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6 Clubwomen Plan War Bond Drive War Stamps and Bonds bought by Pennsylvania clubwomen from September 9 to October 9 will goj to purchase the Pennsylvania Federation bomber. Plans for the sale of a $300,000 bomber, to be named the Pennsylvania Federation of Women's Clubs were completed this past week when Mrs. Alfred A. Crooks, of Norwood, president of the Pennsylvania Federation; Mrs. Harry R. Wilson of Clarion, the Federation's finance chairman, and Mrs. Charles F. Forstall, of Pittsburgh, publicity chairman, met with members of the War Savings Staff in Philadelphia. Bonds of Series E and G will be sold to buy the bomber. Purchasers of bonds will receive certification of their purchase, reporting this to their club finance chairman. Mrs. Harry Wilson, who is chairman in charge of this sale, will be present at the six district meetings in September to discuss the sale of bonds and answer any questions. Each of Pennsylvania's 67 counties will have a quota, based on percentage of clubwomen, to be used as its goal for the sale of bonds. These quotas will be an nounced in a special War Service Supplement of the Pennsylvania Clubwoman which will be printed in August. . For the first time in the history of the Federation, there will be a summer edition of the Federation's official Tell Marriage Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Fredyth Louise Hassinger, N e w v i 1 1 e, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hassinger, to Staff Sergeant Frank I. Gelwicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell I. Gel wicks, Shippensburg. The ceremony was performed Tuesday afternoon, August 3, in Middle Spring Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Rea A. Warner. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Blaine D. Creamer, Jr. Mrs. Gelwicks was graduated from Newville high school. Sgt. Gelwicks, a graduate of Shippensburg high school, is stationed with a bomber squadron at Rapid City, S. D., where he and his bride will live. MID - SUMMER EVENT NOW at GOLD TONE HARRISBURG'S MOST MODERN PHOTO STUDIO vdw.v..vAvcilkha$i'' HELD OVER By Popuplar Demand OUR INVITATION SPECIAL Luxurious ENLARGEMENT Hand Colored in Oil and . 6 MINIATURES Artistically Mounted ALL FOR SC.95 COMPLETE So miny friends asked as la extend this (rand special that we're offering it all this week. Just think, a beautiful colored enlargement and six miniatnrcs at this small cost! Come in today! 4 PROOFS SHOWN THING AHEAD TO CHRISTMAS! Military and Naval anthoritie are insisting on ever earlier deadlines for gifts to service people. Be sure! Let us make your Xmas photos now. GOLD TONE STUDIO 21 N. Fourth Street PHONE 3 - 5285 Open 10 to 6 Daily Wed. and Sat. Open Until 10 Yvv X & i ' " I BilBllSs?'' I L 1 Fasnacbt Studio. PVT. AND MRS. F. C. FERRY Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Violet Mendenhall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mendenhall, Harris - burg, R. D. 3, to Private Frank C. Ferry, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Ferry, of Syracuse, N. Y. The ceremony was performed in Zion Lutheran Church on Sat urday, July 31. The Rev. Robert J. Wolf, pastor of the Lutheran Service Center officiated, and wedding music was played by Mrs - Eusene Early. Mr. and Mrs. Hugn McClymont sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown made with heart neckline, bracelet length sleeves and bouffant skirt of chiffon. A tiara of lace and orange blossoms held her fingertip veil, and she carried white roses. The maid of honor, Miss Mary Buck, was eowned in a twin model of yellow satin and chiffon with matching ribbon headdress Her bouquet was of talisman roses. Tapers were lighted by Mrs Marie Hardman, who chose a blue taffeta gown made with full net skirt, a matching ribbon headdress and a corsage of pink roses. Seaman Second Class George H. Mendenhall, brother of the bride, was best man, and ushers were Lewis Mendenhall, another brother, and Robert Hardman. Private Ferry and his bride will live at Harrisburg, R. D. 3. Pn vate Ferry is stationed at In diantown Gap. Miss Elleck Bride Of Pvt. Baugher The marriage of Miss Helene R. Elleck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wencel Elleck, 349 South Front street, Steelton, to Private Ervin S. Baugher, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin S. Baugher, 668 West Market street, York, was solemnized Saturday afternoon.' German Trinity Lutheran Church, Steelton, was the nuptial scene at 5 o'clock, with the Rev. G. G. Dietrick officiating. Mrs. Helen Stikl played the wedding music, and Miss Mary Jane Schmidt sang.. The bride wore a white satin princess style gown made with high round neckline and a lace collar, leg - 'o - mutton sleeves and a long train. Her fingertip veil was caught to a halo of orange blossoms, and she carried a round bouquet of white summer flow' ers and a white orchid. The maid of honor was Miss Frances Elleck, sister of the bride. She was gowned in fuschia chif fon made princess style, with sequin bodice, square neckline and short sleeves. She carried summer flowers and Talisman roses, and wore flowers in her hair. The bridegroom's uncle, Allen Taylor, was best man. After a reception at the home of the bride, Pvt. Baugher and his bride left for a wedding trip to Baltimore, Md. The bride chose a powder blue gabardine suit, an off - yellow hat and an orchid corsage for traveling. Mrs. Baugher, a graduate of Steelton High School, is em ployed in the engineers service at the Middletown Air Service Command. Pvt. Baugher, who was graduated from William Penn High School of York, attended Springfield College, Mass. He is stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C, and he and his bride will live in Columbia, S. C. for the present. Miss Evelvn Long To Wed Sergeant Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Long, 1612 North Sixth street, have an nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Evelyn J. Long, to Sergeant Irvin O. Shepler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin F. Shepler, 2220 North Sixth street. The betrothal was told recently at the junior camp of the board of education of the Methodist Church, at Newton Hamilton. Miss Long, president of the Harrisburg Symphony Choir, was graduated from William Penn high school. She is superintendent of the Young Peoples' Division of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church. Sgt. Shepler, who is sta tioned at Officers Headquarters, Camp Hood, Texas, was formerly employed by Food Fair, Inc. Benner - Avers The wedding of Miss Edna - Janet Ayers, 619 North Second street, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ayers, Wilkes - Barre, to Staff Sergeant George P. Benner, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Benner, of Mc - Alisterville, took place July 29 in McAlisterville. The Rev. C. C. Bossier officiated, and attendants were Miss Ann Jacobs and Lloyd Shellenberger. ; Mrs. Benner is employed in the State Department of Revenue. Ser geant Benner, who was formerly employed in the Department of Revenue, is stationed at Fort Leon ard Wood, Mo. Miss Ruth Twitchell, of State College, who has been the guest of Miss Dorothy Yoder and Miss Doris Wolfe, Bellevue Park, left Saturday. She was a classmate and a Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority sister of Miss Yoder at Penn sylvania State College. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Wolfe. Bellevue Park, have as their guest, William Scarborough, of State College, who arrived Saturday. Interesting newcomers in the city are Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burns, who arrived Thursday from Washington, D. C. Mr. Burns is THE HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1943 Although the Sally Harris Letter will not appear for several weeks while "Sally" vacations with her family, social activities and vacation news will be recorded in a dairy. There are many interesting guests in the city this month, and industries and service centers m this area have brought newcomers who will be received with enthusiasm. in State Selective Service Headquarters with Colonel Richard K. Mellon, who arrived this month as director of Selective Service Mr. and Mrs. Burns are making their home at 605 North Seven teenth street. Mrs. Alfred Lowenstine re turned yesterday to her home in Philadelphia after a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Yoffee, 2415 North Second street. Colonel and Mrs. Samuel W. Fleming. Jr., and Samuel W Fleming, III, of Hidden Valley, left today for a stay of several weeks on Nantucket Island. Dean J. Thomas Heistand, a bishop - elect of the Episcopal Dio cese of this city, and Mrs. Heis tand. 215 North Front street, have returned from a short visit with their son, Pfc. Joseph Heis tand, stationed at Shenango. Ensign John A. Vanderslice, Jr., USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Vanderslice, 218 Vineyard road, Bellevue Park, reported to f at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. He was recently graduated from Columbia University Midshipmen's School. Mrs1. Solomon Hurwitz, 2971 North Second street, left today for Ventnor to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lehrman, who are there for the season. Among the interesting guests in the city has been Miss Seelye Hiltz, who returned yesterday to her home in Garden City, Long Island, after a visit with Miss Emily Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Walter Long, River road. Captain and Mrs. Forbes R. Mc - Creery are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter at the Post Hospital, Carlisle Barracks, Saturday, August 7. Mrs. McCreery is the former Miss June Harris, daughter of Col. and Mrs. John I. Harris, with whom she makes her home. Capt. McCreery, the son of Mrs. Forbes R. McCreery, of Cornwall, Conr., and the late Dr. McCreery, is stationed with the field artillery at Camp Hale, Colo. Mrs. Claude E. Brinser, 2404 Derry street, is enjoying a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seals at their summer home near Princeton - on - the - Lake. Mrs. A. P. Drayer, 3 North Fourth street Steelton, left this r - .orning for a visit with her son - in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brubaker, and another daughter, Mrs. William P. Myers, of Rome, N. Y. Mrs. John R. Lucas, 1614 Park street, left Friday for Denver, Colo., where Mr. Lucas is attend ing aerial photography school at Lowry Field. Mr. Lucas is an in structor at the Pennsylvania School of Aeronautics. They will return Monday, August 23. Mrs. George Heilner, 1925 Logan street, is the guest of her brother, E. J. Jeffries, Wood Lawn. She also plans to visit her son, W. O. Heilner stationed at a Navy Yard, near Wood Lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Bonsall, Pittsburgh, have returned to their home after spending the week with Mr. Bonsall's brother - in - law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Plack, 330 Kummel street. Mrs. Plack entertained at dinner Thursday evening in their honor. Mr. and Mrs. Silom S. Horwitz, and their infant daughter, Judith Sylvia, of Presque Isle, Maine, forr - lr of this city, are vacationing with Mr. Horwitz's mother, Mrs. Lena Horwitz, 1250 Monroe street. Patricia Lindsey Beautty and You Adolescent Girls Should Learn Preventative Skin Care A special lotion is an excellent cosmetic for an adolescent. It corrects acne and keeps skin clear Miss Slick is Wed In YIVCA Chapel Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Margaret E. Slick, of the Y. W. C. A., daughter of W. H. Slick, Pittsburgh, to Sergeant J. William Gray, of Indiantown Gap, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet J. W. Gray, of Pickering, Mo. The ceremony was performed at 1.30 o'clock Saturday in the chapel of the Y. W. C. A., by the Rev. Alfred B. Haas, acting pastor of Grace Methodist Church The bride wore a powder blue sheer wool gown, with dark blue hat and corsage of gardenias and roses. She attended Grove City College and is in the Bureau of Vital Statistics at the Capitol. Sergeant Gray attended the Pickering high school. Sergeant and Mrs. Gray went to Philadelphia for their wed ding trip. . Gets Planning Post Floyd A. Carlson, former execu tive director of the Harrisburg Regional Planning Commission, has been elected director of the Niagara Falls City Planning Com mission. The Harrisburg com mission ceased functioning when the City Council withdrew its financial aid. He came to Harris burg from Wisconsin, September 29, 1941. Another Mistake An unidentified woman, mis taking a fire alarm box lor a mail box, called seven fire com panies' to Crescent and Mulberry streets Saturday evening after she pulled the alarm lever down, police said. Swimmer Hurt Mary Sides, 33. 48 Jay street, Highspire, suffered a fractured left ankle while swimming at Hershey yesterday. She was treated at the Harrisburg Hospital. There is something very fas cinating about mother's high - heeled slippers and her make - up to an adolescent girl. She longs to wear one and use the other! But foolish is she if she begins using cosmetics and make - up in tended for fading beauty and for skins much tougher and older than her own. The young girl from twelve to twenty should learn how to keep her skin clear and beautiful and how to avoid that dreadful stage called the "acne stage." Using a little common sense and taking time out every day for cleanliness, any girl can grow through her adolescent years as a beauty, instead of as an ugly duckling with skin blemished and unlovely. It may be hard to give up sweets. But it is well worth it. A nice dessert is permissable, but candy snacks, sodas, and cookies and all those things young girls like to eat between meals should be avoided. Menus should consist of hearty, well - balanced meals. Every day in one meal or another the adolescent should eat: whole grain in cereal or muffins; two fresh fruits or their juices; three fresh vegetables plus a baked or boiled potato; broiled or baked fish, meat or fowl absolutely no fried foods and no foods with rich, starchy sauces. The less starch the better. What you get in whole grain breads and cereals, baked potato and fresh vegetables are quite sufficient. You need sweetening so take honey or mO' lasses instead of sugar on foods; and you need milk unless you are allergic to it. One pint a day at least, one or two pats of butter and one egg. If you stick to that diet, keep your bowels functioning normally by getting sufficient rest and exercise, you should have little trouble with your skin or your beauty! Remember sun shine is essential to all growing flowers, and the adolescent girl is a growing flower. In winter when sunshine is scarce or hard to take directly, the menus should be supplemented with a Vitamin D tonic such as cod liver oil. Vitamin B complex can also be taken from early fall to late spring. For skin beauty remember soap and water, morning and night, a good medicated acne lotion to banish the tiniest blemish the first day it appears, and if need be, a medicated cream to keep skin soft. After fourteen a girl could use a lipstick, but she will be a greater beauty for longer year?, if she will avoid other make - up and other cosmetics un til she is mature. "What wonderful skin" is the compliment people will pay you, too, if you keep your skin free of blemishes. Patricia Lindsay's booklet No. 601 "Acne Diet" rives you ' specific directions as to the foods to eat if you would have a clear skin. To obtain a copy send 10 cents (coin preferred) and a 3 - ccnt stamp to her, in care of this paper, P. O. Box 75, Station O, New York, N. Y. ; Becomes Bride of F. R. McLaughlin The marriage of Miss Doris Leoda Shields, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William I. Shields, 135 North Washington street, Gettys burg, to F. Richard McLaughlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc Laughlin, 29 South Fourth street, Steelton, was solemnized Saturday morning at 9.30 o clock. The nuptial scene was the Student Christian Association Chapel on the campus of Gettys burg College. The Rev. Robert Rau, secretary to the Rev. Dr. Henry W. A. Hanson, president ol the college, officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white velvalier brocade gown made with long sleeves and full skirt. Her lace - edged fingertip veil fell from a coronet of seed pearls, and she carried an old - fashicned bouquet of white flowers and a white or chid. The maid of honor was Miss Shirley Sherman, who was gowned in blue marquisette with matching veiled headdress. She carried white flowers? Charles David Dipner was best man. The bride's mother wore a blue and white sheer dress, white hat and corsage of red roses. Mrs. Mclaughlin, mother of the bride groom, chose a blue sheer dress, aqua hat and corsage of red roses. The bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Critchley, was attired in soldier blue, a white hat and a corsage of pink roses. After a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. McLaugh - li - and his bride left for a wedding trip to New York City. The bride wore a Navy blue and white ensemble and a white orchid corsage for traveling. Mrs. McLaughlin, who was graduated from Gettysburg High School, is employed in the publication department of the Middletown Air Depot. Mr. McLaugh - 1!' , a member of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, was graduated from Steelton High School and Gettysburg College. He also at tended Franklin and Marshall Academy. Summer Tea Held By 'Newcomers' Officers of the Newcomers Club entertained thirty - five mem bers and guests at a tea in Boyd Hall of the Y. W. C. A. Thurs day afternoon, Guests were greeted by Mrs. Roy Wiker, jfirst vice - president. Mrs. Charles Knight, program chairman, in troduced Miss Margaret Smey who presented a musical pro gram. Guests were Mrs. William Lance, Morristown, N. J.; Mrs. B. R. IButler, who has moved here from Kansas City; and Mrs. R. S. Bell who has arrived here from Scarsdale, N. Y. The tea hour was in charge of Mrs. L. C. Kimmer and her committee of officers. The next meeting will be helh September 16 in the Y. W. C. A. Lois Mae Brown Tells Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Brown, 2235 Lincoln street, Camp Hill, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Lois Mae Brown, to Kenneth G. Hadd, petty officer, second class, U. S. N. R., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Hadd, of Altburg, Va. The en gagement was told Saturday at a luncheon in the Plantation Room of the Penn - Harris. Miss Brown is a member of the junior class at West Chester State Teachers College. Petty Officer Hadd, who was formerly employed in Montpelier, Va., attended Coyne Electrical School, Chicago, 111. Here For Demonstration Penn State's mechanized labor atory will be in Harrisburg for a lecture demonstration on "Elec trons at Work" at the war training center in Edison Junior High School tonight at 8.30. The demonstration, presented for in struction of engineering classes and management war training program serves as an educational feature of the modern way of training jobs. Birth Announcements Mr. and Mrs. William W. Mc Kee, 308 Reno avenue, New Cumberland, a daughter, Karen Louise McKee, August 4, at the Harrisburg Hospital. Mrs. McKee was Miss Jane Lubrecht. Polyclinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Arch P. Werner, 1237 Kittatinny street, a son, August 6. Mrs. Werner was Miss Dorothy Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mravich, 557 South Fourth street, Steelton, a daughter, August 6. Mrs. Mravich was Miss Delores Zinko - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gahres, 2608 Walnut street, Penbrook, a son, James Allen Gahres, August 5. Mrs. Gahres was Miss Mae Wisler. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schwab, 3971 Green street, a son, Richard fchwab, August 5. Mrs. Schwab was Miss Leona Feldstein. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bupp, 9 Walnut street, Middletown, a daughter, Christina Louise Bupp, August' 5.N Mrs. Bupp was Miss Dorothy Brannon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bolton, 1729 Market street, a son, August 5. Mrs. Bolton was Miss Leona Eshenour. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sahd, 2131 Penn street, a son, August 5. Mrs. Sihd was Miss Barbara Sahd. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerhart, Dauphin, a son, August 6. Mrs. Gerhart was Miss Florence Earp. Ik" Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wolgemuth Miss Amanda C. Kraybill, daughter of Mrs. Virgie Krayhill, Grantham, became the bride of C. Arthur Wolgemuth, of Farn - hurst, Dela., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wolgemuth, Mt. Joy, Sun day, July 25, in the Messiah Bible College Auditorium, Grantham. The ceremony ' was performed by Bishop C. N. Hostetter, Jr., as sisted by the Rev. John D. Gar - man, brother of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Martin E. Kraybill, was attended b: her sisters, Miss Mary Helen Kraybill and Miss Gladys Kraybill. Flower girl was Martha Louise Kuhns and ring - bearer was Tod Minter. Ivan Wilgemuth, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and ushers were Homer Kraybill, brother of the bride, Lester Charles, Raymond Hess and Les ter Wolgemuth. Mrs. Wolgemuth attended Mes siah Bible College and is employed in the Revenue Accounting Department of the Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Wolgemuth, who also attended Messiah Bible College, is employed in Civilian Public Service, Farnhurst, Dela. Becomes Bride of Robert II. Saxton Miss Doris C. Goudy, 2334 Luce street, daughter of Mrs. Jennie E. Goudy,' 723 South Twenty - first street, became the bride of Robert H. Saxton, son of Mrs. Pensy Sax - ton, f,07 Hamilton street, yester day afternoon. The wedding took place at 2 o'clock in Westminster Presby terian Church, with the Rev. Newell C. Grime officiating. Paul Smith played the wedding music. The bride, who was attended by her sister, Mrs. Paul Deardorff, wore a white silk jersey dress, matching hat and a corsage of pink roses. The matron of honor was attired in a two - piece floral print dress of pink crepe, a white hat and a corsage of red roses. Mr. Deardorff, brother - in - law of the bride, was best man. ' A reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Deardorff, where Mr. Saxton and his bride will live. They went to Philadelphia on a wedding trip. Mrs. Saxton, a graduate of John Harris High School, is employed by the Christmas Club at the Telegraph Press. Mr. Saxton, also a graduate of John Harris High School, is employed at the Myers. Auto Parts Company. Wed in California Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Jean Derr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Derr, Millerstown, to Staff Sergeant Frank E. Flickinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Flickinger, Newport. The wedding took place July 30 in the Methodist Church, Petaluma, Calif., with the Rev. R. Orman Roberts officiating. Mrs. Flickinger, who is employed in California, was graduated from Millerstown high school. He and his bride will live in Petaluma, Calif., where he is stationed. I Miss Ella Barric Is Wed at Home Miss Ella Viola Barric, 642, Dunkle street, became the bride of Mirrel E. Adams Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at her home. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. Max Hall, pastor of Epworth Methodist Church. The bride, who was attended by he: - twin sisters, wore a blue en semble with an orchid corsage. Mrs. Daniel Chickerella and Mrs. Paul Henry wore twin model ensembles of blue with corsages of Talisman roses. Sgt. Chickerella was best man. Guests at the reception the ceremony were Mr. Mar - Neilson, Lieut. Norman Neil - and Miss Josephine Neilson, of California; Mrs. Salvitore Gen tile, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers, of Manheim; Miss Edna Peters, and Bruce Snyder, Carlisle; Paul Henry, Betty, Shir ley, Patricia, and "aul Henry, Jr., Miss Velva Stoner, Miss Ida Stoner, and Miss Freda Stoner, also of Carlisle; Miss Esther Mumma, Camp Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Keister, Mr. and Mrs. Nor wood Keck, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Polsky, Mr. and Mrs. Dory Peach, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barron, Joan, Fugene and Joseph Barron, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adams, Mrs Mina Anderson, Miss Evelyn Morrison, Mrs. Ethel Helfrick, Mrs. Marguerite Zimmerman, Mrs. Sara Brown, Miss Dollie Grubb, Edgar Risser, George Hocker and Howard Machamer. Mrs. Adams has been employed at the Pennsylvania Railroad sta tion. Mr. Adams is employed by the Reading Railroad. Give her a double thrill . . . select a bridal pair from these fine matched rings. 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Harry Leightly, State College, will be best man, and ushers will be the bride's cousins, Herman J. Weiser, Jr., and Warren G. Weiser, Jr. After a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Cpl. Wadsworth and his bride will leave for a wedding trip to the mountains near Atwaterville. Miss Weiser, a student member of the Wednesday Club, was graduated from John Harris High School and is employed at the ' Middletown Air Depot. She is director of the junior choir at Mt. Zion Methodist Church, Steelton. Cpl. Wadsworth a graduate of Lock Haven High School, was formerly employed by the Piper Aircraft Corporation. He is stationed at Olmsted Field. MANY WOMEN OVERJOYED OVER THIS "IMPROVED Modern New "BACTERIOSTATIC" .Hospital Tested With Splendid Results! Many doctors today recommend the regular use of douches for women who want to be refreshingly clean, for women troubled with offending odor, discharge and minor irritation. 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