The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 18, 1931 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
December 18, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Frederick, Maryland
Issue Date:
Friday, December 18, 1931
Page:
Page 11
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 11 article text (OCR)

DAILY WWB. YKBMBtXOK. MB., FRIDAY. DSCTRMBER ELEVBA Butcherings Reported A butc2jeriag «as held recently at ;hs home o! Mr. and Mrs. Harry COK- jher, LoTensrOle, V*. Kve irogs ·wer* slaughtered, weighing 338, 258, 3iO, 346 and 332 pouncs. These present: Mr. aad Mrs. Harvey Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Jceas SEOOE*. S£r. and Mrs. Kay Wen- oer, C. E. Spri?, C. L. Compber. Kenneib BaJSsr, Ruth Snoots. Jatper Baier. Mrs. V. Nus*. Carroll Baker, Margaret Snoots, Marvin Ccanpher, Leo Bsrtlett. James Nuse... Helen Baker, Nuse, SiscnSa Baker, Jackie EoWie Weasw and Owendlyn Baker. An old tane butchenng was lield K tine aome *rf Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shook. se*r IjeciKOTm, on Tuesday. »hcn two large bogs Tsrert sUugbtered, Din-' VJK 'ffas served. These present «ere: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bboo'e.. Rev acd Mrs. L. J. itoore. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Speak. Mr. =^r^ Mrs. Oscar Rvsiburg. r. and Mrs. Lewis 5hoc^. Sirs. Bay eeiey. Mrs. Robert Wachtcr. MUdred txsu'ee Racssiiurg. SamaeJ Rsneylroek. ·I- S. L'Heoreux, Wal^r Keener. Tiseodare ilocre. Maysard Keeney, Shocte, Jr.. Wach:«r and Cbas- THIS CURIOUS WORLD aaTor A nunoat-fARe A large buichettcg 'wsa feeM «t the ese of wOiam P. Sprtag. Bear LowttsriCe. Vs... on December IS. Se»eri large hogs were slaughtered. eighing 310, 324, 361. 370. 400, 410, -487 pound*. A bountiful ritrnrr tw served. Those present were: r. and Mrs. EUaer Bayer, Mr. and Mrs, T. M. Wenner, Mr. and Mrs. j Claude Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Rasraonl : Sauder. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Saucier, j JUam F. Spring. M. W. Spring, P.: O. W. Spring, Carlisle and Jamfs '· Spring. Bobert I*. V/r^b:, A. C. Pax- i son, Albert White, Graham Decsory. 1 Frederick SSater. Otho Spring and Ira t Kynn, Mrs. Virginia Kiurher, Mis. ; Tfirgie Pe'Ja, MoUie Slater. NeUJe Slat- ! er, Maggie Wrigbt, Margsret Spring, C«ce2a BUer and Ann'e Slater. | 3t. and Mrs. X. L. Valenttae, ol ! Rocky JUdge, held a large butchering f December 15, wsen fire hogs were kffl- ed, weigMng 331, 350. 402. 422, and j 423 1-2 posds, totaling ol 1^38 1-2 pounds. Ten 50-pousd cans of lard were CSed. Dinner ·sras served. The oJtoarfng trere present. Mr. and Mrs- Newton L. Valentine, I Kidnapped daughter. Prank Dubel. Harry M'ller. jW. E. Sbarer. Berth* Valentine. Wal; ter Sharer. Rocky Ridge: Mr. and Mrs. : Rdyznond MiUer and young caugbter. : Nekton L. VsJeatie was h«vd butrh«r. SEZHUGH- Westminster j DM-- IS.-- Duruis *,he seontil tf November the physviass · ; reported 43 births and 46 deaths oc- i curriEg to Carrol! acxicty. Physicians j ; »lso reported 91 patients *stji com- i : rrur.ic3.ti diseases : Xsme'.y, i:ph- s th«ia. 9. scar^w few. 13. jswincio-. 2.] ': ^hooping csxujh, 9. pceamosSa. I I . la:- I jwtlgo. 21. Gfncas rues*-.??. 3. meas-les. ; ! ! . vjnoeat's anjtna. s mumps, «. ; Sy ti».- · J, and chick«;pox. ". , Wbes a birth a rtporux! , physician, the family is *er.': t.r j ! State DeparuEfni -·! Health »?i. ; j · Talk To Mothers About Their Ba- I i b - «," «iuch is lausr ilSowed by ar. ol- jfirtaj Stat* eenificai* o. birth r«(!isw»- : wr.. This office! binh c«rtfflca!e i* : : b*c«m»;is an increasics valuable ma!- ? :er, and should be carefully j»r«wv«5. · i* is pointed out. Would Sar« Nvedk* On Tr*r». ] ' Chicajo. lec. 1". -- l':ic Irsai: Walton ' League hii gtt o'Jt a hu',X.ir. Vt'tiig i JI.MV v kcey n.fcilcft f.-V-T. !a'.::r.g on i ChrisMnas '.r.-^s. Set tut? tree In a ,-Mn , o.' wdter to *hi-h a saooclul o: j.o.,tir rjiii;'^: oJ t^' seven ii5. M»v Cut Uin. Dec. IV. -a :wo-v.'cc« ! J ..)U^e k'*dcrs ·. J sa'ov- fctlr vacatio:! Insure Your Automobile HIGH GRADE POLICIES CONVENIENT TEEMS CLAIMS SETTLED FROMPTLT MSURANCE THAT INSURES LEWIS R. DERTZBAUGH o*»j FAULT TTie Best Gift IS A Bulova Watch ANOTHER REDUCTION Garber's Preferred Doughnuts Now 2Oc Grocer Sells Them CAREER BAKING COMPANY FROM i LOU'M Valentine/ "Ttande VaJenttne. Her. Dr. P. E. Heimer. Frederick; Don- nij H. Summers, Mrs. Catherine suzn- mers, Norman Deweese, Chaz. Sbarer. Jr^ Thnnnont; James Shriner, Bertha Shriner. Carman Sininer, Dntour: , Martin Kaas, Bumcette HIaai. Bob* 1 bSe Kaaz, Bit* Ksas, MUton Eby. Joan : Kas, Detroit^ Mr. and Mrs. Harry j Knight, MX*. T LtUP Sharer and your.g; McCLEERY'S JEWELRY STORE North Market Street Frederick, Md. (Tracanitted by telephoto). j ·Mrs. STeS'e IDcnneUy, above, ·wealth? gannsit rcznttTactorer of B^nsis City, ! llo., ·vras reportgd to be held by kid- j who demanded $7-5,000 ran- THE POST OR THE NEWS I Frederick County's Home To tbe OE or Gangster awa~ ST college i to a fr:?El "srho ^va? a former resident A ? Frec- -~:e"- o- TO ar;vo7^. send an attractive card to the ^ho fe to *lrc paper SUBSCSIPTION BATES Three Months $1.00 One Year S4.00 I NEW GAS ACTUALLY SPLITS A SECOND! AT 29' BELOW FREEZING MOTOR STARTS · -5, THE P L A C E . . . Refrigeration room of The Seaboard Terminal Company THi CAR . . . Ice-covered for 12 horn at 29° below freezing THE GAS . . . . New Winter TYDOL Gasoline SEC One touch of the starter, and the motor roared. Stop-watches clicked in the bitter, freezing air of the cold room. And they read second! Lightning starting made a reality,even on the coldest days! Not just a claim or a phrase. We believe the New Winter TYDOL to be without an equal. And to get factual proof for this belief, TYDOL was tested against well-known competitive gasolines. AH we ask is trial in your car. And we believe thatyour motor, or any motor, will lose its sputter, its wheeze, its long, gear-grinding start--instantly. Always super-power, high-test, antiknock. Now--split-second starting at no extra cost Tide Water Oil Sales Corporation, 1400 Moreland Ave.. Baltimore, Md. stone Famous ices Men's Leather House Slippers Children'r, Woolskin Bedroom Slippers Sheer Chiffon Hose C Boys' Cushion Sole Leather Bedroom Slippers Men's Felt Bedroom Slippers Women's Felt Bedroom Slippers Men's Fine Quality Rayon Dress Sox Children's Leather Moccasins Ladies' Satin Mules and Leather Sole Bedroom Slippers W I N T E R V E E D O l (100% This can of VEE-DOl. Motor Oil ·was frozen solid;? in this cake of ice, and kept there for 12 hours at 29" below freezing- Even under this oarcmc cold test, VEE.DOI, was ready to gush instantly to every bearing and to every moving part of the icy motor. Don't let a s3ow-f!cwiag motor ca! ruin a. fast-startia? gasoline- Always laeeold-proef VEEDOLand instan- starting TYDOL together and yotiTl have th combination for winter motor protection. Ladies' Arch Support Shoes T E S T E D I N T H E W O R L D ' S LARGEST REFRIGERATOR . . . The Seaboard Terrr-iaa!, where half- second starting at 29 : below freezing was made a fact, has 1.600,000 square feel of Tioor space in refrigerated roossi. ZKC teraperatnres are cotarcon. But this --otor. frozen hsre for 12 hours, starred in fc^ji-tTaths of cae jscond! .98 EXTRA SPECIAL! Ladies' Leather Cushion Sole Bedroom Slippers Children's Bedroom Slippers FC and THE NEW WINTER TYD Men's Heavy Duty Red Sole Rubbers Of Dress Eubbers Ladies' All Eubber Goloshes m feS^TSy* GASOLINES WITH TYDOL GASOLINES . . . US£ VEEOOt- MOTOR OIL ... HEAT-PROOF . . . CQID-PROOF KEYSTON SHOE STORES 151 North Market St. Opposite Fanners Mecbanics National Bank Open Evenings Until Christmas

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page