Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 15, 1944 · Page 15
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Queen Esther Glass Guests At i/lyatt H ome The Queen Esther Bible Class of the First : Methodist church, Bedford street, r^de. plank, to hold a rummage sale in the church basement, 1 next-Friday,'at the meeting Friday .night held at.the home of Mrs. Sterling. Wyatt, 319 Pulaski street. •->-'•• '•••/•. . • .; .-.;. At .the business session * donation of $10 was :voted to be given the Allegsny. County League for Crippled Children. The next meeting will be held November 17 at the . home of Mrs. Lee . Hughes, Braddock Farms Those attending were Mrs Louis Hoffman, teacher, Mrs Nina Barnette, Mrs. ~l*e Hughes, Mrs. John Harper, Mrs. Charles Auvil, Mrs. Britten Shaffer, Mrs. Charles McDonald, Mrs. Raymond Wertz, Mrs. May Growden Ntland and Miss Gertrude Shaffer. Blue Bird Club Entertained B/ Mrs. Roberson —-The_Blue_Bird Club, meeting at the home of Mrs. Margaret Roberson, Bowling Green, presented the hostess with a gift and also gave gifts to Patsy Roberson, whose third birthday was being celebrated. Plans were made for holding a Hallowe'en party on October 25 in the basement of the home of Mrs Walter Hartman, Warren street Mrs. Mary Robertson will be hostess at the November meeting. Those attending the party were Mesdames Herman Brant, Walter Hartman', Ralph Brotemkrkle, Homer Willison, Jacob Walters, George Holt, Adeline Hyde, Dorothy Bauer Oral Phillips and Bonnir Bauer. West Side P-TA Meets Monday The opening meeting of the West Side Parent-Teacher Association will be held hi the school auditorium tomorrow evening at 7:30. A program for the evening has been arranged by Mrs. M. W. Bastian, program chairman, arid will consist of a few welcoming remarks by Miss Dorothy W. Shires, school principal and a report on the Summer Conference by Mrs. Mary operry, delegate. This will be followed by group discussion by parents and teachers in the individual home rooms. Officers for the year are- Mrs. Barren, president; Mrs. W. L. Cook, vice-president; Mrs. Charles Phares, secretary, and Mrs. I. W. Johnson, treasurer. Neumanns" To Reside In N. Y. Mrs. Jenny Neumann and her daughter. Miss Louise Neumann, who have resided at 802 Gephart drive for the past four and one- half years, leave tomorrow for New York, where they will reside in the future at Kew Gardens, Long island. Miss Neumann, an interpretive dnncer, has contributed her talents to many civic and private programs since residing here and both moth* r and daughter have made many SUNDAYT1MES, CUMBERLAND, MD;, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1944 October Proves. Lucky Month For These Two Couples FIFTEEN Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wallace who celebrate Golden Wedding anniversary tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Boettner Golden Wedding observed on October 13. Mr. And Mrs. Theodore Wallace Will Observe Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Wallace 529 Fayette street, will observe their Golden Wedding anniversary with a high mass tomorrow morning at i o'clock in SS. Peter and Pau Catholic church. Fayette street Rev. Father Irenaeus, O.FJsI. Cap. pastor, will be the celebrant. Due to the illness of both Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, the reception plannec for tomorrow evening has beei postponed indefinitely. However their physician will permit them to attend the mass, due to the happy coincidence 'of their mamage ceremony having been solemnized in the church fifty years ago, October 16, 1894. The late Father Marcus, O. F. M. Cap, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace have had ;en children, nine of whom are living. They are John J. Wallace Francis J. Wallace and George A Wallace, city; Mrs. Arthur E. Beau- ieu, Uniontown, Pa.; Mrs. B. G Aemmer, Akron, Ohio; Lieut. Regina ZJofield, A.N.C. (Mrs. Emory W.'Cofield, wife of Maj. Cofield) stationed at Fort Benning, Ga., and Mrs Kathryn Rohrer, Mrs.' Carl Dicken and Muss Madelyn H..Wallace at lome. There are fifteen grandchildren and . five great-grandchildren. A grandson. M-Sgt. C. William Rohrer is . stationed at Fort Belvoir, .Va. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are mem- jers of pioneer, families of Cumberland, both having been born here where they have always resided. The latter before her marriage was Miss friends. Miss Neumann will study photographic art in New-York. Mrs. Neumann was a member of B'er Chayim Sisterhood and active in Red Cross work. Her son, Staff Sgt. Alfred Neumann, stationed at Camp Hood Tex., was a member of the faculty of Beall High school, Frostburg, prior to entering the army. Another son, Herman, formerly employed by the Celanese Corporation, resides in Johnstown, N. Y. W. S. C. S.Of Zone 2 Will Meet Friday At Centre Street Church Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service in Zone No. 2, will meet Friday. October 20," at 10 o'clock in the morning at Centre Street Methodist church. Mrs. E. F. Phillips, 3one leader, will preside with Mrs. R. J. Reuschlein serving as Zone secretary, r.irs. John G. Cook, Frostburg, Hag* erstown District President-elect, will be the guest speaker and will give a forecast of the work for. the coming year. The activities of the societies represented will be discussed. Rev. Dr. Walter M.,Michael will lead the devotional and at the conclusion of the morning business session, the election of Zone officer, for the ensuing year will be held. Luncheon will be served by the members of Circle No. 4, Mrs. Phillips. Jsaclcr, of the host church. The societies in Zone No. 2 in elude Mt. Savage, Ellerslie, Hyndman, Park Place Methodist church Union Grove Circuit-five churches. Flintstone Circuit, Central Methodist nnd. Centre Street Methodist church, city. the late John and Anna Geatz. Mr. Wallace is a.retired passenger conductor of the Westr-n Maryland Railway. YoungWomen's Group To Meet The Young Women's Group of the First Presbyterian church. Waller Miller Circle, Mrs. Thomas Waller and Mis. Gilbert Miller, leaders, will meet at S p. m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. John Robb, 800 Washington street. Miss Ann Blakeslee Smith will lend the devotional and Mrs. Thomas Lohr Richards will speak: on "The Apostles." The regular business session will be In'charge of Mrs. Worth D. Coble, Jr. . The religion of f Bali 'is a. mixture of Hinduism and paganism. ' ! iary Entertains For 'State Officers The Auxiliary of the Veterans .of Foreign Wars entertained last evening? In v honor of the department president, Mrs. Catherine Lcary, and other state department officers. Baltimore. A special meeting was held for the president and her staff at~7:30 o'clock, followed by an informal social. The committee of arrangements appointed by Mrs. Catherine OToolc in charge of the affair included Mrs. Grace Slemple, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ruth Lindner, Mrs. Bessie Bergman, Mrs. Rosalie Ever- stlne, Mrs. Violet Karns, Mrs. Chloe Reynolds, Mrs.' Elizabeth Freeland, and Mrs. Margaret Graim. • Members of the auxiliary will serve at the Servicemen's lounge the week of October 29, with Mrs. Violet Karns chairman. Wed In Sioux Iowa Je Ne Sais Pas ClubWelcomes A New Member The. Je Ne Sais Pals Club semimonthly' meeting was held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Wolford, '827 Greene ' street, when Mrs. .Eleanor Burbridge was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Dorothy Palmer gave an account of .a .trip several members ook to Reedsville, W. Va., to visit i former member. It was decided o hold a Hallowe'en party on October 26 at the home of Mrs. Nannie. "Lee, LaVale. A humorous reading given by Mrs. Alta Smith brought the program to a close. The guests were Mrs. Luclle Moser and Miss Irene Ley, and members attending included Mrs. fy v. •&.-'".•'-••••.'•-. Y ,v>-^f -V*-.* f -r / ;• :•;,,•',' Flight Officer Robert B. Edmiston and Mrs. Edmlston Flight Officer Edmiston Weds Miss Grace Suggs In Iowa Announcement is made of thejSloux City, and two Flight officers marriage in Sioux City, Iowa, oli r ''°m the Sioux City Army Air Base. Miss Grace L. Suggs, daughter ofj A wedding dinner was held at Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Suggs, of. Apop- Florida, and Flight Officer Robert B. Edmislon. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Edmiston, Narrows Park. The ceremony took place In St. Thomas Episcopal church on September 15, The wedding attendants were Misses Ruth and Jean Gardner, • Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gardner, Gladys Wcatherholt, Mrs. Wilma the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner following the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of a business college in Tnmpa. Fla.. and the bridegroom graduated from Allegany High school, city, and Cimis-Wrlght Tcclmicnl Institute. Glendnle, Calif. HP was In the Southwest Pacific for sixteen months nnd was on 38 combat mission. 1 ; before reluming to the' United Stales. Smith, Mr;,. Gertrude Lcydig. Mrs.j The couple will reside at 211, 36th Lrc. nii' 1 yi^ i~"-.r.~--~ Beckwith. .street. Sioux Cltv. Iowa. It's a "Miracle MAKE-UP Beauty! ... so quick ... so lovely...so unforgettable... you'll say it's a "miracle" ...and OVER-TONE will not dry your skin and needs no touching up. 47 Baltimore St. A BRILLIANT COLLECTION OF PESKIN COATS WITH RICH, GENUINE FURS So much has happened to coats this year . . . They've been glorified as never before. . , . They've been dyed new colors ... and draped with soft, genuine furs in a. lavish and exciting-manner.. .They've been shirred at the shoulder . . . They've been notched like revers..., They've been tailored with the touch of genius and detailed with the deftness of magic . .' , going to all lengths to please:.. .No greater flattery conic! be paid them than to say: "They're worthy of the-Pea- kin label. . • ' from 55.00 tO 155.00 Plus federal T« FA S H IONS - - - SECOND FLO OR ^ ; > 145 Baltimore Street Cumberland -.. J, : £ [•- .j^: I

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