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Oub Activities Fashions THE DAILY MAIL, WOMAN'S PAGE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1950. Engagements Weddings Miss Carter Recent Bride Former Hagerstown Resi- dent Marries In Orlando, Fla., On November 25 Of local interest is the marriage of a former Hagerstown resident m on Saturday. November 25 at the First Metfcadist Church in prlando Mrs. Bikle Will Be Class Hostess TROTHS Zim merman-A dams Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Josephine E. Adams, of West Washington Street, to Mr. Harry R. Zimmer- man, of Pangborn Boulevard. The wedding will take place in early spring. MRS. ROGER B. FUNK (Miss An tie Carter) Fla., when Miss Anne Baxley Car- ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Carter, became the bride of Roger Smith Funk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Funk, of Ivy- land, Pa. The bride, who was given in mar- riage by her father, wore a period ·wedding gown of ivory bridal ·atin. Miss Nell Carter was maid of honor for her sister. Edmund H. Waldorf," of Long Island. N. Y., ·was best man. The ushers were Byron Carter, brother of the bride: Benneth Funk, Robert Everly, of Scranton. Pa.; Herbert Whitmire, cousin of the bride; Gordon Bent- ley and Robert Neel. all of Orlando. A reception followed at the Rosa- lind Country Club, after which the couple }eft for a wedding trip. They will reside in Doylestown, Pa. The regular meeting of the Trin- ity Friendship Class of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Smithsburg was held^at the home of Mrs. Cleo Poole, Smithsburg, with Mrs. June Crunkleton serving as co-hostess. The devotional period was ar- ranged by Mrs. Ellen Toms and Miss Garling Marries Friday Glee Club To Be Organized , ... meeting for the organization, jof a Young Men's Glee Club will 1 , Miss Nancy L. Garling And!be held at the YMCA next Wednes- W i l l i a m E. Berry Exchange l da * evening at s o'clock. Ralph L. Vnw; Herp Lewis, Y programs secretary, an- nounced today. The glee club, which is being The parsonage of the First Christian Church was the scene of a quiet but impressive ceremony on Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock when Miss Nancy Lucille Garling, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Garling, of this city, became the bride of William E. Berry, son of Mrs. Laura Berry and the late Mr. E. Berry, al- so of this city. The Rev. William Xorment officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. For her wedding, the bride was Miss Evaline Hershberger presided atfcired in a Rrey outfit wllh brown over the business session. A social [ accessories and a C0rsage of yellow period was held after the business meeting and refreshments were served. The December meetting and Christmas party will be held at the rosebuds. formed in response to interest shown by many members of the Y, will be open to all young members who enjoy singing for fun. Lewis said. The meeting Wednesday will be for the purpose of electing; officers, selecting a permanent meeting time and securing the services of a director. All members interested in vocal music have been invited to attend. d re arem home of the teacher. Bikle, Smithsburg. Mrs. C. I. Christmas Party Is Postponed The Christmas party planned by the Women's Society of St. Paul's Methodist has been postponed from December 4 until December 14. The meeting will be held in the social room as planned. Mrs. Robert Garling. sister-in-law! Mr and Mrs R z Roanei 435 of the bride, served as matron of; X orth Prospect Street, announce honor. She selected a brown out-j t h e birth of a son. Robert. Jr.. at fit with black accessories and a corsage of yellow rosebuds. the Washington C6uuty Hospital on November 29. Mrs. Roane is Robert Garling. brother of the the f o r m e r Miss Mary Lou Bond. bride, acted as best man. Immediately following the cere- mony, the couple left for -«. wedding trip to Baltimore and Washington. Upon their return they will reside at S39 Chestnut Street. Mr. Tjerry served two years in j the U. S. Navy and is a member of the reserves. He is now employed by the Cloverda'e Spring Company. Miss Stouffer Is Married Miss Constance Stouffer Becomes Bride of Anth- ony J. Diseati Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Stouffer, Frederick Street, announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Constance Lorraine Stouffer, to FIVE Mrs. Harrison Is Honored Guest The employes of L'Aiglon Ap-i parel held a surprise dinner at t h e j Patterson Restaurant compliment- ing Mrs. Harriet Harrison, the first! employe to retire, ! The table was attractively dec-i orated with flowers, tall lighted tapers and ferns. Mrs. Flossie Guessford and Mrs. Jean McNamee were joint hostesses Anthony'J. Diseati. son~ o ~f"Air.' and assisted I'*' Miss Helen Berdetta. Mrs. Michael Diseati, North Cleve-l rhe hon «»'ed guest was presented 'with an orchid corsage by the In- ternational Ladies Garment Work- ers, a silver bowl by the L'Aiglon employes and a lovely silk print 'I By Peggy Gantz Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forsyth, 201 West Howard Street, announce the birth of a daughter November land Avenue. The charming nuptial ceremony took place at seven o'clock last evening at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Mowbray. South Potomac Street. The Rev. Dr. William Nonnent read the double ring service be- fore ar improv.sed altar of white chrysanthemums and snapdragons interspersed with lighted, tapers. Recorded music provided a love- ly background for the service. For her wedding, the bride ap- peared in a beige faille dress suit which she complemented with win- ter brown accessories. She carried an old fashioned nosegay of yel- low rosebuds showered with ribbon streamers. Miss Betty Mowbray. cousin of dress by J. A. Biberman. Attending were Mrs. Harrison's sons and daughters-in-law from Martinshurg. W. Vn. Think that. . . Hagerstown residents s h o u l d really take their hats off to old Santa this year for making so many youngsters happy on Sun- day when he made a trip from the North Pole by plane to see the kiddies in this area. He oouid have railed off his trip after the bad weather appeared but he realized, I'm sure, that lots of youngsters would be very disappointed if the plane didn't arrive. Understand that the tear- drops brought on by the extreme- ly cold weather froze on his Followinjs' the dinner, dancing! c ' leeks as he made his way from , . . * t no a it*t\f'ii*t * «·* * K A r». 1,1.1 _. *-« ,,. _ Harlle. December Full Month At Women's Club; Christmas Tea Is Scheduled 30. Mrs. Forsyth is the former Lois!the bride, was u er maid of honor and only attendant. She chose a white wool frock with black acces- sories. She carried a nosegay of yellow rosebuds and fall flowers. Joseph Diseati. brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garrott. Foun- tain Head Heights, announce the birth of a daughter. Barbara Jean. November SO at the Washington County Hospital. Mrs. Garrott is the former Miss Ann Price of Waynesboro. 433 the Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Bell, Stratford Avenue, announce Highlighting the Women's Club December activities will he the j birth O f a son. Larry Alton, on De- Christmas tea given by the Board of Directors for the membership. For this occasion the entire lower floor is thrown open and beautifully decorated in keeping with the yuletide season. Mrs. Edward Oswald, Jr., is tea chairman with Mrs. Franklin M. Thomas, co-chairman. At 1:30 o'clock preceding the tea, the Drama Reading Class with Mrs. W. 0- Vedder in charge will read a !hristmas story in the committee cemher 1 at the Washington Coun- ty Hospital. made by calling Mrs. Merritt Bigelow. 4200-J; Mrs. Sid Cleveland. 5397 or Mrs. Hoover at 2533-W. The hooked rugs class supervised room of the club. Undei the direc-jby Mrs. Charles Wagaman has been ion, of Mrs. R. O. Whitelegg, the Home and Philanthropy Section wijl display needlework. The Junior Dancing Class in charge of Mrs. Benjamin H. Solli- day will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock and the formal dance will be held on Saturday, December 16, with the club as hostess present- ng each member with a corsage. liss Judy Oorrigan is the instruc- or. The pastor Bible Study :. J. Russell cancelled for the month of Decem-' ber as the meeting date falls on the day preparations are made for the tea. A meeting of the Board of Di- rectors is scheduled for 12:30 o'clock with a luncheon. Children'* Party Hi-Y Council To Meet Dec. 7 The Hi-Y Club Council has sched- uled its first meeting of the fall season for Thursday evening, De- cember 7. at 7:30. was enjoyed with music being fur- nished by the Atar Lite band. rerAona u Donovan R. Beachley. president, and Mrs. Grace R. Beachley, secre- tary. Beachley Furniture Co., Inc., Hagerstown. are among nearly 300 business executives from all parts of the natiou who havf registered to attend the 55th aunual Congress of American Industry, sponsored by the National Association of Man- ufacturers. in New York City, De- cember 6. 7 and S. David Walrath ushered the wed- ding guests. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Stouffer selected a hunter green dress with brown accessories. She complemented her costume with a corsage of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Diseati. mother of the bridegroom, was attired in a brown ensemble. She also wore a pink rosebud cor- Miss Jane Hershey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Hershey, The Terrace, is attending the Army- Navy game in Philadelphia today. Miss Nancy Wagaman, Fountain Head Heights, is attending the Army-Navy game today. the Presbyterian Church, The children of club members j from 3 to Junior High age will be, given a Christmas party on Satur-j day, December 16. at 3 o'clock at; the club. An attractive program has i been arranged under the chairman-j ' j s h i p of Mrs. E. H. Koons. Jr., and j The council is composed of offi-j cers of the various local Hi-Y clubs. At Thursday's meeting, the coun- cil will elect officers, plan for spe- Christmas school vacation, and pre- pare for the opening of the Hi-Y [basketball league. wil1 conduct lh e Bible Study Class n Wednesday. December 6. at Mrs. William L. Donaldson is assist- ing in taking the reservations. Program Planned By Chorus Dec. 10 w n *n''Tr"'*' ," C «T'" WC1 . "', r For t h c i r December production. The Greencastle Community\ 10:30 oclock at the W o m e n s Club. lhe Potomac P l a y m a k e r « win pre . Chorus will present J . t f M a u n d e r V M r s . William H. Babylon is chair-! sen( . .. Thy ^ W histl«" on the cantata. -Bethlehem." on Deccm-jman of this section and Mrs. Roy ^ htg he h ' ^ ber 10. at 5:15 p. m.. in the Green-jDanzer. **- »·'" «--»«« ^~ Mrs. G. Edward Martin has re-j turned from England where she spent several months and is visit- j i n g her parents. Mr, and Mrs. Ted A reception followed the cere-|Zeigler. 307 Summit-Avenue, mony. Assisting in serving were Commander and Airs. R. A. Seren- berg, Jr. left today after spending ·Uie Thanksgiving holidays at the home of th e George R. Noels' at 15 Cypress Street. Commander Ser- enberg, of the U. S. Coast Guard, is captain of the Port. Detroit. Mich." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagaman, Fountain Head Heights, will attend the Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia today. Mrs. Nellie Hager and Mrs. Flor- ence Snyder.' During the evening, the couple j l e f t for a wedding trip to Wash- ington, D. bride changed to traveling, a melon the suit with black accessories and a cor- castle High School auditorium. The chorus is under the direc- tion of Charles E. Hammond, di- Sr., will present the minister. Mr. Butcher spent his early life in Scranton, Pa., and was graduated' from Lafayette College rector of the choir of Grace Evan- and obtained degree of Bachelor of. Kelical and Greencastle. Reformed Church of and is accompanied Theology from Princeton Theolog- ical Seminary in 1?39. In 1949 he by Miss Dorothy Wadel. of Cham- bersburg. Soloists for the cantata will b e r j i n a r y The group Soprano. Mrs. Lillian Young of j club auditorium. 1'ou are having dinner in a restaurant with your husband. WRONG; Give your order to the waiter. RIGHT: Tell your husband what yuii want and let him or- d^r for you both. of return, Mr. and Mrs. Diseati will reside on North Cleveland Avenue. Mrs. Diseati is a graduate of the Hagerstown Hi.;h School with the class of 1950 and is employed at Eyerjy's Department Store. Mr. Diseati is also a gradual*- of the local 'ugh school with th« class of 1950 and is employed with Hart- ley's Electric Service. Pre-Nuptlal Party Mrs. Fred Bower? entertained at her home on Vista Street on W r ed- npsday evening at. a beautifully appointed miscellaneous shower complimenting Mrs. Diseati. Three-Act Comedy To Be Presented By Students At Hagerstown High Varied personalities are reflected in the seventeen roles making up was awarded the degree of Masterj t h e rapt of the three-act comedy "Best Foot Forward." to be presented Christmas Dance Planned At "Y" second annual Christmas Y M C r h l b TM n l l « r H meet in the n*ht by the Hagerstown Hi«h School Dramatics Club Roddy Carver, Hamilton Roule- ·vard, will attend the Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia to- dny. After the game he will be guest of Cadet William W. Welch, Jr.. student of tUe United States MH5- tary Academy, party at the Hotel. the airport to the Public Square. Think that he should be named "Man of the Year" right here in Hagerstown, don't you? . . , -t- -t- + And while . . . I'm discussing cold weather I thought. I'd tell you that Jane Hershey and Minnie Bester are also having a. taste of it. They left, here on Monday to resume classes at Marymount College in upstate New York. When they arrived there they found that the power was off so candles and flashlights were being used. Not only that--but there was no heat or hot water. Don't expect to have the necessities ot life until this weekend either . ,, . + + + Heard a . . . good on* on Dave Zook and don't know how true it is but here goes. The local man went hunt- ing for rabbits and young son was quite anxious for Daddy's re- turn. Well, evidently Poppy wasn't so lucky because he didn't 'shoot a thing. Couldn't let son down, though, so I hear that he bought a frozen rabbit. Sonny didn't know the difference and he sure was proud of his Dad for doing such a grand hunting job. Anybody would do the same for the sake of a youngster, I'm sure . . . ·f + + Have also . . . heard that Marjorie Hoachland- er $Mrs. Eldon) will star in the next Potomac Playmakers pro- duction, "Goodbye My Fancy." Don't know Just how official that is but BO grapevine has It and grapevine is often right . . . ·f " 4- + Certainly ... was nice to see so many Ha- gerstown women at the Town Meeting on Tuesday evening at Franklin Court--which all goes to prove that local ladies do take quite an interest in the doings of our town. Who knows--may- be one day we'll see the platform lined with the fairer sex ... + + 4- Binhday . . . greetings to Josephine Adams, who resides on West Washington Street. There's a special reason she'K especially happy today on her birthday. Her engagement to Harry E. Zimmerman was also announced on the big day. Con- gratulations to you both ... * * *. Look for . . . the name of a Hagerstown girl in the New York Sunday papen tomorrow. She was In a wedding this morning at 11 o'clock in that city. See il you can find who It is ... + + + . Get set . ., for a good time 'cause It's head- ing this way when the Junior Chamber of Commerce present! a fine old time minstrel show at the Hagerstown High School on January 22, 23. 24 and 25th. There will be all local talent ap- pearing so that makes It even better. It's been a long, long time since local talent had the opportunity to appear in one of the gay minstrels, matter a fact, think it was about the time the Alsatia Club presented their well known show. Jaycees member* hope to have many of the past Alsatia members appearing in January . . . + + + And then ... guess I'll say goodbye for an- other while until more of this and that can be gathered. I in- sist--have you done your Christ- mas shopping? Well, you'd bet- ter get busy because the 25th is quickly approaching. Must say that the decorations In down- town Hagerstown certainly are lovely. If you haven't seen the tree--well--drive down to see It 'cause it's really lovely. So till later, take life easy. And see you next week! . . . Ed^ar Foltz West Point, at a _ , . _ Bellevue-Strntford feted At PartV Mr. and Mrs. K. Austin McKee and Kvith MoKev. Hancock. have returned a f t e r spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. DoiiKlan Hayden. Danville. Va. tbeir guests will b» held In the Y with her Miss Patricia Emerson has rr- Kuiii«d her studi* at Grove City College. Grove City, pa., after spending t h n ThnnksKivins; holiday* Greencastle: tenor. Mrs. Ernest H. Bearinger of Waynesboro. also Mr. John Zeis of Greencastle: baritone, Mr. Richard Besecker of HaKers- town: bass. Mr. Herbert Rowland of Paramount. To Decorate County Home The tlon will cember 7, at 10 o'clock and on Tues- day, December 19. the Garden Sec- auditorium Friday evening. D«reni-|Clnr»-nre Emerson. Went j No school, especially Wjnsocki Prep School, would he complete j ber 15. I.Strei-t I without its official leader, and in Mr. and Mrx. Edgar M. Foltz. Jr. wan enter- tHined recently at a farewell party prior to his induction into the United States Army on November 2T. Music for the Oceanian -was pro- vided by Miss Beverly O'Brien and R. L. Wilson and children. Bobby and Barbara; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bftliey and children, Lana and Lar- ry; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfe and daughter, Joanne; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn O'Brien and children, Beverly. Bobby and Tommy, and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Foltz. The name geyser is derived from Kue*t of honor received burnt forth with violence.' many lovely gifts. Music will be furnished bv iho! home and Philanthropy sec-! I)r - °- H - Re eder. Winsocki's prin-jthe Dramatic* Club, president o f j C l u b Royal Orclu-Ktra. and a l a r K e j i i r-« i .-ill meet on Thursday, De- :ipal - ' thl! ' re is Portrayed the! the :Spoils Service Club, and a mem-1 turnout for the affair is expected. /VuS. r l G f V IS - . - - . *_TM!i;.,_ ....«! ...,,_ ,_» « t _ - _ « ' . . . . . . ; Tho hnotoflo »1nl- fnr »V«. « f A « 4 _ ' tion under the chairmanship of Mrs. iness - frowns exceedingly on Ernest H. Nichols and Mrs. White- legg's Home and Philanthropy group will participate in Christmas Birthday Party Given Youngster Mr. and Mrs. Wflliam Dofflemy- «r, South Locust Street, enter- oraled foTthe Voei"ieason. tained recently in honor of the eighth birthday of their son, "Wayne. familiar caricature 'of the stern!ber of the Intramural council. Last! Tnfi hostess rlub for the event disciplinarian, who. strictly bus-{year lie belonged to the Kootlighl- OrRanization and participated ball, extra-curricular activities, and j in dramatics skits during the Coun- will be the Beta Trl-Hi-Y group whose members will have charge of) decorating the auditorium. R«?- (High Bowler uncalled for demonstrations. -^ . ; " n ai " " ° U " t r y = H«»fr«»«hm«nt« were served to the Howard j ^'lowing Kuost*: The Misses Caro- ! lyn Miller, Mary Stine, Janice Foltz, .Iran Vaughn, Kathleen Bailey, ( M a r y Ann Uachlell, Virginia Davis ami Patricia Ahttlt; Robert Foltz, Charles Rlngaman, Arthur Cunning- hHtn. William Darin. Mr*. R. A. Mr*. M. F. Bachtcll, Mrs. few oil th*tt ·tth* flick *f jty Fair. At present he is secretary ;freshmen»s win he available dur- His dismay is obvious when he jof the Boys Discussion Club of! at the Washington County Home atl dis : overs a nifvi e actress at the. YMCA. He plans to attend Hagers-! which time the home will be dec-! seDior prom «»' u ^led in under an!town Junior College next year.; 'assumed name, but she is more'studying business and accounting. ] Another colorful social event on! tnan a niatch 'or him- : the December calendar will be a! What is Distasteful, however, to! Christmas card luncheon at ll D r ' Re « d er delights his students. Thanksgiving favors were usedj o . dock wjth Mj . s ^ Leroy ooy an d chuck Green, school clown and In decorating the table and each; h j Reservations" ran hJ r u n t - is no exception! In exuberant: _».iu ««««^^*«-t ,.-;«», » KnUrt^n ''-"**'''"**"· n.*?jer^inonK c^n ne : , ; spirits be awaits the arrival of girls for the senior prom, only to | thc child was presented with a balloon; «nd bubble gum. Game? were played and refresh- inents served to the following guests: Barbara Ridenour, Andra Grove. Shirley Dennis, Patsy Jones. Jackie Winters, Sissie Sander?, Susie Confer and Linda Confer, Larry Myers. Ralph Miller, Atwell Suman, Garry Smith. Randy Bren- ner, Daryl Imenheiser. Teddy Dof- flemyer. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Doffle- Persons discharged yesterday from Washington County Hospital were: Mrs. Lewis E. Irving, Hag- erstown Route One; Mrs. Ray R. Horchner, Fairplay Route One; Leslie Howard Hollomon, 1205 Potomac Avenue; Mrs. Lawson! find his blind date a raucotis-voired "dame with experience." The movie actress, however, somewhat com- pensates his disappointment, and he helps her out in regaining prestige with her studio. Solve your Gift Problems CLICKS Choose from . . . Bedroom Slippers Rubber Footwear Handbags - Hosiery Shoes GIFT CERTIFICATES myer. Mrs. E. L. Dofflemyer, and! Burner, Jr.. Funkstown; John I. Mrs. Ida Spangler^ j Bikle. 30 East Franklin Street; iMrs. Frank S. Keyes. 240 Jonathan i Street: Mrs. John B. McCoy. 130 | High Street; Miss Jesse Mae Bittle. jMyersville; Mrs. Edward L. Straw- ther. 46 West Bethel Street; Mrs. Margaret Pasquale, 81 Madison Avenue: Benjamin F. Canfield. Fairplay Route One; Mrs. Robert Brechbiel, and infant daughter. 245 East Avenue; Darlene V. Straub, 421 George Street; Raymond E. Bent, Havre De Grace; Fay E. Mills. Knoxville: Ortence Ellsworth Mills, Knoxville: Mrs. Fred L. Poole, 216 James Street; Mrs. James R. Cassidy. and infant son. 474 Mitchell Avenue; Carl D. Breit- weiser. Jr., 5 West Wilson Boule- vard; Mrs. Wayne Miller. S Suters Alley: and Mrs. Bruce E. Shives, Big Pool. MYERS Club britt'lerH rolled hich games including Mrs. Albert Fiery.; 322. 122 and 107: Mrx. VJrlor i. MIHer. Jr., 311. 114 and 107; Mrs. [-.i ii !/-{ Odello Leiter. 311. 116 and IU and \_JUH I U M r p f tnhe y NirholF. 304. 122 and ^IrrfPC: ^prvir"A 9r Bow5ln ' 5 foo}{ Pl« r ^ yesterday «»IVJIC:O ^JCI V I U C : afternoon HP U R u a J at. Ran^y'n Cole- "AKain Pioneer!"." homp mlxjsion *him, f i l m , will feature t h e a n n u a l t h a n k - 1 H i K h » l n R l r K wrrP rolled bv th«» , ^ . n l V V o m « n ' s | f o l l n w l n c : Mm. Howard Carrlll. or C h r i f t n Evangelic*! a n d ; , , , ; MrP . K . R C I a r k t no . Mrs 1(( a t : K ( i h » r t . Fri/iiiiK«r. 107: Mrs. Wilxon 'rv, 1 '*-? 1 . ^- ,, ^. |Capk*»y. 107; Mr8. Wondrow Harner. The f i l m stars Colleen Townsend.; Jor ,. Mrs . Ronald RlickenHtaff. 105; " V1 " ""'^ - 11 " - »P h p r M- L R O s,!,,,. ms: Mm. actress who gave Hollywood career to render f u l l - time Christian service. An artirle K l e f K h . K M : barb. 10;j; Mrs. Charles Stein- . F$*n Rred. 101; Mrs. 100; ^'· 1K , ot ,"" " lm .«"-" .·» ""-iriir^. «.;* iTM. s ;; u ,, s:.; weeks Life magazine. This will! i n f t _.l* A.1. Jft jt _ * _ » k .. «.. _ , * * ' ' - . mark t h p first showing of the f i l m i in t h i s area. ', A short devotional service wil) \e conducted br the Rev. H. Clay-: ton Mover, Jr.. assistant pastor o f j the church. j The thank-offering will be jinder the direction of Mrs. James MORP.! president of the Women's Guild a n d j Mrs. Roy Mo wen, thank-offering' ! chairman. i T*»am standings ar« a« follows: Won Driven? 1? Dubbors Ifi Hazzards IS 12 12 oLobetl 6 Coats - Suits - Furs Dresses -Sportswear "Exclusive Fashion*** for MISSES -- JUNIORS - WOMEN 13 W. Wa«ht«ton St. PFAFF SIWING MACHINi DIAUA-fTITCH Jvct dkA th* ititch yov wont and MW! Tbcf * olll WITHOUT ATTACMJMINtt Roy Bornhoit 1058. M*r*hall Street Putters s 11 Shankfirs 11 Rirdies 11 Eagles ft N i h l i r k K 7 Brassies 5 ; Democracy" contest. Honry Myers, another senior, has( jbeen cast as Dr. Reeder. He Board recently won the high school and j Slated Monday * county finals of the "I Speak For; rary" contest 1 official board of rhe Zitties- As a. flnixhinp touch after each! year he was delegate to t h e » w n c h u r c h of God wil1 meet i n ; v a c u u m i n p of your nip. RO over the Herald-Tribune Forum in N e w ' l t J l ^ R e f h c l on Monday at. 7:30 p. m.! surface one* 1 mor« Ujrhtly. r u n n i n g i I York, selected through competition. ! A M members are " r «^ ** ** p r e f r i t h e sweeper Jn the direction of tbei | In dramatics. Henry appeared in'!!!L , l a y nf the pile. j jlast year's Dramatics Club pres- Jentation of "January Thaw," and I the Christmas presentation. He was 'president of the Chess Club last Samuel Ebersole. son of Mr. and year and a member of the band. SAMUKL, KRERSOLE Self-Servke Laundrx You can save money by doing your own laundry. 640 Frederick Street Open Evening* dryers and ironers for you to use if desired. Baby pelicans have no trace o f ; Mrs. S. H. Kbersole. Sr., will en- Tickets for "Best Foot Forward" either feathers or down when they act the part -of Chuck Green. A . m a y be obtained at the auditorium are hatched. . . _ ^ _ _-- senior this year, he- is treasurer of'or from a Dramatics Club member. Are You Planning A Dance \ J^%$ for t Christmas or New Year! \ For The Best in Good Dance Music Engage BILL FRALEY, His Trumpet and Orchestra Pho«* 1873-J UTZ Potato Chip Co. r Inc. ifidence S61 Carlisle St. Hanover, Pa. OPEN HOUSE Non», Tues., Wed., Dec. 4-5-6 2 to 5 P. M. and 7 to 10 P. M. COMPLETE TOUR of NEW PLANT SEE Potatoes Peeled, Sliced, Washed, Rinsed, Fried, Salted and Conveyed Right into Their Containers. When you come here to borrow money, oil information relating to the (can appli- cation i$ treated in strict confidence by us. This is just one of the reasons we warrant the confidence shown by the folks who come here to borrow money. Corne in when you need cash for any worthwhile purpose. Second National Bank Hagerstown, Maryland "Sixty Years of Service to the Community"