The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 1, 1970 · Page 16
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June 1, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 16

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PfeftB-4 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland i, im Democratic Ladies Hold Meeting The Ltdles Auxiliary of we JeffersontaB Democratic Club held their rentier monthly meeting Hey 20 fifth MM. RoWn Snv kgr, me ores ideat presiding. A note cf tfanriu'vas read from Mrs. Oirtotte Kerrigan, naofc- iai me Auxiliary for the sliver tray given to her as a wedding gift. Mrs. Evelyn Fox gave a report on me quarterly meeting Democ of the United ratic Women's Club of Maryland. Tb« meeting KM held May 20 in Baltimore at Hotel Belvedere. Those attending from the Auxiliary were Mrs. Robin Staley, Mrs. Virginia Grable and Mrs. Evelyn Fox. Following the adjournment of the meeting, refreshments were Birth Report Frederick Memorial Hospital May 22-28 Dr. and Mra. John Holder, RFO 8. first child, a son, Devon Lee, Friday. Mrs. Holder i« the former Hud* Tiaomers, Minneapolis, Mta. Mr. and Mrs. a Kay Martin, RFD 2, Hear/Hie, second child, first daughter, Gwendolyn Fay. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Oliver ST., RFD 1, MyersYille, fourth child, third daughter, Dawn Demise, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C.Jodon, 316 West College Terrace, first child, A 800 ! J*»on Aaron, Saturday. Mrs. Jodon Is the former served to 26 members guest in attendance. and 1 Mary Wilson, Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Yokley, RFD 3. ML Airy, firetchttd, a son, Thomas toward jr., Saturday. Mrs. Yokley is me former Joan Gregg, Mt. Airy. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Delger, RFD 8, fourth child, second daughter, Kendal Ann, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lowe, RFD 1, Thurmont, second child, second son. William Franklin, Sunday. SP/4 and Mrs. Darwin Far- doe. Braddock Heights, first child, a son, Darin Jon, Monday, Mrs. Fardoe is the former Joyce Brumer, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Gale A. Prato, 1330 Taney Ave., first child, a daughter, Monica Leight, Monday. Mrs. Prato is the former Joan Rajala, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Himes, Detour, third child, second son, Steven Ray, Monday* Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Fisher, RFD 3, second child, first daughter, Kfanberly Ann, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Zamarripa, 1014 H. Stark St. Fort Detrick, third child, third son, Joel, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hendrick- aon, 19122 Stedwick Drive, Gaithersburg, first child, a son, Scott David, Monday. Mrs. Hendrickson is the former Marian Atwell, Kent Island. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Loun, 28018 Ridge Road, Damascus, third child, second daughter, Ruth Jane, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Haw- SUMMER TRAlNING-Doing their Army job are Sp. 4 Edwin F. Munro, Frederick, seated and Sp. 5 Harvey D. Swanger, standing. The two are assigned to the 729th Light Maintenance Company of the Maryland National Guard currently undergoing training at Camp A. P. Hill, Va. (US Army Photo) PLAN STRATEGY-Frederick resident, Cap*. James M. Murphy, commanding officer of the 729th Light Maintenance Company of the Maryland National Guard, who is undergoing training at Camp A. P. Hill, Va,, sits in on a briefing for Maj. Gen. Samuel W. Koster (left), Deputy Commanding General, 1st Army. Capt Murphy (to the general's right) is a partner in the D.F. Murphy Mechanical Contractors, Frederick. Also pictured are LTC David H. Roye (center), acting Post Commander at Camp Hill, and Col. F. W. Boles, Chief, Training Division, Deputy Chief of Staff Reserve Forces, 1st Army. (U.S. Army Photo) NEW PICK-UP ATTACHMENT FOR N. B. HARVESTER MODEL, «1« MAKE AN OFFER HOME EQUIPMENT CENTER Div. Form Equip. Center, Inc. K» THuRMON' MO 2'i'M «P«- %^_ PH .'712700 fff \ "Where Quality Is First" f ' 515 CHURCH ST. OPEN MOti. THRU FRI. TIL · P.M. (Advert iwment) "A collision -- in the mountains?" Before yon leave on your vacation trip, consider Trip ·r Pentasl Accident Insurance -- also adequate personal liability insaraace for iajnry to others. Check yonr inewaane needs with the StotfeftSaaaer Agency. INSURANCE AGENCYinc. 25 N. COURT ST. WAI 642-4119 Tormenting Rectal Itch Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues Promptly Relieved Gives Prompt, Temporary Relief from Such Burning Itch and Pain in Many Cases. The burning itch and pain caused by infection and inflammation in hemorrhoidal tissues can cause much suffering But there is an exclusive formulation that in many cases gives prompt relief for hours from this itch and pain so that the sufferer is more comfortable again. It also actually helps shrink swelling of hemorrhoidal tissues caused by inflammation and infection. Tests by doctors on hundreds of patients in New York City, Washington, D C and at a Midwest Medical Center reported similar successful results in many cases. This is the same medication you can buy at any drug counter under the name Preparation H®. Preparation H also lubricates and protects the inflamed surface area and it doesn't sting or smart In fact, it has very soothing qualities which make it especially helpful during the night when itching becomes more intense. There's no other formula like Preparation H In ointment or suppository form. SAVE MONEY PLAIN SKIRTS PANTS SWEATERS DRY CLEAN · MOTHPROOF · PRESSED 99 3 1 MATCH OR MIX FREE SUMMER STORAGE ON ALL YOUR DRY CLEANED CLOTHES UPON REQUEST. Footers Cleaners Fredarick Shopping Center 39 S. Market St. 405 N. Market St. Una, RFD 9, second child, flrat daughter, Lisa Lynn, "tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jota D. Campbell, 31 Grant Place, second child, first son, Jon Scott, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Leather, 722 North Market SL, second child, second daughter, Toni Rene, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mock Jr., 330 North Market SL, first child, a daughter, Sherry Lynn, Wednesday. Mrs. Mock is the former Diana Smith, Adamstown. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Retlly, 525 CarroUton Drive, flrrt child, a son, Matthew Sean, Thursday. Mrs. Reilly is the former Elizabeth Pbelps, Detroit, Mich. Ap/5 and Mrs. Ralph Wilson, RPD 5, first child, a son, David Scott, Thursday. Mrs. Wilson is Maj. Alexander Awarded Medal Maj. Joseph H. Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert a Alexander of Twin Creek awarded the Navy Commendation Medal during ceremonies at Camp Schwab, Oktnaw* He was cited tor meritorious service nfth the Third Amtrac Battalion in Vietnam from April 26 to November 1,1969, On the night of June lu, 1969, while visiting the position of one of his platoons, be and his men came under severe attack by an enemy battalion. Reacting Instantly he directed the defense of his command, simultaneously converting one into a sickbay. of the Amtracs the former Jean Heck, Castro Valley, Calif. NATIONAL GUARD TRAINING-%. 5 Ron L. Brandenburg, a member of the 729th Light Maintenance Company of the Maryland National Guard repairs a radio while participating in an- nual training at Camp A.P. BUI, Va. The Hagerstown unit is the first unit to train at Camp Hill this summer. (US Army Photo) Mrs. Feaga Elected To GS Council Mrs. Garland P. Feagaof Frederick, was elected a-membor of the Nominating Committee of tbe Girl Scout Council of Central Maryland at its recent annual meeting. Her term begins June 1 and extends through May, 1972. Mrs. Feaga is well versed in Girl Scout work, having served in «uch capacities a» Troop Leader, Cookie Sale Chairman, Day Camp Leader, and Council Delegate for her Area Association. She has also worked as Assistant to the Choral Leader of the Monaca Hi C*s and as Alternate Delegate to the Community Chest Association. For a time she served the Girl Scout Council as a Field Station Secretary. The Girl Scout Council of Central Maryland is a member of the Community Chest of Anne Arundel County and the Bald- Mrs. G.P. Feaga more Area, receiving financial support through me United Fund of Central Maryland and the United Givers Fund of Frederick County. CHARMING 8*TORY HOME ta Meal with special features Uke Central Ate ft BomSwer, Chain Itak '««** K. Fun basement. Rare value! «M» Vt^.551 «^_ ,, a .J-* II POSS8- 2 S. Wtsner St. Frederick, Md. Phone 662-0271 REAL ESTATE IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Free. Where you see the "Free Food Saver" sign: One plastic food saver with each gasoline fill-up, 10-gallon minimum Three sizes 1 pint, 1'/2 pint and quart They're dishwasher-safe and lids reseal to keep leftovers fresh for days Perfect for freezing, too Collect as many as you wish at participating Esso stations The large matching juice decanter is only 69$ But although participating Esso see for yourself. 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