The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 19, 1951 · Page 12
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November 19, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

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Frederick Higit Band Captures U, Md. Contest Frederick High School's Band, resplendent in new uniforms, won the University of Maryland competition for State school bands before the Maryland-North Carolina State football game at Byrd Stadium Saturday afternoon. Thirteen bands competed, with Northwestern High School of Washington second and Elkton High School third. Sperry L. Storm, director of the local musical organization, was presented the $50 first prize prior to start of'the game. Other schools competing were Dundalk, Sparrows Point, Towson, and Roosevelt of Washington. Present but not competing were Lackey High School of Indian Head, Arundel High School from Prince Frederick Performed Between Halves The bands marched into the stadium playing "The Washington Post March" and massed with the University of Maryland band for rendition of "Maryland. My Maryland" and the National Anthem. Between halves the Frederick band presented a five-minute demonstration after which the university band and student body took over with a series of card tricks. Because of a conflict with television music rights, the Frederick band wat, not permitted to play the two marches it had rehearsed. Instead the musicians went through the school song cheer without music A large/ number of local TV fans saw the band perform. Competition consisted of quality of music, appearance and marching ability. Judges were Butler Eitel, John Yesulaitia and Captain Tipton, all of New Jersey. The band returned to the campus about 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. Emmitsburg EMMITSBURG--Mrs. Edward J. Williams, Barranquilla. Colombia, South America, spent several days last week with her step-father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua M. Winperd, Center Square. Mrs. Williams made the trip from South America with her husband to New York City by plan'e and came on alone to Emmitsburg. Mr. Williams is Armco International's manager for Colombia and Ecuador. --Church councilman and officers of organizations were t installed at the 10 30 o'clock service of Elias Evangelical Lutheran church Sunday morning by the pastor. Rev. Philip Bower. They are: Councilmen, Clarence Hahn, elder; Morris Zentz and Carroll E Frock, Jr, Deacons: Sunday School supt., Carroll E. Frock, Jr.; asst. supt. Robert Daugherty;' secretary, Robert Saylor; asst. sec'y, Harry Troxell: treasurer, Richard Saylor; asst. treas, James Sanders; pianist, Carolyn McDonnell: 1st assi, Jasper Wantz: 2nd asst., Helen Bushman; Sunday School teachers. Mrs. Geo. Eyster. Miss Grace Rowe, Mrs. Chas. Linn, Mrs. Charles Harner, Mrs. Roy Maxell, Mrs. A. W. McCleaf, Mrs. Philip Bower, Mrs Robert Saylor, Miss Lois Keilholtz. Clde Keilholtz, Mrs. Robert Gillelan, Mrs. Roy Bollinger; Women's Missionary Society, Pres. Mrs. Philip Bower, vice-pres., Miss Grace Rowe: secretary, Mrs. A. W. Mc- leaf; treausrer, Mrs. Roy Bollinger; asst. treas , Mrs. Charles Linn; League of Young Adults, Pres. Robert Daugherty; treasurer, Mrs. Chester Masser; Luther League, Pres Shirley Troxell; vice-pres., Carrie Hahn: secretary, Jean Troxell; treasurer, Donald Herring; pianist, Helen Bushman. Beginning with a new quarter year period Sunday, Oct. 7, HEARING AID PHILOSOPHY A hearing aid Is just as satisfactory to the user a* the service constantly available. Your hcarinj aid need", good fresh hatteries, sometimes a broken or defective cord replaced or set repaired. Patronizing a Frederick firm assures daily service and free leaner if needed. FREDERICK HEARING AID CENTER TPhone S42 4 W. Patrick St. nn Mr*. Wltbur BrooH. B«ft(mor«. were rocont vinitoni ot MM. Harry Boyl«. To Auk Congress To Make Atrocities Probe WASHINGTON, Nov. IS OP)~- Congreiw will be nsked in January to Investigate the report? of atroc it leg In Korea in order to accumulate data ! or international trials similar to the war crime* proceeding* after World War II. Rep. Madden (D-Ind) said today he will ask for the inquiry. He heads a special House committee set up to dig into the (act* of the alleged Russian massacre o( 11,000 Polish officers early In the war, at Katyn Forest in West Russia. He proposed to broaden his inquiry to The W«ws. , M4.. M»nS*y, Hov«mb«r 19, It5i nclude Communlut barbarity In Korea. The world WJIK startled last w«ek by reports from Korea that nearly 6,000 Allied prisoners of war--5,500 of them Americans--had b e e n slaughtered by their Communist captors since the outbreak of the fiRhtinn there. Thnt atrocities have · occurred has now been verified by General Matthew B. Ridttway. Supreme Allied Commander, but the estimated number Is still the object of "(op priority" messages being sent out by the Pentagon. Some skepticism has been expressed as to the 5,500 total. Europe reveled In American tobacco more than 125 years before it recognized th« value of American potatoes. This vounr woman stretches her clothing: budfet by maKe-over methods to help ease cost-of-livingr problems. Faded-out trousseau lingerie is renovated with special color product that tints silk, leaves lace trim its original shade; worn straps are replaced (left) with new. ready-made ribbon ones. A white blouse is tinted a new fashion-right color to add, inexpensively, an up-to-date touch to a wear-weary wardrobe (center), and an old felt hat is modernised with aid of dye-bath, careful drying and re-shaping (right). t 150 members of Elias Lutheran Sunday School 'have attended every Sunday with a perfect attendance to date. The Men's class holds first place with 31 men being perfect in attendance for these six weeks. The Junior class is second with 27. --Miss Patricia Joy. St. Agnes' School of Nursing, Baltimore, spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Joy. --Mrs. Harry Boyle attended on Saturday the funeral of her cousin. Sister Catherine de Ricci Boyle. School Sister o£ Notre Dame, a member of the order for 49 years. She was the daughter of the late Dr. Charley Boyle, of Hagerstown. --Over the Teacups sewing circle celebrated the birthday of four of the members of the club on Monday evening with Mrs. Charles McNair as hostess. The birthdays of Miss Ann Codori, Mrs. J. W. Houser, Mrs. John O'Donoghue and Miss Rhoda Gillelan were celebrated. --Mrs. Landon Edwards and son, Mrs. Valerie Overmann and Mrs Harry Boyle visited recently with Mrs. Elsie Mays. Gettysburg. --The Parent-Teachers Association of St. Joseph's High School had a regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening in the school auditorium The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Marie C. Rosensteel Mrs John Law. chairman of the Hallowe'en dance held on October 26, thanketi all those who assisted. Approximately $20 was cleared. A tentative date for the Christmas dance sponsored by the P-TA for the enitre school was set for December 26. Mrs. Guy A Baer was appointed chairman assisted by Mrs. James Dukehart. The next meeting will be held on Dec. 11. The Glee club sang. Those taking; part were. Joanna Benchoff, pianist;" Rose Mane Clarke. Frances the clogging, TRANSIENT kind! Take all vegetable Olive Tablets, 15 30d «M. DR lllton Ynu COAL Call 2O2 Markell Ford Drug And PRESRIPTION Service MODERN PHARMACY SUCCESSOR TO PEAERE'S DKCG STOKE TELEPHONE 208 Join Hospital Aid, Inc., and Help Your Neighbor Don't Let Weather Fool You! Guard against chilly mornings, unseasonable days, with a low cost JONES "METERED GAS" SPACE HEATER In Kitchen, Bathroom or Den See these modern, attractive heaters ready to run economically on clean, de- pendable ... 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Webb. --Mrs. Quinn Topper and sister- in-law, Miss Bessie Topper, spent Wednesday in Baltimore visiting with Mrs Topper's sister, who is a Sister of Mercy at Mercy Hospital. --Weekend visitors at the home of Mrs. Mary Claudia Rosensteel. were Mr. and'Mrs. William Rosensteel and son Jerry, Baltimore; Mr and Mrs George Conslantine and family. Silver Spring; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Polly and family, Fairfield. Pa., and Miss Mary Tereast Houck. --Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosensteel were Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Brown, Lantz. Mrs. Morris Hewitt and daughter. Frederick Mr and Mrs. Eugene Rodgers. Vincent Topper, Mr and Mrs William Rosensteel and son. Baltimore; Mrs. Mary Claudia Rosensteel: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ripka and Leroy Baker --Visitors Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ray Topper were Ned Topper, Charles B Topper, of Baltimore: Mr and Mrs. Walter Topper, Ferndale. --Mr. and Mrs Earle Gelwicks and family visited Sunday with Mrs. Gelwicks' mother, Mrs. Margaret Hann. Hagerstown --Mr. and Mrs Earl Kugler and son Sammy and Mr. and Mrs Lewis Kugler spent Sunday visiting with relatives in Wayncsboro, Pa --Mrs John Kelly, Mrs. Ray Topper, Mrs. Earl Kugler and Mrs. Marie Rosensteel spent Monday in Hanover, Pa. --C.i Felix Adams and grandsons David. William and Harry Adams spent the weekend in Philadelphia with Mr Adams' daughters and family. Mrs.Charles Harner and Mrs. Wilbur Overholtzer. They motored to Atlantic City on Saturday. Mrs. Charles Harner accompanied them to Emmitsburg and is spending a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs C. Felix Adams. --Miss M,Bebelle Carson. Baltimore, visited Sunday with Dr. and Mrs D. L Beegle. --Mr and Mrs. Hudson Rhodes and family, Baltimore, spent the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E L. Annan, Jr., and Mrs. Edgar Rhodes. --The Women's Guild of (he Reformed chuich will 'hold its annual food sale on Nov. 20 at 11 a. m. at the Firemen's Hall. --Mr. and Mrs Paul Hofsteltcr and children. 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