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Former Washington Girl Wed
In Heidelberg to Army Officer
Now on their honeymoon in Switzerland are Maj. Merle Landry Carey,
U. S. A., and Mrs. Carey, who were married yesterday at 5 o'clock in
Mrs. Carey, before her marriage, was Miss Sarah Lyon Rising, daugh
ter of Col. Harry- N. Rising. Ordinance Department. U. S. A., and Mrs.
Rising of Aberdeen Proving Ground, formerly of Washington. Maj. Carey
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carey of Marlboro, Mass.
The engagement of Miss Rising to Maj. Carey was announced in July
and Miss Rising sailed on the 5th of September for Germany on the S. S.
i upnn jsnccson. sne was tne guest
| during her stay in Heidelberg of
Maj. Gen. and Mrs. William R.
Schmidt, who are old friends of her
The ceremony took place in
Providence Church and was followed
by a reception in the quarters of
Gen. and Mrs. Schmidt.
Wearing a gown of ivory satin
made with a train, the bride was
escorted and given in marriage by
Gen. Schmidt. Her veil was draped
from a cap of rosepoint lace and
the prayer book which she carried
wras the one carried by her grand
mother at her wedding. It was over
laid with orchids for yesterday's
Gen. and Mrs. Schmidt's daugh
ter, Miss Helen Schmidt, was the
maid of honor*and Maj. Phillip
Royce, U. S. a., was best man.
Ushers who assisted in seating the
guests were Col. Waynesboro. Maj.
Natzel, Maj. Dilworth, Maj. Hines,
Col. Drain and Maj. Huguenin, all
United States Army officers sta
tioned with Maj. Carey.
Mrs. Carey attended National
Cathedral School and Skidmore
College at Saratoga Springs, and
Maj. Carey'is a graduate of the
United States Military Academy,
class of 1943. The couple will live
in Bamberg. Germany, where Maj.
Carey is stationed. *
Miss Beverly Heacock, daughter of i
Comdr. and Mrs. Lyman D. Heacock 1
of Rockville, became the bride of Lt.
Waldo W. Brooks, jr.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Brooks of the Eastern Shore of
Maryland, September 4. The cere
mony was performed in Christ Epis
copal Church in Rockville, the Rev,
Raymond Black officiating.
Comdr. Heacock escorted his
daughter and gave her in marriage.
Her wedding gown was of cream
color satin trimmed with seed pearls
and her headdress of the satin and
pearls held her veil. Her bouquet
was a white orchid surrounded by
white roses and stephanotis.
Miss Alma Cooksy w'as maid of
honor and the bridesmaids were
Miss Nancy Heacock, sister of the
bride, and Miss Betty Jo Marshall.
The maid of honor wore American
beauty faille and carried yellow
roses and the others were dressed
in aqua taffeta frocks and carried
Dr. Theodore Gray, brother-in
law of the bridegroom, was his best
man and the ushers were Mr. Don
Bolt, Mr. Walter W. Bowljng, jr.,
and Mr William Fennell.
Mrs. Jesse Lee Webb has gone to
St. Petersburg, Fla., to visit her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Delmar Evans Webb. Her son
is manager of the field office of;
the Social Security Administration j
in St. Petersburg.
Mrs. Webb will return to her1
home in this city in October.
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he’s also in a wheelchair—recover
ing from polio.
* * * *
Teresa Wright says she wants to!
be a director . . . Hunt Stromberg.!
jr., and Paula Stone are taking their
play, ’’The Red Mill,” to London for
Christmas week. And they will do a
command performance for the king
and queen . . . When you see “Gal
lant Bess.” starring Gallant Bess,
Marshall Thompson, Jim Davis and
George Tobias, you will see Metro’s
first feature in the new cinecolor.
It looks like & strong threat to tech
nicolor . . . Joan Crawford wears
spectacles nearly all the way through
“Humoresque.” She is supposed to
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Mrs. El-Khouri, wife of the Presi
of the Lebanese Republic, was the
guest in whose honor Mrs. Charles
Malik, wife of the Minister of that
country, entertained at luncheon
The party was given in the Lega
tion and the other guests included
Senora de Espinoso de los Monteros,
Mrs. Cost! K. Zurayk, wife of the
Syrian Charge d'Affaires; Mrs. Loy
Henderson. Mrs. Gordon Merriam,
Mrs. Stanley Woodward, Miss
Angela N. M. Jurdak, attache of
the Lebanese Legation; Mrs. Elias
David, Mrs. Ameen Haddad, Mrs.
Ayond Rizik, Mrs. Joseph Rizik,
Mrs. Joseph Sedo, Mrs. Karem
Saleeby. Mrs. John A. Koury, Mrs.
Rhoda Syufd, Mrs. Badra Asnan,
Mrs. Henri Bassoul, Mrs. Charles
Saah, Mrs. Aflf Tannous, Mrs.
James T. Duce. Mrs. Martin Vogel,
Mrs. Habib Kurani and Miss Hugu
ette Khouri. daughter of the Presi
dent and Mrs. El-Khouri.
Mrs. Witt Hostess
At Luncheon Eete
A luncheon was given at the May
lower yesterday by Mrs. Frederick
Witt in honor of her house guest,
Mrs. John Milladge of Los Angeles,
vho is here for a short stay with
ver son, Maj. Henry L. Milledge.
Yesterday's guests included Mrs.
John R. Steelman. Mrs. Wilson
Wyatt, Mrs. John D. Small, Mrs.
Leslie R. Groves, Mrs. Peter Ans
cerry, Mrs. William Henry Watson.
Mrs. Charles Rayner and Mrs.
Edward Campion Acheson.
Mrs. Mason Weds
Mrs. Blanche Andrews Mason,
daughter of Mrs. John Taylor Alex
ander of Los Angeles and the late
Dr. L. V. Andrews, and widow of
Mr. Richard Nelson Mason of the
Gunston Hall School of Washing
ton, was married Thursday to Mr.
Theodore Cogswell of Washington.
The ceremony took place in St.
Patrick’s Church. Richmond with
only members of the immediate
family present. The bride’s small
daughter, Elizabeth Nelson Mason,
was the only attendant.
Mr. Cogswell, son of Mrs. Mar
garet E. Cogswell of this city, is
the Register of Wills for the District
of Columbia and has only recently
been released from active duty as
a colonel in the Army.
On their return October 20th
from a wedding trip to the West
Coats, Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell will
be at home at 2902 North Glebe
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon WolpofT of
this city have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Millicent Louise WolpofT, to Mr.
Norman Gitomer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Gitomer. The wedding
will take place October 20.
Miss WolpofT is a junior at George
Washington University. Her fiance
is a graduate of the School of Phar
macy of George Washington Uni
Mrs. Lee to Speak
Mrs. Elinor Lee, director of wom
en's activities for the Columbia
Broadcasting System at Station
WTOP, will be guest speaker at a
meeting of the Potomac Business
and Professional Women’s Clut
Tuesday evening. Following serv
ing of buffet supper at 6:30 p.m.
Mrs. Lee will speak on "Women In
The meeting will be held at the
home of Miss Frances B. Hall, 1435
Girard street N.W.
To Hold Seminar
A journalism seminar will inaugu
rate the first fall session of the
National Capital Chapter of Theta
Sigma Phi, honorary fraternity of;
women journalists, at 7:30 p.m. Wed-;
nesday in Room F of the United
States Chamber of Commerce build
Alice Watts Hostetler will be mod
erator for the seminar series which
will be held monthly throughout the
winter and spring. She is a former
Washington newspaper woman and
is now active in Montgomery County
Miss Nadine Golladay, newly
elected president, will open the semi
nar. She will be assisted by the
newly elected club officers: Maj.
Gretchen Thorpe, WAC, first vice
president; Miss Helen Pundt of the
OPA, second vice president; Miss
Bernice Strawn of the State De
partment, secretary, and Mrs.
Claire Sifton, free-lance public re
lations counsel, treasurer.
Miss Mary Burnham will admin
ister plans for the seminar series.
Round of Parties
Miss Penelope Barton of Alex
andria, whose marriage to Comdr.
Alto Paddock will take place this
afternoon in St. Paul’s Church.
Alexandria, has been given a whirl
of parties in the past few days.
Following the wedding rehearsal
last evening Mrs. Charles Marsh
Shepperson entertained the bridal
party, the guests including Mrs.
Armistead Jones Mauptn of Salis
bury, N. C., and Miss Jenifer Barton,
sisters of the bride-elect; Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Paddock of Port
Washington, Long Island, brother
and sister-in-law of the bride
groom-elect; Mrs. William Thomas
Davis, Miss Marjorie Garvey, Miss
Gertrude Lyndenberg of Steuben
ville, Ohio: Comdr. Frank Slason,
Comdr. Albert Lewis. Comdr. Ste
phen Sherwood. Mr. Victor Barton,
Comdr. Sherwood Dodge. Lt. Col.;
Edwin Donley and several score
This evening after the wedding re
ception and when the couple will
have left for their wedding trip,
Mrs. Richard Royall Baker will en
tertain the members of the bridal
party remaining in town.
Earlier in the week Miss Barton
was given a miscellaneous shower!
with Miss Marie Chamberlain as the
hostess, and another hostess who en- |
tertained in honor of the bride-'
elect was Mrs. James Barnett, who
gave a shower party Tuesday.
Y oung-U Inter
A recent bride is Miss Genevieve
Mae Ulmer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Ulmer of Dawson,
Nebr., whose marriage to Mr.
Herbert Lee Young, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Young of Washington,
took place last week. Chaplain
Alva J. Brasted, U. S. A., retired,
officiated at the double ring cere
mony which was held in the bride
The bride’s only attendant was
Mrs. Charles Seal, a cousin of the
bridegroom, whose husband served
as best man. Following the reception
the couple left for a short honey
moon to West Virginia and upon
their return will make their home
Mr. Young, who is now attending
Southeastern University here, has
been active in 4-H work in Marshall
County for a number of years and
in 1939 won national honors in
home beautification at the National
4-H Club Congress in Chicago. He
was discharged in 1945 from the
Army after serving three and one
half years with the Medical Corps
in the 8th and 9th Air Forces in
Sisterhood to Meet
The Bazaar Committee of the
Sisterhood of the B’nai Israel Con-1
gregation will meet at the home of
its chairman, Mrs. Fred Ehrlich,
5121 Illinois avenue N.W., on Mon
The sisterhood will hold its mem
bership luncheon October 14. Mrs.
Trochinsky is luncheon chairman.
Tea to Fete Teachers
A tea for the teachers of the
Madison School in Falls Church, Va..
will be given by the Sherwood Wom
an's Club of Falls Church Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. How
ard Middleton, 603 Great Falls
Mrs. John F. Depenbrock, presi
dent of the club, and Mrs. S. R.
Dietz will be tea hostesses.
The club wall hold its first meet
ing of the season Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. E. Trott. After the
business session, the program com
mittee will present Mrs. O. Nigh,
who will speak on "Old Glass.”
The engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Sylvia Barsky, to Mr. Gil
i bert Golnick has been announced
jby Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barsky. The
I wedding is to take place February 2.
Choosing of Miss VFW
Takes Place Tomorrow
Choosing of "Miss VFW of 1946"
will take place tomorrow when the
District of Columbia Veterans of
Foreign Wars hold their annual
Gold Chevron Club Frolic at noon
at Jones' Deal Beach, Churchton,
The program, which includes 10
events and a shore dinner and oys
ter roast, will be highlighted with
the choosing of the veterans’ beauty
queen. Transportation will be sup
plied to the beach, with buses leav
ing at 11 a.m. from the Gold Chev
ron Club, 1319 K street N.W.
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COLUMBIA TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION
DEMANDS EMPLOYERS ABROGATE
CONTRACT WITH OTHER
PRINTING TRADE UNIONS
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weeks ot do » v/oS tn siy
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"17. The Union reserves to its mem
bers jurisdiction over all composing
room work OR ANY MACHINERY
OR PROCESS APPERTAINING TO
PRINTING AND THE PREPARA
TIONS THEREFOR, WHEREVER
The acceptance of this clause by the Associ
ation would extend the jurisdiction of the
Typographical Union to all departments and
operations in a printing plant. Alternate pro
posals were suggested by the Union Commit
tee, but it was admitted by its members
that acceptance of any of these would produce
exactly the same result as the Union's original
It is the Association's position that, since it
has valid and binding contracts with other
American Federation of Labor unions repre
senting employees in the bindery, pressroom,
stereotype, electrotype, photo-engraving and
other crafts, it would be a violation of the
National Labor Relations Act, as well as a
breach of these other contracts, for it to sign
a contract with the Typographical Union con
taining the jurisdictional paragraph submitted
GRAPHIC ARTS ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON, 0. C„ INC.
(Employing Union Printers)
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