Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 11, 1945 · Page 13
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.;.•-.»:-!-.,•.•• SUNDAY; TIMES, CUiMUisHLAND, MI). SUNDAY, MAUCil 11, 19J5 THIRTEEN (I I 4 j pllOtJS Don Garlitz Will Become y > Of M-Sgt.; : Rf j, Stakem Mr. tnd Mrs. Harvey H. Garlite. 101 GrancJ- avenue, announce the coming marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Maxlrie, to Master Sergeant . Richard J. Stakem, son of Collector of Internal Revenue Richard j. Stakem, and Mrs. Stakem, 414 Fayette street, '-.-^.'v : i :.-•.;•• ' ..r '.,..-•...-• The ceremony' will. be solemnized Wednesday morning, March 14) at 8il5 o'clock, in St, Mary's Catholic Navy Mothers To Present Flag •At Frostbur Members of the Navy Mothers Club will serve for two days each month at the Servicemen and Women's Lounge, it was decided at the meeting Friday evening held at the V. F. W. home, Union street, with Mrs. Mary Reed, commander, presiding. Mrs. Blanche Lueck is chairman of the group. • A Navy Mother's Flag will be presented by the local club to the Prosiburg chapter at- their installation, in the near future.' A donation of $25 was voted to the Red Cross. Prizes were won by Mrs. Anna Neus, Mrs. Margaret Dunlap, Mrs Lester McDermott, and the boxes for Navy men will be tent to Harvey Golden G. N. 3-C, and Ensign Edwin Raphel. • Following the meeting a socia hour was held. ''.-.'• Miss Tower And C p.l. • H u g h e Are Ma rr i e c .-' Miss Betty Lou Tower, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Sprigg Tower, LaVale. - and . Cpi. Harry William Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Hughes, Central avenue, were married Friday evening in the home of the bride's parents wifh the Rev William A. Eisenberger, pastor o the First Presbyterian church, officiating. Miss Caroline Kei.tcr was maid of honor and the bride's only attendant and Pvt. Guy Gross, home from' France on a conavlescent furlough, served as Cpl. Hughcs's bes' man. • • • .• . . : The bride was attired in a black and while check traveling suit with which she wore black and white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Her maid of honor wore a black silk costume with a ' corsage of pink spring flowers. The bride attended Salisbury, Pa., tchool and graduated from Allegany high school. She is cashier at Maurices Store. The bridegroom is a graduate of Fort Hill high school and prior to entering the service tiiree years ago was employed by the Celancse Corporation of America. •'••••'. ,:....... A reception was held at the bride's .home following the ceremony. Guild To .Hear, Talks Tuesday • The regular meeting of Emmanuel Episcopal Guild at the parish house, will begin with sewing at -10:30 o'dlock Tuesday morning, with luncheon served at 12:30 followed by a program. Mrs. John Bostwick will preside. Mrs. Howard T. Robinson, Sr., Baltimore, formerly of Cumberland, diocesan secretary, will give a short talk on the plans of the Women of the Diocese, and. Mrs. T. M. Andrews will talk'on the American Indian. The circle leaders will also give reports. . . Church. Oldtown. Road, with the Rev. W. Joyce Russel. officiating. ••> Miss Garlitz graduated' from Port Hill High School and the University of Maryland. Sh* has been em- Jloyed'by the State Department in Washington;V- ><>•••: • ••'/.. Master Sergeant Stakem is » graduate oft/LaSalle High School. :ity,. and of .the University of Mary- arid. He 'also > attended Frostburg State TeachersVCollege. He has. just returned from three years overseas duty with. Gen. Mark Clark's Fifth Army,, during which time he participated in the African and Italian campaigns. He is home on a twenty- one day leave following which he Will be assigned to a post in the United States. ; S-Sgt" Deputy Weds West Va. Girl Loca ly Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 1/eatherman, of Burlington, W. Va., announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Frances Lee Leatherman, to Staff Sergeant Richard L. Deputy, on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at the First Methodist Church, city by -the pastor, Rev. George E Baughman. .••'.;. Tlie bride wore a light blue tailored suit with'navy accessories and an orchid corsage. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs John G. Deputy, Jr. Mrs. Deputy wore a black dress with white accessories and a corsage of American Beauty roses. -,-• The bride is a graduate of Keyser High School and Potomac State! College, where she majored in Business Administration. Sergeant Deputy is a graduate of| Keyser High School and Shenan- 1 doah College, Virginia. He recently I returned from overseas where he! has served for the past 30 months as a member of the 13th Air Force. He is the wearer of the American! defense ribbon, Asiatic - Pacific' Theatre ribbon with two stars, the', bronze star medal for meritorious j achievement against the enemy and a good conduct medal. Sergeant and Mrs; Deputy will make their home in Washington, D. C., where Sg't. Deplty has been assigned to Bowling Field. Betrothal. Is Announced Birthday Party Engagement Of Marion Corns , Ml .. -u ,,. cl ,^,, Sctalw , To W. J, Gordon Announced!""'" '""• -""<•'"«> O times we're phiyt'd HIK\ Mrs. Ella Stinc, Elder street, announces tbe .engagement of her daughter, Miss Margerle Stlne lo{vvost Virginia* Corporr' Paul E.Boyce, son o_(M ia .i ? cfrfman Mr. and Mrs. Cft'rl Carris,,.3l8.Dorn avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marion, to Walter J. Gordon, -son- of Mr; 'and Mfi'. S. Gordon, R. D. 3,- Kcyser, Tlie ceremony will take place vrinnl. TJlInu UFO Nn T (Tnvor * "° "^CHluliy Will Wise |JUli;i Minnie Kllcy, K.I-.IJ. NO. 3, K.CJS,el, Mnrrh 11 at 1 o'clock in lli> eio West Virginia. Miss Stlne's mher „,*„•*•," 7. ployed at the Crystal Laundry. Mr. Gordon' wjiq a studetit at Bruce high school, Western'pbrt,. V.'!MM» imiurtod the Army. Ho sewed with the TJiird ', lufajiilry DJMsioi) and has been honorably from the Army. was ; the late E. P. Stinc, R.F.D. 1. m " 8 ' Ridgeley. After high school, Mlss : Stine graduated, from Summer Schoo! ai Eastern Bible Institute, Green Lane, Pennsylvania. She is employed by the Celanese Corporation here. Corporal Boycc is a graduate ot Bruce high school, Westernport, and attended C a t h e r in a t\ Business chool, this city. Before enlisting in he Army three years ngo he was employed by the Celftnese Corpora- Ion of America? During a recent battle- in Ihe Pacific, where he is till In service, Corporal Boyce was awarded bravery. Arts Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Saiiy Carlson, 835 Braddock Road, with Barbara ^icholls, vice president, presiding in, he absence of the president, Jock] ~~- Millenson. A donation of $5 was it \i/ f-\ i \/ , j/. W. Club Votes Club Calendai Dinner Given Fo.rMrs. Walker Mrs. David Walker who celebrated icr ninety-second birthday was lonored with a family dinner and open house Friday evening at hex home, 216 Davidson street. A bouquet of red roses centered the dln- ler table and many 'gifts of flowers were sent Mrs. Walker by her "riends. - - : - " ... Mrs. Walker in reminiscing of Cumberland, said her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Litzenberg brought ler to Cumberland from Ohio, when she was very young. They resided on Greene street and she remem- iers when the town did not extend beyond the Baltimore and Ohio railroad tracks. -.-.-. After their marriage In 1873, Mr. ind Mrs. Walker resided on Deca- -ur street for a short time, moving to the Davidson street address about Ifty years ago. They have six child•en, Mrs. Douglas Heron. Chester .Valker, Clarence Walker, Miss Cora Walker, Lee Walker, and Miss Marha Walker and three grandchildren. Mr. Walker, who died about eleven years ago, was court crier and prior ;o that time had been manager ot he Cumberland Ice factory before it went out of business. He had served as sheriff of Allegany county. Mrs. Walker is a member of Em- nanucl Episcopal church, is active and has a clear mind being able to relate much of the old history of the city. ••: •. •'.,:.• Founders Day will be observed by the Johnson Heights Parent-Teacher Association Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. when a program will be presented by pupils of Miss Isabel Screen's room. Refreshments will be serv- eded by members of the executive committee. . Mrs. Edward J. Wilson will conduct the business meeting. There will be a meeting of the Drsuline Auxiliary at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon in the assembly roohi of the school. Mrs. W. O. McLane will preside. The Child Guidance Club will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the Girl Scout House, Greene street. The Bedford Road Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary will meet at 7:45 p. m. tomorrow at the fire hall. Colfax Rebekah Social Club will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Idella Hortsock, 527 Williams Ktreet. < The Progressive Motlitrs Club will meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Taylor Brown, Wood- Jawn, LaVale. The Women of the Moose Chapter 914 have completed plans for the supper and bazaar to be held from 5 to 8 p. m, Wednesday. Twelve chairman will be in charge. :• . Maryland Alpha- Chapter. Delta Theta Chi sorority will meet at p. m. tomorrow in Central YMCA Following the business session Mrs Kathryn Miller will talk on "The Adventures of the Maryland Coi- fuv .ed i ony." Tlie LaVale Homemakers Club Local VFW Post Pays Visit to Lt. Eleanor Lee A delegation from Henry Hart Post No. 1411. Veterans of Foreign Wars, visited Lonaconing Thursday and paid the respects of the local post to Lt. Eleanor Lee, arm> nurse, w'no recently returned home after being liberated from the Santo Tomas internment camp in Manila on February 3, where she was a prisoner of the Japs since the fall of Corrcegidor. Lt. Lee was presented a dozen American Beauty roses and a box of candy by the visiting group Refreshments were served by the nurse's mother, Mrs. Charles Lee Sr. Lt. Lee .related many of her experiences while a prisoner of the Japs. .:.'-.. The delegation included James W Beacham, commander,. Roy Ever- stlnc, quartermaster: John Fike senior vice commander; . Davit Rinker, pnst commander; Charlw Bujac, trustee; Thomas K. WhaUey adjutant; George Coffman anc James Alexander. will hold a "Spring Garden," meet- Ing at 1:30 p. m. tomororw afternoon in the firemen's hall. A special program will be presented and plans will be formulated for a "flower party" to be held later in the month. The Ladies Auxiliary of the An- elcnt Order of Hibernians Unit 6 will meet at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at St. Patrick's nodal center. The Ladles Auxiliary of St. Ambrose's church, Crcsaptown, will meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the church. The Junior Volunteer Service Corps will servo as hostesses at the Community Servicemen and Women's Lounge this week. >;;.Thc Officers' Club of McKInley Chapter, No. 12, Order.of the Eastern Shar, will meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the . Masonic Temple, with Mrs. Marlon Cook and Mrs. Emma Miller as hostesses, and Ber- -niird Stekilngs, host. Dames of Malta To ;: i Have Anniversary .Potomac Sisterhood, 284 Dames OL Malta will celebrate its twentieth anniversary Tuesday night -with n special 1 program and forma! party Because of war times the bunqtie ,„„,,, ut tllli .^., and danre originally planned wil nnkc wifc"of the not be held. • Special recognition will be paid to the charter .. members; to First Deputy Mrs. Mamie Hopkins of Pittsburgh and to the Frostburg Degree team, which was in charge of the initiation ceremonies the night Potomac Sisterhood was instituted. Richard Bennett,. R.M. 3-C, and Mrs. Bennett Music/: Arts- . Club Will Hear ; French Music Local Couple's Grandson Wed At Fort Pie Miss earns Is a former student of Fort <Hill .high school and Is cm- Judith Ann Kelly, Cftrroi StilclKT. JoAnn StltciM?r, Judith . Schomeri Junel Wilson, Marlon Wilson,-Julian Schontpr, Ji., and Mr, and Mr*. John D. Wlison. Mre. Jesse HeUi&el-. and Mrs. Julian SchoiHer. :- LAZARUS MAIH FLOOR • LAZARUS MAtH FLOOR * LAZARUS MAIN FLOOR Pvt; Roy Brunk. 1 (O o Betrothed Ruth M. Elmanls the Bronze Star The engagement, is announced of Miss Ruth Margaret Ehnan, daiigh- forjter of Mr. and Mrs. Bonn ElmanJ ' jot Snult Sve, Marie, Michigan, ahcijo: Jr. Music Club Irish Program Rockledge, Florida, to Private Roy Scott Brunk, USA, son of Mr. arid 1 Mrs. Welby L! Bnink, 418 Gocthrj ' street, city. __ Private Brunk ai-tcnded Fort Hill \ 5' high school and prior to enterinsi j 5 the Army. July 4; JD42, was employ-}K> ed at the Celfuiese Corporation. Rn-. 2 The Second Junior Music " awl-feiviiji? his training at Fort Brag? "* North CarolliiR, lie is stationed vc-iih = a chemlcRl Division ove'rscn«. .: No date has been sci for the wed-i ding. •'•.•• •, ,0 :o voted to the Red Cross. J The program included two solos HnnnfiVm Tn Par) Tr/^ce ~ played on Bells. "Irish Eyes Are Uonation I O, Ked LfOSS | Smiling," and "Irish Luiinby," by •• ' : "' -.:•; :he hostess. Barbaia Nlcholls gave| Miss Margaret Council.was hosU'13 i paper on the life of St. Patrick; less ut the semi-monthly .meeting of'« Patricia Taylor gave the life of Ed-'the I.'W. Club. Friday evening at i3 gar Allen Poe; Virginia Mitchell read a poem of Poe's, and Anne Patrick ga\'e a talk on the life of Gilbert- Stewart, the artist, and displayed a copy of his portrait cf George Washington. her home, Maryland uvenue. Plans were discussed to 1 hold mi' E«ster parly, and a donation wasj' voted to the Red Crotu; for its pre-1 sent drive. Cards featured the emertiiinmoni :§ 'lit The next meeting will be held at and prizes wore awarded to -Miss the home of Marjoric Hulcheson.ilda Santora, Miss Mary C. Murray 1 5 Beali street. A new menibeY, Janc-and Miss.Kathleen Swann. " : ; ,^ . What' an .art!. Such a diferehce.bn yo.ur skin. A strictly; "mode to order" powder, lor YOU. Watch-..'pur consultant blending. She can catch to your every whim in:colors •/-. . lor your fashion costume, suntan, or paling complexion. • See her in person today. : i.y Scheue, was received into thu club. Others present were Leslie Millen- son, "Barbara Carlton and Marian Lippcl. Others present were Miss Maryj Louise Fair. Miss Jeannuite Rr- 1 -- 1 M&<s Rose Mary Brunn, Miss Burns. • main floor v LAZARUS SfCOND FLOOR • LAZARUS SECOND FLOOR • LAZARUS SECOND FLOOR • LAZAR(JS. SECOND fLOOR * UZARU5 SECOND FLOOR 8 reel Mrs. Mabel S. Pope will be hostess The marriage of Richard J. Ben- tomorrow'evening to members ot the? nett, R. M. 3-C, grandson of Mr. Music and Arts Club at the Music and Mrs. A. R. Bennett, of 2Ii GIVE NOW! Shop, South Liberty street, with Mrs. Richard "W. Trevaskis as chair-! man for the evening. ' A program of French music and art will be featured. Miss Chloris Benson, teacher-of Art at Fort Hili tiigh School, will give a talk on French art, illustrating with picture slides. Miss Dorothey Wllllson. will sing a group of French songs with Mrs. Herbert Piatt as accompanist and will direct group singing,: with Mrs. Samuel T. Weatherholt at-the piano for the latter. Airs. Weather- nolt and Miss Ann Dorsey .wilhplay a Debussy duo—a piano number, and Miss Datha Thpmns will present a group of violin selections. • Mrs. Henry C. Swearingen, president, will conduct -a short business meeting preceding the program. Two Student .v Nurses Feted South Smallwood street,, to Naudane Edna Hieman, daughter! of. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hieman, of! _ Madison, Wisconsin, has been an-! nounced. '. .•;.. . i« The ceremony wns performed at 15 8 p. m. January 19, in'the First j Presbyterian church-hi Fort Pierce, Florida. Chaplain Helmick, USN, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Williamson, 215 Knox street, entertained with n farewell party for their daughter Miss Margaret Williamson and Miss Matilda Barry, student nurses at Allegany Hospital who will leave March 14 for Pensacoia, Florida, where they will .spend their senior Cadet period at Naval Hospital. The home was decorated with bouquets of spring flowers and dancing and music featured the entertainment. ; - • .--••': The guests were Miss Mary Evelyn Beck, Miss Catherine Chambers, Miss Doris Corrigan. Miss Dorothy Couter, Miss Mary Ann D/css- man. Miss Gayle Gregg. Miss Jean Kackley, Miss Patricia McKay, Miss Martha Lee Wallace, Miss Veronica Weimer, Miss Dorothy Cunningham, Miss Lela Perrin, Miss Gertrude Merbaugh, Miss Bettj' Bowman, and Paul Canoe,'yeoman 2-c, and Don A. Emerson, USNR. The bride was attired in the traditional white bridal go-wn, with train and full-length yell, and carried » bouquet of white, roses and gardenias. Mrs. Ann LaBlosse of Fort Pierce, was the matron of honor, and Robert J. Cook, served as best man. • • . A reception was held following Lhe ceremony in the Elks Home at Fort Pierce. —. r- - . • Radio Mechanic Bennett Is a graduate of Fort Hill high school, and has just returned from twelve months overseas duty after participating in . the Invasion of Normandy- and Southern France. After a 30-day leave he reported to Fort Pierce Naval and Amphibious Base, where he is an instructor in the Radio school. The couple will reside temporiarily at Fort. Pierce. .: number of shipyards in United States Navy work rose frnnv twenty-two in 1030 lo 325 In 1042. Mrs. Mae Copcland is chairman of arrangements and Is being as- stated by Mrs. Viola Hudson, Mrs. Ellen Beck. Mrs. Elsie Lehr. Mrs. Agnes Baker and Mrs. Gladys Shrout. . Dairy Employes Hold Annual Dinner, Dance Tlie annual dinner and dance of Dairy Employes and Drivers' local No. 924 was held Thursday evening In the LaVale Vounteer Fire Company hall with one hundred and twenty members and their wives attending. Thomas F. Conlon, loastmaster, was introduced by Ernest H. Screen union president, and the Rev. W. Randolph Keefe, Jr., pastor of Grace Baptist Church, spoke In behalf of the American Red Cross War Fund Drive in Allegany county. Others wlio spoke or were introduced were George E. Eversole, finance officer; Bernard Yeager, vice president; Johif R. Kelly, first president of the local; Mrs. Margaret president, whose husband is serving with the Fifth army In Italy; Lester Coile; Mr; and Mrs. Ernest M, Screen, who celebrated their twenty-first wedding anniversary on March 7, and Mesdnmes Rose Hay. and Margaret Blttlnger, whose husbands were former members r.nd arc now with the armed force.?. The benediction WHS pronounced by the Rev. Mr. Keefc. Music for the dancing was provided by the Fcrrone Trio. Church Group Meets Mrs. Ruth Sisk, 39 Mary street, was hostess to ths Mizpah Bible Class of Calvary Evangelical church, on Friday evening. '. Those attending Inciudcc Mrs. Bessie Crabtree, Mrs. Blanche Erlck- sen, Mrs. Helen Whltncre, Mrs. Lena Scarlett, Mrs. Mnrle Williamson, Mrs. Alda Slcvnnus, and Mrs. Clara Brelghtner. Club Honors Member On Her Birthday The Merry-Go-Round Club met at the home of Mrs. Irene Flynn 951 Bedford street, to celebrate her birthday. Games were played one prizes were won by Mrs. Carrie Dlchi and Mrs. Marian Howe. Refreshment* were served. Others present were Mrs. Blanche Glower, Mrs. Beatrice Fro.is, Mrs Party At Tolson Home'Recently Eight nurses from Memorial hos- 8 who are leaving for service in 8 GIVE MORE! .-••••;.• listen WTBO lobe's Topics Each Monday and Thursday • ' 10 A. M. the armed forces soon were honored by the supervisors of the hospital at a dinner party last evening at :he home of Mrs. Howard L. Tolson, Braddock road. Honor gucsti arc Miss Granas Schcll, Miss Virginia Eberhartcr and Miss Bada McLuckie, will serve with [he navy nursing corps; Miss Doris Moore, Miss Ruth Dickie, .Miss Mary Long, Miss Helen Michael and Ivii» Evelyn Howell, with the army nursing corps. . Other guests were Miss ' Anna Quay, supervisor of nurses; Miss Clen Kerr, night supervisor; Mrs. Robert James, Mrs. Donald Grove and Mrs. Mary Leuthsenring, instructors and Miss Elizabeth Murray, operating room technician. Hostesses Included Mrs. Caroline Fisher Burkett. Frostburg, who lins come from Inactive duty to serve as supervisor of the operating room during the war; Miss Carrie Harden, Mrs. Ellis Broadwater, Miss Esther Bell, Margaret Thompson, Mrs. Gladys Pifwr, Mrs. Homer Sudcr. Girl Scout Week Opens .• With Church Service Q- Q The Girl Scout anniversary week opens this morning twlth scouts from all the troops In the city attending the 11 o'clock service In Centre Street. Methodist church. Tlie- i Rev.. Dr. Walter M. Michael will: preach on the theme, "If I Were \ Young," and will also give a message of greetings to the rcout.s. ..:. Under the direction of Mrs. Stan- Icy Daniels, the scouts will give S (he flag snlute and repeat the Girl.!O Scout promise. The program xvillihj Include n folo number by Mrs. Had-!" 1 Icy 'McCrackcn, "I Waited for' the «/» Lord," and the anthem. "In the 3 Midnight Christ Came Walking." ...!•< Each troop will hold its own o»-'!< servnncc at Its weekly mcotine, A - 1 Girl Scout quiz -was held by Troop 21, under til's leadership of Mrs. Maxlne Mlllcnson. at 10:45 a. m. « yesterday, over WTBO. A skntinglS party will be held Thursday, til " Centre Street Methodist re'crention t "" hall. Brownie.-! will skate from 1 toio 3 p. m., and Intermediates, Seniors from 3 to 5 o'clock. * - io Mrs. Kay Kerlln Albert/on, whb S! hpsjust; returned from service whir a"' -Red CiOM rc'crefttlon group -In S The next meeting will be held atjMnble Stump, Mrs. fHith Cuhhspc.j New .Guinea, will be the the. home of MM. WhlUcrc. Virginia Mrs. Mny Hartmnn. Mr*. Kllwbci hi speaker (U the Leaders . avenue, April 3. Nave and Mrs. Bertie Ackerman. Imecllng at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday.! X0UTLA. — second floor

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