The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 1, 1967 · Page 3
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Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, September 1, 1967
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irs Ago m-PMt file* 1*47 rORK WILL on construc- i of a water iging station The project ruction of a ecial instru- y keep track ARS ON A not specified inances as erein persons y City Police agis'.rate Al- »d last night. ; came in re- 1 arrests of s within the UES worked xr Day to ear's bumper ·n. without fear iisfavor of a This is the there can be resentation of jf view to the f. e Secretary be promoting toint in the f the govern- re considera- nal policy to Hint, the Sec- ould explain Defense Mc- many of the ndations on :y as well as questions af- icurity in all Thus, policy sd by the See- on the TFX ane, nuclear- he anti-ballis- , and other on which dif- i have arisen. g campaigns irs, the tough- sen hit at the ralue and for omic as well . Mr. McNa- ersuaded the the other way art with the rst so as not y unduly. The i increasingly an lives. The has lost 664 am, and it 500 had been air force was :k the missile oviets had in- ietnam. the Vietnam ' pleas by the permission to ibing, which md then later after exper- rated that the ; right at the 1 not being ·, are impor- ·s the PoH o' litary chiefs this, but cvi- ·t being invit- Ith the Prcsi- ar! of Deaths JOSEPH H. WEDDLE Joseph H. Weddle, 30, M*d- dletown, died Wednesday nignt. He was the son of Mrs. Grace Fisher Weddle of Baltimore, and the late Ira Weddle. He was a member of the Harmony Church of the Brethren and was employed by the Frederick Asphalt Company. Besides his mother he is sui- vived by his wife, Ruby Baker Weddle; one daughter, Gina Marie Weddle; one son, Joseph Weddle Jr., both at home. Four sisters, Mrs. Florence Long, Mrs. Lena Fogle, Mrs. Barbara Norwood, all of Frederick, and Mrs. Mary Waltz of Baltimore. Four brothers, Harry S. Weddle, Frostburg, John I., Guy E. and Lee F. Weddle, all of Frederick. Funerals MRS. CARRIE V. WEISHAAR Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie V. Weishaar of Taney town were held Thursday from the C.O. Fuss and SODS Funeral Home in Taneytown. The Rev. William Wiley officiated . Pallbearers sens of the grand- They were: Elmer Rippeon, Thomas Kippeon. Kenneth Grider, Rich- were all deceased. Burial was in the Reformed Church Cemetery. Friends may call at the Glad- cr officiated MRS. MAGGIE DEAN GAGEL Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Dean Gagel were held this morning at the C. O. Fuss and Son Funeral Home in Taney town. The Rev. Frederick Horn- hill Funeral Home after 7 p.m. today. Services will be at the Harmony Church of the Brethren Sunday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Basil Grossnickle will ficiate. Pallbearers were Clarence Lockard, Harvey Palmer Sr., Lloyd Devilbiss Sr., Robert Devilbiss, Charles Sigafoose, O f. and Myers Englar. Burial was in the Burial will be in the Harmony Cemetery. Lutheran Church Cemetery. ROY E. PICKETT Westminster, died T h u r s- TM m *TM day morning following a long illness. He was a retired farmer, born in Carroll County, son of the late Charles E. and Verdie Pickett. He was the husband of the late Sophronia E. Pickett who died two months ago. Surviving is a foster daughter, Ruby Logue of Mt. Airy; two brothers, Ernie, Mt. Airy, Emory, Taylorsville; and a MRS. ISABEL K. WILCOXON rraveside services for the Kreh of Wilcoxon were held at Mount Olivet Cemetery on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. Roland C. Hobbs, Assistant pastor of Evangelical Lutheran Church, officiated. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. sister, Mrs. William of Taylorsville. MRS. G. V. WOODWARD Mrs. Gertrude V. Woodward, 78, a 50-year resident of Wood- Friends may call at the Waltz Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m today. Funeral services will be held from the funeral home f«at- urday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in the Taylorsville Cemetery. Hooper bine in "Carroll County, died Thursday afternoon at Springfield State Hospital, Sykesville. She was born in Carroll County, daughter of the late John and Ella V. Zepp. She was the widow of the late William E. Woodward. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Rachel Woodward of Ellicott City, and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Waltz Funeral Home 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 9 Sunday. Services will be held from the iuneial home Monday at 11 a.m. Burial in Mt. Oli,e Cemetery, near Mt. Airy. MAURICE M. FNYDER Maurice M. Snyder, 91, of Borwingsville, died Thursday evening at the Vindobona Convalescent Home in Braddock Heights. Born in Browingsville, he was a son of the late John Leonard and Sennie Young Snyder. He was the husband of the late Edith E. Snyder, and was a retired farmer. He was a member of Prudence Lodge No. 190 AF and AM in Mt. Airy. Surviving are one son, Forrest B. Snyder of Browingsville; two daughters, Mrs. Parepa ^as the single most important Bertol'ni of Scotch Plains, N.J. thing which could be done in and Mrs. Elsie Kinsey of Fred- jj or th Vietnam from a military erick; two sisters, Mrs. Odes- standpoint. They felt this meas- Arab Summit Conference Near End i KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP -- | The Arab summit conference neared its end today with Egypt and Jordan apparently among the doves--for the time being-and unity of policy toward Israel still out of sight. The conference was expected to end tonight with a commu- nique full of verbal hostility toward Israel and nothing else. Two proposals aimed ft hurting Britain, the United Spates, and West Germany were dropped. One, by Iraq, called for a three-month halt in shipment of all Arab oil to the West followed by a complete embargo on oil for the three western nations the Arabs claim were Israel's chief allies. The other called for withdrawal of Arab deposits from banks of those nations, a proposal aimed mainly at the oil nations' balances in Britain. The split between moderates and extremists among the 13 Arab nations was emphasized by a report in Egypt's semioffi-1 cial Middle East News Agency that the three oil monarchies-- | Kuwait, Libya and Saudi Arabia--had agreed to contribu'ej $378 million to bolster the econo-, mies of Egypt and Jordan. The report said Syria, the other active Arab participant in the war and Algeria's ally in demanding immediate resumption I of military action, would get nothing from the fund because i t : "did not submit any assessment · of its losses to the conference. ' Syria boycotted the conference, the only Arab nation not represented. Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser indicated to the conference that Egypt's military forces are not strong enough to fight to regain territory lost to Israel in the June war. He s u g g e s t ed obliquely Wednesday that the Arab nations should build up their strength and meanwhile turn to the diplomatic field to "elirrr- nate the traces of Israeli aggression." But there was indication he is ready to negou- ate with Israel either direccly or indirectly. And Submits Its Own THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday. September 1. 1M7 P»f · S Group Labels Model Constitution 'Radical' LOCAL MENTIONS Dance At the Black Horse Tavern Every Friday Saturday Nite Music By Shirley the Rhythm Makers 9 to 12 --$1. per person By EILEEN BURKE StaH Writer A group of Marylanders who consider the draft constitution prepared by the Eney Commission " t o o radical," have mailed an alternate model constitution to constitutional convention delegates. The vice-chairman of the Save Our State Committee, Thomas N. Clifford, Baltimore attorney, said Thursday that the group considered the Eney constitution "a move away from democracy toward central control of government." His committee particularly objects to the power the Eney draft gives to the governor and chief justice and the provisions which maKis it possible to "completely eliminate" county lines. Clifford said the 25 "interested citizens" who make up the Save Our State Committee began working on their constitution shortly after the Constitution Convention election in June. Senate (Continued From lage One) isolation of the Port of Haiphong Personals Mrs. Margurite Wachter ard daughter, Lori Ann of Taneytown, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mackley and son Donnie, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bowman and son, Thomas of this place spent a day of last week with Mr. Horace A. Smith. Mrs. Dorothy Cavell and Miss Brenda Marsules of Boyds. spent Saturday night with her sister, Mrs. Cora Setherley. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Will of Westminster announce the birth of twin sons, Robert Allen sn* Randall Scott, August 25 m Frederick Memorial Hospital. The grandparents are Mrs. Alice Dennis of Frederick and The copy of the Save Our State Committee constitution which was mailed to delegates to the convention takes up 112 printed pages and has the motto, "Keep the Free State Free," printed on the cover. Clifford described the document as being "75 per cent existing constitution and 25 percent Eney.'' He called the existing state constitution "a basically good document which could stand some revising." The original purpose of the Eney Commission was to revise the existing constitution, but "they got charged up and wrote a new document," Clifford added. Clifford described t n e members of his committee as "people from all waV.« of life who favor less Drastic changes in the constitution." In a prepared statement, the Save Our State Committee expressed fears that the type constitution proposed by the Eney Commission would be "susceptable to evasion and distortion" which would not be possible under the present constitution. Other provisions of the Eney draft opposed by the committee include: 1. The replacement of the Declaration of Rights in the present constitution with provisions taken from the first eight amendments of the Federal constitution. 2. The shortening of residence requirements for voters and the provisions allowing persons living in "Federal Encalves" to vote. 3. The "restrictions" on referendums by increasing the i constitution which require a balanced budget, debt retirement by a specific tax in 15 years, 'and the prohibition of the loan of the state's credit to any in-, dividual, association or corpora- j tion. Family Picnic Post No. 9 Middletown. Md. SEPF. 4, 6 P.M. Regular Social Members And Family $1 OOea. Children under 14 free Guests $3 LOCAL MENTIONS Chicken Sandwich Special 2 Pieces of Chicken On Hot Buns Cole Slaw French Fries asc Cold Subs 3 for $1 00 Kwik Kook Family Take Out Shop 911 East St. 602-4443 LOCAL MENTIONS We Never Refuse Refuse The C. E. (Buck) Tyeryar Co. Septic Tank Cleaning Refuse And Garbage Pick Up Tel. 663-9336 - 662-2213 J. C. BRYANT Box 52, Frederick, Md. 21701 C. E. (Buck) TYERYAR Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB Sh. 473-8218 or 663-6960 Top Quality Beef 473-8586 or 473-8619 By The Quarter, Hatf or Whole By The Half, 50c Per Lb. Cut For Freezers R. D. HEMP SON Jefferson Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere appreciation and thanks, to our wonderful neighbors, friends and relatives for the beautiful j flowers, cards, visits and many acts of kindness during the illness and death of our beloved I husband and father John H. Wise. And also Rev. Francis Phillips for his visits and prayers. For Dr. Reynolds, Dr. Chase 1 and Dr. Pearre Jr., all hospital! personnel and to all at the i Frederick Nursing Center. May ! God Bless you aU for being so ; kind during this great loss. ] MRS. JOHN H. WISE AND DAUGHTER | MRS. AUSTIN SHEPLEY Craftsmanship la Painting Interior Exterior Phone 663-C116 Wm. D. Boweis Lumber Cc. FREE ESTIMATES Ail Work Done By Area s Best Pointers Satisfaction Guaiantetd Yard Closed Labor Day FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY Labor Day Supper Sept. 4 2 P.M. Fried Chicken Country Ham Adults, $1.75 Children, $1.00 Carryouts 25c extra Salem Methodist Church, Cedar Grove, Md. Rte. 27 Mercer, Poole Car-mack Reunion Walkersville Carnival Grounds 12 o'clock Bring Basket Lunch L You Can't Move--Then Improve Use Frederick's Best Known Remodeling Service CALL 663-6116--TODAY Bowers Lumber--Frederick Putman-Stull-Remsburg Reunion-SEPT. 3, 1967 Mountaindale Picnic Grove Annual Picnic Carroll Manor Fire Co. SEPT. 3, 2 P.M. Claggett Center, Buckeystown ] M ehrle N. Wachter, Clerk Members, Auxiliary Family ESTATE AUCTION R. M. Thomas and A. T. Du* row as Adminis. C.T.A. of the Est." of Ralph G. Thomas, will sell Cattle, Machinery, Dairy Equip., Household butcher ing items on the Ralph G. Thomas farm located between Rt. 15 and New Design Rd., 1 mile south of Adamstown. Md. on Wed., Sept. 13 at 10:30 a.m. H. Reese Shoemaker, Jr., Attorney 117 N. Court St., Frederick, Md. Glenn Jas G. Trout, Aucts. Invited JUG BRIDGE INN Hot Steamed Crabs Friday. Saturday Sunday Eat In - Or Take Out Call 663-9560 Peaches J. H. Hale Elberts Plums Damsons CLABAUGH'S ORCHARD Phone 271-7382 sa Smith of Potomac and Mrs. would have a substantial Parepa Benson of Baltimore, impact on the course of the war i Five grandchildren also survive. anc j the American and allied! Friends mav call at the Olin Molesworth Funeral Home in Damascus where services will be h*ld Sundav at 2 p.m. Burial casualties in the South." There were indications of a p.m. will be in Bethesda Methodist Cemetery in Browingsville. two-fold purpose in the swift release ot tne suocommittee s im- WALTER Walter Gaines Simpson, 67, of Westminster, died this morning at the Annie M. Warner nal report: -The panel denounced pro- GAINES SIMPSON posals for a pause in the bomb- 1»i in AC Oimr\cr\n £7 .«*·« n f ' 'tswMieh anrl r»QlVf» " mg as "looiish and naive," oat said it was not clear that all such suggestions are onicialiy Hospital in Gettysburg after an i dead. A subcommittee source said civilian witnesses refused to rule out such action. In the Senate, Sen. John Sher- extended illness. Born in Aidmont, Va., he was the son of the late Walter Lee r.nd Annie Gaines Simpson. Surviving are three daughters. Mrs. Gloria Elliot of Hanover. Pa., Mrs. Jean Grossnickle of near New Windsor; end Mrs. Barbara Redd of Westminster; one son. Walter Lee Simpson of Littlestown. Pa.: two sisters, Mrs. .lessee Raw'ey of Hvattsville. and Mrs. suggestions, Edward Hall of Virginia Beach, sa id "the Va. Seven grandchildren also would survive Mr. Simpson was a member 01 the Methodist Church K'amilton, Va. Friends may call at the New LBJ Signs New Bill To Benefit 'Cold War' Vets WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Johnson signed into law Thursday a bill giving a $286-million package of benefits to "cold war" veterans and the men on the Vietnamese battle lines. Twenty-eight casualties of the war there, most in hospital garb and many in wheel chairs and casts, looked on at the ceremonial bill-signing in the White House East Room. The bill provides pension, educational and other benefits for veterans who served 180 consecutive days in uniform after Jan. 31, 1956, and for their Edward Will of Dennings. The parents are both graduates of Mt. Airy High School. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. M-i- gin, Nashville, Tenn., announce the birth of a daughter, Vicki Lyn, August 18. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. Fred Magin, Westminster. The Rev. William F. Wilev, pastor of Grace United Church of Christ of Tanevtown, was the guest minister Sunday at the United Church of Christ of Jefferson. Mrs. Wiley accompanied him. Misses Cathy Auman of Sea- Teresa Clark of Burlington, N.C., a n d R u t h Groman of Allentown, Fa., were recent visitors of Miss Debbie Wiley of Taneytown. They are all roommates and classmates at Catawba College, Salisbury, N.C. This fall they enter their junior year. tion" provisions in the existing LOCAL MENTIONS Country Cured Especially priced U Ham!. churches, Fire Deot. s, etc. W- bone roll furnish electric nicer free. Phone TR 4-il41 -- Monday thru Thursd?v evening. R . L . SAPPINCTON Lime vtiln, Md. man Cooper, R-Ky., proposed a ' and dependents bombing pause lor after Sun- T ne first-year cost is estimat- day's South Vietnamese elec- e( j at $285,600,000. lions to test chances for peace j Johnson told his audience, negotiations. Mansfield praised made up largely of members of tms suggestion, saying it de} Congress, federal officials, ax- served serious consideration. : ecutives of veterans organiia- In language which seemed rie-! tions and the current Miss signed to discourage such America, that the bill is in great the subcommittee par t for those on the line in inevitable result, Vietnam, be an increased i n f i l t , a - j Johnson said that "every sin- Milwaukee Police Arrest 125 Marchers MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP)-Police engulfed a line of 400 civ- , j . i . , - , il rights marchers Thursday tion of men and war goods «nto j g l e day, and every single wak- night backing a 30-day ban on C n ,.tV\ Wintrtorrt **r\A inft-oacnH I :_-. I »» U~ :« ..T^^L-iM** « « i f K -,r "*E 11V "" o _ J . . Annual Picnic Sapper Fried Chicken Country Ham Family Style SAT., SEPT. 2. 3 P.M. until Adults $1.75 Children 75c Music By Harmony Band Flint Hill Church Park Mills Road School Supplies Starter Set, field binder $2.03 value for only $1.29. I Piano hinge special with Western embossed vinyl cover and metal edge a $2.98 value for only $1.98. 18 other kinds of loose leaf binders. A complete selection of quality filler paper including 300 and 500 sheets special. Full Assortment Sc ipto, Paper Mate and Sheaffer pens and pencils. Book Bags and thermos lunch kits, Shoes, socks, and dresses for girls. Shoes, socks, shirts and pants for boys. WATKINS 5 10 CENT STORE Mt. Airy, Md. Annual Fall Supper OCTOBER 14 Libertytown Methodist WSCS Frederick Landscape Service Seeding - Shrubbery Free Estimates 618 Grant Place 662-5760 School Girls! Back to school Haircuts Reduced! Effective AUG. 29 thru SEPT. 13. Reg. $2.50, Now $1.75. MARCEL HAIRSTYLISTS 662-6116 Shipley's Now Showing 1968 RCA And SYLVANIA COLOR And Black White TV's, Stereos And Radios. Also A Few 1967 Models At Reduced Prices SHIPLEY'S, INC. 123 N. Market St. 662-3221 Foam Robber Center Shredded -- Cut to size RELIABLE JUNK CO. 5th East Sts. 663-4462 MON. - FRI. 8 to 5 SAT. 8 to 12 noon Septic Tank Cleaning NELSON TUCKER 662-8474 Smokehouse Apples Plums FLANIGAN ORCHAKD Thurmont. Md. 271-2775 Grill Man For Night Shift Top Pay All Benefits Apply In Person HORN HORN FAMILY RESTAURANT Frederick Shopping Center We will Notice be closed SEPT. 4, The Big Mountaindale Picnic The Mountaindale union Sun i day School will hold its 83rd Glade Valley Milling Co. annual picnic Saturday, Sept 2nd. Music by The Yellow Springs Band. Address by Rev Edward Fisher a former pas- At Walkersville Woodsboro Will Be Closed Labor Day Labor Day, Valley Coop., Southern States .tor of the Rocky Hill Lutheran Middletown, Md. South Vietnam and increased of casualties among U.S. and allied troops." The subcommittee indicated Windsor Funeral Home of D. D. that if its prescription is to be j fully. Hartzler and Son, Saturday eve- followed, the action will have to ing hour" he is working w i t h - v - , st - eet demon strations. At least ery resource at his command t o , J25 persons were arrested, in- hasten the day when the war in cluding a white Roman Catholic Vietnam will be resolved peace-, priest the Rev j ar nes Groppi. ning Funeral services will be conducted from the funeral home on Sundav at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Albert Mako'in, pas- be taken soon because of weather. "It must be borne in mind that the Northeast "The forces who launched that war now, at this moment," Johnson said, "are tragical! using every terroristic plan, Church officiating. Burial will be in the Meadow Branch Cem- targets that can etery. The family requests in sa id the report, lieu of flowers, contributions be monsoon practice or device they can con- us eople of electing Two persons were injured. There were indications that another march might be stage.! tonight. "They can never get all of said one Negro nearly in tor of St. Benjamin's Luthera:i from mid-October to April cuts ' ce j v e to try to stop the people of tears a ^ er po iic e scattered the down severely on the number of Vietnam from freely be struck," i their own government. secretary of the Air Force; Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash.; Howard W. Cannon, D-!Sev., an Air Force Reserve major general; Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va.; Marthen we Americans are going garet Chase Smith, R-Maine; to--we Americans must--man Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., an Air the line where that commitment Force Reserve major general; runs." and Jack Miller, R-Iowa, an Air Force Reserve brigadier general. made to Society. MRS. EVELYN ADAMS Mrs. Evelyn Etzler Adams, 31, wife of Merhl A. Adams. Buckeystown, died at Frederick Memorial Hospital Thursday at 9-05 p.m She was a daughter of the late Alvie M and Bertie Whitmore Etzler and was a member of Calvary Metho d i s t Church where she was a teacher in the Nursery Department. Mrs. Adams vi-as also a mem ber of Buckeystown Homemak- the Auxiliary at Memorial Hospital, director of Ladies of the Farm Bureau Board, Ladies Auxiliary of the Carroll Manor Fire company, Adamstown and of the day morning for tests and oh- P.T.A. of Frederick High School s ervation. No visitors are allow- and was a former 4-H Leader. ] ed. Surviving are her husband, | -two children, Sue Carol Adams and Merhl Richard Adams, both at home and the following sisters and brother- Mrs. Harold McDevitt Mt Pleasant; Mrs. George C Stauffer, Walkersville Mrs. Arthur Trout, this city A Rudell Etzler. Mt Pleasant; Miss Lucille F»'ler, this city, Mrs. J. Philip Carty, marchers. "Let's fill up the whole jail," "The aggressors must realize said another. It was the second straight night in which police cracked nis, D-Miss., were Sens. Stuart people to secure and strengthen down on an attempted demon- Symington D-Mo., a former their *"»*»^ r » «/\»* f*n *vi*»^ *-\7 . i- ,-- *i-- m*:i 1-- ^7.--»*. Signing the unanimous repon , that they cannot defeat the ef- the American Cancer along with Chairman John Sten- f or t s of the South Vietnamese nation, nor can they, !:y s t ra tion by the Milwaukee Youth speeches or their propi- Council of the National Associa- com- t j on f or the Advancement of Col- their ganda, deter America's mitment to assist them. ored People Fifty-eight persons "Until that realization comes, were arrested Wednesday night. Mrs. Merhl Adams of Buckeystown entered the Freder- j c k Memorial Hospital Thurs- Japan produced 113 airplanes last year. Johnson said the new benefits bill is a way of saying to a na- 1 tion's men at arms in Vietnam 1 and elsewhere that America does not forget. Canada was visited by 12,334 vitralians last year. He said also it will help needy we re charged veterans of past conflicts by: i Mayor Henry Providing funds to help -e- against street A police car was burned and its windshield smashed soon aft- ed the dispersal of Thursday night's march. Also among those arrested was Mrs. Vel 1'hillips. Milwaukee's only Negro member of the Milwaukee Common Council. Virtually all those arrested Funeral services will be held at Calvary Methodist church. with violating Maier's edict demonstrations. servicemen with their ,i av j n an emergency proclama- education or with jib traini.ig The ban was imposed wertnes- under the GI Bill of rights day in an emergency proclama signed 18 mon'hs ago. It will tion prompted by ooen housing help those with families more inarches by the vouth council than single men. into the predominantly Polish --Giving men now in uniform South Side. the name veterans benefits their Father Groppi was also predecessors in other wars re- charged with resisting arrest ceive and batterv. He was released in --Increasing pensions of two $1.000 bond. million veterans and widows an! The nriest said another march average of 5.4 per cent to raise might be attemnted tonight aft- the living standards of the older or a rallv at St Bon'face church and poorer pensioners. where he is assistant pastor. l Most of the act's provisions SUMMER Is Almost Gone While The Country Side Is Still Beautiful, H?DW About Treating Yourself And Your Friends To A Ride And Stop By CASTLE FARMS Ice Cream Shanty For Black Raspberry Ice Cream And Why Not Try Some Other Flavors In The HARVEST CUP For Only 25c Heavy Frying Chic.pns Legs Or Breasts, 39c Lb. Smearkase 25c Lb. Let's Not Forget The Fresh Churned Butter At CASTLE FARMS Sixes Bridge On The Monocacy River Between Detour EmmitsburR Junior Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary Will Hold Cafeteria Supper TUESDAY, SEPT. 5th, 6:30 p.m. Bring Covered Dish Guest Church. Plate lunch served beginning at 4:00 o'clock for $1.00. Plan to meet your friends at this "Old-Time" picnic. MERLE C. SUMMERS Painting, Masonry, Carpentry Spouting, Cement Work Phone 371-6891 Price Increase Oct. 1 World Book Encyclopedia World's Largest Seller Representatives Needed MRS. CONSTANCE MERCER 845-8558 After 3 P.M. Prune Plums $2.00 Per Bushel You Pick Large Plums, Small Trees Limited Quantity Call WACHTER ORCHARDS, Mt. Airy 829-1470 For Details i Featuring the New Baby Doll i Collection of Hair Styles For Fall 1 ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON I MO. 2-2471 Kiwanis 5th Annual Auction Kiwanis Club Of Frederick Benefit of Handicapped Children SEPT. 9 10 A.M. At The Judging Pavilion Frederick Fair Grounds Many Items New Used Rummage Table Bake Stand Refreshment Stand Your Attendance Will Be Appreciated Shankle Reunion SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Place: Huskey Park Time: 12 p m. to 5 p.m. Brir.2 Basket Lurch Waitress Wanted Full Time or Part Time Hours Available for Mothers With Children In School Apply in Person HORN~ HORN FAMILY RESTAURANT Frederick Shopping Center Charlotte', Soft Shell Crabt Hard Shell Crabs Pan Fried Chicken Steaks, Seafood Platters CHARLOTTE'S Walkersville, Md. 845^654 Rippeon Reunion SEPT. 3, 1967 West on Route 40, Approx. 11 miles, from Maple station turn left on Myersville-Harmony Rd Watch for sign. Basket lunch 1 1 2 o'clock. In case of rain will be held following Sunday. Relatives Friends welcome. Painting Interior Exterior Free Estimate JOHNNY SHANKLE SON Phone: 898-9626 - 663-5239 For Sale One Life Membership The Frederick Co. Agricultural Society Bids To Box 2811 News - Post Pleasant Walk Baseball Team Festival , SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 ] Myersville Fire Hall Eats, Games, Entertainment by Basements, Patios, Walks, Curbs Concrete Construction Open NEWSPAPER! neral home, 106 F. Saturday from 7 to or Sunday from 1 Church 9 p m a n d to 9 p.m. the President paused to shake just returned from a 17-day trip hands with the wounded veter »o Vietnam Farlier she had On the end of one row of chatted privately with the Presi- Ithem sat Jayne Ann Jayroe, dent. act's i.i»;TM«V« »nH MM John Crap- Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. 1 become effective Oct i. I Baltimore and Mrs. Jonn ^rap-, ^^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ bill . siRnm(? ^^^ Miss Ame rica of K66, who had | Frid Friends may call at the fu- church, will officiate. Burial ir. the President paused to shake just returned from a 17-day trip 1 Till 7 P.M 106 F. Church St Mount Oli'-et cemc-terv M R Etchison and Son, funeral direc-, ans itors. Sunday, The Lewis Family Trash Removal Residential, Commercial Industrial For daily pickup call Sanitary Disposal of Frederick Phone 662-6363 Shippers Red Nectarines Bartlett Pears Rambo Apples PYui.e Plums Special Pick your own Prune Plums $2.50bu. Dropped Bartlett Pears $1 bu. PRYOR ORCHARD 2 mi. West of Thurmont On Pryor Rd. ' Phone 271-2693 East View Country Fair Shookstown Rd. ' SEPT. 9 from 3 p m . Until Auction 6 p m . Food-Games-Prizes-Bake Sale Raffle Come one, come all, everyone welcome Notice Anyone interested in Stale bread for feed Call 473-8330 , after 5 p.m. , Gutters, Etc. By Well Qualified Contractor HARRIS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 201 Catoctin Avenue 663-3426 Horse Sh"w New Market Dist. Lions Club , SEPTEMBER 3 -- A M. I Frederick Pony Club Grounds Ijamsv:!!e i Equitation Classes, H u n t e ' I Classes, Novice Classes, Jump- i or Classes. For Sale Sweet corn, yc'^w and whit* 1 ; · poppers 1 mile off Kt 15 on , Sunday's Lane. Phone 898-9477. WESLEY T WILT i Peaches Tree Ripen HAINES ORCHARD ' Ixng Corner Rd. Turn off Rt. 40 144, 2 mi east of Ridgeville 9 A M - 8 P.M Open evening Sundays Phone 829-1296. Mobile Home Repairs All Tpes of Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired Call 663-4631 Big Summer Sale! "old Beer Steamed Crabs Soft Crab? ·"'old Melors Cook Out Tood And Supplies JOHNNY'S MARKET 7th Market Sts. Paper Hanging Woodrow (Bill) Anderson PHONE 663-E487 Ground Burnt LJme $12.00 Per Tor Delivered And fpread MOSER'S LIME PLANT Phone 371-^10 Dress Up Youi Home Window Shades, unmtd. 69c Venetian Blinds $3.23 Linoleum, 6' wid'hs ft 69c 3 x 12 Linoleum Rug.^ $6.6* ROUTZAHN S BUDGET CENTER 75 South Market St. Now Open Summei Hears Monday Thru Frida. , 8 To 5 Saturday, 8 To 12 For receiving Sc i p, Pape- Iron, Rags, Bags, Batteries Copper, etc. FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY Chapel Alley and "Sast 4th Sts 1 MO 66S-932! Henry's Black Top Paving Old Drive Ways. Fetched Liquid Seal Coated 663-9738 Cesspools And Septic Tanks Cleaned, Repaired a~ a Installed Day or Night Ph-»m- 47^-3294 B k W DISPOSAI SERVICE Armstrong Floor Covering Profess onally Installed No Carrying Ch' tip To fi Mo. Visit Our Wallpaper Dept. SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. E. Patrick, -6«i-*W ,,,,. NEWSPAPER!

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