The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 3, 1947 · Page 3
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Local Servicemen Given Discharges Twenty-eight Washington county servicemen were honorably discharged during the inoiiih of March, Local Board Xo. I announced. They were: Osmond L. Poole, 15 Hast Lee stree; Jack I,. Bond, Hoonsboro, Route I; Charles J. Flook, Jr.-, 1? Dunn Irvin Drive- Je.sse W. Spitler, 82 Madison avenue; Carroll A. Pry or, 150 South Mulberry street; Ross Roberts, Jr., 321 South Locust street; Robert J. Saum, 12S East Baltinfore street; Kobert N. Stottlemyer, 512 West PROVES WONDERFUL FOR ITCHY SKIN Zcmo—a Doctor's invisible yet highly medicated liquid promptly relieves itch of skin irritations due to ^--frmmrt teraal cause. Also aids healing .L. t IVl 0 • NOW SHOWING » CONTINUOUS i To 11 P. \ A HEART-WARMING' S^ Vl x ™NCE! / f ^ALT\^ f r~* (DfSNEVSV-A^W, L FIRS1 UV£.ACTION MUSICAL DRAMA SONG OF THE SOOTH UNCLE REMOS •± _ MIT SONGS TO HUM and WHISTK -^ TODAY ONLY * WALLACE BEERY in "The Mighty McGurk" FRIDAY — SATURDAY HAWK'S OUTLAWS knowing no creed but their own desires! /* WARNER BROS. I (.OLON1AL if TODAY ONLY •*CONTINUOUS 1 To 11 P. M. '&&%%* 8£& KKSK WflSYl MASM-KiCKMAN m w«s fORO-CAROWELl STARTS TOMORROW ACE OF ACTION! . . . blasting his way to a rendezvous with danger!' JOMMMYMACK BROWN Church street; Charles W. Keeseck er, Florida avenue; William C Main, Jr., 430 West Washington street; Alfred H. Barger, 56' Eliza belli street; Arthur F. Chambers Jr., 1101 Fry avenue; Russell F HiUyard, 133 JBast Franklin street; Ihouius W. Parks. 844 South p 0 tomac street. Daniel J. Shank, Boousbovo Rt 1; George E. Alexander, 442 Car rolion avenue; Harold E. Buir m Norlh Mulberry street; George L lenson. •!«« South Cannon avenue- llobert 12. Barklow, 1104 South Po tomic street; Theodore R Earls 'J05 Potomac avenue; Vaughn E Long, 304 South Locust street; Robert L. Spreeher, Jr., 10 Snyde avenue; William C. Poffenberger. to* bouth Cannon avenue; Charles i. Henry. 115 Elizabeth street- Lawrence W. Hoffman, 210 East avenue; Charles E. Galiiher, 542 Chestnut street; Elvin J. sturtz, Jr. .North Prospect street and H - WiJIIamson, 019 Lanvale CONTINUOUS 11A.M. to 11 P.M. LAST TIMES TODAY RUTHWMRKK « cong-am mu. wi» UIa Fri. - Sat- Richard Dix in ''Secret of the Whistler" DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Resort 4. Fold over 7. Mix 5. Epochs 10. Magic stick 11. Slight depression 12. Doughnut (slang) 14. Percolate 16. Conclude 17. Shore recess 19. Moth 20. Check 22. Sign of the zodiac 25. Place 27. Little child 28. Theater attendants 31. Vexatious person 34. Depart 35. Bark 37. Brood of pheasants 38. Stop 41. Crushing tool of a mortar 43. Body of water 45. Slide 46. Portico iGr. arch.) 47. Solemn vow 48. Cunning 49. Enemy scout " DOWN 1. Military leader of the Pilgrims * 2 Shade of red 3. Oriental unit of capacity (Egypt.) 4. Guided 5. God of war 6. Part of a window 7. Pigs 9. Earthenware mug 12. Varying weight (India J ' 13. Tattered piece of cloth 15. Food (Hawaiian) 18. Still 21. Born 23. Chart 24. Sameness 26, Attempt 28. Expression of disgust 29. Covers with soap 30. Weaken 32. Hummingbird (So. Am.) 33. Elevation, golf Yesterday's Answer 36. Mexican dollars 39. Plots of land 40. Implement 42. Strike 44. Place 46 2? 41 14 37 15 5Z /, Five Local Men Serving On Ships Word of the activities of five Washington County servicemei serving in the Navy has been re ceived from the Ninth Naval Dis tnct. Great Lakes, Illinois. George T. Bryan, seaman secoiu class. Williamsport. is serving aboard the USS Rochester. Bryai entered the service on July 20, las year, and received his recruit train i»g at the Naval Trainiing Cente at Bainbridge, Md. Fireman first class Warren A Hull, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hull, -139 Carrolton avenue it serving aboard the USS Domier H< entered the Naval service 01 August S, 1945, and received hi recruit training at Camp Peary, Va •John H. Barnhart, ship's cook third class, son of Mrs R 0 Nunamaker, 1910 Lexington avenue is serving aboard the USS Spokane Barnhart entered the service July l!l-i:J and received his basic training at Great Lakes, 111. William S. Forsythe. fireman sec ond class, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Forsythe, Fairplay, who entered the\service in March, last year, is serving aboard the yard tug USS llatak. 'L. E. Wissinger, aviation chief machinist's mate, son of Mrs Emma_ Wissinger, FunksiowiT i' Two Scholarships Established Here lounced the establishment by the Pangborn Foundation of two annual ~ --»-•* wt ^ifxy (iULlUCll one-half scholarships to be award- eel to the graduates of St. Marys Fancy CREAMERY BUTTER ,69c 20 Oz. Can PEAS _ 10e Dry Sweetened COCOANUT Steel Cut COFFEE . 39c ihe one lor the yoiiajj .nan graduate will be to ML St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, and the oilier to the young woman graduate will be to Notre Dame College. Baltimore. These scholarships will be received throughout the four \- e ars of college study by those to whom they \vill be awarded. The sum of twenty thousand dollars has been granted by the Pan-- borri Foundation to pay the cost of these scholarships. Gas on Stomach RJiercd in 5 mmiitci or double your money b»ck when czco*3 stoBucn sciil csuies Diinrul. jufft)cat- nr Zii. sour «omich uid titfirlhurn. doctors imali' •rstcribd ihe f*ftt«t-»cllnK medicines known fen jmptomttic relicr—medicines like Uioso In Kfll-.m tWeti. No Uittive. UnU-»ni brinej comfort in . uy »c nlum bo:Ue to ui lor double snocey back. Sic ROLLAWAY COTS with innersprings $26.95 Metal Cabinet Bases with porcelain tops and drawers $12.95 CONGOWALL .... S q. ft. 12c Cotton Felt MATTRESSES $16.95 Smith Furniture Co. 63 W. Franklin St. STARLAND I ROLLER RINK i Security Road | 1 Block from Pangborn Blvd. i | Skating Sessions § 1 '8- 10:30 P. M. I | MONDAYS and THURSDAYS 5 1 RESERVED | | FOR PRIVATE PARTIES I | Sunday Matinee 2-a, P.M. § = ' Special Rates to Parties * I STRING BEANS 3-«29c COAL BUCKETS Md ,49c CLEANSING TISSUES Sterling SALT Gardeners »Be Wfse! *, Save Time! .;•; *-^ay€ Back-Breaking Toll! -* Raise Bigger and Better Crops! : - -fc ' * • t . ^ Wise Gordenen don'l rejort to (he old-fojhioned, horse-ond-plow method, then break their bockt working up o i«edbed. Injteod, they hove il plowed with rhe world-fomoui Gravely Rotory Plow, which plows and completely pulverizes the soil into o perfect, level seedbed in ONE OPERATION! Plows 7 fo 10 inches deep, cuts up ond works in grass, weeds, manure, Irosh. Improves, oefotes soil, insuring bigger, beller crops. No clods to beat up. no harrowing necessary- it's reedy to plan)) ... Yet Ihe Grovely-woy coit, no more—much lesj in labor Get in touch with us today at the address below ond we'll gladly estimate your job and tell yau wh«n WB can plow it for you. PAUL H. STOUFFER K. .S-coiid St: \Vuv nrsboro. 2 round 1 r* boxes IDC BROOMS 5 7Qr sew. f JL RAISINS Down Goes the PRICE EVAPORATED MILK 0 serving aboard the Essex-class carrier USS Tarawa. Dan 01' the First Task Fleet under- the command of Vice Admiral A. iO. Montgomery, which has completed [arse scale I acific fleet spring maneuvers. The ship recently returned from » The Morning Herald. Hagferslown. Md. FIVF TJiurMjjiy, April .'{. ]».J7. a six-month tour of duty in the Central Pacific and Asiatic waters during which stops were made at Guam, Saipan, Okinawa, Yoko- suka, Tasingtaoe and Sasebo in Japan. America's Largest -- Hagerstown's Leading Jewelers ITS KAYS U>ve4y gffts & f fewefry thof wfll moke Easier a doy to be remembered. When you give a lasting gift o< jewelry, you're giving a gift that will be treasured always. See the wrde selection of fine Easter gifts at Koy's—buy them on Kay's eas-y credit terms. 5**> 1&--, $ j£f&- '**•%£&*•{ '- ; .ROSARY ' $7-35 NO MONEY DOWN PIN and EARRINGS $7-95 : NO MONEY DOWN i^Ct^Si BRACELET SJ3-95 WEEK 50c DIAMOND B1RTHSTONE $42-50 75c A WEEK PEARLS $12-00 50c A WEEK PAY TH8S EASY SCk o wecfc or 51,00 Kvicc moMMy will purchase op lo 52^,75 75< o w«el< of $1.50 rwKe monthly <*Hl purchase up to $47.50 S'.OO a week or S2.00 twice monthly win purchase op to , . , , . $50.00 $1.50 o weet or $3.00 twice monthly will porchoic op to $85.00 $5.00 o weefc or $4 00 S-ice monthly wW pvrchcnc up to SVOO.OO POTATOES No. 1 — Extra Good 59c Easter Cocoanut EGGS ib. 75c For Holiday Enjoyment - Peppermint LOZENGES Licorice & Ass't Flavor GUM DROPS Chocolate Marshmallows - MEATS - Skinless ib. BOILING BEEF ib. SIRLOIN STEAK ib. _ LEGHORN CHEESE ib. 55c A?l Brands of OLEO Ib. 4 c. COUNTRY LARD ib. ^ ~~ ~~~~~~ ^ ~~™™ Franklin Self Service 625 W. 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