The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 13, 1938 · Page 2
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, January 13, 1938
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TWO THE MORNING HERALD, HAGEKSTOWN, MARYLAND. .THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1938. News Club News CARP PARTY WILL BE HELD TONIGHT Ladies Will Be Guests in 'the AJsafia Club ~ Rooms Toplght at the AIsat|a Club rooms, -the entertainment committee of the club will offer a card parly and dance for their members and guests. Cards will be played from 8 o'clock until 10 o'clock, with five hundred' and bridge, and dancing : wlll be from ID-o'clock until 12 o'clock. 'Prizes will be offered for men arid ladles In both five'hundred and bridge. This is the first ladies night under the new committee and they are anticipating a large party of-memiiers and their guests, with the ladles and a very enjoyable evening is "in store lor those attending, • The ball room at the club house has been put in first-class condition and with the latest in dance music being furnished for the dancers one pf.the largest dances ever held in the club rooms is expected. This T\ ill probably be the last social Junction of the club until after their minstrel, either by the entertainment or dance ' committees. All card games will be- progressive, •with- several prizes lor both bridge and five hundred. All members are PERSONALS Mrs. Merle Bender, of Baltimore, is visiting friends in this city. Mrs. Charles Schalbley, 216 South Prospect street, and her daughter, Mrs. Byron C. Grimes, Montclair, N. J., are spending some lime at Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. Grace Orno Is recuperating from Pneumonia at the home of her sou-tii-lair and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mercereau, Oak Hill Mrs. Mike Miller, of Williamsport; Miss Ida Beard, Cleat-spring; John Clark and Hawlins Peltner left yesterday on a motor trip to Miami, Fla. Clark and Feltner will go as far as Cuba. Miss Lottie M. Keller, Virginia avenue, is spending several months in St. Petersburg, Fl... requested to be on hand promptly so that cards. may be started promptly at 8 o'clock. There will be several tables of pinochle for stag members who care to attend. The committee in charge of this party l s composed of Floyd night- man, chairman; Landis Coffman, "Walter Cearfoss, John Miunich and Clarence Myers. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Summers, Summit avenue, are spending several weeks In Fort Worth, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Caspar have returned : -' their home near Hancock'after spending a week in Pittsburgh as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caspar. Mrs. Eva V. Htrman, South Fo- tomac street, is visiting in West Hartford, Conn , with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Mott. Mrs. M. W. Myers, King street, has left to spend some lime in St. Petersburg, Fla. BRUNETS PREFERRED Never in 30 years has any wife "of a president of. the United States been a ilond. And no president's Tvife ever has x had bobbed hair. Mrs. Charles C. Spessard-and the Misses Esther an" Leah M. Spessard, North Locust street, are on a motor trip through the South. HELP STOMACH DIGEST FOOD . V*bont,Ui«liiei— and You'll Eat from Soup lo NuU , r Ibe itcmKh' ihould dlgeit tiro pounds of fowl daily. When TOO eat heary, greasy, coareo or rich foodi <f when you *ro nervous, Jmrrieil or rhi-ir poorly— jour ilomaeii twin out loo much fluid. Tovr foo&doeiD't dlsesi and you IUTO «a. heartburn, mam, p»ln or *our itomach. You feel wur, •lot aad UPKI ill over. Doclon iir noTfT^Uka .«, laxative for » torn nth pthi. Ji U daiwrnnn tnd fool lib. It ufcei thuie IflWc blitk ttbltts called B*U-»ns for Indigestion to make the rac-wi itomacJi fluids hsrmlcjs/rtlleT* dfetrai In 6 tninutt! wid nut you back on rmir f««. JWfcf U so quick it IK sm urine «nd on< -J5c ptckxce prores It, Aik for Bell-uii tor Indigestion, ' Natural Bridge SHOES $5.50 ARROW SHOES 25 W. Washington St. Mrs. J. Chandler, of Jacksonville, Fla., is visiting Mrs. E. W. Arthur, 2409- Virginia aveuus. Mrs. Clara Fiafliff has returned to the home of her son, 546 North Locust street, after being a patient at the Washington County Hospital for the past twelve weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Murray, ol Will! am sport, left on Monday to spend some time in Miami, Fla, CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY Youth Fellowship Gathering at Church of the Brethren SEMI-ANNUAL OPPORTUNITY S : HOE SALE ' $1.95 to $6.9EI C'S INC. «•« o sRiToivn. me. See Hagerstown's Largest Display of Good Furniture at Reasonable Prices MEYERS £ BERKSON, Inc. ' 41-43 W. Franklin St. N. E. Cor. Public Square J New Location WOMEN'S HATS L. &B. Hat Shop , PUSH UP CROOUIGNOIE WAVE (tuMe Thirty churches throughout the state will be represented at the Youth Peillowship Confluence to be held at the Church of the Brethren on Friday, January 14. " The sessions will open with a fellowship supper to be sewed promptly at 6:30 p. in. Theodore Bowen, seventeen- year old orator, ot Baltimore, will be the speaker at the supper. The toastmaster will be' Harold Green and group singing will be directed by Perry L. Huffaker. All young people and their friends are invited and tickets may be purchased from the local pastor, the Rev. A. M. Dixon. : Admission to the mass meeting which follows the supper at 8 o'clock is free. P. B."Williar, director of .alcohol education in the southeastern region of the church, will deliver.the principle address of the evenjng. The conference will come to a close with the.presentation of the play, "What Shall It Profit." AUDITIONS HELD BY MUSK CLUBS Series Being Arranged to Find Four Young Violinists ' The National Federation of Music Clubs Is conducting a nationwide series of auditions to flnd the best four young violinists, under 16 years of age, boys and girls who are in need of assistance or who would not he able under ordinary circumstances to obtain a good violin. While artistic talent Is a primary consideration, the actual need of the youngsters for help is an equally Important consideration in final awards. The winners will be given a trip to New York City, all expenses paid and will be presented' on a special broadcast by sponsors of Tony Wons. Violins and cash prizes also will be given. Applications inust he in by Saturday, January 15 and the applicant will be notified the date of the audition. Each contestant selected for audition will play one required composition or one choice number. According to age groupings required numbers are as.follows: Class A (up to and including years), Bach: Musette; Class B (10 and 11 years), Fauconier: Reverie in G; Class (12 and 13 years), Fibich: Sonatina Op. 27; and Class D (14 to 10 years), Nemerowsky: Meditation, Op. 8. Inability lo perform the required number may not disqualify applicant, providing a substitute number, approved by the audition chairman is played, such substitute number to be named at the time of filing the application. Contestants may or may not be called upon to play a choice number hut should be prepared io do so. Applications may be obtained from Mrs. J. Alvey Long, State Junior Councilor, 183 South Prospect street. OUR DAILY PATTERN Simple Chic for Afternoons By ELLEN WORTH A hydrangea blue crepe dress that is going places ... to luncheon, bridge, teas and formal dining out in the evenings. The charming neck affords an opportunity to wear your conslume Jewelry, A wide sash slims your waistline. The akirt is cleverly gored to give you a tall youthful appearance. It's '. terribly pretty and smart in a rayon print crepe 'nealh your dark,winter coat". . .. and so wearable all spring. You couldn't ask for anything simpler to sew . . < and it's so inexpensive. Style No. 1936 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 40, 42 and 44-inches bust. Size 36 requires 4 yards of 39-inch material with 1 3-4 yards of 4-inch ribbon for sash. Price of PATTERN 15 cents (coir is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Pattern Mall Address: N. y. Pattern Bureau The Morning Herald, Suite 1110, 220 East 42nd Street, New j'ork,. N. Y. 1956 Miss Kline Weds Mr. Bean Saturday A pretty but simple wedding was Performed at the home of the Rev. J. M. Carter on Saturday evening, January. 8:30 o'clock when Miss Hazel'M. Kline became the bride, of .Worth G. Bean, of this city, formerly of South Carolina. The ring ceremony was used. The bride was attired in a navy blue dress with black accessories. Attending-' (lie couple were Mrs. Mary E. Kline, mother of the bride; Roy Kiltie, brother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Martin and Miss Georganna Carter. The bride and groom are employed by the Victor Hosiery Company. They will reside on South Potomac street. Style No. 1936. SIZE. EXPERTS TELL HOW TO BUY "BARGAINS" AT WHITE SALE J4W.Wa(hini)ldnJt. ftfeSM' Damp Wash 12 f 45c HAGERSTOWN LAUNDRY, Inc. Phone 2550 SMALL TEA AND SHOWER Mrs. Willis Altenderfer will entertain informally Friday afternoon at a small tea and hosiery shower at her home on Park Lane complimenting Miss Catherine Hoffmeier whose marriage to Harvey H. Heyser, Jr., will take place in the near future. JANUARY Prices Greatly Reduced! Phone 1233 THE FUR SHOP 1« I, Wmhlngton It. WOMEN'S AILMENTS ^/OMEN often suffer from nervousness, weakness, back- .ache and headache associated with functional disturbances. To aid in relieving the diicomforts of the menstrual .period and in calming the nerves, take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, which stimulates the appetite and increases the flow of ffM- tritf jmcc. thus Hiding digest ion of food, Mid so helps strengthen you. Mrs. ponna Wallers, 2114 Jefferson Ave., Hmitinglon, W. Va., says: "I -was pate, thin and dreadfully nervous. Head- fiolies and backache associated with functional disturbances made me miserable. A(* tcr I had used Dr. Fierce's Favorite Prescription I enjoyed enting and I jtraduilly Rained weight and strength and wain't so nervous." Buy it in liquid or tablets from your druggist today. CLASS ENTERTAINED AT PLEASANT EVENT The Homebuilders class of the Church of the Brethren was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Snider, North Locust street, when the program was In charge of Mrs. Alice Byrilm. Psalms were read by Mrs. .Lee Mullendore and Mrs. Robert Weagley and readings given by Mrs. Harry May, Mrs. Clarence Burger and Mrs. Earl Butts. Refreshments were served lo the following: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. -Ernest Dodd and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rohrer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mon- niger, Mr. and.Mrs. Lloyd Richards and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Burger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Ward, Mr. and Mrs.- Weagley, Mr. and Mrs. Mullendore, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Huffaker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lowery and son, Mr. and Mrs. May, Mr. and Mrs. Butts, Mrs. Magnus Kline, Mrs. Francis Stottlemyer, Mrs. Irene Delbert and Mrs. Byrum. ENJOYABLE GATHERING An enjoyable gathering was held at the home of W. F. Ilovls, Broadfording on Sunday. Those present were: W. F. Hovis end son, Miss Ruth Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry May and son, Raymond, Mr. and . Mrs. Paul Spickler and daughter, Rayetta, and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hovis and children, Ronald, Frances and Mary Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hovis and daughter, Rosomere, Mr. and Mrs. Jomes Hovis and son, James and daughters, Phyllis and Imogene, Walter Shook,. John Smith, all of this city, John Rush and Miss Hazel Wisliard, Broadfordlng. This month of January you wil probably want to take advantag of the white sales and .fill the gaps in your linen shelves. You will fin< bargains aplenty. But be absolute ly sure you are getting the quality and serviceability you want, at th" reduced price. 'For there is profit in buying llimsy sheets that soon wear out, warns Helen Kendall and Elizabeth C. Ramsay of Good Housekeeping Institute They give this advice to help yor to bo a smart buyer: "Buy percale, heavy muslin 01 light muslin sheets. Porcale sheets are lighter in weight than muslin and are closely woven of fine smoothly combed yarn usually 100 or more threads to the inch, in both warp and filling directions. Heavy muslin is the standby for the woman who wants the .utmost in service at moderate cost. Light muslin sheets, though not quite so durable as heavy muslin, will still give satisfactory service if they are ot good quality to begin with. The better grades of light muslin have at least 64. threads to the inch, In both the warp' and filling directions." Buy Long Sheets All sheets should be at least 108 Inches long. This is the torn length. After hemming and shrinkage this leaves a sheet 98 inches long, which is absolutely necessary for comfortable tucking in and turning back over the blankets. As for width, use the 72-inch for single "2-DROP" TREATMENT FOR HEAD COLD RELIEF Just put 2 drops of Fenetro Nose Drops in each nostril and get relief from the discomfort of miserable head colds and sinus congestion. Penetro Nose Drops contain cphe- drine (open'ing-up action) and other "balanced medication." swollen inflamed They help membranes, area, make to shrink soothe the breathing easier. 25c, 50c, ?1 bottles at druggists. Convenient purse size, lOc. Demand Penetro Nose Drops. BUTTER-NUT BREAD 8c or 2 for 15c At Your Grocers Hagerstown Bakery REMOVAL SALE Reductions 20% to 50% ON ENTIRE STOCK We ire moving our utore to 26 South Potomac Street NEXT DOOR TO MARYLAND THEATRE NEEDY'S JEWELRY STORE «« W. WASHINGTON ST. (Hamilton Watohei Exeepted) Authorized R. C. A. RADIO Dealer Vrct Trial 0)1 Aur Moiltl ' Shockey Furniture Co. 28-30 Summit Avenno CLOTHE the ENTIRE FAMILY at a SAVING at the R. & G. Dep't Store or three-quarter bed, and the 81 or 90-inch for double 1 eds. Everything said about the kind and quality of sheets goes for pillowcases, too. Tile size you need depends on the size of your pillows. Before you buy, measure the size of pillows carefully. A pillow which is 20 inches wide and is 40 Inches around needs a 42-Inch case. The length of the case should extend several inches beyond the end ot the pillow. A case that is too tight makes a pillow hard. A too loose case will result in an almost total loss of shape in the pillow. "It is best to buy the well-known brands of reputable monufacturers unless you have been buying a make of sheet or pillowcase n-hich long experience has proved satisfactory," add these experienced advisors. MEETING Due to the POSTPONED. inclement -weather the meeting pf the Broadway-Wayside Pareht : Teacher 'Association scheduled for last' night has been postponed. A future da'te will be announced. • PLANS FOR ALSATIA SHOW 60 FORWARD Rehearsals for Minstrels Will Be Starred on February 2 Larry Knowles, who will direct this year's Alsatia Minstral Show will arrive in Hagerstown the last of this month and rehearsals are expected to start on February 2. D. P. Schilling, chairman of the banquet committee, has announced the banquet date as Wednesday, February 2, at 6:30 o'clock at Beck's Tavern, with a real turkey dinner, and the rehearsals may be :alled for directly after this banquet, It Mr. Knowles so desires. In connection with the show this year, instead of the usual booster lumber which has been published n the past, a souvenir will be pub- Ished, with advertisements of lead- ug merchants, cast of the show, lislory of the club and other gen- •ral information, together with lories and jokes on the various iiembers. This is under the direc- ion of W. 1C. Bowers who will star! s corps of men working shortly. Tickets are expected lo be put on ale within the next week, and lhairman Troxell of the ticket ommittee is lining up his commit' ee for this work. The show this year from ad- ance reports promises lo be "blg- er and better" than ever before. t. will be in two parts, first part oiislatiiig of twelve or fourteen kits, all built around the news- apers from which Ihis part gets s name of "Headlines Revue." The second part of the show will e a real old-time Alsatia minstrel tiow, with the ever popular end len, -male chorus, circle men and ngers. The show will be held at the cademy Theatre, February 21, 22 nd 23. This show will be pro- iced by the John Rogers Produc- .g Company, under the direct per- mal supervision of Larry Knowles ho so capably directed the pag- ant here during the triple celebra- on. Velvet Cocktail Hat OUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY NIGHT Dorothy Lamour * Rakish is the term for this pert little black velvet cocktail hat worn by Dorothy Lamour. It tips down and forward over one eye, has a strap of velvet to hold It to the head, and Is softened by a frothy black silk veil of mesh with a starched black chiffon hem. Parents Announce December Wedding Mr. and Mrs. E. I,. Holtzman have announced the 'marriage ..of their daughter, Miss Frances Virginia HoHzman, to Milo L. Blicken'- staff, the son of .Mr. and Mrs. C. E.. Blickeustaff. The" wedding took place on December '24, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Dr. F. B. Plummer. The bride wore a brown tailored suit, ma telling accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. Her sister and brother, Miss Henrietta HoHzmaii and Marvin Holtznian, were the attendants. After a short motor trip the couple took up their residence on North Prospect street. HEALTH IS TOPIC OF UNION MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Burtner En- terrain Keedysville W. C. T. U. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burtner entertained members of the Keedysville Women's Christian Temperance Union on Tuesday afternoon when a- meeting was held in interest of "Health." The topic was cosidered from the standpoint of the Bible based upon the ten commandments read by Mrs. Harry Remsburg. Mrs. Burtner used a chart upon which she had drawn a bean and gleaned from the commandments and other scriptural texts given by Mrs. L. T. 3axter and Miss Fannie Huntzbery -hat light, comfort, bread, news, tower, sword, water and. guide were essential to healthful living. These were hidden within the leart and so arranged that upon opening it "God's Word" appeared, be leader quoting the verse, "Thy word have I hid in my heart so hat I might sin against Thee." Mrs.. Emma' Baker sang "Th e Tealthy Milky Way" and scriptural verses were given on milk as a substantial, choice and wise food the baby, the child and the adult. Three new directors were chosen lamely: Department of Child Wei- are, Mrs. Olive Remsburg; health, Mrs. Rachel 'Scheller and interna- ional relations for peace, Mrs. jina Mades. .-Resolutions were adopted on the :eath of Mrs. Eva Wyand, active n local 'work and county director f the department or Flower Mis- ion and Relief." Mrs. Emma Bakr and. Mrs. Ksta Clopper composed he committee. The guests were tivited to the dining room where efreshmeilts were served. TWO SECRETARIES OF STATE Goldie Wells of South Dakota nd Elizabeth F. Gonzales of New Mexico are two feminine secretar- es of state. The Washington County P. T. A ouncil will meet at the schoo card on Thursday evening at 7:4 clock when Dr. W. Ross Cameron 111 be present to answer question •ncerning the progress of the den 1 clinic. Plans will be made to Founders' Day banquet on Febru y IT. A full representation Is requester om all associations affiliated witl e council. }']ae. association Is titled to four delegates to the uncil meetings: the president e principal of the school and two her members. SEVERAL SUBSTITUTES Ann Sothern, moving picture tress, reminds the housewife tha ere are several welcome suhstl tes for that old standby, lettuce e suggests romalne, endives and Icory as a change. 35c Box Arlherol Will Convince Here's Relief from the terrible •tures and misery from .Neuritis, lallca, Neuralgia an* Muscular hea and pains. Try ARTHEROL, day. Only costs 35c. Money re- nded 1C not satisfied. H. R. Rudy, Pharmacist Hotel Hamilton Corner SAVE EXTRA DOLLARS on these Ranges! reduced to 59H Pay Only $6 Monthly, plus carrying charge Coal-Wood Itange More strength and beauty than in coal-wood ranges you've seen priced at $100! Sparkling porcelain! Big polished cast iron cooktop! Quick-heating 18-in. oven! 24 qt, reservoir. Save—New Cheer Gas Range Newest 1938! Insulated oven I Auto- matte control! Smokelem broiler! Porcelain burner11 Montgomery Ward WASHINGTON -ST. PHONE MSB Don't take needless risks with CHEST COLDS Relieve Their Misery This Proved Way HEN there's a cold to treat— W especiallyifit'sachestcold — that's no time, to experiment. Relieve the misery with the treatment thatliasbeendouotyprouedforyou. Here't What To Do: It's best to stay in bed and get lots of rest. Eat lightly, drink plenty of water, and keep elimination regular. And use your dependable Vicks VapoRub without delay. VapoRub has been proved by everyday use in more homes than any other medication of its kind— further proved by the largest clinical tests ever made on colds. (Pull details in every VapoRub package.) Only Vicks give you proof like this. VapoRub is direct external treatment. No "dosing" — ntr stomach upsets. Just massage It on throat, chest, and back. Then—to inake its tong-contlnued double action last even longer— spread a thick layer on the chest ii ;t'< I /I and cover with a 'r"1lM-lI warmed cloth. No Long Waiting for Relief to Begin... Almost before you flnish rubbing, you begin to feel warm and comfortable as VapoBub goes to work direct through the skin like a poultice. At the same time Its medicated vapors, released by the warmth of the body, are carried direct to the irritated air-passages with every breath. This double action loosens phlegm —relieves irritation and coughing —helps break local congestion. And long after restful sleep! comes, Vapo- \ Bub keeps on working. V! C »5 S ;. W VAPORUB ANNOUNCEMENT of Oriental Rugs • Mr. Samuel H. Mooradian Collector of Oriental Rugs of Central, Pa. Who has two branch stores in York and Harrisburg, Pa., has arrived to stay with us for a sliprt time only. ' '."'-..;.. It is impossible to describe the beauty of the finest quality and intricate picturesque design of his rare collection of Oriental Rugs. , You are cordially invited to come in and inspect his line, not being obligated whatever. Your interest will be greatly appreciated. REPAIRING, CLEANING and APPRAISING done during the stay at moderate prices. Carver Furniture Co. i 32 - 34 North Potomac Street i

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