THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939. \ For «ew« t» He earrteA •»" thl« pii«:e. call MiM Penninjctovi nt phone 105 between S and 11 a. in., 3 to 4 p. m. Events Of Social And Club Interest ••*• H O TIC B I Xo wedding*, enfigtmtnt* or birth announcement* will be accepted by the Dally Hall for publication . unleM Miyned or properly refilled. TO ASSIST ATCONCERT Clarence Heckler, Organist, To Take Part In Lakeside Program. Clarence -E. , Heckler, prominent organist of Harrisburg, will assist the Hagerstown A Capella Choir next Wednesday night when it will present a lakeside concert at S o'clock at Pangborn Park. A personal .friend of Conductor Raymond K. Hollinger, Mr. Heckler has been widely acclaimed in several previous local appearances. .: The jrogram 'includes choral and organ,"works .to suit varied tastes. Mr. Heckler ' will play several groups ."of selections on the orga- tron, .an "improved type of electric organ, which 'w.ill be brought here especially for the concert through the courtesy of the Duffield Music House; of Chambersbnrg. The, orga- tron will also, accompany the choir in the , presentation of Handel's "Halleluja-h .Chorus". The Audience will also have a part in the program, as arrangements : have been made for a "community sing". Thig concert is being given with the full cooperation of. the Board of Park Commissioners and is to be presented by the choir in appreciation of the contributions received from the Mayor and Council and-individuals, of the'city and county..' These contributions have made possible the choir's appearance at the New York World's Fair on August 27 and 2S. Next week's concert will be the choir's last program in Hagerstown before leaving for New York. Seating arrangements are being provided for a larg-e audience and in event of rain, the concert will be postponed until Friday evening August 18, at the same hour. Picnic At Blair's Valley Is Tomorrow The annual Blair's Valley picnic will be held on the picnic grounds tomorrow, beginning at 9 a. m. Community singing and" music by the Rohrersvills Band will precede the serving of dinner. Speakers on the program in the afternoon will include the Rev. Clarence Fink, pastor of the Church of GocL which sponsors the affair; State Senator Ernest Miller, whose topic will be "The Only Thing in Life ..That Counts;" the Rev. Hoch, of TJiiiontown, Md., who will give an illustrated object lesson. There will be'music by the Booster choir of the church, under the direction of Miss Jessie Sword. ANNOUNCE BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Loveland. 941 Summit avenue, announce the birth ol a son at the Washington County Hospital ou August 10. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Gable, of Luray, Va., announce the birth of a daughter on Thursday. Mrs. Gable is the former Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Greuber of this city. CORSET SALE. A group of corsets in discontinued models. All are in good condition. Priced for quick sale as follows: Reg. S3.95 now $2.50. Reg. $5.00 now 13.50. 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. Charge Accounts Invited ! "A N«w Arrow Service" 25 We«t Washington Street WOMEN'S $ HATS L & B. Hat Shop N. E. Cor. Public Squire MOJUD HOSIERY SALE $1.15 Hote 89c — 3 pairs $2.50 $1.00 Hose 79c — 3 pairs $2.25 jB 5s Hr -. 6P- _ 'j pairs $2.00 A. F. MILLER—Chiropodist 19 Public Square FRESH FRUIT IN TASTY SUNOAES! You'll love chesel Fresh fruit fmndaes only cost 15c. With dcliciouf sandwich, too, only 25c • Emery Martin, Hagerstown Route 5, suffered a : broken right leg in a recent fall from a tree. The fracture was reduced at the hospital. A group of boys who have been camping this week at J. D. Bowman's clubhouse along the Conococheague Creek includes: Chester Keedy, Jr., Donald Russell, John and Jack Bowman, Pat Donegan, David Wolfinger, Robert Ringer, Mike Donegan, Jr., and Dick Troxell. Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Whitelegg and daughters, the Misses Betty, Mary and Martha Whitelegg, will leave tomorrow to spend a week at Cape May, N. J. Miss June Shilling, of Chewsville. underment a tonsil and adenoid operation at the Washington County Hospital this morning. DANCE HELD AT COTTAGE Mr. And Mrs. Amsley Are Hosts At Party Along River. Wilbur M. Phillips, school attendance officer, has returned to his home on the Heisterboro road after attending summer school at the University of Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Amsley, who are vacationing at Rosewood Cottage, near Taylor's Landing, entertained at a dance which was given at the cottage on Tuesday evening. Rollin McCardell, who acted as master of ceremonies, presented a skit entitled "The Medicine Man." Round and square dancing followed, music being furnished by a string trio. Refreshments were served to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hockenberry, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kitchen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lizer, Mrs. Mary Sarver, Mrs. Mary Stevens. Miss Nellie Hammond, Victor Cushwa, Sonny Palmer, Elmer Knode, Woodrow Guessford, Rollin McCardell, Ambrose McCardell, Donald Hykes, Sidney, Ned and Robert Amsley. Miss Veneta Lambros, East Irvin avenue, has returned from Glenburnie, Md., where she was the guest of a former roommate, Miss Betty Wodt'all. Mrs. Samuel Stouffer, who has been seriously ill, remains the same at her home on Cleveland avenue. Mrs. A. R. Raff, East Antietam street, is spending several weeks visiting relatives in Keyser. W. Va. Mrs. Claude W. Fisher, of Philadelphia, is visiting friends and relatives in this city. Miss Mary Steele has returned to her home- at Blair's Valley after attending summer school at Johns Hopkins University. Mr. and Mrs. B. Franklin Conrad, Summit avenue, are vacationing in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gardner, The Terrace, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Vinton Hershey, Forest Drive, left today to spend the week-end with Congressman and Mrs. William D. Byron at Rehobeth Beach. Robert Steward, popular West End bus driver, is enjoying a ten- day vacation. He spent half of it in New York and attended the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Winders, of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Winders, of Smithsburg, have returned after spending several days at the New York Fair. Miss Bessie 'Geneva Hagewood. and brother, Sheperd D. Hagewood, of Tullahoma, Tenu., arrived yesterday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Stewart C. Faxton, East Washington street. Al Hodgson, of Northeast, Md.. is visiting friends in the city. Miss Anna Mary Draper, 416 North Prospect street, is visiting relatives in Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Walter Sylcox, Buena Vista avenue, who has been ill at her home for throe weeks, is rapidly improving. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Osborne, oC Leaksville, N. C., and Mrs. M. A. Schofield,-of Tampa, Fla., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Schofield, Fountain Head Heights. Mrs. A. Ross Simpson and daughter, Catherine Waldeck Simpson. South Prospect street, will leave today to visit Mrs. Simpson's parents in Clarksburg, W. Va. Mr. Simpson will accompany them to Clarksburg for the week-end. Leitersburg Club Has Wiener Roast The Leitersburg Homemakers' Club held its annual wiener roast Tuesday evening at Cold Spring- Park, near Waynesboro. The members entertaine-d their husbands and families. During the evening many of the group enjoyed roller skating and other games. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Strock, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. John Stouffer, Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Shank, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Keller Hartle, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sneckenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butterbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dayhoff, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lung. Mr. and Mrs. Lesher Oaks and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunningham and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mowen, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Finfrock, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stockslager, Mrs. William Miller and family, Mrs. Robert Hartle, Mrs. Calvin Shank, Mrs. Daniel Marker. Mrs. E. M. White, Mrs. R. T. Finfrock, Mrs. A. L. Finfrock, Janet and Mary Louise Rogers, Beatrice Finfrock. Mae Stockslager, Helen Dayhoff, Jane Snyder, Rachel Oberholzer, Bobby Butterbaugh, Donald Dayhoff. Garland, Harold and John Lung, Paul and Harold Snyder. Walter Sheffler, Lee and Gene Finfrock, Donnie and Bobby Rogers, Donnie Mowen and Wilmer Oberholzer. Mrs. Edw. H. Knodle, Summit avenue, who has been critically ill is improving. Services To Star At Crystal Grottoes The Sunday evening Christian Endeavor services which have been held for a number of years past at the Crystal Grottoes Park during August by the Golden Rule District of Christian Endeavor, will be held again this year, beginning on Sunday, August 13, at 7:30 o'clock, and will continue for the last three Sunday evenings in August. The service on the 13th will be sponsored by the Benevola U. B. Christian Endeavor Society. In addition to a number of items by that society, the principal address of the evening will be made by Rev. Orla Montgomery, of Hagerstown. The Bakcrsvillc Central society will be in charge of the program of the 20th; the Kecdysville U. B. society for the 27th. The Boonsboro U. B. society will provide the choir for all the services. The public is invited. Miss Alice Coleman, of Summit Point, W. Va., has returned -liter spending a week with Miss Eiiza- beth Starkey, this city. The Misses Dorothy and Kathryn Roberts, this city, have returned after spending several days in the home of Herbert Ramsburg, Summit Point, W. Va. The Misses Etta Loose, Emily and Anna Baechtel are visiting in Staunton, Va. Mrs. W. H. Lockeman, of York, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Ammon H. Kreider, Jr., of Pittsburgh, are guests of Mrs. A. H. Kreider, South Prospect "street. ALL IN A DAY Hitler and Mussolini may have Europe stymied, but that can't compare with the way a Virginia avenue family has felt ever since a family of polecats moved in and made themselves at home under the front porch of the house. It wasn't a family a I first, just Mama Skunk —but early in the summer she gave 3irth to four little kittens. The thriving cat family haven't caused any trouble yet. Apparently nothing has happened to make any disturbance and the musk glands which cause the odor that humans dread have been kept under control. But you never know how long that's going to last. That's why the' 'amily playing host feels as though t's situated on the brink of a vol- ;ano—one false move and there'll be clothes to be buried. Mrs. Skunk takes the four little ones for a walk every evening and observant neighbors were much amused recently when, one of the voungsters poking behind the oth- rs f the mother marched back, picked him up by the nape of the neck and let it be known she would stand or no more dalliance. * * * You don't have to go to .Kentucky to find out about feudin'. In Blair's Talley in our own Washington county, for instance, conversations still turn toward the religious feud jegun a number of years ago which still exists, in less rampant fashion, today. Since before the turn of the cen- ury the Church of God has been the center of worship for all the esidents of this beautiful valley. Sponsor of the annual and eminent- y popular Blair's Valley picnic, the Church of God also fostered an ac- ,ive Christian Endeavor Society. Miss Marjorie Eyerly, of York City, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer K. Eyerly, South Prospect street. ALL-DAY HIKE. Again an all-day hike has been planned from I-Inutcr's Run to Pino Grove Furnace for Sunday, August 13 by the Maryland Appalachia: Trail Club. This hike has beci scheduled twice before and each time cancelled on account of rain. With ideal weather predicted anc vacation time in evidence, a larg* crowd is expected to join the hiker; for this enjoyable jaunt of eiglr miles. Hikers are requested to brim along their swim suits, canteen and food for two meals. Carlton (Bud) Helm will be the leader and reservations can be made by telephoning 2252-J. WELLS REUNION The thirty-first annual reunion of the Wells clan will be held on Sunday, August 20, at Pangborn Park. Came dissension within the ranks and the next thing these good hill people knew, a minister of the Pentecostal church had been imported from New Jersey. A number of residents sided with this new group and left the other church. The Pentecostalites built a little red church, held regular services, condoned the simultaneous worship of blacks and whites. Preaching at these services, the people will tell you with horror in their voices, dealt with such things as "tobacco;" the doctrines were entirely different from those which had been previously preached in the valley. God-fearing men forecast doom for the neighborhood when the flourishing Christian Endeavor broke up. Girding themselves with the proverb that the Lord helps those who help themselves, men of the old church took matters into their own hands and "raided" one of the Pentecostal services. A trial in Hagerstown- was the outcome, but justice ruled that the Church of God had acted within its rights. Comparative peace reigns in the valley again. Services are still held at the Pentecostal church, but only a very few attend. The bitterness of other days is largely forgotten. Last Saturday we mentioned in this column that a house on the road from Blair's Valley to Mercersburg has a sign on its front door which reads "God's house." Village gossip says a new branch of Pentecostalism has gotten under way and that this house is its headquarters, but so far everything has been quiet. A .few services have been held in an old church several miles up in the mountains, but-no trouble is anticipated. Bible School Will Have Closing Today The Vacation Bible School which ias been in session since July 31 at the North Side Mission, North Locust and McComas streets, will be brought to a close today. Rev. Roy S. Koch, of St. Jacobs. Ontario, was director of the faculty which was composed of Miss Maryann Hoffman, Miss Ella Cressman, Miss Salome Bowman. Miss Irene Eshehnan. of Dayton. Ohio; Miss Iva Schmucker, of Dayton; Russell Baer, Miss Ida Witmer, Miss Garnctt Martin, Miss Lois Diller, Greencastle: Miss Ida Shenk, Miss Martha Grove, and Robert Lamar, this city. Most of the teachers had previous experience in teaching and the two weeks school has been very successful with students showing a keen interest in their n outing will be held today for .lie students and their parents at Martin's Meadow, near Ccarfoss. Outdoor games will be played and refreshments served. The school had an enrollment of 170 with an average attendance of 145 pupils from 4 to IS years. Sponsoring the schoni. -\va.s the Mennonite Codnr Grove Church at Greencastle, Pa. Rev. Mr. Koch will hold an evangelistic service at the Mission on Saturday evening at S:(JO o'clock. RALLY AUGUST 6TH. The annual rally of United Brethren Missionary forces of Washing ton county and Hagerstown will be held at the Crystal Grottoes on Wednesday evening, August 16, at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Anna Summers, a missionary on furlough from Africa, and who has spent one term of three years of actual service under the direction of the Soudan Mission will be the principal speaker. Miss Summers has had experience in an African Leprosarium. She has an interesting and helpful message. REUNION IS HELD. Between 400 and 500 people attended the Grossnickle-Blessing reunion which was held 'recently at the Grossnickle Church, Frederick. They came from all over the state of Maryland and from Florida. Pennsylvania and Kansas. Holden S. Felton, Frederick, gave the principal address. The award for the oldest person present went to Joseph Gross- iiickle, 91, of Washington county. It was decided to hold the annual event next year at the same time, the first Saturday in August. The same officers were retained to serve the coming year. They are: Roy L. Leatherman, Frederick, president; James Grossnickle, Myersville, vice president; Miss Myra Bohn. Waynesboro, secretary and Mr. Baumgardner, treasurer. A program committee consisting of Mrs. Cora .Grossnickle, Mrs. John Eldridge and Miss Bohn was appointed. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Application for a marriage license was filed on Wednesday in Philadelphia by Trayer B. Howe, 23, Chambersburg, Pa., and Mary F. Donegan, 25, Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Howe is an employe of the local radio station while Miss Donegan is well known in musical circles. Students at Texas State College for Women in 1938 purchased more than 1,000,000 sheets of theme paper; 7,200 bottles of ink; 500 typewriter ribbons; 2,000 boxes of sta tionery and 500 fountain pens fron the college bookstore. DERRIS ROOT POWDER For sale at Ernest W. Miller's Seed Store. Adv. BEAUTY CULTURE Classes now forming for day and night terms. Private lessons for brush-up theory and individual subjects. Dorothy Dermody SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE 25 N. Potomac St. —Phone 1382 Misses June and Lois Howell have returned to their home, near Williamsport, after spending several weeks with relatives in Ha- , gerstown and Baltimore. : Dr. and Mrs. Lynn H. Brumback ; and son, Frank, and James Koliopti- | los, Jr., returned last evening from \ a five weeks' trip to Glacier Na- • tlonal Park, Banff Springs, Lake | Louise, Vancouver, Oregon, California and Yellowstone National Park. They covered 9,000 miles. CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY MEET • The town's favorue rendezvous is Dagmar Silver bar! Meet your friends here for a pleasant evening. Entertainment by MIKE AND MIKE DAGMAR SILVER BAR I L LY' S 14 North Potomac Street LAST CALL In life-Saving Final Class Of Season Is Concluded At Muni-/ cipal Pool. Ten boys and girls received their unior and senior life-saving badges after several weeks of training and practice at the Municipal pool. The nstruction was sponsored. by the DOO! life-guards in cooperation with :he Red Cross. Jack Lowman and Charles Berry, Red Cross instructors, were in. charge of the classes. Those who passed the required ests were: seniors, Catherine Andrews, Amelia Orrrck, James Russell, Bill Russell, Marvin Bower, and Dick Young; juniors, Norma ee Kestle, David Brody, Richard Marsh and Betty Schlosser. The course required- seventeen lours of training including swim- ning strokes, use of buoys, approaching and carrying a victim, •elease of holds, and artificial respiration. Personal safety as well as- the . ability to help others was stressed. " This is the last lifesaving class to be conducted at the pool this season. Swimming instruction is given each clay at the pool and this will 3e continued-. Head life-guard OAvman estimates that over a hundred persons have received swimming lessons this year. It was also announced that a swimming meet will be held at the pool Wednesday evening, August 16, beginning at 7 p. in. This is a return meet with the Braddock Heights pool and it is expected that they will send a strong team to avenge the defeat the local boys handed them several weeks ago. The events will include fancy div- ng, 100 yard free style, 40 yard free style, 40 yard breast stroke. 40 yard back stroke, and several relays. Any individual or team planning to enter should contact Tack Lowman at the pool. Prizes Consisting of merchandise will be awarded to the winners in each event. ' Manager Heil reported that the attendance at the pool has surpassed last year's record for June and July by several hundred. He also said the pool will remain open until Labor Day, September 4. ANNUAL OUTING. Members of the Washington County Bar Association feasted on fried chicken and other delicacies at their annual picnic held yesterday afternoon at "Lanriuish-on-the- Licking," the summer home of Charles W. Wolf, near Pecktonville. About 25 attended the outing. 21ST REUNION HELD BY CLAN The twenty-first reunion of the Karnaugh clan was held Sunday at Jacobs Church near Fountain Dale. There was a record attendance of around 300. The officers for the coming year elected were: President, Howard Harbaugh, Fairfield, Pa.; vice-president, Frank Sigler, Baltimore; secretary, Miss Helen Jane Harbaugh, Baltimore; treasurer, Charles Harbaugh, Smithsburg. A fine program was rendered as follows: Lord's Prayer, address of welcome, Martase Harbaugh; "Harbaugh Song" accompanied by Mrs. Winston Daugherty; song, Nelda and Norma Harbaugh; hymn, "Jesus I Live "Co Thee;" comic reading, .Miss Vivian Harbaugh; speaking by F. L. Bennett, Hagerstown; Mr. Cooprider, Jasonville, Ind.; Mr. Young, York, Pa.; John A. Harbaugh, Sullivan,-Ind.; Mrs. A. I. Brown, Sullivan, Ind., and Dr. C. A. Harbaugh, Hayfield, Va. Closing song—"God Be With You Till We Meet Again." Gifts were awarded to the oldest and youngest members there, the "oldest being David Wagaman, Sabillasville, Md., and-- the youngest being Cynthia Harbaugh, Hagerstown. Direct descendants of the seven sons of Yost Harbaugli, the original settler of Harbaugh -Valley, were represented for the first time in the history of the reunion. Some families were represented 100 per cent, including grandchildren. It was decided, to hold the reunion on the first Sunday in August, 1940, at the same site. ARM SLASHED Wade Renner, Mt. Lena received a badly gashed arm yesterday while working on an automobile spring, which injury required treatment at the Washington County hospital.. PARTY HELD FOR TWELFTH BIRTHDAY Albert Gardner entertained at a party in honor of his twelfth birthday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Leslie Gardner, The Terrace, on Wednesday evening. The guests were Teddy and Kevin Moller, Bob Ballentine, Wier Pollard, Jack Phillips, Billy Moreland and Tommy Gardner. Kiwanis Plans For Party At San Mar The Kiwanis Club will entertain the children of the Washington County Orphanage at San Mar at Rowe's Park on Thursday, August 24. This will be the annual outing given to the Orphanage by the Kiwanis Club. They will be transported from the home to the park and back again in the evening as well as furnished their luncheon and entertainment at the park. The program will be in charge of the under-privileged child committee, headed by Dr. P. L. Russell. The program at Hotel Alexander yesterday was in charge of the agricultural committee of which. Roy C. F. Weagly is chairman. Mr. Weagly introduced Mr. C. E. Wise, Jr., of the Maryland Farm Bureau who spoke on agriculture, soil conservation, legislation and distribution problems. Mr. Wise reviewed farm bureau activities from its inception to the present time and pointed out the problems of today as well as the advantages obtained since the organization of the farm bureau. 54 W. Washington ft, LIVING ROOM SUITES and INDIVIDUAL PIECES GREATLY REDUCED DURING AUGUST. LIBERAL TERMS- The Original — Miller's Furniture Store 31 SOUTH POTOMAC ST. Near Maryland Theater Than Ever In Our Annual AUGUST fALE FUR*! on all SUMMER DRESSES Prices Slashed to Cost and Less ! $100 $159 $2*9 $2 69 Values From $2.95 to $6.95 11KC. Free Storage and Repairs Northern Seal ..,.,. .$ 95.00 Russian Ponies . . . .-..-.-. 139.00 Hud-Seal 120.00 Hollander Super Seal 149.00 Hollander Hudson Seal 250.00 Alaskan Seal ......... 395.00 Persian Lamb . . 365.00 Marmink 169.00 Mink Blended Muskrat 195.00 Natural Tipped Skunk 269.00 Red Fox Jacket 125.00 Caffa Caracul , . 210.00 Russian Caracul ....... 220.00 Caraculs— GREV, HT.ACK, BROWN 159.00 Squirrel — Siberian 269.00 Mendoza Beaver 139.00 Northern Beaver 119.00 Leopard Ca.t . 225.00 SALE TRICE $ 49.00 79.00 85.00 95.00 185.00 285.00 269.00 110.00 129.00 195.00 79.00 159.00 169.00 79.00 185.00 95.00 79.00 169.00 From CHUBBIES To FULL LENGTHS AND MANY OTHERS! ALL ADVANCED 1940 STYLES! All Custom-Built Garments Made Right In Our Own Work Rooms. GRAY'S FUR SHOP 16 EAST WASHINGTON ST.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month