The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 22, 1947 · Page 6
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EIGHT The Morning Herald, Hagerslown, Md. Ttie»d*.r, April 22. JJH7. jtmiujiiiiiiinim nm, „„„„„„ milmllll , „ iimn r> . MENTIOiN >)mi111 ' ""I i wliit UIUJ'-WIIIIIIJMI iimiiiiuuuj Dr. and Mrs. Perry F. Prather, South Prospect street, have returned from Suffolk, Va., where they were weekend guests of Dr' and Mrs. Walter C. Oobbel. Mrs. Joseph Hoffman and her daughter, Mrs. R. (I. Snyder, have returned from a fortnight's visit at Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Mrs. Irene Meredith, Uoonsboro, branch manager of Stanley Home Products, has returned from a business trip to East Hampton, Mass. _ Martin H. Miller, former national legislative representative of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, formerly of Washington, D. C., and now residing in Indianapolis, Ind., visited Roy 0. Powell, -100 Linganore avenue, and Roy T. Miller, !)S Park avenue, on Sunday. Defective and Mrs. John Roiirer, 'Franklin Court, ;ind Patrolman and Mrs. Harry Young, Maryland Apartments, have returned home after spending four days in New York City and two days in Baltimore. While in New York they were registered at the Hotel Victoria. Memorial Held For Lale Zonfa Member I Tribufes Paid to Miss Es- fher Kaplan at Dinner Meeting •Mrs. William H. Carrot t, Fountain Head Heights, has returned from spending the weekend in Washington, D. C, >i f , -i~77I '— ""•' ni'.:';i«iift m'i'i JIIM. IM filing Airs. Cecil .Shaw, 520 Brown ave-j Hotel Alexander. ;« mi'iuonV *«..-,•. mie, is a patient at. the Washing- i »- e was held for the late Esther ton County Hospital. j Kaplan, a<:tivr mc<iiiiH-r ,.: tin; mi.,. Conducted by the president, .Miss ETY- AND CLUB NEWS At tho regular Zonta Club dinner moetinj; hold I;ISL pveninj* :it Rev. Harold Myers To Conduct Revival Mr. and Mrs. Lynn C. AVakk, 351 West Side avenue, visited Baltimore this Jast weekend. fLASHES? . , . Catherine Beach Icy, tributes were paid by Mrs. Clara W. Wacbter on the life of Miss Kaplan. Others taking part were Miss Katherine Schmidt, Mrs. J. Alvey Long, Dr. Althea Shadraeh and Miss Klerta, Ziegler. Hr. and Mrs. 11. Serbin and children, David and Hara 103« Heeohwood Drive, and Mrs. A. Rush and daughter, Barbara, spent, the weekend in Pitsburgh. i Al! incill( -' f ' 011 ceremony was also ' { held for the new members, in- Mlss Myrtle Myers, 58 North 1 <rlll(1 J»K Mi's. Eva H. Thompson, avenue, has returned from Wash-1 Dl '- Elizabeth Linson and .Miss ington, J). c., where she lias been Myra Freet. visiting relatives. Miss Cecelia Luther reported on the spring regional conference of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Main, of Cleveland, Ohio, aro visiting the latter's father, J. H. AJcDaniels Virginia avenue. .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. MrDaniels, of Winchester, Va., were Sunday guests in the home of J. E. McDaniels. Roy Mundey, a member of the Xonta International held <it Lord liJiltimore Hotel on April 10 and 20. At the close of thu meeting. Miss Beucliley installed Uie new ollicers ns follows: President, Miss Cecelia Luther; first vice-president, Mrs. William R. Carrott; second vice- president, Mrs. Glenn Zimmerman; Women In your MO's'— this great medl- clue Is famous to relieve hot flashes nervous tension— when due to the functional 'middle-age 1 period peculiar to women. Worth trying* ' WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop Northeast Cor. Public Square PARKER 51 PENS and PENCILS Myerly's 51 N. Potomac Opp. City Hail Phone 2100 WATCH REPAIRING We Service All Makes ROBERT K. SAUM Repairing Sine. 1914" 128 E. Baltimore St. Phon. 2G25-J Open Ere . Fine Grade of WINDOW SHADES Pratt A Lambert PAINTS 4. VARNISHES HARRY C. GARVIN 110 N. I'otomac St. Phone Iff 14 ' There Is Comfort and Wear In every pair of "POLLYANNA" Children's Shoes BENTZ& DUNN 35 North Potomac Street No. K Spare Stamp Now Valid for 10 IBs! Sugar H. L. MILLS SUPER MARKET 45 West Baltimore Street Glass Coffee rs 75 up i Franklin Furniture Store j § 13 W. Antietam St. | 5iiii»»iiiiiiiiiimiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiin n niiiiininnir FURSTORAGE The Troy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. Phone 986 987 The Seal of Quality in Custom Made Venetian Blinds At no higher price than Stock Blinds One Week Delivery Average Price $5.95 A $g,98 Venetian Blind Manufacturing Co. 105 North Potomac Street Prione 874 " Mrs. Rebekah Reid and daughter. Patricia. 58 North avenue have returned home after spending the week-end.with Mr. and Mrs Russell Reid, Washington, D. C. Miss Emily Kreigh, Clearsprins and Miss Betty Murray, JOS North Potomac street, visited Miss Kay Studenick, Washington, D. C oil Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ross Coin/lower and Mr. and Mrs. George B Alexander, of West Franklin street were visitors .of Mrs. William Kerr /who is recuperating from a recent illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Zeigler of York, Pa. Fred A. Brunugraber, North Mulberry street, who has been confined to his home for the past week by illness, is recuperating. Miss Jean Scheller of Baltimore, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheller Keedysville. Mrs. J. Kile Cowherd, of Cumberland, has arrived to visit relatives in this city. Dr. and Mrs. Charles 1C Bell have returned to Columbia, S. C., after spending two weeks in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hauver, Smithsburg. Fellowship Party Enjoyed_By_AAUW A lovely arrangement of spring flowers and lighted tapers formed an attractive setting for the second fellowship party staged by the American Association of University Women on Sunday evening at the Hager House. Preceding the buffet supper a raiser was held for the members and their guests. Mrs. John G. Hup. precht was awarded a prize for winning the contest. Also slated on the program was a quiz show which proved very entertaining to the audience. Eight contestants were chosen Irom. the audience to participate. Mrs. Winslow Burhans and Irvine H. Rutledge were presented prizes for answering the greatest number of questions. Other contestants included: Miss Catherine Shipley, Mrs. Irvine Rutledge, Mrs. Edward Vail, Dr. Jack H. BeacbJey, Dr. ^Idon Hoachlantler and William Joachim. Mrs. Eldon Hoachlander acted as mistress of ceremonies. Approximately fifty members and guests ewre present for the affair. The committee included: Miss Ann Webb, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Eldon Hoachlander, Mrs. Floyd Bennett, Mrs. Rachsel Baylor, Miss Julia Kohler, Miss Jean Hoffmeier and Miss Margaret Gant?.. It. is estimated that it costs abont •1.7 cents a mile to operate a motor car on paved roads but 2.9 cents on dirt roads. C. Franklin Funk DRY CLEANER 37 E»st Wathington St. Phone 1553 Pfck-Up Delivery Bentz-Mundey Jewelrv Storp firm is a patient at the' Washington £°" es P° n <» n * secrei , ar - v ' Mr «- w County Hospital with a fractured S * ^ £ r tfr: recording secretary, leg. • < ^ LUILU Mrs. C. Neill Baylor, and treasurer, Miss Dora Burger. Mrs. Clarence Emerson, 332 ^ Iiss Madaline Dennody was West Howard* street, is slowiy in> hostess for the evening and pro- proving ai the Washington County vided love)y spring flowers for the Hospital after having undergone a tabie> major operation. —• • High School Poems Selected For Book Nine senior English students at Hagerstowu High School • will. break into print this year in the "Annual Anthology of High School Poetry," selected by the National High School Poetry Association. Students whose work will be published are: Delores -Mahoney, Mary-Jean Eupert, Odell Dfitrich, Elizabeth Kuhn, Janice Price, Julia Groh. Ruth Shanholtzer, Dottie Smith, and George Mcfntire. Miss Coriune Cogwell. in whose English classes the poetry was written, was notified of the awards with a personal note from the Poetry Association secretary saying the school had "an excellent showing." Mrs. Lease Weds William C. Mundey Mrs. Dorothy Evelyn Lease daughter of. Jacob Wilhide, 307 South Potomac street, and William C. Mundey, 325 Summit avenue, were married on Friday evening at S o'clock at the First Baptist Church parsonage by the Rev Paul B. Watlington. Mrs. Dora Holsiuger and Jack Thurman were the couple's attendants. Rev. Harold R. Myers, of Rlkhart, Ind., will conduct evangelistic services at the Stone Bridge Church of the Brethren beginning Tuesday evening, April 'I'l, at 7:-15 o'clock and continuing each evening through .May 4th. Rev. Myers is giving his full time to evangelistic work aud is well known throughout the east and middle west. *He will bo accompanied by his wife who will have charge of the music and work with the children. The church invites you to these services. Bowlers Set Date For Annual Dinner Kiwanis Club bowling committee members, headed by Carroll R. Poffenber^er,. met yesterday at lunch at the Hotel Alexander \vith team captains. After the meeting Poffenberger announced the annual bowling banquet will be held May 1st at 6 p m at the' Hotel Alexander. The Perfect Cut C ART METAL" 4 Drawer Letter Size $54.50 Immediate Delivery RONEY'S 25 N. Potomac St. Phone 1093 2155 SIZES 12 • •Smart two-pieoe dresses are the very breath of Sprinjr. This pnr.ii- ciUar one has the suave long jacket is a. natural in both striped ami Plain material, ivith either lonr or snort sleeves. i? N ™ 21 , 5 / is Cllt in Sl7es ] -- M- 1S IS. 20, 36. 38; 40, 42. and 44. 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A free pat° a collar and ruff set inn ch 1>ook - Price iwt l5 DlU3 - ccnts tor Postage, i ' ,r att ? rn Department, HA- j Mt)rn 'nP Herald.'121 West ?; New York 11 N T I Charter Is Presented Funkslown Auxiliary State Department Officers of Legion _ apd Auxiliary Attended The American Legion Auxiliary of the Dixou-Troxell Unit 211, Fimkstown, had their charter presented Thursday evening at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church at S:00 o'clock, with both state department officials oE the American Legion and the department officers of the American Legion Auxiliary attending. All members of the unit were officially initiated by Mrs. Margaret Poorbaugh, state department president, assisted by Mrs. Helen .Johnson, state department secretary, preceeding the charter presentation. Gold Star Pins were presented to' the Cold Star Mothers, Mrs. Etta Mae Troxell, and Mrs. Grace Carpenter. Mrs. Rachael L. Dixon, wife of the first veteran in World War 1 to lose his life in line of duty wag vinable to be present, and a letter from her was read by the secretary of the xinit, Mrs. Lenora E. Arnold. Ernest Lee Troxell, -son of Mr. aud Mrs. William R. Troxell, was the first veteran of World War II to lose his life in line of duty, therefore, the name gpt the American Legion, Dixon-Troxell Post , a nd Unit No. 211", Fimkstown, originated. A short address was given by Mrs. Poorbaugh, department president, folio wed by Mrs. Helen Johnson, department secretary, John Boschen, state commander of the American Legion, Earle Poorbaugh and C. R. Arnold, commander of the local post. The entertainment for the evening was arranged by Mrs. Charles McCracken and Mrs. Catherine Ingram. Those participating on the program were Jay Carr, who played several numbers on the xylophone. Mrs. Roy French and Mrs. Alrteri'Coffin were the soloists, accompanied at the piano by Miss Marjorie Abbott. Miss" Hilda Burke gave several readings after which the audience sang "America." A buffet supper was prepared and served by the ladies of the unit. Among the out of town members who attended were Mr. and Mrs. William Ridgely of Washington! NAMED OMITTED In the story describing the annual dinner held by David Brewer at Pfotel Alexander Sunday the names of two guests were inadvertently omitted. They were: Nevin Royer, Mercersburg. Pa., and Miss Huntley Hoffman. Washington. D C.rThe Herald regrets the omission. HAGERSTOWfiJ LAUNDRY, Inc. DRY CLEANERS Phone 2550 Radio Students Begin Fairy Tale Series on Wednesday Afternoon As part of their final project in script, writing and production, the Radio Workshop at Jlagerstowii High School wilf present a new series of programs, "130 Story Book Street" over the facilities of WJEJ every Wednesday, beginning April 23, at 1:30 o'clock. The series will fee concerned \vith favorite fairy tales told in a combined form of narration and dramatization. Kach week the children are invited to knock, on the door of "130 Story.. 13nok Street." an imaginary Imt'd'elighi- ful little house, where the "iady of the house" greets them and begins to tell the story tor the week. The first tale to be presented is "The Goose Girl," a. popular story about a lovely princess and a magic talking horse, Falada. The cast is as follows: The princess. Nancy Avey; the prince, Robert Myerly; Falada, the talking horse, Hilten Bennett; the king, Charles Lillard; Blanchette, the wicked maid, Mildred Bower's: the ciueen, June Martin; gooseherd, Fred Shank. Marjorie E. Hoachlander, director of the Radio 'Workshop, will be heard each week as the lady of the house. Richard Howard is acting ;ts assistant director for the first program. "loO Story Book Street" lias been prepared especially for the children in the elementary schools of Washington count}'. It is hoped that teachers of grades 1 to 6 will make radios available in the classrooms during broadcast periods every week. • Miss Poffenberger Is Class Hostess The Mary and Martha Class of the First Church of God held their monthly class meeting at the home of Sarah Poffenberger, 420 South Potomac street. The meeting was opened with song, scripture reading and prayer. Games were played and refreshments served the following: Mrs. Nora Rogers, teacher; Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Gonso, Irene Palmer, Mary Goetz, Edna Burger, Sarah Poffenberger, Gladys Smith, Mary Werking, Pauline Dick. Nellie Huff. Frances Churchill, Kathleen Poffenberger and Alma Poffenberger. Executives Will Attend Meeting The executive committee meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Department of .Maryland will be held in Baltimore on Thursday, April 24, at the War Memorial at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Attending from here are: Mrs. Elmer Elgin, Mrs. Emma Schleigh', Mrs. Edna Marks, Mrs. Verna Stoner and Mrs. Ethel Reno. JUNiOR RED CROSS Junior Red Cross members here will send 100 boxes of Chinese checker marbles t» veterans in Newton D. Baker. Hospital. Mrs Samuel Angotti, Jr. R. C. chairman, said last night. i Mr. and Mrs. John Grove, East Washington street, announce the birth of a son, John Wesley on Sunday, April 20 at the Washington County Hospital. N Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rowland, Williamsport, announce the birth of a son,- Robert Nevin Rowland, on April 13 at the Washington County Hospital. MissToTiTFoTtz Elected President Local Girl Named Head of College Players at Lynchburg College Miss Doris Foltx. - daughter of Mr. and Mrs. X. J. poltz, of Beaver Creek, has been elected president of the Lynchburg College Players" for next year. She was also chosen assistant director for the play "Air Tight Alibi", a one act play by Walter Hackett, presented by the Lynchburg: College Plavers April 17 and IS. This organization is for all students who participate in dramatics on campus. Recently Miss Foltz attended .the Grand "National Forensic Tournament at Mary Washington College in Fredericksbui^ Virginia. Miss Foltz, a junior, is majoring iii religion. She is active in student affairs, holding membership in religious, dramatic, journalistic, musical, and literary organizations! Hospital Releases Monday discharges included: Mrs. Chester C. Smith, Rohrersville; Mrs. Kffie L/ Gorsuch. 309 S. Potomac street; Mrs. Herschei Thurmond, 1305 . Hamilton boulevard. Mrs. James R. Smith, 333 Bryan place; Mrs. Warren 0. Stoner, G20 North Commonwealth avenue; Miss Helen L. Boppe, Williamsport; Hubert B. Stover. 115 East Baltimore street; Mrs. J.'S. Plume, 534 North Mulberry street; Randy P. Brown, 4.2S Cook street; Mrs. Russell M.'Singleton, Sharpsburg. Two victims of minor injuries were treated in- the emergency room. Keiiuetb. Hartle, 1006 South Potomac street, hurt the ring finger of his left hand and was discharged after treatment. Raymond W- Ridenour, Route 2. cut his left hand with" an axe. He was • released after treatment. Women's Fine Fashions Hagerstown, Md. 96 W. Washington Street "On the Square" For Nationally Advertlied Women's Fashions VONETTE OPEK t A. M TO 9 P M .__ *ITH OB WITHOUT APPOINTMENT .17 N. JONJ»;HAN ST BOOKS Children's and Adults RONEY'S 25 N. Potomac St. Phone 1093 IN TIME OF NEED Call L. F. ReecKer Funeral Director Rest Haven Chapel Telephone 3575 - 1469 2881-W POPE'S School of Beauty ' Culture 231 N. Locust St. Phone 1162 mmffiv®^ wimr - ^fj$$t $jm EXPERT %p§ '*** Watch & Jewelry W' REPAIRING SILVER Repaired Replated Refinished 25'/2 E. Franklin St.* Ph. 3037 Now Open 7 Days a Week Specializing in Steaks — Chops and Real Italian Spaghetti. a « K. tro ui n, mo. REPAIRS for your Radio — Refrigerator « Washer .Our repair department is equipped to handle your repair job legafdless of-how large or small. All work is done by graduated , " >ou oi. quality workmanship at a minimum £311 or come in and see us today DENTLER BROS. 42 Summit Ave. Phone 4296-J FASH IONS 111 north potomac st. FILMS DEVELOPED Any 6 or 8 Exposure Roll of Film Developed and Printed for ..... 34 Special Prices on Enlargements ill's Toy & Novelty Store 11 South Potomac Street Dance Is Planned By Assembly Club Spring Supper Donee Announced for Friday Evening, April 25 The executive committee of the Assembly Club • announced last night that the spring supper dance of the club will bo held Friday April 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the main (lining room of the Hotel Alexander. _ A four-piece string orchestra irom Baltimore led by Al Nelson has been engaged for the occasion' Dancing will begin immediately after the supper and continue until midnight. The Assembly Club committee is composed of: John Vincent Jamison, Jr., chairman; William Preston Lane, vice-chairman; Simms Arnott Jamieson, secretary Lawrence Vinton Hershey, and Harvey Hughes Heyser, Jr. Exhibit Features TourOfGardens A special exhibition of the Washington County Free Library is calling attention to the Maryland house and garden pilgrimage, scheduled to be held from Mav 3 to May 13. Information on the famous houses and gardens to be visited a historic map of the state and books on the lore of Maryland are displayed at one of the library's main bulletin boards. Complete information on the pilgrimage is also available from the headquarters of the. Federated Garden Clubs, Sheraton-Belvedere Baltimore 2. Homes and gardens' in the southern part of the state are opened for the tour, and county tickets for a single day way be purchased by.persons who do'not wish to accompany the tour for more than one or two days. DISTRICT MEETING The Western Maryland district meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held in Emmitsbur- Sunday. Attending were: Mrs. C M. Marks, president-Mrs. Edith \vachtell, vice 'president: Mrs £M i -, Swei S ert - treasurer; Mrs ithel Reno, chaplain; Mrs. Estelle tola and Mrs. Ruth Strine Married Here Getx-Hzirris. Baltimoie Pictured above are'Mr. and Mrs, James Thomas Lamb, Jr., of Baltimore, who were married* on Saturday, April 12 at Trinity Lutheran Church, this city," by the Rev Wilson P. Ard, D. D. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Lamb was Miss Beverly McHenry Pope, daughter of Mrs. Leila Pope, this city and Lewis D. Pope, San Diego, Calif. Mr. Lamb is the'son ot Mrs. James T. Lamb, Balt'lnore. ARTHUR DORSET'S SERVICE MAKKET Cor. S. [.ocuit « n d E»ndolpb Annmil U. s. • coal production tonnage is normally 20 times that of wheat and seven times that of corn. 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