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nickle of near New Windsor; i Deaths Westminster; one UnleyS. VanK^er.^nus:^ f ^ * of Hood Names Walter (Continued From I'age One) uanu oi Ruth A. VanRiper of uaiinersburg, died Friday at Su- buioan Hoapital, Bethesda. He was born in New York State ana was a son of the late Jay H. and Peari Shae.fer VanRiper. He was a cartographer for the U.S. government. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Fay Brooks, Baltimore; Mrs. junith VanDeusen, Adelphi; "ing son, Littlestown, Mrs. Jessee oi Hyattsville, and Mrs. ity Edward Hall of Virginia Beach, K*««s ai tne jonns HopKins Un- Va. Seven grandchildren also "ersity. Me nas neiu various and his M.A. and Ph.D. de- Balloons LOTAI. MENTIONS Furniture Auctions (Continued From Page One) Every Wed., 6:30 p.m.. rear The only prize given was for 23H W. 5th St Ponton's Com- the longest distance but if one munity Sale^This week: chest had been given for the number freezer, --*"--«·«- -'~ of balloons returned it would stoves, ; » L.K.S. survive. Mr. Simpson was a ot the Methodist Church L'amilton, Va. irienus may call at the New Windsor Funeral Home of D. D. *?_ Harizler and Son, Saturday eve- ^ LOCAL MENTIONS Country Ham it Turkey Supper New Market Fire Hall SEPF. 16, 2 P M. UNTIL Benefit New Market Methodist Church Adults $' 'f* Children $1.00 Bake Fancy table THE NEWS, Frederick. Mainland Saturday. S*pt*mb*r Z. »«67 Card of Thanks We wish to sincerely thank relatives, friends, and neigh- Funeral services ^ ^ ,, gas pub-'have1Smrwon*by"David Penn~ stove, washers, single maple m»mh«r "s'HKi numerous articles on his HFD 2, New Windsor. David bed complete, like new. maple memoer worfc Rj replaceg Ur Ronald .^ote "My brother and 1 were dresser, kneehole desk out. Hatney, wno will be associa- walking through our straw field board motors, Home Comtort ted nexi year with Bentley Col- and we saw eight balloons and kitchen range, (6) boxes rook- -cards Some of them had names wool, Stautter massage couch, Mrs f or « ne beautiful cards and .. Janaki Amma, who will O n them but some of the other oak office desk, new roll fence, flowers, and their many acts at Hood for one year un- names had been washed off." (3) new metal awnings, al. storm O f kindness extended to us dur- uer tne United States-India Wo- Runner's-up for most return- doors, wood storm windows, 9 x j ng the illness and death of our mens College Exchange Pro- ed were Mr. and Mrs. Walter 112 rug, sm. Chord organ, good; mother, Myrtle M. Shafer. gram, is a specialist on la- R. Houck, Union Bridge, who' gun rack, fans, power mowers, Also special thanks to Dr.' unue- found seven balloons in one of elec. ironer, glass shower doors, Brice. Dr. Martin, Dr. Teske j - » - · - - · · (2) ton chain hoist, good; cable and the nurses and nurses aid- will be funeral on two sons, Roger V a n R i p e r , conducted from the Washington and James Van- -lonie on Sunday at 2 p.m., with SSStfSS^K '· brother, the Rev^ Albert Mako.in pas- -'"relalio^s ""and ... _ 10UI1U _, ,, Ivan VanRiper, Canandiagua, 01 ot St Benjamins Luther aa vel d count ries. Educated in their meadows. N.J.; and three grandchildren Church ofuciatmg. Burial will ln(lia and m Eng i and , with both And {ina uy, - , t . -- Funeral services will be held be in the Meadow Branch Cem- fi A and M A degrees from . , eft T^isto^ with an ap- (2) al. porch posts, trumpet, nex for their kind attention Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Kop- fiery. The family requests m lhe Umversity O f Madras, she Daren t eve to higher education, snare drum, other large, lots w hile she was in the hospital, ler Funeral Home, Fillmore, leu of flowers contributions be earned ner ph D degree from £* ^ at "American Uni . miscellaneous. Warhouse open New York. Local arrangements made to the American Cancer tn Universlty of London. She Versity and the other at Wesley daily, PHO MO 3-4601. NOTE: LOt'AL M B V T I O N S Trash Removal Residential, Commercial Industrial For daily pickup call Sanitary Disposal of Frederick Phone 062-6363 Shan tie Reunion SUNDAY. SEITEMBER 3 Place-: Huskey Park Time' 12 p m. to 5 p.m. Bring Basket Lunch Pleasant Walk Baseball Team Festival SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 Myersville Fire Hall LOCAL M K N T I O N S Peach!'* J H Hale Klberts Plums Damsons T V R A l ' i H S ORCHARD Pln«H 271 ?'!'./ Dante At th«- lilack Horse l a v e r n i hwi v Ft 'day ft S a t u r d a y Nile i ' MI-MC By ·Shirle the R h y t h m Makt-i I 9 to 12 $1 per person finally, two of the bal- jack, Ig. pipe vise, hand tools, es on second floor of Shank An-! Eats Games, Entertainment by ... _-.:*i_ -- -- ,,-» / o ^ al rw\tv»K rvtctc triiTnrpt « A .. *^.-- tu^i*- lr irwl att^nf inn i «-,» t ^»u. ie K ' u n i i i v were by Olin L. Molesworth Society. Funeral Home, Damascus. MRS. BESSIE V. NEWMAN Mrs. Bessie Virginia New- MRS. KDNA FOX Mrs. Edna Irene Fox 44, wno at 246 E. Seventh St., nas been head of the economics Theological Seminary, department of the Women s Col- Washington, p.C. Jege, man,~88, of LuckettsTVa., widow died at tne Frederick Memorial of Wilbam Newman, died Fri- ^ day at the Hospital. She of the late Frank and Alice Am bers Jones. Sne is survived by a son, Kosco Newman, of Peaonian Springs, Va., a brother, Seavi- »oii B. Jones, Lucicetts, Va., and two grandchildren. Friends may call at the Brown Funeii-l Miranda House, Univers- And now the countdown has ity of Delhi, since 1948. Dr. Janaki Amma will work Hospital this morning. She was at Hood in her field of econom- in Frederick County the both in New used furniture for private sale daily. JOHN A SHAFER G IX)NALD SHAFER CHRISTINE M. EAGLE ics and will teach a course on modern India and one on un- Memonal .. . th*» daughter daughter of the late George tne aaugnur Catherine A Tob Wa i te rs. - aeudeveloped countries Dr. Earl D. Bragdon, professor to Hood as- Surviving are one son William Ronald Fox, two daughters, Pa- ^ociate tricia Ann Fox, Debra Lynne comes . . . Fox, at home; the following University of South Dakota. A brothers and sisters, Martin A. graduate of the University of Walters Harry L Walters, Maine, he hearned his M.A- George E Walters of Frederick and Ph.D. degrees at Indi a n a begun for next year's launch! Personals Mr and Mrs. Richard K. Miller of 212A North Market Street, in We Card of Thanks wish to express our sin- Public Sale Friday, Sept. 22, 1967 11:00 cere ~ a pp re ciation"and thanks to a.m. on premises approximate- our wonde ,f u i neighbors, friends Md Annual Picnic Sapper Fried Chicken Country Ham Family Style SAT., SEPT 2 3 P.M. until Adults $1 7.i Children 75c Music By Harmony Band Flint Hill Church Park Mills Road _ miles northeast of Utica anJ relatives f or cards, flowers along the Ramsburg Road and many acts of kindness dur- b armall . t()e illness and deatn of · - - -· v. Smith Frederick County. Vermont. Mr. and shaw -and just to Bellows Falls, Super A tractor, Ford *i ton .,,,,_,_ .. ,, pickup, 400 bales hay, few farm CHARL E S H. SMITH FAMILY Mrs. Hugh Gibson, Lexington, Ky ; Mrs. Ralph Moudry, Frederick; a number of nieces and ,nephews . . . . . . . . m rm.i%., Charles A. Walters, will be held Monday at 1 p.m. from the Mt. Pleasant Baptist ^nuich, LuCKetts, Va. The Rev. Howard Twyman will officiate. Burial will be at the church cemetery. MRS. DOROTHY HOFFMAN Mrs. Dorothy Grossnickle Hoff- rhrson Funeral Home fman, 22, of New Castle, Del., Church St. on Sunday from 1 to died Tuesday at Wilmington ^MortyinmJto^W Hospital of hepatitis. p u r the daughter of the tn e and Mrs. Harold E. at University. His interest is in ^niied hictnrv with «nprial ITlJny OI Uie on recent ecoKc Disneyland. Marineland Mrs John L. Brad- tools, lot of good household fur- their children have niture. See Ig. ad. 1 om a six week MR. MRS. WM. C. CLUPTER of the Jonn L - Ponton, Auctioneer visited parks, a and tour States. They national to recent f aant r a federal administra- Friends may call at the Et- I've policies pastor of the Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Frederick Memorial Park. She was late Mr. Grossnickle, formerly of Myersville. Also, grand daughter of the l ' lrst late Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Giossnickle, Myersville. She was a native of Bridgeville Del., and a member of the Union Methodist Church in R -. SSIF F PIT 7FR Bridgeville She graduated from MKs. BKnMt, *·· Fii^r.K Bridgeville High School and Wil- Funeral services for TM" mington School of Nursing in 1966. She is survived by her hus- Dr. Bragdon succeeds Dr. James Ranck who retired from Hood in June. Dr. Leila Stevens, lectured in funeral home on Tuesday education, has been a special- 11 a m. The Rev. Robert 'st for many years in the field of education. A graduate of Iowa State University, s h e 106 E. Funeral services will be held at man, ly returned from a weekend trip to Wrlliamsburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H Sands and family have returned to their home in Indiana after spending two weeks in Maryland. Mrs. Sands is the former Mary Anna Creager, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Attention All Uniieds There will be an important a n '1 special meeting of the United Fire Co. on Wed., Sept. 6 at 8 p m We urge all to attend. PRESIDENT A1C D. Thomas Huetmg and Funerals t Be*. s» M. Pitzer, were held on Friday earned her M.A. degree at the his wife, Marie, recently spent University of Chicago, and her one month visiting with Airman Ph.D. at the University of Wis- Hueting's parents, Mr. and Mrs. consin. She has taught at var- Darwin Hueting of North Marious colleges, including Georgia ket Street, Airman Hueting is State College and Salisbury stationed at Fairchild Air Force State College, in addition to Base in Spokane, Wash. Mrs. and private schools. Dr. Hueting is the former M a r i e , has published a num- Stup of Frederick and is the Millie's Lunch (Formerly Norman's Grill) LUNCH SPECIAL EVERY DAY 80c ALSO Dinners, Sandwiches Coffee. Sodas, etc. 66 S. Market St. Frederick, Md. Notice We will be closed MONDAY, SEPF. 4. SOUTHERN STATES CO-OP Woodsboro, Md with services at the band, John S. Hoffman; a sis- Funeral Home, Thurmont - t t * -^ the work of Miss Marter, Mrs. Lawrence Joseph o f ; p.m. Services were conducted by associate professor Chesapeake, V.,;. one ^ n ,^^^^«^ ber of articles on reading in daugh'.er of Mrs. Darothy Stup professional journals. She will of Frederick. Tobery Reunion SUN., SEPT. 10-12 NOON HUSKY PARK Basket Lunch and two aunts, Mrs. Doub Myersville and Mrs. Jos eph M. Grossnickle, Middletown. Funeral services were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Bridge ville. Burial was in the Bridgeville Cemetery. PHILLIPS G. PEARSON Phillips Garner Pearson, Go, husband of Sarah Cannady Pearson, who resided at 200 East Church Street, died at the Wal- Martins- education who is teaching in India this year under the United-States India Women's College Exchange Program. Mrs. Elizabeth Graybill Geis- j n g center burg, W. Va. Pallbearers were: Henry Davis, Dr. Raymond Ediger, Arthur Lambert, John Morgan, William Stillwell, and Ernest Utterback. Burial was made in h w tfi degrees of A B Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Fred- 6 erick. Among The Sick Mrs. Neva C. Nusz. 603 Wilson Place, Frederick, has been admitted to the Frederick Nurs- Blootlmobile (Continued From Page One) nors will be needed if the goal of i50 pints of blood is to be er will come to Hood as an assistant professor of English. She f .E 0 ! n Memorial Hospital Friday Juniata College and the M.F.A. observation and tests. in drama from Yale Univers- -- - -- ity. Since 1946 she has taught at Bridgewater College, where she also served as director of drama. Mrs. Julia V Keeney, 419 N Bentz St., entered Frederick for IN MEMORIAL In Memoriam In memory of Elizabeth Shaw, * Jl|| J 1 1 \ , 1 I 1 V S 4 J V/l J L J l i * J M « ^ . VIM u . i i v .. , Frank Evans Thompson Jr., who e(] a 3 ago ·*c~ie~t ir»f Y\wf\fctcc/\t* t\f orillf 9_ r _ . assistant professor of educa- ter Heed General Hospital, Fort ,, cnieved tion, is currently a candidate Detrick, on Friday evening. . SDecial invitation is extend- for the doctorate in education Mr. Pearson was born in Dered fo £ nfiw donors to take tnis - ^ .i-s..--«.., ~f v;, 0 ,n,, by, Conn., the son of '^^f opportunity to join the at AU but ago today, we lost you forever. Mrs comes to Hood as an assistant opportunity to join ick County Blood ..- c , thereby assuring themselves and the M.Ed degree their families of complete blood iversity of Virginia, coverage of total blood needs for the next 12 months. Blood is still in small supply and great demand and the long holiday weekend will place a --- , strain on this supply. This blood Saints Episcopal Churcn, i gr,.i.- hortage was evidenced in cor- - . uate of Yale University m 1C.M. rcspor f dence received this morn- Rree .at the University ,ng in the Red Cross Office, »I°TMia and has done and was sent out by the Washington Regional Blood Center Tuesday would be a good t u n e ollege students to donate Ur. Arthur and Jenny son Pearson. Surviving are his wife, Sarah Cannady Pearson; o'W daughter, Mrs. J. Wiley Campbell of Jacksonville, F'ondi; two grandchildren, Mary Can p- bell and Sally Campbell. He was a member of the All sweet memory, leaves us never. the University of Virginia. He is a graduate of the Uni- Program, versity^of Ma^andjindjwlds ^.^ As tho you were still here, our hearts and prayers as always, Wife and mother dear. LOVING HUSBAND CHILDREN Harvard Labor Day Supper Annual Bazaar ' Fried Chicken and Ham Hot vegetables and Homemade i rolls Served family style MONDAY, SEPT. 4" 1.00 p.m. on Social Room Calvary Methodist Church Mt. Airy, Sponsored by W.S.C.S. Bake and Gift Tables Adults $1.75 Children $1 00 Country Ham Fried Chicken Supper OCT. 7, 196V, 3 P.M. Hyattstown, Md. Adults $1.75 Children 7f.c Carry-outs 25c extra Benefit of Hyattstown Christian Church Fair Time! Plan your exhibit with Creative Signs GROFF SIGN STUDIO Rear 904 Ea.st St. 662-6266 due University. A graduate, he took his M.S. dc- of Cal- further at San Jose State College, the University of Oklahoma, ;j;iii the University of Georgia. Wilford replaces Miss Dzidra a member and first president of the Frederick Bridge Club, Fiederick Lodge No. 6H4 B P. O.E. , . Mr. Pearson has been eni'.' ·- CO ,, CBC aiunc.....-, «, u ^,. u .v. - . , . . ed at Fort Detrick for the j - P - t ^ ,.^ urning to classes . Anv . Rutenbergs m the department twelve years as a chemical .-r- ()ne n e e d i n g e transportation °* P.^ 51 ^ 1 sclences and m d t h t gmeer. . . . should call the Red Cross uf- matics. Funeral services will oe heic f|( , e foj . this service at the All Saints Episcopal . Church on Monday at 11 a m. The Rev. Maurice D. Ashbury, rector of th e church. wMl off ioi3tc The family requests that f I. w - music alone. A work's history, pupil personnel worker in Carthe literature on which it is toll County. She will teach based, related art and other to- courses taught last year by Dr. pics will be discussed, she ex- Michael Jessup (Continued From Page One) Mrs. Claire F. Knot-he of Westminster, instructor in education, is working toward her M.Ed, degree at Western Maryland College. A graduate of Hood, she served last year as a ers be omitted. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. in the depart- M.R. Etchison and Son. f u n - plained. eral directors. M U ' R I C K M. SNYDER Maurice M. Snyder, 91, of Biowmngsville, died T h u r s evening at the Vmdobona The p r i m a r y work can also be used to "spin-off" to related structor music Miss Trevvett continued For instance, Stravinsky's ballet Petrouschka can be used ment of education. Mrs. Mary Jane Young, in- in home economics, teach courses in the clothing and textile. A graduate of Mount Allison University in Sachville, New Brunswick. Can- In Memoriam , In memory of my daughter Shirley Ann Snurr who passed away 15 years ago August 23, 19. r 2. Your memory to us is a keepsake With which we will never part- Though God has you in His keeping. We'll always have you in 0111 hearts HER LOVING MOTHER, MRS. F'AULINE SNURR HER GRANDMOTHER, MRS. EVA HOUP HER BROTHER SISTER IN LAW MR. MRS GUY L SNURR, JH. HER UNCLE AUNT. MR MRS. LUTHER TOMS In Memoriam In loving memory of our son, Thomas R Peirell wh) passed away :i y r s ago, Sept. 4 H»M SIMMER Is Almost Gone of a son and was . Kclith E Snvder, and was a re- I 'ed farmer. He was a member "nHence Ixidge No. 190 AF · nd AM in Mt. Airy. Surviving are one son. Forn st B Snyder (if Brovuim^s- \ i l l e - two daughters, Mrs Pare- D;I Bcrtolini of .Scotch Plains, N .1 and Mrs Elsie Kmsey of F'cd.Tick: two sisters, Mf '-d-ssa Smith of Potomac and Mrs. Parepa Benson of B a l t i - n.o'-e survive. f'av evening ai me · to "spin-off" to the folk ballads -- - - - , . , , , . , Convalescent Home in Braddock w n i c h are employed in the work ada, she earned her M A. de( ; (((1 took our t l e a r «,,, away Heights. she said. " gree from Michigan State Um- Bom in Browningsville, he was ln s tudving ballet and opera, versitiy of the late John I^onard ln a r t U! : e{1 m scen ery and cos- Miss Car.dad Perez Lisneros Sennie Young Snder. He t w i l l also bc covered, lecturer in Spanish, will teach the husband of the late M I S S 'Trevvett continued. one of the beginning courses in To aid in the preparation of Spanish during the first sem- these illustrations for class ester. A candidate for the Ph D_ room use and study manuals, at the University of Maryland Miss Trevvett will be assisted by Miss Susan Smallwood, a senior at PJ. In addition to using an experimental curriculum, the program will bc offered on an experimental basis. Although it is basically designed for pres- . entation to seniors doing col- Mrs. (,r,ggs hold * , k-ge preparatory work. Miss degree from the University ... Five grandchildren also Tr vvctt w iu offer the program Alahama .; .. ., ,,,,,,,,,,,. /lf irvive. . to students of all intellectual .Mrs. Dorothy O Wagner, of Friends mav call at the Olm k %,. ls m a n y of whom have n e- 'mewood Dnvv . a s s i s t a n t in -- --·' "° me in -Mr^ev^fs^The de- ufe "cJtS^to MISS ' ^^program'was pu, - ^^.^ejcpenen^n^o- ...._ holds her A B and M.A degrees from the Universities of Havana and Santiago in Cuba. Another Hood graduate. Mrs Dale Cline Griggs, of Damas,- s, returns to the campus as a lecturer in home economics In memory's lovely garden Where remembered joy blooms fair Your memory dearest son Is the brightest blossom there. YOUR LOVING MOM DAD !.()( A l , M E N T I O N S Piiblif Auction We w i l l .sell the personal pro- pe;ty of the l a t e August W Priebe including f a r m machinery, bred heifers, hay, straw 20 acres growing corn on the f a r m While The Country Side Is Still Beautiful, About Treating Yourself And Your Friends To A Ride And Stop My CASTLE FARMS Ice Cream Shanty For Black Raspberry Ice Cieam And Why Not Trv Some Olhei Flavoi s I n T h e HARVEST CUP P ci ( mlv 2 r )- SUMMER FAMILY Annual Fall Supper | Country Ham and Turkey ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 3:30 P.M. UNTIL | Central Methodist Church | Ht 73 between New Market and Libertytown Adults $1.75 Children $1.00 Family Style - Dessert Included Public Auction We will sell on our farm located along the Johnsville Rd. 6 10 mile south of Middleburg Carroll Co., Md. 55 Holstein cat- [ tie, dairy equip., etc. on Sept. 16, 1967. MR. MRS. CARROLL FEW Glenn Jas. G. Trout, Aucts. Mehrle N. Wachter, Clerk 1967 Sunday Dinners Fried Chicken Country Ham ! Sept. 3-Oct. 8-Nov. 5-Dec. 3 WOODSBORO FIRE HALL Family Style-12:30 To 5 P.M. Adults $1 75 Children Under 12 75c Dessert Included-Carry Out Dinners $2.25 Benefit of the Woodsboro Fire Co., Inc. Public Sale SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1967 at 11:00 A.M. at Dickerson, Md. McCormick-Deering machinery, parts, repairs, supplies, etc See list. Closing out sale. LLOYD J. JONES LOUISE H. JONES Owners Emmert R. Bowlus, Auct. Bowlus Alexander, Clerks Public Auction Due to the death of my husband and having sold my farm, I will sell SAT., SEPT. 23 at II A M . on the premises one mile west of Woodsboro. Fred| erick County, Maryland along Route 550, household appliances, furniture, Ford tractor and cultivators, and miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. MRS. HARVEY H. WERKING Owner George William Smith New Midway, Maryland-Auct. Leslie U. Hutzell - Clerk , Church Supper, Jefferson United Church of Christ OOF 21 Annual Dinner SEPTEMBER 30, 3 P.M. ON Oyster, Country Ham Fried Chicken Browningsville Hall. Ht. 122 Public Auction 5th Annual \uction Kiwanis Club Of Frederick Benefit of Handicapped Children SEPT 9 10 A M At The Judging Pavilion Frederick Fair Grounds Many Items New Used Rummage Table Bake Stand Refreshment Stand Your Attendance Will Be Appreciated Putman-Stull-Renisburg Reunion-SEPT. 3, 1967 Mountaindale Picnif Grove JUG BRIDGE INN Hot Steamed Crabs Friday, Saturday Sunday Eat In - Or Take Out i Call 663-9VM) Notice We will be closed SEPT. 4, Labor Day, Southern States Valley Coop., Middletown. Md Junior Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary Will Hold Cafeteria Supper TUESDAY, SEPT. 5th, 6-30 p.m. Bring Covered Dish Guest Mercer. 1'oole Carmack Reunion Walkersville Carnival Grounds Sept. 10 -- 12 o'clock Bring Basket Lunch Annual Picnic j Carroll Manor Fire Co. SEPT 3. 2 I' M. Claggett Center, Buckeystown Members, Auxiliary Family Invited Annual Fall Supper CH7TOBER 14 Libertytown Methodist WSCS Shipley's Now Showing 1968 RCA And , SYLVANIA COLOR And Black 1 White TV's. Stereos And j Radios. Also A Few 1967 Models At Reduced Prices I SHIPLEY'S. INC I 12 i N. Market St. f,62 322) Smokehouse Apples Plums FLANIGAN ORCHAKD Thurmont, Md. 271-2775 The Big Mountaindale Picnic The Mountaindale union Sun {'ay School v i l l hold its tilird annual picnic Saturday. Sept 2nd Music by The Yellow Springs Band Address by Rev Kdward Fisher a f o r m e r pas tor of the Rocky H i l l Lutheran Church Plate lunch s e r v e d be Family I'M nit- Post No 9 Middletown, Md SEPT. t, P M Regular 4 Social Merntx-is Vi! Family $1 00 ea. Children under 14 f e ' Guests $:» Craftsmanship in P a i n t i n g Interior E\U i i»r I'hotit 6t5W,ll6 U :n D Boweis Luri.b"! (.'· FREE E M I M / i i F.S Ail Work Don* By Area s Best I ' - n n t e i s Satisfaction Gtiai Hiit·'«-! Yard Closed Labor Day E K E D E R K ' K J I ' N K C O M P A S V ESTATE AUCTION R. M. Thomas and A T Dir row as Adinims C.T A of trv Est of Ralph G. Thomas, w 11 sell Cattle, Machinery, D a n \ Equip., Household butch": ing items on the Ralph G Thom a.s f a r m located betwtn n Kt 13 and New Design Rd , 1 mile s(.uth of Adamstov.il. Md nn Wed . Sept. 13 at 10::(0 a m H Reesp Sho^mak''!, Jr , I Attorney I 117 N Court St . Frederick. Md Glenn Jas G T'-out. Auots. M e h r l e N Wacht-r, C l e r k School Girls! Back to school Haircuts HP duced' Effective A U G . 29 thru SEPT 13. Ret;. $2.50. Now $1.75 MARCEL HAIRSTYLISTS 662-611R Foam Rubber Center Shreddetl -- Cut to size RELIABLE JUNK CO. bth East Sts 663-4 4B2 MON. - FRI. 8 to 5 SAT. 8 to 12 noon Septic Tank Cl« aning NEISON TU( KER r,62-«474 Grill Man For Night Shift Top Pay All Benefits Apply In Person HORN HORN FAMILY RESTAURANT F'rederick Shopping Center Glade Valley Milling Co. Plants At Walkersville Woodsboro Will Be Closed l.abot Day MERUE C. SUMMERS Painting, Masonry, Carpentry -Spouting. Cement Work Phone Featuring the New Baby Doll Collection of Hair "styles For Fall ECKEH'S BEAUTY SALON MO ? 2471 Charlotte" . Soft Shell Crab* Hard Shell ( tabs Pan F r i e d Ch'.cken '·"'eaks. Seafood Platters- Md W a l k e i s v i l k , ,t4") W3i 1 will sell on my farm located i n m n K at .1 oo o'clock for $1 (' ,, »-., _ _ · - · . . \ni\l I ) , I A 1 A ^ " . * · i Plan to meet along the Black's Mill Rd.. 4 10 ^ _ mile west of Hessong Bridge t n j ( . .. ()](1 Time" Hd. and 1 7 10 miles north of Lewistovui, off of Rt 806 near U.S. 15 in Fredeiick Co., Md 45 Head of Dairy Cattle on THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1967 at 11 A.M. MR CHARLES I. KOLB Rt. 1, Thurmont, Md. Glenn Jas G. Trout, Auct. Mehrle S Wachter. Clerk volll f r i ' - i n l picnic W a i t r e s s Wnntrd Full rime or P a r t Time Hours Available foi Mother s With Children In School Apply in Person HORN HORN F A M I L Y RESTAURANT Frederick Shopping On*' r I Heavy Fi v i n g C Legs ( ) i B r e a s t s , I-b Smeai master's | (ca t(.(l at I ' m t v , Md , '2 mi off Molesworth Funeral Home Damascus where services will h, h-ld Sundav at 2 p m. Burial -·11 he in Belhcsda Methodist f^r-,rtorv in Browningsville l e f t f l e x i b l e enough to logical resea « e e x £,, teachers to experiment emnloyed at ^ the Rockefeller In( ., enn , as (; ° w " - Ht 97 at Sunshine and 7 mi east of Damascus along the Damascus ltd in Montgomery Co or. Sept 19, I'.t67 at 11 a m SYLVAN A PRIEBE A N N A MAHY OWINGS. p;xe utors of the p;.state of August W Prie'.X 1 Aucts I.b I,»-t's Not Forg 'I he Fresh Churned H u t t e ! At will be held at the funeral home ^ich wo^d ^nT^est"results. '"* »" addition - Mrs Waener today at B p.m. I i u i « » » i « - « » - r " - r - j»i i/i w Lt^iil. I I C I ft L w C A l^-* »n*v-m. " _ _ . . _ L A. \ « « x . i i « « » » . " » · · · - - · - - -- « Memorial Services |th varjous application 7 to see »« tut f n 'jj,^ 1 ,!,.?*%££; Mehrk ' N ' W - httr Clerk T'ne rtSJcSr 1 , w^afSSS ", b^nlSMiF^ return r ' c ^ an " » on ^ substitute teacn to dis- " Friday cuss tneir successes j^ fail- Lote 5^^^ rh^ r lp^ Town Westminster. diH their successes and in order to further tne Cot;-"** ^ w) F A S ! f umTiqo rioria Flliot of Han- slvidents next year. ' over. Pa., Mrs. Jean Gross- It's only .00, but it's a start. S r o n d Kutf Grotor, Polfy rex ly F stp^mfd A^.ar'* 1 1 P o l l T h r d Rjire K y m r y , O u n t r p lrr\ «(, K n c x k Arourd F,qhlh R«c- OcfJin V i m r V K L o v e r , r , y r ' y Colony I'uhlir Auction Saturday, September Ifi. Ii67 a t I I a m , a t Frederick County Agricultural Society Fairgrounds in F a i m and Garden Building, fine anti'Nio f u r n i t u r e etc for Dr Wm C Q i i y n n and Mr Kd w a r d I) Shrmer. Jr anl a few addei consignments Watch fot list in full by Sept 7th Rowlus Auction .Sales Service F.MMKKT R BOWU'S. Auctioneer CASTLF. F A R M S Sixes Bridge On The Monocacv R i v « - r Between Detour Krnmr'.sbui L ()[en Friday. Saturday, Sunday " 1 Till 7 P M Public Sale S a t u r d a y . September 21). 1W7. r, miles east of Frederick on U S Route 26 in Mt Pleasant, Md. House f u r n i s h i n g s , tooK, mach- i n e r y , etc R A Y M O N D BIDLK I g n a t i u s lA-a.so. -\uct Francis 1'ickett, clerk For Sale Homer M Kxgle property a! Court House in H.igt-r s t o w n . Tl'KS . SI' PT 1? 1 to '! 1 J M , 1 ' r o p e r t v lK'ated C h e ^ s v i l l e d i s t r i c t of \\ashmgtori Co con- t a i n s 88 A . i mile-, F.a.st of Hag- eistxvMi Cc'iiplete line of buildings in Kxxl condition T e r m s 10', cash at sale and b a l a n c e r,f (-,!- h w i t h i n liO d a y s Contact M \RY L R I D F N O r i t 1L'4-2V(«8 Route :i S n i i i h s b u r i ' Shippers Hed Nectarines Bartlett Pears R a r n r K ) Apples I n l i n e Plums PUYOR ORCHARD 2 rni West of T h u r m o n i Oi. Pry or Rd ' Itippeon SKPT 5, I 1 *) 7 \V«st on R o u t e 10. Approx I t miles, f r o m Maple station t u r n left on M y e r s v i l l e H a r m o n v Rd Watch for sign Basket lunch 12 o'clock In case of t a r n \M'! Painting Inter r "' Ex 1 e r r o r Fiee E s t i m a t e J O H N N Y SH \ N K I . E ^ SON P h o n e HW %?»} 6*"T ''T» l',\K SiiiniiU'i Sale! ·old H",. r Steamed Crab"Soft ''rab'- 'o!() Melor s 1 'ook i 'ut I'ooH A n d Suppli"^ I O M N N V s M. 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