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Friends School Dover District Theisen to Broadcast Races For Christina Center (Continued From Face One) Harford Teaching Changes Announced HAVRE DE GRACE, June 12 (Special). The Board of Education for Harford County reports the following resignations and appoint Planning Parley At Harrington Vincent A. Theisen, chairman of the business division of the Chris ceive full pay and allowances dur ing the cruise. Capt. Hudson D.

Dravo, U. S. N. said he has received the cooperation of several local employers in granting two-week leaves of absence to members of the local battalion while they are on the cruises. This will be in addition to their two-week vacations, he said.

Graduates 33 Seniors Are Warned By Pastor That Practicality Street, it was disclosed at the meeting. About 150 former Navy men turned out for the meeting and heard Commander T. K. Dunstan of the Fourth Naval District describe the program of organization. Commander Dunstan told the men that two-week cruises will be taken to foreign ports as part of the training program and the crews will re Georgetown and Indian River when he was vaulting to fame in 1944.

He has been stakes winner this una (jommumty uenter campaign owned Christiana StaWe'was fourth and last in the small field. The Stanton oval resumed activity In brisk fashion as 13,484 customers wagered $1,075,733. Yesterday's Results FIRST RACE Purse maidens; special weights; 3-year-olds; 6 furlongs: Red Stamp, 115 (Erickson) $8.30 $5.20 $3.80 Grand Actress, 115 (C. Kirk) 15.30 11.20 Cat Luck, 115 HowelI 7.00 Time 1:12. Miss Brodwood, Oceania, Sarales I'm O'Sullivan.

Spain's Armada, Escort, Cyper. Sissie Web. The Conga, All's Over and Miss Sonia also ran. Field. HARRINGTON, June 12 (Spe cial).

The Rev. Dr. Thomas C. ments of teachers for the ensuing committee, will speak on the ob-pectives of the center and of its Mulligan, superintendent of the year: must Implement Ideals drive for $250,000 over station WDEL year. Since an apprentice allowance has been claimed for Rouge Dragon he may be ridden by M.

Fife, who guided him when he was beaten in the recent Appleton Stee at 7:30 o'clock this evening. Dover District of the Peninsula Conference, met with ministers and lay delegates of the district in As- Friends School graduates at their Resignations Mrs. Clara R. Richardson, principal of Magnolia school; Mrs. Mary J.

Tedrow and Mrs. Ruth Calhoun, Edgewood school; Mrs. Onedia B. Henslev and Mr. Theisen, who is chief deputy commencement exercises in Friends Meetine House.

Fourth and West attorney general of Delaware and a volunteer leader at Christina bury Church here last night to out 'Pottw HS BAY SECOND Purse claiming; 4-year-olds and up; 6 furlongs: Tumble Boy, 126 (Walter) $9.50 $4.70 $3.30 Mrs. Romona Z. Frost. Cltf Pnit Streets this morning were warned Community Center, will discuss the plechase Handicap at Belmont Park. Boojum II must not be the horse he used to be because he was not line the work for the new conference year.

tnat the highest ideals will be of no differences between the boys and Road High School; Miss Virginia ciiance Bras. 119 (Lulloi 9.50 7.20 Fan Fan, 114 (Bauer) 5.00 Brinsneld and Mrs. Rnt.h Hainor Dr. Mulligan entertained all at young men he sees in court and those with whom he works at the nominated for Delaware Park Time 1:12 1-5. Day, Sir Echo, Top ADeroeen Mign School; Miss W.

Mae Schanz, orincioal of dinner, served by the Woman's So stakes. However, he has speed and East Side youth community. school; Mrs. Henrietta Enfield Mc use unless those who hold the ideals have some practical method of achieving them. This message was given the graduates by the Rev.

Dr. T. Guthrie Speers, pastor of the Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, he has raced well over this course Money, ajames Acre, Eternal Peace, aBal-mand. Inducted, Partido. Problem Child, Easy Chair and 'Tap Lightly also ran.

A. Massimiano-C. Cross entry. Field. ciety of Christian.

Service of the church. Donald, Miss Rachel Galbreath, Beneksar was a surprise second airs. iwelvn N. Mcintosh and P. s.

duPont III, campaign chairman, expressed his gratitude and that of the entire committee this morning, to the Wilmington Drama League for the performance of "Boy Miss Janice Sharp of Houston in the recent Meadow Brook Steeple txlna P. Caskev. Bel Air Hisrh THIRD Purse claiming; steeple- spent the week-end with her uncle cnase. -year-oias ana up: about 2 miles School; Miss Mary H. Wright.

James chase Handicap at Belmont Park aDrintown, 138 (Magee) $7.70 $3.80. $2.60 Frederic II, 140 (Malent 3.40 2.40 McQueen. Mrs. Elizabeth Pvle. and Meets Girl" which the league pre and aunt, Mr.

and Mrs. W. W. "Unless you choose the right road. If he can repeat that race he will Mrs.

Rubv C. Merrvman. larrettx. sented last night for the benefit of you will never achieve vour ideal Sharp. be a very daneerous horse todav Strawride, 142 (Marzan) 3.80 Time 3:52 4-5.

Sir Bluesteel. On the Cuff, War Port, aHimmel and Phalanger the campaign. Regular perform ur. capeers pointed out xviia. xmiva.

xi. nooitins. JJU Dim ville; Mrs. Belva H. Hopkins.

Dublin John Taylor is spending the week ances of the play are scheduled for We can never achieve a democratic High School; Miss Mary F. Cook v-tl Kn 1 A I tl QTlH X7rtl 1 ana Walter a I so ran. Genancoke, a member of the popular Rokeby Stable, is conditioned by Jack Skinner Genancoke has not raced since last year. Hada Bar end by using undemocratic means. Thursday, Friday and Saturday with Mr.

and Mrs. E. W. Dean and is attending the daily vacation Bible Kohout, Havre de Grace High School: Mrs. Anna Mrs.

E. J. E. Ryan entry. FOURTH Purse $2,500: allowances; 4- ICE CREAM Bonney, Havre de Grace school: school.

year-olds and up; 6 furlongs: Round Trip, 114 may be a trifle over his head, but evenings. Navy Reserve to Obtain FUatM him on fathmr't Day with his favorite Brayrt lem Crmam Miss Ann Elder, Chesapeake school rney ail nave a chance in steeple- Miss Barbara Masten of Balti (Howell) $4.10 $2.90 $2.60 Forever Mine, 114 (Gilbert) 4.00 3.10 xeacners appointed Robert Martin. Latin. Ens-lixn. nhvsiral more spent the week-end with her 115-Foot Minesweeper Navarrese, 114 (Padgett) 3.80 Tim(i 1:12 4-5.

Linza. Poolesville. Hi education, Miss Betsy Clark, fifth mother, Mrs. John Masten. A minesweeper approximately 115 Gus, Hopewell, Snowy River and High Peak also ran.

grade, and Mrs. Flora Mav Stein Mrs. Benjamin Johnson nf ripn. feet long to serve as the escort second CTade. Old Post Road xcnoolr FIFTH Purse claiming: 3-year- Diplomas were presented to the class of 33 members by Alva H.

Lindley, chairman of the board of managers of the school. Miss Dorothy Hoyle, acting principal, presented the class for diplomas. Jones to Return Mr. Lindley said that Wilmot R. Jones, principal of the school, has reached Rome in his survey of school systems in Europe and that Mr.

Jones expects to return home in July. Members of the graduating class axe: ton has been visitinc hpr olds; 6 furlongs (chute): Miss Sarah M. Moffett. junior hieh vessel of the Delaware Battalion, Mrs. R.

E. Raughley. cnases. Bellevue Purse The best race on the fiat today will be the six-furlong Bellevue Purse, sixth event, which attracted seven sprinters in Grade D. Hornbeam, which stepped six furlongs in 1.11 1-5 to win his first start of the year at Delaware Park, may make it two in a row.

His main rival mav be Eauanf- school subjects, John BarkdolL Tintary, 109 1 Padgett) $6.80 $4.00 $2.90 Tettington, 115 (Snelllngst 8.10 4.10 HOW AT YOUR SERVICE Chtdhsju) (B. Sill JkomaA S- XdmA U. S. Naval Reserve will arrive physical education. Miss Leila Arden Lad, 119 (Jemas) 3.20 here in about four weeks and will Fletcher and Smith Marsh, music.

Aberdeen Hisrh Time 1:13. Glmpy Girl. Hawkwood have a permanent crew of five men. Scnooi; Miss Bettv Lee Hillmnn Aress, Diatribe and Broad Daylight also ran. Herds Again Test High sixth grade, and Miss Marita Wil- it was announced last night at the SIXTH Purse $3,500: allowances; 4- lard, fifth grade.

Aberdeen: Miss CENTRE VI LLE. Jim. 12 year-olds and up; 1 1-16 miles: battalion organization meeting in Bonnie Cummings, first grade, Bel RADIO AND PHONOGRAPH repairing (Special). For the third ennwrn. World War 2 Veterans headquarters of the Delaware Red Gallorette, 120 (Jessop) $3.40 $3.30 Out War Trophy.

114 (Clark) 2.40 Out George Case, 120 (Snider) Out tive month the riairv Vierds nf TTipn mous, which after disappointing in some marathon races at Belmont Park, won a six-furlong dash at big odds. Equanimous is a recent arrival from Lone Island. Cross. Air; Mrs. Jane Gent, first grade, Highland; Miss Frances Cox.

sec dore Fletcher and Jennings In addition, a permanent crew of SEVENTH Purse $2,500: allowances; ond grade. Dublin; Miss Frances led Queen Anne's County dairy cows class 3-year-olds; 1 1-16 miles: O. K. Ruby, 117 five men also will staff the battalion's armory, located at the Naval EXPERT WORK IMMEDIATE SERVICE Crockett, Miss Charlotte White, and Miss Marilea Powell, junior hish according to the Queen Anne's County Dairy Herd Imnrovpmpnt Base Annex at the foot of Jackson Jan Yvonne Allen. SpofTord Jay Beadle, diaries Frederick Benzei, Charles Rupert Biggs, Saran Jane Billing, John Walter Boyer, Anne Louise Chapman, Frank Westby Diner, Nancy Thomas HeaJd, Rodger Loveu Holton, Ursula Sophie Keller.

Albert Barnes King, Judith Ru-bidge Koiier. Henry Evans Lackey, Cynthia Jan Lake, Herbert Augustus Lu-bi, Marjorie Ann Luniley, Ann Barber Marston, Georgiana Copley Mc-Soriey. Sarah Leslie Moore, Charlotte Dale Padmore, Charles Frederic PennLman, Edward Marvel Phillips, Charles Carter Renshaw II, Elizabeth Virginia Rheuby, school subjects. Havre rfo a-rnr Association's renort for Mav. ROBELEN'S school; Emerson Keim, Darlington Laie Hand and Calvin Kessler 71 0 MARKET STREET PHONE 6369 The old Delaware Park favorite, Pompion, will be in with Hornbeam and Equanimous.

The company may be Just a trifle too fast for the Wilmington-owned sprinter. Others in the Bellevue are Chance Game, which hasnt started since RED ITCHY SCALY scnooi. were testers. Fletcher's herd averace 1.0fi2 pounds of milk and 52 Dounds of (Hacker) $6.00 $4.20 $3.10 Mibill 114 (Belanger) 7.80 5.20 Chalupa, 112 (Padgett) 3.70 Time 1:48 3-5. Casset, Wee Gray.

Saikik Glow, River Light and Auscultation also ran. EIGHTH Purse allowances; class 4-year-olds and up; 1 1-16 miles: Butler. 120 C. Kirk) $7.10 $4.20 $3.10 Our Boy, 113 (Gilbert) 6.00 3.70 March Chick, 113 (Howell 5.20 Time 1:46 4-5. Wesley A.

Skip Bid, Bounding Bow, Temeru, Cab Sir and Elba-san also ran. Track Fast. mm Young Folks9 Club fat in his 38-cow herd, with one 1944 and will carry the Bobanet a Presiden dry, while Smith's 13-cow herd with two dry, averaged 1,073 pounds of milk and 49.1 nounds of fat. Both fetaDie Danner; smiling Lass, Freddie's Pal, and Panacea. Gallorette Stars Yesterday's feature, The Bridge-ville, proved a tuneup for William L.

Brann's Gallorette, a bright prospect for forthcoming dairymen placed cows at the top of Plans Activities tne ten high cows list. Pioneer Point, the large estate of RLDGELY, June 12 (Spe -ray uixon iies, oeorgeanne Rodgers. Aline Joan Sachs, Sally Schelienger Swan-son, Richard Scott Tyler, Eleanor Frances Woodward, Mary Ellen Woodward. Officers of the class are: President, John Walter Boyer, vice-president, Herbert A. Lubs, secretary, Cynthia J.

Lake, and treasurer, Edward M. Phillips, Jr. Veterans on Platform" Richard Delaplaine McDaniel of the class of 1943, who has been in the Army, and John Biggs III of John J. Raskob, near Centreville, cial). The Youth Club of Ridgely also placed in the ten high cows.

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Save more on 100 tablet size for 35c. nearly 3 tablets for lc CHESTER TOWN, June 12 meeting with the adult advisory (special). At a meetrnz of a com the class of 1945 wno is in Army board scheduled several events for War Trophy been able to press her, the Brann filly might have set a new standard. service, both of whom had Drevionslv mittee from the Men's Club of Christ Methodist Church. Joseph Hall, of the next two weeks.

Frank been mailed their diplomas, were on Back of War Tronhv hv flvp the platform as graduates this morn Kessler of the adult board presided, tne Chestertown High School faculty, was elected scoutmaster to suc lengths was Cedar Farm's George ceed Arthur Coooer. who recently uase, oniy non-eugible for the Sus ing. The graduates received their and it was voted to change the friends informally following the method of operation so that each exercises at the Meeting House. member of the club will serve on Botany '300' Worsted sex. Meeoeo from the Wilmington- resigned.

The club sponsors the troop. Lewin Wheat will continue The alumni luncheon and annual some committee. Committee per meeting followed the ceremonies at sonnel will work in rotation to serve as scout leader until the fall, when he will enter the Univer Gas on Stomach the school. Members of the grad- The group also scheduled business Relieved in 5 minute or double your money back introduced by the senior sponsor, month, prior to the recreational sity of Kentucky, where he has been awarded a fellowship. The troop will be guests at a meeting of the club in the high school assembly hall on June 27.

The local Cub Pack REPAIR AND RECONDITIONING RADIO DEPT. HE. 3RD PHONE 7812 UC rs. our gtoiMch and heartburn, doctors vniailT prescribe Uie fMtt-actln resdiclnea known for jymptotnatfo relief tnedietnM like tham in BU-ana Tablet. a Uth taii.h.

wi will be sponsored this vear bv the Judge George Burton Pearson, announced, with their chaperones, was elected president of the alumni 35 follows: at the business meeting. Other of- June 18, Mrs. Thomas Gaitley and ficers elected were: Vice-president, Mrs- Garey Callahan; June 21, Mrs. Julian Booker; treasurer. John' william Rickards and Mrs.

Albert jury or double your money back on return of bottle First Methodist Church here. Mullin. secretarv. ML tvt. vir- Saulsbury; June 22, Mrs.

William einia Wellford. Binebrink and Mrs. A. C. Dixon Showerproof Topcoats Npw mPTtlhprt if tVi June 25, Lee Covev and Fred committee are Mrs.

Martha Van Spence; june 28, Mrs. Ronald Lane Slim and Flexible irump and Joseph Shaw. OJlu xjlci, aua junea A gift was nresented bv DaniPl Mr- an Mrs. Clarence Wooden. The club now has a roster of 80 Hastings, on behalf of the Alumni Association to Mrs.

Etheleen members. Its officers are: President Lesure Smith tachPr. of iv Dick Towers; vice-president, Miss mm Mil who has completed 25 vears a Lynch; secretary, Miss Char who has completed 25 years as a fsie Lynch; secretary, Miss Char-member of the Friends School I0" Lister, and treasurer, Miss famitv Jean Hoffman. n-iuKjuiicemenc was maae tnat ti r-i i Richard Thomas Heald of the grad- 1 ollc 1 none Changed Megular IPrice $MO uating class had been awarded the DOVER, June 12 (Special). The John Marshall Mendinhall Me- telephone number of the Dover city mortal Award, given by the class police station has been changed to of 1939 in memory of their class- 5795, City Manager Gilbert L.

Wil- mate, Lieutenant Mendinhall, a Ma- cox advised today rine flier who was killed in action tn the Pacific. Advertisement A plaque has been placed in the 6cnooi nail on which the winner's Itchy Pimples names will be inscribed and each winner will receive a medal. The award is made to the member of Kill Romance tne graduating class who has done Many shattered romances may be Lffc J7 the scho1- traced directly to scratching of skin Omitted from the athletic awards blemishes. Why tolerate itching of announced yesterday were the pimples, eczema, angry red blotches I. i j-ivci LLiu hjx- and otner irritations, when you can wjru oouui, w-captams oi next get quick relief from soothing Peter years baseball team.

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