The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on May 13, 1961 · Page 12
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Saturday, May 13, 1961
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TWELVE-- THE DAILY MAIL, Hagerstow,,. Md. . ___________ ......... _ Situni.y, Mjy 13, IM] Big Class Will Graduate At Boonsboro On June 5 The largest graduating class-ward Jordan, R o g e r Leon in the county, outside Hagers-; Knight, Wayne MacArlhur Krct- town itself, will receive diplo-jzer, Larry Wayne Marlz, Lloyd mas at Boonsboro High School; Augustus Mills' Thomas Dwighl on the night of June 5. i.\'uicc, William Lee 1'arker, Ed The Washington County Board; rt ' N'dson Pryor. Donald Rich- of Educalion office, releasing ar d Spinier, L e w i s William , (he names of prospective graduates at Boonsboro. said that , Smith, fierald Eldrcd Wade, Vic- lor Thomas Witmcr, Charles Eu-i Dr. David R. Brewer, a member IRC"? Younkins, Charles Carroll of the board, will present the di-'Zulauf. Carol Ann Bowers, Joan plomas. JMaric Cunningham, Delores Ann At present, 112 seniors are el-IS 01 TM"'' Beverly Ann Kinfrock, ·· · · -- - . . iD^rlpnn T irfilln r i r i f f i t h !}...._:.. and two vocational home economics course students, graduates follow: The names of the prospective Academic: William Martin Duncan, Joseph Carroll Gaver, John Waller Kapp, Charles Richard Holder, Douglas Kent Miller, Robert James Nelson, Gary Francis Robertson, Ronald Owen Wolford, John Howard Younkins, Judy Lorraine Byrd, Carol Ann Davis, Linda Ellen Delrow, Betty Ann Farrie, Mary Ann Hoover, Beverly Jean Hull, Rebecca Kay Hull, Mary I.enore Kidwell." Linda Maxine Krclzer. t.urinda .Marie Long, E. Lorraine Loudenslager, Doris Ann Marshall, Dorcen! Louise McGolerick, Palsy Jew- « · . ,, el! Mumaw, Carolyn R. Recdcr.l M Q n C O C K I O U t h Judith Elaine Rohrer, Joanne ~ " t n Elaine Roulette, Mary Ann Welly, Roberta SI. Wolfe; Commercial: Ronald Lee Bowers, Mervil Eugene Mvers, Gary Albert Phillips, David Edward Smith, Galen Fraoklk Sullivan, ,rie McCoy, Shelva Jean Miller, Jo-Anne Mqngan, Lorrcna Ann Moser, Naomi Martha Myers, Palsy'Ann Myers. Barbara Jean Percschukt Rosie Mae Shank, Dariene A. Stevens, Carol Lee Slollemyer; Vocational agriculliire: John Homan Bork, Jr.. Dallas Raymond Churchey, Edward Thomas Clopper, Orvcl Alice Gay, Harvey Markwood Jones, Vornon Marcelms Knodc. Lynden Ford Moser, Donald Keller Ridenour, diaries Edivard Wyand; Vocational home economics: Beverly Ann Cain and Mary; Louise Farric. ' I TWO D E L E G A T E S to Boys Slale discuss plans with John F. Rohrer, Americanism c h a i r m a n for Clopper-.Michacl Post of the A m e r i c a n Legion. At left is Dale E. Churchey, who will represent the Sharpsburg Legion, and at right is Roger-Lee R. Shipley, who will represent (he Boonsboro Legion. , , Joseph Ira Wilson, Doris Arlene Castle, Linda Elizabeth Clipp, Janice Lee Grampian, Lilly Bowles Davis, Sandra Jean Harman, Linda Lee Harwood, Jean Found Guilty Of Burglaries Gary Lee Stoller, 17, of Ha- gersiown Route 1, was sentenced to a total of four years in the Maryland Stale Reforraalon yesterday when he was convict cd of two counls of breaking ant [Two Boonsboro High Juniors £ rincessTree Picked To Attend Boys State , , ean -- ..... ~ -· --~ ...... · Annette Kepler, Patricia Arm| cnt1 '' ini: a n t i D clt ' larceny. Knight, Lauretta Virginia Loh-j Slotler, who pleaded not guilt} man, Connie Lou May, Faithla* "is a r r a i g n m e n t in March, -j' l a l asked the court for a men' Groveine McGraw, Beverly .... cillc Mikus, Janet Marie Mong,] 1 ^ e x a m i n a t i o n . Tests Patricia Ann Moser, Joan Marie Stoller was sane and i-aincia Ann Moser, Joan Marieptoiier was sane and legal Myers, Belly Jane Renncr, Snir-| ccnl Pclen( lo stand trial, State proved legally ,-ia, ot'uy .jane tenner, Mur- "-"'"i"-"-" 1 lu Mflna rnai, Mate s Ann Robinson. Shirley Annl A l l o r n e - v James F. Strine said. lej Slifer, R u t h Virginia "stine.! Slollcr was convicted of break Nancy Jean Webb; General: Austin William boll, Mervin McCIiire Bartlctt, bert Coleman, Richard Eugene Eicheiberger, Bobby E d g a r Grimm, Donovan Gene Hammond, Allan Woodrow Haupt, Roy Thomas Henrelty, Roger Eugene H i t n e s , Marvin E. Himes, Thomas Lee Holder, Elmer Lee Jamison, Wayne Ed- ing into the home of Claude Truax, who lives near Slotler in Hancock, and stealing clothing and miscellaneous articles. The burglaries occurred on the nights of Jan. 31 and Feb. 1. the prosecution showed. Two years of the sentence Two Boonsboro High Schoo: juniors have been honored by a committee of faculty members wilh appointments to the Boys State at the University of Maryland as representatives of tw'o American Legion posts. Named by Dr. J. Willard New ton. Boonsboro High School principal, were Roger-Lee Shipley and Dale E. Churchey. They were judged on scholarship, leadership, character, aptitude, participation in co-curricular functions, ability to get along with others and professional romisc. Coordinators were John J. ferdian, Jr., Boonsboro High School guidance director, and jiven Slotler yesterday were ordered to run concurrenlly with one-year sentences. AlfMNCS · Kool-Ray Aluminum [Standard or Roll.Topj · Custom-Made Canvas Storm Windows Doors · Aluminum Screens · Radiator Encloiures · Tarpaulinj (any siiel · Venetian Blinds PORCHES ENCLOSED Thomas Sons, Inc. BOONS80RO, MD. GE 2--3681 Arthur L. Haines, Clopper Mich ael Post No. Ten, American Legion, Boonsboro. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Shipley, near Boonsboro, wil represent Clopper-Michael Post An all-A stiiclent, he is active in the school band, footbal team, and belongs to the Luther League and Sunday School. The son of Mr. and Mrs Clifton L Churchey, near Sharpsburg, will represent An- tictam Post No. 238, American Legion, Sharpsburg. He has been president of the-£I'A-hap- ler. is near the top of his class, and has exhibited grand champ ,on QIC barrows at fairs. Blossoms Out The fragrant blossoms of the princess trees tbat abound in the vicinity of Harpers Ferry National Monument are beginning lo bloom, the acting superintendent, Carrie L. Allen, has announced. The blossoms should reach their peak within the coming ten days, if w a r m temperatures continue to hold. The princess trees were introduced into this country from the Orient for ornamental purpose. The scientific name, Paulownia tomentosa, honors a Russian princess who married a king of Three Attend Short Course For Policemen Three county law enforcement officers returned last night from Pikesville where for the pas' week they attended the Mary land State Police short course sin criminal investigation and in Icrrogalion. Attending the week-long class es at the Maryland State Police Headquarters were ' Sergeant! Edward Kuhlmap and Arthur C Palmer, of the Hagerstown Citj Police; and Deputy Shcrifl Robert Schindel, of the Washing- Ion County Sheriffs Dept. Oilier law officers f r o m throughout the state attended the intensive course. A diploma isigned by Col. Carey Jarman, jCommander of the State Police, and Major M. Puncke, training officer, was presented each graduate. in every room electricity brings better living! .n e/ery room ,',, y our home, ? aa uso ctecrric.'fy evory day lo mo k e your worfc Jighler, your homo br/ghler/ From your oll-e/ecrric kitchen lo ,(,«, all-eleclrie \ am *,f, clecWcily h 0 , y our fi n g e r,/ pl/ oround Ihe clock, bringing convenient ycu take for gronrerf. And ai you uiB cfcclricily in more way, for teller living, you bcnofil /,, another woy -- clec/rici,/, 0 ,e ragc cost 3 o ci down O , your ,,«, goes up. E/cclriciry . .. ou , biggest bargain in to/ler/iving. Your ! Municipal Electric Light Planl I Phones: Office RE 3-4900 Service RE 9-0766 ELECTHICm...liest biUiforHetter living MANY MUSHROOMS FOUND More reports on finding mush- ooms were received last night. James E. Hutson of near An- ietam Furnace reported that arly Friday evening he found ) mushrooms in some woods car his home. The largest mea- *u XT .1 i j : ., ·"·*» *" ···? ·-- "-" wnucu iu can mm the Netherlands, justifying its self clergyman, to solemnize mar common name. rianpc an^ «;,,« u~i., ;--Marty-- persons--in--Harpers Ferry believe that for delicate beauty, the princess tree blossoms rival the famed cherry blossoms in Washington. Dr. Willis7n~ National Post Dr. Benjumin C. Willis, general superintendent of schools at Chicago, is the new presidenl of the American Association of School Administrators. Bogus Vicar Sentenced To Year In Jail LONDON AP)-A bogus vica was jailed Thursday for a yea for officiating at nine marriage in the role of clergyman. The prosecution claimed Wi liam Frederick Walker, 33, ex principal of a private school, per 'ormed the marriages at (wo sub urban churches last year. Walker pleaded innocent, saj ing he felt entitled to call him ured about ten inches ... cir ^'w^af s^intendent umfcrence. His collection filled 25-pound sack. . of schools in Washington County during (he 1940's ACROSS l.Flaw 7. Unbroken 3. Eloquent speaker 4. More orderly 5. Myself 6. Conform 8. Persian fairy 9. Hotel l.Sour 3. Small taite I. Midday i. Brings Into adjustment 8. Thus I. Proprietor 1. African flies 3. Pitcher 5. Large perennial plant 6. Not stitched 9. County In tf. Y State 42. Jap. drama 43. Kingly 45, Fit one In- sTde another 46. Weary ' 48. Ventures M.Finial 51. Skip 53. Silly 55. He: Fr. 56. Commonwealth 58. Plant with sour juice o'O. Slumbers 61. Woolen fabrics DOWN , J. Tile used in games 2. Heretofore 3. Note of the scale 4. Or. letter Solution of Yeit«rUy'« Puul* 5. Musical ending 6. Religious leaflet 7. Commit to another's care 8. Symbol for neon 9. Faucet to 10. Sweetsop 11. Cherry · color 12. Examination at Cambridge 17. Saucy 20. Roman date 22. Former movl« ictor 26. Not 10 old 27. Lining of a ' well 30. Marry «fall 32. Mediterranean sail* ing vessel 34. Recover! 36. Labor organization* 37. Accord ins to stand ard 38. Mend M. Caught tight of 4!. Quirts 44. Minimum 47. Bird «. Winter precipitation 52. Railroad necessity M, Effort 57.Mu.kal work: «bbr. W. Concerning riages and give holy communio because the bishop of Londo once phoned asking him to assls at the churches. The bishop, the Rt. Rev. Henry Campbell, testified he couldn't re call ever telephoning Walker, o knowing him. Before sentence was passed the defense contended that if the couples were unaware that Walk er was not a clergyman, thei marriages were valid. Judge John Widgery said Walk er had "degraded the rites of tht Church of England." He added It is not for me to say whethei the marriages were valid." BANKERS TO GATHER About 100 bankers and allied personnel from an eight-county area will be in Martinsburg Saturday for the annual spring meeting at the Shenandoah Hotel. Thorn R. Keller, of the Merchants and Farmers Bank is city chairman. A dinner will' be served at 6:50 p.m. at the hotel. State Senator Clarence E. rVfartin will make a report on legislation. TO PARADE ON SUNDAY Among military units to appear in the Armed Forces Day parade in Hagerstown on Sunday will be the 351st Ordnance Co. (Ammo), Army Reserve unit of Martinsburg The 351st Co. will be a part of the First Division in the parade. The Martinsburg company will meet at their reserve center shortly after noon on Sunday. Cash crops in the Voltaic Republic are limited to cotton rice and ,, P^nuts. The principal veallh of the African country is n its 1V4 million cattle, 2W inil- lon sheep and goals and 31,000 swine. Many At Open House Of New Library Addition People from not only Smithsburg but surrounding place* attended open house for the new addition to the town library this week with convient hours for the public. The new section, recently completed, doubles the shelf space for books and also contains a rest room and furnace. The old section of the (own library is one of the oldest buildings slill standing in the town and is about 127 years old. It is built of native stone many of is «n old clock. It was used .by whlch'were secured close to the site. It was at one time used as the town jail. The building was purchased by tlie Smithsburg Reading Club in J92I. The building was presented to the town by Ihe club in 1945 when it was debt free. The addition was started in February 1960 and was built by Ihe Corporation of Smithsburg. The architect was George Bushey Jr.; carpenter work was done Earl Hepperle Jr. and others; shrubbery outside the building was donated by Clyde Naylor. Many Smithsburg people helped with the work 'and installing of fixtures. Among the workers and enthusiastic supporters of :he library was Mayor Stanley Hauver. * The interior of the building painted with a soft shade of green with a white tile ceiling and a tile floor. The new section contains children's books and reference volumes. Students who wish to look at the reference books at the library have considerably more table space in the new ad- difion. The older section contains the adult books. The number of volumes have increased in tfc» past few yean. Mn. Max Newman, librarian, slid that an average of 700 books are.cir- culated each month. The Washington County Library in Hag. erstown provides the Smithsburg library with many of its books. One of the rare antiques and prized possessions of the library Professor George C. Pearson, a noted county educator, while teaching privately in the small building many year? ago. Members of Ihe reading club were o n ' H a n d to greet guests for the open house. Mrs. C. 1. Wolfinger -served punch. Local 4-H Club Girls served cookies. Mrs. Stanley Hauver was in charge of the-guest book signed by about 100 persons during the day. Mrs. Newman said that many gifts have helped the library. The Smithsburg Lions Club made presentation of the Book of Knowledge; Readers Digest books were presented by Miss Beulah Eyerly and Dr. Bohanan; Washington County Library gave a new dictionary. Some of the shelves bear the inscription 'Presented by the Smithsburg Community Teen Age Group". The library will be open Tuesday from 2 to 8 p.m.; Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. each week. Assistant librarian is Mrs. Robert Spahr. Use leftover lemons to .clean stains off your hands. UNEQUALLED PROTECTION INSIDE TRUSCON ' OUTSIDE EASY ONE COAT OR RE-NEW-COAT The modern coating for porous masonry surfaces, resists the penetration of water. One easy application protects and beautifies -- transforms damp walls into bright, cheerful living areas. · No messy mixing of power and water. · No pre- wetting of- surface*. · Juir stir and apply · Choic* of 8 cheerful colors. Call REgent 9-5944 THOMAS, BENNETT HUNTER, INC. 330 W. Church St. Higentown, Md. 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