The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 5, 1947 · Page 2
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(avetown Club Has Pleasant Meeting Mrs. Ronald Itnyre Reports on Box Sent to Overseas Family Mrs. Ronald Itnyre, chairman of International Relations of the Cavetown Homemakers' Club, reported at their meeting held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Walter Spessard, on the contents of a box recently sent to an over seas family by the club. The club voted to make again a contribution to the local Red Cross drive. . Mrs. Clarke Fraver, local recreation chairman, gave a splendid demonstration on recreation and the part it can well play in a post- .war world. Mrs. Blanche Dean gave a delightful and educational discussion of the 1947 Readin* List. The chairman gave brief resumes of a number of books winch she particularly recommended to the club members. Other members participating on the program were Mrs. Walter Bromley, music chairman; Mrs uiarles Ross, home furnishing chairman; and Mrs. Norris Bachtell, health and nutrition chairman Mrs. John Wolfe assisted the hostess. Twenty-four were in attendance, despite the difficulties of travel. Mrs Tabler and Mrs. Dorothea Tillett were enrolled as new members. The March meeting will be held fh , e v h ? me of tlle President of tne clul^Mrs. C. I. Wolfinger. UDC MEETING A meeting of the Henry Kyd Douglas Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy will be held on Monday afternoon, March 10 at the home of the president, »^ 5 an L M - Conrad ' Ravens! wood Heights. The Washington County Council will ^ff^Teacher's Association «»*• lu their regular m^thly ? eeftu ? Thursday evening, March lf£L T 5 - at , the Soufch ^tomac Street Junior High School • _—SPECIAL ! LACE TABLE CLOTHS 72x90 $2.98 Kaybee People* Store 15 W. Washington St. Ph. 567 S^" WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop Northeast Cor. Public Square Temprol Creme Wave Regular $6.50 Now $4.50 FREE! Eyebrow Arch with Shampoo and Set. Limited Time Only. . \ -— "V Acacia Beauty Salon 17 Public Square Phone 1667 PERSONALS . Mrs. Robert G. Smith has returned to her home in Cleveland after a brief visit with her parents, Mr and'Mrs. Clyde Bowers, Jefferson street. Pvt. Clyde Bowers returned to Selfndge Field, Mich., following a. visit with his wife and parents here. Mrs. Raymond Hoover, South Prospect street, is a patient at the Washington County Hospital. Mrs. A. V. Polack attended the funeral of Robert P/ Polack In York, Pa. W. H. R. Mulleuix is confined to his home on Virginia avenue with a severe case of flu. Mrs. Joseph Hoffman, 1 South Potomac street, is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Paul Hoffman, Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Stonebraker and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McEwen, this city, are vacationing at the Carolina Hotel, Pinehurst N C. . ' " ' Mrs. R. B. Hoover, 247 South Prospect street has undergone an operation at the Washington County Hospital, where she is a patient. Mrs. Randolph Mason, of New York, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Roy Snyder, Oak Hill avenue. James Koliopulosl son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Koliopuios, East Washington street, has returned to Princeton University after spending the weekend with his parents. Juniata Choir Will Give Concert Here College Musicians to Sing at the Church of the Brethren Sunday The Juniata College A Cappella Choir from Huntingdon, Pa., will sing its • annual concert in the Church of the Brethren Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Now in its.fifteenth season, the Juniata Choir is well known among college musical groups in this area. The director, Prof. Charles Luther Rowland, is a native of Washington countyl Having just recently completed a concert tour of western Pennsylvania, the choir has now returned to its pre-war status. For the first time_ In several yeajs, it has its full quota of male voices, and-now numbers thirty-six in Its traveling personnel. The program will include compositions by living American composers as well as classical choral compositions. Particularly noted for its interpretation of negro spirituals, as usual several will be programmed by the choir in its sacred concert. Special numbers also will be presented by the men's and women's groups separately and by the Varsity Quartet. LEITERSBURG GRANGE The regular meeting of the Leitersburg Grangers will be held this evening in the respective halls. Mrs. McElwain Is Reviewer Of Book Impassable Roads Halt Speaker from Attending Women's Club Tea On account of the impassable roads, Wilfred T. Grenfell was unable to address members of the Women's Club at their March tea yesterday afternoon. Substituting for, him. was Mrs. George McElwain who held the rapt attention of her audience in reviewing Odell and William Shepherd's book, "Hold Fast Games." Mrs. McElwain, who was called upon three hours before she presented the book review, did an excellent job and should be hi'lily commended. The reviewer referred to the book as exciting and rich in historical faces. Centering around an Indian boy, Mrs. McElwain said she believes he is meant to portray the life of Christ in the form of an Indian as their lives are so much alike. Mrs. Kenneth Spence, president of the club, introduced the reviewer. Mrs. Lewis Punkhouser and Mrs. Floyd Bennett received the guests and acted as hostesses for the afternoon. A silver bowl of spring flowers flanked with candelabra formed the centerpiece for the tea table presided over, by Mrs. Earl Kohler and Mrs. Carl Brandt. Assisting in serving were: Mesdames Leo Hines, Alfred Bonn, W H Graham, W. T. Osborne, Edwin Lantz, E. H. Koons, Jr., Leonard Mathias, Martin Urner, Robert Urner, Robert Fleigh and Dalton Welty. Mr. Grenfell will be heard at the April tea. Preceding the tea the Drama Reading class gave Elmer Rice's Dream Girl" to a large audience m the committee room of the club genuine alligator . An open-toe, sling-back with Spring manners and fitting ways. The fascinating markings and high lustre of real alligator . . . crafted with typical Foot Delight finesse into a distinguished sling back pump with a long fashioned future. $19.50 BW? Shi I NC.- G € R STO uun, mo» Hospital Releases ~ : : , Yesterday's releases -included- Mrs. Edward E. Brown, 208 Alexander street; Mrs. Viola E. Cunningham, Williamsportfi&rs. Jostph 4. Bowman, 140 North Locust street-' Mrs. Calvin B. Hoffman, 9 Dunn Irvin drive. Mrs. Grace N. Odder, 400 George street;; Mrs. Roy Washington, 341 Jonathan street Isaac F. Wilson, Jr., 423 Jonathan street;- Fred H' Ouster, 26-Avon road; Miss Anna B" Scadden, Route 1; Mrs. Clvde B Tritch, Route 4. Dr. M. E. Sullivan, 135 North Potomac street; W. L. Poffeuberger 334 Summit avenue; Miss Agnes' G. Gilbert, 1016 Oak Hill avenue- Mrs. Homer' B. Kersh, 318 West Side avenue. Three accidents were treated in the emergency room. William W Rinn, 39 North avenue, fell from a porch fracturing his left wrist which was X-rayed and treated. Lynn Stottlemyer, age nine, 720 Virginia avenue, fell while skating and fractured his left arm Pauline Switzer, 1041 Beechwood Drive, age eight, cut her forehead above the left eye. The cut was treated and she was discharged. Couple Weds In Boonsboro Sunday Miss Mary Emma Kauffman daughter of Mrs. Minnie B; Kauffman of Fayetteville, Pa., became the bride of Cloyd J. Kauffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis D. Kauffman ,of Fayetteville, on Sunday morning, March 2 at 10 o'clock. The 1 double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. A. Herpich. The bride is a graduate of the Quincy High School and is now employed as a stenographer. The bridegroom attended the Quincy High School and is now employed as an automobile mechanic at the South End service station in Waynesboro. Dressed in a powder blue dress and black accessories, the bride had a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Clinton Staley was matron of honor and Mr. Staley served as best man. _ After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Kauffman left for Fayetteville where they win make their home for the present with the bride's mother . They will spend, a short honeymoon in the South. TENTEN SERVICE Mid-week Lenten sen-ice will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church this evening at 7:45. The pastor Rev. J. Edward Harms, D. D., will preach on "Love Is What He Wants." There is fossil evidence that termites existed in their present form 55 million years ago. long before the human race appeared. SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS Washington County Children Pictured above, left to right, are: Sandra Couchmun, 1(513 Sherman avenue; Albert Krldler, 42!) West Church street; Louise Plum, Security (3x\»r^l>'V»..A%.r l^l'i,J__ • » • j-»» . . _ f ^.f-w m m w_J « R 1l ,; . . u awe A Bottom raw lett to right, Charles Waugh, Funkstown; Barbara Rouzer, from Salisbury N £ ' -- - -rr 1 j> 271 South Prospect street; Quinton Artz, S37 Mulberry avenue. Monthly Review Of Girl Scout Activities In County And City Troop 3 sponsored by Daughters! of Trinity Sunday school class, Mrs. Richard Crowther • leader, Mrs. James I. Dudley co-leader, held a regular meeting Thursday, February 27 at Trinity Church. Twelve girls, the leader and co-leader were present. The girls who had failed in their — - - •— o .. . u Titivs i. j. u u L t*. H G VJ. 111 LI Hi LI w First Aid test took it over during don Sperry this meeting, and following these tests'a basketball game was played. Peggy Jean Verner, scribe ^ Troop 18 sponsored by the The meeting opened with the re- j Y MCA, Mrs. Zoe E. Bowen, leader, peating of the Girl Scout oath, fol- j Mrs - Catherine Harp, assistant 1 ""'" 1 u " iu J! • " " leader,- held a regular meeting lowed by the reading of the secretary's report, and an explanation of the Girl Scout motto "Do A Good Turn Daily" by Patsy Sprankle. After marking our Patrol t books for attendance and dues ' games were played. Ann Marie Shank, scribe" Troop 4, Miss Jane Cromer, leader, held a regular meeting February IS, at St. John's Lutheran Sunday school building. Eighteen girls, the leader and 2 visitors attended. The meeting was called to order by the' president of the troop, Mary Ann Beck. The leader Miss Cromer, an- nouncetf that a covered dish supper would be held for the girls in the troop and their parents on March- 11, at 6:30 p.m. Each scout was asked to bring a contribution toward the meal. A birth- 'day cake is also to be included in the menu, since March is re-registration month for the troop. Jean Rouzee, secretary Troop 30, sponsored by the Women's Bible class of Zion Reformed Church, Mrs. John Bell, leader, and Mrs. Norman Purnell, assistant leader, held a regular meeting February 28, at the church sunday school room. Twelve girls, the leader, assistant leader, and one visitor, Miss Katherine McCullough were present. A color guard was selected and practised marching, preparing for the Scout rally to be held on March 12, in honor of Juliette Low's birthday, the founder of girl scouting. The following girls were selected: Jolly Urner, Diane Wagner, Marie Zimmerman, Betsy Sagle, Susan Hartsock, Mary McElwain and Joan Bartholomaeus. Miss McCtillough then taught us some songs sung by Girl Scouts at their rallies, Court of Awards and other meetings. $ Joan Bartholomaeus, Asst. Scribe Brownie Troop S, sponsored by Broadway P.T.A., Mrs. J. Hagedorn, leader, Mrs. Dorothy Me- Elroy, co-leader, held a regular meeting. February 26. The meeting opened with the taking of attendance and dues by the secretary Lorene Furnell and treasurer Margaret Calandrelle. The Brownies quickly settled to work on their Mother's Day project and were loath to. leave when dismissal time approached. Assisting with the project were the following committee-women: Mrs. Pauline Healey. Miss Mary Selser and Mrs. Paul Leichel. The meeting was dismissed through the Brownie Arch. Connie Nugent, Scribe Troop 16 sponsored by Margaret Hess Bible Class, .Mrs. Edwin Lantz leader, Mrs. John Hinkle assistant leader, held a regular meeting February 2S, at 4:00 p.m. Twelve girls, the leader and assistant leader were present. February 2S at 4:00 p.m. Sixteen girls, the leader and assistant leader were present. The president opened the meeting. Plans were discussed for a bazzar and handicrafts for the future and • also a skating party planned. Etta Ray Black, scribe X-xSK WATCH 4CWO*»»SM>5aMfl«v>eAV- <vi ~-^v^~-~___ ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bowers, North Prospect street, announce the engagement o£ their daughter, M. Delores Bowers, to George P. Stover, of Washington, D. C. Miss Bowers was graduated from St. Mary's High School in the Class of '46 and is now employed at the L'Aiglon Apparel, Inc. Mr. Stover served two and a half years in the armed forces with IS months duty oversease. He is now employed at Smith's Oil Company. The wedding will take place in April. Fine asbestos filn-es have a flexibility and strength comparable to that of silk. TOO WEAK TO DO ANYTHING On 'CERTAIN DAY*' Of Mo**? This great medicine to famous to relieve painful distress and ttred> nervous, Irritable leeilngi, o f »uch days — when due to female functional monthly disturbance*! Kitchen Sink Holzapfel & Firey Authorized Westlnjurhouse Dealer 45 E. Washington St. Ph. 4190 FOR •fS' / / r *$ iX-» ^ Opening T S. w Iwwx-SSWSKyW 1 Announcement Tomorrow ! Beck's Restaurant The patented Jumping-Jack sole feature means that heels roust keep properly positioned, that ankJes can't rurn in or out. It eliminates stiff counters and shanks, so foot and leg muscles can develop properly. And with no heels or striking edges to wear, Jumping-Jacks keep shape and looks until they're outgrown. Child specialists approve their scientific design . . . mothers like their smartness, quality and value. Moccasin style in sturdy elk ... white, brown, red or rwo- tones . . . Siz« 2-8. Bentz & Dunn 35 N. Potomac Hello World Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Ahalt, 135 bnglewood road, announce the birth of a sou, Allen Lynri, on February 28 at the local hospital. Mrs. Ahalt was Miss Marie Hush, Baltimore. An eight pound son, Stephen Page Badrick, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Pete Badrick at the Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, N.Y , at 6:57 p.m. on Friday, February 2s! Mr. Badrick is Hagerstown's well known ventriloquist. Catawba College Alumni To Meet A Hagerstown chapter of the Catawba College Alumni Association will be formed on Tuesday "' *' ^ '" ^ Paul Caldwell Alumni -. --, show Kodachrome films of the Tangerine Bowl football game which Catawba College won. All alumni and friends of the college are invited to attend the meeting. The committee in charge of arrangements consists of Mr and Mrs. Park ^oy, Jr., Mrs. Robert K. Arthur, Mrs. Madeline Peyton, 0. Albert Wolfe, Harold Myers, Lee Scott and the Rev. Gor- LENTEN SERVICE The third in a series of Lenten services will be at Bakersville this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Miller's theme will be "The Temptation of Christ." Thetaing Herald, Hagerstown, W., Wednesday, March 5 r 1947 THREE Parents Honored By Children At Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Weigand Celebrate 47th Anniversary A surprise anniversary dinner was given Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Weigand at the home of their eldest daughter, Mrs. Maurice S. Johnston, 900 Mulberry avenue on Saturday evening, March 1. This marked the 47th wedding anniversary of the couple. Table appointments were attractively done in white, saphire and gold. The dinner was climaxed by the cutting of the wedding cake, the presentation of a gift from their children and telephone call from next to youngest daughter, Mrs. J. L. Murray, of Onaincock, Va.. who was unable to attend. Tho.se of the family were: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Johnston and son, Maurice Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Weigand and daughter, Carmalita, Air. and Mrs. Donald C. Weigand and sons, Clayton, Donald Lee, Ronald' and Wayne, Mrs. Carl Mann and sons, Robert and Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Earl LiglHner. Scheduled Pomona Meeting Cancelled The Washington County Pomona meeting planned fov Saturday March 8 with the Montsarada Grange as hosts has been cancelled indefinitely according to the pomonamaster, Walter Bromley. The scheduled meeting of "the Montsarada Grange will be held on March 11 at the Lappans Parish House. Mrs. G. MacDonald A wedding solemnized Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at the Emmanuel Evangelical U. B. Church united in marriage Mrs. Goldie E. MacDonald and Leon B. Bradley. Mrs. MacDonald, formerly of Richmond, Va., is a resident of this city, and Mr. Bradley, formerly of Federalsburg, now lives in Dundalk. The Rev. Paul E. Holdcraft performed the ceremony which was proceeded by the playing of two selections, "0 Promise Me" and "1 Love You Truly," by Miss Kathleen Huffer, church organist. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Henry, son and daughter-in-law of Mrs. Bradley, were the only attendants. Mr. Bradley is employed by the Glenn L. Martin Company. LENTEN SERVICES Lenten Prayer Services sponsored by the Women's Missionary Society of St. John's Lutheran Church will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. Robert Koons will give the meditation. All women are invited to attend. 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