The Daily Times from Salisbury, Maryland on June 28, 1941 · 5
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Salisbury, Maryland
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Saturday, June 28, 1941
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THE SALISBURY TIMES. SALISBURY. MD., SATURDAY EVENING. .1UXE 2S. 1911 PAGE FIVBi. . Local Happenings Ii turn from South Carolina .Mr. and Mis. E. E. Inman and two daughters, Misses Theo and Eleanor Inman, have returned to their home on Newton Street after a visit ill Floience, S. ('., where they were the guests of Mr. Lillian's niother, Mrs. S. W. Iiimaii. Wicomico Association lo Have Outing A The Wicomico Younp People's Methbdist Association will hold an .tin nt Melbourne's -Landing, londay evening at (:.'SU o'clock. All young people are invited to attend. Patient in Hospital Mrs. Kolutui Fitzgerald, Roper Avenue, is a patient in the Pcnili-ila General Hospital. Miss Drvden Visiting Aunt Miss Betty Uryden, of Baltimore is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Gar-t: if let- Spring, Jr., at her home on Elizabeth Street. MISS MILDRED WETZEL WEDS M. P. MORSE, JR. Miss Mildred Cecilia Wetzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ftenry Wetzel, and Mr. Maik Perkins Morse, Jr., son of Mr. ami Mrs. Mark Perkins Morse, lio'h of this city, were married this morning at 10 o'clock in St. Fran lis de Sales Catholic Church. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Bernard F. Wetzel, of Philadelphia, hi other of the bride, who also said .1... M...,. li.. ....... ..... i-' ft ted by the Rev. John M. Don-I 1. line and the Tev. Eugene T. I Higgins. a The only decorations were white p T.idiuli and Madonna lilies which adorned the candle-lighted altar. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, woie a white gown of inouseline de sole, designed on old fashioned lilies, with a close fitting bodice high, loiind neckline, three iiarter length sleeves, shirred at the cl-Ikiw. and featured a wide shirred jSjrdle. The skirt was very full. Her fingertip veil was held in place vith a wreath of orange blossoms and she carried an old fashioned bouquet of white roses, gardenias mid baby's breath. Miss Dorothy Wetzel, sister of tin1 bride, was maid of honor. Her funk was pink silk marquisette mill tulle. The close fitting bodice 1 I marquisette ,was made with a r weet heart neckline and short puffed sleeves and the full skirt ia$ tulle. She wore a leghorn picture hat with a long pink streamers and carried an old fashioned bouquet, of pink rosebuds and light blue de',')hi Ilium. The little flower girl, who was froan Creyghlon, niece of the bride, wore a light blue frock of silk marquisette. The round yoke on the s Ion t sleeved bodice was outlined with a rutHe and the full skirt was 'illumed with pink velvet bows. Hit crowtiless poke bonnet of the same material was tied with pink iihtfun, and she cairied a basket of ruse petals. Mr. Hubert M. Morse, of Wash-iiH'toii, D. was best man for 'is biotlni. I'he ushers were Mr. I'arol.l Wetzel, brother of the bride, ami Mi. Hubert Livingstone, both of this city. Mr. Sam (iniio sang "Ave Mana", pi i.eiling the ceremony, and was accompanied by the Kev. Eugene Stout on the organ, who played the u tiding match from "l.ohcngi in" by Wagner, and Mendelssohn's nnrrh from "Midsummer Night'- hi ram". A reception followed r.t the I'liirhurst I t in uitin for eighty ruests. Aftii a wedding trip to Atlantic City. Mr. Morse and his In ide will be at home in Louisville, etitucky afti 1 July 4. 'y.' and Mrs. Morse are both l-'iaduates ,,f Wicomico High Si hool. II. ;dso graduated from Washington College. Chcstertov. n, i'l.. an. I is n.nv Supervisor in the Hallistic Laboratory of the dul'ont ompany in Charlostown, Indiana. Ainonir the out of town guests wire Miss Frances Strickland, of Wilmington, Del., Mrs. Hubert Mown, ,,f Hull,, Falls, Vermont, '""I Mr. Joseph McCarty, of Wash-.iicton, 1). r. CALVARY TENT MEETINGS Sl'NDAY 11 A. M. HILDRKN'S DAY SERVICE SONGS ( HORFSES RECITATION'S & PAGEANT Tl'ESDAY. .11 LY 1st. YounR Men COMING - SI NDAY. Jl LY (ith to 20th - A. J. SCHl'LTZ - WORLD TRAVELER "VISITING Ml SSOLINT" "A VISIT TO THE VATICAN" "GERMANY'S AND RI SSIA'S H TI KE" OTHER INTERESTING SUBJECTS Guest in Coulbourn Home Mrs. L. P. Coulbourn has as her guests, her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Beiitley and Mr. Bentley of Brooklyn X. Y. Mr. Bentley will return the first of the week and Mrs. Bentley will visit here through the month of July. I lies To Montana Mr. James Copeland left Thursday for Philadelphia, from where he flew by Eastern Airlines to visit in Roundup, Montana. To Spend Two Months at Camp Miss Ann Scott Pierce accompanied by her .patents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pierce, will leave tomorrow for Pocono Pines, Pa., where Miss Pierce will spend two months at Camp Owaissia. Visiting Aunt in Washington Mr. Randall Cordrey, son of Mrs. Virginia Cordrey, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Finest Davenport and Mr. Davenpoit, in Washington, D. C. Guests of Mrs. Dasliiell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Staples. Jr., and Mr. Staples' son, of De-luth, Minnesota, Mrs. Staples' mother, Mrs. W. T. Dashiell, Newton Street, Mrs. Staples will be lemembered as the former Miss Jean Dashiell. Mr. and Mrs. Jarman Guests in Swarthmure Mr. and Mis. Fianklin Jarman are spending the weekend in Swarthmore, Pa., where they are the guests of Mr. Jarman's mother, Mrs. Charles Lawton and Mr. Law-ton. Before returning home they will visit in Atlantic City, Weekend (iuests at Rectory Mr. and Mis. Francis P. Frazier, and son Francis, Jr., of Chestnut Hill, Pa are spending the weekend at the Kectoiy as guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert P. Fra zier, and family. Auxiliary Heads Honored With lea The American Legion Auxiliary, Post Xo. fi-l, will entertain at a tea this afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John E. Morris, Pinehurst, in hvnor of Mrs. (Jeorge S. Rodock, Jr., of I'lederick, Mil., president of the Auxiliary of the Department of Maryland, and Mrs. George Harmon, of Baltimore, wife of the Commander of the Department. Air. and Airs. Rodock are guests in the Morris home. Entertains lor liouseguest Miss Jane Wulf entertained last evening at her home in Clairmont Village, in honor of Miss Jane Ber-ger, of Baltimore, who is her housegucst. Miss Banks to Entertain Miss Ruth Banks will entertain at a slipper party tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at Bethany Beach. Thirty guests will be entertained. Returns from Hospital ( Mrs. Thomas Shores has le-t in mil to her home on Elizabeth Street after undergoing an operation at the Peninsula (ieneral Hospital. Curdy . Wright Delmar. June 2H Miss Mar ian Ruth Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Wright of near Delmar and George Curdy of Philadelphia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Curdy of this city Were married on Tuesday morning at Princess Anne, Md. The only attendants were Miss Gertrude Fallow and Robert Fiomnie, both of Salisbury. Mrs. Curdy is a graduate of the Delaware School and has been em ployed at the Fniveisal Credit Company in Salisbury. Mr. Curdy is a graduate of the Delaware School and is employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company in Philadelphia. The young couple are spending a few days in Tol-chester, Mil. They will make their home ill Philadelphia. This war w of vmi i' lives I settle the quality uid your children's lives. Justice Frankfurter of the Supreme Court. BAPTIST TABERNACLE E. MAIN ST. NEAR SNOW HILL RD. 7:.".0 P. M. WH EATON COLLEGE MALE (Jl'INTET Who Will Thrill You With Music and Message Marriage Announced f , "$f Mrs. Harry James Hoffman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sewell William Kayne, ot this city, ate announcing the marriage of their daughter. Virginia Belle, to Mr. Harry James Hoffman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry James Hoffman, of Del- mar, on April H, at the Methodist parsonage in Hebron. The Rev. E. C. Graham, pastor, performed the ceremony. Their only attend ants were Mr. nd Mrs. Robert E. Kelley of Delmar. Mrs. Hoffman is a graduate of Wicomico High School and is now associated with the .National Youth Administration in this city. Mr. Hoffman is employed by the DuPont Company in Seaford. The Couple will be at home on Pennsylvania Avenue after July SI. ILLINOIS GIRL TO WEI) SHORE JEWELER Cambridge, June L'8- Christ Protestant Episcopal Church, Cambridge, will be the scene of a colorful wedding tonight when Miss Margaret Xeilsen of Lake Bluff. 111., becomes the bride of Granville Lloyd Tubman, Jr., local jeweler. The ceremony will take place at 8:Iltl o clock and will be conducted by the Rt. Rev. William McClelland. Bishop of the Diocese of East on. Miss Xeilsen will have live attendants. William Tubman will be best man for his brother. ASIU'RIAN DELEGATES BACK FROM INSTITUTE The Asburian Youth will wel come their delegates from Peninsula Summer Institute which was ! held this past week at Washington College, Chestertown, Mil. These delegates, Margaret Jones, Lois Wood, and Betty Nock, will speak to the Asburian Youth at their; G::i(l p. in. service and will teil of their experiences at Chester- ( town. The worship service will he led by Chiiihs Dashiell on Sunday evening. CHI RCH HOARD TO MEET Delmar, June 2H 'The Board of Christian Education of the Firs! Methodist Church will meet on Monday evening in the Social Hall of the Church at seven thirty. 'The business session will be preceded by a covered dish social at (:MII. The members of the official board have been invited to attend lire meeting. The Rev. John L. Johnson, pas-f?or of the church, has announced that he will present a special program for the consideration of the joint group. G. Meile Xelson, president of the church board, will preside at the meeting. ATTENDING SCHOOL Delmar. June 2h Dr. T. Barton Fieeliey, local optometrist, is spending a week at the Pennsylvania State College of Optometry in Philadelphia where he is taking a Post Graduate Course. Lester A. Hall, principal of the Maryland School, left this week for Western Maiyland College where he will attend the Summei school session. Cecil Ford, principal of the Delaware School also left Delmar this week to spend the summer vacation touring Mexico. Sl'NDAY 7 EVANGELISTIC "WINE, WOMEN .'id P. M. SERVICE & SONG" A 'Timely Temperance Sermon MISIC Tabernacle Choir & (Juartet hethlehem girl weds somerset t e a c h e r Princess Anne. June .K The Methodist Episcopal Church at Bethlehem. Md., formed the setting for an attractive wedding at N o'clock Saturday evening, June 21. when Miss Mamie (I, Vila Legates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Legates, became the bride of Clarence W. Phillips. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Phillips. Sr. of Princess A line. The Hev. I a. noway officiated. The In ide, w ho w as given in marriage by hei father, woie a gown of white satin. Her long tulle veil was held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms and she carried a bridal bouquet of rose buds. Miss Margie Ann Chamberlain of Bethlehem acted as niaid-of-honor. The bride's maids were Miss Jane Messnels of Wilmington, Del., Miss Ella Legates of Townsend. Del., Miss Ann Legates of Bethlehem, and Miss Bonnie Smith of Bethlehem. Juila Legates and Fay Robins, both of Bethlehem acted as flower girls. George Lee Phillips of Nol l is-town. Pa., brother of the groom, served as best man. The ushers were: Paul Sigri.-l and Ernest Smith of College Park, James Smith and Mr. Roy Legates of Bethlehem. I'pon their return from a wedding trip through the northern states and Canada, Mr. Phillips and his bride will make their home in Preston, Maryland where Mr Phillips is a member of th ton High School faculty. Pies- snakes shed their two months. skim WHAT A HIS HILL Cherry Coffee Vanilla Banana Chocolate Pineapple Strawberry Orange he Pineapple Ice Rum Itisipie Bulter Pecan Trench Vanilla Drinks Sodas Lime Ade Root Beer Milk Shakes Malted Milk Orangeade I n, sled Root lieer Sundaes Itiiiiann Splits Pelican Specials COLORED SAINT JAMES A. M. E. ION Rev. LcRoy K. Hall, Minister H::m A. M. Church School, llufus Dashiells. superintendent. 11 :iiti A. M. - Sermon and morning worship. I'ulMl p. M. Varick Christian Endeavor Society, Mrs. Hattie Handy, president. :ill P. M. Song and Piaise -ervices. Cbarlis Handy in chaige. Calendar For I he Week Monday, Trustees will meet at the Chinch: Tuesday, The Pa-'ol's Aid Club will sponsor a IjUWII Party at K(l" Delaware street, the ,-lass leaders will meet with Albeit Hudson on Main street, the Daughters of Conference will meet with Mrs. Catherine Waller, 1 lit! Ruse street; Wednesday, the choir will meet with Mrs. lieillah Reed on Hill street; Thursday, the choii will sponsor a Block Carnival on Huston street, the Stewards will meet with William Covington on Huston street. ST. PAIL A. M. K. ZION Kev. Thomas II. Course). Minister .:4f A. M. - Church School. Miss Fredia Jones, superintendent. 11 A. M. Muting worship. Preaching by pastor. Week's Activities Moll. lay night. Trustees will meet with George Bailey, Third Street. Tuesday night - Stewardess Board will meet at church. ( II I KC II OF GOD IN CHRIST TENT, Princess Aiuie Devotional ,'!:1") P. M preaching, 4:;W P. M.; Devotional, K P. M.; preaching by Elder Eure, tl P. M. Revival throughout the week. Miss Harriett Boone assisting. WONDEHIT'L HOLDS MORE HIRD THAN . tr wu Tnt cMJSBURSVi O AND rAO- LUNCHES 0 OlVI1 Klin ,l(''" in it" f 19 life two mmmm mamm CHURCHES ANTIOCH BAPTIST Ocean ( it) . Md. George II. Brown. Pastor Rex lhuti A. M.- T ices. .Mrs. Alice Louisa Cherry. 11:110 A. M. P speaker, the Kt v Bridgeville. Del. st luminal set-1 1 tin is and M i s aching G W. W. Kerbv Choir and con accompany him. The Eastern Shim gregatlou will :" P. M. Baptist I iii n of Maryland and Delaware will meet fie district quartet ly meeting. Hev. J. F. Waler. resident, will preach the union sei'iuou. V ::": P. M. BY IT. S:oll P. M.-- Rev. George T. Jones, pirstor, St. Mathews' Baptist ( lunch. Laurel, Del., will lie in charge. ( Ill R II (II GOD IN CHRIST Elder .1. L. Eur. Pastor II A. M. Sunday School. V P. M. YP'WW. Miss Ksther Major, president, Miss Harriett Hooiie, (earner. h P. M.- Devotial. il:4.r. P. M Message of Evangelist Miss Rosa Eure. JOHN WES.I. METHODIST !i.:ill A. M - - Sunday School. II A. M. Morning worship. s P. M. Youth Fellowship. Monday. 8 P. M. Leaders and Stewards ineetiie.r. Tuesday, N P. Si. Trustees Board meet ing. Wednesday. S P. M., Senior and Young People's choir rehearsal. Captain Alcork and Lieutenant Brown, with two black cats, were the first to span the Atlantic by air, in nil'.l. IS THE PELICAN HIS HELLY CAN 0 C Jr- r TO SERVICE G ICE -,vlT Of t'oVll'ttl'- .,..Vtt Itl-tV"'" WHAT A HIS HILL WONDEHIT'L HOLDS MORE llarr , June L'8 Georgetown, Del., Mrs. Edna Ban, of W. Va daughter of anil the late Myron Pa i kei dun g, Mrs. Theiza Lea.SUIe, of Janesville, Ohio, and ( narles B. Railekin, of Laurel, this county, son of Mrs. Hattie D. and the late Thomas Hadekin, of Belpre, Ohio, took place last Sunday afternoon, at Lain el at I o'clock, the Lev. L. E. Werner performing the eeic-moiiy. Hills - Otwell Georgetown, Del., June l!R Announcement of the marriage of Miss Irene B. Otwell. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Otwell, of Bridgeville, and James II. Hills, son of the late Mr. ami Mrs. Floyd Hills, of Greenwood, all of this county, has been made. The wedding look place at. Setifoul on June 22. the Rev. Edward E. Coleman performing the ceremony. H PHONE 1112 For An Appointment nr AVE. DINNERS CREAM Monday only tiny at The : visit ors ivrvttw i ,, Wo l'"' iuus our si" V.iU-wt r." 1. 1 vi'O' rinili- Owner XtOH, JOHN Kadt-kin l!lltl IS THE PELICAN THAN HIS HELLY CAN REV. BYRD ACCEPTS SHARPTOWN CHARGE Sliai ptown. June 2H The Rev. J. C. livid, who was appointed pastor of Sharptnwn charge, including Mt. Vernon Methodist Chinch. Shai ptow n. and Mt. Her-mon and Wheath y's near town ha.i lesigiud. the resignation to lake, effect on July 1. The Rev. Ralph c. Join s, Distiict Superintendent will preside at a iiiembei ship meeting ill the church hen. tonight at which time plans for a successor will be discussed The Hev. Bynl who has accepted a position in Washington, D. C, will preach pulpit here for the last time on Sunday. June :ill and will move his family to Washington. Whales, whhh are burn in the water, begin .swimming immediately. Keep Your Hair lirautiful all SI MMER with a PERMANENT tOI R CHOICE: ( ROQl KiNOI.E MACHINELESS SPIRAL Capitol Beauty Shop AIii iiiih Cumfiii tuhly Air Comtitioiiril Div. St. (Opposite Hospital) Sandwiches Chopped Egg, Sardine, Lettuce, Mayonnaise Tuna Fish Salad Ham M ith Cheese Tongue on Rye Crab Meat Salad ('rem C'aecse with J'eanut Mutter I Hani, Lett are. Tomato Cheese on H)'e Hamburgers Three Deckers Smiliilicld Ham, Tomato, Swiss Cheese ! ranks J. -). :1

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