Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 1, 1944 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1944 Bride of Former Cttmberldndet Program Announced For Wa Concert Tom.o June Hunter, Cadet Lawlefv In Texas Announcement ifi. made of tl)e marriage' of Miss June Audrey Hun' t*r, daughter of. "-Alfred Hunter, Prostbqrg, and the late Mrs. Elizabeth KeUo Hunter.-to Pre-Aviation Cadet Arthur - Lawler, Jr., son of Mr. and MM.. Arthur* Oran Lawfer, Fort Stockton; Texas, -The ceremony waa r soletnniz(fd. on Be ptember S in the First Methodist Church, Fort Stockton, with the Rev. Raymond B. McGrew officiating, in the presence of the Immediate families. Mrs. Wallace L. Garvey, of .Waco, Texas, sister of {he bridegroom, was matron of auam <uiu William E: McKenzle, Fort Stockton, was best man. The bride was attired in a blue wool dress with white accessories. A corsage of pink rosebuds completed her costume. Mrs. Garvey wore a grey wool dress •with black accessories. Mrs. La,wler Is a graduate of Beal! High School, Frostburg, and Is employed by the Celanese Corporation. Cadet Lawler is a graduate of the Fort Stockton High School and received hU chemical engineering degree from Rice Institute, Houston, Texas. Prior to cnterlng-trie-^Afmy Air Forces, he was employed as a chemical fngihcer for the Philadelphia Quartz Company. Philadelphia. He Is stationed at Lubback, Texas. Following 1 their wedding trip to San Antonio and Houston. Texas, Mrs. Lawler returned to this city where she will reside at 11 East street, for the duration. Church Women Hold Mission nstitute Here Mrs. John .S. Cook presided at ,both sessions of the twenty-seventh annual missionary institute, sponsored by the Council of Church Women of Cumberland, held Friday at the Bethany United Brethren church. Approximately fifty-five members of the various church missionary societies attended. Mrs. Robert U •Critchfleld was in charge of the morning devotlonals, taking as • her topic. "Courage." Greetings were extended by Mrs. Edward Shaffer. Also tU this ses- iion. the 'presentation of the study book. "Into All Uio World," led by Mrs. R. L.. Brill, teacher, was given by Mrs. E. Lee Fresh, Mrs. i. C. Islnmuiger . and Mrs. William A. Ilsenberger. The session concluded with prayer by Mrs. Elizabeth Zilch. In the afternoon the prayer was U-d by Mrs-JW. C. Light A review of the book", "West of the Date Line," was led by Mrs. S. R. Neel, teacher. Taking part In the disctis- uion -were Mrs. James Klrkpatrick, Mrs. J. G. Lighter. Mrs. Sloan Saville, Mrs. H. C. Trenton, Mrs. Mar- ssret XJphftm, Mrs. Harry Hill, Mrs. J. S. Cook and Mrs. Ethel Zlmmer- . mnn. The Institute closed with the traditional candle light service with Mrs. C. H. Buckle, Mrs. A. B. Scragum, Mrs. W. C. Light, Mrs. Zilch, Miss Ef fie Hast, Mrs. O. J. Swnrtley, Mrs. John I. Vandegrift and Mrs. Saville, participating. Mrs. J. E. Keller wns In charge of registrations. Luncheon was served at noon. These Smiling Brides In Colorful September Weddings Si Herman Keel (see account today) Mrs. George Kraft, the -'.lonner Eugenie Allher of Baltimore,, wed September 18. ' . • " V" A ' ' . Y . Auxiliary Hold Dinner Field Adviser Of GirLScbuts •. . .•. • • ; •' To Visit of,.yve;<31rl confer ..with; the fGUrii^out. Council, committee' ^omen,.; le»d.ers^ahS. assistant pleaders/ tomorrow' and •Tu'efe- day>! at; the '''Little ' House, • Greene street Xv'-'•'; v ';.;.-'• •-. ! .' -: f -. <bie- : Je'a'ders^ and adult .'• vblun- t«fis 4re';i3*ed«di' according- to Mrs. Foster;' *'ever£ though there 1 are nearly ' 200,000 \ "women;: and men,* top.j eullsted,' lri v Qlrl;;Scouting, twice as] niany p'ouid be-UBed. 1 ' . ; ; i The -•greaicst\;'sa'tlsfsctlpn of all, Irs. Foster : said, v - : "5s' helping'.girls' realize that' they,- too, can -have -a " part In the important ;eyents of our time. :.'="thousands of Girl scouts are t«Whg the <war effort,.by col- lectinjf • salvage,,' ; working in -hospi- t*ls,y making' Bcrapbooks -for conva- lesbent "soldiers,' aiding at Blood Donor ''centers',; learning to ra}se ; and preserve; :f6ods, ; and. carrying qn other Important and useful wartime r __ will - meet v .__ . „, . at 2 p: rri. • tomorrow;-.with)' ttopp,cbrhrnlttces and sta'ndlng'com-j iniitees Tuesday afternoon it ;2j leaders and assistant leaders Tuesday;evening at 8 o'clock.'' •-'..•••. '_•,.'••.', ermah Hdads .Loomis Bible Glass , Mrs. . John I. Vandegrift, The Dingle, was hostess to members of the .Lc-omis Bible Class, Friday evening, .; with Mrs. A. D. Sherman, presiding at the business session. Mrs, Victor Athey opened with readings from the fourth chapter of John, and Mrs. J. H, Judy led in prayer. The roll call was answered with a scripture verse. A special offering .was taken for the flower fund. The election of officers was held and Mrs. Sherman was named president; Mrs. Laura Moore, first vice- president; Mrs. B. L. Moreland, second vice president; Mrs. Athcy, third vice president; Mrs.T. L. Curtis, secretary; Mrs. Charles Rurik- les, treasurer; Mrs, J. H.. Judy, teacher, and Mrs. F. L. Decker, reporter. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Vandegrift. At the recreational hour, games were featured and class sisters revealed. The hostess was assisted In serving refreshments by Mrs. Athey and Mrs. Ruckles. To Thursday Night Tlie Ladles Auxiliary of Central Y.M.O.A. will mark its fall opening •with an informal dinner at 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the "Y". Mrs. John Zimmerman, will preside. Mrs. Harry Anderson it chairman of arrangements and is being assisted by Mrs. C. Guy Brengle. Mrs. Arthur Apscy, Mr». Ira Vnnciesrift, Mrs. Franklin H. Ankeny, Mrs..O. I. Bergstrom, Miss Mary Brengle, Mrs. J, E. Chappell. Mi's. H. E. Messman, Mrs. J. R. Dorn. Mrs. W. A. Elsenberger, Mrs. A. M. Kagy, Mrs William Edwards. Mrs Orion O. Wilson and Mrs. Emll Gustnvson. Following the dinner, the election of officers will be held and -other routine business transacted. Mrs. George Kraft is chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Cornelius J. Bageant, the former Catherine McMillen, wed September 7. Mrs. Arthur Lawier (see account today) To A quiz program, will feature the meeting of Western Maryland Lodge No. 1607, B'nal B'rith, to be held Tuesdayat 8:15 p. m. In B'er Qhaylm vestry room. Four, teams will participate in the quia and are as follows: No. 1 team, George Ossip, David Weiss and Allan Hlrsh; No. 2, Moe Sacks, Victor Salvln and Harry Pinsky; No. 3, Jacob Goodman, Harry Benemah and Charles Spear, and No A, Alex Green, Clarence Lippel and Myer Abramson. Prizes will be given and refreshments served by the social committee. Green Bowling Club To Feature Short Talks Project chairmen will give two- minute talks at the meeting Tuesday afternoon' at 1 o'clock of the Bowling Green Homemakers Club, which will be held at the home of Mrs. Wesley A. McOraw will preside and Mrs. Ernest E. McCollough will be In charge of the musical program which will include the story of a hymn. The subject of the talks by the project chairmen will be on "What Can We Do In Our Community for Bettor Living?" Those participating will be Mrs. Thomas Johnson, read- Mrs. Humphreys Heads Baptist Aid Society jing chairman. Mrs. J. E. Trlt't, recreation chairman and. Mrs. McCollough. There will be an informnl discussion on the topics. OflJcern for the year elected at H recent meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist church, held at the home of Mrs. Vlrjjll mnn> Addition. Rice, Ml. Savage Man Gels Jap Weapons From Son Edgar Bridges, Mt. Savage, received a Japanese rifle, bayonet and ammunition • pouch last week from his son, Robert Leo Bridges. BM 2-C, serving with the Seabces some- Mrs. Henry T. Humphreys wns elected prrslrifnt; Mrs. William O'Neill, vice president: Mrs. Jnmes Flora, general secretary; Mrs. Bow-i where in the Pacific. i Tlic gun Is ft .31 caliber nnd la In excellent condition, according to Mr. Bridges. Bowlln? Qrflcn. on 'October 30. Mrs. YlrjMl r*l- li » -~«WT«..I»^ ^»k\-\.ll, Ull WVVVUd OV, rVlldi William Shenlly, financial secretary I Earl Gross. Mrs. W. S. Goodwin ami MM. T. O. Ciirtln. tronsiwr.! nnd Mr*. Elias Gatehouse will be The nrxt meeting will be held in the form of n Hallowe'en party nt the homo of Mrs. Humphreys, the nssisUint ho-stemex. Cars will leave the church at 7 p. m. for the party. sabel Bewick Becomes Bride Of Pittsburgh Man Mr. and Mw. Joseph Bewick, 801 Shrlver avenue, announce the mr.r- riaac of their daughter, Isalxl, to Jnck Naylor Smith, Pittsburgh. The ceremony was solemnized yes• t«rday afternoon in Centre Street Mathodlst Church, with the Rev. Dr. Walter M. Mlchnel, pastor, officiating, in the prcjicnce of the immediate families. •A, dinner wa« held following the Mrcmony, nt tha All Ghan Shrine Country Club, nt which the table decorations were in the bridal motif. ....-;•' The a. »rnduate of Aile- gnny High School -nnd of the University of Maryland and Is employed by the Pemi Slate College us home economlo rcpr«scntatlve for i He bride wna nttlrrd In a Umrj Allegheny county, with hcndmmr- '""" dress with which slip wore n tors In Pittsburgh, Mr. Smith b an employe of the Cnrrtrglo Steel Company. Pittsburgh, where the couple will reside. Vfilvct Unl and sorte*. Shr cnrrlcd an oouquct of TrtlUsmnn ittocs. County Council Of P-T.A« Will Name DelegatesTo Convention The Allegany County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations will meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the Board of Education' oflice, Bedford Road Club Meets At Straw Home Mrs. William C. Straw will be hostess to the Bedford Road Homemakers Club, Tuesday afternoon, at her home, 146 Bedford street. Mrs. Charles Brant will discuss the "Effect of the Present Day Development on World Peace," and Mrs. A. E. Valentine will speak on the subject of "Family Recreation." A roundtable discussion will follow the talks on "What Should Be Done la Our Community for Better Family Living Conditions." Individual accomplishment i ports will be collected and made concerning the club'a participation In the Achievement Day program of November 8. The place for hold- Ing the day will also be decided at this meeting. Mrs. Straw will preside. Washington street, with Mrs. George J. Miller presiding. Reports will be given by the delegates who attended the summer conference at College-Park, and delegates to the state convention to be held in Hagerstown November 1 and 2 will a.\so be named. Mrs. Robert G. Doty, county program chairman, will give a talk on "Program Planning," and a talk, will also be given by Mrs. • Edward Mathews, county social hygiene chairman. The fall and winter program will be planned. Officers of the. Council, 'besides Mrs. Miller, president, are Mrs.Myra Nefflin, first vice president; Mrs. J. Orville Fier, second vice president; Mrs. Joseph Miller, recording secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Hitt, corresponding secretary and Walter MacKay, tr Staff Social Club Sends Box To New Guinea The Staff Social Club met «t the horr.e of Mrs. Ann Dronnlng. 24 Boonc itrcet. Friday evening, with Miss Beatrice Rudigcr a* co-Hostess. . Following the . huslnens session games were played r.nd-prizes were won by Mrs. Fayc L<«" Burner and Mrs. Oenavleve Wagner. The b«n«- nt prize was awarded to Miss Rud- Jgcr. The soldiers box will be Kent to Pvt, John F, Jenkins, stationed In New Guinea. The October meeting will be held lit thft homu of Mrs. Ada Twlgg. 114 HarrUon street, with Mr.i. Elsie Lcnr M co-hostess. Others prcwnt were Mrs. Emma Rudigpr, Mrs. Helen Conference Of W.S! CS. Names Local Officers The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Hagerstown District, Methodist Church, meeting Friday .In Hagerstown, at St. Paul's Methodist Church, sleeted officers for the coming year, inculding several from Cumberland, and a Frostburg woman an president. Mrs. John a. Cook, Froatburg, wns elected 'president; Mrs. S. R. Neel, city, rice president; Mrs. E. F. Phillips, city, corresponding, secretary; Mrs. John .V/. Merchnnt, RP.D. No. 3, secretary of student work. Mrs. John Q. Nlcklln, R.F.D. No. 3, children's work; Mrs. Robert W. Young, city,-secretary of Christian Social Relations and Local Church activities; Mrs. C, M. Le- Few, city, chairman of week of prayer and thank offering; and Mrs. John Wilson, Eckhnrt, «ecre- tnry of Young Wdrnen's and girls' work. ' MJss Kathryn Eye, returned mis- sionary'to the Belgian Congo, gave the 'principal' ftddfesi, The Rev. Helen V. Purinton, pastor of EfcivlJ Memorial church, ,"Ohi Hlghwny. wnfl one of the speaker* on the program. OthfiM from here inking part In the conference we.-e MTU, William Mary M. Smith Becomes Bride Of Sgt. Keel Mi-, and Mr. John Smith, Mt, Savage, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Margaret, to Set. Herman M. Keel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Keel, 30 Orchard street, this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. Randolph Kcefe, Jr., at Grace Baptist church, September 14. The attendants were Miss Agnes Smith and Cpl. Robert Getz, Wellersburg, Pa. The bride wore a light blue gown with a shoulder length veil. Her accessories were pink and she wore a corsage of pink rosebuds. The maid of honor wore a white gown trimmed in red, with a corsage of red 'roses. Dinner was served at the home of the bride following the ceremony. The bride Is an employe of the McCrory Store and Sgt. Keel }s stationed nt Canip Pickett, Virginia; O/7/cers Club Meets . The Officers Club of Manhattan Temple. No. 8, held a- meeting Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Betty Barnes, 437 Ascension street, with games featuring. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ruth Smith and Mrs. Agnes Love. The October meeting will b/> held at the home of Mrs. Fnye Lee Burner, Maryland avenue. B' nai B'rith Quiz The Music and Arts Club ot Cumberland will present plga Grether, mezzo - soprano; Eugenia Hallj Evaris, pianist, and Lindsey Broad- oent, USN, flute soloist, .with Benjamin Johnston, Jr., USN accompanist, In. a War Benefit concert tomorrow evening at Allegnny High school auditorium. at 8:15 o'clock. The program .will be in two parts, each musician being heard in 'two groups, and will Include "Seltdem Dein Aug'tn Meines Schant«" Richard Strauss; "Nell", Gabriel' Faure; "Des Pas de Sabots", Raoul Laparra; -and "Hat Dich' Die LJebe- scrwllit," Joseph Trlarx, Olga. Grether, mezzo-soprano, Sonata, No. A !n C Majpr, Bach; "Dance of the Blessed Spirits, C. W. Gluck; Alle- grt tip,. Benjamin Godard, played hy Lindsey Broadlient, Mr. Johnston at the piano; with Lillian Howard Mann at" the'piano; "Polka", Smetr ana; "Dance," Dvorak, and j?relude, Club Calendar The Past Matrons and Past Patrons" Association of Western Maryland, OSS., will hold a caravan Tuesday at 8 p.'in. to'Rebekah Arnold Chapter, Mt> 'Savage. Manhattan Terripla No. 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at Junior Order hall, Polk street. ' ' • ; The Parent-Teacher Association of Cresaptown School will hold its first meeting of .the . year'in the school auditorium at 8 p'. m. Tuesday.' .- ' • •. The Ladles Auxiliary of 'the Bowman's Addition Volunteer Fire 'Company will hold a bake sale In the City Furniture store, Oct. 7, starting at 10 a; m, for the benefit of the fire department. The Past Councilors Circle .of the D! of 'A-, will . hold 'a covered .dish dinner at 6:80 p. m. Tuesday at the home .of Mrs..Lucretia Emerlck, 210 South'street. . . 'Court'Cardinal Gibbons No! 5W," Catholic'Daughters of'America, will meet at 8; 15 p. m. .tomorrow at the horoe, ; . Union street.- Members are to' brliig- addresses and cash donations for the Christmas boxes for 'their brothers In the. service, . The Gleaners Sunday school class of Trinity Methodist church will meet.Tuesday evening at.the home of Mrs. Eleanor Proudfoot, 13 Vermont- avenue. Devotions -will be' led by' Miss -Beatrice Rudlgcr .and ehr tertalnment. will be in charge of Miss Margaret Mahariey. The. Loyal-Followers class of the First Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Wiima Lee " Steele, 59 Prospect square.: .;.'-. . . . . The Templar Bible Class of the Re.bekahs Have Full Schedule Of Events For Coming Week The, 'armual banquet of the Rebekah ' Social ;Club .will be '.held Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at I. O. O..F. hall, South Mechanic T?ont and Mr*. Gcnevicve Wotrrng.' Dis hop. Mrs. Chnrlc* M. L*Few 'and Mrs.. O. B. at, the AJL Ghan Shrine Country Club^.wlth games and dancing following.'.: ... .... ,: .*;. . . -.-, '. Mrs.- Gertrude. Rowley will serve as master . of ceremnoles and a musical program -under the dirao- tlon of Mrs. Bertie Ranck will be featured. Miss Stella Mae Zihlman slnff a solo and a vocal duet Will' b« given by Mrs. Idella Hartsock and MM. Verna Hicks, ; wlth Mrs. Hnnck jit the piano. . ; .Mrs. Elizabeth-Diehl is ehnlrronn of arrangement* for the affair, which . will be , semi-formal. Mrs. Martha Wellcr and Mrs. Hicks will In clutrifc of ihn gnmes, I On Tuesday eviipuig at 6:30 o'clock, Colfnx Rebekah Lodge No. I will hold a covered dish supper street, with Mrs. Carrie chairmen, it will be followed by the regular business meeting nnd drill rehearsal by this 'drgrsa t*pm. All members are naked to attend. Miss Cathtrlne Ayers is captain of the team. , Mrs, Bertha A. Hughes,. Baltimore, past president onct state Instructress of UIB R«b«kah AssembJ?, will hold schools of instruction on Thurday, ' October 5 tit : Mirinm RebeKnh Lodge No. 18, Weatcfnport, and Friday, .October 0. nt Wlldey Rebeknh Lodge, Mt. Savage. All • members of the Rcbckah Lodges of Wefltern Maryland arc invited to attend. Bene Rachmaninoff Eugenia Hallj 1 The second half of the progri; will, include "Pavane" St. Sac^ "Polonaise and Badinage", BaclS "Habanera," Ravel and "SyrirJ DeBussy, Lindsey Broadbent; ": The Children^" Rachmaninoff; Pcsture," Charles Naglnski; Song Is You," Jerome Kern; cuerdo," Mario Castelnupvo _ *~ co; "Song of the ' Open," LaForge, Olga, Grether, Seller:"*} Chopin, and "Reflets dans 1'cj'^ DeBussy, Eugenia Evans. " Eugenia Halij Evaiis Is a nn-J§ of Czechoslovakia ivnd graduate i the Prague Conservatory. Miss G:^ ther is a graduate of the Peabc£ Conservatory of Baltimore, and >J5 appeared as guest soloist with Baltimore Symphony Orches Linds'ey Broadbent and Ills accc:,i : jj| panist, Benjamin -Johnston, Jr.. s""' appearing through the courtesy the -United States Navy Sclio Washington. Both are Seamen 3 Miss Alice Keller Has Date Of Marriage To Lt. Miss Alice . Keller has chosen October 10;as"the date of her marriage to lieutenant Morris Burns Stanley, -XISMC. The ceremony will be solemnized a.t ^ .o'clock in the evening at the First Presbyterian church, Washington street. Rev. WlllJam A. Elsenberger will officiate. Miss Anue.Yoerg, Holyoke, Mass., will be the mild of honor and Mrs. Marshall O. Williams will be matron of honor. . Miss Joy. Small and Miss Dorothy WUUanis, Cumberland, and Miss 'Jcau' Nunn. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will be the bridesmaids. Miss .Keller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Keller,'776 Fayette street, is' a graduate of Allegany high school, '•syhere .she was active In dramatic and musical 'affairs. She First Presbyterian.Church will hold its first meeting of th^ Fall season In the form;.of.-* buffet supper at the home of Mrs. J. Rusaell Cook, The Dingle, Thtirsday at 6 p. m. Members desiring further Information may call ione'-bf the class officers. : : ,. attended. Sweet Briar col Lynchburg, Virginia, and. g: uated from Barnard college, lumbia universityj last June. • majored la foreign languages..! Keller Is a member o? the fac of Allegany high school. y Lieutenant Stanley, son of R. :) Stanley, LaVnle, Is also a gradua. of Allegany high school, attend(.j St-ate Teachers college and grar;, u&ted from. Lincoln Memorial ur.; versity, Tennessee. While a mec • ber of Emory university \ facu:; ; Atlantic, Georgia, he received I-.-" master's degree In 1842. Enilslt- in the Marine Corps that fall, U was commissioned from offlcf: ? candidate school, Quantico, Virgin; He has recently returned, from du •>• in the .South Pacific where he e:: gaged in major combats at Saip; v Guam, arid the Marshall Island?. Miss Keller was honored by M>.. Joy Small at a party Saturday en' :; .|?8 ning and on Wednesday evening ; 'f^ dinner and miscellaneous were given by a. group of at the home of Miss Small, ington street. No other shoe has such butter-soft leathers, such trim, aJwars-right-tO-wear styles and juch"'-.glorious dstjr-ioRg comfort. ' That's why you'll want joot next pair of shoes to be ARCH PRESERVERS. 123-lZil Itattimore St. IVY V. t. WAI IpNDS AND STAMPS

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