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Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, July 6, 1948
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Man Stricken At Picnic Dies Excessive heat marked a comparatively quiet Fourth of July week-end holiday in this area. State Polic* reported but few minor ac- heavy. continuous Deathf E. Station Kowe JE, Station Rowe, well-known farmer of near SmiUisburg died may call. Funeral services will be "held there Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Interment will be in Mount Olivet cemetery. C. E. Cline Son. funeral directors. Wednesday evening at 6.30 o'clock, j Mrs L«ai e He had suffered a cerebral heraor- Mrs _ Mary rhage the previous Sunday. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mamie . ClevcnRer Eiizabeth Clevinger, Bingham^ Atlantic City. The body- rests at the funeral home. 106 East Church street, where it will remain until 12:30 o'clock Wednes- i day afternoon, at which' time it , will be removed tc Jackson Chapel. ' Bartonsville. where funeral services will take place at 2 o'clock. Interment Local Mentions Ijamsvillr Sunday School ficnle Saturday Night. July 17th Music by Poolesville Band Brunswick, died at Barton Lehman, near George weeks, ased 48 years, a daughter of the late CITATION 1OES T AGAIN Local Mentions The News. Fredctlck. Md.. Tutwday, July S. 191f Cline and Son amouiance. nis : ^^y uhxfaom at 2.30 in the Luth: home . The following brothers and condition was reporteo: sa.L. Q church at Smithsburg. Rev. ; sisters also surv :ve: Carroll Stine. factory although his injuries had i Francis R. BeU officiated. Inter-. Baltimore: Millard Stine. Fred- not been fully determined. | ment was in the cemetery at e ,; ck; R a i p h Stine. RockviUe: ^n;rrL»inrrs Every £Jight Walkersville Firemen's Carnival J «JLY Sth THRU 10th Bands, Hill Billies. Radio Stars Surprises Galore! Paper GUARANTEED Phone 2334-KI SHREVE 2i E. 6th Street Tha Calumet Farm's fabulous: Our New Location three year old registered his will be 204 West Patrick, street. Closing Out! 36-Inch Dress Linen Wrinkle Resisting (Reg. $2.79) $1.98 yd. Brown. Copen. Maize. Aqua KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Local Mentions Hillside Coal Company 4. 6. 8 and 12 inch cement block IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Phone 39 Give Your Old Glider a 'New Look' 6 pc. Glider Cushion Sets | Water-Repellent j (Reg. $1693' $14.98 i | (Reg. $19931 . . . . $16.98 i KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR ' Local Mentiont Free Attractions KlfkUy WalkersvUle Firemen's Carnival JULY 5th THRU 10th i nue, died at Frederick Memorial Mrg M SavlUa Hospital Saturday afternoon after Qw Henrv g B suffering a heart attack while on a predeceased her on June 17 picnic at Gambrill State_Park. ?«; ^ Crant ^^ gun : was removed u the nospital in tne . DeGrange, j Miriam Stine, Washington. DeGrange. : . Funeral services \\~ere conducted Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock 3* the Lutheran church, o'clock after an '· conducted by Rev. Raiph Miller. ;:. H- Fee:e iirectors. seventh successive triumph in racing to a two lengths victory in 5 \\h:c. l i beginning July 1. I SHIPLEY BARBER SHOP Paper Han tine CHARLES H. BAKER Phone 1529-J »06 Motter Avenu* a eighth the Track reco-x: equal .--·!,. ; er · Notice j . | I will not be responsible for any ' ' deyts o:her than those contracted i For Sale--Late Plants Flat Dutch Cabbage. Tomatoes. Celery. Broccoli. Caulifiower. Peppers H. FRANK FOLAND. 304 Collfge Avenue Phone 735 For Sale 1947 Estate Electric Stove, excel- i lent condition. 406 Carroll Parkway. Phone 234S. Special Bus _ WALKEBSVILUS CARNIVAL Every Night Next Week See Large Advertisement Made by Sure-Fit! Floral Cretonne Studio · Couch Slipcovers $1098 Daveno Covers Sll 93 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR ! Fisht and Kit) Japanese Beetle : ' Use Pratt's DDT Concentrate Sprjy I Solii a; ! CARMACK'S GROCERY · It's tough, it Lasts, if* Economical ' Very low cost per year of service. ; Aluminum cannot rust or corrode. Costs less than 15c per square ft at SEARS FARM STOKE ! 40 S Market Street j LOST __AND FOUND ESTRAYED -- FROM HOMS. RED calf, .white face). Please notify Als bert Nickel, Jefferwm, Md.. Rout* 1 Calumet flyer. Armed, set in win- ', by myself. ning the same a year ago. Stars and Str-pes : ' M1LLARD G. DARR. -0 S. Delaware Ave.. Brunswick. Look Special Bus WALKERSVILLE CARNIVAL Every Night Next Week See Large Advertisement For S: \ Yt'llow Tran-.i;i I FLANAGAN'S ! Phone 1«J. rent Apples OitCHARD Thursnont. ^ and Bro.. funeral Local Mentions personenjoyed * band concert in an Ramsburg. She was a mem- . SUley Park Sunday evening. S. her of the L-tica LtKcersm church. . Mrs g silmisen Sadie FloreRCe Play Deluxe Bin;o Walkersville Firemen's Carnival July 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 and 10th GRAND PRIZES 103 Plants For Sale : CHESTER L. GROVE, j E. Sth S:. Phone 1285 Fenton Harris directed the St^ley ! Surviving her are one sister Mrs. ( wife of v s S ;., nlsen Boonsboro. Park band in a versatile program, Charles P. M. Kolb: one brother: died a . her hon e . Monday. 9-30 feati-red by solos by John Insley. George Ramsburg.. Creagerstown. a m o£ complications, following: " ' ivho also lead group singing. These step-children also survive an iu«ess of several years, aged 72 DeMoiay Alumnae , 93 Decrees Here Monday 'John D. DeGrange. Philadelphia: ; vears she was a daughter, of Mrs. = Important Meeting j A program of games and pag-; George H. DeGrange. Donellson.; Elizabeth Harp PoiTenfaerger and . Masonic Temple eants featured the public picnic in ' Iowa: Earl E. DeGrange. Gaines( t h e Iate j ohn F. Porfenberger. My- Tonight. Tuesaav. July 6:h. 8 p. m. I Staley Park Monday afternoon.; ville. Va. The body is at the ersville, and a member of ihe Lu- ; Please be present Burning sunshine forced most of i funeral home. 106 East Church ; theran church. Besides her hus- | the picnickers under the trees street and will be removed to the . band arid mother, she i. survived j around the residence of Magistrate I Utica Lutheran church Wednesday, by these daughters and Mrs. Alton Y. Bennett. Scores j morning at 8:45 o'clock where final Anna Nicodemus. I Closing; Out! Sure-Fit Auto Seat Covers Washable Kni'.ted Fabric · Reg. S3.99 $2.49 KEMPS--THIRD FLOOR Close Out*. Lot Men's and Boys" Brown Sneakers by Hood Values to $3.25 $1.95 pair KEMP'S SHOE MEZZANINE For Sale rs and sons. Mrs. , Brick house. 2 apartments. Boonsboro: Mrs. rooms and. bath, on 1st floor. Break lour Glasses? | Save the pieces Lenses can be i | duplicated frjin broken pieces j i Two to four hours i Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted | Complete Eyeglass Service i MAAS OPTICIANS Special! Monument Mills Woven Bed-Spreads Single and Double Sizes $498 KEMP'S--THlliD FLOOR Special! Quilted Mattress Pads Twin Size « 39x76' $2 PS Full Size *5ix76' S3 93 KEMP'S-- THIRD FLOOR | SITl A T I O X S \ \ A N T K l T i SITUATION W A N' T E D -- LADY i wishes SiK'H housework. Apply 2 j Wijsncr SI __ _ 7-«d3f si r U~A T 1 6 N "VVA'NTED -- CJIKL wants jo as i:«m?);rapher during summer n^onths »r r* m [»Sare XMiitror.e var-itionsni; H.iv«- rc:n»w !CI!KC of book- I LOST -- PAIR OF GLASSES BE- · tv.een Francis Scott Key Hotel and I Po»soBSce. Reward. Mrs. Edward E. ' Cath;ng. Xo. 33 Delray Ave.. Catons, vil'e. _ LOST" | piated - RIMLESS EYE GLASSES by M. A. Lease also gold compact with initials E.H.K. - Phone Braddoc* 2562. ?-3d2t 4 ' 3 ' For Sale Six-room modern, frame, insu- · lated bungalow. Hot water heat. of children in the neighborhood ] services will be heia a: ten o'clock. | Edna Hull. Hagerstowp: Miss F!o- rooms and bath on second floor, j 242 . A N Market Phone 1951-W | large lot. on main highway. 4 miles , participated in the " " « - - - _ . - _ _ - . . _ _ _ t games and pageantry. From an 86-degree maximum j R Etchison Saturday afternoon, the mercury ; directors. moved to 91 degrees Sunday after: program of i Interment will be made in the rence Sinnisen and Mrs. Virginia ' Steam heat, 2 car garage, good i · cemetery adjoining the church. M. I Muritz. both at home: Roger R. ; condition, north section. Early pos- . and Son. funera! · Sinnisen. Hagerstown and Albert , session. i j Sinnisen, Boonsboro: a brother j j Charles Poffenberger. Baltimore: j noon and reached 93 degrees here Marsha a S Grumbine Monday afternoon. 1 " Marshall Schaeffer Fishing conditions were unsatis- i factory for the holiday. . i The Potomac was reported clear- ! ing along the Virginia shore and ' negs cloudy along the Maryland side.j vears The Monocacy remained muddy. I The United Rescue Truck xvas ] called about 8:15 o'clock Monday night to remove Stanley Biggus.: colored, to Emergency Hospital. ; i sisters. Mrs. Harlan Wachtel, My- j Grumbine ' ersville: Miss Anne PofTenberger. i ' Myersville: Mrs. Carrie McLaren. | : Frederick: Miss Bessie Gleason. ! HARRY E. MOHLER. Real Estate Phone 2074 reident of tn city v evenin* a» ^ the Frederick Livestock Sales } We will have our regular sale in j aged · m e m b r ; Washington. D. C.: six grandchild- our new barn. East South street. ! TI i ' The body rests at the funeral home plant, on Tuesdav night, Julv 6. at He was a son ot tne late . in Boonsboro _ xv here funeral ser- j 7 p. m. (dst). All kinds of live; i stock an 1 On Thursdav HP wa« not being revived 5 £ in a West All room and was knockerf The circumstances af*er years will j-p. m. Rev. j will officiate. · boro cemetery. he was employed at the j and Son f uner al directors. House. Surviving him are! night. July S. at 7 in Boons- 'p. m. idstt. we will sell the house- , V.-illiain F. Bast '. hold furniture, machinery and mis- ! cellaneous articles. j ROY H. RAMSBURG i natius Lease and | Reeder, Auctioneer. | Braungart. Clerk. Drive Out--Drive In Curb Service 11 a. m. to 2 u. m Chicken In the Basket Jumbo Shrimp Ranchburgers T-Bones Eat and Relax in Your Car at THE SNACK BAR. Jet. U. S. Route 40 and 40-A Picnic Lunch Complete Take Out Service Phone 1983-J-3 ' from Frederick. j HOWARD A. GROSS ! Phone 877 Apples For Sale Yellow Transparent at the orchard at Reich's Ford. 3 miles east of [Frederick. Phone 2065- W-l. ftf ORCHARnS Phone 7-3i'.'i:- \V.-VNTED WANTED -- SOMEONE TO COM- b'lic U arr«ri of «·:-.· .1! !!. J. Harris D;ckcrson. Phunc Buckeyt:)v.-n 48-F-12. 7-fidSt WANTEU~^"~!fOOM~"AND B O A R D near Krcdcrick. Part ol July mill August. Mi^ A Gil-M.n, Apt. -J2«. 2900 Conn. Ave.. Washington. D. C. i ESTRAYED -- TO 51Y FARM OXE \ young biack »nd white buli. ear tac i 95-J-50 Owner may claim same by pay:ns for !hi» advertisement, feed and daniase. Phone WalkersvsHe 2123. 7-3d3t' LOST -- REDDISH-BROWN CO'J-IE pup. streak of white on back of neck 7 months old. name "Brownie" children's pet. Phone Union Bridge ^:-M He«ard. 7-2d3t* LOST -- BLACK EVEHSHARP * BALL r-"»in! pen bearing the name George in parkme lot Monday evenini: Liberal rc-.vard if returned to "i: r 'er. Woodsboro. S!'!. Pho'ne -2d4t FOR SALE KOH SALE -- NOHGE REFRIGERA- tor in good condition. Eyster B n:d!e._5!lddlctovvn. 7-6d3t- " FOR SALE--MODEL A FORD~ROAD^ »ter. Perfect condition. Shep's Esso Service Station. Phone 208S " 7-6d3t WANTED -- STOHEROOM ON MAIN ' Street in Frederick. !»· reliable ladies. Reliable Ready t«» Wear. Write Fred'k. Xcws-Post Box lj_- 7-2d3f __ WANTED--CiOOD"USED CARS" WE |a. FOR SALE -- MARIGOLDTZIXNIA and aster plants. 20c dor. 224 East SecondJSt. ~-6d3t FOR SALE--R.C.A. VICTOR RADIO^ phonosraph combination. A-l con* uvi»; o-.c ... Hn!ir 'nr vour used 2 i t l o l - Ca!I between 7 and 9 p. m. Thursday. July 8. 1948. at 11.00 car "" rP £ ^R Sl^o^ea^ tor "u S:ewar{ - =3 E. Church St._ m. at my home southwest of | at your price for a 107., handling FOR-SALE--I5-CASE DRY~C^LT^G bos. Good condition, used 6 months. ?"£!l£_ :v . It -_ A i r ^ !64 - w -2. 7-6d6f FOR 117 iMiddletown.'lot of fine antique fur- ! ^evafi Bri jniture, glass, china, etc. See list. ; today The _ _ _ " " " S A L E ~ NEW PERFECTION . ·*--"" ' table-top 3-burncr and oven oil OLD DISAB-ED DEAD ANIMALS . stove, like new. Phone Brunswick Quickest sanitary removal If it's too ; 5!iL__ 7-6d3f late for the doctor, call Recs. Fred- j FOR SALE -- Fredirick Motor Co.. MRS. ELEANOR GERRICH i West Patrick St. Phone 1092 j Middle-town. Md. * *~- j Emmert R. Bowlus. Auctioneer. Oscar Sponsellcr. Clerk. Body Of Pfc. Kerchner Due Home On Thursday The remains of Pfc. Charles E. Kerchner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerchner, Walkersville. i Mrs. Eva Heim. Frederick: E. Allen ' died Monday at Frederick .Mem- | ! Grumbine. Frederick: J. Marshall i ° r:a! Hospital after an illness of j ! Grumbine, Frederick: Merrill F. j six days, aged 68 years. _ She was ' Grumfaine, Newell, Iowa. Two brothers Charles F. Grumbine. Clarksburg W; Va.. and David G. f»?»TM. « survivea oy ine 101- Grtimbine Baltimore: one sister j iOVV!n § Children: John Andrew. Mrs. Mollie McFarland. Baltimore: | a daughter of the late John and \ Clara Rankin, and besides her husband, is survived by the fol- Alfonso. ·will arrive Thursday morning in! 16 grandchildren and 10 great- ; Walkersville. Pfc. Kerchner, a ' grandchildren also survive. The I member of the Fourth Division, j body was at the funeral home. 106 j £ Eighth Infantry J -J -- -i: -- =! -----^ "« «- -· * * --' "-- · ~ France on listed in. the ·was stationed Ind., and at camps in Tennessee j and Kentucky before being sent to j Benjamin F. Zimmerman Camp Gordon Johnston, Fla-, for j Benjamin Franklin Zimmerman i William L. L. Jackson, at For Sale Cheap--OH Burner With Steam Heating Boiler And Water Heater Apply 147 North Market Street For Real Boys: Genuine Tcx'n Jeans Made in True Western Style! I ; Sanforized Blue Denim | Biffing Cesspools, Cellmrs, ! Sires 3 to 6s $1.98 \ trenches, grading, wrecking, gen- ' 1 Sizes 7 to 14 . $2.10 \ eral hauling, cleaning cesspools. j KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR j septic tanks, closets, mowing, plow- _^ j ertck 1279 24 hour service. We pay [ daire in good running order can be telephone charges Always on the job {boupht reasonable Apply 10 East I d-tf i South Street. " 7-«d3f FOR RENT . SALE -- IMPROVED .ICE RE^ .ricerator. Good condition. Capacity A. brother : and two nephews. The body is at j Brunswick funeral home. Re- i quiem Mass at St. Mary's church. I For Sale Filling Station Location Corner lot. fronting 150' on U. S. i 2 Water St. Route 40 within corporate limits of city. Depth of lot. 145". Zoning T " h o m a « ' b o a r d P ermit granted for station. ~ : extra location for filling station and sale of used cars. NOAH E. CRAMER SON. Realtors 114 N. Court Street Landscape Service Digging. Cesspools. Cellars. Trenching. Grading. Sodding, Wreckinc. General Hauling WM. STEVENS. Phone 1994-R ing lots. AUGUSTUS TYERYAR Phone 1352 13 Winchester 'St. embarkation He had been over-j died at his home near Feas»vffle | j t :,, Thursday morning at seas six months before his death, j Saturday evening at 8:4o o clock . 9 o - c j ock celebrated by Rev ?aul - ^ i i erclmer P pent nine years'after an illness of one day. aged 95 j DaU g h ertV. "interment" in church in the Regular Army and served : years. He was a son of the late j ceme i e ^-/ c F Fee*e and Bro some time ia Hawaii. Before en- j glias and Ann Marie Greenwald i funeral""directors" the_service he --=s employed ! Zimmerman. Surviving him are a | Dr. L C. Stickney Will be out of his oSce from July 5th to August 1st. Look Special Bus WALKERSVILLE CARNIVAL Every Night Next Week See Large Advertisement Gemico Air Conditioners I 3. 5 and 7»i h. p. "Packaged" f For Girls! Ballerino Rayon Panties of Spun-Lo Run-Resist Rayon (Sizes 2 to 15 50c Stock-up for Summer! KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Good Country Eats i Units for Commercial and Indus- ! Walkersville Firemen's Carnival by the Singer Sewing Machine | daughter Miss Mollie V Zimmer- ' Rev. Geo. L. Nelson ! t n a l installation. Window models ! Company and the Glade Valley- man at home: e j ght grandchildren. 1 Rev. Georgs Louis Nelson, color- ' for homes and offices. | Garber Bakery m Walkersville. William Z Shook Seat Pleasant: ' ed. formerly of New Market but i Immediate Delivery ! Surviving are his parents, two M urray D and E B Shook, Carroll 1 for the past two years pastor of ! HILLSIDE MOTOR CO JULY 5TH THRU 10TH Tasty, Clean and Wholesome sisters, Mrs. C. Leo Krantz, Brad- j jj anor - nrt^lc anrf ATi«;«; .Tpnpt T. T-CArHhnpr- i . 1 , E . SHook Adams . the Inwood Methodist church. In- 12 ° West Patrick St. Phone 292, . . , ^ r , _ . . . ... , I ^*iCLX2Ul.. X^^UAUA ^.. l^IAV/Vfv. **\AQm^3 fc*.^. . . * » « » vsv« *.^N-^». v^..^-- w.....^'... ---. oock, and:Miss Janeu L. I^rchner, ' M rs . Grant Warn er, near this I wood. West Virginia, died at the; WalkersvjUe: and three brothers, Margaret Shook. Roscoe H.jFrederick Memorial Hospital Sun-' S. K.erchner. Littletown, j - · Tonight and Every Nijht Through July 10th Walkersville Firemen's Carnival For Sale ! Used electric Frigidaire in good j Heights: three great- . an illness of IS mor hs. aged 52 : .^^,.;ii» ' grandchUdren. Arthur Shook. Jr.. i years. He ivas a son of the late 1 erSVUUe. i S - ., ---- . --». i * . ' -r-r -T-V j e* i -r -TT--T -*T T * The remains will be taken to the i Del and Hu ^ Warner, all of near , HenryD. and Sarah J. Wilson Nel- .; G. C. Barton funeral home from j this ="'· ^ bodv was at the , £on - Rev ' ^ el s° n - a ?»«««· m the where a full military funeral will; ^neral home, 106 East Church ; Methodist cSurch for 25 years, pre- be held!" Sunday terment ·will be made cemeterv. Woodsfaoro. i , ,, , , _ _ , . ] - -- , tery. Feagaville. IVL R. Etchison i son. three daughters. Martha Jane. · j and Son, funeral directors. {p ea rl V. and Bernice D. Nelson, all | _ , . ! at home: a daughter bv a former I 1 An Infant Phone I168-W Diggs Carnival and Festival Graceham Fire Company Mt. Tabor Park. Rocky Ridge SAT. EVE.. JULY 10TH Music Yellow Springs Band For Sale 1 7-ft electric Frigidaire, new; · one 9-foot electric Frigidaire, new; one Norge electric range, like new: one bottled gas range, nearly new; two used electric washing ma- ' FOR RENT -- FURNISHED 1 bedroom. 22G East 5th St. I 7-3d2t* . . _____ | 100 Ibs. Phone Walkcrsvil!e 3251. FRONT = - - --- 7-6d3t 1 STUDIO COUCH FOR SALE--CHEAP" ! 105 Sast 3rd St. 7-6d3t Reliable Junk Company MAURICE SCLAR. Prop. Water St.. B O Ave. Phone--Office 966 Residence 5712-W Highest Cash Prices Paid For " All Kinds of Junk Used Pipe for Sale FOR RENT--FURNISHED BEDROOM. ' FOK ^ i £--LTVTXG ROOM SUITE. Annlv 210 \Vest Patrick St. I . PTMCMcaHv new. Also two. single j beds, complete. Phone 896-W-3 - 7-6d3t FOR SALE -- Apply 210 West Patrick St. 7-3d3t BEDROOM AND LIV- FOR RENT ing room next to bath. Suitable for one or two Ecntlcmen. Apply 19 West 3rd St. Phone 101C-W. 7-3dtf 1937 DODGE --.,.,,,, plckuo. Merhle F. Haincs. Middle- Md. RENT--TWO BEDROOMS~XEXT j F °^ SALE--MONTMORENCY SOUR to bath. 356 East Third St. Extd. Rl 5 ,, es , a f orch; 'rd. Picking now. 7-3d6f ' "ring, containers. Prices reasonable. FURNISHED BEDT ! IrS ' C1 ° m Hartma "- Cashtown Pa.^ 1G35-J. CIS Park : FOR g ^ T -. 7-6d4t 7-1 rfKr ; FOR SALE -- FOR RENT -- 2 rooms. Phone Place. Zl" to 32" Power Lawn Movrers li^-! specd FOR RENT -- WELL ESTABLISHED j 3. crm in restaurant on W. Main Street, ; stokers, welding ELECTRIC MOTORS, reducers. V-drives. Weeds. Brush Hand Lawn Mowers Precision Grinding and Repairing BAKER'S 252 West Patrick Street Live In Florida's Fastest Growing City. Homes for Sale from $1,500.00 Lots from S200.00. Ideal climate year around. No state sales tax. Homestead exemption allows you a $5.000.00 home tax free- For further information write to JOHN W. FAVORITE, R. 3. Box 658-B Fort Pierce, Florida. necessary equipment. {^^ ",--£* SSSTM^- no*e ^r S ^on^r|;£fi } ESS. 5ffi £e^~^ «: »._5i! cl SSL_ i tors' and quarry equiprnent. office FOR RENT -- FURNISHED ROOM · furniture, etc.. new and used Hajjers- for 2 gentlemen. Twin beds. Private [ town Equipment Co.. Inc Hagers- bath. 525 N. Market Street. _6-30dtf_ ! to^ji- Maryland 7-Sd4tx7-3wlt 1 Thurmont. I including i at restaurant _ _ FOR RENT--A VHGRY ATTRACTIVE \ FOR SALE -- 1936~Pl7i~M"6~U r TH apt., desirable loc.-jtion. Poss. Aug. j coupe. 1938 Olds 4-door sedan Botfc 1st, No children- Apply by letter to j In excellent condition. Rice : Krant* Frederick News-Post Box 2311. j Gulf. S. Market Street. Phone 1357 6-23dtf FOR RENT--SANDER AND EDGER. Plenty of sandpaper, varnishes and shellac C F. Hartman. East Street. -3d2t Frederick Phone 1334 and 548. 5-24dtf HELP WANTED · FOR SALE -- COLD WALL FRIG~I! r,J Iairc No - 7 - Carry 4-j-r. guarantee. Phone Frederick 67. 7-3J3t I FOR SALE -- 5-FfT McCORMICK; i Dcering combine with clover seed · and pickup attachments. Charles P M. | Kolb. near Crcagerstown. 7-3d3t j FOR SALE -- 1941 3'i-H.P. Glass Wax Makes window cleaning a dream: j ; -«r... AND WIVES , TM de outboard motor? Guaranteed for special work. Earning S100 to £;* Condition. One owner. 575. Ship- veekly. Must be free ' . le ·" s P° rt Store. 7-3d3t WILL EMPLOY 2 3 for special work. S150 per couple wee Funerals The funeral of Amos BL-Haller,; Leatherman. in- 417 East Potomac sureet^ Bruns- | f { M lvin H and Pauljne ,, wick, who died at the FredencK · : * Memorial H o s p i t a l afternoon.- took place _ _ funeral home. 106 East Church = aft^'con. Surviving" "him are his street, Saturday morning at 111 parents, one brother. Henry R. o dock._ Rev. Samuel S. Johns- I Leatherman. four sisters Elizabeth ton, rector of All Saints church, j R_. Dorothy R.. Rebecca R. and officiated. _ The funeral ivas large- j Edith L. Leatherman. all at home, j in i marriage. Mrs. Florence Nail. Baltimore: three brothers and two sis- Walkersville Carnival Home Operated--Home Owned All Profits Help the Firemen To Help You We'Deliver 328 North Market St. Phone 1478 FOSTER'S HARDWARE RESOLUTIONS Resolutions j Whereas, the Grim Reaper has! called one of the Board of ; · ing tools, dishes, canned fruit, i · crocks. · ' MRS. JAMES NULL, i | chines, one new electric washing , also dozens o£ ot ber cleaning and ] machine, one power used lawn polishing jobs. ' mower, one hand used lawn mower. j two floor fans, nearly new. ! 1 new electric range: 1946 Cros- i ley sedan, equipped with radio; i 1931 Ford coupe, nearly new; 1947 · Rototiller. nearly new; also assort- i ment of house paint. BERNIE. The Used Car King of Maryland Battletown. Frederick. Md. Phone 790 For Rent Large store room--Plate glass Custom Baling GLENELLEN FARMS. Ijamsville, Md. Phone New Market 2013 HIGH GRADE SEED sale. Apply Homer WHEAT FOR Coins. Wood- Key Hotel. 7.30 to 8.30 p. m. _Friday ! ; tock _ Farms. Poolesville. Md.. after evening only. ~ ' ~ 7-6d3f 7-3d6t SPARE TIME MONEY-MAKERS!-- i FOR SALE -- 1937 PLY. COUPE. Sell Christmas cards to friends, j Rood rubber, fair condition. S185.00. others. 50 stunning folders with name ! App'y H. E. Harbaugh. Catoctin Fur- only SI up. free samples. Big value '. nace. Maryland. 7-3d3t* "Feature" 21-card $1 assortment pays ! FOR SALE -- SIX WELL JBRED you up to 50c. Many other fast-sel- ! Gucrnsev heifers about 2 vears old lers. Stationcn- "Feature" on ap- , p. W. McKay, Rocky PJdge/Md. proval. Artistic. 643 Way, Elmlra. ·*· Baild Tour Home TN SPRING VALLEY «0ft. frontage lots SI,500 All improvements Motter Ave_ Opposite 13tb SL ._ ............. _ _ HELP WANTED -- SALES t Regular positions. High graduates preferred Good i Managers of the Frederick County! ly attended and there was a pro- j Services at the graveside fusion of floral emblems. Pall- } Olivet cemetery this a" bearers were: Roy Logue, Gay^ lord Cox. George Snoots. Clark ; Son. funeral directors- Price, Jesse Roorback and Charles ' Forney. Interment in Mount j He , nI T_^' T ^ a f r l o * t Olivet cemetery. M. R. Etchison · _'"" - j- '- -and Son. funeral directors. ; Trappe. died Saturday at 7;45 p. m. i staunch supporter and the Agn- Keeney Reunion Sunday. July llth. at Mt. Tabor ! shovv windows. Located downtown | Watch Repairing- -- ftrf I f * · 'J±?L l - = FOR SALE -- 10 WEEKS OLD NEW CLERKS, j Hampshire pullets Blood tested. School i Apply 217 West South St. 7-2d3«* starting ; " - ~ ' 7-6d5t i building lots. Also good used "upright ; piano. Apply 1207 N. Market St. i FOR 20 7-2d6t SALE--HOUSE. SMALL BARX acres of finest land, on hard i JSe'touTfS? mSnme 51 ^: Carefully' RepaireTanT Adjusted v'^^a^AZg?"^: ·* *-«· «· »» Wight^v^ ; of Abram Hemp. Jr. Whereas, in the passing of Mr. . Hemp, the community has lost a Henry Pinkney Parrott, native of . substantial citizen, the church, a tives welcome. I while visiting his daughter. Mrs. j cultural Society, a loyal and faith- ' The funeral of Mrs. Susan Eliza- \ Orville Smith, near New Windsor, j ful official. Abram Hemp was i beth Stottlemyer. wife of John R. j ^ e was $S years of age and death . bom in Jefferson. Maryland on Stottlemyer. who died at her home. ] was attributed to a cardiac cond- ! March 29. 1869 and died there May 1504 North Market street. Thurs- | ilion - He was a son of tne late I H. 1943 at the age of 79 years. I day morning, took place from the j James and Henrietta Davis Parrott | month and 12 days. He married and w s a member of Pilgrim Hoi- : jus ; ness or suitable for office occu- · nancv. For Sale j " ^ D. HARP AGENCY Porch Chaise Lounge, ex- · Real Estate ceilent condition, price reasonable. : Pythian Castle Eldg. Phone 1779-M after 5.30 p. m. j by Watchmaker with long experience Jewelrv and Clocks Repaired TYLER'S JEWELRY STORE Plants For Sale CHESTER L. GROVE 103 E. 8th St. Phone 12S5 i ARTHUR D. LAMBERT. 3 East Church Street Phone 53-J funeral home. 106 East Church Maude Dcty on November 30. '; Attention--Junior Ladies Aux. Bus will leave Junior Fire Hall Announcement We are pleased to announce that Band -Concerts Walkersville Firemen's Carnival JULY 5th THRU 10th Venetian Blinds Complete Renovating Service New Custom Made Blinds As Low as 50c Square Ft Aluminum or Steel i All modern m.-»ch:r:ery. Good salary j to right part-.- Write Frederick Xews- j Post Box 609. 7-6d6t i t I WANTED--EXPERIENCED AND IX- i experienced pa:n:ers willing to I work. Good starting pay. Rodney i Tornas. corner of Market and 3rd. ' Scotty's, anv morning at 6.45. ! 7-Gd5t- street. Saturday afternoon at 2 lTM*^. Church. Oxford Besides Mrs. . i8 g T and they were able to ce le-' a t 6.45 p. m" Thursdav". Julv 8th! we have opened a used car display j _ tetirna{ without obligation 5-clock. Rev. Harry G. Benedict, i ? mi . th - h . e .A s s«ryived_by tne fol- brate the 50th aanivcrsaiy o f " ' ' " " "--* -----t tor estimate wivnout ooiiga 10 KOUSEKEEPZR FOR ELDERLY MAX farm near Frederick. Xo heavy ·»-or!t. \Vrite Box 312. Frederick Xcws- j Post. 7-Cd3f j HELP WANTED" -- " EXPERIENCED attended floral and there were manv · _ s. Pallbearers, grand"- | ?TM Ppe - is survi _ _ assisted by Vev" DavicTstTtleyrof- ' J° will S children: Mrs. Coley Evans. : we daing~ last fall" Mr7Hemp v.-as WalkersviUe. ficiated. The funeral was laVeelv ' S; n - aj ? coc ,; *" Ir d , ^Parrott. ,; i n ! er e5ted in every movement that atf^nriori an fl *,«-« ^-.TM _*,,;.. Painter. \a.: Mrs. Russell L-eonard. ' , vas for the bes { interest of his and Mrs. Pease Dobson. · cornrnunity and county Ke was an and a ac -j ve Kotarian. a director of the ..... _ ie - Irv i"g'The bocv was removed bv D^D ?otomac Sa'so" Company, a direc- stnae f-rries^ linger Richard Kartzler'and Son to the Mcrgan and iwsnnttn rung. In- Funeral home. Easton. where ser- termen^wa^miiount Olivet ceme--vices were held this rnomin? at r.tcn;son and Son. JQ o'clock. Interment was ir. to attend County Convention in VIRGINTA M. DANNER. Secretary. Card of Thanhs We wish to thsrik our friends and tor of *he Chilcrerf? Aid Society relatives for their sympathy and and an elder of lot on South Court Street, south j of the Amoco Station. You are j invited to visit us for a demonstra- j tion of our used cars and trucks j listed below. THE FREDERICK^ MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Phone 1092 electricians. Hnhn E:ertric Co.. 1183 call VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE Phone Frederick 2092 i HELP WANTED--WAITRESS. GOOD j salary. Pleasant surroundings. Write Fred'k- Xe-A-s-Pos! Box 304. | Ton Pay No More For The Best ! WANTED -- TRUCK DRIVER AND 7-2d6t FOR SALE -- SMOOTH FOX TERMER puppies. A. K. C. registration. S35 each. Applv Howard Wachter. 14O We«t Patrick St Phone 861. 3 a. m. to 5 p. m. _ 7-2d6t _ FOR SALE -- FRYD.-G CHICKEXST Harry Crurn. Walkersville. Md. Phone 2184. _ 7-2d3t FOR SALE-- 1947 ESTATE ELECTRIC stove, excellent condiaon. 405 Carroll Parkway- Phone 2348. _ 7-2d3f FOR SALE -- NEW 1948 DODGE heav-s- duty, two ton truck, body with dnmt. Furry's Sales ?=r-v-ice. Union Bridge. Md. __ 7-2d6t FOR SALF -- DACHSHTJXD~FU?PIEST rcsistration papers. Seven weeks old both «-exes. Thomas Kvtend. Route 1. Xe-.v Windsor. Phone 3S-F-22. ,, FARM MACHINERY -- TEW OR USED -- II side rakes. 14 tractor mowers. pick-a-5 balers. SI95 «t: 5 com- So why not u=e the best For Jhe 1 helper for coal yard. Steady work. ; bines SJ93 up: one used T self-pro^ u %v uj , nui u_c .. = :/-,,_-,,,, ; Tn^n«v A- ;n-. ^-^ f-- r-.=»:- celled Anv make, most mr-cels trac- orce S. Rodock Son. Sth East ! Streets. 7-3d2t M. R. kindrjes;: during our bereavement at the loss of our mother and wife. AUo for flo-."cr5 and use of auto- funeral directors. ' Sprir.g Hill cemetery. Easto-. Funeral services for Howard , Sirs. J. Lee WfUard William Duble. Brunswick ra:3-1 Mrs. Pearl E. Wilia^d. wife of roaa brakeman. were held this ] J. Leg Willard. 123 Jefferson afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the ; street, died Mondav evening at New York Hill Melhodist church. 5:45 o'clock at Frederick Merno-" conducted by Rev. I. \V. Seav. In- · ; a J IIc.sp;-^J after sn hnniedjaJe terment \va? made in Knox- · illness of t-.vo dav?. Si:e v.-ss 5u JOHN- R. STOTTLEMYER AND CHILDREN viile Reformed cemetery. In addition to survivors already merit:on- years o;d. Mrs. Wiilard was born at Reel's ed are a son. Howard Kobert Mill, a daughter of the late Charles Duble. Washington. and one , £. and Frances Esworthv O'Haro. grandchild. C. H. Fee:e and 3ro.. funeral directors. both natives of Frederick co;ir.- ty. She had lived in Frederick . practically her entire 3ife. and al,,,.. ,,--,,. , ,- , , . - . tended Calvary Methodist church. While Lilian;i j. Kepler and nis . Besidcs h husband . Mrs . WilJard daugnter. 5i,ss ?.iyne. were aoscnt , is sur ^ ved bv {he fo ,j owing c hil- from tneir horrm northeast of Mid- i - s _ _ _ . i?-,v. 0 ,. ESCAPE FROM FIKE _ idren: Robert L. dle:own recently visiting in Ocean . 5ck . Ro]and E wniard Urbana- i n our City. Md.. a bolt of lightnine ran · Jar ,, e? v Willard at home' Ken- Be * into the house during an electrical ne:h H . Willard and Mrs. Thomas CO P V the Reformed Church. Mr. Hemp v.-as elected a ·member of the Board of Managers of the Frederick County Agricultural Society in January. 1922. · and served thereon continuously , until his death. He served as vice- President of the Board in 1928 and 1929 and as President in 3930 a r i d ' ' Tiierefor- be it resolved by the Ferr = s Whecl - Catapult. Board of Manager? o* Hie Frrisrr:«-k County Agr:cuHi:ra! Society in . meeiing afjerr.olcd this second day of July." 1948. that 1he Society ha? lost a faithful official ar.d its Board of 7il?nager= a conscientious ar.d loyal member ?nd that hi? pacing v.-;Il ieave a vacancy tha* t will be d i f f i c u l t to fill. We shall mi.--; him st our ncctina.* arid hi.- Willard. Freder- ' advicc ? . _ . -. council wi.i be S Rides Walkersviile Firemen's Carnival JULY 54h THRU 10th rry Go Round. K:iiui- Kidt-j. Etc. Onr Plant Will Be Closed For annual vacation July 5 to 32tb. Our office will be open vacation xvcek 8.30 to 1200--I 00 to 5.00 and Saturday rnornine. FLEISCHMAN-- Cleaners Public Sale Fine Cscd Cars and Trucks 1943 Ford Super Deluxe Fordor ] 1946 Ford 2- Super Deluxe Tudor, 1.946 Ford Deluxe Tudor 1 1541 Dodse Fordor j 1841 Chevrolet* ' 2 - Town Sedan j 3940 Pontiac Tudor ; 1940 Pontiac Conv. Coupe 1939 Ford Coupe Chevrolet '3- Tov.-n Sedans I9::fi For-i F'/rdor i best in moving call j MEADOWS VAN SERVICE ; D^IPY^\X W^XTED SPLEXDTD j Phone 677 Weekly trips to Bait!- j opportunity for industrious man for I more and Washington. Announcing The Openine COLE'S JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING 323 North Market St. ' !ars;c dairv farm. ?.I.-ir. should ha%~e st · !cai: one c-od helper. HO.:FC wi:h ] modern converier!Ce^ Contact a: once" ! Thomas C. Xeiiey. Rockvilic. Md. Of- j See phone. Rockvsl^e 3422 or Res. \ Phone. Ga-.thersburg 433-W-3. 1 !i.,i. 1?47 Ford. 1 ton take , 19-32 Ford. 2 ton -take , 1940 Ford '-2 ton pickup 1S39 Ford : i ton pickup 1932 Ford '·? Ion stake 1931 Ford : 2 ton pickup i Thci-e and truck market prices for Waste w-i. "'__" ] Paper. Rags. Metals. Iron. Tire*. ; ] Hides. Greases, etc. j For Sale: I Beams. Angles. Chan- I ne' 1 iron. Reconditioned Pipe, etc j 155-w ! FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY. ! 310 Chapel Alley HELP WAXTED -- HARVEST AND Pau'/R-jdy." M;dd:c 4 ov.-n. Prlrwse 126- O ^ - : n ' . firs i KETLP WANTED--SINGLE MAX FOR i da:ry and genera! farm -.vork. Good Phone 333 Frederick, Md Frank Gasilcy Sons j WAXTED -- IASSIJ-TAXT are in Spinet--Pianos i good =h?pc ar.d reasonably priced. ! Shipment arrived, are greatest I Visit our new Jot on South Court i value for money. Several used pi- Wednesday, July 7. 11 a. m. idst l a demonstration i Street south of Amoco Station for r?ro!ver!. tha* a 4 miles west of Mt. Airy, Md . 100 f th??f; resolution? be Fpresd head if livestock, rr.iik COWF. heif- i storm, stripping insulation from Q ^i ur phy. both of Frederick: two on ot;r ^-in'j:??. a copy sent to his ' ers. bulls, steer?, horses, hoes, and j wires and damaging installations in \ sisters Miss Rose O'Haro Mrs i fa"iil" and a copy printed in the ' farming machinery, trucks, harness, j - - · - - - - ' ' ' ' -etc. i I GEORGE E. RUNKLES ! Glenn Trout. Emmert R. Bowhi?. John W Null. Auctioneers. THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Phone 1092 , . . the cellar. At one place a log und?r j Owen' Frv and Mrs. John Van- \ press the floor wa? set afire and the Acore. all o f , Frederick. Three flooring under the piano in the liv- irrandchildren and a number of ;n2 room was scorched, but almost nieces and nephews also survive, j miraculously no serious blaze ma- j The boH.v is at the funeral home. terializedL -8 East Patrick street, where frienris I Rf-.'pcc'fullv- submitted. C K'CONLKY LT.OYD C. CUI.LER JOHN L. SHAW Committee I R. L. Kelly, Clerk, Happy Johnnie The Gan£ Walkev-ville Firemen's Carnival WEDNESDAY NITE J u l y 7.h. R c t t T Conif Earlyl Free Parkins anos reasonable. THE PIANO SHOP 4th and N Market Street For Eagle-Picber "Certified" Insulation and Eagle- CREDIT rnanaser. Encnrct.c young mar;. L^r.s established firm. -, Splendid opporf.injty State age ar.d ' oua'iScations Write Frederick Xews- Post Box i l l . 7-2dtf MEN- \-RITE IMMEDIATELY FOR full .'nfo-ms'i^n ho-.v :o e=tabl:sh profitable Ra-.v.cish husincs' in ·· part of citv of Frederick. You will be surprised at bis; results others secure. Xo solhng experience r.cfess.ary to , Picher Aluminum Storm Windowe and Dcor* see H J Kester. phone S32-J. 316 E. Third St.. Frederick Md. FREDERICK HOMES INSULATING COMPANY. '. pelled Any make, most rar-dels trac- | tors, also extra cultivators. Corn pickers and binders. Free delivery anywhere. Cockey Farm Machinerv Center. Stevenson Road. POtesvlBe. Md^ off Ho - te 340, nesT NW Corner Baltimore Cir.- line. Phone Pikesville 415. T-2d3t FOH SALE -- ONE ANTJ ONE-HALF ton Ford truck and body, one metal hoc feeder, one three bottom Case plow, two M?«^e Chef gas ranges converted for Phil;as. one Servel gas IRe'riserator f-onverted for ?h!tgas. «~e upright piano. Telephone As'ntori gzs: 7-igst FOR SALE--NEW JOHN DESTHE 1O- ft. power £rairi binder on rubber. Anoly Ciair D. Warley. Lincoln Way West. York. Pa.. R. D. 6. Phone residence Littiestowrj. Pa. 163-M 6-30d6t* FOR SALK--USED WINDOWS AND fr^mes. door?, bricks, 'urnber. Cheap ;o o:;ick b-j-i-cr Applv Ed. 'WinpiRler, ·=n West 6:h St. 6-29d6f FOTi SALE -- 1 MODEL C CASE T-actor. ! Model L Case tractor, both on new rubber. Several good used threshing machines on rubber. Evans Hardware Co.. Woodbine. Md. 6-29dSt FOR SALE -lot of good _ 1 DOUBLE WINDOW. sed lumber, some oak start No cap.'i.ili required. Golden op- FOR SALE-Sxl2 TRUCK BED WITH to bui'.d up solid business, i cattle racks Paul B. Ganley 115 Ches- ! Pennsylvania Avenue, phone 1433-J. portursi Rawleish's. ter. Pa. up t.' MD r -42-143. 6-2Edx7-Id2f 6-23dl2t WAXTED--EXPERTEXCED COOK TO take complete charge rr kitchen. Full time, co^d salary. Apply Tic- Tok Restaurant. 74 S. M a r k r t Street. FOR SALE -- GARWOOD DUMP t hody. Phone 39. 8-2Idtf _ FOR SALE -- REP.\TRITD~CT:XERA- tcr!. srarter«: Blair's, 222 W South St. Phone 1546-M. . «-3d30t" NEWSPAPER! ?:wspAPERr

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