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The Newt, Frederick, Md., Saturd*y, November 24, 1951 Weekly Church Services AU S*tete' Rev. Chas. M. Coldren, Th. D. Rev. Edmund L. Gettier. All Saints' Church: 8 a. ro.--Holy commutiion. 8:30 ». m.--Family service and church school. 11 a. m,~Morning - prayer and m., Thurs.--Holy corn- sermon. 10:30 « munion. St. Timothy's Chapel: 9-45 a. m.--Church school. 11 a. m.--Morning prayer and sermon. St. Barnabas' Chapel: 10 a. m.--Church schooL Evangelical Lutheran Church Rev. W. V. Garrett, pastor. Rev. E. J. Alexis, assis't. 8:45 a. m.--Early service. 9:45 a. m.--Church school. 11 a. m.--Service. 7-30 p. rn.--Thankoffering service, Mrs. Andrew Theisz, speaker. Presbyterian Church Rev. "W. M. Weaver, minister. 9:45 a. mu--Bible school. 11 a. m.--Church nursery. 11 a. m.--Worship. subject, "The Shadow of Peter," speaker, Rev, Minor Simpson 6:30 p. m.--Westminster Fellowship. 7:45 p. m.--Worship. Calvary Methodist Church Rev. Edward A, Godsey. minister. 9:45 a. m.--Church school. H a . m ._Worship, subject, "Inverted Hypocrisy." First Baptist Church Rev, W. C. Royal, pastor. Rev. R. I. Berghauser, supply. 9:45 a. m.--Bible school. 11 a. m.--Worship, subject, "We Are His Witnesses." 6 15 p. m.--Training Union. 7:30 p. m.--Worship. St. John's Catholic Church Rev. James M. Hogan. pastor. Rev. Herbert R. Jordan, assis't Rev. Robert A. Bozel. assist 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-30 a. m.--Sunday ''masses. 7:30 p. m--Miraculous Medal Novena devotions. 6-45 a. m., week days--Masses, Visitation chapel. 8 a. m.--Church. 7:30 p. m.., Wed.--Sodality devotions. Sat., 4:30 p. m. to 6 p. m , 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.--Confessions. Keycnar Holiness Christian Church Rev. Paul E. Freeman, minister. 9-30 a. m.--Sunday school. 10:30 *. m.--Worship. 6:45 p. m. -- Young People's meeting. 7:30 p. m.--Evangelistic service 7:45 p. m., Tues.--Prayer meet ing. i:45 p. m., Fri.--Cottage prayer meeting. Church Of Thr Brethren Rev. Ralph E White, minister. 9-45 a. m.--Church school. 11 a. m --Worship, subject. "Abraham Who Adventured With God." 7:30 p. m.--Worship. Trinity Methodist Chare*Rev. L. Gene Stewart, minister 10 a. m.--Church school. 11 a. m--Worship, topic, "Beauty and Brutality.' 1 7:30 p. m.--M. Y. F. The Bethel Tabernacle Rev. A. F. Sengstack, pastor. 10 a. m --Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. 7 30 p. m --Evangelistic servicp ' 7:30 p. m., Thurs.--Prayer service. Christian Science Society Pythian Castle. N. Court Street 11 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Church service, tub- ject, "Soul and Body." Full Gospel Church Rev. Bion E. Cecil, pastor. 9 45 s. m.--Church school. 11 a. m, ·Worship. 7.30 p. m --Evangelistic service Grace Evangelical And Reformed Church Rev. R. E. Wilhelm. pastor. 9:45 a. m.--Church school. 11 a m.--Worship, subject, "First of AU." 11 a. m.--Junior church. Parkway Church Of God Rev. F. P. Brose, pastor. 9:45 a. m.--Sunday schooL 10:45 a. m.--Worship. 6:30 p. m.--C. G. Y. A. meeting. Evangelical Reformed Church Rev. Paul L. Althousr. pastor. Dr. H. L G Kieffer, emeritus. 9.45 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. County Churches Grace Trinity Evangelical And Reformed Church Rev. Walter D. Mehrling, pastor. 9:30 a. m.--Worship. 10:30 a. m.--Church schooL Ijamsville, Urbana, Araby, Flint Hill Methodist Churches Rev. John W. Kuschel, pastor. Ijamsville: 9 a. m.--Sunday school. 8 p. m.--Combined sedvice. Urbana: 10 a. m--Sunday school. 11 a m.--Service. Araby: 10 a. m.--Service. 11 a. rn.--Sunday school. Flint Hill: 9 a. m.--Church service. 10 a. m.--Sunday school. Rocky Rtdjre Church Of The Brethren Rev. S. R. Weybright, elder. 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school. 10:30 a. rn.--Worship, speaker Hev. Robert H. McKay. New Market Methodist Church Rev. Thomas Morgan, minister. New Market: 10 a, m.--Church school. 11 a. m.--Worship. Central: 10 a. m.--Worship, 11 a. m.--Church school. Mt. Carmel: .10 a. m,--Church school. 11 a. m.--Youth Fellowship. ^~ Brook. Hiil Methodist Church Rev. L. G. Stewart, minister. 8:30 a. m.--Worship. 10:30 a. m.--Church school. Walkergville Methodist Church Rev. Ben F. Hartley, minister. Le wistown: 9:30 «. m.--Worship. 10:30 a. m.--Church school. Walkersville: . 9:30 «, m.--Church school. 10:45 a. m.--Worship. · Mt. Pleasant: 9:36 «. m.--Church school. Mt. Zion: 1:30 p. M.--Ctaurch tchML 2:30 p, m.~-Worshfo Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Rev. L. P. F. Vauthier, rector. Point of Rocks: 9:30 a. m.--Morning prayer. Zion, Urbana: 11:15 a. rn.--Morning prayer. Grace, New Market: 10:30 a. m.--Church school. 7:30 p. m.--Evening prayer. Mt. Airy Calvary Brethren Church (Primitive Baptist Building) Rev. C. F. Holsopple, pastor. 2'30 p. m.--Worship. Germantown Bethel-Blue Mountain Churches of God Rev. Clarence McGaha, pastor Germantown Bethel: 9:30 a. m--Bible school. 10'30 a. m --Worship. 7 p. m --Christian Endeavor. Blue Mountain' 9:30 a. m --Bible school. 7-30 p. m. -- Revival meeting each evening of week, 7:30 p. m. Rev, H. R. Jcnkerson. Adamstown Trinity Evangelical And Reformed Church Rev. Walter D. Mehrling. pastor 9 45 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Thankoffering service 7:30 p. v m --Christian Endeavor Doubs Methodist Charge Rev. James C. Haskin, minister Doubs: 9 a m --Church schooL 7 30 p. m.--Worship. Forest Grovo- 10 a m--Church school. Point of Rocks 1 10 a m--Church school 11 a m--Worship. Point of Rocks H a m--Worship. Jefferson: 10 45 a, m --Church school. 9 45 a. m.--Worship. Buckeystown MHhodlst Charge Rev. 1. P. Blackman, minister. Rev. O. B. Jackson, assis't. Pleasant View. 10 n. m -- S u n d a y school. 3 p m --Harvest home service Rev. Sherman Mason, speaker. Sunnysidc: 12 30 p. m -- S u n d a y school. ] 30 p m --Worship. Buckcyslown: 10 a. m.--Sunday school. 7 30 p. m --Worship. VVootlsboro Lutheran Parish Rev. R. C. Myers, pastor. Woodsboro: 9 30 a. m.--Sunday schooL 10:30 a. m.--Worship. Hnugh's. ! 15 n, m--Worship. 10-15 a m -- S u n d a y school. Rocky Hill- 1 p. m --Sundnv school. 2 p rn--Worship. Chapel' 10 n. m--Sunday school. Union Bridge Lutheran Tarlih Supply pastor from Gettysburg College. St .lames: P 30 a. m.--Sunday school. 10-30 a. m.--Worship. Mt. Tabor: Reformed service. 10:30 a. m.--Sunday schooL Keysville: 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school. No worship. Mycrsvllle Ev. U. B. Church Rev. E. Stephen Raby, pastor. Pleasant Walk: 9 a. m.--Worship. 10 a. m--Church schooL Myersville: 9 a. m.--Church school. 10 a. m.--Worship. 8 p. m.--Youth fellowship Middletown: 10 a. m.--Church school. 11:15 a. m.--Worship. Myersville Lutheran Church Rev. R. L. Markley, pastor. St. Marks, Wolfsville: 9 , m.--Worship. Church school will follow wor ship. St. Paul, Myersville: 9:20 a. m.--Church school. 10:30 a. m.--Worship. St. John, Church Hill: 9.30 a. m.--Church school. Glade Evangelical And Reformed Church, Walkersville Rev. Chas. A. Price, minister. 10 a. m.--Church school. 9:15 a. m.--Worship. 7:30 p. m.--Youth Fellowship. St. John's, Woodsboro: 10 a. m.--Church school. 11 a. m.--Worship. Edjrewood, Oak Hill, And Bark Hill Churches Of God Rev. Robert Easterday, pastor. Edgewocd: 10 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. 7:30 p. m.--Christian Endeavor. 7-30 p. ,m., Tues.--Bible study Oak Hill: 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school. Bark Hill: 9.30 a. m.--Sunday school. 7:30 p. m.--Worship. Utica Lutheran Parish Rev. E. Koontz 'Helwig, pastor. Bethel: 9:45 a. m. -- Church school. 10:45 a. m.-- Service. Creagerstown: 9:30 a. m. -- Church school. Utica: 9:15 a. m. -- Service. 10:15 a. m. -- Church school. Walkersville: 9:30 a. m. -- Church schooL 7:30 p. m.-- Thankoffering, Mrs. J. Leon Haines, speaker. Graccham Moravian Church Rev. Paul Zeller, pastor. 9:30 a. m. -- Church school. 10:30 a. m.-- Worship. 7 p. m.-- Christian Endeavor. Brunswick And Petersvllle St. Francis Parish Rev. Paul J. Dougherty, pastor. St. Francis, Brunswick: 8:30 a. m.-- Mass. 9:30 a. m. -- Sunday school. 7:30 ,p. m., Wed.-- Novena serv- St. Mary's Petersville: 9:30 «. m.. Nov. 25 nchool. .10:30 «. m. -- Mas*. Sunday Tburmont Ev, 1). B. Chart:* Rev. Ivan G. Naugle, pastor. Thurmont: 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school. 10:30 a. m.--Worship. 6:30 p. m.--Youth Fellowship. Deerfield- 9 a. m.--Worship. 10 a. m.--Sunday schor'. Tburmont Lutheran Charge Rev. C. H. Corbett, pastor. Thurmont: 9:30 a. in.--Sunday schooL 10:45 a. m.--Worship. 7:30 p. m.--Thankoffering service. Sabillasville: 9:30 a. m.--Sunday schooL Thurmont Methodist Church Rev. A. E. Grim, pastor. Emmitsburg: 9 a. m.--Worship. 10 a. m.--Sunday school. Tom's Creek: 9 a. m --Sunday school. 10 a. m.--Worship. Thurmont: 10 a. m.--Sunday school. 11:15 a. m.--Worship. Catoctin: 1:30 p. m.--Sunday schooL Thurmcml Catholic Church Rev. Vincent J. Tomalski, pastor. 9 a. m.--Mass. Confessions before mass. Thurmont Church of the Brethren Rev. Carl Yoder, pastor. 10 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. Thurmont Reformed Church Rev. Edouard Taylor, pastor. Apple's: 10 a. m.--Church school. Mt Tabor: 9 30 a rn --Worship. 10-30 a. m.--Church school. Trinity: 9*45 a. m.--Church school. 11 a. m.--Thankoffering service. Sabillasville Reformed Charge Rev. Claude H. Corl, pastor. St. Jacob's: Sunday school at regular hour. St. Stephen's: 9'30 a. m.--Sunday schooL St. John's: 9 30 a. m.--Sunday schooL Thurmont Episcopal Church Rev. Oscar F. R. Treder, pastor. Harriot Chapel, Catoctin: S):45 a. m.--Church schooL 11 a. m--Service and sermon. First and third Sunday -- Holy communion. 7 p. m.. Thurs--Young People's Fellowship St Stephen's, Thurmont:' 8 a. m --Holy communion. Wolfsville Ev. U. I. Church Rev. Albert Snyder, pastor. Wolfsville. 0-45 a. rn.--Sunday school. Garfield: 9:45 a. m.--Sunday schooL SmHhsburjr Methodist Church Rev. Orrin Carroll, minister. SmithsburR: 9 4 5 n. m.--Worship. 10 45 n. m --Sunday school. Mt. Bethel: Second and fourth Sundays-Sunday school. 2 p. in.--Worship. Mt. Zion: First nnd third Sundays--Sunday school, 2 p. m. 3 p. m.--Worship. Mid tile town Christ Evangelical And Reformed Clmreh Rev. Warren A. Breisch, pastor. 9'30 a. rn.--Church school. 10:45 a. m.--Worship. 6:30 p. rn--Junior C. E Burkittsville: 9:30 n. m.--Worship. Midclletown Lutheran Church Rev. H. J. McCarney, pastor. 9.30 a m.--Sunday school. 10:45 a. m.--Thankoffering ice, Dr. A. R. Wentz. Brunswick Lutheran Charge Rev. Ralph H. Miller, pastor. Brunswick: 9-45 a. m --Church school. 11 a. rn. and 7:30 p. m.--Worship. Petersville- 10 a. m.--Church schooL Burkittsville Lutheran Charge Rev. Martin L. Zirkle, pastor. St. Paul's: 9:45 a. m--Sunday schooL 11 a. m --Worship. Braddock: 9'30 a. m.--Worship. 10:30 a. m.--Sunday school. Middletown Valley Church Of The Brethren Rev. Samuel D. Lindsay, pastor. Grossnickle's: 9-30 a. m.--Church schooL 10 30 a. m.--Worship. Myersville: 9:45 a. m.--Church school. · 10:45 a. m.--Worship. Harmony: 9-30 a. m.--Worship. 10:30 a. m.--Church schooL Pleasant Vlew-Sharpsburg Churches of the Brethren Rev. John S. Bowlus. elder. Pleasant View: 9.30 a. m.--Sunday school. 10 30 a. m.--Worship, Rev. David Petre, speaker. Brunswick Christian And Missionary Alliance Rev. Franklin J. Klein, pastor. 9-45 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. 7 p. m.--Youth Fellowship. 7:45 p. m.--Evangelistic service. 7:30 p. m., Wed.--Prayer service. Brunswick St Mark's Episcopal Parish Rev. Paul E. Shultz, rector. Grace Church: 7'30 a. m.--Holy communion. 9:30 a. m.--Church school. 7:30 p. m.--Prayer and sermon. St, Luke's, Brownsville: 11 a. m.--Holy communion and sermon. St. Mark's, Merryland Tract: 9:30 a. m.--Church school. Weverton Baptist Church Rev. S. A. Candal, minister. 9:-J5 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. 6:15 p. m.--Training Union. 7:30 p. m.--Worship. 7:30 p. m, -- Mid-week prayer service Manor Lutheran Parish Rev. A. Roger Gobbel. pastor. St. Mark's: 9 a. m.--Service. · 10 a. m.--Sunday school. St. Luke's: 10 a. m.--Sunday schooL 11 a. m.--Service. St, Matthew's: 10 «, m.--Sunday tchooL 7:30 p. m--Service. Sam's Creek, Beaver Dam, Edgewood Churches of the Brethren Rev. Paul Fike, pastor. 10 a. m.--Sunday schooL 11 a. m.--Worship at Edgewood church. Nov. 30--Family nite, Rev. Harry Gardner, guest speaker. Beaver Dam: 10 a. m --Sunday schooL 11 a. m.--Worship at Edgewood church. Edgewood: 10 a. m.--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. Monrovia Church Of The Brethren Rev. i Carl F. Smith, pastor. 10 a. m.--Church school. 11 a. m.--Worship. Locust Grove, near Linganore: 10 a. m.--Church school. i 11 a. m.--Worship, Rev. William Baker, speaker. Brunswick First Baptist Church Hev. L. D. Carmack, pastor. 9:30 a. m,--Sunday school. 11 a. m.--Worship. 6:15 p. m.--Training Union.. 7:30 p. m--Worship. 7:15 p. m., Wed.--Prayer meeting. Brunswick First Methodist Church Rev. Geo. H. Bennett, minister. 9:45 a. rn.--Church school. 11 a. m.--Worship. 6:30 p. m.--Fellowship hour. 7:45 p. m.--Worship. Brunswiek-Lovettsville Evangelical And Reformed Church Rev. N. H. Fravel, pastor. First Church, Brunswick: 10:15 a. m.--Church school. 11:15 a. m.--Worship, thankof- fering service. St. James, Lovettsville: 9:15 a. m.--Church school. 10 a m.--Worship, thankoffer- ing service. Brunswick Church Of God Rev. Clair E. Ebersole, pastor. 10 a. m.--Bible school. 7 p. m.--Young People's service. 7:30 p. m.--Worship. 7.30 p. m.. Wed.--Prayer service. Strength For Today By Earl L. Douglass THE BOOK AND ITS WORK Listen to what some of the world's truly great have said about the Bible: Said Lincoln, "Take all of this Book that you can upon reason, and the balance on faith, and you will live and die a better man." Said Coleridge, "The'words of the Bible find me at greater depths of my being than all other books put together." Said Ruskin, "Whatever I have done in my life has simply been due to the fact that, when I was a child, my mother daily read with me a part of the Bible and daily made me learn a part of it by heart." Even Huxley, the famous agnostic scientist, had this to say. "The Bible has been the Magna Charta of the poor and oppressed." Gladstone, the great English statesman declared, "What crisis, what trouble, what perplexity of life has failed or can fail to diaw from this inexhaustible treasure-house its proper supply?" The rules for reading the Bible arc. Read it regularly. Read it thoughtfully. Reflect upon what you have read. Read it with full faith that Its truths will work if you will try to put them into operation. From time immemorial the Bible has been infusing life in the souls of men and shedding lipht on their pathways. It can perform the same service for us. (Copyright Babson Newspaper Synd.) 80 JOIN CLASSES Approximately 80 persons have signed up for the adult education classes in artmetal and woodworking according to Stephen K. Moster, instructor at Frederick H i g h School. Funds have been provided to permit at least two classes to be held. However, there are still difficulties to be overcome with respect to the sire of classes, meeting times, and utilization of equipment and space. A meeting will be held in the woodworking shop at the high school on Tuesday, at 7 p. m. for those who have signed up for the classes under Mr. Mester to decide on what evenings the classes will be held and to order supplies. CLASS MEETING HELD The monthly meeting of the Builders' Class of the Frederick Church of the Brethren was held November 15, at the home of Mrs. Charles Swomley, Walkersville, with 17 members present. The Thanksgiving program included: Scripture reading by Mrs. Florence McBride; prayer by Mrs. Virginia Williams: reading, '"Thanksgiving Holiday,'' Mrs. Virginia Thomas, and games in charge of Mrs. Madeline Cecil. A Christmas party was arranged for December 20, at Feagaville Community Hall. Members and their families will be invited. The next meeting is planned in January at the church. The Mi/pah benediction closed meeting. BANQUET THURSDAY TANEYTOWN, Nov. 23--The Taneytown Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual banquet in the local high schooi on Thursday evening, Nov. 29. Women of Baust Reformed church will prepare and serve the meal. There will be a male quartet from Hagerstown. Also Mrs. Mary Donegan Howe and her assistant from Chambersburg, Pa. Mrs. Howe is a well known organist and accordionist. Rev. Dr. Paul Robinson, pastor of the Church of the Brethren, Hagerstown will be the speaker. CUBS VISIT PLANT Twelve boys, members of the Walkersville Cub Pack, accompanied by three den chiefs and six adult advisors, toured the plant and facilities of the News-Post Friday afternoon and observed The News being printed. Cubs making the trip included Carroll Schildt, Fred Wisner. Meredith Wisner, Bobby Frock, Bobby Hooper, Ronald Smith, Richard Zimmerman, Harry Crum, Eddie Trout, Melvin Mills, Grayson Haller, III, and Billy Brooks. Others were Dick Smith, Jack Moberly and Eddie Zimmerman, den chiefs, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brooks, Mrs, Roger Zimmerman and Mrs. J. Harold Hooper. S. 5. Lesson WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO WORSHIP GOD? By WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D. The history of reli|ious worship among all peoples provides an array of strange, amazing, Incongruous, and even tragic facts. Jt has been marked by all manner of superstitions and corresponding devious practices, even among cultured peoples. It has been accompanied by cruel human sacrifices. In areas of paigan culture, both ancient and modern, obscene practices have been sanctioned within the precincts of the temple. Among the Jews worship began and continued upon a higher plane. Abraham, who turned from idolatry of his home in Chaldea under divine prompting quickly renounced the impulse toward human sacrifice. Animal sacrifice was long associated with Jewish worship, and 1 suppose it underlies the kosher requirements recognized among Jews today. But early in Israel all such sacrifice became a symbol of the sacrifice of a devout heart. The insistence upon true worship was repeatedly declared. The prophet Amos was not alone in the intensity of his declaration, when he represented God as saying "I hate, I despise your feast days, and I will not smell in your "solemn assemblies." "Let judgment, 1 ' He said, "run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream." Other prophets lifted their voices in the demand for social justice and righteousness as an evidence of the sincerity of worship. In the individual the highest form of true worship found expression in experiences of which the 139th Psalm is typical: "Search me, O God and know my heart; try me, and know my thoughts: and see if there be any wicked way in me and lead me in the way everlasting." Such a spirit in worship, wherever it is manifest, transcends all rituals and forms; and rituals and forms have reality only when they are the symbols and accompaniments of such earnest quest of God and of the way of truth and right It is obvious that worship with many in all branches of religions is a formal matter, little related to righteousness and zeal in daily life. If it were not so, churches would be more powerful. It is true, of course, that vast numbers today do not attend religious services, or practice worship at all. But does any one imagine that the forces of gambling, political corruption, drinking, and debauchery have been, or are, confined to the churchless and irreligious? A m o n g disparagers of the church it has always been my contention that it is in the churches that the best people in the community will be found -- always allowing for some good sheep that arc not of the fold. But I have also observed that often it is also in the churches that the worst people in the community are to be found, using the cloak of rel'siotis formalism to cover up their evil. Worship is meaningless unless we remember that: "God is a Spirit. and they that worship Him must worship in spirit and in truth." That is the everlasting word against all pretense and formalism. QUICK RESULTS PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 23 (/P)-New traffic lights started blinking at a suburban Haverford Township intersection today. One hour and 20 minutes later they went out. A motorist knocked one down and put them all out of commission. About 75 per cent of the European demand for U. S. coal is for netalltirftioal Rrf 1 "*. WITH YOUR COMFQIffl VOH Need COAL Call 2O2 Markell Ford ORGAN Smes i5. Two Manual *· "HA ne-w, two ininiiaf ttooic organ makes k possible focaoy cfaatteh, cbapd or home to turn gtociow, organ mane *c low COM. A denKwwtratioc inspiring loae, dasstcai beraty a»d life-loo^ coosttactioa. CONVENIENT TERMS LONIAl m sir 14 East Patrick St. GO 10 Cl . Every Sunday Jimmy stands here in the choir loft along with twenty other boys singing some of the most glorious musk ever written. For three years he has been singing for his church, and now after these many months he wouldn't miss practices for the world. But it wasn't always like that! During those first months tears were shed and Dad had to force Jimmy to attend rehearsals, because you see Jimmy didn't know what was best. There is a job for everybody at church. Maybe it isn't as obvious as singing in the choir. Maybe it's something that's never been done before. But the thing is, you'll never know until you go and find out. All of us aren't as lucky as Jimmy. Most of us, and especially we grown-ups, don't have anyone to insist that we go to church. But the need is there. We need the church and its teaching, and the church needs us to extend its work and services. Go to church next Sunday and find out how you can best serve God. CHBBCH FOB AU . *"· F °S THE CHOUGH democracy »~. .£ rc ' 1 ' neither survive Th^T drT^* 1 «» rcosQQs Tvhv AVA -*wur SOUHQ attend servir*** -«,_[ Person should . Tuesday LBV t 1951 Kctstcr Ad* Service. Strubtn-g. Va. This Series of Ads is Being Published Each Week and is Sponsored by the Following Individuals and Business Establishments: ZIMMERMAN'S FLORIST COLLEGE AVE.--PHONE 1251 KEY CHEVROLET SALES, INC. CADILLAC-CHEVROLET Service All Makes HARMONY GROVE FEED AND SUPPLY, INC. CUSTOM GRINDING AND MIXING Harmony Grove, Md. FREDERICK COUNTY PRODUCTS INC. 1927 BLUE RIDGE BRAND--CATOCTIN BRAND MEAT PRODUCTS BOYER TRANSPORTATION CO. INC. MOVING--STORAGE--CRATING Kraoxville, Md. Phone Brunswick 4768 CONWAY'S ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Construction and Maintenance 411 Middle St. Phone 2660 WOODSBORO IMPLEMENT CO. "YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER" Woodsboro, Md. Phone Walkersville 3172 WOODSBORO LIVESTOCK SALES, INC. SALES EVERT TUESDAY Woodsboro, Md. THE IDEAL GARAGE CO., INC. "BUICK SALES AND SERVICE" "Since 1911" 112-114 E. Patrick St. Phone 400 CARMACK'S GROCERY FANCY MEATS GROCERIES GLEN R. NIKIRK'S MASTER PAINTERS DECORATORS Phone 656 E. W. REEDER PLUMBING-HEATING Phone 829 O AND D SERVICE STATION SHELL PRODUCTS ' E. Patrick and Water Sts. STONY'S RADIO SERVICE RADIOS AND TELEVISION ..HOT POINT APPLIANCES 362 W. Patrick St. PRICE ELECTRIC CORP. Frederick, Md. THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. Ford Sales St Service FIRE INSURANCE THE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. OF FREpERICK COUNTY FREDERICK PRODUCE CO. INC. Wholesale Distributors DULANY FROZEN FOODS BUD'S ESSO STATION J. Norman Despeaux, Prop. 167 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. JOHN T. FOGLE ALLIS-CHALMERS SALES SERVICB New Midway, Md. FREDERICK TAILORING CO. HOME OF NORTHCOOL TROPICALS EBERT ICE CREAM CO. MFG. OF EBERT'S FAMOUS ICE CREAM SINGER SEWING CENTER 11 N. Market St. Phone 2473 Frederick, Md. HILLSIDE COAL OIL CO. We Will Keep The Home Fires Burning: With Coal Or Fuel Oil FISHER'S HEATING AND PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 13 E. Patrick St. Phone 210 GAINES SHOE STORE HOME OF WEATHER BIRD SHOES 137 N. Market St. Across from City Opera House RENN PONTIAC CO. 525 N. Market St. Phone 978 RONEY MOTOR CO. REMSBERG'S JEWELRY STORE Francis Scott Key Hotel CHESTNUT FARMS-CHEVY CHASE DAIRY Sealtest Dairy Products THOMAS F. KENNEDY PLUMBING AND HEATING "DELCO" OIL BURNERS STOKERS 28 S. Market St. Phone 693 REMSBURG TRANSPORTATION CO. MILK TRANSPORTATION Braddock Heights, Md. JOHNSON'S CLEANERS-DYERS S08 N. Market St. Phone 1242 GLADE VALLEY-GARBER, INC. BREAD--ROLLS--CAKES CERESVILLE MOTOR CO. FERGUSON-MASSEY HARRIS NEW HOLLAND SALES SERVICE Frederick, Md. Route No. 1. Phone 2171-J RAMSBURG FERTILIZER FOSTER'S HARDWARE AND . AND PAINT STORE 328 N. Market St. THOMAS J. CRUM CONTRACTOR Frederick, Md. us i i JEWS PA PER I .NFW SPA PERI

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