The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 26, 1947 · Page 4
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Mrs. Nancy Frantz Is Guest Speaker Mrs. Nancy Frantz was guest speaKer at the regular monthly meeting of the Cleaner's Class held recently in the social room of the Trinity Lutheran Church. Telling of her life as an anist and painter, Mrs Frantz staled that it is important for each person to acquire a holjby. Following the address Mrs. Frantz was presented with a corsage. At the business meeting Miss Irene Rohrer was apinimed chairman of the mother and daughter banquet to be held May 7 Miss Dorothy Wilhide was appointed chairman of the fellowship supper to be staged April 20. Refreshments were served at the close of the affair and the following acted as hostesses: Mesdames Joseph Bowers, Mary Brown. Elizabeth Bragunier and Miss Martha Ellen Eahle. The next monthly meeting will be. held April 18 at the home of Mrs. Frantz, Broadway, at which time she will exhibit to the class her painting and weaving. LENTEN SERVICE A mid-week Lenten service will be held at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Fimkstown, this evening at 7:30 p. m. A picture mediation will be given by the pastor, Rev. R. M. Miller, on the painting of Fritz Von Uhde, "The Last Supper." There will be no more mid-week services at Salem Lutheran Church. Bakersville, until Good ^riday. April 4 at 7:30 p. m. Brilliant New Radio Phonograph Combination by HOWARD America's Oldest Rodio Manufactu rer $179 so 6 tube including Rectifier with two dual purpose tubes. Automatic Record Changer 10" or 12" records, can be intermixed. Turntable stops end of last record. Operates from 105-125 volt, 50-60 cycle AC current. Underwriters approved. BEAUTIFUL WALNUT CABINET With An Electric Phonograph Switch $54.95 Hamilton Jewelers Hotel Hamilton Corner Hagerstown Dinner Party Held By Teachers Group On Saturday evening the Hagerstown members of Chi Chapter, Delta,Kappa Gamma,-national fraternity of women teachers, were hostesses at a dinner party at the Hager House given in honor of Benjamin C. Willis, Superintendent of Schools, and Mrs. Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Willis will leave Hagerstown in the early summer to make their home in Yonkers, N. Y., where Mr. Willis has accepted a position as superintendent of schools. The tables were beautifully decorated with red roses, tall, red lighted tapers and with replicas of the gold key of the organization. Tribute was paid to Mr. Willis and a lovely corsage was presented to Mrs. Willis. Following the dinner cards were played.'Prizes for high score were presented to Mrs. Philip Rauth and Mr. Willis in bridge, to Miss Maude Hildebrand and Mrs. William, C. Oiehl in "500," md to Miss Emma Itneyer and Mrs. Catherine Hurd in rummy. Invited guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Rauth, Mr. and Mrs. William C- Diehl and Byron J. Grimes. Members of the fraternity attending included: Miss Miriam Hoffman, president of the chapter; Misses Ann Richardson, Helen Widmyer,. Annilea Browne, Margaret Smith, Erma Itneyer, Martha Seaman, Innes Boyer, Frances Grimes, Maude Hildebrand, Mattie Myers, Pauline Rowland, Ethel Daubert, Ethel Allison and Jane Martin; Mesdames Nora Snyder. Grace B. Downin, Catherine Hurd. Eleanor Hartnett, Rebekah Stouebraker and Naomi 11. Taylor. Ail snake venom contains several different kinds of poison. DIPPO Silver Cleaner Cleans Silver In 10 Seconds Without Rubbing Just dip silver for 10 second* —then rinse and wipe dry. Dull tarnished silver gleams like new. Gee DIPPO SILVER CLEANER today! SCOn'S SCRAP BOOK Main Floor LEITER BROTHERS you mw FOR EASTER? APRIL 6th Hagerstown Laundry, Inc. DRY CLEANERS ONE. O WORLD'S MOS< PECULIAR <;uN IS A F1SH-SPEARIM By HISCOn ARROW Wrftf BLACK POWDER FOR UKDER- FISHW4 oFAPES AND KUMARS SHOW LIKENESS IH APULfS HAS 'fa AMAZON RIVER SEEK EXPLORED UP ALL rf£ •ffUBUf ARIES ? KO WILD AKIM/M.S IK- KYASALAMP, Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Carolyn Larsh, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Rockwell A. Larsh, of Norwalk, Calif., and Dr. William Newcomer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Newcomer, of this city. The ceremony was solemnized at the First Christian Church of Asheville, N. C., on March 20, with the Rev. Harold L. Tyer officiating. The couple had as .their attendants Mr. and Mrs. Horace E. Langton, of Asheville. Dr. Newcomer is a member of the medical staff at the Moore Veterans Hospital, Swaunanoa, N. C. TO BE GRADUATED Edward L. Swomley, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Swomley, South Locust street, and John W. Leather, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Leather. Hagerstown Route 1, will receive certificates from th e Refrigeration. Heating and Air Conditioning Institute of the Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wis., March 27.- At the commencement ceremony, Mr. Swomley will receive his technician's certificate and Mr. Leader will receive his service certificate. QUIET WEDDING A quiet wedding was solemnized last Saturday evening at 4 o'clock at the Reformed Church parsonage, deai-spring, when Miss Anita G. Shuman, daughter of Mrs. Iva Shuman and the late Mr. Shuman, became the bride of Donald 0. Cunningham, sou of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cunningham. The double ring ceremony was solemnized by the Rev. j. w. Huffman. The bride chose for her wedding an aqua blue street length dress with black and white accessories. A corsage of gardenias completed her outfit. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was given in honor of the couple by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cunningham after which the couple left for a brief wedding trip. A graduate of the Greencastle High School, Mrs. Cunningham is employed by the Stanley Company, Chambersburg. Mr. Cunningham, who served for approximately five years, is now employed by the Potomac Edison Company, Cumberland. The couple will, reside in Cumberland after April 1. modern and new!" "Why, this room iooks different!" "I cannot describe the *ffansformation<f~ WH«t ** Kom« owner toys oftw pomtmg inferior A D If f\ II 1% V U II . mixed piastic oil which creates a beauti- pastel texture decoration IT IS EASY TO APPLY! of ottr slore for a fre* ffmsfc«<J yompl* S 3-°°PerGal. Factory Representative Will Demonstrate ARVON FINISHES Week Beginning March 24th Public Is Invited Hagerstown Paint & Glass Co. •45 W. Franklin St. Phone 82 . . . and charming is what you'll say about o u r "DICKIES" and they are just the thing to show off your new Spring Suit. Main Floor Letter Brothers Rttiffl^^ I 55TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John Harries recently celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at the home of their son, Claude C. Harries, Funks town. The couple were married by the Kev. L. 0. Bentuer, pastor of the U. 13. Church, Keedysville. and lived in the same house for 50 The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. FIVE WeilnpNtlny, MurtJi 'M, 1047. years. In recent years they have moved to their present home in Fimkstown with their son. Mr. and Mrs. Harries also have a daughter living in Washington, 1'. L/. It is now believed possible to produce a tire which will last as long as an automobile. Paul Berlenbach, world's light- heavyweight champion 20 years ago, works in a New York brewery. So feminine, with its fagoted top; so practical with its exquisitely simple lines . . . The Austinaire . . . for every wear. Tailored by Tommie Austin in DUVAL rayon crepe. Navy, Black, Aqua, gray, Rose, Apple Green, or Cocoa. Sizes 12 to 20. 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