Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland on September 17, 1938 · Page 6
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DCmQH JOURNAL Page 6 MELVIN JOHNSON, Inc., Publishers Saturday Morning, September 17, 1938 NICK AND NATIONAL GUARD PLAY FINALS Semi Final Standing of Clubs W. L. Pet. Nick's Wildcats 2 0 1.000 Nuttlo 0 2 .000 National Guard Swann 2 1 .607 1 2 .333 Nick Dulin'e Wildcats and the Notional Guard were victorious over their opponents in the semi-final playoffs in the Soft Ball Tournament here and earned the right to piny each other in the finals this week. Nick's Wildcats were victorious twice in a row over Nuttlo Lumber Co. defeating them the first game 24 to 4 and taking the second 9 to 8. The last game was very close on both aides, with Nick pushing over a tally in the last frame to win. The National Guard and Swann series went the limit of three games. Swann won the first game 12 to 10 only to have the Guard capture the second 12 to 7. This put both teams on even terms and a third game was necessary to determine the winner. The third contest was staged last Monday evening with the National Guard winning by the score of 6 to B. Monday's Game Both teams meant business when the ump yelled "play ball". Swann's team was first at bat and scored a run in the first inning-. Four markers crossed the rubber in the second but after that Davis had them popping up all over the lot for the rest of the game. Swann held the Guard scoreless for three rounds and then an error accompanied by 4 hits gave them 3 runs in the fourth. A run in ·the fifth and two in the sixth proved the Guard the better team. The box score: Swann B. Wyatt, c. G. Baker, 2b. M. Baker, 3b. Lesher, cf. Trihbitt, If. Swarm, rf. T. Wyatt, Ib. Thawley, sf. Smith, se. Nuttle, p. Total N. Guard Pollard, cf. Somers, If. Davis, p. Shaffer, 3b. Wise, ss. Bye, Ib. Willoughby, 2b. Thomas, c. Galante, sf. Irwin, rf. Ab. H. 4 2 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 R. 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 34 15 5 Ab. H. P.. 3 0 0 3 3 2 3 2 2 3 1 1 3 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 26 11 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Swann 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 N . Guard 0 0 0 3 1 2 ' x 6 BE A CAREFUL NIGHT DRIVER TOO Curtailment of automobile horn blowing after midnight would be an important step in the reduction of early morning accidents in the opinion of Matthew P. Hanley, Manager of the Eastern Shore Division of the Keystone Automobile Club. In citing the heavy toll of lives taken in "after midnight" crashes, the Club official declared "curtailment of horn 'honking" would be of material benefit in promotion of highway safety." "Early morning drivers," he continued, "are more inclined to use their home instead of their brakes when speeding through darkened streets. Each driver abroad at night seems to think he is the only one driving at that hour and instead of using brakes at intersections, uses his horn. Fewer drivers are on the streets, it is true, but most of them have the same idea and the high night accident ratio is the result. "Drunken driving is especially prevalent in these hours, which makes it more important for motorists to be doubly careful. It takes more than the toot' of a horn to stop a juggernaut with a besotted driver at the wheel. The motorist who instinctively applies brakes at intersections instead of 'blasting' his way through ·with ear-shattering horns, has a much greater life expectancy. "Except for roving cars on the ·watch for drunken drivers, enforcement of motor vehicle laws reaches a low ebb during the early morning period and the motorist is practically on his own with regard to compliance ·with the law, which fact probably accounts in no little degree for the many crashes." ORPHANS' COURT The Orphans' Court for Caroline County met in regular session on Tuesday, with Judges Towers, Handy and Dennis present. The following business was approved and ordered recorded: Release tiled in Edgar Blanche estate. The last will and testament of Parran T. Russell, late of Caiolin County, deceased, was filed, proved nnd admitted to piobatu. On appli cation, letteis testamentary on thi personal estate of said deceased were granted to Fred R. Owens. Bond filed and appiovod; notice to creditor* Issued; John W. Grecnlce and William R. Gardner Sr. named nppiuis- ers. Inventory and appraisement of personal property filed in Paul Holsingei estate. Order to sell granted. Pc'tition and older to withdraw certain amount from bank filed in guardianship estate of Rosella Reed, minor. Petition nnd order to withdraw original inventory, icappraiscinent oi personal property and account of sales filed in Leonard R. Towers Cotatc. Real estate appraisement filed in Ollic E. Wright estate. SCHOOL NEWS Continued from Page 1. Miss Short are staying at Mrs. Finn'b on 2nd St. Mrs. Deardorff has an apartment on the corner of Gth and Franklin Sts. Mrs. Rairigh still lives on Gth St. Mrs. Hughes lives on the corner of 3rd and Franklin. Mr. Stull has an apartment over Miss Marshall's Beauty Shoppe on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsburg have one of the Sparks apartments. Mr. Smith lives at the end of 3rd street. Mr. Lee stays at Miss Lizzie Clark's on 6th and Franklin. Miss Trice has an apartment on the corner of Randolph and 6th st. Miss Smith commutes from Goldsboro. Miss Lawless lives near Denton. "The hnndiomesl {lower is not th« meetesl." SEPTEMBER 17--National cemetery al r-i Antietam dedicated, 1867. "IB--Yacht Enterprise won from Upton's Shamrock to retain cup, 1930. "19--Lincoln's body placed in vault in Springfield. 111., 1871. A "30--Bronze statue of Horace Greeley unveiled at New York City, 1690. 21-U. S. Hospital ship, Idaho, wrecked in typhoon al Naijosakl, Japcn. 1869. "12--Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation lirsl Issued, 1862. "23--Major Andre. British spy. captured by American soldiers, 1780. Books For Sale The American Sncyclopedia, edited by George Ripley, Charles Dana 1883 16 Volumes and Index, leather bound. A compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents 1889 to 1894 20 volumes, nicely bound. Marion Crawford novels, 12 Volumes. Rudyard Kipling's works, 10 Volumes. Memoirs of the Courts of Europe, 14 Volumes. All of these books are in fir.st class condition. Mrs. E. D. C. Hegeman 10 N. 4th Street DENTON, MD. (9-3-tf) LIQUID-TABLETS SALVE-HOSE DROPS relieves COLDS Fever and Headaches due to Colds Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment Dressmaking The undersigned, experienced maker of sample dresses, announces prices as follows: Wash dresses $1.00 and $1.26. Silk dresses, $1.76 and ?2.00. MRS. R. M. LUTZ, Campground Road, (9-17-4t) Denton, Md. For Sale 250 bn. of good clean seed wheat and 100 bu. rye. Threshed before the rain. T. J. LORD, Phone 146 Preston, Md. (9-17-lt) Order Nisi CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee vs. JOHN R. MARINE and BESSIE P. MARINE, his wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 349G Chy. Ordered, this 13th day of September 1938, that the Sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings made and reported by CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 17th day of November next, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, once in each of four successive weeks, before the 17th day of October next The report states the amount of sales to be $1,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk, True Copy--Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk Order Nisi CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee JOHN R. MARINE and BESSIE P. MARINE, his wife FOR RENT Dwelling on Second street. 7 rooms and bath, one car garage. Possession at once. Apply to NUTTLE LUMBER COAL CO. For Sale Baled clover hay, baled timothy hay and baled Mr. MERRJKEN (9-17-3t) Denton, Md. NFWSPAPFRflRCHiVE® ,,_., In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3495 Chy. Ordered, this 13th day of September 1938, that the Sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 17th day of November next, provided a copy of this order be inserted in come newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, once in each of four successive weeks, I before the 17th day of October next. The report states the amount of sales to be $1,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Constitution Day Message The nation pauses to observe Constitution day September 17, symbolized by Howard Chandler Christy's famous painting reproduced above. The painting shows George Washington addressing the Constitutional convention in Philadelphia, while at the top are figures symbolizing phrases of the preamble to the Constitution and elements in the 151 years of progress under that document. Buckley's PHONE 107 DENTON SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY 1I-1O Coffee Ib 3Oc A 2O Piece Pure Colored China Set $1.79 With 5 II-IO Coupons _ Regular Price $4*95 BUCKLEY'S Special Blend Ib P « G Laundry Soap 3 for 13c Oxydol lg OUR OWN MAKE 1OO % PURE Pork Sausage Ib Regular 25c Skinless FRANKS Plate BEEF Ib 15c Fresh Ground BEEF Ib 19c 0 BIG DONKEY Q Q BASEBALL GAMES U Benefit RIDGELY and DENTON Volunteer Fire Departments THE BIGGEST LAUGH SHOW IN THE WORLD RIDGELY VOL. FIRE DEPARTMENT VS. DENTON VOL. FIRE DEPARTMENT MONDAY NITE, SEPTEMBER 19 They Play al Ridgcl.v, Mil., His*" School Grounds TUESDAY NITE, SEPTEMBER 20 They I'lny At Doiiton, Md., High Schuol Grounds WEDNESDAY NITE, SEPTEMBER 21 Last and Final (lame at Kiilsely, Md., High School Grounds All Games At 8:15 P. M. FIELD ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED Come Early If You Want A Scat Gates Open 7:15 P.M. Music Until Game Is Called This is (he must novel attraction ocr presented in Baseball. All players, except the pitchers nnd catchers, ride donkeVs (Real Mexican Burros) trained especially for these panics. They arts a riot of laughter. SEE the latest craze thnt is sweeping the country. YOU'LL LAUGH UNTIL YOUR SIDES ACHE! Admission 25c, Reserved Seats 35c, Children lOc N.B. IF YOU HAVE A WEAK HEART DON'T COME. We will not lie held responsible for an) one laughing themselves sick. This is the panic nttnict'on that played to fifteen thousand people nt Griffith Stadium, Washington, in 1935, sponsored by The National and Columbia Erondeasling Systems, nnd raised over eighteen hun- drcn dollars for tho. ciippled children of Washington. Repeated at the same park September 30th, 10,'Ifi, under tho auspices of the Lion^s Club of Anacostia and Washington, D. C. nnd the Masonic Lodge. CAN THEY RIDE THEM? Hear The Incomparable Eddie Duchin And His Orchestra And Dance To His Thrilling Music MONDAYS, 8:30 TO 9:00 P. M. After September 25--9:30 to 10:00 P. M. Sponsored By Pall Mall Cigarettes (American Cigarette Cigar Co.) Maryland's Pioneer Broadcast Station BALTIMORE, MD. LeGRANDE FOOD STORES are owned and operated by the man behind the counter--We serve and save for you GRANDE OOD PRACTICE ECOKOMYand QUALITY at the / LeGRANDE FOOD STORES "SCHOOL EAVS School days are hare again and school children require good food to produce good minds. Good foods are cheap,call us } by phone or come and see us. We have what you need, j CASH SPECIALS-Friday and Saturday, September 16 and 17 WHEATIES 2 p k «, 25c · DeLUXE FLOUR 12;: 290 Alamo Gorton's Fillet Tuna Fish Mackerel Can 19C LeGRANDE Codfish CAKES Herring Roe 2 CMS 23c MANNING'S HOMINY 2 Cans 19C LAND O'LAKES Rich Creamy Cheese 1*. N. B. C. All 5c Items ... 3 for 13c N. B. C. Dandy Oyster Crackers, Ib. 18c N. B. C. Macaroon Cookies, lb. 20c THE Win COFFEE 19c "BIG UR" IN COFFEE! Deluxe Mokay CAMPFIRE MARSHMALLOWS 1 PENCIL FREE ALL GOLD ALL GOLD Whole Peeled Hoyal Ana APRICOTS CHERRIES MA1MFOSA PEACHES DeLUXE M I L K Tall Cans Can Can DELICIOUS - VERMONT MAID SYRUP LeGrande LeGrande LeGrande LeGrande LeGrande Tomatoes Garden Run Limas, CM lOc Saur Kraut, 2 cans 19c Sweet Potatoes, can lOc String Beans, 3 caw 25c " " No. 2 Cans TISSOGOOD Pancake or Buckwheat 2 P^ 15c SUNSWEET PRUNES Two-Pound Package MT. VERNON VINEGAR Full Quart Fruit Jar BABO 2 C an,25C All Gold Peas 2 caos 33c Musselman's Cherries, 2 cans 29c All Gold Pineapple Juice, 2 £J 19c Glen Rae Grapefruit Juice, 2 cans 19c LeGrande Mixed Vegetables, can 12c TISSOGOOD SALAD DRESSING M-Pta. Pints Quart* lOc TISSOGOOD MAYONNAISE K-pt, 15C TALBOT MUSTARD /nil Quart ICrC MARCEL PAPER NAPKINS 2 P^ 15c FLY-DED 6-0 AEBOXON FLY M RIBBONS 3 Rolls MARCO DOG FOOD Lnb-O Flo Motor Oil Fruit* Vegetables Ready to Help You Shop and Save Willard L. Swann, Denton G. C Cohee, Denton Harvey Fleetwood, Denton T. L. Trice, Jr., Preston Araie's Cash Grocery, Prcaton Milford Kline. Hillsboro darry Stwhnra, I. Calvin Butler, Greenaboro J. W. Sylvester, Goldiboro J. F. Lane, Goldaboro H. A. Porter, BmTsrflle R, B. Gibson, Queen Anne Qualify Meat Headquarters JEWS PA PER I

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