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I' tWO THE MORNING IIEHAU), HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1931 Weddings .Doings Of Society C-~''jy £r PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. John Slonebrakcr. tho Tor-, Miss Bonnie Hull,-of Cambridge, race, has been calieu to \Ye*i field, Mass., where her mother, Mrs. Henry Kinsman, is very ill. John D. Grooms left, for a visit to Md., is spending a fortnight with her sister, Mrs. E. Ross Brewer, West Washington street- 627 Mrs. Nora R. Claire has returned ! Waynesboro and C'.iarlotu-svilk. Va.j; 0 [ 1Gr home. 240 South Potomac Mr. and Mrs. Mart E. Re? returned to iheir home on Oak Hill avenue, after spending a wec»k at the Chalfoiiie-Ha-idon Hall at Atlantic City. with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. anil Mrs. Lewis Eader, Pittsburgh. James D. Allen spout a fnw days in New York City. While there lie attended the dow show, uml on bis return home he stopped off several Annual Event to Be Held at Masonic Temple March 12 Miss Aline Curtis McGraw, of the Philadelphia School of Design, is spending the week-end with her par- j days in Philadelphia, ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. MeGraw, \ Sast North street. Earl Martin, formerly of tho Air Propeller's Corporation, this city, has been transferred to another branch of the corporation at Pittsburgh. Miss Flora Itidenour, Broadway, spent the week end in Washington with friend". Albert Baltzley is out agian after Mr. and Mrs. their daughter, Ulrich Hearon Phyllis, have and re- being confined to his home several weeks, with illness. j At a meeting of the directors of the Izank Walton League, held at K B. Curl's residence, Broadway, i Thursday night, it was decided to hold the annual banquet, March 12th at the Masonic Temple. From all indications this banquet will far exceed any of their previous affairs. The newly formed Williams- Miss Joyce Wibbcrly, Mulberry turned to their home on North poto-iavcnue, 5a able to be out again after mac street, after spending several !an illness with pleurisy, months in Tampa, Fla. Miss Dorothy Needy. Harrisburg State Teachers' College, and Miss Louise Needy are spending the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .W. H. H. 2 Miss Jane Huth, of the Hahnman and Mrs. J. A- Martin. HI Summit Medical College, Philadelphia, is j avenue, spending the week-end at her home port chapter will assist in helping to make this affair a success. Acceptance has already been received from a number of prominent men out of town. This association j has had a remarkable growth from Frank need, son of Mr. and Mrs. J a small membership of twelve, its W. A. Reed, will be stationed at j membership exceeds three hundred, Fort Howard instead of Panama [ and numbers among its members Canal Zone. j many prominent sportsmen in Wash- —;-r , . , . | ington county, interested in the *- C :^?^^^™*?^\™™e^<>n of wild life and forest j protection: Committee on arrangements: G. Patriotic Concert Planned On Sunday The program for the concert of the Municipal Band which .will be held in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium on Sunday afternon, February 22, Washington's Birthday, is now being' prepared by Prof. Peter Buys, conductor. The program will include patriotic numbers and some new standard compositions, with some real novelties. The concert will bo held in the Y. M. C. A, instead of in Nixon's Academy. A special platform will be built by tho Y. M. C. A. to be used for the band and other organizations. It will be bu:Ui u tiers so that members of the band may be properly Weds Mr. J. Alfred Davies at First Christian Church A very pretty wedding was solemnized in the First Christian Church Sunday morning at 8:30 when Miss Frances Rohrer became the bride of Mr. J. Alfred Davies. The ring ceremony was performed by Rev. William M. Norment in the grouped, those in the rear being! presence of the families and a few higher than those on the front row. Mends of the couple. There will be three tiers and a Tlie bride w as becomingly attired large space in the center for the conductor. It will be about 20 inches high. on js'orth Locust street. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob O. Spouseller, of Washington, D. C. P spent the Miss Peggy Zeigler is ill at her! week end with Marguerite Strite, of iome. Summit avenue, with pleurisy. Clearspring. Miss Mary Dietz, of Washington. D. G., has arrived to nurse the daughter of Patrolman and Mrs. William Hamill, North Mulberry street, who is seriously ill with, pneumonia. Hobercom, E. B. Carl, M. E. Ellinger, D. N. Henson, C. Cromer, H. Mussleman, R, Cook, A. Crampton, F. Bentz, H. Rcisner. ANNOUNCE CAST OF "FOLLOWTHOU IT Pageant To Be Given At Church Of Brethren This Week Miss Dietz is a sister of Mrs. Hamill. Stenographer Benefited For two years I suffered irregularities, frequent headaches and general weakness. I tried various medicines but ail to 'no avaiL I read-about your highly praised medicine, Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, gave ir a trial and obtained wonderful results from it. I am. a stenographer and bookkeeper and I have recommended the Vegetable Compound to other girls who work."—Stella T. Culkosky, 5413 Delaware Street, Gary, lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound - ...j i PinUiafla MeJ« Co. Lynn, Mas<. "LINCOLN SERVICE" IS HELD BY CLASS Judge Frank G. Wagaman Speaks On Life Of Martyred President The special "Lincoln Day" service held by the Men's Popular Bible Class of the First Christian Sunday school yesterday was largely attended, there being 117 regular members and 70 visiting men. The Young Ladies' Bible Class, meeting jointly with the men's class for this service, !iad 7S members present with 69 vis- j itors. This'attendance broke all j previous records of the classes. j The various numbers on the pro-j -;ram were we-11 rendered, especially the lecture on "Lincoln," by the teacher, Judge F. G. Wagaman, which was very interesting. Rev. W. M. Norment, pastor of the church, took part in the program by making a short address on -February being the birth month of many famous Americans, especially honoring .Washington and Lincoln. He con- VALENTINE PARTY Miss Ruth Rohrer was hostess at a Valentine party friends on Friday. to .her little Pretty decorations and appropriate games made it an enjoyable affair. Those present were Ruth Rohrer, Kathleen Caroline Cooper, Dolores McCleary, Betty Foltz, Vaughn, Ermine Kendall, Elizabeth Mowen, Joyce Grimm, Vivian Holden, Gladys Wingert, Betty Lee Snyder, Doris May Foreman, Jeannette Rohrer, Richard Ewiug, Gordon Grimm, Billy Burger, Clyde Higgs, Ralph Higgs, Ralph Hoover, John Vaughn, Homer Moon, Karl Wade Rohrer, Jr., Julia Snyder, Mrs. Hack Sylvia Holden, Holdeu, Mrs. Wage Rohrer, Mr. and Mrs. George Foltz, Mrs. Rose Rohrer, Mrs. Vernon Higgs and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Rohrer. eluded his remarks by presenting | Judge Wagaman with a handsome i i-asket of roses, a tribute of his class, ila honor of his birthday, February ; loth. WED IN NEW YORK PLEASANT VALENTINE MM HELD FRIDAY Misses. Glendora And Frances Harshman Entertain Miss Glendora and Miss Frances Harshman were joint hostesses at a Valentine dance at their home, 1300 Hamilton Boulevard, on Friday. They are the daughters of State's ANTIQUE JEWELRY l > ''Jutt received from estates. AT LESS THAN| HALF THEIR" VALUE A Rare Opportunity See Them JR. BRUCE CARSON Jewel e r Jl New York, Feb. 13. Miss Alice I. Stockslager. So, a nurse, formerly of Hagerstown, Md., and now of I Washington, D. C., and Edward Geo. [Sheppard, 34, "of 221 Sherman Avenue, procured a license to marry at the Municipal Buildiig here today. Attorney J. Lloyd Harshman and Mrs. Harshman. The house was effectively decorated with strings of red hearts and twisted red crepe paper, and lighted by soft red lights. Music was furnished by the "Arabian, Nights," the High School Orchestra, which is a popular one with the young set During the evening various dance contests and special dances made j the affair a,lively one. Refreshments were served later in the evening. With the cast of "Follow Thou Me," Church of the Brethren pageant, about ready to present its parts this Tuesday, "Wednesday and Friday evenings in the auditorium of the educational building at the church, announcement of the characters was made Saturday. Those who will present the pageant are: Elizabeth," attendant to Claudia, Joyce Spitzer; Beatrice, Claudia's niece, Martha Kauffinan; Adah, maid-in-waiting to Claudia, Alice Fogle; Pilate, Roman governor of Juclea, Jay Schaff; Lucius, captain of Pilat's guard, William Byers; Miriam, maid-in-waiting to Claudia, Evelyn Gearhart; Daniel, Jewish scribe to Claudia, Alton Wilson; Seeress, a prophetess, Mary Toms; Anna, a Jewish noblewoman, Marguerite Bostetter; Sara, crippled daughter of Anna, Grace Spitzer; Caiaphas, the high priest. Woodrow Middlekauff; Priest,w ho executes orders of Sanhedran, Wood Middle-, kauff. Roysters are: Harold Burger, Claude Crawford, Paul Horst, Harry Horst Maids-in-waitiug are: Miriam Bostetter, Isabella Lindsay, Helen Strite and Helen Toms. The pageant is being directed by Mr- and Mrs. I- S. Wampler. Music is in charge of Raymond K. Hollinger, and accompanist Miss Louise Beachley. W. C- Conway and Clarke Poole, of the Illuminating department' of the Potomac Edison Company, have been in charge of .light- effects. Doors of tho building will not be open the evenings of the pageant until S o'clock. A total of only about 25 tickets is left for admission any night and no one will be admitted to the auditorium without a ticket. in a navy blue dress with accessories to match and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. Mrs. Davies is the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rohrer, Lexington avenue and is employed at Leiter Brothers. Mr--Davies is the son of Mr. and Mrs- Roland Davies, Spruce street and is employed at the Holler Motor Car Company. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for a short motor trip. They will reside for the present at the home of the groom's par- j ents, 757 Spruce street. Special Services At Bethel Church Rev. Paul E. Cooper Start* Evangelistic Services To Continue For Two Weeks A two weeks series of evangelistic services opened last evening in the Bethel U. B. church, Chewsville, with the pastor, Rev. Paul E. Cooper, preaching. A very good attendance was announced. Special nights will be held during this week. Monday evening will be Family Night; Tuesday, Father's Night: Wednesday, Mother's Night; Thursday, Christian Endeavor Night, when Rev. C. Guy Stambach, pastor of the Salem U B. church of Baltimore and a former pastor, will preach; Friday, Community Night. The following week will be known as Sunday School Week when the various Sunday school classes groups in a body. will attend in At each service there will be special music. Miss Catherine Marker was hostess at a Valentine party, Friday evening at her home on the Cearfoss Pike, to a number of friends. A color scheme of red and white appropriate to Valentine Day was carried out in the decorations and table appointments. Red hearts were attractively arranged throughout the rooms. Cards and unique games furnished the entertainment for the guests. Delectable refreshments were served at a pretty appointed table. The invited guests were: Misses Ruth Morin, Virginia Martin, Louise McKinsey, Louise Dellinger, Mary Payton, Madeline Lancaster, Dorothy Hahn, Helen Marker, Louise Schlotterbeck, Katherine Foltz, Martha Marker; Messrs. Robert Gable, Lloyd Mills, Harold Messersmith, Robert Lindsey, Earl McCauley, . Nevin Shank, Melvin. Shellman, Orville Hill, Willis Routzahn and James Marker. 18 HELD BY CLASS Men's Bible Class Of Baptist New York. j Miss Stockslager was born in Ha! gerstown, the daughter of Charles ! and Alico Stockslager. Mr. Shep- I parn, who is the son of John and Margaret Hennessy Sheppard, was I born in Brunswick, Ga. They will be married February 24, in j Tlle invlted gliests were the Misses Sarah Leiter, Jane Lindsay, Bertha Jenkins, Helen Lewis, Lucille Kirk, Dorothy Jones, Verona Fleigh, June Kuhn, Josephine Saxten, Elea- New southern resort and early spring colors in stockings Harmonizing with your neweit frocks in "th* Kay of Sea nor Hiedwohl, Betty Smith, Dorothy Loy and Roy Danzer, Bill Sager, Bill Biever, Mitchell Wagaman, Albert Rosenberger, Allan Sutter, Paul Horst, Robert Nichols, Kenneth Ridenour, Fred Faulkner, Robert Taylor, Hugh Middlekauff, Marion Jacobs, Richard Heleine, Hugh Crafton, Robert Flelgh, Casey Cochran, John Spangler, Buck Boyer and Wil liam Klingaman. — for tiie all white or white *nd color sports entemble. And for the beige and brown Spring ensemble. Cafe — for the costumes in Spring-blues and greens; as well as the new yellow-gold, Terrace— to be worn with pink and the new w watermelon" jhade*. Also with the new print* in grey, beige, or pink tones. Night Club — an evening stocking color of the most delicate fieth tint — suitable for any evening gown of the season* Then there is Twilight Moon — an important new color in the • ill important off-white lints. Created to be worn with formal afternoon aa well as evening clothe* ... And Pebble — for the all white tporU ensemble — the light reptile lhoo»— al«o for the very light pastels. Gordon BENTZ & DUNN MOTHERS, we are offering 10 % reduction . on Layettes. KIDDIE KLOTHES SHOP Adv. Full Fashion Women's SILK HOSIERY — Chiffon or Service Weight • $1.00 ARROW SHOE STORE 25 W. Washington St. "JUST PHONE 545'' Anderson Co. Cleaners-Dyers 108 E. Washington St. GREY GABLES BEAUTY PARLOR Phone-1170 The House of Shoes" 95c — $1-15 — $1.45 "RONALD" Full-Fashioned SILK HOSE at the Door «o Mnrlhn %V/i N h. Cnndjr Shop Church Session In FOREIGN GIRL MAY BE BLOSSOM OOEEN Preparations For Annual Winchester Fete Go 'Forward Valentine Social Held in Rose Room of "Y" Saturday Brownies Pack No. 1, under the director, Mrs. Robert Carder, held a very pleasant Valentine party in the Rose Room of the "Y" Saturday afternoon. A treasure hunt featured the afternoon's entertainment. The youngsters were divided into several groups and were given various clues to the hidden treasure which was a a box of candy and was discovered by Miss Marcia Hart's group. Doris Bailey won first prize in a cunning Valentine game. A number of other games were played which caused much fun. Each Brownie brought a Valentine for some one to put in the Valentine box. Mrs. Carder acted as postmaster and gave each of the Brownies their Valentine. Refreshments were served after the games. Those present were: Mrs. Robert Carder, Mary Dunn, Harriette Harter," Marcia Hart, Constance Martin, Betty Plack, Patsy Reisner, Jean Shirley, Josephine Reardon, v Alice Virginia Stewart, Edna Wehrle, Almeda Jane Orrick, Jean Clark, Doris Bailey. Program is Rendered at Clearspring on Thursday The Homemakers Club of Clear- spring held their regular monthly meeting in the Library, Thursday afternoon. The meeting was opened with the lection for club women, led by the president, Mrs. Foster. Roll call was responded to by each member, the topic being, "Why J Belong to the Women's Club*" which was followed by the singing of "America, the Beautiful." Miss Ardath Martin, county demonstrator, gave a very interesting demonstration on comparison of canned products and the use of same. Twelve members and two visitors were present. Mrs. H. M. Schnebly had charge of the recreation period; which consisted of a canning con-1 test. A delightful luncheon wasj served. Hagerstown High School Event to Be Held in March Plans for the Hagerstown High School Frolic are rapidly getting-under way. The dates set are March 12, 13, and 14. Tiie exceptionally largo number of students registering for roles indicate that this annual gala event at the High School this year will- be bigger and better than ever. In addition to the members of the Glee Club, orchestra, and dramatic club, many other students will be selected and given special roles. Miss Everts, head of the Dramatic Department, reports that close to three hundred and seventy-five students have registered already. As many of these as possible will be used. Under the direction of Miss Everts, Professor Buys,, and Professor Cassel assisted by the teachers, the frolic promises to offer the most spectacular and elaborate performance shown in Hagesrtown this year. Runs Down More Persons than all the Motor Cars in the World! The Men's Bible Class of the First Baptist Church held business meeting at School rooms Thursday evening, February 12, 1931. Reports read show that the average class attendance on Sundays has increased over the previous years. At this meeting a committee was appointed to make arrangements for the annual class banquet which will be held March 12th, 1931. Those present at this meeting were Pastor Wellington, J. C. Mowen, H. Rowe, W. A: Dickens, D. Weaver, C. C. Sprankle, W. E. Moore, W. A. Orange, W. E. Shirey, K. Nigh, E. Rider, C- G. Wright, F. Grooms. Lynn. John Berger and 0. N. Arts And Letters At 3 o'clock this afternoon, the Arts and Letters Club will meet in the committee room of the Women's Club, with the president, Mrs. Willis AUenderfer. presiding. Miss Helen Hoffmeier will read a paper on the life of Bismarck, followed by a discussion from the club members. The curren events will be in charge of Mrs. John Casper. The honor of reigning over the Eighth Annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festiv-' to be held in Winchester this Spring maybe tendered to a foreign girl, it became known yesterday. It is understood that an invitation may be issued in a short time to some girl of distinguished lineage and perhaps title in England, France or Belgium. If the invitation goes to England it probably will be sent to Winchester, the ancient English capital, for which the Virginia city was named. • Quite an intimacy sprung up some years ago between officials of the two Winchesters, and greetings have been exchanged by the city council of each municipality. Indications "re that the season will be late this year, but officials are going ahead with preparations and'will be ready to stage the festival as soon as the 12,000,000 apple trees of the Valley are in bloom. Social Meeting Of Bible Class Held The Loyal Women's Bible Class of the Church of God .Sunday school held their business and social meeting on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Dollle Blennard, 13 Avalon avenue. The annual election of officers was held and the following selected: President, Mrs. Clara Weller; vice-president, Mrs. Margaret Rohrer; secretary, Mrs. Hazel Beard; assistant secretary, Mrs. Dollie Blennard, and treasurer, Mrs. Edith Dorman. The. usual social hour followed the program and election of officers. We are shocked to hear, of the number of persona-every day who are run down by motor cars. Yet there's a Demon who takes a far greater toll in human life and happiness and who, because of his insidiousness, works under our very noses apparently unnoticed. He goes by the name of Acidity. Many a run-down condition, many a case of "nerves." melancholia and sleeplessness is but a case of acidity. For, when, as a result of our unnatural living habits, the stoniach secretes too much acid, it does many thing's to us. It causes acid-indigestion, with sour, gassy fullness, painful stomach distension, heartburn and nausea—a condition which .In time may result In an attack of acute indigestion. The acid also sets up fer- montation and putrefaction in the intestines. This breeds poisons which permeate th-> whole system. The poisons sap strength and vitality, make us feel tired all the time, an<T mentally depressed and they rag: our nerves to the point where we can't sleep at. night, exhausted as we may be.. The modern-and true way to correct j acidity is by the release of active oxy-| jren withing 1 the intestinal tract. This 'is now accomplished by nn amaKinjrl in Germany by the world's foremost pharmaceutical house. Magnesia Ox- oids, upon contact with 'the gastric . iuice, generate nascent or active oxygen. The live oxygen does the three things necessary to correct acidity in the right way. It stimulates the alka- Lne gastric mucus, which keeps the acid in ch.ack. It corrects fermentation and putx-efaction in the gastro- intestinal canal. It stimulates peri- , stalsis or the natural movement of the bowels. All these effects are necessary to the true correction of acidity and -only Magnesia Oxoids supply them, because it is the only Magnesia : r-roduct known to science that, wh"ii taken internally, releases 'oxygen to the system. MAKE THIS ACIDITY TE^T To see just how "acid" you are. make this test. Get a package of, Magnesia Oxoids from Peoples Service * Drug Stores, or any other good drug- •• pis't: Take two after each meal, and' see how much better you feel—how much more soundly you sleep and how much more energy you have. If, after taking the contents of one bot- . tie, the resuU.s'don't more than amar.e you, return the bottle to the druggist and lie will refund your money • nromp.tly and in full. I: BENEFIT BRIDGE LUNCHEON TO BE GIVEN TUESDAY Mrs. Elmer Funkhouser's section of the Women's Club will hold a benefit bridge luncheon at her home on North Potomac street, Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, followed by luncheon. Both auctioir and contract bridge will be played and twenty-five tables havo been reserved. QUIET CELEBRATION Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Stine, 1031 Corbett street,' quietly celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary at home, Thursday, February 12. They had as their guest for the day Mrs. Stlne's only living sister, Mrs. Susan Bowers, of Funkstown. Mr. and Mrs. Stine are both enjoying good health. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mrs. Conrad L. Wagner announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Alice Evangeline Wagner, to Karl Martin, of Funkstown, on July 24, 1930, at Berkeley Springs, W. Va, The couple are residing at their new home on Crestline avenue. KEEPING up WITH THE JONESES H OW much more sensible to live well within our income, and make sure progress, than to imitate those who spend it all. / ,'. Open a Sayings Account with us, and learn the happiness of financial safety. Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated CHANICS S-SAVINGSRANK HAGERSTOWN, • • MARYLAND JHEfcE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR A SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN THIS BANK CORRECTION The personal published in The Herald on Saturday, February 14, stating that Mrs. S. E. Minium had returned from the hospital, was an error. Mrs. Minium is in good health and has not been in the hospital. ANNUAL BANQUET Tho annual banquet of the Hagcrs- town Municipal Band will be held in the Masonic Temple on Thursday evening, February 2G. Members or the band and their families will attend. Some special entertainment features will be offered. The expense of tho banquet is borne by the members of the band collectively. 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