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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1939. For a*"* to b« e«rrle« |>«X*. e«U MU« P*nnlnjrtoH 105 h«twe»n 8 *n« uV « tkt* Events Social And Club Interest *+ QUALIFYING BEGINSTODAY Golfers Have Until Sunday To Qualify For Championship. Qualifying rounds for the annual Ladies' Golf Championship, which will be played off next week, started today at Fountain Head Country Club. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. R. 0. Whitelegg, chairman, who has announced that qualifying must be completed by Sunday. The championship matches will close the season for the lady golfers, who have carried out a schedule of weekly tournaments during the entire summer. In addition, the ladies participated in match play with the Cumberland and Martinsburg country clubs. The present club champion is Mrs. Leslie W. Manners, who will defend her title. Monday, September 11, has been set as the date for the first championship match. . N Local Couple Wed At U. E. Parsonage A quiet wedding took place Sunday afternoon, September 3, at the parsonage of Grace United Brethren church, when Miss Violet D. Hasenbuhler, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hasenbuhler, became the bride of Mr. David E. De Lauder, the son of Mr. and Mrs Ira DeLauder. The Rev. G. I. Ride performed the ceremony in th presence of a few friends. The bride wore a dress of grotto blue, with black accessories and a corsage of rosebuds. After a shor trip the couple will reside at 93 Corbett street. H O f 1 C E 1 No wedding:*, engagementa or birth announcement* will be «£ctnt- ed by the Daily Mall for publication unlcitt signed or properly vert fled. Social and Personal OUTING HELD The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. P. H. R., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Young, Mullen, of Pittsburgh, have returned after visiting Mrs. A. 0. Mullen, East Antietam street. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Northrop and sons, Oak Hill avenue, have returned after vacationing at Ocean City, North Potomac street, have returned from a month's tour of western states and California. John H. Fisher and children, Bernadine,- Olive and Carole, S19 Guilford avenue, have returned from a tour of the New York World's Falls and Canada. Miss Margaret Kampes, of Baltimore, has returned after spending several days with Miss Mary Louise ' Miss Bessj e Johnson, of Leiter* McDearman, South Prospect street. store ' is on her vacation this weeK BY DIRECTORS Playground Officials Are Guests At "Trail's End" Tuesday. Members of the Board of Governors of the-Supervised Playgrounds, Fair, New England states, Niagara ! the P la >'Si'Ound leaders and friends Becomes Bride Miss Janice Lemon has returned to Camden, N. J., after spending several weeks with Miss Dorothy Basehoar, The Terrace. Sister Catherine Neuhardt, East avenue, is visiting relatives in New York City. Miss Helen Heard and Mr. Al- Frank W. Watson has returne to Richmond, Va., and will leav the latter part of the week fo Newfoundland. Mrs. Watson an daughter will remain here with he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henr Holzapfel, Jr., Oak Hill avenue until his return. Miss Virginia Gorman has re bert Heard, Potomac avenue, have I ill rne<i *° her h .T. e ia Jack sonville returned. after spending several Fla., after visiting Miss Dori days in Richmond and other parts | Sim P son > Broadway, of Virginia. Ralph G. Jennings, who is visiting in this city, has returned from Washington where he attended the national convention of Alpha Sigma Lamba fraternity, held at the Wardman Park Hotel. UPDEGRAFF CLASS The regular monthly meeting o the TJpdegraff Bible Class of the First Christian Church will be helc on Thursday evening, Sept. 7, in the dining room of th© church where supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock, -Sired. A full attendance is de New Under-arm Cream Deodorant --.safely Stops Perspiration 1. 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Miss Anna M. Grayson, of Sharpsburg, is vacationing with relatives in Washington. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Eavey and son, Harry, South Potomac street, are attending the New York World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Junger, of New York City, have returned after being the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Itnyre, Leitersburg. Frank C. Maisack,. East Antietam street, left this morning for Altoona, Pa., to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law, Albert Weible. Richard M. Long, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Long, Virginia avenue, will leave on Sunday to enter the freshman class at Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pa. Mrs. R. C. Arnsparger, Mrs. Patrick McGuire, Miss Alberta R. Mob-ley and Miss Nellie McGuire have returned from Mt. St. Joseph's, Emmitsburg, where they attended a retreat held by the Sodality "Union o£ Baltimore. The retreat, which continued for three days, was attended by 160 women. W. C. King, Keedysville, is con fined to his home by illness. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warne, Sum mit avenue and Dr. and Mrs. N. E Osborne, Hamilton boulevard, hav returned after spending the holidaj week-end at Atlantic City. Miss Suzanne Eyerly, South Prospect street, has returned afte. visiting in Chicago. Mrs. Forrest Hook and daughters Beverly and Virginia Lee have re turned after spending several week: in New York City as the guests o^ Mrs. Hook's sister, Mrs. Charles Abbott. Mrs. M. Clayton Davis and daughter, Connie, North Mulbewr street, returned after week-ending at the World's Fair. New York. Mrs. A. Ross Simpson and daugh ter, Catherine Waldeck, South Prospect street, have returnee after visiting the former's parents in Clarkesburg, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stonebrak er have returned to Cumberland after visiting Mrs. D. E. Hager Dewey avenue. ANNOUNCE BIRTHS. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stottlemyer, 71 Madison avenue, announce the birth of a son at their home on Monday, September 4. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sigel, of Warfordsburg, Pa., announce the birth of a daughter at the Washington County Hospital on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Barnhart announce the birth of a son this morning at their home, 429 Guilford avenue. Lanny McCardell, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Lancelot McCardell, who has been ill with pneumonia at his home on South Potomac street, is slowly improving. Miss Lorraine Thomas, Fairground avenue, will be among the reshmen entering Juniata College on September 11. Girl Scout Exhibit At New York Fair Miss Virginia Bogert, 1045 Potomac avenue, Girl Scout, 2nd class, was one of the visitors who registered at the Girl Scout Chalet in ihe Children's World., during a visit to the New York World's Fair recently. The chalet is a reproduction of "Our Chalet," international meeting place for Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from all parts of the world, at Adelbodcn. Switzerland. The original building, high in the Swiss Alps, was the gift of Mrs. James J. Storrow, of Boston, to the World Association o[ Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. The replica at the World's Fair, which is the exhibit of the Girl Scout national organization, has been visited by many >,, A tr T- . T • notables since its dedication on Miss Anne Huyett East Irvm March 1L At lhat time Mrs. He" Mrs. Lillian Grossnickle and her daughter, Evelyn, have returned to heir home in Funkstown after at- .en ding the New York Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bruck, of Vew York City, have returned after •isiting the latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gerber, South 'otomac street. Mrs. Bruck is the ormer Miss Adele Rosenberg, of his city. he hospital this morning. Hoover, of Palo Alto, Cal.. honorary vice-president of the Girl held an outing on Tuesday evening at "Trail's End," the country home of F. J. Moore. A picnic dinner was served and sports and games were included in the program. Arrangements for the affair were in charge of Miss Bertha Negley, assisted by Miss Eloise Henson, L. R. Voris and Judge Harvey Miller. The playgrounds, which recently closed for the season, trained several thousand children in crafts, games and folk dancing at the four centers where activities were conducted. A recent display of craftwork in the window of a local department store gave the public an excellent opportunity to see the kind of work which the children have done. The grounds were in charge of Russell Kepler, general supervisor. Those who attended the outing were: Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Crist, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Silcox, Mr. anci Mrs. Calvin Mumma, Mr. and Mrs. Kepler, Dr. and Mrs. William Dutton, Judge and Mrs. Miller and their daughter, Christiana; Mrs. Grace Friend, the Misses Alice Edmonds, Edith Spahr, Bertha Negley and Eloise Henson; L. R. Voris, Raymond- Spahr, Perry L. Huffaker and son, Keith; Irvine Hutledge, Carlton Godlove and Mr. Moore. Miss Williams Is Wed To Mr. LeFevre A quiet wedding took place on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock in Zion Lutheran Church in Williamsport when Miss Helen Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams, this city, became the bride of J. Franklin Lefever, son of Adam J. Lefever, this city. The Rev. W. C. Huddle performed the ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. The bride wore a navy blue crepe dress with accessories to match. Following the service a reception was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Charles Heefner, near Maugansville. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams, Charlotte Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lefever and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heefner, Mrs. Anna Heefner and son, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Secrist and son, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Everitts and family, Mrs. Ralph McCwiley and daughter, Cora Johnston, Ruth Wolfensberger and Junior Hoover. Of Mr. Harbaugh Miss Emma Caroline Poffenberger became the bride of Mr. Paul Edwin Harbaugh shortly after noon today, the Rev. Walter J. Dice performing the wedding ceremony at the parsonage of St. Paul's Evangelical church. Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Harbaugh were the couple's attendants. After a honeymoon which will be spent in Atlantic City and surrounding towns, the couple will be at home to their friends in Maugansville. Cooper Family Holds Reunion Gathers At City Park On Labor Day For Annual Picnic. The second annual Cooper reunion was held at the Hagerstown City Park on Labor Day. The Rev. M. S. Cooper, pastor of the Arlington Church of the Nazarene, president of the clan was in charge with one hundred and seven other members present The music was furnished by the Arlington Church quartet, readings by Betsy Anderson, Wincester, Va. and the family history was given by Mrs. Bury! Piper, Hagerstown. The Rev. G. I. Rider, pastor of the Grace U. B. Church opened the activities with prayer and the Rev. C. L. Arnold, pastor of the Hagerstown Church or the Nazarene, brought the address during the afternoon. Officers elected for the coming year are: President, Mr. W. L. Cooper, Pen Yan, New York; vice 1 president, Mrs. Buryl Piper, Hagerstown; secretary, Mrs. Mamie Hamilton, Hagerstown; treasurer, G. E. Cooper, Hagerstown; historian, Mrs. Mollie Hildebrand, Winchester, Va. The entertainment committee is composed of Mrs. Kenneth Shanholtz, Lemoyne, Pa., Mrs. Laura Lemly, Strasburg, Va., and Mrs. George Loudenslager, Hagerstown. Gifts were given to the oldes mother, Mrs. Martha Keffer, Stras burg, Va.; to the youngest mother Mrs. Herbert Cooper, Clearspring the oldest man, John Keffer, Stras burg, Va.; also to the only set of twins, James and Herbert, aged one year, sons of Mr. and . Mrs Herbert Cooper, Clearspring, a bank was given which the Cooper clan had first filled with coins. Those present were: Mr. and CANYON HIKE Trail Club Plans Trip Through Shenandoah Park. An all-day hike of 6.6 miles is on tap for members of the Maryland Appalachian Trail Club and their frienfls &n Sunday, September 10. The trip will be through Big Devil's Stairs Canyon, one % of the most impressive features of the entire Shenandoah National Park trail. Although the trail is slightly rough for a distance of one mile, the scenic beauty of the route more than repays any temporary inconvenience. The trail leads past waterfalls, over boulders and up the narrow canyon walled in by sheer cliffs. The region is splendidly forested and offers really spectacular scenery. Allen Secor, leader of the trip, has asked that all reservations be made by Friday, phone 2400 or 1121- M. Hikers will leave the local bus terminal at S a. m. Lunch will be eaten along the trail and supper at the Cherry Tree and Hatchet. S. P. C. A. REPORT Report for August of the Wash- ngton County S. P. C. A. is as ollows: Calls made by agent, 120; cruel- y cases investigated, 1; animals sheltered, 1ST; city dogs picked up, 65; dogs redeemed by owners, ; dogs placed in homes, 6; dogs )oarded. S; city dog disposed of lumanely, 57; dogs disposed, of for iwners, ?•; city cats picked up, 68; ity cats disposed of humanely, 7; cats placed in homes, 1; cats oarded, county clogs disposed •f humanely, 24; county cats dis- icsed of humanely, 6; 2 squirrels, nd 1 o'possum. To Remain Neutral Tokyo, Sept. 5 (/p)—Japan an- ounced her decision today to re- SCHOOL or DRESS THE NEW SHOES ARE HERE for Fall and Winter O S Lewis E. France and Paul Hoffman, of Cearfoss, have left for a en-day trip through the White lountains and other parts of New England. They will also attend the World's Fair. Scouts; Mrs. F. Louis Slade, of i mam neutral in. the European war Miss Pauline Grossnickle, of Funkstown, left Monday to visit friends in Newark and East Orange, N. J. She will World's Fair. also attend the Xew York City, acting chairman of the national board of directors, and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., of Oyster Bay, x. y. T vice-president. participated in the ceremonies. Crown Princess Jngrid, of Denmark and Iceland, was the first royal guest to visit the Girl Scout Chalet, at the World's Fair. Since she and members of her entourage registered there have been visitors from forty-eight slates and twenty- Earl Springer, Chestnut street, j twfl forei , n coumries ; underwent a tonsil operation at the j __ _ hospital this morning. SURPRISE PARTY anc * reiterated her responsibility for maintaining neutrality in the occupied areas of China. «Mc.— I ed to her home on Summit G cuiTouun. m o. CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY Charge Account! Invited ! "A New Arrow Service" Arrow Shoe Store 25 West Washington Street CONEUBM&L S h r i PS CfllfclM** A. F. MILLER— Chiropodist 19 Public Square WOMEN'S t HATS L. & B. Hat Shop N. E, Cor. Public Squar* „_,-, AT ,._ ,. T ,... . . , j- •, n >- ancl M rs - M. J. Nield bv friends after spendms her vacation in New | fllld relat - • c ** Salem and other cities of Illinois. , to Washin , ton coumy from ™ Rev. and Mrs. \Vm. M. Xorment | Wesl fort - v >" eai ' s "£° and have been and sons, Edward ancl Paul and ! making their home on the J. O. Rev. W. Meredith Xorment, Jr.. ! Ecard farm, half-mile west of Cave- Woodstock, Va., have returned | town after spending the month of i Refreshmenis were served on ;he August at Dunnsville, Va. j law " to the following: Mr. and Mrs. - i C. R. Paulsgrove, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reecher, Magnolia ave- Charles Line, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. nue, who has been ill with a Haynes, Mr. mul Mrs. Jacob L. streptococcus in the leg is im- Smith, Mrs. Ella Xield, H. M. Mrs. Marvin Fleet and sons, Mat vin and Frank, E. C. Cooper. Mrs Bob Carper and children, Phylij and John, all of Boyce, Va.. Mrs. Ruth Ridgeway, Millwood, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cooper, Jr., and son, William, Millville, Va., the Rev. Marvin S. Cooper and son, Marvin, Jr., Arlington, Va., Mr. and Mrs. John Keffer, Mr. and Mrs. George Lemley, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keffer and children, Betty, Billy and Kenneth, all of Strasburg, Va., Mrs. Laure Anderson and daughter, Betsy, Mrs. Molly Hildebrand, Mr. tnd Mrs. James Keffer and children, James and Virginia, all of Winchester, Va., Ernest C. Keffer. Columbus, Ohio, Charles Fleet, Buffalo, X. Y., W. L. Cooper, Penn Yan, X. Y., the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd 'Cooper and daughter. Charlotte, Hollywood, Fla,, Miss Marie J. Hamilton, Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Speece, Dauphin, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Simon and family, Mechanicsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lowery and family, Leola, Pa,, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saum, West Fairview, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Cooper and son. Greencastle, Mrs. Ada Shanholtz and Mrs. Charlotte Walker, both of Harrisburg, Mr. ancl Mrs. R. X. Shanholtz, Camp Hill, Pa., Mr. ancl Mrs. Kenneth Shanholtz and children, Huberta and Marvin, Lemoyne, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wright and family, Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fleet, Keedysville. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cooper and family, Clearspring, Mr. and Mrs. George Loudenslager and son. Jack, Mrs. Buryl Piper and sons, Paige, Sonny and Danny, Mrs. Mamie Hamilton and son, Eldon, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cullers and daughter, Rebecca and Dr. George W. Cooper. all of Hagerstown. Friends of the clan present were: {Clinton W. Stevens, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Lancaster, I Mrs. Heskett ancl family, Leesburg. j Large Enrollment At Business School The Hagerstown Business College opened its fall term on Tuesday, when the following students registered during the day for various courses: Ruth Reeder, Catherine Doub, Suzanne Doub, Jean. Hodges, Betty Bridges, Frances Cruickshanks, Catherine Mellor, Jane Biershmg, Mary Virginia Stouffer, Lillian Lane, Helen Paxson, Elizabeth King, Judith Hussey, Carrie Massey, Elizabeth Me Adams, Miriam Holdcraft, Josephine Kiracofe, Maxine Brooks, Betty Firey, Maelyne Stewart, Earl D. Stouffer, Jr., Wilmer Oberholzer, James Butler, William Deisert, William R. Cushen, Forrest Hoover, Joseph McGuire, Richard Hammond, William R. Moore, Quentin Halligan, Clarence Eldridge, Jr., Richard Morin, Paul Reecher and Richard Snyder, all of this city. Luella Smith, Gail Beard, George Gardiner John Bywaters, Smithsburg; Ruth Stoner, Elizabeth Kershner, Ethel Walck, Greencastle; Nancy Hovermale, Lucille Allen, Joy Michael, Berkeley Springs; Juanita Edward, Knoxville; Kathlene Pryor, Cascade; Marvin Buck, Trego; Harold Houck, Woodsboro; Hugh Chapman, Sharpsburg; Billy Lowe, Martinsburg; Mary Jane Arbaugh, Rocky Ridge; George Wierman, Thurmont; Dorothy Morgan, Frederick; Jean Miles, Brunswick; Juliet Grimes, Keymar; Barbara Pinder, Charles Town. Soloist To Sing At Concert Tomorrow LeRoy Scharon, of Baltimore baritone soloist, will appear wit the Christian Federation Chorus Washington County in a sacre concert to be given' on Thursda evening at the Church of th Brethren, this city. Mr. Scharon is a singer of fas growing popularity. His studies a Peabody Conservatory added to hi wide experience as a soloist mak it possible for him to display th natural beauty of his voice. The Christian Federation Choru is composed of a group of younj people who represent the bes singers in the county. They hav shown splendid progress in th short time since the organizatioi of this group. The chorus has been enthusias tically received in their appearance at the City Park Vesper service during the past summer. Thei progress is largely attributed ti their young director, W. Raymond Long, who has a remarkable abili ty to interpret music. The program will consist of a variety of sacred sel-ections includ ing choral numbers, solos anc other special arrangements. All lovers of music are invited to attend this service. Pleasant Family Has Reunion At Row's Park Fifty families attended the annual reunion of the Pleasant family which was held at Row's Park on Sunday. Races and swimming furnished the entertainment and plans were made for holding next year's gathering the first Sunday in September. Mark and Christ Pleasant gave brief talks preceding the serving of luncheon and prizes were awarded to the following: Nellie Wise, of Pittsburgh; Ernest Hitter, Baltimore; Janet Dixon, this city, and Jane Martin, Maugansville. Among- those present were: Mr. ind Mrs. C. C. Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Dixon and Robert Pleasant, Gambrill, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dixon, Mrs. Pauline Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Butschky and family and Miss Janet Wilson, Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Larkin and son, Mrs.- T. C. Wise and araily. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ma•an, Pittsburgh; Marcus Pleasant, Portsmouth, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Harne, Riverdale. Md.; Mrs. Aniie Pleasant and daughters, Mrs. Ruth Allen and James E. Pleasant, his city; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Marin nnd daughter, Maugansvillc. Surprise Party For Two Birthdays The S3rd birthday of Harlen Green and the 38th birthday of his daughter, Mrs. Leister Morning star, were jointly celebrated with a surprise party. Two cakes decorated the centei of the table and were baked by Mrs. Harold Martin and Mrs. Wai ter Grabill. The guests were: W H. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green and children, Martha Ann and Nancy Lee, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Green and children, Ruth Rae and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs Russell Green and children, Char lotte, May, Clara, Alice a«nd Ce celia, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ball Austin Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Waltei Grabill, Elwood Grabill, Nannie Green, Sterling Stull, Mr. and Mrs Cameron Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond English and children, Wil liam, George, Kenneth and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and children, Betty and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Horine and son. Donald, Mrs. Clara Green and son, Robert, Norma Stull, Thelma Gouker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delauter, Clara, Letha and Silas Delauter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell English, Wilbur Grossnickle, Anna Shafer, Shirley Long, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith and daughter, Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Leister Morningstar, Ernest Ausherman, Mrs. Laura Zcntz. Wilbur P. Harp, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hoover, Mrs. Cyrus Hoover, Mary and Russell Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shultz, Ruth Delauter. Mrs. Martha Flanigan, Mary and Inez Flanigan, Miss Lizzie Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Mercer and children, Mary, Hilda, Anna and Mildred Mercer and Bertha Delauter. ELECTED TO CLUB D. F. Kane, 1120 Hamilton Boulevard, who represents Allied Mills, manufacturer of Wayne Feeds, in this territory, wa.s recently honored by being one of twenty salesmen selected for membership in the President's Club for the year 1930. As part of the recognition given for this outstanding accomplish ment, Mr. and Mrs. Kane were given a free trip to Chicago where they met other salesmen and their wives. ELECTION OF CIRCLE HELD Mrs. Newkirk Entertains Mothers At Annual Meeting. The Mothers Friendly Circle of the Church of the Brethren held its annual meeting at the home of Mrs. John D. Newkirk, when the following officers were elected': Mrs. Margaret Landis, president; Mrs. Helen Ocker, vice-president; Mrs. Thelma Martin, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Virginia Bowman, assistant secretary and librarian. Mrs. Ruth Coffman lead the group in prayer and refreshments were then served to the following: Mesdames Edith Brewer, Ruth Coffman, Goldie Thompson, Margaret Landis, Lauree Huffaker, Grace May, Thelma Beaver, Gladys Burger, Mildred Blickenstaff, Audrey Brown, Cecile Mullendore, Helen Ocker, Virginia Bowman, Naomi Witmer, Ruth Snyder, Thelma Martin, Violet Bachtell and Myrtle Beckley; Miss Alverda Zook. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Park 0. Beaver, 1159 Hamilton Boulevard, at which time the secret circle sisters will be revealed-. ORCHIDS FOR HATS PARIS, Sept. 5, (£>)-—White orchids make an expensive looking trimming for a small new toque of black silk beaver felt. One-half of the petals of each flower are dull \vhite, the other half the iridescent white of mother-of-pearl. A sheer white veil adds the last smart touch. Spicy, Tasty Flavor Count on Hurff's to give zest to the seasoning. Only juicy- ripe Jersey coma- toes can yield Hurff's full flavor. A big money's worth — in 8 and 14 02. bottles. HURFF GRAY'S FUR SHOP 16 East Washington St. Phone 1233 OFFICE EQUIPMENT Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co. TELEPHONE 2000—2001 proving. Mrs. George Rohrer and daughter. Edna. Clearspring; and Edward Shefley, this city, were week-end ME ^DEtKIOUS CHEESE FOOD guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rohrer, | nice> Mr _ am} Connellsville. Pa. Mrs _ Jack Huntzbcrry, Mr. an d Mrs. Omer Clark, Mr. and Mrs. James Nield, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Niold and daughter, Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Trimmer and daughter, Ber- Mrs. Harry Garling, East Antietam street. s. Edgar Snoop, i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rush. Miss j and Mrs - Morris Paulsgvove, and : Virginia Deutsch. Junior Smith and i ; ons ' Ei: -gene and Ernest Xelson. Miss Helen Garling, of Baltimore, j Mr - and Mrs - George Stottleniyer, were Sunday guests of Mr. and | * nd chlldren > Peggy and George. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Line and daughter, Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Line, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Line, Mrs. Mary Hartman, Mrs.' Franklin Hartman, Mrs. Preston ] Hartman and children. Patsy, Don- i aid and Tommy, Misses Goldie Line, j Louise Line. Marie Hartman. Xina • Clark and Clifford Hayne?, Leroy! Clark, Robert Shoop and Donald : Line. 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