The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 4, 1938 · Page 2
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THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1938. Club News PERSONAL MENTION Miss Doris Wertz has returned to resume her studies at Duke University, Durham,' N. C. after visiting her mother, Mrs. i. M. Wertz, Broadway, over the holidays. Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown and daughter, Margaret, Forrest Drive, have returned home after spending the New Year holidays in New York City. Henry F. Freeze who was operated on for appendicitis at the Washington County Hospital last week is improving. M'iss Betsy Stuart Webb will re turn to resume her studies at St Mary's Seminary, St. Mary's, Md. after spending the holidays will her parents, Mr. and-Mrs. James S Webb, Virginia avenue. Richard Nichols who has been spending the Christmas vacation ai the home of his paients, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Nichols, Oak Hill avenue, has returned to Randolph Macon Academy, Front Royal, Va. Roy B. Mowen has returned to his home on Gullford avenue, after spending several weeks in Miami, Fla. Miss Elizabeth Clowes Is spending some time in Philadelphia visit- ng Mrs. Claude Fisher. Miss .Charlotte Townshend, a student at Harrlsonburg State Teachers College, Harrisonburg, Va,/has returned after visiting her parents on Forrest Drive. Bucky Hook and Philip Nichols Jia've returned to Shenandoah Academy after spending thi holidays at the'lr-respective homes. Mrs. W. T. Rockwell and daughters Gladys and An-a Mae, .have returned from Philadelphia, where (hey spent the holidays with Mrs. Rockwell's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Malott. R. Latrobe Onderdonk has returned to Trinity College a;ter spending his vacation at St. James school. On Saturday he attended the New Year's Day conference on the ministry which was held for college students at St. Paul's School, New Hampshire. PAPERS PRESENTED AT CLUB MEETING Mrs. Lone and Miss Roulette Address Arts and Letters Club . Mrs. William Preston. Lane and Miss Anna Katherine Roulette were the- speakers yesterday afternoon at the Arts and. Letters Club meeting held In the committee room of the Women's Club. Mrs. Lane presented a comprehensive survey of Europe in 184S HELPS TO AVOID COLDS Specially designed for the nose and upper throat, where most'colds start. Used in time, helps prevent many colds. Dr. Ellis Adams, of Baltimore, has returned after. visiting his mother, Mrs. Vernon Adams, North Locust street, who is recovering from injuries received In a fall at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Funkhouser, of Rye, N. Y., and their daughter, Mrs. Herbert L. Rice, of Hartsdale N. Y., 'have returned after visiting Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Shupp, West Irvin avenue. • H. K. Humrichouse, South Polo- mac street, is slowly recovering from a sprained ankle which he sustained on December 24 in a fall. whlch was a year of uprisings and rebellions against monarchistlc rule; a struggle for freedom from oppression and a desire for liberty for the masses, through reforms and constitutional governments. She described rioting and fighting in Paris over the proposed Reform BUI with the French Ministry and Prime Minister Guizot both opposed to any of the reform measures. The result of this was that OUR DAILY PATTERN New Dress for Teeners VlCKS VA-TRO-NOI BUTTER-NUT BREAD gc or 2 f" 15c At Your Grocers , Hagerstown Bakery | N. E. Cor. Public Square J New Location WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop Sandra Shupp, -the small daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Shupp, is confined to her home on West Irvin avenue with scarlet fever. David Drawbangh, Jr., has returned to resume his studies at the University of Maryland after spending the holidays at his home on Virginia avenue. Jack Hollyday, of FunkstoWn, has left to resume his studies at Duke University, Durham, N. C. Richard Wood, 600 block of West Church street, has returned to Lynchburg College, .bynchburg, Va., fter visiting his parents. Miss Eleanor Wenrick, of Cumberland; Miss Marqueta Hegarty and W. H. Cornelius, ,of Altoona, Pa., were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McDanlels, Vlr- jinia avenue. 1 WAVE fw/t/t ^BEAUTYfALON SQW.WiidiinqtonST. We. 842 Damp Wash 12 Ib '*»45c HAGERSTOWN LAUNDRY, Inc. Phone 2550 Annual Social of Class Is Enjoyed The Willing Workers Class of Washington Square M. B. Church taught by Mrs. George Hicks held their annual Christmas party in the church social room on Friday light. Group singing and games were enjoyed. A feature of this part of the program was .the disclosing ot the 'English Sister" of the past year and the drawing of new ones for the coming year. Prizes were won by Doris Jean Davis, Gloria Golden, Mrs. Scott Golden and Mr. McGlaughlin. Re- the French Ministry was impeached and the Prime Minister forced to resign. Mrs. Lane stated that all Italy was in a blaze of insurrection. Nothing remained to Austria on Italian ground but Verona and a few neighboring fortresses. It was at this time that Prince Louis Napoleon came into power. During this year many outstanding men died, namely, George Stephenson, who invented the first practicable locomotive steam engine; Gaetano Donizetti, Italian composer; Frederick Chopin, the great piano composer; and John Quincy Adams. Miss Roulette presented an enlightening paper on the conditions in England during the 19th Century. Prior to the Revolution, a mighty industrial transformation had been well underway In the kingdom, she said. Manufacturing was fast replacing agriculture as a basis of wealth. Upon, the death of William IX, Alexandria Victoria was called to the throne. Although young, the moderation, sound sense and line character ot the young queen brought wholesome Influence to a court where a low moral tone had prevailed, the paper pointed out. Miss Roulette pointed out the two reforms which brought relief :o labor were the Mines Acts of 1842 aud the Factory legislation of 1S44. In touching on some of the events of the time, Miss Roulette said: "Perhaps the reduced coat of bread for the hungry masses was some consolation, because the 19th Century stands unparalleled in achievements. The first railroad By ELLEN WORTH You'll call this smart high-color wool dress with crisp white pique collar a "find" to give dash to your dark wintry wardrobe. You'Jl wear t everywhere . . .. all day long, even tea-dancing. At the front there's a panel effect to give you illusion of height you crave. A yoke . . . front and back . . . squares the shoulders In smart new way . . . and flared skirt with gores that start Well below a slim hipline. And how about using the pattern again for a gay and inexpensive rayon print crepe dress with the attractive tied scarf neck? You'll have two smart dresses for a nominal sum . . . easy as ABC to sew. The pattern includes a picture sewing Instruction chart. Style No. 1897 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19 years. Size 15 requires 3 1-8 yards of 39- inch material with 3-8 yard of 39-Inch material. Price of PATTERN 16 cents (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Pattern Mail Address: N. *. Pattern Bureau The Morning Herald, Suite 1110, 220 East 42nd Street, New York, N. T. 1897 Strut Addr*K City CLASS MEETING IS ATTRACTIVE EVENT Ruth and Naomi Class Is Entertained at Home of Mrs. Stewart The Ruth and Naomi class of Christ Reformed Church, held its Christmas meeting on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Donald Stewart, with Mesdames George Funkhotiser, Milford Pope and Charles Karnaugh assisting as hostesses. The president, Mrs. Marlin Thurmond, opened the devotional period with soft music played by Mrs. Ralph Moore. Mrs. J. G. Mason read a Christmas story entitled, "The Littlest Orphan and The Christ Baby," by Margaret gangster, which was greatly joyed by the class. Games were then played and prizes won by Miss Frances Berger and Mrs. Ralph Moore. Gifts were exchanged at which time secret sisters were revealed and new names drawn for the coming year. The home was elaborately decorated in keeping with the Yuletide season and refreshments appropriate to the occasion were served to the following: Mesdames Howard Thurmond, William . Schneble;', Donald Stewart, Marlin Thurmorjl, Milford Pope, Georgo Funkhouser, James Baker, Walter Swisher, Leo Delauder, Ralph Cook, Lawrence Reid, Ross Pearson, Ralph Moore, Clarence Hause, Emmltt Slaydon, Howard Miller, Kenneth Sinn, Irvin Gearhart. Grove;- Swartz, H. W. Slick, J. G. Mason; Misses Helen Brandenburg, Vivian Brandenburg, Dorcas Athan, Anna Long, Hilda Eichelberger, Flora Blickenstaff, Helen Gable, Edith Trovinger, Pauline Cook. Louise McKinsey, Helen Stouffer, Mary Grove, Frances Berger, Lucille Ruth, Marian Lewis, Mary Lou Gluck, Jayne Roof and Gladys Snapp. BIKLE'S Se mi-Annual OPPORTUNITY SHOE SALE of WOMEN'S HI-GRADE FOOTWEAR BEGINS TODAY Tues., Jan. 4th Style No. 1S9T. SIZE. In England was opened In 1S30 to relieve congestion of the canals; a modern postal system contributed to unify the kingdom; prisons and asylums were reorganized and made less cruel; sanitation wns given consideration and boards ot health came into existence." DINNER MEETING IS HELDBY CLU Addresses on Program o Business and Professional Women freshments guests. were served forty MISS GORDON WEDS JAMES GROSSNICKLE Prices Greatly V Reduced! Phone 1233 THE FUR SHOP 16 E. Washington St Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gordon announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Virginia Pauline Gordon, to James B. Grossnickle, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Grossnickle, of this city'. The wedding took place at St. John's Lutheran parsonage on New Year's Day, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Dr. J. Edward Harms. Mr. and Mrs. William Troupe, brother-in-law and sister of the bride; Miss Mary Grossnickle, sister of the groom, and Harry St. Clair were the attendants. After a short honeymoon the couple will be at home at 217 Bast Antietam street. DINNER IS GIVEN FOR NEWLYWEDS Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr W. Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Yeakle, who were recently married, were entertained at a turkey dinner, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Palmer, Williamsport. The guests included: Mr. Mrs. Grover W. Palmer, Mr. Mrs. Alvin D. Yeakle, Mr. Mrs. Cleveland Palmer, Mr. Mrs. George W. Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Henesy, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Henesy and children, Junior and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook and son, Junior, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Grimes and daughter, Joanne, Harry Palmer, Floyd Munson, Maurice Munson, Miss June Price, Miss Catherine Lewis, Miss Blanche Grimes, Scott Henry, Rus- and and and and sell Henesy Henesy. and Miss Glendora civic SECTION A meeting of the Civic. Section of the Women's Club will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock at the Women's Club. CURRENT EVENTS Miss Innes Boyer will be the speaker at the Current Events Club meeting on Thursday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock at the Women's Club. Rlmle™ KM,,,., cumpioie „.„,, Torlo ..lock len,,, „„,, „„„. alum typ« mounting offered thli w««k for only J3.4S. . you me not Hallsfled with tho Kla»»e> they , v m he replnce.l 2i.. y '""""y "funded. All «!«»«« «°lit by in nro ground ?' "I""',' "Pllcm nrtlmna on i M,"" "' I'l«n»ed Res- lulored Phmlelanii. poittM'i pniwr/plKnu mini. !\ n ken "I"" ""!' "•»'""» ;l'ipllral«,l and re- lilnced. UwMt |,rlce« | n «,„„. T MARRIED JANUARY 1 Miss Catherine Young and Thomas R. Myers were married on Saturday, January 1 at Trinity Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. J. S. Simon. Mr. Myers is the son of Mrs. Jennie Myers, Beuua Vista avenue. PARTY FOR QUEEN ESTHER CLASS HELD The Queen Esther class ot Trinity Lutheran Sunday school was entertained at a Christmas party by the teacher, Mrs. E. A. Corderman at her, home on Potomac avenue, last week. Carols and refreshments followed the business meet- Ing. New committees were appointed for the coming year and gifts were exchanged. The dinner meeting of the Bus ness and Professional Women Club was held last evening i Hotel Alexander with Miss Jolm na Schuster and Dr. Ross Camero as guest speakers. Mrs. Alfred S. Bendell, Jr., pr sided at the meeting In the sence of the president, Mrs. Jordo Bean. Miss Schuster, who is translate of foreign languages at Prior Pu llshing Company, presented an il terestlng history of the compan since the beginning. "Where are we going in healt movement/" was discussed by D W. Ross Cameron, city and count health officer. He showed chart giving the upward and dowinvar trend of diseases in the count during the past twenty-live years. Attention was called to the nex meeting of the literary section o the club which will meet at Hote Alexander on January 19. Dr. Rub: Hilling is chairman of this section TWO PIANO RECITAL AT WOMEN'S CLUB Mrs. Joseph C. Byron and Prol Roy A. MacMichael will be bean in a two-piano recital at the Wo men's Club tea (bis afternoon a 3 o'clock. The program will be presentet as follows: Andante and Varii lions by Schumann; Petite Suite 1, lOn bateau; 2, Cortege; and Ballet by Debussey; and Danse Macbre by C. Saint-Saens. NEW YEAR'S DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cooper enter lalned at a New Year's dinner at their home on the Sharpsbi\rg pike. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seiberf, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Seibert, Mrs. Virginia Seaman, Mrs. Joseph A. Seibert Mrs. Florence Brlckler, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Seibert and daughter, Gloria; Mrs.. Ethel Heniie- berger, Miss Lillian Cooper and Miss Josephine Seibert, George Troupe, Harry Seibert, Franklin Seibert, Keller Seibert, Roy Fries and Ronald Shank. SNOW WHITE and THE SEVEN DWARFS By CLARENCE TREE MAJOR CO. of N. Y. JAN. 6th COLONIAL THEATRE 10:18 A. M. und 2:15 P. M. Adulti 35o Children 25c Sponsored By Wmhlngton Co. P, T. A, Council MISS FAHRNEY IS WEDDED SATURDAY Becomes Bride of John E Barnes in Pretty Ceremony A quiet wedding took place New Year's afternoon at 5 o'clock when Miss June Fahrney, of till city, became the bride of John E Barnes, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J W. Barnes, of Williamsport. Th Rev. Dr. J. Edward Harms perform ed the ceremony. The bride wore.a dress of golc satin with black accessories. Hei mother, Mrs. Charles Fahrney, Mr and Mrs. Marlin Brashaars and daughter Constance, and Mr. and Mrs. Erman Stottlemyer were the attendants. Mrs. Barnes is now employed by :he W. F. Prior company and Mr. Barnes, by the General Motors Corporation of Baltimore. After returning from a trip to Baltimore and Washington the ouple will reside for the present it 138 East Franklin street. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Calhoun, 208 Bryan Place, announce the engagement of their daughter, Yvonne to Edwin K. Bikle, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bikle, North .ocust street. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Calhoun was a member of the Court f Miss Antietam during the Antie- am Commemoration. ANNOUNCE BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bowser, of Philadelphia, formerly of Williams- ort, announce the birth of a daugh- 2r on January 2. Mr. and Mrs. C. F Cousens, Mt. ,ena, announce th, birth of a son, oru New Year's clay at their home. MRS. STONE IS GIVEN SURPRISE A surprise birthday party was given in honor of Mrs. Margaret Stone at her home 25 North Locust street Saturday evening. Five hundred Was played after which refreshments were served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Einmert Forsyth, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kretzer and daughter, Belle, Mrs. Margaret Stoner, Mrs. Carrie Greenfield and son, William, Mrs. Sally Dellart, Mrs, Mrs. Goldie Steinmetz, Mrs. Julia Weaver, Mrs; Wiliam Lane, Miss Peggy Shaw, Miss Minnie Eagle, Messers Weaver, Kleffer, Stouffer, Lloyd Stone, Jr., Melvin Fleming and William Reid. FAREWELL IS GIVEN MONDAY EVENING A farewell for Gene W. Showe, formerly worthy chaplain of the local Eagles Lodge, No. 694, was held at the Eagles' Home last evening on the eve of his departure for Baltimore today to be sworn nto the U. S. Navy. Showe enlisted recently in Martinsburg. Mr. Showe was presented with a year's dues in advance by Worthy President Schlottecbeck. Mr. ihowe, the retiring worthy chap- ain, will he succeeded In office by "ack Watts, local radio announcer, who has been appointed to the fflce. NEW YEAR'S DINNER A New Year's dinner was held t the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'ranklin J. Ebersole. The guests ncluded Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marr nd children, Janet and Marie; Mr. nd Mrs. Richard Ebersole and slighter, Cassandra; Mr. and Mrs. lonald Ebersole and son, Philip; Ir. and Mrs. Roger Miller and aughter, Judy; Polly, Wayne and ack Ebersole, Mr. and Mrs. Berard Wolf and son, Joseph. Natural Bridge SHOES $5.50 ARROW SHOES 25 W. Washington St. Certainly Pleated with SAVINGS I found in - - EYERLY'S BLANKET DEPARTMENT • You too. Can Share in the Reductions Visit Our Blanket Dep't Now And points to one of the Biggest Sales we have Ever Held . . . Seasonable Footwear Formerly Selling from $4.00 to $10.50 Will Be Marked at These Redicu- lously Low Prices. M.95 '2.95 »3.95 M.95 '5.95 *6.95 AH Leathers All Height Heels Only twice a year do you have this op- portunity to buy Bikle's Quality Shoes at these very LOW PRICES All Sales Final and For Cash No Approvals-No Charges —No Exchanges— INC.- JTO UJ n, mo.

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