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tea grandchildren and one great-! sunstroke, the normal methods of : grandson. ' maintaining body heat regulation j g The body is at the funeral home, j seem to be entirely upset. It calls ' * 106 East Church street, from where for prompt and even radical treat- the funeral will take place Sztur- j ment. dav afternoon at two o'clock; inter- j _ _ _ ment in Mt. Olivet cemetery.' 1 ' e f? = ev « e reaction Friends may call after seven o'clock I Heal exhaustion is a less severe this evening. M. R. Etchison f ea ^°° V ^^T. or excess j ve Son. funeral directors. Deaths Mr*. J»ka K. »t«tU«yer Mrs. Susan E. Stottlemyer. wife of John R. Stottlemyer. died suddenly at her home, 1504 North Market street. Thursday morning at 12.15 o'clock, aged 72 years. Mrs. Stottlemyer was a daughter of the late Daniel M. and Rebecca Gaver Wolfe, of Highland- She was a member of the Beaver Dam Church of the Brethren. Surviving are her husband, five daughters, Mrs. Harry King, Mrs. Irvin Stride, Doctor Savs: AVOID EXPOSVBE TO PBEVENT SUNSTKOKE. HEAT EXHAUSTION Br EDWIN P. JORDAN, MJ. Written for NEA Service Serious sunstroke or heat stroke is accompanied by loss^ of consciousness. The face has a. peculiar reddish flush and the skin is hot and dry. Fever sometimes goes up Local Mention* Attention M Saturdty night is tuest night at the Home. Bring your guest and join the crowd for a most enjoyable evening. Good music, good food and a fine time. New Paper 80 Inches Wide Gold. Blue. Rose. Green, and Natural Backgrounds S1.29 Pair . Paper drapes for children's rooms ' Paper Hanging CHARLES H. BAKER Phone 1529-J 906 Hotter Avenue Frederick: Mrs. Mary Baker, near to 109 or more. Both the pulse and Lewistown; Mrs. John Justus. Bal- · Breathing are abnormal. It is an timore; Mrs. Mabel Kehne, at home: I extremely dangerous condition, oae son, Ira W. Stottlemyer. Fred- 1 Those patients who survive for erick; three brothers. Caleb Wolfe. J two days are likely to recover, but j Detoun Daniel Wolfe. McKaig: Al- i ^ey are usually highly susceptible bert Wolfe. Highland; one sister, i to heat in the future and their Mrs. Victor Kline. Pen Mar. Pa.; j memories are often impaired. In Fireworks Display Monday Night. Juiy 5th at . Walkersville Firemen's Carnival Lengthy. Spectacular, Beautiful. Free Parking COME VEBY EARLY SECRETARY | and play rooms--9Sc paii-. i HENDRICKSON'S Our Office and Yard Will be Closed July 3rd and 5th GEORGE S. RODOCK SON Uncle Cal's Barn Dance EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Bernie's Arena in Frederick Polar-Air Cooled Pavilion Home of the Paul Jones Admission 50c, Tax included i Public Sale Notice I On Wednesday. July 28. I will i Reliable Cleaners. 37 E. Patrick , at 102 East 8th street. Fred- ; street, will be closed from July 5 ^ erick, Md.. lot of household f urni-: thru July 11. ; ture. See ad later. « iTTT: .. _ ', , Do You Kno-.v? ', i We issue fishing licenses, have a j j complete line of hard to get fishing ; | tackle and your agen: for that ; f Break I our Save the pieces. Lenses can be duplicated from broken piece*. | i'vvo to tour hours. | Eyes Examined--Glasses Fttted i Complete Eyeglass Service ! MAAS OPTICIANS 242-A N Market Phone 1951-W Xfcw«k Frederick. 1UL Tkmdaju Jlvlv V194* MRS. CATHERINE TOBERY j Null and Null Auctioneers jAlvie M. Etzler. Clerk Festival At Mi. Carmel ; famous Evinnide outboard motor ! Tonight J u l y 1. home-made and boats. Stop by and sw us ; cakes, candies: c o u n t r y ham.; DELPHEY S SPORT STOKE The Shookstown Ball Club . hold a festival on Friday eve- j . July 2nd. at the Shookstown i bail field. There will be plenty of j music, cake walks, and amusement. ' j chicken salad, hot beef and fire- '· place wienie sandwiches. Music, i Everything for the Fishermen Office Chat On Inflation At 6:45 P. M. Over WFMD FRIDAY. JULY 2ND. By P- L. Romsburg heat - ll * related to sunstroke; Amos B. L. Haller ·however, most physicians differen: tittte betvi een heat exhaustion and Notice Dr. Lansdale will be out of town July 2, to July 6 inclusive. Amos B. L. Haller, well-known' sunstroke because the latter is so resident of 417 East Potomac street. »"ch more dangerous. In heat ex- j Brunswick, formerly of Frederick. | haustipn. the principal symptoms i died at the Frederick Memorial are dizziness, excessive sweating,Hospital Wednesday afternoon at j decrease in the amount of urine.; 3:07 o'clock after an illness of a feeling of great iveakness. pale- Paper Hanging ARTHUR D. LAMBERT, 8 East Church Street Phone 53-J three weeks, aged 54 years. He was a son of the late Amos B. and Wesley Anna Reach Haller and had been employed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company for 39 years as a machinist. Mr. ness and rapid pulse rate and breathing rate. Ordinarily, people do not become unconscious with heat exhaustion. \ Sometimes muscles of the abdomen or the limbs develop pain of a Haller was a member of the F. O. £. I cramp-like nature. The mouth A Bellows Party At V. F. W. HOME Tonight Members and Guests Complete Line Of Sprays and Dust For AH , Inject Pests s 501 DDT for Jap Beetles ; Rotenone dust for Gardens s Basic Copper dust for tomato blight · j Fly and Mosquito spray j : Bug Blaster ,,. $1 9S ' i Endopest 79c · j All kinds of sprayers ·· We have Preen--it cleans and j waxes woodwork, furniture and Aluminum Roofing i It's tough, it Lasts, it's Economical j Very low cost per year of service · Aluminum cannot rust or corrode. Costs less than !5e per square ft. at SEARS FARM STOKE 40 S Market Street Drive Out--Drive In !S a. m. to - a. m Chicken In the Basket Junb-o Shrimp Ranchburgers T-Bones Eat and Relax m Your Car at THE SNACK EAR. Jet. U. S Route 40 and 40-A Picnic Lunch Complete Take Out Service Phone !iS3-J-^ Local Mentions Fieht »ni Kill Japcae*e B«ttle Use Prait's DDT Concentrate Spray Sold at CARMACK'S GROCERY Landscape Serv*ee Digging. Cesspools. Cellars. Trenching. Grading. Sodding. Wrecking. General Hauling WM. STEVENS. j 2 Water St. Phone 1994-R i LOST AND FOUND LOST--SUM OF MONEY IN OR VERT close to Stun** Store. June 26 Kr- ward $150.00 if returned like found to WIU Harshman. Lewistown Md C-30d2t* GRAY COAT TAKEN BY MISTAKE ,, ** Braddock Heights dance June 18. will exchange for owners tan coat Phone Braddock Heights 2031. «-30d3i SlTliATlO'S WANTED For Sale Yellow Transparent Apples | FLANAGANS ORCHARD i Phone 168. Thurmont. Md. POSITION WANTED AS WORKING manager of dairy iann. in desirable locaUoa, house with modern conveni- I ' nces. Other buildings and equipment S K Paper ARTHUR D LAMBERT. S East Church Street Phone 53-J For ira.ir--Late Plants Flat Dutch C.ibbj;:e. Tomato*. Co'ory. Broccoli. Cauliflower IVppeis H FRANK POLAND. 1504 C«'l!c;:t.' Avenue j FOK SALE--K-6 MODEL 3S INTEIt- ; national truck. Phone Middleiown j U339. _7-Jd3f 1 j FOK SALE -- SEVERAL CHILD 1 ! ' '. dresj»-» and kirfc. i S«::s«f sood a* ne' ! references exchanged. A " L i Upper-viHe. Va. 7. ld2f FOR SALE k:r«j. siie 9 to 12 ' FOR SALE -- MASSEY -H A H R 1 S w. Also 2 niet\'s suits. I tractor mower, traiier ivpe." Good ·» S rS lrjd «" i: »- Phone " \Valitersviile . FOR SALE-- ONE~ --**""-.-- --~--~. ,,_,, * - * * _ , ' ton Ford truck and body one FOR SALE-- METAL STROLLER l'J3 ", h°S feeder, one three bor.o~i v.,,-. E 6th St 7-ld3t- ! Pioi»- two Magic Chef gas ranges con- Office Will Be Closed From July 5:h to July !6:h DR. FRED B. KEKNE Plants For Sale CHESTER L. GSOVE. '· 103 E S:h S'.. Phone 1285 : FOR KENT FOR RENT Hilbide C«al Company , Place. Phone 7-!5GJ or. good New Just Received '43 mode! S-ts. Notge co.-tinion. on f. Pho=e re{floors. Try it. , frigeratory; Tapp:'.:. Bottled gas ; Call us up--Phone 19--We deliver ranges. · QUYNN'S HARDWARE STORE - FREDERICK WELDING CO., Be-i- ^ __ rubber. ·J. 6. S and 52 t::ch cemen! block i ^OK RENT -- LARGE~FRONT BED"- j viiu. ,,,,_ , , , , , , ,, ,, . _ , , ,, H.E-T,. I room for 2 or 3 sentieinen. Board i-osf--Ciic- rr..~ -- - - -MXEDIATE D K L 1 \ E R \ 1 ,; dc^rcd. A PP !y 21» Wsshmston Si , SALE ~ HCBER SCPER-SU- · -- :.iresner. clover seeder at- Phone S9 No. 1196. the Loyal Order of Moose, the K. of'P.. all of Brunswick and the A. F. of L. Machinists Union » Surviving him are " nis v.-if e, Mrs. Katherine Angevine Haller; one daughter. Mrs. Ethe! Dean Barger, temperature is likely to be below normal or only slightly raised. Heat exhaustion tends to come on I much more slowly than sunstroke. 1 Mountain Theater Presents "HEAVEN CAN WAIT" Tonight thru Saturday For Sale j At Colesville Heights near to ] Silver Spring. Md.. 18 lots unre- j corded), approx. 15 acres, dwelling I on the property, additional land if j Patrick at · Phone btreet Wax Makes window cleaning a dream. · FOR Col'cee Terrace. Phone 1016" -.ndcr. 8 ft. cut: M b.xt r in tf i J* ra . d! "' ^r 0 - ~ 5 manure spreader, grain ^-30dtf_ ! bu«t.-r h2ir-.iier.nSII. nearly V«" Rest in a cool place for quite a Special bus leaves, opposite Blue j desired. Corner lot in Frederick: : dwrflin* ="d lots at Doub« W i l l , long time may be enough to take j Brunswick: two sons. William L. | care of heat exhaustion but other i and Norman C. Haller, both at i measures are also necessary. j home: two sisters and one brother, i Both sunstroke and heat exhaus- j Mrs. Myrtle Bamhart, Mrs. Alice! tion can be prevented merely by Keller, J. C. Haller, all of Bruns- avoiding unnecessary exposure. In ·uri-ik. Mr. Haller rests at the funeral home, 106 East Church street. Funeral services v.-it! take place moderate climates there is usually no excuse for getting these unfortunate reactions at all. from there on Saturday morning. . . . at 11 o'clock with interment in Mt. j Note: Dr. Jordan is unable to Olivet cemetery. M. R. Etchison j answer individual questions from and Son. funeral directors. j readers. However, each day he I will answer one of the most f re- j Bus Terminal at 8 p. m. (dst), returns after performance Each Thursday and Saturday Reservations at Smoke Shop 52 North Market St. Phones 2323 and 1029 or Braddock Heights 3921 Carroll White iouenthT Mked"au7«toM*"^ ^ I F ' H ' S ' Alumni Ass'n. Inc. Carroll White died June 29 i ^lurnn lotions « h-s ! BANQUET CANCELLED at bis home in Kansas City. Mo., j " i Due to lack of interest by Alumni at the age of-eighty-seven years, i THE DOCTOR ANSfVEBS: 'members as shown by the very Mr. White married the late Carrie j QUESTION: I am 16 years old, · small number of tickets sold. E. Grove, daughter of Manassas J. j six feet tall, and still growing, j Money will be refunded at Y. M. Grove, of lame Kiln. I What can I do to stop growing? i C. A. F. Grove White, formerly of this city and now of Winchester, Va.. ANSWER: So far there is nothing that can be used to stop is a son of the deceased. Sue M. growth except In the rare cases Van Bushkirk. a daughter, and j when it is caused by some condi- Leonard A., Eugene Carroll and | tion of the glands--usually the Bernard C. White, sons, all of I pituitary gland Kansas City, also survive. Funerals The funeral of Catherine Eliza Clem, who died on Sunday evening at her home at Rocky Ridge, was held on Wednesday with services at ML Tabor Lutheran church at two o'clock conducted by Rev. Richard Miller assisted by Elder Elmer P. Y Schildt. The choir sang "'The Way Of The Cross Leadeth Home," and "Abide With Me." Pallbearers were Floyd Wetzel. Edward Schildt, Lester Fox, Cameron Eigenbrode. Horace Smith. Roy Dittennan. Burial in cemetery adjoining church. M. L". Creager "and Son. funeral director. Dance will be as scheduled Adm. $1.00 tax incl. Election of Officers For Rent Large store room--Plate glass dwelling and lots at Doubs. Will ] price low with terms. S. T. 1UCKMAN , P. O. Box 341--Silver Spring, Md. ' Transparent Apples 75c bushel and up WEVERTON ORCHARDS Weverton, Md. Venetian Blinds Complete Renovating Service New Custom Made Blinds As Low as 50c Square Ft. Aluminum or Sleel For estimate without obligation call VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE Phone Frederick 2092 FOSTER'S HARDWARE Custom Haling: GLENELLEN FARMS. Ijarnsville. Md Phcne New Market "013 Definitions to Remember "An accident is a sudden unexpected event." j Wise men carry insurance to j protect them against the possibility i of financial loss arising from "ac- ! I Von Pay No More For The Best · ' So why not use- the best. For the , : best in moving call i I MEADOWS VAN SERVICE j Hisiitl Your Home IN SPUING VALLEY 60ft. frontage lots 5!.500 All improvements Motter Av?. Opposite !3tb SL ! at rcnUurasil or phone Thurmont 32- i P' ow - right hand No 20 horse nlow J R . _6-3QdGt j | v '"°, cf! , llanr| N "°- 20 ho.-se plows. j FOR RENT -- FURNISHED" ROOM , erollCf- P .^.l" r F " rdso! i h **vy Cat- far 2 gentlemen. Twin beds. Private { Jlnnlcr jnhn n- V £ Dr v~ lr)i; corn I b;ith_.'.2.-, N._Markol Slrcc:. i;-30dtf ] QO« ,,;. ,?*",, ~?ei ln°"ao" *"· I FOR RENT--A VERY ATTRACTIVE ! «d nVa'v he Ee'eR on mv^fa^m for" I , a p '· desirable location. Po«. Aug. merlv Lei-ite'- Fartni ori De'e- Pa-!c ] 1st Nr» f - S » ! r t r « « Ann!.. K«. I A . * ^ » · ,, Tn.»«l « , ^-.- ._ . _ " *·!.*:. next to bath. Phone 1215-J. 318 . '2 W _ I L_-' 9 - Middletnwn. Md 7.3 3d2t -2SdCf i FOR SALE--ASTER"PLANTSrSuXED j Park^Ave.^ Phone 677 Weekly trips to Ballimore and Washington. ! FOR RENT--SANDER AND EDGER , Plenty o£ sandpaper: varnishes and : C F Hartman. Ea colors. 13e per doz. 234 E' Gth St. '-Jd3f _ _. _ . ,,,, ,,_ _ j t Carefully He-paired and Adjusted j Trederick Phone 1334 and 5*8 cidents." Get vour next policy from RALPH W. BOYER Boyer Insurance Agencv No. 1 North Court Street Tele. 2214 Announcing The Opening COLES JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING 323 North Market Gt. by Watchmaker with long experience Jewelry and Clocks Rrpaired TYLER'S JEWELRY STORE :t Street. , BUILDINGS ARMY SURPLUS" ~^,'^^ : ~^:^: '° ?s.-cmb!c. 20-X2Q-. 5-24dtf ; S309.PO _De!iver'ies by 'truck ~ direct WANTED 1 Burtnrr's Market ! Sliced Bacon f . Salvage Highest market prices for Waste · Ham . Paper. Rags. Metals. Iron. Tires. . Smoked Jowl Ment . Hides. Greases, etc. ! Sea Foods j WANTED -- WASHING i deliver. Phone I879-W. R3 C Ib. ! North Bentz St. 75c Ib. j WANTED -- TO RENT AT ONCE?" 35C Ib. · C"n,, n t- j= oo to . Penn S.a. Surplus or -.vrile For Sale: I Beams. Angles. Chan- j Jumbo Shrimp and Small Shrimp. ' Peter Pan Club Presents Clark Sheetenhelm and his Orch. E\T:RY SATURDAY NITE ^Phone Buckeystown 45-F-ll For Reservations this afternoon to spend the Fourth of July weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Renner. of Baltimore, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son, James Franklin, June 24 at the Bon Secour Hospital. Baltimore. Mother and son are getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Flook and son.. Donald-have returned to their ^ . . , , , , _ . home in Pittsburgh after a week's Funeral services for airs. Vir- visit with fais parents air and Mrs gimaE Rigler, near Oak Orchard Oscar FIoofc Bruns , v£ck ·were held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the funeral home at Winfield. with Rev. Donald Davis officiating. Pallbearers were Willie Dudderar. Howard Cantwell, Clifton Dudderar, Walter Zimmerman, Snader Baker and 'Roy Stoner. Interment was in Linga- Personals i Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Grove ! and children, Dawson and Tommy i , -- - this city, are spending the summe- j show w «»«Jows. Located downtown J months with their aunt. Mrs. Byron | ""* twri * nnr= frnm 1Wa " t « f «*--«· ' E. Hughes, of New York citv. at i her summer cottage at Braddock' ness or suitable for office occu-! eral hauling, cleaning cesspools. Heights. Mr. Hughes was to arrive i from Market Street, j Digging: Cesspools. Cellars, location for mercantile busi- \ trenches, grading, wrecking, gen- nore cemetery, Unionville. Waltz, funeral director. C. M. Funeral services for Mrs. Clara D. Hood, wife of Chester R. Hood, Mt, Airy, were held at the late residence Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev. Arthur C. Day officiating. The service was largely attended and there were many flowers. Solos were sung by M.iss Olive Mount, accompanied by Mrs. Norman Etzaer. Pallbearers, nephews of the deceased, were Donald and Reuben Leatherwood, Marshall Hood, Fulton Green, Frank A, Conaway and Ray Simpson. Interment was in Pine Grove cemetery. C. M. Waltz, funeral director. Among The Sick Mr. Edgar A- Liday, Thurmont. who underwent a major operation recently at the Washington County Hospital. Hagerstown, remains in a critical condition. Mrs. W. Atlee Horine. OBurkitts- \-ille, -who underwent an operation two weeks ago at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, is reported to be gradually improving. Mr. Harry L. Kiracofe. 902 North Market street returned to his home on Wednesday from the Frederick Memorial Hospital where he had been undergoing treatment for several weeks. His condition is said to be very much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Garland S. Guyton. Burkittsville. have returned home from a visit of several days at Atlantic City, -where Mr. Guyton attended the sessions of the National Association of Retail Grocers. Mr. M. G. Chisholm. for about a M. D. HARP AGENCY Real Estate Pythian Castle Bldg. Phone 729 Public Sale Valuable antiaues at Taneytown. Md.. Friday. July 2, 1948, at 10.00 j a. m., at my home in Taneytown. my complete collection of fine antiques re-finished furniture, old glass and china. See full list. MRS. ALLEN F. FEESER. Taneytown, Md. Emmert R. Bowlus, Auctioneer. R. L. Kelly, Clerk. septic tanks, closets, mowing, plowing lots. AUGUSTUS TYERYAR Phone 1352 13 Winchester St. nel iron. Reconditioned Pipe, etc FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY. 310 Chapel Alley Crab Meat. Haddock Fillet. Croakers, and Trout Ripe Bananas and Phone 383 Frank Gaslley Sons Frederick. Md ! Ice Cold Watermelon;:. Prices lower room house. Prefer unfurnished, for A 7-ld3t' U F0a SALE--1938 CHEVROLET~BUS. capacity 33. A-l condition. Price reasonable. Anply " ~~ ' ace. ner.r State Eimer_Tresler. 6-30d4f i FOR SALE -- "48 MERCURY~Fdui; WANTED__ T 0 BORROW S3^0ol~CAN , o £'£ri "-^' , hc ? !cr ' low - m l ! eaSe. give best of security. Write Frcd'k.'-- News-Post 2602. 6-29d3f j WANTED TO RENT--3 OR 4~ care CUnc's Furniture Store ' Spinet--Pianos I Shipment arrived, are greatest j value for money. Several used pi- | anos reasonable. | THE PLAXO SHOP 362 WEST PATRICK ST.. Frederick. ?.Id. nai-al officer and family. Will be' located in Frederick for over a vear Call 1191 Ext. 223. G 2- ' - i WANTED -- UNFURNISHED APART| ment- Young couple, no children EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC SALE OF 332 Park Ave. G-2-!d«f WANTED--GOOD USED CARS. WE will pay top dollar for your used ,, ~ *: ,, ,, , ; : : ^ VALUABLE APARTMENT BUILDING i car. or we win sen your car for v 4th and N. Market Street AND · at your price for a 10% handli For Eajtle-Picher handling ADJACENT LAND IN FREDERICK j charge Sell now while high prices flTV * orevail Rrlnff vmtf r-nr- *nr4 tiftA (» -M!C. Terms. Snack Bar. Rt. No. 40. 6-30d3t« FOR SALE-- WOODEN Samuel H. Youn 30S N. College 6-30d4f __ FOR SALE -- A.K.C. REGISTERED Cocker Spaniel puppies. Mrs. Robert H. Routznhn. 405 East Main St Middletown. Md. Phone 63 -M^_J^30d3t FOR SALE-- REFRIGERATORS~67~7l 8. D. and 10 cu. ft. S199 to S410.00. W. J, Long. Electrical Appliances. Mid- d!etown. Md. C-30d3t Thc CITY FOR SALE--OR TRADE. LATElMCJD"- ·· tn«.i1a!inn -nH f^alr. inc undersigned. Executor of the j today The Frederick Motor Co, 117 ^ Jf^^^J^^Eagle- Last Will and Testament of G. Ncvin! West Patrick St Phone 1092 4-2dtl Dance Dance Dance COOP'S LUNCH Door Prize Friday Nite Music by Personality Boys Featuring Percy Johnson Picher Aluminum Storm Wtodows 1 Hebert. late of Frederick County. and Dcors see H J Kester. phone i Maryland, by virtue o£ the po\ver and ' *i19 T T7R F Third «!· frfrierir-^ 'authority contained in the Last Will ',»J rederlck. . apd Testamcnt of t hc said G. Nevm Md. » FREDERICK HOMES ! prevail Bring your car and tlue in i el rnotorcycle. Priced very reason' ' ~ - - - - - - - ably. Must sell. H. Krantz. Jr.. Mt. Airy. 6-30d3t* _ I Reberi. deceased, and an order of the INSULAT- ' Orphan's Court of Frederick County. ING COMPANY OLD DISABLED DEAD ANIMALS Quickest sanitarv removal If It's too ! Call late for the doctor - -· erick 1279 FOR SALE--MASTER DELUXE 1940 Chevrolet business coupe S75O.QO .11 too- .. r 6-30dlt o u c j Maryland, dated June 14. 1948. xviil j offer for sale on the premises at ! 1005 Motter Avenue in Frederick City, i telephone charges Always on the Job Fred- FOR SALE _ TIMBER. STAJCDIXG. ! pay j 155.000 board feet. Near Frederick d-tf Notiee : Notice I The Frederick Beautv School I Robert E. Lee Hotel Bldg., j Will not conduct night classes j the"rights." vvays""cascments "and a'p^ ! during the months of Julv, Aug. purtenanccs thereunto belonging or in 1 " | any wise appertaining, and together HELP WANTED Phone 1729-J. 6-30d3t i Frederick Countv. Maryland, on | SATURDAY. JULY 17. 104S. , . . .. i a t 30:00 A. M. 'D.S.T.) the followinR | WANTED--GIRLS FOR PART-TIME ! dcnce 'Uttlestown. Pa. 163-M. : described real estate, together with [ sales work. Experience necessary- ' 6-30d6t* FOR SALE--NEW JOHN DEERE 10- ft. power grain binder on rubber. Aoply CJair D. Warley. Lincoln W«y -- j West. York. Pa.. R. D. G. Phone resi- Apply Surplus Salvage. 28 E. Patrick. ! FOR SALE -- FOUR BUHNER NEW _ 7r ld r^ _ j Perfection oil range Phone -*43-W * ~ . . . . . . - - - - - - - HELP WANTED -- MILK TRUCK 6-30d3t* j In order to give our employes a ! For Sale I cemin^ 6 ne^on^^^olertv^'lSca'tcd I Driver white, married man prefer- i FOR SALE-- BRAND NEW NATION: ·vacation, our plant will be closed, Two 7-iL electric Frigidaircs. | therein anf thereon? P ' I TM? n Writ" B^x 3oSs d F«d S eHek%e ws ' B/f' 2 J ^^"""Si """S *S S°' E! S C ' " w " te Box 300B F c - j the entire week of July 4th. Our , new: 1 9-ft. electric Frigidaire. new: i All those lots and parcels of cround : i office, however, will remain open ' i Norge electric range, like new: i f! tuatc - Ivln e and I'eine on jhc West, e ws 1 ^ s - Onr Plant Will Be Closed Our office will be open vacation week 8.30 to 12.00--1.00 to 5.00 and Saturday morning. FLEISCHMAN-- Cleaners year secretary of the Brunswick B. O. Y.' M- C. A., has tendered his resignation to the board of di- j For annual vacation July 5 to 12th. rectors, effective Sept. 1. or earlier. ' to accept a position with the Y. AL C. A. organization in Canada. - Miss Jane Staley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McDuell Staley, of near Knoxville. accompanied by a party of girl friends of Baltimore, left last week on a vacation motor trip through the West. They plan to be away several weeks. j Mr. Robert W. Xelley. a student j of Capital University, Columbus.! O., is spending the summer with j his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kel- ! ley. Hagerstown, formerly of Bruns- | wick. New Games--New Thrills WANTED-WAITRESS-GOOD McGec Buy Or Sen Hotel Stock Local Bank Stocks Potomac Edison Co. Ox Fibre Brush Co. Union Mfgl Co. A. B. COLLMUS, Frederick, Md. 29 Court Street Paper Hanging WORK GUARANTEED . -one power used lawn mower, one · and being the same propertv that was ] manent employment. Chance - -- - - - - - for i bla jsh-IJr- hand used lawn mower 2 floor ·· conveyed to G. Nevm Rebert and advancement. Transportation furnish-1 Jr -- Buckevstown pike, l mile fans nearlv n»xv ' j Naomi S. Rebert. his wife, ithc fnid ed. Apply Manager Singer Sewing | o£ Fred. Phone Fred. 2173-J-2. black and tan cooncr. John B. Offutt. Buckevstown pike, l mile south L. N. Winpigler Phone 2334-R fans, nearly nexv. BERICIE'S 469 West Patrick Street . ."Ul'ml ~y, AV=:uvi l. t i l ? » i l ' \ ; t l . i l l ^ o.ilu cu. ·r^KH'J' A*AMIli|^(;r ^ l I l K C r 2C\V j Naomi S. Rebert havinc predeceased Machine Co.. 72 South Market St. 6-23d3t Car Accessories Spotlights Electric Gas Caps Radios. Radiator Cleaners. Car Rugs Grille Guards For Lights Tail Pipe Extensions Polish and Wax. Chrome Tire Rims. Many other accessories for your car at low prices. WEIL BROTHERS, INC., Frederick We Will Be Closed r.Ionaay. , Julv 5th ARCTICAIRE, INC, ' ths said G. Nevin Robert' by H. Kief-! For Sale Marigold and Zinnia Plants 224 EAST SEVENTH ST. Announcement We are pleased to announce that we have opened a used car display 1 lot on South Court Street, south '· Paperhansing' WM. J. SHREVE Ph. 2173-R 121 E. 6th Street A nis propcriv 15 iruuruv i;u i;v a f ----·^r^: z=r * - · ' - - - -- Iar E c modern " apartment d-.velii.ng. j WANTED -- MARRIED MAN FOR : FOR SALE -- 1 MODEL C : containing six apartments, five o f ; faril a na dairy work. S135 per i tractor. 1 Mode! L Case tractor. j which are now rented, the cross rent- ; month. 4-room house, growing gar- | both on new rubber Several pood j aH from shc'c five ar.-nunting to the | dcn - milk, fuel and 300 Ibs. of meat used threshing machines on rubber isura of S305 00 per month: the sixth j 'on pole) furnished. ' 3 -day off on Sat- . Evans Hardware Co., Woodb ; ne Md j apartment is the first floor apartment. ! urday. References required. Phone . 6-29dSt former!v occupied bv the owner and i Buckeystown 80-M. P. R. Noel. Ad- · "has been reserved from rental by the i amstown. Md- 6-30d2f FOR SALE -- 1941 INDIAN SCOOT motorcycle. Good condition. John Fruit Auction Friday. July 2. a iundersicned for occupancy by the new . HELP WANTED -- SALESLADY. 25 : Warrenfe'ltz ' fWolfsville) 3^-ersviile 4 · owner or for rental by such r.ew oivn- ' to 35. Some sewing experience. : Md. Phone 2322 ~6-2Sd3f ' ' er. ; Permanent employment. Apply Man- ' ifot? C A T · The five apartments r.o-.v rented are · ager Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 7 2 : -" ° J f ; well furnished, cnc!i apartment bsmj: j S. Market Street 6-30d4t ! - *"», ^ ia . Mrs. Charles E. Kelley. of Bruns- ! So Convenient wick and Hagerstown. observed | To pick uo vour order at Scott ' : of the Amoco Station. You are and get your produce her 80th birthday, at the home of i-Key Liquor Store. Loading and tin- '· invit ed to visit us for a demonstra- ' end^ her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. j loading permitted in this" block i t * on of our "used cars and trucks ; 5i8 WEST SOUTH f and Mrs. C. Earl Kelley. Hagers- j Beer by the case town. ' Cans and No-Return Bottles Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Poole. and j 28 W. Patrick St. Phone 1946 proper bv thc ia:~ ov.n-_r .-,^ .·; ni=c!o;ed by the · listed below. ' J- Lease. Auctioneer. . Plsi of Robert's Addition THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. I ^- ^- Kelly. Clerk i?^TMTM'?^ ;n pial Book 3 "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" ding horse. Desirable for rid:~ 7 L ! ng. driving and garden work, priced ers will be fresh between Aug. 15th- Next to Bus Station) Phone 1092 Famous Entertainers Every Night ! Fine Csed Cars and Tracks j 1948 Ford Super Deluxe Fordor daughter Jean. 1412 Xorth Market ; street are spending a week near j Prince Frederick. i Edward Fourth stree' at Camp Penn. born, Pa- Mr. and Mrs. ClagettsvUle. Washington Mrs. Clarence ~Mr. David Barrick. Y. M. C. A.. '", Ferris Wheel. Catapult Merry Go j 1936 Ford Fordor Public sale FrrfcrljaiEN-: WRITE IMMEDIATELY FOR I SepjT ISO,. AuTfoi; oaTer hei'eri to ..... .,,,, -- J. Foho full information how to eitabhsh ; he fresh in September Ediviti Grimes 3. one of the Pin; Books in s'rc Office profitable Rawleigh business in part, v.'est Friendship. Phone Svk-sviUe of ih* CScr'; of ;hc Circu-.' Court for! »' c *'" of Frederick. You will be sar- i 33P-W-11. 6-29d3t' At my home. Roseraont. Bruns- pro wick, on Saturday afternoon. July l"3. at 4 o'clock, the following: Acety- ^r; ',"{i'e' inVereV; ~of""the ' Rawlf.gh's. Dept. MDF^S2-I43. Ches- t:v.it.r.s ccc:cat:ons for ' . . . . . .. this city, spent his \-acation at the ; Round. Kiddie Rides. Etc. home of Mr. Sherwood Stone. Yel- : ' 1947 Ford. 1 ton stake Mountain Theater Patrons '· 1942 Ford. 2 ton stake Mrs. Benjamin Lambert, · Special bus leaves each Thursday ' 1940 Ford *~ ton pickup Mr. Steiner S. Cramer. Woods- : low Springs. boro. who has been ill for the past' Mr. and M. ,,.__,,.,- . seven weeks, is improving ar.d is Point of Rocks, are the Barents of ana Saturday during season from 1939 Ford -~ ton pickup now able lo be up several hours a daughter. Nancv Ann", born at i Blue Ridge Tenrslnai 8 p. m. (d=t. ; 1932 rord 2 tor. stake each day. : the Eir.ergencv Hospital on June' Re^ras after nnal curtain. 11931 Ford 3 - ton picku Mrs. Edgar Rudy. Mt. Airy, who j 24. ·^.ii-Sjred her hi? when she fell a i l her home Tuesday evening, was removed to University Hospital, Baltimore, in the C. M. Waltz ambulance, j Mrs. Mabel Johnson. New York j City, who was visiting in West-1 minster, was removed Tuesday j night to University Hospital. Bal-! Garbage and Ash Collection Notice Local Mentions Bingo Thursday Nignt. ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE 2 Jack Pots--15 and 10 Wins pickup ;-- i These cars and trucks are in Public Sale .good shape and reasonably priced. Saturday. July 3. 3943 at 12.00. Visit our new lot on South Court noon, at the Weast home in Mon- ' street south of Amoco Station for a demonstration THE FREDERICK 3.7OTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Phone 10st2 , For Kent Store roorr:. 6il Xorlh ?7arket St. Immediate possesiicn. Phone 346-V.". Live In Florida's Fastest Grov.-:ng Citv. Homes for Sale from S2.500.00 : subject strce*_: ; I At -.he recer.t.y the nren-r. fe-.v oiher *ondl prr7 ccr.c!i:=.o- of '.'-.f abnve saic. ' rt:cr.cd ·*..'' x'.s-a c:Tc-r one ' p ircr^-r^ Srcc^ ^v Strsttr.n · 'j.\cr t--~ ; ::i c.".".crt-o-: \/;th ; .o ; : -%t the *-'.-.*:? '..T~.e a , c...""C'^':^ ,'f*f".^ of per- u-o^1 !·' Tn* ov,r.cr :n :I ;r.e pre:.~.i:cs wjli be' BOARD OF ZOXnCG APPE.4LS · FOH SALS--KOTJSE. SMALL 3AKX. 20 seres of finest 3ond. on hard road. 4 nv!es north of Frederick, just . : off Route 15. Dan Wight or vour a-ent- 6-25aSt FOR SALS -- F.OTOTTLLEH. PRAC- tica!2y new. 2 Xorva Ave. Phone ·5C3-J. 6-25d6t Terrr.5 of of the C^^r'. FOR SALE--1947 CUSHMAX HOTOH . . . scooter. A-l condition. After S D. is hereoy given by the Board ; w . Phone 2097. 6-25d6t" s Appeals that it will hold , . i h-.' order a public hearing on T. the day of sale irovia. South of New Market j Horton electric washer, Thor ; electric washer. Columbian coal range, kerosene stoves. Mohawk electric refrigerator, ice box. Corner cupboard, kitchen tables ales tax. Co ^ rtdf of O.- timore. for treatment. She was' No collection of garbage, ashes , ani chairs, antique mirrors, rock- removed :n the ambulance of C. or refuse will be made bv the ers - dining room tables and chairs. M. Waltz. Citv on Ju j, 3th 1948 j^jj non , 2 couches, buffett, china closet, an- Mr. William " · " - - " - · " Four: ill while was reported further improved on · strcet Sunday night as they" wVll frames, bureaus, beds, washstands. I not be collected. Set out wastes on j pillows, blankets. 5 trunks, suit- I next regular collection date. ' cases, childs crib. 2 benches, garden THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN tool?, butchering kettle. 1 "-^ ton Wednesday. Social Situation DeMoist Soaks Up Moisture Retards Mold and Mildrw Checks damase from dampness 12 oz. package SI C9 Marvin Bedroom Coolers Portable--Adjustable Instant Installation Brings in cool night air Only S1095 Lots from S20000. Idea: climate 1" r.v:f.ca-.:.-n thtreo: :.· r.-.c Orphan's j year around. Xo ?tntc ; Homestead excj^ptson aKov.--; you j a ST.00-)00 h.",-r.e ;.-;:; fr----. For fur- ·· ther iniornr.ation v. ;ne to i JOHX W FAVORITE. R 3. Box 653-B : Fori Pierce. Florida. MONDAY. JLT.Y 12. 1343 at 7:00 P. M. FOH SALS--BUILDING LOT. 50x150- ft. Apply 405 E. Patrick or call 645. 6-2Sc5f a I . .1 t'.-.e shove Situation: You receive an announcement of the birth of a child. Wrong way: Decide that it needs no acknowledgment from you./ j Right way: Write the mother a note, and if you wish send a gift to ' OF FREDDERICK. Picnic JOSEPH R. LEE'S ORCHARD Hope Hill. Md. Monday. July 5. All Day stove coal, jars, crocks. Lot glass and china ware, some antique, cooking utensils, etc.. and many other items. Terms--Cash. WALLACE W. MOUNT. Agent. ' Vornado Circulating Fans Electric Fans--all prices Reliable Junk Company MAURICE SCLAR. Prop. Water St.. B O Ave. Phone--Ofr.ce 956 Residence 1712-W Highest Cash Price? Paid For All Kinds of Junk Used Pipe for Sale !n Eu.-.rd of Aldermen Room. Third Floor. City Hall on an appeal known as CALENDAR NO. 1S3 , sale of . dv.e!::r;. ,--. : Ire c",'"e tra?', a deal: rfc-so-.'* 'o l~r :"? J « on thc dp;, of I s,-:o So .r.- re cr.-. p'.?rc± u»;h thc I Icn-.^ o: S.T'C I i All taxr= v. o ' r r rrr.;, ar.d other 1 ch^r^es v. ,11 he t"'~r. *rr: try thc day of ^slc ar..'! s!' c^'^'=. o: co^vc*-ancing. j , inch:ri:nc S:,-.:r nr.'i FcdTs; Re-,enuei j Stamps xvill be paid h;. tr.c purchaser ( , or purchaser"; | j Arrangement for ir.^pcction of the ' ' prcn^'--"s pr nr '.a '" " ('.-·-' oJ -n'.c and i "risfa'.ijr.c 1--3.0CO gal. gasoline ] FOH -SALE-- 3-ROOM MODERN 3UX- j ealow. Also J»rs:e mansion house :n I Urbana. Merhl E. Giesjer. g-2Sd6t' j FOR SALE-- SO ACRETARM~KNOWX j as the Roy Fssher place, 'ocated on hard road, about four miles from Thurrnont. Good barn. Baltimore rrsKk permit, silo, lovely home Must be seen to be appreciated. Call E- R- Gla^s. Thurmont 43-F-22 for aoooint- me n t filed by EL'GENE J. C. RAXEY for the purpose of __ _ 'OR SALE -- 8x12 TRUCK BED WITH c?ttie rac!%s Paul B GarJcy. 315 " 3nnsy!van:a A\er.ue. Dhone 1433-J. _ 6-23dl2t FOR SALE -- FRESH ANO CLOSE spnr.eins; heifers. C. Raymond Crum. Phone Frederick 20S2-J-:;. P-22dlOt FOR SALE -- GAHVTOOD DUMP hoist body. Phone 3S. 6-2Idtf the baby. Music. Games and Refreshments j Emmert R. Bov.hi?, Auctioneer. Chicken And Ham Dinners | R. L. Kelly, Clerk. Special Price on Power .Mowers See us before you buy. TO'- off on all Hand Mower* j QUYNN'S HARDWARE STORE Phone 19 KsncJ L?.\vn Mowers i \y. Precision Grinding nnd Repairing . ,,-,, ,,, ,, , ,, 2o2 \\est PatucK Street PHILIP Nr.viN RFRERT Executor. Rol-r» E C M p p .T- A!tornc. ^- u j| anrt x u ii. Aucuonccrs. Height · A" Area BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Spinets. S399 up Reconditioned ·pi- anos. S30 up Easy tcrr.is Tr?de your piano on a Spinet. Good allowance. V.'e tune, repair, refinish. Cramer's Barbara Fritchie Shoppe. i Where I-25d32t' .. NEWSPAPER!

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