The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 2, 1970 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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Family Section Fashions-Clubs-Society-Home News 'Narcotics' Theme Of Talk For EPW Club Meeting "Narcotics have been with us since Civil War days when soldiers were given morphine" Lt. Paul W 0 Mossburg told members of the Business and Professional Women's Club at their May meeting when he spoke on "Narcotics." Lt. Mossburg, Commander of the Detective Bureau has been a member of the Frederick City Police Departmentfor 18 years, specializing in drug abuse for the last 3 years. The display of depressants, stimulants, pipes, needles, cooker, marijuana cigarettes from Vietnam and various other items were explained by Lt Mossburg. The end result of their use emphasizes how vital the education of drug abuse is today to the youth, parents and general public* Drug abuse is the student urged to try a sugar cube con- taming USD. Drug abuse is the 15-year-old who accepts adare to sniff glue. Drug abuse is the pill gobbler who reachestoo often into her medicine cabinet for a sedative. Drug abuse is the heroin addict whose habit is so expensive that he may steal to support it. Pushing drugs is a moneymaking racket and it is the kid on the street who suffers. Many parents feel that their children wouldn't touch drugs because they know better but many of those same children still want to try. It is difficult to convince the parent that his child "who can do no wrong" can get involved. There are 35 known hard narcotic addicts in Frederick City but the young people of Frederick County who are hung-up on marijuana are very few percentage wise. Cocaine is now present in Frederick and there is an alarming amount of heroin coming into this area from the District of Columbia and Ft. Mrs. Paul Mossburg was a guest of the club. Ruth Crawford was chairman of the program assisted by committee members, Ruth Brandenburg, Marguerite Smith, Edith Carmack and Helma Bowers. The next meeting will be installation of officers, June 16, at the Francis Scott Key Hotel. CONVENTION NEWS Kathryn Reed, President of the Frederick Club was elected State Corresponding Secretary at the 40th Annual State Convention of Business Professional Women's Club, Inc. in Baltimore May 22-24. Other officers are president, Mildred Wucik, McHenry; president- elect, Doris Stivers, Denton; 1st vice-president, Grace Thompson, Fallston; recording secretary, Evelyn Stevens, Silver Spring; treasurer, Clover Holtzapple, Hagerstown; and nominating chairman, Margaret Adams, Towson. Highlights of the three-day meeting were the membership workshop conducted by the national representative, Sarah Jane Cunningham, Past National President and lawyer fromMc- Cook, Nebraska; the presentation of five young career women at the Saturday luncheon, with Miss Cunningham luncheon speaker; remarks by Governor Marvin Mandel at the banquet Saturday evening also attended by Mrs. Mantel; guest speaker was Mrs. KatherineMassen- burg, whowasappointedbyPre- sident Nixon as a member of tfae Presidential Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities, and whose topic was ' The Rights of Wronged Women;" installation of officers and music by the Baltimore and .Ohio Glee Club. The Rev. Clarence L. Roark m, Towson United Methodist , , program has already been ~ sejt up in .the school system to-teach the basic elements of drug abuse as soon as the "go- light" is given. Any parent wanting help for his child can get assistance from the police department but parents must be honest with officers, 'It is not an easy job for the police officer who tries to enforce the laws made by legislation and the Federal Drug Commission but each day is a challenge and. each day brings a new challenge." President Kathryn Reed conducted the business meeting that followed. Numerous communications were read. A letter from Senator Charles Mathias informed members that he was co-sponsor of the Equal Rights Amendment. The BPW Club of Stockbridge, Ga. have requested help to promote a letter writing campaign to get prayer and Bible reading back into the schools. A Parliamentary Procedure Institute sponsored by the Maryland State Association of the National Association of Parliamentarians will be held June 8, at Hood College. Any member wishing to attend, contact Lucille Ponton by June 3. Charlotte Martz, state membership chairman, inducted new members Ann Tucherman and Alice Baker for the year 196970 and Rebecca Shankle for 1970-71, using the Nike Emblem ceremony. BERGEN MEMBER Heading f o r Germany? See us tor sea, air t i c k e t s . Top tours, too. Boyer Travel Agency 26 S. Market St. 663-4155 Miss Adele Marie Abrahamson Couple Plans Marriage In August Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T. Abrahamson of Washington, D. C., announce the engagement of their daughter, Adele Marie, to Bernard Wayne Knott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Knott, RFD 3, Frederick. Miss Abrahamson, agraduate of Suitland Senior High School, and of Frostburg State College, is now an elementary school teacher in Prince Georges County. Mr. Knott was a graduated from Walkersville High School and is currently serving in the U. S. Navy, stationed in Annapolis. An August wedding is planned. BRAND NEW MATERNITY DEPARTMENT Casual Dresses Dressey Dresses Sportswear Separates Blouses --Skirts Slacks -- Culottes Shorts Bathing Suits Slack Sets Short Sets CENTRAL a MASTER CHARGE ·*'": AMERICARO 2ND FLOOR HENRY'S 17 N. Market St., Frederick, Md. Church, conducted an Ecumenical Worship Service at the Holiday Inn Convention Headquarters at 8 a.nu Sunday morning followed by a MemorialService for six deceased members. Following the brunch, spotlight and membership awards were presented. Those attending from Frederick were president Kathryn Reed, Evelyn Ayersman, Marguerite Hess, Louise Hammell and Lucille Ponton. Banquet guests Saturday evening were Robert Reed and John L. Ponton. Miss Susan Kathryn Rippeon Miss Rippeon Is Fiancee Of D.H: Stull Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Ripl peon of Frederick announce the engagement ^f their daughter, Susan Kathi-yn, to Douglas Harold Stull, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hlfcoias -B. ^StifllS 6f^ fallow Springs. The bride-to-be is a 1969 graduate of Governor Thomas Johnson High School, atld attended Frederick Community College. Miss Rippeon is currently employed by National Geographic Society. Mr. Stull, also a 1969 graduate of Governor Thomas Johnson High School, is now attending Frederick Community College. He is employed by American Optical Company. No date has been set for the wedding. todays TIME WHEN CAAft FIN? IfeU Than* to Mrs. Frank Bowe Blackwcll, Oklo. Today's FUNNY will pay $1.00 for ·coch "funny" -used. Send qoas to" Today's FUNNY, 1200 West Third Sf.j Cleveland. Ohio 44113. FMHAuxiliary President Presents Annual Report At the recent kuchma of tfae Frederick Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, the 18tt anniversary g esideat's report was given tfae outgoing president Mrs. GUbert Loweotfaal. Following are excerpts from her report; "During this entire period, one factor has remained cone- tant -- the depth of our auxiliary's commitment to service - closely followed by fundraising tfcos. onununfly rela- Mrs. Donald Ray Photo by Myerly Stottlemyer Miss Thomas Weds D. R. Stottlemyer Miss Donna Kae Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Robert F. Thomas, Hagerstown, and Donald Ray Stottlemyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stottlemyer, Myersville, were united in marriage May 23 at Hagerstown Bible Church. The Rev. Gerald D. Carbaugh officiated in the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire gown of sheer organza, trimmed with Venise lace which formed the Victorian collar and banded the long sleeves. The bell skirt was trimmed in the same lace and ended ia a chapel train, also lace-trimmed. A crown of pearls held her elbow length veil, and she carried a bouquet of white daisies encircling her going - away corsage of white rosebuds. Mrs. Darlene Stambaugh, RFD 1 Middletown, was matron h of honor for her cousin. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Patricia Souders, RFD 5, LeitersburgPike, and Miss Karen Sue Thomas, Hagerstown, sister of the bride. Little Miss Theresa Shankle, Myersville, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl. Meredith Harshman, RFD 1, Myersville, was best man. Ushers were Elyin and George Stottlemyer, brothers of the bridegroom. Ring bearer was Gregory Vaughn, Greensburg, Pa., cousin of the bride. Bell-History Hostesses Announced Hostesses have recently been announced for the forthcoming Bell and History Days, to be held in Frederick, June 13 and 14. Serving in this capacity will be: Mrs. Louis Kinsey, Mrs. Wilson Mercer, Miss Alana Eyler, Mrs. Theodore Semler, Mrs. Otto Burchardt, Mrs. James Murphy, Mrs. Robert Pigeon, Mrs. Henry Chase, Mrs. Donald Bice, Mrs. Walter Schmid Jr., Mrs. Richard R. Kline, Miss Lea Kline, Mrs. James Nemecek, Miss Elizabeth Nemecek, Mrs. William Clary, .Mrs. H. Thomas Summers, Miss Julie Summers, Miss Helen Mock, Mrs. William Hobson, and Mrs, Charles Remsburg. Also Mrs. Marvin Kennedy, Mrs. Roland Hobbs, Mrs. Donald Null, Mrs. Guy Whidden, Mrs. Joel Koehl, Mrs. E. C. Leonard, Miss Penny Storm, Mrs. Harold Kefauver, Mrs. Harry Radcliffe, Mrs. Charles Spicknall, Mrs. Carroll Wickless, Mrs. J. Vernon Coblentz, Mrs. Richard Burgee, Mrs. Michael Pue, Mrs. Garland Feaga, Mrs. James Devilbiss, Miss Karen Parry, Miss Mary Grace Helfenstein, Miss Sarah Quinn and Miss Carolyn Roney. Also Miss Margie Murphy, Miss Kathy Kelly, Mrs. Austin Rhoads, Mrs. William Rhoads, Miss Katharine Dutrow, Miss Mary Rhoads, Mrs. James B. Ranck, Mrs. Carlisle Smith, Mrs. H. Bryce Hopkins, Miss Patricia Hopkins, Mrs, Gene Romsburg, Mrs. Delmar Rippeon, Mrs. Joseph Maugiafico, Mrs, Richard Bernstein, Mrs. Thomas Harris, Mrs. Thomas Parry, Mrs. D. P. Vandervoort, Miss Linda Hudson, Mrs. Clater Smith and Mrs. Willard Hart. In addition, Mrs. Emily Apple Payne, Mrs. Ruth Weisburger, Miss Diane Evans, Mrs. Otho Keller, Mrs. William Brown, Miss Christy Brookfield, Mrs. Maude E. Rowe, Misses Mary Cline, Kathy CHpp, Patty Ma- Gaha, Dawn Bitler, Margie Guest, Neill Osburn^ Hope Rudinger, Debbie HubbelL Beckie SaxoTi, Kris Rondour, Sue Bucklin, Grace Tick, Lynn Gaspick, Jill Stapleton and Nancy Morgan. THE NEWEST--Pairing up with a scooped midriff top are "girl shorts"--versatile pull-ons that are shorts in front and a skirt in back. In multi-colored stripes of cotton terry, both are by White Stag. CAMEO IS 'NOW' Granny glasses, nanny shoes, high-laced boots and long skirts spell out a new kind of retroactive chic for the belle of the '70s. Anything old is "now" and the latest trend stolen from granny's jewel box is the cameo. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church social room. After a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination, the couple will reside in Greenvale Village, Smithsburg. The bride graduated from North Hagerstown High School in 19S5 and is employed by Maryland Correctional Institution. The bridegroom, a 1965grad- uate of Middletown HighSchool, is also employed by Maryland Correctional Institution. Prior to the wedding, the bride was honored with a shower given by her co-workers, Apr. 3 at the First Baptist Church; with a shower Apr. 24, given by her aunt, Mrs. Mary Goetz and cousin, Mrs. Stambaugh; and with a shower given by the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Mary Alice Shankle, at her home hi Myersville. A rehearsal party was given by the bridegroom's parents at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shankle, at which time the couple presented gifts to their attendants. "From a nucleus of 62 charter members, we have grown to a membership of 611. Of this number, 39 are life members. "Our intra-group communications have been well served by our news letter, The Stethoscope, mailed quarterly. We attended all four Mi Asaoc. Hosp. Aux. meetings, and we hope that the knowledge gained at these meetings has been evident in our over-all activities. 'Hospital week provided another opportunity for public relations. This year's theme was ·Your Hospital Cares.' Window displays evinced great interest as usual. Innovations were the cartoon contest for high school and elementary students, and a Speaker's Bureau, offering to all civic groups qualified speakers on such subjects as 'A Career in Nursing' and 'Our Hospital and the Community.' Also the usual newspaper and radio coverage. "Over 1,000 adults and children, including church groups, high school students and kin- dergarteners have been conducted through the hospital on 46 separate tours. Thepublicity chairman plays a major part in informing the public through the news media of our activities, and her cooperation is fully appreciated. "Of the 19,691 hoursof service we gave this year, over 7,000 were devoted to Lobby. This service included escorting patients to their rooms, delivering mail, flowers and daily newspapers, keeping records of incoming patients and discharges, and serving as an information center. "Our gift shop provides a service to hospital personnel, patients, and the public, and is a major source of revenue. 3,500 hours are devoted to this project. And of course, we have the good fortune to have an experienced and most capable manager. The gift cart makes rjt NEW PRESIDENT - Mrs. Ernest H. Cherrington Jr., left, 0 *? accepts the gavel from Mrs. Gilbert LowenthaL outgoing,^ president of Frederick Memorial Hospital Women's Auxiliary. The new president was installed at the recent annual luncheon 1 ' 11 of the auxiliary and will serve for a two-year term. (Photo :T by J. Rolfe Castleman) R " daily rounds, a great service to the patients. " «Pinky Puppet' is afamiliar phrase to all of us. What a wonderful security blanket it is for each little patient to receive on arrival. 12,944 have been distributed since 1956. The sewing group that makes these puppets also creates attractive items for the gift shop. · "Our Red Cross sewing volunteers gave approximately 2,500 hours and made 2,127 articles for the hospital, and our mending committee was, as always, invaluable hi its service. "22 Candy Stripers completed over 1,500 hours of greatly appreciated assistance in many services. It is interesting to note that 9 out of the 12 graduating Candy Stripers are going into the paramedical field: one is taking up medicine, three nursing, one physical therapy, three in social work, and one has chosen a Kelt erman -Sharrer Vb ws Said Miss Katherine Marie Sharrer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Sharrer Sr., Frederick, recently became the bride of George R. Ketterman Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ketterman Sr., Frederick. The high noon Mass and double ring ceremony at St. John's Catholic Church, Frederick, was performed by the Rev. Fr. Frederick Duke. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full length Victorian gown of white sheer nylon lace over taffeta, with empire waistline, long sleeves, stand-up collar, and waistline detachable train. Her shoulder length illusion veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls and crystals, and she carried a cascade of white carnations. Miss Mary v. Sharrer was" maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Sarah B. Sharrer, sister of the bride, and Miss Susan J. Ahalt, Myersville. The maid of honor wore a floor length gown of blue peau de sole, with matching headpiece, and carried a variegated nosegay of mixed spring flowers. The attendants'gowns were of pink peau de soie, and they also carried nosegays of mixed spring flowers. Gowns and headpieces were made by Mrs. Jane Ahalt, Myersville, and Mrs. Dorothy Ahalt, Barnes- yille, aunts of the bride. lionnie Tosten, Frederick, was best man for his cousin. Ushers were Donald F. Sharrer Jr., brother of the bride, and Clark Kline Jr., cousin of the bridegroom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Sharrer wore amintgreen lace dress of acetate and nylon, and belted tunic length coat with satin trim. Her accessories were white and she wore agreen double cymbidium corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a lavender dress with white lace bodice, lavender jacket with white lace collar, white accessories, and an off-white double cymbidium corsage. Mrs. Bessie Sharrer, grandmother of the bride, also attended the wedding. Her corsage was of white carnations. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Eagles' Club, Frederick. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Ketterman Jr. Clark Toms, Frederick, was caterer. The wedding cake was made by Mrs. Ray Zimmerman, New Market. For the wedding trip to Waynesboro, Va., the bride wore a gold-green princess style dress with white accessories and a green cymbidum corsage. The newlyweds are making their home on Reich's Ford Road, Frederick. The bride is a graduate of Damascus High School and is employed at Suburban Hospital, Bethesda. The bridegroom is a graduate of Frederick High School and is employed by Bernstein Construction Co. Prior to the wedding, the bnde was honored with a linen shower given by Mrs, Barbara Wilson, Yellow Springs, alsa with a shower hosted by her co-workers at Suburban Hospital. The rehearsal party was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents. CONNIE'S "AN EXCLUSIVE FIRST FOR FREDERICK" EXCITING LTIN For Connie's Discriminating Clientele Due to lack of space I am reducing prices on much of my present stock of clothing, jewelry, and accessories. CONNIE'S 29 EAST THIRD ST., FEEDERICK, MD. Won. thru Sat 10 to 4 - Phone 688-1831 Private Appointments Invited medical secretarial career. At the September meeting they are* capped and presented with OuTP certificates. Jf "Eleven of our volunteers are- engaged in ward service, anU' this year have extended the** 1 services to the Emergency Room. Their comforting services to patients are numerous* "Our Good Will Committed plays the role of Santa Clau» and the Easter Bunny, distrf-7 buting appropriate gifts. *" "Even the Boy Scouts of Frederick are called upon to help in various ways. "^ "Our scholarship fund wa$ increased, enabling us to pre* sent |200 scholarships to tritf students in nursing. Three of these were Candy Stripers. "" "Our major fund-raising; project, the Snow Ball, a sue? cess both socially and financially, this year netted the? munificent sum of $18,147. 1Q 1 volunteers gave 4, 915 hours on a four-month period of prepara-^ ' ' ' ' ' .. , - . .. . "Our hospital's needs are always a challenge, anditistotMr point of carrying them through* that is our mandate. 'f "We are grateful "to Mr. Markel for making communications between hospital administration and our auxiliary so efficacious. His door is always open to us. And we thank Mrs.' Michael, president of the Board" of Managers, for her interest and encouragement." '7 In a letter to Mrs. Lowenthal, Charles A. Markel, Ad-; minstrator, expressed his appreciation "for another year of a job well done." He alsg pointed out that as well as- benefiting the patient in many; ways, the services of the auxiliary "make the patients' bil# just a little smaller, because these numerous services would otherwise require additional* hospital personnel." * Mrs. Lowenthal will be sue-; ceeded in her position by Mrs.* Ernest H. Cherrington Jr., the: new president of FMH Women's- Auxiliary. ' WEDDINGS IN COLOR $99*00 STUDIO 100 East Patrick St. Phone 662-6322 Talk to us about your insurance. 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