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May 20, 1932

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DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK, MD. FRIDAY. B1AY ZO, 193S. DEATHS Harry A. Hopp. I Harry A. Eopp. aged 72. died at his ; in Etnmjtsburg early Wednesday j Mr. Hopp suffered a stroke i Thursday night and remained un- Cious the greater part of tbe tune. Hopp spent nearly his wnote Isle the bakery bus--ess and will be re- _ered as a partner of the Soeen- and Hopp bakery in Estmitsburg. few years ago this par.nership *a*as ved and since then Mr. Hopp had .erased the cosfee-iocery store aad owling alley adjoining his residence, avlcg given up the bakery business. He is survived by ius widow and three ren: Mrs. Murphy Seaul, aad two Edward and Joseph; two sisters. Anna and Elizabeth Hopp. and grandchildren, all of Emrnitsburg. Funeral services this morning at 9 D'tiock from St. Joseph's Catholic urcfc, Emmitsburg. BEHIND THE SCENES IN Washington BY RODNEY DUTCHES NEA Serrice Writer. Washington. May 30.--As oae FASHION PLAQUE who is asked daily whether or not President Hoorer will be re-e5ected. yoar correspondent wishes he could answer with _ considerable nx:e assurance than he has yet been ai to mtisier. ins to be a question as to which, here at least, there are two, FUNERALS of vigorous bei*rf and very fe-« neutrals. Being neutral is never niuch fun, but neither does there seem to be aicch nourishment for a political correspondent in becoming Snaly convinced one way or the other, assum- j ing that the intent of the voters is now i froaen and that there :s little likelihood j of its being changed ··before November, j * * * I G. O. P. Optimbm ! Trie last five months have s*en many ( realignments of opinion about, it. The E I year started with nearly everybody j WEDDINGS Wetfl*-- Lemmon. Thf United Brethren ' Taneytovin. was the scene of a wedding i Saturday at 6 p. m . when Edgar T · Weigle and Miss Vada M. Lenucon. both t of Westnusstt-r. »ere married. Msss i Lezmnon ss the daughter of Mr. and i ' Mrs J T. Leoacion. Wes'.m-ast^r. and ' i LOCAL MENTIONS Frederick Art Club Member*. who «r going to Washlngion. D. C. Saturday. *U1 meet at South Court St.. at porting spaoe. at 9 o'clock. EDITH MILLER. Corresponding NOTICES. ORDER NISI ON AUDIT NO 12«"0 EttVlTY la th« Circuit Court f u r Frrdrr'.ck County. s:ttir.e In K Dr!.a!. Jr M » v Tfrrn. !9JJ s s' r- ol the Union a ' \ . « : - d A C . MOT".- CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK. POTTS GRIFFIN. lU-peil of the Prohibition Law* ! Kaniifd by attorneys of the District Mr, Weigle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ?i Coiumbia. »tx »ill adirwas the ' John Weig. Ww.ninister. Mr Weigie . raen and »oa»n ol Frederick. M . at is a graduate of Western Maryland Col- ·, W-achester Hall. i:urd»y. May 21st. - ' '» only. Ask yoar tser- ' Urge and ss uow -.^aching in one of the '. s p ' Carroll county h^h schools. The ring ' enact nacts for coaiplirneutary ticxets ! ' ceremony *»ss perforated by their pas- ' i ter. Rev. Ear! E. Redding. Witnesses , The Regular Dance Al Fisher's t were the mcsher-. oj lise eotip'e, a sister Friday N-jh:. May LV.h Feitur,r_s j of the bride. Mrs Walter WVlk, Taney| :o»n. and Mr-. Earl E. Redding. The | was attired 12 i dress of **hite · organdie, and carr.*d ro*e. Alter their ; honeymoon through the Sheaan- '. doiis Va'Jey they *iU reside la West- ,-her big Jolly S:r.r-s Music by Sx 1 shown K ls · t\-;- · 2 Card Party. Bridge ar.i ' 500". Friday Night. May :o Bfaeii: F A. V. Alaa* a*. S: J ^ h n s Ha'.:. Kail Sewed street -5c Dra-A prize at each :aile. All »* This belting nbbon jacket Is funeral of 5"arl S. Abrechi took! Mi:-n«"evervbody else -.ha-. Hoover *ras ) live because of us perky sleeve* froen his home at Monrovia. ! s..^ barring an un^keiy sharp pJdtup --- - w --' "'" Ir arsday at 2 o'clock, followed by ser- | =,, business. All the ·£-«$ of the world, di^ring :he 435 *-ars frooi 1493 '.o 1928. produced $*:i.I'M 398.5J7 worth Of sole avrth of silver. ices a:. Pleasant HiH Chtirch of the Sretiren by Rev. Z. H. Wagoner. The Donald Since then the Republicans have recovered some ol their vanished optimism, qui:« a few Democrats have berers: Allen Xicodeaivis, ·jr. Arnold Weast. Henry Mock. \ gun r# fear that; ihey haven't a sure .a! Derr and David Smith. A Snag -.hing after all and many of as fellows from Company A. M. N. G. es- 0= uie sidelines have stopped taking orted the body and was composed of aren W*:ty. Charles Heiser, James errault. Lee" Layman. Alberi McCraci- [in. William Suser. Srgi. Wal'.er Rinert and Busier RusseU Esterly. Inter- in Pleasant Hill centetery. W. E. alconer. funeral direcwr. . I on u be'-s. There are few gatherings wherei the argument, doesn't break out. It Ss. in fact, the question surest to arise. And invariably you will flnd vjolem 1 between those who insist new hue--strawberry pink. HEALTH By DR. MORRIS FISHBEM. Kir. Joomm* Ot As=erteaa llKllc** A»- iocta*-o* »oiJ of HjrjeU. T*te Health LOCAL MENTIONS Srnior Class Play. NOBODY BUT NANCY." At Waltersvii:* Hs«h School. Friday E\«inrs May :0th at 6 O'clock i ' Price. ISO EXJV11V. M !or f ,--:··. Mxl-Notrition Danger. We are passing through a period of economic depression in which not or_y the kind of food tha'. Is eaten but tlis pr.ce of the food becomes ol the great- | Luncheon and Bake Sale. Faichtul Circle Bible Class. Of Grace Reformed Sunday School. ; THURSDAY. Jt'NE 2ND I Ep** Chicken pa:::«. slaw, roll*, coffee ice i cream or strawberries. Al! for 25c. i Come. Luncheon served from 1130'Salon to 1.31 ; Farnsworlh's. 25c pla:? dinner. Saturday May 21. -The Dust Of The A Comedy Drama in 4 Acts. CHURCH ST SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Presented by Ep-iC-r'.h Ix-aj'-ie of M E. Church. Walkersville. Ben«?3t of 8 and 40 Branch American Lesion Auxiliary. May 25 19J2--5 o'clock. Adults. 25o: Children. lOc. M-ISIC by Blue Ridge Orchestra. c*!n::rd !-!= ·.-·.r.'.s-.ri* :-. -' *·-« · tu*.:o= s: :nr !a:.ii -a i* J c »«*-«· FRANC'S SCOTT XVNKUES. - THE ' ! ~TC"w CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK 'coiil-tyT-* OF i r ! i-wc-H. FREDEKIOK, MD. ', CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS $800,000.00 _ OFFICERS JOSEPH D. BAKER. o/ Board. We are oSering tor rent for the ·«- son the mas'^r dwelling with lawn and garden on the estate ol Mrs. Aubrey Pearre near Libertytown. this county. The house contains 12 rooms, is modern :n detail and furnished. POTTS «: GRIFFIN. REALTORS 27 COURT STREET PHONE 600 NOAH E. CRAMEK SON. Sti rt».-s ·hs B.-aiilv "'.v-Trer arrrs rct'.c 'T ou»» located on Sout tscr B5!-e» ol ciaJcinj scd on S'.mte on. price -y to or Ix-!.-.-* KOAH E CRAltrS «: SOS. IM COCUT STKBET. FRE2E»:CS. PHONS *?». JOHN N. CLARY. 57. NOTICE TO NO II «'.« : S..T. M S--"--. HOLMES D. BAKER. \V *.h returns t'.-~ r-- .-. J-. l businrs* mafl The funeral of John William Outsail place Tuesday at 2 o'clock with ervtces at his home. New Market, con- jiucted by Rev. Jesse BuralL PaU- arers --.-ere William Dryer. Russell _ .,,, ^. j Tori Chops that any Democrat can beat Hoover ana , pourt^sjj years have passed since the | Home Baked S those equally convinced that he '»- m ! je: ,j o f Uie" World War. At a recent; com Beef Hash Rsas: of Pork ', Fine Watch Rf pairing. be re-ejfic:d again in s?!t« of every- Roait of Beef . Prices reasonable. Work guaranteed 1 yr K -. i; r...s rro^vr.v -j Tae developments this year which have revived Republican hopes nave b«en. mainly, the initial willingness of meeting of two Gennan organizations i interested in hygiene. Dr. George Wolfl. | head of the department of statistcs in j :he National Bureau of Hygiene, re- j CARROLL AND PATRICK STS. O??osi:e Pvvst OSice. Uancin; Public! 35. Earl Cue, Wallace Mersln. the Democrats to ride along with the me! Page. Edgar Price. Interment, administration programs while failing _ isant Hill cemetery. Monrovia. H. i :o produce any of therr own. the ^ail- j Snyfisr, funeral d-rector. his research on the influence oJ Grand O-ening Sail Decoration Day war famine on school children in . THE NEW HOLLYWOOD BALLROOM SAMUEL L TYLER. 121 North Market Street. Spcak's Beauty Shoppe. May Holmes, manager. Special this month Marcel or Finger Wave ar.d »«» r . y u : . , u ot wail -.M M. STOKM. 3,775 school jje classes _ - - . . . . . I O??iEite Ci-.ji Toar-st Camp Grounds. , Shampoo. SI OC. Permanent Wave. $4 00 j ol entrants, " -The Barroom De-Luxe." j 'Phone 567-J. 2.17 N. Market St. j starting in ! Feaforing Recorviir.g ar.d Broadcasting . ----· ~~ j Among County Women's Clubs _re of Democratic leaders to control j^jj^^ _, ^ the House in the pinches, the failure 1 192 4 "^905 ^nd 1926 were not raaktofa ' ' Bands. j of the Democrats to agree on any very i ,^ p-cgi^s fc their school work that' The HoUywood Arr.'jienter.t Co. presents | strong candidate for the presidency, j " T«o Saddle llotses For Sale. WRITE BOX 1809. NEWS-POST. NOTICE TO CKErSTOBS NO i;.«o EJC:TY v i r t u e o: 1:1 Or *r o! trie lor Fr-3'r « C-' ::l - C'rct-ll , E«U!*-.. . ! the good reception which business lerrvtand Tract Woman's Club Meets. The Merrvland Tract Woman's Club .et at the home of Mrs. Allen Weller ith f-renty-eight members present. Roll ail vs'as answered with a health rule, meeting o?e-ed wiih song. "Hcsne e; Home." After reading of the oile-y. ihe club soog was sang. After :he business discussion the eting was turned over to the pub- fic::y chairman. Mrs. Paul Ahalt, who »d charge csf the program: Soaf. r.erica: reading. Advertising, Mrs. O. Pry: reading. Close-Ups, Mrs. Oscar afer: reading. Komance and Reality, Irs Allen Weller; reading. Value of "advertising. Miss Imogene Souder; con- Guessing Ads. all members. Miss nozene Souder had charge of recrea- Delicioas refreshments were fcervec. Xexi meeting at ;he home o: Mrs Paul Ahait. Jefferson, June 1. Adamstown CInb Meets. | Mrs Eagar Thomas was hostess to the i Foir.ari"s Club of Adamstown May 18.! ·--enteeti members, three visitors and j Pearson Tere present. The pres- j dent. MSss Bell, presided. The meet-1 ·ns opened wiih singing of "Love's Did Sweet Pong." Roll call was re- need to with "an original sugges- lor ieriovess." Af:«r routine busi- . the meeting was romed ova: t/ Peaisorj. wno gave a lecture on ommunity mea^. also demonstrations dainty sandwiches and quick des- classes starting in 1927 and 1928 · Dick Diiling^er's FJ-TSOUS College Band, j were making Wol2 ascribes the dif- i Hot-Sweet Music: Song aad Hythm. ference to the fact that the pupils who j "A Musical Treat" started in 1924. 1925 and 1926 were | At 11 o'clock--"Dance of The Crystal bom during the years 1917-1919, In | Shower." which the nutrition was especially in- ! Dazzlms! Spectacular: Alluring! adequate. I "Indiscribabie Beauty." ! This !s the Srss Lime that by means j The New Hollywood Is One Of of anthropometric statistics, based on a i Most up-to-date Ballrooms in Maryland, i large number of cases, the after-efiects j 2.500 Square Feet Crystal Like Floor. of undemutrition on the body develop- j 1-000 Can Dance--1.000 Cars Can Park. rnent of the generation bom during the I "Tee Home jf Polite Dancing." war famine vears have been demon- j Dane**-.? Every Wodnesda: Saturday. ls-rat«d upon" the beginning of the ad- j Opens S p. m. Admission 50c. mission to school- ! " On the contrary, the classes that | Dlk 5 Cents .1 Quart. started school between 1929 and 1931 i Cream 25 cents a quart. showed in 1,798 examinees no reduction i Phone 1855-F-3. ELMER B. STALKY. in size and weight; m fact, there irasa slight increase Following the World War, the mass of the German population endeavored to adapt itself to the changed condi- jtions by keeping families small. Thus ! there was a decline in the birth ! Then attempts ware made I of hygienic advice and the [ment of unemployAnent and sickness insurance to meet the deficiencies, but, the damage does not seem to have been completely warded off. i Everyone Welcome. Invited--Everyone Fndav Night At CHURCH STREET SCHOOL. Best Fountain Service In The City. PEOPLE'S SERVICE DRDG STORES '.or* ot Marian E S-:::th iff !-.crr!v j *.o fl their clilms prcr^i'y T-'.r.csit.calfCS t ·il-.h the C'.rrk ot :!-.e Circt;:: Cour*. !or , Frrdrr'.ck Co**n:r. on ?r beiore ·-··.· 3H'. j liar o: Ma^. 19r.*. o*.!wr-»le *.!-.-v »'·'! be | ·fb»"el ·?"·» p«rtici--»t!e !· '-"--e du'.r:- . h. U ,a or -.!« tund, * 3 E ^^S ' SMITH j Truj'.fe. j Reno S. Harp. Attormry. Dance With Th~ Crowd At FtTRN'ACE FORD SAT. NTTE. Music. Dixi-« Serenaders. Free--Free. LOST AND FOUND. LOST -WHITE AND TAN BEAGIJ: HOCND j Fir.der please -pSone 197-J, or «"'«"' i h SC5 Motter avecue. 5-20-dl*. LOST--A ROUND FILIGREE BREAST PIS. with a diamond in center. Regard if returned to Ml» Grace W. Swfaner. or -phpne Ke-'er ln=. Sraddocfc H. 5-20-d2.- CHICKS FOR J5ALE. BABY CHICKS.-BARRED ROCKS. WHITE Rocfcs. wyaadottes. Reds, and Orpbins- Berts. Next meeting lome of Mrs. T. June 1- PRSSIDENT HOOVER- jhe press gave Hoover's stron? demand for economy and budget-balancing and the assurance that the G. O. P. lead- _ ers in narlor-a! convention can get to- j gether on a moist platform plank will be at the ! which should he'.p them in the eastern E. Zimmerman,! states. j Specials For Saturday. j 1 quart jar Dill or Sour Pickles lac trrely below par all through their school j course, that they are unfit to enter at I an earlv age into the labor market, and i " fi Shredded Wheat ..................... 2 Paarase Flour ....... ------- ..... . that the damage to health sustained In such a. period may persist throughout life. AMONG THE SICK ! Trade On Depression . i The Democrats until recently have j traded very largely on the depression " and ine vast unpopularity of Mr. Hoover. Taere are still many who believe that they need no more than that to guarantee them, the election. Bat now there has come a change in general Democratic policy. There are "The Mary- plenty of Democrats who have worried -d Ramblers.- a Frederick orchestra, j aboas the nomii-ation frcm the cished the rnasic. Refreshments were ?°iat of picking the man most erved. --Miss Mary Smith, Liberty, has been Mrs. Robert Fuss, of Union Bridge. | is a patient at the Frederick City Hos- Saturday 2 pound can Cocoa 23c , 2 pounds Lisii Bsans 15c j 2 pigs. Palm Olive Beads for. IOC ] Fresh Country Butter, pound. 19c.! CaL Peaches, pound 10c i A ] 'Phone 1551 3-19 W. South St Bake Sale. Union Bridge Union Bridge, May 20.--Oaring to the iclement -K-eaiher. the annual alumni ance -s-hich vras held on Thursday evening in the school b-aUoing ·K'as not ·R-ell attended as usual. Abous twen- couples -rrere present. to defeat Hoover and plenty of others who have worried about issues and the fclng her sis;er, Mrs. Charles Snyder j advisability of doing something which 3 1 -1- ^-- **«·_* k--4-r -iX.'V'* *f\ T«*1tt r/VTrfS-TR tTl -__ past vreek. i -"=' can bra ?, --Miss Dor-s Legg and Miss Mar- ifiead of merely ret Myers, -s-ere among the seniors of i restera Maryland College. Trho were srtained by Dr. and Mrs. Xorraan rard on Saturday evening. --An interesting demonstration of o the voters n-r. S the Bepab- eight kinds of salads, sandwiches and ice-box cookies, in the latter direction it seems as if the most important thing done by the Democratic House is the promotion of the bill to guarantee bank deposits. pitaL been f. Charles H. Remsberg. who has ill at his home at Braddock o'clock. Idea! | Garage, home-made cakes, pies, rolls. eggs, j AID. i cottage cheese, dressed chickens, PLEASANT fROra LADIES' STAR FURNITURE CO. BARGAINS IS FtrRKTTURE. 50 s''ehtl? used refrigerators, all sizes. S4 00 to SifOO. 100 felt b»se rugs -,new) $· *»5 up Living room, dining room, bed room and titche-i furr.iture and household effects of every kind and description. ---w and s'.ighf.y used, at unheard o. p'-ces Come la asd be convinced that yo-i can save ir.ore than hair We «ii! trade yoar o:a tumlture la- Your cred.t is good here. STAR FURNTTCRE CO. 323-3:5 "forth Market Street. Frederick. MarjUad. / - EXECUTRIX NOTICE. 1 Th's S3 to s.te isotic' t h a t the subscriber | a- o!u:.netl 'rom Orphan^ Court o! , ·ede.-ici Cjunty. in Marv'.ind. letters Testa- , atcntary on fie esf.-.e o: ; LEWIS F. STCNKEL. | '. .te of Frederick Marvlind. dec'is- l ed Ali persons ha-. '.?.S c:il-!i acail^! the j deceased are warned to eihib.t ifctr sxme. I with the vouchers t h f r e j f . :eg.i!:- I'jther.ti- I cated. to the subscriber, on or before the I 29th day of November. 1932. next, they may | otherwise by !a«- be i-«;.iaed iror.i all bene- j nt of said estat" Those ir.dfbt-d to the I deceased are iJcsi-cd to nuke i-awe-S'a'.e j payment. ' I Given under --y hand this 29th day or ADriS. 1932. MARY J. STCNKEL. E"ecutr:z. d apr. IS-may 6-13-20-2T ORDER SIS! ON SALES NO. 12440 EQDTTY i In tha Circa!*. Court for Frederick County j i slttlr-e in Equity. _ i March Term. JOHN H. BAKER. \'tce-Presiifnt. JOSEJ-H McDlviT, Vice-President. WILLIAM G. ZIMMERMAN. Cashier. SAMI-EL G. DWALL. Assistant Cashier. J. TRAVERS THOMAS. Assistant Cathier. DIRECTORS JOSEPH D. BAKER. THOMAS II. HAU.ER, CHARLES H. COKLEY, M. D JOHN S. NEWMAN. JAMES H. GAMBRILL, JR., HOLMES D. BAKER, DANMEI BAKER. JR., JOHN H. BAKER. ELIAS B. RAMSBURGH. ARCHIBALD E. FISHEE, JOHN N CLARY. A.; L'-:»s Of !::s-jnr.;e, a \siLiv«N F:IEE. solicitor ·Phone 735 9 N Court St. WANTED. ! -«··! YOt'St-5 I'IGS WANT A SE'.V KOltE | ""-. ^ » r r c - c - . i Ml.ric- BUr.t. Rociy I WASTE: -TWO i -IRKE -QUARTER j i crr .p. ,,Jy Do.!r- '.r-iirks. irssrae «*-'r:t M » . 553 Fn- S-13-SIt FOR SALE. ,^^^^^.^-^~^s_^--i FOR SALE --CASH REGISTER. BEACTXFOT, 5-30-dlOt* FOR SALE-WHITS AND SILVER KINO p.£.,,.;,. Mcs:ly *3l. Searaleix biadeo- FOB S.M-E --COMPLETE SET LUDWIG d--m *.-3pj new Price rer»so=»b:e Write Box 51. Sew -\Urket. Md 5-14-d«t- FOR ""iLF --SOY BEANS. GOOD QCAUTTf Virslr.iai. S! 25 bushd. J. G Steves*. C'rise-stown Mil. 'Phone 1825-F-I2 Fred- S-13-dlOt p. LUTHER RICE. FOR SALE --TWO SEW BRICK HOCSBE, modern :D every respect. Oce Colonial. one Fr.silsb ttpc. *!ta»tfd on LlDdbergh avenue Orjw!'-e S'ood Cc'.ie£e App'.y Jooo W. Grore. Wut Fourth St.. Extended. HELP DESTROY DEPRESSION ,,,,, ! not by quarreling with *- but by »" E=sie M Smith. Trustee or M.r:,, E si.-*. | ^^^ ^SSJ^S' . lour !£ rou in«r purchaie a six lor the same J price. ^.,_. i Compare It you cannot drive a « drive FOR RENT. On Petition. In the Matter or the Report cf Sales OJed the Mth day cf April. 193J. Ordered. That on tne 21st day of May. 1932. the Court will pror»cci to act upon the ifcij six room n-odern bricK on Pnrle Are., otlcret! for only _ J--MODERN 6-ROOM KOtlSE. "mvid Groff. 'Phone 9i5. S-IO-dS Heights, is greatly improved and expects to be out in the near future. Winfield WiafieH, May 20.--Roy Stevenson Special Sale On Work And Dress Shoes. Army dress, hobnail aria police shoes. brand new. SI.95 to S2.95. Miner's Shoe Repairing, 33 S. lEtt. St. PUBLIC SALES. PG3LJC SALS Bv virtue o! a writ of Sen facias of the be sho^ra before said day provided a cony ol this order be !n*Tt"d In some ncTC-*- piper published !n F-ederlc!t Coun:y for three successive wcei:^ pricr *o ^aM day. The report Mates ;ce amount ol *ale« to bs S4.300 PO Dated this 29th dav of Apr'.:. 1333 ELI O HAtJGH. ClerX ot the Circuit Court for Frederick County Rcio S Harp. So'.ic.'or True Copy-Test: ELI G HAUGH. Clerk d apr 29-n-.ay 6-13-20 business, with cement b'oci modern a;:;r.i ! s-.a'.'.on Including one acre for c»rnplKK p'-r- ' poses. !oca:cd on Ilisntrajr. Jiay trade on j C'.:- proper:- APARTMENT FOR A modern. A. E. Cramer.. 159 W. r? acres on Hlghvtr near Frederick, darell- Patrick street. 5-20-d5f I ins «!«» electricity, bath aad gravitation LAPGE FTTHJ,TSHED FRONT ROOM --AT- i water system A real opportunity for tour.s: 1 ,.j c ..:_., j.,.,- 0 ur,dings Sultab'.e for cosip'.e. . o i-q'uir'e" News-Post. Box SOU. * "·-'«·· NOTICE TO CREDITORS. No 12.421 Etiu '.y FoHow the Crowd To Donb's Switch, i and Citing station business. FARMS FOR SALE of any sue. price and location. For information, opportunities, satisfactory service and conscientious advice, don't Jail to consult. Rice. P. LUTHER RICE. REAL ESTATE *CZ 148 29 EAST THIRD ST 5-14-dt: 5- FOR RENT--MODERN 3-ROOM APABJ- n-.ent re«or.ab:c. App'.y 314 W __ SoutS_ St. FOR REST --SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT. Mrs. R. F. Na"in. Ill West Second St 5-lB-dl2t HELP WANTED. WANTED--PASTRY GIRL AT ONCE ?. S Key hotel. See time-keeper. 5-20-dll WANTED.--SETTLED WOMAN FOR KOUSE- ·rori:. Apply 121 West Second slree'.. S-20-J3t ! F01 REST.-- MODERN APARTMENT. S and bats. Attractive rental to rr-edlate PO""'-TM- 13S s-18-ciat i rooms i prc-wr tenani. . S Market street. FOR RENT.-- THIRD FLOOR APAKTIKNT. "*20 % I '.larket St. 5 rooms and bath. An-p'.y \V:a D. Bolters Lumber Co. ser rch. near Woodbine. Rev. D. A. J 3ewn, Mt. Oliv«. bad charge of the ' ·sees. Interment was made in Mor- 2s:xusal of that measure undoubtedly given here on i is a popular ana one may es- gan Chape! cemetery. -- The P. O. S. of A. camp of Wln- Seld, the school and the Homemakers I That's What UT. Say If U CDrr.e To jl.S, SATURDAY Y? Gorce--C--And Hear. Club hold the annual Decoration i Dance This Friday Xite. i Mt. \~e-K Park. Kyattsto^n. Gents. 50c. ^dies free. Everybody invi^d. Free 1 ELECTRIC CASH COMPLETE LINE OF I Jierebv g;rc not.ce SATDRDAT. MAY J at 2 o'clock P t the storeroom cT ^ «. B 1 GROCErt-fio .^a. o. i» -- datr.b-JT.icri of ;;- .is.-r:« In .^^ ,.....(-,.^.,,.4 -nrr.-? !;-!d-r | .,,.,. ,_,_, . h! . ^ A T ,_ r M . c ,... orchard j 1 Company. prOT.= -ci th.= no'ice be by . TJiursdav by Miss lloore, the Potomac- | ?«·- tise ps~..» speakers t Edoson Corcoanv of Predericfc-s cook-I ^^ ^^ P^ 6 ~^L" , , _ . , , ^^»v t^-h«- i «^ n-o-s Potentiality, bo-ever is to be seea !n Democratic Leaaer Joe Robirson's declaration in the Seriate for federal uremplovment relief and a. tryout for the equalization f«e. See* Support of Masses -These desiring to attend the evangelistic services at trie Lin'S'ood church, being conducted by Bev. R. P. Miller, are asked K connnunicate with Her. 'illiam Schmeiser. --Hiss Portia Fleagle. Baitimore. spent Sunday in to«7i and ·*·£- a din- parade heaoed by a band and will march to the cemetery and decorate the graves. Don't Forget Night. Is The Night. 1 I adverllscnier.*. pjbl^ne ------- ---------------- MEN !S TO 33 --RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS ! -..-;» v -..Tli; o: ; steady srori- Commence SI5800 Montn i deed o: . p v d V i c at4or.j Experience unr.ecersary ; Common education sufflcient Fu'l partic- ' ·j;»rs sample coachlr.E Iree. App^T ' FOR RE-CT --GOING ROAD STAND ON TH3 va'iT.i! b'shwav. Improved with 6- "d-re::ir.K sr.d lunch roe-3 attacr.ed- " . 0(!a j. s , lre io76B. Ne^s-Post .dder for cash. ConstaS'.e for Frei-rlcJc County. Mary.a-d. | Reuben S Lease, Auctioneer. j MISCELLANEOUS. , , . . Ap p'.y N=.h E. Cramer and Son. FOR REST--4-ROOM HOUSE. NO. 345 W. S: 520. App'-r I N. Shipley. 1« W Church SI 5-1T-J-J "OR RENT --MODERN 5-ROOM. SECOSD riser apt AP?:T «1 Sorts JIariet St^ There will be prominent speak- CHURCH STREET SCHOOL BAZAAR. { --i an orchestra iri^ furnish mu- . i ers ar.d sic ai nirhfc . j Dahlia Bulbs. --Mr. ar.d Mrs. Rolaad L.* Pickett, j Good varieties at cheap prices. Blue ' Philadelphia, spent tae -reek-end at j R-j-ge Dahlia Gardens, 106 ar.d 103' t means that Demo-cratic feadeis! '~oe horce of tae former's sister and · East Fourth St_ "Phone 23-M. corwede at last that it is gooA politics' brother-m-la^r. Mr. aad Mrs. C. M. i j ' Waltz, M. D. L. Picsett rerjrned irith j Drink More MUk. NO «S63 INSOLVEJS :r. the Cir.cuit Court lor Freder ck Co--" the support of the masses of tple. employed arid unemployed -Tork- white couar them to spend a week. Maintain yo'or youthful complexion by ' |of the concert those particirating vrere . ,, * .-_, ! gram. He has outline tilC ] . 4 - t W S - T ' ^ W -- 3 ." -^--. --Visitors on Sunday at the home ! arir.'cina three glasses of mils ever J of Mrs. O. B. Picket! were: Koy PoaS- : Your cheapest ar.f bes pro- j £ r and family. Pitcsburgh; Mr. and , gallon. iSS W EHTHEiMSK . _ . J - - ^ . , c . s-aai. ox «« vu«-«:" wbat he called i Mrs. Ang-jstos and children , °l«£ \ ^"oc^c ******- before, « Og Ksther, Carli. a.d Do^s. Medford. , - , al-K-avs consisted of vag-«ie generates. j any things can happen between the j ·* ntoi ^ t Fined 5134.18 at Brnnsirick. ] ir. ard Mrs. Harry Spiirrier. --The ne-K- rcanasers for the «e»»- i -,,^ ,,,,,,,,, v _ a ^ ,,,, p 3 r«-i^ i adjournment of Congfess and election i Oa charges of operating an ayto- i ^g -ac.o.... _ j.~. _a^ M.i. «povic-. ! .^^ ^ need ^^ speculate aooat i mooile vraile under the mfiaence of! Lawn Mowers SharpenedFRANK: JAMES. hsae 15I-R 127 W 5th St. noT. Thost interested in the hquor. reckless drivrn? acd failing to ! lave arrived and are occupying the j c ,' 3^-ryer P^P^ ^^'f f**T .., otSioS'of H«vIr :S 7e^Iection or de- j -^P *"er an accider.t," *If«-Eoo= ! .7^%,^!^. °^ "ISt^.^ Jea-. can, for tie preset. -rtU afford of I«t xeet Jaci P. Pope, of Washing- , .-*. .= =. .-.- =r-v .. s». . . ,. r . n obg _ e ;he ^^ o j ti current ] ton. D. C^ fas fined S134.10 by Mag- wiih i tidrey. Taney:-ysm. spent Saturda; .Irs. Gorco" Posle. Kuth Dotterar. Hagersio*---.. ] ^ her parents here for several days --The first open air concert, of the season, by the TTr.isn Bridge Band, i sras rendered or. Saturday evening from ! an erected stand at the K~?hts of ' ?yth'^s building. Main street, and at- j racte-d the usual large cro-sd. effect of the currerr for popular favor and utrate Ho-x-ard Marvin Jones, Brrms- .on's efforts to th-sart , 'sicS. In addition to fine and costs. Pope -sag ordered to pay for the darn- age caused to the other machine. « . The accident occurred at Virginia avenue and West Potomac street. Bruns- · Tick, ^hen the car operated by the defennent crashed into tie rear of the machine belonging to Walter A. Hiden- baugh, -R-hich -s-as damaged to the es- ] ten; of a'rxyur, S25. Pope's car -s-as said Luf s Stuff ]\Iarket Prices Grain. Wheat, bu . ........................... 51~ Com. bb! ............................ SI.65 Live Stock and Produce. '?u-r..^r.e3 b\ Frederics Cour.t? i AD Bat. ; I wonder why I canrxt stand Susie ! Blank? She's cot a dunce, a dumb- ' to ha-e been but slightly damaged. · : bell or a crank! She's neither fast nor ', Following the accident. Pope ·s-as*~ar- · tsiow--she doesn't hare B. O^ and i rr^ybe she has money in the bans. For Sale. d Values In Used Cars 3--Dodge Sedans. 3--Dodge Coupes. :--Dodge Hc-adster. 2--Hsex Oraches, l--Chevrolet Coupe. 1--Hudson Sedan. 1--Pac'sard 7 ?as?er.g:r Sedan. 1--plTmouth Sedan 1-i Ton ?ord Tr^:i Easy terni? STAI.2Y MOTOR CO, Sen-..-.. Md. Th* Pete's Banfc o: ^- :b / r; Jj?"* csrporate. and Robert H. ^··· f V." Kip", a^so fcr.o^n as E A. r^. VDt.~e is hereby g.ven to the *r a --. \v Kipe. a'so knoirn «' Fr-d*r':i: Coonty. :.'.t.-\.^..-^. ~--.A Earl V.'. Kipe. a'-so tr.o« E. body ors ol ESECxrroR'S NOTICE. This Is t ^ p:ve notic^ K s - '^* subscr.beri '-.ave obta.r.ed rrorn the Orph-.r:5' Court ol Frodericfc Co^r.-.y, .:: \s-.ry.ani. letters Tcs- FRASCrlS K. *.VERTKE::.rER. ed Al. per-^ns hav.n; c a'-n* izali^t tr,e d-ccis-d are «arn»a ·· exl.b.t the same. Sth day ot D-ce^:b;r. n;:. n-«: thrjr n-.ay othTyi^c by I3T7 be '·T".-d*"J *r^TM z'.'i *s"e- fit of ^a d '··'ti*.* Tn-'e 'r.'i^b-'-t! to the de^ras'-d are d*-5.r;d ts ^ti^e i":ne:*:a*e payrr.cnt PHIL:? ·.VERTT-:EI:,:ER. KAMMON3 CLARY. ?I.»NO TUNNING AND RADIO REPAIRING » specialty Albert C a*.aer -Phone 519-w. 8 w«i 13th street S-I-dJS*. PROPOSALS. ^-11^-11^*^^.-W.'-^.-^.'-*!.-^-^-'----' DSPARTMSNT OP PUBLJC WORKS STATE OF MARYLAND STATE ROADS COMMISSION FOR RENT --F s'j.:sb '*- one or tro persor-s. Th.ri S: OQ^ r,rv~ _G\HAGE APPI.T "i37 SOUTH ' ^.ct stre^ 5-16-dSf FOR RE'-- -S-ROOM KOC5S. 5» SORTH BC--Z St Ap? ^ «1 S llarist street. 5-lS-c.ll --2 HOtJSSS ANO I GARAGES Patrlct street. Appir 40T j-.»*,-s Q' "tr"« cred.ters to be he.d at the ,- "."-a- s , -, n Freierici C.ty. Frrd-r:t)c . . c'-^AT:':.:ar-'.a-.d. on SatT-riar. the 2Sth , "*· izv of V.3-. 1332. ·»' the hour o. e.e-r-r; , County. ,-!7--cjc. 2 r-. . a". »SscS t.=-.e and ptate ;.he ; ______ " r ^'^.\-j^: T?i e -«i"Vsr C *="r S s»- L 2 !l I=so" '- '·'' -2'-'-- -' '--.- T=T Si'- =: rei: -s- RI J SMITH. iTAM W STOHM. Prc'-im.nary Tr^svs -.".* if XOT1CE TO CON'TP-ACTORS Sealed proposals for section of S'.at-e H.ghTray as fo'.lcres. Frederick County. Contract F-:89511--^Federal Aid Project. No. 257--One section of State H:gh--ay along the Liberty Road from Lioertyto^n toward Frederick f?r a d^tance of 8 93 m;:os ' 'Concrete "sr.oulders and Concrete H:adTaT» -sril", be received by the State Heads C-immiss:on at its offices. Federal ' Ros-crve 1 Ba.iK Calvert and Lcxir.gv.n Streets. Baltimore. Maryland. _nt.I 12 rr. on the 31st day of May. 1332. at time and place they *ii: oe p-bl.cly opened and r?ad Pre- TM -a*"*-~*t--~~ .-' b'dj' 1 "^ -**cuIreG. FOR R=iN or. Ei=: Pa'- -'-· ^" FOP- P.=VT -T ipa-.-r--r.ts. 13 Eas; Church St. S-14-fiSt FOR KE1--T -T-50USS 15 TTEST SAINTS ST. A?-:- :--2-- E vr;-:;irc--sr. 215 RocSt-s-eU T-rracc 5-11-dtf A?AH~- Posstss.on 1=- FOR KENT-L-.HGS STX SOOM AP\HT" RENT --TWO : rested by Officer Chas. W. C. Smith, 1 Brunswick. She has a tot of traits that I admit j :n lots of other folks ·would make a ! hit! She's not a bad edition--but ! a disposition! In this good --orlc , sirr.ply ccesr.'t, fit! | IN MEMORIAM. 5:*ers ........................ *·- to 5c Keifers ................................. 4c to 4'^c j lc to 3 : ic I can't help feeling sad for Susie Bui's .................... 2c to 3 : iC| Blank -- who's over fat nor " ' ..... -3c to a'^;jover lank: Sr.e'd be a decent sort -- 5r to 7c . were she a better fport -- without, a T.a:ros i Bucks i . 3c to 4o i temper of the hottest rank! Hcgs 3c to 3;..c »HRCHIVF.«ro« «-.- --N. A. LUPBUKROW. In Memoriam. In sad but loving n-.c-r.ory of my ', father. George A. Wise, who died one j year ago, May 20, 1931. j No one knows how much I miss you. 1 No one knows the bitter pain: j I hare suffered since I lost you, Life has never been the same. I --BY HIS DAUGHTER, MARY. For Sale- All kinds of se-c-cr.d hand Pipe fraec 1 :o 8 Inches; I-Bearr-s. and Angle Iror. for B^:.!litig 3-j--^i«s PRSDSaiCX J'CXK COMPASY. FranS Gas'.cy Prop ?hcne 383 OfSce .nd Warh3'jsa--Chape: A.le; Befxeer. Tn.-d and Fourth Sts. Resiienre--215 E Third St. ORDSK KISI ox AUPrr xo. 12457 EQurry. 1= lie C!r: :*. C3-- :or Pr-ie.-'.clc Co--tJ S!lf.2B la Ecjs.ty MaT Tirtn. 1932 C--3rj:c R n-aslt. Jr. Ais.zr.^e of th- or.."r. T-- -i", CD^.par.r of C . Morl- gasee c: CUr'r'ce ?.-S--smii";. ar.d Sad r V.^gS. Or. Pet.t sr. In T.^^ ir.a*.t«r or trie **.;£·. tor's Si the T?t! daT Ol MS". 193I, :SJ2. Ibe proceed 10 ac, Lower Prices On Scratch Pi*ds. Pen::", l.'.jets (newsprint, paper) :;--. 6 Cents a Ib. Bor.; -.1- 3« Paper Tablets, N j. 9 Cents a !b. THE NEWS-POST. on · Co^rt i?on the Report o* the A"5.tcr, r..ed s^ aror£sa'.d '.a the above caj^e. to fl^a:)y rat"? : ar.d eor.Srm the »me. ii-'.es- 1 : ca-ase to the Cjr.trary th»r»of ce shown before «a:d_ da? n-ov-.ied a copy of thX order 6s published . - f-,ne r.ewspapcr p-b ish-d :r Frederic* CisslT. -t :eas; "sere. day« or.or to t»:d Da'td J*VIt cav c.: May. 1932 ELI G. HACGH. | Cerk of the C.rcait Court for Frederic* , Cour.ty Gcoric R Dmr..f. Jr . So'..c.tor. ; True Ccpy-Tcst. ! ELI O SAUGH. Clerk j « may 20-27 ' o; C;j=t-. =a Apr.. 11. 1532. ORDER O? CO"HT **i« prov.=.or5 of ·"- .i- .-i r? -.- :n ii-.'re- ·o .-r?"-r T-.r to h3-.-» *-"-. -.-.fir.-.i y of Msy. '.52:. bf '*-.- C.r.-_.'C;--t '3- Fred- a-d de----1 --.-5-. ;.-« C.-.-t c; *..-.· C-ri-.t C3-1-, :-- F.-' C-.-^r.* . V---T .r.1. .ci" Nca-'v" V " - . " T r ~ - - p ^ - ' ~ p - " .-""d " i-l Froif--." r-^-.-T. :.:,r- 3 ri. a - - r r . s a!. ra2 project, as ncreafter no cnj w" be p^rmit*^. Ko rid? will be receives oriless FOR REJTT --ST03ERS 2S: , "-^est riTrd" S : ," i FLOOR *?ART: App'-y »-4-:tj EOITS. THOH- Posses- scr ^·'·. Ci.r- ci -- t-f)-" rTLT G HACGH. Frcdcr.cX r^ if t-.e C re-.: Co.:; C o u n t - , McJ. d =.ij 6-13-20-27 539. Acts of 1931. of the amount as s;t forth in the proposal form. The successful bidder ·*·.'.! be rsqu.rcd ;o p:ve bond, and corr.p'.y -snth the Acts o: the General As~err.bly of Maryland. rcsrect:nj cor.trac'-s. Fhe Corn-Hiss: J3 reserves de rtgn- ·jo reject any and all Mds Bv order of the State Road* Cosv mission this 17th dav of May. 193C. G CLLXTON CKL, Chairman I* H. Steuart, Secretary. FXS RENT --MODERN* S ROOM APAST- -- ;rt. v · T?-rd :05 South X!ars:t street. ( . t_.a- pcf-e? --- "- ^.^.j ' POP. P.SNT -ATTRACTrVE APASTirSVT. · ipply Ezra Kcacr. Jr.. 100 East Seccnd street, S- 1 - 83 '^ j FOR REST --SIX ROOK HOUSE OS SORTH 1 Ma.-k-t S", A?=:y to C. P. SrSr.di=ech^ 1 Tii K. SlarSet street. *-l-«a

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