The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 1, 1948 · Page 15
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July 1, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 15

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I *Bass Season Here; Streams Are Muddy With every stream in ibe county running muddy following heavy rains, the opening of the black bass fishing season today was usap- omtmg to local anglers. I The Mca.cca.cy was about IS; aes above normal and muddy j as usual The Potomac river at! Lander \vas described as muddy on ' both sides and cloudy in the mid- j die. Observers said it would prob- t ably be several days before it j ·would be fit for bass, barring additional rams. ; Regional Game Warden Ben: janun F. Phebus said last night' that small streams v.ere alto' cloudy. He said he had never seen ! j Fishing Creest as roily as it \vas' Wednesday at Lewistown. I Tridelphia Lake Open i In view of poor conditions here · Phefaus last night suggested Tri- delphia Laite in Howard county as a. substitute The lake, maintained by the Washington Suburban Saru- ' tary Commission, is fed by the Patuxent river and has been lib- · erally stocked with large raouib bass, bluegills, crappie A charge of 50 cents a day or S5 ' a season is charged to fish Ae lake Phebus explained. There are no boats available, but there is plent\ of room to fish from the bank, the warden pointed out One complication, he admitted. i: the transportation of live bail the ( 35 milef from Frederick to the s lake, which is reached by turning off Route 40 at .West Friendship and going through Glenelg. \ Limitations On Bait { I* Phebus last n»ght further ex- j ·'"'plained the regulations governing j possession of live bait Each angler ' may have in his possession 35 live minnows and 15 such baits as be!- gramites and crawfish. Each fish- · erman is entitled to a total of 50 . live bait, but no irore than ^ mm- j nows. j It was also announced yesterday " that the S2 bounty on foxes has I been rescinded for an indefinite j period by the State Garre apd In- ; r land Fish Commission. ! on, Mr. and Mrs Mehrl Adams, Mr^. Bramwel! Magaha. Mis. William Handley. Mrs Fred Sheeley. Airs. Charles Geisbert. Mrs Clark Cooper. Mrs. Hilda Green. Mrs. Robert Edwards. Mrs Mary Jane Storm. Mrs John Wicklesr. Misses Edith Leather, Margaret Creager. Gloria Geisbert. Mary Ann Hearsey, Betty Lou Gave-. Ann Ramsburg. Charlotte Etzler: Joe Cooper. Jack Linton, Tommy Geisbert. SHOWER HELD A miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs Roland Warfield. Mt Airy, and M^ss Edith Johnson. Liberij, in honor of Miss Cora Smith, who married Mr Carroll K Warfield. Union Bridge, Route 1 A large number of gifts were received and refresniienis were served The guests \\ere. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Whitmore. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Mjers, Mr and Mrs James Ecker Mr and Mrs Paul Ecker. Mrs O B Stone. Mrs F L Simpson. Mrs John Morribsey, Mrs. I Sterling Spurrter. Mrs. Dorothy Garver, Mrs. Mae Martin. M-s Carroll C Warfield Mib Florence Smith. Mss Frances Mae Warfield. Miss Linda Sweadner. Miss Betty Hammond. Miss Mary Ann Sap- pmgton. Miss Rosie Morrissey. Mi-s Jeanette a±orrissey. Miss Regma Diller. Miss Elizabeth Stevens Miss Betty Ann Lease. Miss Lymati Myers. Kenneth S t r a w s b u r g Thomas Morrissey Franci-s Morrissey. Pvt Ballenger Warfield. i Martin Warfield Verchall Martin. , Nelson Parker. Donald HaU. John ' Henry Smith. enteen cars of an eastbound Bait'.more and Oluo freight tram were derailed at Fairhope. Pa 17 miles north of Cumberland, today. Trams \.-ere being rerouted over the Western Marvland Railway '.racks. Railroad officials could not determine \\hen the tracks would be cleared No one was injured. j ,TRA1X DERAILED I Cumberland. June 30 3--Sev- ELEORIC REFRIGERATOR TROUBLE? 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Thursday evening A picnic supper was served on · the lawn to 30 members and guests ) Brief business meeting followed · Gifts were receiied from The , Taoughtful Sisters The next meet- j of the group is on Seotember 30 at the home of Mrs John W-ckless, 336 Madison street Those present \vere Mr and Mrs Markell Nelson, Mr and Mrs Earlston Rothenhoefer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolfe. Mr and Mrs Hermann Brust, Mr and Mrs. Roy Creager. Mr. and Mrs Charles Kemp, Mr and Mrs Donald Shat- tenberg. Mr. ant Sirs Russell Lint- HEINZ ~fahN/ t enriched wfth luscious pork s/fces and 6R0CERS matve/ous molasses sauce t PRICEb EFFECTIVE JULY i . 3 PETER PAX HEKSHEY Peanut Butter; chocolate Syrup Ib jar 30 £ S N A O K LUNCHEON Mrvr 12-oz. can 2 '6-0- TM 2 Stt EET PICKLES 'qt G. L. 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E»skay Tenderized ^am is protem and -ntamin-nch too Any -meal is a party when this ham, cro- cro* is on tne nenu. AMERICAN CANNED HAM...3/oaiA. watering and icwcr--and so conremrnX All of the nch. nounsning juices are sealed right in tne can, readv to serve at tne fijck of your can opener. Here is all tender, jsohd ireat, with the famous Esstcay a z\ or Tne~e is no rone nor v ast/ Just sLce and ^?--.e Grand fo Acid /or «3j,--« -tic ~i- X? ,N '·^fr ESSKAY BONELESS ROLLED - - - All so 1 id. frndrr, juicy -~rGi another Esska.v Ham treat No waste --skin, boie and excess fat removed Grand hickory smoked and sagar- cuTied Essiay Hain fia-vor Econom.- ca! and ^tamin-nch. Ess'-cay Boneless Kolled Ham gives .voa -ta-f m"ih for *our money Woifr-u! or pwmcs and The Wm. Schrudcrberg--T. J. Kurdle Co PICNIC SPECIALS PICNIC PLATES FORKS and SPOONS . . . . SOUR or mil PICKLES . . . TUNA (Breast of Chicken) . . PAP-SETTE CHEESE . . . . ESSKAY FRANKFURTERS . . . 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