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The aleveatti -annual ot the Â«Jfc*ceadanU of WflliaÂ» Duvtll will be held THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page B-3 Ttamday. At**** 31. 1M7 on Sunday, at the home of Mr and MM. Earl Johnson on Haw* kins .Creamery Road. Activities will ibegw at 1 p m. with a basket iunch In the event of rain, the reunion will *Â· held at the (Wesley Grove Church Hall i in Woodfield. The Damascus Garden Club met on Tuesday afternoon in the Fellowship Room of the Damascus Methodist Church for them annual Flower Show. MrÂ». Kenneth Peters judged the arrangements. First place with the most points went to Mrs. Her- r Jbert Wattana and teeond placÂ» '' to MrÂ». Bobert Tregoning.,A4r*.' - Richard Andrews and Mrs. Philip Metzger tied for third place. Best arrangement in the show- went to Mrs. Robert Moxley. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Damascus Volunteer Fire Department will meet on Aug. 31 at 8 30 p m. Mr and Mrs John Bell, Main Street are receiving congratulations on the birth of their second child and second son on August. 20. The new baby weigh? td 7 Ibs. 14 oz. Mrs. Claudia Browning Â» a patient at Suburban Hospital. Lee Hurley is a patient at Montgomery General Hospital. Mr and Mcs. Wayne Fee and daughter, Sherry Lynn have moved into the Russell Burdett* apartments in Woodfield' Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster have moved from Damascus to Townsvjlle, N C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Ram- aey, Jr. and iamuy moved this week from Clearspriags Manor to Deep River, Ontario, Canada,. New residents of Damascus on Viewland Drive are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Brown from Rockviile. Miss Marilyn Doolan, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Richard Doolan, Sunset Drive became,, the .bride of David. E. Steele, son of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Steele of Ijamsvilto on Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Damascus Methodist Church. The Rev. Frank Depro performed the double ring iceremony. A reception followed in the Social Room. The newlyweds left for Georgia where Mrs. Steele will teach in . an Elementary School and Mr. Steel* will continue his educa- Mr and Mrs Ray Luhn PauV ette and Patti and 'Mrs woah Ifert are spending this week in Ocean City. ) Mr and Mrs. Vicent WooeV field and Janet and Mrs Mary Boone have returned from a trip to Clarksville, Tenn. where they visited CWO3 Richard L. Boone who is stationed at Fort Campbell. Ky He will be leaving goon for Vietnam duty. Mrs. Mollie Gladhill and Miss ExiÂ« Baker of Frederick are \istting in Flushing, Ohio with Mis Grace Howell. Mr and Mrs Sidney Guatav- son, Linda and Vendla have }ust returned from a four week trip to Norway, Sweden and Denmark where they visited rela Michael Woodfield Glenn Hood and Kenny Main spent several d a v s last week in Ocean City Mrs Dorothy McCoy of Randallstown is spending a few dayÂ§ with Mrs Arthur Beall Mr and Mrs Herbert S Hyatt entertained at a Buffet supper on Sunday Guests were Dr. and Mis. Bernard Davis, Dr anc Mrs Charles Broadrup, Dr and Mrs William Thomas, Dr. anc Mrs Daud Everhart, Mr and Mrs Robert Rothenhoefer, Dr and Mrs Howard Taylor, and Mr and Mrs Richard Newman and Tiffany. M i s Georgia Oland enter tamed at dinner on Sunday, Har rie Cia\er, Mr and Mrs Robert Graver Darlene and Diane Mrs George Norns of Rockviile Guion Nicholson of Silver Sprini and Mr and Mrs Robert Nicholson and Donna of Alexandria Va Mrs Mollie Gladhill enter tamed for dinner on Sunday Mrs Mane Crooks and Mrs Helen Robert of Westminster Miss Josephine Wilson and Mr*. Verna Lee Robb'M. Luncheon guests of Mrs E G Jewell on Wednesday, were Mrs Pearla Wolfe of Adelphi, Miss Mrtie Lmthioum of Washington, D C Mrs Luther McDonough, M i s Merton Rhineck- er, Miss Joyce Rh'.necker, and Mrs Jessie Van Sant., all of Mt Airy In celebration of her oirtn- day, M i s Tilghman Brandenburg was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Easterday for dinner at O'Donnell's. Also present was Mr Brandenburg, Mrs- Carrie Brandenburg and Robbie Easterday. Douglas Pope spent a few da,a ... r-.'-v:lle with Mr and Mrs. Greg Samoa*. Construction is under way on four ski runs Â»t Beech MoUa- tam, Banner Elk, N C. They Â»re scheduled for opening in Dec*. ember* A' $,600 feet, Uua wffl be the higheit ski dope in the eastern. United Statee. The Congo River k the only major African watarway that twiea crosses the 762.44 HfamBQwners Ih ve Now iBlbotric Hbatl aÂ»e ji^st a. few: Compare Their Heating Costs With Yours W. E. ADAMS, Winchester, Va. 6 rooms operating cost -- $107 a yr. RONALD T. ROCKWELL, Frederick. Md. 6 rooms . opemtingcost - $106 a yr. DONALD S. GRAY, Cumberland, Md. S rooms operating cost -- $143 a yr. MICHAEL S. MORE, Waynetboro, Pa. 6 rooms opeorting cost -- $163 a yr. Now compare what you're getting (or missing) for your heating dollars! ELECTRIC HEAT IS CLEAN. No soot, no smoke, no ashes, no dust to dirty your draperies, carpets or wails. ELECTRIC HEAT IS MORE COMFORTABLE. With electric heat you have an individual thermostat in each room. You have no cold rooms, no overheated rooms, no drafts. Every room is just the way you want it. ELECTRIC HEAT IS MORE HEALTHFUL. This is because of the proper balance of heat and relative humidity. ELECTRIC HEAT IS SAFER. There is no flame, no combustion, no storage of combustib'e fuel. ELECTRIC HEAT IS QUIET. There is no banging of pipes, no motors, no noise whatever. ELECTRIC HEAT IS MAINTENANCE-FREE. There ara no moving parts to ever breakdown. And you get a 10-year warranty of heating units and thermostats. ELECTRIC HEAT GIVES YOU ADDED ROOM. Electric heat requires no furnace or fuel storage. CHANGE YOUR HOME NOW Changing your home to electric heat is fast, easy and economical. Your complete conversion installation may cost as little as $40 down and $14 a month. And that's abou* as easy as buying a new refrigerator. 10 YEAR WARRANTY All of your electric heating units and thermostat* will carry a 10 year full parts and service warranty. JACK BELL, Berryvil!e,Va. 6 rooms operating cost-$154 a yr. CHARLES CRONE, Kagershwn, Md. 7 rooms operating cost - $169.50 a yr. C. B. TOTTON, Front Royat, Va. 6 rooms operating cost -- $00.24 a yr. RALPH POWELL, Martmsburg, W. Va 5 rooms operating cost - $110 a yr. QUENTIN PAUGH, Keyser, W. Va. 6 rooms operating cost -- $160 a yr. Right now is the best time to learn about all the Â·xdusiva advantages of flameless electric heat. G FRANK HOWE, Brunswick, Md. 7 rooms operating cost -- $127 a yr. """""potomac Edison Conversion : Heating DÂ«pi. 421 E Pttrlck St Frederick Md CCI i w Â° uld I|K * *Â° '* 8rn now my Tamll! ' e ' n |IV * td! better with Fltmtlctt Cltttrie HÂ«itl PltaÂ«Â« IivÂ« rnÂ« Â· fr*Â« tÂ»timÂ»tÂ» on thÂ« Â«oÂ»t of ehinf .n. my hn-nÂ« to Â·lectric htltlnf. Patof ihiAllegheny Rowec System/^ Call For A Free Estimate-ThÂ«e Potomac J2di*m Heating Specialists ere at your gervice In Frederick-D. C. Grove, MAH,DiÂ«Â«wP-T.Â»Hiaebimgh, J. B. Whittington, R..F. Remus In Mt Airy--R.. F. De*niÂ». In Brunswick--H* Â£.. NitfcdMn In Taneytown--S. E.. Rcgutarfe^M.' * Smith 1FWSP4PR!