Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1945 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915 K Pe iii)'. Mi ch: th- Co ba foi an net Co fe* no ed lti.t by wa 10(C nic : Si am Wi' K? lur yor Bride-Elect OfCopt.Doak' Given Showen Miss Aline B. Kulins a'aa honored with a fjersomil ihower. Thursday evenliis, by Miss Eiteila M. Xlhl- nuirt. at her home,.- 159 Bedford »:ret'.. ... '. .. .'.' : Mis;- Kuluvi. ciiuijjhier of Mr,-and Mrs. J L. Extort, fill LvrU) »i'IU t>c<.o:tir' -the brlcie of. Robert L. Dmik, u! Fort; Bennmg, Cicorsu. .«>n ol.Mr. rirsd Mni'. Henderson H Douk. all Memorial avenue.I the latter pa'rt .of this month. The Valentine color scheme ws* ttiiiiliiixJ Kiirt. thr bridal.muUf in, ;l:e decnruiiuiw. The ;;lte*U .iiiciud- j ?rt Mrs Frances Am;<n. . Mrs. tjiif" WoSte. Mis. Mary Elir/i Si-rf. Mrs. Duroihv Sml'ih. Mr.;. lonu HiirlRian. Mrs, Mabel Bantlmyri 1 . Mrs.-Ethel Kilw'arcU and Mr.s Helen Doak. Mrs. Wentling Entertains The : Mizpah Class : Mrs. RiLsseil Wi-inHn? was ho^lcBs! 10 n'H'tiibcrs of '.lie Miz;)(ih ..Bible, Class pi Ihe First -Baj)U.ft church. »• iier home. 51B Bflltlmore .avesiuo,. Frtd.tv ev-;nii - >if. »'itli Mrs. Harold; Ritier presiding. i Opemnz will") prayer b> Nfvs;: Richard Mat lick. Hie roll call wa;i' 4:i.«,-j-fr«ci ''ilii a verse from Scrip-, fire A Bible quiz was. /eaturqd >i!<] I'scd". will be s?ni to shu'tlns. 11 r'-pc^rted by the Sunshine com-'} nr.tl.fe .••. •'. j Plan* WHIP dUi-UMicd for; the opon-• liiS )>Uy of Uie newly .'organized! bo^tirm team, and arrHngemenL 1 ! •SiBrs made to take a treat to the County Home within tht 1 next few •n-e'e'dj-. Mr:, Victor A they closed tht- pt-fHsram with prayer. A Valentine MX'inl wa« hold «t Oie mhcliisioii of the bnsintys. Rt j IrekhnKMiU were served by the hos-1 tOA-i assisted by her daughter, Miss' ' Cut Their Wedding Cake Lions Party Is •^; : ^;>,---v- •.-...••'.••• ..--. g-ii i Gala Affair at-, •^.WiM .Shrine Club, Sixty couples attended the Vnl-j entlne party arid entertalmnejit glv-| im by the Cumberland Lions Clubi Thursday evening at the All Ghan: Shrine Country Club, honoring their j ladles. . A "mock" trial was tea- • tured, w'ith J. K. Snydcr as ma.sl.er of ceremonies. ^Gilbert B. Rehbivck was general chairman in charge of the affair. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Vandegilft, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs Ray Arsbach. M lit oh Bernstein, Mrs Ursula Bantz. Mr, and Mrs. Wm l{ H. Blake. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrils'. V.! I". (Bowers; Mr. and Mrs. William DoK der, Mr. arid Mrs. Chester A. Fish-, er. Mr. and Mrs. Earl; D, Grim.. Mllior J>. Hawk, Mrs. Thelma .Ohl.! Mr. and Mrs. W. Lester Helnrlch.: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Isiminger, Mr.: land Mrs. Albert Ray. Mr. and Mrs.! [Arch Hutchesbn,- George Kelso. Mr.j and, Mi5, William Kight. Mr. and -.. !.\frs. Clyde S. Kulers, Rev. and Mrs.! . %!charles M. LcFew, Mr. and Mis.j : ; 'Michael McDade, Mr. and Mrs. ,: : !George Martin. Mr. and Mrs. James; : v. : L. Messick; Frank Myprs. Mrs. Rit' : ienour, Paul Myers, Mr. and Mrs.: (John Park. Mr. and.Mrs. Harry Po5-: ?, Mr. : and Mr.s. Robert Powell. j.Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A. Rehbeck.' i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sell, Mr. and; jMrs. George Sellers,-Mr. and Mrs.; ;Jorin K. ' : Snydcr. Mr. and Mrs. j i Frank W. Spocrl, Mr. and Mrs. j :Francls H. Swecne. Mr. and Mis. „ y . .'\V. D. Timmons, Mr. and Mrs. J. ; p*'. JK. Trenton and daughter, Mr. nnd (''*"' £Sx35$£«Sfils§§3-'Mrs.- Floyd G. Trimmler, Mr.; and j f,(. find Mrs. .{ohn J. Lander whose marriage was solemnixed in .]™ rs - ^p, nrv ^ Y 1 '. agT ^? r ,' Mr; ' !U1ti: SS. 1'riiT arid I'luil Church February 10. Mr*, Lander is the former Mis* Klorcni'e Xevy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Nevv, 1"» Fayrlte slrr<H. . . February Bride Local Girl ftecent Bride Others attending were Mesdamr James Ruppcrt. Wjlllam Sheally, Henry T. Humphreys. Frank Hmw Robert Matllck, Carl Godwin. Thomas Dan'. Clarence .BlackHn, Lwrter Little. .Harvey Wilson. Mariori .Miller. Gordon Miller, Gladys j Cannon. Wllma. Alderton, Erma: Kichodemtis, Paul Shansky, MIsM M^srie Williams, Miss Alt« Earls and| Elizabeth McCitllough. : i First Aid Class j Cadet Nurses : Shown Pictures H. L* 1 * filloox. chuirman of First; Aid. Allcs&ny County Chapter of the; American Red Crow,'presumed the movinit picture, "Before tli» Dortor Comes." at the Wednesday morn- , Init meclhiR of :he standard First j Aid rl;v« of th« ne.wen member ill the AllCKJin.T Hwpltnl Cadtt Corps. h»ld in KlRht's RUditorlum. D Mrs. Wyand r. Doenicr. R. N.. o(! «he A!lc?any Hospital staff. U the! instructor. The cla.«j! meets Wednes-; day and Friday mornings. Members of the class Induce; Mi:<scs Marian Arthur, Ruby Bon-1 ncr. Mary E. Carter, Mary Carmen nook, Beverly Gerhnrdt. Mary W.I— Griffin, Mary France Hill, Doris j Hoffman Kao. moll M< Kenzie. Marian Miller. Wilda Phillips. Bettle Poorbaugh. Lorraine Pratt. Jean Rice. Laura Rice, Olivp Shafter, Catherine Stakcm. Roso Stnkcm. Dori% Swgruer and Maiy Va'pinine. ^^-^S^^^ii Mrs. Anilerstin 1'alrick (account todayi Mrs. Albert E. Windish, Mr. :ind, Mrs. Alvin E. Yaste. Mr. and Mrs.' Harvey Ziesler, Mrs. George Allen.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ga.-litz, Mr. nnd ^ Mrs. M. D. Wallrlch, Mr. and Mrs. George Legge, Aden Everstlne, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sptker, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. George Edenhsrt. M NIckols. Miss Rosenmarkel and Mr. and Mrs. Noel Grey. : ; M. W. Skelley, i/Miss.Moats are Wed at Rectory . t w ' ! Mrs. F. A. Patrick. Pieamont, W. iva. took place Monday. February Mr. and Mrs. James Moats, Rld-j 5 at Hi?a Noon j n Avon Park, jgeley, w. Va.. announce the mar- Florida at the rec ord of the Holy Air. HUU .\iii. V.TCUISC .— , . . y-^ . i , . i lr kda"Se^ss? Florida Ceremony Unites : -.1 nt-,A Aft" n t^ ^4 \ TTT- V/xrtl ' • •* . Miss Coffman / Sgt. 'Patrick: The marriage of Miss Mary Eliza-! 1940. and was in the European Thea- bcth CofTman. dauch.tcr of Mrs. H.jtre of War in 1941, serving on a F. Coffman. 172 Center street. Key-IB-17 FJyin? Fortress in Radio Gunser. and the late Dr. H. F. CorTman. and Staff • Sergeant. Thomas Patrick, son of Anderson Mr. and iriage of their daughter. Ruth Eileen i to Michael Skelley, son of Mr and JMrs. Samuel Skelley, McMuilen j Highway. i Tlie single ring ceremony was per' funned in SS. Peter and Paul rsc- itory Tuesday evening. February 13, :al 8 o'clock. »'!th the Rev. Alvin jWerth. O. F. M. Cap, officiating. | Mrs. Beatrice Walker, sister of the [bridegroom and John W. Barton 'were the attendants. The brlde: groom was af tired in a powder blue i street-length dre-ss with black ac- icessories and wore a corsage of Am- lerican Beauty roe?. 1 ;. j MTB. Walker wore a rose colored [street-length dress with black accessories and a corsage of gardenias i The bridegroom is employed as a [gunner at the Allegany Ballistics j Laboratory at Pinto where they will | reside. •pirit Church by the pastor, Rev. Father O. Sullivan. Mrs. Rnb«rt W. Gnacey Kingsley Group , , fman. Almira. Hummel. Loi-n ( _,nnriO\/ (-.mCC K I I H t" I H •se, Alberta Ley, Pollu McDer-lOl ILIL CTy~Vjll Ubb I N U U I I U i, Bessie McKen/.ic. Bcrnade'.to —r- , r-x i » s~ i i / Take Place At St. Lukes nery. From that theatre, he received the Silver Star for gallantry' i» action, the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Airman's Medal with two oak clusters and the Presidential Citation for his unit. Following- the ceremony, the wedding party was served luncheon at! the Walesbilt Hotel in Lake Wales, S-Sgt. aud Mrs. George Cumber .Florida. After a three day honey-, were the attendants. . j moon at Miami Beach, the couple' Sat. Joseph CottmarT. brother ofj.are at home in Avon Park. Fla.,-; .he'brldc who is stationed at MumlU'here Sgt. Patrick is an instructor Beach, Florida, gave his sister i n '«-uh the Army Air Forces. ; marriage. She wore :i white sheer! wool street-length" dress made on princess lines, with' a neckline of accessories. sage complete her costume. Mr?. Gunther wore a dress of white crepe and an orchid corsage. The bride Is a yraduate of Keyser High School, attended Potomac State School and Brldgewatcr College, and graduated from the American Air Line Traffic School of New York City. : beads: and white | A white orchid cor-! mae on r->. . . , sweetheart: }[Cfrif~T inri u-tiirr I <— -'lOl I IV- I Meeting To Be = Held Friday The Women's Society of Christian! Service of the Hagerstown District,; will hold a meeting at Centre Street S-Sgt. Patrick attended Bruce beginning; i B li School. Woslernport, and St * ,„„ ^ Plans for Two Future Events Tlie Loyal Daughter's Bible Class of Kingsley Methodist Church .held _ Us regular monthly meeting at the! Peter's School, in Westernport. and was employed as an electrician at the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. Luke, before going Into service. HR entered the army in Miss D. C. Vi 10 o'clock In the morning. John G. Cook, Frostburg, district! president, will preside. . ', Rev. Dr. O. B. Lanfrrall. district; superintendent, will have charge ofM tlie. Consecration service in the : morning, und Mrs. Langrall. wife of|| j Dr. Langi'al!. will be iti charso c£:' [the Devotional. Rev. Dr. Walter M.| i Michael, pastor of the host church/ I will give the invocation. Mrs. i Michael will be in charge of thej music, at the morning service. Class Robert W. Giiagey, son of Mr.! GnaRey. wears the European theatre ianri Mr.s. Quinter. GnRRry; Meyers- 'ribbon and two bronze stars. FolJoiv- -da!e. Pa., was solemnized Tuesday|ing his return to the United Sutes FTbriiary !3. in St. Ljkes.he wns haspiialized at Newton D. and Afrs. Frank A. Blaul.! Tlio women of the host church i cue street, cntertuhicd with a; will serve luncheon at noon. Louie Rollins assK-in I hosleEses ! dinner parly' last evening -at thei Mrs. Joy Elmer Morgan, president ' Mr.s; Ethel' Zimmerman' w7s"in! Cumberland Country Club honor- [for the past four years of the i Bal- charge and Mrs. Helen Roomette Ing the la tier's brother-in-law andjnmore Conference, of the W.S.C.S.. led . " lect i " g ' The nominating ' ;Lutheran church, with the pastor.: Baker Hospital. Martlnsburg. «M Aw^i ft ' r^ y r- and slw read : the Rev. Dr. H. Hall Sharp, oflicint- . Va^ for five months. _ MicarTe -9 fo? t he scripture l^n ic couple left following the „,„„..• t . - rf -.„,,„„. ',i K „ „„„„ I! ins. . • I \\ MLxs JeanueUe Gross, xi.stcr oi our year i^fm will be rlected at Ihe^ihe bride. WHS the maid of hor.cri nienitng tomorrow evening of the and the bride's only attendant. Em-; Nursrs Aides of Allegany County crson Snyder was b«,t man. u trip to New York and Panel Discussion To r. e devotional portion of the sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Shea.) will be the guest speaker at the of Washington, who are their guests.{afternoon session, which will begin Preceding the dinner, Mr. a'ndjat 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. AlfrettR King Mrs W. Carl White were hosts ntlPark<}r will be the vocal soloist and theme Thc e " closing the devotions with a poem « cocktail party- tit their home, eniitled, "The Soldier's Conversion.": Washington sirei-v. ;Mrs. Kenneth F. Beck the organist- for the afternoon program. Thn cla/is song "Loyalty to Christ"!—; was sung. ! ^^ Dviring the business session Mrs.! W _ nTAij i- Zimmerman announced that the'O Feature r-l. A. Meeting I Mother's Day Program and the 3pth j % Anniversary celebration were com-'kj S. T. Little Jeweh-y Co. Chapter of the American Red CrOn5.j The bride .w'tvs attired lii a black •ulilrh will k? held at, 8 o'clock atmnd white cnsPinbie with whicli she Memorlnl hospiinl. Mr.^. Harold K.iwore n black Directoire bonnet and Bliier will preside, .. 'mafchlns ncces-sorles. A corsage of j The Mount Royal Parent-Teacher! Ing events and committees were nri- ML<,« Cai'Tle Harden. Kupen't^or at white orchids and roses completed Association will feature a panel dis-|pointed Including Mr.s. Mary Bargcr.j Memorial, will'he the speaker. HIT her cofi'.ume. : ;ciL<sion at their meeting lomorrow|chairman of the Mother's Day Pro-i *ubject will treat of the \i*e ol, Mr.; GnaKcy is a ijradunte of All.. 1 -} evening at 8 o'clock nl the school.; gram.'May 13, and Mrs. Marguerite: various equipment and ij-pntmrnt .Rtitiy hiah .«rhool. riaw of 1938. aiuH'The topic, "Can Self-Reliance Be! Albert-son will head the 30th Anni-i trays iLM?d in hcvspluLs. Assisted by'of the Mcmr.rial Hiy-pital School ot'.Taiiaht," will be led by Adolf Slunk, jversary committee. nf the hospital ju'irspis. .the; Nursing, claw of : 1942. She is now drmoiiMrale the equipment; employee! at .... • WHShlllRU'TI. the cc/r.rluiioh of tlie niftmn f'fc. GnRK :lal licnir will be held and re-iosdale 'hlRl Doctors' Hospital in Tlie Dingle. | The. name of Kenneth Fletcher Eiisjcnc May, prosidrut. will be In| was drawn to receive tlie gift of charge of thn bn.-in'rM.session pro-|candy for the moiith. • is.ii eraduaie of Mny-;ccding the program. Tc;irlie.r.-. will Gnmes were played and rofresh- school clas-s; of 19^7.!be In their rooms at 7:30 to receive iments served. Awards were givnn and ts home on furlough froin over- ; the 'parents. Group Of Newest Young Peoples' Club Ttin. Times P!in<«nrrt)>lier caneht a jroup of inrmlM>r4 of Ihr Trcn Aj* Clab, nrwest for yiuint prople, <pon«ore«l hy S^Iem Dhaptfr, Rxiynl Arch Mnnonn, nt a rrrrni purty »t M»»onfo Temple. I'arllM are hrlH 'r%-rry s'.tlunlitr evening at lh« l«mpld. ;'••:'• to Mrs. Mary Barger and Mrs. Adelaide Messman. . ' Others present were MesdKmes. Bertie Hamilton, Rhea Bollnger.| Tillie l>Hsurc, Blanche Curry, Thel- i ma Mirkiri, Virginia Lillard, Ethel j Simmons, : Rhoda Duhlap, Hazel, Shade. Duella Bnrkman, Olive. Dorn.j Mary Simons. Viola Wilkinson, Ollyc 1 Nichols. Mamie Hinkle, Almecla Curry, and Misses Cecelia Lechlller','- Ruth Leamon, and Edna Durstii teacher. Mrs. Magdalene Cant is i I was a visitor. [ jChurch Class . | \ Holds Suppen i The Excckior Class of Gruc-e 1 Methodist Church held a Good Fellowship supper In the Junior room of the church Friday evcnlnc. A.',ter supper was served gnmes nn:l| ; music followed. '• : Those attending were: : I . Rev; and Mr.s. Charles^- l> ¥ -i i Few, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Brown I iand son, Mr. nnd Mrs. George' . Lellh rsnd son, Mr; and Mr.s. Walter) Evans «nd daughter. Mr. nnd^Mr:,,: ;Morris IfliiK, Mr. and. 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