The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 12, 1947 · Page 2
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 2

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Wednesday, March 12, 1947
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Missionary Meeting Planned Tonight . The monthly missionary meeting of the Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren Church will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. 'Partners in a World Mission Tvil! be the topic for the evening's discussion. The leader will be Mrs. Hanson Hessler, who has arranged the program. Rev. J. B. Dyson and a group from Asbury ?fcthodist Church, North Jonathan street, will sing several selections. Others on the program will be Mrs. J. Gratton Mason, Mrs. Edmund Wyand, Mrs. William Ludwig, Mrs. William • Staley, Mrs. Walter Haynes and the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Holdcraft. Miss Nelle P. Clopper will be in charge of the business meeting at which time there will be an election of officers for the coming year. The public is cordially invited to attend. POCOHONTAS LODGE The Pocohontas Lodge will hold a box luncheon following their meeting on Wednesday, March 12, in commemoration of their anniversary. All members are requested to be present. A number -of candidates will also be admitted into the order at this time. *STARLAND* ROLLER RINK Security Road 1 Block, from Pangborn Blvd. Skating Session! 8 - 10:30 P. M. MONDAYS and THURSDAYS RESERVED FOR PRIVATE PARTIES Sunday Matinee 2-4 P.M. L Special Rates to Parties , IF YOU WERE NORA PRENTISS WOULD YOU KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT? •STAR OFUA Ike Hf* Warm Suntijs! • NOW SHOWING CONT. SHOWS 1 Till 11 p. M. f WARNER BROS I COLONIAL •fr TODAY ONLY -fc GONTINUOUS 1 To 11 P. M. TOMORROW ONLY FS8DUCT1&S 8UITA - BARfi? SUIUVAH A18ERT Miss Lambert And William While Wed Couple Married in Double Ring Ceremony of Sr. John's Lutheran Bermuda lilies, white snapdragons, palms and candelabra provided a. lovely setting for the wedding of Miss Betty Marie Lambert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Lambert, East Franklin street, and William H. White, son of Mrs. Mary E. White, West Antietam street, and the late Fred T. White, on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock m the St. John's Lutheran Church. Raup Camera Center. MRS. WILLIAM WHITE The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. J. Edward Harms. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Ruth Marie Jones sang "Because" and' "Ave Marie", while during the ceremony she sang "The Lord's »OB MIN AND WOttlH e's Q c Tt STO ui n, mo. WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop Northeast Cor. Public Square Baked Chicken Pie 45c SERVED TODAY 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. 5 to 7:30 P. M. Lakeview Cafeteria Opposite City Park Lake A WARNER BROS.\1 ACADEMY TODAY ONLY TOMORROW ONLY INNOCENT GIRL ON TRIAL FOR LIFE... ..with guilty Killer as defense attorney! Produced by MARTIN MOONEY » Directed by ROKRT WISE Screen Play by Lawerx* Kirnbte TODAY & THURSDAY CONTINUOUS It A.M. to 11 P.M. The Screen's Strangest Thrill ! "STRANGE JOURNEY" The Strangest Story of .Love and Violence- Ever Told ! Starring Paul Kelly — Osa Massen "Prayer." Asher S. Edelman was at the organ./ The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white satin designed with a sweetheart neckline, and tight-fitting bodice, both of which were accentuated by seed-pearl and silver-bead flower embroidery, . leg-oFmutton sleeves and a full skirt which terminated in a train. Her finger-tip veil was fastened to a tiara of orange blossoms with inlaid seed pearls. She carried a bridal shower bouquet of white roses, snapdragons and bud- leia, centered with a gardenia corsage. A strand of peai^s, a gift of the bridegroom, was the only jewelry worn by the bride. The matron of honor, "Mrs. Jack M. Byers, wore a powder blue frock with a taffeta top and full skirt of net with taffeta applique. Her gown featured a sweetheart neckline and elbow length sleeves To complete her outfit she wore a Juliet cap of silver sequins and long white gloves. Her bouquet was composed of pink roses, blue iris, and pink snapdragons. Serving as best man was Jack M. Byers. The ushers were Jack A. White, uncle of the groom, and Fred T. White, Jr., brother of the groom. For her daughter's wedding, "Mrs Lambert wore a navy blue dress and hat with black accessories and a yellow rosebud corsage. The bridegroom's mother chose a dress of cobalt blue and hat to match with black accessories and a corsage of red roses. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the.Hager House. When the couple left, for their honeymoon in Florida, the bride was wearing a kelly-green suit with black accessories. A white three- quarter length top-coat and a gardenia -corsage completed her outfit. • Upon their return to '* this city Mr. and Mrs. White will reside at 31% East Franklin street. Out-of-town guests included: Mr and Mrs. Jack White, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crider, Jr., and daughter Waynesboro; Mrs. Thomas O'Hare' Long Island. A large percentage of the members of the Co-Vet Club of Hagers- tqwn attended a spaghetti supper held at Rocco's on Monday evening. Mrs. Mary Luipersbeck was in charge of arrangements. Following the supper games were played. Porter Lee, John Wishard, Miss Barbara Collier, and Edward Reichard were in charge of the program. An informal party has been planned next Monday evening in the rose room of the Y.M.C.A. at S:00 p.m. Since the Knights of Columbus have scheduled a dance on that night it was decided not to hold a regular meeting as many of the members will be attending the dance at Franklin Court. The Young Men's Club of Hagerstown hare been invited to attend a party given by the Co-Vets on Monday, March 24 in the auditorium of the "Y." Washington County Children Pictured above, left to right, are: Shirley Bussard, 400 McDowell avenue; Larry Wood, 1231 Salem avenue; Patricia Suuer 227 West Frank- 1m street. Bottom row, left to right: Jimmy Scalese, 118 Rav stree" Anna Archnger, 901 West Washington street; Ricky Motz 112 South Prospect street. •' Librarian Speaks To Hairdressers Reading for pleasure and pVoflt ,,. , , " ••»'*"• 'juoiLicaRj session ciimaxea was discussed by Mrs. Henry Hoi- the meeting. Plans were made to zapfel, 111, of the Washington Coun- nold . t}ie meeting at the Hagev ty Free Library, when she spoke to members of the Hagerstown Hairdresser's Association at their regular- meeting Monday night at the Hotel Hamilton. • Choosing as her subject, "Know Your Library," Mrs. Holzapfel out- linedythe branches of the library open to the public, stressing the use of the reference department and the card catalogue. In her talk, she also told of the current magazines and non-fiction books available to the public. In covering recreational reading, she urged that readers select a variety of novels rather,than confine themselves to WORLD'S BITTER TONIC AS A LAXATIVE BITTER TONIC For Occasional Helps Stimulate Constipation Appetite Caution: Use r only as directed. For over 20 years. World's Bitter Tonic has made many friends with men and women. Get a bottle now at Rudy's, Cauffman's and all modern drug stores. Girls! Women! Who Suffer Distress Of iHftMALl WEAKNtSS with its nervous cranky feelings... Do female functional monthly disturbances make you feel nervous, fidgety, cranky, so tired and 'dragged out'—at such tunes? Then do try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- '44 e. table Compound to relieve such symptoms. It's famous for helping girls and women in this way! Taken regularly — Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. Just see if you, too, don't remarkably benefit. Also a great stomachic tonic. Worth trying! COMPOUND WHY NOT? Let the Whole Family Help You Select Your , WALLPAPER Call 1149 Have A Sample Book Delivered To Your Home HOWARD'S PAINT STORE 23 E. Washington St. Phone 1149 by ^S with "your footprint Here's a shoe-fit to find once m a lifetime beautiful fashion-wise lines outside and inside * patented moulded sole for you to' walk on that softly cradles every curve and hollow and fits your foot all Sold Exclusively By Leiter Brothers MAIN FLOOR a particular type of book. A St. Patrick's dinner was featured preceding the program. At the dinner, a birthday celebration was held honoring Miss Lois Luinm, president of the association. A brief business session climaxed House Monday, April 14. TRY-AD CLUB On Monday evening a ruiiz program was staged by the Try-ad Club members and prizes were claimed by Mrs. Evelyn Heunesy and Miss Katliryn Darby. It was announced at the meeting last evening that members of the club are invited to use the swimming pool and gymnasium on Thursday, March 20 as guests of the "Y." At the next meeting members have scheduled a clean-up project in the clubrdom. It requires about 14 pounds of air to provide enough oxygen to burn one pound of gasoline. Do You Suffer From Bronchial Asthma? Do you have a friend who does? PAROX-EASE is now available at People's and other drug stores. No charge if it does not help child or adult better and quicker than any other treatment or medication. Ask about it, buy it, enjoy the thrill as chemists and doctors again unite to bring you the very best. If you wish, write or order direct. Associated Research Laboratories Frederick, Maryland It's Better! Adv. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md, TJHREE We«lHe*dnjj March J2, 1047. OAZZUMG DIAMOND LI I' Ugh! Now tellum folks in STORE Hagerstown not to miss y ROGERS ' JEWELRV Co. 66 W. WASHINGTON ST. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Just see what the Easter Bunny's 'brought for the wee lassies . . . coats and more coats . . . one more adorable than the other. Solids and tweeds in the season's newest styles and colors. And only priced from 10.98 to 29.75. ¥ Double breasted navy wool. Belted back. Deep armhole, stitched sleeve. Adorable little coat in pastel wool with gay shoulder embroidery. x Double breasted tweed wool with cape shoulder. All wool princess coat. Single breasted, assorted colors. Double breasted princess coat. Cherry red. Two rows of stitching on pocket flaps. Belted back tweed wool with contrasting, sharply cut lapels. Two button closing. Double breasted navy wool coat with sailor collar and white rigging. v/ Double breasted all-wool coat. Gaily embroidered on collar and pockets: Boy's coat. Double breasted wool tweed. Flap pockets. Matching peaked cap. Double breasted red box coat.' White buttons and roomy flap pockets. Letter Brothers

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