THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939. Picture Shown At Rotary Luncheon The local Rotary Club made an interesting trip by proxy yesterday when through the medium of moving pictures they followed tife progress of steel making from the mining of iron to the finished product. The picture, entitled "Steel— Man's Servant," was obtained through the courtesy of the United States Steel Corporation and shown following the weekly luncheon at the Hotel Alexander. Beautifully photographed in tech- nicolor the picture shows the pro- e-&ss, the extraction from- the ground, shipment to the mills,'the smelting of ore, manufacture of p,teel and hot and cold rolling. Many of the shots dealing with the molten metal were both pictorially beautiful and awe-inspiring. The production left its audience with a better understanding of the complica.ted processes of steel production and the skill and sttirdi- ness required of the men whose work it is. PIQN1C FRIDAY. The Hagerstown Council TJ. C. T. No. 311 will hold their annual picnic at Coffman's Clubhouse, along the Conococheague Creek on Friday. Games and a baseball game will be featured during the afternoon for adults and there will be plenty of entertainment for the children. Supper will be served the members and their guests at 6:00 o'clock. All members of the XI. C. T. are invited to attend. REUNION DATE CHANGED The Lewis Downey reunion held at Wooburn will be held Sunday, August 27, instead of August 20 at New Mans Park, near Caledonia. Personal To Fat Girls Now you can slim do^vn your face and figure without strict dieting or 'back-'bresiking exercises. Just cat sensibly and take 4 Marmola Tablets a day, according to the directions. Marrnola Tablets have been sold to the public for more than thirty years. More than twenty million boxes have been distributed during that period. Marmola is not intended as a cure-alt for all ailments. This advertisement is intended only for fat persons who are normal and healthy otherwise and whose fatness is caused by a reduction in the secretion from the thyroid gland (hypo-thyroldism) with accompanying subnormal metabolic rates. N"o other representation is made as to this treatment except under these conditions and according to the dosage as recommended. \Ve do not make any diagnosis as that is the function of your physician, who must be consulted for that purpose. The formula is included in every package. Start with Marmola today and win the slender lovely fic- uve that in rightfully yours. Talking Over Wedding Plans Johnny (Tarzan) Weissmuller, actor-swimmer, and Beryl Scott, San Francisco society girl, exchange smiles as they dine at the New York World's Fair and plan for the future. Johnny just received word that Lupe Velez' divorce from Mm was final and he was free to marry Beryl. WE WOMEN By BETTY BEAINERD Cupid Is Thwarted "Dear Betty Brainerd: "I am a young woman of 23, not pretty hut considered nice looking. I was horn and raised in the country where there was only one small school. My mother and father la^ hored hard trying to educate their large family and I had to quit in the fourth grade to keep house as my mother's health was bad. Realizing that I couldn't go to school I sent my sisters and brothers to school and all of them are about ready to finish high school. I regret my lack of education. I study and read books to improve myself as much as possible. My mother has now passed on and I Station Trutype Furniture Manufacturer's Close -Outs PRICED AT LESS THAN COST OF MAKING Browse Through This Bargain Corner Among Others You Will Find Odd lot sample maple dinette chairs Reg. price . . 4.75 — Sale price ---- Solid mahogany dining room buffet 1Q 7JJ 54" long. Reg. price $54.00— Sale price lt/N ** Solid maple trestle table, 30"x50" 1? 50 Reg. price . . 26.00 — Sale price ---- Hand-decorated solid maple corner cup- 1 Q : board. Reg. price 55.00 — Sale price . . am trying to raise my sisters and brothers to be obedient to our father who is a partial invalid, I go to church and Sunday school regularly and am liked and respected by everyone. I do not have a quick temper and can get along with anyone. I have many friends especially children. I do not smoke, drink or pet and try to please my poor old father. "My problem: I have been keeping company for the past year or two with R, a 22-year-old boy who lives a mile away. We date two or three times a week. We have known each other f ' • - srs and I have always been of him. He- is Extension table for breakfast nook 28" x 38" extending to 56" Reg. price .. $22,00 — Sale price. . . C QC Budget Terms to Suit Your Convenience MAIDSTONE, me. HOME FURNISHERS and INTERIOR DECORATORS 117 Summit Avenue MORNING HERALD and DAILY MAIL DINNER SET COUPON CLIP A COUPON A DAY... GET A UNIT A WEEK Of.--^.vy»v^X'ar.--^ ,e*^-i<s^-fo^,&^\!C&&\ia^\-:ctf^ — THIS COUPON x and 4 others, with 49 cents 3*: •$? entitle the holder to any week's offer. #: ^•^•^ JM^ •Vb ' it* If you order by mall «flclos* 15 cents «xtra for postag* ^ to cover * radius of 150 milts fro.-n this offic*. a&: Crty I myself to write you asking you what I have done to cause you to act as you have. I know you must have some valid reason and I desire to clear up this situation so we can be friendly when our paths meet in the future. Your sincere friend . . ." Bv writing such a letter you will not be "running after" him. His strange conduct demands an explanation. Since he doesn't talk to you the only way for you to find out is to write him. Being the type of boy and girl that you both are he must have some reason and he can't ignore such a letter. Shoufcl he ignore it you will know he is not the fine boy you thought he was. Should he corn© to see you do not tell him you lov e him or patch up your broken engagement. Should you discuss your love for one another you would then put yourself in the position of having chased him to get him back. So stick to wanting to be friends with him and that only. Will you let me know if I am a successful cupid? BETTY BRAINERD. Send pen name and real name in every letter. All communications are treated confidentially. Betty Brainerd, 680 Madison A-?., New York City. COUPLE WEDDED Los Angeles, Aug. 17.—A four- year romance between Jim Londos, the "Greek Adonis" of wrestling, and Miss Arva Rochwite of St. Louis, former University of Missouri co-ed, culminated in their wedding here. It was the first marriage for both. nice, has no bad habits and goes to church regularly. He has told me many time he loves me. We vere engaged to be married. "One night we were walking to- vard a park and I c -mplaind of a icadache. I didn't feel like talk- ng. R must have been angry be- ause he left me at the park soon .fter we got there and went back lome. I haven't seen him to talk o siuce then. Would be have acted j hat way if he loved me? Several veeks later I met R on the street vith a girl, D. She said R told icr we- had broken our engagement ,nd asked if this were true so I said es' since he told her that and low he hardly speaks to me, "I have tried hard to forget him ut I can't. I cry myself to sleep hnost every night as I love him. can't believe he is capable of act- ng as he does. He has been so lice to me. Do you think he will ome back and apologize for his ctions? Should I speak first when ve meet? I know no nice gh'l runs fter a boy so I am not going to base him if I never win him back nit he is on my mind day and night. , Please tell me what love is? "Lonely & Blue." Dear "Lonoly & Blue": I can find no explanation for R's T ctions—a fine, self-sacrificing girl ind one who friendship should be esteemed by everyone, especially R. An explanation is due you for you have known him so long. I suggest you write him along these ines: "Dear R: I am at a loss to understand your actions since that vening we werit to the park. 1C 1 did something to offend you I wish to apologize. I had a headache and did not feel like talking and you nay have misconstrued my silence. But the fact that I was quiet was 10 reason for you, a boy i have known so long and well, to leave me to return home unescorted. What caused you to do this? "Since I met you on the street with D you have barely spoken to me. Again I ask you why? At that time D asked me if yon and I had broken our engagement as you had told her that we had and I confirmed your statement to her even though learning of your wishes from anyone other than yourself I was a shock lo me. "Please do not misunderstand this letter. I do not wish to renew our engagement which you wish broken neither do 1 wish to force myself upon yon. You must know bow your recent actions have hurt me as you must realize that! I always have valued your friend-: ship—so much so that I have forced CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY It Charge Accounts Invited ! "A New Arrow Service" Arrow Shoe Store 25 West Washington Street WE EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL THE LADIES OF HAGERSTOWN AND VICINITY TO ATTEND THE OF THE AIR CONDITIONED Budget Dress Shop Visit Hagerstown's Newest and Most Ultra-Modern Women's store. Air-conditioned for your comfort and stocked with the latest authentic fashions Milady could hope to see. And - - - priced to give you a most pleasant surprise. Visit us during our opening. HUNDREDS and HUNDREDS of BRAND NEW DRESSES OTHERS $ *1.97 SEE OUR WINDOWS 97 OTHERS = *2.97 USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN Sizes 9 to 52 Dresses to make you "Oh!" and "Ah!" with delight. . .send you home overjoyed! Also downright expensive looking and smart . . . you'll wear them everywhere . . . proudly! You'll find the pick of Fall's gayest newest fashions . . . dresses that 'are worth a special shopping trip. A LARGE SELECTION OF LARGE SIZE DRESSES • • • SPECIALS FOR OPENING • • • • Cool Cottons 59c - 2 for $100 • Wash Frocks $1.00 Regular 97c Regular $1.97 SPECIAL ON SLIPS FOR OPENING ONLY 88c Regularly $1.19 A COMPLETE LINE OF LONGERIE HOSIERY BLOUSES SWEATERS SKIRTS The Latest and Gayest Styles Made for Your Budget. SPORT COATS DRESS COATS Start Your Fall Wardrobe WitK these Budget Shop Buys . . . You'll find your preference here. FUR TRIMMED FUR COATS Coats in the Budget Shop Start as Low as S7.97 and Go to $24.50. RESS SHOP W. WASHINGTON ST.
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