Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 8, 1944 · Page 15
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, October 8, 1944
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY OCTOBER 8, 1944 RebekahrSocia Club : Hdl;ds ItS Annual Banqug] The Rebakah Social Club honored its . retiring.' president, Mrs Anna Diehl, and-its new president, Mrs. Margaret. McMakln, at. its annual banquet .Wednesday e'vehini at the All Ghan. Shrine Couritr Club. • '•-.••• .--. •,;.,:. - •-..' ... -. ••.'.'';. Mrs. Gertrude Rowley was toastmaster and .Mrs. Dlehl.- gave the invocation. Short'talks' were made by several members.. On behal of the club, Mrs. Amanda •• Robln- ette presented Mrs. Diehl with gift, x The tables were decorated 'With bouquets of fall flowers and were lighted with tall, tapers. A musica program was presented under the -Direction of Mrs. Bertie Ranek with Miss Estella' Mae Zihlman as vocal soloist.' A quiz program was. conducted by Mrs. Martha Weller. Prizes were won by Mrs. Dorothy Diehl, Mrs Estella Zihlman, Mrs. lola Schultz Mrs. Edith Biller, Mrs. Inez. Eyre Miss Lena Walsh, Miss Mary Shrout and Vance Dlehl. Games and dancing followed the program. At' the meeting tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. Verna Hicks, 403 Beall street at 8 o'clock the new officers will be Installed FIFTEEN Of Young Serviceman^ "arty Planned For Va. Avenue P-T.A. Tuesday The Virginia Avenue School Parent-Teacher Association will hole its annual "get-together," Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the school auditorium. Mrs. . Eugene Furlow ill preside. ' Miss Winifred . Green, primary i supervisor, will give a talk on "New ! Ideas in Education; "Miss Grace [ Swanson, special music teacher,' i lead the group . singing - and Mrs i Lucille Hansrbte will play several [ piano numbers. At the executive board meeting on ' Oct. 2, the program for ,the year was planned: Topics selected for I discussion at the various meetings | include, "Children's Reports," "Nu: trition and the School Lunch Program,", and "Building Mental and ! Health. Habits." The election o£ officers will be held .at the final meet- f ing in the spring^ The association has completed the ! necessary purchases for a health [ center room at the school. > Other officers besides Mrs, Furlow j are Mrs. Geraldine "Varner, vice I president; Mrs. Merle Shoemak'er, | secretary and Mrs. i treasurer. Edwina. Durr, [Park Heights Bridge Group '.•» Has Luncheon The Ladies Bridge Club of Park; |Heights held a bridge-luncheon tiursday afternoon at the AH Ghan Shrine Country Club, honoring new [members. A yello^f and white color siheme predominated in the decorations, place cards -and tallies. Prizes at bridge were awarded to Mrs. Theodore Carlson and Mrs. Alvln B. Storey. Others attending were Mrs. ilaude Jett, Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. "alph Balch, Mrs. George Barry, Mrs. H. A. Dayton -and Mrs. Earl fff. Conn. Program Wi [Feature P-T.A. 'uesday Night The Johnson Heights Parent- Teacher Association will hold its rst, meeting of the fall . season uesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at |he school. Mrs. Edward J. Wilson,- president, •ill conduct the business session at mch time programs for.the year -U be formulated. She will-also Ik on the summer conference d at College Park. The program U be under the direction of Mrs. Mvm Wilson, Refreshments will be served by Mrs. F. H. White and her ommittee. » Other officers of the association P re Mrs. B. F. Ryan, vice president; Tames Reynolds, secretary and C. E. Brookerly, treasurer. - Miss Alice Keller, bride-elect,."was honored yesterday afternoon at a luncheon-bridge, by Mrs. .Marshall —Photo by Gold fine Mrs. Frank P. Stakem who" before her marriage on Sept. 12 to Cpl. Stakem,,In St. Mary's Catholic Church, Lonaconing, was Miss Ruth E. Jones. • . Jean Jackson Becomes Bride Of n •• Lt. Englander In Ca ifornia •Mi-, and Mrs. John W. Jackson, Loriaconlng, announce:the marriage of their, daughter, Miss Jean Livingstone Jackson, to Lieutenant Clinton Wayne Englander, TJSNR., Bon of .Mr. and Mrs. B. E, Englander, Detroit, Michigan. The ceremony was solemnized at 4. o'clock in the afternoon of September 11, at the Naval Air Station Chapel, Alameda, California, with Chaplain F. N. Tegler, officiating. Mrs. Clark Wilson of Des Moines, Iowa,'was matron of honor and the bride's only attendant, and Lieutenant (jg) Clark. Wilson, USNR., served as best man for Lieutenant Englander. Given in marriage by Commander Raymond M. Pitts, TJSN., the bride wore a light blue gabardine, suit with black accessories. A corsage of white orchids tume. completed her cos- A graduate of Central High school of Lonaconlng, the bride received her bachelor degree from Randolph- Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg. Virginia, in 1943, where she majored in.Latin and Greek. She is now employed by the United States Army Signal Corp:, Washington. Lieutenant Englander received his degree from Wayne University in 1940. where he was a member of Alpha Kappa Pi Social Fraternity. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Officers' ciub at Alameda Naval Air Base. Lieutenant and Mrs. Englander spent their honeymoon on a Dude Ranch in the Shasta Mountains of California, and in Los Angeles, arm Mesa, Arizona. Mrs. Englander will return to Washington shortly to resume her work with the Signal Corps, and Lieutenant Englander will return to San Francisco. Bride-Elect Of Tuesday Honored At Luncheon- Bridge Pa rty G. : Williams,' at County Club'. the Cumberland •• The 'luncheon 'table was .centered with a" bouquet. of white pompo'ns, bronze and yellow chrysanthemums, and the bridal motif was carried out Observance. Of Women's Day At Centre Street Today is designated as "Women's Day," at Centre Street Methodist church and the guest speaker at the,!! o'clock service will be Mrs. Joy : Elmer Morgan of ^Washington. Her topic .will be "Behold I Set Before. Thee An Open Door." The Rev. Dr. Walter M.' Michael will be in charge'of'the regular church service. . Mrs. Morgan is Conference president of the Woman's Division of Christian- Service, and president of the Washington Council of Church Women, and is active in club work. Her rrasband "is well known as editor of the National Educational Association magazine. . . ' Mrs. George W. Barnard, secretary of the local church activities of Centre. Street church, will introduce Mrs. Morgan. Mrs. W. H. Shockley, secretary of spiritual life, will offer the prayer. . There will be a special musical program given by the choir under the direction of David Hibaugh, with Mrs. P. Thorner Smith at the organ. > The ushers who will serve include Mrs. James W. Kirk, Mrs. L, B. Starcher, Miss Mame Willison, Miss Wella Cook, Miss Nell Hawkins and Miss Mildred Willison. in the 'place cards and tallies. Mrs. Williams presented the guest of honor with a corsage. -: •.'.-'. ;Mlss Keller, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Hugo -Keller, 776 Payette street., will become the bride Tuesi day •evening of Lieutenant Morris Burns Stanley, USMC, son of R, S.- Stanley',- Mt_ Roys! -;- a venue. The ceremony will be solemnized at 7 o'clock .tn the First Presbyterian cliurch, Washington street, with the Rev. William A. Els'enberger, officiating. ...•••_ Mrs. Williams will be the matron of honor. -Miss Joy Small, and Miss Dorothy Williams will be the bridesmaids. Miss -Anne Yoerg, Holyoke', Mass., will be the maid of honor. The guests included Mrs. Hugo Keller, Mrs. Fred T. - Small, Mrs. Joseph Williams, Mrs. Lloyd R. Meyers, Mrs. Thornton Race, Mrs. MIU- ard Snyder, • Miss Small, Miss George-Anna Diehl, Miss Williams and Miss Frances Eisenberger. County Agent At White-House Miss Maude A,-Bcanr county home demonstration agent, represented Allegany county at the first White House conference on rural education, held in Washington Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Bean said Mrs. Roosevelt opened the Wednesday morning conference, and took part in the general discussions which followed. President Roosevelt spoke briefly in the afternoon, and tea was served in the state dining room at the| close of the day's conference. j "My whole impression of the White House was that it was just an American home," she stav J. 'There was no formality, and the president and his wile treated us as if we had ust dropped in to call." Married In Local Church Cpl. and Mrs. Albert C..Rice —Photo by Goltiime W.S. C. S. Holds Meeting At Fairview Parsonage The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Fairview Methodist church held its monthly meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Joseph W. Young 308 Bedford street. Missions were discussed and the "Week of Prayer Meeting" will be held at the church Friday, October 27. Attending were Mrs. Nora Broteinarkle, Mrs. John Cross. Mrs. Jake Walters, .Mrs. Herman Brant, Mrs. Lola Stewart, and Miss Bertha Jenkins. • The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Herman Brant, 515 East Third street, with Mrs. Walters, as -assistant hostess. .A. C. Rice, Miss Swearman Sept. 20 The marriage Is announced of Miss . Evelyn Grace Swearman, 314 Park street, daughter of Mrs. Carrie Swearman, Meyersdale, Pa., and Corporal 'Albert Oar! Rice, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice, this cfty. ..;. •• The ceremony was performed on September -20 by 'the Rev. Carl H. Clapp, pastor of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed church. The bride :was attired In a soldier blue suit .with luggage accessories. A' corsage of .red roses completed her costume. She will resume her position at -the Celanese Plant, upon the termination of Opl. Rice's furlough. He has served three years of overseas duty In the Pacific area. Bedford Valley GirlMarried To Altoona Man Miss Kathleen Miller, .daughter of Mr. sud Mrs. Andrew Miller, of nearby Bedford Valley, Pa., and Mario Luslgnolo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nickola Tedeschl. Altoona, Pa., were wilted in marriage Thursday, October B, i The ceremony, followed by a low nuptial mass, was solemnized In Mt. Carmel .Catholic church, Altoona, at 10 a. m., with the Rev. John Flannelly officiating. Miss Olivia Tedeschi was maid of honor and Henry Slnisl best man. Following the wedding ceremony a dinner wss served at the home of the bridegroom. Later in the evening a reception was held after which Mr. and Mrs. Luslgnolo left for Columbus, Ohio. They will reside Ln Altoona. FASHIONS • FROM THE STORC FAMOUS FOR FASHION • FROM THE STORE FAMOUS FOR FASHIONS . FROM THE STOS5 FAMOUS FOR FAMOUS • FROM THt STORl FAMOUS FOR 1 County Women Attend State Council Of Homemakers' Meet Two Allegany County Women, members of the County Council of Homemakers, took part in the two- day conference held by the State Council of Homemakers, at College Park, Tuesday and Wednesday of last' week. Mrs. Edward 'Lewis, president of the County Council, and Mrs. W. Maddocks, vice president of the Maryland State Council, participated in the forums held by all state officers, chairmen of the state :ouncil and all county presidents. 3n Wednesday afternoon Mrs. jewis gave a five minute report of home demonstration :he county work. The forum consisted of discussions on post war planning and also the theme of the conference, Can the County Council "What Do to Further Interest in Homemakers' Clubs, and to Reach the Young Women." Mrs. J. Homer Ramsburg, Middletown, presided. Included in the projects to be launched for discussion by the various county groups are peace, membership, 4-H club work, nutrition, clothing, home furnishings and home management, cultural topics. Including music, art, home reading, and recreation. On Wednesday evening President H. C. Byrd of the University of Maryland, entertained the group at dinner. Girl Sco-ut Mother-Daughter Banquet. Will '..Be Held' Oct. 31 tu V\odei Meeting II Be Held By Sororty 'meet r Beta S| 8 r «a Phi sorority, model 'meeting of Lambda II . , n be held Wednesday evening at o clock at the All Ghan Shrine country Club, with Mrs. Martin Sharp presiding. resume of the activities Rritf -, Loar ' and Mi >« Thelma Britten will give a talk on "A Comparison of Moods of Artists f s E.ought Out in Their Paintings." unior Class lost At Dance mber * last evening at the regu- and P"ty held at St. Center. of the committee In rh» e charge were Mi/is Catherine Kelley, "" McMahon, Miss Rose Stakert, Miss Rose Mary Leo, Joy - Mlss Tur- M «s Wary Louise Kauffmnn. • ° la Fflhey ' Miss < Harriet •The Mother and Daughter banquet, of, the. Cumberland Girl Scouts will b? held on October 31, at 6 p. m. at 'the Centre Street Methodist ihurch hall, it has been announced. Mrs." Stanley Daniels will be the XJastmaster, '.and' Mrs. Morris L. Barnes, commissioner, will extend greetings.. Miss Mary G. Walsh will be the guest speaker. The program will .include the pre- entiiijj of the color 'guard; Girl Scout pledge; one. verse of "The Star Spangled Banner;" the song "Smiles", and the Girl Scout song. An outstanding feature will be the court of awards, at which badges of merit will be presented to the Girl.Scouts who have earned-them through completion of the required projects. The program will close with taps. Mrs. Herbert Platt 5s chairman of the committee arranging the affair. D. Of A. Group nitiates Ten; Visitors Here Our Flag of Cumberland bound], r ?;, 30 ?' Dau ehters of America, held initiation ceremonies Thursday night. In Junior Order Hall, Poik street, .with Mrs. Josephine Biggs in charge of .the. floor work, and Mrs. Viola .Hudwn.: acting councillor. Several past national councillors were here, for the occasion. They included JMrs. .Naomi Swnnn, Mrs Grace Reed, Mrs. Mary Rutherford, Mrs. Maude Bradburn, Mrs. Annie Inscore,,all-of Washington. Talks were given by the visitors The. candidates included Mrs Marie Kerns, Mrs, ,Mary Arnold, Mrs. Lavtnia Bailey. Mrs. Alphn Sherwood, Mrs. Charlotte Ca'rr, Mrs. Frances Lee Miller, Mrs. Alice Bng- Jey,xMrs. Alda Winters, Miss LeoUi Miller and Miss Annabclle Bniioy. A social hour was held following tjie^ceromoniejs with . Mrs. Florence i of the She will be assisted by Mrs. Dan Bbrchers. Mrs. Jarries Warden, and Mrs. Daniel Bruer, Mrs. William C. Walsh and Mrs. Gordon Mitchell are In charge of the publicity. Tickets^are. available now and reservations should be made the Troop leaders not Jater October. 25. with tha-.i Miss Douthitt Betrothed To Pvt. Wolford The engagement of Miss Lucille Douthitt .to Pvt. Edward P. Wolford has been anonunced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Douthitt, Fort Ashby, W. Va. Pvt. Wolford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wolford also of Fort Ashby. Miss DouthStt Is a graduate of Fort Ashby High School and Catherman's Business School, City. She Is now employed as secretary by Clarence LIppel, attorney. Pvt. Wolford is stationed at Fort Leonnrd Wood, Missouri. No date has been set for~'thc wedding. THE AMERICAN ERA IN FINE PERFUME WH I H * I A * r J Ail HIGH Senior 4-H Club Elects Heads? The FUntstone Senior 4-H Club! elected officers at the meeting Friday night at the Flintstone high school, and nnmed Miss Evelyn Morrison, home economic teacher as leader. ..The officers Include Christine Smith, president; Beverly Mann, vice president; Gale Teter, secretary and Ruth Smith, treasurer The Joyovi/lnloxicollng, ecstatic... high-spirited as Ih* ring'ot youthful laughter*.v. exultonl as the leaping'pulse of life. Created by leigh, it presents the epitome of perfume qualify rst on American price. * Q 51 jJTHt qUHCt ONt .«£ ONLY LE GH • > M.I.... !•«. convention will be held. invite you ^ -PIT " ~if rp.lfiii • i d s f . •

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