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Hagerstown, Maryland
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TOUR \ THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1939. MU% «•!! HIM PeMtavtoa at >h<mc lit fc«tw*«a • and 11 a. »., 8 to 4 ' ' Social And Clob Interest JTO TICK! yo weddlujr*, enic>irementi or birth Mitnouticeinents will be accepted by the Dally Mull far publication tinned or properly verified. GIVE PARTY Mrs. Fred Beachley Honor f+ 'PJJ"i*\-'. f^. *•*•'".»,-I •-.'•• ",-.:•.. Guests On Friday Evening. Mrs. William C. McKee and Mrs: Robert .H. Barton^ Jr. 'entertained at the former'8:.\h6me on Guilford avenue on Friday : .ey.ening at a miscellaneous, shower^aiid 'bridge party honoring 'their 'sister, Mrs. Fred E. Beachley, who-_until her.recent marriage was Miss Mary N'icely.^ Prizes for bridge were •. won by Mrs. Joseph Shaffer, Miss Dorothy Powles and Miss'Genevieve Wolf. Other guests were: Mrs."Donald Wolfkill, Mrs. Robert Bledsoe, 7 Mrs. William Wachter, Mrs. John Harbaugh> the Misses Eleanor. Harbaugh-, t Helen Fisher 1 and Leta ' MISS BLAIR WED TO MR. BENNETT Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Blair, Clarendon avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss 'Mary Ellen Blair, to'Mr. J. William Bennett, the *on of Mr. and Mrs. H; C. Bennett, .Virginia avenue. The wedding took place in Winchester^ Va., on. Juiy 6, -the Rev. McKoy performing the ceremony.. Shank Reunion Is Enjoyable Affair With over 100 in attendance, the annual John and Maggie Shank Reunion Ws held at the City Park Thursday, . The Rev. G. I. Rider gare a very interesting and inspiring talk and closed the, day's festivities with -prayer. The Welty sisters entertained with vocal selections. - - • ••*•.•The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Alvin Miner, president; Edgar Shank, vice-president: Leila Shank Sparrow,. secretary;- Edgar • Shank, assistant secretary; Thomas Shank, treasurer; Paul Shank, assistant treasurer; Ru4Ji. Moats, historian. The clan decided^to hold the 1940 reunion'--atr.tfce City"" P,ark_ the _ second Thursday*!!! August EMMANUEL GUILD MEETS^ONLAWN The Otterbein .Guild of Emmanuel United Brethren church held its August-meeting on the lawn at. the home of the councilor, Mrs..J. P. Stouffer. . Mjss- Janet" Benedict was in charge of the program and Mrs. G. W v Kerstetter "gave a talk on her native land, Ireland. A social session followed at which watermelon .was served to thirty-three boys and girls. The committee in charge of the meeting was made up of Ruth Cottingham, Betty Monegan, Ellen and Hazel Stouffer. Lovelier, More Lasting PERMANENT WAVE! Miller's Marincllo Shop 19 Public Square — Phone .1945 Charge Accounts Invited ! "A New Arrow Service" « Arrow Shoe Store 25 West Washington Street WOMEN'S J HATS L. & B. Hat Shop N. E. Cor. Public Square Social and Personal '. Mr. and Mrs. Byron C. Grimes 'and young daughter, Betsy, will arrive on Monday from Montclair, N J r ,'",to spending their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron 'J..'''Grimes, Oak Hill avenue, and Mrs.- Charles Schaibley, 226 South Prospect street. " Mrs. Mark E. Reed, Oak Hill avenue, . and her mother, Mrs. Charles F. Goodell, are visiting in Parkers burg, W. Va. The Rev. and Mrs. Leon Zahn, of Baltimore, are visiting. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Zahn and Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Nigh this city. Mrs. J. B. Lakin has returned to her home on Hamilton Boulevard after being a patient at the Waynesboro hospital for seven weeks She is much improved after a serious fall at her summer home at Pen Mar. Mrs. Frances Smith, Mr. and Mrs Charles E. Wilson, Mrs. Joe Rhodes and son'Billy will spend the week-end in Essex, Md., ivisiting Mr. and Mrs. ;Elmer .Smith, who recently moved there from this city The Misses Edna Mae Leiter, Ida Heard arid" Evelyn Fritz will leave tonight for "Atlantic City, where they will spend, a week's vacation Dr. and ..Mrs., Stanley. Moore, Dr and Mrs. T. A. Chappelear, Mr and Mrs. John Miller, all of this city, and "Mr., and Mrs. -Bruce Wil son, of) Baltimore, have taken a cottage along-the Chesapeake near Annapolis- for the month of August : Mrs. Pauline 'Meredith, formerly of this-'city, returned today to Arthur dale;. W. Vai, after visiting Mrs H. C. Bentz, West Irvin avenue. Miss-Margaret Kohler, of Smithsburg, w.ho.has.;been seriously ill at the Washington County Hospital is' slowly improving. - The Misses . Janice 'Mullenix- and Catherine 'White,, of this city,, are vacationing at Atlantic City. W. B. Sleasman and daughter Miss SaralSleasman, and son, James Sle will leave';Mfitt(layor:a motor trip through th ' Mr. and Mrs. "' Frank Leiter and twin daughters,' Anna and Catherine, Oak Hill avenue, are attending the- New York Fair. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Spessard and Bobby Krouse have left to attend the National Soap Box Derby in Akron, Ohio. Mrs. J. Drury Harrell. of Suffolk. Va., and E. J. Dunn, of Norfolk, Va., have returned after ^being the guests of Mrs. R. E. Foster, Gun- ford avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Trumpower, of Cleat-spring, are moving to Broadwater, Va., where they will conduct a restaurant. Mrs. Kenneth Sinn, the Misses LaRue Kitzmiller, Winifred Rowe, Louise Dunlap, Virginia Lee Kitzmiller and Ruth Harrison, all of this city, are. spending two weeks at Beverly Beach, Md. Mrs. Grace Foote and family, West Side avenue, are vacationing along the Chesapeake Bay. Roxy Hartman, the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Hartman, Clarendon avenue, is much improved after undergoing a major operation at the Washington County Hospital. Miss Hilda Clopper has returned to her home in Breathedsville after spending a week as the guest of Miss Charlotte Coburn, Hyattsville, Md. Don't Miss The TATE Midsummer Special TODAY and SUNDAY A Pint of Delicious PURE FRUIT SHERBET FREE With Each QUART of TATE ICE CREAM Give the entire family this delicious hot weather treat and SAVE. Tate Ice Cream Co. 4S Eart Franklin 30 West Church Main Street — Hancock Dr. Jack H. Beachley and his daughters, Jo Ann and Yvonne Beachley, and his sister, Miss Catherine Beachley, South Prospect street, and Miss Louise Funk, East Franklin street, are registered at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City while attending the World's Fair. Andrew K. Coffman, president of the Hagerstown Fair Association, is again confined to his home on East Antietam street by illness. William C. Ruth, first class seaman, was honorably discharged from the United States Navy on Friday and is now visiting at his home on Roessner avenue. County. Clerk J. R. Ray Black and Attorneys H. H. Hoffman and George D. Hicks left with a group of friends at noon today for a weekend fishing trip on the Chesapeake. Rolfe Laerm, this city, will leave tomorrow to spend several days in New York City. The Misses Jane and Catherine Rohrer, of Rohrersville, are vacationing at Ocean City, Md. Mrs. Harry B. Irvin and Mrs. Charles E. Cla AJ p, of Philadelphia, will arrive today to spend two weeks at the'Hotel Hamilton. Sylvan S. Weil, this city, is visiting in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stotelrnyer and daughter, Jane, will leave Sunday evening for New York City where they will attend the "World's Fair. Mrs. Hiram Wood, of Baltimore, is visiting her sister, Miss Elizabeth Hall, Braddock Heights. Mrs. Wood and Miss Hall were guests yesterday of Mrs. Grace A. Orne, Oak Hill avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sheffler, Funkstown, Miss Irene Lantz and Paul U. Lantz, this city, left last evening to visit friends in Edgewater, N. J., also to attend the N. Y. World's Fair. Reva Elizabeth Shackelford, of Blairton, W. Va., is spending two weeks with her cousins, Reva Belle and Geraldine Shackenford, Church street. Elizabeth and Stephen Krebs, Oak Hil lavenue, are spending two weeks in Baltimore and Norfolk, Va. Mrs. A. S. DeHaven and son, Philip, of Cape Charles, Va., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Oscar Butts, 407 West Howard street. Miss Erma Kendall who has been spending some time with relatives in Baltimore has returned to her home on Church street Grace Mercereau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mercereau. Oak Hill avenue, is confined to her home by illness. . Mrs. Elwood Ford, of Philadelphia, who is visiting here was the guest of Mrs. H. E. Hoover in Waynesboro, yesterday. Miss Sarah Burtner, employed by the Washington County Welfare, has returned from .attending summer school at the University of Chicago to her home, near Boonsboro. Miss Laura E. Clark, of Philadelphia, who has been visiting Mrs. D. L. Boyd, Cleai-spring, will return to her home in several days. Mr. and Mrs. James. V. Cannen. Hamilton boulevard, are vacationing at Ocean City, N. J. Miss Louisa Routzahn, of Philadelphia, will spend the week-end in this city. Charles W. Hoffman and Frank Colley, sports editor of the Morning Herald, left yesterday for Ak ron, Ohio, to attend the National Soap Box Derby races in which Lewis Spessard, of this city, will compete. Mr. and Mrs. John Summers, 52 East avenue, this city, entertained the following guests at a dinner party recently: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilkinson and Roy E. Burtner, North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman and daughter, Detroit; Mrs. Fannie Wyand, Miss Blanche Wyand, Benevola; Misses Ella and Emma Burtner, Keedys- viile. Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman and daughter, Fannie Marie, Detroit, are spending two weeks with Mrs. Bowman's mother, Mrs. Fannie Wyand and daughter, Benevola. Marcus Whitmore, 35 Laurel street, has entered the Washington County Hospital for an abdominal operation. MEETING AT KEEDYJJOME Rohrersville Group Holds Social And Plans Food Sale. The Willing Workers Society of the Central United Brethren church of Rohrersville held-a meeting at the home of -Mr. and Mrs. John Keedy on Thursday evening, when plans were made ior holding a food sale at the parsonage on Friday, August 25. A program was presented, and refreshments were then served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rohrer, Mr. and Mrs. George Cline, Mesdames Harry Easton, H. R. Potter, John Willman, Harold Poffenberger, Mary Molder, Charles Holder, Paul Norris and Lee Gosnell; the Misses Olive Mullendore, Gladys Easton, Maxine Holder, Naomi Hive, Miriam Rice, Dorine Norris, Shirley ' Willman, Lorna Cochran, Jean Keedy, Dorine Geltmacher and Carolyn Poffenberger; John F. Clopper, Leon Easton, Sanford Keedy, Lauren Norris and Jack Geltmacher. Mrs. Stains Hostess To Class Thursday The Mary and Martha class of the Church of God met on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Grace Stains. Singing and refreshments followed the business session. Those who attended were: Pauline Mauck, Alice and Irene Palmer, Irene Armstrong, Grace Nichols, Marie Barnes, Anna Weber, Agnes Russel, Eva Smith, Olive and Dorothy Grams, Lacy Souders, Mildred Lapole, Mable Souders, Betty Moser, Lillian Stanholtz, Mrs. Royce and daughter, Connie. COMING EVENTS Aug. 13—Municipal Band 'Concert, City Park. Aug. 15—Annual Picnic, St. Mark's Lutheran Women's Bible Class, City Park. Aug. 16—Concert and community sing by A Capella Choir, Pangborn Park, 8 p. m. .August 16—Democratic Women's Club picnic. Aug. 17—Municipal Band Concert, City Park. Aug. 17—Picnic, Sunday School of First Baptist Church, Caledonia Park. Aug. 17—American Legion Auxiliary party for new members. • Aug. 17—Picnic, Sunday school of First Baptist church, Caledonia Park. August IS—Reunion of Class of 1925, Hagerstown high school, The •Club. Aug. 19—Buffet supper dance, Fountain Head Country Club, S-12. Aug. 20—Antietam Archers Championship Tournament, City Park, shooting starts at 9:30 a. m. Aug. 20—Municipal Band Concert, City Park. August 22—Concert by Junior Y. M. C A. Band, S p m., City Park. Aug. 24—Farmers Picnic under auspices of Farm Bureau, Grange and Homemakers Clubs of Washington County, City Park. Aug. 24—Kiwanis Club Picnic for San Mar orphans, Row's Park. Aug. 24—Municipal Band concert, City Park. Aug. 27—Municipal Band Concert, City Park. Aug 28—Alsatia Club Dance, Pen Mar Park, Al Gruber's Orchestra. Aug. 31—Municipal Band Concert, City Park. Sept. 3—4 Old Dominion Archery Association ' Championship Tournament, St. James School. Sept. 3-4—Md. State Conclave, Order of DeMolay, Annual Convention, Masonic Temple. Call the Chamber of Commerce office, phone 2015, before noon each Friday, If you wish to have an event listed. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hetzer and sons, Charles and George left yesterday for a trip through Virginia. They will visit Portsmouth, Norfolk, Ocean View and Virginia Beach. Accompanying them home will be their daughters, Misses Maude and Catherine Hetzer who have been spending the past six weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sellers, Portsmouth, Va. Miss Lucille Ridenour is vacationing at Atlantic City. Miss Mildred Saylor, West Washington street, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Cooley, Cumberland. Miss Peggy Ann Butts has returned to her home here after spending two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Lane, Hedgesville, W. Va. ALL IN A DAY Happy Thought for Hot Weather! --DINE AT THE HAMILTON HOTEL Where It'* Cool and the Food Is So Good ! SUNDAY DINNERS 75c-S1.00 Served from 12 till 9 P. M. MONDAY—Boy scouts.and their leaders, who usually acquire a suntan during the- time they are at Camp Smoquipe, didn't have their usual sun baths this year as it rained seventeen of the twenty- eight days they camped.. ..the op- tomesti'ist whose vacation was broken up when his luggage . was stolen out of his car, tried to keep his experience quiet—his relatives, however, think it's a good story the Sunset Symphonies have a poetical name, but even more romantic to our way of thinking, are the concerts in Oklahoma City— they're called Starlight Symphonies our personal unsolved mystery is the few people who patronize the local swimming pool at night; local swimmers are evidently sun worshipers. TUESDAY—A little colored boy and a little white boy get in a fight in the first block of North Potomac and the cop^who pulls them apart offers to referee, if they'll just step back in the alley the North End is going bats, literally; hardly a day passes that someone doesn't relate a personal experience with one of the flying rodents a local girl lost her purse at the World's Fair and thought it was definitely gone; she reported it at the office however, and the next day got a phone call saying it had been found, intact according to the Maryland law there are only four counties where it is illegal to be drunk and disorderly on private property—Washington County is not one of these four "On Borrowed Time," whether you liked it or not, was thought-provoking and will probably be remembered longer than any movie you see this year. WEDNESDAY—A new summer drink is born when a host accidentally pours grapejuice in the Tom Collins he serves. ... A bakery salesman apparently left the corner of- Broadway and Locust street rather suddenly—his sales slips were scattered all -over the pavement this morning. = .. The letterhead of Keedysviiie's official stationery reads "Keedysviile. Md.. where northern thrift and personality blend with southern charm and hospitality." ... Which reminds us that the city government, in an effort at economy, is still -using stationery on which the letterhead lists W. Lee Elgin as Mayor. ... It takes a hot day like this to bring home the realization of how cool the City Park is; lots of people taking advantage of that coolness too. ... The fact that the parachute jump at the World's Fair has proven hazardous for some, doesn't keep local visitors at the fair from patronizing the contraption. THURSDAY—One week ago tonight the Russell Bros. Circus played here—during the intervening week in Virginia an animal trainer, an elephant and a bareback rider have been killed. ... Beautiful cultivated blackberries for sale at city market. ...' This is the fiftieth year for the motion picture. ... At least five of the Fresh Air children have been invited to spend an additional two weeks with their local hosts, and four have definitely accepted. ... Two boys dance on pavement in the south end to music coming from a car radio nearby. ... A weed gang could do wonders for the -Mt. Etna road. ... We are somewhat appalled when, after our request for lemon ice, the clerk at the dairy takes off his glasses, puts on a lumber jacket and a pair of gloves —he finally explains he has to get the sherbert from a very cold storage room.. FRIDAY—A dress shop at the Public Square thought there was a flood, but it turned out to be a broken water main. ... There hasn't been a trolley on North Mulberry street for years, but the car tracks are still there, and are objects of every motorist's profanity. ... Boys in swimming in the creek at the light plant every evening, ...The Pennsylvania railroad is entertaining the editors of each paper along its line—a one-day all expense trip to the New York fair. ...Fillet of flounder was on a luncheon menu today and two guests substituted filet of sole—apparently they don't know that sole is sliced off a flounder. ... It was the wife of a Potomac-Edison man who stood on the street corner a half an hour waiting for a bus this evening, until someone took pity on her and explained that the Prospect street bus doesn't run after 6 p. m. Apron Social Of Temple Builders The Temple Builders class of the Grace- U. B. Sunday School held an apron social on Thursday evening on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Shackelford. The lawn was attractively decorated with Japanese lanterns. Mrs. Iva Bowers and Mrs. S. M. Shackelford were hostesses for the evening. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. R. C. Urich, Mrs. Nellie Loudenslager, Mrs. Samuel Strine, and Harry Staley after which refreshments .were served. Those present were: Harry Staley, teacher; Rev. and Mrs. G. I. Rider, Mrs. Carrie Mundey, Mrs. Cora Toms, Mrs. Whisman, Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. M. C. McCormick, Mrs. Colvin, Mrs. Elizabeth Trout, Mrs. Emma Spielman, Miss Liddie Funk, Mrs. Harry Staley, Mrs. Roy Myers, Mrs. Rosie Stone, Mrs. R. C. Urich, Mrs. Leo Detrich, Mrs. George Baker, Mrs. Nellie Loudenslager, Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. Etta Burgan, Mrs. Samuel Strine, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snooks, Mrs. J. T. Allen, Mrs. M. V. Ryan, Mrs. Russell Sites, Mrs. John Hoffman, Mrs. Clyde Sprankle, Mrs. Lulu Baker, Mrs. Grace Brewer, Mrs. A. B. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. • S. M. Shackelford, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shackelford, Mrs. Iva Bowers, Miss Dorothy Mundey, Miss Pauline Bowers, Reva Belle Shackelford, Erma Kendall, Mary Grubbs, Geraldine Shackelford, Dorothy Brewer, Arthur Richards. Jr., Mrs. Alice Potts, "Washington, D. C.; Helen Long, Keedysviile; Reva Elizabeth Shackelford, Blairton, W. Va. MARRIAGE LICENSES. John R. Stouffer, 27, Lois E. Beachley, 23, Hagerstown. Harvey C. Whittington, 27, Beatrice. T. Donaldson, 19, Martinsburg. Gene D. Colbert, 25, Goldie M. Leslie, 22, Hagerstown. William Finafrock, 23, Ruth Der- fenderfer, 23, Greencastle. John J. Waltz, 17,- Chewsville, Katherine J. Loudenslager, 18, Ha- gerstowu. Lewis Harris, 57, McConnelsburg, Pa., Joe M. Kahre, 47, Middletown, Conn. John M. Donaldson, 21, Sandy Hook, Evelyn V. Hewett, 17, Sharpsburg. Leon Wakenight, 26, Helen A. Hartle, 22, Beaver Creek. Fred H. <Gluck, 23, Chambersburg, Mildred E. Gable, 22, Hagerstown. Harry P. Raffensberger, 21, Virginia B. Everett, 17, Hagerstown. CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY 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 Don't Miss Our AUGUST FURNITURE SALE! Inner-Spring Mattress $ 9.75 up 8-pc. Dining Room Suites $59.00 up 3-pc. Living Room Suite* $59.00 up 3-pc. Bedroom Suites $49.00 up — TERMS IF DESIRED — MEYERS & BERKSON 41 - 43 West Franklin St. — Opp. Post Office American Statesmen And Highway Robbers Leading Characters In This Week's Books Among the books placed on the shelves of the Washington County Free Library for this week there is, as usual, a variety of titles. There is Joseph Henry Jackson's book about California bandits entitled "Tintypes in Gold." Those who like detective stories will find it as absorbing as any murder mystery. It relates the lives and adventures of four legendary highway robbers who preyed upon travelers in California during the exciting Days of Gold. Three men of a very different type are the central figures of "America's Silver Age," by Gerald W. Johnson. Webster, Clay and Calhoun, each representing an economic group, dominatd that period and determined many American principles which are ours today. "The story of these .three careers is a fascinating personal drama." Johnson "has brought gloriously alive the r most brilliant period of our nation's history." Carter Glass's secretary, Rixey Smith, and Norman Beasley are joint authors of "Carter .Glass: a Biography." In order to give a complete picture of the private life and public services of the Senator from Virginia the authors have reprinted letters, papers, cables and authentic conversations. These re-. veal many "behind - the - scenes events and personal opinions of men in power during momentous times."' • Jane Addams has been called the \ 'foremost American woman of her' age," because of her work in the Chicago alums, in Hull House, and in founding the Woman's International League for Peace and Freedom. Her official biography, written "by her nephew, James Weber Linn, also is among the new books. Many Americans have followed the events, of Europe very closely this year. Those people will be interested in "The United States in World Affairs: an Account of American Foreign Relations: 1938," by Whitney H. Shepardson and William O. Scroggs. Those who have read Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" will want to read 'Factories in the Feld: the Story of Migratory Farm Labor in California," by Carey McWilliams, commissioner^ of immigration and housing in the California State Government, for it gives the factual background for this" best-selling jkAVf T 61* "Who Are These Americans?" by Paul B. Sears, is a simply-written account of the races which have settled in America and the forces which affect them.. . "Moses and Monotheism" is the title of the much-heralded new book by Sigmund Freud, in which he outlines his theories concerning the evolution of Judaism and Christianity. Along the same line as the books by Henry Link is "The Art of Being a Person," by George Rose Wells, who is, like Link, a psychologist. This book also Is written In simple language for the layman. Wells "explains the understanding and practice necessary for adjusting human problems." Two new technical books are on this week's list They are: "Au- del'a New Automobile Guide for Mechanics, Operators and Servicemen," by Frank D. Graham, copyrighted in 1939; and "Electrical Machinery: a .practical Study Course on Installation, Operation and Maintenance," by.F. A. Annett. There Is also "Mechanics, Mollecu- lar Physics, Heat and Sound," by Millikan, Roller and Watson, which is a revision of the earlier work by Millikan. "Talking Pictures: How They Are Made and How to Appreciate Them," by Barrett C. Klesllng, includes almost every phase of the motion picture industry. There are chapters cm: the history of moving pictures, scenario writing, sound recording, film editing, make-up, etc. For those interested in these two hobbies there are the very practical books: "Photography as a Hobby," by Fred B. Barton, and "The Amateur Guncraftsman," by James V. Howe. Helpful to both suburbanite and farmer seeking information on planting trees and plants is "Pioneering with Fruits and Berries," by George D. Aikeu. Since most people want to get as much as they can for their money, there should be a great demand for Kay Austin's "What Do You Want for $1.98?" In this book there is information on all sorts of shopping problems from buying a winter wardrobe to furnishing a summer cottage. "The Statistical Abstract of the United States: 1938," sent to the Library by the Bureau of the Census, has been added to the Reference Collection. Rental Collection The following new titles have been added to the Rental Collection: Baum—Shanghai '37. Colver—Listen for the Voices. Downs—So Stands the Rock. Lewis—Abel Dayton. Whipple—The Priory. MISS HEIL WED TO MR. MURRAY A quiet wedding took place at the St. Mark's Lutheran parsonage •• Friday erening at 9:00 o'clock when Miss Mary E. Heil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Heil, 941 Maryland avenue, and Mrs. Charles Murray, son of Mrs. Charles Houser, Harrisburg, were married. Rev. Roy L. Sloop performed the ring ceremony. The bride was attired in navy blue and white and had a corsage of rosebuds and baby b:*eath. Her only attendants were Mrs. John Heil, sister-in-law of the bride and Vernon Heil, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the home of the bride. The guests included: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Heil and grandson, Pete Milburn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlghberger, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Doarnberjw,. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Heil, Mr. and Mrs. John Heil, Mr. and Mrs. John Rowland and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Smith and children, Mr. Bachtel, Bernard Bowers and Harvey Skinner, of Toledo, Ohio. BARNHART REUNION. The twelfth annual reunion of the Barnhart family will be held in the north pavilion of the City Park on Sunday, September 10. ANNOUNCE BIRTH. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wilhide announce the birth of a son, Arthur Eugene, at their home at AVood- point on Wednesday, August 9. PUSH UP tROQUIGNOlE 1 WAVE (c-^le I .50 1, /, S4? GRAY'S FUR SHOP 19 East Washington St. Phone 1233 u We'U be seeing you!" is our cheery parting word to loaned dollars leaving the bank on a business trip. There is never any thought in. our minds of farewell. These are not condemned dollars leaving their cells to trudge the "last mile" accompanied by chaplain and book. No! They are merely going "out on the job" with you for a while. Then you will see that they get back to us safely. When you are sure, and we are sure, that you can guarantee thi* —we're glad to lend. Nicodemus National Bank Hagerttown, Maryland

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