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Portland Press Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1951, Portland, MaineSection six Portland sunday Telegram and sunday press Herald Portland Maine May 13, 1951 a nature walk in May v every Spring for Many yearn members of the Stanton Bird club of Lewiston Auburn enjoy nature Iracks. These photos Here taken in a recent Early morning excursion along the River Road Leniston. Enthusiastic members Rise with the Sun in order to spot a Ortr Bird identify n budding specimen or take Home a flu to it Nevious collection. Above left to Are my it file t. Find mis. Of Auburn find . T hot Iraj a. Tif Lett Islon. Lewiston women s club elect officers during past week Lewiston May Payne Louisfell retiring Regent i iffy of Aubin stand f on the plump of in Tyrl Pine estimated at. Over kill years to take n picture of a Bird Thich has conveniently firn ird pm n inn him it. Above. Miss Mary j. Ramsdill of a Shotin study ing n i Lynip no she Mil u ill sern lady of the Slanton bin i an on Birds Linnet and u tiler on sin it hand. Ramsi Jill is holding n Ted women s clubs of Lewiston and Auburn have elected officers this past week including the philharmonic club Friday evening. New officers for this group Are miss Audrey president mrs. Pauline Getchell and mrs. Helen Spooner vice presidents miss bet Avjean Davis and miss Mildred White secretaries miss Elizabeth Litchfield treasurer mrs. Marion Spallino. Re tiring president a Nitor and miss Helen Watson librarian. Mary Dillingham chapter Dar elected mrs. Harry w. Re pent mrs. Devight h. Edwards vice Regent miss Sarah l. Staples and mrs. Blinn w. Russell secretaries mrs. Levi h. Curtis registrar mrs. George h. Barron. His Torian miss Florence l. Judkins librarian mrs. Samuel Woodbury treasurer mrs. George p. Pulse Fer Poland chaplain mrs. Marian i Tours and cruises California Canadian Rockies Glacier Park Yellowstone Yellowstone Colorado Miami Beach Tours term via Mussaf and Havana West Sims cruses Montreal ind Gaspe Tol is Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Park ask far f no hrs Portland tourist co. Lit blah Street trl Johnne 3-5424 mrs. Arthur e. Gilmour and mrs. Samuel Stoddard Board of management. Hartshorn class. Miss Margaret Jordan president mrs. E. P. Web Ster vice president mrs. Paul bean treasurer mrs. Norman Litchfield. Secretary mrs. E. E. Parker. Mrs. W. Scott Libbey and mrs. Winslow Durgin. Program committee. Abdiel club. Mrs. Robert p. Woodward president mrs Harry Dillingham. Vice president mrs. Irving Foster Secretary and mrs. Michael Lawton treasurer. Sur Vivanee Francaise. Mrs. An ton e Mainente. President miss Bernadette Dumont vice presi Dent miss Carmelle Boucher and mrs. Arthur Charest secretaries miss Melida Dugal. Treasurer miss Zelphat Collet assistant. Rho Tau Sigma mrs. Ellen Rousseau president mrs. James a. Elliott vice president mrs. Donald Kenney. Secretary mrs. Stanley Crossley. Treasurer and mrs. Fannie Pendexter program chairman. Mrs Delia Copley of Truro. Nova Scotia is spending the summer with her daughters. Mrs. J Charles Locke and mrs. Francis Mosher of Topsham. J miss Nancy Ann Barker and i miss Nancy Connors students at Westbrook Junior College Are spending the week end with their parents. Or. And mrs. Walter d. Barker and or. And mrs. Edward Connors of Farmington. Stanton Bird club holds t tree planting Friday at Bates Lewiston. May 12. Stanton. Meeting of the season. She Dis Bird club members had a Busy week in Lewiston Auburn with a nature walk a meeting and its annual tree planting. This last was held at 7 a. M. Friday on the Bates College Campus with Lewiston Public school children participating in a program of dedicatory songs and poems under the direction of teachers and club members. A French Lilac was planted near the end of Chase Hall after which the children had breakfast on mount David before going to school. Miss Florence a. Nelson. Liver More talked on Moths and butterflies before the club at its mounted specimens of rare tropical and native butterflies. The nature walk which was under the direction of miss Mary j. Ramsdell miss Arietta Richardson and mrs. C. E. Norton was held on the Shore of the an Dro Scoggin River which is reached through Riverside cemetery Lewiston. Birds seen or heard were the Chipping song and White throated sparrows Robin Starling Dove purple Finch Crow Flicker Black Duck Heron Gull Phoebe and downy Woodpecker. Flora noted included Pussy toes dandelion Moss Pink Jill run Over the ground Equisetum Bluet red trillium Witch Hazel wild strawberries and Anemone. 100th anniversary to tar i a Fine watch front Merrill s for pack Philippe Hamilton Universal Geneve Elgin Concord Girard Perregaux Eterna Movado and a a i ssi Hundred three Congress Street Portland Auburn Sisters married mrs. Gerard Richard left the former Lorraine Chabot and mrs. Fernand Ouellette the former Irene Chabot who were mar ried in a joint ceremony. May 5. In sacred heart Church a Burn. The brides Are daughters of mrs. Marianna Chabot of the Poland Road. Auburn. Mrs. Richard will live at Portland where her husband is employed. He is the son of mrs. Pauline Richard 6 Allen Avenue Portland and was educated at Jay. Mrs. Ouellette will live at 137 Horton Street. Lewiston. And her husband is the son of Edmond Ouellette 14 Maple Street Lewiston. Laflamme photo Bath social letter cosmopolitan Garden club to elect officers monday Bath May will be riders and auxiliaries of Maine As elected at the annual meeting of j delegates from the Bath auxiliary the cosmopolitan Garden at Rockland. Monday afternoon. On the Nomi i recently elected officers of the rating committee Are mrs. Wil i woman s to be conducted society of Christian at and mrs. Cleo oilman. Special decorations Are being planned at the clubhouse arranged by mrs. Doris Billington mrs. Charles messenger mrs. Vena Noble and mrs. Marion Bailey. Refreshments will be served by mrs. Bertha Davis mrs. Jennie Knight mrs. Marjorie Whitney mrs. Maud Macdonald. And mrs. Vivian Brown. The annual Mother daughter dinner sponsored by the lionesses will take place at 6.30 o clock thursday evening at hotel Sedge Wick with a dinner and evening program. Arrangements for the annual affair Are being made under the direction of mrs. Theodore Watson and mrs. A. George Moses. Professor Herbert Ross Brown Bowdoin College will address members and guests of the Bath teacher s club thursday evening at a dinner meeting in hotel Eagle. Brunswick. Main Street revisited will be his subject. May Fellowship Day will be observed Friday by the Bath coun cil of Church women with an evening program and meeting at Winter Street congregational Church. Mrs. Harold Walker of Corliss Street Baptist Church is general chairman. Mrs. Floyd Carter and mrs. Oscar Tanguay will attend the an Nual convention of letter car Wesley methodist Church. Sun Day. June 3, officers to be in stalled in the service conducted by the Rev. C. Clifford Sargent will be mrs. Willard Mclean presi Dent mrs. Jennie Walker vice president mrs. Stanley Hunter recording Secretary and mrs. An Drew m. Butterfield. Treasurer. Mrs. Bess Dougherty. Mrs. Fern Stewart mrs. Judd Dewitt and mrs. Clement Briggs Houlton at tended a red Cross meeting and the Maine Camp and Council service committee meeting held at the Bangor state Hospital wednesday. Free a Chance to the Maytag automatic in your own Home without any obligation or Cost on your part Yon May buy in automatic Washer in the next 2 Yean in shown a you the Maytag automatic now we will be bid Dine for that business later. Phone 3-6641 wedded in Lewiston pvt. And mrs. O. Owen Burns the former Natalie a. Anger. Were married May 3 in St. Joseph s rectory Lewiston. After a wedding trip the bridegroom will return to Camp Atterbury ind., and the Bride will remain at Home of her parents. Or. And mrs. Albert j. Angell Turner. Private Burns is the son of or. And mrs. Graydon o. Burns 14 Cleveland Avenue Auburn. Roy photo Keefe s Maytag store 948 Forest Avenue fops am girl weds sergeant Topsham. May a Home Cne Mony at the Shullen Bargor wedding at 2 o clock this after Home. Noon. Miss Hazel Irene Shellen-1 t up a trip Wal p a Taupe crops Barger became the Bride of Ani Henry s. Libby Usa of Camp following a wedding trip the Stewart a. The Rev. Gerald a couple will reside in Georgia. Seals of the United Baptist the brie is lip daughter of Church performed the Anri mrs Bird u Shellen at the Home of the Bride s Par Barker. She attended the Morse March was High strhol. Bath and Lias been Jacqueline met at the w. T. Grant do Calfe and the soloist was mrs part mint store. Bath. She is a Walter Upham of Bath sister of member of the Topsham United the Bride. Baptist Church and Topsham the Bride wore a gown of White Nylon Marquisette fashioned with fitted bodice round Yoke with Short sleeves and Long lace mitts and full skirt. Her fingertip length veil was caught into a Crown of natural White Sweet peas and lilies of the Valley. She car ried a Shower bouquet of White snapdragons and Sweet peas. Mrs. Robert Savage of Bruns Wick sister of the Bride served As Matron of Honor wearing a floor length gown of Salmon Pink embroidered organdy with a Coronet of natural yellow Daisy. Albert Libby. Bowdoinham. Brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. The reception followed sgt. Libby attended Topsham Anri Brunswick schools and served three years in the army of occupation in Japan and Korea. He is stationed at Camp Stewart ga., a member of the Brunswick unit of the National guard. The arts group of the Bruns Wick Branch. American association of University women Wil hold an out door sketching class on tuesday afternoon under the direction of the instructor miss Helen Varney. The group will meet at the Hollmann princes Point Road and will a guests of mrs Walter p. Holl the Tinann at Tea. Following the class. 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