunshine chairman the chapter voted to have operation Gateway As its project for the year a letter from the red Cross was read thanking the chapter for the s10 donation for ditty bags for the service men in Viet Nam i Beta has Given each year for the past five years reports on the card party Given by i Omicron were Given by the group which at tended miss Ruth Lester spoke of the Ceramic christinas tree she won As a door prize members were reminded of the City Council ritual to be held in the form of a Buffet november 5 at the Ali Ghan shrine club for the program miss Eleanor Albright showed film of her trip to Africa and crossing the Equator the Sun Shine gift was won by miss Margaret Lester James grif Fin was a guest for the pro gourmet group discusses activities mrs Richard Kirsch chair Man of the gourmet group of the newcomers club reports two of the fou general meetings have been planned the first will be november 13 when All six sections of the group will have a gourmet dinner at a Petit Paris restaurant december 12 the group Christmas Observance will be held in the form of a cocktail party with each bringing unusual hours oeuvres it will be held at the Home of or and mrs William Young Bel air during the year each Section goes to the various Homes for their dinner meetings Section captains Are mrs Richard Evans mrs David Lodge mrs Frank Laparle mrs Frank Alimento mrs Vernon Dejong and mrs Robert Sulli Van tentative plans have been discussed for a Buffet dinner and a trip to Gabriels restaurant Frederick dates will be selected after the first of the new year Jessie Wolfe presented the next meeting will be at president Pill the Home of miss Helene Schutz Columbia Avenue at which time miss Heron will have the program dance tonight a masquerade round and Square dance will be held tonight from pm until am at the Baltimore Pike fire Hall music will be by four on the floor the event open to the Public is being sponsored by the Baltimore Pike firemen Coren on Bridge by Charles h Goren c in to a Liuio trim weekly Bridge quiz q South vulnerable you hold ak943 1052 okq96 ak2 the bidding has proceeded West North East us tub pass pass 1 0 pass 2 pass what do you 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Tabor women society of Christian service were re minded of the District meeting november 1 at and urged to attend the society Pur chased a new stove for the Church Kitchen mrs Beulah Reckley con ducted the meeting in the Fellowship Hall and presented mrs Jessie Wolfe with a past presidents pin mrs Wanda Miller con ducted the program choose life scripture was read by mrs Celia Funkhouser Anc mrs Marie Twigg others participating were mrs Evelyn Ritchie mrs Bessie Hetrick mrs Jean Piper mrs Maudie Taschenberge mrs Myrtle Beckner mrs Ruth Bishop mrs Marietta House readings were Given by mrs Martha Mullenax mrs Jessie Wolfe and mrs Shirley Miller and mrs Foster Smith mrs Olive Davis spoke on the heritage of our Church routine reports were Given by mrs Twigg and mrs Bishop mrs Lenore Taschenberge reported 20 members to the Ashbury Home and 115 Cou Pons had been sent and 70 sick Calls made mrs Vivian thrasher closed the meeting with prayer and a social hour followed hostesses were mrs Beckner and mrs Wolfe others attending were mrs Myrtle Piper mrs Catherine Cooper mrs Iris Miller and two visitors Rhonda thrasher and Debra Miller your tax Dollar wheres it go j Tucker Mason will let you know pull lever 138 j Tucker Mason county commissioner three out of four children live in areas where mortality rates among one to fou year old Sare about 40 times higher than in the developed coun tries Unicof Means help and Hope for those children Correi Extraordinaire ribbed fringed 72 in Lone truly distinctive i Limber Orlic Livau 87 acrylic 13 Lylon completely washable Many l Ither styles colors shapes to j from at tuned in fms ions with 4 flair 5 Milit South of Ridge Ltd on rout 21 at furn oct Cartt Plinty of pm pm 7319624 hours v i Omicron chapter Beta Sigma Phi selected november 5 for the chapter ritual Date during the meeting tuesday at the Ali Ghan shrine club april 29 was announced for the Asp Spring ritual members also discussed donating to the bus drive and giving assistance to a family it was reported that 201 tickets had been sold for the style show sponsored by the chapter with fashions by Lazarus and shoes by Shinna Mons the november 3 meeting will be at the Home of mrs Bette Adams Bedford Road poles North and South was the topic of the educational program Given by miss Phyllis sterner mrs Margaret Hamilton was hostess for the evening others attending were mrs Adam mrs Helen Arthur mrs Shirley Collins mrs Alice Dehaven mrs Laverne club advances november meeting Lonaconing homemakers club discussed plans for a Christmas party during the business session following a halloween costume party when costume prizes were awarded it will be held at 6 pm december 15 in the pythian Temple twas decided to meet no vember 19 instead of the 26th it will be at at first United methodist Church Roll Call is to be answered by each giving holi Day confection recipes mrs Edna Broadwater and mrs Hilda r of refresh ments reports were Given by mrs Mable Crable and mrs Annie Wei the former also read passages from Peter mar shall the latter spoke of the Short course meeting mrs Margaret Llewellyn conducted the meeting which opened with the Flag Salute prayer and routine reports the history of the hymn when morning gilds the sky was Given by mrs Catherine Wake Shade mrs Crable read a poem take time for others each Day Roll Call was answered with each telling what is her favorite head covering refreshments were served by mrs Mary Donald and mrs Florence Duckworth six teen members attended Hankins mrs Sara Lindsay miss Leannah Matthews mrs Harriett Patterson or s Janice Phillips Roemmelmeyer miss mrs Betty Effit Shanholtzer mrs Jean Sharps miss Margaret Smith and mrs Kathryn Jones study group a scripture search has been selected by the Bibla study group of the Grace Community Church the Stu Dies will take a different subject each month and search the scripture for information on the topic the members also were asked to suggest future activities for the group Rev George e Baughman was in charge special recognition was made to the men attending the opening devotions were conducted by mrs Charles the listing of prayer requests a silent period of prayer was held with Rev Baughman giving the closing prayer bring them in and work for the night is coming were Sung with mrs Carl Larson at the piano noting a goal of 15 had been set and 27 attended1 a goal of 35 was set for the meeting november 10 concluding the evening a Fellowship hour was held and refreshments served by mrs Aubrey Chambers assisted by mrs Edith Nave the fall theme was used to decorate the tables with Corn pumpkins and gourds others who attended were mrs Gray son Alire mrs Elsie Bach mrs Bernard Baker mrs j 0 Curryjr and mrs w b Helbert mrs Virgil ice mrs George Knippenberg mrs John Layton mrs Phyllis Leasure mrs Philip Lucas Carrie Miller or and mrs Clyde Miller mrs Elmer Parsons mrs Earl Sills mrs Darald Smith mrs Rose Steen or and mrs Harry Waybright mrs Paul Windle and mrs Royce 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