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SIX THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1939. For n«w» to be carried on this , cull yUmm Pennlngcton ftt phone between 8 and 11 fi. XL,, 3 to 4 p. m. Events Social And Club Interest H O T 1 C E I Xo ircddijUKM. eiuraxemeiit* or birth nniiouncementM will be accepted by the Dnily Mnll for publication mile** Kilned or properly verified. COUPLE WED ON SUNDAY £ Miss Loudenslager Bride Of Mr. Waltz At Chewsville. A pretty wedding took place on Sunday morning at S o'clock at the Methodist Episcopal church in Chewsville when Miss Jane Loudenslager became the bride of Mr. John Waltz, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Waltz. The Rev. E. R. Andrews performed the ceremony. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Loudenslager, wore a dress of dark blue alpaca and white accessories. She is a graduate of the Class of 1939 at the Hagerstown high school. The couple left immediately after the service for a trip to the New York World's Fair and Niagara Falls. After August 15 they will be at home at Chewsville. Guests at the wedding included: Mrs. Margaret Myers, the Misses Gladys and Andrey Loudenslager, all sisters of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and daughter; Mrs. Naomi Blickenstaff, Mrs. Edward Evans, Mrs. Walter Baker and daughter, Betty; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Loudenslager. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Waltz and Miss Katherine Keefer. Philatliea Class Holds Election The Philathea Sunday school class of the Church of the Brethren held its regular meeting and the annual election of officers at a meeting last week. Mrs. Aaron Reecher was elected president; Mrs. Ora Zook, vicepresident: Mrs. Viola Groh, teacher; Miss Mae Perry and Miss Gamma Krider, assistant teachers: Mrs- Orpha Mowen, secretary; Mrs. Mae Giles, treasurer: Mrs. Viola Groh, pianist An old fashioned social followed the election of officers. The class will present a program at San Mar tomorrow night at S o'clock. The following will be the speakers: Rev. A. M. Dixon. pastor Church of Brethren, this city; Rev. .Raymond Shaffer, pastor of Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren; Mrs. Naomi Trent, formerly of Somerset, Pa., a licensed evangelist of the United Brethren Church of Home Missions. Mrs. Trent will talk on "Observations in Mexico." The public is invited. PLAN MEETING AT HAGER PARK The Women's Missionary Society of St. Paul's United Brethren church will hold a meeting at Hager Park tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. In case of rain the meeting will take place at the church. Special music has been arranged for the program and interesting "snapshots" of missionary work at home and abroad will be presented. Everyone is invited to attend. New Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Does not rot dresses — does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure white, grcaseless, stainless vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering, for being harmless to fabrics. 15 MILLION jars of Arrid have been sold. Try a jar today! ARRID At nil ctor*« M-lline ««ilrt £°o « ]*r («!M» in IQc and .>9c j«n^ CoNEflBMAL ices A. F. MILLER—Chiropodist 19 Public Square Charge Accounts Invited ! "A New Arrow Service" Arrow Shoe Store 25 West Washington Street WOMEN'S t HATS L, A B. Hat Shop N. K. Cor. Public $qu*re Social and Personal The Misses Mary Ellen Downs, Maud Conrad. Helen Brumbaugh, Hagerstown; Miss Hattie Landis, Halfway, and Miss Katie R. Bowser, Halfway, have returned from an automobile trip across the United States, during which they trav- elled 10,590 miles. They took the northern route to California, returning by way of the southern route. Mrs. Alden W. Smith and daughter, Priscilla Alden. of Forrest Hills. N. Y., are the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fulcle. Fountain Head Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shackelford and daughter, June, of Baltimore, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Harp, Chewsville. The Rev. David R. Petrie, of near Cearfoss, who was injured in an explosion of dynamite last week, has now recovered. Martin C. Bowers, of Fort George G. Meade, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Irene V. Bowers, this city. William H. Middlekauff, Clear- spring, is recovering from a minor operation at the Washington County Hospital. CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY George Hikes, Mason and Dixon. had his tonsils and adenoids removed at the hospital this morning. Willard S. Slifer. Jr., Moller Apts., is recuperating after a tonsils and adenoids operation. Miss Elizabeth Dallani, East Antietam street, is spending several weeks at Blue Ridge Summit. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Caura and daughters, Betty and Jane, have returned to their home at Fountain Head Heights after vacationing at Ocean City, N. J., where they were registered at the Hotel Flanders. William Hill, of Baltimore, is spending sometime in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Claude G. Myers and their niece, Miss Doris Hedge, have returned to their home on Guilford avenue after spending several day in Atlantic City. Mrs. Sue Himelright, Summit avenue, is spending ten days in Winchester, Va., as the guest of her son-in-law and daughter. Miss Dorothea C. Mask, South Mulberry street, left Saturday to spend a week with her aunt, Mrs. Charles Herpel, Riviera Beach. WEDDING ON OCTOBER 1 r ormer County Residents To Be Married In Tulsa, Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. Harry Francis en- Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence E. McClain and daughters and Mr. James Causher are spending two weeks visiting relatives in Canada. Miss Jean Suman, Randolph avenue, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Suman, Tilghmanton. Miss Mildred Feldman and Miss Marie Bragonier have returned from visiting the World's Fair, New York City. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Kemp Horn, North Potomac street, are spending the month of August at their country home near Ellicott City. PARTY HELD BY SOCIETY Mrs. Anna Finney and daughter, Jane have moved from South Mulberry street to 244 North Locust street. Group From Salem Church Entertained At Low- cry Home. The Missionary Society of the Salem Reformed church was entertained at a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Lowery, near Mason, and Dixon. A business session followed the serving of supper. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Larrick, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. George Keadle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Ringer, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morningstar, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Binkley, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Binkley, Mr. and Mrs. Beckley, Mr. and Mrs. Secrist and son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Everett, Mr. and Mrs. C. Heffner, Mrs. H. P. McLaughlin, Mrs. Ralph McCauley, Mrs. H. A. Fesperman. the Misses Jessie Maugans, Edith and Cora Johnson, Bettie Gray Fesperman, Catherine Fesperman, Dortha Burger and Nellie Burkett, and William Maugans. The Rev. and Mrs. F. G. Coleman, Dewey avenue, have been called to Zanesville, Ohio, by the death of the latter" s brother, Samuel E. Erskine. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Logsden, South Potomac street, have left for a trip which will include .he New York Fair, Niagara Falls and Canada. They will also visit Mr. Logsden's family in Brazil, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carder and daughter, Helen and Hetzel Shing- eton, of Romney, W. Va., have returned after being the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Shing- eton, Spruce street. They were accompanied back by Miss Hilda larter, who has been spending sometime visiting here. Mrs. Charles Powles and Miss Martha Ellen Eakle have returned to their homes on Oak Hill avenue after spending two weeks in Atlantic City. Mrs. Walter Ensminger and Miss Virginia Ensminger, North Locust street, have returneed from Ocean City, Md., where they, were the guests of Miss Doris Ensminger, who accompanied them on a trip to the New York World's Fair. F. Glenn Kidwell has been made manager of the Berkeley Springs branch of the Hoffman Chevrolet Company, this city. He was formerly connected with the Wilson and Pugh, Co., Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Sykes, of Allenhurst, N. J., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Sykes' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cooper, Sharpsburg Pike, en route to visit relatives in Madison, Wisconsin. ANNOUNCE BIRTHS. Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Roe, of Chewsville, announce the birth of a son at the Washington County Hospital. Mrs. Roe is the former Miss Velma Settles of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Max Spielman, 34C South Locust street, announce the birth of a daughter at the Washington County Hospital this morning State's Attorney and Mr Charles F. Wagaman announce the birth of a daughter at the Wash ington County Hospital Sunday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bowers Jr., Maryland avenue, announce the nrth of a daughter yesterday at the Washington County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Downey Williamsport, announce the birth of a son on Sunday at the Washington County Hospital. Many Prizes Awarded At Gladiolus Show V Which Was Viewed By Crowds Over Week-End ome in Tulsa, Okla., on Wednes- ay, complimenting Miss Thelma Herber, formerly of Boonsboro. and Ir. Raymond Showe Cromwell, ormerly of Sharpsburg, whose mar- iage will take place October 1 in "ulsa. Miss Herber is the daughter of Ir. Augustus Carl Herber, of Chiago. She is a gradual of the loonsboro high school and studied t the Sherwood Conservatory of lusic, Chicago. ... Mr. Cromwell, who is the son of leading variety is the Canadian The annual Blue Ridge Gladiolus Society show was visited on Saturday and Sunday by a steady flow of flower lovers. Over one thousand blooms of gladioli interspersed with other cut flowers were attractively arranged for exhibition on the Mansion House porch. This year the quality and colorings of the blooms were better than in previous years. Authorities report that gladioli have improved more than any other flowers in the past year and are used by the florist more than any others. There were blooms of the finest and most gorgeous colorings of yellows, pinks, reds, lavenders, white, etc., on display. Perhaps the fa. and Mrs. C. B. Roulette, of Sharpsburg, is a well known orches- ra conductor in the southwest. His enor voice is often heard in programs over Station KOME and he Iso teaches Italian to groups of p oung singers. The couple will honeymoon Maryland, returning to Tulsa November. in Vlyers-Grumbine Wedding Saturday Miss Geraldine Ruth Myers, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. William dyers, Fourth street, and Mr. Theodore Grumbine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grumbine, Salem avenue, were married on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. Paul E. Holdcraft, D. D., pastor of the Emmanuel TJ. B. Church, performed the ;eremony before an improvised altar of cut flowers. The bride was attired in a navy blue crepe dress with matching accessories and a corsage of roses. Mrs. Grumbine was graduated from the Hagerstown High School and has been employed by W. T. Jrant and Company. Mr. Grumbine s employed by the Hagerstown News Agency. After a wedding trip to Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Grumbine will reside at 222 East Antietam street. A reception was held following the ceremony on tne lawn of the home. Those present were: the Rev. Dr. and Mra. P. E. Holdcraft, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Corder, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Myers and children. Jane, Barbara Ann and Melvin; Mr. and pacardy and the second the minuet originating in Atlanta, Ga. The many large stately blooms of gladioli presented a picture of loveliness and the visitors marveled at the beauty of the arrangements. Judges included Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Reeves, Havre de Grace, Mr. E. A. Quackenbush, North Cumberland, Pa.: Mr. H. V. Wright, Edgewood, Md.: Mrs. E. N. Funkhouser, Mrs. Charles M. Danzer and Mr. W. G. Herridge, Hagerstown. The Kay trophy for the championship award for best basket or container was won by Dr. W. G Horst for a basket of the pacardy variety. Other championships were won by W. G- Herridge, the King Midas variety and H. S. Sentman, the non-member class. Prize winners were: Gladioli, Section 1— class 1— Mrs. John Miller, Charles Rummel, Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Keadle, Mr. and Mrs. Kauffman and sons, Bobby and Junior; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dusing, Mr. and Mrs. William Albert, Mrs. Walter Grumbine and daughters, Lois, Genevieve, Emmer June and Wilda; Mrs. Luther and daughter, Miss Cecelia Luther, Miss Ella Clopper, Mrs. Winebaugh, Miss Joe Spielman, Mrs. Grimm and children, Guennel and Carlos; Mrs. Beulah Harper, Mrs. Lona Rohrer, Mrs. George Bellomy, Mr. and Mrs. John Crable, of Baltimore; Miss Ruth Caskey, of Martinsburg, W. Va.; Miss Anna Clopper, of Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. William Myers and children, Eleanor and William. display cf 150 or more spikes, any varieties, W. G- Herridge and class 2, yellow; class 3, white, E. B. Sny- class 4, salmon pink, Dr. W. G. Horst; class 5, pink, E. B/'Snyder; class 6, light red, Dr. Horst; class 7, dark red, I. 0. Ash, Shepherdstown, W. Va.; class S, lavender, J. B. Riegrut; class 9, blue or violet, W. H. Slick; class 10, cream or buff, E. B. Snyrler; class 11. orange, I. O. Ash; class 12, smoky or any other color. Miss Mildred Bankhead and class 13, championship award for best spike, W. G Herridge; three spikes (one va riety) class 14. yellow, W. G. Her ridge; class 15, white, E. B. Snyder; class 16. salmon pink, Dr Horst; class 17, pink, and class IS light red, E. B. Snyder; class 20 lavender, R. C. Bayue, McKeesport Pa.; class 22, cream or buff, E. B Snyder; class 25, championship award for best spikes, W. G. Her ridge; six spikes (one variety) class 26, yellow, W. G. Herridge class 27, white, class 2S, salmon pink and class 29, pink, E. B. Sny cler; class 30, light red, Harry Sny- ler; class 31, dark red, Dr. Horst; ;lass 32, lavender, Rev. C. A. Frick, Downsville; class 34, cream or buff, B. Snyder; class 36, smoky or any other color, class 37, champion- hip award for best vase of spikes. VIrs. Harry Snyder; twelve spikes )r more (one variety), class 38, •ellow, W. G. Herridge; class 39, jvhite, E. B. Snyder; class 40, sal- non pink, Dr. Horst; class 41, pink, W. H. Slick; class 42, light red; lass 44, lavender, class 45, blue or •iolet, W. G- Herridge; class 46, cream or buff, E. B. Snyder; class 48, smoky or any other color, W. G. Herridge and class 49, championship, Kay trophy, Dr. Horst; third division — noh - members (single pike) class 50, yellow, A. M. Reeves, Havre de Grace; class 51, tvhite, Charles S- Wilson, Havre de Grace; class 52, salmon pink, H. S. Sentman, Havre de Grave; class 53, pink, Miss Mamie Long, Downsville; class 54, light red, W. Coakey; class 55, dark red, Mrs. R. Schmeckle; class 56, lavender, H. V. Wright, Edgewood; class 57, olue or violet, R. Schmeckle; class 58, cream or buff, H. S. Sentman; ;lass 59, orange, A. M. Reeves: ;lass 60, smoky or any other color, H. V. Wright and class 61, championship award, H. S. Sentman; three spikes (one variety), class G2. yellow, class 63, white, A. M. Reeves; class 64, saimon pink, R. Sclimer.kle; class 65, pink, A. M Reeves; class 66, light red, H. S. Sentmau; class 68, lavender. Miss Mamie Long; class 69, blue or violet, class 70, cream or buff and class 72 smoky or any other color, A. M. Reeves; class 71, orange, R. Schmeckle; class 73, championship award for best spike, R. Schmeckle; class 73-A, best vase 6 spikes, CR. Wilson and class 74, best vase or container, Til Mongan. Four division, three spikes: H. V. Wright, A. M. Reeves, Charles J. Wilson; Fifth division, novice class: Clarence Weller, H. W. Slick and Ernest Martin; Sixth division: Mrs. J. Reigrut, Mrs. Roy Palsgrove and C. A. Frick; Seventh division: E. A. Quackenbush, H. V. Wright and A. M. Reeves. Section Two, dahlias: Grove Dahlia Gardens, Pleasant View Dahlia Gardens and Doyle Dahlia Gardens of Boonsboro. Section Three, miscellaneou flowers: roses, R. J. Trumpower; zinnias. Mrs. Roy Palsgrove; marigolds, Mrs. Roy Palsgrove, Mrs, H. M. Foreman and Miss A. Krider, Section Four, potted plants Charles Zahn. The championship cup in the novice class was won by Harrj Slick, who exhibited the best single spike in that class. Miss Beachley Wed Saturday becomes Bride Of Mr. Stouffer At First Brethren Church. W. E. Fritz, 301 Bryan Place, this city, won honors in Scranton, Pa. according to Dean R. T. Strohm, of International Corresponde nee Schools who issued a diploma to Fritz. The director of the schools of shop practice declared Fritz's final examination showed an unusual understanding of the subject. Richard Wolfinger and Carl Hamburg left for two weeks at the World's Fair. They will return by way of Atlantic City. WEINER ROAST IS HELD AT PEN MAR A wiener roast and outing was held at Pen Mar on Sunday with the following present: the Misses Louise Novinger, Pauline Reese, Ruth Carbaugh, Louise Durbin, Helen Sword, Phyllis Day, Louise Eckstine, Edith and Doris Warrenfeltz and Christiana Miller; Joseph Brown, Howard Ruddar, Charles Rhodes, Joe King, Bud Myers, Jack Rannell and Lawrence Keyes. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Mrs. Emma Patterson, of Chambersburg announces the marriage of her daughter, Julia Beatrice, to Joseph Edward Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Rhodes, this I city. The wedding took place on t June 2S in Winchester, Va. Postmaster and Mrs. Thomas M. Simpson and children, will leave today lo spend Their vacation in New York City. They will attend L he World's Fair. FOOLER Y_Fall hats haven't advanced past the foolish stage, if one can believe in this John Frederics' creation, worn by Stella Aloisia in New York. It's a monkey hat. LAPPANS PICNIC The Lappans Homemukers' Club picnic will be held on Tuesday, August 8 in the north pavilion of the City Park. It will be an all day outing. Couple Mark 60th Anniversary Today Mr. *.nd Mrs. Scott; Battenfiekl Hancock are observing their 60th wedding anniversary today. Mr. Battenfield who is 81 years old was born near Breozwood, Pa. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bat tenfield. Mrs. Battenfield who is SO years old was also born in Breezwood, Pa., the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Showalters The couple was married August 7 1S79 in Pennsylvania, the following spring they moved to their presen home which is near Hancock. Mr. Battenfield was for man> years a carpenter by trade and there are a number of structure in this vicinity which tell of hi work. He also taught elementarj school for a number of years quit a few of which were spent in Wash ington County. Mr. and Mrs. Battenfield ha seven daughters, five of which sr now living namely: Mrs. Elmer Cz valt, e Mrs. John Hoopcngardnei Mrs. Gertrude Barney, Mrs. Carri Palmer and Mrs, Gilbert Mellott They have sixteen grandchildre and thirteen great grandchildrei Both are enjoying good healtl They have been faithful churc members and workers in the Bus Valley Christian Church for th past fifty-nine years. MAYOR BY NIGHT. ER1TH, England (£>).—The Rev. J. W. Wilkinson, mayor of this town, has so many evening engagements to fulfill that he describes himself as a "night-mayor." CLOCK-WATCHERS. WOODSTOCK, Ont. (/P).—Farmers never have liked daylight saving, but some near here propose putting their clocks back an hour for the harvest season, thus being two hours behind the daylight time. CHAR M—Enthusiastic Britons call this picture of a slimmer, more chic, Queen Elizabeth the "year's best photo of Her Majesty." It was taken as the queen attended a garden party. Embroidery on the hat matches th?.t on dress. Twice SHOE N~w ("• Yearly SALE The First Brethren Church was he scene of a pretty wedding on aturday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock r hen Miss Lois Eloise Beachley, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jeachley, of Rei.', became the bride f Mr. John Richard Stouffer, son f Mr. and Mrs. John McPherson touffer, Leitersburg Pike. The eremony was performed by the lev. Dr. W. H. Beachler, pastor f the church. Palms, ferns, gladiolus and tap- rs in caudlebras afforded an at- ractive setting for the ceremony, receding the ceremony, Kemp £retzer, organist, rendered a half- lour recital and Miss Catherine idams sang "Because" and "I jOve You Truly" and during the atinprayer, "0! Perfect Love." The bride who was given in mar- iage by her father wore a white atin gown, Empress style, fashion- id with a sweetheart neckline and ong sleeves. Her long veil of il- usion fell from a cap arrangement rimmed with orange blossoms. The bride's only ornament was a strand f pearls, a gift of the groom. She ;arried a bouquet of white roses ,nd gypsophlia centered with a vhite orchid. Her -maid of honor was Miss ielcn Rohrer, this city, who wore an orchid colored dress of lace and net fashioned on simple lines to the bride's gown, with a sweetheart neckline. She carried-an old fash- oned bouquet and wore a halo headdress of Jilowers. The bridesmaids were Miss Jane Garver, Baltimore; Miss Frances ower, Williamsport; Miss Ethel Myers and Mrs. Dean Weaver, this ;ity. They wore dresses of aqua and peach colored taffeta fashioned with hooped skirts, fitted bodice and sweetheart necklines. Their halo headdresses o£ flowers match- d the old fashioned bouquets which they carried. J. Dean Weaver, this city, was best man and the ushers included Ivon Rohrer, William Gower, Williamsport; Cecil Stouffer, cousin of ;he groom, Wayncsboro, and Robart Hartle. Miss Beulah Stouffer. Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Miss Louise Snivcly, Miss Helen Dayhoff, Miss Rebecca Yowell, Miss Janet Murray, Miss June Sheffer, Miss Ethel Lehman and Miss Ruth Hollyday acted a honorary bridesmaids. Mrs. Beachley, mother of the bride, was attired in aqua mous seline de soie and the groom's mother wore ashes of roses lace Both had corsages of roses. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. During the evening the couple left for a wedding trir rough the New England state* and New York. As a going awa> outfit the bride wore a navy blue dress with a jacket trimmed in white with navy accessories anc! the orchid which formed the cen ter of her bouquet. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stouffer arc graduates of the Hagerstown Higl school. The groom is engaged ii farming with his father and the bride has been employed at the R. and G. department store, thi city. They will reside at the home of the groom's parents, "Twin Maples." PECTONVILLE PICNIC The annual Pcctonville picnic will be held on Saturday, August 10, at Camp Hardinge. The program will include speakers, games and selections by the Souders quartet of Chambcrsburg. RHODES FAMILY HOLDS REUNION Four generations of the Rhodes amily attended a recent reunion of he family held at Fort Frederick. Among those attending were: G. W. Wiley, Hagei-stown; Mrs. Susan Rhodes, Williamsport; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhodes and son, Richard, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rhodes and family, William, Marie, Russell and Thomas, Williamsport; . and Mrs. George Rhodes and son, Howard, The Neck; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rhodes and family, Marin, Jane, George, Gerald, Mary, Bernice, of Falling Waters; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rhodes and fam- ly, Clarence, Elmer and Billy, of Benevola; Graf ton Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rhodes and son, David, Washington; Lloyd Rhodes, Fort Stevens, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. John Jersey, Jessup, Md.; Kenneth Rhodes, Williamsport; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rhodes, Keedysville; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Summers, Frederick; Mr. and Mrs. William Barr, Floyd Rhodes and Dorothy Rhodes, all of Williamsport; Mrs. Bertha ylor, Hagerstown; Miss Evelyn Wiley, Washington; Mrs. Pearl Woldeck. Joseph Meyers, Hagerstown; Miss Katherine Davis, Tho Neck; Miss Rosalie D.orsey, Jessup, Md., and Miss Boonsboro. Edna Warrenfeltz, PROGRAM GIVEN AT WHEAJON PARK Community singing at the Whenton Park colored playground was enjoyed by about seventy children, and adults recently. Mrs. Zoe Norman, recreational supervisor for Washington county, was in charge of the program. A doll show was also featured in which the following children received awards: Mary Jane Washington, largest doll; Robert Jean Robinson, Betsy Westy doll; Anna V. Harmon, rubber doll; Jane Slaughter, prettiest doll with red hair, and Sadie Bennett, best rag doll. On Tuesday, August S, at 7 p. m., a Mother and Daughter Night will be held at the park. MISS AYERS WED TO MR. CAMPBELL A wedding of local interest was solemnized at the Metropolitan. Memorial Methodist Church in Washington, D. C-, on Saturday evening when Miss Evelyn Louise Avers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warren Ayers became the bride of Mr. Thomas Ray Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold William Campbell, of Washington, formerly of Hagerstown. Mrs. James Evans Dille, Jr., was the matron of honor and Mr. Alexander Oliver Campbell, brother of the bridegroom, best man. A reception followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will be at home in Washington. C. D. A. MEETING. The regular business meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America will be held tomorrow night at St. Mary's parish house at 8:30 o'clock. Mrs. Stella Stouffer will be the hostess at the social session which will follow. CORSET SALE A group of corsets in discontinued models. All are in good condition. Priced for quick sale as follows: Reg. $3.95 now $2.50. Reg. $5.00 now $3.HO. Also a group of $7.50 and $10.00 corsets now $5.00. Sale •will continue for two weeks. Alice Weagley Corset and Gift Shop in the Colonial Theatre Bldg. Adv. A LIGHT LUNCH FOR SUMMER DAYS! A roul. n«rn,'.siiiiij;- 1'ountnin drink with our famous salad sandwich! 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