The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 12, 1939 · Page 7
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1939. FIVE Miss Mary Rouskulp Recalls Civil War Days And The Many Changes That Have Occurred In recalling how things of a half General Robert E. Lee usually century or more ago are slowly passing from the modern scene, Miss Mary Rouskulp, 46 South Potomac street, in a recent interview, told about Civil War days in Hagerstown and also spoke about some of the old landmarks which are gradually giving way to more modern structures. Miss Rouskulp is one of the older citizens of the city but her memory of things which happened many years ago is tmdimmed. She spoke about the old Witzen- bacher home, 18-20 East Washington street, which will go under the auctioneer's hammer next Tuesday. The house was built by William Witzenbacher, a native of Germany, in 1S66, just at the close of the Civil War. It was at that time considered almost a mansion and one of the finest buildings in the city. Miss Rouskulp told about the brew house in the rear of the property which is there today just as it was fifty or more years ago. There is also supposed to be a cave under the house- Judge William J. Witzeubacher, who was a judge of the Circuit Court here, lived in the house at one time. He was a son of the builder. His sisters resided there for many years until their deaths recently. When asked about the Civil War days in Hagerstown, Miss Rouskulp was able to furnish some interesting facts. "Those were stirring days," she said. "The children remembered it well because the schools were closed while the soldiers marched through Hagerstown and occupied part of f he town. I was eleven years old when the Battle of Antietam was fought. We could hear the cannon booming iu Hagerstown." "Soldiers passed through here many times but the largest number marched through before the Battle of Gettysburg. I went down to the Publ-V Square and watched them march. ' At one time I remember thai the Southern soldiers were all clay and all night marching north towards Gettysburg." "The Southerners looked much different from the Union soldiers. .Thej* wore any sort of clothing they could get. Most of the people here fed and gave water to both sides. 1 can remember that many a time I carried a tray of food to one of the sentries. There were guards stationed at different points; sometimes Union and uometimes stopped at this house when he went through Hagerstown. She can still remember how the famous general appeared on his horse. The local resident said that she had a cousin, Arthur J. Wise, who was an officer in the Union Army and had other relatives, who lived in. Shepherdstown, in the Southern Army. In speaking of the changes Miss Rouskulp said that she can remember when automobiles were beyond "the fondest dreams. Everyone who could afford it in the early days had a horse. She mentioned also the old Markethouse which was recently demolished but she apparently believes that changes must come. At the same time she stated that the old days also had their charm and that many will not forget some of the events in the making of this country. L. S. McW. TO PREACH HERE. The Rev. Paul Berry Watlington, Jr., will preach on Sunday at the First Baptist Church, at 11 o'clock and evening service. He graduated from the Hagerstown High School, class of 1933 and from the University of Richmond with the degree of Bachelor of Arts, in 1938. He has been supplying in the different churches in Richmond and broadcasts over WRVA. He will take theological work In the fall. The Rev. Paul B. Watlington, Sr., will preach in Washington on Sunday. Elisha:_ A Life of Helpfulness TO SPEAK SUNDAY. Dr. Charles F. Yoder wro arrived in Hagerstown Thursday from South America will be the guest speaker at the First Brethren Church, Antietam and Mulberry Streets tomorrow, at the 10:30 preaching hour, Dr. Yoder, a pioneer missionary, has been stationed in Argentina for thirty years and wag professor of Science In the National College at Rio Quarto for twelve years. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON • Scripture—H Kinjf* 5:1-27 Toward the end of Elijah s life, he saw Elisha plowing in a Geld with twelve yoke of oxen before Kim. and as Elijah passed by he cast ~his mantle over Elisha. Elisha became Elijah's disciple, and when the Lord took Elijah up to heaven in a chariot of fire. Elisha caught his mantle as it fell and was able to perform miracles through its power With Elijah .« mantle EUsha smot* thf waters of the Jordan river and it parted so that he could walk through so h* knew that truly Elijah .« power had fallen on him Naaman captain of th« boats of th* king of Syria cam* to Elisha to t* cured of and wa* r_oH f.o waah seven timss in the Jordan GOLDEN TEXT-Eph«sja.n* 4 321 SUNDAY IN THE "While the soldiers were passing through the people put ' out pails of fresh water along the streets. The -soldiers, with their tin cups, would break from the ranks and /ill their cups, then march on." Miss Rouskulp said she remembered the retreat of the Confederates after the Battle ot Gettysburg. They were hurrying to Williamsport and went out what is now Virginia avenue. But when they reached Williamsport the river was too high and they were forced to wait until it receded. Miss Rouskulp said that her father. Upton Rouskulp was in partnership with hia brother, Samuel J. Rouskulp. They were hatters and furriers and had a store on West Washington street opposite to where Eyerly's is now located. They manufactured all kinds ot hats, including high silk hats, in the factory on Franklin street. In talking about the old buildings Miss Rouskulp mentioned the three-story Spangler house on North Potomac street, built before the Civil War, and the first "skyscraper" in Hagerstown. Miss Rouskulp was born on' the same site where her present house now stands and when the new residence was erected in 18S5, she wont to live there and has resided there ever since. South Potomac street fifty years ago was a residential street, she said. She recalled the McGill house across the street. Dr. McGill was a Southerner and had several sons in the Confederate Army. She said that Lappans Club Gives Party At Local Park Husbands and friends were entertained on Tuesday at the- City .Park by members ot the Lappans Homemakers' Club. The social committee composed of Mrs. William Lynch and Mrs. B. I. Beck had charge of the program. A treasure hunt for both the young people and adults was a feature during the day. Games were played and a picnic lunch served. Those present were: Mrs. Mollie Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Churchey, Mrs. Margaret Gillan, Miss Lorraine Gilland. Miss Martha Gerberick, Miss Catherine Henesy, Mrs. John Lewis, Miss Grace Barnhart, Mrs. Elizabe! h Hartlc, Miss Martha Peyton, Miss Lillian Peyton, Mrs. Frank Barnhart, Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. War- rrnfeltz< Miss Gladys May. Miss Kthcl Jenkins. Miss Vivian Webber. Miss Lcoua Jenkins, Miss Mifanway Jenkins. Mrs. G. W. Webber, Mrs. G. C. Jenkins, Mrs. I V. S. Seaman. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Whittington, Billy and Dale Lewis, Mrs. Jennie Stockslagcr, Mrs. Bea. sie May, Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Beck, Mrs. W. S. Mumma, Ardath Lee Mumma, Mrs. Frances Cosens, Mr. and Mrs. William Lynch, Mrs. Carrie Peyton, Patsy Ann Moser, Mrs. Mary Moser, Altha Peyton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lynch. Mrs. Samuel Lohman, Ardella Lohman, Francos Lohman, Rodger Lohman. Jane Gordon, Mrs. Theodore Hebb and son. Mrs. Lillian Thomas, Mrs. Kdna Barnhart. Ruth Ridononr. Harry 1,, Whittington and Mr?. Fay C. Cooper, By NEWMAN CAMPBELL (The International Uniform Lesson on the above topic for Au gust 13 13 II Kings 5:1-27. the Golden Text being Ephesiana "Be ye kind one to another.") ELIJAH. th« "man of courage." who was not afraid to tell the kings to their faces when they were in the wrong and what pun ishntent would follow, was nearing the end of his life. Who would succeed him? One day a* Elijah journeyed along the road, he aaw a young man plowing in the field with 12 oxen; and when the young man saw Elijah he left his oxen and followed after him. Elijah tried to send him back, but to all his. re- monstrances Eliaha answered: "As the Lord liveth, and as thy soul Uveth, I will not leave thee." So the two journeyed on together. They came to a stream and Elijah took his mantle and wrapped it together and smote the waters and they were divided so that the two passed over. Then Elijah said to Elisha "Ask what I shall do for thee, before I am taken away from thee." And Elisha answered, "I pray thee, let a double portion of thy spirit be upon me." -Thou hast asked a hard thing," said Elijah; "nevertheless, if thou see me when I am taken from thee, it shall be so unto thee; fcut if not, it shall not be so." Elijah Caught Up to Heaven And then there appeared a chariot of fire and horses of fire, and parted the two men and Elijah was caught up by a whirlwind to heaven. Elisha caught Elijah's mantle a« it fell from him and went to the bank of the Jordan river. Holding the mantle he smote the waters as Elijah had done, and the waters parted to let him pass through. So he knew that Elijah's power to work miracles had fallen on him. The topic of our lesson today is . "Elisha: A Life of Helpfulness." EUsha was considered more gen- ;tle and sympathetic than Elijah. The. only story told of him that contradicts that statement is the one pf the children who called him "bald-head," which provoked him ;so that he cursed them and from the woods came two bears who injured the children. Possibly .some enemy of Elisha's told" that story to discredit him. for in all the other records of his life he is pictured as kind, but firm. He was a friend and counselor of the kings ;and only once, during a bad famine, was he threatened. He helped widows and other unfortunates. One woman proved a good friend of his and gave him bread to eat when he came that way, and told her husband she was go* •ing to prepare a room where Elisha could rest when he came that way She did so and \vhen he found that above all things she wanted a son. he petitioned the Lord to give her one The child came, and when he was still very young he died He had been out in the field with his father, and suddenly put his hands to his head and cried. "My head, my head!" His father took him home, but he apparently died, and, his mother set out to find Elisha Elisha came and laid himself on the child, breathing into him. and the child came to life ; Cures Naamaift's Leprosy ; Then there is the story of the captain of the king of Syria's soldiers. He was a good and brave man, but a leper. The king he served was an enemy of the king of Israel, and in one of their battles he had brought home a little Jewish girl as a slave, and she waited on his wife. The captain's name was Naaman. The little slave girl told Naaman's wife that it was a pity they could not send for Elisha, the prophet of Samaria, for he would cure the leprosy. When Naaman heard that he asked his king's leave to go to Israel, and took gifts with him. His king wrote a letter to the king of Israel and asked him to cure Naarcu.i's leprosy, not mentioning Elisha. The king of Israel was pretty upset' about it, not understanding the matter; he rent his clothes, saying, "Am I God. to kill and to make alive, that this man doth send unto me to recover a man of his leprosy? wherefore consider, I pray you, and see how he seek- eth a quarrel against me." When Elisha heard the story he told them to let Naaman come to dim, and when he had come he told him. "go wash in the Jordan seven times, and thou shalt be clean." Naaman was very discouraged it that advice when he thought he would have something much more important to do. In fact, he was very angry. But he was final- y prevailed upon to do that very simple thing, and lo.and behold 'his flesh came again like unto the flesh of a little child, and he was clean." We cannot work miracles, but we can be good neighbors and 'riends, helping wherever we can, and thus live lives of helpfulness, 'ollowing our Golden Text, "Be ye kind one to another." First Brethren Antietam and Mulberry Rev. Wm. H. Beachier, D. D. Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'cloci Morning Service 10:30 o'cloci Dr. Charles V. Yoder, South American missionary, will preach. Church of the Nazarene West Side Ave. and Church St. Rev. C. L. Arnold, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service Y. P. Service ... Evening' Service 11:00 o'clock . 6:45 o'clock 7:45 o'clock St. John's Episcopal 8. Prospect and Antietam Sti. Rev. Walter Byron Stehl, D. D., Rector Morning 1 Service S:00 o'clock No evening 1 service. Washington Sq. Methodist Washington Ave., "at the Square' Rev. John E. Fort, pastor. Sunday School ......... 9:45 o'clock Morning: Service 11:00 o'clock The Salvation Army 326 West Washington Street Major Amel Shultz, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning Service . 11:00 o'clock Y. P. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening: Service 7-45 o'clock Emmanuel U. B. Summit Ave. and Howard St. Rev. Paul E. Holdcraft, D. D. Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning- Service 10:30 o'clock "The Grace of Kindness." No evening services. Mid-week Service Wed. 7:30 P. M.. Church of God 628 Salem Ave. Earl E. Marquiss, Pastor Sunday School 0:r.O o'clock Morning Service 10:4o o'clock Y. P. Service 6:30 o'clock Evening- Service 7:30 o'clock Prayer Service Wed., 7:30 P. M. Cottage Meeting Mon. and Fri.. 7:30 P. M. Presbyterian Washington and Prospect St*. William S. Hesi, D. D., Paitor Sunday Schooi SMS o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Kev. Charles K. Wehler, D. D. will preach. St. Paul's Evangelical Cor. High and Franklin Sta. Rev. Walter J. Dice, Pastor Combined Service ... 9:00 o'clock No evening service. Prayer service Wed.. 7:30 P. 'M. Copyright. IJtf. Klnr Femturw Syndicate. Inc. Tailored Style For The Younger Set TINY TOT STYLE—EAST TO MAKE »<Vs United Brethren In Christ Corner Locust and Antietam Sts. Rev. Charles L. Herr, Pastor Sunday School and Worship Unified Service 3 to 10:45 o'clock "Cultivating 1 an Kye for Goodness." Sunday evening" and mid-weok services recalled because ot .Rhodes Grove camp meeting-. Seventh Day Adventist Mulberry Ave., and McComat St. W. R. Riston, Pastor Sabbath School. Saturday. 9:45 o'clock. Morning- Service. Saturday. 11:00 Meeting o'clock. Prayer P. M. Wednesday 7:45 The Church of God Rev. F. H. Snavely, Pastor Summit Ave. and Baltimore St. Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Alorninf Service 10:45 o'clock Y. P. Service 7:15 o'clock Lvening- Servi.ce 8:00 o'clock Evening- service in Doub's Woods. St. Paul's 0. B. Franklin and Locust Sts. Rev. F. Berry Plummer, D. D. Pastor Morning- Service 9:00 'o'clock "The Valley of the Shadow of Death," Sunday School 10:00'o'clock Trinity Lutheran Potomac St. and Randolph Ave. J. S. Simon, D. D., Pastor Sunday School ..; !):30 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Rev. Parker Vv'asrnild. of Gettysburg- College, will preach. Grace United Brethren Corner W. Church and Winter Sts. Rev. G. I. Rider, Pastor Morning- Service '. 11:00 o'clock "The Use nf Small Talents." Evening Service. 7:00 o'clock "Our Chief Vacation." First Baptist W. Washington St. Rev. P. B. Watlinflton, Pastor Sunday School 3:45 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock V. P. Service 6:15 o'clock Evening 1 Service ...... 7:30 o'clock Prayer Meeting- Wed. 7:30 P. M. St. Mary's Catholic West Washington St. Rev. Fr. J. Francis Leary, Pastor Masses Sunday Moi-n}nfr 7:00, 8:00, 9:00. 10:30 o'clock Evening- Devotions 7:30 o'clock Christian Science Society 235 N. Potomac St. Sunday School 9:45 o'clock Morning- Service 11:00 o'clock Subject: SOUL. Golden Text: Lamentations 3:34. The Lord is my portion, .saith my soul: therefore will 1 hope in him. Wednesday evening-, testimonial meeting. 8:00 o'clock. Reading room. 235 North Polemic St.. open .Monday and Friday. 2.30 o 4:30. where the Bible and 'ihe Ihrlstian Science textbook, by Mary (The 0ol6ett (Text "Be ye kind one to another."—Ephesians 4:32 Baker Eddy may be chased or borrowed. read, pur- Second- Brethren 835 Spruce Street Rev. Roy S. Long, Pastor Sunday School D:30 o'clock lorning Service .... 10:45 o'clock "Gort's "Workmanship." Evening 1 Service 7:30 o'clock "Choice of Service." Bible and pr.iyer .service Vfedncp- ay evening- at home of John F. Vlllinehnm. Ifi S. .Mulberry St. Volunteers of America 76 Madison Ave. W. Sylcox in Charge Rev. .1. .H. Crnftftwlilti, S. S. Supt. Boys' C. C. L. Tuesday 7 P. Al. Girls' C. C. L. Thursday 7 P. AL Sunday School 2:30 o'clock Union Chapel Corbett Street .Morning Service 10:4'i O'clock Evening Service 7:30 O'clock Sunday School 2:30 o'clock Cottage Prayer Meeting every Thursday. Millers Tabernacle Pentecost 1100 West Washington St. Rev. W. A. Miller, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Evening Service 7:45 o'clock Prayer and Praise service Thursday evening: of each xvcek at 7:45 o'clock. St. Mark's Lutheran Washington Square Rev. Roy L. Sloop, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning- Service' 10:45 o'clock Rev. Leon x. Zahn will preach. Subject, "Why Christians Do Not Behave as Christians." Christ Reformed W. Franklin St. Rev. H. A. Fesperman. 0. D., Paster Sunday School 3:30 o'clock Morning 1 Service 11:00 o'clock Sermon by David Schnehly. Vfung- People's Park Service 6:30 P. M. Assemblies of God (Btthel) Howard and Spruce StS. Rev. Ralph Jeffrey. Pastor Sunday School 9:43 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock I Evening: SerxMce 7:30 o'clock Zion Reformed N. Potomac St. Rev. Scott R. Wagner, D. D., Pastor Sunday School 9:45 o'clock No church services during Ausr- GospeJ Tabernacle Pentecost Ross and Lanval* StrttU Rev. G. W. Gross, Pastor Sunday School _.. 9:45 o'clock Evening Service .. 7:30 o'clock Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:3f P. AL Church of the Brethren E. Washington and Mulberry it*. Rev. A. M, Dixon, Pastor Sunday School .. 9:00 o'clock Morning: Service 10:30 o'clock Rev. and Mrs. Ira Petre, speakers. St. Paul's Methodist N. Potomac St. •lev. J. E. Kemp Horn, Pastor Sunday School- 9:45 o'clock Morning Service ..... 11:00 o'clock Mr. A. Raymond Schmidt, g-uest speaker. First Christian South Potomac St. Rev. Wm. M. Nor meat, Pastor Morning Service ...... S:3Q o'clock Sunday School 10:30 o'clock Howard St. Methodist Howard and Chestnut Sta. Rev. Joseph T. Riley, Pastor Sunday School 9:4.5 o'clock Evening- Service S:00 o'clock St. John's Lutheran S, Potomac St. J. Edw. Harms, D, D., Patter Sunday School 9:30 o'clock "Elisha, a Life of Helpfulness." Mornlnit Service 11:00 o'clock "Cleaning- the Temple." Second Christian Church 65 W. North St. rtev. W. H. Taylor Morning; Service 11:00 o'clock Sunday School 3:00 o'clock Y. P. Service 7:30 o'clock Evening; Service S:00 o'clock Asbury Methodist Jonathan, near Church St. Rev. W. S. Jackson, Pastor . Sunday Schot-j 9:."50 o'clock Morning- Service .... 11:00 o'clock "Ear Cut off by a Sword." Evening Service x-ny o'clock "Trouble Natural to All." Ebenezer A. M. 40 W. Rethel St. REV. D. A. WILSO.V PASTOR Sunday School 2:30 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock "Pearly Gates." Y. P. Service 11:30 o'clock Evening Service 8:00 o'clock "Te Deum," chanted. Mid Week service Wed- I P. M. Zion Baptist Jonathan and Bethti Sts. Rev, Charles P. Comer, Patter Morning' Service 11:00 o'clock Sundav School 2:00 o'clock Y. P. Service „„. 6:45 o'clock Ev«nln|t Service 8:00 o'clock SUNDAY IN COUNTY AND SUBURBAN CHURCHES CHURCH OK THE UNITED BRETHREN JN CHRIST, Boonsboro Charge, -E. L. Stine, Pastor: 60OXSBOKO— Bible School 3:30 o'clock Xo evening service during Aug. Union Christian Kiuleavor service at Crystal Grottoes at 7:30 P. M.. program by Benevola Society. Speaker. Mr. Orla Montgomery. BENEVOLA- Bible School 0:30 o'clock Worship l(i:-)."> o'clock C. K. at the Crystal Grottoes at 7:30 P. M. MONKOE-— \Vorship 0:30 o'clock Bible School 10:30 o'clock MT. LKNA— Bible School 1:30 o'clock No preaching service. THE CHURCH OF GOD. Chestnut Grove, Mel., Rev. G. R. Taylor. Pastor: Sunday Srh^ol 10:00 o'clock Y. P. Service «:."() o'clock | Evening: Service 7:3(1 o'clock Prayer service Thnrs.. 7:30 P. M. Professor Hicks, of Haj?erstown. will deliver nn address Sunday. Aug. 13, at 7:30 P. M. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Williamsport, Rev. Pastor: W. C. Huddle, Sunday School 0:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Xo evening service. REHOBETH UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH. Williamsport. H. C. Kottler, Pastor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morning Servic«- 10:45 o'clock Evening Service 7:()() o'clock Cnmmunit Park s«rvico—Speaker. Prof. 11. .1. .\1u\very. Supt. public schools, Franklin County, Pa. WILLIAMSPORT CHURCH, East Church St., Rev. Robert K. Hiller, Pastor: Sunday School Morning Service .... "The Book of Life." Evening Service Guest speaker. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. P:."0 o'clock 10:30 o'clock 7:00 o'clock CHURCH OF ST. PAUL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Smithsburg, Md., Joseph T. Riley, pastor: Sunday School 0:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Western Pike, (Clear- spring Parish.) Luther L. Hare, Pastor: GOD. Brunswick, ., Rev. John F. Myers, pastor: J Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Morning Service 9:00 o'clock Francis Bell, the preacher. FA1RPLAY CIRCUIT OF CHURCH OF GOD. Rev. ence McGaha, Pastor: FAJRPLAY— Bible School 3:00 o'clock Y. P. C. K 7::;0 o'clock livening Service S:uo o'clock Prayer Service Thurs.. 7:30 P. M. LOCUST VALLEY-Bible School 0:30 o'clock Worship 10:30 o'clock C. E 7:30 o'clock Prayer Service Thurs.. S P. M. Sunday School ft;30 o'clock Y. P. Service 7:30 o'clock Evening- Service S:00 o'clock Prayer Meeting Wed. night at S o'clock. THE! Clar- CHEWSVILLE U. B. CHURCH, Rev. E. R. Andrews. Pastor: Sun fin y School . .Mornincr Service Y. P. Service .., ]0.-oo o'clock !':00 o'clock 6:45 o'clock ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, Clearspring, Md., Luther L. Hare. Pastor: Sunday School 9:1"> o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Preacher; Francis Bell. CHURCH OF GOD. Mt. Briar, Rev. Gardner R. Taylor, Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Prayer Service, Wed.. 7:30 P. M. THE CHURCH OF GOD. Antietam,! ST. PAUL S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, Funkstown, Rev. Harry M. Young. Pastor: Sunday School .... Morning Service . . Md.. Rev. John F. Myers, pastor: Sunday School 0:30 o'clock Morning- Service 10:30 o'clock Evening Service 7:30 o'clock- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Thursday night, 7:30 o'clock. MIDULETOWN Middletown: U. B. CHARGE, Sunday School P:30 o'clock "Worship 10:30 o'clock j PLEASANT VALLEY U. B.— 10:40 o'clock j Sunday School 2:00 o'clock 9:30 o'clock I "Worship 3:00 o'clock THE CHURCH OF GOD. Pleasantville, J. E. Stephen, Pastor: Sunday School 10:00 o'clock Morning Service 11:00 o'clock Y. P. Service 7:30 o'clock Ev»>ninsJ- Service S:00 o'clock Prayer and praise service Wed... S:00 o'clock. BOONSBORO CHRISTIAN Church Robert G. Sulanke. pastor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Communion 10:30 o'clock Christian Endeavor meets at Crystal Grottoes in union services. BEAVER CREEK CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Robert G. Sulanke. pastor: Communion 9:30 o'clock Sunday School .» 10:00 o'clock CHURCH OF GOD, Blue Mountain- ML Lena Circuit, Rev. Preston Lucas, Pastor: BLUE MOUNTAIN— Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Morninf Servic* -10:30 o'clock Y. P. C. E. 7:30 o'clock Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud? Wednesday, 7:45 P. M. MT. LENA— Evening Service 7:30 o'clock Messag-e by Rev. Preston Lucas. THE CHURCH OF ' GOD, Broadfording, Rev. John F. Myer», pastor: Sunday School 9:30 o'clock Cottafre praver meeting: Tuesday 7:30 P. M. THE CHURCH OF GOD, Zittlei- town. Rev. G. R. Taylor, Pastor. Sunday School .; 9:30 o'clock Mornina: Service 10:30 o'clock Prayer Service. Wed., 7:30 P. M, SH1LOH U. B. CHURCH, R«T. E. R. Andrews, pastor: Sunday School »:30 o'clock Morning Service 10:30 o'clock Xo evening service. CHRIST EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCH. Cave- j town, Md.. Rev. Edward T. j Plitt, Pastor: ' Morning- Service 0:1."> o'clock Sunday School 10:13 o'clock SHARPSBURG LETTER Sharpsburs:. AUK. S. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith and son, Marian and Jean; Mr. and Mrs. j gerstown. is here visiting Mr. and Glenn Zimmerman. Mrs. Alice Mrs. Harry Hoover. Smiih. of Hagerstown, and Mr. and j Master Tommy Kaiss, of Hagers- Mrs. Leo Smith and son, oC Blue- town, is vacationing here with his ST. JAMES EVANGELICAL AND j tioninff with Mr and Mrs victor REFORMED Church, WoUsville, Md., Rev. Edward T Plitt, Pastor: of Bluefield, \V. Va., are here vaca- ; fiel(1 w . Va., were entertained Sun- M«rni»«s WE'LL KEEP OURS IN THE ICE BOX Style No. 2620 Is designed for sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. *"Style No. 3223 is designed for sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 ytars. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15o for tnis PATTERN. SUMMER FASHION MAGAZINE 10 cents extra. All orders for the Daily Mail Peerless fashions should be addressed Fashion Dept.. Hagerstown Daily Mail, 121 West NinoT^mh Street, New York Cily. Smith and family. Mrs. C. M. Taut A and children. Carl and Naomi: Richard \Vhisner nnci Betty Jane Moore visited in Washington and r,len Echo last week. Miss Gladys Thomas, of Washington, is here spending a couple of weeks with Mr. and Moore and family. MAYFIELD, Ky., Aug. 12 (&}.— Workmen cleaning a well at Mrs. Sarah Waller's fr.rm home found an earthen jar of hutter submerged i breakdown Mrs. Earl day at the home of Mrs. V. M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ilimes and sons returned to Knoxville. Tenn., last wr»ok after vacationing here with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miss Naomi Tame has returned home from Washington jifter visiting a week with her sister. Miss Sidonie Tautc. Miss Helen Gloss, of Washington, in mud at the bottom of the Billy Mumma has been housed for spent the week-end here \vith her a couple of weeks with a nervous I mother, Mrs. Emma Gloss. S Mr. and Mrs. Fred Remsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Baker, of Washington, spent a few days in their summer home here. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Marshall, Miss grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Adele Mongan and Eddie Palmer, Swain. Mrs. Clarence Easterday and daughter, Rebecca Jean, and Mrs. J. W. Dorsey and son returned from Reading. Pa., on Wednesday after visiting Wm. McQuay and family. Mrs. H. D. Chapman returned from the Washington County Hospital on Saturday after being a patient there for ten days. Messrs. Carl and Jack Jones and Nancy Anne Jones, of Hagenback, N. J., are here visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones. Capt. and Mrs. Oliver Scott, of I Mrs. Orville Myers, of Hagerstown,! Mrs. Allie Marker, of Washington, is here visiting Mrs. Martha Mrs. Waller, now 92, said the jar Arlington, Va.. visited here last spent Friday in Washington. was dropped accidentally while be-j Sunday with Capt. and Mrs. C. M. ! Misses Mary Alma Shealey. Mary j Snavely. ing hung in the well to keep the : Tanle ' butter cool and fresh—30 years ago. Yet, she. said, the same butter, .Lancaster. Pa., spe found by iho workmen, apparently with Mrs. Lillian was in good condition and had no fisMicrht^r , Elizabeth Shealey and Jane Shea- Mr, and Mrs. Ensor Otto spent a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rrashears. of ey have returned home to Bates-i couple of days at Norfolk. Va., h ' rp burc: - s - r - aftf>r their with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hall. I of Middletown, spent Sunday at North Beach, along the Chesapeake Bay. Mrs. Edward Vickers and datigh- .ter, of Norfolk, Va.. are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Callahan. Miss Phyllis Entler, of Martins* burg, is spending her vacation hers with her grandmother. Mrs. Lillie Mongan. Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Carnahan have returned home after tourinj the Southern States. Mrs. Emma Hammond Carney, ot Washington, is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond. Preaching services on Sundaf morning at Trinity Luthcrtil church at 10:35, Rev. H. D. man/pastor. A »rancid uste or odor. t Kalpa Smith. 1 Thomas and vacation wirh Dr. and Mrs. W. H.; Mrs. H. M. Johnson returned home Sh-\Vi~y. ! with them after visiting in Norfolk and dausb-icrs,i Miss Doris Cunningham, of Ha-'several \ YOU'LL h« surpr\s*d at tJ» which ar* offered daily In th« das*t* fled ads. , .

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