I'rt U THE MORNING HBKALU, HAGUKSTOWN, MARYLAND. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29.1987 Club News PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. J. Ott Funkhouser Mrs. I. M. Wertz, Mr. and Mrs. H H. Gorman, Miss Kllzi Blair, Miss Margaret Kohler anJ Miss Betty Kohler were among those attend ing the Pitt-Duke football game at Durham, N. C. Mr. arid Mrs. W, C. Newman have 'moved from Princess Dagmar Hole] to Hamilton Hotel. Mr. find Mrs. H. T. Bowman, West Washington street, spent Thanks giving Day In Baltimore where they attended the wedding of Miss Christlnia Showacre to Frederick Alexander. Miss Showacre is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Showacre. Rev. Mr. Showacre was a former pastor of Washington Square M; B. Church. C. E. Kcarton, of Port Washington, N. Y., spent 'the week-end with his brother, E. E. Kearton, East avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bradley, Hamilton Boulevard, spent the weekend with their son, Charley Bradley, who is a student at Duke University, Durham, N. C. Miss Madge Dermody, 106 East Baltimore street, is visiting her uncle,, I. L. Dermody, in Philadelphia. While there she will attend the Army-Navy game. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Oaks and family, of Dayton, 0., are visiting jffs. Maurio Burk, Mulberry avenue. Mrs. E. E. Kearton, East avenue, is seriously ill at the Washington County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Boyd, o£ Teaneck, N. Y., spent the weekend with relative* here and Clear- spring. Paul Nag}', John Spiker and Mac Connell were guests yesterday of Clark Hinkle at the Red Skins- Packers football game in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Webb, Virginia avenue, are visiting their daughter, Miss Betsy Stuart Webb, a student at St. Mary's Seminary, St. Mary's City, Md. John E. Perham, of Fairmont, W. Va, spent the holiday week-end at his home in this city. FAIRMONT HAT SHOP Ladies' Hat. 17 Summit Avenue Opposite Court Houti 'I Red Crott SHOES $650 Maj. and Mrs. Joseph W. Byron and sons, Forrest Drive, were among those attending the Army- Navy game in Philadelphia Saturday. Miss Lola Blnkley, of Llnwood, Md., and Miss Mary Binkley, of State Line, are spending the weekend with relatives in Philadelphia. Mrs. C. R. Clagett, of Williamsport, and Mrs. Ralph McClelland, Sr., are week end guests at the Windsor Inn, Western Pike. 10 lb«. WET WASH 39= HAGERSTOWN LAUNDRY, Inc. Phone 2550 9t Do yenr Christmas Shopping COMFORTABLY WIDTHS AMATOEEE Amerim't Smarten Walking Shoe* Co Placet Camfartably BENTZ and DUNN "The HOUSE of SHOES" SURPRISE PARTY IS HELD FRIDAY NIGHT Mrs. W. R. Custer was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday party given by her husband at the Windsor Inn on Friday evening. A color scheme of pink and white was beautifully carried out with cut flowers and lights. As Mrs. Custer entered the Inn she was greeted by music played by the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys. Prizes in cards were won by Miss Mary Payne Grove, Mrs. Harvey Sprecher, Mrs. John Myers, William Meyers, Huber Pugh and John Myers. Refreshments were served to these guests: Mr. and Mrs. Custer and children, Vivian, Helen, Reed and Harold; Mr. and Mrs. Tritsch, Mr. and Mrs. South, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. William L. Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sprecher, Mr. end Mrs. R. F. Ihlcfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove, Air. and Mrs. Walter Hensell, Mr. and Mrs. Huber Pugh, the Misses Mary Payne and Louise Grove, Lorraine Ihlefeldt, RECEPTION HELD FOR NEWLY WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Snyder Are Delightfully Entertained A recaption was tendered Mr: and Mrs. Lauran Snyder, who were recently married, by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder, parents ot the groom and Mrs. Elizabeth 'Herb'ert, mother of the bride at the Snyder home, near Spickler on Friday evening. Mrs. Snyder was prior to her marriage, Mise Mary Elizabeth Herbert, member of the Big Pool School faculty. Many'lovely gifts were received by the -couple. Among those pres: ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snyder, Miss Hilda Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beckley and daughter, Grace; Mrs. Elizabeth Herbert, Harry Spickler, Mrs. Prank Spickler, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charlton, Mrs. Mollie Knepper, Mrs. Charlotte Seibert, Mrs. Effle Riley, Mr. and Mrs. John Bloyer, Mr. and Mre. William Bloyer and children, Robert and Mildred; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bloyer, Mrs. Sylvester Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ernst, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennis, Mrs. Chlorine Kreps, Mrs. Howard Smith, Mrs. Cecil Stoner, the. Rev. Luther Miller, Misses Mary and Tlllie Miller, Victor Spickler, Mrs. Hubert Fowler, Mrs. Mary Marotte, Mtes Juli Shank, Mrs. Clyde Daugherty, Mrs. Fred Leaner, Fred Draper, Misses Mildred and Verg Draper, Miss Elizabeth Saum, Mrs. Mollie Yeakle, Miss Ruth Karn, Guy Cook, Susan Martin, Daniel Miles, Catherine Snook, Roy Snyder, Pearl Snook, Milton Dennis, Winifred Rowe. Leila Bell Rowe, Virginia Shupp, Ray Hull, Charlotte Miles, Martha Snyder, William Caskey, Jane Snyder, Phyllis .Stoner, Donald Stoner, Harold Snyder, Paul Snyder, Angle Marotte', Kathleen Beckley, Paul Lesher, Ann Cross, Louise Bloyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Whittington, Clara Mae and Doris Whittington, Kenneth Bloyer, Jake Miley, Jack Martin and Richard Snyder. OUR DAILY PATTERN Smart Moulded-Line Dress By ELLEN WORTH A little moulded bodice black velvet dress that is a darling affair. The crisp white lace collar lends an old-fashioned aspect. The shaped peplum makes the fitted waistline and the hips appear divinely slim. The slender gored skirt has such a lively swinging hem. You'll wear it for social evenings as well as for afternoons grand for holiday parties. It will also give dash to your wardrobe in a muted pastel wool and looks so young 'neath your winter coat. Crepe silks and rayon novelties are equally charm- ng for this model with either short or long sleeves. Style No. 1923 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 3S and 40-lnches bust. Size 16 requires 3 3-S yards of 39-inch material with 1-4 yard of 39-inch contrasting. Price of PATTERN IB cents (coin Is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Pattern Mall Address: N. I. Pattern Bureau The Morning Herald, Suite 1110, 220 East 42nd Street, New York, N. I. 1925 COUPLE WEDDED ON SUNDAY NEAR CITY Mrs. Irvine Marries Mr. Marquis at Home of Bride's Parents A prcity wedding was solemnized • t tk* home of Mr. and Mrs. firuoel Layman, west of here, on Sunday afternoon at one o'clock when their) daughter, Mrs. Caroline Irvine be-j came the brido oE Mr. Howard! Eugene Marquis, son of Mr. ami] Mrs. D. L. Marquis, of Beaver, P The ring ceremony was performe by the bride's pastor, Rev. Dr. B Ilinton RitzJ of the Luthen Church, Wayuesboro, in the pre ence of a few friends. Mrs. Paul Earthalm played th wedding marches and also durln he ceremony. The hride was attired In a win colored dress with short veil an ccessorles to match. She wore shoulder corsage of yellow rose iiids and forget-me-nots. A receptlo_n was held followin he wedding at the Hotel Alexander his city. Mr. and Mrs. Marquis left for SALLY'S SALLIES hort ceremony tripv keeping the! .estination a secret. As a golni way outfit Mrs. Marquis wore i rey alpaca dress with dubonne ccessories and black fur coat They will be at home after Decem er . 5 in Greensburg, Pa., ,where Ir. Marquis has leased the Rappe lotel. MISS ZIMMERMAN MARRIED NOV. 25 MARRIAGE LICENSES. Helen dine and Regina South; Joseph and Donald Grove. MISS NEIBERT AND MR. SEAL WEDDED Mr. f.nd Mrs. V. M. N'eibert, 124 Broadway, announce the marriage of their daughter, Marion Elizabeth, to Mr. Marvin Conard Seal, on No- vomber 25 at Stanley, Va. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. F. Tyler, pastor of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Seal is a member of the Senior Class, Hagerstown High School. Mr. Seal is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Sea], Luray, Va., and is associated In business with his uncle, L. W. Seal, this city. For the present they will reside at the home of the bride's parents. W. I. L. P. MEETING The- Women's International Mark E. Hoffman, 23, Edna L. Bowers, 20, Hagerstown. Clayton D. Cbamberlin, 22, Mildred A. Marshall, 19, Wayuesboro. Lloyd B. Sloore, 27, Gladys M Cook, 19, Hagerstown. , John L. Saum, Jr., 19, Ada M. Baker, 18, Hagerstown. Floyd M. Roberts, 30, Leila G. Mason, 27, Martinsburg. Edgar S. Reed, 25, Hartford, Conn., Amy B. Moore, 25, Hagerstown. Leonard E. Shumaker, 21, Geraldine E. Nunamaker, 19, Hagerstown Richard G. Sprankle, 21, Waynesboro, Esther M. Kline, IS, Roadside, Pa. Lester S. Hnyre, 24, Ftmkstown, Pearl V. Hess, 22, Boonsboro. Daniel K. Marker, 29, Frances L Strock, 24, Hagerstown. Robert E. Clark, 26, Geneva V Mellott, 19, Warforclsburg, Pa. BUTCHERING PARTY HELD A'r. and Mrs. Thomas Miller entertained at a butchering party at their home near Smithsburg on Thanksgiving Day. Two fine porkers were slaughtered. A turkey dinner was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. .Mahlon Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaller, Mr and -Mrs. Clyde Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. ItfMt AUdriu Stylo No. 1923. SIZE. G League for Peace and Freedom will! George Smith, Mr. and Mrs Hugh '—' " •••- ' ••=---•• Mr. Charles Fishack,' Sonny Mary Jeannette Beard, Miller, Celia Smith, Robert, Eugene and Charles Fishack 3rd, and Ellis Kendall, Jr bold a meeting this evening 7:30 o'clock in the Washington County Library. A study of peace legislation will be discussed. Airs. H. V. Hart, president, will preside. Beard, Kendall, Richard Tucked faille pill-box hats arc Leing tucked, and huge veils hung from them. The Larger You Are The More You Need a POIRETTE COMPACT What if you are size 36 or larger? You can still have a young, supple, well-proportioned, well-groomed figure. This Poirette Compact smooths out underarm bulges, re-proportions the bustline, flattens abdomen-, smooths diaphragm and hips with such incomparable genius that you'll never know your better self—until you've worn one. $5.OO to $12.5O CORSET DEP'T SECOND FLOOR EYERLY'S T CHAPTER TO MEET. I Henry Kyd Douglas Chanter, i Eons of Confederate Veterans, will 11.old meeling Tuesday evening, No- 1 >'ember 30, at, 7:30 o'clock at the home of Dr. White, i,, Shepherdstown. All members are asked to be present. DINNER PARTY. A dinner party was held at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Freeze, McDowell avenue, Thanksgiving Day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry v. Freeze, of Harrisburg, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Grout, Joan and J. W. Grout and Ralph Freeze. FURS We Remodel, Repair and Re-line Fur Coatt Let Ui Clean and Glue YOUR FURS The Safest W«y We Do Not Recommend "OILINQ" THE FUR SHOP 16 E, Wiihlnrjten St. .Phone 1233 MISS MARY GROVE WEDDED ON FRIDAY Becomes Bride of Paul MeNeill in Pretty Ceremony A number of local people attent cd the wedding on Friday of Mis Mary Catherine Grove, the daugh ter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Omer S. Grove of Welsh Run ,to Paul James Me Neill, of Carbondale, Pa. The cere mony took place at 7 o'clock in the Mercersburg Academy Chapel and was performed by Dr. Boyd Ed wards, headmaster at the Academy Palms and ferns, intersperser. with white chrysanthemums, decor ated the chancel. A carillon pre lude by Bryan Barker and a so prano solo by Mrs. Calvin A. Brown preceded the service at which Roy A. McMichael was the organist. The bride wore a dress of white satin with a long train . Her long tulle veil was caught by a coronet of gardenias and valley lilies fel from the white prayer book which she carried. Miss Mildred Grove was her sister's maid of honor, wearing a gown of gold colored taffeta and rust accessories and carrying bud chrysanthemums. 'All of the bridesmaids wore rust colored gowns and gold accessories. They included the Misses Nan McNeil!, sister of the groom, Carbondale; Rebecca Grove, Welsh Run; Louise Hazelbarth, Greencastle ,and Clara ScMnebly, Hagerstown. William McNeil! was 'the best man and the ushers were George Lauman, Daytona Beach, Fla., C., Kelker Young, Washington; Paul Deschanes, Manchester, N. Y.; Edwin Hoffman, Mercersburg. The groom Is a graduate of Mercersburg Academy and National University School of Law, Washington. The bride graduated from the Cbambersburg high, school and the Lewis School, Washington. Yellow and white chrysanthemums made a beautiful setting for the reception for 250 guests which followed the service at the bride's home. Mrs. William Paulsgrove, of thls-clty, cousin of the bride, presld< ed at the reception. The couple then left for a wedding trip, after which they will reside In Washing, ton. Miss Gilbert and 'Mr. Eberscje Wee A quiet wedding took place o Wednesday evening at the paris: house of St. Mary's Catholic churcl when Miss Ethel Gilbert, the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Gilbert became the bride of John H. Ebei sole, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Ebersole. The Hey. Fr. Thomas D Rinehart performed the ceremony The bride wore a dress of rusl colored crepe, brown /accessories .nd a corsage of talisman roses and valley lilies. Miss Nancy Cos sard and Lester Smith were the at endants. Mr. and Mrs. Ebersole are both graduates of the Hagerstown high chool . She is employed by the Montgomery-Ward Company and le, by the Pangborn Corporation. ' Immediately after the service 'iiffet supper was held for the fam- lies at the home *of the bride's ister, Mrs. William Hess. The ouple then left for Philadelphia. Jpon their return they will be a ome at 228 North Locust street. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Ohmer" C. Beachley nnounce the engagement of their aughter, Nancy Elizabeth to Wll- am Templetpn Layman, son of Dr. nd Mrs. J. Walter Layman. A quiet wedding took place ai o'clock Wednesday afternoon, No ember 24_ln Emmanuel U. B hurch when Miss Anna Elizabeth Zimmerman, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Luther C. Zimmerman, this city, became the bride of Mr Thomas F. Bragunier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tryon E. Bragunier, also of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Paul E. Holdcraft. Mr. and Mrs. John Easterday, sister and brother-in-law ot the groom, were the only attendants, ANNOUNCE BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Frye, 8*5 Mulberry avenue, announce the birth of a daughter, Margaret Shelley, at'the Washington County Hospital on November .14. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Keplinger, !)53 Summit avenue, announce the birth of a daughter at the Washington County Hospital on Friday My tis Is » dumb the only thlnn the can get straight are tttt seams of he stockings. Jefferson Players to Present Drama The Jefferson Players of Charle Town are now in final rehearsals o ''Seventh Heaven," the war drami by Austin Strong to be presented In tue Charles Town High School and: orium on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, December 7 and 8 8:15 p. m. The play is given for the benefl the Screen Fund of the high ..chool. Leading a large cast are Leeds Riley and Anne Wright Baylor who will play the parts of Chico and Jiane, the twb Apache lovers. This lay treats with the fate of these wo from the slums of Paris. The Jefferson Players, under the lirectlon of Charles G. Skinner eel that "Seventh Heaven" will be he most outstanding dramatic at cmpt in the life of the organiz'a ion. DR. CAMERON TO ADDRESS SECTION A meeting of the Civic Section f the Women's Club will be held n Wednesday afternoon at . 3 'clock in the committee room ol' le club. Dr. W. Ross Cameron, ity and County Health Officer, 111 be the guest speaker. Dr. ameron's talks are always of uch interest and a large crowd is xpected. .. * Mrs.. James iFlndlay, chairman, ill preside. ' SUPPER MEETTO BEHELDTONIGHT Annual Event of Cauneil of Religious Education to Be Held Everything is in readiness (or the annual supper meeting of the Washington County Council of Religious Education to be held this evening at St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, North Potomac street, at 6:30 o'clock. While it if too lato to make any further reservations for the dinner, anyone who desires to hear the speaker is welcome. An interesting evening Is in store For those interested in religious educational work in our communi y. Mr., Perry L. Huffaker will ead the group in singing and good fellowship and Rev. Roy L. Sloop, pastor of .St. Mark's Lutherar Church, will give the message oi he evening. Rev. Addison H. Groff, president of the Council, »il! preside. Brief reports of activities will be given and the election ol iffleers for the ensuing year will be- 'eld. Miss Lillian B. McCormick, from he State staff located In Baltimore, -'ill be present and bring greetings. 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