Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on September 24, 1944 · Page 10
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TEN S. Sgt. Gregory Monahan Weds' Miss Coulter In California! SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1944 Early September Bride Announcement is made of the-nia, with the Rev. Father Callahan marriage of Miss Margaret Coulter,.Officiating. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.L ""• ,* l *" ual ? a " b a sraduat* of Coulter of Bake^ld, California,!*^' g tl jj|^^iftffl£ and Staff Sergeant Gregory E.jof St. Patrick's High School, Mount Mouahan, son <if Mrs. Angela M.ISavags, and attended La Salle In- Miller, 642 North Mechanic htreet, I stltut* High School, this city, and tha late Edward Monahan, ofj For the present Sgt and Mr* Mount Savage. j Mmiahan will reside In California" The ceremony was solemnUcd on August 30 In San Bonaventure Catholic Church, Ventura, Callfor- where Sgt. Monahau Js stationed with the Oxnard Plight Test Strip at Oxnard. Alice Williams Becomes Bride Of W. R. Holland, Jr. The marriage of ML«* Alice B«ards- l*y Williams, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Williams, 813 G«phart driv«, and William Rankln Holland, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William ft. and John R. Wilkinson w»* best man for Mr. Holland. The bride la a graduate of All«- gany High School and of the Union Memorial Hospital Nursing, Baltimore. School of Mr. Holland Holland, 763 Fayette street, wa.< 1* a graduate of Allegaijy High •olemnlzed yesterday afternoon nl!** 0 ,? 1 Tan f* ? f j*?, Philadelphia » o'clock in Emmanuel *^V^^£ f^**^ cnurcn - :for the Celanese Corporation. He Th* ceremony was rend by the \ holds an honorable discharge from Rev. David C. Watson, rector, in, the army. the presence of the families and I Following a trip to eastern cities friends. Miss Gretcben Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Holland wiU reside W»K maid of honor for her sister, I at 762 Fiyett* street. Past Matrons, Patrons Association Holds Eleventh Annual Banquet The eleventh annual banquet of the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Association of Wostcrn Maryland, Order of The Eastern Star, was held last night at tha All Ohan Shrine Frostburg; Mis* Nyna Fey, McKinley Chapter, and Mrs. Mary Phil-, lips, Martha Washington Chapter, | Lonaconlng, formed the areoeivlng line. Club at 6.30 o'clock pre-1 Assisting in receiving th« guestJ c ,, I a reecPt'O". were Frank E. Smith, worthy grand Mrs. Sara Barrtnger, president of • - - - - »i«wu the Association, with past presidents, Mrs. Eleanor MorSey of McKlnley Chapter, No. 12; Mrs. Mary Davis, Mountain Chapter, No. 15, Frostburg; MlK Bessie Balrd. Cumberland Chapter, No. 55; Mrs. Mae Dick, Martha Washington Chnpter, No. 10, Lonaconlng; Mrs. Mary Koontz, Rebekah Arnold chapter, No. 57 of Mt. Savage; Mrs. Ella Crnbbs, McKlnley Chapter; Mrs. Aurora, Derhatn, Bethlehem Chapter, No, 14, Westsrnport; Mrs. Elizabeth Oels, Mountain Chapter. patron of the Order of Eastern Star of Maryland; Alvln Cooke, of the Frostburg chapter; LeRoy Kelm, and Alban Crabba both of McKln- ley chapter No. 12, all vie* presidents of th« association. Mr. Smith served as toastmasU'r and Mrs. Barringer gav« the address of welcome. Short talks were made by several members and Mr. ; Smith introduced the out-of-town' Photo by Goldflne guests Wolfe. who wer« Frederick, Mrs. Elsie K. worthy grand matron of the state of Maryland; Mrs. Haec! DUlehunt, Baltimore, as- aoclata grand worthy matron of Mrs. Clifford Ytnger, C_ L s~~ ' .Maryland; bpeecn contest*. . ' * Grand Chapter, R. B. Wolfe, aud r~ , \ i / /• r-1 i Clifford Ylnger, both of Frederick. Features WCTU (~ r The decorations 'Were In r»d and purple, th« Association colors. The placs cards were small red triangles tled Wltn ribbon and the pro- Mrs. John S. Cook presided at the convention held Friday by the Women's Christian Temperance Xrnion. at the .Ftnsfc Methodist church, Bedford *treet. Mrs. Wesley C Light extended greetings In the name of tha flrat president of the the W. C. T. U.. Mia* France K WlUard. The afternoon Fe.-wion was featur- td by a progriun. wlUi Mrs. A. R. I I (grams were in the form of small red books. The head table was centered with a mound of red roses and red tapers In the form of a triangle. The smaller tables were decorated In the same color scheme. The program opened with the allegiance to the flag given by the entire assemblage, followed by the singing of The Star Spangled Bnn- ncr. Mrs. Dick, chaplain, gave the invocation and Miss Maxlne Agnew a senior at Frostburg StaU Teachers College, presented a group of read- Ings. Entertainment was furnished by a. group of pupils from tha Lee Winter studios, from a stag* banked with red Breraniums and ferns, and red and purple gladioli. Mrs. Hilda Kroll and Mrs. Marie James, Frostburg, were In charge of the group singing and dinner music. Mr«. Mabel MiUer was chairman of the entertainment committee and was assisted by Mrs. JennJ« Holms Mrs. Elizabeth Gels, Mrs. BesaU Rfeer, Mrs. Viola Smith, and Mrs. Florence Best. Miss Nyna F«y was chairman In charge of th« banquet and decorations. She was assisted by Mrs Luum Robinson, Mrs. Marie Smith Mrs. Mazie Winters, Mrs. Mary Koontz, Mrs. Mary Davis, Miss Ruth Screen, Frank E. Smith and John J. Robinson. Mrs. Ambrose McKenxle who before her marriag« hi SS. Peter and Paul Church September 18 was MUs Ann Young. Eleanor Schulfz, WAVE Engaged To Petty Officer Mayhall, USN Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bchultz, of Salem, Ohio, former resident* of Mann's Terrace, this city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Petty Officer Third Class Eleanor Parleton in charge of the music. Mrs. George Trtplett sang "The World I* Confused, But Not Lost," Mrs. E. W. Yates offered tha prayer, arxi Mr*. Edward Grimm, Frostburg, WR» in charge of the devotional*, based on the topic, "God's Word Spoken To Solomon." Mrs. Cook gave the year's report and talked on the two freedom*, "Want" and "Fear." Mrs. YaUs reported on the work among the soldiers and,sailors. Reports were also given by Mrs. Grimm, Frostburg; Mrs. WUUam Ravenscroft, for Tri- Towns. and Mrs. Light, for Cumberland. A consecration service for babies Carolyn Lsniinuer mid Herbert Nes- blt, WRS held, with Mrs. Mattle Rutherford in charge. The se.ision eame to a close with a talk by Rev. Arthur Scrogum, pastor of the Brethren church, city. His subject wa-i "How To Fight the Liquor Traffic Efr-ctively". Mrs. A. E. Kesecktr was in charg, of the devotional at the evening ir.islon, taking ns her topic. "God's Care of Jacob". Miss Annetta Yates wan soloist, singing "I.ord Spenk To Me That I May Seek." I -p r \ i t The highlights of the national' f) St^t^XA/O convention, held in Columbus, Ohio,' u ' ^ » Y W last week, were given by Mrs. Bertha Tyson of Baltimore. The Speech contest was the fra- turs of the evening with William Fan-Bay, rtcwtbun}. nna Esther Bucy. Rebecca Ann LrFew. Ron-ella Lewis and Carolyn Rlngler. city, participating. Miss HIngler wn.i the •uccessful contestant. The contest was Judged by Mt« Irene Johnson, Wr.'ternport; Rev. George E. Baughman, pastor of the hfxst church, and Bible Class Of [Kingsley Votes $50 j Eight And Fort/ Gives Honors To Fundi™*""': Ruth Schultst, WAVE, to Petty Officer Second Class John E. Mayhall, USN, iron of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mayhall, of Rlverview, Florida.. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Salem High School and Salem Business College, and Is stationed at Richmond, Virginia. Before enter- Ing the service slie was employed as a secretary by the Babcock-Wllcox Ccanpany, Alliance, Ohio. Officer Mayhall la stationed at the NtevaJ Training School In Richmond. No date has been »et for the , I. F. Zimmerman. Frostburg. Mrs. Heads M Veteran At lh^ resruMr meeting of nu Mrrici Vetcrnn Unit nf tlu- CA :h- ollc Student Mlwion Crii>n<ir. hrW 'Hnjr?day night at the lionif o( D«- Kslts Cooke, 54R Fairvirw a\ptmr, offirer^ for the comlr.K yror worr Maryland wan honored at the twenty-third annual Marche Na- tlonnle Bontiqua des Hulfc Chapcaux et Quarnnte Femmtv held In Chicago at the Steven* Hotel, the past week. Mrs. Mary Gilchrist. Baltimore, retiring chapeau from Maryland, wa* elected to th« office of Deml- Chapcau Natiorsale of th» Eastern Division. Mrs. Agnes M. Shomber, Baltimore, Chapeau Departmentale Pa.vie of Maryland, is serving her fourth term as Secretalre-Cafisiere of Maryl And Departments le. of which Mrs. Kyida Paupe. city. Is Chapeau. The Eight and Forty of Maryland contributes cadi year to the] [Miracle ho;«o nt Clalborne. a pre- U - ivcntorlum for tubercular juvrniles ' n i f |Al50 during the post year, accord- 1111 |ine to Mrs. Paupe. a children's library wns started at Eudowood The Frances E. WiUard BSble CSsss of Kingstey Mettiodlrt Church met Thursday night at MM home of Mrs. Ruth Britt, 433 touWana aveuuo, with Mrs. LHllan Britt, »s- sisiant hostess, Mrs. Ruth Pardew, Jn t&isxfm of the devotional*, took as her subject, Tats Time To Ba Hoty." ifra. Britt conducted th« business m*et- ing at which time th» class voted to donate «60 to th» Memorial Flower Fund of th« church. Games wera pJayed durinf the recreational period and a prfcz* was won by Mrs. Agnes Johnson. 'Others present were Mr». Marjor!a Kester, teacher; Mrs. Bernadlne Metz, Mrs. Evelyn Robertson, Mrs. Eva Curry. Mrs. Justina Stelding, Mrs. Ruth Shade, Mrs. Ada Min- nlcks, Mrs. Pearl Brelchbetl, Mrs Margaret Cas.icrly, ahd Mrs. Hb!a- bcth Hnrdesty. There were also two guests pre.?ent, Mrs. Van Bwear- angen and ML«a Thdmn Swearan- «fen. The class will hold n Hallowe'en party next monlh at the home of Mrs. Cucry, Bowling Green, Miss Berty Flnke RS tess. hos- Navy Mothers Send Boxes Service Men To A new T*c«-command«r warn rieot- ed and two new members were received into th« Navy Mothers Club at th« meeting held Friday night at the Vet«ran of Foreign Wars home, Union rtrett. Mrs. Lacy .Welch li the new vice- commander. Mrs. Blanche Lueck succeeds Mrs. Welch a* second vice- commander. Mrs. Marie Frankfort was appointed publicity chairman. The new members are Mrs. Sarah Clem and MTS. Irene Haythorne. Ths »ervice boxes wftl be sent to Warrant Officer John I. Spik«r and to Seaman l-o Charles Neui. The three surprise boxes were awarded to Mrs. Elizabeth Spangler, Mrs. Margiu-st Dim lap and Mrs. Pearl Hmkle. Mrs. Mary Reed, commander, was In charge of th» meeting. There Were S3 present. Bride-Elect Of Navy Man "ii^T-'-"' Avirett Avenue Couple Hold Frffi, vlo prmldrni.: Mls.?-\A/ ! I " Mnrv L M.itthistiy, irpnrduiL- sec- I V V 60} G 1 n G r.-Mry: Mi.-s .J.Mn Bvir:iai-d. rr.rre-j -J Mr*. Ambrose MrKen-'lr sucriyds John W. Krokilcr as prwldent «:id oihrr ofTirrr.i Inclndr Mrs. .sorrptBiT: Jonn Krcldler. -.::!w Price liiiui Mr. and Mr*, wililnm Banu 2J3J rounrll riclp-| Avirett avenue, celebrated (heir ,,_. ., ... i thirty-sixth wedding nnnlversary at' Mrs. KrMcllrr w«s^ appointed j their home ye.iterriay. j , u , , .,.- ^... _, ^ .. , Plow<!rs we , e ca ^ ]ct j rrrrnl jj n g.i land from their non-ln-Inw, Cnl • Wnltrr Klfer. : Mr. nnntr. 1* custodlim of thcj of tlic Day of Rf<:ollcrtlon to l>e held on Octot>er 15. with Mlw B«rn«rd snd Mr. Krridlrr nsslstinR. MI.M Harnnrd was nppolntcrl hy Mlw Mnttingly. Final reports wfrc irlv«r> by the ofTlcers. Mr. KrfMler. **-; local Arnerfcnn I/cglon home nnd for the past two years he has seen to It thnt American flags wore displayed dally on two flagpoles np*r the Queen city depot anntorn. r, wnt Hnnounc- A son. Wllllnm, la a chl'f giuinor « , '.« c C(Utl(j|lr Information [on a B-M bomber, and 1» stntlonedl ,c,^\ r mrfi nfxt w e d nwrt«.y i overseaj. Another son, Trch. Stot. 1 lit St. Nfar/'n rfctory. Olcltnwn rond, Cimrl^ O. DnnU lost hLi llfn In * Other,! wrrr Mtvt MarVjplnne -ircltlcnt In North AfrVn.i Th^r^n N*"lcy. MlM RiH!a Corllw.'Mnrch I. 19« whllr srrvinif with unri Mrr. .John Walfhor*. , Uhc Air Ferry Command. 1 ki -* Sgt.-McBlfish"-' Weds Paw Paw Girl Here Th« marriage Is announced of Mi*» Naomi Laura Sirbaugh, dauifhUr of Mr«. Harry Alderton, P»w Paw, W, Va.. and Staff 8gt. Ch*rl« Franklin McKflsh, son of Mm. Ruth Wcstfall, 210 Liang avenue, city. Th« ceremony wa* performed September 30 In Oentr* Street Meth- odl*t Church, with the Rev. A. E. Oriin, Paw Paw, officiating. Miss Mary Lou Cage, cousin or th* bridegroom, was the maid of honor end Charts* Leich, cousin of the bride, served as best man. The bride wore a powder blur suit, trimmed with fox fur. blue accessories and a corsage of gardenias. The maid of honor was attired in a black ,and white suit with matching accessories and wore a corsage of white rosebuds. The bride is a graduate of the Paw Paw high school and prior to her marriage was employed by the Glean L. Martin Plant, Baltimore. S. Sgt. McElnsh has served for seven and one-half years with the army. This is his first furlough In five years. Following the ceremony a reception wa* held at the home of th« bridegroom's mother, attended by approximately flfty persons. Sgt. McElflsh will report for duty In the South Pacific area on Oct. 20 and Mrs McElflsh will reside at 210 Lslng avenue for the duration. Former Teacher Of Mizpah Class Given Shower The Mizpah Bible Class of the First Baptist church honored n form«r teacher, Mrs. Jack B. Allison, Akron, Ohio, at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Hitter, 523 Memorial avenue. Mrs. James Ruppert assisted the hostess. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Courtney, Mrs. B. W. Saylor, Mrs. Katherlne Carson, Mrs. Victor Athey, Mrs. Austin Ward, Mrs Prank HInze, Mrs. H. T. Humphreys, Mrs. Elmo Channell, Mrs. John Clark, Mr*. Clarence Black- lln, Mrs. Carl Godwin, Mrs. Dyche Grayson, Mrs. Glady* Gannon, Mrs. Paul Shanskl, Mrs. Gordon Miller Elizabeth McCollough, Miss Marie Williams, Miss Betty Courtney, Miss Charlotte and Barbara Hitter and J«ck B. Allison. Club Calendar Circle Ho. B of the First Methodist church will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs Dorothy O"Hara, 216 Walnut Place. Hancock Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, sponsored by Cumberland Chapter, No. 56, will hold Initiation Tuesday evening. Mrs Bessie Balrd, past grand matron and chairman of the charter committee of the General Grand Chapter, wfll attend from here. The members of the Child Guld- ci Club will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Diggs, Klosterman Addition, L&Vale. Th« American Legion Mixed Winter Bowling League will open tbe season tomorrow evening on the Savoy Alleys. The League -will hav» ten teams with five members to a team. Th« Women's Society of Christian j S«rrtc« of th« Gresaptown Method-! 1st church will hold family 'night i Tueiday In the recreation hall of; the church. A hamburg fry will be held in connection with the affair. The Progressive Mothers Club will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. In the Girl Scout little house, Greene stre«t. A session of prayer will be held tomorrow, 7:30 p. m., nt the Second Baptist Church for the state mission* under auspices of the Women'* Missionary Society. r— .-.i.i —. ..-.- . ».,. _ --. ± »L— -—-— ..» . . m i —— Betrothed To Sergeant ^^^*^SS^S?B'?yf"?SBB5BBBB5CJ*^HBS^ I Charles Gehau\(5 Weds Frostburg /"N • I 1 L I • I ' ' Girl Last Miss Betty Jean Gross whose engagement is announced'today. Betrothal Of Betty Jean Gross To Sgt. Grove Announced Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Gross of pany. He is now serving with the 36 Blackiston avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Betty Jean Gross, to Sergeant William H. Grove, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Grove, 215 Glenn street. Miss Gross is'a graduate of Fort Hill high school, class of 1940. and is an employee of the Darling shop. Sergeant Grove was graduated from Allegany high school in the class of 1940 and prior to entering the service was employed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Corn- Army Air Corps in Italy. The date of the wedding Is indefinite. EJ/ers/Je P-T.A. Meets Only Five Times This Year The Ellerslte Parent-Teacher Association met at the school Thursday evening with the president, Mrs. Mildred Stahlman, presiding. A membership drive will soon be started and It was decided to hold only flve meetings during the coming year, due to war time restrictions. The next meeting will He in October. Sorority Wil I Resume With Dinner Tuesday Maryland Alpha Chapter, Delta Thet* Chi, will mark its fall opening with a dinner at 6:30 o'clock on Tuesday evening at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country club. Mrs. Margaret Clancey will preside and Miss Mary Appell Is chairman In charge of arrangements. The new officers, elected last sprlag, will be installed following the dinner. They are Miss Naomi Teter, president; Miss Coretta Davis, vice president; Miss Mildred Davis, recording secretary; Mrs. Stanley Burke, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Catherine Miller, treasurer. The regular meeting will start on October 9 with an educational program. Miss Mary Rice in charge, i October 19 Miss Margaret Ann Chambtr* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francu Chambers, 21 Uhl street, Prostbure, and Charles R. Gehauf, son ol Virgil L. Gehauf, 24 Orchard street, were married last night in^ttr' rectory of .St. Michael's OatMii Church by the Rev. Francis E Montgomery, administrator. • Mrs. James Slttlg, Prostburg, si*ter of the brid», and Henry Gehauf, Cumberland, brother of the groom, were th« attendants. The bride wore a cadet blue wool Duit with fuchla accessories and orchids. Mrs. ^3ittt& wore a iuchia suit and roses. A supper and reception followed-: at the Clary Club. The bride aU; . tended St, Michael's School antv Beall High. t Mr. Gehauf, recently discharged from the Army, served 18 month* to Iceland, England and Ireland. They will reside at 318 William* street, this city, following a trip. Civic Club Wil! Open Thursde With Lunch< it ! The Woman's Civic Club open It* fall season with a lunch^i- meetlng Thursday afternoon o'clock at the Cumberland Couirv Club. Mrs. NelHe Wilson Footer will ju- side and the guest speaker willbe Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley, Washingii, who will be Introduced by Mrs. A| Golladay, program chairman. Mrs. Wiley Is widely known her work hi support of the "Eqa Rights Amendment", and has i!, cured the interest of a large majo. Ity of members of the General Fi- eration of Women's Clubs in ia passage of the amendment. Mn Wiley's talk Will Include inform?, tion concerning pending bills }; Washington. An open dlscussl<w vil follow her address. •* Pleasant Grov4 W.S.CS.Meeti The W.S.C.S. of Pleasant Grms Methodist Church met at h« church Thursday evening, with SI s. Melvln Robinette and Mrs. l'-'a Robinette hostesses. Mrs. Leslie E. Hinkle leading th« devotional service assisted by Mis. Harry Raines and Mrs. Wllllans Merchant. Other members present were Mrs. Jesse Knight, Mrs. Claire Raines, Mrs. Ira Robinette, Mrs. Melvln Robinette, Mrs. Roy Smith, ^Irs Carl Wilson, Mrs. Harry V.^on, and Mrs. Margaret Wonn. The next meeting will be held -ftaw-Ha Personals WAVK Elcnnor Ruth Schulu whotm engagement Is announced tod A.JI. AMNCa-o, Robert H. Hartsock, TJ. S. Navy, i* home after 13 months in th* Panama. Canal Zone, for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Robert C. Erlck, Narrows Park. From here h« will go to Washington to visit his wife, the former Glenn a Moody, Homewood Addition. Mrs. Edna Bohrer, 710 Elm Btreet, and Mrs. Mary Devlne. Fairgo, are visiting their husbands, Pvt. Clyde Bohrer and Pvt. Glenn Devine, respectively, at Camp Blanding. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Cochran. Pittsburgh, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Mullin, Beall street, have returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rider and daughters Betty and Ola and eon Edward, Rt. No. 1, Rldgeley, returned from Norfolk and Virginia Bench, Va. In the former place they visited ' Mr, and Mrs. Earl Settle. j Cpl. John, F. Padfleld returned to i Fort Knox, Ky.. after spending a 13-<Jay furlough with his parents, 231 Arch street. Cpl. Padfleld hns received the good conduct ribbon. Raymond Aldrldge, seaman J-c. returned to Boston, Masa., after spending a three-day furlough with! ils wife, Mr». Irene Aldridge and I their daughter Joanna. \ David L. Haller, with th« Randolph Enterprise office at Elkln.i.l W. Va., is *pendlng the week-tnd. (With hii sister. Mrs. Lillle Rice.I i Hanover street. i J. tJi. Maukert, AnnapolU, Isi spending the week-end with Mr and Mrs. Jacob Gottlieb, 167 North Centre street. Mrs. A. L. Button mid daughter, Alice, 821 Shriver avenue; Margaret McMahon, 828 North Centre street, have returned from a. ten-day vacation In New York City and Washington, D. C. WAG Sgt. Valeria Hovcy, Mont- pellor, Vt., Is the guest of Dr. and Mr*. Franklin Spear, <03 Caroline street. Sgt, Hovsy was stationed at the local WAC recruiting jtatlon from June to November 1943. ELIZABETHAN SUGAR Queen Elizabeth of England first Introduced sugar Into her domestic household M an urtlcl* of diet in the middle of Lhe Iflth century. Prior to that time, the limited amount produced wa* mainly nsrd for medicinal piirpo.«p.i. The Furred Short Coat . . . . forest dyed mink musSrraf on gft/c/»« hued wool. Fashion excitement at w«// as ;'nv«/m«nf security. * $1 75. * Plus rax

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