The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 17, 1947 · Page 3
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 3

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, March 17, 1947
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Lt. Dorothy Brown Joins local Corps Lieutenant Dorothy Brown, a graduate of the Salvation Army Training: College in Atlanta, Ga., has-been assigned to the Hagerstown Corps of the Salvation Army »s the assistant to tlie commanding officer. to Having gone immediately to the training college after graduating from high school, she had been active .assisting for three years previous to her entering college,' and has been attending Salvation 4.rmv services since childhood. She is particularly capable with youn- peoples' activities and will be largely responsible for this phase of the work here. She will also be responsible for the playground program on the Salvation Army lot on George street this summer. from Salisbury, Md., where she 8 held' a similar position, will preach -her rt to t Phyllis A. ' Couehman S General Hospital there it ""ed today from her par--.-,-.... and Mrs. Howard w Couehman, cavetown pike. Having h **» transferred to this lar-eThos- - _- from the 388 station hospital m Guisen with the Army of Occu- •' -ion. rhe loc-al Army lieutenant is now one of 90 nurses in the • 'Mich General Hospital. Lt. Couehman has been serving overseas for over a year, and has been in the U. S. Army Nurse Corps for three years. She graduated from the University of Marv- land, and entered the -service immediately. Miss Couchmaii's address is as follows: First Lt. Phyllis A. Couchman, N-S00003, 98 General Hospital APO 407-A, c-o Postmaster, New York, N. Y. eve- P1WU€0 pledges you the finest events that ran heW under fche Maryland Plan for Rac?ng-The M.rv I«id Jockey €hib. Established 1745 ' (2 2) " Year Is Successful For School Patrols Safety Measures Maintained At Most of City's Schools Around 500 boys and girls in Hagerstowu and Washington county are Hearing the completion or another school year, during which they have protected the lives of their classmates as members of the school safety patrols. Earl H. Howard, manager of the Hagerstovm office of the Automobile Glub of Maryland, said that Plans are now underway to mark * BOOM AND BOARD GOSH, AM I UMBARRASSED/" CA CHIEF GOT MADAM'* MADE ME TAKE SIX HUNNERT DOLLARS FER, MUH PET P!G, INSTEAD OF ONE HUNNERJ WHAT I ASKED/-HESAIDIFI ..o " on Saturday, May 10. School patrols are maintained at , and many of those in other parts of Washington county through the cooperation of the Automobile Club and the Board of Education. These selected bovs and girls, wearing distinctive belts guard street corners and intersections during the hours when the children are leaving and arriving at school. fa Mr. Howard pointed out that these patrols have helped reduce schoolchlld traffic fatalities over the nation by 26 per cent since 1922,. during a period when fatalities involving all other age-groups have risen tremendously. Gord Davidson, sturdy defense man of the Cleveland Barons i the American Hockey League i a locomotive fireman in the sum mer mouths. D1DNT IT, WE'D SCULP ME/ By GENE nCK^HERElAM WITH NOTHING BUT' LINT IN ONE POCKET AND A RIP IN THE OTHER.;--WHILE THIS SUET-HEAD, <5ET5 ^6OO FOR. . A £12. PIG/ IAVE JELLY- BEAM, JUDGE Miss Hojek Wins Scholarship Prize nioney ™ V 1 StUd at ngon a he Greentree- Stable, chest ° f . E(lui I )0is e ^ bringing a d t»s book is ———^-^ —^——-^^i^i^^^ There is Comfort and Wear In every pair of "POLLYANNA' Children's Shoes BENTZ & DUNN 35 North Potomac Street The famou. word,, "It might have been," The taddeat ever known ... The years of rent now represent What might have been your home. Home Builders Savings & Loan Assn. 128 West Washington Street . Phonc 3233 Women'* and ChUdrtn'* Ready-to-Wear The Bon Ton The Potomat tflisoi. Co. Catawbo Alumni To Hold Dinner Plans have been completed for the Catawba College Alumni dinner to be staged in the Rose Room of the Hotel Hamilton Tuesday evening, March 18, at 6:30. Arranged by committee members the banquet will feature in interesting program of college news, highlighted by greetings from Paul caldwell, alumni secretary, of Salisbury, N. c. Another main attraction of the evening will be the showing of films of the Catawba- Maryville football game at the Tangerine Bowl. The-Rev. Porter Seiwell, of Ship- peusburg, will gi ve the invocation following the dinner, guests will be introduced. Invitations to the affair have been mailed to all alumni in this area by Mrs. Madeline Peyton and the Rev. Gordon H. Sperry The arrangement committee was composed of Mrs. Robert K. Arthur Mrs. Park Loy, Jr., and Harold Myers with Mrs. Arthur aud Mrs Peyton in charge of the decora- ions Finances were handled by G. Albert Wolfe aud Lee Scott Receiving guests at. the dinner will be a reception committee comprised of the following: Mrs Madeline Peyton, Mr. and Mrs' Park Loy, Jr., Mrs. Robert K' Arthur, and the Rev. Gordon Sperry. FILES FOR DIVORCE June L. Myers filed suit in court aturday for a divorce from Alert T. Myers, bringing to 16 the otal number of suits filed so far us month. ' There's A BEST fn Everything In BREAD It'* CASKEY'S Caskey Baking Co. Collegiate Fraternity cele- its 74tli anniversary at the D P «Y aS ? illgt , on> Washington, D. C., Saturday, March 8 at a ban- H?ii? nd , receiUi ° M ' Wiss Jacqueline Hajek daughter of Mr. and Mrs ^- -/. Hajek, Smumit avenue was awarded the scholarship prfee Miss Hajek, a junior at the Uni- fr 1 , L° f J Iai T lttntl ' Was P resen ^ th ft «,,, e for haviag . obtaine(1 the grades iu her chapter ocal girl was also recently d as the lone junior student b°Jp,nf eat ' < : 11 work i- the ^Id of bacteiology tor the next year and has also be named on s List at the University - and. Delta Gamma, one of the oldest women s international collegiate fraternities, was founded in Dec- omhax tcn-t _.. ,, T *J<s\. Lewis School, The Morning Herald, Hagerslown, Md. .nonilNv IVT....I. ,~ «...- * ***« Awards weve also presented to otlier young women of the various chapters of Delta Gamma at the anniversary gathering. COUPLE MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns have returned from their wedding trip through the Virginias, Carolina,- Gdorgia and Florida. The couple were married March itthP^ e v ev -. Fr - Simon Kfln »y at the At. Mary's Parish House A reception w- s held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank Johnson, South' Potomac street, following their wed- dmg The couple will reside in Washington where the groom i s employed. Because of the vagaries of tide movement in the oceans, there are 25 coastal localities in the world that have no tides at all. Why Be Burdened _ 2. 3,4 Adorable coat, hat. and dross will r - is cut Jne Camp. agrees. '"•* Extra Weight SUM DOWN AND LOSE THOSE EXTRA POUNDS Texas formerly weighed 170 pound "• LOST 52 POUNDS - n ing Plan. . Your experience may or may not 1 "*' but whT not tr on our mone With this Vitamin Candy plan you don't cut out any meals.YoJ don t cut out all the foods you like ... .you just cut them down You . 30 days' supply only $2,25. Money T>EFORE the New York Stock Exchange -LJ admits the securities of any company to its trading list, that company enters into a number of agreements with the Exchange, all in the interest of the investing public. Of these many agreements, the most important of all is this: The company agrees to .disclose, at regular intervals, the basic far** about its operations and financial condition Because of this agreement, investors have access to a wealth of essential information. As a result, it is possible to make facts the sole basis of investment decisions, so far as securities listed on the New York Stock Exchange are concerned. Understandably, this Exchange cannot eliminate the risks which accompany ownership of securities-risks inevitable in the possession of any form of property, gut its listing^agreements do prcnnHp of facts necessary to judgment The wise investor seeks these the reports of listed companies ... on the financial! pages of the newspapers... at the offices of Member Firms of this Exchange. SewWw'forTh 0 * 118 and Wa shables ' .— XI CHAPTER The regula7~meetin« of the > chapter of the Beta 5^%sorority was held recently home of Mrs. Walter ^orth avenue. nal plans were discussed for -— mother-daughter banquet Fri- J i^-I^f- thet ? a *" House, ons must be made with -- - -.-~i by Ma^ch IS Announcement W a s made of the siTing dance slated at the Hotel Alexander. May 2. The program" for the meeting fol- XL* Pn tilP tVlPT»O- f^f ** I_T was discussed in a forum Iby the following members: Mabel Zentmyer. Madeline DeMottis Julia Over, Ruth Pryor, Dorothy ' Over* iNadine Cover and Doris Gryer The next regular meeting will be held ^March 25 at which time the election of officers will be held, and further plans will be discussed for the rushing" during April. ~~ ~ ~ L-=r- PATRONIZE YOUR Municipal Electric Light Plant Maintained f 0r the Sole Benefit of the Citizeni and Taxpayer* of Hagerstown. Office hours 8 a. m . to 5 p Leiter Brothers Owt Tfcif M At • ft«Mwf* DOM'T OEPEMD TOO MUCH ON THAT RABBITS FOOT - IT MAY HAVE A FALLEM ARCH / Folks say they can depend on us ... that we always give them complete cooperation. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Daily Phones 765*766 Fleisher'* Fashion Floor the 2nd arrived! Jtwt for yog!" '.n i 01,4 b»rry... 5 , o . cant« your pt«...lh- Y V j. . out 1 FLEISHER'S On the Fleisher s Thrift D ep t. 3rd Floor For the MOST EXCITING SALE SMARTER than EVER... SPRING AND SUITS $2500 Regularly $29.95 - $39.95 - $45 For Juniors - for Misses - for Women. 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