The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 1, 1967 · Page 8
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September 1, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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Page 10 THE NEWS, Frederick, Marland Friday. September 1, 1967 a family gathering The high light of the day was the picnic lunch served on the lawn of their home Those in attend- LOUISE V. MENTZER 822-4843 aiice were Mr. and Mrs. How- On Saturday the Boy Scouts ard Lee Brown, Howard I-ee will collect newspapers and j r , Terry and Crystal and Rickie Sutton of Tampa Flor- Waterford; Mrs. Vickie Baker and daughter Stacey of Waterford, William Martz and daughters Judy and Melody of Bluemont, Mr and Mrs. Roy Ridgway and grandsons Dale, Scott and Randy and Mrs. Austin Gordon and Evelyn of Baltimore Also Mr and Mrs Lonnie and me recently at Lindsey Park. Their next meeting will be Sept. 19 at 7 30 p m. at the home of Mrs Margaret Washington. Millard Cooper is a patient in Loudoun Memorial Hospital. Johnny Virts is also a patient there. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lawrence and family of Little'Rock, Ark. are visiting with relatives around Junior Coates, Pat, Ronnie and Johnny Coates, Sending gifts " ' Hunt Mrs. Betty Haris grandmother Mrs. Batholow of Jefferson ., night guests of Mrs. Evelyn Potterfield, were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Potterfield and family of Raleigh N. C who have been visiting friends and relatives while on vacation. Mr and Mrs. Henry Butler Haymarket, Va also Aqnir. V a : Mr and M rs Verno, Callmg in .h« home earherm the former Theta Gay Hatcher. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luther Coates gave a birthday party recently in honor of their birthday Refresh- Court News s ladies were awarded ribbons. Several of the members decided to visit with Mrs. Lillian Keister at Point Lookout, on Sept. 6. After lunch the club visited with Mr. and Mrs Ingalls in their apartment and then took, a tour of the grounds of Leisure World. The three guests making the trip were George Wire, Mrs. Robert Finney and daughter Cristina of Bethesda Harry A Finney accompanied Frank W. Hyde candidate for Common Wealths Attorney to Fredericksburg on Saturday and spent the day at a workshop meeting of thp eighth district Republican. Gerald and Roger Shafer, who have been visiting with their grandmother, Mrs Dorothea Frye during August, have returned to their home in San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Thelma Cecil md Mrs Rachel Kennedy visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donlon Gletner and family Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Brown were hosts recently at Arabs Say Nasser Foiled Coup Attempt 3y Tne Associated Press Reports circulated in Arab capitals Wednesday that Egypt's | President Gamal Abdel Nasser had foiled a planned coup against his government by arresting Marshal Abdel Abdul Hakim Amer, his former trust- td lieutenant, and a large number of senior army officers. The reports did nat appear in print in mos. Arab capit?!; where the press is contro'led, but a Kuwait newspaper carried an account and diplomatic fources said they had picked up various versions of it in Algiers, Khartoum, Tunis and other Arab ooints. ·'We have HD direc i.ifi r ma- tion," one Western diplomatic tmirc; in th? Middle Ea^t caid. "Al! our reports are secondhand. But they have spread so vvide and so fast that we are inclined to believe something is going on in Cairo." Sources described the report- 1 e'l purge as a series i' "pre- emntive house arrests." Up ti 150 Egyptian generals and colonels have been reported detained. One sou-C2 said ths of "er- ' mav have been nlaced in detention "to tamp things down" during Nasser's absence at the Arab summit meeting in Khar- a; , d - Ridge, N.J , and Jane Potter Ruwet of Frederick. Guy H. Cornell of Purcellville, Va., and Leslie L. Lockhart of Front Royal, Va. David R Lewis of Smithsbut g, and Linda L. Greiger of Frederick. 1 Gary E. Koontz of Hagtvs- and Kay F. Fry of Jeffor- Pur- D. Larry Milford Gossard ind Jean Carol Ramsburg, both of Frederick. Property Deeded: Phoebe M. Saia to Maurice J Hurley and wife, county. | Union Chapel of Mountaindale, al to Howard J. Zimmerman and wife, county. Harold S. Bollinger Sr. and wife to Frederick J. Warnken and wife, county. Alma G. Wilhide to Elmer E. Nikirk and wife, county. Edwin F. Nikirk, al Tr. al, to Elmer E. Nikirk anu wife, coun- William A. Alban and wife to Herman Bolio and wife, county. Harold R. Lydard and wife to Jeanne E. Barnhart, county. ' Jeanne E. Barnhart to Harold 1 L. Lydard and wife, county. Jean A Cappeluti and wife to L. Thompson and wife to James L. Lambert, county. Equity: Margaret T. Russell vs. H'. bert W Russell, bill of complain: for an absolute divorce; support and maintenance of three mm- or children; care and custod of minor children, and counsel fees. Helen Marie Ut?. vs. J o !» n Wayne Utz, bill of complaint for an absolute divorce. and Per capita income $885 a year in Italy. The merican Humane As«?n was founded in 1877. Unbeatable Values For Girls Jr. Boys Back - to - School Fashion Pizazzz Super Charged 9 * Color* and Xabrict* Styles ^»-~^ and Silhouettes Other' saH an armv "lot t" r»ve*'t 1 i rf w Nas'^r wa". actual'v latching pnri th" rmss arre-.t-- had nipped it in the bud Woolco Co. Promotes I In Area The Woolco Department St-ie in the Frederick Shopping 'Jt-n ' ter announces the promotion of two employes to department managers Allee Compher III has be.-n named floor covering manager and Mrs Catherine Porter nun- ager of the ladies wear clepai '- ment Compher replaces Moriii, \I1- esworth, who has been promot ed to a larger Woolco unit 'n Charlotte N C Compher a Frederick n a t i \ e and a 1 JiH graduate of Frederick High School has been with Woolco since its opening as assist mt manager Mrs Porter replaces William Meadows, who was prom !rd to a larger Woolco uni' in Montgomery, Ala Mrs Porter, a New York native, graduated from Newtown High School. Ixng Island and attended Hunter College Previously employee! al Sak's Fifth Avenue and Porters Establishment of Fashion as .1 buyer She has been a Fredei ick resident for the past I I years Her husband James ind three children reside at 703 Midway Drive Mrs Por»er has dUo been with Woolco as assistant manage' of the ladies' woar Department since the opening Sept of 1966 St K igius is the patron saint ot jockeys. SPAPFRf Value Packed Toppings Girls' Shirts Blouses J.77 _ WOOLCO'S LOW LOW PRICED Peter Pan collar shirts with 'ong or short s'eevos buttondowns, prints, roll-up sleeves, shirt 'n sock sets Fancy front b'ouses Perm-Press Dacron' po'yester-cottons and all cottons White ond Fa'l tones Sues 3-6x 7-14 Big Favorites For Girls 7-14 Scads of Skirts SCHOOL STYLED pleated wrap-arounds, permanent-press kilties, side pleats anc c'uster pleats, A-lmes with inverted p eats Novelty e x t r a s choin belts new pocket treatments, reversibles A fantas'ic group of fabrics Navy, royal rust or green Bargain priced Smart Woolco Value! Bi| Fashion Hit Jumpers JIGHT FOR SCHOOL Bright Orion acrylic itripes with chain be ts, crystal p'eot swing skirts, nautical looks, solid 'n stripe combos Many perm -press Fabrics Dacron polyester-cottons, Avn l. rayon-cottons, cotton corduroys landed Orion 1- knits Bright Colors Sizes 3-«x A 7-14 Frederick Shopping Center Classic School Mates Girls' 2-pc. Coordinates MATCHED FOR VALUE, bonded knit tops in solids ond stripes, matching ikirts, crystal pUats, p'aid ruff «» and crochet-typ* *dgmg Neat sweaters with coordinating skirts, natty nautical* Easy-care fabrics Sizes 3-6x 7-14 Exceptional Special Buys! Jr. Boys' Perma- Press Shirts Slacks each PERFECT FOR OFF TO SCHOOL AND OUT TO PLAY' No ironing' Machine washab'e. Permanent-press shirts and slacks ready to wear washing after washing A wirle array of Fall-hued colors Buy now, save' Sues 1-8 JUST SAY Charge It W. 7th St. At Schley Ave. Route 15 Exit 7-A Shop Mon. - Sat. 10 A.M. To 9:30 P.M. SPAPFRf

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