The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 6, 1947 · Page 4
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
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Labor Dep'l Member ToSpeakJoAAUW Miss Soro Buchanan, Law Analyst, to Address Group March 11 Principal speaker at the next general meeting of the Washington County Branch of the American Association of University Women on Tuesday, March 11 at the Women's Club will be Miss Sara L. Buchanan, legislative analyst of the Women's 1 Bureau, United States Department of Labor. A native of Premiss County, Mississippi, Miss Buchanan was' educated in Mississippi public schools graduating from high school as an honor student. Having received her Bache'lov of Laws degree from Cumberland University, LebaiVon, Tenn., she had five years of active Ladies' Ready 3 to Wear j i 13 W. Wash. St. j general practice in Mississippi, before Federal and State courts. Assuming the role as tax attorney for eight years with the Federal Government, Miss Buchanan has had eleven years' experience with the women's Bureau; United States Department of Labor-first as research attorney, and later as legislative analyst. Her major official interest tor the past ten years has been the comparative study of political and civil laws in relation to the status of women. She has been a consultant on this subject* for governmental and private inquirers. Miss Buchanan is the author of Women's Bureau report, "The Legal Status of 'Women in the United States of America", prepared on the request of the State Department for use of the League of Nations in its international study of the subject in 19o8. She's also author of several analyses and special studies based on the original survey of the status of women: Her latest work is a Cumulative Supplement to the basic report, providing a digest of pertinent legislation for the period 193S through 1945; now available from the Government Printing Of lice. • She . represents the Women's Bureau as field speaker and conference participant on women's legal status in cooperation with various national women's organizations. THIS IS COLD-CATCHING WEATHER ...50 DON'T FORGET You'fl tike how creamy-whife Soltice's stronsr medication works down info skin so FAST, goes in so COMPLETELY, leaves no trace of messy ~ greasiness. No matter 1v*bTt chest rubs you have ever used, you should cry Solrice. See how this modern quick-rub, with the special newly developed base, brings such fast-starting relief from colds'' distress. Feel how it eases and relaxes cold-tightened muscles, as you breathe in its active, head-clearim? vapours. Soltice rubs right down into skin pores completely and/**/, leaves no messy greasiness on the skin. Try Soltice. Miss Rice Weds R. E. Hammersla A pretty but quiet wedding ^ solemnized on Saturday evening March 1 at 7 o'clock when Miss Lorraine Rice, daughter of Mrs Charles Kaetzel, and the late C L Rice, became the bride of Robert E. Hammersla, son of Mr. and Mrs Russell E. Hammersla. both' of Chewsville. The single ring ceremony was performed at the St. Paul's Evangelical United Brethren Church by the Rev. P. Berry Plummer, D.D. The bride chose foi her wedding a navy blue dress with white accessories and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Elwood Grimm, as the bride's only attendant, was attired m a blue suit with matching accessories. George W. Hammersla, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Immediately following the cere mony the couple left for a short wedding trip. Upon their return they will reside at the home of the bride. Mrs. Hammersla attended the Hagerstown High School and was employed in the office of the Troy Laundry Company. Mr. Hammersla, rtho returned last summer from overseas service with, the armed forces, is now employed by the Good Year Tire Company. ROOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN 3 D\5 RING?---WHY, IT'S ' MUH GYPSY CHARM WITH , A TITLED MAN, AND 1M THIS AGE. PLACING STOCK IN SUCH MEDIEVAL BOSH/ ' A LUCKY MOON CINDER, TUH KEEP DA CHIEF'S HEX FRQtt _ ME/-SOLONG AS I WEAR. IT, A HEX CANT PENERJRATE PAST AN'LATCH YOUH SILLY RING AND FORGET TH£ NONSENSE OF A HEX/-MY WORD/ JUDGE CARRIES THREE BBIT FEET POSTPONE PARTY The birthday party, planned for the young people of the First Brethren Church, has been postponed from Thursday, March 6 until further notice. The party was cancelled because of inclement weather. Between 200 and 300 different automobile parts are made of rubber. A DASH Glasses can actually enhance your attractiveness If you have an expert prescribe the right shape and for your features. Solid Color Turkish TOWELS 98c Extra Heavy 20x40 McCrory 5c-10c-25c Store WINDOW SHADES made to order J. Ralph Fiery "The Wall Paper Man" 66 W Franklin St. Pretty Wedding Performed Here A pretty but quiet ceremony was accnnin solemnized in the parsonage of the Wright First Church of God on Friday eve- J riday eve mug, February 28 at 7 o'clock when Miss Dorothy E. Grams daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D F Grams, of this city, became the bride of Harry E. Mimnall, son o Mr. aud Mrs. Paul B. Mimnall, also of this city. The siugie ring ceremony wa solemnized by the Rev. H. C Gonso. The bride was attired in white white with navy accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds and baby's breath. Mrs. Arthur Grams, as the bride's only attendant, chose a pink frock with black accessories and a cor sage of pink rosebuds and baby's breath. John Stevenson, of this city served as best man for the bride groom. Immediately following the cere mony a reception was held at the home of the groom's parents on Highland Way. GIRLS! WOMEN! TRY THIS IF YOU'RE On 'CFRTAIXl HAVCr r>~ r ^ ^ ,^^^^ ^^^ Chronic bronchitis may develop if iBiuana way. Four cough, chest cold, or acute bron- Mrs. Mimnall is employed at the c ™ fc k ^ not treated and you cannob and G. Department Store ' Her ^p 3 ™ to takesa chance with any medi- • - - ' cuie less potent than Creomulsion which goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel a«cm laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed Droncnial mucous membranes. Creomulsion blends faeechwood creosote byspecial processwith other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with ttie understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough, per- -•—-•-«•*»*»* *fcj \_fHi I'DJj CU. R. and G. Department Store.' Hei husband, who is serving as a phar macist mate 2/c in the U.S. Navy spent 22 months of his four years service overseas. He is now stationed at Cherry Point, N. C. The first message sent by telegraph read "What hath God Wrought?" On 'CERTAIN DAYS' of The Month! po female functional monthly disturbances make you feel nervous fidgety, cranky, so tired and 'dragged out—at such times? Then do try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable oCyctia£. Compound to relieve such symptoms .It's famous for this purpose' Taken regularly—Pinkham's Compound helps build up resist- th C fc' S fh lnSt - SUCh distress - ^d ! 1ho J u jJ buy. Thousands 0 have Reported benefit! Worth.trying. VEGETABLE COMPOUND ECK'S t Are Happy to Announce the RE-OPENING of Their New Modern Restaurant FRIDAY, MARCH 7th at 5 P. M. j iin with all new equipment and improved facilities iasure and comfort. Featuring the finest foods B* «twvvssffi* >rhet y° ur appetite. - We-serve only the best sea- •fc:#ft£l food, steaks, chops, etc. iJBL^i ^ ou must see BECK ' S in its newest garb . . . you'M enjoy dining BATTER „ « nha ^omSto J«J,« « ^" K X"*^** ****** <H77L1NG S1 kKrv Jf «sh ed p ota y^ or R O t v Jirfo&ocs or F««*V} c W Otat °*. *<•- ^ *« Ma ^A,ima Be<^ nd BuUcr ..^^ ,. |f ^ " *• \j t-* v A r ••*-* c; f - J r .........•* * • • •• „ ^*i\PtirT- ^^-J. .\-.\- > "v»v. v. ••JSi^v-fJi «!TOB®» DANCE TO iriE MUSIC OF JACK FROST * AND HIS 8 PC. ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9 to 12 P. M. Favor* For All MADE, DEAN'S LIST Miss Faye A. Jayues, chuigliter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney B. Jayiies, of this city, has been included on the Dean's list at Bridgewater College according .to Dean Charles C. To qualify for the Dean's list at Bridgewater, a student must make a grade of "B" or better in all courses carried. Of 181 students in the three upper classes, only thirty- three qualified. A student's name on the Dean's list gives him optional class attendance as long as he maintains his distinguished class standing. Miss J'aynes HJ a sophomore at the college. In ancient Rome a man campaigning for office wore a white toga and was called caudidatus (clothed in white); whence the English word, candidate. Be Quick To Treat Bronchitis . HOMEMAKERS' CLUB The Rohrersrille Homemaker's Club'held its February meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold, Poffenberger Thursday afternoon with the newly-elected president, Mrs. Paul Norris, presiding. Miss Hilda Clopper gave interesting facts on the lit'e of Stephen Foster and Mrs. Robert Lakin, art chairman, spoke on Gainsborough's painting, "Blue Boy". Games were in charge of recreation chairman, Mrs. Brayden King. Concluding the meeting, reports were given If four Nose TilkVf -Spoils Sleep Tonight You'll like the way Va-tro-nol works right <where trouble is to open up nose-relieve stuffy transient congestion. (Al so grand for relieving sniffiy, saeezy, stuffy distress,'of head colds.) Follow directions in folder. V1CKSVATRONO! N ewberry's KEEP PRICES DOWN! ROLLAWAY COTS with iimersprings $26.95 Metal Cabinet Bases with porcelain tops and drawers $12.95 CONGOWALL S q. ft. 12c Cotton Felt MATTRESSES $16.95 Smith Furniture Co. 63 W. Franklin St. . (Adv.) ALWAYS SHOP At Meyers & Berkson CONGOLEUM RUGS Large Selections , . . Reasonably Priced 41-43 W. Franklin St. Opposite the Post Office PATRONIZE YOUR Municipal Electric Light Plant Maintained for the Sole Benefit of the Citizens and Taxpayer! of Hagerstown. » Office hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Daily Phones 765-766 jyiiHiiiiiiiiuiiuimiiiiiniHii HiiiiiiiiiiiiniiifiiiniiJHs I Income Tax Service | I Federal Returns | I State Returns | | Estimated Returns | | Winn Office Service 1 | 113 W. Washington St. § | Phone 2600 | = For 'your convenience our office = z; will be open from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m. = Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Ml, Thursday. March 6, 1947 FIVE by Mrs. Albeit Sinuinsen, who spoke on home furnishings; Mrs. Bertha Rohrer, who talked on nutrition; and Mrs. Leroy Rohrer, ;ave a review of the latest Us. Present at the meeting were 19 who book members and one visitor, Mrs. Howard Haynes. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Homer Grimm. There are about 65,000,000 males of all ages in the U. S. population. SUITS OF DISTINCTION For A Boy's Easter Single and Double Breasted Quality fabric youthfully, styled for the young set. In all the new materials. Sizes 6 to 20 years $16.80 to $24.75 BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS Fancy stripes, and some sizes in white. Sizes 4 to 14 years and 12 V* to 14 y 2 . $1.30 to $2.69 BOYS'HOSE Fancy and plain colors. Sizes 8 to 12. 35c and 79c BOYS' TIES Bows and Four-iu-Hand. . >0c and $1,00 Boys' Belts & Suspenders - - $1.00 BOYS' HATS in 3 Age Groups Boys' 3 to 8 - 10 to 18 - 16 to 20 years $1.65 to $2.95 BASEMENT Letter Brothers INSPIRED NEW HOFFMAN CALIFORNIA WOOLENS IN VOGUE FASHIONS BY-THE-YARD Sun magic ... glistening on toe waters of Carmel by-f he-sea -. .. enhancing the dramatic desert colors of Palm Springs. Nature's sun magJc .. ..translated by superb Hoffman California Woolens with all the enchantment of the California resorts after which they're named . . . Yosemite stripe, Carmei plaid. Palm Springs check ... each with its coordinated solid color. Here is color witchery . . wonderful virgin wools exclusive with us . . . destined for great success when combined with tf\e artistry of Vogue design*. FABRIC DEPARTMENT Letter Brothers

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