Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 1, 1944 · Page 15
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Wi If iraduare -Nih£ iega'ny • Hospital:-. School ;-.;;pl slng^ will: ;hold'; commencement •clses. ^Tuesday, night 'at .',7:30 k--:.in/-- St. - Patrick's '. Catholto 'h;" North"- Centre street, when • young! women • will be grad- d. y.-.(^; : '--;:. •• "-.-• -H^X-. .'M;.;^ ionias 'will fc* 1 conferred' by; the Lawrence : P.: Laridrigan. ;.The Elbert Gay,:c, M., ! sub-director laughters of Charity, of Eastern in'ce, Emmit£burg,.-:.wiU•• deliver address to ' the graduates. The :ises will be concluded with .n Benediction of the • Blessed eht. The Rev. Francis 3. Mc- will be celebrant at the sar- and the Rev. : Father Peter „.; Cap., will be deacon, with Rev. Robert Kilgannon as sub" ;ie-master'of ceremonies will be ," RevV Thomas : A. . : Hardesty iins : during the - ceremony will sung' by-'the nurses' choir, with ^'Dorothy'Wlllison as director ^r'Aqulnette will be organist, for ; processional and recessional and I accompany the choir. ... . Jradualing nurses are Miss.Geor- _ Dirnpie Abe"; Miss Thelma K town, Miss Rita Marjorie Dahl iss Dorothy Ann Gardner, Mis L.M.. *T ntllra flfQCcf "M 1CC TT*»1 PI Eiry- Louise Grassi, Miss Helen broly. Miss Lois Hope Landers Dorothy Mathilda Wolfe and Virginia Elizabeth Yommer, tie Alumnae association enter [iried the graduates at a banque fet 'evening, at the Queen. City ptet Brief Impromptu .talks wer by the guests. Following th knquet, entertainment was fur shed by the pupils of the Lee Win dancing studio. |The committee in charge of ar-j -WAVE, tngements'lor the banquet were Ilss Anna Murphy, chairman; Mrs. Eargaret Doub. Mrs. Anna Marie uff -and Mrs. Helen Herbold- neiiner. SUNDAY TIMES.- cyMBE^LAND, MD., SUNDAY, OCTOBER i, 1944 'A ^ .ciMhpreherisiYei-I^oferam.'of :-.g.o-_ Uvlti«V: including^;, social ? and^ - Eastern Star Officers ^At Past Matrons, Patrons Bang uet nlals if or; : new ^(ii and ^'relfeiousJserYlces - for members serving 'in tlie : armed ... forces) ..'/• is Dlarm^d : by v Cumberland * 'Council STo, ;586. '/Knights -of ',:Columbus, .for ;tie''cdmlng year, under the direction' of-.' Stanley,: B.v BTetwell, recently elected'- Orand , knight. . . .. . ; •'Chairmen ; of • • the committees which will carry; bub the broad" prq 7 gram, in accor/lanoe with recomr mendations laid .down; by the Supreme ' Council -.for a suitable, fiver point plan for the year, are: . . ; .'Catholic Action, -Harry I. Stegmaier; Council Activities, Raymond B. O'Rourke; Insurance, John T. Creegan; Publicity, W. Ambrose Ryland; and Membership, Gormer M.Kelly. . ' ' ...Special stress will be placed upon the Knights of Columbus membership campaign this year, and Mr. Kelly has announced that "every member of the council is considered ah active member , of the membership committee." - - ; The Fall-Winter schedule of local K. of C. activities will get under way it-. r .•; k-" Reading from left to right are pictured Mrs. Mae Dick, chaplain, ;Loi>aconing;;Mrs. PranK E. Smith, Frank E. Smith, Worthy Grand Patron,-.Eastern Star of Maryland; Mrs. Sara W. Barrlnger, president of : Past Matrons and Patrons Association of Western Maryland also grand 'Ruth of OES of Maryland; Mr. Barrlngcr, and Mrs. Elsie Wolfe, Frederick, "Worthy Grand -Matron, OES of Maryland. ' at 3 p. m., today, whe^n the Council Bowling League opens its seaso'n at the Club Recreation alleys. A Columbus Day program, designed to pay-tribute to the discoverer of America .and patron of the Knights, will be presented on October 12. Although suitable social and religious functions are planned for each month of the year, it Is ex- pected that the'hlghlight of all activities will be a giant Holy Hour ceremony to be 'held December 8 under the.auspices of the Knights of Columbus at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Oldtown Road, to which the clergy and congregations of ali the Catholic Churches in the vicinity will be Invited to pay tribute to America's fighting forces. Mrs. Edwin E. Gellelly,' 'theiformer Dorothy Elizabeth' Robertson, ormer Loca 8 lthemist Weds i In Washington The marriage of Miss Janet Welty, Slaughter of Mrs. Leonard A. Welty, "Vashington, arid the late Mr. 'felly, to Thomas Eadie, son of Irs. Earl S. Gray, and Arthur J. tariie, Kansas City, and former Jesident of Cumberland, -was sol- jmnized on Sunday, September 24 ft the Fourth Presbyterian church, Washington. The Rev. James H. fliers officiated at the double ring eremony. Miss F. June Welty, sister of the wide, was maid of honor, and an- Jtber sister, Miss Ruth A. Welty £*nd Miss Helen L. Warren were bridesmaids. Georgia Woke was s flower girl. Lt. William A. Sampbell, TTSNR,-was best roan, and ,, ;t __jhe ushers were "Walter N. Munster ccrjpftjnd Lt. Comdr. Paul A. Woke ! ''^SNR,- Washington. -. Given lii marriage by her uncle JCarl A. Cavan, the bride wore a Sown of ivory satin fashioned with Sweetheart neckline, long sleeves Dorothy "Robertson, WAVE, Wed To Navy <3ffte0r In New Orleans Mrs. Mattie D. Robertson, "1040| Myrtle street, announces the mar- rlaje of her daughter, Dorothy Elizabeth, S. K. D. 3/C, of the WAVES, to Edwin Eugene Gelletly, aviation pilot first class,.son of Mrs. Tryphena Gelletly, Dentoii, Md. |-The double ring -ceremony was lolemuized-ln the Naval chapel at New Orleans,'La...on' September 9.- i'he Rev. Mr. Fulton, chaplain, USNR, officiated. The, attendants were Dorothy MOody; S. K. 3/C, WAVES, Hatiisbiirg,. Miss., and William Phillips; aviation pilot first class, Iowa. The wedding marches were played by-Stace'y Beaver, and Edward Dobbins,' Welfare specialist, 3/C, sang "Because' 1 . and "I Love You Truly." • The bride, who-was given in marriage by Joseph Leist, S. K/ 2,/C, of Cincinnati, Ohio, -wore her .white naval : uniform and carried a. .white Bible with -a .marker of white orchids, and satin ribbons. The maid of honor was slso attired in her white uniform and wore « corsage if red : roses. The bride is a graduate of Allegany High School, class oj 1941, and was a member of the staff of :he Celanese Corporation prior to r enlistment in the WAVES In April, 1943. The bridegroom attended Caroline High School, Denton, and'was formerly employed as a staff .instructor at Henson's FJying Service, Hagerstown; Following the ceremony a dinner was served at Aurnauds in the French Quarter. Later in the evening a'reception was held at the La Lime club. Upon receiving his commission as Naval Reserve Instructor, Pilot and Mrs.^Gelletly will reside'at his next duty'station. Icrng/ey; - Smith The marriage' Is announced -of Miss Mary Louise Smith, of Westernport, and Pvt. Robert Franklin Langley, of Gllmore, Md., which ee mean necKime, long sleeves *~ v° ->,' ^L ' *"•••' —: d full length train. Her finger- OQk P lace Thursday evening at . .. - . _ •- .. ... _- 'T-Tn j-i'nlnj^V - of /*2.i«« rv« T2o»-»f t*«f length veil was held with clust- . natural roses on either side, carried a. white prayerbook with Irnarker of white orchids. . . |The maid of honor was attired in' Igown of pink chiffon and carried jjnk carnations. The bridesmaids re gowned in aqua taffeta, and rried bouquets of roses. The wer girl wore a pink taffeta dress id carried an old-fashioned bou- of sweetheart roses. The bride graduated from Roose- High School. Washington, and tended American University and trayer's Business College, Washington. She has been employed as inlstratlye assistant in the of- ce of the Rvibher Director, WPB. Mr. Eadie, a former employe of r Celanese Corporation here, is ployed as a chemist for Merck d Company, Inc., Elkton, Va. He a graduate of the University of and Is a member of the Cht fraternity. For her wedding trip Mrs. Eadie ore an aqua gabardine dress- aker.style suit, with brown furs id accessories, an aqua hat and lie. blouse. A corsage of orchids 'nipleted her costume. The couple UJ reside in Elfcton. o'clock .at Gra'ce Baptist hurch. North. Mechanic street. The lev. W. Randolph Keefe. officiated Mr. and Mrs. Edward 'Bock, ' the atter a. sister of Pvt. Langley, were he attendants. A reception was-held at the home if Mr. and Mrs. Bock following the ;eremony. . " After a short furlpvsgh, Pvt. Lang? ey will return .'to Fort Benning Ga., and Mrs. Langley will return o Westernport to reside with her parents. LOW- oardenShowTo "eature Valley ^oadClubMeet g O. E, S. Chapter Plans For Two .'a-irs Here McKlnley Chapter, No. 12 Order of The Eastern Star, will hold Advance Night next Friday at 8 o'clock at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Lillie Miller, associate'matron, and Harry Poling,|Q associate palron, will preside during!u the conferring of degrees. A social I Q hour will follow. li« On October 20 the annual vlsita- llon by the Grand officers will be made to McKinley chapter. The ceremonies will be held at the temple with Mrs. Bernadette Williams in charge of arrangements. Married in Texas Chapel The Valley Road Homemakers Dlub will meet Wednesday after- poon at 1 o'clock in the lecture rial the First- Presbyterian church, /ashingion street. There will be social half-hour from 1 to 1:30 short business session, at whioi Us. E. O. Fritclv will preside, -wii be held at 1:30. . Plans for. the Achievement Daj program, which wl!I be held Jointly ' 1th the Mapleslde and Happ; /alley Homemakers' clubs, on:No irember .1, .wll! be announced. -I till also be held In the Presbyterian ijecture hall. , The various chairmen will talk on I'What Can We Do In Our Com lunity .for Better Living?" nfte prtilch. a .general discussion will be peld with all participating. Members. are asked to bring ex- ilblts for the Tall garden show, also seed cuttings and small plants for pa friendship table. ouf/, Fellowship < Elects Officers The Youth Fellowship <NT the -'.aCresaptown Methodist church, elect'«^d officers at the meeting Friday vening in the church hall. Miss Dora Lewis was elected pres- Miss Ocorgianna Shank, easurer; Miss •' Vera. Dinsock, ihalrmnn of worship; Miss" Bernft lne Hutson, chairman of world ,;i$« r lcndshlp; MUa: Rosemary Iliff, -aehalrman of recreation and William .-^Hnrdesty, chairman of community .Cpl. and Mrs. Harry.Lyons Lyons- Clark Nuptials Take Place In Texas Approximately ittended, ••+v..' . . . . thirty membersipftstor. Mr, and Mrs. M". X. Clark, Keyscr, W. V(i., announce the mnrrioge of ttielr daughter. Jenn, . to Corporal Kiirry Lyons, son of Mr. And Mrs. I.'N,.,tyor«, also of Keyscr. 1 / The ceremony was performed Atigirst-ll.'Jn the wedding chapel of the first Methodist church. Brown: wood, Tex., by the Rev. T. E. Bcnne, The bride w»s ktllrcd in A itreel length dress of opal blue. jersey with|u white ncce.ssorlcs. She carried n wkhilc prayerbook and wore a corsage of pink j rosebuds and; baby breath, A single strand of pearls was her only Jewelry. . .. . . Mrs, Glen Eagon, Dcnntsoh, Ohio, wna matron of honor, wearing n pink crepe dress with matching accessories and -a corsage of gardenias. Following the ceremony » dinner wns given ; at the Brownwood hotel, where the . decorations were in the bridal motif. Mr, and Mrs. Lyons are graduates of the' Elk Garden, W. Va., schrool and. both. also attended Potomac State college, Keyscr. Mi's. Is residing at present ill lie Miller avenue, Dcnuuson, Ohio. 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