The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 2, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 7

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, October 2, 1939
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1939. Young Outfit For Schoolroom Wear I/27 [SIZES"' Style No. 2749 Is designed for sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14. Style No. 2812 is designed for sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, ancl 10 yean. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15 cents), for this PATTERN. PALL FASHION MAGAZINE 10 cents extra. All orders for the Daily Mail Peerless fashions should be addressed Fashion Dept, Hagerstown Daily Mall, 121 West Nineteenth Street, New York City. WE WOMEN By BETTY BRAINERD Your Answers "Lonesome and Worried": Tnnr mother was perfectly jus tified in treating: a girl of your ng as she did. Were you in her plac you would have done the sam thing-. Also, X is perfectly justi ficd in his attitude toward you When a girl act.R f;ist and loose •with one boy «there is no reasor why that hoy should not think she would act so with another hoy You may not do so but how is he to bolicvo this? How many times have I tried to toll you girls that the best waj to lose a boy is to pet! How many times have I told you girls that many a boy will try out. n girl and if she is "easy" he soon tosses her nside Tor the girl he can admire and respect! Furthermore, since you laid yourself wide open not to be trusted why did you go to meet X when he hnd told you to be. n\; home? Would you have believed him under similar circum- fitnnces? If you are honest with yourself you will say: No. And 1o make matters worse, you chase him l.o the house of! another girl to "explain" to him! Do not think of going to him again and try to explain. And Electric Cooking CLEANER t> FASTER CHEAPER A>k for Frwof *• Your ELECTRIC Range Dealer Second National Bank The Oldest Bank In Hagerttown how dare you even consider going to his mother! You have made worse than a fool of yourself and why advertise that fact to make yourself the laughing-stock of those who know you. You are not a child. You are an. adult. Learn to act and think as an adult should. He hasn't done you any wrong. You have done it yourself. • i haven't patience with your hysteria. You say you love him and would do anything to make him care for you again. Then do this: Stay at home and read, twiddle your thumbs, do anything but go out with other boys. Tell MR brother—and any other man—not to come to see 3*0u any more. Tell hin brother when you tell him this that you now realize that you made a fool of yourself with X and that you have decided not to go out with any man until you get over caring for him. Tell him that yo'- know you should not have cheapened yourself with X and that you never Avill get mushy with any man until you are engaged to marry that. man. Then do iot discuss X with your girl friend or others. Keep on crying and worrying because X doesn't come to see you. t will do you good and perhaps mock some sense into your head. Decent men do not marry "kissing posts." Get that into your head and act accordingly. BETTY BRAINEKU. * * • Dear "Cricket": It looks to me as if X "couldn't akc it," to use a slang expres- ion. He should not resent his pa- ents teasing him about any girl ie dates—it is all in the spirit of un and his mother like you. You Just ISO of These BIG Soft Fleecy BLANKETS Will Go on Sale Tomorrow at 39 Size 60" x 76" FAIR WARXTNT;; \\> have already heen notified, that the price, of those Rlankrns has increased, due to the rise in Cotton. We yon that we cannot, repeat t.hip offer. Why not take advan- of the now! R&G Dept. Store Annex R*G are a dear girl and anyone would like you. How proud your father must be of you and how thankful I am that the prayers of you chifd- ren have been granted! May he Ion* enjoy life. ^ There is something wrong with X if he avoids his parents. Find out why he does this and then talk it over with your father. No matter where he lives he should visit his parents frequently and be devoted- to them. His actions were "unusual" to put it mildly/ He sounds moody and temperamental to me and I suggest you ask him why he acts as he does. The po- Jite thing for him to have done was to have spoken a few words to you before he drove away "like a streak." I would h£ve let him explain when next you see him. When X offends you tell him you cannot understand his attitude. Give him to understand either by telling him or by ignoring him that you will not tolerate his unpredictable moods. There was no reason in the world why you should not have gone to the party and every reason why you should. He acts like a j bear with a sore head and you can only remedy this soreness by finding the cause. Otherwise you will be groping in the dark, if he again ignores you at a party you do likewise and go home with your girl friend's father or your father. BETTY BRAINERD. Send pen name and real name in every letter. All communications confidential. Betty Brainerd, 6SO Madison Ave., New York City. McCormick Given '/ Position By Elgin W. L^e Elgin, Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, announced yesterday the appointment of Brook McCormick, this city, as his personal chauffeur. In addition to his chauffeuring duties, McCormick will work in the tag room and at the information desk at the Baltimore office and will aid the examiners. $ommissioner Elgin plans to s|fend every week-end in Hagers- |l>wn and during the stay here McCormick will maintain himself. His salary is $75 a month. U. B. Conference To Meet In Baltimore Bach United Brethren Church in the county will be represented by its pastor and laymen at th© one hundred and fifty-first annual meeting of the- Pennsylvania Conference which will open on Tuesday in the Otterbein Church, Baltimore, the oldest church building of any denomination in the city. The Otterbein Church was founded by the organizer of the denomination, Philip William Otterbein. at its present location. Conway, near Sharp street, in ISIS. The remaining sessions will be held in the Otterbein Memorial Church, Roland avenue and Thirty-eighth street. „ The bells at the old Otterbein Church were cast in Bremen, Germany, and the bricks in the walls were imported. Holy Communion will be administered in the historic shrine and the sermon will be preached by Bishop G. D. Batdorf, peresiding officer of this district. After the sermon there will be a memorial service. The afternoon session of the opening day will include an address by the Rev. O. T. Deever, of Dayton, Ohio, secretary of 'the board of Christian education. The Rev. D. T. Gregory, secretary of the board of administration, will speak at night. Wednesday morning will be taken up with the business session A report of Bonebrake seminary will be heard and Alvin 0. Wertsch, superintendent o£ the United Brethren Home, at Quincy, will tell of the work being done there. Wednesday afternoon and evening there will be addresses on the advancement of the various auxiliaries of the church. On Thursday morning there will be reports of various organizations by their leaders and the o-dinai.ion service will take place in the afternoon with Bishop Batdorf presiding. The climax of the conference will be a historical pageant, "The Spirit of Otterbein" to be presented Thursday evening. This drama tells the story of the United Brethren Church since its founding and was written by Martha Jane Koontz, daughter of Rev. Paul R. KoonU, pastor of Otterbein Memorial Church. Oak Hill Homes Robbed Saturday Th© adjoining homes of two brothers—Robert and John Littleton, 1000 block Oak Hill avenue- were entered and robbed sometime Saturday night, according to reports made to police. At the home of Robert Littleton, the robbers entered through the pantry window, took a valuable watch, a jig-saw puzzle and some candy. From the John Litf.let.on home the robbers took a vanity case and an. undetermined amount of money. Patrolman S. E. Basore made an investigation. ARM BROKEN Tom Lowman, 10, son of Harvey Lowman, Funkstown, sustained a broken arm in a fall yesterday evening. The fracture was reduced at the hospital. YOUNG MEN CALL FOR ARMY SERVI London, Oct. 1 (7P).—A pr mation by King George VI night summoned alf British between the ages of 20 am years, "with certain axceptic to the colors for armed sen It was estimated that al 250,000 men would be -ffecte the order requiring their r< tration at a date to be anno ed Jater. The Ministry of Labor said tails of registration for ser would be issued shortly. It was stated authoritati' actual notices calling Individ to service may not be iss until November. STEAMER IS SEIZED Copenhagen, Oct. 1 (/P).—R ("Danish news agency) rep from Helsinki, Finland, today German warships seized the ton Finnish steamer Orient y< day and took her to the Ge port of Cuxhaven. 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