The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 2, 1939 · Page 6
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 6

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, October 2, 1939
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SIX THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1939. mew* to IW IK.UK. carried *a t*I* «•!! Minn Pennlnjrtoi* at pit one and 11 ft. »„ 3 to 4 st NOTICE ** <* *> birth ed hy announcement* trill be accept- the Dally Mnll for publication ntjrned or properly verified. IS MARRIED Becomes Bride Of Mr. McKee In Philadelphia Today. Miss Frances Burton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vail Burton, of Philadelphia, was married this afternoon to Mr. Charles McKee, the son of Mr. R. D. McKee of this city. The ceremony was performed in St. Clement's church, Philadelphia, by the Rev. Franklin Joiner. The bride wore her mother's wedding dress, an embroidered gown trimmed with point lace which has been handed down, from the wedding dresses of several generations. Her tulle reil was fastened with a cluster of orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of orchids, Johanna Hill roses and gardenias. Her attendants were her three sisters: Miss Louise Burton, who, as maid of honor, wore raisin-pink faille; Miss Marion Burton and •Miss Jane Burton, the bridesmaids, •wrho wore peacock blue faille. They all carried bouquets of chrysanthemums in lavender and "bronze shades. Mr. Harvey H. Heyser, Jr., this city, was Mr. McKee's best man and the ushers were Mr. J. Vincent Jamison, 3d, and Mr. J. Henry Reis- -iier, this city; Mr. Victor D. Miller, Jx.., Sparrows Point, and Mr. Andrew Burton, brother of the bride. A reception for the families and a' few intimate friends was given after _the service at the home of the bride's parents. On their return from a wedding trip, the couple "will reside at 213 South Prospect street. Dr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Kendrick have returned to Washington aftei spending the week-end with the lat ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Reynolds, Potomac avenue. Miss Elizabeth Huyett, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Huyett, East Franklin street, ha left to enter Maryland Institute of Art and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Odello Leiter and John Benedict of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. How ard Bitmer, of Waynesboro, left Sunday to spend several days in New York. Miss Elton Doub. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Berry Doub, Hearthstone Farm, left Sunday to enter the Maryland Institue of Art in Baltimore. Mrs. Leo H. Miller, Mrs. H. R. Rudy, Mrs. Mark Reed and Mrs. Frank N. Hoffmeier, all of this city, will attend the state convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution being held at Carvel Hall in Annapolis Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. > CALL 986 , For Finest Quality Dry Cleaning TROY LAUNDRY Watch for Opening Date of CLICK SHOES Valuable Gift* with All Purchase*. IN YOUR OLD CAME KELLEYS CAMERA SHOP 16 W. WASHINGTON ST. A. F. MILLER—Chiropodist 19 Public Square Charge Accounts Invited ! "A New Arrow Service" Arrow Shoe Store 25 West Washington Street WOMEN'S C HATS L. & B. Hat Shop N. E. Cor. Public Square Suburban Day (TOMORROW) BARGAINS At O* HS KIM) STANLEY'S win j PHI **sf s (DM- LOT No. 1 DRESSES SILK DRESSES *1.00 $3 - $4 - $5 Value Slip Over SWEATERS 29c ONE DAY ONLY TUESDAY Lot of Fur Trim Winter COATS Sport Coatt Values up To $15 STANLEY'S Mr. and Mrs. Lind Weber, of Boston, who were recently married, were week-end guests in this city. Mr. Weber, who is now connected with the Brunswick Hotel in Boston, formerly resided here. Mrs. John T. Hoover, of Boonsboro, underwent a tonsil operation at the Washington County Hospital today. Mr. and Mrs. L. Morris Nauman, this city, spent the week-end in Stamford, Conn., where the3 r attended the wedding of Mr. Nanman's sister on Saturday. Miss Lucy Hunter, of Hancock., is spending sometime at the Women's Club in this city. Miss Charlotte Rippetoe has returned to Cumberland after spending the week-end at her home in this city. Albert Keyer, Jr., of Salem, was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Carbaugh. Broadfording. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shafer, Summit avenue, have left to reside in Romney, W. Va., where Mr. Shafer is employed by the Potomac Edison company. Norman Heller, the son of Nelson Heller, Hamilton Boulevard, has left to enter Maryland Art Institute, Baltimore. Mrs. Charles J. Powles, Oak Hill avenue, had her tonsils removed at the hospital this morning. Miss Catherine Lakin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lakin, Boonsboro, has returned via the Great White Fleet from an extended tour of Guatemala, Central America. Miss Jean Smith, student of Mary Baldwin, Staunton, Va., spent the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. Paul Smith, Fountain Head Heights. Miss Dorothy Russell, Hamilton boulevard, has returned to resume her studies at Shenandoah College, Dayton, Va. Mrs. Ethyl G. Miller, boys' supervisor at Church Home, Jonestown, Pa., who is spending her two weeks vacation at her home in "Waynesboro, has been visiting friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. Enderton, of New York City, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Young, Long Meadows. Robert Morin, of Front Royal. Va., spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Morin, Virginia avenue. Quay J. Sagle, Jr., student o£ University of Maryland, has returned after spending the week-end with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quay J. Sagle, Dewey avenue. Miss Mildred Perham, East avenue, has been confined to her home with a severe cold. ANNOUNCE BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Felix Tychinski, of Boonsboro, announce the birth of a daughter at the Washington County Hospital this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Shank, Clear- spring, Route 1, announce the birth of a daughter on Saturday at the hospital. Party Given For State Line Couple Mr. and Mrs. Guy Boward entertained at a shower on Saturday evening in honor of their son-in-law ! and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph i Jacobs, of State Line, who were recently married. Mrs. Jacobs is the former Miss Rtuh Boward. The gutsts were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. John Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kit-j tell and daughter, Patty; Mrs. Robert Boward and children, Mrs. Hawbaker and daughters, Thelma and Delores; Mr*. Ridenour, Mrs. Deloney, Mrs. Edna Harsh, Mrs. George Watts and children, Mrs. Cora Mace, Mrs. George Mace, the Misses Bobbie Burger, Stella Hose and Joan Boward; Joseph Boward, Jr., Ervin Parlett, Guy Boward. Tr, and Joseph. Boward. COUPLE WED ON SUNDAY Miss Gibney Marries Mr. Coss At Baptist Church. A pretty fall wedding took place yesterday morning at S:30 o'clock in the First Baptist church, when Miss Josephine 33. Gibney, the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller, Virginia avenue, became the bride of Mr. William C. Coss, the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Coss, Potomac avenue. The Rev. Paul B, Wailington performed the ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. Palms, ferns and baskets of flowers Decorated the chlrch. An organ recital by Mrs. Edna Harbaugh preceded the service. The bride wore a dress of grotto blue trimmed in gold, with wine accessories. Her flowers were an arm bouquet of bronze chrysanthemums. Mrs. Kenneth Yontz, who was her sister's matron of honor, wore burgundy crepe and carried yellow chysanthemums. Mr. Richard Ridenour, this city, was the best man and the- ushers were Mr. Edwin Crider, Waynesboro, and Mr. Kenneth Yontz. After the- ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip, the bride wearing a dress of stone blue wool with dark blue accessories. On their return they will reside at 15 South Potomac street. Until her marriage Mrs. Coss, who is a graduate of the Hagerstown high school, wa.s an employee of the McCrory Stores. Mr. Coss a.lso graduated from the local high school and is now employed by the Dunlop Tire Corporation. IT'SGOLD-IN-THE-LOCKS FOR 1940 Miss Shadrack Is Bride Of Mr. Hook A pretty wedding took place Sunday morning at 8:00 o'clock in the First Christian Church when Miss Mildred L. Shadrach, daughter of Mr. Clarence G. Shadrach, this city, became the bride of Mr. Richard J. Flook, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Flook, this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Wm. M. Norment. Ferns and baskets of fall flowers were used in decorating the church for the occasion. The wedding marches were played by Asher Edelman, church organist and Miss Mary Frances Saum sung "0 Promise Me." The bride who was given in marriage by her father was attired in a street length dress of stone blue crepe with navy accessories. Her flowers were red roses. Her cousin, Miss Helen J. Shadrach, as maid of honor wore a blackberry crepe dress with matching accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. John Corderman was best man to the groom and the ushers were Bruce Miller, E. D. Sinn, Jack Beard, this city and Tames Witherspoon, of Mercersburg. A wedding breakfast for the bridal party and immediate families was held at the home of the bride following the ceremony. Both are graduates of the Ha- erstown High School. The bride was employed by Dr. A. C. Foard, local dentist and the groom is employed by the Standard Oil Company. After a. wedding trip to the New York World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Flook will reside at 334 Summit avenue. Spanish comb effects also have been made over into modern ornaments. This one is of gold lace All that glitters is not gold, but it and Sg Ued ^ & Wacfc yelvet certainly is hair ornament news these days. Here's a spray of flowers of simulated jewels, worn to the used this year - Gold kid bows are _ f ^ "* s °~ * acs right of the temple. especially good. Wrap-arounds of non - tarnishable gold or silver thread, studded with all sorts of stone are being used. The same materials are used in snoods and turbans. HOME, SWEET HOME... f — THEY'RE BACK SAFELY Mrs. Clyde Pangborn, (left) wife of the aviator, returned from England, where her husband remains to supervise the building of American planes. Doris Duke Cromwell, (right) arrives on the liner Rex. with her husband, James Cromwell, who said he feared TJ. S. would be drawn into the war. THEY CAN'T GET THERE Katherine Weber (left), who had worked in the United States for ten years, and Baroness Frederica Oppenheim, wife of a German banker, were prevented from sailing on the Rex's return trip when the liner's captain was ordered to bar passengers holding German or Czechoslovak passports. Missionaries Are Returned To City Because of the present- war in Europe two Mormon missionaries. Elders Ralph J. Griffin and John B. Matheson, Jr., have been recalled from England and assigned to this city. They will resume ihe work started by members of their church n this city several years ago. The missionary system of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints (the correct narne of he church) is unique in that all of the workers are voluntarily devoting their time, at their own expense, to carrying on the work. Most of the men and women serve for two or three years, return 10 their occupations and perhaps later accept other calls for mission work on the same terms. Ticket Exchange Is Opened By Orchestra Subscribers, patrons and sponsors of the Hagerstown Symphony Orchestra may reserve their seats at the Chamher of Commerce office during the coming week. Holders of season tickets may make their reservations at the same place beginning Saturday. Octoher 7, and continuing until the date of the first concert, Thursday, October 19. Dates for the other three concerts have been listed as December 7, February 29 and April 25. Single admission tickets will go on sale the latter part of this week. TO MEET THURSDAY. The Sharpsburg Townsend Club will hold a meeting in the Community Hall at Sharpsburg on Thursday evening, Oct.. 5. at S o'clock when the ciub will organize and officers will be selected. Mayor Otto of Sharpsburg is serving as the temporary president. According to C. E. Hagerman, president of the Hagerstown Townsend Club, the local club now has a total of 580 members while there are 2.160 members in Washington county. He states that Townsend clubs in the county have shown considerable growth in the past few months. MORNING HERALD and DAILY MAIL DINNER SET COUPON THIS COUPON and 4 others, with 49 cents entitle the holder to any week s offer. LOCAL CIRCLE TO ENTERTAIN GUESTS The Hngerstown DeMolay Mothers Circle will hold its regular meeting at the Masonic Temple on Tuesday evening a.t 7:30 o'clock, when a group of Frederick mothers will be the guests of the members. A business session will be followed by refreshments and a social hour. Miss Steele Weds Mr. Betts Saturday Miss Marguerite C. Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C E. Steele, near Waynesboro, and Mr. Charles D. Betts, son of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Betts, this city, were quietly married on Saturday' evening at S:00 o'clock in St. Paul's Methodist parsonage. The ceremony was performed "by the Rev. T. E. Kemp Horn, pastor of the bride, in the presence of the immediate families. The bride was gowned in a blue velvet street dress with matching accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left for a short wedding trip after which they will reside at 13."? North avenue. Medirian Club Has 17th Anniversary The 17th birthday anniversary of the Meridian Club was observed recently with a dinner and program held in the auditorium of the Women's Club. Officers were re-elected as follows: President, Miss Dora Burger; vice-president, Miss Isabel!e Beckenbaugh and secretary and treasurer, Miss Mildred Perham. The guest speaker, Miss Catherine Beachley, vice-principal of the Hagerstown High School, gave a vivid and picturesque account of; her summer trip to South America. Miss Beachley, who is a fluent speaker, interesting discussed her trip from the day she left New. York City until she returned. Miss Helen Hebb, soprano soloist, . accompanied by Miss Doris Weagley, pianist, pleased the guests by singing "Je Veux Vivre" from Romeo and Juliet and "Birthday Day" by Woodman. Miss Weagley skillfully played "Two Larks" by Les Chetizky. Copper bowls for a perfect attendance the past year were given Miss Cecilia Luther, Mrs. Cecil Seibert and Miss Frances Mumma. The tables were attractively decorated with bronze and yellow chrysanthemums in silver bowls, bronze tapers in silver holders and sprays of creeping grapevine. The invited guests of the members included Miss Mabel Burger, Mrs. Lynn Kellor, Miss Frances Perham, Miss Pauline Blackford, Miss Frances Mallett, of New York City; Miss Etta Domby, Miss Maude Hildebrand, Mrs. S. H. Gardner, Mrs. Myrtle Knott, Miss Mary Howard, Dr. Evelyn Luke, Mrs. Fred Reynolds, Mrs. Walter Rocssner, Miss Caroline Ludwig. Mrs. Herman Zaiscr, Mrs. Thomas, Miss Helen Graham and Miss Sarah Adams. FLOWER SHOW. The annual flower show of the Washington School will be held at the school on Tuesday. October 3 from three tn five o'clock in the afternoon from seven until nine in the evening. Mrs. H. C. Foster, Miss Mabel Hassett, Mrs. Leo Cohill n.nd Mrs. Wade Huffman will be the judges. Officers of the P. T. A. will be hostesses during the afternoon and evening. Candy will he on sale for the benefit of the school. Alt patrons and friends are invited to attend. CIVIC SECTION The Civic Section of the Women's Club will meet in the committee room at the club on Wednesday nfternoo nat 3 o'clock with the chairman, Mrs. James Findlay, presiding, v Mrs. Stott Is U. D. C. Hostess Historical Program Presented At First Fall Meeting. Mrs. Robert A. Stott, The Terrace, was hostess to members of the Henry Kyd Douglas Chapter, United Daughters of Confederacy oil Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Truman Johnson presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Walter Byron Stehl. At the business session, committees were appointed for the ensuing year. A petition was presented by Mrs. Edgar Keller and signed by all the members present to place a bust of Sydney Lanier, Southern poet, in •the Hall of Fame at New York University. Mrs. Von Eichberg, of Berlin, Germany, a native of Georgia, gave a splendid paper on the life of Sydney Laniei*. Her paper was most illuminating as she has been closely associated with relatives of Mr. Lanier and was able to present many intimate facts of his life. The life of Henry Kyd Douglas for whom the chapter is named was well presented "by Miss Rachel Shulenberger. Mrs. James S. Webb very interestingly discussed the life of Raphael Semmes, naval officer who was born in Charles county, Md. Mrs. Almira Darby, historian, arranged the program. Attention was called to the convention of the Maryland Division of the U. D. C. to be held at Hotel Belevedere, October 25 and 26. Mrs. James Webb and Mrs. Wm. .7. Crabbs were elected delegates and Mrs. Almira Darby and Mrs. Truman Johnson, as alternates, and the Misses Sarah Pennington and Betsy Webb, pages. Mrs. Walter Byron Stehl and Mrs. Robert A. Stott were appointed as delegates to the General Convention of the U. D. C. to be held in Charleston, S. C., in November. Miss Virginia Carmichael and Mrs. William Henneberger are the alternates. Miss Betsy Webb was appointed page to this convention by Mrs. John Collenson, of Baltimore, president of the Maryland Division. An amendment was added to the Chapter By-laws to hold a meeting each month from. September until June instead of only five meetings during the year as in previous years. The benediction wns pronounced by Dr. Stehl, chaplain of the chapter. A tea followed the meeting. PROGRAM TONIGHT AT SHILOH CHURCH A program of humorous skits will he presented in the social room of the Shiloh United Brethren church tonight, when a food sale will follow. Those taking part in the- program will include: Eileen Keller. Iris Needy, Sophia and Charles Uzelac, Doris, June, Eva Louise nnd Paul Price; Krma, Mildred, Nellie and Sammy Ilney- er; Donald Gaylor, Palmer Taylor, Dora Fouke-, Kathleen Munson, Lucille Williams. George and Betty St.iley. Tom and Lavinia McAllister and Kathleen Holmes. The public is cordially invited to attend. Cover Up The cover-up mode is reflected *. in a crepe dinner dress, cut on the ; slim cigaret silhouette and em- '. broidered in black paillettes. * LINCOLN P. T. A. MEETS TUESDAY The Lincoln Parent-Teacher Association will hold its first regular ; meeting at the school on Tuesday M night at 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Grovpr,: Artz presiding. Miss Catherine ' Beachley, who will give a talk on "Our Sister Continent," will devel-* op the group's theme for the year—': living together. A musical pro-' 1 ; gram will also be presented.- PRAYERS FOR PEACE ', In compliance with Governor O'Conor's request, there will be a special evening of prayer at. th» ' Manor Church of the Brethren on L Wednesday, October 4, from 6 to 9 p. m., when all persons interested in praying for peace nre urged to attend. ^ ''• CHESS CLUB. A meeting o[ the Hagerstown Chess Club will be held at the Y. M. C. A. on Tuesclny evening at 7:30 o'clock. BIRTHDAY PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Whorton, Chestnut street, gave a party in honor of the fourth birthday of their daughter, Peggy. A color scheme of pink and white was carried nut nnd refreshments were served to those guosls: Barbara Jean Lumm, Nancy Madison. Freddie Downs, Jimmy and Joe Kns- minger. GRAY S FUR SHOP 16 East Washington St. Phone 1233 MILLY'S 14 N. Potomac St. SUBURBAN DAY Tomorrow 3OO DRESSES SPECIAL VALUES $2.95 .00 All Sizes Surprising Values Come Early for Best Choice Permanent Wave Sale Regular $4.0X3 Value Park Avenue Machineless Wave $1 50 • Bvst Vnlui In Tovvn Free — Shampoo. Hair Style and Trim This Week Only Other Permanent Waves §2. up Croquignole Wave Complete nfi \J\J Shampoo Finger Wave Trim $4.00 Vonette Wave Restores New Lustre and Beauty to Your Hair 3 00 GALE'S BEAUTY SALON 54 W. Washington St, AMADON $9.50 FOOT SAVER SKUFFIES IN NEW YOUR FAVORfTE WALKING1W SHOES IN DEEP, RICH FALL COLORS/ | £$P£- V.CIALLY DEVELOPED TO TONE IN WITH YOUR TWEEDS. 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