The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 1, 1938 · Page 2
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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TWO THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. SATURDAY, JANUARY If News BEAUTY AND DIGNITY MARK ANNUAL ASSEMBLY CLUB BALL Annual Event at Hotel Alexander Is Opened wirh Stately Debutante Figure—Large Number of Guests Bounty-and dignity marked th annual Assembly Club ball whic moved merrily along in the dim]; lighted ballroom of Hotel Alexaude last night. Swirling chiffon, rus ling taffeta, the smooth gleam o satin and the glitter of silver am gold added to the picturesque bal that drew a large assemblage o guests; Opening the ball was the debt - tante figure, a stately slow march in keeping with the traditlona dignity of the club. Miss Suzanm Byron who led the figure with Ed win Townsend Wroth wore a white marquisette with rhinestone trim ming and carried a boiiduet o white roses and freesias. Miss Elizabeth Gaines Humrichous 0 whose partner was Jack Pangborn was attired in white net fashioned with a fitted bodice and full skirt . embrodfored in silver and a cor sage of purple orchids. Miss Sarah Rochester Penuington whoso partner was Walter Byron Stehl, Jr., was gowned in a white tulle fashioned boiiffant style, with crystal trim and a corsagn of pink camellias. Others In the figure were: Miss Caroline Heyser and Norman Holzapfel; Miss Clare Cohill and iVernbn N, Simmons, Jr.; Miss Jane Byron and Richard Emerson, ot Boston, Mass.; Miss Betty Bridges and Gerrard Lee and Miss Virginia Reifsnider, ot Westminster and .John B. Ferguson, Jr. Tho receiving Hue at which the debutantes and now members were presented stood against a background of silver and hemlock flanked on either sido with pedestals holding old fashioned bouquets. Hemlock gracefully decorated' the walls with trees in the corners of the ballroom. The decorating began in the hallway to the ballroom where trellises werr placed for the debutante's flower, and extended through the. hall am main d'inlng room and coffee flhoi where slipper was served at 12:31 o'clock. • ' In the receiving line were! Miami Mrs. William Preston Lane, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Tennant, .Mr nnd'Mrs. John Vincent. Jamison,!" -Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carl '-Med lord and Mr. and " Mrs. Richard Alvey Jamison. Music was furnished by Al Hoi lander and his.orchestra. The guest list included: John Allnut, Baltimore, Alexander Armstrong, 3d, Towson, Md.; Robert Black, Mercersburg, Pa ' Frank Lee Bushong, Charles Town, W. Va.; Thomas Barry, Cumberland, Md.; Richard '.T.'Bowie, Lwthsrvlllo, Md.; Mrs. B. Lee Barnett, Hagerstown; Washington Bowie, 6th, Lutherville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. James Bushong, Madison, Va.; Miss Jane Wilson Byron, Hagerstown; James Beall, "New York, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong Blackwell, Hagerstown; John B. Beall, Cumber- 'land, Md.; Miss Anne Beach, Chevy Chase, Md.; Miss Bettie Bridges, Hagerstown; Robert Alexander Bodkin, Maplewood, N. J.; Thomas W. Baldridge, Winchester, Va.; Miss Frances Coffman, Hagerstown; Miss Virginia Tucker meler, Harrislmrg, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony H. Hanliey, Washing ton, D. C.; Miss Marion Holland Laurel, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Win. J Homer, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mis: Catherine Hoffmeier, Hagerstown Charles L. Hoffmeitr, Hanover P.a.; Miss Julia M. Holzapfel, Ha gerstown; Miss Mary D. Hellman Hagerstown; Miss Mildred Jenkins Hagerstown; Miss Mary Kneisley Hagerstown; Mr. and Mrs. John Keiffer, Annapolis; Miss Elizabeth Kellogg, Hagerstown; J. Spangle: Kieffer, Hagerstown; Charles Kll bourne, Hngerstown; John Leut hemeyer, Baltimore; Miss Kathar ine Templin Lichlider, Shepherds town, W. Va.; Lt. ami Mrs. Waltei B. Lineweaver, Arlington, Va.; Mr mid Mrs. George Richard Long Delmar, Del.; Mr, and Mrs. G. S Lee, Larchmont, N. Y.; Mrs. Stan ley J. Little, Hagerptown; Mrs PERSONALS Classic In Tailored Tweed Tobn M. Lane, Philadelphia Carmichael, Hagersiown; Clare C. Cohill, Hancock; Miss Miss Alice R. Cohill, Cleaispring; Miss Margaret Coynre, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Miss Mary Ann Cohill, Hancock; T. Francis Cadwalader, Jr., Joppa, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Corrin, Clarksburg, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Conklin. Catonsville; George L. Cullen, Jr., Harrisburg, Pa.; Jack Cook, Baltimore/ Md.; Thomas T. Cadwalader, Jr., Joppa, Md.; Robetr Dallas, Salisbury; Miss Lucille Eldridge, Hagerstown; Richard H; Emerson, Lewistown, Pa.; Miss Suzanne Eyerly, Hagersiown; Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Everhart, Frederick; Miss Lillian Edwards, Amagansett, L. I.; J. A. Eyster, Charles Town, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Alden E. Fisher, Frederick; Miss Konslow P. Fenner, East Orange, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fockler, ' Richmond, Va.; Miss Harriet Fletcher, Greencastle, Pa.; James. A. Gribbin, Trenton, N. J.; Frank Garber, Frederick, Mr, and Mrs. Theron T. Green, Columbus, Ohio; John Goorge, Jr., Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Julian Gibson, Moylan, Pa.; R. L.,Gould, Towson, TVId.;'.William Grieggs Gassaway, Ellicott City, Md.; Washington Berry Grove, Summit Point, W. Va.; Pembroke Tompsqn Grove, Summit .Point, W, Va.; Samuel Hosteller, Hanover,' Pa.; Miss'Caroline ]. • Heyser, Ha- gersldwn; Edward Haynes, Washington, D. C.; Miss Elizabeth Holt- JANUARY SALE PRICES Now In effect on Our tntlro itock tf FUR COATS- Phone 1231 THE FUR SHOP 11 «. Wiihlnfton It Pa.; Mr .and Mrs. Chester Lyon Hagerstown; Miss Marion Leming Philadelphia, Pa., Benjamin F L,ucas, Jr., Ballimore; Palmer Jen- tins McCloskey, Charleston, W, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKinney, Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mc- lomas, Baltimore; Miss Rachael A. McKinley, Breathedsville, Md.; Joseph McDermott, Cumberland, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. John Usher Markell, Frederick; Clarence E. ilartin, Jr;, Martinsburg, "W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Kent R. Mulllkin, .nrn-el, Md.; Henry L. Miller, Bridgeport, Conn.; John H. Norton, ^Jew York, N. Y.; Henry S. Neel, Merlon, Pa.; Dr. and Mrs. William ^eill, Baltimore; Parsons Newman, 'rederick; Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Olmsled, Wesl Hartford, Conn.; Inpt. George O'Neill, Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. William Orick, Solebury, Pa.; Miss'Emily Blanlon Pilklnton, Washington, D, C.; Miss Mary Mclntyre Penning- tv.- Hagerstown; Warner K. Price, Smyrna, Del.; Mrs. Fred L. Perry, Hagerstown; Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Pooler, Tucson, Arizona; Miss Cliarlotto Qulllen, Sailshtiry; Miss Anna. Katharine Roulette, Mrs. ueorge Houlette, Miss Nannie \. Rench, Mrs. Harry Rudy, Hagerstown; Mr. and MIT. John L. Hitch- ey, Mercersburg, Pa.; Irvin Rutledge, Mercersburg, Pa.; Miss Jan Roddy, Frederick, Md.; Mrs. Racl- ael Ritchey, Hagerdlown; Georg H. Riley, Delray Beach; Mr. am Mrs. John Ridgely, 3rd, Towson John Stanley, Laurel; Midshipmai J. C. H. Smith, First Class, U. S Navy. Annapolis; Donald M. Swar New Haven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs Aldon Smith, Forest Hills, N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. William Schnanffer Brunswick, Aid.; .Henry Shepherd 4th, Shepherdstown, W. Va.; Mil Elizabeth Shepherd, Shepherds town, W. Va.; Mrs. H. H. Spangler Hagersiown; Mr. and Mrs. B. H Schley, Shepherdstown, W. Va.; J A. Sayler, Jr., Carrol], Md.; C Granville Smith, Martinsburg, W Va.; Tench Tilghman, Annapolis Mr .and Mrs. C. M. Triplett, Jr. Govens, Md.; Mr. Edwin C. Vai Devanter, Alexandria, Va.; "Billie 1 Wilson, Cumberland; S. H. Woods Baltimore; Mrs. John G. Wilson SmiUifleld, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Ma son Wood, Woodbrook, Md.; Mfss Edna B. Walker, Forest Hill, N. Y. Miss Grace Wilson, Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Watson Arlington, Va.; Jolu Williams, Jr. Baltimore, Md,; Miss W. Winroth Hagerstown; Miss Jane Williams Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zouck, Glyndon; John Zouck Sparrows Point, Md. The complimentary guest list included: Mrs. E. P. Alexander, Hagers- >wn; Mr. and Mr:j. Frederick Lewis Allen, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Mrs. Raymond F. Baby, Shepherdstown, W. Va.; Mrs. Lalla R. Biays, Han- Mr. and Mrs. Gerrard S. Lee, of Larchmont, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alvey Jamison, of Baltimore, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Vincent Jamison, 3d, South Prospect street, for the Assembly Ball. Victor D. Miller, Jr., of Baltimore, was the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Victor D. Miller, West Washington street for the Assembly Ball. Mrs. John Abbott, of Baltimore, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Mish, South Prospect street and attended the Assembly Ball last evening. Mrs. James Flndlay is ill at her homo on South Prospect street. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. Beard, Wayside avenue, will be New Year's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kretslnger, Chewsville. James S. Webb, Jr. will return t resume his studies at the Unive sity of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala today. Mrs. J. M. Gilbert and Leo an Audrey Gilbert have returned t their home on Washington avenue after visiting in Lancaster an Philadelphia. Mrs. M. C. Ford, this city, wi have as her New Year's guest, Mr and Mrs. Charles Glunt, York, Pa Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Hocb, Sr and son, Edwin, Jr., have retnrne ,o their home In Essex, Md., afte pending Christmas here. Mr. and Mrs. A. O'Dell Hocb West Washington street, have goni spend the holidays with thel son and family, Essex Md., Thej also visit relatives in Balti more. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Porrott have •eturned to their home In Raleigh M. C. after spending a'week with Mr. Pen-oil's parents, Mr. and Mrs, T. M. Perrott, Cearfoss pike. Rob _rt. Perrolt accompanied them nonie to spend ten days or Iwo veoks. cock, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blunt, Jr., Gaithersburg; Mrs. Lynn [. Brugb, New Canaan, Conn,; Miss Anna B. Bruin, Fredericksburg Va.; Mrs. J. C. Byron, Mrs. Lewis T. Byron, Hflgerstown; Harry Boyle, Baltimore; Mrs. Rolland Bower, ?unksto\vn; Mrs. _ A. Hamilton Campbell, Miss Marguerite Camp- Mrs. Frederick Crawford and Mrs. V. M. Cushwn, Hagerstown; Mrs. William Post Duvall, Wil- lianisport; Mrs. C. Goodlie Edgar, Wliliamsport; Mrs. James Findlay, Miss Rebecca French, Mrs. J. J. Punk, Ilageratown; Mr. and Mrs. James Gambrill, 3rd, Frederick; Misa Sarah Giles, Gaithersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. T. Grlflin, Freder- 'ck; Mr. and Mrs. B. HoweJl Griswold Jr., Ballimore; Mr. and Mrs. James Grove, of Frederick; Mrs. Thomas H. Hardlnge, Hagerstown; Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. P. llartle, Washington; Hon. and Mrs. George Henderson, Cumber- find; Mr. and Mrs. Carrol! Hen- drlckson, Frederick; Mrs. 'Harvey H. Heyser, Mrs. Harry. H. Hnmrlc- iou»o, Hagerstown; Mrs. William Kealhofer, Mrs. H. II. Keedy, Ha- ;er«town; Mr. and Mrs, Otho J. teller, Frederick; Mrs. Charles S. •ane, Hagerstown; Mr. find Mrs. Charleo S. Lane, 3rd, Frederick; Mrs. John Lane, EdRcmonl; Mrs. Jharles A. LHlle, Summcrsvlllo, W. V»,; Miss Honrlotti Loose, Miss ifargarct Loose, Ml*s Ornce Loose, lagorstown; Mr, and Mrs. C. 0. * James Benll, ot New York City, .rrivecl Friday to attend the An- embly Ball and spend the week nd with his aunt, Mrs. J. A tlason, South Prospect street. Miss-Lucille Miller and Miss Hazel Fridinger are spending the week end In New York City. They were accompanied as far as Philadelphia by Miss Jane Kuhn, student nurse at Temple University. Miss Alice Cohill Stafford Hall, will have as her guests for the Assembly Ball: Miss Anne Beach, ot Washington Clark Beach and John Lancaster, ot Baltimore; Washington Bowie and Richard T. Bowie, of Lutherville, Md. Miss Alma Moore, Wilson Boulevard, is visiting her aunt and sister in Petersburg, Va. J. Ahner Savior and Benjamin Lucas, of Baltimore; Samuel H. Woods, of Pittsburgh, and Charles W. Humrichouse, of New York City, will be the week fcnd gnests of Mrs. William P. Duvall at Springfield Farm. Miss Mary Beth Richard, student nurse at Temple University Hospital, arrived yesterday to spend the week end at her home on Roessner avenue. Miss Jane DeBolt, of Lancaster, Pa., ia visiting her aunt, Mrs. Min- 1, Highland Way. Miss Jane Williams, ot Belair; Miss Elizabeth Hoffmeier and George S. Cullen, Jr., of Har- i-isburg, and Join fleare, of Cumberland, were the .Assembly Ball guests of Mr and Mrs. Adrian H. Onderdonk. Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. McKinney, of Baltimore, aivl Thomas W. Baldridge, of Winchester, were the Assembly Ball guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Medford. Mrs. Margaret Gillan is visiting n Altoona, Pa., with her son and langhter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gillan, who have returned after pending the holidays in this city vlth Mrs. N. W. Settle. Ramsey Leigh, Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McCormick, Winches- .er; Mrs. J. A. Mason, Mrs. Catherne C. Overington, Hagerstown; Miss Eleanor ,Lee Potts, Shepherds- own, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Roland llnggold, Shepherdslnwn, W. Va.; ilrs. Colenmn Roger.?, Scnrsdale, N. Y.; Mrs. J. C. Roulette, lingers- own; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Ross, II, Frederick, Md.; Mrs. Nornmn ). Scott, Virginia Bench, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shepherd, Shop- lerdslown, W. Va.; Mrs. Vernon Simmons, Mrs. Qeorge W. Siansen, illsn Marie Slauseu, Miss Kdna imllh, Hagersiown; Mr. and Mrs. Villlam B. Snyder, Shepherds- own, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Alexnder Tyree, Annapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard Williams, SHepherdstown, W. Vn,; Mrs. Javld C. Wlnebronner, Jr., Fred- rlmk; David Wlnobrenncr, 111, •rodcrlck; Mr. and Mrs, Philip Wlnobronnor, Frederick. Tweed suit, blue find green jacket, monotone skirt In matching blue, Christmas Party Pleasant Affair Mrs. George ScnvcrS, South Foto- nfir, street, entertained nt her home Thursday afternoon at a Christmas )arty for her Sunday school class if girls o£ St. John's Lutheran Sun- lay school. Many games iverc played, prizes were awarded to the rc- ipcclivo winners. Appropriate re- roshnicnis were served to the folowing: Jsahnlle Mart in, Mam in tfotcnlf, .Tr>an Hartshorn, Joan Shradcr, Keva Joan Crane and \lico Jan'n Sowers. SPECIAL SERVICE There will lie a special candle liplil, service at the Chewsville U. R. church on Sunday evening at 7:3(1. The service is divided into four parts, arranged especially for the opening of the New Year. The divisions are: The Upward Look to God; The Backward Look to the Past; The Near Look (o the Present, and The Far Look to the Future. It is a very impressive service featuring the lighting of the candles. STYLE WHIMSIES The check jacket, quite gay as (n color, if n (Vnvorife for sportswear nut in the western resorts. OUR DAILY PATTERN JANUARY WILL BE ACTIYEAT CLUB Mohth's Program Wil Open with a Tea on .Tuesday An unusually active program planned by the Women's Club fo the month of January opening wit the tea on Tuesday. January 4, a which Mrs. Joseph C. Byron am Roy A. McMichael will present i two-piano recital. Dr. Florence Bamberger, of John: Hopkins Univeristy, will give tin second of her series of lectures on January 11, following a luncheon which will be held by the Chll. Study section. Tin next day th duplicate bridge tournament, tin unde rthe direction of Morton A Heckert, will begin, to continue foi ten consecutive weeks. At the literary luncheon 01 January 14 James L. McLain, heac of the choral music edpartment a American University, Washington will speak on "The Romantii Opera." Mrs. Georgette R. How ard will give another of her cm- rent event lectures at the club 01 January 20. The Bible Study section will meei on January 5 with Mrs. Josepl Updegraff presiding and the Rev Dr. William S. Hess, as the speak er: The directors' dinner will be held on January 10 and on January the Civic section will meet. WEDDING LICENSES SHOW SLIGHT DROP Business Recession in Latter Months May Be to Blame Whether duo to the widely-pub Seized business recession ot the nst several months, or merely lo a slight, let-down in activiljfs hy Dan jiipid, tlie fact romnins mnn-iage icenses fell off in numbers here hiring .1937 as compared (o 1935 For the year entlinp last night B otal of 3125 licenses wero issued as against 3195 during tho twelve nonths of 193(1. The records shon hnt In spite of I ho heat August was op month ot 1937 with a total of 112 licenses. Juno, the month ol brides, accounted for 297 licenses Courthouse records also revea: hat 124 suits for divorce were lied In circuit court here during 1937 and that n total of 2410 deeds •iiid mortgages were filed for record. Comfy Fleece Pajamas Made at Big Saving By WORTH Varm fleece is just tho nicest idea or pajamas . , . comfy to lounge n as well as to sleep in. It conies i lovely colors as wine, navy, or open blue, natural, etc. . . . and easily laundered. Friend hus- and will appreciate the comfort- bio fit of these two-piece pajamas itli becoming tailored vee neck nd full cut trousers. The salin- uished dark ground cottons also iak-0 up very attractively and arc ery smart looking. Th'o saving in ost is simply enormous . . . you'll ant to sew a half dozen of them. ,'s an ideal gifl for brother or dad. The easy fo fololw pattern includes diagrammed sowing instruction hart.. Style No. 1S75 Is designed for 34, SB, 3S, 40, 42, 44 and 40- iches bust. Size 3(i requires 5 nrds of 39-inch material with !i-S ard of 39-Inch contrast ing. Price of PATTERN 16 cents (coin s preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Patlern Mall Address: N. X. Pat- ern Bureau The Morning Herald, :nlte ,1110, 220 East 42iid Street, lew York, N. I; 1875 Ktylo No. 1S7K. BIKM CHRISTMAS DINNER PLEASANT AFFAIR A Christmas dinner was held at he home of Mr. and Mrs. David A. ICastei-dny. A delightful dinner was served. Thn guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Baker and children, -.ulJier, Frances, Rebecca and Ruth; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sin lisen and children. Richard, Eliza- )cfh and Mnrgarel, Mr. and Mrs David S. Easferdoy and children. }oger and Rachel; Mr. Elmei Wyand and children. Betty, Catli- •yne and Eleanor; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bowers and children, Richard and Jean; Cathryno Young, John Kasterday and Lero;- Easterday. MISS BAKER WEDS MR. JOHN R. MAUN A pretty wedding took placo at i) o'clock Christinas morning at the Trinity Lutheran church parsonage in Haserstown, when Miss Delia Ruth Baker, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Donald E. Baker of State Line, became the bride of John R. Maun, son of Mr. and Mrs. George I. Alann of Mason-Dixon. The ceremony was performed by tho bride's pastor, the Rev. Dr. ,1. S. Simon. The single ring ceremony was used. The bride is a graduate of the Greencastle High school, and for some time has been employed at the Stanley Company in Chambersburg-. Mi'. Maun is connected witli his In-other in the. Quality Meat Market in Greencastls. After January 1 Mr. and Mrs. Mann will reside at State Line. GETTYSBURG PLANS FOR 3000 VETERANS Approximately 3000 veterans of the Civil War,are expected to'take part in the exercises marking tho 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, next June 28 to July 6. it has been announced. President Roosevelt, will in all probability at- tand and talte part in the dedlcn- fion of a monument on Big Roundtop. BUTTER-NUT BREAD 8c or 2 ror 15c At Your Grocers Hagerstown Bakery Natural Bridge SHOES $5.50 ARROW SHOES 25 W. W««hlngton St COLORFUL GOVERNOR'S BALL IS HELD AT FOUNTAIN HEAD CLUB Elaborate Decorations Mark Annual Event—Larg| Number of Guests Present—New Year Is Greeted As the many guests entered the ballroom at the Governors Ball at Fountain Head Country Club last night one got the impression of entering an evergreen forest. The ballroom was a picture 'of loveliness with more than two hundred trees and smilax outlining the walls. Part of the room was converted into an open garden with box hedge surrounding a tree and several tables and chair?, completed the setting. The trees were brightened with icicles. Color was added to the setting with pedestal baskets filled with poinsettas tied with red ribbons. .The ceiling lights wore festooned with poinsettas and silvered hemlock. Receiving the guests were the Board of Directors composed of Willis Altenderfer, Carl Stonebraker, Aldine Lakin, Leonard Mathias, Dr. Victor D. Miller, Fri C. Wright, Leo Miller, Victor Stine, P. J. Potter, W. Randol Moore, J. 0. Funkhouser and Env mett W. Cans. A number of out-of-town guests joined the club members and their, wives at the bail celebration held to usher out the old year and wel-: come the new. Breakfast was' served the guests in the morning. Arrangements and decorating Were done by a committee composed of Randolph Moore, chairman; Lesley Gardner, Samuel E. Phillips, Col. John Jouett and Victor Sine. Many informal cocklail parties preceded the ball. Tim club activities will continue this afternoon when the Board of Directors will hold an "open house" at the club for the membership and out-of-town guests. ' - •4 \ -i MISS MULLENDORE IS DINNER HOSTESS Miss Patricia J. Mullendore en- :ei'tained on Thursday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Mullendore, Breathedsville, at a dinner party. Dancing and bowling at the Lappans Parish House followed. The guests were: the Misses Helenc Mitchell, Dorothy Basehoar, Peggy Scheck. Mary Yeager, Jane Stickell, Julia Kohler, Janice Lemon, Jean Hodres, Elton sud Susanne Doub; -James Stump, William Pennington, Max Fairchild, Donald Garrison, Robert Campbell, Edward J. Cochran, Jr., Robert Wagner, William Martin, Richard Phillips nnd Ogel Hess. Miss Garvin And Mr. Garver Marry Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Garvin, : Benevola, announce the marriage ni! their daughter, Miss Pauiim Garvin, lo Joseph F. Garver, the ion of Mr. and Mr. Samuel L. Garver, of Waynesboro. The cere- nony.was performed by candle- llght on Christinas Day at the bride's home by the Rev. Arthur W Cai-vln, nf Qnlncy and Middle- own, an uncle of the bride. Tlie bride wore a gown of tea- •oso colored taffeta, trimmed with blue velvet. Her cousin, Maxne Garvin, was the ring bearer. A buffet luncheon wag served 'ollowing the wedding to guesls 'roni "Wayncsboro, Washington and his city. The couple then left for i wedding trip, on their roturn they will reside in Benevola. Mr. Garver graduated from Ihe SVaynoshoro high school In 1934 and Is employed by Ihe Frick company. ELKS CELEBRATE WITH NEW YEAR BALL Color and gaily marked the Elks' Now Year's Eve ball held in .heir club rooms last night. Gay decorations, suitable to the Ynletide season, adorned the club •ooms. A highlight of the enter- alnmenl was the Enjoyable floor ihow fnntiiring dancers and singers. From the moment the party began holiday jollity reigned. Noise- nakers and horns were tuned v.p nd the hats were donned. COTERIE ENTERTAINED. The Gitano Coterie was enter- ained at tho home of Miss Marie Magalia, when the evening was ipent in discussion of the club's fu- ure activities. Refreshments were ierved to the following: Misses Ruth Grogan, .lanet Kauffman, Bely Hammond. Nancy Hamilton, Loraine Brumbaugh, Jane Kline and lacliel Bowman. Miss Kauffman and Miss Hamil- 011 will entertain at the next ^ieet- ng to be held January 18th at Miss Kauffman'! home. Floral prints in small designs, or shirts to wear with sports lothes, are given preference for esorl wear. NEW YEAR'S PARTY HELD AT RIN6GOLD Miss Dora Herbst Entertains at Home of Parents Miss Dora Herbs!,, of Ringgold. entertained a number of her friends at a New Year's party at the home' of her parents on Thursday evening. An enjoyable eveni'u? was spent by all and refreshments were served at a late hour. Those present were: Mary Jane , Creager, Louise Snowberger, Lorraine Leiter, Alice Baker, Rhoda Davis, Mary Sensenhaiigh, Rose;j Mary Dodd, Winnifred Deuyei-.'.J Vonda Moore, Dora Herbst, Junior j Hartle, Kellar Fit?, Blvin HerbstJ Edgar Snoop, Calvin-Stoop, Robert! Fuff, Charles Moore. Jr.." Weldpn* Esbelman, John Cantnert Kenneth"] Heefncr, Donald Senseubaugh, Ted Snyder, Billy Huff, Paul Shockey, John Sensenbuugh, John Klrk- patrick. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Herbst, John, Robert, and Louise Herbst. A DIRECTORY of wants and offers which Is brought strictly up- to-date each day—that's what the -I Classified Section Is. MEDICATED WITH THROAT-SOOTHING INGREDIENTS OF VlCKS VAPORUB N. E. Cor. Public Squari New Location WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop 'V A SHOES of QUALITY Professionally Fitted by X-Ray BiM e's i £ c i T a iu «, mo. HflPPVnEIIJ VEflR May You Benefit by Good Health and Good Cheer for the Entire New Year Hagerstown Laundry, Inc.

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