The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 4, 1939 · Page 3
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939. THREE THE GAY THIRTIES Nominations Made By Fire Company; Election Scheduled Sept. 7. Some opposition will be offered on the ticket to be used in the annual election of officers of the Pioneer Hook & Ladder Co. at the election to be held on Sept. 7, according to nominations made last •vening at a regular meeting. There Till be no opposition for president as Hubert J. Stottlemyer will succeed himself for this post hut there will be opposition for treasurer, members of the executive committee and second assistant director. Three were nominated for treasurer and nine for members of executive committee with five to b* elected. The company last evening also Toted to hold the annual picnic and outing at Frank Grove's clubhouse along the Potomac river at Dam No. 4, on August 13. Nominations made last evening for officers are as follows: president, Hubert J. Stottlemyer; -vice president, Frank Mathews; secretary, A. L. Saum; treasurer, John Corderman, Oscar Corderman and E. E. Geary; executive committee, OrvIIJe McGill, Arthur Burkett, Ralph Sheeler, C. Paul Weaver, H. Leroy Iluth, Leonard ' Spangler, Robert Rohrer, L. G. Stouffer and John Rohrer; chief director, William Paulsgrove, to succeed himself; first assistant director, E. Raymond Clark; second assistant director, H. L. Basore and Claude Bhank. HERSHEYPARK 3* BALLROOM *3 | SAT., AUG. 5th AND HIS ORCHESTRA j Da/ictr* $1.00 Gilltry 50/ Plus t*x \ BAND 2 fo 4 P. M. D. S. T. STREAMERS BAN* •f Lancaster Delightful NIGHT BATHING POOL open til 10:30 P.M. HERSMEY PARK RESTAURAN^ ROOM and CAFETERIA j GOLF CLUB DINING ROOM j WARNER BROS. THEATRES MARYLAND LAST • TWO DAYS LOVE'S IN BLOOM for MICKEY RODNEY! "ANDY HARDY GETS SPRING FEVER" LEWIS STONE-MICKEY ROONEY CECILIA PARKER-FAY HOLDEN y WANT ME TO CUM5 UP ON THAT POOF AFTER YEP PAUL-WHAT'PEYA TRYIN' TO DO ? I AW-V'WOULDN'T NECK/ I ONLY 5PPAINED My Wf2|<5T WHEN I TRIED IT / THE FATAUIST CHARLES STARRETT HAS "MOUNTIE" ROLE IN "NORTH OF THE YUKON' Charles Starrett, Columbia Pictures' popular outdoor star, has his first role as a Northwest Mounted Police in the thrilling- film, "North of the Yukon/' showing today and Saturday at Henry's Air Conditioned Theatre, And like all "Mounties." Starrett gets his man, but not until the usual tracking-down procedure fails and Starrett and his commanding officer attempt a daring ruse which finally nets them the clever aud ruthless ring of fur thieves and murderers who have terrorized their territory. Seeu with Starrett are the Sons oC the Pioneers, radio's famous cowboy quintet and a popular feature of Starrett's past films, Lida Winters, Robert Fiske, Hal Talliaferro, Lane Chandler and others. Chapter six oC the serial drama. "Mandrake, the Magician," a cai - - toon and comedy are also on the program. The northernmost rookery of pelicans is on Royal Shoals, in Pamlico Sound. N. C. INFORMATION RIVIERA BEACH Call 352-W HAGERSTOWN COLONIAL TODAY — TOMORROW • Continuout 1 Till 11 P. M. P L • US CHAPTER No. 11 — "BUCK ROGERS" BETTY BOOP CARTOON GROUCH CLUB in "WITNESS TROUBLE" June Martel, Ray Corrigau and John Wayne are starred with Max Terhune in "Santa Fe Stampede," now showing at the Colonial Theatre. Fans of the Three Mesquiteers will greatly enjoj*- their latest western offering. HARDY FAMILY HIT BRINGS FAMILY BACK TO HOME TOWN After dude ranching, vacationing and going big-town in Detroit and Washington. D. C., in their six earlier pictures, the typically American Hardy Family move back to their home town. Carvel, for the lucky seventh Hardy Family hit. "Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever." which closes tomorrow at the Maryland Theatre. In this new picture., the most amusing- oC them all, Mickey Rooney, as the All- American boy, becomes a playwright and amateur stage star and complicates the hilarious plot by proposing marriage and elopement to his pretty high school dramatics teacher. While air castles tumble at xVndy's feet. Judge Hardy, portrayed by Lewis Stone, also lias his troubles when a pair of smooth swindlers almost fleece him and other loading citizens of. Carvel of all Iheir savings, nnt.il the judge stumbles upon a successful plan to recoup their combined losses. A 70-year-old man, Bert Loper, has recently shot the dangerous rapids ot the Colorado river. dl Gr*upR*t*S fUCNKTIA .. DANCING Fr»*Oc«nB*fhm<) From Hotel W ft FTC FOft ftOOKLET ANb rilMPEAM PLAN RATES W.^xt.'Scv^X. owxtn —\ Warner Bro*. ACADEMY STARTS TODAY OOMPH is Ann's greatest charm OOMPH is like He third alarm OOMPH is verve OOMPH is spire OOMPH is CONTINUOUS 11A.M. to 11 P.M. COOL AT ll€nRYC I I THEATRE *J TODAY and SATURDAY SHERIDAN DMK 1*0*11.1 -i.vii -P\«;F III-1 *:\ ItltoDt'KirH |<0\U H U> \'.VN III,KM JINMN'* MM I'M I- \I\MF MOMSflMK»M , \\|) Mil- M M«»N M |M Jl KW t. i M xMIMMN" PLUS — NEWS — NOVELTY VOTE FOR CONSIDERATION All • six Maryland Congressmen voted for consideration'of the administration's $800,0000,000 Housing Bill in the House yesterday. The House refused consideration by a vote of 191 to 170. PITTSBURGH, Aug. 4 (/P).—A train dispatcher talked for 20 minutes here to a youth who threatened to leap 175 feet from an Allegheny River bridge and then finally persuaded him to change his mind by offering him a cigaret. George J. McSteen, the dispatcher, said he decided to try the cigaret lure because he could not think of anything else to say. The youth, identified at the Northside Police station as Norman Whitehouse, climbed back over the railing and took the cigaret. A motorist first sighted the youth clinging by one hand to railing and stopped the street car on which McSteen was riding. The youth's father said the boy had been ill and vvouTd be placed in a hospital for observation. Prison Terms Are Given Local Men Two Hagerstown men were sentenced to terms in a Federal prison yesterday by Judge William G. Baker in Federal Court at Elkins, W. Va., for conspiracy to violate the Federal stolen goods act. Louis H. Andrews, this city, was sentenced to two years and Homer Vincent Hart, Jr., was given 18 months. Others sentenced in the same case were: Harry W. Sencindiver, Martinsburg, and Albert Scherr, Bayonne, N. J., two years each. They were charged with transporting auto upholstering material from the Dunn Woolen Mills at Martinsburg to New York. Sen- Vacations Will Be Given To Employes ANNAPOLIS, Md., Aug. 4 (£>).— Vacations with pay for state em- ployes paid on an hourly or daily basis were ordered—beginning next year—IJy the Board of Public Works Thursday. Employes who have worked six months or longer will be eligible for the vacation and sick leave. Each 160 hours of employment will entitle the worker to 1% days leave, thus making possible a full 15-day vacation given year-round worker*. The board ruled the employes were included in an act ot the last Legislature providing vacations and sick leave with pay for members of the State Merit System. Now that Ann Sheridan has been elected America's "oomph girl," statisticians have discovered that she has the ideal figure for redheads. Another characteristic of the typical film red-head—and this, believe it or not, is also part or Anderson's statistical dope—is the fact that they have husky throaty, velvety voices of rather low register. So, as you might expect, Ann has just that sort of voice. It was so effective—and some folk might say suggestive—that in "Naughty but Nice," her latest Warner Bros, picture, scheduled to open today at the Academy, in which she was originally scheduled to sing only two songs, she sings four. cindiver pleaded guilty and the others were found guilty after a long trial. Sim spots are dark, cloud-like regions from 500 to 50,000 miles in diameter. They last from a day to a week. HERE'S A BREAK FOR EVERY DAD— Every Pair Men's and Big Boys' White Oxfords are included in the BENTZ and DUNN AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE More Folks are enjoying the cool comfort of -The- Air Conditioned HOTEL ALEXANDER COFFEE SHOP Luncheon . . . 60c Dinner .... $1.00 WHAT DOES YOUR MAN THINK OF THE BEER yOU SERVE HIM? GUNTHER'SISPRY AND 8EER-Y- NO MORE OF THAT ORDINARY *$WEET«BEER FOR ME/ I WISH MORE PEOPLE KNEW HOW LITTLE ^ * THIS GLASS Of GUNTHSR'S COST* fT'SATREAT FOR REAL B£ER WNTHER'S APPETIZING FLA VOR SEEMS TO INCREASE MY INTEREST IN FOOD ITDOES'NT SEEM TO * FILL" ME UP... IT'S NOT m HE A vy .' DRINKERS. I 3- to ..?< see •Sss* m^i >cV-A \s 00 out of *,oU\A ^ .'••'.'$ V **V\1 >>vtf* 4 X MARYLAND IS FAMOUS FOR GUNTHER'S DRY BEER-Y BEER i\ i

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