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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 15

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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page B-3 Tbnr*4ay. Jiuae 4, IfTt Damascus-News, People, Activities Mrs. Luther Burke, Correspondent-- 253-2539 The Memorial D*y Service held by Damascus Post 171, American Legion was well attended. The area Elementary Schools' Band under the direction of Herbert J. Stttta Jr. played selections for a half hour preceding the service. Following presentation of the Colors and the Flag Raising, Luther Burke, Post Commander gave the greeting. The Invocation was given by Rev. Frank Depro, Pastor of the Damascus United Methodist Church. Flowers were placed at the base of the monument by the American Legion, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, DAR and the Damascus High School Class of 1974. Rev. Robert M. Braden, Pastor of the Montgomery Metho* dlst Church gave the Pastoral Prayer. Guest speaker was James B. Mahon, Personnel Officer of the National Geographic Society. Rev. Bruce LeCates, Pastor of the Damascus Wesleyan Church gave the Benediction. This was foiled by a volley of shots by the Washington Blue Rifles and the sounding of Taps. The Damascus Travel Club will meet on June 3 at 8 p.m. at the Methodist Educational Building. Installation of officers will be held, slides of club trips will be shown by Albert Bowman and slides of the Brighton Dam Azales Gardens will le shown by Mrs. Mary Virgimi Dietz. This will be the last meeting until September. Our Lady's Club of St. Paul's Catholic Church met on May 25 at 8 p.m. following recitation of the Rosary. The meeting was opened and closed with prayer by Father Gedra. Mrs. Philip Sadtler and Mrs. David Chalk ley were appointed as a nominat ing committee to formulate a slate of officers for presentation to the membership. Mrs. Philip Sadtler and Mrs. HowardStraigh will bt co-chairmen of the Fa ther-Son Communion Breakfast in June. On Sunday, May 24 following the 8 a.m. Mass, a Mother- Daughter Communion Breakfast was held at St. Paul's Church. The men of the Parish served seventy-eight mothers and daughters. The speaker, Monsignor James Montgomery gave an inspiring talk on living up to the teachings of the Church and encouraging young people to take up church related vocations. The Esther and Mabel Wagner Jircle of the Damascus United Methodist Church will hold a picnic on June 8 at 6:30 p«m. at the home of Mrs. Roland Green. The second annual Mother- Daughter Banquet will be held at the Wesley Grove Church Hall on June 6. Mrs. Thomas Grimes and Mrs. James Hawkins are taking reservations. Daily Vacation Bible School will be held at the Wesley Grove Church June 22-27. The W.S.C.S. of the Montgomery Methodist Church will meet on Monday, June 1 .at 8p.m. at the home of Mrs. Charles Beaver. At the annual AFS picnic held on Monday evening, Randi Hersleth was presented with gifts of lingerie and a bracelet. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Damascus Volunteer Fire Department will meet on Thursi day, June 4 at 8:30 p.m. Woodrow Ward, Pleasant View Lane, Woodfield is a patient at Montgomery General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bennett have taken an apartment in the Perry wood Building. Eileen Glime is home from West Virginia Wesleyan College at Buchannon. Kenneth Shook is home from West Chester State College. A bridal shower was given on May 22 for Miss Barbara Darby whose marriage toRosser Campbell will take place on June 6. the shower was hosted by Misses Elaine Himelwright and Nancy Darby at the home of the latter. Those present were Mrs. Martin, Darby, Mrs. Rosser Campbell Sr., Mrs. Meredith Himelwright, Mrs. Annie Burke, Mrs. Charles Senseney, Mrs. Luther Burke, Mrs. Stewart Walker Jr., Miss Donna Crate and Miss Myrtle Duvall. Mrs. Harold Mullinix Jr. was honored on Wednesday evening with a surprise stork shower held at the home of Mrs. Dale Keesey on Howard Chapel Drive. Hosting the shower with Mrs. Keesey were Mrs. Donald Watkins and Mrs. Barbara Watkins. Miss Connie Mullinix entertained at luncheon on Saturday at Meadowlark Inn in honor of the birthday anniversary of her sister, Miss Edwina Mullinix. Others present were Mrs. Lawrence Jones of Dickerson and Miss M. Olivia Green of Poolesville who-has been spending several days in Damascus with the Mullinixes. On Saturday evening, Miss Mullinix was guest of honor at a surprise party given by her nieces, Miss Barbara B. Mullinix and Mrs. Barry Morris at. Maple Heights Farm, the home' of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Mullinix Sr. Others present besides those mentioned were Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Green of Clarksburg, Miss Olivia Green of Poolesville, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mullinix Jr. and children, Pamela, Benson, Kim, Timothy and Tricia, Hal Morris and Lee Ann Morris^ of Centreville, Va., and Miss Connie Mullinix. The following day Dr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Little came from Salisbury to honor the same occasion. On Sunday, the Misses Mullinix and Miss Green along with Mrs. Charles Hawkins and Miss Gathering Benson of Gaithersburg enjoyed luncheon together at Congressional Plaza to honor Mrs. Hawkins on her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. George Easterday, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Easterday have returned from four days in Atlantic City where they attended the Tall Cedars of Be- banon annual convention at Convention Hall. George Easterday participated in the parade representing Frederick Forest No. 432r He was in the Color Guard for Color Guard Competition. Tall Cedars has the largest parade in Atlantic City each year. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth King attended the thirty year reunion of Mr. King's graduating class from Richard Montgomery High School. The affair was held at the Civic Center in Rockville. Mrs. Kenneth King has returned from New Jersey where she spent two weeks with Lt. Col. and Mrs. Samuel G. Jewell and family at McGuire Air Force Base. Everett Jones attended on Sunday afternoon at the Calvary Methodist Church in Frederick, a Retirement Reception for Dr. Merritt Deitterich, Executive Secretary for the Board of Education of the Baltimore Conference of the MetnodistJChurchu, Mrs. Anna Depro, who Has spent the past eight months with Rev. and Mrs. Frank Depro left on Thursday for Florence, Ala., to spend some time with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evans. Mrs. Gilmore Hurley and Mrs. Gilbert Ashley drove to Winston- Salem, N.C., recently to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diday and small son, Robert. Mrs. Diday and Robert returned to Danascus with them and spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Hurley. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shook had as their guests last week, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlipf erf Chicago. The Schlipfs are cousins of Randi Hersleth, Foreign Exchange Student who has been living with the Shocks during this school year. Mrs. Ola Jewell, Mrs. Nona Watkins and Mrs. Mamie Senseney spent last weekend with Mrs. Gertrude Beall at her farm in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cline entertained at their summer home in Ponder Cove on the for the Memorial Day Weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Emmons, Jay and Jan, Terry MacKenzie, Mrs. Hazel Burdette, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raines and Frankie, Glenn Hane, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cline, Robin and Michael, Sally Dix, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bellison, Gary and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neel and Jeanna, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black and Sebastian, Junior Moxley, Miss Debbie Sidwell, Mr. and Mrs. RobyShip- ley and Chip, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and David, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Julie and Roxanne, Mr. and Mrs. John Laughton, Mr. and Mrs. Rol and Dustin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mullinix and Deanna, Terry and Mary Beth Holley, Mrs. Jean- medairy and V vonne, Miss Ruby Rhoderick, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Scott. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Earl Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul | Norwood and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chancy, and Kim, Janice Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Burke and Lynda Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Linthicum and Anita | Sue, Teresa Burall, Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, Eddie. Christy, Greg, Frank and Jamie, Gene Hudlow, Richard Cline, Phil Boling, Mavis Jacobs and Stephanie, Bill Turner, Bobby Rorer and Joe Brizzi. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shook and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Kinsey and Miss Randi Hersleth spent the weekend in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania with Mr. and Mrs. William Sandel. Mrs. B. M. Woodfield was among the luncheon guests of - ' !ville on Wednesday. Louise J. Mentzer 822-4843 We extend our heartfelt sum- path/ to Rev. Frank Fesperman on the death of Mrs. Fesperman last Thursday. She had been ill for quite awhile in Frederick Memorial Hospital but more recently was a guest at the Frederick Nursing Home. Those coming from a distance for her funeral on Sunday were her two sons, Frank H. Fesperman of Mt. Jackson, Va. and James F. Fesperman of Salisbury, N.C., her daughter Mrs. Camilla Wessel of Crestwood, Mo, her two sisters, Mrs. Florence Holshouser of Kanapolis, N.C. and Mrs. Maud Carl of Concord, N.C., also her brother Guy Fisher of Concord, N.C. Sympathy is also extended to the family of Mrs. Carrie Merchant Lambert who was buried Saturday afternoon in Taylorstown. Also sympathy to relatives and friends of Harold Myers who spent many years in the Lovettsville community. The Robert Mantz family also suffered the loss of an infant last week. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Foster and family were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frye of Riverdale, Md., Mr. and Mrs. William Hayes of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Deener and family also of Brunswick and Oscar Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Washington were afternoon guests. On May 22 the two second grades of Lovettsville school along with their teachers Mrs. Nancy White and Mi-s. Millie MacLaughlin, went on a field trip. They visited the Loudoun Times Mirror, WAGE Radio and the C and P Telephone Office stopping off at the home of Mrs. White in Leesburg for a picnic lunch. Guests on Thursday of Miss Blanche McKinuney were Mr. and Mrs. John Overholtz of Kensington, Md., Mrs. Thad Knight and Miss Edna Speilman both of Washington, D.C. Mrs. Claudia Fox who has been Quite ill in- Loudoun Memorial Hospital after suffering a heart attack is a little improved at this writing. She isn't allowed visitors. Peggy Reed and her roommate Beverly Hairfield of Fredericksburg came home from Johnston- Willis Hospital in Richmond to spend the long weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie George and son Jamie of Hyattsvllle, Md. were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. John George. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Everett of Meridian,. Miss., and Miss Helen McDheny of Washington, D.C. were guests of Mr. am Mrs. George Wire over the weekend. The Wires are happy to report that their grandson Joey , Rick of Hallandale, Fla. has been able to go home from the hospital although he will have to go tack for therapy every day and possible surgery. Joey fell from a truck on Jan. 3 and lay In a coma for almost three months Ebbie Jacobs who has been a patUnt at Washington Hospital enter for the past week, re- urned to his home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Coughin of Lucketts, Va. were diner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sdgar Graham on Saturday. On unday Mr. and Mrs. Graham visited Mrs. Milford Everhart in Neersville, Va. The Peerson family were busy his past weekend. Mrs. Tommy 'earson visited her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Reed Martin in Trammel, Va. Edna Pearson flew to Ucapulco, Mexico for the long week and returned via Dulles airport on Monday. The Lovettsville Home Exten- ion Club met May 20 with 23 members present. Mrs. Mattie George gave an interesting talk on Germany. Miss Betty Unger came from the Home Extension Office and told of the advantages and the disadvantages of credit cards. Hostesses for the day were Miss Dot Potterfield, Mrs. Vinnie Myers and Mrs. Hazel Finney. Mr. and Mrs. Petie Ridgeway are lonely these days with both of their children overseas. Sue Ann and son Chris left on April 18th to join husband and father lickie Paradis in Germany. Just one month later on May 18th son Tommy left for Thailand. Their addresses are Sp.4 and Mrs. Rickie A. Paradis and son, 220 52 1990, Co. A-Sig. B.N. 68, U3A.TJR.A.T. Com- Europe, Wurzburg Radio Station, Wurzburg APO New York, New York 09801 and Sgt. Thomas E. Ridgeway, FR 277-70-5415, 1998 Conun. Sq., Box 2777, APO Francisco, California 96288. Mrs. Lucille McCauley of Falls Church and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dutrow and grandson Sheen of Baltimore, Md. spent last weekend with Mrs. Bessie Dutrow. On Sunday they all visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hezekiah Baker in Harmony, Md. The New Jerusalem Lutheran Church will be holding Vacation Biole School June 15-19 from 9-11:30 a.m. The school is open to children age 3 through the sixth grade. The women's softball team won the game last Saturday when they played Hamilton. They will be playing against Round Hill this coming Saturday at Lovettsville. The men's softball team is also busy and June 4, Bob's Atlantic will be atLovettsvilleandAhalt's 66 at Bluemont. In the county league Leesburg will be at Lovettsville June 6 and on June 9 Lovettsville will be at Leesburg. Both of these are night games. Adrian Shugars is a patient in Winchester Memorial Hospital where he underwent surgery last Monday for the removal of a spinal disc. He is reported as doing well. The Lovettsville Recreation Council will be sponsoring the Lovettsville Choral Group in a concert this Friday June 5 at 8:00 p.m. at the Lovettsville Elementary School. Proceeds will go toward further activities of the Choral Group. 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