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November 26, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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' Emmltsburg EMMITSBURG--The executive committee for the Lutheran bazaar appointed committee chairmen for the various functions in connection with the annual Christmas Bazaar to be held at the Parish House Saturday. Dec. 8. The committee chairmen were named as follows: Fancy work. Mrs. D. L. Beegle and Mrs. Frank Shuff; cake, Mrs. E. R. Shriver and Mrs. Clara Harner; candy, Mrs. Clarence Hahn and Helen Neighbours; pies, Mrs. Charles Sharrer and Mrs. Charles Linn. ' EMMITSBURG--Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Topper and family, Allentown, Pa., spent the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Guy Topper, West Main street. --Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers Topper, : 'Mt. Airy, and Mr. and Mrs. William Topper were guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Topper. --Guests on Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoke were Mr. and Mrs. Emory Summers, Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gingell, and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hoke and family. --Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Rodgers were Mr. and Mrs. John Owens and family, Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rodgers and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Rodgers and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rodgers. --George L. Wilffide attended on Monday evening the meeting and dinner held at the American Legion building in Westminster by the National Association of Bank Auditors. --Maurice Fitz, Jr. U. S- Air, FoVce, stationed at Fort Belvoir, iVa., is spending a fifteen-day fur- ~lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fitz, Sr. before leaving for overseas duty. --Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Freeman, Washington, were guests on the holiday of Mr. Freeman's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Freeman. --Allen Sanders and sister Mariann, Washington, spent several days during the week ·with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sanders. --Eugene Bouey, St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, spent Thanksgiving Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bouey. --Charles Cinegran has resigned his position in Chicago and is residing with his wife who is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W, Eckenrode, Center Square. --Miss Loretta Boyle, Frederick Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, spent the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Boyle. · · Bolivar BOLIVAH W. Va.--Mrs. Muriel Faherty, of Baltimore, spent a few days with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Butts. --Mrs. Jessica Butts has closed up her home on Camp Hill and has gone to Morgantown, W. Va., to spend the winter months with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Sturm. --The Friendship Fire Company was called to Storer College on Monday to extinguish a fire in the Science Building, which is thought to have been caused by an overheated pipe. --Pvt. Cyrus Cavalier has written his parents that he has arrived safely in Munich, Germany. He is a member of the 43rd Division Motor Corps. --Mr. and Mrs. John Newcomer and family spent Saturday in Wash- iungton. ~ --Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jones, of. Frederick, spent Sunday at the Radio Program APPLES Grimes--Delicious Stayman--Yorks Sweet Cider WALKER ORCHARDS Mt. Airy 74-J GAS 9 FASTER · COOLER Kitchen · CLEANER · CHEAPER FREDERICK BOTTLED GAS CO. 410 N. Market Street Phone 1684-W TODAY JOIN HOSPITAL AID ·The answers to everyday insurance problems* By EDWIN E. STOFFER QUESTION: I have read that smoke damage is listed in the Extended Coverafie clause of a fire insurance policy. Will that clause insure-payment for damage to walls and ceiling from a smoky fire iplace? 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Variety--all net* t Television Summary 7:30--Screen Test--abc 8:00--Paul Winchell--nbo Video Theater--cbs Detective Drama--abo 8:30--Barlow Concert--nbe Talent Scouts--cbs Lifa Begins at SO--abc Science Review--DuMont 9:00--Lishts Out--nbo I Love Lucy--cbs Hour of Film--abc New Jersey Wrestling---DuMont 9:30--Theater Hour--nbo It's News to Mo--cbs 10:00--Studio One--cbs Bill Gwlnn Film--abc 10:30--Who Said That--ni* Stud's Place--abo home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dahlin, on Camp Hill. --Mr- Donald Eackles attended an Eastern Panhandle Funeral Directors Association meeting in Piedmont last week. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley, Jr., and family, of Washington, accompanied by their niece and nephew, Janet Lee Brown and Jay Brown, spent the weekend with the former's father, Mr. Charles Riley, Sr.. in Harpers Ferry. They all visited Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Shipley in Martinsburg during their visit. --The «Art Department of the Woman's Club will meet on the first and third Tuesdays of every month at two p. m. in the Club House. House. --Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sanford and little daughter, of Hyattsville, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ramsdili. --Mr. and Mrs Harry Lawson spent Sunday in Waynesboro, Pa., at the home of Mr. Hoke Smith, whose son, Hoke, Jr., and family, HEARING AID PHILOS9PHY A hearing: aid is just as satisfactory to the user as the service constantly available. Your hearing aid needs good fresh batteries, sometimes a broken or defective cord replaced or set repaired. Patronizing a Frederick firm assures daily service and free loaner if needed. FREDERICK HEARING AID CENTER Phone 842 4 W. Patrick St. D R U l f V r/J£Affl£W DAMASGUS;MD. Monday, Nov. 26th "HIS KIND OF WOMAN" Robert Mitchum Jane Russell Latest News Shows: 7:15, 9:15 Doors Open Daily At 10:45 A. M. Continuous Shows From 11 A. M. » Today Tomorrow Young People...Asking So Much of Life...Taking So Much of Love! SKUPt CIIFT-TAYLOR-WINTERS . GEORGE STEVENS'-- * A PUCE IN THE SUN -tfiFEWASSEllt ·££ emH Whw !« "*"* *"** ' *" °" ZUr - THEODOK WSISER - ram Km an man «"· «· "*· WEDNESDAY--THURSDAY UNBELIEVABLY ' EXCITING! Six men OH a raft aer»« th« Pacific! SOUBSEt pnsints luthor tf tht kut-tilter -PLUS A FEATURETTE BASED ON LEO | TOLSTOY'S Most Inspiring Story! /* /^*- * Guest mother's .home. --Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Robinson and family spent Sunday in Penn» sylvania with relatives and friends. --Mr. and Mrs. William Spickler served a dinner at their horn* on Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dudrow, who will move to Washington the last of this week. Mr. Dudrow has employment there. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eackles. --Mrs. William Beck, of Washington, has been visiting relatives and friends on Camp Hill. --Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Ambrosia, of Tacoma Park, near Washington, visited their aunt, Mrs. Fannie Lowman, on Sunday. --Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nussear and family, of Hagerstown, and Mr. Phillip DeLawder, of Washington, spent last Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Agnes DeLawder, on Camp Hill. --Mrs. Lewis Nichols, of Harpers Ferry, has accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Dalton, and small son, to Chicago to join Mr. Dalton, who is practicing law there. Mrs. Nichols will remain with her daughter and family for a week. --Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edwards, on Camp Hill, were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thompson and daughters, Ruth. Eleanor and Dorothy, of Shepherdstown, Mr. Robert Whittington, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reynold, of Smiths- ·burg, Md. --Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edwards, of Camp Hill, attended the funeral u. ..'i !» On,i.._i.ui-ta*, ftir Purcell Koonce, of near Round Hill, Va., on Monday afternoon. --Mrs. Minnie Virts U Imprpving at her home on Camp Hill, after being very much indisposed. --Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dudrow and little daughter. Martha, are moving to Washington where Mr. Dudrow has a government position. They have been living in the Oramc property for some time. The John Glover. Jr., family will move from the Dailey property to the property vacated by the Dudrow family, --A party was given on last Saturday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Webb, in honor of the ninth birthday of their son, Ernie. Those present were Eddie Garten. Donnie Lancaster, Terry Glover, Jess Van Evers, Brent Davidson, Frank Hardy, Bobby Loudan, Jackie Loudan, Larry Wilt, Laureda Webb and June Lee Webb. The birthday cake was decorated with nine tiny flags arranged among the nine candles. Very small flags were used for other decorations. --Raymond Luther Noland, A. D. 3, of the U. S. Navy. Norfolk, Va., accompanied, by a friend, Michael Kolanda, also of the U. S. Navy, and both from aboard the U. S. Salerno Bay, spent the weekend with the former's mother, Mrs. Claude Noland. Union Bridge UNION BRIDGE. Nov. 26 -- The ground-breaking ceremony for the new church building of the Church ONLY '35 DOWN GIANT 20" SCREEN HAVE TV IN YOUR HOME TAKE 1« MOS. TO JPAY MUNTZTV PROVEN OUTSTANDING IN FREDERICK AREA SAVE 200 OR MORE JACK KENNEDY PHONE 2146-R FULL One Year Guarantee You Own It! You can have your own 3 bedroom Home a month Includes principal, interest, taxes insurance $1350 down Phone Brosius Home Corp. at 2340 4 West Church Street, Frederick A' call or a postcard brings you a free illustrated 64 page booklet. Larger homes at proportionate prices. or ma ttr«thrert. eonRteRatlon en South Main street, opposite the Mountain View cemetery, was well attended. The invocation was Riven by the pastor. Rev.-Samuel A. Hurley, followed by the hymn. "The Church's One foundation": Scripture lesson, Dr. E. C, Blxlor, ot New Windsor. An address was delivered by Rev. David K. Haun- walt, executive secretary, Ea.slem and Middle districts. The ground* breaking ceremony was led by the minister. Mrs. Bowman, an elder member, wite ot the late Joseph Bowman removed the tii-^i shovel of onrth. Other representatives and officers of church organizations participating were: John Albaugh. Wilhnm Main, Mayor W. George Skinner, D. Peters, Elder "Berkley Bow- PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County; Maryland, passed on the 5th day of November, 1951. in the Matter of the Estate of Luther Earl Black, late of Frederick County, deceased, the undersigned Administrator will offer at public sale on the premises located one mile north of Thurmont, along the road leading from U. S. Route No. 15 to Apples Church, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,1951 commencing at one o'clock P. M. the following described personal property, to-wit: Kelvinator, good as new; one corner cupboard, one cook stove, one range, round oak extension table, drop-leaf round table, 6 cane seat chairs, lot of kitchen and hardbottom chairs, 2 rockers, bureau, dresser, wood and iron beds, stands, small R.C.A. radio, cabinet base, walnut wall cupboard. PHILCO IT TELEVISION AND ANTENNA like new, silverware, electric hot-plate, meat saw, 3 crocks, 2 five gallon glass jugs, alarm clock, 12 gauge shot gun, lot of dishes, glassware, lot of carpenter tools, saws, cross-cut saws, toot box, scythe, a,xe, shovels, wheelbarrow, garden plow. 2 cutting boxes, 3 shovel plow, lawn mower, double trees, garden tools of all kinds, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE--CASH. No property removed until settlement is made with clerk. GEORGE G. BLACK, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF LUTHER EARL BLACK, DECEASED. REAL ESTATE Immediately following the sale of the above personal property, on the same premises on the above date, the undersigned will offer at public sale all that real estate formerly occupied by the late Luther Earl Black, with improvements thereon, containing 5 acres and 82 square perches of land, more or less, improved with 8 room brick and frame metal roof dwelling in good state of repair, with electricity, stable, large poultry house, hog house, summer kitchen, all with metal roofs, recently painted and in good repair. There is a. good well of water on the property, number of fruit trees, all land is tillable and suitable for truck and poultry farm. This property is located on hard road convenient to town of Thurmont. For title reference see Liber No. 407 Folio 492, one of the Land Records of Frederick County, Maryland. TERMS OF SALE--Fuir possession of the premises will be given immediately following the (tale. A deposit of $500.00 will be required of the purchaser or purchasers on the date of sale, the balance to be paid upon delivery of a good and sufficient deed. All costs of conveyancing, including "United States Internal Revenue Stamps and State of Maryland Relief Stamps, shall be borne by the purchaser or purchasers. State, County »nd Corporation taxes paid to January 1st, 1952. GEORGE G. BLACK, Acting as Agent for the Heirs of Luther Earl Black, Deceased EARL H. HOFFMAN. Auctioneer LLOYD C. MACKLCY, Clerk ······^·······inillHBKIHniVnBVBMIHHlPV^^^VIII IMPERIAL B R U N S W I C K ' SMS - 8:43 LAST TIMES TONITE BETTY GHABtsK MacDotuld Carey · Rory Calhoun "MEET ME AFTER THE SHOW" (Color By Technicolor) JOIN HOSPITAL AID mnn, Ira Albaugh. Jr., Billy W#«ks, Kay Ciroscmickle, and Rev, Samuel A. Mat ley. The closing prayer was by Elder Bowman: hymn, "Load On. O King Ktcrnnl": benediction by Rev. Paul Fike. pastor of the Sams Cwk. 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