Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1945 · Page 15
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, February 18, 1945
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1 'JA S I n .-j '•it • \ Announcement Is Made : ';:: Of Eror-Ullery : Wedding SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAT, TKBRUARY IS, 1015 Exchange Vows With Young Servicemen Mr.'and Mrs. O. C. Ullery, 115 West First street, announce the marriage of their daughter. Helen Ruth, Washington, to Private First Class Whitey Eror, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vttso Eror, R.FJD. No. 5, Fairgo. The ceremony was performed by ihe Rev. P. M. Naff at the homc of *e bride last December 30. Miss Kathryn Roe Dllery was the maid -' ' I. Campbell The bride was attired In an orchid suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of gardenias. The maid of honor was attired In a if honor and Glenn » r as best man. chartreuse street-length dress with a corsage of white gardenias. A buffet luncheon wits held fol- -ivinB the ceremony. A tiered wedding cake adorned with a miniature soldier and bride, formed the table centerpiece, and pink and blue streamers carried out the color scheme. ..-..- . Mrs. Eror is a'graduate of Fort Hill high school, class of 1940 and is employed in the War Department in Washington, where she will continue to reside for the duration. Pfc. Eror Is stationed at Fort Belvoir, Va. •. Valentine Dance, Party Given By Progressive Mother's Club Approximately thirty couples attended thel nformal Valentine dance and party at which the Progressive Mothers' Club was host on Friday evening at the LaVale ?lre r> Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wrmesel. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helmich, Mr. evening at the LaVale -ire hall, and Mrs. Harry DleSiiapland Ms Refreshments were served and the William Buchholtz. Jr Mr and Mrs Valentine motif was carried out In William Cramer, Jr., Mr 'and Mrs' r )IA n(*/*Jlf fl rirtiic ...-. - iv*:n:_..«._ __ . »« the decorations. Members and their friends attending included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lacoss, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Killackey, Mr. sud JAtf. ,)ames Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Rlchaid Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. List, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buchholtz, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goldsworthv, Mr.- and Mrs. Thomas Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hindle, Mr. ami Mrs. Gilbert M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorne. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Trimmier, Mr. and Mrs. George Bible Class Has Exchange'of Valentines The Amoma Bible Class of the First Baptist Church met at the church, the business session being followed by a program of music. Mrs. Jessie Deatlehouser opened the devotional. Prayers were given by Herpich and Mrs. Earl gram included a solo, "Walking With Jesus," arid several rejections were given by Richard Fox on the piano-accordion. Members took part in prayer service for the success of the coming evangelistic meetings. Cards and flowers -nere reported sent to shutins and n box was sent to a man in the service. A needy family was slso re- Mrs. Carl Gross. The program membered. An exchange of Valentines took place at the social hour. Refresh- Mrs. Gross ments were served by »nri Mrs. Ada Flora. . . Others present were Mrs. Walter . Alexander, Mrs. Cecil Greene, Mrs. Atia Flora, Mrs. Elroy Fox, Mrs Earl Gnuntz, Mrs. Carl Herpich Mrs. Leona Pullin, Mrs. Barbara Rcxroad, Mrs. William O'Neal. Mrs. John Resley. Mrs. E. w. Saylor. Mrs. J. E. Tritt, Mrs. Jessie Deat- lehouser. Miss Grace Cassen, Miss Mary Moxley and Richard Pox. , ., William Dtigan, Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Duke, Mrs. John Robb, Mrs. Eugene Thomas and Mrs. Margaret Diehl. .• .;..... Mrs. \yilliam Buchlioltz was general chairman in charge of the affair. She was assisted by Mrs. Cramer and Mrs. Taylor. Marriage Told Of Miss Korn to Cpl. Max 'Karp Miss Rita Cecilia Korn, daughter of Meyer Korn. 705 Gephart drive and Cpl. Max Karp, Yucca, Ariz., son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Knrp, Altoona, Pa., were married Tuesday, at 8:30 p. m. in the study of Rabbi Samuel Sobel at B'er Chayim temple, with the Rabbi officiating. Mrs. Carol Hendricks was the matron of honor and the bride's only attendant. Mr. Korn served as Cpl. Karp's best man. Tlie bride was attired in g. blue lama street length dress with which she wore fuchsia accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Her matron of honor wore a wine colored dress with black accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. The bride was a graduate of Allegany High School, class of 1340 and of Catherman's Business School and Duff's College, Pittsburgh. The bridegroom entered the service in 1942 and has been stationed at Tampa. Fla., Meridian, Miss., besides stations in Texas and Alabama, and now Is an instructor in aerial gunery at Yucca. Mr. Korn entertained in honor of his daughter and her bridal party with a wedding dinner at Porter's following the ceremony. Mrs. Karp «»i,r>.jiinri \.un|jLer .1*0. it. urner -ill reside with her father for the ! ° r The Eastern Slnr. celebrated the "*"*"— [forty-third anniversary of its Con~" on Friday evening at Pvt. and Mrs. Gerald Unckmnn Dortha Curry Becomes Bride ;-: Of Pvt Gerald Ruckman :MI:is Dorilia Eli/nbtth Cuiry, i the bridi 1 . wrt.* i:u< Iron of honor daiujhtcr'of Mi. »nd Mrs. Hcrn'mii un .' v nu«miitm JIUIK-JS H. iUicki... Curry, 15 Weber ,«trcci. became,the i scl ^ C(i . lli llts brothers best mail, bride Monday evening . of Private' Gerald Vum'uii Ruck:nnri, son 4f Mi. arid Mrs. William Ruckinun • ol Wiley Ford, W. Va. ; The double, ring wroinony- wwi solemnized ; In Hie parsonage of ,.,„,„ Kinjjsley Methodist church with the pink „,,... pastor, Rev. Hlrl A. Kilter, official-' A iwptic.ii v.-us held Tuc4<!ny ing. Mrs. Clifton J. Cook, .sister «f [ niuht' of imliUo blu'f. with futohin *irio.s. A coisngc of rod row- buits completed her costume. Mrs. iCoyl; WHS KM i red Inn slte/t-icnulh of dark blue, with fusclila no- .Slw won 1 a corsage of at the home uf .the bride's . at which thirty .relatives 1-iind irlendi were eiucriain'ed. Mrs. in serving by f /—-—r-r-yund irlendi Oil 'K Cilrrv was VJI: V_. I I |I? M ' ; ciins j~7~ j II | pi . . ; iMi.v Waller Kciwatd.s pre.sidcti ai the • O Ho n HnnV' |Him: ' 11 lx ™ i iv t iyiu i ui \.y-j The blidl , LS ., Fraciija i t . l)f HnL H •'•••:• r-y- . Hili lilt;!! .school. an<i is, RJI employ- PC^ rnnrnni ol the <>i-»i<^ corporation <>( yM 1 I ' ULJI UI I I America Pr:v«io Hurknmn. who | • . . '. itllentii'ii HidKeU'.v Intli school, wnv , Tlie Women's Division of t!ie "I* 0 H;i einpluye nl bo- i BiUilmore and Ohio C.T.P.. will! 1010 louvmt: lor Furl Lr-omud AVood, jhold u Valentine party at Ihc 13 [Missouri, w-hoiT lie received his linsir ia'nd'O. Y.M.CA. at 8 o'clock .Tue»dii ; evening, when a program of enter tutnment will be .presented by xev- ----• enil piano pupils of Mi.-: Marguerite npl ' P»icnis for tin 1 duration, JW. Richards . . -••• }•• Piaiio solas will be plnyed b'vMiw; r'/i,/-. AX^/.-,~ ; Jeanne . Marquis. Miss Marguerite Uut3 r" ee '' n 9 i Keller, Misi Edith Ann DoollUle. jMLss June Aldiiy. and Miss Katli- ryn ! Richards will sins " group o! digs', accompanied by her muiher i ''"' Hl!lt ,.,A skit "To Market. To Market ,"j h ° m! ' °' Mr will be given in pantomime «iri1t;_ . ~. . _ - .. ... .- been stutioiu-d at Ciimp. l.ivir.Mstou. L:i Riii-kiniui \\\\\ reside v, Ith Ai Hare/man Home 33lm <lub "V pl Rl - llir Walter Htmmnn, \Vnr- Richard ^McElwee, "Jr. Weds . Miss Mary Lou Mi! eson Here Mrs. Baker was attired in a black dress with red accents, matching ac- of i Ol! The marriage of Miss Mary Lou Milleson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Milleson, Romney, W. Va., to Richard H. McElwee, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. McElwee, Marlinton, W. Va., was solemnized here Thursday afternoon. The ceremony was performed at 4:15 o'clock in Trinity Methodist Church, with the pastor, Rev. s. Register Ncel, officiating. Rev. Mr. Neel is a personal friend 'of the McElwee family. Mrs. William Baker, Romney, was matron of honor and the bride's only attendant, and Jack Booth, Marlinton. was best man. The bride wore a light blue gabardine suit, with matching list, white blouse and gloves, and black shoes „ _., B „.„.„„. „..„ with matching purse. A corsage of-Mrs. McElwee will re.side in Rom- gardenias completed her costume, iiiey. Mrs, l'miil-kle, M!.-.. i. ' : •••••• - """• VHUH .uiumnv .Mann-orci .win:mill-isle M'- Oral PliHthis Mrs day evening at 8 o clock, at 1 he! grade. Those taking part include Preside at the business meet Ing <a\- ,Mat gmvi Rnbor'-on i,nd ' Mr« : ~ "• ' ' " ' -•-'•••- -towing the program: .-iowrize I U.I!. A s,,,-iu>'ho.i! foliowni school. She will take as. her subject, "Nutrition • In Home and School." A motion picture. .:• "A Modest Miracle," will be shown, and a play- let "Around The Family Table," will be presented by pupils of the hixth Carole Joanna Relth.. Beveily BraUfield Don *••"'.; ^*»'< i Buskirk, ' Ronald Fearer and Thomas . . Al lh ,'' Valenll " l> Party, which will .thcb - - ' . At which • • • ; • . 1,1 nil George Mease, president, will beiheld ~ : rce n[ the -jneetini; change of handkerchief !«•; Mrs. Hanson Rice will be iirthe home o! of the refieshmenls 'Third .street Tlic Apii! meottnc »ill H'M-m held ni i urebi wun rea accents, matcning ac- •" ceisories and a corsage of gardenias. LAZARUS MAIN FLOOR DRESS SHOP • LAZARUS MAIN FLOOR DRtSS SHOP • LAZARUS MAIN FLOOR ORf« Thp hHH*a ic o ornriltnto nF 1\in: _ .' . l~\>(-"\ L/ACJJ The bride is a graduate of the; Romney high school, and of Matli-i son College. Harrisonburg, Virginia. She is employed at the Bank Romney. Mr. McElwee is a graduate Fork Union Military Academy, and '• West Virginia University where he ! MAIN HOOP DRESS SHOP wasp; class.! 5 played varsity footbf.ll. and president of the Freshman . He is a member of the Delta Tau • Delta fraternity and of Phi Bator i ^ Kappor honorary fraternity. He Ls,5 coach of all sports at the Romney j 5 high school. j RoUowing a wedding trip Mr. and! n . . . ;. ' birthday Celebration Friday McKinley No. 12. Order duration. Homemakers : Observe llth BirthdavSoon • ' The Maple-side Homemakers Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. R. Brotemnrkle. 702 Oldtown road, when a Valentine party was featured following the business session. Mrs. Leo Darr presided and following the recital of the Homemakers Creed. America Plans were made for was sung. holding a dress-form demonstration at the home of Mrs. Darr, rand, next Friday. 621 Oldtown Miss Maude A. Bean, county home demonstration _^_ X/0-f- • -_)G I. 1 v' . Miss Mutton . I—I fj : Miss Nyna Fey, tlie only charier ! member attending, was presented | with a pink camellia corsage. The I . past matrons were presented with' temple, with Mrs. Ullieia handmade linen hankercliief. s( Hut ion 'Masonic M ^ ....^. 1 ^.u,,^^^,, , j Miller, worthy matron, and Harry I the order emblem, a star crocheted i Poling, worthy patron, presiding. I in the corner. Thev were made by Charter members, past matrons [Mrs. Lillie Miller, "worthy matron and past patrons were honored atlEflch past patron, was presented npressive in charge marriage of Mi« Betty Mutton, of Spokane. Washington, to Sgt. Harold Brown, son of Mr. and Mio. Samuel Brown, of Cresaptown. The ceremony was solemnized Friday by the Rev. Joseph W. Young, pastor of the Methodist Circuit Miss Thelma Brown and Sgt. Call Brown, sister and twin brother o; the bridegroom, were the attendant* Tlie bride was attired in n powder blue suit with which she wore white accessories. The maid of honor wore a black suit with -white accessories. A wedding supper was served at the home of the bridegroom, following the ceremony. The bridegroom and his brother are both Sergeants with the Air Corps Ground Force, the farmer being crew chief, stationed at Mountain Home, Idaho. They came here demonstration agent, talked on with tlle Dridc - s ° fiat the wedding dress materials and labels, and plan«!F ould take place in the bridegroom'.- *cre made for celebrating the club's homc town ' eleventh anniversary with a covered dish luncheon at the next meeting, which will be held in the recreation room at the home of Mrs Arthur G. Arthur, 600 Ridgcwood avenue. Following the business routine a I valentine party was held with flow- j "-•••'• and the refreshments carrying « red and white color scheme. Attending were Mesdames Richar<! VanHorn, LeRoy Jewell, Ernen, -MncKnnzie. James Weakley Arthur Anhiir, August Bealky, Harold Bi?iiop, Osa Brotemnrkle. Harry Btotemarkle. George Burrtctte George A. Kraft. B. J. HinkJe s E Hufcon, E. L. Keefer, William Par- *cr, Charles Smith, F. v. VanHorn «">• VanHorn, Melvin Wharton -Mary Fridlnger, Gormer- Kellj of Mrs. Marion Cook.. Each officer taking part carried a lighted taper. They included Mr.s. Miller, Mr.s. Rebecca Collins. Mrs. Shirley Mess. . ma ? c of the | man. Mrs. Elinor Umstot, Mrs. Virginia Harrison. Mrs. Mary Paulman. Mrs. Justina Sleidinss. Mrs. Myrtle Martin, Mrs. Emma Miller. Mrs. Clara Bittner and Miss Erma Harshberger. per- i "* with a linen handkerchief. Approximately one-hundred sons attended the gffair, wliicli wasj in charge of Mrs. Cook. A program i was presented by Miss Mnmie Orn-!«- dorff. vocalist, with Mrs. Bertie ;§ Ranck at ihe piano. Mrs. Steidingsi 10 presented the gifts. ! Following the program refresh- l menls were served with Mrs. Artie Q ' . iDureti and Mrs. Steidings in charge Cadet Nurse Student Is .-- Bride of Army Sergeant' Mr. and Mrs. : Harry Sulser of Midland, announce the marriage of their daughter. Mary Leona. to Staff of Norfolk. Va. maid of honor and Harry served as best man. The bride wore a black and a., now stationed at The ceremony was solemnized at 8:30 o'clock Monday morning at St. Patrick's Catholic church, with the Rev. Francis J. McKeown officiating. Miss Marjorie Raymond was F!?T r »;", ' WACIs Bride OfS-Sgt. ^•T^/-'^-.^--..-. v^&te". :i i wed- at thc.O • ••uiti^i.j, *_ruimt:i rveil} i -.- R. Smith, Eleanor VanHoin j Hobby Weakley and Robert Smith I P'o gncst.s. Mrs. Frederick Grow- 1 "^n and Mrs. Edith Shlllinghurg.i ^erc also present. : I Navy Man Here! Weds Pa. Girl! _ Miss Naomi Audrey Ritchev naughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Blair "'tchey. Hyndman, Pa., and Raymond Grant SLsk. coxswain aboard an LST. son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ,.'" s l' 22 ' 1 Arch street, were married • nt .' o'clock Friday evening In the Parana KC of the Rev. W. j. Llovd, *-'l p rMie, with the bride's sister. Miss tw^ C nitcnci J', as her maid of The bride Ls a graduate of Hynd••»> filsh :'school. Tlie bridegroom, " firndimic of Fort Hill high school, «as employed at the Baltimore and u hio Railroad roundhouse prior to entering the scrvlcn in 1943 He Alined for Ihc amphibious force " ~nmpson, N. y., and has been on l ly sllicc then ' hnving taken " , thfl lnvnsion "f North ? icl!iv An7l ° * nt * Southern Besid « the European Uie- Wur Rnd the American the- rlbbon5 ' lle nlso l ™ rc " - one ror An7 ' l(> nnti SoVUllCm Frnncc - " f ' t)Url.v tin - •—. A'lll rmlrir for the duration. with her and accessories. A corsage of red roses and gardenias completed her, costume. The maid of honor wore I a blue dress with black accessories and a corsage of red roses. Following the ceremony dinp breakfast was served ... ... Algonquin Hotel for the bridal pa ty. after which Set. and Mrs. Raymond left for a brief trip to New York. The bride is a graduate of Beall high school, Frostburg. and for. the'S past ten months has been in training as a Cadet at Allcgany Hospital. S-Sgt. Raymond sradiialed from the Mcyer.sdale high school and since returning from thirteen months service overseas; hits been stationed with the Army Air Corps at Norfolk, where the couple will reside. • ' - \°e Queen Esther! Class Guests of Mrs. Li ha burg 1 The Queen Esther Bible'cinis of ihe First Methodist church met * Friday evening at the home of Mr.-i. o Charles Unaburg, 618 Lincoln: 5 -street, with Mrs: Nina Harriett. <o president, opening with the dcvo- 2 lional. . § Mrs. Mae Nilnnd was auctioneer:*: foi the white Elephant sale which'§ was featured. Plans were made fori-i holding the March meeting at the"" homc of Mr.s. Hnrvoy Auvll, 216 ~ Noith Lee street. J Those attending were MIT.. Louis >J^ Hoffman and Miss Gertrude Shnf- g for, teachers, MiF-s Doris Rice, Mi.s.-i Virginia Haller, Mrs. La Verne New-' ^ comer. MIS. Clco Wertx, Mrs. Bertha:'--' Shaffer, Mrs. Wayne McMaiion, • Mrs. Charles Livesny. Mrs. Vlr-i^ glnia Zcmbower, Mrs. Nina Bnmcujo Mrs. Robert Llewellyn. Mrs. Harvey] 5 Auvll, Mrs. Sterling Wyatt and, Samuel WeLskottle. ^ main floor dress shops 10 10 Thr former S«(. Vrra Kalhryn Mrlfon"of Krysrr, W. Va.. Wlio ' hrr.»m« the hrlite nf S-S r t. Norm.n F. Flory, on F«»,. in In Cnltimlila. - Gephart P-T A ^ To See Picture^ Miss MnrRnret. Lonr. BMlstnnl § (.-(nml,v , home cicmoruirnMon ngrnt. •» will l>r ; (lie : guest speaker n( the !^ meelliij; ;of , the Gophnrt. School ' -* P.ircnt-Trncher A.wxiinllnn, ' - ' I! 3.98,.:-'14. 98 Loioruj Four Fomouj moin floor drcis shops bring you o molchlcn array of Summer FajJiionj that ting for youth and icjt and tummcr "CAROLE KING JUNIORS, ............ 9 JOAN MILLER JUNIORS. ', • . , : 9 . 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