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Frederick. MM, W*taw«ar. 7. Brunswick Is An Easy Victor Lovettiville. twamped Doub*, 12-S and Cree_er«town gathered a Mintzer. 11 fc-0 forfeit sward when Walkers- __ ·rill* walked oK the field, in Fourth j G Cooper, 2b. of July contests of the Tri-Owaty ] ^ Fryt j LMCOC. ] Potts." cf. Six runs in the second inning Foster, ss. and tour snore in the fifth, were Eyler. 3b. Carey. J. Pawed balls -- Mines, Locinc pitcher--Willard. Hits--Off Kolb. t in 2 Inning*. Hits--Off Willard. 1$ in 6 innings: off H. Care% 2 in 1 innings. Umpire-Bruchey Scorer--Haa«3* Levettsrille Fleming, c. L. Frye, rf.. p. Tri'CourUy League all the runs the Railroaders needed to inhospitably slap down the Vir- Ambrose. p_ rf. ·Danner at Brunswick, Sun- j day. Brunswick poured on 181 Totals hit* to assume command of the i Brunswick content Deener. s It was a rout for league-leading} J" Damascus at Doubs. The winners *T\*sft4 20 safeties, led by Wil- liazns and Ciiae. with three apiece. Willard. of Doubs. also hit safely three times. Burner. Damascus star hurler -was combed for 11 bits by the loners- Several arguments and tempers Totals super-heated by humidity at Creagerstown, broke up the best reported contest of the day, as Walkersville left the field in a huff over * decision by Umpire Weaver. For 'Creagerstowtt. ^ Walkersville. 0 Damascus. 12; Doubt. 3 Brunswick. 14; LovetUvillt. 1 Middletown, 11; Buekeys- town, 1. ·Forfeit 35 S 10 24 11 2 AB. R H. O. A. E. Grams, cf. Dawson, p. Bowers. 1 b. Cooper. If. . Lewis, rf Garrett, c. . 5 4 S 4 4 5 5 5 4 3 0 4 I 0 13 1 0 5 Gave* TwtigM (McCurdy Fiel* Middletown at Brunswick Damascus at Creagerstowa Games Swiay Lovettsville at Buckeystown Walkersville at Damascus Brunswick at Creagerstown Doubs at Middletown | Standing Of The T ! w. · Damascus 11 Blue Ridge Summit Downs Thurmont Nine 2 3 0 ; Midcletown . 0 ' Brunswick 0 ' Lovertsville . 0 , Walkersville 0 | Doubs 0 i Creagerstown | Buckeysiown S 6 7 5 ...... 4 2 1 L, 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 With only a brief report trickling out of P*nn*ylvania, Blue Ridge Summit wa» credited with a 5-4 victory ever viaiting Thurmont, after ten-inning* of Frederick County Baseball League play there. Saturday afternoon. In other games of the loop. Woodsboro took a 5-3 decision over home-club Mt Airy and Damascus at home lowered the boom, 7-5, on visiting Middletown. Damascus had to come from behind to win on her home diamond. Trailing a 5-3 count from the fourth stanza on; Damascus scored twice in the seventh and two p ct ' more in the eighth to cop the con- 017 ! test in a garrison finish which 'shutout the Valleyites. MiMletown AB. R. H. O Brandenburg, cf 5 D. Remsberg, c 4 Keller, p 4 Horine. 2b _.. 3 Ltihn. 1 In innings: Easton. 0 in 6 innings. Umpires Warrenfeltz and Pfeiffer. Scorer--Haney. Time 1:45. 728 .600 .583 .455 .364 .200 .099: iStrobel. rf 19 3 41 14 18 27 ·batted for Mentzer in 9th. Score by Innings Lovettsville 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 Brunswick 1 6 0 2 « 1 0 0 x--14 Heart Md. League I Sunday's Keanlta · Broad Run. 7; Myersville. 1 j Picketfs Cor.. 8; Florence. 3 1-- 8: Thurmont. 16: Mt. Airy. 15 Other game not reported . . . . . i Summarv: Left on b a s e s-- .even inrungs^ the two clubs bat- Brunswick /6; Lovettsville. 6. Two-! with Walkersvme pressing base hlts _ Dlxon . 2 . Grams. Lewis. ' Day _ t the back end of a bare 2-1 s t o!^ h=»c«:_T F~.. t»o»t, r«._ Thurmont at from the count. Damascus Williams. 3b-c AB R H. O A. 6 2 3 7 1 R. Burdette, cf-ss. 5 Luhn. rf. 4 Cline, ss-cf. . . 5 Johnson. It . 3 G. Watkins. If. 2 Seaseney, 2b. . 6 King. Ib. 4 H. Burdette, Ib. 0 Hines, c-3b. . . 4 Burner, p 5 Moxley, rl 1 Stolen bases--L. Frye. Potts. Foster. Mentzer. Cooper. Anders, j Grams. 2. Fleminr 2. Double; plays--Deeaer to An£*:s to Bow- i ers. Base on balls--Off Dawson. 5 ; Frye. 2. Struck out--By Dawson. ' Games Next Sunday Broad Run Picketfs Cor., at New Windsor j Shaffer, 3b .... ' Shank, ss _ ' Ahalt. If ISheffler. Ib . i Totals ] Damascus Murray. 3b . « R Burdette. cf (Williams, ss , Luhn, ri-p , Senseney. 2b A. E. 2 0 0 2 1 1 4 2 0 3 2 0 Frederick County League Saturday's KcMlU ·B. R. Summit, 5; Thurmont, 4 Woodsboro, 5; Mt. Airy. 3 Damascus. 1; Middletown, S ] Taneytown-Union Bridge, unre- ; ported. i *10 inniiigs j Games Next Saturday j B. R. Summit at Woodsboro I Mt- Airy at Taneytown S Union Bridge at Middletown I Damascus at Thurmont Pct. ; .857 : .800 .625 .571 ' .571 : .333 ' .200 ! BISHOP IS SUED Baltimore. July · ·(*--Biihop Monroe H. Davis of the . mmrttm · Methodist Episcopal church was! sued today for $5,235 by a Baltimore attorney. The suit contended the clergyman owes, him that amount as a fee for representing him at the trial of several criminal charges. NOAH E. CRAMER It SON STEWART HOBBS BRO Espotdbs CITY HOMES TOR Six room modern brick re*idence. No. 3 West Seventh Street. Priced for a quick sale. Eight room brick dwelling, oil heat, bath. West Third Street. Immediate ymminon. owner g-h«ngT»y residence. Modern residence, six rooms, oil heat, h a r d w o o d floors Garage. Grounds landscape. Trith lovely shrubbery and trees. Owner leaving city. Early poMeacoa. Western «ec- UODL Tor further particular*, apply: XOAH E. CRAMER «c SON Realtors lit J». Court St. Frederick. Md!U ! PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Toor Beat Zatate JJWta*§ Are i ·eal btate HOBBS BBOWH IS North Court St. Fboae 14 G. H. MERCKR it SONS 4 room modem bungalow, aeat. immediate possession. 6 room modern brick dwelling Military Soed. hardwood *oor7ce basement laundry tube, steam with stoker, garage, extra lot 50 ft frontage. $13,500. i 6 room modern dwelling. Til ;PoU22ae St.. Brunswick. Md. Standings Of The Teuns I Damascus j B- R. Summit j Middletown . ! Thurmont . . ! Woodsboro ... j Taneytown | Union Bridge FOR yocit BKTWOl REPAK WOWC ·Ad HOUSE WKUNC SEE HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 1M1 Could Yea CM $50.00 -- S1SO-00 -- S23O.OO or ciore la cash to help meet the expean* which j tamaiiy ante at tais Hm* of yeart ', U to. w* cordiall* lov-;t« you to a*- i cept t*»i« invitation to caD oc us. for | the money you need. 6 room modern brick dwelling, h. I Soori. oii heat, cement basement. mediate pooeccion. 33 acres along macadam road 4 : west of Frederick improved wit room ciwe!iiK(. GHAYSON H. MERCER SONJ Real Estate T .«»»»»» tsju Castle Bldg. Phone 15 0 0 Florence at Myersville Standing Of The Team* 1 0 5: Frye. 3 Passed halls--Garrett. Totals . Doub* C Carey, cf. R. Cook. Ib. Specht. ...... 45 12 20 27 7 3 AB. R. H. O. A. E H. Carey. c-3b-p. 3 Willard. p. . Dutrow, c. . Davis, ss. Kolb. 3b-p-3b. A. Cook. 2b. . Shook, If. Harris. If. .... Woods, rf. ,,. Totals 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 4 At 1 0 0 .39 3 11 27 14 3 Score By Innings Damascus 4 . 2 0 0 0 4 1 1 0--12 Doubs 0 . 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-- 3 Summary: Left on bases--Damascus. 12; Doubs, 9 Two-base hits --Williams, King. Specht Three- base hits--R. Burdette. R. Cook. Burner. Sacrifice hits--Luhn. Stolen bases--Burner. Cline. Williams. 2: R. Burdette. 2: Willard. Double plays--Davis to A. Cook to R. Cook. Base on balls--Off Burner. 0: Willard. 4: Kolb. 1. Struck out--By Burner. 13: Willard. 5: H. Broad Run ; New Windsor Blyersviile Airy Hit by pitcher--Foster by Dawson. Dixon by Frye. Wild pitches-Dawson. L. Frye Losing pitcher · P! , ,.. --A m b r o s e. Winning pitcher - ' S Dawson. Hits--off Ambrose. 9 in '· 1 5 3 innings. Hits--Off L. Frye. 9 · in 6=a innings Umpire--Shook. : Time--2-10. Scorer--H. Foreback. ' Cor. ' W. 6 5 6 5 4 2 1 1 L. 1 1 2 4 4 4 5 5 R. Watkins. Ib Gartrell. If Johnson, rf .... Hines. c .Easton. p 83 ^ ; Duvall, If .34 5 10 24 12 5 AB. R. H. O. A. E. 5 2 2 1 4 2 3 1 . 5 1 2 3 - 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 . 4 0 2 14 3 C 0 0 . . . 1 0 0 0 . . . 4 1 1 4 . . 3 1 1 0 .750 ! 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 Totals .167 .167 Added Test For Races At Williams Grove Williams Grove Pa.. July 6-Drivers and cars will face an add- · CAUSES FOR SUICIDE i Hollywood. July 6 JP--Unhap- jpiness in love and financial instability were ascribed by friends of Carole Land's tonight as motivating forces in her suicide. Her sudden death, which Del. Capt. Emmett Jones »id wa. "de^ I l«!f- . . . . 35 7 11 27 14 2 Score By Innings Middletown 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0--5 Damascus 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 x--7 Summary: Left on bases--Middletown. 6; Damascus. 8. Two- base hits--Shaffer. Three-base hits--R. Burdette. R. Watkins. Sacrifice hits--R. Burdette. Duvall, Luhn. D- Remsberg. Stolen bases-Shaffer. Sheffler, Keller. Murray. Base on balls--off Easton, 2: Kel- ed test in the AAA sanctioned big finitely a suicide." was a shock to j ?* ston ' 4: Ke "f r - 2: Luhn - °- _ _ . _ . . . . ~ . -- . ' * » _ » * . -^ ~ .. i r\v T\»f/*ni»ir Qr» ·»#?**- Vt^.r I?' car auto races on Sunday. July 11. j Hollywood, half-mile William* Clrnv* ; and actrex* Lawn Furniture Soutn Market St. Hit «» .-- .._« V1 , _,_.,,,..,. _ U iy it , j--.j~ v ^. Many other actors! by P iicher --Shaffer by Easton. on the half-mile Williams Grove j and actresses have taken their lives Losin * pitcher--Keller. Hits--off Speedway. j because of unhappiness and fi- · '· Roy Richwine. oxvner of the j nancial reverses. speedway announced that the fea- · ture race on Sunday will be for \ 50 laps instead of the usual 30 laps. I Twenty additional laps of racing · will provide a gruelling test for ! both the endurance and stamina of drivers and cars. However. AAA National Champ- ] ion Ted Horn, of Paterson. N. J.. ' was undaunted by news of the longer feature race. "A 50-Iap race will just mean an extra 20 to run." Horn said. "A driver and car in good condition can make 25-mile grind as well as the 15-mile race provided there is no mechanical trouble develops It's just going to take a little more time--that's all." FEMALE COMPLAINTS Ar« you troubled by dl«tr«»« of r«m»I« functional periodic disturbances? Doe* thU m*k* you cuffer from p»ln. f*rt so n«rcou*, tired-at *uch tlmec? Then BO try Lydia. I. Plukhtm'* Vtcetabl* Compound to reliCTe »xieh symptom*. Plnkham's hu a, grand toothing effect-on one of iffontan'j mott important organ*/ Hotpoint Appliances Hotpoint Electric Ranges Hotpoint Automatic Dishwashers Hotpoint Automatic Hot Water Heaters Hotpoint Home Freezers and Refrigerators Hotpoint Washers and Ironers COME IN AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION HOME OWJTED MELVIN M. ENGLE ROMK OPERATED Back of Post Office Charter No. 13747 BUDGET TERMS Phone 80 Frederick, MdU Reserve District No. 5 Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware Doll's Jewelry Store 9 SOUTH MAKKET ST. FREDEKICIC. MO. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Frederick County National Bank OF FREDERICK. IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OX JUNE 30, 1948. Published in response? to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211. U. S. Revised Statutes. . . - . - . L _ _ _ . j_ .. - - ASSETS Cash, balances -with other banks, including reserx-e balance, and cash items in process of collection S 812.313.69 . United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed . . 2.659.093.12 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 80.886.00 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 290.206.19 Corporate stocks (including S6.750.00 stock- of Federal Reserve bank) _ 6.750.00 Loans and discounts (including S22 overdrafts^ . . 603.074.30 Bank premises owned . 49.000.00 Real estate owned other than bank premises 1.00 Other assets . 3S2.79 Total Assets $4,501,712.09 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations S1.S73.8S3.99 Tune deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,124,350.69 Deposits of United States Government including postal savings^ 344 20 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 148.390.91 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc 1 1 010 57 TOTAL DEPOSITS S4.147.9SO 36 Oilier liabilities 92.35 TOTAL LABILITIES ...... S4.14S.072.71 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Cosision stock..total par S100.000.00 ............................... S 100.000.00 Surplus ..... _ ......... ------ ................................. 125.000.00 undivided proats ........ --------- ........... _ .................. S9 595 61 Reserves . ...................... _ .................................... 39,043:77 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . S 353.6S9.38 Total Liabilities and Capital Accts. $4,501,712.09 Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for ether purposes ------------------- ....................... ..... $ 150.000 00 State of Maryland, County of Frederick, ss: I, Glenn E. Biehl, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemniy swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. GLEXN E. BIEHL. Cashier Sworn to * nd subscribed before me this 6th day of July, 1948. W. MEREDITH S. YOUNG, Notary Public Correct-- Attest: L. HOMER MILLER. ARTHUR V. MYERS, J. W. L. CARTY, Directors MZMBE* FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION REPORT OF CONDITION OF TheFredericktown Savings Institution OF FREDERICK, IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1948. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection S1.2S3.091.60 United States Government obligations, direct and piar- anteed . . ' . 5,444,600.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions - 48.000.00 Other bonds, notes, and debentures . 70,000.00 Loans and discounts (includings $33.11 overdrafts) ... 1.753.256.51 Bank premises owned. i.oo Real estate owned other than, bank premises 1.00 Other assets . 62,771.57 Total Assets .- $8,641,721.68 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations S3.083.7S7.50 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . 4.495,892.46 Deposits of United Stater Government (including postal savings) . 101,207.03 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 118.238.61 Deposits of banks . . 12.510.18 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.^ 8.072 39 TOTAL DEPOSITS S7.819.708.17 Other liabilities ." . . . . " 52.013.51 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) S7.871.721.6S CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital* Surplus Undivided profits Reserves ?and retirement account for preferred capital) . $ 150.000.00 500.000.00 .. 100.000.00 20.000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 770.000.00 Total Liabilities and Capital Accts. $8,641,721.68 ·This bank's capital consists of cormr.on stock with total par value of S150.000.00 represented by Weekly Deposits. MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes . $ ggg.ooo.OO I, HOWARD M. ALBAUGH. Treasurer of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, tc the best of my knowledge and belief. HOWARD M. ALBAUGH. Treasurer The Fredericktown Savings Institution Correct--Attest: CLYDE E. THOMAS. ALFRED G. ZIMMERMAN, HOLDEN S. FELTON. Directors State of Maryland, County of Frederick, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this sixth day of July 1948. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. GLENN E. BEEHL, Notary Public My commission expires May 2nd, 1949 MEMBER FEDE«AL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION fn\'E--WE CALL IT Tnli superlative brick home will take your eye from any anile. Located on bit corner lot, beautiful both front and rear with valuable boxwood and other well-arranged shrubbery. Built when the qualities were the finest and the best was demanded. Features Include streamlined kitchen with cabinet pantry and brkft. nook, powder rm., sun parlor, 7 very large rnu_, study with French doors, every one of the 4 bedrooms has tarce closet spice- Of course, it has all the fine features such as F. O. heat. H. W. floors, insulation, fitted screens, etc., to make for comfortable living. Arrangements for financing. N E D S. Z E I L E R 102 North Court St. Frederick, Md. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE PEOPLES rtXAXC* CO. 11 North Court St (A bom* *"»«" Loas Ca.i DAVID O. GRIFFIK WINDSTORM INSURANCE With its terrifying stre DELBERT S. NULL . _ i tornado or violent windstorm can demolish your property in a single ripping twist or howling rush. You can't stop the wind--but you can obtain low-cost protection against its disastrous effects. Ask us about it today. DELBERT S. NULL Desirable city t« wellint S room* i bate, hardwood floors, steam Pose. 30 days. East Church St. . Comer building lot 9ta sSt. Price Sl.700. DELBERT S. NULL DAVID O. GRIFFIN -. JKSURAKCE ! 27 X. Court St. Phone 800 i Auctioneer Real E*tate Insurance j26 W. Patrick St. Phone l| HAROLD U. FRUSHOUR Do cot beiitate to consult this of- Bre on Fire. Automobile. Compensation or «ny other Insurance matters HAROLD O FRUSHOUK 20 West Patrick St. Phone 1155 Frederick. Md. P. B. ROOP HUBERT P. BURDI I 212 acres near Mt. Airy. 7 ! frame dwelling with bath. e!ec, w«f system, furnace. converted d , barn with 13 stanchions, granarv j other outbldgs. Early poss. *16.000; ! S roosa frame dwelling on st highway with l"~ acres of land, . water system, bath, furnace, a saov, house in good location. 35 miles f« Baltimore. 12 from Frederick. Immefl iate possession. S7.90O. H- P. BURDETTE : SOX. Mt. Airy. Md. Ph. 123 _ 157 acre farm below Covers Comer. 6 mi. from Mt. Airy on county road. 3 room frame house, electric, large bank bam. partly modem for shipping milk, and other buildings in fair repair. 15 acres timber (seme oak for sawing). 30 meadow and permanent ' pasture. BaJL tillable. Only S7.500. Poss. i on on " MURRAY C. BOHN PUBLIC SALE VERY FINE ANTIQUE FURNITURE, GLASS, CHINA, ETC. I will sell at ray nome located Southeast of Middletown off Route 40 along Locust Valley Road from Hfiddletown on THURSDAY, JULY 8,1948 AT 11:00 A. M., TO-WTT: Cherry bedroom suite, bed, dressing bureau, washstand. 4 cane seat chairs, cherry chest of drawers, -walnut chest of drawers, cherry marble top stand, walnut marble top washstand, cherry writing desk with book case, bird's eye maple back, cherry spool chest, cherry drop leaf table, 4 walnut hard-bottom chairs, 4 cane seat chairs, walnut reindeer bracket, large walnut rocker, clothes trees hi hard -wood, -wall brackets. Following are modern pieces--walnut rocker, oak washstand, small table, single iron bed with springs. 2 high back oak cane seat chairs. Glass and China--Z large figures, lamps, lamp stands, old goblets, gold lustre pitcher, ironstone china, milk glass china, mustache cups and saucers, flowered and hand-painted plates, cnt glass vases, china teapots, gold band china, and many items not mentioned, all in good condition. TERMS--Cash. MRS. ELEANORR. GERRICH, MiddletoTvn, Md. EMSEERT R. BOWL-US, Auctioneer OSCAR SPONSELLER, Clerk Phone 86-J New Windsor. Md. | RALPH W. BOYER i ^ f Modern brick dwelling: on Military i Road. Close to entrance to ' Camp ! Derrick and near city bus. 5 rooms and bath first floor. 3 rooms and bath i apt. 2nd floor with private entrance. Annual income from apt. $600. A new. privately built home and good investment- Apartment houses on W. Pat. St, S. Market St and E. 2nd Street Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings, well located. RALPH W. BOYER BOYES INSURANCE- AGENCY ^Frederick Representative For Murray C- Sohn 155-A, 9-room brick house, ele water system, modernized bank cups. in fair repair, mostlv metai roof." _ very productive, tractor farmed. Po,. this fall. 3 miles from Union Bridf I !i mile mostlv stoned drive to Std road. Quick sale. S16.50O. 53-A. 6-room frame house ele well water at house and barn. . cistern at barn, all bldgs. in fair pair. Betal roof, some woodland, gc. meadow. 2nd grade dairy. 12 A. wbe,_ 8-9 A com. 2 A sweet com. 14 A. go*J grass for hay. 2 A. tomatoes, all a for S7.3QO owing to bad health ., will give immediate poss. to hand crops, house later in summer. No. 1 N. Court St Tele- 2214 NOTICES ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the sub- the Or- County scriber has obtained from phans Court of rredericlc m Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of VTHGCflA. H. TURNER late ot Freclericjs County, aiaryland. deceased. All persons having riaim* against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legal!? authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 17th day of January, 1949 next they may otherwise Dy law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment Given under my hand this 15th day of June. 1948. DAVID E. KANODE. Administrator Holden S. Felton, Attorney. dJe 16.23.30-Jy 7,1* Charter No. 1267 Reserve District No. 5 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FARMERS MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK OF FREDERICK, IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30. 1948. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211. U. S.' Revised Statutes. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collections Sl.943,477.11 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed . . ,, . 6.434.500.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ... 507,273.56 Other bonds, notes and debentures 1,114,853.12 Corporate stocks (including 524,750.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank^ . . . 24.750.00 Loans and discounts 'including $163.09 overdrafts) 3.031.165.14 Bank premises owned .- 10,000.00 Other assets 258.90 Total Assets $13,066,277.83 LABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations S4.7S1.261.39 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . 6,431,285.37 Deposits of United States Government tincluding postal savings'* 109.132.45 Deposits of States and political subdix^sions. 404,809.77 Deposits of banks .. 234.254.76 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc N - 58.71i.61 TOTAL DEPOSITS S12.019.455.35 Other liabilities . 58.944.89 TOTAL LLVBILITiES S12.078.400.24 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock, total par S125.000 00 _ S 125.000.00 Surplus 700.000.00 Undivided profits _ 107,721.23 Reserves 55.156^36 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS S 987,877.59 Total Liabilities and Capital Accts. $13,066,277.83 MEMOHAXDUM Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes S 920.000.00 State of Maryland, County of Frederick, ss: I, N Wilson Schley. cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of ray knowledge and belief. N WILSON SCHLEY. Cashier Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd dav of Julv 1948. WM. R SLEMMER. Notary Public Correct--Attest: WILLIAM B. BENNETT, KENT C. NICODEMUS, · ROBERT B. CROTHERS. Directors MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION EXECUTOR'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans " Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate cf ABDTE V. HABEHKORN late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers t thereof. legally authenticated, to the } subscriber, on or before the 17th day I of January, 1949 next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment, i Given tinder my hand this loth i day of June. 1943. ! PARSONS NEWMAN. i Executor. i Parsons Newman. Attorney. j dJe 16.23.30-Jy 7.14 j EXECUTOR'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans Court of t rederick County, in Maryland, letters Testamentary on . the estate of I EUNICE ,3.1. SCHMTTT i late of Frederick County. Maryland. i deceased. All persons having claims ! against the deceases are warned to j exhibit the same, with the vouchers ] thereof, legally authenticated, to the ; subscriber, on or before the 24th day ' of January. 1949 nest they may i otherrsTse oy law DC excluded from all 1 benefit of said estate. Those indebted j to the deceased are desired to make ; immediate payment i Given under my hand this 22nd day .of June. 1948. | JOSEPH H- SCHMTTT. MURRAY C.-BOHN Real Estate Phone Union Bridee. Md_ S-J R. L. ZENTZ Very good little property handy ,, bon at Thurmont- Full cement b: ment. nice porches, large combinan" kitchen-dining rm.. kitchenette paritt- living rm. 2nd floor has 2 nic« bei rms.. bath and hallway. Good »ttjr| Elec.. city water, storm sash. GeraJ poultry house, large lot. nice lawn. «*i den in addition to large truck pial Widow owner offers for quick sale " only S6.0GO. Early possession. R. Zentz, STROUT REALTY. Tane Md. Ph. I58-J. HOWARD A. GROSS FOR SALE s . fining station and store. «e' arate 9 room new modern bricfc di ' ling situated on main highway, miles from Frederick. Fine opportur; Jty for good tourist business- Eve thing new. Many other listings. For part:cu\ u HOWARD A. GROSS "Realtor" S Court St. Phone 877 Frederick. »fe-| HARRY E.*IOHLER 2 4-room modem bungalows. steaS beat. h. w. floors. Immediate pos. f= 8 room modem apartment bouse. i3 rooms and bath on each floor IUT.." fioors. steam heat, concrete baseci_ Quick pos. 16.1 6 room bricfc modern semi-b h. w. floors, garage, steam heat :-.! section 01 city, concrete basemet*^! 6 room brick house in good conel- I tion. bath and furnace. About 4 bloc3-.| from the center of town. Earlv pos. J If you -want to buy real estate or : * business consult rae. as I have saa~ r real good values. ^. HARRY E. MOHLER :Heal Estate h" 113'Zast Third Street Phone 2T;al| rt-l Execator. dJe 23.30-Jy. 7.1451 ADMDaSTHATOH'S XOT1CE This is to give notice that the sub- tcnber has obtained from tho Orphans J Court o! Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of CLAKENCE A. JOHKSTOX ' late o: Frederics County Maryland, deceased- All persons havfcg claims KEY CHEV. SALES. HEBE ASS SOME GOOD ITSED TSCCH3. ·a 1947 Ford 1_* ion stake truck. celleat condition throughout.: . . mileage. e l 1946 Ford l*' x ton chassis and cabnl Low mileage, good tires. ~ price. 1S40 Chevrolet cao-over-eugine truck. US ton. ~a-| 15" body, ideal for farm 1941 CMC panel y, ton. Perfect c ' dition 1935 Chevrolet 1's ton chassis cab. If you need a good truck t' a low price, this is it. ' 1935 Chevrolet school bus. SS-passerSit EOT. body and condition. chassis in Cocrlyl Let Sey Care For Your Car- enl · agaiast the deceased are warned to ___ .. fin: exhibit the same, with the voachers i KEY CHEVROLET SALES, DfCTl thereof, legally authenticated, to the * , subscriber, on or before the 24ta day j 01 January. 1949 next; they may i 106 East Patrick St otherwise oy law te excladed from all j . i benefit of i tat Ths i n b t e d i Phone' M. D. HARP AGENCY benefit of said estate Those indebted I to the deceased are desired to make ; immediate oayrnent . .,,. · Given tmder my hand this 22nd day ' *--_·- of June. 1948 = rm. Strictly mdm. N. W. Sectioi 161 ^ EDWARD C. JOHNSTON. H-W. 3. iile bath, full concrete ceJ-- Administrator Jar - laundry tubs. G. I. App. Earl Richard E Zimmerman. Attcrnev. j poss- ~f s dJe 23.3O-Jy 7.I4.2I j s rm. mdrn. Brick dwell. 'Locate ' Ia easy access to stores. ORDER NISI ON AUDIT i exterior in fine, condition. Earl^ 1 NO. 13121 EQUITY j poss. Price S7.SOO.OO. *S- the Circuit Court for Frederick j 6 rm. modern single dwelling. N.U In County. Sitting in Equity. ! Section, hot air. fuel oil heating plan.pl " ~ 100x100 lot. Side and rear erTtraactT , May Term. 1948 j 100x100 lot. Side and rear entrance! i In the matter of the Auditor's Re- i Large living rm with fireplace. ~ port Sled the 29th day of June. 1948. I poss Price S13.500.00. Preston M. Rinehart (Farmers Me- j 8 rm. dwell, located 3 mi- fi t , chanics National Bank of Frederick, t Frederick. Suitable for 2 family ; Sub. Trustee) On Petuton, ; cupancy. i acre land. 200 ft. frontag,?^ ORDERED. That on the 15th day of oa Rt- 40. Ideal business location nil ' July. 1943. the Court will pro-! 17 acres--?-bedrooro mdrn dwen i ceed to act upon the Report ot the ! Img. fronting on State highway jus£j , Auditor. Sled as aforesaid in the i 5 miles from Frederick. Stoker heai?*~ I above cause, to finally ratifv and con- interior of home in beautiful I firm the same, unless cause to the " " j contrary thereof be shown before said , day; provided a copy of this order 1 be published in some newspaper pub- j lished in Frederick County, at least i seven days prior to said day. ! Dated 29th day of June, 1948. ELLIS C. WACHTJER. j Clerk of the Circuit Court I for Frederick Countv. Benjamin B. Rosenstock. Solicitor True Copy--Test, ELLIS C. WACHTER. Clerk 1 dJe 30-Jy 7 2 car garage, bam and all ootre- buildmgs in fine condition. Immec' A poss. Priced to sell -^ 2 four room dwellings located jus^" 3 miles from Frederick. Both ownerad- must move to other locations, properties, pnced for quick $3,100 and S2.0CO. M. D. HARP AGENCY Pjthian Castle Building ' Phone Gordon W Spurrier--Broker Howard S. Fink--Rep. SPAPFRf SPAPFRf

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