The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 22, 1926 · Page 7
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 7

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Friday, October 22, 1926
Page 7
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22,1926. SEVEN Spickler Specks Spickler, Oct. 21_ St. Paul's school reopened Mon day morning after being closed'and refumlgated /m account o( tho scar- let {over epidemic. No new cases have been reported'in our vicinity. Miss Emma Glunjuu ami Guy Kber- sole spent the past week,with friends In Baltimore. They also attended the Sosqui-Centennlal at Philadelphia. Mrs.'Clarence Martin was a visitor with relatives and friends at Wil- son's. - . - · · . Mrs Susan Grove arid grandson. IT IS TO BE THIS SATURDAY , Evening 8:15 BE READY TO GO T« tko Concert br "· UKRAINIAN RUSSIAN CHORUS Ttat h»*T »' vreat nuaftlnn alttKern, wh» will tkrlll you *T their beautiful ·iBKlUK-vf the simple rtongm of their people. Music Itet Everyone Can Enjoy St. John's Lutheran Auditorium, This : Saturday Evening, 8.15 / Seal«, Floor. (l.liO; Gallery, (1.00 All ncnerred ' IS'oiv on Sule at ' STJEFP PIAIVO CO., CO S. POTOMAC STIEFF PIANO USED ollansbee f brciv BEST ROOFING Sole Distributor! Danzer Metal Works Whitman's Chocolates RUDY'S REXALL PHARMACY Hotel Hamilton Corner SEE 0. S. Optymitfist Kenneth Grove accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Grove of Haserstown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Grove, Charlton. Mrs. Mary L. Zellers and Mrs. James L. Stouffer and daughter, Vir- ginia, of Hagerstown, spent the weete with the former's sister Mrs. T K. Dennis. Hayrnoud Miller tvaa a business caller In our village Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Hull, Mrs. Lloyd Hull and daughter Louise were gueatH of Mr and Mrs. Henry Everetts, Hopewell. Mr. and Mrs. Kleffer Seibert and sona Daniel and David, were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Draper and family Sunday evening. Little Miss Helen Daughnrty, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Daugherly who lias been 111 with scarlet fover is much Improved. Mr. and Mre. Lloyd Shank, oC Hopswell, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buzzard and family. Mr and Mrs. Howard Galnes and daughters, Sarah Jane and Rosotta, Hagerstown, were guests of Mrs. Gaines parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Trumpower. Mr. and Mrs. Phares Horet and family, of Charlton and the Misses Flora and Lucy Shank, of Hagers- town, wero Sunday visitors ol the family ol Mr and Mrs. Christian LJbersole. - Miss Mary Martin and Paul Sel- lers, Hagerstown, were callers witn tho latter's sister, Mrs. Luther Frush Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Snydor, who have both been 111 are much improved Mr. unl Mrs. David Smith, or Clearspring, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hull. Mr. Percy Bbersole is or tho sick list itr. and Mrs. John Coffee, of Greencastle, were visitors with the family of Mrs. Coffee's brother, Mr. P. D. Draper Mrs. F. R.'Dennis happened w i t h ; a very painful accident last week, when she lot an Iron fall on her tool. Mr and Mrs. Grover Forsytho vis- ited with the family of Mrs. For- sythe'u brother, Mrs. Paul Hull. The little daughter of Mr. and Jirs. Pilul Hull that has been seriously 111 is recovering. Mr and Mrs. Charles Dennis anil i children, Marie and Milton spent Hi - j week in Hagerstown attending t h - l fair. . . ! Miss Pearl Ebersole visited frk-mi · j In Hagyrstown, Ftiir week. j Miss Helen Cowdcn. of \Vl!stv.'.V,., was a caller with relatives In o'.sv village Monday. ' Mrs. Samuel Hastings, of H'-iyr'- Cross Koads, spent scvonil ' with her parents, Mr. am! :.'.(··· Jamea Hull_ J. L..Frush and daughter I" · was a culler with relatives in 1! Valley, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hnrr. o' ' · gerstown, spent Wednesday r noon with Mrs. Fred Draper^ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Grovo.' ·' gerstown, were callers of All's. £·;-. Grove. Give 'Em Time And They'll Both Grow v "You're a heck of a looking lizard," says the big chap'on the right, "And you're a dizzy looking duck," replies tho little fellow. But they're both wrong. One's a baby alligator, the other a baby ostrich, both just two weeks old. They live on a farm in California. HOSPITAL OPENED. The Hanover General Hospital, built by the J. B. Ferguson Com- pany, of Hagerstown, will open its doora to the public today. The hos- pital is the gift of H. D. Sheppard and C. N. Myers, of Hanover. They have set up an endownment fund of $100,000 for the hospital in addition to erecting the building anJ have asked the community to share In making the institution. Even a veiT light pat on the back can make the chest stick out. SHIPPING BOARD TO ASK FUND INCREASE Washington, Oct. 21. (/P) -- The Shipping Board and the Emergency Fleet Corporation will appeur be- fore the budget bureau next week to ask for an appropriation of $18.- 900,000 to cover gross expenditure!) for tho coming fiscal year, an in- crease of $4,600,000 over last year's budget. Of the total to be sought 518,500,- 000 is to cover estimated operating coats. Part of the increase is at- tributed to tho necessity of placing in .service an additional number of cargo ships to take care of the wheat and cotton movement because of the withdrawn! of Hritish bot- toms due to tho British coal slrike. Mr. and Mra Charles I, children anil Jl'rs. U H. De Sunday evening callers w James Hull. ,nnl* n n i s ith ant wura Mra. Wili., i Knight-Overland dales and Service Eliason Motor Co. «0 E. Washington St. Phone 2504 HERE IS A HELPFUL WAY TO BORROW MONEY 10 Soi *t r'otomac Street /It.' '^ERY LADIEb REAw - Headquarters For All S T E W A R T W A R N E R PRODUCTS and WESTINGHOUSE BATTERIES A. E. Lutz Cor. Baltimore and Locust Sts C o m m u n i t y Joans'* ar^ made on household KOOL!*. etc.. w i t h o u t removal, at Ly.Y .ul iiuer- c-st. NO endorsers. Strict privacy. Get It 30.00 pay ? 3.00 per rttonth. P Gel * rtO.Otl pay 9 '·.»» P«*r nmntli, ;·( gKOfi.oo pny Get *:U)f.)(» guy Oilier .4 mount* in Mnntc proportion Cull I'criKinnlly, \Vrhc - ' » r . 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