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FOURTEEN SIJNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY OCTOBER 8, 1944 Potomac Valley Group Plans Yule Party The Young Women's Progressive Club of Potomac Valley, met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Joseph Nlcodemus, Potomac Park, with Mrs. Carlton Helmick presiding. Opening- with the singing of "America," a general discussion wag fteld on the toplo of "What, can We Do in Our Community to Fur- iher Better Living." Plan* were also dtscuwed for the Achievement Day Program, next month, which all members expect to attend. Mrs. Claudia VanMeter gave a talk on health and nutrition; Mr*. We»l«y CoUlru and Mrs, William Loar read.;poems, and Mr*. LOar jave a report on her trip to N York City where she attended the Northeastern SUtes Farm Bureau conference held there early last mnnth, ~ ' Mr*. Hebnick appointed Mrs darland Paxton, Mrs. Viola Johnson, Mrs. Wesley Collins. Mrs Claudia VanMeter and Mr.s. Edward Shaffer, as a committee to plan for the Christmas party, which, -will be held at th« home of Mrs. Loar In Rawllngs. Guild Will Hear Rev. Mr. Watson Tb* Guild of Emmanuel Episcopal church, will hold its first meeting of the season Tuesday with the Rev David C. Watson, rector, as the speaker and Mrs. John Bestwlck presiding. The Rev, Mr. Watson will give a general review on th» work of the church of the diocese and th» parish. At th» uisiness session, which will follow at the 13:30 o'clock lunch •on, plans will be made for the convocation to be held In Kmmanue church the latter part, of this month; and for » card party to be held sometime in November. Corporate communion will be gir wa at 10:30 'o'clock, for all women of the church, with the Rer. Mr Watson a, celebrant. It will be lol lowed by sewing, in the parish house with Mrs. J.. H. Carseaden In charge. Reservations for the luncheon which will bt served by member* of Mrs. L. B. Matthews' olrcli should be mad* with Mrs. Mat tiltws or Mrs. A. K. K»lght. Audry Roberson Weds In South Mr. and Mr*. Je4*i Robcrson, 41 Central avtnut, announce the mar riage of their daughter, Audry Pauline, to Prt, Btertnan P. Ltnhart, September 4, In Oakdale, L*. Th couple will re»ld« in Glennor*, L* for the present. The bride attendee Fort Hill hl«h Mhool, pvt Lambert 1* a native of Georgia. Personals Mrs. John Pritchard, .Meadow Mountain Inn, and Mrs. Florence Williams, Pittsburgh, are leavln today for Atlantic City where thel sister, Mrs. Henry Norris, the lor mer MUs Charlotte Orr, Lonacon Ing, suffered a paralytic stroke las week. Police and Fire Commissione James Orr, Palrview avenue, is brother. William Turner returned to th University of Maryland after visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar Hold Turner, 640 Lincoln street. Mr. and Mrs. J, William Groves 34 West nrst street, are vtsltln thslr son, Seaman William Groves who is a patient In the U. 8. Nftva Hospital, Petuxent, Md, Soamar Groves' wife is also with her hus band. Miss Evelyn Blow, 301 Bea street, is spending a vacation ir Washington and Philadelphia. MUa Virginia Miller, 307 Balti more street; Miss Sarah jane Davit Prostburg; Miss Juanlta Rice an Mrs. Gwendolyn Nycum, Baltimor Pike, returned from vacationing ir New York City. Mrs. Maude Holzen, 738 North Mechanic street, returned from a three weeks' visit in Chicago. Lieut. Kathleen Simons, A. N. O., nnd Lieut. Edward Ziellnski. Bridgeport, Conn., spent a short • leave with th» former's parshb, Mr. anil Mrs, Harmon Simons, 812 Oldtown road. Both are stationed at Mac- Dili yield, Florida. Mrs. Viola Hudson and Mrs. Hilda Bhrout, 324 Waverly Terrace; Mn. Avis Weber, 31(5 Waverly Terrace and Mrs. Catherine Youn?, 33 State street, attended the Daughters of America national convention held In Pittsburgh. Mrs. Susan McCoy, 314 Reservoir avenue, underwent an operation Friday morning at Memorial Hos- Pictured Are A Bride Of Yesterday And Two Future' Brides-Elect y a'gea ; nf; : Wi ^Aark GroWnini n Church Her 'The -Women's Missionary f Graice Baptist, Church xv , Coronation: Service -Thursday! :30 p. m. at which time two quti IU|. Ruth itahrt;.ffoca;.the j I iris' ; auxiliary and .Miss A Wilt from thfl Intermediate uxili*ry;-:'wjll b« -,orowned. ave completed the required " the V*Wward Steps 1 .' The Court 6f Honor will be i p of members of, the e committee of the women's ry:. Society, An Invitation ended to all missionary the district, . The program will include; all, Edward Reynard; invoea'i tev. \v. Hsrraolp Hannah Golladay, SPAR, Bride Yesterday Of A. C. Boney, USN Mr. and Mrs. George Robert Golladay, Bedford road, announce the marriage of their daughter, Hannah Elisabeth Golladay, seaman second class, U.S.C.OJL, to Andrew Crawford Boney, G.M, second class, USN. of Saa plego, Calif. The ceremony Was solemnized yes- berday afternoon *t 3 o'clock; in the First Lutheran church, Newport, R. .1., with the Rev. Mr.. Qustafson officiating. SPAR Joan Miller was matron of honor and Robert Miller, gunner's mate third class, Nftvat.' Training Station, Newport, served as best man. SPAR MUllcent Jakovlteh iang "I Love You.Truly," and "Always," during the ceremony. divan Sn marriage by her father, who Is a veteran of World War 1, the bride wore her uniform as did her matron of honor. A graduate of Fort High school, where she was active in music and dramatic circles, the bride became a member of the SPARS about a year ago. A reception .was held at the Elks lub in Newport, .following the ceremony. Mrs. G. R. Oolladay, mother of the bride, was attired In black cc?fcume with a corsage of pink rosebuds. The • bridegroom is an Instructor at the Naval Training Station, Newport, where the couple will reside indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Golladay left iPrlday night to attend their daughter's wedding. Club Calendar Th* Aitioma Bible Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. at th« home of Mr*. Eral Gross, 515 Woodlawn Terrace, • with Mrs. Barbara Rex- ro»d ' as co-hostess. Officers 'trill be elected. . The Child Guidance Club will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Walter Henry, 206 South street. The Juliet Low group of the Cumberland Girl Scouts, will meet at 3:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Scout house, Greene street. Tfc« Yuhodl club will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. John Smith, Potomao Park. The Ladles' Auxiliary o! th6 V. P. W. will formulate plans for the visit of the department officers here October 14, at the meeting, 8 p. m., Tuesday. The La Vale- Homemakers 1 Club will discuss, "What Can We Do in Our' Community for Better Living?" at the meeting at 1:30 p. m tomorrow at the firemen's hall. Mrs. William Lee will be in charge of the recreation and Mrs. Edith Comp -will direct the muslci The Post Chief's Club of Manhattan Temple, No. aC Pythian Sisters will meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the home of Miss Catherine Cheuvront, 133 Polk street. Mrs Ruth Kiffer will preside. The Women of the Moose will serve as hostesses at the servicemen and women's lounge this week. Miss Esther Stakem will be hostess to members of the Lutheran Vet- srftn Unit of the Catholic Students Mission Onisade at S p, m. tomorrow at the home, 215 Cumberland street. . Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of the An- cSent Order of Hibernians, Unit 8 will meet at 7:30 p. m. tomorrn's at St. Patrick's Social Center.' The Baltimore and Ohio Glee Club of the OTP will rehearse at 7:30 p.,m. tomorrow nt the Queen City Hotel. Girl Scout Program Committee will meet at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow n 1 the little house, with Mrs. G. T Woodworth In charge. The Progressive Mothers' Club will also meet flt the little house, starting at 8 p. m. tomorrow. pltal. Mr». Samuel Wertheimer, 207 Greene street, is visiting her son- Jn-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr«. Harry Blach. ' Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Blach Is the former Miss Rosalie Wertheimer. Pvt. Joseph E. Mnckei-t tu home on furlough from Camp Wheeler, Ga., after completing his basic training. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hansell, 452 Pennsylvania avenue, are In Baltimore to attend the funeral of WalUr Martin, husband of Mrs, Ruth (Hansell) Martin, a former resident of Cumberland. Pfo. Robert L. Davis, U. S, Ma- rlnen, has returned to Camp Le- Jemie, N. a. after visiting his wife and son at their home, 133 North Centre street, «nd his parent*, Mr, and Mrs. Hurry E. Davis, 39 Marion street. Mr*. Edna Bohrer, 710 Elm street, and Mrt. Mary Devtne, Palrgo, returned home after visiting their husbands. Pvt, Clyde Bohrer and Pvt. Glenn Devlne, Camp Blandlng FIB. ' Seaman end Mrs. Joseph L. Hamilton returned to Baltimore after visiting at tho home of Mrs. J. H atein, 8 West Third street. Mils Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. L»VMt, returned to the University of Mur.vUnd, where »he M a senior, majoring In bacteriology. Junior Music Club Quiz . E. Group To Visit Shut-In The Cumberland Young Adult Christian Endeavor - Society will isit Miss Elizabeth MacDonald, 1H Potomao street, a shut-in, on Tues- day*vening at its monthly devotional icetlng. The program which will presented will ba composed of ellglous music and poetry. .Donald Brown will be lesder and his theme will be "Discovering God In Music." Others participating on 'the pro- cram will be Miss Margaret iJoak, Irs. Donald Brown, Miss Dorothy •ucy, and George Tederick. The group will meet at 1:30 'clock at the home of Misses Grace nd Alma England, IS Potomac treet, before going to Miss MacDonald's home. The Junior Music and Arts Club of Bowling Green held its initial meeting of the fall season Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. £11 Henry, Roberts place. A musical qutx was held by Mrs. Thomas Pickering, councilor of the club, and piano solos were played by Barbara Henry, David Walton, Dorothy Schertzer, Jo Ann Schertzer, Charles Pickering, Eleanor Pic kering and Patricia Martin. A Aute due-was played-'by Joan Barnard and Dorothy Schertzer. Refreshments were served. Others present Included Mr. Henry, Dorothy Henry and Thomas Oswald. The next meeting will be held at the home of Joan Barnard, November 3. Miss Bucy on C. E. fioarc Miss Dorothy Bucy, 307 Helen Street has been advised of her appointment as Quiet Hour Superintendent of the Maryland State Christian Endeavor trnion et a recent meeting of the State Executive Board. She is president of the newly-organized Cumberland Young Adult Christian Endeavor Society. Class to Meet The Willing Workers Bible Class of St, Paul's Luthersn Church -wil meet Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. in the parish house. Miss Elizabeth MHey will have charge of "entertainment Mrs. Arthur Arthur and her com rnittcs will serve refreshments. Elected Vice-President Assessors' Association Somervllle Nicholson, county supervisor of assessments, returnee yesterday from Des Molnes, Iowa where .he was elected vice-presiden of -the National Association of Assessing Officers At Its annual convention. Supervisor of assessments in Alle- gsny county fdr 18 years, Mr Nicholson Is a former member o: the National Association's cxecutlvi committee. He was instrumental In organizing the Maryland Supervisors' and Assessors' Association Both associations study the improvement of practices in assessor administration. Married Fifty Years Mr. *nd Mrs. Fredtrick W. Growden who art .celebrating their golden wfddtaf anniversary today at their home, 818 Gephart Driv«. Miss Margaret Louise Miller D arty Honors Mrs. Alstetter Employes In the office of the lerk of the circuit court honored virs. Helen Alstetter with a farewell party yesterday afternoon at he court house. The former Miss Helen P. Durst, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. G, ii. Durst, 304 Cumberland street, who >ecame the bride of Robert Alstet- -er, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Alstetter, Baltimore pike, July 19, IBS resigned her position as clerk the office of the circuit court, hlch she has held for the past even years, nnd will Jfcave this week for California to Join her lusband. Many Jobs Open in Maryland Plants Local USES Manager Says Two Here, Four in Bal- llmore Need Workers Two Cumberland industrial plants and four huge Baltimore war plants nsed both men and women workers at once, according to Patrick J. Carroll, manager of the local United States Employment Service office. At least 300 men and women are needed at the local ptents with the Celanese having Jobs open most- y f or women while the Kelly plant needs both, Carroll said. The Kelly Is engaged in producing vitally needed:truck tires for military use and for transportation of munitions and supplies and essential civilian goods. • Can Use Many Women The Qlen L. Martin Company Baltimore, which manufactures air- ilanes of various types can use al! Jio women they can get, Carrol las been notified. Both the Sparrows Point Shipyards and the Beth- ehem-Fairfleld Shipyards in Baltimore need men and women. These slants have a high priority rating as war plants. The Bethlehem 6tee: Company at Baltimore also needs men, Carroll added. Rehabltation Helpful Since the rehabilitation clinic for Handicapped persons held here In June there have bean 15 jobs obtained through the USES office for those attending the clinic, Carrol said. The clinic WAS sponsorcc jointly by the state and veterans 3rganiEutfon and the USB9. Spoc- lal emphasis was placed on securing Jobs for veterans of the present and flrst World Wars, Carroll pointed out. Men and women who are interested in any of these Jobs can obtain the necessary information at the local USES office, second floor Public' Safety Building, North Lib erty street. Will Lecture On U»e of Glass in Postwar Homes An illustrated lecture on the Use f glass in the postwar hornet will eature the meeting Thursday *t 8 m., in jthe City Hall auditorium, the Peoples • Home Ownership Savings Club. The lecture will be riven by Edwin T. L*w, a- representative of the Libby-Owena-rord Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. The G. I. BUI of Rights' provls- ons pertaining to ' purchase of homes by eligible servicemen will be explained by Harold R. Mfttcher, cashier of the Peoples Bank, ~ and member of the American Bankers Association committee dealing With his matter. Sloan Supports (Continued from Page 13) William A. Gunter, a membef o the special committee, supplemented Webb's statement by saying that in his opinion, the problem w»5 in many /respects of a local nature The local attorney read a proposed questionnaire for submlsslcn to bar members In the services, th compilation of which, he said, v/oulc facilitate the readjustment of law yors in uniform to civilian roles The local bar association appointee a committee to collaborate wltl Guntor in getting out the question nalre. Call* for More "Cohesion" In hl.n Address Webb called for more "cohesion" among lawyers saying that their traditional indl vidUAllsttc role AS barristers* wa out of step with the trend of mod ern times. The lawyer's importnce, he salt "is steadily diminishing In the eye of' his clients. His funotlons ar being supplanted by bonrd.1 an bureaus. Unless we conduct- ou professonal lives lew M individuals and ..make ourselves more useful * parts of the complicated atructur of modern* life, we may live to so ourselves 'legislated' out of existence." Morgan C. Harris was toast master, introduced by Morris Baron president of the Allegany count oar, Other speakers Included Dnvli J. Lewis, oldest member of th local bar. The affair we* attended by Associate Judge JMephD.Mlsh, Haters town, and by lawyers from Wash Infton And Garrett eountiM. . igh school and is employed by the Oelanesa Corporation. Corporal Knotts was employed by he Celanese prior to his enlistment in the Marines. He is stationed with the Marine 'Band at Cherry olntr North Carolina, No definite date has been set for hs wedding. Elouald Cage Elected Safety Council Head Ronald Cage, Pennsylvania Avenue School, was elected president of the newly-formed Cumberland Junior Safety Council yesterday'at the Central Y. M. C. A. Fourteen Cumberland area schools were represented. Miss Margaret K. Blake, Fort Hill School, director of the program gave a history of the National Safety Council, Joan Bopp, Gephart School, "was named secretary., RIQGELEY BOY HURT Ei-son Ackerman, 9, of Ridgeley cut his little. flnger of the left nand yesterday afternoon while using an axe. He told hospital at- iiiclies n.t Memorial Hospital that tie- and several companions wete hunting lizards and cutting their tails on when the accident occurred ^oday*s Pattern A refreshingly new neckline, on classic shlrtwalster, makes Putter: 4656 pleasingly "different." Optlona contrast for yokes and collar. Pattern 4636 comes 1ft ; sizes 34 38, 38, 40, 43, 44, 46, 46 and SO Size 36, frock, takes 3H ydrds 38 inch fabric. "This pattern, .together with needlework pattern for personal o household decoration, twenty cents Send twenty 1 centa in coins fo these ' patterns to The BvenVfi Times', 42 Pattern Dept., 243 Wes 17th St., New York 11, M; Y, Prin plainly size, name, address, styl number. ', fiend fifteen cents more for th Anne Adams fall and winter patter book, full of smart,' fabric-savin styles. Fre« pattern for hat an muff-bag printed right in book. Betrothal Told To Cpl, Knotts Mrs. Lloyd Brown, 123 Bouth Me- hanlc «treet, announces the f .her daughter, .en. Miss Margaret Louise Miller, to Corporal toy H, Knotts, USMC, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Knotts, 247 Mass- chusettes avenue. Miss Miller attended Allegany >ment O Fbrmer Loca GirlAnnouncec Mrs. George Mease, Bedford roaf announces the engagement of he sister, Eloise Mai-Sell, daughter o Mrs. Ella R. Sell, Baltimore, widow Of 'Chester Sell, former residents to Wallace M. Staats, 3. K. Ic. tJSN now stationed in England, son o Mrs. S. S. Staats, Woodstown, Ne Jersey, and the late Mr. Staats. The bride-elect attended Fort Hill high school before going to Balti more where she .graduated from the Girl's Vocational School, as beautlflclan. No date has been set for the wed ding. 3ospitals Look To Postwar Activity Superintendent Wright of Memorial Reinrns From Cleveland Meeting Continued progress In treatment nd accomplishments may be ex- ected In the nation's hospitals as result of planning by representatives of 3300 hospitals of the Amer- can Hospital Association, reported Benjamin W. Wright, superlntend- nt of Memorial Hospital, who re- urned yesterday from Cleveland where he attended the Third War Conference of the Association, Octo' ier 2 to 6. "Recognizing tlje Increased public demand for adequate hospital cftrc, he convention opened with the consideration o! postwar planning, tate and nationwide," Mr. Wright said. "Economic and social .trends now and after the war were disouss- id, with a report from the Commls- lon on Hospital Care, inaugurated >y member hospitals .of the Assocla- ion to iriafce an Independent national study of hospital facilities and sericcs in order to draw up plans 'or greater hospital coverage and integration." Increased co-operation between community hospitals and public health agencies to dispense with the duplication of expensive equipment and secure more complete public service In preventive treatment of tuberculosis, cancer and other progressive diseases, was urged In the session on public health, said Mr. Wright, with discussion on Improv- ng the facilities of general hospitals for treating these and contagious diseases, • "Realizing that many rural nreas in the nation have inadequate -hos- altal care or even none, rural hospi- ial planning was a concern of the 4,000 delegates," he states. "In many Areas,-farmers themselves have met to provide small hospitals, and in others, rural. hospitals have been organized to care for nil ewes, in cooperation with the larger hospitals in urban areas." Health leaders of Peru, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, China and Canada were present at the Conference, and health plans of Great Britain nnd Russia were considered In the United Nations sestloo, Sororify To Meef Maryland Alpha Chapter, Delt Theta Olii sorority will hold its first regular business session of th season at 8 p. m. tomorrow at Con tr»l YMOA, with MlM Naomi Tete presiding, Other officers recenty In stalled are Miss Coretta. Davis, Mis Mildred Davis, Mrs. Stanley Burk and Mrs. Catherine Miller, Chairmen and committees for th ensuing year will be appointed an Miss Mary Rice will be In eharp of tile educational program. Jesus Shall Reign," .congrcg»tj nter tho court of honor; devotio Maid Arise," Mrs. Oaines Kirlti rick, president. • '» .' Mrs. W. Randolph Keefe. Young people's leader with SK jauder.xAtaa LaUder, Vera ckj Valeria Clark, June Ke»ecker,; Wolfe, .Carolyn Ann Kerns, ens; Alene Billings, Doris Tr Betty Billings, ladle* in w Beverly Wilt, Shirley Lester, ^ cesses; Richard Johnson, Jitl iVllt. pages; Darlene Meyers, j s Morton. Carol . Hunion, Grew Junior; Arlene Wilt, Interm«i!i Coronation by Mrs. Harry nllds, Junior leader; Mrs. C. Lester, int«rmedlatt>,lcader: ht; "We've .a Story to Tell," ail tf.i sers; prayer dedication, Rev. Ki recessional and benediction by Rev. Keefe. P-T.A. Of Ea: Side To Mei Mis* Winifred Green, BUJ of elementary schools, will be ; guest speaker at the meeting ', nesday evening of the East srhool Parent-Teacher Associi to be held at 8 o'clock at the < An observance complimentary;! the .'Tlrst Grade Mothers", va I featured. The progrRm will ii mitslc by the Perrons trio. Teachers will be in ttx-Ir at 7:30 o'clock to meet the p; A social hour will conclude evening and refreshments served by the executive Locaf O. E. S. Officers At Grand Chapter Msj Local officers of the Grand cla tcr of the Order of Eastern Sti attend the chapter meeting In J tlmore tomorrow and will n visitation to the Eastern shore ( Ing the week. They are Frani Smith, worthy grand patron, Sarah Barrlnger, grand Ruth;, Mrs. Elizabeth Landla, grand • deOi Mrs. Smith will ace them. The Visitors will Include a ma Tuesday in Ohestertown; WnL. day at : Centv)rville and Thur«!ii| Cambridge. ^ Jo** W Appeals Of Tavern Man To Be Heard Members of Petit Jury To Report For Duty Tomorrow _ Morning Members of the potlb Jury of the October term will report for duty tomorrow morning in Circuit Court, with several civil appeals scheduled for trial. A number of appeals from magistrates' courts have been withdrawn or settled, It was said yesterday by court attaches. First appeal tomorrow will be that of James p. Ranoy, owner of the Mayflower Tavern, Front street, who was fined $100 And coats in Police' Court on a charge of selling beer to minors. Harold E. Naughton Is attorney for Raney, while city Solicitor Charles Z. Heskctt will ba assisted by Bute's Attorney Morgan O. Harris Jor the city. . The fippcnl of Christina Mctndoe against the Eurekft-Maryltvnd AS- gurnnce Corporation, also let for trial, tomorrow, ha* beem settled, It WAI said by court attaches. ££-• ward S, Ryan la counsel for the plaintiff, with- Wllllum a. Jenkins representing the insurance firm. Traversers Indicted by the franc Jtiry rill be arraigned Satard&y, and plan* entered. Criminal trials of the term will open next MOD.' day, October 18. TWICE AS SMART, now, to pet aH-ieaiolx VltWtr STiocs.'They go with everything in your -ward- rohe, keep their shape and pood looks tbroUgb montlu of Wear. 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