The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 1, 1938 · Page 9
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 9

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Saturday, January 1, 1938
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1938. THE MORNING HEIVALD, HAGISRSTOWN, MARYLAND. BIG POOL LETTER Hip: Pool, Doc. 2S. The various churches of our community rendered their Christmas exercises to the fullest enjoyment of all. At the closing of the village school on Wednesday last a very enjoyable ' C'hristmas nrogram was rendered. Quite ii lev of (ho patrons were present. Mr. and Mrs. ''-co.. Spiclniaii entertained al an after Christmas dinner on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Splelmrm and daughter Katie, Grandma Spiclman, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Spiclman and children, Dottie and Robert, and Miss Daisy Hohrer. Mr. and Mrs. lirnce Cierhart, Washington, D. "... were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Clara Gerhart. y.f. and Mrs. llolc'ikiss and dan Bhtcr Hilda, wore recent visitors in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Tcdrick. Christmas visitors entertained ill the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Hart were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bnchamp TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE bird r t instrumr-nt Limy narrow opening Short for a girl's name Sons from an o pi_-ra State whose n.Mver is the wild rose Huns betw eon ports McU'Kerl with iL printed design Large Wild in] Persian fairies , Dry , Indian mulberry , Beyond , Highest note of Guide's scale Puts up with Grate Constellation Grade Indiscreet Legal profession College * degree Type of railway: COlloq. Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle Toper Is of the opinion MonkeyliUe animal Surveying instrument Coax Assistant Olfarlory organ Expose (o moisture Advanced in years Before DOWN Swips mountains Covered with ROM Medley Wicker container Comparative ending Spp;ik imperfectly 7. Remit 8. Somewhat ;tlike ' D. Cuts off 1». He indebted 11. Urchin 1C. riant of the vetch family IS. Saiuiarac irco 22. Lacking heat Jl. Genus of the beet 2.i. ttflfiinn river iM. Silkworm '11, Yoiinq: sheep •JS. Serpent iJO, Shelter :ll. Eternities ;;:'. Tally: collo<i. 31. Dressed the feathers ."', Rubber trees U!>. One of an ancient .Mexican race •M. Small pes; used in golf 43. Grow loss bright •lit. Cover the inside of -17. Crase •1!». ]<>ni.ile horse Sft. Employer 51. Nerve network 52. Chinese pagoda. M. Outfit 57. Xnte or tha scale S2 •5? lie 13 39 43 18 23 IO II 24- So THE TUTTS By Crawford 'Young •BUD OAR^ PAP WROTE A EYCfTEJ? OR. CUSS UeSOLUllOW NoT TO G€f it^imtym MODEST MAIDENS "When you get your list of resolutions nil nuuL out just sign my name to U, too." und children, Body and Samuel, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sinn and {laughter Rotty, Mrs. Ida Bells, Hagerslown; L. G. Repp and children, Inna and .lames. Miss Clun ottc Murray is apcud- ing the wrek with her sister, Mrs. Perry ^<?PP, Bjtltiinore. Cornell Tedrick, son of Mr. anil .Mrs. 11. 1. Tedrick is spending the week with relatives in "Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kizsr airl Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sponseller and c-hildren. Ilaserstown, siienl Christ, mas in the home ot Mrs. Chas. V. Spniisollcr. i.illle Miss Peggy Sponsellor who hr.i heen reported ill for some time is improving very favorably. Freddie (\ii-ImuRli, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Hnsscll Carbaiigh. who has been 111 tor some limb j with a rheumatic condition Is ru- j porlcd as much 'mprovcd. Mrs. Cliarlcs Wiley who lias been reporled ill remain^ about Ihc same. Mr. and Mrs. Sihis Sliives and family are pieparing to move into the homo which llu-y purchased from Mr. and Mrs. John drove. Ill's. Elmer AVollor who had been in a Halliinore hospital uiidergoing treatmenl lias i-cluriu d lo her home in a highly improved condition. Mrs. Jcsso B. .Ilirray wlio .las been reported as ill and improved is somewhat ailing again. Albert MummaiM spoil, the \veek j end visiting friends 'm the Eastern Shore. Harry Phillippy, llarrisonhnrg. Vn. recenlly spent several days vis- illng friends In tills community. Mrs. Samuel Mason and daughter, Wilmei'dlng, Pa., spent Ins! week visiling her sick father, Jeremiah Beard. Misses Elizabeth and Mnvlii Welle", llagerlown, were week end visitors in tho home of 0. 15. WMIer and mother. Mrs. l.ucinda Weller. NUISANCE REPORTED. The air ride nuisance has invaded the North lOnd again,^probably as a result of San't'K recent visit. Two complaints were received at Police Headquarters yesterday about boys :liselr.t:-ging the air ri'les in an appa'frt disregard of possible conseqiu.nces. USI! A CI.ASKIi''IKI> Ad—You can 'hone It and chares it. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT Y'KNOW, MYRY, I HAVE BEEN AN ^ OL' FOOL IN MORE WAYS 'N' ONE PURIW TH' PAST YEAR., BUT FROM NOW ON THINGS \s GONNA BE PIFF'RENT— JIST YOU WAIT AN' SEE/ I'LL BE WAITIM, AMI? I'LL BE SEEIN', PETEPS, YOU OL' REPROBATE/ IF MYRA HAS ANVTHINS TO SAY ABOUT IT, THINJSS WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS YEAK ANP SHE INTENDS TO HAVE LOTS TO SAY ABOUT IT—ESPECIALLY AS CONCERNS MISS VELOUR'S PLOT TO MULCT THE"OLP SEEZER." CHARLTON LETTER Charlton, Dec. 28. Mrs. Howard Ankcnoy served a turkey dinner on Christmas Day o Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Anlccncy, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde \V. Ankoncy and children, .lane, Nellie and Clyde; William Ankcnoy and son Robert, Victor Ankonoy, Miss Louise An- U'-noy and Miss Olive and Grace Ankoncy. Mrs. Adam Palmer, of Middle- town, 0., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Palmer. Mrs. Calvin Myers, who had be'n 111, Is Improved. Mrs. Howard Ankeney visited hor brother, Frank Davis, Vwo Locks. Miss Allen KretHer has boon removed to the Wash!' gton County Hospilal. Robert Tederick, V. S. Navy, is visiting his parents, Air. and Mrs. William Tcdcriok. George Clrove and sons, Gail and IIHlard, visited Mrs. Chicane Kreps,, Splckler. Mrs, Clarence Shnpp, who has been very 111, shows improvement. Courtney Orosh -:ontlnuos seriously HI. Miss Lorraine • •IcNamco, llogevs. town, visited her cousin, Mrs. Clyde W. Ankeney, Jr. The day-bed so popular with apartment dwellers Is of French origin. THE OLD HOME TOWN Registered U. S, Patent Office By STANLEY THATS TME SPIRIT BOYS \\ THE BOYS' AT THE F)£E-ST/VTVOH <SAVE MARSHAL OTEY THE DAYS c51?EE.TW<^ IK A I9J3—LEt Vt. STANLEY—VtMC FEATURES SYNDICATE POPEYE A Conscientious Janitor By E. G. SEGAR r e>ur VJIMPY'S- SETUN 1 HUNG. 1 ! YA GOT TO STOP THEM GOON 5-COME; ON- WON'T HWS HIM TILL THEY HEAR MY- SIGNAL, THE BELL ffTOP THE PALACE OH, I SEE - \, HERE'S A ^\ FELLOW YOU KNOW 7 WELL/ BLESSING MY SOUL! BLOW ME DOWN, } OL' OSCAR IMA J GOON SKIN •) H'YA,POPEYE?)> /WELL, SEE YOU LATER, 1 GOT WORK TO DO. I'M THE ROYAL JAN\TOft I'LL GO UP AND POLISH THE OLD- BELL - BET IT HA5N7 &EEN CLEANED FOR YEARS SCORCHY SMITH By JOHN C. TERR? £TVPYINI? Trie FROZEN COUNTKY THE HIGH RIV&E OF MOUNTAINS, ONE OF THE" TIBETANS SUPDENLY HAIL& l-l 8 in The .1. P, All Hiihl, «.«. x x <s\ * \UNPA• POINTING- TO A PEAK IN THE PITTANCE -00« PAL SAYS TINffRI U IS OVER BRICK BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray HAT ARE OUR ] WE MUST ABANDON OUR PLAN TO L&WS, NOW,r1 STUDY THE ALPHA-RING PLANETS KOPAK "> T-I/ / —TOO DANGEROUS / WE ARE NOW HEADED INTO OUTER SPACE -WE HAVE LEFT THE ATOMIC SOIAR SYSTEM FAR BEHIND IF WE WISHED NOW TO RETURN TO ULA'S PEOPLE, COULD WE? NO-IT WOULD BE A MUCH GREATER TASK THAN LOOKING FOR A NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK — THAT SOLAR SYSTEM IS BUT ONE OF MANY TRILLIONS AROUND US.' MUGGS AND SKEETER > HAPPY YEAR EVERYBODY!!' HAPPY MEW VEAR'.! 1-1 COPYRIGHT. 1913. KING rtA'KIRES SYNDICATE. Inc. - t >:v-vv. *•*«' '* •.." 'By WALLY BISHOP ....BUT SoM,EfloW Mov/ECTY SEEMS TO BE

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