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FOUR Wilfred T. Grenfeld To Be Tea Speaker Son of Sir Wilfred Grenfeld to Speak Af Women's Club, Tuesday Wilfred T. Grenfell, a Master at St. James School, will be the guest speaker at the March tea of the Women's Club on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Grenfell is the son of the late Sir Wilfred T. Grenfell, a famous Medical Missionary in Labrador who is known in this city where he lectured about ten years ago- Mrs. Floyd Bennett, co-chairman of the lea committee, and Mrs. Lewis Funkhou^r will act as hostesses for'the afternoon. Tea will be poured by Mrs. Earl Kohler and Mrs. Carl Brandt. Mrs. Palmer Tennant is program chairman and Mrs. James Elliott, tea chairman. Play Reading . Preceding the tea, the drama reading class will present "Dream Girl," by Elmer Rice, in the committee room of the club at 1:30 o'clock to which all members are invited. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND 64TH ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs. M. H. Gruber, East avenue, quietly celebrated their fi4th wedding anniversary at their home Friday. The couple were married in 1SS3 in the Episcopal parsonage in Hagerstown by the Rev. Mr. Mitchell and have resided in this city. They have the following children: two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Zeigler, East avenue, and Mrs. Thelma Scott, Telghmanton; seven grand children;' and eight great- grandchildren. PERSONALS EVERY SUFFERER SHOULD KNOW THIS ABOUT ASPIRIN ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN IS ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST! At the Erst trace of a headache, many now take St. Joseph Aspirin. Such a comfort too for painful distress of colds, monthly functional pain; Bottle of 100 for only 35c—and you save one-third! Dr. arid Mrs. James W. Mileham and family will move to their new home 101S Potomac avenue on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper, Broadway, have returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Werth, Kingsport, Teiui. Miss Jean Kelley, of Baltimore, has returned after visiting friends in this city and Smithsburg. Duvicl C. Mark, Summit avem* , and William B. Johnson, McKee avenue, students at Franklin and Marshall College, maintained the required average .to earn a place on the dean's list. Helen Fockler, Cypress street, has been initiated into the Iota Sigma Pj, women's honorary chemistry sorority at the University of Kansas. Walter B. Arthur, of Blue Point. S. 0., was discharged from the Washington County Hospital Monday after undergoing an eye operation and is new recuperating at the home of his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Arthur, Virginia avenue. Mrs. Paul Norris, Jr., of Rohrersville, is a patient at the Washington County Hospital. Mr.-and Mrs. Charles Phillips, of Boston, Mass., spent Thursday visiting Paul Norris, Jr. of Rohrersville. Wedding Performed Saturday Evening Miss Jacqueline LeFever Becomes Bride of Everett M. Holes, Jr. Miss .Jacqueline Yvonne LeFever, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel JL LeFever. Summit avenue, became the bride of Mr. Everett Morion Hales, Jr., son of Mrs. Amelia M. Hales and the late iOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Grimm, 119 North Locust street, entertained at.a, birthday party Friday night honoring their daughter, Sihrley. Shirley is a member of the sixth grade- at Antletam street school and 24 of her schoolmates attended the party. The guest of honor received many lovely presents and the guests enjoyed games and refreshments. EXPERT Watch & Jewelry REPAIRING SILVER Repaired Replated Refinished Hamilton Jewelers Hamilton Hotel Corner H. BASIL MARTIN PHONE 2482-J Get my rales for moving anywhere in Maryland. I have closed vans with good furniture pads ami everything to move you right. So take advantage^ my.past.25 .years experience. By calling me, you will save money. All work will be given my personal attention as in the past. PIANOS MY SPECIALTY EVERYWHERE AND EVERYTIME . . . ITS 'A CONTEMPORARY CLASSIC A wonderful version of the Contemporary Classic superbly man-tailored for comfort and style by Ken Whitmore. You'll find the soft rolf coffer and the casual cut just whaf you're looking for. The beautiful woolen fabric, the useful gfove pocket, the toss-on straps, the luxurious lining of SKINNER'S rayon, the extra wide hem-fold to fit o suit or dress, are just o few of those little details •that moke the Contempor- ary Classic the perfect coat for you. Select yours from a wide choice of smart colors. Size's 7 to 17. Second Floor EYERLY' Kuup Camera Center. Mr. Hales, of Philadelphia, on Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock in a double ring ceremony in the Emmanuel Evangelical and United Brethren Church. The church chance! and altar were beautifully decorated with quantities of white gladioli, snapdragons, palms and candles. Groups of three, candles lighted the center aisle of the church and the family pews were marked with old fashioned bouquets. The bride's brother, .James LeFever and John Morton lighted the candles. Preceding the ceremony. Kenneth Sinn sang "At Dawning". "[ Love But Thee". "Iiecause" and "The Lord's Prayer" with Miss Kathleen Huffer at the organ. White nylon fashioned with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt made with lace ruffles in front was worn by the bride who was given in marriage by her father. A lace ruffle edged the long sleeves of the bride's gown and the high neckline was finshed with a lace ruffle forming a yoke. Her fingertip veil was caught with orange blossoms and she carried an old fashioned bouquet of white rosebuds centered with an orchid. Miss Joyce LeFever was her sister's maid of honor. Her dress of deep rose bengaline was modeled with an off-shoulder neckline, long sleeves, full skirt with a bustle back. She carried an old fashioned bouquet with talisman roses predominating and a halo of talisman roses on her head. Chartreuse and aqua bengaline frocks styled similar to the maid of honor were worn by the bridesmaids, the Misses Ann Marshall, Newport- News. Va.; Janet Main. Middletown; Phyllis Lambros and Virginia Messersmith. this city. Red roses predominated in their old fashioned bouquets and they wore halos of red roses on their heads. The little flower girls, Christina Patterson and Patty Heliene were dressed alike in long white off- shoulder taffeta gowns and carried nosegays. John Hales, of Philadelphia, was his brother's best man and the ushers included Joseph Young, Rohrersville: Herbert Hickmott and John Mandi, of Philadelphia and Robert Greenburg. of Upper Darby, Pa. Mrs. LeFever chose an aqua crepe with a draped side and a white orchid corsage. She completed her ensemble with a white and black flowered hat. Ashes of roses crepe was worn by Mrs. Hales for her .son's wedding with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. Immediately after the ceremony a reception followed at the bride's home. Assisting in serving were Mrs. KathlSen Dean and Miss Virginia Huffer. When the couple left for their honeymoon to Miami. F3a., the bride was wearing a grey wool suit with a cut-away jacke't and fishtail back accentuated with red lizard skin shoes and bag and grey hat and orchid corsage. A graduate of the Hagerstown High School Mrs. Hales has completed three years at the University of Maryland and will enter the second semester in April at Drexel Institute, Philadelphia to receive her degree. Mr. Hales was graduated from the Northeast High School. Philadelphia and now holds a position with the Pennsylvania Railroad Co.. Philadelphia. He served three years in the U.S. Army with overseas duty in Japan. They will make their home in Clifton Heights. Pa. ROLLAWAY COTS with innersprings §26.95 Metal Cabinet Bases with porcelain tops and drawers $12.95 CONGOWALL .... sq.ft. 12c Cotton Felt MATTRESSES $16.55 Smith Furniture Co. 63 W. Franklin St. Miss M. J. Foreman Honored At Shower A surprise shower and dinner party was held at Kocco's Tavern last Thursday night in honor of .Miss Mary Jane Foreman whose engagement, to Richard M, Harion was announced recently. Mrs. Virgie Dean was hostess at the affair, a kitchen shower ami spaghetti supper given hy .Miss K o i- e in a n ' s fellow workers at KarJe's department store. The guests included: Mesdames Alice Hates, Mary Smith, Pearl Kohror. Km ma Hederick, Pat Long, Violet Switzer. the Misses Pauline Xunamaker, Winifred Costello and Isabel Hebb. Miss Miller Weds Robert H. Reynolds Couple Married In Lovely Wedding On Saturday Evening j Pulms. while gladioli and candles provided a lovely setting for the wedding of Miss Margaret Ann | Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Leo Henry Miller, West Irvin ave- Washington Priest To Speak Tuesday Rev. Father Louis Quinn, Assistant Pastor of St. Matthew's Cathedral in Washington. D. C., will deliver the Lemon sermon at St. Mary's Catholic Church here on Tuesday night. Father Quinn is secretary of the Matrimonial Board of the Washington Archdiocese. New officers of St. Mary's Sod- alky will be installed on Tuesday night during the services. New officers are: Mrs. F. R. R 0 we, prefect: Mrs. A. F. Chambers, assistant prefect; Miss Louise Dillon secretary; Miss Mae Pearl, treasurer. This Week Monday—Williamsport municipal election. Fireball, S:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. R'd Cross report lunch. St. John's Lutheran. 12:15 p.m. Arts and Letters Club. Library ' 2:30 p.m. Business and Professional Women. Hotel Alexander. 6:30 p.m. Zonta Club. Hamilton Hotel. 6:1. p.m. Veterans O f Foreign Wars. W. D. Byron post. Nomination of ofiicers. Tuesday—Women's Club monthly tea. ,1:00 p.m. Nurses Alumnae Association. sDorsey Hall. 7:30 p.m. Disabled American Veterans. Ralph s. Tagg, Jr. chapter. American Legion home, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday—Hairdressers Association dinner. Hotel Hamilton. Thursday—Red Cross report lunch. St. John's Lutheran. 12:15 p.m. Shippensburg College dinner. Hotel Hamilton. 6:30 p.m. Operetta "Tulip Time.'' Wil'. lamsport High School. Events of general interest, suitable for this calendar, should be communicated to th e Herald society editor before Monday of the week in which they occur. The Potomac Edisoi. Co. nue and Mr. Robert Harold Reynolds, son of Mrs. Anna Stallings Reynolds, of Annapolis, solemn- ir.ed on Saturday evening at 7:00 o'clock in St. Paul's Methodist Church. Candles in each window surrounded by smilax on the altar illuminated the church for the impressive ceremony performed by the Rev. J. E. Kemp Horn, of Baltimore assisted by the Rev. Harry C. Marsh. Nuptial music was played by Miss Viola Fisher. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was gowned in ivory satin designed with a tight bodice accentuated with a yoke of tulle trimmed with scroll design of seed pearls, leg of mutton sleeves, and tiny satin buttons down the back. A scroll of seed pearls circled the full hooped skirt which ended in a court train. Her long tulle veil showered with satin bows, fell from a coronet of seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of orchids, gardenias and freesia. The bride had Miss Esther Schirmer. of Columbia, S. C., as her maid of honor. She was dressed in powder blue faille fashioned with a roll collar, and cap sleeves and wore lo">g white lace mitts and carried red roses. American Beauty faille dresses were worn by the bridesmaids, Miss Virginia Humphrey, of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Donald Pelliciari and Mrs. W. Warren Stultz, of Hagerstown. Their dresses were made with square necklines and long full skirts trimmed at the hipline with a round pocket effect, forming a rose. All the attendants wore headdresses of matching veils fastened to a halo arrangement of tulle and carried old fashioned bouquets. Walter Brewer, of Annapolis. was Mr. Reynolds' best man and the ushers were: Edwin Henry Miller and Daniel L. Miller, brothers of the bride and Robert Hook, of Riderwood, Baltimore. A reception followed afc Hotel Alexander. Mrs. Miller pinned a corsage of pink camellias to her blue chiffon dress with a cowl front for her daughter's wedding. A corsage of gardenias was worn by the bridegroom's mother with her marqui- Philadelphia Girl ToWed_LocalMan The engagement of Miss Sara Ana i'usselbaugh, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William Preston Fusselbaugh, of Philadelphia, Pa. to Mi- Thomas B. Hagerman, Jr., son O f Mr. and Mrs- Thomas - Hagerman, this city, was announced at a cocktail part) given by her aunt and uncle, Mr. anc 1 Mrs, B. Harris Henderson, of Baltimore, Saturday March 1st. Miss Fusselbaugh attended Simmons College, Boston, Mass., and graduated from the University of Maryland wher^ she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity. Mr. Hagerman was a student of the Uiiii-ersity of .Maryland before the war and returned there last summer after service with the armed forces. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. sette dress trimmed with lace and long black gloves. During the evening the couple left for a wedding trip North. For traveling the bride changed to a grey wool jersey with grey straw hat, and matching lizard skin bag and shoes. A squirrel fur coat and orchid corsage completed her outfit. Mrs. Reynolds attended Mary Baldwin College and the Washington School for Secretaries in Washington, D. C. Mr. Reynolds, who served five years in the Army with four years overseas, is employed by his uncle at the Hagerstown Rubber Company. He is a graduate of Charlotte Hall Military Academy, attended Johns Hopkins University and graduated from St. John's College, Annapolis. The couple will make their home on Cypress street. Out-of-town guests attending were: Mr. and Mrs. John Bohnlofink, Miss Edna Suehlo, Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Staley, Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Miller, Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Proskey, Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp, Mrs. Raymond Lauer, Mr. and Mrs. John Sterling, Miss Marilyn Davis, of Annapolis; Burdette Sanchey. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, Washington. D. C.; Mrs. Robert Hook, Riderwood; Mrs. Patricia White, Beckley, W. Va.; Miss Betty Dunn, New York City and Lt. G. M. Nandane, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. The young of nearly all round- horn deer are spntted at birth. Can You Wear the New Small Waisted Styles? REDUCE the delicious AYD5 Candy Way 2.25 Month's Supply Thrill to a more slender, graceful figure with the delicious Ayds Vitamin Candy Plan. No Exercise, No Drugs, No Laxative*. You don't cut out meal* or all the food* you like—just cut them down. It's simple when you enjoy delicious Ayda Candy M directed. In clinical ttxta under medical doctors more than 100 persons lost 14 to 15 pounds average in. a. few weeks with th« Ayds Vitamin Candy Reducing Plan. Try tb« •Unple Ayds Way yourself. Effecb'va, harmless. 30 days supply, $2.25. Now phone or call at Leiter Brothers Final Clearance Entire Stock Winter and Early Spring DRESSES WERE $16 95 to $22.95 $25.00 to $49.95 NOW $5.00 $8.00 Few Winter Coats NOW 14 PRICE Were 45.00 to 129.00 Women's Fine Fa.hions — 96 W. Wa.hington St. — Hager.town, Md. County Groups Plan Numerous Meetings Schedule for Homemaker and 4-H Groups Is Heavy This Week Demonstrations on picture arrangement in the home, planning for the home garden, and discussions on problems facing' the United Nations will occupy the attention of Homemakers clubs at their club meetings during this week. Another all-day dress-making' school will be held at the local extension office on Wednesday, and a rehearsal of the county Homemakers' chorus will be held on Friday afternoon. Girls' 4-H clubs will be busy during the week planning and practicing the 4-H club roundup. School clubs will continue their school lunch program, and for their home furnishing project commu nity clubs meeting this week will discuss table setting and serving. Meetings scheduled this week- include, today, 11 a.m., Indian Springs school 4-H club at the school; 1 p.m., Big ,Pool school 4-H club ai the school; 7:30 p.m., Indian Springs community 4-H club at the home ot Dorothy Gladhill to practice for round-up. Tomorrow, 1 p.m., ML Lena school 4-H club at the school; 9. p.m., Bridgeport Homemakers' club at the home of Mrs. Ralph McClelland; 7:30 p.m., Clearspring community -4-H club. Wednesday, 9 a.m., Homemakers' all-day dress school at the county extension office; 10 a.m., Huyetts school 4-H club at the school; 1:30 p.m., Cascade school 4-H club at school; 2 p.m., Downsville Homemakers' club at the home of Mrs. Edgar dine; 7:30 p.m. Downsville community 4-H club at the school to practice for round-up. Thursday, 2 p.m., Huyetts Homemakers' club at the homfc of Mrs CHEERIO RESTAURANT 886 Pennsylvania Ave. Specializing in Good Food MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1947. Church Society To Meet Wednesday The Women's Society for Christian Service of St. Paul's Methodist Church will hold its regular mouth- b meeting on Wednesday, March 5, at 7:45 p. m. Mrs. Robert P. Carroll will conduct the meditation on the theme, "Such is the Kingdom." Mrs. Harold H. Mercereau will speak ou the topic, "Children Here and Everywhere" and Mrs. M. W. Dutton will discuss "Children of the Local Church and Community." During the social hour following the meel- i"S the circle of Mrs. W. M. Daniels and Mrs. L. R. Voris, co-chairman, will serve refreshments. BIRTHDAY FETE Mr.^ and Mrs. James W. Padiau, 324 South Locust street, gave a birthday party Saturday evening honoring their daughter, Shirley. Connie is a fifth grader at Antle- tam street school and a number of her schoolmates attended the event, presenting the guest of honor with attractive gifts. Games were played during the evening. Irene Wingert, Mrs. Margaret Anthony, assistant hostess; 7:30 p.m., Pleasant Valley community 4-H vlub at th<? home of Carolyn Poffenberger. Friday, 10 a.m., Greensburg school 4-H club, at the school; 11 a.m., county -nutrition committee meets at home demonstration, office; 1 p.m., Leitersburg school 4-H club at the school; 1:30 p.m., Homemakers' chorus rehearsal at county extension office; 7:30 p.m., St. James community 4-H club in the Sunday school room. Martin Storage Co. 705 Penna. Ave. LOCAL MOVING Phones 62—1677-J—4188 Storage space available for Househofd Goods G. I. HOME LOANS Made at Prevailing Low Interest Rates Consult With U» Before You Buy It Costs You Nothing To Inquire Home Builders Savings & Loan Assn. 128 West Washington Street Phone 3233 BERNARD'S Suburban Day SPECIALS! Lace Panels^ 8 v $ 1.98 Bolt Toweling Y > j .39 TAILORED Curtains » $ 1.98 Size 36"x78". Plain cotton marquisette. 36" STRIPED Flannel Wash Cloths Towels Yard Hand Size Turkish or Huck • 39 .10 39 Chenille Spreads Full size. Plain colors. Sheet Blankets '2.98 Full size. Assorted colors. BERNARD'S DRY GOODS 49 We«t Washington Street

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