The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 14, 1939 · Page 7
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, August 14, 1939
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1939. SEVEN For new* to be carried on tht« f«re* call Mini PenninKton at phone 105 between 8 and 11 a. m., 3 to 4 p. m. ft o T 1 c K : ,\o wcddfnx*, engagement* or birth announcement* will be accepted hr the Dally Mall for publication ante** signed or propexlj verified. COUPLE WED ON AUGUST 8 Miss Crilly Becomes Bride Of Mr. Miller In Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Crilly of Williamsport, announce the mar riage of their daughter, Miss Lult M. Crilly, to Mr. Charles Miller, Jr. of Mapleville. The wedding took place on Tues day, August S, at New Philadelphia Ohio, the Rev. V. C. Stamets of the "United Brethren church performin the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of white flowered marquisette over white taffeta and carried bouquet of white gladiolus. Miss Dorothy Crilly and Ramon Crilly, of New Philadelphia, cousin of the bride, were the only attendants. Mrs. HiHer .has been residing in Frederick for the past year. Salesmen Guests Of Bakery Over Week-End The Hagerstown Bakery entertained members of its sales department at an outing held at Breezy Point over the week end. The party left Saturday night and returned. Sunday with large supplies of fish. D. E. Smith, sales manager, was in charge of arrangements for the trip. Others who attended were: Ralph Funkhouser, Robert Jenkins, Orvil Rohrer, Frank Mentzer, Jack Hart, Glenn Weidner, Albert Lowery, Robert Clopper, Austin Jennings, Lester Baer, Ward Pierce and Melvin Laign. GIVE PARTY FOR 18TH BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Weaver, Spruce street, entertained on Friday evening in honor of the eighteenth birthday of their daughter. Miss Doris Weaver. Refreshments were served to the following guests: the Misses Jane and Doris- Hepperle, Helen Stallings,- Hazel Shoemaker, Ellen Allen, Marie Horn, Jeanette Fereiro, Jeanette Williams, Vivian Horn and Polly Baily; Harmon Ridenour, Charles Wilhide, Fred Thomas, Charles and Austin Beuiier, Winton Varner, Wilford Stallings, Junior Hepperle, Richard Rohrer, Don Staley, Albert Descpply, William, Jack and Robert Weaver, Mrs. Mac Shirley and Mrs. Helen Horn. Social and Personal Miss Laura Coston has returned to her home on North Potomac street from a three-months trip to Los Angeles, the San Francisco Exposition, the Canadian Rockies and Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powles and children have just returned to their home on Broadway after spending a week's vacation in Atlantic City. Mrs. R. E. Lohr, Western Pike, is recovering from a major operation at the Washington County Hospital. United States Senator L. B. Snyder, of Charleston, W. Va., was the week-end guest of A. H. Davidson, this city. Mrs. Katie Fechtig is quietly celebrating her eighty-seventh birthday today at her home, 234 Potomac street. Mrs. F. F. Henson has left for a business trip to New York City. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Renner and Miss Bertha Renner, East Baltimore street, and Miss Charlotte Irvine, Winter street, left on Sunday to spend a week in Atlantic City. Mrs. Raymond Middlekauff and daughters, Doris and Thelma motored to Washington, D. C.,. last week. While there they saw Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney, movie stars, in person at Lowe's Capital Theatre. Miss Ruth Derr is confined to her home on Wayside avenue by illness. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Strouse and daughter, Julia Ann, Potomac avenue, have returned from then- vacation spent near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. • Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipley, East Franklin street, have returned after visiting friends in Hillside, N. J. They also attended the World's Fair in New York and visited Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnston, Hamilton, Boulevard, have left to spend several days attending the New York Fair. Mrs. Frank C. Maisack, East Antietam. street, and her niece, Mrs. Jessie Yingling, have returned to their respective homes from a trip of several weeks to Chicago, Los -\ngeles, the Golden Gate Exposi- ion and Ogden, "Utah. Miss Alice Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lynch, Maryland avenue, and her cousin, Miss Myrtle Barnes, accompanied by friends from Washington, attended the World's Fair in New York last Wednesday and Thursday. They traveled from Washington by plane and were registered at the New Yorker. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crilley, of Washington, D. C., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Ruch, Chewsville. Miss Dorothy Martz, South Mulberry street, has returned after spending several days in Baltimore. Miss Ruby Jackson, North Potomac street, is on a business trip n New York City and will also attend the World's Fair. Mrs. L. P. Shenk, Pennsylvania avenue, is attending the World's Fair in New York where she is vis- ting Mrs. E. K. Stokes at the Hotel aris. She was accompanied by ler son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ind Mrs. Fred Thornton, of Mar- insburg, who are the guests of Mr. ind Mrs. Edward Flanagan, Brook- yu, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Gessner Harrison, Oak Hill avenue, axe spending their vacation at Virginia Beach. Miss Suzanne Byron, Forrest Drive, is visiting her college roommate, Miss Betty O'Conor, Worcester, Mass. ZION CHOIR HASPICNIC Motor To Caledonia Par] For Supper Party On Friday. Members of the Zion Reforme choir and their' families motored t Caledonia Park on Friday evenin for a picnic supper. Honors fo horseshoe pitching were won b Director Charles H. Roderick an Frank Hoffman. Those who attended were: Mr and Mrs. Roderick, Mr. and Mrs. J C. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifto Reedy, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F Ridenour, Mrs. George Sowter an daughter, Mrs. Ralph. Strevig an daughter, Jane; Mrs. Anne Wilsfo Mrs. S. H. Mullendore, Mrs. Rober Brindle, Mrs. J. S. Hade, the Misse Hattie Harbaugh, Louise Spielman Flossie Hoffhine, Auna Stevenson Eleanor White and Erne Grove; N B^.. Kurzenknabe, George White Carlton Schuler, Frank Hoffhine, E L. Souders and Mr. Lee. Arrangements were in charge o a committee headed by Mrs. J. S Hade. Miss Margaret Binkley, of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived last evening to visit her mother, Mrs. Emma Binkley, North avenue. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Christiansen, of. Logan, Utah, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Buys, East Antietam street. Mr. Christiansen is a member of the American Bandmasters' Association.' CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY MOJUD HOSIERY SALE $1.15 Hose 89c — 3 pairs $2.50 $1.00 Hose 79c — 3 pairs $2.25 P5c Hnse 69c — "i pairs 52-00 e's ON MAL Shoes A. F. MILLER—Chiropodist 19 Public Square Charge Accounts Invited ! "A New Arrow Service" Arrow Shoe Store 25 West Washington Street WOMEN'S HATS L. & B. Hat Shop N. E. Cor. Public Square J BEAUTY CULTURE Classes now forming for day and night terms. Prlvalo lessons for brush-up theory aiifl individual subjects. Dorothy Dermody SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE 25 N. Potomac St. — Phone 1382 Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Ware- ha.m, Jr., and children, McKee avenue, are attending the New York Douglas AVeaver, Jr., lias returned to his home on Spruce street after spending three days in Atlantic City. He was awarded the trip for winning the "Washington Post subscription contest. The Misses Jane and Jean Miller have returned to their home on South Potomac street after spending the week-end in Baltimore. Miss Edna Hoover, North Potomac street, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. AA 7 . H. Beachley, Reid. Mr. and Mrs. James AValker Ilumrichose Ridgely will move this week from Ruxton, near Baltimore, to Hagerstown to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Ridgely and children will leave shortly to visit Mrs. Robert Roosevelt at Bayville, L. I. Miss Gable Wed To Ghambersburg Man Miss Mildred Elizabeth Gable, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gable, Elizabeth street, and Mr. Fred H. Gluck. son of Mr. George Gluck, of Chambersburg, Pa., were married on Saturday .morning at the parsonage of Washington Square Methodist Church. Rev. John E. Forte, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony. Trie bride wore a blue dress with white accessories and a corsage of rosebuds and baby breath. Immediately after the ceremonj j the couple motored to Atlantic City where they will spend their honeymoon after which they will reside in Chambersburg. Mrs. Gluck was employed at Newberry's Store while Mr. Gluck is employed in the Woolen Mills, Chambersburg. WEINER ROAST. The Philathea class of Washing ton Square Methodist Church held a wiener roast at Pangborn Park on Thursday evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tewalt, Mr. and Mrs Wilbur McAllister, Mr. and Mrs Gernard Bloyer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Hillard French, Mesdames Bertha Myers Rachel Hillard, Miss Audrey Angle Grace Miller, Isabel Myers, Evelyn Mason, Althea Miller, Mary Katherine Recher, Blanche Creek, Millie Myers, Margaret Lushbaugh, Larry French and Leonard French. Norma's Free Again Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cottrill recently celebrated their first anniversary. Little Connie Lou Fiscr, Summit avenue, has returned after spending a week with her aunt, Mrs. George burp, W. Va. Bradshaw, Martins- Mr, and Mrs. Paul Reisner and daughter, Patricia, have returned to their home on North avenue after spending a week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reisner, Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Naomi Blickcnstaff is vacationing in Philadelphia and New York. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Jane Evans who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Waltz, Chewsville. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Waltz have returned from their wedding trip to New York and Niagara Falls and are no wrcsiding with the groom's parents at Chewsville. Birthday Party Is Held For Daughter Mrs. Harry T. Jones, North Mulberry street, entertained at a party on Saturday afternoon at the City Park in honor of the sixth birthday of her daughter, Pauline Jones. Prizes for games were won by Joanne Willett, Lorarine McGJnley and Lynn Bar tie. Others who attended were: Lois and Jane Willett, Gordon Zachs, Bertha Close, Eddie, Bobby and Nancy Garmong, Shirley Jones, Sandra Smith, Mrs. J. Scott Lantz, Mrs. Ernest Bartle. Mrs. Marvin Smith and Mrs. Paul Jones. M J ,ss Betty Jane Murray, North Potomac street, Romncy, \Y. Vn. is visiting in Mrs. Joseph Hoover who has been residing with Mrs. R. E. Lohr, Western Pike has moved to the Misses Ehy, Maugansville. 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 Suites $59.00 up 3-pc. Bedroom Suites $49.00 up — TERMS IF DESIRED — MEYERS & BERKSON 41 - 43 West Franklin St. — Opp. Post Office ANNUAL PICNIC. The employes and families of Brandt's Cabinet Works gathered for their second annual picnic on Saturday at Row's Park, along the Conococheague Creek. Between three hundred and fifty and four hundred persons attended the outing. Games and contests featured the entertainment with prizes being won by Ivan Schneider, first and Joe Niner, second, golf driving; Harry Straub, first and Allen Williams, second, dart throwing and Albert Brown, first and John Stevenson, second, horse shoe pitching. Paper hats and noise makers were distributed among the children, Richard Ileeringa was chairman of the committee composed of George Williams, Lewis Eyerly, Robert Bell and Frank Fierv. Just a few minutes after crossing the Rio Grande into Mexico, Norma Talmadge was granted a divorce from George Jessel. The ex- film star said she still. likes the comedian, but they would be happier apart. SWEPT OVERBOARD Dunkirk, N. Y., Aug. 13 (fi>)— George Cumpson, -15. McKeesport, Pa., president of the Allegheny County Sportsmen's League, was swept overboard from a fishing boat by a high wave today .at Van Buren Bay, five miles west of here on Lake Erie. Residents of the bay summer resort set out in rowboats in a search for his body. Cumpson had been on a fishing expedition with Peter Krass and A. F. Menzemer, both of Pittsburgh. Return From Week At University Alsatia Dance On Auust 28 Some of the Washington county young people who attended the twenty-first annual 4-H Club Week, concluded Saturday at the University of Maryland, College Park. First row, left to right: Doris Grab, Irene Nally, Helen Rowe, Sarah .Cunningham, Virginia Shipp, Virginia Paulsgrove; second row: Barbara Beck, Janet Alter, Edna Hertz'; third row: Cora Houser, Ruth Reed, Arada Pickering, Janette Deibert, Anne Mae Honold; fourth row: David McKee, Marshall Kritzer, Charles Shafer, Calvin Martz, James Rerell, Ell sworth Reeder, Harry Beggs. Pen Mar Park To Be Scene Of Club's Summer Affair. The Alsatia Club dance committee will hold a summer dance at Pen-Mar Park on Monday evening, August 28, with music by Al Gruber and his orchestra, This is strictly an Alsatia dance, being for members of the club only and any guest which may accompany them, but no outside invitations will be issued. This will be the first dance ever held by the local club at Pen-Mar and one of the largest turnouts for a summer dance is anticipated by the committee. Gruber and his band have played for numerous club dances and have proven quite popular and they have promised the committee one of the finest dance music arrangements ever offered. It is also expected that the orchestra will feature Miss Mary Donegan, accordionist with many solos during the evening. With the ample dance space available at PeSVMar Park it is expected the committee will offer several novelty dances during the evening, with the ever popular Paul Jones. Dance will be from 9- until 1. Dress, of course, will be informaL The committee is composed of: Milton Porterfield, chairman; James Warlow, Paul Huffer, John. Patterson and Joseph Fiery. Miss Under Wed To Mr. Gruber Saturday Miss - Susan Elizabeth Lander, daughter of Mr. V. E. Liuder, Jefferson street, and Mr. Albert S. ruber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Gruber, East Franklin street, were married in a pretty ceremony on Saturday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at the home of the groom's brother and sister-in-law. Rev. and Mrs. Lavaly D. Gruber, King street. ?he ceremony was performed by he Rev. Gruber, pastor of the /lethodist Church, Hedgesville, W. Va. The bride wore a white dress vith white accessories and a cor- age of roses. Both Mr. and Mrs. Gruber. are graduates of the Hagerstown High School. Mrs. Gruber is employed n the Metropolitan Insurance Jompany office and Mr. Gruber is uperintendent of parking meters and leader of the Club Royal Or- hestra. The couple left immediately after he ceremony for Atlantic City, N. and New York City. As a 'gong away outfit the bride wore navy lue with white accessories. ANNOUNCE BIRTH. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Horst, f Baltimore, announce the birth of daughter at St. Agnes Hospital on unday. Mr. Horst is the son of Ir .and Mrs. Russell O. Horst, ountain Head Heights. New Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely >tops Perspiration TO CAMOUFLAGE CITY. ISTANBUL (/P).—All buildings in Istanbul are to be painted the same 'hade of grey as the city's sti its, as a protection against air raidP. 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.SO. Reg. $5.00 now $3.50. 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. SHAW-RINEHART WEDDING IN JULY Mrs. Ellsworth Shaw, East Baltimore street, announces the marriage of her daughter, Ethel Elizabeth, to Mr. Charles W. Rinehart, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rinehart, Chewsville. The ceremony was performed at St. Paul's Methodise Church on Sunday, July 23. with the Rev. J. E. Kemp Horn officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart have returned from their wedding trip and are residing in Washington, D. C., where- Mr. Rinehart is employed. . ANNIVERSARY DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Murama, Fountain Head Heights, entertained at a dinner party on Friday evening complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur S. Remsburg, Potomac avenue, this city, in celebration of their crystal wedding anniversary. Decorations and table appointments conveyed the wedding motif. A number of lovely gifts in crystal were received by Mr. and Mrs. Remsburg. The guests included members of the family and among the out-of- town guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Shelby, of Charlotte, N. C- ENTERTAIN James M. Schuster and J. Henry Reisner entertained at the Dutch Kitchen last night in honor of W. J. Hosner whose marriage to Miss Ethel Rhodes, of Montgomery, Ala., will take place this week. FORSYTH REUNION The annual Forsyth reunion will be held in Cloppers Grove in Blair's Valley on Sunday, August 20. All relatives and friends are invited. PARTY HOSTESS. A party was given in honor of the twelfth birthday of Constance Bloom at her home in Leitersburg. Games were played and refreshments served the following: Phyllis Reeder, Lois Burger, Earlene and Catherine Socks, Mildred McGowen, Margaret Clopper, Jo Ann and Sonny Reed, Helen Manning, Nancy Ann Campbell, Constance Bloom, Johnny Reed, Edgar Shoop, Jack and Junior Bloom, Paul and Wilbur Bloom, Misses Betty and Mary Reed, and Helen Campbell, Mesdames Roy Reed and Herbert Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Manning, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bloom. If you lived on the moon, you could see the srun and the stars at the same time. GRAY'S FUR SHOP 16 East Washington St. Phone 1233 MORNING HERALD and DAILY MAIL DINNER SET COUPON THIS COUPON and 4 others, with 49 cent* entitle the holder to any week's offer. If ye* or4«r by mail ociot* 15 e*nb tittni for pocUf ~ to e«vtr a r»4W*.«f I5O »il#» frw> thfi 1. Does not roc dress« — 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. , S. 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 t At *" «tor«« telling totlel ! A PERFECT SUMMER LUNCHEON SNACK! Bacon and Lettuce sandwich with long, cool iKmbee) soda, Good for lunch or" after the show. 20c The KEYSTONE On the Square Maidstone Offers ATTRACTIVE SALE VALUES Solid Mahogany Pull-Up Chairs 8 This Sheraton Chair Others at 8.95, 10.50, 12.50 and up. . • . TTide selection of Covers. .95 MAIDSTONE Home Furnisher* and Interior Decorator* 117 Summit Avenue Hagerstown UBLE-DARE YOU TO MATCH THESE PERMANENT WAVE VALUES! GALE'S SPECIAL WAVE Noted for its beauty, lustre and natural appearance. A sacrifice at this price. Complete No Extras Self - Setting PERMANENT Our enormous buying power makes it possible to offer you this permanent at such a bargain. Complete $150 1 VONETTE PERMANENT Exclusive with us Is this famous wave that won't discolor white or grey hair. Individual styles to choose from. Complete VANITY FAIR PERMANENT A $10 Value $5.00 BEAUTY ITEMS 25c Each MACHINELESS PERMANENT $2.95 No Appointment Necessary Gale's Beauty Salon 54 We*t Washington Street Op«n 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Phone S42

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