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SIX THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1939. For newa to fc* carried M pace, call Ml» Penaiairtoii at phoae 1*6 betireem 8 and 11 a. at* S> t« 4 ». am* Events Of Social And NOTICE! Ho w*4dln*i, engagements or birth aimo«ncemettt« will be accepted by the Daily Mall Cor publication Binned or properly verified. CLUB DANCE ON SATURDAY Out-Of-Town Guests At Informal Fountain Head Party. Members of Fountain Head Country Club and their guests turned out in farmer dress on Saturday night for the Hallowe'en barn dance which was held at the club. Out-of-town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas • Hunt, of Baltimore .who were here for the Cumberland Valley Field Trials; Mr. and Mrs. William Franklin, of Baltimore: Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Wells, of Washington: John Bibby, Baltimore, and Walker Jolliffe, Frederick.. Preceding the dance Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagaman entertained in honor of their house guests. Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Sweet, of Providence, R. L. who also attended the Fountain Head party. Clair Coci Praised By British Critic Miss Claire Coci. talented and lovely New Orleans girl, was adjudged by Sir Granville Bantock, noted British critic and composer, chairman of the board of Trinity College of Music, London, as the most outstanding of all the many musicians whom, he examined ia a tour of the United States. For ten weeks. Sir Granville listened to musician • in many parts of the country, who seek recognition by the college. He visited New Orleans where three New Orleans musicians^two organists and a pianist — underwent the difficult examination given under the auspices of Trin'ty College for the purpose of rating talent in the United States and other countries. At the conclusion of Miss Coci's recital. Sir Granville was enthusiastic in his praise of Miss Coci's ardor and technique. He expressed himself as delighted and amazed by the talented young woman but reserved his final decision until the completion ->f his tour. Later, however, in New York, after his inspection duties were over. Sir Granville made the 'announcement which thrilled Miss Coci's many friends and patrons. She applied for an associatedship which, if granted, permits her the initials A. T. C. L. after her name. Like all really talented persons with a serious artistic purpose, Miss Coci has put her whole heart and soul into her studies. Some idea of her inherent love for music may be had from the fact that •when she was only 13. she was permitted to play for High Mass on Christmas Eve at the Jesuit Church. She will give an organ recital at St. John's Lutheran auditorium on Thursday evening at S:15 o'clock. ENJOYABLE EVENING An enjoyable evening was spent at the birthday parties of Frances Keefauver and Helen Benson on Friday. Many gifts were received. A Hallowe'en effect was carried out in the decorations and refreshments. Those present were: Juanita Benner, T 'Doris Hann, Jane Blickenstaff. Dorothy Palmer, Helen Davis. June Muldon. Pat Davis, Janice Hann, Helen Swartz. Mae Draper, Jack Carver, Richard Weiland. Richard Horning. Ralph Wagaman, Billy Elgin. Michael Sco- venne, Joe Casale, Francis Keefauver and Helen Denson. One Of The Many BIRTHDAY SPECIALS at 33 North Potomac Street SPORT SKIRTS With gores and pleats. Parker Wilder, all wool in solid colors. Birthday Sale Price 93 Personals John Bibby, of Baltimore, was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. \V. Riley Daniels, Oak Hill avenue. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Robinson; the Misses Olive Stouffer, Erma Itnyer and Mazie France have returned to this city from a motor trip through the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Wells, ot Washington, were the week-end gusts of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jordan, North Locust street. Mrs. Paul H. Teal, of Farmiugton. Mo., and Mrs. Robert Crawford, of Farmville, Va., will arrive today to be the guests until tomorrow of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sperow, Summit avenue. TomorroAv Mrs. Sperow will leave to spend the remainder of the week in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. William Franklin, of Baltimore, and Walker Jolliffe, of Frederick, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Urner, Oak Hill avenue. Nelson B. Rowe, North Potomac street, has returned from a business trip of several days to Chicago. Stephen Noel, student at the University of Maryland, spent the week end at his home on Mealey Parkway. Mr. and Mrs. William Stonebraker,'of Washington, spent the weekend with the former's mother, Mrs. Rebekah Stonebraker, Pangborn boulevard. J. G. Reeder is still confined to his home on George street by illness. Miss Peggy Scheck, a student at Notre Dame College, Baltimore, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Scheck, Forrest Drive. She had as her guests Miss Mary Kleschick, of Philadelphia, and Miss Rosario Lopez, the daughter of the Ambassador from Colombia, South America. , Mrs. Marshall Reed and Mrs. Louis Fahnestock, this city, left on Sunday to spend several days in New York City. Earl Straley, of near Kemps, is confined to his home with a broken ankle sustained while playing in the Williarnsport-Sharpsburg soccer game on Sunday. Sanford E. Northrup, of this city, a senior in the College of Engineering at the University of Maryland, has been pledged as a member of Tau Beta Pi, national honorary engineering fraternity. Mrs. Kenneth Rudisill, Mrs. Earl Hoffman and Miss Thelma Rudisill have returned to their homes here from a trip to Durham, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Richmond H. Sweet, of Providence, R. L, are the guests of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagaman, Hamilton Boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mall and George Rohrer, Jr., of Toledo, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Windley, of Arlington. Va., were the week-end* guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Rohrer, North avenue. Miss Margaret Wolfinger. local student at the University of Mary- laud, was among the guests at a pledge dance held at the Wardman Park Hotel in Washington by the Alpha Delta Pi fraternity last week. Miss Ruth C. Fiery has returned to her home on East Anti-etam street after attending the New York World's F .Ir. Miss Marguerite Buchanan, Miss Betty Cochran, Ray Stepney and Bill Millhouse have returned to this city from r, trip over the Skyline Drive on Sunday. They also attended a party at the University of Maryland and heard Woodie Herman and his band in Baltimore Sunday night. Mrs. H. M. Garrison. McKee avenue, returned yesterday after spending two weeks at her home in Geneva, N. Y. Charge Accounts Invited ! "A New Arrow Service" Arrow Shoe Store 25 West Washington Street Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Robinson, the Misses Erma Itnyer, Olive Stouffer and Mazie France, this city, visited the Endless Caverns at New Market, Va., while on a motor trip through the Shenandoah Valley of | Virginia. { Mrs. Joseph C. Byron. South I Prospect street, has issued invitations to a luncheon Thursday at the Mount Vernon Club in honor of her guest. Mrs. Creighton, of Chicago. CoNjEfWMAL A. F. MILLER — Chiropodist 19 Public Square Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Xewkirk. .Mitchell avenue, have moved to Patterson. X. J.. where Mr. Xew- kirk has accepted a position. Miss Virginia Rouzer returned Saturday to resume her work at King's County Hospital. Brooklyn. | X, Y., after spending a month with ' her mother. Mrs. Fred Rouzer, North Potomac street. WOMEN'S HATS L; & B. Hat Shop N, E, Cor. Public Square Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Geaslen and sons, Harry and Jack and Miss Lois Berger, of this city, returned last evening from Dubois, Pa., where they spent the week-end with Arthur Geaslen. J. L. Thomas, Hamilton boule- varrt. is a guest at the Hotel New Yorker while visiting in New York- City. , HALLOWE'EN PARTIES HELD Various Groups Holding Traditional Social Events. Each year the number of Hallow- e'en parties sponsored by Sunday school classes, other church organizations and social clubs, seems to increase. Among those which have already taken place was the party held by the Loyal Workers class of the First Baptist church at the home of the teacher, Miss Adella Morris, Salem avenue. Prizes were won by Shirley Brooks, Dorothy Beggarly and Mary Louise Bard. Games and refreshments were enjoyed by these guests: Shirley Brooks, Dorothy Beggarly, Delores Chaney, Phyllis Hook, Nadine Tinnell, Delores Wyn- kop, Mary Louise Bard, Dorothy Harley, Mary Kline, Beverly Long, Vernie Cash, Helen Selby and Margie Morris. Grace Class The Grace class of Grace United Brethren church met at the home of Miss Helen Carbaugh, 406 Linganore avenue, when a Hallowe'en motif was carried out in the decorations and refreshments. Those who attended were: Mrs. Sprecker, teacher of the class; Mesdames Frances Shuman, Mildred Myers, Louise McNamee, Edith Householder, Helen May; the Misses Jane Arnsparger, Dorothy Mund'ey, Hilda Gerhart, Marie Horn, Vivian Weber, Dora Shook, Jane Pryor, Helen Carbaugh, Betty Sprecker, Lorraine Householder and.H^zel Geist. Bible Class The Young Women's Bible class of St. John's Lutheran church met at the home of Mrs. Edward Thurston with Mrs. Leroy Jones as assistant hostess. Games and refreshments were enjoyed by Mesdames Semler, Greene, Long, Spangler, Cunningham, Mullenix, Hutson, Shirley and Fields; the Misses Stine and Strock. Friendly Twelve Club The Friendly Twelve Club sponsored a Hallowe'en party at the home of Clara Corsi, when the following attended: Grace Diseati, Helen Baughman, Mary and Josephine Castelucci, Edith Penisi, Edith Corsi, Violet Mellot, Louise and Mary Calandrella, Gisela Lupers- beck, Jean Clark, Geneva DiFabbio, Ella Sneigler. Vivian Custard, Dorothy Klick, Nick and Joe Diseati, Shelton Pike, Jack Poffenberger, Junior Reedy, Sam Ruck, Frank Di- Fabbio, Palmer Taylor, Ignat Plo- kovit, Steven Stubits, Tullio Spezzo, John Lupersbeck, Tony Callendrel- la, James and Frank Corsi and Hoit Williams. Club Party The Cotton-Tail Club held a Hal- lowe'en party at the home of Miss Bonnie Belle Powell, Salem avenue, when games and refreshments were enjoyed by the following: Arlene Bean, Lorraine Titlow, Ruth Sweigert, Audrey Reynolds. Edna Stover, Jane Paden, Zelcla Ridge, Vivian Lynn, Mrs. J. B. Powell, Helen Minnich, Herbert Stoner, John Ward. James Miller, Dan Boyle, Tom Hardinge, Sid Shaffer and Whitie Lewis. Ruth and Naomi Class. The Ruth and Naomi Class of Christ Reformed Church held a Hallowe'en party at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Sinn, recently . The hostesses were Mesdames Virginia Ott, Mary McLaughlin, Evelyn Slaydon and Betty Sinn. The home was decorated in keeping with the Hallowne'en season. Games were played and delicious refreshments served to the following: Mesdames Mary McLaughlin. Virginia Ott, Harriet Miller, Alma Delauder, Evelyn France. Anice Marker, H. C. Thurmond, Allberta Thurmond, Irene Cook, Ethel Swartz, Betty Sinn, Evelyn Slaydon, Rebekah Reid. Misses Gladys Snapp. Vivian Brandenburg. Pauline Cook, Louise McKinsey. Mary Lou Gluck, Edith Trov- inper and Helen Brandenburg. The next meeting will be a covered dish social at the church. Missionary Society. The Triangle Missionary Society of the First Christian Church held a Hallowe'en party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Adams, Potomac avenue, recently. A delightful evening was enjoyed by the members and their guests. Games were in charge of Klizaber'i Ridenour and Elizabeth Adams, and Laura Naomi Smith served as chairman of the refreshment committee. Prizes were awarded for unusual costumes. Those present were: Elizabeth Adams, Mary Black, Mark Bowarcl, Romaine Bey ard, Eddie Anderson. Hazel Crosswhite, Ruth Cross \vhit'\ Mary Louise Downs. Amelia Elliotr. Mar ilouise Falk. Flora Elliott. Henvj Falk. John Hamburg. Lorraine Hamburg. Genevieve Fleming Doris Kreglo. Charles Lantz, Hazel Poole, Joe Porterfield, Irene Reed- or. Vhginia Reeder. Elizabeth Ridenour. Wesley Ruth, Roger Repp, Laura Naomi Smith. Jean Stocksdale, Mrs. Luther Fouke, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snavely and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adams. . At Emmanuel. A Hallowe'en party was held recently by a class of the Emmanuel | U. B. Church at the home of their teacher. Mrs. A. L. Huffer. Maryland avenue. Game? and refreshment? were enjoyed by th* 4 followine mpmhers: Charlotte Cash. Doris Wishard. Jo Eilen Baker, Katharine Riley, Shower Given For Mr. and Mrs. Clipp Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clipp, who were recently married, were the guests of honor at a surprise miscellaneous shower given by the Sunday school classes of the Sharpsburg Church of the Brethren. Hal- lowe'en decorations were used and games were played, with prizes be- ing'awarded to Miss Ruth Otto, Mrs. Jesse Clipp and Ronald Otto. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Winton Nalley, the Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lake, Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Otto, Mrs. Martha Pry, Mrs. Jesse Clipp, Mrs. Lucy Mongan, Mrs. Charles Renner, Mrs. William Wyand, Mrs. Vincent, Rayski, the Misses Anna Mable Grayson, Ethel Thomas, Hester Clipp, Adele Mongan, Orpha Renner, Dolly Miller, Ellen Mose, Sarah Sampson, Oralee Lake, Jean Otto and Marian Shaffer; Willis and Bruce Clipp, Fred and Ted Otto, Jesse Lake and Jack Shaffer. The Willing Workers class of St. Paul's Evangelical church held its Secret Sister banquet at the Hotel Patterson recently, when the following were present: the Rev. and Mrs. Walter Dice, Mr. and Mrs. Mattson, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolffsen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meyers, Mesdames F. J. Gabriel, Daisy Armstrong, Ethel Shantz, Florence White, Walter Gibney, Mary Humelsine, A. B. Pittinger, Evelyn Snodderly, Pearl Schindel, Rachel Kendie and A. B. Gearhart; Miss Gi'ace Gabriel, Miss Mary Hogan and Mr. Heck. Jewish Confirmation Followed By Party Abraham Framm, who thirteen year ago was the first baby to be brought to the new Jewish synagogue in this city, celebrated his thirteenth birthday and was confirmed at the synagogue on Saturday. He is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. Reuben Framm and is a student at South Potomac Junior high school. A birthday party for the young man followed the confirmation ceremonies Saturday morning. Congratulatory speeches were made by a number of the guests and Abraham received a number of gifts. Thelma Hawbaker, Carol Fisher. Berwyn House. Betty Charles, Elva Mae Dennis, Elaine Myers, June Dulabaum, Jacqueline Lefever, Ruth Cottingham, Kathleen and Carroll Huffer. . SAFETY IS P. LA/TOPIC Program Presented For Howard Street Patrons And Teachers. A safety program was held by the Howard Street School Parent- Teacher Association at its regular meeting which was attended by a large number of patrons. Miss Genevieve Stumbaugh, safety chairman, was in charge of the afternoon. Patrolmen of the school presented a play entitled "The Meeting of the Safety Hazards" and Robert Herr gave a short talk on the purpose of School Patrols. Songs relating to safety were sung by the second and fourth grades. Miss Eva, Huyett, principal of the school, also talked on the value of Patrols. Miss Stumbaugh's room won the attendance banner and a report was given on the purchase of a radio for the school. Next month's meeting will be held on November 16 at 7:30 p. m. First Outing Held By Growing Fraternity The Growing Fraternity of the local Y. M. C. A. held its first outing of the club year at the Beaver Creek Community Hall recently. The club was chaperoned by their advisor, Walter Cleland. The program consisted of dancing, contests and musical program by club membrs. Prizes were awarded to Jack Doarnberger for the most comical costume; Gertrude Ward for the most elaborate costume and James Hovis and Dottie Myers, dancing contest. Barn dancing was demonstrated by Phyllis Hovis, Glenice Reichard, George Finney and Robert Munson. Others present were: Edward Carpenter,; Jack Henesy, Catherine McKee, Samuel Baker, Libbie Harris, Gerald Cooper, Josephine Claybourne, Calvin Grooms. Mooch Wilson, Theresa Duffy, Louise Mullenix, Jane Hamilton. Ted McCain, Pat Fiery, Stan Wilson, Lillian Whitman, Jack Kibbe, Doris Hess, Mildred Martin John McCune, Theda Belle Brooks,'Newton Henson, Maxine Brooks, Joha Langenstein. Curly Ouster, Betty South, Gerald Hamburg, Raymond Tucker, Dot Fiery, Edith Trovinger, Russel Spessarcl and the club president, Donald Spielman. Jack Doarnberger *?id his committee had charge of arrangements. NEW BOOKS Four new titles have been added to the rental collection at the Williamsport Memorial Library: "Lost Sunrise," Norris: "This Nettle Danger." Gibbs; "Children of God," Fisher; "Escape," Vance. EXERCIJBl No. 1 in soft, flexible RED CROSS EXERCISER SHOES Uncholtonged voliM at $650 Do you want a youthful step—beautiful feet' and legs? Then do as thousands of smart women do ... wear Red Cross Exerciser Shoes. They hug the heel. .. cuddle the arch. And their specially treated flexible soles give barefoot freedom ... act as a beauty treatment. And imagine, just $6.50. r NC. € ft ST o uu n, m D. Four Generations At Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Summers gave a dinner party for their family at their home east of Funkstown on Sunday, when four generations were present. The oldest member of the family to attend was Charles Summers and the youngest, Betty Jean and Betsy Jane, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Keplinger. Other guestc were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Summers, Mr. and Mrs.,Earl L. McCauley, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Keplinger, Mrs. James E. Wolt'ord, Earl Summers, Owen, Lorraine and Richard Wolford; James, Buddie and Glenn Miller; Carol, Buddie, Ilene, Eddie, Mildred, Dorothy, Billie and Bud Summers. Choir Entertained By Three Hosteses Mrs. Clarence Little, Mrs. Stover Rohrer and Mrs. J. C. Mowen were joint hostesses to the choir of the First Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. Mowen on Friday evening. An enjoyable program was rendered under the supervision of Mrs. Arthur Harbaugh. Contests were held and prizes given. Miss Jane Hawn received a cake as one of the- prizes. Delicious refreshments were served in buffet style with the Hal- lowe'en motif carried out. Dr. J. C. Mowen, choir president, read the by-laws. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sherman were congratulated upon their 24th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Sherman Is choir directress. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Shirey, Mr. and Mrs. Stover Rohrer, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Mowen; Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Mowen and children, Paul. Berry and Buster, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cushen, Mrs. Arthur Harbaugh, Mrs. Clarence Little, Mrs. Elsie Knight, the Misses Vera Cushen, Evelyn Richard, Grace Lowell, Charlotte Conrad, Lulu Barr, Jane Hawn, Mary Elizabeth Ebersole, Wanda Knight. Roberta Lillard and Raymond Wilson. George and Marion Reed. PARTY HELD AT RIVER SATURDAY A Hallowe'en party was held at the Fridinger clubhouse at Snyder's landing on Saturday night. Appropriate decorations were used and the guests enjoye'd dancing and games. Those who atte-ded were: Mr. and' Mrs. William McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foltz, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Routzahn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bergenbaugh, Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Dorsey, Jr., the Misses Audrey Knodle, * Thelma Martin. Mary Jane Ilgenfritz and Isabel Fridinger; Dr. Harold Carbaugh, Robert Hammaker, Frederick Ludwig and Holmes Harper. MARRIAGE LICENSES Charles E. MacDonald, 21, Kathryn Shehck, 22, Hagerstown. , Louis R. Carpenter, 21, Violet V. Johnson, IS, Winchester, Va. Jackson 0. Kitzmiller, 23, Helen I. Dayhoff, 22, Hagerstown . Floyd G. Wolfe, 21, Margaret M. Benson, 19, Boonsboro. James F. Sullivan, 27, Anna L. Thompson, 27, Knoxville. Carroll W. McPherson, 22, Wanda L. Alsip, 19, Smithsburg. Roy P. Parsons, 24, Grimes, Va., Anna E. Wilson, 23, Hagerstown. Carroll F. Spitzer 22, Funkstown, Mary E. Tressler, 19, Hagerstown. George W. Short, 21, Elizabeth H. Miller, IS, Hagerstown. Joseph L. Moore, 22, Martha B. Baker, 22, Hagerstown. Charles Faulhattber, 33, Chevy Chase, Louise Kindall, 19, Hagerstown. William E. Huff, 19, Phoebe L. Conrad, 19, Leitersburg. William M. Gloss, 23, Rohrersville, Goldie L. Long, 19, Keedysville. William P. Suffecool, 23, Erma J. Murray, 21. Clearspring. Paul S. Gilroy. 23, Smithsburg. Vallie J. Keller. 19, Sharpsburg. J. Carl Stonebraker, 22, Margaret J. Ilgenfritz, 1.9, Hagerstown. Kenneth L. Diller, 21. Pauline M. Mentzer, 25, Waynesboro. Tor a room or apartment? it's easy to find just what you \vant If you look in the Classified Section flrst. Birthday Party Is Given For Son Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Lowry entertained at a party in honor of the birthday of their son, William, at their home along the Williamsport pike, recently. Games and refreshments were served to the t folio wing: Misses June Barkdoll, Lula Boppe, Florence Bowers, Geraldine Barkdoll, Mary Louise Brewer, Esther Reid, Irene Petrie, Lena Buterbaugh. Mildred Reiff, Pearl Boppe, Annie Boppe, Cora Winger, Martha Hoi- linger. Mina Lowry, Messrs. Harry Winger, Kenneth Limmons, Joel Petrie, Lawrence Stouffer, 'David Boppe, William Lowry, Charles Hollinger, Elmer Black, Leonard Lowry, Charles Hykes, Jr., Edward Arnsparger, Albert Bartles, Jr., Glenn Koons, Paul Reid, Derwood Arnsparger, George Hykes, Richard Wiederhold, Lester Hamby, Willie Bartles, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lowry and son, Charles, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lowry and sons, Roy, Albert, Jr., and Robert \ud others. CLUB WILL MEET Owing to Hallowe'en, the Hagerstown Y. M. C. A. Chess Club will meet on Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A Pen-Mar Chess League is being formed to include teams from Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chani- bersburg, Shippensburg, Gettysburg and Carlisle. The Hagerstown Y. M. C. A. team -.rill be selected at an early date. GRAY S Fl« SHOP 16 East Washington St. Phone 1233 What Makes Dry Cleaning GOOD Quality... 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