Draft Board No. 2 Ivan Lee Wise 1942

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Draft Board No. 2 Ivan Lee Wise 1942 - TWELVM THE NEWS, FREDERICK, MD., THURSDAY,...
TWELVM THE NEWS, FREDERICK, MD., THURSDAY, APRIL 9, In Navy Now Questionnaires Are Mailed By Hoards 1,2 Continuing the practice of sending out fifty questionnaires a d»y to new refixtrantf, local Draft Board One today is mailinf ques- ionoaires to the following who have order numbers from 10151 to 10300 inclusive: Russell Philip Esterly. 232 West Fifth street: Austin Henry McDevitt Lee Place: Ruben Mylo Stockman. Frederick, Route 4: Paul Edward Remsburg, Middletown. Route 1: Grayson Horace Sines, Braddock Heights; John Charles Kolb. Jr., 47 East Fifth street: Clarence Clarendon Carty. 54 East Patrick street: Oscar Trafford Gladhill. 12 West 13th street; Wilhelm Schierholz. Petersville: Ernest Hel- fensiein, J r , 18 East Second street Martin Leandrew Benner, 207 l»Iajpi« aveuac, Probcrt Wocxiforc! Grady. 920 North Market street; Emory Bell Shipley, Jr., 129 West Patrick street; Charles Wesley Davis, 24 East street; Walter Stanley Andrews, 13 East Sixth street; William Edward Crummitt, Frederick. Route 1; George Wesley Strickler, 107 Dayton avenue, Brunswick: Ralph Waldo Emerson Shober. 1029 North Market street; Roy Walter Long. 22 South Virginia avenue, Brunswick; Lewis Arthur Young, colored. Pleasant View Ernest Eugene Ross, colored, Frederick, Route 1: Earl Maurice Best, Linden Hills,' Charles Thomas Keith, Jr., 140 B. and O. avenue: Ralph Eliot Cecil, 303 West Seventh street; Ross Eugene Werking, 204 North Delaware avenue. Brunswick; George William Stultz, Braddock Heights; William Elmer Blank. Jr.. near Feagaville; William Harvey Deter, Walkersville: Harry George Shafer. Burkittsville; Harold E. Sta?sen, above, 34- George Markell Chapline, Jr., Brad- year-old Governor ol Minnesota. is shown in Chicago as he reported at Great Lakes Naval T r a i n i n g Station for 30 days of i n s t r u c t i o n as a l i e u t e n a n t commander in the U. S. Naval Reserve. Slasscn, called the country's youngest Governor, w i l l be on inactive d u t y until he finishes with state a f f a i r s dock Heights Marshall Otis Green, 226 East Patrick street: William Merval Weaver. 117 West Second street; Thomas Melvin Tucker, Jefferson. Parker Brook Carter, Knoxville; Ian Ross MacFarlane. Braddock Heights: John Jasper Brown, colored. 121 Ice street, Garfleld Roosevelt Hoy. colored, 12 West Sixth street: Rene Xavier Gibo. 202 East Church street: Albert Hanssen Hn- thicum, 132 East Fifth siret: John Thomas Arnold, Brookville: Lloyd Roosevelt Hammond, colored, 17 East Sixth street Raymond William Jones, colored 412 Middle alley: Gilmore Archibald Benchley. colored, 151-West All Saints street; George Henry Babington, Brunswick; Harold Richard Lydard, 401 West South street; Lester Alfred Rollins. Frederick. Route 2; Orion Jacob Virts, 709 East Potomac street. Bruns- wy:k; John Frederick Imirie, Rosemont avenue: George Millard Derr, Middletown; Charles.Melvin Wilk- erscn. colored. 412 Middle alley. Board Two Names Draft Board No. 2 mailed out Wednesday, questionnaires on order numbers 10101-10150. as follows: boro; William Guy Molcsworth, Route 2 Frederick: Cloyd Walter Seiss, Eyler's Valley, Guy Jesse Lcatherwood. Mt Airy; Monroe Free, near Rocky Springs; Jesse Milton Winfleld. GaiTield, Alvic Steiner Harbaugh, near New Midway; Guy Franklin Staub. near Hansonville; Howard F r a n k l i n Carty, Catoctin Furnace; Charles Edward Springer, near E m m i t s b u i g , Elmer Grant Wolfe. Lcwistown; Carlton Frank , Catlin. Union Bridge, Joseph Henry Pcott, Emmitsburg: Hcrbcy Clifford Eyler, Union Bridge, Ivan Lee Wise, Wolfsville, Carl A b r a h a m Boiler, Jr., Woodsboro, Charles Webster Lease. Libertytown. John Jacob Wilcom, near Urbana: Steiner Curtis Gosnell, Thurmont. Jay Clarence Long. Emmitsburg, Clamon Glen- Wood Crampton, New Market; Wilbur Luther Grossnickle, near De- Clarence Edward Fogle, Woods- ' tour. Bernard Thomas Kcefer, Key- mar; Marshall Kelvin Brandenburg, Mytrtville. Ira Eldred Blentllng«r, near New Market: Kenneth Cuyler Caihour, weit of Mt. Airy; John Caivln Rice, Woodsboro; William Glenn Eccard, Smith«burR- Charlr-= William K n n x Emnutsburg; Frank Alien Gardner, Prospect: Arnold Leo Angell, Rocky Ridge; Maurice Orville Reed, Blue Mountain: Herbert Leroy Renner, Creagerstown: Henry Ward Smith, Woodsboro; Truman Lycurgus Hiltabridle. LeGore; James Henry Fisher, Park Mills; George Robert Zimmerman, near Bethel. Claude Leroy Smith, LeGore; Luther Hoffman Martin. Lewistown; Edgar Eugene Wilson, Mt Airy; John William Engle, near New Midway; John Grayson Wiles, near Lewistown; Harry Clayton Warren. west of Sabillasville; Glenn Barley, Myersville; Louis Eugene Warthen, Emmitsburg; Elmer Franklin Shepley. Myersville; John Lawson Bussard, Myersville; Harry Llewellyn Naylor, State Sanitarium; Reno Warren Lin ton, north of Lewis* town; Roicoe Charles Hartiock, Myenville. New Windsor »A W n d - o - -- M r a-.-i Mr" Charles Buckingham, duaghter Glenda, John Buckingham, all of Baltimore, spent several days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jes.«« Buckingham, near New Windsor. Mrs. John Buckingham and daughter Wanda Lee returned home with her husband after spending three weeks at the Buckingham home. --Mrs. Henry Fogle and grandson. Union Brid-ge; Mr. and Mrs Harry Fogle, Westminster; Mrs. Rosa Poole and Mrs. Lillie Smith, New London, Frederick county, left on Friday night for Camp Wheeler, Georgia, to visit the former's son, Wilbur Fogle. --Mrs. Harry Lambert, daughter Helen, Mrs. William Lambert and Mrs. Edward Steinberg, daughter Teresa ?pent a pleasant day recent- ly with Mrs. JeMe Buckingham, New Windsor. Foxville Foxville.--Mount Morlah Lutheran church--Sunday y^nool Sur, day morning at 9.30: Holy Communion service* April 12 at 10.30 a. m. Pastor, Rev. Donald Stone- lifer. --Many persons from this section attended the Easter pageant which was held at the Lutheran church, Smithfburg, on Sunday evening (Advertisement) Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH. » pleasant tlkahne (non-acid) powder, hold* false teeth mi^re firmly To eat and talk in mor» comfort, just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No «ummv gooey, pasty U»te or feeline. Checks "plate o«lor." (denture breathj. Get FASTEETH at any Sru« atore SAFEWAY v__ * N U M I E R It * Three old reliable meat dishes'made exciting tender and met if Inside information on oranges if How 3 very simple ways to glorify old reliable cuts of meat They come from Safeway'i Homemakers' Bureau It's amazing how simple it is to glam- ourize those old reliable, supposedly ordinary cuts of meat -- give them an appetizingly new appeal. Of course, you can't expect them to resemble the meat courses on the 810 dinners at the Ritz, but they will be just as nutritious (practically all meats arc equally rich in proteins, minerals, and vitamins)-- and they can be made really enticing. See how the Homemakers' Bureau has glorified these. CHICKEN FRIED STEAK With milk gravy, of course 3 I hips shortening 1 cup water 1H Ibs. round strak cut 'f-inch thick 1 tsp salt Gut steak into generous pieces for serv« Safeway meats are to be tender and -they save you And if any cut of Safcway meat tender and juicy at you expected, will gbdly refund your money. Chuck Beef . . Round and Sirloin Red Jacket Ground Meaty Veal Chops Legs Lamb . Shoulder Lamb Chops Pork Loin «.-. °.»- Smoked Hams »

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  1. The News,
  2. 09 Apr 1942, Thu,
  3. Page 12

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