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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 4

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G. H. S. Alumnae Donate $570 To Artz Library TRESFNT CHFCK -- The Alumnae Association of the Girls' K'.gh School of Frederick presented a check to C Burr Artz Library to be used for research materials Above from left, Mrs Grace English Niccdemus and Mrs Erma W Fox, committee members, Mrs Virginia Clme Engle, tieasurer; Mrs. Photo by J Rolfe Cast!?man Grace Burgee Beavers, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Seeger Lansdale, vice president and Mrs. Hazel Oland Engelbrecht, president. In foreground, Miss Martha L. Reynolds, librarian and Miss Josephine P. Etchison, chairman o. the presentation committee. The Girls' High School Alumnae Association, observing its 75th anniversary this year, has presented the C. Burr Artz Library with a check for $570. to be used for the purchase of reference books for students. Presentation was made by Mrs. Hazel Oland Engelbrecht, president. Mrs. Irma Wiles Fox, retiring president, and other representatives of the organization. The check represents the money remaining in a student loan fund which the Alumnae established in 1940 at the suggestion of Miss Mary Ott, and which for 27 years has aided local students. This year, in view of changing educational needs, the Association voted at its annual meeting to transfer the fund to the Artz Library. The Girls' High School, the largest School of its type in the county at the time, was established 'in 1892. It operated for 30 years, until 1922, when co-education was intro- duced. The loyalty and enthusiasm of its graduates have kept the G.H.S. Alumnae Association active during the 45 years that have passed since the last members were admitted in 1922. Total membership today is over 300. Graduates and associates come from many parts of the country to attend the annual June meeting. Under the leadership of Mrs. Engelbrecht, committee luncheon meetings have been held during the summer to plan next year's program. The building which housed the Girls' High School is now the headquarters of the Frederick County Board of Education on East Church Street. Committee members presenting the check were: Mrs. Engelbrecht, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Ruth Seeger Lansdale, vice- president; Mrs. Virginia Cline Engle, treasurer; Mrs. Grace Burgee Beavers, secretary, Mrs. Grace English Nicodemus, and Miss Josephine P. Etchison, chairman. Friday. September 1. 1%7 Family Section Fashions-Clubs-Society-Home News DAR Holds Membership Meeting The Frederick Chapt e r, Daughters of the American Revolution held a membership meeting, recently at the home of Mrs. Charles L. Mullen of Rockwell Terrace, membership chairman. Prior to the tea, the hostess entertained at a luncheon for the following guest speakers: Mrs. Wilson K. Barnes, honorary state regent and state membership chairman; BOOKS ft your LIBRARY Germantown Couple Marks Anniversary Record Limit Announced Since the Friends of the Library have presented C Burr 'Artz Library with a new assortment of long playing recordings the limit of one album per patron has been raised Any adult with a Frederick County library card may now borrow two albums at a time A wide variety of subjects is offered by the recording collection, from classical and semi-classical music to show tunes, plays, folk music, spoken stories, poetry and speeches, and language instruction. \l\ albums are thirty-three and a third rpm, monaural and must be played on equipment for long playing records There is a player with earphones which may be used in the reference room of the Artz library 'Since recordings are so popular that they are loaned for a one week period, they should be borrowed and returned at the main library buiJding at 116 Record Streef rather than through a community library or bookmobile stop Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Waters of Germantown, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family gathering at their home. On hand for the occasion were their four children: Mrs. William Christie of German- tow; Eugene P. Waters of Baltimore; Mrs. Robert E. Berry of Williamsburg, Va., David C. Waters of Cincinnati and their 10 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Waters have lived their married life in Germantown, where Mr. Waters was born. Educated at the old Rockvi'le Academy, Emerson Institute, and the Georgetown University Law School, he was twice elected a member of the House of Delegates and served during 1912 and the 1914 sessions. In 1949 he retired as attorney- examiner with the Interstate Commerce Commission after 35 years of service. Mrs. Waters has been active in civic and community groups. She is a past matron of Pentalpha Chapter, No. 38 O.E.S. and a former member of the Board of the Presbyterian Home of Washington. She is also active in the Neighborhood Garden Club of Gaithersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Waters are members of the Gaithersburg Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Frank Shramek, an honorary state regent and national membership chairman; Mrs. C. Lease Bussard, state genealogical chairman; Mrs. Joseph Hemp, regent of the Frederick Chapter and state junior American citi z e n chairman and Mrs. Russell Z. Horman, public relati o n s chairman. During the afternoon officers and chairman of the Frederick Chapter were present to meet the prospective members attending the tea. They were, Mrs. Robert S. Rothenhoefer, Mrs. Bessie K. Stauffer, Mrs. Einar A. Bergman, Mrs. Russell T. Horman of Frederick, Mrs. Charles R. Knill, near Frederick, Mrs. Joseph C. Zengerie of Ijamsville, Mrs. Hermann Fischer of Braddock Heights, Mrs. Thomas J. Norris Jr. of Newton, N.J. and Mrs. Proctor Hardison of Goldsboro, N.C. In her talk, Mrs. Barnes elaborated on the three objectives of the society: historical preservation, educational promo- tion, patriotic endeavor. Mrs. Frank Shramek, told her audience that the society was found Oct. 11, 1890. It's national headquarters in Washington, D.C., along with the three adjoining buildings, Memorial Hall, Constitution Hall and the Administration Building constitute the largest group of buildings in the world owned and maintained exclusively by women. The society has approximately 185,000 members in nearly 3,000 chapters. Mrs. Bussard, as genealogical chairman for the state is compiling a directory of historical records and reported on the progress of her project. Mrs. Margaret Myers, genealogical chairman of the Frederick Chapter, was cited for her contribution to the directory The state chairmen's meeting and luncheon will be held Sept. 14 at College Park. The regular meeting of the Frederick chapter will be held at the home of Mrs. Clifford Weber Sept. 18 at 7:45 p.m. Selections From The Children** Room GR\NDPA -- by Barbai a Borack; p'ctures by Ben Shector. In this affectionate story, a little girl tells about her wonderful grandfather and all the good things the do together and share This i^ a song she made up about him: "Grandpa, Grandpa I love you and so do all t h chickens Grass is green and the pennies are brown H takes the sun a long time to go down Grandpa, G r a n d p t . I love you -- yes I do ' Ages 4-7 THE STAR THIEF -- »i\ Andrea DiNoto: pictures h\ Arnold Lobel. There was oiv- a thief who yearned to touch the stars In fact, he wanted to h a \ e a star of his \ t i \ own; no, he wanted to j w i i them all So one night he leaned his ladder against t c sk, climbed to the top. and reached out and touched the nearest star When he pulled on it. it came off One h d to another, and soon he filV-1 many sacks w i t h stars w h i c h he emptied into barrels u n ' i i no more stars were it ft in » sky A ga fantaj ufiose uil pnt is a hero Or 1 ? 1 K I C K Y f K I K \ N ! OTHKK iMCTl K F I \1.J 'selected bv J mnc H " dendorff A selection of 21 f a i r y tales from seven collefc* tions "that are soon to oe found no more on library shelves or in bookstores--the PKTl-RK TALES FROM HOLLA M). FRANCE. ITALY, nf.d so on V rich source fo the sto-\teller, an excellent 'fiportunit\ for the children to ead for themselves these tales f i o m different countries apd C u l t u r e s Ages 8-11 I UK S I M M E R SLEIGH HIDE -- b Betty K. Erwin. Here is another humorou^ and imstenous book ay the author of A G G I K MAGGIE. A.\D T1SH Emihe Marg a r e t, Belle a n ) Pollv, who have been fi .ends as long as they can it'inember find them- sehes in strang» situations. \Vho is \ \ a t e h i n g them as thev s-.)\ on t h e n teacher"" Who stol Belle's clothes and why'' Thfi-i K r p i l i dis^pp-ais Iftjn UP" f'- ! t-i the rest of the c i · e d ' ' \ n back into an- oth r pei iod of time--to a sunn et in the past of their o w n K I \ \ P Gr 5-" H I T T E D D Y H E U l H » » II -- t\ .lames I.intoln Collier '1 ,\e!\ c \ e u-oki George St.iMt l ' \ e in Greenwich '.1,1, " ·*· - M. with ' i i j i o ar- tist father, and the conviction that he is a born loser. He balances his classical voice training with rock 'n roll lessons at the guitar shop of Wiggsy, a dubious character. It's there that George gets a part on a TV special and wicked Wiggsy packs the teddy with stolen jewels. Plenty of action and plenty of laughter Gr. 6-8 These books may bs bor rowed from the Children's Room of the C Burr Artz Library and county libraries Dorothy H Langlev, Children's Librarian Couple Feted On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs El wood James McKenzie of West Hills recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house followed by dinner at the Peter Pan Inn, Urbana. The dinner was hosted by the couple's four children, Mrs Robert Basham of Evansville, Ind and David, Wayne and Mark McKenzie, all of Frederick. The couple was married Aug 14. 1942 by the Rev. Benamin Meeks of Calvary Methodist Church. Frederick. OFFER ENDS SEPTEMBER 18, 1987 SAVE '6:8.10. Sterling Place Settings save *6 on a 4-pc. place setting save *8 on a 5-pc. place setting save on a 6-pc. place setting Comparable savings also on open stock place setting pieces and serving pieces. GROUPA Antallqu* Joan of Arc Maaemolwito Hn. Spray Praluo* ROM Ballet Wild Row GROUP! 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