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Mr. And Mrs. SQQC Hirsch To : Celebrate Golden Wedding SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND,' MI)., SUNDAY, FKHKUAitY '25,' 1915 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hirsch will observe their fiftieth wedding anniversary with an open house from 9 until 11 o'clock tomorrow evening at their home, 756 Washington street. hfo formal invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch, but their friends will be welcomed. : Trie wedding ceremony of the former Miss Ray Abrnrns of Pittsburgh, and Mr. Hirsch was solemnized in Pittsburgh on February 26, 1895, with Rabbi Harry G. Mayer of Pittsburgh, and Rabbi J. L. Stern of Cumberland, officiating. They have one son, Sumner A. Hirsch, who is associated with his father in business. .... . . . '•.:,The golden color theme will prevail in the decorations throughout, the home and the refreshment (.able will have a centerpiece of yellow jonquils with yellow tapers in silver candelabras, which were wedding gifts to the couple fifty years ago,, at either end. Mrs. Hirsch will be assisted by Mrs. Clarence Llppel, Mrs. Allan T. Hirsh, Mrs. Harry Bcneman, Mrs. Herbert Conn and Mrs. Nat Guggenheimer. Isaac Hirsch. who is one of the city's outstanding business men as well as taking a wide interest in civic affairs, was born in Germany December 4. 1865, and was brought Cumberland when a j-enr old his parents, and educated at was finally enacted into Annapolis after a bitter In 1905 Mr. Hirsch was nominated for Mayor of the city on the Democratic ticket. Three years later he became a member of the Water Commission, which built the first dam at Lake Gordon, in 1910 he was appointed chairman (commission form of government). This charter - law at struggle. He was "appointed chairman of the Planning Commission in 19H, to find ways and means to improve the city, and in 1916 Mr Hirsch prepared an amendment to the charter, placing police and firemen under Civil service. Elected president .of the Kiwanis club in 1329, Mr. Hirsch was appointed by the mayor and council as agent of the city to urge ihc Public Service Commission to reduce electric light rates in 1932 Through his efforts residential rates were reduced nineteen and seven tenths per cent. The late Gov Nice appointed Mr. Hirsch a member of the State Policy and Revenue Commission in 1935. ..-••: : Mr. Hirsch has been a director of the Cumberland Free Public Library since its organization. He is vice president of the First National 3*ank and since 1915 has been president of B'er Chayim Temple Congregation. He is also a Thirty-Second Degree Mason. Mrs. Hirsch fakes an active in- to by nis parents, and educated at terest in several women's orsani- ihe Allegany County Academy.lzatlons. besides her .social and hone Alter five years employment in a activities. She is past president of Nashville, Tenn., department store, he returned to this city in 1885. where in partnership with his brother, the late Louts Hirsch, took over the wool and hide business of their father. , Mr. Hirsch was appointed a member of the City Council in 1897. At iJiat time Cumberland was illuminated with 12 arc lights and 420 incandescent lamps, largly under trees. He proposed a Munlciple Slreet Lighting plant, which proposal was adopted by the voters in a spirited election. In 1898 he was elected a member of the City Council and became its president; in 1904 he was elected first secretary of the the Chamber of Commerce. the Ladies Aid Society of B'er Chayim Congregation; a trustee of the National Council of Jewish Women; a trustee and member of the board of directors of the Sisterhood of B'er Chayim Congregation. and an active worker in the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, local chapter of the Red Cross and of the Library. Guests from out-of-town here for the celebration, who are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch are Mrs. Julian Hii-j-ch. Mrs. Dorris Loventhal, and Mrs. Gilbert Fox, of Nashville. Tenn., and Mrs. D. Rein- helmer, of Philadelphia, all nieces of the couple, also Mrs. Robert Ressig. Washington, D. C., and Mr. and [Mrs. Harvey H. Weiss, Baltimore. Dinner Will Be Given Tonight Honoring Mr. And Mrs. Hirsch FIFTEEN To Observe Golden Wedding Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hirsch, who observe Lheir fiftieth wedding anniversary tomorrow, will be honored with a. dinner this evening at the Cumberland Country Club, Pe rsonals I Mrs. Stella Isner, 133 North Centre street, is convalescent at home following art operation at Memorial Hospital. Flight Officer and Mrs. Robert B. Edmiston have returned to Sioux City Air Base after a short visit *-ith the former's parents, Mr. and Airs. H. E. Edmiston, Narrows Park, and with the parents of Mrs. Edmiston, Apoka, Fla. Mrs. Walter C. Capper and Miss Wella Cook, Washington street are »isiling Mrs. Capper's daughter, Mr.s. Edgar Dawson, Philadelphia. Owen Morris is ill at his home. <23 Independence street. R. Joseph Keseckcr, recently promoted to Petty Officer 3-c., "u. S. Navy, at Patuxent River, Md., is spending R short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ke- lecker, 512 Sheridan Place. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Farrin, 226 Glenn street, are visiting In Washington, D. C. They will return tomorrow accompanied by Mrs. Anthony F. Molinari, 313 Bedford street, who has been visiting her daughter, Miss Gloria Molinari. Mrs. Ethel Snyder, 80 Greene street Is on a business visit to New York City. • . Miss Patricia Ann Doerner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wyand F. Doerner. 14 North Johnson street, freshman at St. Joseph's College. Emnil Lsburg, weekend. Md., is home for the . Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Thuss. Roberts Place, have rus their guests their daughter, First Lt. Helen E. Thuss. First Lt. Matilda E. Bait. *nd Maj. Helen F. sorcnsen, all of (tie Army Nurse Corps, stationed at Newton D. Baker General Hospital, Mnrtinsbtirjr, W. Va. Lt. J. B. Martin, former Ricicreley Demist. Ls homo on leave from the Nnvri] Air Station. Norfolk. Va. Mrs. wilma lames, 443 Columbia • treet, who underwent an operation »t Allegany hospital Tuesday. Is somewhat Improved. Her son, Eu- Rcne lames, who wa.s injured February lo in the Valley street bridge "plosion, is also a patient at the hospital. He and Robert Mllbournc. Injured. In the same -explosion, are »ble to be tip in wheel chairs. Miss Edith W. Dawson, daughter "f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dawsort. 619 St. Mary's avenue. Is Improving from nn attack of grippe. Miss Muriel H. Wldman Is vislt- «!? her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Sol. Wldman, 823 Mt. Royal avenue, for 11 week. Miss WIdmnn is district case worker .'or the Jewish Welfare Society. Philadelphia. Mrs. Catherine Dreycr is ill at her "omc, R02 Sylvan avenue . Mrs. Frftnk!in Tmcs. Baltimore " > lfcc. Is convalescing at her home >fter being- a patient at Memorial Hospital. Miss Joyce Bestwlck. accompanied Miss Frances O'Htira, Detroit, ., students at Oberlln Conser- Tutory of Music, Oberlln, O., are 'rending the semester vacation with Hie former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. by Tnembers of the family, including nieces and nephews of the couple. A golden decorated wedding cake, adorned with a miniature bride and bridegroom, will center the table, and bouquets ot spring flowers and tapers in the same color scheme will be used in the decorations. Covers will be laid for Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch and their son, Sunnier A. Hirsch, Mr.s. Julian Hirsch, and Mrs. Gilbert Fox, Mrs. Don-is Loventhal of Nashville, Tenn., Mrs Leon D. Rclnheimer, Philadelphia, and the hosts, Mr. and Airs. AJlun T Hirsh, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Millen- son, Mrs. Samuel Wertheimer. Mrs. L. Lee Lichtensteln, Mr.s. Joseph H. Lichtenstein, Mrs. Herbert Cohn and Jesse Hirsch. Mrs. Hirsch \rtlJ be honored by members of B'er Chayim Temple Sisterhood at a. luncheon at Uie Temple, South Centre street, Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Homemakers Club Ellerslie Road. >.'Students Of .Other Schools PairWedded j . Invited To'Fort Hill Prom 50 Years Ago; The Junior-Senior prom of Kort | Clark, ' Louis Kohlci. Alfred Sid- Mr. and Mrs. William H. Liller are Observing the 1 if t ieth ; anniversary of : their marriage today at their home, on the Elltrslle road. A fatnll}> dinner will bo held, but : . the reception which had been planned had to be. cancelled owing to a relapse 5 'Mr. Llller suffered. He JIBS been 111 ] for several months, but hoped to be ' able to receive 1m friends.. Mr. and Mrs. Liller were married February 27. 1895 by the Rev. John ! Leatherinnn. Both are natives of West Virginia. The former wa.s Miss May Daugherty of Rio, and Llller was from Fiirgiilsville. Hill High School will bo held Friday night in the school i;ymiiHsium, when students of other '.schools, alumni and .servicemen will 1 be gue.su,'(he first time in the history of the school thiu other than members of bold classes have, rxtn invited. : . \. • A floor .show will be fentureil during the intermission, with Slur- Icy Turner mid Ann Slmbridge. vocalist arid dancer, respectively. .«£ entertainers.. Jimmie Andrews and away, Robert Lewis, Auilicy Nixon, William MeBrido. Hich*mf Groves. Shirley Burke. Virginia Jewi-ll, D;>rli Nicholson. Mmviu ]iiinx<*. Aim XK-o.se, Frank Mass. Ann Murray, Phyllis. Hurley, Wunda Parson*., Sue Britt. Jenti Watt unci Jeamiie Moler, decorations; Hnrolcl Hishop, Robert HeUH'V, Shirley- Turner and Jamc*. Layman, program. .Nonutt Avers. Betty Mny_ Bratrk-c Linn and Lawrence Dlekertiolf, invitations; Gladys Hfuddck, Dorothy his otcliestrfv will play for ilin danc- McCullougli.' Gwendolyn fierce, Ing from.8 to 11:30 o'clock. '-.•! Marion nt.sliOH, .Klnunor Pm&lllt, Pink niut Ru-en stre.-.nirb Rtu'dikxlJMarif Scliulu, ........ „.., with silver stars will be'.urcd'i'n'.lhe Marjorie Arve. .ti'iiii Yin-pan and IS Local Chapter Of D. A. R Will Adopt New War Projects Lloyd, resent ot Cre.sapi row; of live buttiiin, will (dvr htm Ida *VLt , jjmv i n t\& * * LJilt Jt~UI £ JLID t~)J 1C". " ----- • »•-•••« ....,,,-, _ — _ _ . _ t — nic golden wedding motif will \x I decora lions. Ptmrli will be .<<rvod at Dorothy D«y, rpiirshmenus; Ix-roy carried out In the three tiered wed-1 lnc 'efreihmem stand, which will Dufiy. AKIK-X PaUerson. Normn Lee ding cake centering'the table, wfclrh bp constructed in the shape of a|Noirls, Harbura Anrl.TMm, Rolwrt will be decorated with bouquets ofj suir ' Brotniimrkle, ROOVMI Price, Churlro golden flowers at either end. t .The committee in charge include -Dloiil, Bi-urr Sner.tluTs and Mlllivn Mr. mid Mr.s. Liller art 1 the pin - } PlUI * Pavi.s,^jan»\s Hunter, William JTwlKp. house. ents of five children, the late Guy!'" ~ ""• ~" — Liller, who was killed In World { War I; Mrs. J. Henry Scriaclo, aid Liller, both of Loncoln this city; Mrs. Glenn McDanlel. Terra Haute, ]nd., anc! Mrs. Richard Workman, at home. They have three grandchildren, Mary Dawn Liller. Don Schade aiid Staff Sgt. Guy P.i Liller, Jr., stationed with the person-• ., -..-•-.-. ,- , ncl headquarters in North Africa. .,*-hauler; IJniiRlilers ol the Aincrl-i chok'f of fivr prounun.s. including Prior to her marriage. Mrs. Lillet I C1U1 Devolution, has.received a Jel-i Ilii- 'nmlii speaker ior gfiMtrul ehtci I taught school at PurgHusville Mr t ter from . Ml ' s - J" lills Young Tal- 'iiiium'ent covcrlnc tin? entire hospl- Liller assisted his father with hl.*il llintl> -' < '' President Reneral ol ihe D'tal, farm when he was married, after! A.- H., concrrniiuj the canoelliuionf. . Encli mobile- X-IHV unit furnished which they moved to New Creek, \ o1 t!l( ' fiH>'-fourth Contincnul Con-; by the 1) A.R. (o Nav> Uo.-pll!il ship.-. W. Va:, where he was -employed alU ;ro - ss "'h'tch WHS to have mot In; will r.osU 315.000. Wli»n the tirM the tannery until 1912, at "which Clilrngo in ihe week of April 17. rind i two of the new hru-pitai shljxs RO t» time lie and Mr.s. Llller moved to nLso announcing new . wsir project*[xe.i this month iluv.-- mobile unit* Cumberland, where he worked for adopter! by the National Board at: will have been Instnllfd. the General Textile Mills until his lts mriuini; Fr'brimiy I. in Washing-! Markeis will bo pliu-ccl in the has- j retirement In 1934, when they mov- lon - . jpllal. with appropriate reremonics, ed to their present home on tho Tills Is the first limp in ils his- iniimlnR the buuchtcr.s of llic Arhrr- Ellerslie road. tory that the D A.R. has not had an' icnn involution as the donor of the Both Mr. and Mr.s. Lillcr attend nil nun I Congress. As four .boardi system ;thc Central Methodist church, 'meetings a year niv required by Uir' ' ~:George street, this city uud he is by-laws, a reqursi. hus bwn made '• A I • a member of Uie Patriotic Order (according lo Mrs TalmadRe. i<i tin- M f p C Pi\/ 1" (^ f 1 (~\ \~\ [Sons of America. Mrs. Liller's youiig- ioflic-e of I3cfen.se Transport at ton for ; llv -->L>'yl 1 -. IIVJII jest sister. Mrs. Rose Peters of Chi-i n favorable derision !n holding llir s~* . ', , , , . jcago, III., Is here for the anniversary j board sessions. All state con veil- ( I r r O C \A/I icelcbrallon. 'tloius have also been cancell<-tl. ; V_. I I L.'f L- O V V I MeeiThisVVeek Mr. mid Mrs. Isaac Hirsch Central High Junior Class V. F. W. Post Washington Birthday DancejPresidents To HonorMembers More than one hundred and fifty I ncry. Kenneth Baxxi'll. Mary Horn persons attended the GeorKe Wash- [Gloria Lee Straub. Margaret Mul- ington birthday rinnce given Thurs-1 vey. ReRina Britte, Eilciin Carey day evening tinder the auspices of Mary Evelyn Nield, Lucille Corbin.' the Junior class of Catholic Girls!James Carter. Dorothy Weisen- Nield Honored \ Tlie now projects include a wire<! ISfiO.OOQ. » miracle in radio, in ihr A* D - il -J n j 'pronnim cILsirtbutioii system cosllnc • Af Dirtnaay rOfiyjMnyo Ocnernl Army llospltnl at' (Gaiei-burg. III. ' i birthday parly was held in i Two Ciri'Irx of tin- Pir.st Pre*by. second project Ls to prolviie [terian G'hmcli will hold meetings honor of Marshall Nield at his hqnu- mouile X-ray mills for six new hos-ithe first pan of th<- iv<>ek with ihc ui Wiley Ford, Wednesday night, pjtnl .ships of the U. S. Navy and thpi Amlck-niibb proup n.sscmblinR at (hi- Those present were Evalee Elkins.hliird is to provide another type of!church liou.se tomorrow ovenini- ni Bennce Wat.snn, Mary RlRKicmnii,|portable X-ray unit- lor use on ; ~'-« o'clork. Dot Winebieiinev. MarRie Bean.; Navv liostilin! "shins i Tlir ho?ir-:,M\4 will IK- Mrs. HIIS.-O Krlicr. Mrs. .Snninel • T . [porlnblo Winebieiinev. Margie Bean.jNavj- hospital "ships. Eleanor Rigglcman. Evelyn W«tson,| The local chapter will contribute Jackie Nielri, Petty J<ine Abe, An-|lo these projects, and acrordliiK In na Grace Phillips; Lois Logsdoh.j Miss Lloyd "the members are .Joan Watson, Marie Nield and Ina Lee Bender. Joe MOS.S. Jimmy Moon, Earl Matthew. Bill Brehany. Randall Starkey, Neil Turner, Charley elites,- to adopt them:" The propram will holt nnri Nfr.s. T. natlrv Hunier. On Tuesday evening; at 7:45 o'clock bo expanded as thr need artws arid I the the Perry-Shirr? Circle will meet ui as fund.* are supplied. church hnu:-e Art ieacher Ml.ss Chlovis at Fort HlH When the wired program ctistribu-i hli;h whfX)l, will lie t.Jir Riie.sl .spi-fil:- tlon system Ls installed ut the hns-!rr Her subject will Iw "Cliri?t In Bill Ruckman. Mike Lerhman, pital in Gale-sburir, with its 2.000 orJArt." which will ht llluslniKXi with George Nield, William Harvey.] more bed capacity, every wrvireinai! j.sliilos. RidiKid Magrndcr. Dan BnikcnllUn (he hospi(,il will have em- phones The lKi>(fwi's will [,<e Mr?. Albert and Jack Campbell. ^x'.'ifle his cot. and a Rprlpc!. vvilh a'FToin-fix iind Mr;--. Thonifi> Picki-rtiiR The Past Pre.sidenfs Club of the Veterans of Foreign War Auxiliary Central high school, at the social!miller. Pat Gobeli, Edmund K-ean,r"" 1 ' Ihonor two members at a. birtli- center from B until 11 o'clock. Miss William. Kelly, Robert Corbin, Mary rta y party tomorrow evening, follow- r,»iw»_:__ ^_,,... tne g enera i: Ij0uisp Coyle, Rosemary Dougherty,! lr >§T the meeting at 8 o'clock at the assisted by j Elizabeth Mattingly. Delores For-< VJT.W. home, Union street. Catherine Kelky wax chairman in charge, members of the cla.vs. TliosB attending included Mrs. beck. Jeannine Conlfl'. Carroll. Angela Ruprwrt, Leo Downey, Mrs. Francis Smith, Jerry Hogan. Earl Smith. R<xsumurj' Mrs. Emmett. Dougherty and Mrs.) Savage, John Dougherty. Wanlta .... „ „ Tillie Blaul, chaperones, and Shiela] Hunter, Maxine Staufler, Betty j guests, and Mrs. Elsie Kilroy and Mrs. Hester Lmdamood of Henry Hart Post, and Mr.s. Genevievc Goldsworthy of John S. Fairgriew Post, Frostburjr. will be the honor Downey. Eva Mae Hammer. Alice! Smith. Pat.sy Smith. Julia Trozzo, Neely. Carole ShirclitT, Shirley Mc- Ken7,ie. Josephine' Coleman, "Mary Campbell, Joan Burke, Doris Ma.xine Leonard, Mildred CreeRnn, Geraldine McGowan. Margaret Mcy- ors, Wilmina Sleb, Erma Jean bfrrs. Alice Miller will be hostesses at the party. . The newly elected officers will bo in charge of the meeting, with Mrs. ... . I *-/alil^ll^ull, LTUUIL rtLLLt^tJ, UtjTlS ~"-J ....mnnv KJ l c *t, .ollljtt U tj.t L L 111 UllillHl; Ol file meCtl WorK5 on DreSS Forms!°' Roilrke - Colleen Burns. Georein Chambers, Jane Hlmmler, Dorothy Emily Miller pre.siriinir. ___^_ Martin. Mary Cavanaugh, Betty Shaffer, Rose Mnrie Kenny, Helen! -— The Mapleside Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Leo Dnrr, 621 Oldtown road, Fi'iday night for the purpose of making dress forms, seven of which were completed. Those attending Included Mrs. Harold Bishop, Mrs. Gormer Kelly, Mrs. E. Z. VanMeter. Mrs. V. D. Hinkle, Mrs. James Weakley, Mrs. Harry Brotcmarkle, Mrs. Rolland Broremarkle and Mrs. James R Smith. To Hold Supper The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Mapleside Methodist church, will hold a covered dish supper at 6 p. m. Tuesday, followed by a general get-to-gether. The Rev. Watson Holley, of the Frostburg Methodist church will be the guest, speaker. A program will be given following the supper. Itv J'.reet. Bestwlck, 801 Washington Miss Rltn Mlllenson, daughter of "'r- nnd Mrs. George Mlllenson, Windsor road, The Dingle, arrived "fom Oberlln -Conservatory of Mu- ''". Obcrlln, O., to spend the holl- rt »ys with her parents. Ballard, daughter or Arnold Bnllnrd, 12 omnson avnnue, it improvlnfr In ""morln] hospital, where shK itn- " r^-ont an appendectomy. •^rs. Cameron MncCrea, Alcxan- ';?> Va.. Mrs. Frederick Hul.h, Bal'™ore and Harry nenchy, Glcncoe, ; l . were here to attend the funeral C. Wood Beachy Friday. Alma Nevy, Junior at St. Jo- *" r - and Mrs. '" «r ' .7, Co "< 1 R p . EmmllsbnfK., Is ';';r.rtln(r Ihc weekend with her par'"' r - nnrt Mr -'- Chnrles Ncvy, avenue, ..-..-• MarriogeTold Of Doris Dean/ Samuel R. Cope , Os-sie Gigliotti, Jnme.s Boyle.: Postponed Concer? i'rl Hrt TTK%T- .' * Mathcws, Edith Harbuugh, AnItaj Carder, Delores Ijishley, Joseph: Nevy, Mitel Clark. Ellen Nora Coyle, ""'" Dottie Dannhy. Mary Kelly. Jean Loraditch, Dorothy Blake, Thomas Connelley. Hugh Miller. Richard Harper. Karl Multar. Mary Ton . Clara Kaufftnnn, Mary Dorothvi Set for March 8 Mnry Jo Kline. June Boor Lois | Morris, Frnnk Morris. Francis Ford, Garlitz, William Jones. Jim Me-! Bernard Browning. Billy OToole, Mahon. Harry Hart, Doris Daws'on, William . Kuipple, Joseph Stitcher, Thomas Cloonan, James Werner Rosalie Yamorno. Edward Mullan. B«rt Lawler, Francis Werner. Jack!' 1 "' 10111115 Carroll. Fred file Hill. Ai-n r Nevy, Jean Long, Wanda Fi-obes,| 1|TVci - <icnmille ^ Kathcrinn Kir!:. ' Rose Harbaugh, Josepliine Esposito. Patricia Koelker, Stanislaus Conin", Francis Francis lone Rice. Ruth Bir-'rcer, Ix)is Smith. Dorothy Monnhan, Thomas Geatz, Niland, Joseph Madden, Violet Turauo. H'UV Jeanne Hursh, Jackie Brant, Bill Linn, Richard Rossv A sacred concert, in which John S. Gridley will present Mrs. Blunt-he Sinnton Gitnfer, Mr.s. Betry Washburne. Clctis Hait.sock and Dontilcl , will be given under the aus- •;!ces of the Hoa.s-KellouEh Circle t' the First Presbyterian church, n Thursday evening, March 8 at Mclntyre, Margaret Lancaster Anne! Tauler ' Bob Murray, Pat, Crecgan, Hughes. James Hughes. John Car- i Williuni Burkey. Jnme.s ~ -' Sochner, Thomas DouBhtrty. Bruce ''' :3 ° °' dock '» «- lle church audi- Whlte.. " '" "' Bill Brannon, Skip Beck. Shirley torium. The concert, which wtus originally .scheduled for February 20 and past- Club Calendar Mr. and The Ladies Aid Society of thp First Baptist ciiurcli will meet with Miss Marie Williams, 518 Columbia avenue, Tuesday »t 7:30 p. m. Mrs. D. L. Sherk. Mrs. J. f. Vandetrrift, and Mrs. A. D. Sherman, will assist the hostess. ;. | Tlie B'er Chayim Junior Lea'irucj will hold a spring dance March 3; from R:30 to 11:30 p. ni;- (it the; Temple vestry rooms. The Red Cross Sewing Group of the First Baptist church will meet nt the church Thursday at 8:30 p. ni. Members will bring their own box lunches. The regular mcellng of the Child Guidance; Club will be held Tue.srlfiyl at 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. | Thomas Williamson, JOOO Frederick j street. .. ' •'.'"• ; -.-'.'• t Tlie sewing i?roup of the Navy j Mothers Club will sew from 9 to J2 a. m. Wedne_s<lay at the Singer Sew- iiiK Machine office. :•-"• Circle No. 2 of Trinity Lut.liernri church, corner of Smith and Nortli Centre street, will hold x. rummage j sale Tuesday at 7 p. m. • j • Tlie Potomac Valley Homemakers; Club will meet at 1:30 p. m. Tues-; day at tlin home of Mrs. Slrlln Lam- ( bcrt. R;iwlin?s and members will j respond to Uie roll call with a ; quotation from an English porni. j Mis. Calrb White will talk on "Past- 1 war Peace." ' Tho Ladies Shrine Club will meet '; at 7:45 p. m. Tuesday at the Masonic temple. Mr.s. Howard Millrr Colliiis, Poncd because of the illness ot Mr.I Raymond Brinker.' Audrpy Dough- j Ea. c ter, will include two numbers! erty,'Jack Fsmoy', M:iry Irene Long, [by Mr. Grid ley-and solas by Mrs. Kathleen OToole, Mary Lou Norton, ' Gumer and Mr. Easter, besides thej Patricia Geatz, Jopt'phinp Wilson.!-selections by the quartet. Jean Rohman. Catherine Artin- OrganUl at the Fir.sl Presbyterian ghellta, Rina Adams, Patricia Fnhey, church, Mr. Gridley will present, the t Catherine Kelly, Rosemary I.eo, A nn i -seventh of his series of Bach re-j McMahon, Harriett Snyrler, Ro.scl c *' als . w ''0> llie Little Organ Book, Stakcm, and Kathleen Dougherty,! which consists of forty-five choral Frank L. Werner Jr. preludes, on May 8. . .. 132 Paca street, announce the mar- WJU bn in ctmr p c of tne soclftl scs . Auxiliary of thr Vot- ; Ign Wnr.s will ment nl 8 p. m. Tuesday at the home. of their daughter, Dori* A.l' s | nl1 Dean, to Samuel R. Cope, ot th«|' TJ'J_ Merchant. Marines, son of John; p ran . s O f Cope, city, and the late Mr.s. Margaret TwIgB, Williams road. Tlie ceremony was performed on Emmanuel meet from 1 Episcopal. Guild : will to 4 o'clock Tuc.sdin- January 3i at the ..home of the nflcrnoon in the parish honso'. to bride's parcnl.s, with the Rev. W. Randolph Kecfe, officiating:. Cpl. and Mrs. Eric W. Dean, Savannah, Gn., wr>re the attendants. Mr.s. Cope, who wa.s given In marriage by her father, wore a green wool .suit with black accrs-sorles. A corsage of gardening completed her costume. • The matron of honor worn an orchlri riro.w wl(h brown accnssorios. and a corsage of 'gardenias. '::'.' Fol lowing tho wreinnny a sew for the missions and';the Rrri Crma. "'••.'.. Maryland Alphx Chapter of Dfl- lo. ThnU Chi will mnrt at 8 p. ui. tomorrow nt Central YMCA, nt which time plans for next month's party will be .completed. Thfi ProRre.SKivc Mothers Club will • mcot at R p. m. tomorrow nt thei Girl Scout little house, coptlon wns. he.lrt by the brltir's parriil.s, wHh : whom .shu will reside for the duration. Tlic Guild of Emmanuei Episcopal; n ¥ - church will serve as ho.stefise.'s nt ' Community Servicemen'and Worn-, nn'.s Ixjurige, this week;: ! '' '' ' '"*?** e# s*s. Soft and supple and Joorhmg lo wear . . . fh« Selby Arch Preserver new collodion, ityled lo Iht «ye, designed lo lh« fool with Iheso thret concealed comfort feature*, :•;'•• . famou« Heel arch bridge for firm ;" : support, individually placed metalorsal ;'.V pad for comfort, perfectly flat inneriol. for comforl-plui 123 -' 125 Baltimore Si. Have you alifays suflcrcd frcnn .drooping o/ the waistline—and loo much skirt? Your troubles are over . . . ior we've the new brie/ especially (or you who arc A-fee!-3 and thereabouts. You'll loi'c clothes . . alterations. and save, so unich in DRESSES • SUITS COATS from 10.95 from 29.95 from 29.95 FASHIONS — SECOND FLOOR 145 Baltimore Street Cumberland

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