The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 4, 1947 · Page 3
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, March 4, 1947
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FOUR The Horning Herald, Hagerstown, Mil., Tuesday, larch 4,1947 Dramatic Club to Produce Modern Comedy "But Fair Tomorrow" Tor its spring play the Hagerstown. High School Dramatic CJub, Mary Jean Rupert, president, has chosen "But Fair Tomorrow/' a gay comedy of family life by Douglass F. Parkhirst. Production is scheduled for Friday, March 2S, if the weather dosen't interfere with rehearsals. The three-act play, first produced at Indiana State Teachers' College in July, 104(5, deals with the machinations of a high school girl who likes to interfere in other people's troubles, fiabs Howard has a bachelor uncle, an older brother and sister, and various young men to complicate her existence, and tries artfully to direct events. Her efforts eventually come to grief, but not before the audience has been thoroughly amused. The cast, announced by Miss Doris Humrichoiise, faculty advisor, includes: Joan Paclian as Babs; Charles Saxe, Randy; Trin- ky Morgan, Cethsemane: Evelyn Robertson, Harriet; Esther Riddle, Violet; Rosalie Howard, Muriel; Duke Stouffer, Walter Howard; Robert Hoffman. Philip Ward; Paul Byer. Ralph Mason; Mary Dansberger, Louise, Minor roles are taken by Kathryn Baker, Isabel Martin, Doris Butts, and Donald Snodderly. THE TRUTH ABOUT PIN-WORMS Serious fact* jure revealed by recent medical reports. One out of every three people examined was found to be *' victim of Pin-Worms—often without suspecting it! -And this ugly infection can cause real : distress it neclected. So -watch for the warning signs that 3B»y me»n Pin-Worms—especially the mc- cravatine rectal itch. Get JA-YNE'S P-W njtht away. P-W is a medically sound treatment based on an officially recognized and highly effective druc element. The small, cajy-to-take P-W tablets work in • special way to remove Pin-Worms easily and safely. Ask your druggist: P-W for Pin-Worms 1 PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Harp have moved from 620 Summit avenue to 110 West Washington street. Miss Charlotte Craig, 135 East Baltimore street, is recuperating at the Washington County Hospital. Mrs. Alta Smith, Sharpsburg, is a local hospital patient. Yesterday's 'hospital discharges included: William G. Spurrier, 132',:, North Locust street; Mrs. Walter l£. Clingan, Boonsboro; Charles 11. McClean, 274 South Potomac street. Dr. K. Margaret Sullivan, 135 North Potomac street, Is a patient at the local hospital. The Rev. Walter Byron Stehl, I). D., rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, is a patient at the Washington County Hospital. Fred H. Custer, 20 Avalon avenue, is a patient at the local hospital. Miss L. Margaret Bassford of Baltimore is spending some time with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Bassford. East Jrvin avenue. Miss Stella M. Bassford of Silver Spring, Md., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Bagsford, of this city. Mrs. Mary E. Sheiss, Washington avenue, has just received word from Springfield State Hospital that her sister, Miss Nannie M. Moser, is confined to the Infirmary with a badly fractured hip, caused by a fall at the hospital. Edwin F. Darner is confined to his home, Oak Hill avenue, due to the grippe. Fleisher's ''On the Square" For Nationally Advertised . Women's Fashions EXPERT Watch &' Jewelry REPAIRING SILVER Repaired Replated Refinished Hamilton Jeweler* Hamilton Hotel Corner Pvt. and Mrs. William A. Friedell. Alt. Clemeus, Mich., spent the weekend at the former's home on Hamilton boulevard. Pvt. Frie- delt is stationed at Selfridge Field Air base and Mrs. Friedell is on the nursing staff at St. Joseph's Hospital in ML Clemeus. Elementary school supervisors, the Misses Katherine Healy, Pauline Blackford, and Anne Richardson, left Saturday morning for Atlantic City to attend the 1947 convention of the American Association of School Administration. Several elementary principals are also attending the convention. Gordon L. Silvernall, 1III, Fairview road, is a patient at the U. S. Marine Hospital, Baltimore. Herman Bishop, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bishop, Sr., 1106 South Potomac street, was stricken with acute appendicitis Saturday evening and was removed to the Washington County Hospital where he underwent an operation. His condition is reported good. Miss Catherine Hornbarger has returned to Philadelphia after spending the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Hornbarger. LENTEN SERVICES Midweek services in the Funkstown .Lutheran parish will consist of a meditation on the Vivid painting by Domenico Morelli, "The Temptation," which will be projected from natural color kocla- chrome slides. The service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Funkstown, will be held on Wednesday, March 5, 7:30 p. m.; at Salem Lutheran Church, Bakersville. Thursday, March 6. 7:30 p. m. NEW "THE QUAD PHOTOGRAPHS All Different of Your Child Mounted COMPLETE KELLEY Studio and Camera Shop NEW ADDRESS 68 W. Washington Street CALL 130 FOR APPOINTMENT Recital is Planned By FamedYiolinisf Louis Kaufman to Play Here on Evening of March 17 Louis Kaufman, celebrated American violinist, will be the next recitatist for the Hagerstown Civic iMusic Association, appearing here on the evening of Monday, March 17, and the recital of Frances Greer, soprano, has been rescheduled for May 22, the association announced last night. Miss Greer became ill the day before her scheduled recital here, and was forced to cancel it. Con- firmatkm of the new dale has just been received here. .Meanwhile, Miss Greer has recuperated from her appendectomy, and plans to leave Hagerstown this week. Kaufman is a native American , who received his education in Xew York City, but he became interested in the violin at the age of five, while living with his parents in Rumania. A neighbor studied the instrument, began to teach the child—and five years later, young Kaufman was touring the United States as a child prodigy. He made his debut in 192S at New York's Town Hall, where he received unanimous acclaim, and has continued his concert career ever since, touring both Kurope and America as a soloist. In recent years, he has also been active in the field of motion picture music. Kaufman is an exponent of new music, and has introduced to concert audiences new works of Copeland, Milhaud, Still, Toch, and Bennett, among many others. Both Toch and Bennett have collaborated with him on recordings. Admission to both the Kaufman concert this month, and the Greer recital in May, will be through membership card in the 1946-47 season of the Hagerstown Civic Music Association. SOCIETY CLUB NEWS Linen Shower Held For Mrs. Martin Mrs. Jerry Gould, West Washington street, entertained at a surprise linen shower recently, complimenting Mrs. Don Martin, the former Miss Dorothy Hartman. The center table was decorated with a wedding cake topped by bride and groom figurines. After gifts were presented, cards were enjoyed Ijy the guests. Guests' included Mesdames Ken, Grayson Wigrteld, Lester Hurt, Andrew Amos. Don Williams, Roy Hart, Roy Stoner, Jr., Bob Diffendal. Bud Lowman, and Edna Zonta Plans For v Service Dinner Plans were outlined for the Zon- tae Service dinner to be held on March 24 at the regular business meeting of. the Zonta Club last evening at Hotel Hamilton. Mrs. Mary Beard, who is co-author with her husband. Dr. Beard, will be the guest speaker. She will use as her topic, "Memory as the Basis of Thinking." Dr. Evelyn Luke is general chairman of the dinner meeting to be held at Hotel Alexander. Tickets may be .secured from any member of the club. Five new members were elected to the board of directors as follows: Miss Dora Burger. Miss Cecelia Luther, Mrs. W. Geary Porter, Mrs. Reba Sponcler and Mrs. Glenn Zimmerman. Instead of the regular meeting on March 17. Miss Catherine Beach ley, president, has invited the members to be her guests at her apartment. 165 South Prospect street, on Sunday afternoon. March 16, at which time Mrs. Lauran D Sower* will review Mrs. Mary Beard's latest book, Woman \s Force in History. The United States has 11 times as many miles of railway as Great Britain and 36 time's as many as China. NURSES oft«n recommend CUTICORA Mildly medicated Cuticura Soap and Ointment, many nurses say. really help relieve pimples and similar akin blemishes when externally caused, help remove blackheads too. 65 years' mccess. Try Cuticura. Buy at your druggist's. J WITH "Saddle-Boys" take the style of his shoes to put him atyour feet. Of course they're by Friendly! §6.95 Bentz & Dunn 35 Nor& Potomac Hagerstown Miss Williams Is Bride On Saturday Local Girl Becomes Mrs. Boyd Wiggins in Evening Ceremony A lovely wedding was solemnized at the Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church Saturday evening at seven o'clock when Miss Eileen Margaret Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Williams, South Potomac street, became the bride of Boyd Wiggins, of Fort Thomas, Ky., son of E. G. Wiggins. White snapdragons, carnations, palms, and candelabra decorated the chancel and altar to form the setting for the double ring ceremony.' Officiating at the marriage ritual was the Rev. Gordon H. S perry, assisied by the Rev. Frederick Eyster, pastor. -^ An organ recital by • church organist, Paul Griffith, preceded the ceremony. As soloist, Mrs. Laura Melzer. aunt of the bride, sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because". The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white satin. Fashioned with a full hoop skirt which terminated in a train, the model featured long pointed sleeves, an off-shoulder neckline with yoke effect, edged in lace. Her finger-tip veil was caught to a tiara of orange blossoms with -inlaid seed pearls and her only jewelry was a strand of pearls. She carried a bouquet of white roses, snapdragons and buddieia centered with a rosebud corsage. As matron of honor. Mrs. Doris Friedrich. of Cleveland, chose a pink frock with satin top and full skirt of net over rayon taffeta. Her gowu was designed -with a bustle-effect, a square neckline and short sleeves. To complete her costume, she wore a short veil topped with painted daisies, and matching lace gloves. Her bouquet was composed of pink rosebuds and blue iris. The bridesmaids included Mrs. Jeanetta Rohrer,' sister of the bride, and Mrs. Evelyn Cunningham, of this city. Marked by simplicity, their blue dresses had jersey .waists with full skirts of net over rayon taffeta. Styled with sweetheart necklines and short sleeves, the frocks were-patterned on identical lines. Matching gloves and halos of flowers accentuated their attire. Serving as best man was Floyd Wiggins, of Detroit, brother of the bridegrood. Ushers included Richard Rohrer, brother-in-law of the bride, and Donald Williams, the* bride's brother, both of this city. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Williams wore a grey dress with black accessories and a pink rosebud corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the social room of the church after which the couple left for a wedding trip. After their honeymoon, they will' reside in Newport, Ky. The bride was graduated from the Hagerstown High School in the Class of '43'and was formerly employed at the Fairchild Aircraft Corporation. A graduate of Bremen High School in Kentucky, the bridegroom served five years in the U. S. Army, three of which were spent overseas. He was discharged February IS. TROTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Beard. South Cannon avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Genevieve G. Beard, to Arthur C. Reynolds, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur C. Reynolds, George street. Museum To Show Photograph Salon Outstanding Cumberland Volley Photographs to be Exhibited Thursday Local and regional photographers have poured a total of 175 prints into the Washington County Museum for the l(5th Annual Cumberland Valley Photographic' Salon. Representing the finest of camera talents in this area of the country, these will be the best products of 41 photographers of Hagerstown and the surrounding area of Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. The Photographic Salon is scheduled to open on Thursday evening, March Gth, between the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock. First, however, according to the rules of the Salon, a jury will selectively pick the exhibit from the full list of entries submitted. In recent years to the delight and education of entrants, the museum has bad the actual judging of the show open to all photographers either at the museum or in the quarters of the Baltimore Camera Club. Such will be impossible this year since the actual judging will take place in the private residence of John S. Rowan, editor of. Camera magazine and chairman of the jury. All prints entered in the Salon will be submitted to Mr. Rowan's jury, and those selected as best by that group for print quality, composition, technical excellence, and general interest, will eventually be shown as the 16th Annual Photographic Salon. This year will see no individual prizes awarded. Acceptance in the show will stamp photographs as outstanding in the valley. As is the case of the show of Cumberland Valley Artists, the exhibit will feature scenes from the area of Washington county snapped by residents of the section. From this process there results an intimacy of acquaintance and familiarity which lends great popularity to the show. The public which shares the thrill and pride in this art attainment are cordially invited by the museum to attend the opening of this photographic group on Thursday evening- Then residents can have first opportunity to see the year's photographic advancement, as well as greet the photographers personally. 2SE Couple Celebrate 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Churchey, Sharpsburg, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Miller and son. Ralph, Jr. Jn keeping with the traditional color of ruby the dinner was decorated with the contrasting colors. Gifts were exchanged between the bride and groom of: forty years ago. Members of the immediate family present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fry and son, Griggs, Harrisburg. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sigmund and daughter, Linda, Lingelestown, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and daughters, Alma and Kathleen, this city; Warren Churchey, Sharpsburg, and Berkeley Shilling, Willlamsport. ^^^^^^^^^^* ALt-iltiVc Q1S" tress of baby's cold while heslceps Rub on Vicks VapoRub at bedtime. Soothes, A 4. ^* -^ f^ relievesduring %/ICKS night. Try it! V VAPOR um Columbia Readj M«d« Window Shade* Pratt A Lambert PAINTS & VARNISHES HARRY C. GARVIN 118 N f'olamno St Phert* Sfli EXTRA SPECIAL! Group of Tables for every occaaion 150 TABLES GREATLY REDUCED FOR THIS EVENT! End Tables Cocktail Tables Lamp Table* Tier Tables and many others, mostly from nationally known manufacturers. In beautiful solid mahogany and magohany reneers, walnut, solid maple, hleached mahogany and others. MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY ! Solid mahogany Tables ] ow a » |7.25 28-30 Summit Avc. Phone 1Z03 Hello World Mr. and Mrs. Logan A. Gallagher, H, West Washington street, announce the birth of a son, Logan A, III, at the Washington County Hospital on February 10. 'Tulip Time' Ready For Presentation Success of Operetta is Dependent to Large Extent on Assistants The success of "Tulip Time," the operetta to be presented Thursday evening, March 6, at 8 o'clock by the Glee Club of Williamsport High School is dependent to a very large extent on the assistants to the director, Ellen Heffner. The following have done an outstanding job in this line: George Curfman as accompanist; stage directors, Mr. Myers, George Sena- mel and Jack Rider; costumes, Miss Hollis; properties, Gracie Britner and Phyllis Kelley; prompters, Lois Murray, Jean Brewer, and head usher, Mr. Doub; programs Mr. Grove. Officers of the Glee Club are- President, Ronnie Britner- vice- president, Bernice Stenger;' secretary and treasurer, Jean Rider- librarian, Marcelyn Stenger Not to be overlooked is the second appearance this year of the orchestra which will play the following numbers: "Minaugua Niceraoua"- 'Down on the Farm," "Grandfather's Clock," "Sentimental Reasons." "Ciribiribin," "Blue Danube Waltz" and "Rainy Night in Rio" Orchestra members include George Curfman. piano; John Taylor and Albert Crawford, trumpets: Otis Ketchen, clarinet, and Tom Downs trombone. ' ILLUSTRATED LECTURE Baltimore, Md., March 3—Col. onel John H. Fye, Executive of the Eastern Pennsylvania Military District with headquarters in Philadelphia, will present an illustrated lecture on "The Sicilian Campaign" for National Guard and Reserve Officers of Maryland and invited guests at 8:00 P.M.. Wednesday, March 5 at the Polytechnic Institute Building, North Avenue and Calvert St., Baltimore, Second Army Headquarters announced today. FIRST AID Don't suffer needlessly *ith time- killing headaches. Try "Be" when headaches, neuralgic pains or minor muscular aches strike. Caution: Use only as directed. WOftUFAST TO IASI THE Mill I0««d25< Sixes. Grt CM totfaq. 45c 50 Ib. LARD CANS ea ARTHUR DORSET'S SELF SERTICE MARKET Cor. 8. Locn»t and Randolph Alsatia Dance Set For Apri^Sevcnlh Easter Dance to Feature Music of Roy Gibbons' Band from York, Pa. The Alsatia Dance Committee announces that an Easter Dance will be held'Monday, April 7th,.at the Hotel Alexander ballroom, dancing nine until one. The committee is making an all out effort to give the members and guests a very good evening's entertainment. They have secured one of the best bands that has up peared in Hagerstown in the past. The dancers can be assured of good music, pleasant to listen am) dance to. Roy Gibbons and his orchestra from York, Pa., will furnish music for this occasion. He features thf Sammy Kaye style music, noted a« soft and sweet swing. Louise Me Donnell, girl vocalist, is v also a, main feature of the baud, a charm-;' ing brunette who has a very pleasing voice. This band has played for the Governor's Ball in Harrisburg, Pa., State Festival at Wells-, boro and the leading college fraternity dances throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland. He has also played for various clubs in the. east, including clubs in Hagers-' town where he received a lot of praise for his style and type of music. Invitations and tickets can be secured from any member of the dance committee composed of Leonard Humelsine, chairman; Paul Huffer, George Cash, Wilson Hippie. Arthur Chambers and Josr eph Vance. VONETTE i V WAVE.. /<£ OPtN » A M TO » t M. '_ W»TH OR WITHOUT APPOINTMtNT U N. JONATHAN ST PHONF « WOMEN 33-52 YEARS OLD-DO YOU SUFFER THESE FUNNY FEELINGS? 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