The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 4, 1939 · Page 6
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P x ') S" nx THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939. m*w« t« •• carried om thU •!! MlM PcBL&I*vtoa *t jthonc twe«m 8 «»* 11 «. »., S to 4 And Cliib Interest NOTICE: Tfo weddliiira, euicutf:emeiit«. or birth aiinuimcementii will be accepted 67 the Dolly Mail for publication •Itcncd or properly verified. CONCERT TO BE AUGUST 16 Community Sing To Follow Choir'* Program At New Park. Tim first concert to be staged in the new Pangborn -Park will take place o n Wednesday evening, August 16, at S o'clock, when the Hagerstown A Capella Choir will present a program of vocal music. A community sing, probably with organ accompaniment, is expected to follow. The choir will stand at one end of the park lake, around which benches will be placed. Not only "will the lake enhance the beautiful setting, but it will also serve as a sounding board to amplify the music. Selections from the program which, the group will sing at the New York's World's Fair on August 2? and 2S will make up the concert program. Another activity of the choir, before leaving for New York, will be an appearance at a large union service which is to be held in Chambersburg on Sunday evening, August 20. All of the programs are tinder the direction of Raymond K. HoUinger. Lyman H. Reamer has returned to his home on South Prospect street after visiting in East Orange. N. J. R. K, Kepler, Gay street, is at the hospital in Brunswick, Md., where he will undergo an operation for the removal of a thyroid gland. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ridenour, North Locust street, have returned from a trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls, N. Y. They were accom- ! panied by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ridenour, of New Market, Va. Bobbie Clatterbuck, of Riieyville, Va., is visiting relatives in this city. Dr. Stehl Will Be Speaker At Conclave Kev. Dr. Walter Byron Stehl, chairman of the advisory council of the Hagerstown Chapter, Order of DeMolay, will conduct vesper services at the Masonic Temple Sunday evening, September 3 in connection with the State Conclave to be held in this city over the Labor Day week-end. Dr. Stebl has been serving the DeMolay since its organization here in 1923. He was chairman of the first Council from 1923 to 1926. He is a member of the Concordia Blue Lodge of Baltimore and the Knights Templar and St. Bernard Commandery of Hagerstown. as well as an honorary member of the DeMolay Association of Hagerstown and the Maryland State Conclave. He was chaplain of the Concordia lodge for three years. Known as "Dad" Stehl to many of the present and former members of the- DeMolay, Dr. Stehl has been untiring in his efforts to make the seventh annual convention here & huge success. Robert Mtinson, East avenue, is spending the week-end in Front Royal, Va., where he is the guest of Thomas W. Baldridge, manager of the Skyline "Caverns. Miss Mary Jane Simpson, this city, is visiting her grandmother. Mrs. T'. A. Simpson, L/ibertytown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haines are quietly celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary at their home on South Mulberry street today. Mrs. E. M. Warrenfeltz has returned to her home after undergoing a minor operation at the Washington County Hospital. FINAL Close-Out SALE - of Millinery Consisting of bats, flowers, feathers, ribbons, velvet, veiling, floor and wall cases in good condition; hat stands ,roll-top desk. EVERYTHING MUST GO! 36 North Potomac Street Edward Bailey, Hamilton Boulevard, left today to attend the convention of the Imperial Palace, Knights of Khorassen. He will also visit friends in California and attend the San Francisco Exposition. Enroute home he will visit :he New York Fair. Miss Lorraine Baker, Central avenue, underwent a tonsils and adenoids operation at the Washing- .on County Hospital this morning. Miss Viola Grace Long, Hagerstown Route 1, had her tonsils removed at the hospital this morning. Mrs. H. M. Foreman and daughter, Miss Joyce Foreman, East Franklin street, have returned home after visiting in Glen Burnie, Baltimore and Sparrows Point. Md. Mrs. Amnion H. Kreider, South Prospect street, is spending several days in Harrisburg, Pa. The Misses Alice and Sarah Himelright, Summit avenue, will leave today for a vacation at Ocean City, Md. Miss Margaret Wolflnger, West Side avenue, will leave tomorrow to attend a convention of the Alpha Delta Sorority at the University of Maryland, College Park. Miss Leola Downin, Clearspring, has returned from spending her vacation at Blackstone, Va. J. W. Seaman, of Washington, D. C., is spending two weeks visiting relatives in this vicinity. NEW OFFICERS FOR ARCHERS Local Group Also Plans For Tournaments At Meeting. A reorganization meeting of the Antietam Archers was held at the Chamber of Commerce office on Thursday night when Charles -E- Plack was elected president to succeed Richard Phillips. Other officers chosen were: J. B. Ferguson, vice-president; Catherine Darby, secretary; Jane Showe, assistant secretary; John K. Baker, treasurer. Earl Widmyer was elected field captain, with W. F. Schilling as assistant. Jean Tenney, former national women's champion, was selected as lady paramount and she will be assisted by Doris Baker and Helen Kreh. Mr. Baker and Mr. Schilling were appointed a committee to suggest by-laws and it was announced that, at the unanimous wish of the group, Mrs. James Findlay is to be a permanent honorary member. Mrs. Findlay was a member of the first archery club in Hagerstown years ago. Plans for the Old Dominion Championship tournament, which is to be held here on September 3 and 4, were discussed and the following committee on arrangements was appointed: Earl Widmyer, chairman; W. F. Schilling, Katherine Tenney, J. B. Ferguson, Catherine Darby, C. A. Tenney and Don Kreh. A meeting of this committee, which is also to be in charge of the local tournament on August 20, will be held on Monday evening, August , at 7:30 o'clock. New Books On New Sports Head List Of Books Added To Library's Collection Dr. Hickernell To Be Guest Conductor Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Bendell, Jr., Broadway, left yesterday to spend the week-end at Virginia Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Craft and daughters, Mary Ann and Sarah Jane, have moved from this city to Van Xuys. Calif. Miss Sarah Jane Craft will return in the fall to complete her education at Frostburg State Teachers' College. LADIES, RUN ACT FAST — If You Love a Bargain! We've Got a Store Full of Them. DON'T WALK Stanley's 15 Public Sq. REMODELING SALE EVERY WASH DRESS SILK DRESS SPRING COATS WINTER COATS STOUT DRESSES MUST AT REDICIOUSLY LOW PRICES Thi* i* a Record Breaking Sale to give you a New and Bigger Stanley's, Another interesting concert was given by the Hagerstown Band at the City Park on Thursday evening to a large and enthusiastic audience. Playing some of the many requests that have come in, seems to please the crowd more and more at each performance, such as "The Merry Widow' by Lehar. the paraphrase on "Sweet and Low" by Bennet and the Famous Waltz Themes by Strauss. Several other numbers including popular 'hits of the day also were enjoyed by the audience. On Sunday evening, August 6, Peter Buys will present as guest conductor, one who has attained national recognition in band instruction and direction, Dr. Ross Hickernell, bachelor, fellow and master in the art of music. Dr Hickernell has been a member of some of the finest bands in the country, such as Innes' Band, in which he played first trumpet; Kryl's Band, solo trumpet; soloist, Mozart Club, Boston: concert soloist, Lyceum and Chautauqua; Instructor of music at Orchard Lake Military Academy: instructor, at Training School, Vineland, N. J.: instructor. University of Oregon, and a member of the American Bandmasters' Association. Mr. Hickernell will attend the Friday night rehearsal of the band in preparation for the concert Sunday evening at S o'clock. He will arrive here from Warren, Ohio, where he is on the faculty of Dana's .Musical Institute. The following Sun- clay evenin,s Mr. Buys will present the president of this institution. Dr. Lynn B, Dana; also as vocal soloist, Zona Miller Hall. Miss Betty Whit more has returned to her home in Charles Town, W. Va., after visiting friend here. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Myers and daughter, Nancy Kay, have re turned to their home in Smiths burg after spending a few days with Mrs. Myers' parents, Mr. am Mrs. Van Itnyre. McFaddin's Sport Shop presented the Washington County Free Library with two new sport books. A revised edition of Richard S. Francis' "Golf, Its Rules and Decisions" and J. E. Devlin's "Badminton for All" are valuable additions to the library's collection. Recently the library had a display of sport books, and Mr. McFaddin realized the need for some up-to-date titles. The library purchased a new book on swimming, "The Complete Swimmer" by Ulen and Ellsworth Vines' "Quick Way to Better Tennis." In the Reference Collection there is a new book "The Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Poets: The Who's Who of American Poets." Those who are going hiking and picnicing will want to familiarize themselves with Oliver Perry Medsger's "Edible Wild Plants." So much has been written on the present situation in Germany that it is difficult to know what the actual situation" is. "Men Against Hitler" by Fritz Max Cahan tells of the movement now to overthrow Hitler. "The March of Mind" by F. Sherwood Taylor is a short history of science. An attractive title for an etiquette book for boys and girls of high school age was chosei by Laurence B. Gtjodrich, "Living With Others, a Book on Social Conduct." "Safe Conduct" is the title of Margaret Fishback's book on the same subject. Alfred Adler's "What Life Should Mean To You" discusses in twelve chapters: The Meaning of Life, Mind and Body, Feelings of Inferiority and Superiority, Early Memories, Dreams, Family Influences, School Influences, Adolescence, rime and Its Prevention, Occupation, Man and Fellow Man, and Love and Marriage. "Intelligence in the Modern World" is the title of John Dewey's book on philosophy. One quotation is used as the dedication "Let us admit the case of the conservative; f we once start thinking no one can guarantee where we shall come out, except that many objects, ends and institutions are doomed. Every thinker puts some portion of an apparently stable world in peril and no one can wholly predict what will emerge in its place." Science plays a large part in life today. An interesting book for a number of people is "Consumer Science, a Fusion Course in Physical Science Applied to Consumer Problems" by Hausrath and John H. Harms. "Bacteria, Yeasts and Molds in the Home" by H. W. Conn is the third revised edition of a standard work. Books of interest to the home- economics student are: "Girls and Their Problems" by Millicent M. Co^s and "Tailoring for Women" by Gertrude Mason. Those interested in the problem of soil conservation will find Paul B. Sears' "Deserts on the March" profitable and interesting reading. "Chemical Gardening for the Amateur" by Charles Connors and Victor A. Tiedjens is for those who are interested in the new hobby of gardening without soil. The many calls for poems by Edgar A. Guest has led to the purchase of his "Collected Verse." A valuable book for the library staff is Louis Shores "Basic Reference Books." Patrons may find it helpful to consult this as an introduction to the use of certain reference books. John Dale Russell's "Vocational Education" was published by the Government Printing Office for the Advisory Committee on Education. This gives an excellent summary of what has been done in the field and suggests definite plans for the future. J. Edgar Hoover's "Persons in Hiding" is a series of fascinating but appalling case histories of great criminals. "O. Henry Encore" is a collection of 0. Henry stories discovered by Mary Harrell in the files of the Houston Post and edited by her. Rental Collection. A number of new and interesting fiction titles and one non-fiction title have" been added to the rental collection. Alexander—American Labor Boo—Long Dream Bower—Singing Hill Byrd—Redlander Goclden—Black Narcissus Gollomb—Armies of Spies Jameson—Captain's Wife Meloney—Strange Victory Sherriff—Hopkins Manuscript. Shoe And Legging Picnic Tomorrow About 3,000 employes, members of their families and friends of the two local plants of the Hagerstown Shoe & Legging Co. will enjoy the annual picnic and outing to be held on Saturday at Pen Mar Park. A special train will convey the picnickers to and from the park, with the train leaving here at 9 o'clock Saturday morning and returning, leaving the park at 9 o'clock. A full program of events, including many contests, has been drawn up by the committee in charge which is composed of two employes from each department. Besides the many contests there will be some special features, in- chiding dancing in the pavilion at the park from 2:30 to 5 p. m. and appearance of "Little Miss Manbeck" during the intermission. Some of the contests will include pie eating, potato race, peanut scramble, balloon bursting, last finding, ribbon hunt, pie guessing, horse shoe pitching. Prizes will be awarded. There will be an attendance prize and prizes for largest family and oldest couple. Prizes will also be offered for couples which are the best waltzers and jitter bug dancers. BIRTHDAY PARTY. A surprise party was given Mrs. Joseph Duncan, of Foxville, in honor of her 70th birthday by her children recently. Music was furnished by Frank Munshour, of Pennersville, Pa. Dinner was served the following: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duncan, Roscoe Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan and sons, Guy and Robert; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ridenour and children, Betty Jane, Peggy, Junior, Douglas and Herbert; Mr. and Mrs. Aldine Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan, of York, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bowman and children, Stanley, Annabelle, and Betty Jane; Mrs. Hazel Shaffer .and children, Charles, Harold and Shirley; Mrs. Leo Wolford and children, Leon, Nora and Duncan; Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, of York., and Daniel A- Kendall. HOSPITAL TO GET FLOWERS Exhibit* Will Also Be Given To Old Folks After Show. All exhibits at the Gladiolus Show, which opens-at the City Park Mansion House tomorrow and continues through Sunday, will be taken to the Washington County Hospital and the Old Folks Home following the show, providing their owners do not wish to claim them. This plan was cai'ried out last year and has been continued because of the many expressions of appreciation which resulted. Exhibitors must have their displays in place by 11 a. m. tomorrow and the show will be open from 1 to 9 p. m. Saturday; 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday. Among the out-of-town exhibitors will be: Harold Higgins, of Eastern, Md.: George Wentworth, of Battle Creek, Mich.; E. A. Quackenbush, New Cumberland, Pa.; H. V. Wright, Edge-wood, Md.; A. M. Reeves and H. Sentman, Havre de Grace. Feature of the show will be exhibits of the King Midas gladiolus, the only commercial origination to be developed in Maryland. This prize glad is grown by its originator, W. G. Herridge. Final Recital Of Summer On Tuesday Bryan Barker's Carillon recital at Mercersburg Academy for Saturday, August 5, at 3:30 p. m. will consist of the-following: Bourree, Handel: Dance of the Bells, Truman; The Blue Bell of Scotland. Scotch Tune; La Paloma, Yradie; Marghaarita, Gounod; Fantalia and Minuet, Wambach; La Badine, Marpburg; Watchman's , Song Grieg. The last carillon recital of the summer season will be given on Tuesday, August S, at S p. m. Fall carillon concerts will begin on Saturday, September 23, at 3:30 p. m. YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING The B. Y. P. D. of the Church of the Brethren of Downsville will meet at the home of Mrs. Emma Long on Sunday, August 6, at 7 p. m. The meeting will be two weeks earlier in consideration ot Mrs. Long who has been ill for several months. INFORMAL PARTY. An informal party will be given by the town officials of Keedysville on Saturday afternoon on the lawn at the home of Charles Taylor. Prominent visitors at the Kecdys- ville Homecoming will be the guests. Twice Yearly SHOE SALE M--V G"'ng On She Made It Germany provides 3,101 and Italy 2,671 of Australia's population increase of 0,137 from immigration in 1939. ShoeSho* mo. Mips lUirinm Springer, TTngers- tcAvn, Route 2. has been a patient at the Washington County Hospital where sho underwent an operation for appendicitis. MORNING HERALD and DAILY MAIL DINNER SET COUPON CLIP A COUPON A DAY . . GET A UNIT A WEEK THIS COUPON £| and 4 others, with 49 cents : fg entitle the holder to any week's offer. If you order by mail enclose 15 ctnti txtra for posttg* to cover « radiutof I5O fnil«i from this offic*. ^^ Following a visit in New York, Norma Shearer, film actress, sails for a European vacation. Here she is hurrying aboard at the the last minute after almost missing the boat. (C.P.) DINNER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beachley entertained the Stouffer-Beachley bridal party at a dinner on Wednesday evening at their home at Reid. The marriage of Miss Lois Beachley to Mr. John Richard Stouffer will take place Saturday evening at the First Brethren Church. The home was decorated with bouquets of mixed garden flowers. Covers were laid for Miss Beachley, Mr. Stouffer, Mr. and Mrs. John Stouffer, Miss Beulah Stouffer, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Weaver, Misses Helen Rohrer, 'Frances Gower, Ethel Myers, Catherine Adams, Jane Carver, Ethel Lehman, Patsy Troupe, Mrs. Nell Garver. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Beachlcr, William Gower and Robert Deibert. Miss Alderton And Mr. Robertson Wed Mr. Gilbert V. Alderton, of Wyoming, R. I., has announced the niar- riage of his daughter, Miss Marie Cora Alderton, to Mr. Woodrow F. Robertson, of Cumberland, the son of Mr. Roy Robertson, of this city. The wedding took place at Winchester, Va., on July 14, the Rev. Lucius Bridges performing the ceremony at the parsonage of the United' Brethren church. Miss Ida Sheppard Is Guest Of Honoi A party celebrating the seventeenth birthday of Miss Ida Sheppard was held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sheppard, West Sid* aveiiue, recently. Games and refreshments were enjoyed by the following: Josephine Clark, Maryetta McKee, Nadene Cover, Evelyn Barger, Karen Sheppard, Rena Newlin, Doris Valentine, Katherine Boward, Betty Sheppard, Donald Kalbflesh, Svend Sheppard, Donald Kretzer, Bobby Stottlemyer, Junior Sites. Coleman Cover, Vernon Smith, Bob McGill, Carl and Russell Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Jenson and son. Kenneth, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sheppard. BOTTOM'S UP!J r**>> Ice Cola jL/^ 10c We start out with a giant glass. Then we add lots of real orange juice, lemon and sugar. It's swell! The Princess Next to Maryland Theatre $ $ $ $ $ $ $ VJ- DOLLAR DAYS FRIDAY and SATURDAY 379 Pairs Ladies* SHOES Formerly $2.50 and $3.95 PUMPS — STRAPS — TIES COLORS: Black — White Tan — Grey Biege — Blue " Pastel Colors MATERIALS: Gabardines — Patent and Fancy Leathers Pair All Sizes But Not In Every Style SALE STARTS AT 9:00 A. M. Arrow Shoe Store 25 W. Washington St. $ HONEST SAVINGS IN MAIDSTONE MID-SUMMER SALE CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY LOW PRICES ON GOOD YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO CHECK VALUES AT MAIDSTONE BEFORE YOU BUY CONFJURMM. A. F. MILLER— Chiropodist 19 Public Square Convenient Budget Payments May Be Arranged. Early American Solid Maple Bedroom Group Well-Styled Mahogany Pull-Up Chairs Beautiful Sheraton Mahogany Dining Room Group Chippendale Solid Mahogany Bed Room Group 179 99 75 75 Special Group Custom Made Sofas with Selection of Covers Living Room Chairs with Selection of covers g.95 74 .50 39 75 Sample Furniture At Less Than Manufacturer's Cost WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop N. E. Cor. Public Square MAIDSTONE 117 SUMMIT AVE. Interior Decorators and Home Furni«hers HAGERSTOWN, MD

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