Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1945 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN SUNDAY TIMES, QPMBERLAND, MO, SUNDAY, MARCH .4, 1945 Auxiliary Of /Legion Will Be Entertained! The Ladle* Auxiliary of- Fort Cumberland Unit No. 13, American Legion will be entertained by. Mrs. Ada Connelly Long, department historian of State of Maryland., with a St. Patrick's day party Tuesday evening. A floor show by..pupflj'.-bf the Mwy Kivthryn Steclcman Dunw jtwllo will feature the program.:. Mrs. Martha McNary wtirprwide | at the business session at 8 o'clock -.and. the program will be given at 9:15. , The floor show will feature a group ol so tig.', and. dances of Ireland, Taking part will b« Joan : Racey, Patricia Clancey, Nanca Lee Kennell. Marty 'Metz, Iris Brant, Gail Trelber, Jacqueline Wolverton, Barbara Decker, Joan Jones, Carol Jean Lannon, Sondra Treat, Nancy Parker and Eleanor Harreth. : A toe number will be danced by Mary Louise Shifter; a medley of . Irish songs will be sung by Joanne Rowe, and "The Shamrock," by Carlene Hlgglru. An Irish Jis? will he danced by the Brlnker listers Eileen and Adel<v : Other numbers will br. A dance : by Donna Jean Reed, Doris Jack, Ann Shewbrldge, Norms Robosson and Mary Jo Valentine. An acro- . batlc number will be danced by Mary Frances Kcnnell and a skit, "The Man Shortage," with song and dancing by Faith Garrett, Patricia Minka, Dons Hartley, Catherine Brlnker and John Clancey. •.-. A green color scheme will be car- Vrted out In the table, appointments Mrs. Ray J. Ansbach Is chairman of tha refreshment committee. She will be -assisted by Mrs. Hester Undamood, Mrs, Mabel Snyder. Mrs. Leila Welsh, Mrs. Daisy Buskey, Mrs. Clara Palmer and ifn. Pearl Allen. . Recent Brides Of Local Servicemen Wed At Army Mri. June* Thomas He —Photo by Kosenbtunu Mrs. Robert L. Doak —Photo by Gold fin Star Spangled Minstrel Show; To Be Given New York Fiction Editor - -£ :. Wed To Frostburg ; Man Tlie Star Spangled Minstrel, an original production, will be presented Friday night, March 9, at 8 o'clock In the Cresaptown School by the junior-high department. The cast Includes Thomas Mltch- «H as Inlerloctur supported by Jane Morelarid, Bernadlno Hutson, : Betty Lou Taylor, Ellen Orndorfl, Wayne Dan-son. Wl!!!a:n Hardcsty, Doris Livlnsrood, David Lewis, Paul Shofce and Williiuii Anderson. The main chorus Includes Glady; Hitc, Helen McKenzie, Kenneth Keefauver, William Ward, Jo Ann Shirley, Mary Porter, Arlene Norris, Bbner McKenzie, Mary E. Kamauff, : Hilda Holt, Madeline Cooper. Phyllis Barncord, Drus- cllla RUey, Ethel Golllher, James Lease, Richard Klgga, John Grab- •nsteln, Harrj Blub»ugh, Emerson Breedlove, Evelyn Heltt, Gladys Moreland, Shirley KeLscr, Ernest Miller, Nancy Robertson, Margaret Anderson, James Haycock, Charles Lowls, Robert Dawson. The tumblers are Alan Ho*ler, Walter Cecil, Donald B««man, Charles Kane, Robert Smoutse, Robert Witt and Earl Twlgg; boy's chorus, Richard Phillip* "Beautiful . Doll," Paul Holler, Dal§ Hounshell, David 3uimr.erfleld, Robert Martin, Billy War«, Paul Miller, Henry Col Uns. Th» Jitterbug* will b« Geanne Scott, On thrU Friend, Thomas Mitchell, Gladys Skelly, Robert McKenzie, June FUnn; Evallna Girls: Erma SkeJley, R1U Friend, Joan Harmlson, Phyllis £kelley, Phyllis Taylor, Patsy Martz, Ann* Louise Burkett, Ocnevieve L«as«, Jean Hall Loletta Ciithell, Mary Wright, Marlon Breedlove. Cowboys will Includs: Thomas Smith, Harv-id Wlnteri, Benjamin . Jolley, Lester McKenzie. Robert McDonald, Raymond Long, Kath- erlne Hartman; Roller Stcat«s Charles ! Genevleve, Roland Reiser William Hunter. Miss Eleanor Stierhem, daughter of Mrs. Frances Stierhem, of New York City, was married on Saturday, February 24, to Lieutenant Christopher Richard MacMannls, U.S.N.R, son of Mrs. M. J. Mac- Mannls. of Frostburg. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Randolph Ray. In the chapel of The Little Church Around The Corner. The bride who studied at Friends West Philadelphia School, and Eden Hall, and has since been associated with publishing and freelance writing, is now Fiction Editor of Life Story Magazine. The bride-groom, 7/ho resided In Frostburg, until he was commissioned In the Navy, has been on duty for the last two years In the Atlantic and Mediterranean theaters, as well as in the Southwest Pacific, from which he recently returned. •:.. Alma Michael Becomes Bride I Of Cpl. James HessHn Texas M.I«j Alma Gevaldln* Michael, i only attendant und Corporal Al- daughter of Ralph X Mldiuel, 56 tredo °' e Nardp was best. Marion .treet, became the brld, jULr-dta Corporal James Thomas Hc.ss. son! cessori cs, A corsage of white orchids of Mr. and Mrs. PoweJJ T. Hess, 14 Bedford street, on Sunday, Febuary IB, In Galveston, Texa*. The double ring ceremony was ilemnlzed In the Stewart Memorial lapel of the First Baptist church, Ith tha Rev. Harold L. Flckett, niclating. Miss Vivian E. Miller as maid of honor and the bride's The preliminaries In the Fort Hill iph school extemporaneous speak- ng contest will b* held tomorrow and Tuesday. : : Winners In the elimination com- etltlon selected by Miss Gcrardlne Pritchard Include Edward Beall Torma Cole, Lucille Creegan, Don Id Mason, Evelyn Summerlot, Christine Stotler. Harwell Saville and McMillan Twlgg. Miss Kathleen Cumbe* named Jerbert May, Louia Kohler, Betty .ou Kisjht, Jeanne Mohler, Charles Temp/or Class Names Chairmen Th« Templar Bible class of the First Presbyterian church appointed committee* for the year »t the meeting Thursday evening at the church house. Mrs. Myrtle Potter, Mri. Beulah Ltkcn find Mm. Elizabeth Cuke com prLw thfl Visiting and Sutwhtm committee; Mrs. Ethel Glynn, Sun day Devotions; Mrs. Marie Smith Meeting Devotions; Mr*. Nell Blun and Mrs. Mari?aret Hutcheaon, S«w Irig; Mrs, Ruth Luclman, Mrs. Ann DobBon. Mrs. Maude 'Hutter an Mrs. Florence Conrad. Program nnd Mrs. Knight Reynold*, Meetln Hottest chairman. An Instruction In R*d Cross §«w ing was given by Mrs. J. H. Lltch tnnsteln after which refreshments were served by Mrs. Ludman. Park Placa'Church Will Ho Id Bazoo completed her costume. Miss Miller wore a black suit with white accessories and » corsage of pink sweet- peas. . Mrs. Hess Is a graduate of Fort Hill high school and before her departure for Texas, she was employed on the staff of the Celsnese Corporation of America, lapt. Robert L. Doak Weds Allene Kuhns In Post Chape The-marriage of Miss Allene Kuhns, daughter of Mrs. J. I>. Eason, of 611 Lynn street, to Captain Robert L. Doak, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Doak, 517 Memorial avenue. Is announced by the bride's mother. Miss Kuhns became the bride of ,'aptaln Doak at the Post Chapel, Columbus, Georgia, at 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon, February 26. The post chaplain officiated. The bride was attired In a, dressmaker suit of two-tone light grey wool, with which she wore black ac- Zone 1 Meet ing A/ill *Be. Held n Wednesday Zone No. I of the Women's Soci,y of Christian Service of the agerstown district of the Method- t church will hold a meeting In Emmanuel Methodist church from ) o'clock In the., morning until 2 'clock la the afternoon. Mrs. Robert W. Young will pwalde. U. Col. John O. Golden will be :ie guest speaker at the afternoon I session, and will tell of some of hts ] t xperlences on the Western front. - 1 Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman will be tho « ocal soloist, • •'•' lo Mrs. John G. Cook, FrostbuiB, j >- Istrlct president, will be the speak- | >. r at the morning session. The zone i 4 eader will be elected at this meet-1 ^ ng, to flH the unexpired term ofj:< Mrs. J. Orvllle Fier, who resigned. | * Mrs. Robert Young will preside at|>" he business session and the duties £ >f the officers will be explained by the different officers of each society. !Q A box luncheon will be held atj"- noon and Mrs, Helen Purlnton, | 3 pastor of the Davis Memorial | a Methodist church will lead the j a group singing In the recreational | m period. '! Sixteen Methodist churches arc members of the zone. Bowling Green Club Will Hear Gardening Talk The Bowling Green Homemakers Club will discuss meeting Tuesday gardening at afternoon »t Robinette. Mrs. Wesley A.. McGra» will preside. : .:.•..-• ' , Reports will be made on the rt C( i Cross sewing project which was i e . cently started by' the club. Several fracture pillows have been cum- pleted... Mrs. Blmo Ch*nneii ^ chairman of the sewing iroup .IM Mrs. Glen. Johnson U wsl«unL Members have also completed several dress forms. Mrs. Harry. Utterback, recreation chairman, will direct the social hour and Mrs. J, E. Tritt will be J D ' o'clock, at the home of Mrs. A. M.'charge of the music. DfifSS fOK THl AUN IN YOUR Llfl e ORCSS FOK THf MAN IN YOUR LIFf at edtttt!s*J in Yoyut cessories. A corsage of gardenias an pink rosebuds completed her coi turae. > •.' Capt. Doak who has been hi th service since September 1941, r'e-jles will be decorated to represent r<iiupri hie Kneir. t-rnlnincr oK rrnmn fH*» mnntVic nf MIA vpnr or»rt nanli Penn "VWenueii P.-T.A."ToHold!J Postponed Fete The regular monthly meeting of the Pennsylvenla Avenue Parent- Teacher Association will be held Tuesday at 7:45 o'clock In the school cafeteria, when the program which was planned for February and can-! 7 celled due to the fuel shortage, will i • be presented. • • I^ A feature will be the cutting of R • t fifteen pound birthday cake, at the j ~* party which will be held in obser- ] ^ vance of Founders Day. Twelve tab- j o ceived his basic training at Camp Croft. Louisiana, served at Port McClellen, Alabama and Camp Claiboume, La., before going overseas. He was wounded August 8, 1944, and returned to this country to be hospitalized. He is an instructor at Fort Bennirig, where he received his commission. • Capt. and Mrs. Doafc will reside near Fort Benning. . the months of the year, and each z member will sit at the table which '. ~~ represents the month !n which he ', Zj was born. (^ The program will Include a playlet i games and refreshments, and all i •£ aarents are asked to attend. i *- Daughters Of America Will Observe Anniversary In Apr i Our flag of Cumberland Council No. 100, Daughters of America, will celebrate its eighteenth anniversary on April 18. with Past Councillor's night and also to honor charter members. The celebration will be held at the junior Order hall. Polk street, and Mrs. Josephine Biggs is the general chairman in charge. Plans for the observance were Corporal Hess graduated from completed at the meeting Thursday Allegany high school and was also inl 8 ht . at which time a donation of a member of the sUfl of the Cel-'^O was voted to the Red Cross. peaking Contest Finals Will Be Held March 20 |milTtnry"service."~Hs iTstationed at anese "Corporation, prior to entering the Air Base near Galveston. After a short honeymoon, the couple will resld* In Galveston. Homemakers 5 Celebrate'-! 9 fh Anniversary Robert Edward Jewell, Sidney Gcrson, Betty Weaver and Henrlett* wafrus. •;. The finals will b« held March 20. To Hold Card Party Manhattan Temple No. 8, Pythian Sisters will sponsor R party, with cards and other entertainment featuring th« program, at 8:30 o'cock Harch 8, folowlng the regular bus- ness xesslon at th* Junior Order hall. The Valley Road Homemakers Club will celebrate the nineteenth anniversary of its organization Wed- "Mnesday at 12:30 o'clock, with a cover" I ed dish luncheon at the lecture hall of the First Presbyterian church, Washington street. : Mrs. Lester Hlte, who was the first president of the club, but Is now associated with the Happy Valley Club, and all past presidents will be the honor guests. • The luncheon tables will be festive in the spring motif and Instead of one large birthday cake, an Individual cakn with one candle will be at each place.. An Impromptu and informal program will b« featured Prizes will be awarded and re- 'reshments will b* served. Mrs. Elsie L«hr, Mrs. Anna Jenkins and Mrs. Josephine Biggs comprise the committee or arrangements. : following the luncheon. Mrs. E. O. Friich will preside Members are asked to contribute a household suggestion for the new department called th» "Problem Corner." Marriage Announced Mrs. Anna Twlgg, chairman In harge of sending the servicemen's X5X6S, announced that Set. Addison L. Marple and Sgt. Carl Smith would b? the recipients this month. Assisting Mrs. Biggs in making plans lor the anniversary are Mrs. Florence Welres. Mrs. Ruth Hop- crnft, Mrs. Ada Keady, Mrs. Hilda Shrout, Mrs. Alda Wmtera, Mrs. Alice Bagley, Mrs. Vlolst Webber, Mrs. Lena Scarlet, Mrs. Avis Webber, Mrs. Eva. McElfish and Mrs Helen Wetzel. r •:•• IS I". Ray Sell; USN. To Wed Bristol, 1 ^ England, Girljs The engagement is announced O! ; Q Miss Barbara Helen Lobb (A.T.S.'!>- daughter of G. H. Lobb of Horfielc: f Bristol. England, and the late Mr?.. ~~ Lobb, to Petty Officer Ray O. Sell, ; Z USN, now stationed with the Unit- 2 cd States Navy in England, son of: Mrs. Ella R. Sell, Baltimore form-:3! erly of this city. . . • • •::.-: i- Petty Officer 'Sell is a brother ol'« Mrs. George R. Mease, Bedford road. 2 this city. No date has been set for the wedding. :!' ?. • ... »xc/ojiv«ly o Junior Guild design. A rrimtrion* clip burn* bn'f/ianffy on tht ovtrtondinff drape rreafmtnf. '..•••• How weff you'll • foolc in it/ : 22 95 second floor DR£SS FOR THf MAN IN YOUR LIFE • DfifSS' FOR THl MAN IN YOUR Life • DRESS FOR THt MAN IN YOUR LIFl • DRfSS FOR THf MAN IN YOUK Lift Junior Music Club Feature i . Poems, Quiz;* - i '^ The Junior Music and Arts Club j *of Roberts Place gave a program of miscellaneous poems and selections or reed instruments at its meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Earl Bruce. Dorothy Shertzer presided. . : ; . Opening with the singing of America, Barbara Henry and Beverly Bruce gave a flute duet: the poems were recited by David Walton, Elea- j O nor Pickering and JoAnn Shertier; i clarinet solos were played by Joan FROM OUR FAMOUS Ths Yotma Adult Group of Par Plac* Methodtst church, will hold Bazaar on March 18, at the ohurc' starting ht 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lod . Faye Burke, publicity chairman, announces the commltte* appointments a* folloTrs: Mrs. Mildred Short : and Mrs.! Burks will have charge of th« fancy work table; Mrs! Phyllis Kemp and 'Mrs. Vera Chenowith, the tie table; Mrs. Lois Wiles and Miss Mary Wllrs, the white, elephant table; Mrs. El*a RASS and Mrs. Martha Bowers, tho cnke and pie booths; Mrs. Ralph Wiles and Reggls Wolf, ice cream and aoft drinks, Mrs. Burke and Mrs. Wiles are In charge at the publicity and promotion, . Casf of "Janie" Will Be Entertained Tuesday Omlcron Kappa 81gm«, : Allegarty high school dramatic, club, will «n- trrtaln the cast of "Janle" at a dinner-dance.'; Tuesday evening at the All Chan Shrine Country Club. Yvonne Rogers, vice president of tlie club, who. took the le»d in th* play, will be master of ceremonies. Alpha 'Jean Bergman, president of tilt; club, and MlM Orph» BonlU Prttchnrd. advisor and director, will rivr talks. : : -.. : The decoration* will b« In the club colors of pink and green, and a niiiMcul program will be presented. FniifiTviiiK (.im dinner, an Informal danc* will rnneludt'the *vauJnc. Barncord; a flute trio was played by Tommy Oswald, Beverly Bruce and Barbara Henry, and group singing was led by Beverly Bruce, accompanied by the trio. ••••'.' Mrs. Thomas Pickering directed a short course In the theory of music. and Dorothy Shertzer, after reading the story of BeethoVen's life, conducted a quiz on the composer. Charles Pickering reported that he had collected $12.59 for tha "Music In Hospitals." boxes. Ths hostess served refreshments a-isisted by her daughter, Mary Lou Bruce. Ths next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. F. D. Walton, April 6. ' Other members attending were Doris Rosenberger, Patricia Martin, | Charles Notts, Bobble Bruce and j Ronald Bnice. • i- . Party Given ',*•'• •- \ . Ridgeiey Iz DRESS SHOP to Patricia Mickey, daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. Harold E. Mickey, : 2(H m g Mnin street, Rldgelcy, W. Va., was'i •honored with a party on her 9th | birthday; Thursday evening, from;" 5 until 7 o'clock. • • ]O Those attending were Lcona Davis,}*" >orls Dix'yton. Penny Turner, Patty 12 3urstn, PhyllLi Comer, Janet Knier- - ~ em, Helen Helmick, Joyce Poling,'< Willis Baker) John Shartiger, Gcorgn] 5 Billmyer, John Krnmpf 1 . Ralph Wet-|^ zel, Raymond Spencer, Ronald Tab- £ Icr, Donald and Freddie Mickey, v Mrs. Jack D. Malonc and Mrs. Fred O Lnrron and son, Donald, of Fort;"" Ashby, W. Vn. \£ Cpl. and Mn. Ralph Bunrr. Jr., who** m»rri»ftt li Knnoinveti hy Mr. ami .Mr». Bojrd D«fr5nb[m»h, p»rrn1* of the brid« wh« T»»« Mh« F.rm* DeffinrMitiirh. : Th* rprrmonr w»< p«rform«x1 January 3* at 'TltnUUxve, honw nt th* brWe, ttj R«r. Walter Twltr. C|»l. Buvrr ht th« Min •* Mr, *M Mr*. R*hph Bimr »f OMlAwn, Mil, Mrs. Ralph Rothj* To Be Honored; s 1O Mrs. I. w. McBrlde honored her; * daughter, Mrs. Ralph Roth who ha-i|Z! just returned from Mormhans, . ^ Texas, where she has be«n rc.itdln)t|^ with her husband, Pfc. Rotli, ati^ an Informal Ten, Friday afternoon,! £ at her home, 407 Goethe street. .• ' j „ The guests Included Mrs. Norman, o Haloes, Mrs. Warren Davis, MraJ"* Maurice Early, Mrs. Donald Work- 1 g man, Mm. Jack Cornell, Mr«. Mary Jf All«n, MUs Charlotte Drcnnlng and ' Q Mlwi Melva Mort. : ' • "DIPSY-DATST" Cmp corsages of «mbroi- dtrtd whi1* pique daisies >itd whh a stlf-bow make this slim, young princess I rack a dale-bait must in evtry junior's wore/rate/ Caralt-Paca Rayon Crepe in American Nary or Jet Black wllh White.. Siies 9 to 15. "LOOr-THE-LOOP" Year lavorile Carole King from latt '44 . . . nptalcd lor spring in chalky potttti. Plain Rayon Shantung In Romance Slut, let Pink, Lemon Ytlhir. Siict 9 lo 15- .98 PICKTN' POPPIES torrJtr bright with brilliant tta poppies! . . . to add Moom ts your wardrobe this spring! Sweetheart ntcklint, and tiny tapM sletrn for •' l»*n agt (ouch el gaietyt Shadowbox Kajon Crip* in let fink, IggsMI. at Komanct tlut, all with bright rtd ptfiet. Sins 9 to 15, exclusive witlv Cumberland

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