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Deaths GEORGE E. GARTRELL George Edwin Gartrell, 57. ijear Taneytown, died Monday whilt ha was enroute to the Annie M. Warner Hoipital, Gettysburg, Pa. He was a son of George w. and Ami* gardner Gartrell and was a: her of the Ella* LutheraoChurch, besides his wife, Margaret Glacken Surviving Mrs. Anna Gartrell, are three sons, Sgt. George A. GartreU, serving in Vietnam, John David Gartrell. MiddHetown, Charles Thomas, at home, one daughter, Mrs. Rebecca Barrow, Baltimore, eight grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Dory Wilson, Mountaii View, Calif., Mrs. Mary Rip. peon, Johnsville, Mrs. Florence Keefer, Harrisville, one half sis- W ALTER H. SMITH Walter H. Smith ST., 76, of HJgnfUM, died Sunday at his home. He had been in failing health Cor eight years and was confined to his home for the past two years. Mr. Smith was bom at Lantz, Feb. 11, 1894, of the late SOas C. ter, Mrs. Airy. Delby Becraft, MC Friends may call at the C. 0. Fuss and Sons Funeral Home in Taneytown on Wednesday evening and at the Ellas Lutheran Church from 1 pun. Thursday until the time of services there at 2 p.m. The Rev. Ronald Fearer will officiate; Interment will be in Keysville Cemetery. GUY j. TOPPER Guy J. Topper, 58, formerly of Emmitsburg, but more recently of Baltimore, died May 27 in University Hospital, Baltimore after a long illness. He was a freight checker for Hall's Motor Transit Co. and resided at 1007 West 37th St. in Baltimore. Surviving besides his wife, Mrs, Elsie M. Zurgable Topper, are four daughters, Mrs. Vivian Cavacos, Mrs. Lois Heath, Mrs. Phyllis Martin and Miss Arlene Topper, all of Baltimore, six sons, W. Kenneth Topper, with the Air Force in Massachusetts; Dale F. Topper, Owings Mill; Ronald J. Topper, Wayne E. Topper, Gary L. · Topper and G. Anthony Topper, all of Baltimore; four brothers, Ralph, Earl, Clair, all of Frederick, Pa*, Donald Topper, Emmitsburg, and 17 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Monday at the Donovan Funeral Home, Baltimore, fol- Annle Wolfe Smith. As a young man be was employed by the Western Maryland and Cumberland Valley railways and later farmed. Mr. Smith was employed in Waynesboro by Magnus Metals and the Hess Manufacturing Co. Prior to his retirement in 1960 be was employed as a sheet metal worker at Ft iitchie. He was a member of he Hagerstown Church of the brethren. In addition to his widow, Mrs. cie V. Flohr Smith, he is survived by these children: Mrs. Mary M. Gaver, Waynesboro, Pa., Walter H. Smith Jr., East- and Hills, Lloyd M, Smith, Waynesboro, Pa., Dilbert E. Smith, Sabillasville, and Carroll ~ Smith, Hlghfleld. Also surviving are 20 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Ruth Myers, Emmitsburg, and two brothers: Albert Smith, and Roscoe Smith, both of Lantz. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in the Germantown Bethel Church of God in charge of the Rev. C.W. McGaha. Burial will be made in the adjoining church cemetery. Friends may call at the Grove Home, Waynesboro, Pa., rom 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. ft is requested that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to ither the Germantown Bethel Church of God building fund or o the Blue Ridge Summit Ambulance Club. lowed by a St. Thomas requiem mass at Aquinas Catholic Church, Hampden. Interment was in Gardens of Faith Cemetery* MRS. MAUDE P. DEAN Mrs. Maude Page Dean, wife of the late John Michael Dean, Ingram Road, Baltimore, died at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore Monday. Born in Ijamsville.Feb. 14, 1880, she was the daughter of the late George and Amanda Umberger Page. Surviving are the following nieces and nephews, Mrs. George Angevine, Baltimore, Mrs. Katherine Haller, Brunswick, Mrs. Maude Nokes, Hagerstown, and J. W. Trew of Gettysburg, Pa, Friends may call at the MJt. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Roland C. Hobbs, assistant pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. MRS. SHIRLEY MAE SELDAL Mrs. Shirley Mae Seldal, wife of Clarence George Seldal, died suddenly Thursday. Born on March 19,1930, in Detroit, Mich., she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mills. Surviving are her husband, two daughters, Susan Lynn Seldal of New York, and Mrs. GlendaMar- garet Stroupe of Ashville, N.C.; a brother, Gerald Mills of Dearborn, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Klein of Dearborn, Mich., and Mrs. Lurene Boston, Farmington, Mich.; two grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at the M. R. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 East Church St., today at 9 a.m. Interment will be in Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Washington, D. C. HALLER SNYDER SR. 1 Haller Snyder Sr., 82 of Rockville and formerly of Frederick died at the Suburban Hospital in Montgomery County Sunday. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Wilton Bryant of Silver Spring; a brother, Russell Snyder of Frederick; and four children, Mrs. Myrtle Hawkins of Rockville, Mrs. Richard Leaman of Rockville, Forest Snyder of Germantown and Haller Snyder Jr., of Rockville. Friends may call at the Pumphrey Funeral Home, Rockville, today from 3 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from the funeral home Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment will be at Salem Methodist Church Cemetery in Cedar Grove. ROBERT ERNEST WETZEL Robert Ernest Wetzel, 69, Union Bridge, died Monday afternoon of a coronary occlusion at the home of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Albaugh, RFD 2, Union Bridge. He was borninFrederickCoun- ty, son of the late Hanson and Blanche Young Wstzel. He was unmarried. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs Irene Wilson, Taneytown; and Mrs. Hilda Fogle, Frederick and one brother, Earl E. Wetzel, Westminister. Funeral services will be hel Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Lib* ertytown funeral home of D. D Hartzlcr and Sons. Interment wil be in Bethany Cemetery, Tay lorsville. Friends may call the funeral home Wednesday ev ening. Fritchie (Continued From Page One) bed had either tacked a sUk American flag or shut the win- ow on it upstairs outside her lottsge. As the men in gray marched y» some began to shoot at the flag on the window sill. Contemporary research is not ure of all the details but they are sure of a few basic facts. lesearchers learned fromneigb- wrs and friends after the war that Barbara got up from her ick bed, flung open the window and shook the flag defiantly at the Rebels. What she said, if anything, was not recorded. At that moment, Gen. Jackson was rejoining the column from visiting a friend he had known tefore the war. He rode by her home and across the bridge. Research has discovered that he did not state, as Whittier wrote, "He who touches a hair on yon gray head Dies like a dog! March on!" he said. Witnesses reported later that he simply said, "March on." That day became a legend to be handed down generation to MRS. NADIA L. ROHRBACK Mrs. Nadia L. Rohrback, 81, 117 W. Oregon Road* Lancaster, Pa,, died Monday in Duke Convalescent Home, Lancaster, after a long illness. Born in Loudoun County, Virginia, she was a daughter of the late J. Thomas and Mary Stoutsenberger Lemon. She was well-known and had been an antique dealer in the Lancaster area for the past 25 years. She was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, the HannaCir- le and the Red Rose Button Society. Besides her husband, Benjamin I. Rohrback, she is survived by wo daughte-s and three sons, Mrs. Maurine R. Cramer, Lancaster, Mrs. Hallie R. Plank, Lancaster, Walter T. Rohrback, at home, Bennle L. Rohrback, Montana, Calif., Robert L. Rohrback, Beaver Falls, Pa., 10 grandchildren, four great grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Jeanette Sandbower, Lovettsville, Va. Friends may call at the Free L, Groff Funeral Home, 234 West Orange St., Lancaster, Pa., Thursday from 1:30 until 2:3( p.m. when funeral services wiU be conducted. Interment will be in Conestoga Memorial Park, Lancaster. Funerals MRS. LILLIAN KEHNE Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Florence Kehne, widow a George Benton Kehne, who diet Tuesday at her residence, 521 Elm Street, were held from the Robert E. Dailey and Son Funeral Home, 1201 N. Market St., Friday atlla,m. The Rev. Francis E. Reinberger, pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church officiated atthe service. Casketbearers were Dr. John H. Kehne, Dr. Wilmer D. Kehne, Marion Kehne, Carroll Kehne, William Lewis and James Drone- berg. Interment was in Mount Olive Cemetery. MRS. EDWINA C. LUCKEE Funeral services for Mrs. Edwina C. Luckie, who died Thursday evening at the Frederick Nursing Center, were held Monday morning from the All Saints Episcopal Church. The Rev.A.D Salmon, rector of the church officiated. Pallbearers were Vincent Levinson, James Etchison, Harris Stauffer, Warner Brittain, William Baker and Donald Fadeley Interment was in the Middleburg Methodist Cemetery, Middleburg, Maryland. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. After 39 Years On The Road ^iberty Bus Driver Retiring In the fall of 1931, Russell Barton began driving a school bus. At the end of this school year, he's retiring after 39 years of transporting students to and from Liberty School. m 1931 most of the roads around LJbertytown were dirt. In rainy weather they were seas of mud and water. However, Barton and his 1931 Model A. Ford Bus made these trips over the Coppermine Road from Centerville and on the Fountain School Road as regularly as the sun came up. During these thirty-nine years he missed only three days. Now that is quite a record. Barton was born near Walkersville and attended the Coppermine School which was located hi Centerville. He married Miss Beiva Brown and they have four children. He is a member of the Grace Lutheran Church at Rocky Hill, near Woodsboro. THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Twtday. Jaw t. !«· Pace A-S LOCAL MENTIONS BY OWNER 6 ACRES, surveyed, in Thurmont. Lge. home date 1860. SANITARY SEWER is in, TOWN WATER, pond, private drive, bam, gorgeous setting. Submit your offer to Owner/ agent 1-731-3429. MUNICIPAL NOTICE The usual meeting of the Mayor and Aldermen, originally to have been held this week, has been deferred until Thursday, June 11, at 7:30 p. m. E. PAUL MAGAHA, Mayor ^iteration. The Barbara Fritchie home and museum is'an example of he homes of tradesmen during he nineteenth century. The home s interesting for its structure ind humble charm. The six-sided bricks used in the walk in front of the home were used as bal- ast in trading ships. Upon entering the visitor will ind that the home contains au- hentic furnishings of such variety that one is able to know the ife and comforts of the Fritchie family. The walls of the Barbara Fritchie Home and Museum display historical documents. Among the many famous documents is The American's Creed in the handwriting of its author, William Tyler Page. Barbara Fritchie's favorite rocking chair, in which she may lave rocked to the beat of the marching troops, sits in front of the fireplace. The desk in the same room is where Gen. Jesse L. Reno of the Union Army penned a letter home on Sept. 13, 1862, just the day before he was dlled on South Mountain. The garden in which men and boys of opposing sides rested is maintained in its original beauty. Flowers and herbs show the need of the garden's being both practical and beautiful. The home and museum are open to the public seven days a week except on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Summer hours (April to September) are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission for adults is 50 cents and children 8 to 16 25 cents. Both the home and museum will be open special hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the week of June 8 through the 13th. and on Sunday, June 14th, from 1p.m. to 5 p.m. sue his hobby of repairing radios and TV sets. The Liberty PTA presented him with a tietack and cuff links at the May meeting last week. uioTretiring' tojZZtoSZ **er for Liberty students. 39 YEARS OF SERVICE--Russell Barton accepts a gift of appreciation from Barbara Dotterer after the announcement of his retirement following 39 years of service as a bus Shipley (Continued From Page One) land State Guard during World Warn. He is a past commander of the Francis Scott Key Post No. 11, a member of the Post's 50 Year Club and a member of the 40 and 8. He is also a member of Barrack No. 1117 of World War I Veterans and a past president and deputy district governor with the Frederick Lions Club. He is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution in the local Sgt. Lawrence Everhart Chapter. He is a member of the Jeffersonian Democrat Club and a director of the United Givers Fund for Frederick County. Shipley is a member and has served as deacon and elder of the Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ, a director of the Chamber of Con-narce, member of the Juniors an« Citizens Volunteer Fire Companies, a sustaining member of the Y.M. C.A., and a member of the Elks, Lodge No. 684. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Maryland National Bank. Until his- retirement in 1965, he was employed by the Sinclair Oil Company. Foreign Aid Funds Slashed By House Group WASHINGTON (AP) - The House Appropriations Committee, slashing President Nixon's foreign aid recommendation by $575 million, has approved a $2.3 billion money bill for overseas assistance and related programs. The bill now goes before the House for action and debate later this week. Nixon Assures Youth Dead GI In Heaven WASHINGTON (AP) - President Nixon has assured 10-year- old Gordon Danesie of Essex, McL, that his brother went to heaven after being killed in Vietnam. The brother, S. Sgt. Bichard J. Hill, was killed Dec. 9, 1969, at the age of 24. He had won 13 medals for heroism. "You asked me if Eick is in heaven. I'm sure he is,*' the President wrote in reply to a letter from Danesie, forwarded to him by Eep. Clarence D. Long, D-Md. "He is also in another important place-- in your heart and spirit. Don't ever forget what he died for.*' Bloodmobile (Continued From Page One) Arlan's Department Store, 8; Farmers and Mechanics National Bank, 4; Fort Detrick, 4; Frederick Memorial Hospital, 10; Fredericktown Bank and Trust Co., 5; Junior Fire Co., 17; Key ^Chevrolet Sales, Inc., 6; Frederick News-Post, 4; Frederick Post Office, 4; Price Electric Corp., 9. Receiving pins for achieving one or more gallons donated were: One Gallon Pins to Carlton Molesworth, Gerald F. Logan, Donald B. Rice, Miss Ada F. Smith, Charles H. Summers, Mrs. Jean E. Groff, Rev. George H. Klinefelter. Two Gallon Pins were received by Bernard Warrenfeltz, Gilbert P. Briggs and Henry P. Runkles. Mrs. Miriam E. Kennedy received a three gallon pin; Clyde M. Roney Jr. received a four gallon pin and Ray S. Boniface received a five gallon pin. Insurance Executive To Address Lions Donald Crawford, executive with State Farms Mutual Insurance Company, will address the Frederick Lions at their noonday weekly meeting Thursday at the Francis Scott Key Blue and Grey Room. Crawford's talk will be about automobile insurance problems. Frederick Lions Charter Night and Birthday celebration of the club will oe held June 27. At this time officers for the year 1970-71 will be installed. Guest speaker for the evening will be radio celebrity Don Spatts. June 4, the Glade Valley Lions will observe Ladies Night when Dr. Ron Smith of the Wilmer Institute, will officially release the results of the February his- toplasmosis survey. Films taken at that time will be shown also. Smith was the coordinator of the joint project sponsored by the Glade Valley Lions Club and the Wilmer Institute. Four Elected VP's Of Maryland Nat'l. Bank Among The Sick Mrs. Barbara Hurst, Frederick, has been re-admitted to Frederick Memorial Hospital for observation and treatment. Mr. Milo Chick, Tuscarora, has been transfered from the Frederick Memorial Hospital to the Frederick Nursing Home on Toll House Ave. Former Resident Drowns COOKEVILLE, Tenn^- Robert Wayne Renner, 15-year-old son of former Frederick area residents, drowned while swimming in Dale Hollow Lake in Clay County, Tenn. Police said the youth was swimming with friends when he drowned in the Uly Dale area of the lake, where his body was recovered later. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Elwood Renner, formerly of near Frederick, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Marshall of Mountaindale. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rice Jr., formerly of RFD 8, have returned to their home in Laurel after spending two weeks with Mr. Rice's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fowler, Fort Myers Beach, Fla, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Pry, near BurkittsviUe, announce the birth of their fourth child, second daughter, Kelli Ann, born May 18 at the Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown. Coins On Sale Commemorative coins, issued in honor of Frederick's 225th anniversary, are now on sale at all downtown banks. The 5,000 gold coins are selling for 50 cents. The 25 sterling silver coins will be sold for $25 each on a first come-first serve basis* Anyone interested in purchasing the silver coins, are urged to contact chairman H. Thomas Summers. Charles G. Haynsworth, Joseph A. Ferret, Robert L. Taylor, and Harry F. Wright Jr., have been elected senior vice presidents of Maryland National Bank, according to an announcement by Robert D. H. Harvey, chairman of the board. Haynsworth, 53, heads up the real estate and mortgage banking department. A native of Birmingham, Ala., he is a graduate of Auburn University. He joined the bank in November, 1965, after a six year association with the Greenwich Savings Bank in New York City as vice president and mortgage officer. Prior to his association with Greenwich Savings, he was chief field appraiser with The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Ferret, 41, is in charge of the bank's operations department. A native of Philadelpt , Pa., he came to Maryland N, ional in July, 1966, from the First Pennsylvania Banking and Trust Company in Philadelphia where he was vice president in charge of electronic datapro- cessing customer services. A graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking, Rutgers University, Mr. Perret also attended Wharton Evening School, the University of Pennsylvania* and Temple University. Taylor, 51, is in charge of the bank's securities department and is vice chairman of the finance committee. A native of Baltimore, he is a 1953 graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Following his graduation he joined Maryland National as an administrative trainee. He was elected an assistant cashier in .960, assistant vice president n 1962, and vice president in 964. Wright, 38, comptroller, heads up the bank's financial planning and control division. He joined Maryland National in November, 1964 as vice president, and was elected vice president and comptroller in December, 1966. Ana- tive of Woodbury, N. J., he attended Temple University and went on to the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School where ic received his accounting certificate in 1960 and an associate degree in 1962. He is a member of Sigma Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity. He began his banking career in 1951 with the First National Bank in Philadelphia. Man Killed A 46-year-old Sharpsburg man was killed in a collision between his automobile and a train on Tommytown Road, near Bakersville, at 5 p.m. Monday, according to Hagerstown State Police. Carl W. Sisler was driving a 1963 sedan southbound on Ttim- mytown Road when his car stalled In the and Western center of Norfolk Railroad tracks. CHURCH vs. CATHEDRAL A cathedral is a church in which the cathedra or bishop's throne is placed. Architecturally speaking, however, a cathedral need not differ in any respect from an ordinary parish church. Myers (Continued From Page One) Dec. 9, 1941, he was elected a director of the bank to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Lewis E. Birely. And in December, 1945, he was elected to succeed the late Senator A. LeRoy McCardell, as president of the Frederick County National Bank - a position he held until his retirement on June 1,1964, after 44 years of service. He still serves the Frederick County National Bank as chairman of the board, a position to which he was elected on Jan. 13, 1948. He is a 32nd Degree Mason and Knights Commander, Court of Honor. His services to the community are many - past- president of the Frederick Clearing House Association, member of the Board of Directors of the Frederick Building Association and member of the Board of Trustees of the Home for the Aged. He is a member of the Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ. He enjoys sports and is an avid fan of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team and Colts football team. He is a devoted family man and has 12 grandchildren. Card of Thanks My sincere thanks to Doctor Crouch, nurses, nurses' aides, end the hospital staff for their excellent care 1 .while I was a patient at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. Also thanks to friends and relatives for their visits, flowers and cards. Special thanks to Rev. Edwin Wenck and Rev. Shepard for their prayers and visits. Many thanks to all. MRS. EDNA R. CRAMER Route 1, Frederick, Maryland Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me. LESLIE M. BRIGGS Route No. 1, Box 22 Germantown, Md. Plants For Sale Chester L. Grove - 103 E. 8th. St. VEGETABLES FLOWERS Notice--Effective June 1 Shipley's, 50 S. Market St. Summer Store hours will be 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Mon. to Fri., 9 a. m to 5 p. m. Saturday LOCAL MENTIONS Rummage Sale Saturday, June 6, 9 a.m. at 302 N. Market St. Oak Hill Sunday School Class The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kinklings For The Month of June Are You In Need Of Additions--Garages or Carports? FREE ESTIMATES Phone 371-7113 Petunias Reduced For Quick Sale RAMBLEWOOD GARDENS Camp Raudy Rd. 662-3260 Explorer Finds uolumbus Flagship Bones WASHINGTON (AP) - Ocean explorer Fred Dickson Jr. says he believes he has found remains of Christopher Columbus' flagship Santa Maria on a reef off northern Haiti. · He said Monday a three-man team will begin excavation June 15 at a spot where he found some ship debris in 1967. Dickson, of Palm Beach, Fla., found two iron rudder clamps, pottery shards, wood, a copper rod and washer, a silver nail and a brass nail. Experts say all but the rod and washer could have been made in Columbus time. Sponsors of DicksorTs project explain more than one wreck could be at tbe site. MAS Plans Trips To Calvert Cliffs A bus excursion to the Maryland Academy of Sciences' paleontology excavations at the Calvert Cliffs in Southern Maryland is scheduled for Sunday, June 21. The day-long trip will begin at 9 a.m. when the buses depart from the Academy, 7 West Mulberry Street, Baltimore. Included are an orientation lecture, inspection of the area where Academy scientists are removing 16,000,000-year-old fossils and the opportunity to pick up fossils as souvenirs. The excursion is open to the public with the cost including bus far and coffee and buns. Children must be at least nine years old and persons under sixteen must be accompanied by an adult. Additional trips are scheduled August 16, September 20 and October 11. For additional information and to register, call the Academy at 685-2370. Hard Shells--Freshly Steamed $3.00 All You Can Eat Every Wednesday Friday 6 P. M. til 12 6at, 4 P. M. til 12 Sun. 1 P. M. til 9 Shrimp or Clams Every Tuesday Night 6 P. M. til 12 $3.00 All You Can Eat Crabs To Go Crabs Wholesale Retail No Order Too Large Tuesday Thru Sunday Your Favorite Seafood in Season BLUE MOUNTAIN INN 1 mi. South of Thurmont, Md. Rt. 806, 271-2190 Reed Ford New Service Dept. Hours Effective June 1 8--5:30 Mbn.-Fri. Closed Saturdays For Emergencies, Nights, Sundays and Holidays, See Reed Motor Co. under A.A.A. in directory. Tne Wellesmere Shop In the Francis Scott Key Hotel will be closed Monday Nights during June · July and August. McLAIN HOME IMPROVEMENT Carpentry, Remodeling, Roofing, etc. Free Estimates Phone 8454643 Frederick Co. Chapter For Epilepsy For Into. Write P.O. Box 133 Frederick, Maryland Call 663-4231 End Of Newsprint Rolls Ideal for picnic tables, Child ren's art projects, any place where large quantity of low cos paper is required. 32 inches wide by hundreds o feet long. Only lOc Per Pound FREDERICK NEWS-POST BUSINESS OFFICE 200 East Patrick Street LOCAL MENTIONS Carpet ReamaaU 50% to 75% off regular price Many smaller pieces of Carpet Already Bound, excellent for door mats, small area Rugs, etc. KING FLOOR SERVICE, INC. 712 East St., Frederick, Maryland Ctipet Binding Machine Sewn While You Wait or Call for pkk up and delivery KING FLOOR SERVICE, INC. 663-4108 Painting Carpentry LOW RATES Apply News-Post, Box 1808 Card of Thanks My sincere thanks to my doctors, nurses, nurses' aides and the hospital staff for their kindness and care while a patient at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. Also thanks to the ministers, relatives and friends for their visits, cards, flowers and fruit. RUSSELL P. WILES, SR. Strawberries Pick Your Own in the Field or Buy Them at our Roadside Market CATOCTIN MOUNTAIN ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. 271-2737 1 mi. N. of Thurmont, Rt. 15 Open Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Attention: Non-Profit Organizations in Frederick County Available June 8, 1970 complete Snowball Stand and Ice For Rent by Week Mon.,-Sat. at Local Carnivals For more information contact Mr. Freed, 700 W. Patrick St. Ph. 662-5305 after 7 p. m. Looking for Something Different for father--Check the Swinger at McHenry Associates and I. A. Abb Company, East Patrick St., Frederick. Henry's Blacktop Paving Free Estimates Cheerfully Given All Work Guaranteed Ph. 6634738 SHEROKEN HOUSE OF HAIR FASHION 1 E. 3rd. Street needs Hairdresser to replace expectant mother This will be permanent employ ment with paid vacation, holidays, etc. Phone 663-4421 during day and 829-1472 evenings RODGER'S Hard Shell Crabs Seafood Platters Pan Fried Chicken Nev York Strip Steak Rodger's, N. Market St.. Ext., 663-3903 FAST-GROWINO AGGRESSIVE TIRE CHAIN has immediate opening for a tire service man with truck tire experience. Must have driver's license. Good starting salary. Paid vacation. Family hospitalization and other benefits. Apply Mr. Bartgis, MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE 36 East Patrick St. Phone 662-5931 Estate Auction Sat., June 6, 1970 at 11:00 A. M. on premises 7 W. 7th St. Personal property of Edna A. Rockwell, deceased, including a good T.V. and stereo, D R. suite, sectional sofa, platform rockers, B. R. suites, Maytag washer, etc. See Ig. ad. PAUL ROCKWELL Personal Rep. Amos Holter, Atty. John Ponton, Auctioneer 3 Rms. New Furniture $288 Terms SHEPLEY'S 50 S. Market St. Opet: Every Night Til 9 Hy. Big Boy Tomato Plants Cabbage Plant Brussels Sprouts Cauliflower Plants Geraniums Scarlet Sage Peony Plants Shasta Daisy Candytuft Columbine MARGARET'S FLORIST? 328 W. Patrick St. Cool . . . Your Home This Summer With Central Air Conditioning CBS Electric Co. 663-5222 NOW ON SALE!!! THE WORLD IN 1969 Captured in one Volume. History as we lived it. 296 pages; 60 Color photos; Written by AP men and women the world over. $3.95 Plus Tax AVAILABLE AT: BUSINESS OFFICE FREDERICK NEWS-POST 200 E. Patrick Street j Heating or Cooling .. . Your home should be insulated Blown Insulation Fiberglas CBS Insulating Co. 663-5222 Question Mark Hair Fashions For Summer ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 662-2471 Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB, SR. 473-8218 Gene's Barber Shop Closed May 30th thru June 3rd OPENED THURS., JUNE 4th Appointment Service Call 662-8861 Notice To All Dog Owners Any dog caught on my property among my sheep will be killed. MAURICE CRUM Walkersville, Md. Lovely Mohawk Gold Sculptured Nylon Carpet $3.95 sq. yd. Also Mohawk Green Gold Acrylon Carpet $4.95 sq. yd. Up to 6 mos. to pay No Carrying Charge SHERWIN WILLIAMS 28 E. Patrick St. ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL TEAMS I Grumman Canoe Special From May 28th to June 7th Free With Purchase of any Grumman Canoe l Pr. Paddles, Pair Ty-Downs and 1 Pair Cartop Carriers DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE 140 West Patrick St. Free Customer Parking See Us For Your Equipment Ai Special Low Prices Formerly Bartgis Zimmermai Is Closing Out All Sporting Goods At Low, Low Prices MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE Formely Bartgis Zimmerman 36 E. Patrick St., Frederick, Md. Spring Fever For your new home in the spring be sure to inspect Aiea- dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiver Road at Shookstown. CROCKER LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9 x 12 Rugs -- Only $5.8t Open 'Til 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S -- 50 S. Market St In Town FREDERICK GLASS SHOP 301 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Cessp-ols A id Septic Tanks Cleaned, Repaired Installed Day or Night Phone 473-8294 B W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Stitely's Upholstery Shop Upholstery Custom Drapes Free Pickup Delivery Thurmont, Md. -- 271-2590 Paper Hanging Woodrow (Bill) Am erson PHONE 663-5487 For Sale USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22V wide; 36" length .009 thick Sturdy, but flexible Printing on one side only $25c each -- 5 for $1.00 $18.00 per hundred Apply Business Office Frederick News-Post 200 East Patrick St. 8 A- M. to 5 P. 14. s

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