The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 14, 1947 · Page 4
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 4

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, April 14, 1947
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Railway to Stay On Standard Time The Western Maryland Railway Company announced Saturday that it would operate over its system Hgain this summer on standard time. The decision was reached only because "we must consider < connections we have with other railroads, which will continue to operate on standard time," said an official. It was pointed out that the Pennsylvania Railroad and other railroads with \vhich. there are interchange o£ freight all will operate on standard I'liie..* This will mean (bat all Western Maryland Railroad employes here and over the entire system will \vorj-- on standard time, it was slf'^-d. The Blue Ridge Transportation MtlHTtO TOPFLIGHT TAPE CO. O - YORK PA VJHEN A GOLF FSEWD AMD A RADIO 8UG- ~G£T TOGETHER.' GOOD NIGHT/ Everyone has his own favorites ... but we're favorites with everyone. ompany indicated that a de- nisiou may bp forthcoming by the first of this week as to whether the bus line would go to fast .ime. Most of the Blue Ridge terminal points have already or are expecting to adopt fast time. Baltimore, Hagerstown and Frederick are already certain, Pittsburgh is expecting to go on daylight time and only Cumberland, in Maryland is uncertain. Tim ancient Chinese made bcautf- 1 >.!nc. alloy which has become known Uilvor huf whirl, mo ful articles from a nickel-copper- I in moro modcM-n titnos as German 1 paktons ... - — .__. Th P me „• i « • pxplorers took tli»> New \\ p oi-| ( }. St. James Letter St. James,-April 10—Mrs. .Junior Turner is spending some time in New York City attending a hair dressers' show. Mrs. Pearl Sperow, Clarence Sperow spent Sunday with.Mr. and Mrs. William Easterday. Miss Josephine and Robert Lowery, who are students at Ashland College, are spending the holidays with their parents. Mrs. William Sheeley has returned home after spending some time in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis l?.er, Downsville. • Mrs.' Cora -Stockslager is spending several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bloom, Funkstown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lynch, Baltimore and Mr. and Mrs. Racher Sharpsburg pike, spent Easier with Joseph Sensenbaugh. Miss Delores Keller, who has been away at school, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Keller. Callers on Sunday with Mrs. Pearl Sperow were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Delauder, Mr. and Mrs. John Delauder, Glenda Mae Delauder, Mrs. Leonard and daughter, Baltimore. Mrs. Junior Turner and Miss Elaine Grimm spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Sadie Gutshaw and Miss Grace Sperow, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sheeley, Greencastle, spent Sunday with Mrs. William Sheeley. Callers on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friend on Sunday were Mrs. Nancy Frantz, Norman Shervin, Mrs. Ronald Baker and Gaza Cross. The teeth of nearly all sharks and skates are set in ihe gums rather than the jaws and fall away and are replaced more or less continuously. ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOWS and SCREENS Awnings Venetian Blinds Prompt Delivery THOMAS & SONS, Inc. Boonsboro, Md. Phone 22-F-4 Keedygvillc CONVENIENCE - BEAUTY - DURABILITY are all incorporated in these HOME NECESSITIES COSCO STOOLS STEP STOOL Model 4C Baked on enamel. Leg and supports white. Seat, steps in red or black. $7.75 STEP STOOL Model 4A Same construction without back. S6.75 COSCO ... The all-steel line for every household use. A CROSS-SECTION OF VALUES you'll find every day in EYERLY'S HOUSEWARES 21" Overnight LUGGAGE Discontinued number?. Reduced to plus tax $8.95 Taylor Tot Walker Stroller Package carrying handle. Ballbearing wheels. each $7.95 Under Bed Storage Chests Ballbearing casters. $2.75 Revere Ware Pressure Cookers Stainless steel. Copper bottoms. $15.95 '"'"'I'"' mitimimii mmiiiintimtiimnti tuimtumm 4-Qt. Ice Cream FREEZERS Wood enameled tubs. #0 A r $8.45 Himmiwimiiiiim iiiiiiiMiimiitmmniiimimMiimiiiiiiriiitin Aluminum UTILITY PANS The pan of one thousand uses. FOURTH FLOOR 59c EYERLY'S Dependable For Fifty-Seven Years ^ 7 r< f The Morning Herald, Ha^erstown, Md. SEVFV Mondnr. A.rl! 14. iM7. n't Walk! \t / Because you'll not want to miss the boat when Newberry's stage an event like this — it's a whopper! Yes, Newberry's Red Tag Days save you money —cash —moola! So make a quick bee line tomorrow — to you know where! AYS! Sale Starts Tomorrow! Look for the Red Boys' Broadcloth PAJAMAS 8 to 14 1.49 Ref. 2.49 value Sale Starts Tuesday! Men's Shorts 79c Made of SO square Broadcloth with zipper fasteners. Sizes 30 to 44. 1.98 HANDBAGS ... 1.59 2.98 Styles .,..,.,.,.,.. 2.49 Cookie Specials! COCOA LUNCH Chocolate Flavor Ladies' Rayon Satin .2.49 Value . Red Tag Dayt! Short Bread Cookies Jr. Miss Blouses Regular 1.98 Value 1.69 Jr. Mis* Cotton Blouses 77c 1.50 Valu« GINGER SNAPS ib. 22 C Chocolate Bit COOKIES 30 C Ladies' Rayon Panties 57c targe assortment of styles to |1.00 Red Tag Days ! Ladies' Cotton Print Smocks 2.79 . 3.75 V.lue Ladies' Print Headsquares Regular 1.00 Value! 77c Ladies' Long, White Tubular Scarfs Regular 89c Value 67' Red Tag Days ! Pajamas 98c Regular 2.00 V*I U «! Run-Dont Walk! Spun Rayon Dresses Si»< 12 to 52 3.98 4.M 5* 1O* £ 25* STORES

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