The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 30, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 5

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, October 30, 1939
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1939. ITEMS OF INTEREST IN SHEPHERDSTOWN Shepherdstown, W. Va., Oct. 29. —At the business meeting of the West Virginia Federation of College Students' meeting, in. session at Shepherd State Teachers College, the following officers were elected: president, James .McCartney, of the West Virginia University, Morgantown; vice-president, Miss Ruth Anna Belle Hull of Glenville State Teachers College, Glenville; secretary-treasurer,! Miss Gladys McAdoo, of Fairmont State Teachers College, Fairmont. The newly elected president named Louie Miller of Morris-Harvey, field representative; Arned Brown of Bluefield State Teachers College, Bluefield, Leo Roberts*. Fairmont, and Edmund Hicks, Alderson- Broaddus as students representatives. The 1940 conference will be held at the West Virginia University, Morgantown. Arned Brown of Bluefield State Teachers College was the only student to register Friday morning. He arrived in Shepherdstown late Thursday night. A business session was held Friday morning, FIVE lunch in Reynolds Hall, served by members of the Home Economics Department, Miss Jean Richmond as sponsor. Dr. W. H. S. White, Dr. G. H. Bretuall and Dr. I. 0. Ash were faculty guests at the luncheon. At three o'clock the conference group went on a sight seeing trip through the Antietam Battlefield and through historic Jefferson county. ' A banquet was held at Beck's Tavern, Hagerstown at seven o'clock Friday evening, with Dr. I. O. Ash as toastmaster. Dr. Ash introduced all of the student representatives who gave a short greeting. Morgantowu and Glenville each had six representatives. I Dr. G. H. Bretnall, Mrs. W. H. S. White, Rev. Dewey Loving, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Shepherdstown, gave greetings. Dr. Henry T. McDonald, president of Storer College, Harpers Ferry, was the speaker of the banquet hour on the theme, "Life Is a Battle and a March." Saturday morning the conference closed with open forum discussions. The new officers were»asked to bring greetings and the meeting closed at noon. A few of the conference delegates remained in Shepherdstown to be guests of the college for the annual home coming football game and dance. All of the visitors were in-1 vited to be home coming guests of Shepherd College. A Hallowe'en party was held at the local high school Thursday evening, the Sophomore class entertaining for the Freshmen class. A Marcli Gras will be held in the White gymnasium Friday evening, November 3, by the members of Honorary Dramatic Fraternity Alpha Psi Omega. The money made from this activity will be used for fraternity work. More than 607,000 books and 14,389 maps are housed in the General Library at the University of Michigan. Bergdoll To Get Back $300,000 WASHINGTON, Cit. 30.—Attorney General Murphy has ordered th* return to Grover Cleveland Bergdoll of property appraised at slightly more than $300,000, the Justice Department announced Sunday. The famous draft dodger's fortune was seized after he escaped from a military guard in 1920 and fled to Germany. The announcement fixed at $535,540 the appraised value of Bergdoll's property now held by the At- torney General as successor to the alien property custodian. Of this amount, $200,000 has been set aside for income taxes that may be owed. In addition, Bergdoll has consented to temporary retention by the government of 20 percent of the value of his property as required of persons of German nationality or state- Ladies' FUR JACKETS are a fashion sensation. Choos* yours here at low prices on easy CREDIT. PEOPLES STORE C7 West Washington Street less persons under the trading with the enemy act. "Friendship" Church at Plyler, N. 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