The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 5, 1938 · Page 8
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 8

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
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EIGHT THE MORNING HERALD, HAGKRSTOWN, MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 5, 1H38. SELECTED ISSUES GO UPWARD STEELS, AIRCRAFT; LEAD MARKET RISE Stocks Spurred by Expec rations of Armaments Spending New York, Jan. 4 (/p)—Spurred by growing expectation) of heavy armaments spending, buying forces pushed lip selected stocks 1 to 4 points generally in today's market. There were isolated ad vances of 0 points or so. Steels and aircjnfts, which would be among ibo principal beneficiaries if Congress enacts a "big navy" program, were in the forefront of the forward tilt. Exhibiting strong! n were motors, coppers, electrical equipments, rubbers, oils, tobaccos and a wide assortment Y.I specialties. The principal fly in the day's optimistic ointment, however, was the relative lightness of volume in comparison with llie broad recovery. The ticker tape frequently was at a standstill and transfers totalled 942 ISO shares as against 916,050 the day before. The Associated Press average of 60 issues was up 1.3 points net at 412, the best day's performance since Nov. 7. Closing Prices Stock Market Amn Tel and Tel 147 Amn Tob B Wks 67 11% 31% Whot, The Morker Did 1 > Tiles. Mon. Advances 533 388 Declines 8,'t 191 Unchanged 109 145 Total Issues 725 724 CHICAGO GRAIN Chicago, Jan. 4 (jp) — Closing grain prices: KEEDYSVILLE Kdodysvllle, Jan. 3. The i'Uthereu Sunday school program was given on Christmas e'v- oulng. A pagennt "When Christ Was Born," and exorcises by the children were ably rendered. An address was given by the pastor, M A. Ashby. ev. C, M. Sparrow, who has been 111, is Improving. Miss Elizabeth Poffenberger, slu- lent at Western Maryland College, spent the holidays with her par- tallied at dinner .recently fn honoi of their daughter, Mrs. Win. Ear IjV birthday. Miss Jane K|slo Dean spent the holidays with Mrs. Bsta Clapper. Mrs. Mattle Suavely was a recent visitor of her sister, Mrs. Oliver nines, Hagerstown. Miss J^illa Coffman, student at Stale Normal scliool, at Towson, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coffman. Mr. anji Mrs. Carroll Rohrer announce tjie birth of . daughter at Ihelr home In Boonsboro, Dec. 20. Mrs. Rohrer was formerly Miss Louise Fisher of this place. Mr. and Mrs. George Gross and Martin Gross, U f Washington, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Fisher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Poffenberger were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fleming. Mrs. Geo. B. Athey and daughter, Miss Susie Athoy, itertalned at dinner on New Year's Day the following: Mr. and Mrs. Roland Mor;an. and children, Dannie and Dwlght, of Hagerstown: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Athey, Melvin Reel, Jr., Douglas Reel, Bobby Fleming, Jackie and Susan Virginia Fleming, j Mrs. Hose Wyand, who had (lie I misfortune to fall at the schoql j louse and fracture, her arm, is Improving. Mrs. Emma Green spent several days with her sister, lloupt, Myersvllle. Mrs. A. K. TO CONSIDER ALLOCATIONS Baltimore, Jan. •!, _/p). — All vision engineers of the State Roads jence. commission will meet here. Friday to consider state and county rostl/ fund allocations for 1938. • ^ Chief Engineer Nathan L. Smith; said the division heads would be Instructed to keep within budget, limits and maintain roads "as efficiently as possible." Commission members will attend the confer- The Plural C'olTea on Sals Toiiaj CHEER CUP or COFFEE .... Ib. ^ OC Omiblr. Vmir Montr Hack Oliarnnlei If you don't think HO. Triangle Food Stores LIBERAL LOANS nil Jcivelr..-, j-olcl, cllimmilill. »1|- vi-nrarr. slinl t-iins. rlollilns or in.vllilnir <.1 M of vuluc. Harry's Loan Office UCKXSKI) l-AW.VJIROKKR 55 N. Jonathan St. BALTIMORE LIVESTOCK Baltimore, Jan. 4 ,£>)—(USDA.) Cattle: Few slaughter steers, $6.15 •S.OO; low cutten and cutters, $3.85-5.00; odd head mills, $6.75 down. Good vealers steady, mostly $12.00-50. Hogs: Good and choice, 120-200 Ibs., $8.75-9.00; practical top, $9.00. Good packing sows, $6.50-7.00. Gen en Motors oodrich . oodyear . nt Harvester it Tel and Tel jigg and Myers B ont Ward 32% at Dairy at Hist 22% Packard . Penn R R Radio Rep Steel Sears Roebuck. Soc Vac Std Brands 514 Std Oil ff, J 47% Studebaker 51, U S Rubber. U S Steel 575, Warner Pict 514 West Union 25% Wsg Elec 104 Woolworth 8v LEE FALK and PHIL DAVIS LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by KHnt Brot., Benivola Locil Prlcei Paid Producer! Wheat ...... 92c Corn ...,....; bbl. 80c Shoulder ^... Ib. 20c Potatoes bu. 60e Country Hum Ib. 26c Eggs doz. 24c Spring Chickens ... Ib. 16c to 18e Old Chickens ....;. Ib. 16o to 18c Butter....... ;'.,... Ib. 30o Lard Ib. lOc Apples .bu. 60 to 7S Country Bacon Ig. lie Onions bu. 75c BUY YOUR COAL —FROM— CUSUWAS' Phone 2200 and get THE BEST ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poffenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Long enter Corn: May, 62%-%; July, 61%. Chrysler )ouglas Aircraft Gen Elec MANDRAKF THE MAGICIAN Foods ................ 30% WHAT'S THE MATTER H THOSE Tl CUCKOOS? LOOK--YOU CAN HARDLY-'SEETHE CITV-ANy MORE/ THE FASTER I CLIMB DOWN--THE FASTER IT GROWS UP--/ SIMPLE HYPNOTIC AN ILLUSION DISTANCE ARE WE- BALMY-OR IS THIS REALLY . HAPPENING? HOW FAR UP— ARE WE-NOW? I'M AFRAID- TO LOOK/ ' CO 'N TOMMY "Within Rc-noe" . . . But By GLENN CHAFIN and HAL FOREST E7TY-LOU MANAGED TO LIFT THE BIG TRANSPORT ABOVE THE TREACHEROUS MOUNTAIN PEAKS. BUT THE FOG STILL BLANKETS THE NIGHT, AS THE SHIP ROARS OH TOWARD D EnVER I DOh'T KNOW HOW TO "RIDE THE BEAM" DOWN / KEEP TALKING DOWN" / FLIGHT TEN WITHIN RAN6E... DENVER.. DENVER TO FLIGHT TEH WIND is NORTHWEST TWEL N.W. ONE TWO . ALTITUDE SEVEN HUMORED. ZERO TELL HER TO STAND BY ! I'VE SOT A PLAN! BALTIMORi. HAY Baltimore. Jan. 4 r/p) Good timothy, clover and nominally .$1200-15.00 ton. Straw.: No. 1 wheat, $9.00 ton; oat, $9.00 ton. BALTIMORE GRAIN Baltimore, Jan. •' ( ff>) — Wheat: No. 2, red winter garlicky, spot domestic, 97V4; January, 97y 2 . PINESBURG LETTER Pinesburg, Jan. 3. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garrett and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Amos Miller and children, Miriam, Esther, Lois and Clair, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Martin, all of Maugansvllle; Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Lewis, 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charlton, Hubert Fowler, Mr. and Dolores Fowler. .Harold Colbert has returned to his home after spending the holidays with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shaw, of Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagner, of Marlowe, W. Va., and Miss Dolores Fcwler, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob 'Teach and children. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garrett and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos Miller and family and The Old Folks Home of Maugansvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Benn;- Mitchell vis Ited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hoffman Sun day evening. Mrs. Amanda Hoffman spent spent Thursday with Mr. ami Mrs. Richard Anderson and family, of Marlowe; George Sweigert is slowly Improving at his home.. Mr. and Mrs. Ohern Carbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garrett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snyder spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Henri Charltoi DICKIE DARE Trademark Registration Acolled For U. 8. Patent O»c«. Happy Mystery By COULTON WAUGH \0tr SAY TO IMAGINE A XIHPA TINY BULLET •5HOOTIN' THROUGH -SOLID STUFF AT A SPEED o' TWELVE THOUSAND MILES A SECOND ! OKAY- • • THEN WHAT?- DICKIE, THESE LITTLE BULLETS ARE CALLED "ALPHA PARTICLES" ---A VERY SMALL AMOUNT OF RADIUM, CALLED A -GRAM, SHOOTS OFF I45,OOO BILLIONS OF THESE LITTLE; SULLETS EVERY SECOND ! BECAME, DICKIE, THESE WAVES DESTROY HUMAN CELLS! BUT FORTUNATELY, THBY DESTROY DISEASED PHSW, DOC, YOU'VE GOT ME GA-GA! LISTEN, WHy ARE THESE SULLEN AH' WAVE"? GOOD FOR •SICK PEOPLE A KIND OF WIRELESS WAVE, THE 'GAMMA KAY", AND IT VIBRATES AT A KATE OF A IZ&OOO MILE? EVERY 5KOHD.! OF RADIUM TRAVEL EVEN FASTER ABOUT 90,000 MILES A SECOND/ AND THERE'S STILL ANOTHER KADIUM PRODUCT-- ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON 1 YOU MUST BE THE BIRD WHO PUT ft, HOLE IN OUI2JNMDSHIELD THE OTHER NISHT/ THANKS IT MIGHT INTEREST YOU TO KWQW HE'S our LIKE A LIGHT,' f I PLAYED A HUNCH HE KNEW ABOUT THAFNOTEi' Thrown .OFF guard THATTHE NOTE YOU LE1T/N OUR. CONDITION ai DONrKEEP QUIET * r-r-' CAR. FOE-MISS WOETH •• FELL INTO THE ENEMY'S HANDS --,>, THE BUTLER GOT IT." THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY Tn4eni»rk 1 poll til Pat C. g. Office IVEAE Atlf. TEN-TAKE TUCKEE - •fOU'AKE FEELING BETTER FHOM THE ACCIDENT THAT HAPPENED TO YOU FEOrf PATSY'S UNCLE LAST W££K IN W OFFICE THE SCOUNDREL I HOPE HE CHOKes YOU WILL BE4BLE TO COME AT ONCE TO DISGUST THE STOKY AND CAST AS, SOON AS POSSIBLE FOe "' — .... . " STAKKING PATSY _ A MLES PANBEBG PSODUCTIOH intruder dropped kis oiv/t — and YOU'VE eor DOWN SO 'FAR AL- HIGH PRESSURE PETE By GEORGE SWAN MOTTO 14 — -5ELU A >ME " FIT I fOOLONT FlHO A or?on POOEY.' SUCH ENGLISH: WHAr NU/H8S/&JLL. WEO7E- -THAT? YOU DID, PANBEF6-JUS7 NOW - By LES FORGRAVE YES, AKSD FRONA. THE WHOO-EE!LOOV< | VOE'RE GOING TO AT tTCOME | HA\)eTO HUSTLE DOSMN! U TOGETT^ROUSH .' NEVEP - I AIN'T GOT NO TO YOU AIN'T SO HOT. TOO IT GETS IM YOOR.Eve'S / OM TOP OF 5OTf-V=ST YOUCA.ViTSEE TUAT IT'S . TUCKG/Z TO SEE- DOSVT VOO VJWY! I ITS GOVMC TO SNOVJ WARDER. BEFORE VJE 1 VJMEREYOOR.E GOlt^SC GET TOTME STORE \MW\Te ALREADY! "•^r-wflw/ijBy^jp N

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