The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 1, 1947 · Page 4
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 4

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, April 1, 1947
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Rehearsals Begin For 3-Act Comedy Rehearsals for the Dramatic Club production of Douglas _\ Pavkhirsfs new three-act comedy. "But Fair Tomorrow," are entering the final week at the Hagerstown High School, where it will be presented before the public on Tuesday evening. April g, at 8:30 p. m. Tickets for this performance are now on sale at the'sdiool and may | )e secured from any member of the Dramatics Club. Action in this rollicking comedy is centered largely about the efforts of young Barbara. Howard to solve family problems in her o"wn imaginative way. Compllc»rions are added by her brother Randy and her older sister Louise, whose af- 45c 50 Ib. LARD CANS ARTHUR DORSET'S SKI.l- SERVICE MAKKET Cor. S. J.o<-u»t and Rnn<lolpb fairs of the heart run none too smoothly. Presiding over the house- nod with a firm ')ut kindly hand is a colord maid, Delilah, one of the funnies characters to be found in any hlfili school play, it Is she was ultimately watches the tangled lives of seven people unwind and then link together to make a happy and completely satisfying ending. The part of Babs Howard is portrayed by Joan Padian. while Catherine Morgan is cast as the irrepressible Delilah. Charles Saxe has the role of the star basketball player, Randolph Howard, with Esther Kiddle opposite him as Violet Hatfield. The romance Clement of this three-act comedy i s furnished by -Mary Dan.sberger.. as Louise Howard, ami Paul Byer, as Ralph Mason, a serious-minded history teacher. Oilier supporting roles are taken by Duke Stouffer, as Walter Howard; Robert Hoffman, as Phillip Ward; Evelyn Robertson, as Harriet Howard; and Rosalie Bow- arcl. as Murial .Morrison. This production by the Dramatics Club is under the direction of Miss Miriam Walker, Miss Lucy Jane Sinner, Miss Doris Humrichouse and A the R. 1'epler. Your HEADQUARTERS for Complete Body Service from simple dents arid touch-up to wreck jobs and repainting. Experienced men using latest tools and service methods assure the best job in minimum time and lowest price. * * 237 FREDERICK ST. PHONE 2674 "Safety First" Is Luncheon Topic "Safety First" was the program theme featured at, the regular monthly session held by school lunch pereonnel when ihe staff of Broadway School entertained approximately 5<j members at a luncheon meeting at the school Saturday. Highlighting the discussions were talks by Francis Coaklcw, of youth Potomac Street Junior High School -Miss Ruth ilotzler, and Miss Madeline Dermody. ]„ au informative address, Mr. Coakley discussed the prevention of accidents in ih^ school lunch room and showed movies and posters to illustrate his talk. The discussion continued with Miss Rotzler explaining and demonstrating treatment for accident cases which may occur at school. Climaxing these talks, Mi«s Dermody spoke on the importance on subscriptions to this policy Following the program, a general discussion on summer work for school, lunch personnel was held with Mrs. Eleanor Hartnetc, director of school lunch program, suggesting types of jobs available this year Assisting with arrangements for the luncheon meeting were Miss Annilea Browne, principal of Broadway School; and Mrs. S. Earl Voting, chairman of the school lunch committee at Broadway and Wayside schools. At the luncheon, the tables were attractively decorated with crystal candelabra, tall yellow tapers'and Spring flowers. An Easter motif was carried out in the place cards and in the centerpiece of colored eggs. In charge of the decorations was Mrs. J. Earl Young. The next meeting of the school ROOM AND BOARD W 1 UNDERSTAND YOU FEEL YOU ?/ ARE ALSO A CONTESTANT IN - SOLVING THE EARL'S RIDDLE \ FOR. A CASW PRIZE/--AW/11 ••• V • • • MAY 1 REMIND YOU THAT THE CONTEST IS STRICTLY BETWEEN THE EARL AND MYSELF?/ _ AHERN MOVE YOUR HEAD OVEPL- •••TH-EARL is LETTING' US ALL GRAZE IN THAT £lOO CLOVER, PATCH r • HE TOLD VOU TH' RIDDLE A WEEK AGO/- BUT SO FAR YOU HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO SOFTEN TH'SUET FOR THINKING UP EVEN ONE ANSWER./ EARL V/ANTS MOFL5 ACTION — lunch group will be held at Surrey School April 2(5 with the staffs of Surrey, Antietam streets and Winter Street Schools acting as hostesses. W. C. T. U. MEETING ^ The meeting of the Women's Christian Temperance Union scheduled for March 5 and cancelled because of inclement weather, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the parsonage of the Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren church. Summit avenue. Mrs. Paul E. Holdcraft will be "This Little Piggy Went to Market" Yes sir! He wouldn't have had any money if he hadn't of gone to Jake to borrow and he 'paid him back in small evenly spaced amounts. * Insurance Loans • Appliance Financing * Home Repairs • Auto Financing "Let Us Serve You At A Saving" HAGERSTOWN tOAN & THRIFT CORP. J. A. "Jake" Hoffman, Mgr. 138 W. Washington St. Phon( . 19?6 tlie speaker. Accompanied by Miss Kathleen H utter, Mrs. Edgar (iussanl will sin;; 'several Selections. Mrs. Mae Clopner, president of the ftro;ip, will preside. The public is invited to attend. TO ORGANIZE AUXILIARY The Joseph C. Herbert American Legion Post No. 222 of Clear- spring will organize a ladies auxi- li'ii'y at a meeting scheduled for tonight. Or. David Brewer, post commander, announced M o n d a v morning. The meeting vvill be held in the deal-spring Fire !|;,il at S p. m., and wives, mo'hers, sisters and daughters of war veterans are urged to attend. A group of women from the Morris Frock Auxiliary will attend ilie meeting and assist the organ! zation. of the Clearspring auxiliary. Temporary officers will be elect- erf at the meeting to serve until organization of the auxiliary is com pleted. Dr. Brewer said. IMEHlfl Get relief from PIMPLES "" r "'" caustdj Follow directions. Use Cuticura Soap and hot water. Then apply sooth- Ing; healins Cuticura Ointment. Satisfaction GUARANTEED or maker will refund money. Cuticura costs only a few cents. Buy at your druggist's today. OINTMENT It's Your Buick but our Sweetheart \: ^ /«=* LQOKM W HEN you first slipped behind the wheel of that Buick of yours, remember how your heart lifted? Remember your happy smile as your toe touched off the hum of Buick Fire- bad power? And your widening grin when all roads seemed downy as you winged along on BuiCoil springing? That's what Buicks are built to do. And tHeyMI do it long and well when they're cared for as anything so fine should be. v Not just an occasional oil change, mind you. Not a haphazard "Look T er over, fill the battery, check the air." But interested, competent, understanding car care that keeps your Buick at its best. That's exactly what we're set to give. In our shop we have the special Buick tools to do jobs quicker and better. In our parts department is a stock of Buick engineered parts for Buick cars. And we have a staff of thoughtful, capable specialists who know their Buicks lock, stock and barrel. No, it's not ordinary service you <>et here. It's expert car care -"by "an organization devoted to seeing that you get-the most out of your Buick. And surprisingly, for the same work done, it costs no more. Think it over. Isn't it wise to let us care for your Buick? After all, Buicks are our sweethearts, first, last and always. car trx", &$ The Thumma Motor Co 219 Frederick St. Hagerstown, Md. Phone 485 Announcement Is Made Of Marriage Announcement has been made of tbc marriage of Miss Hodella Ridgeway, daughter of Mrs. Edward Schnck. of Fnnkstown. and Warder C. Sterling, of this city. '1 he wedding was solemnized Saturday evening at f> o'clock'in tlie parsonage of tlie First Baptist Church, wiih (he Kev. Paul \Vat- Huston officiating at the single ring ceremony. iMiss Ridgeway cliosr- a wiiite line/i suit for her wedding with black accessories anrl a corsage of red rosebud*. Miss Treaspy Utterback. as the bride's only attendant, was aitired i" an acjua suit with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. Richard Messer served as besi man for tlie bridegroom. For 1 er daughter's wedding. Mr« Schuok was aitired in a green'suit with black accessories and a «ar- dema corsage. Mrs. Sterling, ir.othcr of the bridegroom, wore a powder bluo. suit with black access- ones and K gardenia corsage he Morning Herald, Hajferslown, Md. SEVEN '' y. April I, Jf)17. Mrs. Sterling is attending tlie! band is serving with the f Popes Beauty School. Her hus-1 States Navy. Wake up to NESTils.,.in your coffee! There's country ere am in every drop! • Hill'* Are Open Evenings Till 9 P. M. TONS and TONS ^H^ m ^-^^^^--^ EASTER CANDY FRUIT & NUTEGGS 1 1 Delicious Chocolate Covered. Chock full of Fruits and Nuti. 5c COCOANUT EGGS 6for29c 5c FRUIT EGGS 10c FRUIT EGGS 3 for 29c Boxed CANDY for EASTER • • ' f- 1 Ib. box Baronet Miniatures 69c 1 Lb. Box of JANE LOUISE 98c 1 Lb. Box of BRAZIL NUTS 98c EASTER MIX Ib. 59c M & M CANDY Ib. 79c Chocolate PEPPERMINTS . box 29c LARGE NESTLE'S BARS CANDY BARS Al! You Want 5c -- 6for29c Bit o' Honey So Big Old Nick Milky Way ~ Snickers Fifth Avenue Good &. Plenty Goobers Chicklets 50 Other Kinds Bars 3 for 25c MILK CHOCOLATE Easter Candy Chocolate Rabbits Kewpie Dolls Dogs - Eggs Chicks, Etc. , 29cto$5.95 TRIMMED BASKETS •••-»» ^ Beautifully trimmed Eas* ter Baskets chock full of Candy and Easter Toys. Wrapped in cellophane and tied with ribbon. Hill's are famous for their trimmed Easter Baskets. 59c - 98c - $1.98 and up AH Kinds of EASTER Toys and Gifts Plush RABBITS 98cup Filled Easter TOYS 39cup Hill's Toy & Novelty Store 11 South Potomac Street

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