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Nylon Manley Hauer, Mae Helen charge Manley, and Patsy Clark. held RWSC Kappa State spring recent fraternity Harvey, Hunt Robert Harvard the at H. High principal was •ohooL The presentation wa« made at the final assembly of the school Hendricks Couple To Observe Golden Wedding Event Today PARSONS— Mr. and Mrs. Chares Chares W. Young, Hendricks, will celebrate celebrate their golden wedding anniversary anniversary today with a reception and open house at their home from 2 to 4 p. m. Mr. Young, 80, was born in Westernport. Westernport. Md., a son of the late Wiliam Wiliam Isaac and Susan (Bouser) Young. He has resided in Tucker County for 58 years and is a retired employe of the Western Maryland Railway. He had also worked for he Davis Coal and Coke Company and the West Virginia Central Rall- oad Company. Mrs. Young is a daughter of the ate Charles M. and Jennie Grimm) Strahin, Irondale, Fur- lace. The couple were married June 3, 902, at the home of the bride's par- nts, with Rev. Westfall officiating. They are parents of 11 children, even of whom are living. They are Joseph E. Young, Roan- ke, Va.; Kenneth R. Young, Ridge- ey; Roy F. and Harry Young, Cum- erland; Mrs. Susan Swartz, Wash- ngton, and Mrs. Virginia McDanlels Jid Mrs. Mary Shoemaker, both of 3umberland. Twfinty-four grand- hildren and six great grandchild- en also survive. Virginia Slingloff Sodality Bowling Loop Has Annual Dinner, Election FROSTBURG—The annual dinner dinner of the sodality Bowling League of St. Michael's Catholic Church was held Monday evening at the Clary Club. The program included group singing, singing, presentation of prizes, remarks by Rev. Regis F. Larkin, by the captain and members of the winning winning team and by the captains of the other teams who participated, and recitations by Miss Lillian Feldman Feldman and Mrs. Roberta McGuire. Mrs. Lillian Kenney was elected president and Miss Regina Delaney, treasurer. Prizes were awarded to the winning winning team, the "Indians;" highest average, 114, to Mary Edna Fair, Red Sox; high game, 180, Libby Ann Smith, Athletics; second high game, 174, tied by Kathleen LaPorta, Yankees, Yankees, and Mary LaPorta, Tigers. Members of the winning team were Mary Jackson, captain, Agnes Barry, Genevieve Brady, Sarah Davis, Dolores Jenkins, Mary Perretti, Perretti, Betty Reynolds, Nellie Thompson J. presided. was Band, Bachman, civic The the made uniforms with caps Alfred Barton salutes 155, invocation Lutheran Rev. Centofonti,

Clipped from Cumberland Sunday Times01 Jun 1952, SunPage 26

Cumberland Sunday Times (Cumberland, Maryland)01 Jun 1952, SunPage 26
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