The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 1, 1948 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 1, 1948
Page 7
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Hm^erstbwn May Get ^ 114 One-Way Streets 39 per cent (A the trifle passing through the business district originated outsi-ia the area. ATTENDING CONFERENCE "Westminster, June 30 (Pj--Fifty- Hagersiowa, June 30 05P)--The State Roads Commission, recommended today conversion of 14, streets to one-wav traffic immedi-1 two rural pasters from six states ately and expenditure of $13,000.- · are attending the school for town 000 ia a long-range prof ram to re- t and'country ministers at the West- li«ve traffic congestion in down- j minster Theological Seminary, town Hagerstown. 1 Visiting faculty members include * The traffic survey report stated ; Dr Aaron H. Rapking. of Kiwas- the long range program should us- i see college MadisonviUe, Tena.: clude^a number of ^ bridges and ; Dr - N F Forsth. of the Metho*__=_ i ist Board of Education. Nashville, the business district. It was based on anticipated traffic prob!e=is of 1970. . ! In addition to establishment of I 14 one-way streets, the report re- j commended imniediate installation s of more traffic lights, street resur- j facing and elimination of curb \ .^parking oa downtown streets. ! 9 Aa analysis of data showed thai · Tens-, and Dr. Arthur W. Hewitt. rural pastor from ?«orthfield, Vt. Prof. John B. Howes of the seminary. is school director. Court News Equity Josephine Ruth Hooper vs Joseph C. Hooper, bill of complaint for an absolute divorce. Rosalie C. Shuff vs Sherman W. Shuff, bill of complaint for separate maintenance, temporary alimony and counsel fee. Marriage Licenses Charles K. Everhart, 21. Littlestown. Pa., and Betty Lee Miller, 21, Tiiurmont. Marion David Carmack. Jr.. 20. 200 East Fifth street, and Alice Eileen Steiner, 20, Jefferson. Edward Mike, 27. New Kensing- ton, and Margaret H. Hoffman, 22, Route 1, Frederick. Elmer G. Conaway. 22. Snow Shoe. Pa., and Josephine E. Mod- 2eL 18. Wineburne. Pa. j Frank L. Sheesley. 24, divorced. i and Sybil M. Simmons. 24. di- j vorred. both of Harrisburg, Pa. William J. Ward. 53, widower, Danville. Fa., and Mildred J. Clark. 39. divorced. Shamokin. Pa. Guilford A, Atherholt. 25. Wyo' ming. Pa., and Esther V. Purvin, ; 3.9, Shavertown, Pa, | Property Deeded j Lola E. King, et aL to Elmer S. Davis and wife, city, $10. 1 Mary Xina Baumgardner to CHANGE ·fUFE? ' period peculiar to ·aromen (38 to 52 yr».)? Does ;·"» "-«v+ you ftsSef l?O2s bos flashes. leel so sero- ot£», bls2i-«trtng. tired? Thea so trr la 5. y^» K B~'s Vegetble Ccci"- iziei to relieve sucli fir^iptonis. iiain's Cospcroud also ^^T -whas Doctors call a twrac^ic tonic e2 ect ! 1YWA E. nNKHAM'S KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS H«Ip 15 Miles of Kidney Tube* Flush Out Poisonous Wacts TTbeniSsorterof Kfeer taeiioa ytssx in yosr Hood. . cai=s.tegpa ; T. lac of pep aad eager. g«tt- the op nizfcis. iwelii^r. p . heajaces *=d dJrsaest. . iritis yocr kidneys or bladder. Doa'C wait ! Ask your druses: for Dou'i KUs. a ssa*2si Sior*tie. csed soeeessfnily - t»2!iD2s lor over 50 ye*i*. Doas's give rrfief and wSl i*!j the 15 =S** of kjdseytcbesfcsh out pouonoci waste Jrtsa yocr bood. G«t Dews'* PSfc HI-TEST SAFETY GLASS Sold and Installed WINDOW GLASS Sold and Installed GLAZING BY CONTRACT FIXATE GLASS--POLISHED PLATE MIRRORS, GLASS TILE. for bath, kitchen or club-room THERMO-PAXE Glass Mirror Sales Service Rear 346 Park Are. Phone 2393 SPECIAL AUCTION NOTICE There will be no Auction at Medford Saturday, July 3rd due to Holiday. Next auction will be a larxe Estate Sale, Saturday. July If, starting at 9 o'clock sharp. Watch for notice In next week's papers. Medford Auction'Room, Medford, Carroll County, Md. RAYMOND H. HUGHES, Owner. Let's Go Fishing Famous Evlnrude Outboard Motors. Immediate delivery on fishing models. DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE E\TER1THIXG FOE THE FISHERMAN Holiday · Improve Your Home · Save On Your Needs At Sears HOLIDAY FUN ON THE WAY! use Sears Easy Terms on Purchases of $10 or more a house you can be proud of ... one beautified and protected with MASTER-MIXED HOUSE PAINT Regularly 4.98 Gal. Now Only People will stop and stare! And you'll really have something to SHOW when you beautify with MASTER-MIXED! Here's ease of application . . . weather-defying protection . . . and money saved because you're buying extra coverage at low cost. Gallon covers 600 sq. ft., one coat. Ten house colors and white. Gallon Floor and Deck Enamel, easy to apply, gal. *4.45 Four-Hour Enamel, one coat covers! quart. S 1.65 * ' ' * ", "-··-- · ·· ^ Craftsman Paint Sprayer Priced At Only · With % H. P. Motor * Develops 30 Ibs. Press. FR8FTSISSN 4-inch Paint Brush AH Pure Bristles. Full Stock Sire Now 3.95 Watch it apply paint evenly, smoothly, quickly -with no .brush marks. Bristles vulcanized in rnbber, won't come out. Snowhite Enamel Will Take Repeated Scrnbbings O^iart Sire I .85 It dries qnickly, leaves no brush marks. Gallon covers 600 sq ft. One coat covers. Easy to apply -s. Only 4.00 Down SEE IT NOW! Save your time, labor and money with this speedy sprayer! Sew type diaphragm develops 30-lbs. press. 110-volt AC motor. See It! ISEAW 12 W. PATRICK ST. FREDERICK, MD. PHONE 1580 C*rl W. E«umgardn«r and wife, county. $10. M«rj( Nint Bmumjardner to Weldon B. Shtnk and wife, county. $10. CLASS HAS PICNIC The "Threads of Gold" Bible Class of Calvary Methodist Church Hie New*, Frederick. M4.. Thursday, J«ly 1, School held its annual picnic on Tuesday evening on the Church lawn. After a delicious picnic supper, devotions were held and the month's business transacted. Plans were discussed for the raising of additional money for the different class projects, and reports of the various committees were given. Guests of the class were Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Haas, Frank Grimes. Misses Charlotte Summers, Lassie Lassetter and Ifaoey Cram. guess package wae won by Mrs. A. T. Brust The next mMting will be held at the Church on Tuesday, July 27. "- You can attain that wish for a home of your own -- a long vacation trip -- an education for the children. You can do it through saving regularly. We invite you to open a savings account and make your wish come true. FREDERICK. MD. -- WERE YOU THERE?-WOODSBORO COMMUNITY CARNIVAL June 28 thru July 3 Free Parking On Grounds BUG PROOF LIGHTING FREE ENTERTAINMENT TONITE JOE PHILIPS and His DIXIE PALS BINGO FERRIS WHEEL KIDDIE RIDES Games of all kinds plus plenty of that good country food and refreshments. COME BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR AN EVENING OF FUN BENEFIT COMMUNITY BETTERMENT FUND ee-t£ Ten million "open windowt" per Palm Beach suit let air in to cool you off. That's why it is 22% cooler than th* average of 22 other suitings tested. Besides, Palm Beach is tailored without "heat trap" pads or heavy innerlinings; Enjoy breezy tree-top coolness this summer, in a Palm Beach suit that's smart looking, handsome fitting and long wearing. 100% washable too. Select a suit or two from dark colors or light. At the price you can't beat them for values. . ROSENOUR'S 35-37 NORTH MARKET ST. lEWSFAPESr SlEWS.PAPE.Rr

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