Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 5, 1949 · Page 6
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1949 Phone-4600 for a WANT-AD .Taker La Verne Wineland Becomes Bride of -Robert Wallizer The First Methodist Church, Bed lord Street, was the scene New Year's evening ol the marriage o Miss LaVerne Alice Winclanci daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. R. J Winoland, LaVale, to Robert WalH- zer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gran Wallizer, 638 Lincoln Street. . The young couple pronounce: their vow; before a background of •palms and Christmas greens, will 1 bouquets of white flowers and poln- settias. Kev. William Jamss Elliott pastor, officiated. "Mrs. Reynold Ciccanti was- matron of honor and J. B. Winelnnd, Jr. brother of the bride, served as best man. Bridal music was furnished by .'Mrs. A. a. Partleton,.organist, who also played the wedding marches and accompanied. Miss Lois Stine . who sartg" "O, Promise" Me," and • -Because." v The bride,-given In marriage by • her lather,.wore a white satin gown " fashioned with fitted bodice, sheer yoke, with round neckline, long sleeves and full skirt- with draped • bad: and long train. Her lace-edged .. angernp veil of bridal illusion was -held with a.tiara of seed pearls and --she carried a colonial bouquet of ' irhit« pompons with streamers of white satina ribbons. Her matron of honor wore a gown of American Beauty soft faille with fitted bodice, capped sleeves and ballerina .length skirt, n Jarge brown picture hat and Jong brown gloves. Her corsage was of orchids. Mrs. Wineland. mother of the brid«, -was attired in a black costume for her daughter's wedding, with accents of rhinestone jewelry. Her Jiat aad accessories were black and sb« wore an orchid corsage. Mrs. Wallizer, mother 'of the bridegroom also • wore black with black accessories, rhinestone ear- Coming Schedule Announced For Episcopal. C rcles Mrs. Arlene Russell's Circle of Emmanuel Episcopal Guild will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cotter, G28 Montgomery Avenue. Mrs. Wlnfield Adam's 'Circle will hold its first meeting of the new year at 8 o'clock tomorrow nignt at the home of Miss Martha Lee Heron, 630 Frederick Street. . Mrs. WyJie M. Paw's Circle met Monday at the home of : Mrs. Dorothy Twigg and those of Mrs. Joh Carscaden. and Mrs. John T. Shii ley met today, the former at th parish house and .the latter at t,h liome of Mrs. .Arthur Fowler, 64 Washington Street. Next week's- schedule include the meeting of Miss Edwen'a Kraus Circle, Tuesday, January 11, at p. m., with Mrs. James- T'. Whit md Mrs. .Robert Pink hostesses a ,he home of. their mother, Mrs. Thruston Bayd, 501 [Washington Street. . -. . Miss Elizabeth Lowndes will en ;ertain her circle at, her home, 2 Washington Street, Monday, Jan uary 10, at 1 o'clock. Mrs. R. J Shepherd's Circle will meet witl tfrs, John Bestivlck, 801 Washington' Street, Monday, at 2 p, m Legion Auxiliary Discusses Card' Party, Conference Plans were discussed for a card party here and special .meeting of the National, Security Conference to be held in Baltimore at a meeting of Fort Cumberland Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, last night at the Legion Home. Mrs. Mary Noonan, ways and means chairman, announced that the card party will be held at the Logion Home, Wednesday night, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Valentine / CeebYate 25th Anniversary.- February 2. Mrs. Jessie Smith, Lonaconing Events Briefly Noted rings and. clip, and a corsage of orchids. Immediately after the ceremony K reception was held at the 'home of the bride's parents, where the bridal them* was combined with the Christmas decorations. The bride is a. graduate of Alle- pany High School where shg, was prominent in dramatics. She attended Catherman's Business School Had 5s employed on the secretarial staff of the Celeneae'Corporation. Mr. Wallizer is also a graduate of Allegany High School. Class of 1943. He' served in the Army and is an electrician conducting his 'own business in Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Wallizer are honeymooning in eastern-cities. -For traveling the bride wore a brown and tan suit with brown accessories and »a orchid corsage. . Personals Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews. 125 JCew Hampshire Avenue, returned from Baltimore after visiting he son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle. Al/red Lee Jackson, student a Lowell ' Textile Institute, Lowell Muss., returned after spending th holidays nt his home, 300 North Waverty Terrace. Mrs. Jessie Rlckenbacker, who ha: been spending the- holidays with he: son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Evans, RJdgeley, returned to Washington where she 1s head nurse nt the Methodist Home Mr. and Mrs. J. L. BngKCtl, 20: Columbia Street, nre (ruesLs nt Tin. Cloister, Sen Island, Gn. Pvt, James A. Turner spent n 24 hour furlough with his parents, Mr nnd Mrs. George E. Turner, Pattersons Creek, after completing hli training at Camp BreckJnrldgi.' Kr. N« was enroute to Hamilton Air Base, California, from where will be sent .overseas. Wayr>« Preelaiid has returned to the University of Richmond, Richmond, Va., after spending the holidays -witli his mother, Mrs. Eva. Freelaod. 456 Virginia Avenue. it. »»d Mw. Leroy Grayson nnd son, Larry, have returned aftei spending . .several days visiting Dr. and Edward Platle, College" vflle. Pa., »nd Miss Beffcy Adnm, . Glcnside, Pa. BaOey H-uuter returned t-o Ohi- cago oner -visiting his parents. Dr »nd Sfcs. SX Bailey Hfintcr-, J6 North AUegany Sira»L Mi»s Biicen Cures, W Race Street, _ Is yccaperatdiiK at Memorial Hospital • after an operation. Dr, J. Rufus M'osley, columnist " tor the Macon, Ga.. Telegraph and News, was the weekend guest of Rev. and Mrs. Louis f. Chastaia, Cresap" town. D.r, Wosley was Tiie speaker irt the Raw-lings" a-nd Cresaptown Methodist .churche* Sunday. Cadet B. M. Harris. West Point, K. T.. j-e*'um«sd to West Point, after spending the holidays with Rev. and NERVOU cranky 'ntry month'? Ar» you troubled toy distress of Iom«.)B lunettonul periodic disturbance*? Does tills matte you fwl to tired, hlch-atrunK. Jiervoiu—nt "uct times? Then so try Lydls, £. Plnk- iiam'i Vegetable Compound to relieve $uc3x cyz&ptoETvl JPlnkhnzn's Com* pound & ms.dc exptcio-lly for wOTnen, It «Jio bas wh»t Doctors call a e3eotl Any drugstore. *LYWA E. PfKKHAM'S MARY ELIZABETH MURRELL W. VA. Cumberland's .Annual Thoto- prnphic Contest TO RtJHL STUDIOS T-HHW Officers and Guards of Our Flag Cumberland Council No. 100. D of A., will meet tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. at Junior Order .Hall to practice for the public installation to b held jointly with Queen City Council No. 49,"JOUAM, January 20. The Ladies Club of St. Ambrose Catholic' Church, Cresaptown, wil hold a meeting tonight at K o'clock at the Cresaptown Fire Ha51. American Legion Auxiliary TJnit No. 209, Cresaptown, will meet tonight at 7:30 in the Legion Home at Cresaptown with .Miss" Dorothy 'Eowman, presiding. ' The-Baptist • Women's Missionary Union of Western District 'will meet at the Second Baptist Church here at 31 a. m, tomorrow,. Mrs, Jamos Klrkpntrick will preside. Circle No. 4, of Centre Street Methodist Church, Mrs. Roy Eves, leader, will hold its first meeting of the new year tomorrow r> at the Cumberland and Allegheny Gas Company home demonstration < fice. Miss Thursa Marshall will give H demonstration. The Cumberland Council of Church Women will hold Its echo luncheon tomorrow at noon at Emmanuel Episcopal. parish house. Mrs. Ralph Islmingcr will preside at the business session at 11 o'clock and also at the luncheon. The- Young Business Women's Club will meet at 1 7:30 tonight at Central YMCA. The Happy Service Class "of First Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Rose Sislcr, LaVale, with Mrs. Dorothy Tucker, co-hostess, at 3 tomorrow. Mrs. Beulah DcBolt will be hostess to the Women's International Auxiliary'52, ITU,- tomorrow night at her home, Shawnec Avenue. The Sessions of First Presbyterian Church will muet itt 7:30 tonight at the church house. ' Mrs. Nile Webb, 44 North -Centre Street. • • ' '• Mrs. G. Frank Mnlin, Miss Claw Lucilo Mftlhi and Dr. Harold. Malin, 41B Wiishlngton Street,'accompanied by Mrs. Joseph P. Kane, Bellaire, O., returned yesterdny from a vacation in Miami. I Mrs. Towler Maxsln. Crawford, Vt., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dlehl, Gephart Drive. • Mrs. Joseph F. Stitcher and son, Joseph E. Stitcher, student at University of Maryland, have returned to Hyattsvlllc after .spending 'the Holidays with relatives here. Department president, was. present and announced the Baltimore conference " to be held January 19, with a. meeting of the Department Executive committee the following day at. the War Memorial Building, Baltimore. ; . . Mrs. Frances .Aiisbach 1 "was in charge of the program and introduced. John McAlpine who spoke on "National Security." Mrs, Heyle Walker presided at the - business session. Announcement was mace by Mrs. Edna Hounshell, Cresaptown, the- Mountain District meeting be held ia Barton, January 23. Mrs. Hounshell is vice president o: the district group. At the conclusion' of the program a social hour was held with Mrs. Justine Clayton in charge. Approximately tended, 50 members afc- Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Valentine, Baltimore Pike, celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary recently with a buffet supper at their home. The home was decorated with pine, holly ar.d poinsettias. The table-was decorated with white crepe paper" streamers and silver bells and was ' centered with five-tierce! wedding cake adorned with a ture bride and bridegroom. The cake was surrounded with white crepe paper and silver ribbon. Mrs. Valentine, the former Lula Knippenberg, and Mr. Valentine were married December 25, 1923, at the home of. the bride on Williams Road by. Rev. William otto. They are parents'of three children and have two grandchildren. Entertainment was. furnished by Darrel Zembower, Royce' Henclrick- son and Miss Donna Zembower, who played popular and Christm:,s music. 'The couple received many gifts. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Drake,. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gordon and son, Wesley, .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Charlton, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Valentine.' Mr. 'and Mrs. Theodore Rice, Mr. and Mrs. George Zembower, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. Ro;- A they, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brurmer and Mr. and Mi's. Earl Middleton. Excelsior Class Of Grace Methodist, Has Holiday Party The Excelsior Sunday School Class of Grace Methodist Church met at nhe home oi' Mrs. Charles Callis, Oldtown Road, a recent night for a Christmas season i arty. Mrs. Caroline Dunlap was co-hostess with her mother, Mrs. Callis. Mrs. Virginia Henry at the piano accompanied the singing of carols. Mrs. Sue Johnson, retiring president, presented a jingle to each member from the large ChrJsimas tree lighted before the fireplace. Secret sisters were revealed and new ones drawn. Mrs.- A. -B. Fishe", teacher, was presented with a gift. The buffet table was centered with pine and flowers and the refreshments carried' out the Yule theme. Mrs. Evelyn Driver, new president, who will preside at tl.e regular meeting to be held in the Junior Room of. the church FiiJay night, asked for the cooperation of the class.. Miss Gertrude Ranck and and Mrs. Arlene Knotts will be hostesses assisted by Mr. Evelyn Burke and Mrs. Sue Johnson. Dance-To Be Held Housewarminq Given i i— i inn . ! . • ... —' . Mr. and Mrs. James Weton, Mr. nd Mrs. Wade Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mr. find Mrs. Victor February, 18 By Omicron Chapter Omicron chapter ol Beta. Sigma Phi sorority discussed the sorority dance to be held February 18 at the Alt Glian Shrine Country Club at a meeting last night a; the Girl Scout House, Greene Street. •A meeting- of the ways and means committee will be held January. 10 at the .home at Mrs. Jnmes R. Smith, Oldtown Road, chairman iL the dance. Mrs. John H. PfeiiTer presided at the business session. Miss Helen Mae Kreiling was in charge ol the cultural program on the subject, "Collections." All members took part in the .discussion. Refreshments were served at the conclusion, of the program under the direction of Mrs. Byron Bonebreak-and Mrs'. William Cumiskey. . .. .,Mrs. Kennedy at New.^ome Mi', and Mrs. Kenneth H. Kennedy were honored at a "house warming when they, moved into then- new home recently Avenue. Tb 1 .' hosts Mvs. K. K. Kennedy, their, son and i Miss Paula Williams, Miss' : Suzanne Linderraan, Miss Virgil Stemple, Libby;. Bughes. Roebrt '„.• Poling, y at 1117 Kentucky! its were Mr. and N. A. C. Dare and Gre? ; Jewell. daughter-in-law, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Reynolds, brothei -in-law and sister. The decorations.anci refreshments carried out thc^holiday theme. The table was centered with n large tiered cake, decorated in the form of a replica of the couple's new home. The couple received many gifts. Mrs. Marshall Cooley'assisted in serving. A program of musical selections by Wilmer Brown and recreational games under the direction of Harry K. Poling featured the entertainment. O.i,her -members attendiag were; The guests included Mi-, and Mrs. Mrs. Taylor Dicken, Mrs. Regmahl Edward Ma]]oyi Mr . and Mrs.-HcUel Mason, Mrs.. Ambxose McKenzie, Wolfe Mr . and.Mrs. Boyd Jewell, Mrs. William Harrison, Mrs.. Brady M r,and Mrs. Earl Emmart, Mr. and Shanholtzer, Mrs. Gerald Barb, Mrs. i M ,. s rjr , vsnn I,TI™S Mr n.nri Mrs. Smith. Miss Mai-y Lou Sanner, Miss Dorothy- McCoy. Miss . LeAnnah Mathews, Miss Helene Schutz and Miss Mildred Hendershot, (Mrs. Grayson Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Brown; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Heron, Mr. and Mrs. William Webb, Sr.. Mrs. Bernndine Smith,- Mi-s. John Sides,. Mrs. Melvin Daniels, The Junior and Intermediate G.A.'s of First Baptist Church' will meet at 6:30 tonight at .the church. Mr. A /—i-i /-—-i and Mrs. Wade Rice, Mr. and MrsJALH LllOfUS ! _l -—---•' -*• worm, Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Prentice McSlfish, Mr. and,Mrs. John Milkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Zembower and children, Dennis and Diane. Mr. and Mrs', Ray.' io:id Minke Mr. and Mrs. William Connor, Mr Installation Of K P, Sisters Held A joint installation -was held by Manhattan Temple No. 8, Pythian Sisters, and Cumberland Lodge No. 60, Knights of- Pythias, Monday night at Junior Order Hall. The [and Mrs. John Kreitzburg and former group was host at the social daughter, Paye, Mi's. Leslie Wilson Mrs.- Perry Wilson, Mrs. Henry Grabenstein. Mrs. George Graben- 5tein, Mrs. Lou Crass, Miss Violn Grabenstein. .Dale Valentine am George Grabenstein. Out-of-town guests included Mi and Mrs. Eugene Valentine ar.c Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, ol Frosiburg- and Mr. and Mrs.' Harold Welsh, and Mr. and' Mrs. irvin Elliott and son, Billy, of Bedford, Pa. Miss Deffinbauah Weds R. L, Winters AtZion Parsonage Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dcfflnbaugh, A solo was sung, by Mrs. Gertrude I Oldtown, announce the marriage of Rice preceding the installation otl^eir^auBlTter^Evelyn Hope Deffin- tenneth Long, chancellor com-' mar.der, -by Odith M. BrotemarkJe. upreme representative, assisted by ohn C. Fisher and Robert C. Wade. Other officers to serve with him are 'ohn J. Phillips, vice chancellor; Howard E. Robertson, prelate; Dcn- 11 E. Keysar. master o/ work; Arhur-E. Brant, secretary; Robert M. jlewellyn, financial secretary; Georg-e H. Keifer, treasweri'FVancis M. Hamilton, master at arms: Raymond L. Stoutmyer, inner guard; The' LaSalle Mothers Club will hold a card party at 8:30 tonight at St. Mary's auditorium. /\/n\/ Pnnrprt Plrnc Tlie YMCA-Auxiliary win meet at / vlUy V^Ul ICCI I i. lul Ib 2:30 p. m. tomorrow witli'Mrs. John following. Mrs. Reba McKee .was installed as past chief by Mi's. Genevieve Wagner, past grand" chief, assisted by Mrs. Agnes Love, grand senior, and Mrs. Josephine Biggs, grand manager. Others inducted were Mrs, Thelma.Poland, most excellent chief; Mrs. Anna Kirby, excellent senior; Mrs. Hazel Burke, excellent junior; Mrs. Edna Swick, manager; Mrs. Love, mistress of records ana correspondence; Mrs. Eva Blake, mistress of finance; Mrs. Gertrude Wilkes, protector; . Mrs. Mabel Browning., guard; Mrs. Fay Lee Burner, Mrs. Nellie Lucas, and Mrs, Ruth Smith, trustees. Mrs. Eva Blnke was named press correspond- ant. lownrd A. Frost, outer guard; O to Robert Lee Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Winters, Cresaptown. „ . • The. ceremony was performed Friday, December 3, by Rev. Fred- crick.D. Oboridrchcr, pastor of Zion Evangelical Reformed Church, a,!; his homo on Nortla Mechanic Street. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Leasure, brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom,, were the attendants. Mrs. Winters graduated from Oldtown High School in the Class of 1943. Both are employed by the Vt. Brotemarkle and Robert Wade, three-year trustees. Mr. Brolemarkle spoke on Pythi- nism and co-operation after which social hour was held and refreshments served under the chairman- nip of. Mrs. Swlck. Mrs. Helen Pet- le was pianist for the program. Temple committees will be ap- winted by Mrs. Poland at the next iceting .January '37 at 7:30 p, m. Junior Order Hall C.-Cc.lanese Corporation and are residing at Cresaptown. At a meeting ,of the AUegany County Homemakers Chorus Monday night at Central Y. M. C. A., two new'i officers were elected and the 1 May -concert planned. Mrs, Charles D. Long presided. Mrs. B, J. Moreland was elected vice president-and Mrs. Edgar Suae- maker, was-named secretary. Mrs. Long is president and other officers are Mrs. B, C. Robinetce, treasurer; Mrs. Douglas Smith, historian, and Mrs. J. J. Coleman, publicity. The executive board and members desiring to attend will hold a meeting Jnnurry 11 in the office of Miss Maude A. Bonn in the Court House, to make definite plans for May sacred concert. Practice started on "The Lord's Prayer," which will be one of the numbers, "under the direction of Mrs. Richard W. Trevaskis. The next meeting will be held February 7 at 7:30 p. m., at the "Y." The Group Young of St. Married Couples Luke's Lutheran Church will have Llevvyn C. Dnvis as speaker at a covered dish sup- 6:30 tomorrow night at the church. S, Cook-presiding, Mrs. Robert W. Young will lead the devotionals' and Josephine Kompanek 1 w;'l"play several piano selections. Mrs. E. F. Phillips and her January committee will be in charge of the social hour. Mrs: Chioe Reynolds has called, a special meeting- of the Ladies National . Shuffleboard League for S tonight at the VFW Home, . Mrs. Inskeep Presents _ Pupils In Recital.••" Mrs. Kenneth Inslcccp presented her piano pupils In.a recital at,the Cresaptown Methodist Church a recent, evening. - ..*•• 'Those taking part-..were -Winnie Crossland, Nancy--Ann- Lewis; San- clra Myers, Eugene--Crossland, Patricia McGill, NancyVMcGili;. 1 . Judith Johnson, Sandra ; Ziegler, -. Wanda. Duckworth and Betty Lancaster. •. NO HULLS f ALWAV* POPC- • TENDER Friendship Cards Lending Library . and Gifts Post Card Shop as N. Centi-i; St. THE MAYTAC CHI£FTAIN, America's finest lo.w-ptJced f\-mnr wnshcr . . . n Rcnu- J | *J jW "5 | ^ "^ - jnc M'nylng in every Come in an.d see the Moytag demonstrated. You'H understand , why 'it is the world's favorite ju wnslier.. Easy monthly terms — W liberal trade-in. WHIT AC RE ' 5 CUMBERLAND MAYTAG APPLIANCE CENTER 35 N. Mechanic St. Tel. 2672 The Crusaptown WSCS will study "On Our Door Step" at 8:30 tonight it the church. 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