The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 21, 1947 · Page 5
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Students To Model Fashions Thursday 286 Home Economics Students to Hold Revue at Senior High School Two hundred and eighty-six girls of the home economics department of the Hagerstown High' School will model fashions of their own handiwork, : and display food products of their own making CALLOUSES To relieve painful callouses, burning or tenderness on bottom of feet afad remove callouses—get these thin', toothing, cushioning p*d*. B- r Scholls lino-pads I VELOCIPEDES 12" front wheels, sturdy frames, h'vy rubber tires JW. T. GRANT CO. .} 60 .West Washington St. : OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. Beer « Wine --Liquor* • Your Favorite Brands MEYERS BROS; i 401 W. 'Washington St. 1 On .the Corner at W, M: R.'R, Thursday evening at 7:30 in the high school auditorium, for the public. i ;",'•• ; The Home Economics Revue, which has held precedence in activities, at the local school for many years," is again this year under the direction of Mrs. Robert Way, home economics advisor. "Through the Looking Glass," the title of the script to present effectively the products of the girls' own work, was written by Miss Gloria Moser, a student. The students will model their .frocks, suits, gowns and play- clothes, etc., on a stage appropriately designed for the theme of die revue. A large, gilt-edged frame will encircle the stage, with all the action taking place inside the "mirror." The food classes will present the following skits: Paging Mr. Dollar; Eating for Health; The Baby Sitter; Good Grooming. In the introduction to the show, Jeanne Snowberger, a young high school girl and her mother, Elaine Scheller, are discussing what Jeanne will wear on a date the following evening. Jeanne goes to bed that night, and dreams of. the various events 'important to a young girl. She dreams of home, school, leisure, and, in the climax, oi graduation, of college, of business, and finally marriage. Throughout the narration_ihera are, on the stage, various scenes in which the girls depict the parts. The wedding gowns designed by the girls in the department are noteworthy. Exhibits will' be held in the Radio REPAIRS for your Refrigerator er Our repair department is equipped to handle your repair job regardless of howMarge or small. All work is done by graduated -Technicians to assure you of quality workmanship at a minimum of cost to you. GaH or come in and s«e us today. DENTLER BROS. 41- Summit Ave. £ hone 42 96-J classrooms of the various foods which have been prepared throughout the year, and guides will be oil hand to show visitors around the school. Refreshments will be prepared, and served in the cafeteria by the students, at the close of the revue. Music will be furnished by the high school orchestra. Assisting Mrs. Way in the production of the show a re Miss Lucy Jnne Stoner and Mrs. Virginia Harshmau. ClassJJaniquet Is Enjoyed At Trinity The 'social room of the Trinity Lutheran 'Church was transformed into a spring flower garden for the annual dinner of the Mrs. Eugenia Harraan Sunday School class on Thursday evening. The tables wei;e beautifully decorated with flowers and lighted takers. Clever and attractive favors also added to the atmosphere of the affair. The class president, Mrs. John Barger presided and acted as toastmistress for the evening. Mrs. Cro.wn 0. Diehl led the group in singing familiar songs. Mrs. Robert R y d e r conducted a auiz program and Mrs. B. H. Byrum gave several enjoyable and humorous readings: Also slated on the program was Jack Irvin, who entertained the group by playing several piano solos: The committee included: Mrs. Owen H. Binkley, chairman; assisted by. Mrs. Roy Snyder, Mrs. Robert Rydeiv Mrs. P. J.-Hirstiman, Mrs. Barton Lehman, Mrs. Adnah Gruber and Mrs. Grace Cline. Guests at the affair included the husbands of the members of the class.. 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Hand-mme walnnt vcnccr cabinet . . & FIREY Phone 41«K) (IN WALNUT) A Modern Miracle in STYLE, POWER, TO>NE- a Handful of Radio Perf ee- tion in Choice of Walnut, Ivory, Red. Green plastic, Emerson Radio Model 540. For any room in ihe house—for traveling— an ' IDEAL gift. Made by the World's Largest Maker of Small Radio — a small thoroughbred in every radio respect. See it — hear it NOW! Children Guests At Legion Home At their regular meeting, members of the American Legion Auxiliary staged a' special program at the Legion Home Thursday evening in honor of their guests, the children from the San Ma. Home. Accompanied by Superintendent and Mrs. Walter Esmer and teachers, Mrs. Mamie Watson, and Mrs Perla Gamble, 4fi youngsters attended and were welcomed by. the president of the auxiliary, Mrs. Edna Marks. Preceding the, entertainment, the progran: was devoted to the subject of child welfare with Mrs. Richard Schleigu, as child welfare chairman, leading the,' discussion. Li covering her topic, "The Whole Child", Mrs. Schleigh emphasizzed the fact that children must be taken care of in the home, church, and school and guided through life to become good American citizens. A musical program followed aud vocal selections were given by the junior girls of the auxiliary. Songs included: "Old Lamp Lighter" and "Irish Lullaby', Sarah Stone,braker and Betty Sixes; "Zipady-Do-Da" t Charlotte . Knapp, Carol Elgin, Nancy Berger, and Gail, Lutz. 'In charge of games arid humorous readings was Harry Koons. Mr. Esmer was presented with an. electric record player by members of the Purple Heart Auxiliary, a supply of records by the American Legion Auxiliary and a record case by the junior girls. Following this presentation, it was 'announced that five under-privileged children will ^be sent from Uie Y.M. C.A. to summer camps this year, - the project to be sponsored by the local auxiliary. Climaxing the program, attractive gifts were giver, to the children, who selected their own individual presents. Refreshments were served to the group. The next regular auxiliary meeting will be held Thursday, May 1. Contrary to popular impression, platinum and associated metals are widely distributed, although they are found in .commercial quantities in only a few localities.' gMWMiMiKiimiimimiimiiitimimiiiiiiiiiiiiituiiiiiiiiiii iniiitinim- j WAGAMANCO. j I Dry Cleaners I § 334 N. Pot. St. Phone 4186 I | (Next to Armory) I | Pick Up & Delivery Service | Sodality Plans For Reception At a special meeting held recently by the Ladies 'Auxiliary of St. Augustine's Catholic Church,' Williamsport, plans were formulated for the reception of new members on Thursday, May l, the day traditionally dedicated to the honor of the 'Blessed Virgin Mary. Mrs. Hubert Mills was appointed chairman of the refreshment committee- for the social which is to follow the reception. Mrs. D. K. Cushwa, Jr. is to be chairman of the entertainment committee The Prefect, Mrs. Prank Pry, is general chairman; assisted by the vice- prefect, Mrs. Roy Hoover, the secretary, Mrs. Nell Prey, and the treasurer, Mrs. Loretta Teach. It was voted to divide the Sodality into two Bands,-Mrs. D. K. Cushwa, Sr. was chosen consultor of the St. Ann's Band, and Miss Ella Gallagher the' consultor of St. Theresa's Baud. At the Sodality services which concluded the meeting, the new translation of the Vesper Office was used for the first time. The Rev. Fr. John V. Ballard is director of the Sodality. INFORMAL PARTY , Dunce caps, both large and small, and of varied colors caught the fancy of members and guests of the XI chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority at an informal party held recently in the Y.M.C.A. Prizes were awarded throughout the evening, with the door prize being-'awarded Louise Smith. Refreshments were enjoyed by the following -guests: Jane Dorsey, Louise Smith, Loraihe Burk, Leathean Rowe, \ Anna Gertrude Hightman, Ruth Pryor, Doris Fryer, Madeline De Mottes, jean Rowe, Nancy Layman, Doris Trovinger, Marie JJitzmiller, Polly Warrenfeltz, Mary Schnebley, Dorothy Snydeiv Marie Marr, Pat Grove, Helen Rudy, Alma Kinds- vadder, Helen Coffman, Delores Rinehart, Ann Grube'r, Catherine Shaffer, Catherine Beard, La Rue Kitzmiller, Madeline Feiry, Jane Harrison, Dorothy 4 0ver 'and Julia Over. . Plans are being made for the tea to be held-Sunday,;April 27 at the home of Mary Schnebley, 947 Mulberry avenue. • Burning sulphur was an' important part of pagan temple ceremonials more than 2,000 years before Christ. - • v BFST ULUlKNOWN HEADACHE RELIEF IS ASPIRIN Best known bargain in aspirin » St. Joseph Aspirin—only 40c for bottle of 100 tablets. Yet St. Joseph Aspirin is aspirin at its best! Ask for St. Joseph Aspirin next time. 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