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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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Wedding Party At Calvary Methodist Church \ Nurses Ahunai A*Mci»tim I Card Partr HeU The Nurses Alumni Association of Frederick Memorial Hospital Id a benefit card party on the of Mrs. Sara Bennett on North Atlantic City Stamp Club Invited Here Mrs. W. Harry Haller was a guest of the Atlantic City Stamp Club at j its meeting at the Hotel Traymore' on Thursday. June 24. Market Street Wednesday. Proceeds - Mrs. Haller was asked to talk to will be used to spocsor a student u,e club on the Francis Scott Key J nurse through, three years training. · Commemorative Stamp to be issued ! Refreshments were served to 150 · here on August 9 guests. Door prizes were won by j She cxtended ^ invitation to Mrs. Grayson Smith. W.alkersvdle; the Atlantic Citv Club to come Mrs. H. R. Taylor. Thurmont; Mn.I here . OQ that daie Considerable' Harry Ruck. Thu?»?°t and Mrs. mterest was Aown _ Donald Eaves, Frederick. A bridge . shawl was awarded Miss Blanche · Mrs . Helen Ross Walker return- ; Boone. ed on Thursday to her West Col- j : lege Terrace home fo''owing a trip 1 of over a month through the north I · ern states and Canada. With her i | Airs. Wertheimer Entertained Her Eightieth Birthday Mrs. Myer Wertheimer. 313 West. --. --~. -- --ghter. 'ifc and ( Fifth street was guest at a noon- Mrs Davi(J Bafcer and their fami , j oay dinner Sunday at the Catoctm ! of BaWmore- Mrs _ Wa lker stayed! Country Club given by her chil- j three weeks a{ ^ ^^ placid drer. in honor of her eighuc . · club Lafee placid N y an{J ^ birthday. In addition to her chil- ; rcmainder of the time was spent dren and their families the guests; j Montreal and Quebe?. Canada.' included Mrs. W e r t h e i m e r s ; i brother-in-lav.- and sister, Mr. · Named Snpt- of CitonsvUle and Mrs. D. C. Brish and their son. And Suburban Baltimore Area Mr. Colgate Brish. Mr. G. Oliver Price, who for the Mrs. Wertheimer's son and past twelve years has been super- i aughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Fred j intendent of the Frederick-Carroll i Wertheimer. who have been her county area for the American house guests, will leave this after- · Stores Company has been ^.pointed noon to return to their home in superintendent of the CatonsviHe- LansiQg, Mich. · Suburban Baltimore area. Mr. i , Meredith Esworthy. former!v of this Mrs. Cecilia Davis, of Washing- j city, will succeed Mr. Price here. ton. is the house guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Price and their ( daughter, Mrs. Edna McClellan. 235 I daughter wUl shortly move from j East Second street- Mrs. Davis ex- ' their home at 1214 North Market peels to spend about two months , street to Baltimore. in Frederick. ' Mrs. Aimee Malone. Arlington Weddings The News. Frederick, Md., Friday, July 2, It4t llti .;:'--.,.aU ! , A pretty \vedding was solemized I on Saturday evening at the home of Kemptown Kei«ptOvvn --Mrs. L D. Brown- 1 Mr. aud Mrs. Clark E Stull. New I in 6 was operated on recently . i Market, when their daughter. June. 3t Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, is J became the bride of LeUie Hut- , ""Proving at her home here. · zeH. Mn of Mss Ella Hutzell. ' --Mrs. Herbert Hudgins and Mrs. John Watkins attended tb* wedding Thursday of Miss Mary Watkins. daughter of Mr. and Mn. H. H. Watkins in Alexandria, Va., and the reception which followed the ceremony in George Mason Hotel. --Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roberts and Mr. aad Mrs. Herbert Peters, of Baltimore, spent Sundav with [niony under an archway of ro-es Drowning. Miss Liij ye Williams. i The bride was attired in a goxva ( --ji rs j A. Engle is visiting ! --Mrs. Hazel Sumalt. of Baltl- of white s-atiii fashioned with a her Msler. Mrs. Thomas Plummer. i more, spent Saturday with Mrs. ; fitted bod:ce. sweetheart neckline O f Gaithersburg 1 William Watkins. · and long sleeves ending iu points --Mr. and Mrs Claytus Branden- \ --Mr. and Mrs. Latimer Watkhss ! over the hand Her fingertip veil burg entertained "The Jolly Cir- entertained a number of their j Ijanvsville. Rev. Carl F. Smith daughter. Jean, of Mar.assas. Va. performed the double ring cere- are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Fellows Studio The marriage of Miss Betty Mae Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs \Ys!bur W Baker. West Third street, to Donald Gilbert Englar, son of Mrs. Urrser Englar. Union Bridge. and the late Mr Englar. took place the afternoon of June 1C in Calvary Methodis-t church. The ceremony v. a: performed by Rev Dr. J. Franklin Haas. They are thown above wi:h members of their wedding party. In the front row. reading left to right are- Miss Emmajane Hahn, Walkersvslle. bridesmaid. Robeit Eng- Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Me-, Farms, Va., having spent the last' lar. brother of the groom. Mi. Asry. best man: Mr. and Mrs. Englar: Mrs. William Baker, sister-in- ellan, East Second street, are | week with Mrs. E. C. Shepherd. law of the bride. Hyattsville. matr Clellan spending a week at the University of Alabama. Winners In Country Club Bridge Tournament i Mr. and Mrs. W. Jarboe Grove. 104 West Third street, is now visiting with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Merriman, Brunswick. Mr. Hesbia Foster, 328 North ron of honor: Mrs. Harold Sclby. Union Bridge, bridesmaid: second row left to rignt. Harold Selby. Union Bridge, usher: George Buckey. Union Bud-jo, u-.her. · Wilbur W. Baker, father of the bride. William Baker, brother of the bride, Hyattsville. usher. Rev Dr Haas, and George Cors-jch. Walkersville. usher east and west, and Mr. and Mrs. j Market street, has been recalled to Manuel M. Weinberg. north and! the Air Force as a captain. He south, were high scorers in the dup- } will leave Sunday night for Scott licate bridge tournament held on) Field. 111., where" he will train in Engaged Monday evening at the Catoctin Country Club. Second place was [Avon by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosenstock. east and west, and Mr. Bert C. McDonnell and Mr. Joseph Rosenthal, north and south. Zonta Club Entertained Mr. and Mrs. William C. Roderick, near "Woodsboro. entertained members of the Frederick Zonta! Club on Monday evening. The i guests were taken on a straw ride i communications school for 42 weeks and receive an assignment to a permanent base upon completion of the course. His wife and child will follow him as soon as he locates living quarters for them. Mr. Foster is leaving his business at the Foster's hardv.-are store in charge of Mr. Linwood Mackenzie. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Delaplaine. j Upper College Terrace, h^ve moved ; i to their cottage, at Braddock tut-ato » i t i _ ^ vo-ixtii vru. a .an. o.»-» A.AUK- » T -- _ _ , _ _ _ , from Woodsboro to Libertytown Heights where they plan to spend Lvvhere they were served a chicken ; Jul ". and Au ? ust M «- Delaplaine ^dinner in the Methodist parish hall i Continues to improve from the bro- by the Women's Society of Chris- * en .. le * ***** '? a h f a ? *'"" tian s«-rfr«. DinnAr Tnit«v w » months ago, and gets about Service. Dinner music was furnished by Mr. William Eyler playing the autoharp and Mr. Charles Strine the violin. Old wheel chair. in a Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Belt en, ... , tertained at a picnic supper last ' 5^ a l-!^ g !_^ e _^ m «._*?:._*?? Sunday at their country home near . I Optimist Qub Makes | Gift To Capt. Foster Engaged group accompanied on the piano . Freed fa nonor Qf Mrs. Hilda Croghan. A brief ness meeting was conducted and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 1 The Optimist Club of Frederick : held its weekly meeting at the Catoctin Country Club Thursday eve' ntng at 6.30, the meeting being conducted by C. Lease Bussard. president. During the evening Prest ident Bussard presented Capiain Hesbia Foster, local hardware mer- . chant, \\sth a lifetime pen and pencil set. as a going away g i f t ' ' from the Optimist and Opti-Mrs. ' clubs. Captain Foster has been called · '· back into sen-ice \\ ith the United . States Army Air Forces, an'd will ' leave soon for dutv at Scott Field. m. ; The program was then turned, over to Lloyd W. Stup. vice presi- i dent and chairman of the Boys Work committee, who in turn introduced Claude Fulmer and James " · Abrecht, president and vice presi- ' ; dent of the Jr. Optimist Club, who ' , told of their experiences and in- ' Mr. and Mrs. Millard D. Gaither. structions received at the Uni- . was of French net fastened to a halo of white pleatc--! s-aim She \ 'carried a bridal hououct of \\hite' roses and baby's breath. Her on! .jewelry v.a- .· *«nxle Mraiid of ! pearls and eas rings to match. Mrs William Burgee, sifter of the groom. \\as matron of hor.or Her t;o\vn U-.I-. of nml. taffeta fashioned like lha' of the budeX \\i\\\ head band and ami jnitts. to snatch S!v ] carried an arm bouquet of pin! ! xiiarcsraio!* 1 ' a"i b'tw delohiniiim Mrs. Alvey Fleming, sister of the bride, and Mr Kalph Smith, bitter , of the groom were bridesmaids " Their gowns were of aqua taffeta, fashioned with square necks, puff sleeves, arm mitts and head bands '. to match They carried arm bouquets of psnk snapdragons and . baby's breath Harry Nik irk. cousin of the , bride. \\ as best man Alvey Fleming ! and Ralph Smith, brother-in-law:, · of the bride and groom, were ush- · The bride's mother was attired in a fio\\n of ro?e lace w i t h white · accessories, and wore a corsage of , white carnations The groom's- 'mother was attired in a gov.-n of ' blue crepe with black accessories. and wore a corsage of white carna- . lions. Preceding the ceremony. William Burgee, cousin of the bride, played . "Oh Promise Me." and "At Dawning " Miss Jean Burgee sanTM "Because" and "I Love You Truly." The traditional wedding marches were played. · Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held for about 150 guests Thursday. Mr. . and Mrs Hutzell left for a trio i sou Hi. Upon their return they \\ ill ! reside at the home of the bride. c le" at their home Wednesday eve--Mrs. William Watkins. Mrs. J friends at dinner on Sunday. --Miss Ruth Davis, of Baltimore, spent the weekend with her par- A Engle. Miss Lillye Williams and ! ents. Mr. and Mrs. Warrea Davij. i . i (JOBLESS »*A'D s2°5.-r,i ; Annapolis. July 1 ·$·--Maryland j paid out 5225.364 in unemployment ] compensation last week. Chairman i Russell S. Davis of the Department I of Employment Security reported today. j About 1.700 workers were tcmp- j orarily discharged by 19 firms during the week, Davis said in his ; regular summary for Governor ! Lane. Miss Marv Alice Gaither - . . . . , j Dudle y ^*Di 2ges who have recent- 813 Motter avenue, announce the , versity of Citizenship, held at colored. Klinehart's Al- to members of the club. Mf a^Mrs^ldTar 1 ^ SumSrJ i l ° me Weat ***** Te oa to visit ' course at Sinai Hospital, of jSetown, ^en^ertainTred?' i tteir E ° n J ° hn Wh ° ? nlisted ' m the ; She was graduated from erick Zontians at a picnic supper . ? avy ' RIt - ^d Mrs Richard Bennett , High School in 1945. to be served on the lawn of ·£ ' Jr " accom Pam«i them. They will : home. Miss Barbara Crum Mr. and J.Irs. El wood Wilson Crum. Washington street. an- their Beall. Beall. of been set edding. ! visit their son-in-law and daughter, ! JMr. Two Rivers, "Wis. course and trip included numerous places in and around f Washington. Among the places they ! visited were ill Vernori. the Cap- j 5 Repairs ' ito1 buildin S an ^e Department of ! f , Justice. While at the Department | Citing their importance under the ! of Justice the boys met J. Edgar ; rent control laxv. Area Rent, H °o v er. head of the F B I., and also ,, O15cers tl and Hollman . Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A. Arris and son, Dan, 220-A Carroll Parkway, left last Saturdav morning Dr - and ]VIrs - Geor g e Wilkens and j ^ for a vacation trip to" Superior. ' oun « son, of Teaneck. N. J.,- were | Wis., Duluth, Slinn. and Chicago to arrive today at the summer cot- j . . . _ . . . .. ... HL j tage of Mrs. Byron E. Hughes, i Director Walter R. Health today ex- , ? member of the Downtown Wash- . j Braddock Heights, to spend theiplamed the difference between a 5n S tor ^ Optimist Club. Mr. Hoover ' Master Edward Coe. son of Mr. ; holiday weekend. Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Coe. has returned · the color plastic expert to his home in New Windsor after j pent corporation. Mrs. ._. _ . . . visiting his grandmother. Mrs. Mil- i the former Miss Helen Poffinberger. ne said, "is generally a structural ! spies and other criminals in the ' dred Culler, Frederick for the past · xvho is known here where she has ' additional to a dwelling unit, or a , United States. The club will meet two 'Weeks. · j visited in the past .and where her ' structural betterment, or a com- i n _e x t Thursday evening at the same . mother attended Hood College ! Plete rehabilitation. In other -words,' time and Place with Charles Staley · Little Blanche Louise Smith, I | under tne head of structural addi- i I n charge of the program. ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond . Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn. of I tion a landlord might add an extra ' ~~ ~ I Luther Smith, of Woodsboro. is j New York, a co-founder of the Na- i room to a building. A structural AKRES TS LISTED ; celebrating her seventh birthday tional Travelers Aid Association, is ! betterment could mean making a T^ee arrests were made yester- j '~*~~ retiring after 27 years of service j modem kitchen by putting in new jay by city police. They were! J o n the board of directors. Mrs. and up-to-date fixtures where old Arthur Haller. Frederick: John! Rosensohn was tendered an illumi- i and out-of-date fixtures existed be- nated parchment scroll by several. fore. And a complete rehabilita- officials of the association, including tion would be a general moderni- ~ | Miss Bertha McCalL the general J zation and reconstruction of an , ·n-, ^-^.^ i, *- - ,, J j director, who is known here \vhere ' existing dwelling unit." ' Washington when taeir son. Mr. ^na . *,.,,, ,^;*^ , ,,,.,,».,, ,, » + , - ,, ,, ; *_ _. ,._ _, - HERSHEYSLV* C R E A M SOLID-PACKED F U L L P I N T m n E ¥ 25X PHILCO TELEVISION Full size table model with big, clear detailed pictures. Daybright even in daylight. Automatic control-simplified tuning. Magnificent mahogany cabinet of rich swirl graining. Stop in for demonstration of set and other Philco Products. HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED MELVIN M. ENGLE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Back of Post Office Phone 80 Frederick. Md. Motter avenue, attended the mencement exercises of Benjamin . Roger C. received the- degree of Bachelor of Commercial Science. Mr. and Mrs. Eyler were accompanied to Washington by their daughter. Miss Sally Eyler. | TEAM TO COMPETE she has visited a number of times, s As examples of major capital Miss McCall is a graduate of Hood ( improvement. Mr. Heath gave build- ] College^ and is a member of the ! ing a garage, where there had been ' Hood Board. Miss Mary L. Rockwell, of Brunswick, accompanied by Miss Louise Shimp. of Martinsburg. W. Va.. left Wednesday for Fort Worth. Tex. Miss Rockwell, as Maryland state president -will attend the biennial Martinsburg. W. Va.. July 1 (JPt --The ritualistic drill team of the jnone before, and installation of a I modern bathroom. ; " Fixing a broken window or door. ing lant that broke d o w n a r e con . '- Marunsourg Moose uoge will go; s5 |J ed ordinarv repairs -. he to Chicago in August to compete .. ____ , .. T ^ ,,.,' ___ *:__.r __! in the national finals by virtue of ,» tinued. "In other word?, anything , their victors- over five other teams U.J^-J.J. V I\-t*_7i V L f V ^ i . A » C. L/lr^^Ci. IC-OiiJO · J t _ - i- - in an elimination contest at Frost- ' thmg tna j s ° - .that's just a replacement of some- or what would convention of the National Feder- burg Md .come under the heading of main- ation of Business and Professional The local team has won the Bor- i tenance an d upkeep, would be re- · Women's Clubs to be held in Fort j der States Moose Association \ palr ^ « ther than capital improve- Worth July 4-10. After the con- j championship for three of the past m ents." _ , vention the Misses Rockwell and i four vears. i Under the law, a major capital ^ Shimp will journey to Mexico be- i ^ i improvement entities a landlord to fore returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Hilleary Rockwell. With an increasing number of an increase in rent Ke must peti- farmers operating tractors at! tion the Area Rent O*Sce for the in- night, a special sealed-beam head,Jr. Silver Spring, spent some time j light for the tractor has been dc- crea^e arid cannot raise the rent ur.tiJ receiving an order from the si his home In Brunswick before j veloped. Its lens is designed to ' Area Rent Director. leaving Wednesday morning for · concentrate the light on the area j -Columbia University. New York j immediately ahead of the mach-; Gliding and soaring city, where Mr. Rockwell will work j ine. ! simplest types of flight. on his master's degree. are tne Mr. Richard Aibaugh Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs Austin C. Thomas. East Third street, is spending the jrionth of July at Camp Hemlock for Boys. Waynesviile. X. C. He is the guest of his uncle. Mr. Fred Crum, who OWTJS and operates the camp. Mr. Harry Crum. o£ Newport News. Va . is visiting for a few days with his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs Austin C. Thomas. East Third street Mr. and Mrs. John M Grove. 215 Dill avenue, left today for Pittsburgh. Pa. where they will speod a week at the home of their son. ' Mr. John Marion Grov e. and f am- , liy. Mr. Roy I. Hyndman. Dill avenue, is observing his 74th birthday today. , and receiving many felicitations and i greetings. { Mrs J A Kidwiler. Frederick. Route 2 returned Wednesday after , a three weeks visit with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. ] John E Geiser. Neodesho, Kan. She also spent a short time with her aunt. Mrs. J . M.. Messick, El Dorado Springs, Mo. SPECIAL Sale Ladies' Handbags and Costume Jewelry Purchase one at Regular Price and Receive Another for One Cent KEY HOTEL BLDG. IQOK AT THE HfcPPY M1M/ - - - THATS A. GRIN Of CONTENTMENT ON HIS FACE -- AFTER. A. VERY GOOD DINNER..^. I'VE HAD PLENTY OF EXPERIENCE m COOKING, 6UT LOTS OF THE CREDIT fOR SUCCESSFUL MEALS SHOULD GOTO MY FAVORITE FOOD STORE I ALWAYS BUY GROCER!tS AT JOMNNY't MARKET FOR THEY HAVE VARIETY AND DEPENDABLE QUALITY/ Reg. Smoked Hams * 65* Watermelons . . S 1.49 Smoked Picnics * 53 BEST TENDERIZED New Potatoes 10 39 Round Steak 89 '· LOCAL HersheySyrup 2 - 2 5 Green Beans 2 » 29 ! c FULL QUART 12-OZ. CAN Snack (Lunch Meat) 43' Big Dime Bleach 3 · 25 UNCLE GREEN'S Sweet Pickles . . 40 Cantaloupes . . 25 Slicing Tomatoes 20 Mayonnaise . . 49e Our Leader Coffee 38 JOHNNYS MARKET 630 NOAT44 MARKET 5T.4?^««£ MOII1 lt\ l»ll\ltl\ Y Successor To Pearre's Drug, Start Drug Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 A jvjvo rjvc i i\ r c Reopening of and Sales Room Come in--visit--See the latest model Ranges., Water Heaters. Servel Refrigerators. 36" ORIOLE RANGE Installed with "Metered Service" *139 .75 Jones "Metered Gas" Service JOSEPH C. FIXFKOCK. Manager R. C. SIMMONS. Service Manager ROBERT MANDERSON HEAR!! ROBERT MANDERSON Associate Director of the HELPING UP MISSION Baltimore, Md. YOUTHMCHRIST Saturday, July 3 7:45 P. M. Winchester Hall E. Church St., Frederick, Maryland Mr. Mandcrson. before his conversion, was a night club entertainer, and you'll be thrilled to hear the story of his conversion, from night club to Christ. In conjunction with his powerful ipeakip.fr. he's an excellent singer and pianist. Come and Invite Your Friends Picnics . . . . . . . . »49c Large Ripe Watermelons Jiff Siaes-- Ice Cold CAVELL'S Hot Dogs . . . . . . . fc 49 Full Assortment of Pickles, Potato Chips. Paper Plates ami Other Ptense Supplies Local Slicing Tomatoes * 19 Green Lima Beans 2 ^ 29c No. 1 New Potatoes 1K 39c The Glorious Fourth July 4, 1776 a glorious past for our country, earned through toil, sweat, privation and even death. July 4, 1948, a glorious present, and a more glorious future ahead. We have come a long, * long way, and every true American will still give all they have to keep our country great, and keep July 4th a memorial date. Frederick County National Bank OF FREDERICK NO. 1 NORTH MARKET STREET Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .FWSFAPFR!

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