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FOURTEEN Miss Brandier Will Be Hostess ToDARGhapter Miss Ida Brandier will be hostess! to Cresap Chapter; Daughters of the American Revolution, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, at her home, 119 South Allegany streetJ Miss fan Lloyd will preside at the business session and Miss Brnndler has arranged an original program for the meeting. Mrs. John Rohb 'Is chairman for the rummage sale which will be held Friday, October 27. from 9 a. m. to 7. p. m., in the lecture hall of the First Presbyterian church, Washington street. She will be as- .sisted by Mrs, Lewis M. Wilson. Mrs. Elmer R. Kellough, Mrs. Frank O. Armstrong, Mrs. Eugene F. Rogers, and Mt% Brandier. The proceeds realized from the sale will be given to the National DAB War fund and other patriotic Interests. The "share your magazine" project, which was inaugurated last spring by the chapter, at the Cumberland Public Library, is becoming quite popular with both adults and students. Mrs. Wilson is chairman. The magazines may be taken out of the library by high school students for both reference and class work. ^Cpl. Gilpin Feted At Party Mrs. Eliza J. Gilpin, 934 Maryland avenue, entertained at a party Friday night honoring her son. Cpl. Eugene Gilpin, who visited his home enroiite to Columbia, S. C., from Port Myers, Fla. Music and dancing featured the entertainment. Refreshments were served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Conroy, Mr. and Mrs. Jake McClelland, Mr. and Mrs- John Robb and daughter Mary Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ollpln, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerlach, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glipin, Miss Eileen. Bark, Miss Ann Shewbrldge. Miss' Ruth Lee Bartlett, Miss Lois Hcrboldshelmer, Mrs. Bruce Gross, Mrs. Mary G. Rhoads, Mrs. Jean Meyers and daughter Lois Jean, Miss Virginia Kelley, Houston, Tex,; Mrs. Rose Marie Long, Bedford Valley, Pa.; Pvt. Richard McClelland, and Peter McClelland. Cpl. Gilpin left yesterday for Florida. Personals SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY,-OCTOBER 15, 1944 Lt. Kenneth L. Fletcher, son of Mrs. Lola E. Fletcher, 717 Baltimore avenue, is home on leave from Army Air Base, Harvard, Neb. Mrs. Ethel Snyder, Greene street, returned from a visit in Arlington, Vn. Pfc. Marshall W. Boone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boone, 209 Potomac street, is home on furlough Irom Fort Myers, Fla., where he graduated from GurmeY School. He will leave next week for Lincoln, Neb., for further .training.. . James Laffey returned to Orlando, Fla., after being here for .the Requiem High Mass for his son, James A. Laffey, Jr., reported killed in action in the Pacific area. John C. Dectz, F Ic, USA., returned to Little Creek, Va., after n short lenve with his wife and children. 515 Eastern avenue, and his parents, 208 Frederick street. Pvt. Richard Troshak, Camp Swift, Tex., is on furlough at his home, 306 North Mechanic street. Mrs. Thomas F. Jonea, 699 Gephart drive, who was called to Brooklyn, N. Y., by a death In her family, has returned. Mr. and Mrs. John Orowley, Baltimore, arc ^pending, the weekend with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Dyche, Sandringhnm road, The Dingle.. Miss Ada Cresap, R. N., Baltimore is the guest .of relatives and friends here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur G. Fowler, Washington street, are visiting relatives in northern New York. Mrs. Pauline Burkett, 705 Yale street, Is ti patient at Memorial hospital, where she underwent an operation. James VV. Sills, seaman Ic, returned, from his third trip across the Atlantic and will spend fifteen days visiting his wife. Mrs. Gladys Sills and children,, Ronald and Carolyn, 17 Weber street, and his mother, Mrs. Katherlne Sills, 623 Lincoln street. Mrs. Leverne Robertson, 431 Laing avenue, and father-ln-Iaw. Howard B. Robertson, 10-10 Myrtle street, are visiting the former's husband, Pvt. Kenneth H. Robertson, at Camp Wlipeler, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, daughter, Ruth, and grandmother, Helen Gosner, Pleasantvllle, N. J.. are visiting the former's brother. F. E. Thompson, and Mrs. Thompson. 506 Eastern avenue. Willlnm Blair, U. S. Navy, Medical Corps, returned to Memphis, Term., after spending a 10-day leave with l>i.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Blair, 403 Maryland avenue. Clifford E. Burns, seaman second class, returned to Bnlnbridge nftcr spending a nine-day leave with his wife nnd children, 400 Maryland avenue. T-Sgt. Charles R. Simpson, returned to Topcka Army Air Base, Topeka, Kans.. alter spending two- weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. -Simpson, 306 Columbia street. Pvt. Edward M. Metz, stationed at Memphis, Tenn., wns called home due to the Illness of his wife, Mrs. Bernacllne Metz, 307 Holland street, who underwent a major operation In Memorial Hospital Tuesday morn Ing. Pvt. Mctz is the son of Mrs. Dolly McU, 307 Holland street. Mr*. Mildred Dickinson, until recently n resident of this city, cm- ployed In Washington, D. C.. ha.s accepted a position nt Long Beach. Bride In Beautiful Wedding Mrs. J. E. Tritt Heads'Amonha Bible C Betrothal? Announced Of Two Allegany Hi Graduates ass The Amoma Bible Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. -Earl Gross,- 515 Woodlawn Terrace, at which time a Hal- lowe'en party was featured. The devotional was In charge of Mrs, C. H. Taylor *hd" prayer was led by Mrs. Macy, Herpich. A s#lo was" sung by^ Mrs. Edwin W. 6»y!or. Reports 'were given of cards and gifts sent to the giclc and shutins, Following the 'routine business, |the election of officers was held, resulting in Mrs. J. E, Tritt, being named president. Other officers tar elude Mrs. Earl Groes, first: vice president; Mrs, Earl Gauntz, second vice president; Mrs. Barbara Rexroad, third vice president; Mrs. C. H. .Taylor, treasurer; Mrs. Walter! AJcxander secretary; Mrs. H. - NT Atbey,-. assist • secretary ' and . Mrs. Carl Herpich,. .teacher. • Mrs, John R,ealey. was.-named .Sunshine chairman .and Mrs.: Alexander is-chairman of the building fund, ; .• ' . Assisting tne : Tiostess in serving refreshment following the recrea-^ tional period, were Mrs. A. F. Gon-l salez .and ;Mrs. Rexroad. • -•'.' • Others present.were:R«v.:ancVMrs. . W. Saylor; Mr. and Mrs. .Carl Herpjch, Mrs.' Cecil Greene, Ada Flora,. Mrs;. •William. Golden, Mrs'. W|llianr O'Neal; Mrs. Carl, Reith, Mrs. Ralph Gautt/Mrs. Willis Sams, Mrs,_ AJi-S^-Shermanr-Mrs^ Wir- lam • Sheally, Miss Grace Cassen, Miss Sue Leasure, Miss Carlotta O'Neal, Miss Blanche O'Neal, Miss Myrna Lastria, Miss Mariana Gonzalez, Wendell Gross and Richard! FOX ' —Photo! by Goldllne Mrs. Morrl* Burns ' Stanley, who be/ore her marriage. to Lt. Stanley, TJSMC, Tuesday evening in the First Presbyterian church, was Miss'Alke Keller. Grand Worthy Matron, OES Miss Betty Conrad Yeoman Myra Lee Houck Miss Hawkins, J. F. Goodwin Wed Recently Mr. and Mrs. Watkin Hawkins, Prostburg, announce ' the marriage of their daughter, Virginia Elizabeth, to Joseph F. Goodwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Goodwin of Woodlawn. The ceremony took place on September 2," with the Rev. Dr. H. Hall Sharp, pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran Church • bfli- ciating. • : The bride wore a street-length dress < of powder blue wool jersey with navy accessories. • A shoulder corsage of pink rosebuds com-' aleted her costume. She Is an em- ploye of the Celane'se Corporation. • Following the ceremony the couple left for a trip through Virginia, after which they: will reside with ihe* bridegroom's parents in Wood- Islwn. Mr. Goodwin li employed by the Kelly Springfield Tire Company. Mrs,-V.afner Is Betrothal Of Betty Conrad Announced To Cpl. Orie Reid Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Conrad, 76 Greene street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Betty Conrad, to Corporal Orle Reid, son" of Mr. and .Mrs. Isaac Reid, Owasso, Michigan. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Allegany High school, class of 1943 and has been employed in a War plant in. Trenton, New Jersey. She is visiting her parents and will remain home indefinitely. Cpl. Reid, who has Just returned from seven months active service in France, where he was wounded the latter part o! June, is now a patient at Fletcher "General Hospital, Cambridge, Ohio. He is a, member of the 90th Division. No date has been set for the wedding. Lois M. Larkin, SK 3-C Becomes Bride Of Navy Man In West Announcement is made of the marriage in Long Beach, Calif., of Miss Lois M. Larkin, SK 3-c, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Larfcin, Paw Paw, West Virginia, and Herman C. Goede, SK 1-c, son. or Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Goede, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The double ring ceremony was solemnized on September 16 in the Normandy Wedding chapel, with the Rev. Mr. Calhoun, Presbyter- Ian minister, officiating. Wanda V. Noland, S 1-c, Paw Paw, friend of the bride, was maid of honor, and Ernest P. Rector, Phm. 3-c, Washington, served as Mrs. Goede is a graduate of the Paw Paw high school, class of 1340, and entered the WAVEs October 21, 1943, receiving'her basic training at Hunter College, New York. For her wedding the bride wore her white uniform with a corsage of gardenias and red roses. The bridegroom is a graduate of Riverside High school, Milwaukee, class of 1939. He has served in the Navy three and one-half years, two of which he spent aboard an aircraft carrier in the South Pacific. They are both stationed at Roosevelt Base, San Pedro, Calif., and will reside for the present in Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs..C. P. Houck, 709 'rederick street, announce the en- agement of their daughter, Myra Houck, Yeoman 3-c, WAVES, o Staff'Sergeant William Williams, I. son of Dr. and Mis. William . Williams, 750 Washington street. Yeoman Houck who is a graduate f Allegany High school, class of 941, attended Catherman's Busness School, and prior to entering he Navy, worked as a stenographer the Research Laboratory of the Celanese Corporation. She . had er boot training at Hunter College, ew York City, and yeoman train- ng at Iowa State Teachers College, edar Falls, Iowa. She is now sta- oned with the .Bureau of Naval 'ersonnel, Washington. While at Ulegany high school, Yeoman louck was a member of the band nd of the Hi Y Club. Staff Sergeant Williams gradated from - Allegany High school Local Members To Attend Music ioard Meeting Yu HobGliClub .The : YuHoodi, club . meeting Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Beatrice Smith, Potomac Park, held its annual election of officers, followed, by a- card party.. Mrs. Geraldine .Va'rner was named president; Mrs. Sara Connor, vice president; Mrs. Bette Reynolds, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Lee Ann Callis, social secretary. Plans were. made to hold a dinner at 6:30 o'clock. October 25 at a downtown rstaurant. It will be for members. The soldier box was sent to Sgt. John H. Smith, stationed 'In Italy. Prizes at cards were won by Mrs. Dorothy Perdew, Mrs. Connor and Mrs. Reynolds. The next meeting will be held at the home of; Mrs. Reynolds, 625 Old town road. . 'Mrs. Elsie K. Wolfe Grand Officers Eastern Star * To Visit McKinley Chapter . . .. . Pvt. William* H. Dickinson, was killed In action last June 4 In Northern Burma. Mrs. Josephine Sllne and daughter, Patricia, 417 Valley street, have gone to California to spend the winter. Mrs. Frank A. Stein, 735 Washington street, returned from New York City and New England where •he visited for two weeks. \frs. William Carroll, 407 Cumberland strcot, underwent nn op- rration \VcdncitIay in Allegany Hos- pltnl. Mrs. Elsie K. Wolfe, worthy grand- matron, Frederick, and Frank E. Smith, worthy grand patron, this city, will be honored guests at the Annual Visitation of Grand Officers of McKinley Chapter. No. 12, Order of the Eastern Star, which will be held Friday afternoon nt Masonic Temple, beginning at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Margaret M. Will, worthy matron of the chapter, nnd Myers G. Light, worthy petron, will preside. Other grand officers who will be honored are Mrs. Hnzel Dillehunt, associate grand matron, and Robert E. Hughes, associate grand patron, of Baltimore; Mrs. Ruth Yln- ger, grand marshall, Frederick; Mrs. Caroline Kelser, grand organist, Bethesda; Mrs. Sarah Barrlnger, grand Ruth and Mrs. Elizabeth Landls, grand warder, this city, also the deputy grand lecturers. A program has been arranged in which Mrs. Will, Mrs. LIUlo Miller, Mrs. Marion Cook, _Mrs. - Myrtle M^rtu>, 7»Ira. Lucille !3cxVniile, Airs. Bernadette Williams, Mrs. Jennnette Light, Mrs. Emma Miller, Miss Kathryn Milter, Mrs. Shirley Messman, MUs Erma Harshbergtr, Miss Mamie OrndorfT, and Miss Appell and Harry Poling, participating. The chapter will recess at 6 o'clock. Reservations for the supper are being received by Mrs. Doo- llttle, 113 North Allegany street, and should bo made not later than Tuesday. October 17. Reconvening at 8 o'clock in the evening, the forty-third Anniversary Club Calendar W. Md. Branch Of Presbyteria Will Be Held Here Tuesday of the Institution of the Chapter will be observed. The living charter members, Mrs. Rebecca Brubaker Miss Nina Fey, William P. Rizer and George G. Young, past matrons and past patrons, will be honored. An appropriate ceremony will be presented by officers of the chapter, Mrs. Dorothy Jammer, Mrs Msrtha Douglas, Miss Jeanne Emer- fck, Mrs. Edna Murray," Mrs. Mabel Miller, Mrs. Justina Striding, Mrs. Mary Paulman, Miss Betty Shatter, Miss Mary Jane Chenowlth- and William J. Edwards. Music for both programs will be tider the supervision of Mrs. Ber- tlc Rnnck, organist. A social hour in the ajsembiy hall will close the day's activities. Rebekahs Will Initiate Class Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. 1 will hold an initiation Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in I.O.O.F. hall, South Mechanic street, followed by a social. A large class of candidates will be initiated with Mrs. Catherine Ayers, degree captain, In chatge of the ceremony. Members of the staff will wear long white dresrss. Following the program refreshments will be served with Mrs. Carrie Poling nnd her committee hi chnrsts. ' Charles L. Kopp will talk on "Future Educational Trends" at the meeting tomorrow evening at ,8 o'clock of the Mount Royal Parent- Teacher Association. Teachers w"! be in their rooms at 7:30. Manhattan Temple No. 8, Pythian Sisters, will meet at 7:30 p. m, tomorrow at Jur.ior Order hall, Polk street. A Hallowe'en party will be held following the meeting. Court Cardinal Gibbons, No. 529, C. D. of A., will hold mother-daughter covered dish supper tomorrow at G p. m. at the home,' Union .street. Mrs. Agnes Barley is in charge of arrangements, and the supper is for members and daughters only. The Sunday night card parties will be resumed tonight. The meeting of the Ladles Shrine Club will be held Tuesday at 8 p. m. instead of the following week, at •which time plans will be completed for the twenty-third anniversary to be observed next month. Mrs. Fred Keyser will be hostess for the. soclsl following the business session. Ohr Lodge No. 131 AF and AM will be host 'to the members and their ladles at a "Ladies night" to be given at the Masonic temple October 31. The Past Presidents Club of the VFW Auxiliary wil! meet at the home of Mrs. Helen Stevens, Frostburg, October 23. Mrs. Bessie' Wilson will be cohostcss. Members will leave here on the 7 o'clock bus. A presentation of the platforms of the' Republican and Democratic parties will feature the dlnner- mcetirig of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs at 5:30 p. m. Tuesday nt Central YMCA. The Ladles Aid Society of AUe- gany Hospital will meet Tuesday 2 p. m. at the hospital. Ths "S ar«i 40" wiH rne*t at- S p, m. Tuesday at the American Leglo'n home, club rooms. The Western Maryland Branch of the Baltimore Presbyterial will meet Tuesday at the First Presbyterian church, Washington ,street, with Mrs. Harold W. Smith presiding at .the business session opening at 11 o'clock in the morning and at the luncheon to be served at 12:30 o'clock. The morning session will be held in the church auditorium and will open with a .devotional service led by Mrs. Ralpr F. Potter. The reports from the presidents of -the societies and delegates will be given. The session will close with a talk-by the Rev. Walter R. Ore- means, General f Presbyter, who will be making his first 'Official visit to this part of the Presbyter}'. The speaker at the luncheon will be Mrs. William H. Gleysteen, Arlington, Va., who with her husband, the Rev. Mr. Gleysteen, served as a missionary to China from 1911 to 1943. In the latter year. Rev. and Mrs. Gleysteen, with their two children, were Intemsd by the Japanese at Welhslen. They were repatriated on the M: S. Gripsholm in December 1943 and- are at present residing In Arlington. Mrs. Gleysteen will arrive tomorrow evening and will be the guest of Mrs. William A. Eisenberger, at the Presbyterian Manse, -Washington street'. She studied at Stevens School, Germantown, Philadelphia the Byjlical Seminary in New York; received her A.B. from Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa., and her M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. Attending will be delegates, from Barrelville, Frostburg, Barton, anc Lonaconing- in the county anc Southminster and the First Presbyterian, city. Marriage Announced •Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lloyd; 1211 Virginia avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Dolly Virginia, to AC Kent Brodskey of Midland, Mich. The ceremony was performed on September 16 in Athens, Ga., where Mr. Brodskey is attending Aviation School. Ths terJde ^as attlrsu Sr a white dress with black, accessories She wore a corsage of red rosebuds For the present she will resld with her parents. ' ' P. S. SPECIALS FOR MONDAY Wesieyan Service Guild Meeting Tuesday The Wesieyan Service Guild of Centre Street Methodist church will hold its monthly dinner-meeting Tuesday at 6 p. m. in the recreation hall of the church. Miss Wclla Ccolc will preside arid Miss Elolse Gurlcy will lead the devotional. The Rev. Charles M. LeFew will be the guc.it speaker. WHITE DISTILLED VINEGAR 39c gal. jug Blue Bonnett OLEO 25c Mb. cart. U. S. No. 1 BLUE LABEL POTATOES Ready To Use MACARONI SALAD l-lb. glass 9c ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT MARMALADE 2 ! b ; 21c Meaty Veal CHOPS V\yra Lee Houck, WAVE. And . Sgt. Williams Betrothed Mrs. Marguerite W. Rlcltards has >een appointed chairman of'cham- >er music on the state board of the Maryland Federation of Music lubs, by Mrs. G. Franklin Onion, resident of the state group, ac- ording to recent announcement. The annual fall meeting of the Federation will be held in Hagers- own; at the Hotel Alexander. "Mu- ic in Hospitals," will be the chief opic of discussion, with Miss Ruth Bradley, chairman of music in hos- ls of the national federation, as he principal speaker. Other members of the Board from jere are Mrs. Frank Stuart Rowe, Mrs. Henry C. Swearingen, Mrs Nellie Wilson Footer, Mrs.; Robert jeRoy Critchfield, Mrs. S. Lua Syckes, Mrs. Richard W. Trevaskis and Mrs. Thomas Pickering, city and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Matteson •£ Frostburg State Teachers College Frostburg. Several local members will attend the meeting-. A musicale will be held under the auspices of the Maryland Federation of Music Clubs, October 31 at 8:30 p. m. at the home of Mr and Mrs. John Cyrus Dlstler. Featured soloists will be Mary Lyda 3owen, soprano, accompanist Man Martinet; Helen Morton, harpist and Conrad Gebelein, pianist. n 1941, where he was also' a mem- ier of the band. He attended Fa:; Union Military Academy in. Vir- ;inia, and at the time of his en- istment in the Army, he va attending Frostburg State Teachers College. He received his basic trair.- ng at Camp Wheeler, Georgia, ai'.J s now stationed at Camy Var. Dorn, Miss. No date has been set for ihs wedding. Wedding. Takes Place" Of Well Known Couple The marriage of Mrs. Mary HOIKS Grant and Lloyd Rawlings tcos place yesterday morning at !1 o'clock in the First Presbyter!;:" Ch'urch with the Rev. William A. Eisenberger, pastor, officiating. < Mrs. Rawlings was attired a J iiree-piece brown ensemble w:th which she wore a mink fur ncct;- Mece, brown hat and accessor::;, A corsage of yellow roses compie:- ed her costume. Mr.- Rawlings is president of :h( Community Building and Loan Association and is president of Ccr.:!sl Young Men's Christian Associatica. The couple will reside at 32 Bedford street where they will be a: home after November 1. Women's C.T.P. Will Hold Party The Baltimore and Ohio Ween's Co-operative Traffic Progr.'.r will hold its regular meeting Tut.- day at 7:30 p. m. at the B. and 0. |, Y.M.C-A., with Mrs. Vada Dnw: Barncord presiding. Mrs. Elizabeth Nave is chains: in charge of the Hallowe'en |w which will be held following : business session. Miss Mildred Dreschler, spec representative of the C.T.P., Bni more, will be the guest speaker r. Mrs. Hanson Rice will be in clu: of the refreshments. She will assisted in serving by Mrs. s. Dowlan, Mrs. E. F. Tracy and V. 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