Portland Press Herald from Portland, Maine on August 11, 1949 · Page 11
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Portland Press Herald from Portland, Maine · Page 11

Portland, Maine
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Thursday, August 11, 1949
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.Portland Pr«n Herald -- Portland, Main*--Thursday Morning, Aufiut 11, 1949. Editor Miss Barbara Johnson S O C I A L N E W Reporter* Misa Dorothy F. Hamlin Miss Frances Hapgood Soroptimist Club Supper Guests Col. Leone JefTers Names Committee Col Lfont Jeffers. Soroptimist Club president, appointed Mrs Ortrude Babb and the Misses Florence Oaudette and Corlnne Strout a.t a budget committee when the club was entertained at a barbecue nupper by Miss Hope Dunnine and Mr* Helen ChUrch Wednesday at Mi.vi Dunnlng's home on Motley Street Mrs Hester Vauahan. chairman of arrangements for the New England Regional Conference of SoroptlmLst Clubs to be held Saturday and Sunday. Oct 8 and 9. In the Lafayette Hotel announced her assistant* which Include Mrs Jeffers Mrs Babb. Mri Helen AJlen. MTM Edna Marshall Macpherson and the Mlise.i Dunning, Corinne Twltchell and R u t h Dan- lels The Soroptimist pledRe and flag salute were given by the troup. and birthday wishes PX- t«xJed to Mrs Vaughan The ant meeting will be a luncheon «lth Mrs Elizabeth Hunt Coombs! as speaker Tuesday noon In the Lafayette Hotel Navy Mothers' Club Plans Bridge Whist The Pine Tree Navy Mothers' Club appointed Mrs Elsie Mitchell chairman of arrangement* for a benefit public bridge whist to be held at 8 p m Thursday. Sept. 22 In the YMCA. when it met Tuesday evening In the YMCA Proceeds will be used for Girl Scout Troop 28. sponsored by the club Mrs. Mitchell will be assisted bv Mrs ^Oulria Slullnskl. Mrs Marv Roberts. Mrs Elsie Simpson and Mrs Maud Duffet A clambake for club membeis will b* held Sunday. Aug 21 at the summer home of Mrs Maud Duf fett, at Maxwell s Point. Two Lights Road. Cape Elizabeth Members will leave at 11 a m Those members who n*od transportation are asked to call Mm Duffett The group will meet Tuesday evening Befit 13. In the YMCA o Mr and Mrs L. Gordon McCoy. Providence. R I announce the birth of a son Brian Nelson July 28 Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Grorge E. McCoy MUnJoy Street. and Mr and Mri Nels Nelson, Pawtuckrl. R I Joanne Crosby Honored At Shower Mlsn Joanne Crosby, whose marriage to Kenneth Doucctte will be solemnized Sept 1. was honor guest at a personal shower given Wednesday evening in Westbrook. Decorations were pink and white. The guests were Miss Crosby's associates at the George C. Shaw Co., Portland. They Included Mrs. Pnyllls Grant, Mrs Ruth True. Mrs. Ruth Hawkes. Mrs Grace McLellan. Mrs Calvin E Crosby. Mrs. Donald Murray, and the Misses Dorothy Jordan, Beverly Ellis. Gwendolyn Davis, Barbara Cash, Arlene Gleason, Eileen Karolcwskl. Sacred Heart Group Will Sponsor Benefit Bridge Whist On Aug. 24 The executive committee of Sacred Heart Parish Drum and Bugle Corps will sponsor a benefit bridge whist Aug. 24 In Sacred Heart Parish Hall The committee of arrangements Includes John J Hammett chairman of the band committee. John J Davis discipline chairman. Edmund P Kelley. and Mr and Mrs. Everett Chase, band Instructors Miss Mary E Murray Is chairman of reservations assisted by Mrs Harold J Maloy and Mrs. Bernard B McEvov Mrs Kellev and Mn Thomas Concannon will be In charge of scores Mrs. Robert V Davis is chairman of hostesses, assisted by Mrs Frederick W Rogan Mrs Everett Chase will be in charge of prizes, assisted by committee memberi Early reservations Include Mrs Charles L. Marston. Mrs Valmond J Bourque Mrs George E Brady. Mr» Charles A Kerrigan. Mrs Prmncis H Lynch. Mrs Byron King Mm Arthur J Smith, Mrs Edward P Sullivan. Mm Charles A Anlfant. Mrs John H Sullivan. Mrs. George L. Connell. Mrs. Robert A Gagne. Mrs. William J. Ker- wln Mrs Bertrand J Fairweathcr. Mrs. Thomas P. Foley. jr.. Mrs. Thomas J Kane. Mrs Geoige J. Bolduc. Mrs. Oustave J Ta- pouschek. Mrs Ellestnl Hanscn. Mrs. Timothy J. O'Donovan. Mrs. Chester H Booker. Mrs James P. Cutler. Mrs Frederick J. McGee, Mrs Robert 8. Banks. Mrs. John J. Lyden. Mrs Philip J Whltmore, Mrs George P Blackburn, Mrs Charles A Kerrigan, J r . Mrs Stephen J Blckford. Mrs John C Thorpe. Mrs. Coleman D Foley, Mri John M Mulkcrn Mrs John J Davis. Mrs John J Hnmmett. Mri. Rose L Mulhern. Mri John P. H. O'Brion. Mrs Carlclon R Crowley. Mrs. Timothy L Donahue. Mrs Charles A Jordan. Mrs Richard F. Smith, Mrs Albert N Tardlff. Mrs. William E Robblns, Mrs Earl J Ross. Mrs 8 J Conley and Mrs. Edward L Delaney. Parents' Night Is Observed At Meeting Of Gospel Crusaders Parents' Night was observed Wednevlmv when the OonpH Cru- aadern met In th* home of Kenneth Maxwell. Bpurwlnk Avenue. Cape Elizabeth Forest Barter welcomed the guests and Sydney Smith was the lender Kenneth Maxwell led the Bible studv and Alan Swain spoke on Living Water The group will conduct a service Friday evening at Harpswell and Sunday at the Maine Home for Boys They will meet Wednesday at the Maxwell home Guest* were Mr and Mrs Otis Barter, Mr and Mrs Harold A. DelnsUdt. sr Mr and Mrs Virgil Lombard. Mr and Mrs Ernest A Bean. Mr and Mrs Howard Kelly Mr and Mrs Alfred Garsoe, Mr and Mrs Paul Gullkson, Mr. and Mrs Elvtn Brydon. Mrs Ma- bel Curran. Mrs Ernest Penny Mrs. Charles Parker. Mrs J Howard Maxwell, Mrs G e r t r u d e Swain Mrs Vera Hallot, Mrs Nclla Morgan and Fred Richardson Members present were Mrs Forest Barter, Mrs Eugenia Benner. Mri Beatrice Garsoe. the Misses Dorothy Barter. Gertrude and June Bean v 'Ruth Brown, Marshadawn Grant. Elsie Gullk- son. Hazel Hallet. Barbara Kelly, Caroline and Evelyn Maxwell, Eleanor Richardson, Phyllis With- erlee. June Parker. Patrlcfa Penny. Nancy Curran, B a r b a r a Hlnks. Charlotte Lombard, Jean Llbby and J o a n Richardson. Richard Brewer, Gerald Boothby, Donald Bothel, Malcolm Brown, Edward Burns. Harold Deinstadt, Bradford York. Norman Brydon and Frank Moffett. Joan Ohlund To Be Wed Wednesday Miss Joan Mary Ohlund. Congress Street, daughter of Cliffoid Ohlund. Mechanic Falls, and Mrs Robert Burns, Windham Hill, will be married to John Theodore Sloan. Godfrey Street, son of Mrs Leona Sloan. Forest Avenue and the late John Sloan, at 9 a. m Wednesday, Aug 17. In the rectory of St. Joseph's Church The bride will wear a white suit with navy accessories and corsage of red roses The bridegroom's brother, Philip M Sloan. Godfrey Street, will attend the couple as best man. and Miss Bai- bara Coffin. Bolton Street, will be maid of honor Miss Coffin will wear a beige suit with pink accessories and corsage of pink roses Mrs Lrland R Hunt will br In charge of thp guo.st hook at thp reception to be hrlrl in the home of the bride's mother at I Windham Hill After a wedding trip, the couple will reside on i Congress Street. The brldp was graduated from Dcerlng High School and thp bridegroom was graduated from Chevrrus High School HP sprved two years with the naw during World War II in the Pacific. Both are employed locally. Portlanders Attend Play At Deertreea Bv Press Herald Photographer Curran ATTEND WEDNESDAY EVENTS -- Groups at the Soroptimist barbecue and the Stroudwatcr Flower Show. Upper, left, a Soroptimist group at the home of Miss Hope Dunning, Motley Street. Seated. Miss Marian Walker, left, and Mrs Elizabeth Hunt Coombs. Standing, left to right, Miss Clara Bunker, Mrs. Helen Church, hostess, the Misses Ruth Daniels and Corinne Twltchsll and Dr. Madelyn E. Dyer Upper right, kneeling, Mrs. Gertrude Babb. the Misses Floience Gaudette, Corinne Strout. Hope Dunning, hostess; standing, Col. Leone Jeffers. (See story in Col. 1) Lower, group inspecting the men's vegetable arrangements at thp Stroudwater flower show Left to right, Mrs. Nettie Pratt, Rumford. R. I . Mrs George Johnson. Forest Hills. Long Island. N. Y.. Mrs. Frink G. Johnson, Portland,- and the co-chairmen 6f the show. Mrs. Harold Maxfirld and Mrs. Marguerite Langen. Mrs. Earl C. Skillings Has Best Arrangement At Flower Show Komango Club Has Bridge, Luncheon Mrs. Rudolph Rannacher, Mrs Prank E. Davis and Mrs. Nellie Mitchell, Hardwlck, V t . received the bridge prizes when Mrs. Lester Stevens entertained the Komango Club and their guests Wednesday at her cottage at Higgins Beach Scarborough. The group had a luncheon In the Conora Restaurant at noon. The group will have another meeting for members and their husbands Aug. 24 with Mrs. Rannacher at Camp Maskwamoci Little Sebago Lake. Others attending were Mr. Rannacher. Mrs. M. Z. Fickett. Mr and Mrs. William Congdon. Mr and Mrs. Irvln L. Bowker, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams. Mr. and Mrs Charles E. Lang. Mr. and Mrs Charles Jordan. Mrs. Gertrude Folwartshny, Mrs. Clarence Eugene Holt. Mrs. Alice Bean. Mrs. E. P Getchefl, Greater Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan B. Bradley and children. Pauline and Nancy Hartford. Conn. enter your child today! Oen'r Mlti Thit Opportunity I 121 Prizes! I Grand Prix* -$500.00 U.S. Savings Bond 1*4 tlS.OO U.S. MVln«l »MU t Ei^nJ Krlnf Mliilvtwr (fk 7 * 1 0 l*rrat firtn LORING's 1 4 T H A N N U A L Personality Child Contest Over $2500.00 in Prizes! Enroll Xour Child NOW I LORING ° STUDIOS 5IS/* CONGRESS ST. DIAL 2-0821 Don't Delay! No Appointment Necessary Many Greater Portlanders have attended recent performances at Deertrces Theater at Harrison. Among those arranging parties have been Mr. and Mrs. William P Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Kimball S Frisbie. Mrs Phyllis Ainsworth. Mrs C E. Dixon, Mrs Stanley Bennett, Mrs. F. B. Smith. Mrs Gerald Marlon. Mrs Wheeler Gemmer. Mrs. Elliot P. Perkins, Mrs Nelson Hillman. Mrs Donald Lawrence, Mrs. S. W. Hughes, the Misses Harriet Sheldon. Florence Gaudette and Florence Ritchie Carroll B. Sklllin. S. O §y- monds. E. H O'Brien. W. R Fairchild, Edward Casey, W. C Pratt Donald Fowler, W C Webpr, L] P. Brewer. T J Hennessey and Dr. Leon Babalian. Mrs Scott M. Damrcn. Mrs. Everett O. Boothby. MISS Martha Hopkins and Mrs. Ruth Wyman received the prizes when the Misses Prances Haskell and Margaret Tolman entertained their bridge club for luncheon Wednesday at the letter's summer home, Shore Acres, Cape Elizabeth Others present were Mrs John F. McDanlel. Mrs Ralph F Blake and the Misses Helen Broe. Ethel McCallum. Louise Dunham, Helen Stetson. Ruth McDaniol Helen Robinson and Barbara Johnson Ivy Rebekah Lodge will hold Its first nomination of officers at a meeting at 8 p m Saturday in the IOOF Hall. 25A Forest Avenue Miss Grace Edgerley will preside. Mrs. Earl C. Skillings. with an arrangement of flowers in an old fashioned container, received the award for thp best arrangement In the show when thp Annrs and Guild of thp Strondwatpr Baptist Church hrld Its annual Mimmor flower show Wednesday in' thp vcstrv. Special awards wont to Mrs John Skillln, Olin Sawyer and I Mrs William Kimball for In- Dividual exhibits and to Mr and i Mrs George Bowlpy for a large igreens arrangement in the vestibule of the church. Other winners were Class 1, white flowers in white containers. Mrs. Frank G. Johnson, first, Mrs. Albert C. Maclauchlan. second, Mrs. Harry Leighton. third, and Mrs. Gladys Tinkham, honorable mention; Class 2, children's wildflower arrangements (girls' gioup) Joan Cook, first, Martha Haskell. second. Anne Leighton. third, and Sheila Langen and Margaret Bowley. honorable mention, boys' group, James Kelley, first. Donald Kimball, second, Peter Cyr. third, and Winfield Jones, honorable mention. Class 3, potted African violets, Mrs. Frank J Johnson, first, Mrs Abbie Milburn. second, Mrs. Kenneth R. Haskell. third. Mrs. Harold Maxfield. Mrs. Robert Jackson. Miss Clara Ferguson, Miss Ellen Tibbetts and Miss Barbara Johnson, honorable mention; Class 4. Bible verses i Illustrated by arrangements* Mrs. Sarah Bonne]], first. Mrs Carl H. Hunt- pr. second. Mrs Green, third, and Mrs Arthur W. Packard, honor- able mention: Class 5, vegetables (men's class). Carl H. Hunter, first. Carl Bruns. second, the Rev. James MacLeod, third, Mr. Bow- lev. Walter R. Jacobs and Harry Leighton. honoiable mention. Class six. floweis in old fashioned cnntaincis Mis. Skillings. first. Mrs Reuben E. Stoddaid. .second. Mrs. Ervin G. Johnson, thhd, and Mrs. John E. Skillli\ lionoiable mention. Class seven, kitchen arrangements, Mrs Harry Leighton, first, Mrs. Warren Stoddward. second, and Miss Addie Emerson, honorable mention; Class eight, gladioli, Mrs. Maurice B. Johnson, first, Mrs. Leighton Johnson, second. Mrs. Harry Leighton, third, and Mrs. George Kelley. Honorable mention. Class nine, three shades of one flower, Mrs. Maurice B. Johnson, first, Mrs. Maynard E. Hodgkins, second, and Mrs. William Greene, third; Class 10, tea table arrangements. Miss Dorothea Smart, first. Mrs. Clarence Dresser, second, and Miss Ellen Tibbetts, third; Class 11. flowers in bean pots. Mrs. Haskell, first, Mrs. Dresser, second, and Mrs. Owen Leighton, third; Class 12. window sill arrangements (teen age group*, Mary Maclauchlan. first Marcelvn Green, second, Frances MacNeil, Diana Parker and Madelyn Coffin, honorable mention. Mrs. Ralph E. Gray and Mrs. Edward W. Atwood were Judges. Mrs Marguerite Lnngen and Mrs Harold Maxfield were cochairmen of general arrangements. Tea and iced beverages were served during the afternoon. Congress Street Church WSCS Has Outing At Panther Pond Thursday's Hourglass At the Portland Country Club, the Women's Golf Committee will hold ladies' day at 9.30 a. m. . . . The High School Group of the YWCA will have an outing at Peaks Island at 10.30 a. m. . . . Carnival events will be completed at the Jewish Community Center Day Camp at 9 a. m. ... A tasting tea will be featured at the Cogawesco Club in the Little Diamond Island Casino at 1 p. m. ... Mrr. Frank B. W. Welch will entertain the Gorham Dames at 2 p. m. . . . The Ladies' Aid of the First Lutheran Church will meet in the vestry at 2 p. m . . . . There will be a tea and sale when the Calends Study Group meets with Mrs. Joseph S. White, Peaks Island, at 2.30 p. m. . . . The public is invited to an organ concert in City Hall Auditorium at 3 p. m. . . Miss Mary O'Connor, Long Island, will be hostess to the Portland Nasson Club at a picnic at 5.15 p. m. 35 Present At Round Table Longfellow Club Sponsors Affair Thirty-five attended the horticulture round table of the Loag- tellow Garden Club Wednesday with the Misses Isabel M. and Emily V. Powell, Capisic Street. Mrs. Henry P. Johnson instructed the group in flower arrangements and criticized the arrangements made by those attending. An arrangement of zinnias in an antique container by Miss Emily Powell was Judged the most perfect. A humorous exhibit of a gnome on a miniature wheelbarrow waj made by Col. P. B. McCord. Mrs. Stanley T. Bennett. Mrs, Harry L. West. Mrs. Miles B, Mank, Mrs. Robert S. Gass and Mrs. Prank Y. Gilbert assisted the hostesses in serving ice cream and iced ginger ale. Mrs. Johnson announced that there will be a September meeting, the date to be announced. Others attending were Mrs. John C. Bohnson. Mrs. Louis Crockett. Mrs. Seth P. Clark. Mrs. William M. Stone. Mrs. William E. Barrows, Mrs. Clifton C. Pooler. Mrs. Richard W. Davis. Mrs. William R. Davis, Mrs. Charles R. Olassmlrc. Mrs. John P. Larrabee. Mm. Nettle N. Hamilton. Mrs. Herman B Llbby. Mrs. Georg* A. Doty. Mrs. Kinsley A. Ball. Mrs. D. Kilton Andrew. Mrs. Horace C. Swan, Mrs. Maurice B. Johnson, Mrs. George N. Gardner. Mrs. O. Lloyd Knotta. Mrs H. Files am'. Mrs. Gordon L. Carter. o Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Joseph Lyons Mrs. Joseph Lyons, former presi (dent, was elected president of th* Shaarey Tphiloh Sisterhood to fill the unexplred term of Mri. Lydia Mlnkem. at an Executive Board meeting Wednesday at th« summer home of Mrs. Mlnkem. Old Orchard Beach. Mrs. Mlnkem resigned as she is moving away. The group voted to have the first vice president conduct ail board meetings in the future. Rabbi Morris Bekritsky. will install the officers at the annual installation meeting in October. Irving Rothstein will be master of ceremonies and Mrs. Midred pamper will be in charge of the dessert. Tentative plans were made for the package party In March. Mrs. Philip Resnick will be the adviser and Mrs. Gerald Boxstein and Mrs. Milton Mack, co-chairmen. Mrs. William Jacobs was appointed chairman of the annual Chanukah supper in January. THe group expressed its thanks to Bernard Zade for his help in get- ing a refrigerator for the synagogue. Mrs. Rothstein. Sherman Street. will entertain the Executive Boadi in September. Twenty-five members attended. --9 " Mrs. Margaret Chamberlin won the first prize and Mrs. Angelina Towle the consolation prize in tH* cake walk dance when the Greater Portland Chapter of Gold Star Mothers met Wednesday in tfie Paul Mallia Post Home. The group made plans to attend the field day of the Androscoggin Chapter to be held Sunday. Aug. 21. Lewiston Fifteen attended. Th« group will meet Wednesday evf- nlng, Aug. 24, In the Paul MallU Post Home. Mrs Rae R Glnssford, Prances Street, president of the Portland Department of Classroom Teachers, has returned from Machlas where she attended the Leaders' Conference sponsored by t h e Maine Teachers Association at Washington State Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lynch (Alyce Cook). Baltimore, announce the birth of a daughter. Candee, Aug. 8 in John Hopkins Hospital. Grandparents are Mrs J. Raymond Lynch, Concord Street. Herman P Cook, Forest Avenue, and Mrs Cook, Congress Street. Mrs. Albert W. Knight entertained the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Congress old A Virgin. Mrs. Eva M. Curtis, ence G. McCann. Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Frederick A. Laird. Miss Flor- Street Methodist Church at the Hallet. Mrs. Mary E Munson, Mrs. final summer outing Wednesday at Fred R. Millett, Miss Ann Hugher summer home, Panther PondJgard. Mrs. Clarence Norton, Mrs. A social followed the luncheon. Thosr attending were Mrs Charles A Holden, Mrs. Joseph K. Tiuc. Mrs. Joseph Curran, Mrs Harold S. Lowell, the Rev and Donald Hall and daughter, Ruth Ann, Roanoke Falls, N. C., Mrs. Charles Nites and daughter, Nancy. Flushing, Long Island. N Y. Mrs. Thelma James and Robert, Mrs. Ernest C. Flood and Royce Laura, Janice and Sandra Lowell, and Jane, Mrs. John C. Curran Mrs. I Paul Doane and daughters, and Mary Jo; Mrs. Augustus Rick-Marilyn, Nancy and Linda. Mrs er. Mrs. John Toderlco and daugh- Robert E. Rowe and Mrs. Lewi' ters. Judith and Carol, Mrs. Har- M. Watson. It's first come, first save! Save up to 65% This Week at Lancaster LANCASTER'S AUGUST FURNITURE SALE Buy now and save on quality homefurnishings at Lancaster . . . Top-notch Lancaster quality . . . at a fraction of their actual value . . . Don't miss it -- our greatest disposal sale in years. Budget terms if you like. ancaster «^^"MAKER of HNE F 240 Middle SI. Portland JEWS PA PER I NFWSPAPF.R!

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