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Yhe News, f*e4tortek, Md., iaferiUp. Itormtor IT, 1981 ®B-26 Bomber Crashes; Two Men Killed . OAKLAND, Nov. 16 J[£V-An Air Force B-26 light bomber, .flying in fog and snow, crashed high in the mountains of northeastern West Virginia late today, killing at least two men. . An Air Force spokesman at the , Greater Pittsburgh Airport said the plane took off from Pittsburgh Airport at 4:Sfr p. m. (Eastern Standard Time) with tore* Army reserve officers aboard. The spokesman said the plan* ·wai returning to Langley Field, Va,, where it left yesterday on a routine training flight. Identification of those aboard was ·withheld pending notification of next of kin. Maryland State'Trooper Robert Henline, first officer at the scene said one body and parts of another were 'found near the wreckage ·which was scattered over about six acres. A hunt is on for the third body. There were reports the plane exploded in mid-air, but there was no evidence immediately to substantiate this. One of the two engines, however, separated from the rest of the plane and plowed into the farmhouse of Ernest Sha£fer..None of the persons TnTBie hoUse^was injured. The-farm house was some distance away from the general area of the wreckage. The accident occurred just oft West Virginia State Route 24 in Preston County. State police from West Virginia and Maryland were on the scene, between the towns of Eglon and Brookside, Preston County. James Bell a witness, said the plane's log. located in the wreckage, indicated the plane was bound for Langley Field, Va., but he could not be certain. Know America Radio Program N»C CBS MM ABO WFM» WOR IMt ki 93« k« 119 IM «N k« Emmifsburg t-- nbc-«*e Song Caribbean Crossroado -- »b» ·15-- Bui Godwin-- nbo Today's Anniversaries 1764 -- Alexander Brown. Irish immigrant in Baltimore, founder of country's oldest banking house, among our first millionaires. born. Died April 3, 1834. 1788 -- Sejh Boyden, noted Newark. N. J. pioneer inventor, leather merchant, born in Foxboro, Mass. Died March 31, 1870. 1789 -- Stephen Champlin. cornmo- · dore, naval hero of the battle ot Lake Erie in War of 1812, born at South Kingston, JR. L Died Feb. 20, 1870. 1811 -- John B. Ford, Mississippi steamboat captain, inventor, pioneer Mid-West plate glass manufacturer. born Danville, Conn. Died July 19, 1903. 1815-- Eliza W. B Franrmm, SinB Sing matron, author, civic worker, born in New York. Died Dec. 15, 1854. 1878 -- Grace Abbott, chief of the U. S. Children's Bureau, University of Chicago professor, born si Grand Island, Nebr. Died June 19, 1939. Today In History 1637 -- Anne Hutchinson. mother of 16. brought to trial in Boston in Antimonian controversy -- for "traducing the ministers and their ministry." 1800 -- Congress meets in newly- built Washington for the first time. 1874 -- The Women's Christian Temperance Union formed, in Cleveland. 1880 -- Chinese Immigration Restriction Act put Into effect in California. 1932-- The muoh-souRht-for Col. Raymond Robins, who had disappeared on his way to W h i t e House, found prospecting for gold in North Carolina. 1937 -- The country's steel output at 35% of capacity. 1941 -- Japan's envoy, presumably here to talk peace, received by President Roosevell. 1946-- President Truman orders "to fight John L. Lewis on all fronts." 1950 -- Red China's radio mocks Truman's assertion of non-invasion of China. Today's Birthdays U. S. Senator Herbert R O'Conor of Maryland born in Baltimore, 55 years ago. Justin Miller of Los Angeles, president of the Asso. of Radio and Television Broadcasters, born at Crescent City. Cal., 63 years ago. Dr. Eugene P, Wigner of Princeton, N. J., famous physicist, born in Hungary, 49 years ago. . Crane Wilbur, actor, playwright and producer born in Athens, N. Y., 62 years ago. Theodore O. Thackrey. editor- publisher of the New York Compass, born Kansas City, Kans., 5.0 years ago. Donald M. Nelson of Los Angeles. business man, onetime War Production head, born at 'Hannibal, Mo., 63 years ago. Chester C. Davis of St. Louis. banker, onetime food administrator, born in Dallas County, Iowa 64 years ago. 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Sokolskv Talk--abo 0:45--Dr. Gino Music--abo 1:00--News A Variety--all net» Television Summary 7:00--Cftinedv Show--nbc Genn Autry Film--cbs Paul Whkeman Revue--abe 7:30--Tounjr Mr. Bobbin--nbc This is Show Business--cb» By-Una--abc 8:00--Comedy Hour--nbo Toast of Town--cbs Film for 2 hrs.--abc 8:30-- The PentaRon--DuMont 9:00--TV Playhouse--nbc Fred Warlnj: Show-- c b» Kooky Kins--DuMont 9:30--Plalnclothesman--DuMont 0:00--Red Skelton--nba Celebrity Time--cbs Dr. Graham. Film--abc They Stand Acused--DuAlont O: 3 ?--Leave it to Girls--nbo What's My Line--cbs Youth on Man-v.----v.. EMM1TSBURG--Mr. miJ Mrs. John J. Hollinger »nd daughter Betty Ann, Mr*. Edith Havner and Miss Theresa Peters visited John S. Hollitiger at Indiantown Gap, Pa., on Sunday. . --Th« local fire company met at the Fire Hall room* Tuesday night with President Herbert. Rogers presiding and 27 members attending. Presia«nt Rogers thanked the committee for the work of remodeling the main floor of the Fire Hall. Tht installation of a stoker was announced. It was voted to send cigarettes to the members in the military service. It was decided to conduct a shooting match. The committee in charge will be Ray McGlaughlin, Guy Baker and John Hollinger. The following contributions were acknowledged; Ladies Auxiliary o the American Legion $5; Grange $5: St. Joseph's church $5: Francis Eiker $1. One application for membership was received. Bills from J. W, Rowe, D. Oscar Wolfe, B. D. Martin, Sperry's Garage. Rogers Tire Shop, Cloyd Seiss and Glen D, Culbert Co. wer ordered paid. An expression of aj preciation was given to Leste Wastler for donating the labor fo painl:ng the meeting room and t D. Oscar Wolfe for his free work on the stoker. George Rosenstee was appointed 2nd, asst. fire chief One volunteer to donate a pint o blood was enrolled. He is Edwarc Houck --The Emmitsburg Lions Club met Monday evening in the Luth eran Parish Hall. President C. A Elder presided. A final horse show repart was made by treasurer Dr John J. Dillon inalcailng a prof it-o $250. Plans for the annual charte and ladies' night were made. The program Is to include a skit by local talent directed by Mrs. Robert Daugherty, a take-off show handled by George Wilhide and music by Ralph McDonnell and his orehe.'-tra. Father Michael O'Brien will be master of ceremonies. II was decided to hold the annual Emmiisburg community celebration on Monday. Dec. 24 and George Wilhide was named general chairman and Clarence Hahn was put in charge of advertisement. A zone meetn.g will be held at Emmitsburg m connection with the local club's regular meeting on Dec. 10. J. E. Stoner, of Woodsboro, is Zone chairman. --Roderick Montgomery. U. S. Army is at home on leave of absence with his mother Mrs. Anna Montgomery, West Main street. ·Miss Betty Ann Hollinger. O'Dont.ghu« retired r«c«nttjr from | Mlwr Ethrt WllhW* irpsnt Sahur Towson Teachers College, spent the weekend at the home of her parents. Mr, and Mrs. John J. Hollinger. Thursday night wns held the second class meeting of the school started last Thursday by Herbert Corbin of the Fire Extension School of the U. of Aid. and more are expected to enter t h e class which is held every Thursday night at the Fire Hall at 7'30 o'clock, except on holidays. Completing the course was stressed by Instructor Corbin and Fire Chief John J, Hollinger. Only those completing the course will receive credit and it is necessary to have the class complete the course in order to qualify the Vigilant Hose Company with the Maryland State Fire Insurnnco Underwriters and secure the reduced rate for residents within four miles of the town limits. --Mi. Sidney E. O'Drinofiluic. one of Emmitsburg's distinguished sons, visited friends in town last Saturday while en route from New York City to Asheville, N. C Mr. be present under this degree. If endowed with money by inheritance he may become a captain of industry: if not, he may build up a profitable business of his own. The mind is contented, laborious and adaptable: and stability is a notable characteristic. th* foreign service ot the United States after many years abroad in distent lands, such »f Singapore. Straits Settlement: Salonika and Athens, Greece: Prague. Czechoslovakia; Berlin, Germany; Guatemala, Central America. Havana, Cuba; Mexico City, Mexico; Buenos Aires, Argentina: Sofia. Bulgaria Malta, in th« Mediterranean, and the Hague, Holland. Prior to his departure on the S. S. Nieuw Amsterdam, Queen Juliana decorated him with a gold cross and made him a Knight Commander in the Order of Orange Nassau, one of its highest awards, for his efforts in connection with the mutual assistance program under the North Atlantic Pact. Mr. O'Donoghu* was accompanied by Mrs. O'Donoghue, and visited wtih his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John A. O'Donoghue, at "Bella Vista". --Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd KeUholtz, Washington, spent the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew KeilhiJtz and Mr., and Mrs. E. W. Glass, --Guy A. Baker, Jr., Lamar Green, Francis Adelsberger, Edward Houck, Harry T. McNair, James O. Koontz reported Wednesday morning for their physical examination for TJ, S. service. Clyde Keilholtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Keilholtz has received his physical and expects to be cabled into active service at any time. Keilholtz is employed as a dairy herd tester, working mostly in northern end of Howard and Baltimore counties. --J«.hn Garner, U. S. Army stationed in South Carolina, is home .^pending a leave of absence with his mother, Mrs. Agnes Garner. day evening with Mr. and Mra. Frank Wilhide at Thurmont. --Joseph Gavei 4 visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaver. --Visitor* Sunday 1« the home of F. H. Bircly were Mrs. C. W. Binkley. daughter, Lola, Mr. and Mm. Curtis Smith. Boyds Ladlesburg LADIESBURG -- Mrs. Thomas K?eney is confined to her bed. --Pfc. Roy Lind and Corporal John Hoffa, Fort Bragg, N. C., spent the weekend with the formers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lind. --Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Dixon and family and Miss Catherine Gaver spent Wednesday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaver. --Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith railed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grimes and family at Dickerson Sunday. --Mrs. Monroe Simpson and Mrs. Sterling Ron all of Union Bridge, spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Paul Saylor and family- --Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Crouse «nd Mrs. Sarah Monshaur and «on Charles spent Sunday with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- :er Lind. --Mr. and Mrs. Blair Simpson, daughter, Patsy, spent Sunday vening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otmer Linton and family. Mr. and Mrs. James McBride, daughter, Frances, spent Sunday vith Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marin and family. --Vernon McCoy, of Washing- on, spent from Saturday until VIonday in the home of F. H. Birey and family. -Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith and PUBLIC SALE DEAR! BEEN DRINKIN6 Up OUR $yf»ifttO DAIRY MILKA6AIN! Adults who drink milk regularly will Ifll you H helps »hcm keep lit. A minimum of a pint a day U rallrrt lor --children need at least R quart. E41T PATRICK YT. EXT. FREDEDICU,MD. CHECK THESE FEATURES COOKING WITH GAS IS · QUICK · CLEAN « DEPENDABLE · ECONOMICAL ·eon tfa* Main VIA "Brtotane" GAS C0. 6 Inc. BMC Mt WANTED: FARMERS LIVESTOCK OF ALL KINDS W« Have Th« Bity«rc, Pricw* H*ve Been Good. Demand Heavy. $M O«r Qa«**ti«n In P»p«r BALE EVERT TtJESDAX ITARTING M:«« WOODSBORO LIVESTOCK SALES, Inc. WOODSBORO, MD. Phoa* VTallMnTilfe UM PUBLIC OF VALUABLE REAL PERSONAL PROPERTY IN MtDDLETOWN. MD. fly virtue ot the power of snle in 10 last will of the late Henry C. sbere. nnd in pursuance of nn rdcr of the Orphans Court for Fredrick County, the undersigned, will ffer at public sale on the premises, n Broad Street, in Middletown, Maryand. on the 1st dny of December, f)5J, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m.. 11 of the following described real state, to wit: All that lot of land h«vinjf » front- Re of 80 feet, mo're or less, on the ast side of Broad Street, in Middle- own, and a depth of 201 feet, morr or less, to a 15 fool alley in the rear of thr lot. nnd being all of rhe same real estate which was conveyed to Uie late Henry C. Bemsbei-R, trom Churles E. Ifert and wife, bv deed dnt- od January 31, 1006, and recorded in Liber S. T H. No. 274, at folio 20. one of the land records for said Frederick County The improvements consist of a large frame dwelling containinE 8 rooms and hath, with heat, light and water In the house, and the stable or garage. The property is well located In n quiet residential section of Middletown and could b« divided into apartments. Immediately after the sale of the rpnl pstate the following described personal property will be offered for sale Lot of household and kitchen furniture, including some very old pieces, nn old secretary, washing machine, bureaus, beds, stands, rockers and other chairs, sofa, wash stands, dishes, kettles, pans and other kitchen equipment, porch chairs and other furniture, lot of inch terra cotta tile garden tools, etc. Ti»rms of sale: For personal prop erty. Cash. For the real estate, one third cash on the ratification of th sale and the balance in six months o all cash at the option of the pur chaser, a deposit of IOC. of the pur chase price will be required of th purchaser on the day of sale, and al costs of conveyancing, including th Revenue Stamps, at the expense of th purchaser. MAURICE F REMSBERG Administrator d. b. n. c. t. a Kmmert B. Bowlus, Auctioneer H. K. DcLauter. Attorney dNov. 10. 17, 24 NOTICES "ENJOY SUCCESS WITH-FMS" USC Th« Formula Food For AN Bftbir*Animals That Swfely Replaces Whole Milk Ask yttr fmrrti Feed into fw FMS NOTICE ' No. 17205 EQUITY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FREDERICK COUNTY. IN EQUITY Toe Lovelace vs. Lula Lovelace The object of this Bill is to procure a divorce A VINCULO MATRI- MONTI by the Plaintiff. Joe Lovelace | from the Defendant, Lula Lovelace I The Bill states in substance that the i Plaintiff was married to the Defendant i on the 20th day of January. 1P22, at j Piney Creek. North Carolina, by a , regularly ordained minister of the Gospel; that he has been a resident of the State of Maryland for more than one year prior to the filing of the Bill, .and that the Defendant, Lula Lovelace, is a resident of Sparta. North Carolina: that nine children were born as a result of said marriage, five whom are adults and four of whom are minors: that the parties lived Wether as man and wife until on or about thfe middle of September. 1949, at which time the Defendant deserted and abandoned the Plaintiff in that she has from said date, without just cause or reason, refused to live and cohabit with him as a wife: that the desertion is deliberate and final and with out any reasonable hope or expectation of reconciliation. The Bill prays that the Complainant be divorced A Vmculo Matrimonti from the Defendant, and for jfeneral relief and process. It is thereupon this 20th day of October, 1931, by the Circuit Court for Frederick County, sitting as a Court of Equity, ORDERED that the Plaintiff give notice to the said non-resident Defendant of the object and substance of this Bill by causing' a copy of the same to be published In som» newspaper published in Frederick County once a week for four successive weeks PIi or 1o the 24th da y of November, 1951, commanding her to be and appear in this Court in person or by Solicitor, on or before the 10th day of December, 1951. and show cause, if any she has, why a decree .vhall not 1 be passed as prayed. ELLIS C. WACHTER Clerk of the Circuit Court . For Frederick County C. CUfton Virta for f ELLIS C. WACHTBR. WerX Oolo^pr 20, · BOYDS--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone moved last week from the home of her father, Mr, Arthur Virts, Sr., to an apartment in Frederick. --Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher, Jr.. of Jonesville, N. C., who had been with the Gilliam family for several weeks, moved last week to an apartment in the house owned by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gloyd. The Gloyds have moved back to their former home in Cloppers for the winter months. --On Nov. 9 a surprise stork shower was' given to Mrs. Walter Melvin by her daughter Elinor and Mrs. William Borsey. Many presents were received and refreshments served to about twenty-five persons. --Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nicholson moved into their new home on Nov. 3. Mrs. Nicholson's son, James King and a friend from Bainbridge Naval Station, spent the weekend with the Nicholsons. --Mrs. Ola Grimes is slowly re- euperttln* after her merit Wines* at the home of h«r daughter, Mrs. Daniel Dorsey. --Word was received this week at the sudden death of James Williams, the last surviving son of the late James V.'illiams Sr., who was one of the founders of Boyds. --Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson, the latter the former Mary Ellen Bennett, and their little daughter, Jeft earty Monday morning for Boston. Mass., where Mr. Simpson is stationed at the Navy yard. They expect to make their home there for the next five or six months. --The newly completed road ·through Cloppers was opened to travel on Monday. This road cuts off about three miles of the trip to Gaithersburg, and brings Washington that much closer. Common salt applied to the soil increases the yield of beets. APPLES Grimes--Delicious Stayman--Yorks Sweet Cider WALKER ORCHARDS Mt. Airy74-J P U B L I C SALE FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 23, 1951 Beginning at 6:30 P. M. At Barbara Fritchie Candy Plant, Washington Road Deep well rlectric pump and tank, lot dishes, cooking utensils, fhr*e gallon electric coffee maker, 16 iron lunch chairs, excellent electric rang?, electric movie machine and film, electric drill, 2 electric insecticide machines (indoor use), 2,500 wood spoons. 500 gallon jues, 100 gallon cans, 2 double porcelain sinks, 2 Coca Cola dispensers, 1 Cola cabinet with cold water coils, electric record player and records. 3 FINE NEW GUITARS, BANJO MANDOLIN Instrument cases, old violin, piano boxes, show case. 150 GLASS BUILDING BLOCKS (NEW) Lawn mower, washer, high chair, playpen, Venetian blinds, S lamps, wash stand, auto tubes, lot citric acid, boxes, containers, Jot insect powder, antique iron dog, saws, spigots, nooks, fine electric toaster, two pianos, «"tc. NULL * NULL. Auctioneer* A TJi R. L. KELLY, Clerk A. Hi An Opportunity for Holstein Breeders FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1951 12:30 O'CLOCK At The 26th KEYSTONE HOLSTEIN SALE At the barn on Route 230, just east of Mount Joy, Pa. TWO OUTSTANDING DISPERALS: The milking herd of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Carpenter of Fac- toryvilie, Penna. ' 25 head of milking females sired by such outstanding sires as Pennstate Inka Paul, Burke Fobes Abbekerk and Montvic Rag Apple Gypsic. This herd has led the Lackawanna County Testinjr Association each of the past four years. You will want to see this outstanding herd and when you see them you will want to buy them. The milking herd of John R. Ferguson of Kinburn, Ontario, Canada. This herd includes 25 head from two to seven year olds, rich in kochinvar Breeding, through two of Lochinvar's greatest sons, Monlvic Lorhinvar 10th and Montvic Rag Apple Ajax. One of the herd is classified "VERY GOOD," 23 "Good Plus" and one "Good." This herd has been on test one year. Ten records have been complete with the following results: 2y 478 fat 3.85%; 5y 473 fat 4.19"i; 3y 434 fat 3.66%; 7y 423 fat 3.65%; 2y 407 fat 3.18 %· 3y 431 fat 3.49%; 7y 457 fat 3,64%; 2y 418 fat 4.10%; 7y 510 fat 3.59%: 2y 423 fat 3.02%. These records were made entirely on home grown feeds, and with only pasture during the pasture season. These herds will be in the barn a full week in advance of the Sale, and you are welcome to see them at any time. The offering will include 3 young bulls ready for service. From the herd of Harry B. Wclk Son, a yearling son of t,auxmont L. Dale, out of a dam with 508.8 Ibs. fat 3.59% 14,160 Ibs. milk in 305 days 2x at 7 years of age. AH animals certified and accredited, will be tested within thirty days of the sale, ready to go anywhere. Interstate charts will he Issued at the sale. Bring- your truck. KEYSTONE HOLSTEIN SALES, INC., Pennsylvania's Holstein Market, Mount Joy, Penna. Lunch available at the Sale. Phone: Mt. Joy, Pa. 3-4354 Notice to Breeders: Due to the wide acceptance by breeders of the Keystone Scries as the market for their good cattle, we will hold two sales in December; our 27th Sale on December 14th and onr 28th Sale on December 28th. PUBLIC SALE ANTIQUE FURNITURE, GLASS, CHINA, LAMPS, ETC. Fine collection of antiques to be held in heated Hidings known as Bernie's Dance Arena, opposite 479 West Patrick Street (Route 40 West) in Frederick, Maryland on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1951 AT 10:00 A. M. (PROMPT) TO-WIT: EARLY AMERICAN FURNITURE . Walnut 6 leg drop leaf table with wide leaves in excellent condition, walnut 4 leg drop leaf table, cherry 4 leg drop leaf table, walnut tester bed. small walnut 2-section corner cupboard with glass doors at top and lanel doors at bottom, pine chest of drawers, 2 mahogany Empire chest of drawers, one with old Chippendale brasses, mahogany curio cabinet, walnut settee, Victorian small mirror back loveseat, 5 matched Victorian walnut side chairs fingercarvcd, one odd Victorian fingcrcarved chair, 2 walnut Victorian marble top dressers, marble top walnut .bedside cabinet, mahogany marble top Chippendale stand, solid end washstands. Empire chests and dressers, walnut 2 drawer shaving mirror, pine shaving mirror, old mantlcpiece, maple cane seat chairs, blanket chests, square marble top walnut stand, French gold leaf round marble top stand, antique bicycle, hardbottom chairs, folding chairs, roll top desk, iron coffee mill, cradles, mirrors, 2 copper kettles, bells, metal trays, 3 section gold leaf mantle mirrors, shadow box frames. 2 large walnut deep picture frames, 2 large oval walnut deep frames, 2 large walnut what-nots, 3 schoolmaster's chairs, 2 teakwood ottomans, metal stove base, square leg 2 drawer drop leaf stand. Empire slip seat walnut chair, Windsor solid seat chairs. Stottlemyer ladder back arm chair, ashwood washstand, Currier lithograph "Noah's Ark," gold leaf frames, chairs, stands, other pieces, mostly all good solid pieces, some re- flnished. but mostly all in rough and original condition. CLOCKS--Cuckoo walnut case with hand carved bird ornaments, strikes hour, half and quarter hours, running condition; brass base onyx piano lamp with music rack (museum piece), 5 walnut or mahogany shelf clocks, 30" banjo wall clock, 2 large brass shelf clock. Royal Dalton china mantle clock set with side urn pitchers to match, several china clocks. CHINA, GLASS, BRIC-A-BRAC 3 pc. prism candlebra, 15 pieces fine Bisque. 2 flowered shade hanging lamps, 3 flowered shade table lamps, milk and satin glass lamps, metal and brass base oil lamps, Betty lamps, 12 old beer steins in large and small sizes, Bohemian, satin, milk glass vases, ·bottles, ornaments, lustre pitchers, water sets, berry sets, 6 pc. fish set with platter and plates, C^Ridgeway flowered toilet set complete, milk glass dresser bottles) colored glass, sugars, creamers, salts and peppers, cake stands, compotes, old goblets and wines, Ironstone, odd bottles and pieces of glass and china, bric-a-brac, etc., pair old carriage lamps, and many pieces not listed for all day and evening sale. TERMS--CASH on day of sale, everything sold without reserve. Lunch served, sale in heated building, plenty of parking space free. Come early and enjoy the day--buy your Christmas gifts now, IRISH ALICE'S ANTIQUES, FREDERICK, MD. Sale Conducted by EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer Frederick, Maryland R. L. KELLY, Clerk Announce Schedule F«r Parkway P-TA M«?et The regular meeting of the Parkway school P-TA will be held next Monday evening at seven o'clock. The following schedule has been planned: t to 7:30 p. m.--room visitation to afford parents the opportunity to talk to their children's teacher. 7:30 to 8--business meeting. 8 o'clock--a panel discussion on 'how does your child rate." It wffl be based en the statewide tests *f »pplies to children in this area. Hie panel will be composed of Miss Drucilla Worthington. who will cover the state's skill-testing program; Dr. E. Linwood Myers, who will speak on dental aspects of state testing: and Dr. Forbes Burgess, who will discuss the areas of health and physical examinations given m local schools. The three largest* bi rds in the United States are trumpeter swans, whooping cranes and California Condor*. OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG MEN A crowing concern with 200 stores in 24 States has some open- tags for ambitious younr men who are capable of advancement in the merchandising field. Thorough training in merchandise. Principle «f promoting from within insures continued opportunity. Men are promoted from assistant manager to managers on ability. Managers of large stores are selected from successful manager* of small gtorei. District managers and New York office buyers are selected from successful large store managers. Employes benefits Include group Insurance and a company pa-ld retirement plan. Write giving name, address, family responsibilities, age and experience to BOX 1310, FREDERICK NEWS-POST let Us Shaw You The FarmaH Gub putts--doesn't push a plow. Look at th« picture. The tractor actually pulls the plow. You do better work. Have full control of your plow ALL the time. See us today for a free demonstration of the Farmall Cub, painted white with gold stars and red wheels. Learn how you can purchase the one-pkftv Farmall Gub tractor. Set Its Atari At PURCHASE PLAS H. B. DUVALL Frederick, Md., Phone Frederick 1756 H. C. SUMMERS Jefferson, Md., Phone Frederick 276-J-* MONROVIA SUPPLY CO. Monrovia, Md., Fhona New Market 2441 FARM EQUIPMENT CENTER Xhnrmont, Md., Phone Thuraiont 4201 MERCER JONES SON Dickerson, Md., Phone Bnckeystown Sl« EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY wi, By T!^" 6 of th * P° wer an d authority contained in the Last Will and Testament of Edgar R. Young, late of Frederick County Maryland, deceased, recorded in Liber H.D.R. No. 1, folio 497^ one of the Will Records of the County aforesaid, and pursuant to an Order of the Orphans Court for said County passed on the 6th day of November, 1951, the undersigned will offer at public sale on the premises formerly occupied by the late Edgar R. Youn# located at the southwest corner of the intersection of East Main and Prospect Streets in Middletown, in the County and State aforesaid, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30,1951 at 11:00 o'clock a. m., the following described antique and modern furniture and other miscellaneous personal property, to-wit: Solid walnut chest of drawers, mahogany veneer Empire chest, walnut marble top dresser, Chippendale marble top stand 2 matching pictures with walnut deep frames, 2 blanket chests 10 hardbottom chairs, ladder back rocker, 6 dining chairs, square legged table, old Dutch walnut table, walnut shelf clock, larce mahogany Ogee mirror, Williams "History of Frederick County" 2 volumes; Korrick coverlid, 4 flat irons, lot of ironstone and other antique china and glassware, dough tray, and sleigh bells. Monarch kitchen range, Kenmore washer, kitchen cabinet sewing machine. Hoover electric sweeper, leather couch, oak sideboard, refrigerator, Lehr upright piano, table radio and table, several bridge lamps, Morris chair, several rockers, library table, overstuffed occasional chair and ottoman, overstuffed davenport' 9x12 rug, several scatter rugs, 2 iron beds and springs, 3 oak beds and springs, bureau, several split bottom chairs (hickory), lot of linen, bed clothing, lot of dishes and cooking- utensils. Step ladder, flower stands, kettle and cooker Jacket, tubs bench, lawn chair, lot of small tools, and many, other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. No property to be removed until settlement has been made. At the hour of 2:00 o'clock P. M. on the date aforesaid^ and pursuant to the authority aforesaid, the undersigned will offer at public sale the premises formerly occupied by the late Edgar R Young, deceased, located in Middletown, Maryland, as aforesaid All that lot or parcel of land of which the said Edgar R! Young: died seized and possessed, fronting 73 feet, more or less, oa the south side of East Main Street and running back for depth 230 feei, more or less, improved with a modern, 2-story, slate roof brick dwelling, containing S rooms and bath with attic and cellar.' The property is further improved with' a 4-car frame garage and poultry house. It" includes » modest sized productive garden with flowers, trees (fruit and shade), and shrubs. Heat for the dwelling is furnished by oil burner through a circulating hot air system. The dwelling Is substantially constructed and constitutes a desirable private residence or is adaptable to conversion into apartments. The property may be inspected prior to sale. For appointment phone Middletown 33-M. For title reference see deed from M. H. Oliver Beachlev et ux., to Edgar R. Young, et. ux., dated March 29, 1926, and recorded in Liber No. 356, folio 584, one of th* Land Records of Frederick County. - Possession of the above premises will be given immediately upon ratification of sale by the Orphans Court for Frederick County. State, County and Municipal taxes assessed against the said real estate will be adjusted M «f the date of sale. TERMS OF SALE: Cash on day of cale or ratification thereof by the Orphans Court for Frederick County, Maryland. A deposit of $1,500.00 will be required of the purchaser on the day of sale All costi of conveyancing, including: Federal and State Stamps requisite for the deed, nhall be borne by the purchaser. AMOS A. HOLTER, Executor of the L*st Will and Testament «T Btlirar K. Y« EWMfiftT R, BOWLU, Auction*** RAYMONW I* Hffcl,

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