The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 7, 1948 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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Goithersburg Gaittenburg.--Mr. and Mrs. C. Gartner entertained ct Sunday following the chris- a* tneir little grandson. Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fort* Safldi*on. at the Grace Methodist church, with Rev. Robert B Holliday of Joilet. til,, officiating Jtev. and Mrs. Holliday. their children. Nina and Greg.: Mr. and Mrs. JT. Forte Sandisoa. of Washington: Kiss Francis Kolliday. of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. Rosabelle Stup, and Mr. and Mrs. Forte Saadison, .--Mrs. Vincent Beale is in Columbus. O.. with her infant daughter visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs. George Scholtz. Mr. Beale is joining his wife and will spend several weeks vacationing with the Schoitre* before returning to their home here. --Mr. and Mrs. Garnet R. Bare ?f Fulks Run. Va . with their children. Joy Ann and Jeanne, are spending the weekend ·» ith Mr and Mrs. Merlon Du\aU --Miss Patricia Duvall left for Barnstable. Mass, where she w i l i visit Mrs. Shirley Lovelle for several weeks. --Lee Manuel is leaving for San Antonio. Tex. where he will receive his basic training in the Arrcy Air Corps, having just enlisted. --Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith of Baltimore, are visiting with the former's brother snd sister-:r.-law Mr and Mrs David Smith, en Frederick avenue --Mr. and Mrs Robert C Straw formerly of Chevy Chase, have just purchased the home owned by Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and have moved into it. Guests for the week at the Straw home are Mrs. Harriet Straw, of Farrr.mgdale, N J , and Mrs W H. Ball, of Stod- dardsviUe. Pa. --Mr. and Mrs Byron Alimitt and sons. Harold and Tommy, and Mrs. Lulu Fraley are vacationing in Port Chester. N. Y. with Mrs Fraleys son-in-law and daughter Mr..and Mrs Allen Kinc --Mrs Nathan Allnutt returned to her home in Front Royal. Vj . after spending the winter and spring with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Darby, in Washington Grove. --Miss Linda Hancock, of Prosperity. S. C.. :s the guest for th- summer of Dr. and Mrs C. E Hawks in Rockvilie. --Mr. and Mrs Roscoe F. Walters have just returned to their home :n Rockvilie after a motor trip through Kentucky. They attended a family reunion at Lexington, visit *1 Mr. Walters" sifters. Mrs C L Thompson in Wiinior and Mrs D J. Thompson in Webbville. and visited Mrs. Herbert Martin in Shci- byville. --Miss Louisa Jenkins, of Rockville. left Wednesday for Camp Teela-Wooket. Roxbury. V t . wherr she will spend the summer --Miss Sybil Barr. of Washington. and her father. P J Barr. of London. England, are the guests of Mr and Mrs. Henry Dec!, of Rockcrcst Detour Detour.--The Keysville Lutheran Missionary society met with * food attendance. Mrs. Charles Devilbiss had charge. The topic was about the African Mission field. Ti* society will endeavor *o fet Mirs Jessie Create to speak at a specially called meeting in July. MIES Jessie Cronk. who does mission work in India, is now ca furlough and is residing in Salem. Va. Miss Doris Wilhide is using a topic dealing with mission work in Liberia at the next meeting to be held July 13. --Mrs. Earl Snook, near Detour, was hostess to the Keysville-Detour Homemakers club on Tuesday evening, June 15. Miss Valise Shorbhad charge of the club music. Several tiehhtfu! vocal duels were given by Misjes Ramona and Thelma Snook. Mrs. Clara Harner and Miss Lulu Bireiy gave the demonstration on ' Costume ihps" Mrs Gilbert Stme presided over the business meeting Plans were made for the "Family and Friends Party." to be held on Friday evening Aug 6. at the home of Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Stme Mrs Stint- appointed the follow ins committees-. Demonstration of Q'J-ck Mixes--Mr« Robert Stine. Mr= Edward Coihun, Mrs. CsrroH Valentine Games--Mrs. Earl Snook and Mr Jawes Coshun: entertainment committee--M r s . Miles Xe:dJE Mr-; Harold Thomas. Mrs. Cas roll Wilhjde. Refreshments. M i ? Clara Harner. Mr* Melvin Bos::an. Mr.-:. Arthur Ciabaugh Invitations. Mrs C. E Priest. Miss Mae Clabauch: Transportation of chairs and benches, LaVern Keil- ho!t? Nineteen members were present Mrs Arthur CUbaugh's name v. as added to thr roil. Games were conducted by Thelma Snook after the business meeting The hoste-5 served refreshment? --Recent visitors of Mrs Bertha Dorscy were Mr. and Mrs E. L. Karner. Mr and Mrs. Frank Harner and daughter, Baltimore, abo Mr. and Mrs Walter Dorsey and daughter Joyce. Westminster. --.Mrs C W. Cover spent Tuesday in Baltimore when *hc attended the funeral of John Liddell --Miss Thelma Austin is visiting -.vith her husband and si=ter. the former Fay Austin, in Detroit. Mich --A number of airl* and boys from here and Kosvillc have attended the Bible school held at the different churches in Union Bridge. --Mrs. Earl Snook was hostess to the Keysvilte-Dclour Homcmakr,- Club last Tuesday evening. Tne demonstration on "Good Suying of Slips" was civcr. by Mrs. Harner and Miss Lulu Purely. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Snook. An evening of entertainment will be held sometime in August at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stine. near Keysville. and the next regular meeting will be in September at the home of Mrs. Priest near Detour --Miss Dorothy Bushey. near Berrctt. i; spending some tim- with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs D. B Rcifsnidcr. ·*··» d«atoltfitt4 iftd part of the roof blown off the kitchen. Several tr*es were blown over. --Th« Children's Day services in the Boyds church were well attended. The following Sunday, June 27. a jdint Children's Day entertainment wa$ held at Boyds church by the C. E Union of this county, consisting of recitations, choruses, songs and exercises by members of I the three churches represented, the jNe-lsville Presbyterian. Hyatts- jtown Christian and the Boyds church. Other joint meetings were planned, the first to be held at the Hyattstown Christian church on July 18. at 8 p. m. --Little Miss Mary lxu Kerr, of Damascus, spent several days at the } home of her grandparents. Rev and s Mrs. J P. Kerr I --Miss Peggy Burkett. of near , Seneca, spent a week visiting with friends and relatives in Bods re- 1 cently. i --Mr. Kenneth HeisJer Sr. ar'. rived in Washington by air, after a ' t w o week's business tr:p to she ; west coa't. He vi as met a* the j airport by Mrs Heisler and their ' children --On Sunday. June 20. a surprise J Father's Day dinner was given to 'Mr. J Thomas Nicholson at his 'home here, by his daughters and "daughters-in-law Tho«e present , were Mr. and Mrs. James Burch. of Dsckerson. Mrs. Norman Belli! son. son Bobby and Mrs Hattie Bel! lison. ai! of Monrovia. Mr and Mrs ' Melvin Nicholson and daughter ' Bonnie, of Travilah: Mr. Samuel 'Nicholson and Mrs. Thelma Burns. ]of Rockvilie Mr. and Mrs Stanley : Nicholson. Sellman: Msis Mildred , Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald - Nicholson and daughters Judy and j Donna and Mrs. 3 T. Nicholson, all !of Boyd^. | --Mr. and Mrs Robert Williams 'spent th** weekend at their cottage i at Norlh Beach, returning Sunday night. Mrs Sarah C. Williams May- .ed at the home of her daughter. JMrs. B. N. Headley. in Rockvilie. i --The Women's Missionary Society of Boyds church met at the i home of Mrs. Harry Unglesbee in jGermantown on June 24. After I the meeting, the hostess served 'delicious refreshments and the !a- jdies presented Mrs. Unglesbee with ;a beautiful hostess tray for her i new home. d»ujht«r, June. Mr* Annie Csmph- er of PaeonUn Springs. Also Mrs Carrie Rust, Mrs. Helen Temple. Jimmi* Temple and friend. Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Shulf. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Rust and friend, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Holland and children. Mr. and Mr?. Charles Hefflin and children. Those of the immediate family I unable to attend were, Mrs. Wilbur J Sharp of Marl-aton. W Va.. Mr. : Louis Cooper of Kansas City, Mo.. : and Mr. Edgar Cooper of Texai. Court News : fruity Clara A, Hsrner vs J Donald Harner. bill of complaint for an absolute divorce. , Property Deeded Howard Marvin Jones, et a!, to Abner Whitmore, et al. trustees, county. S10 Lula V. Karn to Clement D Orye . and wife, county. $10 S Floyd H. Schildtknecht. et al. to · Ruseil U Main, et a!, county, $570 , Minnie R Martz. et al. to Doris Petrott. city. $10. Doris Petfott to Minnie R Martz. et al. cjty, $10 · William S Easic an«i w i f e to Janney Frank Sapp and wife, couniy. $50 : Esther H. Connolly to Robert A. Kiefer ?nd wife, couniy SSO i Hayes L Metz and v. sfe to Giirner Tobias Castle and wife, county. $10 M»Triage License* Earliton Butler. 25 colored, and Dorothy M. Hove. 23. colored, both of Libei tytow n Charle« A L Walters. 27 711 , North Market Street, and Gloria \ May Wright. 19. 153 B. Q. · avenue, this city James L Tritapo*. IS. Knoxville. 'and Audrey D. Stream 16. Lov[ cttsviile- Va Edgar Leon Freed. 24 and Garnet ) Pauline Newcomer. 26. Spring Cily Pa , Paul F. Wise. 25. and Martha C Kerper. In both of Somerset. Pa j Clyde W. O'/c'.-c/!. 21. and Anna ; Mac Seabold. 20 both of Lebanon. |Pa ! Lc» A. Ri-gcl. 24 Gratz. Pa . 1 and Miriam R. Schade. 23. Sacra- · mento. Pa. ; William R. Balferrxee. Jr. 42 j divorced. Huntington. W. Va.. and Sarah E Shank. 41. New Cumberland, Pa. James W. Thomas, 18. and Dorothy May Putman. 17. both of Lincoln. Va Charles W. Shearer. 23. and Stella E. Paulus. 21, both of Carlisle, Pa Francis L Welch. 21 and Xorma J. Hoffman. 21, both of Charles Town, W. Va. Bernard A Hale 21. Lander, and Joyce Lee Poffmberger 17. Mid- dlcfovin Route 2. Albert R Burdett. 24 Hagers- toivn. and Anna Lee Holder, 22, Gapland Mark R Rehriz 22. Ashfield. Pa . and Mildred C. Kershner, 21. Andreas Pa NEW MARKET W. S. C. S. Mrs A J Zimmerman was hostess to the New Market W. S. C. S. of the Methodist cburch on Thursday. July 3. The president Mrs. Harry Turner, presided and led the devotional service. Her subject was. 'Restorer of Paths." Call to worship was followed b silent prayer, closing with prayer in un:sor: for those whose way of life has been torn asunder. The hymn was followed by the Scripture lesson and meditation by Mr* Emory Purdum Mrs. Merhle Lease had charge of the remainder of the program. Mrs. K. D. «av« a talk on the Church in Poland. She told now they arc rebuilding both ipiritually and materially, j:oing throi 't many hardships to do so. Bishop Carber says that Warsaw was the -vorst devastated city of modern tiirei that he had seen in all of his travels. The program closed with the benediction'. , A business session followed. A t report was given on the covered Idish supper. The next meeting wul '· be held on August 5, at the home j of Mrs. Harry Turner. This will be · of a social nature. I _ ;CLASS XEETS · The "E v e r f a i t h f u 1 Sundav j School Class." of St. Mark's Lutb: eran church, Doubs. held its June ! meeting at the home of Mrs Rus' fell Castle with eleven members and four Visitors present. The meeting was opened with the class ; verse. Hymn. Scripture reading and prayer by the vice president. David Speeht; reading. Mrs. Roy Baker: piano solo. Mrs. Castle; reading. Miss Jcsephine DeLauter: solo. Gary Speeht: reading, Mrs. Raybu Speeht: reading, Mrs. James Titus: reading. Mrs. Thomas Brown. After the business meet- · ing a Bible quiz was conducted by {Mrs Castle and the meeting was i closed with the use of the class | hymn. "Blest Be The Tie That ' Binds." Refreshments were serv- ,ed. The following evening twelve , members of the class visited at the I home of Mrs. Raymond Basford, another member of the class, who j has been ill for the past eight ' months. Mrs. Basford was presented with a "Welcome Home Gift." The next meeting will be held at her home July ~ ?t 7:30. More than hall of Brltiih me*. chant ship tonnange was left during World .War 1L NORGE Refrigerators 10 Ca. Ft. Size ·MGHT WATCH" DEF*OSTUI --defrosts automatically 32 Lbs. Frozea Food Storage Great fires sometimes create clouds and enough rain to extinguish themselves. Rom where I sit... Joe Marsk Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting CARTER L. REID Thone Braddock Hgts. 6271 Top Soil and Flagstones BLl'E RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY Stones for Roads and Driveways ALSO FILL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern. Phone 16U-J Dump Trucks for Hire HOTEL CHANGES HANDS Harpers Ferry. W. Va . July 6-Hilltop Hotel, overlooking the confluence of the Potomac and Shcn- andoah Rivers, which has changed hands a number of times within recent years, has been sold asam. Purchase of the property by C A. Kiggins. Jr. of Str idard. N. H . from Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford B Thompson, was disclosed jcstcr- dsy. Terms nf the transaction were not made public. Boyds Boyds.--The rsin and ^ ind storm | of la-:t week caused considerable i damage in and around Boyds. An ] old tree in the yard of Smith Hoyle ' fell over the telephone wires and | service v. as cut off for most of two ! days At the Unglesbee farm near ' Old Gcrrnantown. a chicken house ! FAMILY REUNION j A reunion of the late Shcllman i Cooper family was held Sun|day June 27 at Braddock Heights. .'Ac 12:30 p. m. dinner was served. j furnished by the families. ! Those a.ttcndinc were Mr. and 1 Mrs. Charles Cooper of New Jersey. iMrs. Cora Wiard. Mr. and Mrs. j Earl Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Russell jFrye. Jimmie. Robert. Joyce and | Helen Louise Frye all of Lovetts- j ville. Mrs. Grayson Gumming: and i son Dickie, of Brunswick, Mr. and I Mrs. William Cumminss. Jr.. and j son Pat. of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Comphcr and Dottic Ann Compner of Martinsburj;. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Gavcr. Mr. and Mr«. Kenneth Gaver. Bobbie and Dickie Caver of Grecncastle. Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper. Miss Ruby j Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cooper. j Mr. and Mrs George Cooper. Mr. and Mr?. Charles Cocpcr and DANCE Don Rose Orchestra Colonial Rhythm Boys of Baltimore Featuring Piano-Solovox V. F. W. HOME Members and Guests TONITE 8-12 P. your Classified Telephone Directory- for Clubs Contractors Electric Appliances or almost anything elss Get Your FISHING LICENSE at Shipley's and let us show you our complete line OF FISHING TACKLE SHIPLEY'S Sport Store 103-105 N. Market St. HI-TEST SAFETY GLASS Sold and Installed WINDOW GLASS Sold and Installed GLAZING BY CONTRACT FLATE GLASS--POLISHED PLATE MIKROKS, GLASS TILE. for bath, kitchen or club-room THERMO-PAXE Glass Mirror Sales Service Rear 346 Park Ave. Phone 2393 A PENNY WON 1 ! EVEN PAY THE TAX ON A PACK OF CIGARETTES- QUALITY Markell Ford Phone 202 ^ ^ BUT FOR A PENNY REDDY KILOWATT Will RUN YOUR RADIO FOR THREE FULL HOURS/ THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. Will's Hospitality Isn't "Cracked"I Erer «inc« January, Will Dudley planned to gire'his living room that "new look"--planned to carefully refinuh the woodwork and replajter th* walls. Every time Wiy got out tie putty to ttart filling in the cracks, a neighbor stopped by to pass the time of day -- and first thing you kn«w. there was a group of us helping Will do the job up right. After Will called a halt to the evening's work, we'd tit around the fire en- joyins a friendly argument and a sparkling glasi of mellow beer. So Will's liring room doetn't look (ike it did at rear ago--but it's by far the moat "liTable" liring room I know; A place you can always drop in for good talk, good beer, and a warm welcome. From where I sit, 30 long as Will puts that atmosphere of hospitality and good fellowship ahead of everything else, we'll all be happy to help Will change tht laakt of his room any time ha wants. Copyright. 1948, United States Bracers Foundation JULY SPECIALS Gents Wrist Watches *, Were ?29.73 to 545 Vl 1NW $17.50 to S24.75 - 5-Picce Silver Service Was S60 NOW $30 Odd Pieces Silver Flatwear Were up to S4.00 -- NOW 50c to $2.00 $7.50 Aluminum Sandwich Trays, NOW S4.00 §1.50 Sheaffer Pencils, NOW 75c Up to S6.00 Earrings, NOW $2.40 S17.95-$12.25 Electric Clocks, NOW $12.95-$7.95 Clearance of Costume Pins and Necklaces "Gifts For Baby" -- values to $5.00--50c SEE OUR WINDOW McCLEERY'S JEWELRY STORE 48 NORTH MARKET STREET THE HOME OF "KING CUT" DIAMONDS The World's Most Brilliant Diamonds Charter No. 3476 Reserve District No. 5 REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Citizens National Bank OF FREDERICK. IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1918. Published in response to call mad* 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 collection $2.263.051.93 United States Government obligations, direct ana guaranteed . 6.130.196.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 103.000.00 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 237.271.85 Corporate stocks 'including $27,00000 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 27.080.00 Loans and discounts 'including $10.31 overdrafts'* 1.904.431.04 Book value bank premises owned 45.000.00 Other assets 62.12 Total Assets $10,765,092,94 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . S5.4S9.910.40 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 3.459.905.7S Deposits of United States Government . 90 847.44 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 532.522.40 Deposits of banks . 52.751-09 Other deposits certified and cashier's checks. etc.» 11.813.57 TOTAL DEPOSITS . S9.647.750.63 O!hcr liabilities 15.153 30 TOTAL LIABILITIES . SS.662.S03.PS CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock- c» Comraon slock, total par $100.000.00 __ S 100.000.00 Surplus . SOO.000.00 Undivided profits 121,761.47 Reserves 80.427.49 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . S1.102.1SS 95 Total Liabilities and Capital Accts. 510,765,092.94 MEMORANDUM Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 731.00000 State of Maryland. County of Frederick, ss: 1, W fiarizis Storm, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W BARTGIS STORM. Cashier Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of Julv, 1348. ERNEST HELFENSTEIN. JR. Notary Public Correct--Attest: PARSONS NEWMAN". ALDEN E. FISHER HOLMES D BAKER. Directors MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE STSTEM Norge Electric and Gas Ranges Xorge Washers -Xorge Hot AYater Heaters Storm Shipley THE BUSY CORSE* Market Second Stx. Phone 2f ( CASH in a H U R R Y ? Just Phone £ ! -^f j Furnish us ws:h a few""" : sin:p!e facts--tel! us how ' much to sec aside for you. ; The money most Hkely · will be ready for you by 55 [ the time it will take you 4! to reach our office. i S25.00 to $300.00 LINCOLN 108 W Patrick St. Phone 127» LEARN !BEAUTY CULTURE I and earn biff money '· Finest traininjr in all phases of Beauty Culture. Day or evening- classrs. dividual instruction. SPECIAL LOW RATES Small Enrollment Fee APPROVED FOR VETS tnd»r G. I. Bill of Xi;its NEW SUMMER CLASSES NOW FORMING j Approved for G. I. Traininj j For Information I Phone Frederick 47S-R Or Write i Frederick Beauty 1 School, Inc. 12 S. Market St., Fred'ick, Md Robert E. Lee Hotel Bid;. OH Fasion«4 Glade Valley BREAD NOW MADE FROM A GAY 9Q's RECIPE WITH . For Tastier Sandwiches At Your Grocers '·SFAFLRI Glade Valley-Garber Bakeries »- _ NEWSPAPER^] * i 3 i t f x. i a f

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