The Evening Sun from Hanover, Pennsylvania on February 21, 1961 · Page 7
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The Evening Sun from Hanover, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Hanover, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 21, 1961
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General Contractor REPAIR WORK LAMBERT & CARR Phone Tllden 8-9355 or Tllden 8-8972 REISTERSTOWN (Continued From Page ê) 24-HOUR NURSING MEADOW VIEW CONVALESCENT HOME Union Mills. Md. Route 140 Phone Fleldstone 6-7212 LINOLEUM Rubber and Asphalt Tile Custom Made Window Shades CLARENCE LOCKARD UNIONTOWN, MD. Phone TTldon 8-6636 Ann. bo Jon Edward Frederick Jefferson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick Jefferson, Queenstown. Md. Tiie ceremony was performed in Calvary Methodist Church at Queenstown by the Rev. William T. Archer, Bridge party winners of the Woman's Club of Glyndon are as follows; North and south, first, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lowe; second. Col. and Mrs. Frank Swoger; third, Charles Hammond and Philip Wroe; east and west, first, Mrs. Blanche Yorkdale and Mrs. Dorothy Jerald; second, William Trac* el and Rodney Jones; third, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall. 'Hie next party will be held March 10. Moose Plan Dance The Reisterstown Moose Lodge 1577 will sponsor a St. Patrick’s Day dance on Saturday, March 8, in Glyndon fire hall. Robert Zeigler. Butler Road, was guest speaker at the recent meet Dr. R. P. Klinger Sr. Dr. R. P. Klinger Jr. OPTOMETRISTS 88 EAST MAIN STREET ing of the Midtown Kiwanis Club WESTMINSTER. MD. in Baltimore. Zeigler gave a lec- Opposite Westminster Posi Offies ture and musical demonstration on Phone Tlldrn 8-8340 j the organ which was recently in* ,; stalled in Waverly Methodist Church, Carroll County Day At Annapolis WESTMINSTER—Carroll County Day will be held Monday, March 6 at Annapolis, according to Wll liam B. Dulany, program chair man, Carroll County Democratic Club. He stated that buses will lease from the Westminster Shopping Center at 1:30 p.m. and arrive at the state capitol about 3 p.m. The group will be conducted on a tour of the state house, mansion and other places of interest by Delegate Thomas R. O’Farrell local Democratic Club president Following this a buffet dinner will be served to the group at Carvel Hall, courtesy of the Carroll County legislators and then they will be taken to observe the Maryland General Assembly in session, Dulany noted that those wish ing bus tickets should contact Paul Beckwith, 21 Court Street by March 1. J. ALFRED HEITFBRIDLE TANEYTOWN, MD. AmO INSURANCE Phone PLymouth 6-5141 , JR—11 Filings i’jd ATI0N WIOÄ MUTUAI INSURANCE COMPANY MUTUAI TIRE insurance company I * INSURANCE COMPANY 1 Hörn« OTfirr Columbia Ohio Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Mather Jr., Old Court Road, Pikesville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Christine, to John ~ . .¡Graham Melville, son of Mr. and Donald AUewalt lay reader of Mrs. Richard G. Melville. Randall Reisterstown Methodist Church, stown Mlss Mather wjn ^ ^ was guest speaker at the laymen’s ated fpom Milford Mm High Schoo] banquet held at Grace Methodist lhis June MelviIle wag *raduateci Church on Fnday evening. by the same schoo] in June 1%0 Mrs. Darnel Boone, Ritters; Lane, is a patient in Maryland Genera] Hospital, Baltimore. Firms Combined Two of Maryland’s oldest advertising specialty houses became ore this week with the purchase of PUBLIC SALE DAIRY HERD & DAIRY EQUIPMENT We are discontinuing dairying in order to spend full time with poultry and also use the buildings, we will sell on our farm at junction of Links Bridge and Dublin Road, 3 miles West of Woodsboro and 3 miles Northwest of Walkersville on THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1961 AT 12:00 NOON TO WIT: 42 HEAD REGISTERED & GRADE HOLSTEINS 42 Twenty-four are milk cows and six are registered, three in American Association and three in Canadian. Four Maryland home raised grades, six Canadian grades and eight New York bred Holsteins. Most of this herd have freshened since January 1st or will be fresh by sale time, others are in full milk. Eighteen heifers from 2 months to twelve months old, some young heifer calves. All animals old enough, have been calfhood vaccinated. Herd is T.B. and Bangs accredited and certified and test will be run again within 30 days of sale. Haverly 300-gallon milk tank, good as new; 2 McCormick-Deering Christian Centers.” milker units, lot split locust posts, etc. TERMS—CASH on day of sale. MR. & MRS. FELIX T. FLANAGAN Emmert R. Bowlus & Harry Trout, Auctioneers Emory Cutshall, Clerk Lunch by Glade Valley Grange. Rollman and Schloss, Baltimore, by Gettier-Montanye, Inc., Glyn don. Carlyle Montanye Sr., president of the Gettier-Montanye Inc., announced the pruchase from the executives of the estate of the late E. Chandler Newman. The Glyndon firm will continue to service the Rollman and Schloss accounts from that company’s building at 119 Hopkins Place, Baltimore. Rollman and Schloss was founded in 1890 and it was Baltimore’s oldest calendar and advertising specialty firms. A national firm with more than 100 sales repre sentatives throughout the country. Gettier-Montanye Inc. was founded 1922 by Mr. Montanye and C. R. Gettier, both of whom were in the advertising* department of Baltimore newspaper. The membership class of Carroll’s Methodist Church meets every Saturday from 1 to 3 p. m. The Commission on Missions will be in charge of the program at the service Sunday at 8 p. m. There will be a film entitled “Con- PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS. ETC. Sat., March 4, beginning at 12:30 P.M. Du* to the death of my mother and being unable to continue housekeeping, I will offer at public »ale on the premises located in Cape Horn road, one mile north of Snydersburg, Md., 1% miles southwest of Baltimore-Hanover pike, the following: HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. A film from Westinghouse entitled, “Dawn's Early Light” was feature of the program at the regular meeting of the Reisterstown Lions Club on Wednesday at Grand View Inn, Hanover Road. Airman Gary D. Smoot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin D. Smoot, Deer Park Road, Owings Mills, has completed his intial course of Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. He ihas been selected to attend the ¡technical training course for medical technicians at Lackland. He is a graduate of Milford Mill High School. Army Recruit James A. Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lee, Mantua Mill Road, Glyndon, is assigned to Company A, 15th Battalion, 5th Training Regiment of G. E refrigerator, in good condition: Kalamazoo bottle gas range, the U.S. Army Training Center, kitchen extension table with extra boards, 19 straight cl.airg, some infantry. Fort Jackson, S. C. solid, others cane; 4 rockers, 2 metal porch chairs, davenport., couch,|where he is undergoing eight several stands, old stand with drawer, solid and old chest of drawers, weejts basic combat training with glass knobs, lot of old baskets, lot of good picture frames, lot; The wscs of Pleasnt Hil, Metho- of scenic pictures, several trucks, old musket, library table, bureau, church held a bake sale Sat- several washstands, towel racks, lot of flowers and stands, all kinds m^y at the Acme Super Market of dishes, pots and pans, knives and forks, bookcase and desk com- ‘ _________________ bined, Niagara vibrator bed, good as new; old sewing horse, lot of hose, old cookstove, cupboard, iron kettle, dry sink, washing machine, wash tub, lot of chains, small tools square back sleigh, lot of harness, 30-barrel metal corn crib and many articles too numerous to mention. Terms’ Cash. No goods to be removed until settled for. Claude S. Roed. agent for MRS. MANASSA REED, Owner Wm. R. Martin, Auctioneer. Phone FRanklin 4-2662. Not responsible for accidents. Refreshments by Manchester Lutheran Ladies. PERCY M. BURKE AGENCY Try to “Avoid” Accidents Westminster, Md. ALLIS-CHALMERS FARM EQUIPMENT Sales and Service CASE and NEW IDEA WERTZ GARAGE Pbone Hampstead FRanklia 4-2673 LINEBORO, MD. Washington’s Birthday Sale Wednesday, February 22 5 Pop-Up Toasters.....................................$7*75 e*ch 5 Club Chair* ..........................................$33.00 each 6 Fireside Benches ...................................$6.50 2 5-pc. Dinette* .....................................$33.00 7-pc. Dinette........................................$44.00 8-pc. Cherry Dining Room Suite by Bassett Industrie* ...........................$285.00 3-pc. Walnut Bedroom Group ..$110.00 2 3-pc. Grey Bedroom Group» $110.00 $79.90 Set of Englander or Sealy Bedding .....................................$65.00 Lone Seat and Chair (tapestry) . .$120.00 3-pc. Red Secbional Sofa .............$175.00 2 Livfing Room Suite*, like new ...$100.00 3 Model 860-A Eureka Vacuum Cleaner* .................................................$38.00 each 3 set* Punch Bowl* and 12 Cup* . .. .$5.00 One Day Only-February 22 Free Parking Front and Rear of Store GEORGE F. ZEPP, Sr. Furniture and Appliances 215 E. Main St. Wertmiiuter, Md. INSURANCE AGENCY Auto • Truck and Fire • Lite EDWARD O. BOLLINGER 266 E. Main St. Phone Tllden 8-5800 Bollinger Brothers Farm Ponds Ditching — Grading Dry Well — Foundations Phone Tllden 8-5864 R-6, Westmin*ter, Md. JOHN C DENNER Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Spouting—All types of Root Repairing R-5, Westminster, Md. Tllden 8-6408 CATERING Weddings, Receptions, Et« BOUNDS BAKERY Phone TEnneyson 3-0044 REISTERSTOWN, MD. PERCY M. BURKE INSURANCE Fire Casualty Marine 231 East Mala Street WESTMINSTER, MD. MUFFLERS Stock ft Glass Pacs — Tailpipes SAVE AT WESTERN AUTO 47 E. Main Street WESTMINSTER, MD. T. W. Mather & Sons WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd THE DAY FOR THE YEAR’S BIGGEST BARGAINS SALE Will Continue Thursday, Friday And Saturday OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 EVERYONE CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE LOW, LOW PRICES BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ COATS CARCOATS and SNOWSUITS GIRLS’ WINTER DRESSES HUGE REDUCTIONS 63 REG. UP TO $5.98 DRESSES 51 M 27 REG. UP TO $8.95 DRESSES $3'98 REG. *4.50-*5.00 FAMOUS DRAND MEN’S SHIRTS Final Reduction — Some Slightly Soiled. Laundering will make them look like new. SPECIAL SALE LADIES’ COATS UP TO *49.95 Wools, Tweeds - A large selection of Fashionable Brand New Winter Coais. IN HONOR OF THE DAY $ 22 .00 WE ARE LIMITED TO THESE SIZES: 14V*-32 141/2-35161/*-32 141/2-33 15 -35161/2-31 141/2-34 16 -32 17 -32 *1 .99 CHILDREN’S DEPT. BARGAINS Up to $14.95 PRAM SUITS $gaQQ Up to $10.95 SNOWSUITS ........$5!()0 Girls’ and Boys’ PAJAMAS........$1.00 Up to $3.98 Cotton BLOUSES..... $|) qq Up to 3.98 Cotton BLOUSES......$ 1)49 Up to $3.98 Corduroy SLACKS ...$1,49 Up to $3.98 Subteen SLACKS.....$1,98 Up to $2.50 Knit Jersey BLOUSES $1 ¿9 Up to $3.98 * Gin, SWEATERS $] ¿9 Infants’ Cotton CRAWLERS [79 Up to $2.98 1-pc. CRAWLER SETS $1 j)0 Up to *7.95 H*. CRAWLER SETS $¿[00 Up to $1.98 Handbags and Wallets ,09 Up to $2.95 Boys’ Winter HATS Up to $3.50 Crib Mattress COVERS $j'()0 Up to $8.95 Boys’ SPORT COATS $4,00 Up to $10.95 Poplin RAINCOATS $ g ! 00 Up to $8.95 Boys’ Toddler COATS $¿00 Infants’ & Children’s BARGAIN TABLE Huge Reductions Priced at 15c-25c-50c-$1.00 WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Not To Be Sold Before 7 P.M. $24.00 FLOOR LAMP $5aQQ $27.50 FLOOR LAMP $ga0Q $15.95 DESK LAMP S^QQ $37.50 BRAIDED RUG $4,QQ LADIES’ DRESSES AT LOWEST PRICES Up to S6.98 ...............$2-00 Up to $10.95...............$ 3.00 Up to $17.95 - - - - $¿£.00 Up To $7.95 LADIES' WINTER HATS $ 1.00 LADIES’ SWEATERS 5LIPOVERS CARDIGANS V', 2 PRICE V* Off -ENTIRE STOCK - V3 Off LADIES’ QUILTED ROBES $ 8.95 ROBES $5,97 9.95 ROBES 0,03 10.95 ROBES 7.30 12.95 ROBES 0,03 14.95 ROBES 0,97 READY-TO-WEAR BARGAINS Reg. $15.95 CARCOATS ..........$9,00 Reg. $10.95 CARCOATS $0,00 Reg. $24.95 CARCOATS $14.00 Reg. $14.95 PLAID BLAZERS $9,00 Reg. $5.98 JACKETS $2,00 Reg. 39c Rayon PANTIES 3for$1,00 Up to $7.98 Wool SKIRTS $3,90 Reg. $2.98 Nylon SLIPS $1,90 Reg. $3.98 Laros Irreg. SLIPS....$| ,90 Up to $1.98 Sleeveless BLOUSES ,50 Up to $3.98 Sleeveless BLOUSES $j,00 Up to $3.98 Rayon GOWNS $],90 Up to $3.50 Challis PAJAMAS $1,00 Reg. $3.98 Side Hook GIRDLES $2,00 Reg. $5.98 Wool Jersey BLOUSES $2,00 Reg. $2.98 Satin SCUFFS $1,g0 REG. UP TO $3.98 LARGE SIZE SCATTER RUGS $ 1.00 Up to $3.98 LADIES’ COTTON BLOUSES I» SECOND FLOOR Reg. Sl.t CAFES Reg. $9.98 BEDSPREADS Reg. $1.25 SEAT PADS .. Reg. $fi.98 CASSEROLES Reg. $7.98 BEDSPREADS 88c $ 3-88 49c $ 3-88 $ 2-88 WEDNESDAY MORNING SECOND FLOOR BARGAIN TABLE DOORS OPEN AT 9 A.M. All sorts of interesting gifts and things for your home. Prices are so low these will all be gone by noon or before. WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL NOT SOLD BEFORE 7 P.M. Up to $7.95 DRAW DRAPES * 2.88 WENESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL NOT SOLD BEFORE 7 P.M. BARKCLOTH SLIPCOVERS CLOSE-OUT $2-98 $5-98 Reg. $7.98 CHAIR ... Reg. $16.95 SOFA .... T. W. MATHER & SONS WESTMINSTER’S LEADING STORE

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