The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 1, 1948 · Page 12
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 1, 1948
Page 12
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: \ *!MS He*s. Frederick. SM- ZkiurMUr. July 1. »»** Dwa.WoUord. *nd hl« brother-in- law and sinter. Mr. and Mrs. Letter Schutie. Miss Peggy Ann Taylor LcwtUville. Va----The H o m « j o * Washington was also a guest in _ ition group was enter-1 t t, e home over th *t a luncheon at the home j _ Mrs Bernice Mrt. Charles Souder and daugh- week-end. Graham a a Frederick Memorial and son Eddie, of Arlington, spent Monday with her mother. Mrs. Bertie Potterfleld- --Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I/rich and son Tommy, were week end guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Grubb. --The Childrens' Day services for Mt Olivet Methodist Church will be held next Sunday. July 4. r : 30 p. m. --Mr. and Mrs. John Virts are Mr*. Dorothy Beatty in Fred- j HospiJai. where stoe had an opera.. Wednesflay- After ta*| Uon j^ j- r jday. Sfce is recover- m*al the regular monthly j ^ Mry RtJ| - Graham is meeting was held. Plans \ somf lime Jn were mad* for entertaining the; faer mafss 4-H group atjhe **TM£W *»£ \ _^_ 3nd Mrs. Fred Baker of j daughters visited her parents. Mr. Beattv Jennv \ Baltimore, spent the week-end at; g^ j^rs. H. W. Beatty on Sunday. "' Frve.»the home of her parents. Mr. and {laughter Ruth returned home | daughter of Baltimore, spent the, lias been spending his vacation Saturday after spending weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shuff of Merioc. Pa. two i week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry with his sister. Mrs. Allen C. Rosen- ;£th S R/ivt*. Cr «:ft»^l and ntVt*** v*l*ft«*«,« i»* mnA -- Mrs. Thomas Gephart of Bonneauville. Pa., was a guest over the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alan Gelwicks. -- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Topper and family, DePaul street, visited . Boyle, Sr. -- The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyle was baptized on Sunday at St. Joseph's Catholic church. She received the steel, and other relatives in and around town. --Miss Anna Marie Bovle left. _ Sunday evening to attend" Stray- j OFFICE TBANSFERRED er's Business College. Baltimore. ' " '"" ' Mr. and Mrs. John M. Troxell. i cd today and the insurance jjro- Miss Naomi Harbaugh was a visitor g ral - i cr the over the week-end at the Trcxell' home. name of Shannon Elizabeth and the j -- Mr. and Mrs. John Noonan and Vark. June 30 (ft- The Federal Crop Insurance office j shifted to Harj riiburg. Pa., where it will be | handled by State Director WillU I B. Burgey. of Federal Crop In- I surance Corporation 92t. sponsors were Rosemary Boyle of j son. of Philadelphia, have been at toe University of Maryland clos- i spending their vacation at the! Say you saw it in The Kewa. PikesvUie. and Jack Stoner. ff-^^A^i^^^^^:! -George Topper of Baltimore, j home of Mrs. Noonans parents. ter. Sister Cyril, a Sister of Mercy. * «»u » '" c """ parents of a daughter born i Lees- of Alabama who is spending sotrie- the home during g urg HQSpita! Ust Fr id a v. June ·26. time at the mother house at Mt --Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Keller and j Wajhington. --Mr. and Mn. Harry Boyle and L. A * " \v x -Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graham I. L. Hollar. Mrs. Baker re- j an d daughter Shirley, visited Mr. mained this week while her mother ! a nd Mrs. Thofias Smith last Sun- i is in Frederick Memorial Hospital. - day- j where she had an operation on Monday. She is reported as do- ol the Luth- Emmitsburg c s. Cecil rs, James .-- ^ - named by Pastor Kobmette. "lanso- Jr --The Loudoun County Rea . * _^ M ;; ^ Mr- . Q w Birre n and Gross chapter is sponjonngjessons d hte , Mr and Mrs c F Ki!!t , s here wha are attending are, Emmitsburg -- Mrs. Clarence j aati daughter returned ·; Tuesday from a ten day visit with j relatives ir: Dayton. Ohio. | --Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Keil-; hol'.z of Washington visited over; end with Mr. and Mrs. \ Keilholts. j and Mrs. Charles E. \ Paul Eckenrode. Lewis { XOTM'E! The telephone number of V1NDOBONA HOTEL has been changed to 5241 Braddock Heights. We are *ow itrrinr meals a' r r --ni--. J - -, ' : Lutheran church on Sunday morn- 1 _M£ 5S Louise SeboJd and Mrs.; Verr.on ana Ake,.-. ^^ inB she , va , a dinner cues', on · j an -,es Alvey spent Friday in Bal- ana ' ' Saturday evening of Dr. and Mrs. \ timorc. ette. Peter Shoemaker. Wanda Keister. William" A. Wade. ' --Mrs. Richard Veomans. Mrs. ( --Mr. L. A. Womeldorph and _ The \v. S. C. S. of Rchobeth ; Thornton Ireland and Miss Lucille i son, Donald Womeldorph. of New Me:hodis: Church will hold a fes- j Giadhill spent Saturday in Balti- j Jersey spent Saturday near Win- j s - val On . he c i lurc h lawn on Wed- | more. Mrs. Ireland remained in ; Chester, on a fishing trip. ; r . C 5d a y July T. 7:30 p. m. i Baltimore for an indefinite length j --Guests over the week-end at | --j^ r an ^ ^t rs Boyd Thomas of i of time. ] the home of Rev. and Mrs. N. H. · \Vashir.gior! were week end guests j --Mr. M. F. Shuff. Sr. and I Frave! was their son. Richard j of her p 3re nts. Mr. and Mrs. Sc!- 1 _ -- j , Frsvel and bride, of Baltimore. | bv Brown. i v- o ... Af a n v \\' e ar i Thev were married June 19: also : _M r . an'd Mrs. Walter .Myers = - - Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Frave! of Woodstock. : -- Misses Juanita and Rulh Ellen \ Keller of Jefferson, visited their j grandparents., Mr. and Mrs. H. \V. j Beatty. last Wednesday and Thursday. | -- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wolford j of New York spent several days j last week with his mother. Mrs. I FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK and HOUSE WIRING SEE HARRY TINNEY Phone 1601 12 Hamilton Ave. FALSE TEETH With Little Worry I Eat. talk, laugh or sneeze without · fear of insecure fa!*e teeth dropping. ; slipping or wabbling. 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