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The Democratic Advocate.
FOUNDED 1838
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61.50 PER ANNUM.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
,
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE, ORPHANS
COURT, MARRIAGE LICENSES. ETC.
COURT PROCEEDINGS
e
- following eases have been de
poned since our last report:
Hammond Hipsley vs. Philip Rldge
ly, tried before a jury, verdict for
plaintiff. State for plaintiff; Bond &
I‘arkc for defendant.
Hoops Bros, and Thomas & Co vs.
James B. Edmondson; tried before a
Jury; verdict for plaintiff. ClemStm
for plaintiff; Walsh and Walsh for
defendant.
Mehrle Morgan vs. H. Frank Evans,
tried hefor.e a Jury; verdict for plain
tiff. Steele for plaintiff; Bond ii. Parke
for defendant.
Bevl Morgan vs. 11. Frank Kvnns.
tried before a jury; verdict for plain
llff. Steele for plaintiff, Bond & Burke
lor defendant. *
N. Irvin flressett vs. Albert Tl. Gos
ncll. tried before a jury; verdict for
plaintiff. Clemson for plaintiff: Hoff
and Bond & Barker for defendant.
ORPHANS* COURT
Mondav, November 28th.— William
11. Coppersmith, administrator of
■Walter K. Coppersmith, dcceaecd, set
tled his lirst and final account.
Walter E. Biicliman, executor of
Harvey O. Winner, deceased, reporteil
Bale of personal property.
Tuesday, November 2!Uh. I.eah J.
Bennett and Win, B. Hammond, ad
ministrators of Garrison ’B, Bennett,
deceased, reported sale of personal
property.
The sale of real estate of Catherine
B. Frizzell. deceased, was llitaily ratl
fled and confirmed.
Calvin E. liankert, executor of R<-
liecc-a E. Earhart, deceased, reported
sale of personal properly.
Charles H. Feeler and Albert >l.
Mungrove. administrators of Charles
A, Keener deceased, reported sale of
personal property and settled their
lirst and final account.
Betters of administration on Ihe es
tate of Catherine K. Otto, deceased,
■were granted unto Kiln K. Koons and
Wilbur H. Otto, who received nn or
der to notify creditors.
Bolters of administration on the es
tate of Caroline Arrington, deceased,
•were granted unto George W. Arring
ton. who received warrant to appraise
and an order to nollly creditors.
Annie 7. I}. Goodw In.' executrix ol
Charles K. Goodwin, deceased, report
ed sale of personal properly and set
tled her first and final account.
Nimrod T. Bennett, executor of Vir
ginia F.. Oeatty. deceased, settled his
first and tinal account.
TRANSFERS OF HEAL ESTATE
Martha B. Martin to Harrison B
llathcll and wife, 10 acres, for *">.
Alonzo B. Bellman to Dewey I). Da
vis, 1 acre, for $350.
Harrv C. Blizzard ef al. to Arthur
J. Buckafd and wife, Hit square
perches, for 110.
Nicholas 8. Wood and wife to !>.
Eugene Walsh, several tracts, for tl.
I), Eugene Walsh to Nicholas S. Wood
and wife, several tracts, for IB
Howard W. Hahn and wife to John
IB Hiller and wife, 19,819 square
feet, for SIBOO.
. Charles (>. Nicholson and wife to
John H. Brown and wife 16,356 square
feet, for tl.
Medella M. MoClaskey and husband
to George B. SchoDiun and wife, £
acres, for |5.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Hurry \V. Nusbauni and Thelma
Boui.-c Knglar, both of Westminster.
Wilbur Baal Want* and Hath Irene
Biller, both of Westminster.
Murton B. Haibmond and Clara A.
Tl Davis, both of Union Bridge,
Maurice Q, Koontz of New Windsor,
and Esto H. Stilely. of Liberty.
Stanley B. Gilbert and Helen 1!
Bittittger. both of Union Bridge.
Amos E. Evans, of Carrollton, and
Maud V. Frazier, of Baltimore.
THANKSGIVING DINNER
Mrs. B. V. Zlle, Thanksgiving day,
gave a dinner at the home of tier son
anil daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A
. M. Zlle. East Main street, to the fol
lowing invited guests: Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Zlle, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank
Hoffman. Mrs, I. H. Sayers, Mrs. Al
len Hoffman, Mr. ami Mrs. Douglas
Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Waller E.
Bayers, Jr., Mr*. Louisa Hoffman and
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stem; Misses Thel
ma Hoffman, Lillian Hoffman. Doris
Hoffman, Margaret Hoffman, Margaret
Lee Sayers and Virginia Zlte; Messrs.
S. K. Easton and Stanley Pickett and
Masters Aubrey Stem, Jr., William
Steih, Douglas Campbell, Jr., Walter
JO. Buyers, Jr., and Howard 'Zlle.
HIGH SCHOOL SUPPER AMI BAZAR
(hi Friday and Saturday evening
Decdmber kilt and 10th, there w ill he
un oyster and meat supper in the High
Scliodl building for the purpose of
raising funds to meet some of the ex
penses that must be met by the school.
Among these are funds to increase the
school library, help school athletics
and provide motion pictures especially
suited to school work.
The supper will he served in tbt
, school lunch room from 6.30 to li
o'clock each evening. Any who do not
. wish to come for the supper are re
quested to attend the bazar which wll
furnish much amusement mid past
time, , ,
WEDDINGS.
81*00—CORBIN
j A wedding which was very inlcrest-
ing as well as quiet was that of Miss
" Etta Mav Corbin, youngest daughter of
.Mrs. Florence Corbin, East Main
street, this city, to Mr. William Spoo.
| of Utloa. N. Y.
The ceremony which took place
iWednesday, November 23rd. in Haiti
. | more, was performed by Rev. B. F.
Warner, former pastor of the Melho
. Idlst Protestant church of this place.
.. ’ The bride wore a pretty navy blue
• c suit with hat to match, with Miss
Marie Oursler as attendant. After the
( ceremony a wedding dinner was r-erv
j cd at the Southern Hotel. Following
, this the couple were agreeably snr
r | prised bv a farewell party of friends
land relatives from the bride's x hoine
(town who gathered at Union Station
.' to offer congratulations and fond
. farewells. The happy couple loft amid
showers of rice for points in Ohio
and other carts of the West,
| The bride Is a member of the young
’ er set of this city anil has been con
nected with the local telephone ex
. change tor several years as king dis
tance operator. In this capacity, close
, attention to duties and an ever will
ingness to serve) made of her a gen
! ernl favorite and won for her the es
teem and friendship of the entire
I community. A host of friends extend
i to her and the groom a long, happy
t and prosperous life
Tht-y will be at home after Monday.
December 6. 1825 Bennett street. Ull
fjca, N. Y„ where the groom Is sac-
Ii Mssfnllv enraged In the automobile
i business.
bare inßimyr
jj A marriage of interest *lo Carroll.
Frederick and Howard counties took
, place lust Wednesday evening. No
. vemlier 23. when Miss Rena Burden,
daughter of Mrs. Wilson O. Driver,
(was married to Mr. William 11 Bare,
j ' son of Mr. and Mrs. John B Bare.
The ceremony was performed at the
parsonage of the Methodist Church, nt
| ML Olive. liy the pasldr, Rev. K. It.
p the home of the bride's parents. Mr,
land M-s. Wilson O. Driver, a wedding
..supper wes served for the immediate
families of the bride and groom, and
j kiiim friends, sfler which they ware
.; serenaded. The brida who Is very prei
ly and attractive was becomingly at
tired In dark blue ailk with headed
j trimming, and but to correspond. The
; i groom wore a dark suit. The young
, couple arc popular nnd bare the cou-.
' ■ gratutntfon* and h*t wishes of their
, man) friends for a long, happy and
. | prosperous married life. They will re
' side with the groom’s parents. Mr
tnd Mrs. John B. l-are, near Mi Airy
. Those who were present at the sup
, per were Mr, and Mrs, Wilson O.
! Driver, Mr. and Mrs, John B. Bare, Mr.
an<l Mrs Grover Bure, Mr. and Mr*.
) Edward Fowler and family, Mr. an I
Mrs. Albert Kstworthy, Mrs, Berlliu
.are, Mrs. George Main, Mrs Jose-
S thine Wthebrcnner. Mlsso* Flora and
- i'earl Driver, and Ruth Emory, John
Wain. Albert Driver. William Driver,
rj Jobii Driver. Oliver Driver, Gaorgc
a i Driver and (’buries Driver.
BITTEHKN HILL
1 Miss Vera Margaret Hill, dnughtar
of Mr. and Mrs, James Hill, #>f near
S Blltli ilown. and Harold Foreman Dut
j tsrer, son of George W. Dullsrer, of
' near Sliver Run, were married Nov.
,21th, nt the parsonage of the Banal
' i Reformed Church, Carroll County, liy
l ithe pastor, the Rev, Murray Ness.
, ; Clarence Bankart and Miss Ethel I lilt,
.l; sister of the bride, were a.'lendnitts.
KOONTZ STITELV ♦
Mr. Maurice Olenroy Koontz and
I Miss Ksta Ronmine Stltely were quiet
-1 1 ty married Sunday evening. Novem
ber 27, at 8.00 p. m. The we'fißng look
c i place at the koine of the groom, near
| the Bleasunt Hill Church of God.
, Rev. John 11. Gonso performed the
i ceremony. Miss Stltely Is from Bllter
. (ty, Frederick county. A number of
relative* and friends witnessed the
: service and all wish for the happy
bride and groom a long, happy and
>i prosperous life.
DA NBA--ALBAN
Isaac B. B. Dandy, of Alesia, and
Miss Sadie Alltan. of Hampstead, were
' quietly married Thursday evening at
11 the Groeumount parsonage by tlie
1 pastor, Rev. J. 11. Lehman.
—iwe
UNMOOR
k
Mrs. Joseph Bnngdon antf son,
s James, of New Windsor, spent Ihe
-■ llrst purl of the week with Mrs.
<) tamos Elzler.
I- Misses Alma Uirkhead and Iva
R Bickty, of Blue Ridge College, spent
■i the psl keek's end with Miss Grace
■ Knglar.
<! I Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude Etzler and Mr.
u I and Mrs. Walter Brandenburg came to
r I their respective homos on Monday
1 evening.
| Mrs, U. B. Myers anil son. Robert,
u and Mrs. Nulhuu Knglar and dtutgh
ler, Vivian, spent Sunday in Union
f, I Bridge at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
,e ’ I), F. Knglar.
h i Mr. K. B. Myers, accompanied Ills
if (sou Ralph, who because of un attack
of asthma, was required to return to
I. j Baltimore Sunday morning.
e ' Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Knglar, of Bnl
•siitimore, spent Saturday night in Blu
v | wood and Sunday with relatives in
I Westminster.
k> ' Mrs. K. F. Tracy, of Westminster,
H ; spent from Friday to Sunday wlflt
q Miss Bertha Orach.
9- j ' • ■ , ’ ll
II i The only tiling that keeps the bool
t-lieggcrs In liusiness is customer*.
: Canton New*.
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WESTMINSTER, MI)., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, DKUEMBER 2, 1921
B. FRANK SHRIVER BEAD
I
- WAS PRESIDENT OF B. F. SHRIVER COM-|
! PANY, BANNERS, THIS GOUNTY-WAS
• A DEVOTED FRIEND OF LATE CARDINAL
GIBBONS.
| \ _
,
Beniamin Frank Bhrlver. one of the I
5 most beloved citizens of Carroll coun- j
- ty, dloil at his home, m Union Mills, at
: noon Tuesday, He was "S years old
Death was due to a complication of
I j trouble*. Mr. Shrlver having baeii In
> poor health for a long time. Some
i weeks aro he was stricken with pneu- j
i nn.nltt end never recovered.
I Mr, Shrlver was born on Christmas I
■ Day. 1343. at Cnion Mills. He was the
son of the late William and Mary M-;
I, Shrlver. He was educated at the
• schools of Carroll county and for a j
■ lime attended laiyola College, in Ral
■ Unxore. He learneil the fruit and vegc- j
table packing budneaa with a firm,
■ composed of three of his lirotbers. !
John 8., William and Alliert Shrlver, j
plo.-e of busines-i was on Brett
>jslreel, Baltimore, lit lA7O he restored!
I into business In a small way for him
■ self, his establishment In Westminster j
being the pioneer cannery In Carroll
. county, R subsequently became Hi*
B. F. Shrlver Company, of which he
was the president up to the time of;
1 j hla death
A Catholic. Me, Bbrlver waa an in
timutc friend of the late Cardinal mil
lions. It was the custom of the Card I
iml to snend hla vacations either at
■ Mr. Shrlver s home or at that of hla
brother, the late Gen. T. Herberts
‘; ah river
Surviving are children as lollow*
■ Mrs. Leslie W, Brennan arid Mrs
’ James 8 Kerr an, of Utica. N. Y.; Mr*
J. Marshall Jope*. of Baltimore
Misses Madeline and Marian Bhrlver,
and James McSherry Shrlver. of Un
lon Mitts In addition two sisters and j
1 i brother survive. Mark O. Shrlver
;,of Baltimore; Mias Mary O. Shrlver -
' of Union Mills, and Slater Frances de
dales Shtiver. of Etnmllshnr* The 1
late C. C Shrlver, former preldent o, r
the Metropolitan S;.v-oi flnnk •
ißaltimore, who died about two weeks!
ago. was a brother
The funeral services were held yes-!
tenluy morning in St, John's Catholic
Church at 10 o'clock Mss* was cel*-
, bralcd si the residence of the decs**-!
<1 at Union MMIs. Requiem Mass wss j
i elebrate*! al the Church Rev. Thomas I
K McGuiaan paator.
Resides Bishop Corrigan there was i
present in the sanctuary the Hf Ret !
Tho, J. Shanhsn. rector of the Cat he
tic University, Washington I). C. and
the vice rector, the very Rev Geo, A
I Dougherty, the HI. Rev Bernard J
, Bradley, president of Mt St Mary'*
College: Ihe Rev. Jif It. Cassidy, for-
I oter pHSinr of St, John's; rtie Rev
, Geo H Tragesstr. of The Mountnue:
the Rev. Albert C Smith, secret*rv of
Arrhbtshno Curley, whom* he repr* 1
seated st the funeral; tbs Rev. Ed
ward Ural* and Edward Roacb. of
Baltimore* Fathers |tillv, Wheeler.
Bishop snd Quinn, of the neighboring
r purestie*
f ln,the ctinvregaiion were many lead
■ ing rltlznne of the stale, friends of rtie
1 deceai-cd A male quartefte from !b<-
Batttmora Cathedral Choir rendered
! dim music of the Vana. By request of
y the (arnilv. there was no ssrntun.
The following nephews of Mr, Shrl
'• ver were oallbesrera; Albert J Mrer.
Alfred J Whrlver. Thoms* F Shrlvar.
Mark O. Shrlver. Jr. J C, Hoyle and
Joseph N. Shrlver. Burial sfs* In the
1 cemetery adjoining the church. F. A
. Sbarror b Son funeral directors.
C ;
, MINMtTTAN FLAYERS RELIGHT
ING AITHENUEH AT OFEMA
MOUSE.
’ Westminster theatre giiers have a
' really gurs! company to enthuse Aver
1 this week and every night the com
pany ami splendid plays seem to grow
i in favor. The Manlmtten Flayers are In
every respect the finest slock com-
I pnny seen hero*bouts In years To
j. night the player* will offer their Ire
. mendous testure play "Branded" In
which the author (mils a spade u
. spade in order to adequately drive
home his moral lesson. Tonight only. (
(o children under sixteen will he ad
mitted to the Opera House. Saturday
. afternoon at 2.30 there will he n gala
• matinee. An exceptionally pleasing
'four act comedy drama, "The Fatal
Wedding" will ho produced. Grown
< ups and children alike will find much
> |to please and amuse In "The Fata!
' Wedding." Saturday night the hllari
ous farce comedy "The Bride Said No"
'• will he presented. In addition to this
' splendid laughing bucciws there will
film some exceptional vaudeville fea
tures introduced during the ploy and
• batwean the act*. Everybody mostly
■ j will want to see these fine ploys ami
II players nod It will be well to cull Mr.
i-J Osborns' bv phone for reserved seals.
The Manhattan Flayer* go from here
• to Frederick to fullfll their nnnual eo
ll gagetmmt at Hie City Opera House.
" •.(■--*
-j HE A RICH INN
■j Beard's Inn, is the name of the
"new and ap-to-th-mtnut Eating
I Restaurant that is to be opened In
'■the room recently occupied by the
!l Maryland Bunch room, near the Rail
road The room will he remodeled and
hnnde utlrnctive for the business. Mr.
t- 1 John llearri. the pronUctnr. will-serve
-a menu In the AmAkticun style of
r
| MR. AND Mlts. JOHN i. KBIT/, 4
FNTKKTAIN
A most delightful day was spent at
[the home of Mr. und Mr. John I.
ijTotlU, East Federal afreet, Baltimore.
• Sunday, November 20. The ihiy wan
[■spent In music and social conversa
tlon. At the dinner hour all were In
vited to the dining room where a sump I
■ (nous reuasl had been prepared, con 1
Blstlng of all the good things of the I
season In which all moat heartily n
Joyed In the afternoon alt were en-1
[tertalneJ with some excellent mtlaic
(with Mi## Viola, at the piano. accom
panied hv the Mu##™. Albert Hollo
way with saxophone. Clarence lleeh
!|<t and Carroll J, Myer#, with violins
and Bohlue Imti* with trombone,
j which all enjoyed very much. Those
| present were Mr, and Mrs. John D.
1 Foots, Mr. and Mra. David F. Myera. o
Bachman’# Valley; Mr. and Mra. John:
K. William*, aon and'dauanter. Dorn-
Uhy and Harry, of Relaleratown; Mr
und Mra. J. Hop 1 ** Font* and daugh
ters. Hattel and Antihunt- Rebecca. of
1 Baltimore: Misses Viola and Ruth
Fouls. Meaara. Harry 8 and Jaocb
; Fonts, C Edward UUIe. Carroll J. j
.Myera. Albert Holloway, Clarence I
1 Heehler. Stewart Mver# and Bobble
Downs. The hour for departure came
too anon when all left for their home*
which were far and near after.
| thanking Mr and Mra. Font* for their*
. findaer* and hospitality shown, and
expressing themselves a* having spent
a moat dr Halil fill day.
ENTERTAINED BY MR AM MRS.
Jtlil\ I WILM AM*
A verv pleasant May was apcnl t ’
if he home of Mr. and Mra. John K
Vllllsms HciateratiiWn, Sunday. No- ’
■ ventbsr lit The day wa* apeot In so
cial chat and egcallent muatc on the
ivdlnon phonograph, both vocal and
instrumental were colored hv all. and
! nl*o Mima of Mfsa l-eeta Corfler’a fine :
>eleMtons. which were *0 perfect
that yon would think the human voice
iIM wa there We centaialy give
the Kdtson alt the praise tetter all
were Invited to the dining room where
a sumptiiot.;* dinner had been pre
pared to which all did ample Justice
.Thorn* present were Mr, and Mr*
foltn K Williams, My. and Mra. tun id
F Myera. Mr. and Mr* Charles Wll-
I llama. Mia DorrdlM William*. Meaara
'Cnrroll J Mvera, ft Edward l.tttte
i Stewart W Mvera ahd Master Harry
Font* William# loiter all left for IheD
homes thanking Mr, and Mrs. \Ml
|Hams for their kindness and good
■ ti.ne * peel with tb*m and tra ting
to meet tmtk
A HIHIII> % V HI BPRIHE PARTI
A verv delightful surprl'e party
waa given at the home of Ch. Tay
lor la honor of Mr* Kilt*belli Tsylor’s
forty seventh birthday. The surprise
was comrdetf At eight o’clock Mon
day night a number of her ralatlvea
and friends rushed in her home and
surprised her. whit* at the sewing
machine alnglng
The evening being unfavorable, al
though there was a large crowd pre*
ent. waa spent In playing games
of c., r p, g kind* Music and
singing were enjoyed hy all Kven the
marued folkh seemed to eJny play-.
' log the games After a late hour all
were Invited to the dining room where
refreshments ware served In ahun
•l.inc A table was laden with eetv
thing that wa* pltytaing to the eye,
vp It be Cl vain Cskes. • alidlea.
fruit of various kinds, nuts. etc.
Then all returning to their home*
wishing Mrs Taylor many more hap
py hlrthdav*. Those present were Mr
and Mrs Chas Taylor, Mr and Mr*
Jacob Hour k, Mr and Mra I'. I las Tay- (
lor. Mr nnd Mrs. Chas McMillan, Mrs.
[Nina Stunner. Mr and Mr*. Howard
Taylor. Mra Nalll# Hhaner, Mr. and
Mra Vernon Abbott, Mr and Mra. Os
born# Snvder. Mr. and Mrs. ’Huasell
Dell, Mr and Mrs August Weaver,
Misses Mv-rtia dimmer. Helen Knight,
i-oretla (thnmer. Imliue Hhamer. 1111-’
da Weaver. Iluxcl Tavlor, Kdnn Tay- i
lor. Marv McMillan. Kvelyn McMHlnn
i.eoda Hnvder, Nadine Hhamcr. Mnu
Dell, Myrtle and Jeane Abbott. Messrs.
Dewey Miller, (iarland Simmer, Clar-i
ence Weayer. Bussell dimmer. Ches
ter McMillan, Alton Tavlor, Arthur
Weaver. Imster Houck, Mitchell and
Frank Wagner. Stanley McMillan.
Batter Fvnnb. Sterling Whitmore. Em
arson nnd Kenneth Hhamer.
Wi- —1 1
PABKMVTK KHMt \HSIM IATION
T MEET
A meeting of the Weatmlnster Far
ent-Teacher Assoc Inthut will he held
in the high school building on Mon
day night. December S. beginning at
7.3 p. m.
The committee has made special ef-j
forts to provide an interesting pro- ]
i gram, MIS* Idtla Lee Tall, principal
of the Marv feed State Normal HcMoo). j
! will be present and address the As
social ion Among the musical featorew
II of the evening will he a chorus by
the girls of the High School under the
, direction of Miss Johnson.
1) Frol. I'nger. County Superintendent,
of Schools, will discuss some of the
Items of the Annual Report for the
schools o\ Carroll County. Thl# fea
ilttra of the program should he of in
terest to nil who are concerned l the
. progress and welfare of th> schools
r of our county. Members of the nsso
-1 elation are urged to be present and to
. tiring as many of their friends as po
, I slide.
! ***■•"
We don’t mind supporting the gav
■ eminent, hut we think the government
1 should leave u enough to support
ours o l vos.—-Columlda Record,
'yeggs at taneytown
GIVE UP ATTEMPT TO BLOW TANEYTOWN
> I
SAVINGS BANK VAULT AFTER DIGGING
;| TO RAILROAD RAILS-TO PROMINENT
WEDDIN6S--OTKER NEWS.
One. of the social events of the aaa-.j
son was the wedding on Thanksgiving ;
at 2 o’clock of Miss Clara Mary, only i
daughter of Mr. and Mr#. Chas R. j
Hoekenamlth, to Mr. Howard Clifton I
Hoop, son of Mr. sad Mrs. John H ;
Roup, of New Windsor. The ceremony ;
* performed hy the pastor of the
bride, Hev. I. H, Hafer. In Trinity)
l.ufbt-run Church. The church was;
tilled to If* lapacity with Interested
friends in spite of the inclement
weather. The ring ceremony lining •
used. The Church was tastefully dec ,
orated with pine sad autumn leaves i
under (he skillful directions of Mrs. |
' Corn Stmiffer, florist, of New Wind- j
,*or. The bride looked (harming in a
gown of rich while satin. Dimmed in
4 parts. Hr tulle veil was arranged ]
I with a crown of orange blossom# and j
carried a shower of white rose bud* 1
Mra. Barle Hnrshman, of Waynesboro,
was matron of honor and wore a while •
georgette gown over pink, a black pic |
lure hat and curried white chrysan
themum*. The bridesmaid was MUs {
Hulhellen Myers, of I'nlontown. and 1
was gowned ill light blue crepe dc
.chine with black picture hat and car
'rll yellow chryaanihemums. Uttb
Ml** Virginia Bower. <*f thla place
nelc* of the groom, waa Bower gtrl {
nod wore a d*ln% dreOa of pink or-:
gandy and eayfled a ta*ki of roae;
bud# Mr. Karte Harsbmsn. of Way-1
nclioro. war. lieat man. and Mr, fteo
; Devilhto# of New Windsor, waa
groomsman The usher* were Robert
Manat, of Blue Ridge College. C, Kd
r XtM fcensmith. hmlber of the bride
is>y K lies* and Norman K Haitble
After the ceremony a reception w
held at the home of the bride after;
whhh thev left on a trip to Norfolk.,
Va , and Washington. D. C.. and up->n
ibeir return thev will re.lde In New
Windsor where they have a new bon- j
ealow already luralslsed awaiting
them Mrs Hoop I* a grndnata at Blue j
li dge College snd baa liven a public
school teacher of the past several
yeaiw. Thev have the best wtsbea of a i
host of friends for a happy snd pros
peroeig life. .H.- , !
The bow* of Mr. and Mr#, Rlrnte]
ohter nrnr town was Hie scene of a j
pretty wedding on Thanksgiving even-'
in* at JUt when their oldest daughter }
two ante the bride of Mr’Clyde W Rif
He. oldest son of Mr, Cba* Riffle. The
ceremuav wa* performed by the
bride’s uaslor, Key. f.. It Hsfer. Miss j
10 V. Oilier, sister Of the hrldc, was
maid of honor, and was gowned in:
peach nnd ellrar satin Mt I#nelh
Riffle. #l#l#r of Hie groom, snd Mis*
Marguerite A Btaley were bride*-j
ms ids. snd wore sown* of old rose]
1 rep*, de chine, and all carried white
chrysanthemums. Two little cousins t
of the bride, Mieses Charlotte and
Orplia King, were flower glrhi Tile
bride was Klren in mrrlv<- by ho.
grandfather, Mr Frank K4n*. The best |
man was Mr. C. Kdgar King, cousin
of the bride The wedding march was;
played hv Mr*. Clarence Klur, and j
.Mrs D Av Btnulfrr sang "Oh l’r..mlse
Me." Itefore the ceremony, The bride*
gown wa* ot white satin with silver
trimming* nnd wore a veil arranged
wHh orange htoMoms. After Hie cere-:
mony a reception waa held They will
reside at the home of the bride until
spring after which they will reside In
their new bungalow In IdtHeslown.
Mrs i.uv Durand, of Washington. I(
spent Thanksglrlng with her moth
er, Mrs. Mary Crapwler,
Misses Bliss R Hlrnie and Kllsabeth
Annan, Waahlngton. D. C.. swnt the
Thanksgiving holldsv* with their'
home folks.
MT Kura l.a*vyer. of Hver Run, 1
spent the week's end with Meaara, Da
vid Bachman and wife and Kli M. Out
terer and wife
Mrs, Winaet, of Huntingdon. Fa., re
turned home Monday after spending :
some time with her aunt, Mr* Martha ;
Frtnaer. who is on the sick list,
i Joel ’/utdlvor und FMw llclenvuer.
the former of Baltimore nnd the later;
of Blue Ridge College, were week’*
end guests of Norval Shoemaker, Jr
Both are natives’ of Cuba.
Misses Mildred snd Katharine Bren
die spent the week’s end In Hanover 1
Mr, and Mrs Milton Kessler, of j
Hagerstown, were the guest# of Mr j
und Mr*. H C. Brendle. one day lust j
Miss Brace nutters, of York, spent
the week's end with her sister, Mra.
H, C. Brendle.
Mrs. D W. Shoemaker spent from
Wednesday last until Tuesday of thD.
week in Haskell. N, J., und New York
Our town was visited hy thieve*
uvula. t,nte Monday night or early |
Tuesday morning nn unsuccessful t-,
tempt wa# made to rob the Taney- j
town Saving# Bank. The thiaves en
lored through the lot of the residence j
■(of Mr Hurry Older, formerly Hie I
* Brining Drug store property, by lar-|
' ing off some puling# and started to
*aw the Iron bur# in the rear window
’ of the hank. They sawed three bar*
‘ about 'half off and then spying the
1 smirtf entrance to the cellar fn the
rear nearby, abandoned the window.
' removed the cellar door, and under
" life wooden door wa# an iron gratlßp:
They removed that and entered thru
Hip cellar. Closed the door between
- the office and the counting room. r,o
t that their movements would not be
!. .en tnun the Main street; and pro
cceded their work of trying to gain en
-1
1
I I trance to the digging away
I a (urge hole in the brickwork. Dm*
when llml wax completed to their
consternation they encountered rail
J road rails running both ways forming
Ii tiny blocks, and whether they were;
j frightened away, or whether they be
came discouraged, no one knows, but
i I they left-the work unfinished end;
[beat ft, leaving several picks, a crow;
har, n pine wrench, wire with • fuse
■ at one end and an attachment for at- \
j lat hing to the electric light and l
two wet blankets behind. The;
I attempt was first discovered by I
j the Janitor, John W. Htouffer. when he!
.! weal to the bank at an early hour to:
; make the lire. He in turn notified the!
I’resldont. Mr, I). J. Hesson. and Mr. i
W. A, Bower. flank detectives are I
I wot king on the case. The thieves alsb
I cut the telephone wire. '
Mr. John W. Kiser died at bis home
I In Hanover on Saturday, from a com
p I teal ion of troubles, having been 111
; from Monday. The funeral was held .
(rti Tuesday in Hanover. Inteunent be 1
Ing In Grace Reformed cemetery here
- H Hi survived by hls second wife,
i who was MUs Mary Atthouse, of this;
j place, and one daughter. Miss Edna,
I by this marriage, and two sons and
|two, daughters, by a former marriage,
Husss-1), ’of Hagerstown: Earle, and
Mrs. David Kbmen and Miss Maggie,
of Hprioafltvld, Ohio, and one alsler.
Mrs. Aaron Bents, of Hall (more. Mr
Kiser was well known here. He was!
Hblef of Polish, of Hanover, for live
jyears. He was in his (Mth year. '
Mr, Geo. Kemper, wife and (laugh
ter, Violet, of near KmmlUbur*. Mrs ‘
j Mary Stover, snd dsushter, Mrs. larah
I Koontx and son. Paul, spent Thanks-1
giving day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Crouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wampler and
son, Aituw, Jr,, of Westminster, and
Mr and Mrs Jerry OverholUer, of
Taneytown spent Bat unlay with Mr. 1
• and Mrs. Frank Crouse
Mrs, Marv Hockensmlth. of near j
Emmlisbnrg. is the guest of her son.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hockensmlth
Mr. and Mrs John O. Crapster and i
son, Hotter, spent Thanksgiving in ‘
Italtlmore. Mrs. Crapster and son re-!
malned.
Miss Marion Miller, of Hagerstown,
and .Mr, sod Mrs. Lnwmnce O Mur
j phy, of italtlmore, spent Thanksgiving ;
with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. 11, ;
,11 Miller
I Messrs John. K O. end B M. Dut
terer left Sunday noon for Vlrglnls to (
attend the funeral of the former's,
'brother, Jacob Dotterer, who died
ditite suddenly <>n Thsnksgtvlng day
.1 heart failure Cp to present writing
the trio of Itutterer's hav* not been !
, beard from. > }
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Mils. W Utl GIVEN 1.l M HMtS
A delightful luncheon was given the
ladles of the Woman a Club at Hie res
tdee.ee of Mr* V A Ward. Tuesday
November .S 3, beginning at 1 o'clock.;
I Covers were spread for 23 persons.
Mrs Henderson, of Baltimore, presl
■dent of the Slate Federation of Worn
an's Clubs, and Mrs. Buchner, also of |
JlalUmnre. were guesls of Hie club (or j
i ie occasion. Mrs. T. W. Mather and
Mrs. Knanp. former members, were
also guests. Mrs. Alhaugh president
of the club. In a very entertaining and
pleasing manner, introduced Mrs. San
derson. who addressed the ladles in a .
very encouraging and Inspiring short
address. Mrs. Wants, secretary of the
club. Introduced Mrs. Buchner. Mr*.
-Wants told a few of the very many |
things Mrs. Buchner had done to help:
on the educational advance In thSbi
state Mrs Buchner preferred not to;
make an address but told some ol her .
: experience* In a story letllug fashion,
which was most pleasing. Mrs. Elder
dice. a former president was then ask-J
|cd to give a short history of the life
of the club which she did beginning at i
its Idrth. taking H through Infancy j
isnrt childhood up to the present lime
Hhe spoke very beautifully of the (or- 1
mer presidents and of the members j
who have gone from oor community tty j
other sections of the country, of the j
inspitßtloß and help their examples
had been to the club and the town
Mrs. Klderdlce was pleasing Indeed In
,h#r rc'.-itnlacsnsea end occasionally
f very touching In her tribute to obi
friends. Mrs. George Mslher spoke of
i the occasion, of the hostess and of the
| youßf ladles who so bcutlHfullv serv-i
led the luncheon Mrs. T. W. Malher
j and Mra. Knapp made very brief after- j
, dinner soeecbes. At 5.30 o'clock the
'ladies roae from the tablet* after a,
most delightful time Mrs. Ward Is a j
churning hostess anil her home was
beautifully decorated In green anil
j yellow chrysanthemums.
( iv if i.eagi e meeting
The November meeting of the Won\-
one Civic League was well attended
and some very interesting topics were |
1 discussed The 1 .adieu met at the real-'
jdence of Mra. J. 8. Myers. November;
17, and after the routine business was j
j disposed of mainly reports of com
mittees- Miss Rachel Everett outlined
, the plans for the county exhibit to he
held this week, and also the proposed i
, plans for community work through- j
tut the county* thl* community actlvl-
Ity appealed very strongly hi the mem-;
‘: ben of the League, and mi*t of the:
' 1 members expressed themselves to tie i
noxious In see all the nelghitorhoods
'jin the county associated In home eeon
| early in the New Year, the exact dates
1 j to he announced later.
The League piny will be presented
' mules, nubile amusements, hygiene,
! ;* ,c>
i The long-prbmlsed relief from the
i tax burden la in sight. The Senate has
i' Jilst voted to reduce the lux on chew
■ Ing-gtim from :i per cent, to 2 per
- cent—Nashville Southern Lumber
■ man. \g
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V0L.58.~N0.24
THE COUNTY EXHIBIT
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THE APPLE DISPLAY MISSIN6—CANNED
GOODS SHOW SMALL.
■ V
i The Fourth Annual County Exhibit
was opened to the public Tuesday night
' with more exhibits In place than any
'one of the previous shows. The woman's
section contains tho majority of the
exhibits. The color which heretofore
seen In the men's section due to tin
large apple exhibits la missed this year.
The quilts, (comforts and coverlids
make a colorful display over the bal
'Ciy. These useful articles of a past
art are not being made In the present
day because we have not the Jime or
patience. The fancy work section )
: lull to over (low ing and too varied to
| make much comment on. The canned
: goods section also suffered from Un
usual large selection of canned fruit
due to the .scarcity of fruits this year.
The baked gooda exhibit, especially
thread hbi! rolls, was not as large as
It might have. Iteen. There is a fine ex
hibit of cakes The cindy exhibit Is
tthe Isrgeat wc have ever had and tt
made u Of a variety of candies which
‘was placed on sale Wednesday night
to help nav the expenses of the show.
The educational and commercial
;booths along each side are very at
-1 v arranged and decorated.
They all deserve the patronage of ev
eryone attending the exhibit.
The opening program was well at
tended bv ton people anti folks from
the surrounding community. The
weather was cold and wet with bad
roads and prevented many from at
tending. Ur. Klderdlce gave the in
vocation and Ur. Norman Ward, pres
‘blent of Western Maryland College,
expressed his desire for closer fellow
ship between the people of the city
and college Hr Ward had to leave be
; cause of another engagement. Dr. Kl
derdlce introduced Rev Wnlck who
gave a verv Inspiring address on "Liv
ing Monuments." He chose a very fit-'
tins text and bundled it in such s wsy
that hls audience was always waiting
jfor bis next sentence The theme of
>hl talk was ihe boys and girls, the
| young men anil young women of oor
down and neighborhood who should
Hie 'Living Memorials'' to those who
made the supreme sacrifice in the
world war. and those who fought and
returned A community House with a
library, reading room. auditorium,
swimming pool, etc., should be the
(means of deveioptn* lh% young people
'of our civ Into living memorials.
This address was followed by s gen
eral discussion from the floor Every
body seemed to catch the spirit of Rev.
WelchV address. It Is hoped that this
spirit will not die out but continue
burning brighter until we have not
only a dream hot a beautiful Commun
ity House somewhere in Westminster.
Music was rendered by Mr. I’hlllo
Royer, who played two violin solos.
A mixed quartette compos Mis*
Emily Richmond. Miss Florence John
son. Mr I’earre Warn* and Mr, Kd
.win WVt ‘ lw 'i selectloxpt
I I- (OBLEYTE ELECTED NK.
FORMED KKIYIOY HEAD
j I’lsns for the annual Reformed
church reunion to n held at Pen
|Mar t>n Thursday. July 30. 122. were
j*made Tuesday at a meeting held In
York, I’n. The custom of a reunion
iof church members In Maryland. Vir
ginia. West Virginia and Pennsylvan
la at the mountain resort has beetf
i followed for years? At Wednesday's
meeting. coiAmittee* on program,
transportation and publicity were
'named to arrange fur details of the rc
i union.
officers of the association were also
chosen as follows; President, K L.
jf'ohlentg Frederick; vice-president,
'Ephraim Common, Washington. D. C.;
secretary, Paul C. Schmlnke, York,
Pa.: treasurer. Hamas) Brenner, of
Merhantcsbarg, Pa.
Hoard of lilreetors: Harry B. Bair,
of Hanover. Pa ; t'bas. K. Helnlxel
man. of Chamberaburg, Pa.; Rev. J. '
I* Barnhart, of Baltimore; Wm. C.
Illrely, of Frederick; H. K. Weaver,
id (iettyaburg. Pa ; Rev. C. H. Hank,
I Harrisburg, IV; Harry Brlndte, Hag
erstown. and Rev. Paul D, Yoder, of
- Westminster. ■
till E 1> HI WERI.AND AT THE
ARMORY SATI KDAY NIGHT.
At the armory on Saturday evening.
December 3, the closing night of the
j county exhibit, there wilt he shown
the wonderful moving picture "Alice
lit Hungerland." This picture was
;tnude by representatives of the Near
East Relief organisation last suni
| mer and '’eplcts things exactly as they
• exist In southeast Russia, Syria, Ar
menia and Palestine.
| The picture is made up In story
form, the title being suggested by the
well known fairy land tale of similar
name. A native Armenian girl of about
fourteen wm found by the committee
| and trained to take the part of Alice.
Site la shown going about among tho
•suffere-s, orphans and othera reliev
ing the destitute wherever possible.
It is a thrilling picture and every
one who possibly can should see It.
All <<>untv exhibit Reason tickets will
Ite good for this, or single aif mission
16 cents. An opportunity will be given
Carroll county folks to aid out of their
abundance these needy ones.
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ii A wife has been lined |5 lor whip
ping her husband on the street. Now
' j that a schedule of prices has been ar
ranged. msv we not expect a'serleuf—
,Now.Xork Morning Telegraph.
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