The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 30, 1949 · Page 5
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Wednesday, March 30, 1949
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--Photo by Raup Studio MR. AND MRS. DAVID WOLFINGER Bouquets of Snapdragons and greens formed a lovely setting at the First Christian Church on Monday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock when Miss Jetta Lorraine Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Adams, of Fairview road, became the bride of David A. Wolfinger, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Angle Wolfinger, West Side avenue. The Rev. Dr. William M. Nor- inent performed the. double ring ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. . Preceding and during the ceremony Miss Viola Fisher, church organist, played the traditional wedding selections. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a pink satin brocaded dress with navy accessories and a white orchid corsage. Miss Joy Adams was her sister's only attendant. She selected a navy blue two piece dress with pink accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. John Bowman served as best man for the bridegroom and the ushers were Jabob Adams, brother of the bride, and Harry Weaver, brother-in-law of the bridegroom of Dundalk, Md. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Adams wore an orchid colored dress with black accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Wolf inger, mother of the bridegroom chose a navy blue outfit Vith navy and white accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Immediately following the cere rnony a reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents, after which the couple left for a wedding trip through Virginia and North Carolina. Upon their return return they will reside at the Wolfinger home for the present time. For travelling,. Mrs. Wolfinger changed to an aqua suit with navy accessories and a white orchid corsage. - The bride was graduated from the Hagerstown High School with the class of 1948 and is now employed at the Fairchild Aircraft Corporation. Mr. Wolfinger was graduated from the local high school 'with the class of 1945 and served during the war with the U. S. Navy. He is now employed at the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone .Company. Tour Is Made By A Capella Choir The Hagerstown A Capella choir, directed by Raymond K. Hollinger, has returned from a successful tour of the Northern section of the Eastern Shore. Concerts were given at Calvert High School, Saturday night; Perryville, Sunday morning; Newport, Delaware, Sunday afternoon, and Oxford, Pa. f Sunday evening! A large audience attended the concert at each place. Soloists with the choir were: Helen Pensinger, Paul Roth, Merle Belle Collette, Louise Wagner, Francis Reymaster, Evangeline Heyworth and Romayne Beyard. Twenty eight members of the choir made the tour. The next concert will be the presentation of the oratorio; "Elijah," on Sunday evening, May 8, at St. Paul's Methodist Church. Creamed brussels sprouts are delicious served with cooked, sliced, smoked pork shoulder butt. Millions of Dollars Worth of F U R S are being ruined each Summer because of IMPROPER storage or FAULTY cleaning. 'Why take RISKS when you can be SAFE with our competent and dependable service. Cold Storage Re-styling Relining Cleaning Glazing Repairing Our 20 Yean of Reliable Service Is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction GRAFS FUR SHOP 34 N. POTOMAC ST. PHONE 1233 Garden Section Has Flowers On Display Arrangements Of Forced Blooms Exhibited At Women's C I u b With such mild spring weather members of the Women's Club Garden Section had no difficulty in forcing flowers in .bloom for their March meeting yesterday afternoon in the club auditorium. Probably the most unusual arrangement was. the work of Mrs. Richard Willson who scooped out the green leafy top of a fresh pineapple which yhe placed in water resembling a cactus plant. Mrs Willson displayed the growth of the pineapp'.a top of several days and in another container exhibited one which had been growing for a year. There were also forced white lilac exhibited by Mrs. Joseph Bearinger and Mrs. S. George White displayed bridal -wreath. Other members exhibited forced apple blossoms, japonicas, and forsythia. One of the most artistic arrangements was forsythiaj daf- fedils pussy willows, and flowering cherry blossoms in a pewter vase. At the business session presided over by Mrs. J. Alvey Long, section chairman; Mrs. W.' C. Feaster, was appointed chairman of the Maryland House aud Garden pilgrimage sponsored by t h e Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland. Members voted to visit the houses and gardens in Carroll Count}-. ' Plans were discussed for a Flower Show to be held at the annual club dinner on May 16 at which time arrangements will be placed on the dinner tables in the auditorium. Displays will also decorate the entire lower floor of the club. Section members decided on planting a tree on the north side of the club grounds. After the meeting a tea in charge of the program chairman, Mrs. Homer Middlekauff was served. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Joseph Updegraff, Mrs. Paul Byers, Mrs. W i l l i a m Babylon, .Mrs! Richard Willson and Mrs. E. B. Sefton and Mrs. Kenneth Spencej poured. ' · FIVE* THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND ean 'acation AFFIANCED Mrs. Jennie Baker announces the engagement of her granddaughter, Violet A. Turner, to William A.'. Penner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Penner. Miss Turner is the granddaughter of the late Lloyd Kieffer Baker. She attended school in Williamsport. The wedding will take place in the late summer. "Watch her contrive to show the back of this frock with the perky sash and the upswept line oE ruff- ing- and you'll feel repaid for mak- ng such a pretty frock. Doubly mart with matching: bloomer-pan- ies included in pattern. No. 2979 is cut in sizes 2, 4 6 S Size i requires 1% yds. 35-in.; % yd. 35-in. lor panties. Send 25c for pattern with Name, Address and Style Number. State desired. of lovely EASTER . _ - -, send for the SPRING FASHION BOOK -- presenting the newest trends in cut and design all asy for the home sewer to make. Over 150 pattern designs for ail ges and occasions, delightfully il- ustr.ited. Price just 20 cents. Address Pattern Department, Ha- erstown Mo* ing Herald, 121 West 9th Street. New York. 11. N. T.' i MISS MADELINE DERMODY Miss Madeline Dermody, 203 South Prospect St., Hagerstown shown at La Guardia Airport before hoarding a n American overseas airlines flagship for Munich, Germany where she will visit with her sister and her brother-in-law who is employed by the State Department. From Munich, the trio will make a one-month tour of continental Europe. ML Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith, 255 Frederick street, announce the birth of a daughter, Sheila Sheene, at the Washington County Hospital on March 18. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Lillian Lane Couple Honored At linen Shower Mrs. Richard Stonebraker And Mrs. S. J. Cohen Are Joint Hostesses The home of the Richard Stone- brakers on Sunset avenue was the scene of a lovely pre-nupital party and shower on Saturday evening when Mrs. Richard Stonebraker and Mrs. S. J. Cohen' entertained riage will take place 'on April 16 in this city. - ' The home was charmingly decorated with spring flowers and the party appointments carried out pastel shades of spring. The young couple received many gifts of linen. Invited, guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stine, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Correll-Brown, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard S.tine, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feigley, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Warner, Sr., Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Reno, Mrs. Anna Fiery, Mrs. Rebecca Reid, Karl .Steinitz and Charles Adams. Use small patterned paper .for small Christmas gifts, large patterned paper for large gifts. START HEADIN' for the big R O B L E E SPRING ROUNDUP, MEN. t It's under way right now at Half-Hour Self-Service Wash and Dry Your Clothes At HALF HOUR LAUNDRY 334 N. Potomac Ph. 4325 Next to Armory ' They have a corral full of the smartest, toughest, easiest-on- the-feet-and-pocketbook shoes you're seen since the snow left the ground. 51 Gauge N Y L O N H O S I E R Y $1.00 Couple Entertained On Joint Birthdays Mr. And Mrs. Russell Provard Are Feted By Children Mr. and Mrs. Russell.E. Provard, of Hagerstown, route 5, were honored at a joint birthday party recently at the Leitersburg home of their son-in-low and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.'Ralph D. Toms. The table was centered with a three-tiered birthday cake and was gaily decorated with Easter flowers. The couple received · many lovely and useful gifts. During the evening, games were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Josephine Shatzer, Mrs. Ethel Mowen, Mrs. Arline Shanholtz, Mrs. Ella Martin, Herman Earner, Preston Boward and Roy Clever. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. in, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Waliy, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morningstar, Mrs. Flora dine and Charles Green! all of Hagerstown, route 5; Mr! and Mrs. Allen Martin, Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Toms, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Boward, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shanholtz and daughter, Paula Jean, Mrs. Ethel Mowen, Herman Earner, Mrs. Josephine Shatzer. Mrs. Vertie Barncord, Ralph Barncord, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boward, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Harbaugh and son, Herschel, have returned to Waterloo, Iowa, after spending several days with Mr Harbaugh's sister, Mrs. Melchor Carver, 118 East avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Milo E Thomas have moved to their new home on the Cavetown pike. Little Jackie South, son of Mr. ant Mrs. Clarence South, Jr., is confined to his home at 209 East Washington street with the measles. Mrs. Maude L Woiford, Funkstown, is.confined to her homo due to injuries sustained when she fell down a night of stairs recently. She was treated at the Washington County Hospital for two broken bones, a badly sprained ankle and bruises about the body. Miss Doris Brumbaugh, State Line and Miss Jane Louise Baker, tin's city, sailed on Saturday from New York City aboard the S.S. Queen Elizabeth for Paris and Germany. Jn Germany they will visit Miss Brumbaugh's sister. Prof, and Mrs. Edwin C. Partridge, Mealey Parkway, sailed on Saturday from New York City aboard the Queen Elizabeth to visit relatives in England. Jonas Eshelman, who is studying dentistry at Western Maryland College, is spending his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chalice R. Eshelman, Oak Hill avenue Mrs. Etta ZJrkle has returned to her home in Little Orleans after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ben- fleld and children, Floyd and Jay of Big Pool. Mr. and Mrs. Ben- fleld accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs Larry George and daughter, Nancy, of Cumberland, spent the weekend with Mr. and' Mrs/ Thomas McCusker, of Little Orleans. Mrs. Charles Waltrick, 128 South Locust street, is a patient at the Washington County Hospital where she underwent an operation. John E. Stouffer, of Harrisburg, Pa., is attending the Snrine convention this week in Denver, Colo. He is a member of the Directors of Zembo Templo an d formerly resided in this city. Miss Evelyn HiltoxThas returned to her home on Highland Way after spending the past six weeks at Clearwater, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John Werth and family have returned to Kingsport, Tenn., after visiting Mrs. Worth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Daniels, Potomac avenue. Washington County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jade N. Beard have moved to 336 South Locust street. and son, Russell, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morningster, all of Hagerstown; Mrs. D. 0. Toms, of Cavetown; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clever and son, Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clever and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clever, all of Greencastle. Pa. eri America's Best-Dressed Easter Parader* Arcter Nylons Clear, sheer beauty, exquisite quality and perfection of fit make- Archers the choice of "America's Best-Dressed Women." Choose Archers as the final fashion flourish to your costume -to make this your "'Best-Dressed Easter." ?1.35 - rcner Nylons Mrs- Mary Mason Mills and her six sons were all together for the first time in ten years when she entertained Sunday at her home on Orchard Ridge, Hancock, at a buffet luncheon. She is pictured above with her honored guests, her six sons. Seated from left to right are: C. Henry Mason, of Alexandria, Va.; Mrs. Mary Mason Mills, Hancock; Emmert E. Mason Alexandria, Va.; Frank E. Mason, U.S. Navy, Long Beach, California, and Breen T. Mason, of Hancock. The party has been pending since the end of World War If. Five of the boys saw a total of IS years overseas service in the war. Other guests at the party were: Mrs. C. H. Mason and son, Mrs. B. Mason and daughter, Mrs. R. C. Mason and daughter, all of Alexandria; Mrs. F. E. Mason,. Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. B. T. Mason, Miss Rosa-Lee McKee, Miss Amy McCormick, Miss Martha Breen, Miss Cora Fink and D- 0. Mills, all of Hancock; Mr. and Mrs. Clare'nce B.- Mason and daughter, Shirley, Miss Mary Smith 'and George Bridendolph, all of 'Big Pool, and Miss Louise Mason and Edwin Moats, both of Washington, B.C. Girl Seoul Council Meets Monday Night i New Committee Chairmen Appointed By The County Commissioner The Washington County Girl Scout Council met Monday evening with the commissioner, Mrs. Robert Cartee, presiding. The meet- fog opened with the Girl Scout Promise. New members to the council were introduced as follows: Mrs. M. C. Morton, Mrs. Norman Pur- uell, Mrs. Charles F. Holtzraann, Miss Frances Grimes and Mrs. J. Robert Nicklas. The newly elected officers taking charge were: Commissioner, Mrs. Robert S. Cartee; vice commissioner, Mrs. Charles W. Jones; secretary, Mrs. A. H. Warne; treasurer, Mrs. Ralph Highbarge'r. Reports from various committees were given. Mrs. Charles Jones,-in charge of training, outlined a training program for council "members and committee members. The commissioner reported the following new committee chairmen; Organization, Mrs. John Wagaman; public relations, Mrs. Harold Porter; program, Mrs. Frank Schwartz; finance, Mrs. R. Paul Smith; training, Mrs. Charles Jones; staff and office, Mrs. A. H. Warne; nominating membership, Mrs. M. C. Morton, and camp, Mrs. Robert Cartee. Mrs. Kenneth Sinn, chairman ot the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund, reported a total of |134.09 collected by the Washington Coun-' ty Girl Scouts. All activities connected with the name of Juliette Low center around.two purposes --to keep alive the memory of the founder of Girl Scouting in the United States, and to assist-' in the promotion of Girl Scouting throughout the world as a contribution toward world peace and good will. The Girl Scout annual cookie sale is now in progress in the community. Money from this sale will go toward purchasing a troop camp site for all Girl Scouts in Washington County. These cookies will be on sale in downtown Hagerstown Saturday. Couple Observes 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Foreman, Sharpsburg, will quietly celebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary today. _ Mr. and Mrs. Foreman were married by the late Dr. C. C, Clever at the Christ's Reformed parsonage at that time located on West Franklin street. They are the parents of one son,, one daughter and four grandchild-' ren. Before moving- to Sharpsburg they were residents of Hagerstown for over fifty "years. ^ Safe, Sound Toilet Training Trust Trimble to bring you the best! This streamlined little throne is scientifically planned to give that all important correct posture. Makes basic training a pleasure for him ... easy for you. And he's always perfectly safe--safety strap with doubly secured snap lock, adjustable foot rest, and sturdy, easy-to-grasp arms. Trainer locks firmly to any toilet seat, What's more, the 820 Kiddie-Trainer, with its flexible white plastic deflector, is a real bathroom beauty. Gleaming, durable, easy-to- dean white finish. No. 820 KIDDIE-TRAINER* $4 95 28-30 Summit Ave. / Phone 1203

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