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   Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - August 11, 1968, Cumberland, Maryland                                CmnhtfUnd Sunday Times Sunday Auttist 111968 MetzBrashear Vows Recited On July 28 DEXNISON STLD10 MRS PAUL EDWARD METZ Nee Patricia Ann Brashear Central High Schools 43 ClassPrepares For Reunion Final plans were formulated and committees selected for the 25th anniversary of the graduation of Catholic Girls Central High School class of 1943 at a meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs James Hallinan Buckingham Road The celebration will be in the form of a dinner at the AH Gbaa Shrine Country Club August 31 Mrs Eugenia Spa no Sturtz will be tbastmis tress The invocation is to be given by Rev John U Lyness The informal program wDl feature thumb nailhistories of the preceding years Categories selected for priz es were selected They are to the one having the most chil dren the one coming from the furtherest distance the one changed the least one chang ed the most with the oldest child and the youngest baby September 1 Mr and Mrs Scarpelli will entertain with a brunch at their home following attendance at the 11 am Mass Mrs Philomenia DeArcan gelis Bender and Mrs Mar garet DeArtingelis Amen are cochairmen of arrangements Mrs Jane LW McCreary treasurer Mrs Margaret Mc Mahon Scarpelli prizes and Mrs Dorothy Sell Hallinan publicity Acceptances have been re ceived from about a dozen of the class of 24 Spring flowers were used throughout the house and refreshments serv ed Also attending were Mrs Joan Ruppert Lancaster Mrs Mary Ryan Prender gast Mattingly and Mrs Phyllis Brown McWhirter NoilDancing King GRAND JUNCTION Colo Girls League of Grand Junction high school sponsored a dance and chose a member of the football squad as king But the king John Puckett cocaptain of the foot ball team last season was unable to dance His leg was in a cast from an injury your best buy lor backtoschool Pft Samsonite9 SATURN Luggage Wens iAOSuitsr S31E3 Mnt ThresSjiier Wedding vows were ex changed July 28 by Miss Patricia Ann Brashear and Paul Edward Metz The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev Mere dith H Henderson in the First Baptist Church of Western port Mrs Elaine Koch or ganist accompanied Richard Rinard vocalist Mr and Mrs Mauley Bra shear Westernport are the parents of the bride The bridegroom is the son of Mrs Lillian Metz Westernport and the late William F Metz Sr Given in marriase by her father the bride wore a gown of chantilly lace and silk peau styled with a scalloped sahriua neckline and bodice The Vic torian pannier skirt revealed tiers of chantilly lace which extended to a full chapel train A cluster of matching lace and seed pearls held a threetiered bouffant French illusion veil which fell to the shoulders She carried a mantilla bouquet of Eucharis lilies and caladi um leaves mounted on a prayer book The bride wore a single strand of pearls a gift of the bridegroom Mrs Patricia Bosley of Luke was matron of honor Brides maids were Miss Sandra Mil ler and Mrs Virginia Melz of Baltimore and Mrs Janice Metz Westernport Junior bridesmaid was Miss Joanna Brashear of Westernport Flower girl was Sheila Johnson of Barton Gary Bosley of Luke was best man L7shers were Wil liam Metz Jr Patrick Mc Connell John McConnell and George Metz all of Western port Gary Johnson Barton was ringbearer A reception followed at the KellyMansfield Post in Pied mont Mrs Nellie Inskeep aunt of the bride cut the cake which was served by Mrs Dorothy Wittenben sister of the bridegroom Also the bridegrooms sisters Mrs Sally Koch and Mrs Wilma Mancuso served punch Guests were registered by Mrs Jeanne Carder For travel to Virginia Beach the bride selected a brown and white printed jersey dress with white accessories and a UK corsage lifted from her bou quet The bride is a graduate of Bruce High School Mr Metz a graduate of Bruce High School is em ployed by the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company The couple resides at 468 Spruce Street in Westernport Out of town guests were present from Washington New York Akron Ohio Greens burg Pa Laurel Baltimore Detroit and Florida Bus Route Listed For August Picnic The bus schedule to take members of the SeniorCiti zens Social Retirement Club to the picnic August 17 is an nounced by W W Dunlap fi nancial secretary The picnic is to beat SS Peter and Paul picnic grounds Mason Road A Quesn City bus will begin picking up senior citizens who wish to go to the picnic at am on Majy Street Stops will be made on Laing Avenue at Keechs Drug Store South Street Second Street Oldtown Road Louisiana Ave nue Blackiston Avenue Mas sachusetts Avenue Grant Street Gleason Street Maple Street to First Street The bus will then travel to Somerville Avenue to Second Street Werripe Drive Penn Avenue Fifth Street Grand Avenue Virginia Avenue to Boone Street Cresap Slree to Indus trial Boulevard to Elks Home It will then proceed to the John F Kennedy Homes Frederick Street and Decatur Street and Baltimore Avenue The bus will pick up any senior citizen along the route to the SS Peter and Paul pic nic grounds A second trip will be made if the first does not accomodate those wishing to attend L G Athev Miss McGoy Wed Yesterday J Pleasant GroveUnited Meth odist Churchwas he setting yesterday for the wedding of Miss Betty Jo McCoy daugli daughler of Mr and Mrs Wal ter W McCoy Sr Bedford and Carry Clifton Athey sou of Mr and Mrs Carl Athey RO 2 city The double ring service was performed by Rev Joseph Gardiner Mrs Max Zembow er provided traditionalmusic Escorted to thealtar by her father the bride wore a street length while redingote gown with scooped neckline and high empress Her should erlength veil was capped by a crown of seed pearlf and crystal trim She carried an oldfashioned nosegay of white carnations and daisies Mrs Eileen McCoy cily was matron of honor for her sisterinlaw Best man was Walter W McCoy Jr city brother of the bride Seating guests was John S McCoy Bedford bro ther of the bride A reception followed in the church social hall Mrs Grace Ileavncr aunt of the bride groom presided at the punch bowl Mr and Mrs Thomas Wagner uncle and aunt of the bride serred the cake Mrs Carol Twigg sister of the bridegroom registensi thf guests For travel the bride wore a blueand white jerseydress with white accessories and white carnations lifted froni her bouquet A graduate of Bedford High School the bride is employed by The CreditBureau of Cum berland Inc Mr Athey is a graduate of Fort Hill HighSchoolHaving completed his Naval service he is employed in the Register of Wills Office Allegany Coun ty Court llouse Mr and Mrs Alhey will re side in their new home pn RD 4 Mexico Farms Vows Exchanged Friday STUDIO MRS LARRY CLIFTON ATHEY Nee Hetty jo McCoy STUDIO MRS FREDERICK L McMlLLAN Nee Diane Kay Watson Trinity Methodist Church wasthe setting for the Friday wedding of Miss Diane Kay Watson and Frederick L Mc Millan Rev Louis Emerick per formed the double ring ser vice Donna Stouffer organ ist accompanied vocalist Jane Sinith Mr and Mrs David Watson 1824 Bedford Street are the parents of the bride Mr Mc Millan 616 Montreal Avenue is the son of Mrs Raymond H Hershberser Baltimore Given in marriage hy her father the bride wore a long gown of chantilly lace which feil from an empire waistline accented by smooth rayon or jianza panels at both sides The sleeves were fashioned of short poufs of matching lace which also framed the remov able train A cabbage rose headpiece held the bouffant veil of imported bridal illusion She carried a colonial nose gay of while daisies yellow sweetheart roses and pink car nations Nancy Dicken cousin of the bride was maid of honor Sister of the bride Sharon Watson and cousin ofthe bride Leslie Dicken were bridesmaids Karen Brobst cousin of the brtde was flower girl All are from Cum berland Michael McMillan city was his brothers best man Ushers were Ronnie Elkins Cumber land and Wendell Derner Corriganville A reception followed in the church social hall with Mrs Evelyn Kuykendall and Mrs Gertrude Moreland cutting the cake Mrs Paul Appel served punch Mis Judy Watson cousin of the bride registered guests For a trip to Pennsylvania the bride chose a beige and gray linen dress with beige roll at West Virginia Univer accessories sity this fall A graduate of Fort Hill High The couple will reside in School Mr McMillan will en Morganlosvn And BillythKicT Bring You CARLSBAD CANVAS ser BRIDGE RESULTS zcey Fed My 2 To Mr Mitch Scores of recent games in the area include Westernport Club played August 2 average 63 Northsouth Mrs Adah Sa piro and Mrs Berhadine Cha ney Mrs Kathleen Po land and Mrs Elaine Walsh 71 Mr and Mrs Charles Wiltison Eastwest Mrs Lucile Sis son and Mrs Paul Laffey 792 Mrs Sue Halterman and Mrs Burns Bsrr Jr 71 Mr and Mrs Jack Fazenbaker 69 Romney Club played August 3 average 18 Mr and Mrs George 21 Virginia Pancake snd Syi vanus Carr tied Mrs Zella Vetter and Mrs Eliza beth Hott i Keyser Club played Mon day average 110 Northsouth Mrs Barnett Leibowitz and Dr Paul Cas telle 137 Mrs Hazel Stanley and Mrs J D Paddleford 127i Mrs George Ours and George F Bottoi 123i Mrs George F Bottorf and Georse Ours 122 Mrs Ancela truck and Mrs Elaine 120 Eastwest James Arbogast and John Dawson I23lv Mrs Kathryn Moomau and Mrs Burns Barr Jr 12Vz Mrs Rachael Welton and Mrs Eliz abeth Hott 123 Mrs Paul Frase and Mrs Donald Con and Mrs nor USi Mr Charles Warnick Potomac Valley Cfub played Tuesday average 84 Northsonth Dr Paul Cas telle and J D Paddleford 104 2 Miss Rose Jackson and Miss Alice Stakem 89V2 Mrs A J Feigus and Mrs Arthur Friedland 82 East west Mrs Barnett Leibowitz and C William DaiJey 114 Mr and Mrs R William Holt 94 Mrs Charles Loush and Mrs Louis Wain gold no South Branch Club played Wednesday North south average 72 Mrs Hazel Stanley and Cyrus F Davidson 95 Mrs Rachael Welton and Mrs Jean Halter man 742 Mr and Mrs Rob ert Marshall 68V4 Eastwest average 63 Mr and Mrs George Ours 75 Mrs Sue Halterman and Syl vanus Carr 69 Mrs Agnes Laughlin and Mrs Clara fey 68 Western Maryland Club spe cial winners game played Continued on Page 29 27 Mrs Rhea Stephen Keyser announces the marriage of her daughter Nancy Louise to Michael E Mitch Millersville Md The double ring ceremony was solemnized July 27 at G race United Methodist Church in Keyser by Hev Harry P Light Jr Attend ants were Mrs Shirley May bury sister of the bride and James Mitch brother of the bridegroom The son of Mrs Alvin Sladich Mr Mitch is a bio logy teacher at Brooklyn Park High School Glen Burnie Mrs Mitch teaches com mercial subjects at Brooklyn Park High School Following a trip to Cape Cod at Hyannis Port Mass the couple will establish resi dence at 1019 Cayer Drive Glen Burnie Measure Made to fit superbly Our taut stTmeut usual the sctian jljcksl So right for busy boys who want real comfort when they SplfnttrVtatte to rough housing have i specially reinforced knee for added ir yet have J talent for staying In handsomi and hardy blend of 50 combed cotton Dark Brown BrownGreen Dark Blue Cold Sizes 6 to 12 S Sizes 25 to 32 Regulars and Slims JACK n JILL The Fashion Twins Downtown 37 Baltimore St Cumberland West in the arcade Sears town The Juggage chosen specially for the US Olympic team this year Saturn is rugged Scuff and stainresistant body of tough polypropylene Locks recessed out of barms way in the distinctive ChannelCard Frame of lightweight aerometaJ Cushioncomfort handle that retracts Saturn will take all you need Spacious compartment1 that pack fiat Your choice of colors that refuse to fade Get Saturn and get going its one luggage to take when youre going for years EASY CREDIT TERMS 41 Baltimore St 7227250 SUMMER 250 SUMMER DRESSES 3 and DRESSES JERSEYS SHORTS SKIRTS BLOUSES Of f BACK TO SCHOOL with Bobbie Brooks Junior Vogue and Eostmore 164 N Centre St Open Monday fhru Thursday 9 to FridaySaturday 9 to 5 Fashions Newest Macs are HardCore Hardware Buffs Leave it to you to know whats new and leave it to Connie to bring you the mocs going this Pal Hardcore hard ware and mock turtle make the scene in these hand sewn mocs A The antique silver look in Brown Antique Mock Turtle in cordovan B in Seventeen 10 Matching shoulder and sport Handbags from 2 A Use oir convenient fayaway or Your First National or Mellon Bank Charge Account o IIS Britifftre St tavratiffR Cumberland   

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