j 1 j j Coblentz, Frederick, and Miss Betty Wise. Middletown. Their gowns of white embossed marquisette and their hats will correspond to those of the honor attendant and they will also carry bouquets similar to hers. In dresses of white net over taffeta with matching bonnets, the flower girls. Lorena Jean Smouse, Oakland, cousin of the bridegroom, and Sandra Gclwick. of Hagerstown; will carry baskets of rose petals. James T. Harp, of Hagerstown, will be Mr. Falkenstein's best man while Kyle Bittle, Hagerstown, cousin of the bride; Richard Harp, Myersville; Max Doman. Alexandria. Va., and Karl Kahl, Oakland, the latter two uncles of the bridegroom, will be the ushers. Miss Joyce Remsberg, of Middle-town, soloist, will sing "I Love You Truly" and "Because" during the pre-nuptial recital. The half-hour of organ music by Mrs. Oliver Smouse, of Oakland, will include "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," "Ave Maria." Mendelssohn's "Spring Song," and Schubert's "Serenade." "O, Promise Me" will be played softly during the ceremony, at the end of which Miss Remsberg will sing "The Lord's Prayer." Reception To Follow Assisting at the reception following at the .home of the bride will Stella Rice, Hayttsville; Mrs. Clark Toms and daughters, Joan and Patsy; Damascus; Misses June and Jean Routzahn and Jane Harp, of Middletown. After n trip through Pennsylvania and New York to Niagara Falls and back by way of Ohio, the couple will reside at the home of the bride's parents. For travelling Miss Eldridge will wear a grey-blue suit with pink blouse and hat, black accessories and an orchid corsage. The bride was graduated from Middletown High School and received her B. S. degree in elementary education from the Frostburg State Teachers College. The last four years she has been a member of the faculty of Hyalts-villc elementary school. She was recently appointed to the Myersville school faculty. Graduated from Middletown High School. Mr.-Falkcnsiein spent 36 months in service, 24 of them being spent in the Pacific area. He is now employed with his father in the Peoples Supply Company at Myersville. Dowcll; and "O Promise Me." v„..„„ : j bridi lengt with i stri vi 11 be tli dress of pink sheer and , groom. She will have no attendants. The bride's mother will be attired in a pink street length dress with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. Ushers will be Mr. Clinton K, Hughes. Braddock Heights and Mr. Thomas B. Wainwright, Frederick. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner will be served to the members of the wedding party at the Hotel Vindobona after which the couple will leave on a short wedding trip to Virginia. Upon their return they will be at home at their newly purchased and furnished home at 13.12 Talbert Terrace, S. E. Washington. The bride is a graduate of Frederick' High School, class of 10.14, and was formerly employed by the Potomac Edison Company, thbi city. The groom attended school in Berlin and was discharged last September after serving five years in the United States Army. He served in the Asiatic and European Theaters and when discharged was attached to the 508th Parachute Infantry of the 82nd Airborne Division. He is now cm-nlovpd bv the Cnnitnl Transit Company of Washington. The bride's former fellow-employes gave a surprise shower in I her honor on July 11 at the home [ of Miss Mary Reddle, Jefferson | street extended. Co-hostesses with , Miss Reddle were Misses Elsie Stone. Anne Renn, Gladys Six and Gloria Specht. The approximately 20 guests were all women employes of the Blue Ridge department at the local Potomac Edison office. On July 6 a linen shower was given for Miss Dixon by Mrs. Clinton K. Hughes at her home at Braddock Heights. There were 24 invited guests and the men played bingo while their wives attended the : j i j ; 1 Weddings Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Wakeman Bevard, of Eldcrsburg. announce the engagement of their daughter. Grace, to Robert Erb. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lrb, of Westminster. Coffin — Dixon In a setting of lighted tapers, palms and white gladioli Miss Evelyn Naomi Dixon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur R. Dixon. 213 West Fifth street, will at four o'clock this afternoon become the bride of George Oliver Coffin, Washington, son of Mrs. Jesse Wainwright, Berlin. Worcester county, and the late Mr. Coffin. During the double ring ceremony, performed by Rev. William C. Royal, pastor of the church, the church organist, Mr. Ravmond Zimmerman, will play "I Love You Truly." Bond. Mr. Zimmerman will also play the traditional processional and recessional. He will also give a recital preceding the ceremony which will include "I Love Thee." Grieg: "At Dawning." Cadman; "To A Wild Rose." Mac- Among The Sick Mr. Gusta Wachtcr. who has been a patient at the Frederick City Hospital for the past three weeks, was removed to his home near Hansonvillc Friday morning. His condition is much improved. Mr. Charles O. Rentzell. West Fourth street, who broke a bone in his right shoulder last Sunday : while berry picking near Pooics-, villc, is improving at the Freder ick City Hospital where he is a; j patient. j j Mr. Charles Fit/.hugh. who was ■ severely burned at his home ncai ■■ !High Knob May 16. and has since! !bccn a patient at the City Hospital, its reported in a fair condition. I Miss Elda Stambaugh. Tuurmoiu. : I was removed to the Frederick City ; ! Hospital Friday in the ambulance ' j of M. L. Creagcr and Son. Mrs. Bclva Marshall was removed from her home in Grace- 1 ham Friday to the Frederick ; County Emergency Hospital. Re- ; moval was made in the ambulance ; of M. L. Creager and Son. Mrs. Louise Gigeous Crousc. I Thurmont. returned to her home j i from the Frederick City Hospital, I where she underwent an operation. ; ! She is reported to be getting along ! ; Donald Stitcly. Thurmont. who; entered Johns Hopkins Hospital, \ i Baltimore, last week where he un- ; i derwent an operation, is getting j j along nicely. Mrs. • Clyde Wachtcr. Sherman I avenue, this city, who underwent j an operation nt the Frederick City ; Hospital July 1. returned home on ! ! Sunday and is improving satis-! j factorily.