The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 13, 1947 · Page 3
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Miss Miner And Mr._Cline Wed Mrs. Oscar Miner, tliis city, announces the marriage of her daughter, Mary Jane,' to Thunnaji P. Cline, sou of Fred D. Cliue, of .Smithsburg, and the late Mrs. Cline. Th'e ceremony was solemnized at the Downsville Fi^st Christian Church, on Sunday, March 9. The bride chose for her wedding a brown suit with matching aces- sories and a gardenia corsage. Mrs. Cline is employed at the Me- Crory's Store. Her husband is engaged in fawning. EVANGELISTIC MEETING v The t\vo weeks' evangelistic meeting which was scheduler! at the Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren by the Rev. Jesse W. Whitacre from March 3-16 has been postponed for several months due to the weather conditions. Few people ore on their feel more constantly'than Young Women to White. And few people choose their shoes with greater care. For perfect fit, for scientific support, for fine quality, smart Young Women in Whife choose'TH5 CL/NIC 'SHOE . U*n»*.». U. ^S»^>**-<"-^^ ^^0^»~ *X Finest footwear for the ever-moving feet of Young Women in White...THE CLINIC SHOE, specially designed and "engineered" to fit perfectly and give extra support to eliminate fatigue. SHOES 86 W. WASHINGTON ST. EHTOB1TES. Hamilton Jewelers Have Done it Again! Beautiful 8 Different Styles and Colors. Tax Included HAMILTON JEWELERS Miss Buchanan Is A.A.U.W. Speaker Reporting that Maryland compares favorably with other states concerning the legal status of women, Miss Sara L. Buchanan, legislative analyst, addressed members of the Washington County Branch of the American Association of University Women Monday evening at the Women's Club. Explaining in detail the legal status of women, Miss Buchanan told that women must make it their concern to be interested in laws. "In comparing the status of women it interested me to know that in the teaching profession women are on the same scale with men." Having had eleven years experience with the Women's Bureau, United States Department of Labor- first as a Research Attorney, and later'as a legislative analyst, the speaker stated that her major interest for the past ten years has been the comparative study of political and civil laws in relation to the status of women. She is a consultant on this subject for governmental and private iruiuirers. A question period ensued at the end of the talk, after winch Miss Buchanan presented several bulletins concerning the status o! women to the group. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served, with Miss Mildred Keirn in charge. Preceding the address a business session was held and various reports were made by the officers and chairman of the branch. Mrs. Wiuslow Burhans announced that a tea will be given on April 1 for young women planning to enter college and their mothers at the Hagerstown High School. Mrs. Jack Beachley, president of the AAUW, invited members to attend the next executive committee meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. Charles Jones, 26 Greenfield road, on Friday evening, March 2S at S:00 o'clock. BOOM AND BOARD By GENE AHERN WO,f"YOU HEAP FINE ^ F ELLA/- - ME MAKE YOU M AGAIN HONOR. CHIEF, thl /AY TRIBE/-- HEX ON YOU NOW GO/- We have made another special purchase of Ladies' New Spring Handbags. CHIEF,-I'LL SELL 'Lit FREDDY'IF YUH'LL START RIGHT AWAY TUH TAKE YER, WAPAHOO HEX OFFA ME BEFORE DE5E SPOTS ON MUH FACE TOIN INTO POLKA DOTS/ OUT UM WAMPUM BASKET RDR, SELL ME PET/ EINSTATED AT A FAT PROFIT^ 3-13 St. Mary's Library Reports Big Year Many Books Loaned During First Year of Operation St. Mary's Catholic Library, in a very successful first year of operation, built up its stock oC books to 450, and loaned them out 1,228 times to over two hundred readers, according to the annual report drawn up yesterday by Miss June Carper. Most popular fields of reading at the library were fiction and biography. hi the fiction field, the more popular books included: Brides- Rehearsals For Comedy Started are underway for Girls," a three-act Asher Edelman To Give Organ Recital Another of the weekly Lenten organ recitals will be held by Asher S. Edelman in St. John's Lutheran Church this afternoon from 12:05 to 12:55 o'clock. The program will be as-follows: Thou Art Repose, Schubert; Gigue Rondo, J. C. F. Bach; Air Tendre, de Lully; Cathedral Prelude, Clokey; Meiniet (Requested), Boch- erini; Arioso in A. Bach; chorale prelude: In Death's Strong Grasp the Saviour Lay, Bach; Allegro from Sonata No. 1. Borowski and Bell ( Benedictus, Weaver. These recitals are open to the public. The movement of a division of troops consisting of 15,000 men requires 283 railroad cars and a minimum of 20 locomotives. r ' Rehearsals "Calling All comedy by Vivian Mayo, to be presented by the choir of the Washington Square Methodist Church April 23, 24 and 25. The cast features Dennis Thurston, playing the part of David Ricker, a shy, young man with more interest in the stars of the heavens than in young v-omen of marriageable age. A. C. Miller is cast as George Ricker, David's uncle, and Ella Corinne McGlaughlin. Dorothy Thurston and Martha Ellen Mauck are three maiden aunts. The role of Starr Mayfield, an orphan looking for work, is portrayed by Eleanor McMillan. Four young ladies in search of rich husbands, Rita DaviAj, Norma Linden, Maisie Merrill and Bethie Brown are enacted by Margaret Amsley, Jane Sullivan, Janice Flegal and Gladys Hesson, Edgar King plays Julius Johnson, a cheerful undertaker and Jack McGlaughlin has the part of Jim Hilton, a useful lawyer. Tickets for the play may be purchased from any member of the cast. FACE COVERED WITH PIMPLES Miss B. Green, Box 361, Davis, Okla., writes: "For three years my face was covered with large pimples caused by an external condition. I decided to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment. After using lliem for three weeks I was greatly relieved; and now my skin is as smooth as a baby's." Cuticura may help you too! Buy Cuticura at your druggist's today! Enjoy ils fine flavor QUALITY Coffee Ask your Grocer COFFEE The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. Thursday, March 13, 19-17. lead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh; Masterful Monk, Owen F. Dudley; Uui'der In A Nunnery, Eric Shep- ierd. Biographies that were read the nost included: Dark Symphony, Elizabeth Adams; And Down The )ays, John L. Boun; My Mother, Daniel A. Lord. Among those helping to make he library such a success during he first year were: Misses June harper, Esther Warner, Regina tVagner, Paula Wingert, and Al- )erta Mobley, and Mesdames M. 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