The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 20, 1947 · Page 3
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 3

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Thursday, March 20, 1947
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Elliott President Of Landis Company John H. Elliott, former resident of this city, and a brother of City Councilman J. Frank Elliott, Tuesday was elected president and general manager of the Landis Machine Company of Waynesboro. Mr. Elliott succeeds C. N. Kirk- Patrick and the change was made at the annual reorganization meeting of the Board of Directors of the company. Mr. Kirkpatrick remains as chairman of the board, Mr'. Elliott has served as secretary of the successful manufacturing company for years and his election to the presidency is a. well deserved promotion. He is a son of the late Prank-T. Elliott, a former county commis- sioner of Washington county and long in the grocery business in this city. While boni in 'the Welsh Run section, Mr. Elliott Client all of his boyhood in Hagei-stown. Besides Councilman Elliott, another brother, James C., and "two sisters, Misses Charlotte T and Mary A. Elliott, reside here. . There's it man in (_!;ijb>i/k-uiioti IS whoT fix that roof leak. \ Few Landlords Seek Increases Hagerstown landlords have returned only a dozen or so of the 600 applicatiqu forms which they received several weeks ago with which to apply for increased rentals under new OPA liberalized hardship regulations, the Rent Control office reported yesterday. When OPA announced that forms would be available for application for increased rentals in hardship cases, the oflice was swamped with applicants. The forms that have been returned have been sent to the Baltimore office for processing by a staff of accountants to determine the justification for their claims. Rent Director William Young speculated on the possibility that many landlords are holding the application back figuring that a new rent control law may permit a specific general increase in rents. The use of coal for iron smelting was long delayed by the tendency of carbon from the coal to enter the iron, making it brittle. building: Is -"booming" and usod materials sell auickly heng. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown,' Md. THREE TJlUTNililJ'. .till' ;i ^0, DMT.' ' ' TRy THIS EASY, ECONOMICAL WAY TO MORE ATTRACTIVE HAIR For richer-looking, more lustrous hair, massage scalp with Cuticura Ointment to stimulate circulation and loosen dandruff. Later, shampoo with Cuticura Soap. Today at druggists buy fragrant, mildly medicated Cuticura CUTICURA 5.VA8J OINTMENT I GARDEN.SEEDS f GARDEN'TOOLS f LAWN MOWERS 1 Martin | Feed and implements 1 \ SCO PennKylvaniii Are. 1 'iitiiiriimiiiiiiiniiimiiuimiililiuiiiiwiiiiiiimmiliiiiiiiimiiuiiiijiimif 98 SPRING HANDBAGS Bags for every occasion done in patent or grained plastic. Some brights, some darks . . . with golden or lovely mock shell detailing. 70 SOFT SHEER BLOUSES Dainty rayon sheers for 2. a touch of Spring! Variety of styles in angelic white—prettied with bows, ja. bots, frills or lace. Sizes from 32 to 38. 1 \ T90 Crisp beloved classics— * in popular butcher linen type fabric— to value now through summer. Variety of colors. Sizes from 9 to 15, 12 to 18. HOSE OF 3-thread, crepe-twisted sheer silk . . . full fashioned for perfect fit... reinforced at all points of strain. Flattering shade. Sizes from WT. to 10H. Timely Money-Swing Values You'll Want for the EASTER PARADE Come . . . and Bring the Family/ Get Set Noio! 4 BIG SALE DAYS ON SPRING SUITS Regufady Priced at $35 •%iiiiii Wards brings you soft, supple all wool gabardine at this sensational new low price right in time for Easter festivities! impeccably tailored classics with rich whip stitched edges—new soft dressmaker touches-in cardigan or man-tailored styles. In every new shade for spring. Buy no wand save at Wards. Sizes from 10 to 20. 10% Down Opens a MonfWy Payment Account M«SH NEW PRINTS Spring flower-gardens in JL print . . , fresh with ruffles and crisp trimmings. Unusually well made of fine oualitv washable cotton. Sizes7-14. TWO-TONE WOOL GOAT Elastic-shirred waist- O line tied in front on a coat of all-wool Shetland type styled in either coral or keily with grey. Sizes from 2 to 4. Just the thing for Easter and practical long after . ; ; a two- toned suit in wool and rayon. 4-10. ROLL-ON GIRDLES They're comfortable; controlling . .. grand for Spring wear! • Roll-on Panty Girdles ....... 1.98 WEDGE HEEL SANDAL 398 Of gleaming patent with ^ cross strap vamp studded with nail- heads. Faille.covered platform. 4 to 9.

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