MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1938. 1'HE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND SHOWER IS GIVEN FOR MRS. DORSEY Mrs. Herbert Schlotter. beck Delightfully Entertains Mrs. Arthur V. Dorsey was delightfully entertained at a miscellaneous shower ou Saturday evening given by Mrs. Herbert M. Schlotterbeck at her home on Hager street.. Mrs. , Dorsey was before her marriage Miss Mildred Schlotterbeck. : A color scheme of red and white was carried out in the favors and party decorations. Games were enjoyed .'during the evening. The guests included'. Mrs. Arthur Dorsey, Mis. Bessie Dorsey, Mrs. Fred Schloiterbeck, .Mrs.- lllnehart Schlotterbeck, Mrs: Earl Schlotterbeck, Mrs/ Carl .Schlotterbeck, Mrs. Lillian'Lynch, Mrs. Catherine Lewln, Mrs. -'Gertrude Schlotter- he'clc, Mrs. John i-Iutson, Miss Na- PERSONALS Miss Helen Carbaugh, who underwent an operation at the Washington County Hospital, is slightly Improved. Dr. and Mrs. Percy Llnebaugh, of Susquehauna University, Sellns- grove, Pa., were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mnthlas P. Moller, Jr., North Potomac street, over the week-end. Mrs; B. S. Staub returned yesterday to her home in Romney, W. Va., after spending the past week as the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Wagner, South Prospect street. Mrs. William Schlotterbeck, of Harrlsburg, Pa., is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr: and Mra. Donald Schlotterbeck, Wilson boulevard. ohii Schlotlerbeck Schlotlefbeek. and Bobby NATHANIEL BUHARP OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Buharp, Sr., entertained on Sunday after- Boon at their home in Williamsport : from 1:30 until 4 o'clock in honor of the fifth birthday of their son, Nathaniel, Jr. Games were played and supper Berved 'the following: JImmIe .Myers, Ottls. Kitchen, Jackie Suf- focole,: . Lowell Grosh, Eugene Grosh, Billie Grosh, Margaret Shipley, Wilma May Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. William Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Buharp, .Lester . Scott, Henry Hoover and William Ditlow. Miss Madge Keller, of Harrisonburg, Va., was the week : end gueat of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alvey Long, South Prospect street. Mrs. Mary 0. Shank has returned to her home, 27 North avenue, after being a patient at the Washington County Hospital with pneumonia for several weeks. Cyrus G. Brandenburg 'and Roy Brandenburg have returned from Lakcota, N. D., where they attended the funeral of their uncle. . ALSATIA MINSTREL BANQUET FEB. 2ND Rehearsals for Minstrel Show May Be Started After Dinner The Alsallu Minstrel banquet will be held at Beck's Tavern, on Wednesday evening:, February 2, 11 6:30 o'clock with • an elaborate turkey dinner. Tills was announced several days ago by the' banqui't committee under Hie head of D. I 1 . OUR DAILY PATTERN .Schilling. The committee hua arranged a ^—jftj^^—i^— : Darling Tyrolean Dress For Tiny Girls By ELLEN WORTH Small daughter will look just darling ami just love to swish about In this swlshy skirted Tyrolean dress. Contrasting trim outlines the bib-liko front of the very brief and fitted bodice. Dlrect- ly beneath. the skirt is laid I Mrs. E. K. Hetzer, Summit avenue, is visiting relatlives In Baltimore and Waslhugton. BUTTE.R-NUT BREAD g c or 2 for !5 C At Your Grocers Hagerstown Bakery SEMI-ANNfUAL OPPORTUNITY SHOE SALE $1.95 to $6.95 |>'$'Shoe-Shop •" ' . , INC. . mm A • mmrmm sy*futi*frtc.'n C A| |-Vf4WWaihintlon(l ^••Jllfcfc 1* Plane £11 Damp Wash HAGERSTOWN LAUNDRY, Inc. Phone 2550 JANUARY Prices Greatly Reduced! "Buy Furs from a furrier" Phone 1233 THE FUR SHOP 16 E. Washington St. RECITAL GIVEN BY FAMOUS ORGANIST Local People Attend Program at Wilson College Saturday Virgil Fox,, Internationally-known virtuoso, gave a recital before an audience of distinguished musicians following the dedication ot the new four-manual Mpller pipe organ, in Tie Frank Thomson Music Hall at Wilson College, Chamberaburg, Pa., on Saturday evening. The new.Instrument, which was designed by Fox and built to his specifications, comprises four mau- ua! clavlera and . pedal clavier. There are seventy-seven .stops in all, including harp and chimes, twenty-seven couplers and four thousand pipes. Considered by Fox.one of the finest organs in the United'' States, this latest addition to the equipment of Wilson College and its music department has four expreS' sion chambers located above the auditorium with a tone-mixing chamber in front.of all the openings and a grill opening through Jje ceiling. . Mr. Fox's career has been marked by distinguished success within a •elatively short time. Since his return from Paris In 1933 he has appeared in twenty-lw( of the forty- eight states and in Canada. Pox organist at Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Mathlas P. Moller, Jr., were '-guests of honor at a reception given in the college parlors by the president, Dr. Paul Swain lavens and Mrs. Havens preceding be recilal. Mr. and Mrs. Moller, Jr., entertained at dinner at their home on North Potomac street Saturday evening the following guests: Dr. and Mrs. Percy Linebaugh, Sus- line menu and a large turnout Is anticipated. Larry Kuowles, who will direct this year's show will be on hand to outline the show to the members. The present setup calls for rehearsal ot the chorus Immediately following the banquet. All rehearsals will be held at Ihe club rooiuu. These banquets held before each minstrel are in the nature of a pep meeting and the chairman of the ticket and talent committees are expected to ask for the fiill cooperation of all the members. Mr. Kuowles Is 'expected In Hagerstown on the last of this month and will meet Immediately with the executive committee to outline plans for the show. The present setup for (lie show tails for two parts, with the llrst part of the show comprising of u revue, fealur- the outstanding characters In a newspaper omce, depicting each ndividual section of a newspaper, the social page, sport page, magazine section, etc., whila the second part will be a straight minstrel. This Is the same type o£ show presented by the club in past years which have proven quite popular with the Hagerstown theatre goers. •, The show will be held at the Academy Theatre, on February -1, 22, and 23, with popular prices prevailing. The entire lower floor will be reserved while the balcony will be general admission. Tickets will be on sale shortly and may be secured irom any member of the Alsatla Club. Work has already started on the souvenir program which will be d in connection with the show. Tills will outline the show, club activities, roster, advertisements and jokes and stories on the club members. a double box-plait across the back. Tire n 'thered cunning sleeves have plaita at Ihe shoulder. This smart easy lo make dress is powder blue cotton percale with deep navy blue trim. The buttons down (be back repeat the blue col- : or. Mummy will enjoy sewing It and will use the pattern again and choose a gay Tyrolean cotton print n red : and white with bright red . Irim. H requires jnat Lhe minimum of material and cost so little. Style No. 1085 is designed for sizes 2, 4 and 6 years. Size 4 re- : tjuires 1 G-8 yadra ot 30-inch mate- •ial witli 1-2 yard of 3!i-inch con- raallng. PRICE OF PATTERN, 15 cents, (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Pattern Mail Address: N. V. Pattern Bureau, The Morning Herald, Suite 1110, 220 East New York, N. Y. 42nd Street, 1665 COMING EVENTS quebanna University; Mr. Albert Whitham, ot New York; Mr. Alex- antlsr "McCurdy, of Philadelphia; Mr. an.d Mrs. Herbert Monroe Rldgely, Mr. James McLaln, of Washington,. D. C.; Mr. W. Riley Daniels and Mrs. Walter J. Mac- Kenize. A number of Hagerstown people as well as musicians from Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Washington attended the recital. Slice roast into thin slices and reheat it in a barbecue sauce. Since the meat is already cooked, it needs only reheating. Longer cooking is undesirable. Jan 17—Alsallu Club monlhly meeting, at club rooms. Jan. 20 — .Lecture ou Current Events, Mrs. Georgelle Howard, Women's Club. , Jan. 20—Johns Hopkins Club of Washington County, dinner, Women's Club. Jan. 24 — Motion pictures of China, Japan and Manila, and recent trip to Ihe Orient by Mra. H. K. Powles, St. Paul's M. E. auditorium, '7:45 p. m. Jan. 25—Annual Meeting Wasb- Inglon Counly Council oC Boy Scouts. Jan. 27 — Annual Washington Counly Farm Bureau Meeting, Hotel Alexander. Jan. 28—President's Bail. Feb. 8.—Concert, St. Olaf'a Choir, St. John's Auditorium. Feb. 9-11—"Scoul-0-Rama," the Armory. Feb. 30 — Klwanla Club ladles night, Alexander Hotel. Feb. 11—Women's Club reception and dance. Feb. 17-18 Potomac Playmakers, 8tr..t Addrttc cltj Style No. 1665, season ticket play, "The Shining Hour." Feb.. 21-23 — Alsatia Minstrel show, Nlxons Academy. Feb. 24—Hagerstown Symphony Orchestra Concert. Kindly list all functions with the Chamber of Commerce, Telephone 2015, before the first ot each month if you desire them carried In this column. The Chamber is not responsible for holding a date as this service in only for the nurpoae of r.ecord- Ing and publishing datei. BANQUET IS GIVEN BY CHURCH CIRCLE Program Is Given at the Roxy Restaurant on Thursday The members of the Helping Hand Circle oE the First Chrisllai church and their guests were enter tained at a banquet held by th class on Thursday evening at th Hoxy restaurant. Mrs. Carrie Ciarkson, teacher, gave an address ot welcome and acted as toasdnla tress. Joy was the theme of the evening and as each speaker was In troduced he lold of the joys of his life. The Rev. William M. Norment was the first speaker and he was followed by Mrs. Norment, Harry Suavely, superintendent of the Sunday school; Kenneth Adams, assistant superintendent, and Mrs. Nena Purdham, president of the class. Several readings were given by Joyce Foreman and gifts were exchanged by the secret sisters. New sisters' urines were drawn for (lie coming year. Plans were made for sponsoring a group of Frederick entertainers on Friday, January 28. Those who attended the banquet were: the Rev. and Mrs. Norment, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arusparger, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rohrer, Mesdames Carrie Clarksou, Annie Beeler, J. C. Bounds, Elmer Baker, Ruth Foreman, May Clark, Vennie Mozingo, Mildred Martz, Myrtle Cra- blll, Catherine Snuin, Rama Nel- rayer, Stella Lohr, Myrtle Talbert, Anuie Shingleton, Mattie Judd, Lela Rohrer, May Neikirk, Fannie Wolf, Nena Purdham, Eflie Shue, Nettie Warble, Mollie Moats and Grace Keller; the Misses Thelma Shingleton and Joyce Foreman; Henry and Harry Suavely and Kenneth Adams. We Will Continue Our 25% Discount On Better Dry Cleaning k Until further notice We offer you the fine«t cleaning service possible—one of the largest and .most modernly equipped plants In the 8t«t« of Maryland. ; The Same Quality Work That Has Made Our Name Famous In Four States The Troy Laundry Co. LAUNDERERS, DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS PHONE 986 —987 L MEETING OF LOYAL DAUGHTERS IS HELD The Loyal Daughters claas of the First Christian Sunday school held a meellng at the home of the teacher, Mrs. Joseph Cumiskey, North Potomac street. Thursday evening. Games and refreshments followed the business meeting. Those present were: Thelma Davis, Nannie Ruth, Banian Harper, Helen Lowry. Elsie Weller, Carrie Nnnamaker, "earl Summers, Pearl Crosswhite, Georgia Marsh, Lola Lumm, Ruth Cllne, Pauline Roberts, Elhel Newcomer, Jean Summers, Frances Whilmer and Velva Mclson. Behold! A Mystery! There la no Yeslerday! That which we call by that name, Is but a Morrow that came, Then went Its way! What of Tomorrow?—for whose dawning We fondly hope and pray, Only to find that, when it comes, It. is again Today! And so—wft learn at last that o Life's way, There Is but Today! WALTER ESMER. PLANS MADE FOR COSTUME PROGRAM Junior Music Club Hold Monthly Meeting on Saturday The monlhly' business ineetln of Ihe Junior Music Club sponsoi ed by Ihe Treble Clef Club wa: held Saturday afternoon in Ihe auditorium of St. Paul's M. B Church. Plans were made for i costume program and an infornia tea achednied for February. Immediately after the business meeting the following program was given: Pimio duet, ".Invitation (o the Dance" by von Weber, Haze and Ellen Stouffer; piano,. "Waltz Caprice" by Eichbarn, Winifred e; piano, "Nola" by Arndt, Margaret Brown; soprano, selections from "The Chocolate Soldier" and "May Wine," Helen Hebb; piano, "Song of India" arranged by Os- lerle, Martha Trace; piano, "Air de Ballet" by Chamiuade, Dorothy Heckman; piano, "A La Bein Aimee" by Sclmett, Genevieve Fleming. Mrs. Joseph C. Byron and Mr: Garland Groh, members of th Treble Clef Club, were guest art- sts on the program and ' played 'Spanish Dances" by Moskoski. TO STAGE HUNT SELECTED CHAIRMAN Stuart Warrenfeltz, ot Funks- lown, -who Is a \juulor at Gettya burg College, has been aelecled chairman of the Junior Prom to be held Friday, February ^. This Is Ihe largest dauce of the school year. NOTICE! The Maryland State Board of Hairdressers will hold their Semi-Annual Examinations on January 20-21. DOROTHY DERMODY SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE 25 North' Potomac Street Centrevllle, Mil., Jan. 16, (IP).— J.'he Upper Eastern Shore Coon lunters Association will "stage" a iuut after the annual club dinner t Crinnpton next Friday night. A accoon will he released near the own and the hunters will take up he cliase with their dogs after an nterval brief enough so the 'coon an not give them the slip. Dice the left-over roast, combine it with a cream sauce, and serve in patty shells or on halting powder biscuits. Left-over vegetables such as peas and carrots, it there Is not enough to serve separately, are often added to the creamed meat. DINNER GIVEN ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. William Lehman, Sr., Observe Golden Wedding Mr. and Mi's. Hubert W. Tom entertained at a dinner yesterdn at their home, near Benevola I honor of the fiftieth wedding au nlversary of Mrs. Toms' - parents Mr. and Mrs. William B. Lehmai Sr.,- of Held. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman were mai rleil on January 17, 1888 at Berry vllle, Va. The home was beautifully deco •ated with cut flowers and ferns Decorating the table was a larg> lake topped with a miniature bridi and groom. A turkey dinner was served the 'ollowlug: Mr. aud Mrs. Willlair B. Lehman, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wil lam B. Lehman, Jr., Lester Leh nan and sou, Bobble, of Reid; Mr nd Mrs. J. Henry Lehman, Joht nd Jean Lehman, of Bridgeport Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lehman au( aughter, Phyllis, of Chewsvllle: VIr. and Mrs. John R. Fisher and hlldren, Charlotte aud Billy, this ity and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 'oius and son, Lehman Toms. DUPLICATE BRIDGE IS PLAYED AT CLUB Miss Anna Katherlne Roulette ud Mrs. Kenneth McLaughlln ire North and South winners of 10 Hageratowu Duplicate Bridge lub ou Friday evening at Foun- din Head Country Club. Mrs. Edar Jones and Mrs. H. H. Gorman ere East and West winners. The next of the series will be layed ou Friday, January 21, at Fountain Hetid Country Club. .WEDDING ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Rowe, of Huyetfs, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Leila Bell Rowe, to Lewis E. Shank, the sou of Mr. and Mrs. JIarry Shank, of Clearsprlug. The wedding took place ou August 1.0, 11137, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Paul H. Ulelchuer at the Evangel!; cal Lutheran parsonage In Frederick. Mr. Shank is the proprietor of the Esso station at Conoeocheague. 'C. D. A. PARTY Mesdames McGIuley, Hoover, Alexander and Rummel will be the hostesses an Tuesday night when the Catholic Daughters of America will hold a card party at the Western Enterprise hall at I o'clock. WOMAN IS A FASHION PIONEER By LILLIAN CAMPBELL Madame Marge, known to th fashion world as "Marguerite," has been a pioneer In the America] fashion world. She has won man awards and honors for her achieve meuts in the designing of clothes She has done ranch to encourage the American textile manufacture] to raise the standard of "quality' in his fabrics, gaining for him the national and International recogni lion which ho has today. "Marguerite" is also much be loved by the universities o£ the middle west because she has helped them in the organization of needle craft departments, Madame Marge has designed clothes for many of America's best dressed women. an:l gowns, that she has designed have been worn Lo many of the largo balls, recep- .ions and other social functions of nternational inlportance held in Washington and otbov fashion cen ers. Hollywood Fashion Advisor For the past few years she has >een a Hollywood fashion advisor, with studios in Chicago—a famous .ddress in the well known "gold soast" section of that city. Chicago is a meeting place for Tollywood and New York as It laves about I wo days' time be- weeu either point. The timing ilement is an important factor In aslilons. With Ihe advent ot tech- licolor films. Madame Marge says [esigners will have to be highly pecialized in the correct use of olor. Recently Madamo Marge devel- ped a collection of models, rang- MADAMK MARGE ng from sports dresses to evening clothes, of batik, which is made by .he natives of Java. The Javanese ake a piece of cotton material, isually hand woven, and apply an elaborate design by means of hot vax. These lengths ar3 used by the natives for their "sarong," which s their native costume. Couple Married Sunday Morning Miss Evelyn Weber, daughter of Irs. Charles Brewer and Clifford rim in, sou of Mrs. Kdltii Grimm ere imirried Sunday morning at o'clock in the St. Mark's Luthor- 11 Church. The Rev. Hoy L. loop performetl [he double ring 3reinony. The nuptial music was.played by iss Helen Unseld, church organ- t. The bride wore a dreaa oC du- onnet print and brown acces- ories and corsage of talisman >ses. Miss Katherine Shenk, as maid : honor, wore a dress of navy ue with matching accessories id a corsage of rosebuds. Charles MacDonaid acted as best man. Immediately after the c-.c 1 - »'i"the couple Jeft for a short motor trip. SURPRISE DINNER PLEASANT AFFAIR Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Emei sou entertained at a surprise dii ner party at their home on Wes Howard street on Friday evening i lonor of the 35th wedding annlvers ary of Mrs. Emerson's parents, Mr and Mrs. Leiwy E. Jennings, o Brownsville. Pink roses and white tapers dec orated the table where a turke; JInner was served. The gneats were: Mr. and Mrs rennings and sons, Mark and Clark and Hubert Jennings, of Browns ille; Mrs. Harry E. Snyder, Clyde 'otter, F. S. Bowman, C. Earl Kel ey and Miss Dorothy King, thi My, Mrs. Bessie, Emerson and Mrs Bertha Daley, Willlanisport; Mr ind Mrs. Ezra Baker, Keedysville he Rev. and Mrs. Mark Jenkins Brunswick, and Miss Palsy Anne meraon. Natural Bridge SHOES $5.50 ARROW SHOES 25 W. Washlnaton St. See' Hagerstown's Largest Display of Good Furniture at Reasonable .Prices MEYERS & BERKSON, Inc. 41-43 W. Franklin St. Prices Slashed 3-DAY SALE MOM. — TUE. — WE6. ese hurcl very srnn)l cost, They are worlli voco Flexible Hlioukpri V-FLEXI0LE SHOCK-PROOF GLASSES »roor jcliiHMeM, tl»»lK»«a 1o mtnlinljtn Ion« "breaking:, offered TITKKK tMY.S 6NIM', complete with modern llrxllilo niaiintlngH and Torlc Ifmnen, nil for only |2,87, BnrljiMon of l CREDIT IF DESIRED NO EXTRA CHARGE 10-DAY TRIAL Woar them 10 dayu for near or far vlHlon. If not nonvlncfld, your inonny will tin cjicprfnlly refinidoil. NATIONAL OPTICAL STORES CO. 14 Publlo Square Open every evening until 8:30 Pi M. ANNOUNCE BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. William D. Byron announce the birth o£ a sou at their home in Williamsport on Saturday morning. He will be named' Louis McComas, for Mrs. Byron's mater- nal grandfather, the late United States Senator Louis E, McComas, of 'this county, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Johns, Sly Mujberry avenue, announce the birth of a son at the Washington County Hospital Saturday. Mr. aud Mrs. David Knode, 61 X T orth Cannon avenue, announce the birth 'of a son on Jan. 15. N. E. Con Public SquareJ New Location WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop «8.25 Kuj-w ibl* Fine jftleulrlu Henilnnf Pad rtOc Dfm'ii—IJnlimce >f<vnllily V1ODERN APPLIANCES, Inci 40 S, Potomnc Si. .Phone 2541 Holers (own, Mil. SALE Nunn-Bush OxfvtcL, SAVE NOW! 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