The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 17, 1939 · Page 6
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, August 17, 1939
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SIX THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939. Fo* *«*[• to be carrle* o* thi» f are, call mimm Peimlnirto* at phone •5 between £ «nd 11 a. m« St» 4 Events Of Social And Club Interest * O T 1 C E I No ireddltijKH, enipa^eiueiit* or birth annouitvetuentii will be accepted by the Dallr Mull for pnbltcatloB •nleu ilj^nei or properly- vert fled. DANCE ON SATURDAY Reservations For Club Dance Must Be In By Friday. Al Grubers orchestra, featuring the Accordion Girl, will be the musical attraction on Saturday night when another in the series of buffet supper dances will be held a,t Fountain Head Country Club. Supper will be served on the terrace at 7 o'clock and dancing will be from S o'clock until midnight. Reservations are to be made tomorrow with any member of the dance committee: L. J. Sheats, Leslie Gardner, Victor F. Stine, Edgar C. Jones. C. Merritt Campbell and Fred C. Bright.. Jr. _ This committee announced today taat the nest event on its schedule is a Labor Day dance which will be held on Saturday night, September 2. The dance this week will be the 'first Cne held at the club since the new house staff has been installed. Charles Belden, formerly assistant manager of Cascade Club, Hot Springs, Va., is the new steward, and Prim Polane, for fourteen years with the Homestead Hotel at Hot Springs, is the new chef. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Tobias. Broadway, have returned after spending a week near Reading, Pa. Mrs. J. L. Martinial has returned to her home in Baltimore after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. L. E. Palmer, West Washington street. EXHIBIT OF CRAFTWORK Class Has Straw Ride And Picnic Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Dunklc, of Altoona, Pa., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Alter, North Mulberry street. Mrs. H. S. Snavely, South Mulberry street, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Margaret Beir, in Pittsburgh. Display Will Open To morrow, Continue Through Aug. 22. Approximately four hundred ar j tides of handicraft- will be on di j play for five days, beginning tomor I row, in the window of Grant's storp I The products of Hagerstown's fou playgrounds, the articles will b eligible for cash prizes which wi) be awarded to the children wh have accomplished the best work. Types of craftwork to be includ ed in this elaborate display are The Misses Jane Elliott, Neva leather purses, wooden toys, oi Bent, Mary and Jane Jacques, j cloth and yarn purses, silhouettes Doris McGlaughlin and Glendora i confetti work, metal tapping, mo Reed have returned after spending a week at Ocean City, Md. They were joined over the week-end by Miss Muriel Crosswhite. Mrs. L. P. Barkdoll is spending a week in Washington visiting her husband who is employed there. Charles Mumma, this city, left last night to spend several days attending the New York Fair. Miss Mary Green has returned to her home, in Chewsville after visit ing in West Grove, Pa., and a tending the World's Fair in N York. del airplanes, clay modelling, run ber toube toys, enamel dipping cord craft and crepe paper work. On August 24 each playgroun will have its own individual ex hibit of craftwork. These display will be open to the public from a. m. until S p. m. Russell L. Kepler, supervisor o local playgrounds, has announcec that the local < in operation August 29. grounds will continu through Tuesday The Young Women's Bible class 9f St. John's Lutheran Sunday school held a straw ride and wiener roast at Braddock Heights on Wed- aesday evening, when the following attended: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Semler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eichelberger, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bikle, Mrs. Frances Cunningham, Mrs. Worthington, Mrs. Ivan Mullenis, Alice Jenson, Mae Flannagan, Gladys Green, Edith Shilling, Betty Semler and Eddie Semler. Berkeley and Maudie Lee Conrad this city, are spending a two week vacation with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Triplett, and other relatives, Virginia. near The Plains Mrs. R. A. Ward, Forest Drive, i; spending her vacation in Washing ton. PRIZES AWARDED ON LADIES' DAY An interesting as well as unusual tournament was played by the Fountain Head Club ladies on Wednesday afternoon. Only the scores made on the odd-numbered holes entered into the calculations of the final scores and the match was listed as an "odd-hole match." Mrs. L. W. Manners won first prize and Mrs. L. H. Brumback, second, for low scores. Reunion Of Groves And Sprechers Held The eighth annual reunion of the Grove and Sprecher families was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sprecher when boating, swim* ming and games were enjoyed by a large number. Mrs. Bertha Sprecher and William Grove received prizes for being the oldest people present; Ernest Grove, Jr., and R. T. Eair, Jr., the youngest. Those "who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. William Grove. Mr. and Mrs. William Needy, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ringer, Mr. and Mrs. John Grove, Mr. and Mrs. William Needy, Jr., Mr .and Mrs. James Draper, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Sprecher, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sprecher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sprecher, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Charlton, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Grove, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Sprecher, Mesdames Bertha Sprecher, Cfllorene Kreps, Bessie Sprecher, Edna Wilson and Mary Hull; the Misses None, Joyce, Mary Louise, Hilda and Betty Jane Sprecher; Ethel, Bessie and Mollie Needy; Laverna Bair, Lorraine Grove, Elaine Charlton, Fay Grove, Audrey and Jeannette Sprecher, Lottie and Anna Jane Draper, Shirley and Bertha Charlton and Barbara Grove; Daniel and Guy Grove, Arthur Draper, Albert Charlton, Kenneth, Max, Harry,. Paul and Robert Sprecher; J. D. Grove. Jack Martin, Kenneth Myers, James Thomas, John, Neal, Danield and Emest Grove, Jr.; Oscar Andrews, Charles Stevenson and James Everly. The Rev. and Mrs. Edward Voor hees and children, Bernadine Betsy and Edward, of Waukegan 111., are the guests of Mrs. Voor hees' mother, Mrs. Emma Knott Downsville -pike. Mrs. Minnie Osborne, Summit ave nue, will leave tomorrow for a two^ weeks motor trip to Mattoon and other parts of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus B; Alter and daughter, Rosalie/ of Rockford. 111., who are enroute to Niagara Falls and Canada, stopped here to visit their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Alter. Although the two men are first cousins, they had never seen each other before. James S. Bossard, this city, who recently returned after speudin nearly a year on the island of Curacao, South America, is now attend ing the New York Fair and vacationing at Atlantic City. Miss Mildred Grossnickle, of Myersville, has received an appointment to teach in the schools of Carroll county. Richard Henneberger, of Leiter Brothers, is spending his vacation in New York City where he is visiting the. World's Fair. Miss.Mary E. Helser, 4 Marbern road, is visiting her brother, Mr. S. A. Helser and sister, Mrs. Ralph Kretzer, Cleveland. A number of the local younger set were guests at a dance last evening at the Braddock Heights Park ballroom given by the Misses Terry Harner, Agues Thomas and Virginia Teetter, of Frederick. Donald P. Wibberly, of Bridgeport, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McCormick, Paramount. Mrs. Robert daughter, Ann, B. and Huyett and son, Robert, Group Entertained At Keedysvill Members of the Women's Chris tian Temperance Union of Keedys ville were entertained at the horn of Miss Mary Kitzmiller on Tues day evening, when a program which had character-building as its them' was presented. The hostess lead the devotiona service and Mrs. L. T. Baxter anr Mrs. V. P. Conrad, of this city were the speakers. Talks were also given by Mrs. Agnes Wrigh and Miss Kitzmiller. The employes of the Victor Hosiery Company and the Victor Blue Sox will hold their annual pic nic on Saturday at Koon's meadow Cearfoss. A varied program is be ing planned, beginning at 10 a. m. and Superintendent Tom Reynolds has announced that all employes and their families are invited. Free lunch will be served. WIENER ROAST The Young Peoples Christian En deavor Society of,the First Church of God will hold a campfire meet ing at Rush's Meadows. All mem bers are asked to meet at church at 7:00 o'clock. Those having car are asked to bring them as there will be need for transportation. After the campfire service a wei ner roast will be held. ANNOUNCE BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Jones, 103S Hamilton Boulevard, announce he birth of a daughter at the hospital on Tuesday, August 15. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Everly, 12 Virginia avenue, announce the )irth of a daughter at the Wash- ngton County Hospital last night. ANNUAL OUTING The Hagerstown Forest of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon held their nnual family picnic and outing at Brewer's meadow on Tuesday af- ernoon and evening. GUESTS AT CLUB Employees of the Potomac Edison Company are being entertained to- ay by President R. Paul Smith at 'ountain Head Country Club. Irvin avenue, will leave today for Cincinnati, Ohio, to visit Mrs. Huyett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fagel. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hopkins, orth Potomac street, are vacation- ng in New York City and while there are attending the World's Fair. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Russell and daughters, Dorothy aud Lois, have returned'from visiting relatives in Providence, R. I. and Boston, .Mass. They also visited the World's Fair, New York City. .Air. and Mrs. Floyd Ahalt and Mrs. Virginia Fesier are visiting the World's Fair, New York City. Mrs. William Bennett, of New York City, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stonebrakcr, The Terrace. C. E. Society Has Corn Roast At Park The Christian Endeavor Societ} of St. Paul's United Brethren church held a 'corn roast at Pang born Park on Wednesday evening when a hamburger supper was served. Those who attended were: the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Plummer Mrs. Lee Edwards/ Mr. and Mrs Clarence Harbaugh, the Misse Louise Novinger, Louise Eckstine Pauline Reese, Mary and Jane Bak er, Mary and Betty Hollinger, Pej gy Waltz, Dorothy Byer, Marilyn Fleagle, Dorothy Martz, Betty Jane Houpt, Sara Summers and Doris Eldridge; Joe Elgin, Kermit Bey ard, George Williams, Earl and Kel ler Reese, R. K. Hollinger, Jr., Howard Johnston, Bill Martz, Clageu Spielman, Roger Zimmerman, Rus sell Keener and Richard Eckstine Large Crowd At Choir Program Concert And Community Sing Received With Public Acclaim. A lovely lake with swans, dro-->- ing trees, flowers and the rich colored gowns of the A Cappella Choir singers afforded a beautiful setting for the concert program presented last evening by the choii at Pangbom Park. A crowd estimated at approximately 2,500 persons enjoyed the splendid program offered by this group under the direction of Ray mond K Hollinger. Although, seats were provided for the audience many had to stand. The rark w -,s illuminated by electric lighting and the Everett Orgatron furnish- eu by Duffield Music House, Cham bersburg, and played by Clarence E. Heckler, was a delightful feature of the concert. Music from the organ could be heard several blocks away. Of particular interest was th community singing which was wholeheartedly entered into by the, audience. All the- numbers on the program were sung and in addition, Just a Tong at Twilight. The beauty of the voices and the harmony was especially outstund ing in the rendition of the numbers by the choir. The first group sun by the choir was heavier r.nd more difficult to sing than the second group. They did an excellent piece of work and were well re ceived by the audience. In the second group, Listen to the Mocking Bird and Cousin Jebediah. although of a lighter vein, appealed to the crowd. Mr. Heckler was given a great ovation and his paying was beau- .lly done. Miss Hyde Honor Guest At Shower Mrs. Jack Howard and Miss Dorothy Powles were joint hostesses last evening at the home of Miss Powles, Potomac avenue, at a miscellaneous shower complimenting Miss Leta V. Hyde, whose marriage to Mr. 3. Vincent Melain will take place on August 2Sth. The colors of blue and rose, hich will be used by the McClain- Hyde bridal party, were effective- y carried out in the party appointments. Bridge was played dur- ng the evening and prizes won by liss Marie Conley, first; Mrs. 'red Beachley, second. Mrs. Fred Beachley, formerly liss Mary Nicely, was presented gift by the hostesses. The guests included: Misses ,-eta Hyde, Vivian and Jeanette IcClain, Christine Zimmerman, larie Conley, France? Liskey, Mrs. Donald Wolfkill, Mrs. Robert Bled- oe, Mrs. John Harbaugh and Mrs. red Beachley. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Daniels and daughter, Margaret, and son, Ken- Mr, and Mrs. Adrian H. Onderdonk, St. James, have returned neth, Dewey avenue, will leave to- 1 I ' rom a visit to day to visit Mr. Daniels' parents | World's Fair. Cleveland, Ohio. i York and the in BEAUTY CULTURE CLASSES Now forming for day and night term?. Private lessons for brush- up theory and individual subjects. DOROTHY DERMODY School of Beauty.Culture 27 X, Potomac St—Ph. 1382. Adv. PUSH UP CROOUIGNOIE WAVE faMe \ .50 WWWaihmqfontt Trl< 842 A Loveher » More Lasting PERMANENT WAVE! Miller's Marinello Shop tt Public Square — Phone 1945 L * B. H*t Shop N. t* C* Miss Helen Zentmyer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D, Zciitmyer, this city, is slowly improving at Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore. CORRECTION It. was erroneously stated in "Wednesday's papers that a farmers' picnic would be held August 17 at Bowers' Mill camp grounds. It should have read Brown's Mill camp j grounds. j Mrs. Howard Ilgenfriu" and daughter, Mary Jane Ilgeniritz, West Washington street, have returned from visiting relatives in Fall River, Mass. Miss Hoffmeier's and Mis« Campbell's Primary School and Kindergarten 479 Potomac Avenut Opens for Its eleventh year SEPTEMBER 13, 1939 (Kgrn. and Grades 1-4) For informatoin Call 1412-R or 2410-W Miss Betsy Webb has returned to her home on Virginia avenue after visiting friends in Baltimore. Mrs. Mark Mongan and daughter, Joanne, of Brooklyn, N. Y., are j visiting Mrs. Mongan's father, John i S. Miller, 26 South Locust street.; i Donald Schlotterbeck, Wilson j boulevard, left last night for Xew ; York City to visit the World's \ Fair. i Mrs, D. Eugene Crockett, Miss | -Kathryn Kesler acd Miss Mildred j B. Turner, of Roanoke, Va.; Mrs, j F, J. Boardman and Miss Jeanne i Turner, of Atlanta, Ga.. were, guests of Mrs. Crockett's parents,; Mr. and Mrs. C* B. Magruder, Ran-; dolph avenue, en route to the World's CES AND TERMS Please You During Our August FURNITURE SALE! See the Great Values We Are Offering. — THE ORIGINAL — MILLER'S FURNITURE STORE 31 SOUTH POTOMAC STREET Near Maryland Theatre TO WEEK-END IN VIRGINIA Tristate Employee.-; Planning Trip To Orkney Springs. Employees of the Tristate Electrical Supply Company will hold their annual-summer outing this coming week-end at Orkney Springs Hotel, Orkney Springs, Va. The entire organization and their guests will leave Hagerstown at noon on Saturday for a, three-hour drive through the Shenandoah Valley to the beautiful mountain resort at Orkney Springs, where the local people will be joined by mem : bers from the branch companies located at Roanoke, Va., and Cumberland, Md. Some of the members of the sales forces of representative manufacturers will also join the party. A program of swimming, tennis, softball, golf and riding has been arranged by the entertainment committee for the late afternoon, and a dinner dance will follow. Sunday's activities will start out with an early breakfast, followed by a visit to the chapel and hiking trips to North Mountain, Halfway Rock and Flaglers Pool. A festive dinner will be served prior to the return trip. Farm Women Hold Picnic At Park Fifty persons picnicked with, the Swan Pond Farm Woman's Club, of Berkeley County, W. Va., Tuesday at the Hagerstown City Park. The group included club members, members of their families and friends. A short business meeting of the club followed dinner at noon. Miss Velma Bergdoll, home demonstration agent of Berkeley county, announced the Rotary,dinner to be held at Camp Frame August 24, to which all club members and husbands and Farm Bureau members are invited, and urged attendance at the Country Life Conference; the club voted to donate to and assist in serving lunch at Camp Frame Jubilee, September 9; Mrs. Oliu McKee, delegate to Jackson's Mill, reported on her trip; and Mrs. Joe Walper, Jr.. chairman of the finance committee, named Mrs. Olin McKee, Mrs. Harvey Tabler, Mrs. Charles Turner and Mrs. George McKee as her assistants and asked them to meet with her to yaake arrangements for a covered dish supper to be held in September at the home of Mrs. McKee. Mrs. William Huyett, recreation chairman, conducted a laugh tournament, "Yankee's Version of King Arthur's Day," with prizes going to Emmert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Speck, Mrs. W. B. Whiting, Mrs. H. S. McDonald, Joe Walper, Jr., (2), Miss Bergdoll, Mrs. Ed, Vickers, Miss Belle Stanley, Mrs. Robert Whiting, John Livers and Harold Lee Stanley. Joint Banquet Is HeldByClubs Girls of the Flat Foot Floogies Club and boys of the Hi-Ho Silver Club held a joint banquet at the Baldwin Cafe' on Monday night, when Leroy Metz and Mac Schindler were the masters of ceremonies. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Baker, Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Metz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chew, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabasco, Mr. and Mrs. Swope, the Misses Bea Bowers, Jane Breeden, Katherine Burgan, Geraldine Calhoun, Pauline Calhoun, Ellen Cosgrove, Jackie Eichelberger, Laura Erndy, Mildred Evans, Pat Fouke, • Jaui-3 Kershner, Reba Lizer, Dolores Miller, Jane and Marty Morin, Pat Moran, Ruth Renner, Ruth Rennecker, Vicky and Zelda Rennecker, Helen Slayman, Ruth Smith, Jane Taylor, Margaret -Wempe and Florence White; Alfred, Orville and Russell Barkdoll, Harry Bennett, Clark Bluebaugh, Ken Bbward, Clifford Buddinger, Ralph Deibert, Dulaney Diffendahl, Gordon Dudley, Ralpii Foltz, Tony Galento, Jack Griffey, Lawrence • Hamill, Eddie Harper, Paul Hess, Orville Hill, Dick Hoffman, John Knepper, Pete Lewis, Howard Machen, William McAbe, William Neiderhoffer, Woody Newcomer, Tom and Donald Nye, Harry O'Brien, Lawrence Peters. M. H. j Robinson, Gene Shanon, Pete Shifler, Mac Shindler, Al Smith, Joe Solomon, Chuck Stotlemeyer, Oswald Waltrick, Edward Wetstone and John Wiebel. Listens To Cupid Joan Fontaine, Hollywood actress, and Brian Aherue, British actor, who also works in the film capital, will wed soon, according to report from Los .Angeles. (C-P.) DEDICATION. The altar of the Fischer Memorial Chapel at Camp Nawakwa, Biglerville, Pa., will be dedicated on Sunday afternoon, August 20, at 3 o'clock (EST) with appropriate services. Dr. Harvey D. Hoover, member of the faculty of the Gettysburg Theological Seminary and close friend of the late Dr. Fischer, will deliver the dedicatory address. This dedication service will be part of the Camp Alumni reunion program which will extend from Saturday noon to Sunday evening. About 75 graduates are expected to return for the reunion. At present, the sixth camp of the season is in session with 14.0 in attendance. At the dedicatory service, a choir selected from this Leadership School, will sing "Glory and Honor to Thee Nawakwa," a number arranged and directed by Robert Fischer, son of the late director of the camp. GOING TO CANADA H. E. McFaddin, local sporting goods dealer and sportsman, with his family,, and R. F. Pflaum, of Norfolk, Va., will leave this week for Northern Ontario, Canada, to spend several weeki on an extensive canoe trip. McFaddin expects to do some fishing for trout, bass and muskalonge. He will also take pictures. Much of the time the party will be in wild country many miles from any town or city. McFaddin has visited Canada on many other occasions. SUMMER'DRESSES to Clear the Racks for NEW FALL DRESSES A 2-DAY SALE To Wind Up the Summer Season Friday and Saturday AUG. 18 and 19 HERE THEY ARE: GROUP No. 1 Values to 19.75 6 95 GROUP No. 2 Values to 16.75 5 00 GROUP No. 3 Values to 10.00 GROUP No. 4 Values to $6.95 GROUP No. 5 Broken Lots to 6.95 1 95 1 00 Not all Styles and Sizes in every Group— but every sire represented in this Sale. SECOND FLOOR EYERLY'S Dependable for Mora Than Fifty Year* FAIRPLAY PICNIC The annual Sunday school picnic of the Fairplay Church, of God 'will l)e held in. the tournament woods at Tilghmanton on Saturday. The program will begin at 12:30 p. m. and will close at S:30 with a campfire service. Special music will be furnished by the Resh Four and refreshments will be served. The public Is cordially Invited. Outing And Treasure Hunt Held By Class The Berean class of the First Brethren church held a wiener roast and treasure hunt at Pangborn Park when Irene Elliott was in charge of the program which was presented by Florence Harner, Gay Ovelrnan, Ruth Hungate, Evelyn Wolfe and Gaynell Keplinger. Plans for a rummage sale to be held in the near future were formulated and Sara Lindsey was appointed chairman of the committee on arrangements. Hostesses of the evening were Agnes Martin, Florence Harner aud Irene Hershberger. Others who attended included: Mary Johnston, Irene Elliott, Gaynell ^Keplinger, Sara Lindsey, Edna Ma'rtin, Gay Ovelman, Lila Minnich, Ruth Hungate, Olive Stouffer, Freeda Johns, Gladys McCauley, Evelyn Wolfe, Dorothy Myers, Laverne Rudisill, Mabel Martin, June Martin, William Martin, Johnny Minnich and Robert Ovelman. . CROWDS AT SMITHSBURG The Myersville Band furnished music for the carnival last night in Smithsburg. The affair is for the benefit of the flre company. Good sized crowds have been in attendance each evening. The carnival is being held on one of the main streets which has been roped off. Various games are offered for entertainment of the crowdB. The big feature thig evening will be an ox roast. Hind feet of animals that bound, including the rabbit, track ahead of the front feet. ANOTHER BIKLE S ONE OF FAMOUS SALES for Women Fine Summer Footwear Including all whites.. .Dark shoes in BLACK, BLUE, BROWN, TAN and BEIGE. Mostly closed toes and heels that can be worn all Fall and Winter and formerly sold to For Quick Closeout to Make Room for Fall Merchandise . , . We Are Offering 500 PAIRS of High- Grade FOOTWEAR for H.OO A FOOT WHEN YOU SEE THESE FINE SHOES AT THE RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICE YOU WILL WANT SEVERAL PAIRS ... SO COME PREPARED TO PURCHASE MORE THAN JUST THE ONE PAIR. SALE STARTS TODAY

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