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December 22, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

Frederick, Maryland
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THE DAILY REW8, FBEDKftlCK. MD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1931. DAILY RADIO Business Matters Discussed At Meeting Here. FIELD DAY AUTHORIZED Tor :^e coairs year -srere mapped cut and rsatjers o' a bufiness savjre \rere c^sc^ssed at a special meet- Jrsg a^d dinner of tne c^ecurs cl the Maryland S:a"e Kols^^i Association at tae Hocel Frec^ncs Sa-urday evening J Homer R'^msoerg, president. Middle- toirn, pres.dec Ii ·sras deciced » hold aaother Field Day etiriss rj»xt jurcarer. *ae t:a» aisd oe dec.ded at a a»ee:aig of d-recrors !awr Tae s^eung last helc near Elicoct C:ty and ·j. TTSS an a^I-day event at^nded by a large n-jisiber of persons from all orer me s:a». As ^irerestjsg prograsa ol addresses and games -aas arranged It iras also cecjied to appropriate $150, cuvidec TM-o *-.e pr.res or S50, $40, S30. S20 and S10. *o J)e satiraec for worS ol co*jn:v crgan-za: :cs ~ tlie Afferent co'Jn:i«. The aiards »U1 te decided by the auaaber o: DO-EIS scored ra :ae varxjus contests along the 1-ne of pro- motms the Holster breed of cattle. The directors \o;ed to match the ap- proprat-on of the T-mom-im State Pair Association up to S^JOO for eshiits of Holsteui catCe a: the annual fair and to contr23'jte S3 to each boy exhibiting Holsieins Tne exn-b.t of Ho^te^i cat^e at the Sta^ Pa^r last year las large and K is Jelt tnat tne ac-.on o! the di- rertors ir^l be the means of increasing the n-^mber of entries WhiJe no action was *flfrer» K is expected ihat tne acruaZ rreet^sg of the assoe^t-on in May \s-ill a^scn be held In ths c:ty. Forteome years past the meeting ^ 9 -' c been held here -n connection ·snth :he annual cons^nnient sale of the Frederick Coun^v Ho^tem Association, Hojer Dade. near Lander, president. The county organization -srsH meet later and take actasn m holdjjg the ^r""'' 3 ' saZe ami tne state associa- "ion d-rectors ·stU foyers-- Tv::a a meeting and decide unon a. t-3ie and place for the annual meeting and banquet. The annual events bring together Te2- knoTm Holstem oirners and breeders from, all over the state and adjoining s-ates. The sales have been held at the Pair Groonos the day follovnng the aleetmg and banquet Tee directors, ai^ndins the meeting Saturday, -arere- Mr Bemsberg, Dr. A. T. BeE. Balt^nore; Paul M^ner, E!li- cott City; Joha F Joestmg, Vale, Harford county, Edsar C Dav^, Sykesraie; Balph and Grover Walker. Ga-tners- burg, James D King. Germaato-K-n; wr-- n m R Whiti^gham, Glencoe, Baltimore courty. Prof Howard C Barker, surjennxndent; of advanced reg^try, Extension Service Un.rersity of Maryland. and Henry R Shoemaker, cooniy agent. Tanevtown Dec. 22 -- George- Gait specs Tuesday m Baltimore the guest of his brother, Robert Gait. 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McKEXNET Scrr«tajnr American Bridfr Lt*fue Tnmg to put .n a cheap b.! »h«-a 'oo ol'ea proves \*ry rn- B.ih Mdes »cr " \ i i « i "he followin^ h^nd was rot urn a heart which South will trump 1 with the f.\e of clubs South trill then i cash his rood ace of diamonds and , then lead the deuce of diamonds West | plays the king and thru declarer dls- i cards his king of hearts, but East must ' still give South two club tricks Therefore North and South have de( feat*d the declarer's contract four ·r.cks doubled which !s 140C when \Tilnfr»b altoct'ber vx rsucb just for the sake of trying to pat :n a cheap bd , Insure Your Automobile HIGH GRADE POLICIES CONVENIENT TEBMS CLAIMS SETTLED PROMPTLT INSURANCE THAT INSURES LEWIS R. DERTZBAUGH Oi-- o- KE. -- IM -- «» k. 5 JO-- Rapt* s S,3O -- Sp-ifr 3: Jictsoc- Dsee Hoar 11 TO -- Sosgs Jesse Cra»Sor! 11 33-- De^s* Vallt* 4: Fs=k On. WJZ. NEW YORK-- SSS-- -«· k. 6 00 -- K-!;lng Js.ri.ur Pl»ro Dl« « 30-- Pr'k-as. Lo»fl! 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IVEAF 6 00 S 30 « 45-7 30. 7 4S-* JO. 9 00-11 15. 11 30-13 CO 8 JO -- Blo»e-3 Sports Feats. 10 00--ityers Quartet SI C*-- S5»t« St News. ?e»U Ora. WMAti CHIC tCO--1«--T» k. VTJZ S 00-9 JO 10 CO-10 li 11 3O-H 4S 7 00--St ppy. Frau . Beauty. Piano. 8 45-^Soots doeksiaker 9 45--Uetedlea 10 30--Bradley Amoa n Ady. Tttooaa 11 «i--l_-ci- O-s. UtSB; and WL. CHICAGO--Sii--S7» k. W.'Z 6 45-7 00. 7 IS-7 4i. 8 90-» 00. 11 3C-': ii WTAP « ^ 6 SO 7 45-8 Off. t 00-» JO. ZO K .'. \ II 1S-1 OO 11 00- »= - - \nl» 7 00--0' i -.-.j. Talk ktocea 9 10--Koc - «?a' Scac^ Orcii. Or WOO D*E\roKT and WHO. DLN MOIAC^--±*9^--1*00 k. IOI 1S»TOL1JE OJ-7 ». t J«-» X. 10 J9-11 OC; «!· k. . WHAS WEAK 11 :i COO-- XT2U S JO-- Pittl 4 Jerry; Bereries T 30-- MJSSC « 30-^Joy « Or 9 3O -- MelxSies. Chronic!** 11 CO -- AsoS'Andy 11 30 -- Back Homt.Or WTMJ. BUi.WAlE.EE -- «tl-- 6» k. WSAF 7 30 7 « S OS-19 90. 10 O9-11 0« T «i-- OrcbJ. PVatJ 11 co-- A27x» s Ai^iy Ora.: ctub KSTP. XPL*--ST PACL-- »»-«-- 1«4B k. WJZ 7 45 10 00 WKAF 8 10 11 30 4k1O-9- 4kA-K-J-6 V1O-9-7-4 0 8-5-4-3 *8 NdRfH 8-5 *- ni ¥J.6-5-2 S J 4K-J-6 *6-4 J -i I Doaler SOUTH 4k 7-4-3 VK-Q-8- 3 · 10 *A-J- 10-9-3 AQ-2 VA *A-Q-9-7-2 *K-Q-7-5-2 3«3 OMAHA 4S II 03 8«0 k. WEAF 7 OO-- \1-Un Feat . Or 11 00--Ambassadors KSD. ST LOt IS--S79.5--IM» k. WTEAF « 00-a 30. 9 OO-ll 30 8 3O--Draraa KMOX. ST. LOCIS--S75.I--169* k. WABC C 3»-« 4» 7 00-7 IS. 7 3O-9 OO 9 30-10 30. 11 OO-ll IS 1 15--Sports 9 OO--Variety 10 3O--Rouadcn; Hungarian Melodlw 11 IS--Flyers--Cowboy Son(s, Orcli.. Or I U F 6 ) Bowed In Prayer has returned home but it will be some tinie before he will be completely recovered. --The Christmas exercises will be hrid^in Trinity Lutheran church Thursday evening. Dee 24; in Grace Reformed churcn. Christmas evening, in the Presbyterian church. Wednesday even- , ing. Dec 23. and in the U B church. , t h c 1 uee " and Sunday evening. The Sxith ha\in? two ihe-card suits, botii bicdab^. ara the required - 1-J TKiS opewrd *!e sidiing one iian-onci. the h gher rank'Kg of ha two suns West pa»«i ajid North, i ! iho ass U5hv the or.e o'.er or.e." ! b^i a spade Ko\\ Ea^t hasn t a bad . lookjig 'isi'd but his ix.-!ne- has pass- , · ea a::d North ar.d Sou'h are both bid- I ciag but .t ii^as *urpr!t-£g to role that in the d-jpl.caie cor.tctst »here this jhai'd plaved se\era! pla\ers put ill i j a b:d of t«o c'ubs was prompt- | ·!y doubled bv South ard wh-ch should ·be lef: is bv North I The Play. · Before leading his partner's suit South pl3s h'-s singleton ace of hearts and then ha queen of spades. North overtaking the king The ten of hearts is returned by North. H a v e that family group you have wanted so long made while you are all home for t h e holidays. N e x t year might b r i n g many changes. Phone 799 for Appoint- Edmonston Studio GU1DER CLEANERS DYERS SPECIAL PRICES DECEMBER 19th to 26th All Plain Dresses, Coats and Overcoats, Cleaned and Pressed 90c All Men's Snits, 2 or 3 Piece, Cleaned and Pressed 75c All Men's Suits, Pressed . 35c Ladies' Fur Trimmed Coats SI 00 to §1.25 DYEING All Plain Dresses, Coats, Overcoats and Suits S2 75 ALL OTIIKR PEICLS IN PROPORTION This Is or* of the largnt and oldest plants in the state. We guarantee our work to be far superior to »n thins ? ou hare ever had in thU line. \LL SM\UL Kl.PMRt, FKLL. \\t rail for and deliver. C. J. SIMMONS, Agent Phone 709-R 114 West Fifth St. Frederick, Md. Let I'5 Make Your Clothes Look New for Cbmimu! Take Greenawalt's Dandelion Liver Disks for Yonr Lrrcr'i Sake 25c 51.00 The Best Gift IS A Bulova Watch OF I "She threw a flower at me " "In a moment of passion'" "No, in a pot-" Passing Show °- clubs and '- - cn ^ums the [deuce of spades which North wins with j ; :he jack North now cashes his good j ace of spades. South discarding the j:e\en of diamords North should not return another spade, but should now COMP. SYETJP MULLEIN For Coughs and Colds 25c *«« 50c At Tour Druggist's or Dealer'* FROM McCLEERY'S JEWELRY STORE 48 North Market Street Frederick, Md. TOYS GAMES Bowed in prayer for a fallen comrade. Japanese soldiers are shoTni above beside a temoorary tomb erected on the- lonely Manchurian plains. --Born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Angcll. a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. An- geH "Who are now living near Sykesville, Tyqjplorme'rly from near Taneytown. " =i=^Jss Bessie ifcOee, near "town, is confined to bed, suffering witn an abscess on her foot --Clarence Senft, who was severe!} injured and taken to the Hanover General hospital, is reported as getting along nicely. i --George Hezze, Jr.. who was at the Frederick City Hospital, suffering from j received in a game of soccer. Of FRUIT CAKE A Luxurious Holiday Taste Treat Last Minute Xmas Gift Suggestions No matter how well we prepare, there is always that last-minute gift to obtain. Glance over this list and solve your uner^scted Christmas problem. FOR HER COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY Dennison's Tags, Seals, Caijds and Wrapping Papers _ Conklin Fountain Pens and Pencils ; « §£ Eastman's Kodaks and Films £ S? Dolls and Doll Carts _ ^ .?* Pull TOYS | MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN | | »,«« ««, *. iL, §S FINE LINE OF BOOKS FOE EVERYBODY Of \ ^ ,,+ CA^» S- 5%i^ a *" *^"v, ,gj CEANE'S FINE BOXED STATIONEEY ^S ! SST ___________^_ ^^3^ ^fir "OV -- n-- - n i i - .-- I... . ..-.-..I i i |^ ^ §£ ATTK%CTT\TE ARTTFICIAt |1 STORM SHIPLEY |i Christmas Trees \% THE BUSY COBNER Si It wouldn't be Yuletidc without FRUIT CxiKE! All during the year it brings a party air to any occasion. Our FRUIT CAKE is especially luscious, rich in fruits and nuts, baked in hvo, three and five pound sizes, priced fifty cents per pound in an attractive gift bos and for sale by your grocer. THE GARBER BAKING COMPANY Tune in WJSV Every Friday 4:45-5:00 P. SL, E. S. T. For table b»zne use. decorations or other DRESS DEESS OE SPOST COAT SILK AND WOOL HOSIERY COSTUME JEWELRY CHIFFON DANCE HANDKERCHIEFS HANDKERCHIEF SETS HANDKERCHIEF FOLDERS LINED SUEDE JACKET GLOVE LEATHER JACKET WASHABLE SUEDE GLOVES NEW KID GLOVES FUR NECK PIECE SILK UNDERWEAR CARD TABLE COVERS LUNCHEON CLOTHS SILK BLOUSES RAYON SPREADS BED COMFORTS LACE CURTAINS BLANKETS DRAPERIES HOOVER APRONS BUREAU SCARFS VANITY SETS RADIO SCARFS LACE NECKWEAR RATN COAT CANDLEWICK SPREADS TOWELS (Plain and Fancy) TOWEL AND WASH CLOTH SETS NURSES' AND PROFESSIONAL UNIFORMS HEMSTITCHED TABLE LINENS HEMSTITCHED TABLE CLOTHS With Napkins to Match COLORED BORDERED SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES UMBRELLAS WITH NOVELTY HANDLES LACE TABLE COVERS SILK COMFORTS, Pure Wool Filling COLORED EDGE PILLOW CASES PAJAMAS BATH ROBE SILK SCARF TABLE COVERS BEADED BAGS VANITY CASES 85 98c CIGARETTE CASES HAND BAG SWEATERS EATH MATS HANDKERCHIEFS FANCY SHIRT WHITE SHIRT INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS COMB AND BRUSH SETS FOR HIM NECKTD3S UMBRELLA BATH ROBE PAJAMAS BH.LFOLDS HANDKERCHIEFS KEY CASES DRESS OLOVES NIGHT SHEETS PURSES ASHTRAY SOCKS COLLARS BELTS GARTERS NICE SILK SHIRT SILK MUFFLER CIGARETTE CASES DRIVING GLOVES B. V. D. SHORTS SUSPENDER AND GARTER COMBINATION All Gifts for SLOO and Up Will Be Boxed Free Open Evenings OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALT. DAY SATURDAY. DECEMBER 26th THOMAS H. HALLER, Inc. "Tlie Store Of Courtesy and Service" 17-19 North Market Street ftSfSifti 8.1 O -- - personnel The SERVICES of a BANK depend on two things--its financial resources and its personnel. In both respects this hank excels; for our financial position is unassailable: and the staff is composed of efficient courteou^. conscien- tious persons. Fanners Mechanics National Bank Frederick, Maryland "The Sank of Personal Service « IMPORTED POTTERY | Refrigerator Sets id decorate 69c Hand decorated. Gifts of Lovely Linen All linen crash ed borders 52 by 52 54 by 68 60 by 80 cloths with color- 69c 95c . . $1.25 GIVE A FIXE Blanket or Comfort 1 FOR CHRISTMAS ^ iS Heavy wool mired double blankets. TM MADEIRA PIECES Begin at 25c each $2.95 Hand Appbqued Linen GuestTowels 50c each Cresent A large size double all-wool blanket of unusual merit. 4 $5.95 ALL LINEN ATTRACTIVE Waste Paper Baskets a Godey print. Bridge Sets One cloth and four napkins. Block printed or appjiqued. $1.00 set Peasant Art Sets tcith six napkins ALL WOOL FILLED Comforts Satin covered. $3.39 39c Size 53 by 53, Many scades A Gift for the Bridge Addict \TTR ACTIVE Ash Receivers $1.95 Charmense Covered All TVool Comforts In attractive pa~*er2f ITALIAN $4.95 t Linen Sets Cntn and fou- Brocaded Rayon That c"..p the card '? tne b table $1.00 *re ^till Tho« \erj Few More of Sets of $1.79 ALL LINEN" Dinner Sets Covered ·K-ooNfilleci omlorts tone effects corded border. $7.95 B a-^d ^3!' f 64 by nisd shades ? w tn eight GREEN GLASS Mixing Bowls ..'- c fTerer.; s.zcs to the set 65c set $5.95 Quaint CO .2-3 Orch.d \ttractire Styles of Copies of Hand Made Quilts Rose B ue, Go.a, Madeira Pieces at 25c each piece $1.95 each 5? Bennett's WE WILL BE CLOSED S VTlIKDVr AS WELL 4S CHRISTMAS DAY OPEN EVENINGS TILL CHRISTMAS a /5 s =; B B B

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