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PftftA-12 THE NEWS, Frederick, MarjrlRad 1* MM GS Hold Fun Day Court News TERRA RUBRA LIONS SCORE-Delegate* David Bowers, Ralph Tracey, and Donald Six. left to right, represented Terra Rubra Lions Club at the 48th annual Multiple 22 District Lions Convention hi Atlantic City May 27-30. The club captured five separate awards. Terra Rubra Lions WinDistrict Awards Service is aftwndtt!Mi*taMflt of MoutkÂ«. the Brownie Girl Scout promiM Includes tfat phrase "to help other peeple every day, especially those si home", and when a girl becomes a Junior Scout she makes the promise "to help otter people at all times'*. An excellent example of girls helping other people was demonstrated by Cadetteand Senior Girl Scouts at the Fun Day held Srturday, May 23 at Camp Hill and Hollow. When Brownie and Junior troops from Community 57 (Frederick City an* Fort Detrick) registered at the Community Meeting held in the Scout Building atFortDetrlck recently, they were presented with a schedule which read "Registration 9:90-10 a.m., 10-11 songs and games, 11-12 first activity, 12-1 lunch, 1-2 second activity. Activities offered were nature hikes, charcoal sketching, reptiles, outdoor cooking, camp- skills (included were tent pitching, lashing trail signs). With the exception of reptiles (Mrs. Three members and their wives of the Terra Rubra Lions Club of Keymar-Keysville attended the 48th annual Multiple 22 District Lions Convention in Atlantic Cily, May 27-30. The delegates were club president Ralph Tracey, first vice president Donal Six, and board director David Bowers. During the District 22 W. luncheon, awards for the year 196970 were given to the winding clubs. Terra Rubra won five awards second place in the activities contest, second place in the visitation contest, a special district award, a 100 per cent secre- taries award, and a 100 per cent Bulletin Editors award. The Terra Rubra Lions Club is five years old with just 38 members. There are 45 clubs in the district. During the convention, several table'prizes were also won by the delegates and their wives. The club secretary for mis year Is Ray Harper and Bulletin editor is Elaine Broadwater. Piano Students Present Recital The piano pupils of Mrs. Lewis Loving, Braddock Heights, presented a recital for their parents at the home of Mrs. Loving, Ridge Road, on Thursday evening, May 28. Those participating were Kelly Loving, Mary Potts, EllenMoser, Debbie Zerkel, Carol Boetzel, Eleanor Randall, Kelly Hanson, Lori Hanson, Heidi George, Tammy Harshman, Marcia Hahn, Ann Potts, Julie Baker, Paul Adamson, Tracy Waxter, Cathy Metcalf, Diane Moser, Susan Mercer, Ruth Randall and Karen Dunn. Willll Shirejr** collection), Baa- led by Dr. Marco Marchettt and Mrs. Harry MOM, and songa tod by Miss Larry Johnson (former Scout and now a college student), CadettMwere in chart* of activities. Having girl* provide such leadership has many advantages. They help others, perfect skills, and learn self reliance. At the same time, the younger Scouts are able to see what their role wfll be when they reach Junior High age. Those serving were Miss Sue Marttn, Senior Troop 24; Misses Joan DeGrange. Cheryl M---Mary T. Meyer, Adele Huggins Barbara Larsen, Candy Zedters. Jenny Bradshaw and Mclanie Ford of Cadette Troop 83; and Misses Pam gram Margaret Cogbill and ReneeRetd of Cadette Troop 321, and Cadette Clara Connor. Troops participating were Brownie 829, Mrs. Bernard Brown, Leader; Junior 903, Mrs. Charles Miss, Leader; Brownie 1119, Mrs. James Brakebill, Leader; Junior 1156. Mrs. Marco Marriage Licenses Jackie Lee Tunning, of Knox- ville.snd Dinah Lee Ksgey, of Brunswick. ., ^ Harry Joe Elliott and Linda Sue Shater, both of Frederick. Edward E. Ungg and Monica M. Norrls, bom of Emmttsbuig. Richard Alton Wood, of Uams- ville and Sharon Marie Wachter f of Keymar. Robert E. Haynes and Lillian L. Mcketts, both of Baltimore. Bin Winovich and Patricia Audrey Febn, bom of Canton, Ohio. Douglas W. Henley and Peggy Marie Bowser, both of ML Airy. Jerry Wayne StuU, of Frederick and Martha BOM Camber. ofThurmont. ' William S. Brewer and Norma J. Havens, both of State College, Pa. John Eugene French, of Shenandoah Junction. W. Vs. sndSsn- dra Kaye Silver, both of Cherry Ruo,W. Va, Thomas Johnson LoyandThel- ma Marie Harmon, both of Monrovia. Marchetti, Leader^ Brownie 1127, MÂ».WilliamHutfer.Lead- er; Brownie 1268, Mrs. Richard Starrer, Leader; Junior 1286, Mrs. Robert Durdock, Leaderj Brownie 1309, Mrs. Robert Knowles, Leader; Junior 1365, Mrs. Laurence Watko, Leader, and Brownie 1502, Mrs. Calvin Phillips, Leader. The Girl Scout Council of Central Maryland is a member agency of the United Givers Fund. Property Deeded Harry Sheffler Koogte andwife ttr Helen F. Mock, county. Helen F. Mock to Larry Sheffler Koogte and wife, county. Elmer M. Sager and wife to Franklin D. Burrier. county. Ehna Y. Meyer to Albert M. Powell Jr. and wife, county. Maynard G. Grossnickle, at to Grossnickle Cemetery, Inc^ county. Elmer D. Bellinger end wife to State Roads Commission. Anna B. Compher to State ,f *Â»~ Senate Unit Favors Electoral Reforms WASHINGTON ^(AP) - The electoral college system of electing presidents presents a prospect of "unknown electors auctioning off the presidency to the highest bidder," says a majority report of the Senate Judiciary Committee. It said direct, popular election of the president is the only way to assure that each citizen's vote counts equally and that the people's choice is elected. The committee cleared a House-approved direct-election amendment to the Constitution April 24 by an 11-6 vote. Its chances of receiving the required two-thirds majority in the full Senate are in doubt The just-completed majority report said the principal defect of the present system is that electors are legally free to vote for whomever they please. POPPIE WINNERS-The Eager Beaver Poppies of Frederick are shown above as they wore the most original Poppy Name Tag at the Blossoming Night ceremonies held May 21 at the West Frederick Junior High School. Pictured above from left tor right are first row* Roxanne Brady, Nancy Allen, Carol Freytag, Anne Gilford, second row, Cheryl Gordon, Belinda Wnger, Beth Murphy, Barbara Jano- wltz, Carol Rumpf, standing in back are the leaders Joan Gilford and SaUy Schaden. (Photo by Amos L. Brown). Boads Commi B. ft Q. Railroad Company, et aL to Joseph Werner and wife. county. Victor Dale Poor and **Â«* Debnar L. Crowaon and wife. William H. Mofaler m and wife to NormsnD. Greenfield and wife, county. Ralph D. Zimmerman and wife to John F. Wnttmore and wife, county. Claude H. Favorite and wife to Mehrle F. Shriner Jr. snd wife, county* Claude H. Favorite and wife to James C. Favorite and wife, county. Â· _ - ' _ ____ J ^_ Point of Bocks Estates Inc. to Russell S. Brewer and wits, county* Point of Bocks Eatate* toe. to Paul A. 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