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Deaths George F. Klipp George Franklin Klipp. of near Hagerstown, and formerly of Frederick, died at his home this morning at two o'clock after an illness of several months, aged 73 years. He was the son of the late John and Susan Hart Klipp. Mr. Klipp retired in 1944 from active farming and was a member of the Edgewood Church of God. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Elinor Richard Klipp, two sons. Norman C. K)ipp and Herbert L. Klipp, both of near Hagerstown; the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Fannie Miller, Mye»s- vllle; Simon and David Klipp, both of Frederick; Mrs. Mazle Baer, Middletown; Mjss Alice Klipp and Miss Margaret Klipp, both of High Knob, and Samuel Klipp, B r a d d o c k Heights; also seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The body is at the funeral home, 106 East Church street, from where the funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment in Mt. Olivet cemetery. The family requests that flowers be omitted. M. R. Etch'son and Son, funeral directors. Elmer T. Fitze, Jr. Elmer Thomas Fitze. Jr., of near · Doubs, died at Frederick Memorial mt Hospital this morning at one o'clock · after an illness of three days, aged 18 years. He was a son of Elmer T. Fitze, of Doubs. and Mrs. Bertha Metz, o£ Hagerstown, and a member of St. Mark's Lutheran church, Doubs. Survivins him are his parents his stepmother. Mrs. Helen Stine Fitze, two sisters, Mrs. Dewey Crummitt. Jr., Frederick. Route 1. and Miss Clara Titze, at home; also one half sister and two half brothers. Virginia. Donald and Albin ^. Fitze at home, and his paternal ^grandfather, George F. Fitze, of Doubs. The body is at the funeral home, 106 East Church street, from where the funeral will take place Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment in Mt. Carmel cemetery. M. R. Eichison and Son, funeral directors. Miss Martha M. Jennings Miss Martha Matilda Jennings died x -bis morning at the home of her brother, Allen P. Jennings, Emmitsburg, Route 1, at the age of 74 years. She had been in failing health. A native of North Carolina, she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Elizabeth McBride Jennings, and had resided in Emmitsburg district for the past 45 years. Besides her brother she is survived by a s'ster, Mrs. Ida Deeler, of North Carolina. She was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic church. Requiem Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Stanley Scarff in St. Anthony's church Friday morning at nine o'clock. .Interment in St. Anthony's Shrine cemetery. Friends may call at the Allison luneral home in Emmitsburg after seven o'clock Thursday evening. The rosary will be recited there Thursday at 8.15 p. m. Weddings MoNeal--Culler Miss Ann Elizabeth Culler of Washington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. "Woodward, this city, was married on Saturday. November 17, to Mr. Joseph Michael McNeal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M. McNeal, Braddock Heights. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Herbert R. Jordan in St. John's Catbolic rectory at 2 p. m. in the presence of members, Of the immediate families. The bride was attended by a friend, Miss Zelma Burrier. Mr. Eugene L. Stup, this city, was best man. The couple is residing in Washington. To Be Wed Saturday Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Marshall, Woodsboro, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Darlene Frances, to George J. Novak, son of Mr. and Mrs. John No: vak, of Stowe, Pa. The ceremony will be performed in Stowe on Saturday morning, December 1, at 10 o'clock. Local Mention* Fine'* 48 EAST PATRICK ST. Fo* Expert Tailoring And Alterations We wul remodel and design any garment. Phone 2739. Public Sale Antiques Wednesday. November 28, 1952 at 10:00 a. m. at Bernies Dance Arena, opposite 479 West Patrick Street in Frederick, Md. all day and evening sale of antique furniture, glass, china, lamps, clocks, etc. IRISH ALICE'S ANTIQUES Emmert R. Bowlus, Auctioneer R. L. Kelly. Clerk. ' Funerals » The funeral of Mrs. Ellen I. 'Feeser, of Taneytown, took place this afternoon wtih services at two o'clock at the funeral home in Taneytown. Her pastor, Rev. Glenn L". Stan], officiated. Interment In the Taneytown Lutheran church cemetery- Pallbearers were James Burke, Francis Shaum, Murray and James Baumgardner, Hoke Ommert and David Smith. C. O. Fuss and Son, funeral director. Services were held this morning at nine o'clock in the Fairfield, Pa., funeral home for Henry A. Sebold who died at his home near Fairfield Thursday. Pallbearers were Paul Knott, James Talent, Earl Shindledecker, R o b e r t Staley, Archie Nagle and Guy McCleaf. Interment in St. Joseph's cemetery, Emmitsburg. S. L. Allison funeral director. Services ior Walter P. B. Hickman, of Bell Haven, Va., a resident at the I. O. O. F. home here for A the past two years, were conducted *at the home Monday evening at seven o'clock. Rev. Edward A. Godsey, pastor of Calvary Methodist church, officiated. Interment in the Masonic cemetery, Capeville, Va., on Wednesday. M. R. Etchison, funeral director. Funeral services for Mrs. Rachel Wilson, who died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. B. C. Mullinix, near Woodbine, on Saturday, were held Monday afternoon, with gS,brief services at the Mullinix 'residence at 1:30 o'clock and final rites in Brandenburg Methodist church, near Berrett, at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. D. Cunningham officiated. The service was well attended and there were many 'lowers. The church choir sang two hymns. Pallbearers were: Roy Conaway, Tolly Gartrell, Charles Jenkins, Richard Bennett, Curtis Rash and Roy Hewitt. Interment was in the church cemetery. C. M. Waltz, ....funeral director. J» Funeral services for William A. Boyles, 120 Kline boulevard, were held Monday 2 p. m., at the funeral home 54 East Patrick street. Rev. W. Merval Weaver, officiated. . Pallbearers were James R. E. Smith, Glenwood B. Achorn Jr., Samuel N. Metcalfe. Jr., Dr. Robert S. Hutton, Dr. Oliver N. Fellowes and Howard V. Soltis. Interment was in Mt. Olivet cemetery. Harry E. Carty Co., funeral directors. The funeral of Mrs. Edna Belle Troxell, wife of Clayborne Troxell, who died at her home, 115 West Fourth street. Friday afternoon, took place from the funeral home, 106 East Church street Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Raymond E. Wilhelm, pastor of Grace Evangelical R e f o r m e d church, officiated. . There were many .floral emblems. Pallbearers were: Robert L. Smith, John W. Morgan, Austin M. Fogle, Forrest . Haugh. John B. Hart and Robert D. Osburn. Interment was in Mount Olivet cemetery. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. GRANTED DIVORCE Harold R. Lydard of Frederick was granted an absolute divorce from his wife, Dorothy V. Lydard, Frederick, by a decree signed iri Eauity Court today. The plaintiff was ordered to pay costs. Alton Y. Bennett was attorney for Lydard. Local Mentions For Sale 4-room, frame metal roof dwelling, half bath, electric, located North Bentz between 3rd and 4th streets. For Further Details and Inspection Apply GILMORE R. FLAUTT, JR., Realtor 227 North Market Street Card Party North End Civic Association Staley Park Recreation Bldg. FRIDAY, NOV. 30TH-8 P. M. PRICES Wheat, bu .............................. $2.24 Barley, bu ............................. . ..... 1.50 tCorn, bbl. .......................... . ......... 9.50 Food Sale Saturday, Dec. 8th 8:30 a. m. on GRACE REFORMED CHURCH Sponsor: Jr. Christian Endeavor Society. '"Hi and Sis In New York" Return Performance Presented by Wesleyan Service Guild. In Calvary Methodist Church. Wednesday, Nov. 28th- 7:45 p. m. For Sale Brick, Slate Roof dwelling in residential section, Middletown, Md. Solid brickvvalls, Stone foundation, 5 rooms on first floor, 6 rooms and bath on. second floor. 3rd floor can be made into apartment. Oil heat, lot 60x200. ^ Immediate possession. JOHN L. ROUTZAHN Middletown, Md. Notice F. O. E. LADIES Covered Dish Supper Thursday, Nov. 29, 6:30 p. m. Sharp Eagles Home Bring knife, fork and spoon Card Of Thanks I wish to take this means to thank the nurse's, nurse's aids, Drs. and hospital staff for their kind care and attention I received while a patient a t the Frederick Memorial Hospital, also for the cards and visits I received from my friends and relatives during my illness at the hospital and at home. Thanks again. SAMUEL P. SUMMERS, JR. Rt. 2, Keymar, Md. Square Dancing: Staley Park Recreation Hall Thurs. Nov. 29-8-10 p. m. Everyone "Welcome SPONSORED BY N. E. C. A. Public Sale December 1, 1951, at 12 o'clock, noon, Middletown, Maryland. Estate of Henry C. Remsberg. Real estate and personal property, antique and modern. See Ad in News and Valley Register. Optimist Community Auction ARMORY Friday Nite (See Display Ad) Comics for the Kiddies, Needle and thread kits for the ladies. Free--Free--Free Store Hours "Till Christmas Monday through Friday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Open all day Wednesdays Saturday-9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Night opening starts Friday December 14. KEMP'S "ON THE SQUARE" For Sale Antique walnut desk and high poster bed, youth size. Sewing machine, china closet and piano. 127 EAST PATRICK ST. New York City is the place to go this time of year --to see a show, short vacation, sightseeing trip, shop for Christmas. Excellent hotels and transportation and all-expense tours. Hotel reservations, tickets to broadcasts and shows arranged by our Travel Bureau. Call for information. RALPH W. BOYER Boyer Insurance Agency No. 1 N. Court St. Tele. 2214 Are You Thinking Of Trading Your Old Car On A Better Used Or New Car? For Evening Demonstrations Of The Car Of Your Choice Phone 2261-M after 4 p. m. "BILL" CRUMMITT Representing Lawson Motor, Sales Hudson-Nash Agency Let's Go SQUARE DANCING with Eb "N" Ely and Rock Creek Promenaders at Walkersville Community Hall, Friday evening, Nov. 30. Christmas Sale And Bazaar HOME FOR THE AGED Benefit Infirmary Fund Wednesday, November 28, 1:305 p. m.--7 to 9 p. m. Antiques, cakes, candy, handmade articles and many Xmas gift suggestions. Dancing: Evsry Wednesday Night To The Music Of "Woody Tree's" Trio HAWAIIAN NITE CLUB Route 340 -- Knoxville, Md. Card Party NOVEMBER 29TH- 8 P. M. Legion Home--East Church street American Legion Auxiliary Price 60c--Tax Included Please Bring Cards For S»le One used Deluxe Frigidaire Refrigerator 6' cubic feet. Porcelain inside and out perfect condition. Owner desires larger box. One dinette table and four chairs solid oak. APPLY 530 W. PATRICK ST. Dance Linton's Hall, Yellow Springs , Nov. 28--9 to 12 p. m. MUSIC BY BALLENGER BOYS Everyone Welcom* 4 Admission--60« Public Sale Tues. March 18, 1952 % mi. North of Harmony, Md. Large sale of livestock, Farming and dairy equipment and household furnishings. ELLSWORTH L. WILES Emmert R. Bowlus Glenn Trout, Aucts. R. L. Kelly, Clerk - Turkey--Oyster Supper Thursday, Nov. 29 5 to 8 p. m. BALLENGER COMMUNITY HALL Feagaville Tickets $1.25 Children .65c Frederick Homes Insulating Co. SEE H. J. KESTER 316 E. Third St. Frederick, Md Phone 532-J For Eagle-Picher Insulation Upright Freezers 18 cu. ft. Harderfreez 16 cu. ft. Foster Kelvinator and G. E. Compressors Floor Models Reduced W. J. LONG, ELEC. APPL ^Middletown Attention Eajles Class Initiation Wednesday Nov. 28th--7:30 p. m. Refreshments SECRETARY LeRoy "Ike" Brubaker Barber 241 E. CHURCH St-PHONE 684 Glade Valley Beauty Shop Walkersville Will be closed until further notice, due to illness. Local Mentions VUlt Bud's and Jack's Aquirium 1 mi. east of Jug Bridge on Bni'tons- vllle Rd. 30 varieties of tropical fish Aquariums mended and made to order. PHONE 1W1-W-2 Turkeys--Turkeys--Turkey* ELMER E. DIXON Phone 934 Floor Sander For Rent By The Hour or Day FISHER'S APPLIANCES 13 E, Patrick St. Phone 151 Trespass Notices 7 cents each--75c per dozen THE NEWS-POST Butchering Time Sears is Headquarters for all your.butchering and freezer supplies. Roll Cellophane--$1.39 Aluminum Foil--$1.89 Wrapping Paper--$2.93 Complete line Freezer Bags Pint to Turkey Size low as 59c SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 12 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. Looking For Gift Items? Say Merry Christmas with gifts from Sears Catalog Order Desk. Over 100,000 items to choose from. Bring in your list or phone us and we'll handle all details of ordering. SEARS CATALOG ORDER DEPT. Phone 786 12 W. Patrick St. Close Out! Lot Boy's All Wool Tweed Suits Reg. $22.50 Value« $12.50 Sizes 15 to 18 KEMP'S--MEN'S STORE Closing: Date For Cider Press Fresh Cider until Dec. 1st 5 p, m. McCUTCHEON'S CIDER PRESS S. Wisner St. Phone 1806-W New! New! Men's Winter Weave Rayon Suits ?30.00 KEMP'S--MEN'S STORE Break Your Glasses? Save the pieces. Lenses can be duplicated from broken pieces Two to four hours. Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted Complete Eyeglass Service MAAS OPTICIANS 242-A N. Market St. Phone 1951 Apples -- Apples Most varieties in season for all purposes. HILL CREST ORCHARD Phone 577 Bill AnHeisoE. PAPER-HANGING 1 W. 7th St. Phone 2056--J PEOPLES FINANCE CO. 11 North Court St. (A Home Small Loan Co.) J. Frank Main and Son - Wallpaper, Paperhanging PHONE 1538-R OR 41-J No Hunting on my farms near Linganore. EMERSON BURRIER Walco Wall Finish Sanding and Finishing Floors W. A. CRAWFORD Phone 466 Apples Popular Varieties--Finest Quality CATOCTIN MT. ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. Phone 3087 Our New Phone 156 W We Buy Most Anything . SULLIVAN'S ANTIQUES 2 mi. East on Rt. 40 For Sale -, Good Used Sewing Machines--$10 Up SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 12 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. Paper Hanging DONALD A. REESER Phone Fred. 1798-W-4 Sale: Men's All Wool Tweed Topcoats Reg. $32.50 $24.50 KEMP'S--MEN'S STORE Paperhanging CHARLES H. BAKER 906 Motter Ave. Phone 687-J Gabardine! Gabardine! Men's Wool and Rayon Gabardine Topcoats $29.50 KEMP'S--MEN'S STORE Madam Phoebe Gifted American Palmist Have a correct reading by one who knows Palmistry. Located Heart of Md. 1 mi. S. of Frederick Rt. 15 in House Trailer. Venetian Blinds With Plastic Tape Look Better Last Longer See Our Samples Get-Free Estimate No Obligation CALL V. B. SERVICE "Fred. 2092 Turn In Your Junk For Highest Cash Pricet Call 966 Frederick SCLAR'S RELIABLE JUNK CO. Corner East 5th East St We Buy Iron -- Rags -- Bags -- Batteries Auto Radiatora -- Copper -- Lead Aluminum We Sell Used Pipe -- A n g l e Iron -- Radiators Phonp 966 For Picku- Servlc* Or Bring In Your S*lvt|« Mr. Farmer! While the family is Christmas Shopping, you are invited to drop in at SEAR.S. FARM STORE and have coffee and donuts with us. The "before Christmas Time" is a slow business time lor us so just drop in for a chat. Probably your neighbor will be here too. Stay as long as you like- won't cost j cu a penny. Sears 5 arm S^ore 42 S. Market St. Paperhanging ARTHUR LAMBERT 8 E. Church St. Phone 53-J Gabardine Trench Coats 100% Wool Zip-lining Only $25.00 SCHEOEDER'S 9 E. Patrick St. Local Mentions S*Uage Iron -- Metals -- Rags And Bags Furnaces -- Used Plumbing --Greases-Boilers -- Machinery -- Hides All Junk In Any Quantity Pick Up Service Bu'lamg Steel -- Pipe And Terra Cotta For Sal« FREDERICK JUNK CO. Frank Gastley Sons Phone 333 Frce»er» 7.6 cu. ft. Aluminum Lined $229.95 W. J. LONG, ELEC. APPL, Middletown MISCELLANEOUS W A N T K D WANTED -- TO BORROW $0.500. Write Frederick N*\v».iv*l Box 2709. WANTKb~--11OtJSE~tb" RENT. ISAAC King. 337 E.^Chvirch St. n-a7t»6t* WANTKO~-C6UNtKV~PROi J ERTY' OH (arm. State price, exact location, particulars Write: P. O. Box 73. B«ltlmorc-3, MnryUtnd __l'' 2 . 7cll i.* W ANTED-- OY ~ MATURE " M A N , " OK quiet habltn, furnished room with kitchen privilegco. Write Frederick News-Vgsl:J3ox _24J2. ll.2(id3t' WANTED -- CJOO0 USED I'fCKUP 112 Pine Avenue or phon« Il-33d3f truck. 1301-W. WANTED--OLD GOLD. GOLD frames, gold t««th, wa'.ch canes, rings, «tc. Hlgnest cash price* paid Landln Jewelry Storw, 23 Souv Ket St. bin Mnr- Mr FOR SALE FOR SALE--TOY FOX TERRIER PUP- HAVE YOUR OLD FUR COATS RJE- styled into new capes, stolli. and toppers. $38.50 up. Agent for Lcddy Furriers. Mrs. Heck, 460-R. 9-1.4,fi.8.Ua3.1S,18.20.22a8.2.7.a9dl3t WE REPAIR ALl, MAKE FAMILY sewing machines. Singer, 11 North Market St. Phone 2473. C-S7dtf PUBLIC SALE Male fc Female Operators Wanted Steady Work -- Apply At WOODSBORO TAILORING CO. Woodsboro. Md. COMMUNITY SALE Every Wednesday evening »t 7:00 p. m. in building to rear of 238 West Fifth St. The following will be sold this Wednesday: Emerson 16" Console television set. very good condition; also 7" television set; 2 pc. living room suite, very good; modern walnut bureau, other bureaus. Florence table top g»s stove, very good; 3 electric stoves, 2 washing machines, large Estate coal hcatrola. perfect condition; another very good coal and wood heatfola: 2 small oil heatrolas, 3 Utfr sectional bookcase, beds. pr. single beds, occasional tables, occasional chair, mantel clock. 4 pc. parlor suite, floor lamps*, table lumps, radios, paint sprayer and gun, electric Janitor. 2 bath- inettes. like new; playpen, basket- nette, car seat, electric waffle iron, like new: automatic pop-up toaster, like new; wardrobe traveling case, steamer trunft, very good: 3 damaged step ladders, breakfast set. good; Furnace Tender complete with controls and thermostat, excellent condition: drapes, curtains, apartment size gas stove, very good: shag rugs, kiltthen cupboard, washstand. smoking stand, lap robe, record cabinet, oil hentrola, 50 cal. drum with kerosene and spigot, clocks, tables, chairs of all kind, dishes, clothing, few sm. tools, other large DCS. of furniture and lots of miscellaneous. Park on West 5th St.. and walk thru a large lane directly to warehouse. If you have furniture to dispose of. call at 5 East 7th St.. or phone 2658 and consign it to the Community Sale. You get more money the auction way. Truck available, reasonable* commission. Warehouse opens 2 p. m. day of sale. Oon'i forget the toy sale on Call In your toys now for JOHN L. PONTON Auctioneer ^ec. th. this sale. HELP^WANTED HELP WANTED--MACHINISTS FOR general shop work. Phone 575-J. Il-27d5t HELP WANTED-- YOUNG WrflT-J OR colored girl to live in and care for 2 children, 5 days a week. Call 5202 af 4:30 p. m. _ Il-27d3f _ WANTED -- MILK TrtUCK driver to Baltimore. Married man preferred. Regular work. Phone Brunswick 47tU. Il-27d3f HELP WAN'lliD--MALE DISHWASH- cr. Someone who is not afraid of wo.'k. Good · al.nry, good hours. Ap- ulv Tlc-Tok Restaurant. Il-27d3t WAN JED--rEMALE HELP. APPLY mornings to Berber's Book Mart Gift Shop, 145 N. Market St. Il-27d3t WANTED--TRUCK DRIVERS FOR local firm. Good weekly salary, plus commission's. Also insurance benefit;-. Write Frederick News-Post Box 2B12. Il-27cl3t HELP WANTED--MAN FOR GEN- eral work around store and to drive truck. Apply J. Marshall Staub, corner Market and 4th Sts. Il-27d2t WAITRESS WANTED--APPLY BUF- falo Restaurant. ll-27dtf HELP WANTED -- EXPERIENCED waitress and counter man. Top salary- Snow Whjte Grill, East Patrick St. Il-27d3t SALESMAN -- EXPERIENCED FOR reliable food manufacturer to contact wholesale and retail, food merchants. P-j-.ition guarantees $250.00 monthly for salary and expenses with an opportunity for additional earnings based on sales. Give age, experience and references. Must own automobile. Only bondablc high grade man will be considered. Enclose photograph. Address Box No. 2401, c/o Frederick News-Post. Il-27d4t .IELP WANTED--SOMEONE TO KEEP child while mother works. 236 E. Third St Il-26d3t WANTED -- MEN FOR CONSTRUC- tion work. Apply after '5 p. m. John W. Wilt, Adamstown. Il-28d3f HELP WANTED -- MARRIED OR single man for general farm and dairy work. Will pay good wages. Sterling Roberts, Mt, Airy, Route 4. ll-26d!0t* HELP WANTED -- EXPERIENCED driver for oil truck. State qualifications. Write Box 2406 Frederick News- Post. ll-26dtf HELP WANTED--REPUTABLE MAN for training as bakery route salesman. Salary at start, commission paid when assigned to regular route. Apply in writing to Mr. Gregory, Glade Valley Garber, Inc.. Walkersville. Md. 1 l-20dtf IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR DIS- trict Manager of old established firm. Permanent and local. To hire and train men making pleasant contacts among home owners, farmers and small land owners in semi-professional capacity. Car necessary. Must be over 30 and have successful sales managerial background. Proven training program and excellent compensation discussed at interview. Write Mr. Sanderson, Box 202, Newark. New York State. . Il-26d6t HELP WANTED--WHITE MAN. MAR- ried or single, to do general farm work and help in dairy, good pay. Phone Middletown 120-W-5. 13-24d6t HELP WANTED -- WAITRJESS TO work 4 to 12. Good wages and tips for right party. Give age and experience. Write Frederick News-Post Box 2310. 11-24361* HELP WANTED -- MARRIED MAN with small family to work on dairy farm. Top wages, 4 room house with bath and electricity. Inquire James E. Moore, Derivood. Md. Phone Gaithersburg 364-W-;, Il-24d3t HELP WANTED--WOMAN FOR GEN- eral kitchen work. Call Miss Little, Hood College. Phone 906. ll-21dtf SALESMAN--DISTRIBUTOR TO SELL Baby Ruth and Butterfingers on franchise basis in Upper Montgomery county. Good salary and commission. Truck furnished. For interview, write J. R. Stirewalt, 2100 Dexter Ave., Silver Spring. Md. Il-21d6t HELP WANTED -- MALE CREDIT manager, bookkeeper, for Hagerstown and Frederick branch of National Paint Co. Experience helpful, not a requirement. Age preference 23-28. State qualifications in detail to Mr. J. E. Guptil, The Sherwla-Williams Co.. 325 N. Broad St.. Philadelphia. Pa. ll-9dtf HELP WANTED--EXPERIENCED ME- chsnic. See service manager, R. C. Sappington. Key Chevrolet Sales. Inc. ll-2rtf HELP WANTED -- NEWSBOY AT once, to carry morning paper route on West Patrick St. and North Market St. Apply Frederick News-Post, Court St. · 10-31 dtf WANTED--YOUNG MAN 21 TO 30 for office and outside work, leading to administrative position with good future for proper party. Commercial high school or equivalent preferred, typing required. This Frederick Industry offers good starting salary and periodic increases. Also paid vacations, retirement plan, group life, accident, health, hospital and surgical coverage pisid for by employer. If you are interested apply In person to Maryland State Employment Service, Winchester Hall. Frederick Md.. or apply in hnnd writing giving ref»r- to News-Jest Box 3512, NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE BY HOLDER OF GARAGEMANS LIEN Notice Is hereby given that on the 6th day of December, 1951, at the dour of 11:00 a. m.. at the premises known as Perry's Garage. Point of Rocks, Maryland, the undersigned will fell at public snle. for cash, a 1838. two door sedan Pontiac Automobile, bearing Virginia License No. 6S8-195 (1050) and engine No. 6-463722. Snicl sale will be made under and by virtue of Section 43 of Article 63 of the Annotated Code of the Public General Lnws of Maryland, relating to Mechanics Liens (Garngen) nnd tor the purpose of satisfy ing the lien of t h e undersigned on the above described automobile. ROBERT H. PERRY Owner of Perry's GarnRe Point of Rocks. Maryland dNov. 20, 27 pics, Phone 432-J. Il-27d3t» FOR SALE--13 CUBIC FT. UPRIGHT type food freezer used throe yci cellent condition. $225,00. Pho Excellent condition. Union Bridge 5375. Elmer Sngor. 1 1 -* FOR SALE--USED COLDSPOT irigerntor, _ irker, 50f · BruruMvick jncernior, good condition. Guy Barker, 505 E. Potomac St., Brunswick. Brunsavlck 3471. 1 '-. a ?J«J-- FOR~SALE--REASONABLE. 3 PC. mahogany bedroom suite. 41 N»sn sedan. Marty Ray's C- nra Se. corner South and Carroll Sts. Phone 2326-W. Il-J7d3t FOR SALE--BUILDING LOTS. 50x150 on Catoctin avenue. Phone 23fi8-W. I l-27uJl T..C l^v.t elt, IU.L, T;;e,tluy, N j v c j n b a r 27, 1951 FIVE LUST AND t'OLND LOST -- SLAT-BOTTOM ROCKING chMr on the road between Washlnfi- ton nnd Middleiown, Monday, Phone Mltldlclown HO-J. Rewind. Il-27u2t LOSi'--UNLOAUING HOSlfFOR GAS , tnnk, Nov. 23rd . between Frederick and Baltimore. Rcwurd. N o t i f y Jumrs 11-27U31 It. lliihn. New Market. FOUNU--ONK Y'YAKUNG HOLS'l'KlN heifer. JnmoK Trout, WnllcornviHe, l!-2(3d2t ESTttAYKD--FOUR HOLSTE1N JHE1K- er». about 400 Ibs. cncli. from my farm ntut Bnrthnlowti on .Snturdny. Liberal rewnrd for Information us to wherenboutK. Lawrence O. Summers, phone New Market 2281. U-21d6t* BUSINESS OPP._ UP TO $.10.00 WEEKLY INCOME purt time. Servicing In spare time, 4 to B hours weekly, a route of new- type automatic vending machines dispensing world-famous Sc Hershcy chocolate bnrs. 5c WriKley's Bum, Life Snvers, Ic Adnms Chiclets and Dentyne gum, cashews-peanuts. No special experience or selling required as we In- xtruet you and secure the ucdcunts. Thin is an opportunity for ii reliable, responsible person to participate In u business thnl can be stnrtud !n spare time and eventually built up lo a full time business that could pny much as $7,500 yearly. This Is bin business with a large, national concern with Dun Bradstreot ratine and references from Chamber of Commerce, banks and $895.00 up- FO'k SALE--BARGAINS IN USED ranees, washers and refrigerators. All guaranteed, monthly term*. Belter Homes Equipment Co.. 13 East Patrick St. Phone 700. r H-27d5t FOR SALE--USED FARM, MACHINery: VAC Caie tractor with cultivator and plow, Farmnll H tractor. Fannall F-20 trnctor vvllh culUvntor. HM-240 cultivator for H or M t motor. Oliver 2-bottom 12" plow. Case .2- bottom 12" plow. MinncnpoHfc-Mollnc 2-bottom 14" plow. Allls-Chalmers 2-bottom 14" plow. New Idea corn picker. Phone Union Bridge 3701. Hanrilton Chevrolet Sale-;. ·"»·"" Bridge. wards, depending upon, income desire, is required. This is full payment for equipment. We nre only Interested In ,ntervlcwlng people who ar-o cspablo of making a prompt decision us we will assign this area Immediately. It you are genuinely Intere'ited and hnvc the necewnry capital nnct a sincere desire to be In buslnesn for yourself, w r i t e at once, giving age. address and phone number to arrange for a local Interview. Address Box No. 2001 c/o _ _ f 6l'SALE--GIRLS' B1CYCLE7 GOOD condition Kcn.sonnblc. Apply 5 to p. m. 7 East 3rd St. FOR ~SAUE- WESTING HOUSE Very Rood condition __ I_|-a_7d3t_ ,,, SALE^MOTOK SCOOTER. GOOD condition. Call 051-J. ll-27i"'" sol* radio. Phong 1767-J. FOR~SALE--I'rtACTlCALLY NEW G. E. ironer. Braddock tnf)3. FOR SALE. -- ~COLSON TRICYCLE. Also Phllco table model yndlo- phonogrnph. Apply 335 West Church street l i-27d3t FOR SALE--2 PUREBRED KAM'*shire sows. '34 Ford pickup truck. George S. Smith, Union Bridge, Kt. 1. Phone Union Bridge 31fil'. Jl-27u_3r__ FOrt~SALE--XOUOXE BKOSPRINCiS. first. cla°«s condition. ?8. 412 M l l l l n r y Rond. FOR SALE--LARGE 11-27(131' A"LL""MK'TAL waRon. 8 M. M, Keystone movie projector, Inrge well built doll hcwe. wired nnd with f u r n i t u r e , childs maple table and chntr set. Phnne 1040- J. Il-27d2f FOR SALE chair sets. 13D8-M. "lAND CROCHETED 31 E. 7th St. Phone U-27dOf FOR SALE--A SIXTEEN MILLIMETER silent projector and five rolls of f i l m Call 7H3-.T. " -'"''-" U-27d2t* FChxlSALE---A CLAHINKT IN EXCEL- lent condition. Phone 207IMV. l l - 2 7 d t l * EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE This is to Rive notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court ol Frederick County, in Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of F. EARLE SHRTNER late o f ' Frederick County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 7th day of June, 1952 next: they may oilier- wise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted 'to the deceased arc desired to make Immediate payment. Given under rny hand this 5th day of November. 1951. THELMA W. SHRINER Executrix True Copy--Test: HARRY D, RADCLIFF Register of Wills For Frederick County. Md. dNov. 6. 13, 20. 27. Dec. 4 EXECUTRICES' NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letter* Testamentary on the estate of REBECCA BELLE MINKER late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or before the 1st day of June, 1952 next; Hiey may otherwise by law be excluded Irom all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make Immediate payment. Given under our hands this 30th day of October, 1951. KATHERTNE GERTRUDE MINKER MARGUERITE LOUISE HICKMAN And MARY JANE STORM Zxecutrices William M. Storm, Attorney True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register of Wills for Frederick County, Md. dOct. 30. Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 ORDER OF PUBLICATION In the Circuit Court for Frederick County. Maryland, in Equity. No. 17167. Jean E. Capper vs. Emmett M, Capper. The object of this suit is to procure a divorce A Vinculo Matrimonif by the Complainant, Jean E. Capper, from the Defendant, Emmett M. Capper, custody of the .infant child. Brenda Lee Capper, counsel fee. costs of this suit and for general relief. The bill recites that the parties were married on September 22. 1947. at Brunswick, Maryland, by a regularly ordained Minister of the Gospel; that one child was born of this marriage, viz.. Brenda Lee Capper, on November 8. 1349. whose continued custody the Complainant desires. That the Complainant has been a resident of Frederick County, Maryland, for more than two years last past. That ever since said marriage the Complainant has conducted herself properly and that the Defendant, on or about December 21. 1948. abandoned and deserted the Complainant and his infant child, and has declared his intention never to live with her again as husband and wife, and that the abandonment and desertion has continued uninterruptedly since said time, and is deliberate and final, and the separation of the parties is beyond any reasonable hope or expectation of reconciliation. That the Defendant is gainfully employed. and earns net less than $10.00 per day. That there have been two successive returns of non est by the Sheriff of Frederick County, Maryland, to the writ of subpoena issued by this Court, and that the Defendant's present location is unknown to the Plaintiff. It is thereupon ordered by the Circuit Court for Frederick County. Maryland, on thU 26th day of November. 1951, that the Complainant, bv causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some newspaper published in Frederick County, Maryland, once a week. for four successive weeks, before the 2(Jth day of December. 1951, giving notice to the said absent Defendant of the object and substance of this bill, Warning him to be and appear in this Court. In person or by Solicitor. on or before the llth day of January. 1952, and show cause, if any he has why a decree should not be passed as prayed. ELLIS C. WACHTER Clerk of the Circuit Court for Frederick County, Maryland Sherman P. Bowers. Solicitor for the Complainant Filed November M, 1951 , (JUBRK «N«v. at. DM. 4, 11, It, 3* FOH S ALE--PHILCO 10" TELEVISION adapted for color ?73: child's blue H5" nuto. like new W..10: 20" wheel trl- cvcle. hcsvy ruhhi-K JB.50. E. K HelwiR Wnlkcisvillci_3g01 JJ-27d(U; _ 7o"ff~"SALE--USED TOY STATION wagon and Inrpe chain bicycle. Good condition. Apply 349 Mndisnn St. FOR SALE--MY HF.RD OF I B rURE~- brcd nnd grade Holstcln cows tmd heifers. Bangs nnd T B. ncercdUPtl. Phone SykMVille 338-J-3. R».v,,,V r Cruin. _ I}' 2 !- 1 TM KOH SALE--T HAVV DECIDED TO sell my property. 7-inom house, on Pnrk Ave., Brunswick, lo someone who can filvc reference. Cnll 7H2 Pnrk Ave.. Brunswick for I n f o r m n t l o n _ _ l]-2nd3l* "HO'LSTFilN COWT sccond"""cnlf. home rnlscd, heiivy milker, also first cnlf heifer. Cnll , New Market 2781. !l-2(3dr,r FOR SALE -- "PRACTICALLY NEW baby carriage, excellent condition. lone 124fi-VV^_ J l_-2Bd3t_ :m~SA~LE--2 HOLSTE1N 'HEIFERS. Pho Foil 'also 100 locust posts. Chester II. Davis, Pcnshop noad, between Kemptown and RidRcville. Phone Ml. Airy 270-J-l ll-20d:tt* FOR SALE--PLAY PEN. ALSO 0x12 wool rug. 10 Winchcslcr street. Il-2(ld2f BALED HAY FOR SALE--APPLY S. C. Fogle. New Mldwny, Md. Phone Walkersvlllc 3104. 1 l-20d(it FOR SALE \'2 ANGUS STEER calves, weight 450. Fred C. Downey, WllHamsport, Md. Phone 3813^^11- llamsport _ FOR SALE--ONE LEVEL LOT? 50x226. Centrally located. Phone 934-R. Il-20d3t FOR SALE-- RITE-WAY MILKING machine, stainless steel palls, one to 4 units Phone Sykesvllle 385-W-l. _ FOR SALE _ SJLVER SPANGLED HamburgB; 10 hens, 1 cock bird. 227 Center St. Il-2(id3l* FOR SALE shire boar. REGISTERED BERK- 15 months old, $00. Phone Gnlthersburg 702-W-l. I1-2(ld3t FOR SALE--SUMMER RAMBO. McIntosh. Stark's Delicious, Jonathan and Smokehouse apples. Virginia Mills Fruit Farm. Fair-field. Pa. Phone Fairfield ll-R-2. A. W. Gcig- ley. 6:30-9 p. m. 9-24dl7t FOR SALE--1 GUERNSEY BULL, 13 mo. old, $275.00. Also Guernsey cow due in Deccm-ner with 2nd calf. Phone Middletown 120-W-5. Il-24d6t FOR SALE--FOUR NEW 715-8 PLY tires and tubes. Contact Melvin Snyder, near Ollic Rosenberry. Braddock Heights. Il-24d3t FOR SALE--4 LIME TRUCKS. 1 FLAT bed dump truck. Carlton Brandenburg, Damascus 2781. 1 l-24d4t FOR SALE--TWO DE LAVAL MILK- Ing units complete. Extra pail, used 15 months. Best offer. Write Box 2301 News-Post. Il-24d3t FOR SALE--IRISH SETTER PUPS, A. K. C. registered. D. C. McCain, Hillcrest Orchard. Il-24d4f FOR SALE--MYERS SHALLOW-WELL water pump. C. ElVin Ahalt. Phone Middletown 85-J-4. Il-24d3f FOR SALE--4 WHITE SIDE WALL tires with tubes. 512.00 each. 600-15. Good shape. Also parts for 1937 Dodge. Willie C. Grossnickel. Rt. No. 1. Myersville, Md. H-24d3t FOR SALE--FINE ELECTRIC RANGE. barrels, containers, gallon jugs, jars, cans. 5c. Barbara Fritchie Candy Plant. Il-24dl2f FOR SALE--FUR COAT, SIZE 16; combination radio; gas stove. Apply 117 West South. Il-24d3f FOR SALE--DEER RIFLES, NEW WIN- chester pump, fine running beagles. William Harshman, Lewlstown. Maryland. Il-24d6t* Frederick News Post. Il-27d3t FOR RENT FOR RENT -- FURNISHED FRONT room, twin beds. Apply 128 West 3rd_SL_ __M-- 7c i!il _ FOR "RENT--FURNISHED BEDROOM 122 E. -Uh Street. 1 l-27d5t FOR RENT -- GARAGE. 321 E. THIRD '· P h o n c 7 ( ) ; _ M _ . I bi^iU- _ _ _ FOR RENT Filth. St. _ _ BEDROOM. .. 233 EAST Il-27tl3f FOR HENT--MODEKN BUNGALOW steam heat. 330 Jefferson St.. Frederick. Md. $100 month. Write Mrs G. L. Thomas. Jr., Lllypons, Mrl. for appointment _ _ ]l-26d3t* KO'R'RKNT--FURNISHED BEDROOM working girl preferred. 119 E, Patrick St I1-2fidfif FOR UENT--2 BEDROOM, LARGE living room, large kitchen and bnth U n f u r n U h e d . Clarksburg on U. S Rt. 240. Phone Galthersburc U40-J-I after 7 p_m. TJ-2Gd3l FOR~RENT--ROOM NEXT TO~BATH biiaid II wanted. 323 E. 3rd or phont 24jin)-M. __ ^ ii-20dtf FOR'nENT--STORK ROOM, 71 SOUTi M a r k e t . Early po.sser.nion. Apoly to Gilmore n Ftautl. Jr., Rcnltor. ^ North M a r k e t . ll-2«d:U FOR RENT-- FURNISHED BEDKOOM (suitable for two, next to bath Centrally locntrcl. Apply 8 East Churcl ______ FOR RENT -- 100 ACRE DATllY FARM 24 stanchion i, Washington ^ market. Money or share basis. Give partial- NOAH E. CRAMER SON UEAI, ESTATE FOR SALE New eight room brick dwelling recently completed containing 4 bed» ·ooms, 3 baths, all modem conven- ences with oil fired furnace. Hard- vood floors throughout anil ample closet sp;iec. Garage. Full basement vlth large room for recreation room ! desired, Situated In one of the best residential sections of Frederick opposite Cuilor Lake. Price reduced to «24,500. with Immediate possession. 1) room modern brick single residence with two baths, situate on East Chuirh street, near. Market. Newly minted and decorated Interior. Adaptable lor apartments or home with offices. J NOAH E. CRAMER SON Realtors 114 North Court St. Frederick. Md. C. L. CREAGER 9 A. farm, 7 rni. house. ?5.500. B rm. brick bung., all conv., $13,500. Store iind 8 npt. bldg., $40,000 52 A. farm. 0 rm. house. $8.900. , 8 rm. house, 3 yre. old, $5.250 OB A. farm, «ood house, $8.000. 10 A. fnrm, (! rm. house, 2 car gar- Kc. chicken house and sin. barn, $8,SOO. 2 story house, Hi A., gnruge, »um- mer house, well water, $8,400. CHARLES L, CREAGER 316 S. Jefferson St., Frederick, Md. Phono 11D9-R after 5:00 P. M. Rep, George H. Mitchell. BroKer 6.-rm. frame house, modern. In thriving village. 10 min. drive from M'edt-rick. Large lot. Garage. $8.400 130 A. 7 rni. brick house, modern, Bnlto. burn ior 26 cows, Price $25,500. 0 acre!,, 10 room brick house, nice l«wn and shrubbery, barn and other outbuilding*, cdKc of village. $12,600. 7 rm, mod. block house. Ig. lot 4 nil. oiu. $10,000. 5 rm. mod. block bung, on hard rond. 5 mi. north, $8.400. Gtiod country store with living quarters, equipment, Located on Imp hlway, $13,000. Other LlsUnes A. LUTHEH KNOWLES 518 Elm. St.. Frederick. MS. Phone lSfl2-W Reprfsentlng · Murrny C. Bohn, Broker R. L. ZENTZ BRICK HOME BUSINESS On ninin hwvy. in Carroll Co Grand 2-family double brick home with oil (h. w.) hejit. 2 halhs. automatic water system, inodern unit kitchen, nice porchps, Inwn, new 5-CBr garage. Sep- nrnte b u i l d i n g for store Sc gasoline station. This business was established in 1031 t was run NitcccMfuJy by same ownt'r lor 20 yrs, until health forced d l s r o n l i n u i i n c v recently. Good oppor- t u n i t y lo run your own business, have (i nice hcmic- to live in plus half of It und 3- Kiirnpot. to rent out for extra Income. Must be seen to realize its value. Prli-e ilashed to $24.300. with $14.500. down. See--R. L. Zentz. STHOUT REALTY, Tanoytown. Md. Pbonf 4471. RALPH W. BOYER Inrs, Write Box 2302 News-Post. 11-2-1 list' FOR RKNT--5 ROOM APARTMENT. Residential suction, private ent- rnnco Write Fredc.-lck. News-Post Box 200B, I1-24d3f FOR RENT-- TWO THREE RM. APTS. One had full bnth. Finished in k n o t t y pine The other has part bnth. Both w i t h hoi nnd cold water. Owner pnvs for w a t e r find clcc, Tennnt furnishes own heat Po«r,esslnn T)ie. 1st. For price and other information soo P. B. Roop Si Son, New Windsor __ ____ . FOR FlKNT-- LARGE FRONT 'FURN- lihcd bedroom, indy preferred. Ap- 7lh St. oly 27 ,,____ _ _ FOR RENT-- SPACffi AF'PnoX. 30xlOI) with trucli entrance rear. Six toilets and wash basins. Heated, well llRhtcd. Cnll 2IH1. FOR RENT--ROOM AND BOARD. AP- nlv 240 West 5th. 11-Bdtf FOR RENT--STOREROOM. HEATED. 72 So. Mnrkct St. Robert L. Grove. Phono 5)2. 3-Odtf FOR RENT--SINGER SEWING MA- chtiios by the month. Singer Sewing Center, t North Market Street. Phono 2473 8-37dtf PEOPLES FIN AN CE CO_ Could You USB $50.00 -- $ino.oo -- $250.00 or more In cash to help meet the expenses which usually arise at this time of year? If so, we cordially invilr- you to accept thlK invitation to call on us, for thr moncv you need. MURRAY C. BOHN lo-A, property, 8 room frnme house, all necessary outbldgs., in fair repair, water nl door, electric, Slntc road nearby, bus service, also school bus Enrly pos-v This property has born reduced from $6,500 to $5,500 for quick sale. MURRAY C BOHN Phone--Union Bridge, Md. 3718 R. D. No. 2 Johnsville Represented by A. L. Knowlcs, 518 Elm St.. Fred. Phone Frederick 1592-W HOWARD A. GROSS 7-room frnmc dwclllnc with all modern conveniences, nice lawn and shrubbery. Western section. 6-room new frame ranch type dwelling, strictly modern. Western section. 7-room new brick semi-buncnlow with all modern conveniences. Western section. AH are new listings with immediate possession. Must be inspected to be appreciated. Other listings. * Many choice building lota. For particulars contact HOWARD A GROSS, Realtor 9 Court St ' Phone 077 Member Real Estate Board of Frederick. Ine P. B. ROOP FOR SALE--1949 FORD CUSTOM, radio, heater, overdrive. Price for quick sale. Fogle's Garage. Thurmont Md. ll-23dot* 10 A. poultry farm. 6 rm.' asbestos shingle house. Johns Manville insulation, modern bath. 5 poultry houses, stable, garage and other bldgs. in Rood repair, all newly painted. Good level land. elec. water system. Along with this, all of the furniture in the house consisting of Tappan gas stove, gas water heater, Columbian range with oil burners, new Kelvinator elec. box. one new and one old elec. washing machine. 1 large oil Perfection hca- trola, 3 dressers, 2 bureaus, davenport, beds, all floor covering. Venetian blinds, radio, etc. Located 5 miles from Emmitsburg along paved road., $9,900 buys home and furniture or $9,000 for home alone. P. B. ROOP SON Real Estate--Auctioneer Ne\v Windsor 4061 FOR SALE--ELECTRIC RANGE, RE- frigcrator, washing machine, and other items. Phone 1467-W after 2 p. m . ll-23dtf FOR SALE--8 INCH BURR INTER- national feed grinder, with bagger. In perfect condition. Priced to sell. Rav .Toines. Kemptown. Il-23d4t* FOR SALE--1948 CHRYSLER, WIND- sor 4 door, in good shape. Going in Navy. Also 50 Ibs. Burpee shelled pop corn. Calvin Pearl, Jefferson, Md. Il-23d6f PIANOS FOR SALE--MODELLO $15. Laffargue $25. Excelltone $49. Student's pianos, $99.00. New Spinets, low prices. Hemember Cramer has been satisfying customers for 40 years. Cramer's at Barbara Fritchie Plant, Washington road. 11-17d30f FOR SALE REPAIRED GENERA- tors, starters, fuel pumps. Blair's 222 W. South St Phone 1346-M. ]Q-24dtf ,,, SALE--BARRELS OR- 5-10-1S gallon kegs of sweet elder. Also empty barrels and kegs for sale. Cider prexn atrvice dail". McCutcheon's Cider J»r»««, South Wittier at,. Phone · M 17dt£ KEEPER M. KOOGLE (HERE'S YOUR DREAM HOME) New brick rambler, S large rooms, fireplace, H. W. floors, built In tile bath-shower, oil heat, lovely kitchen, built in unit, garage, large lot. ,30 minute bus service. Possession at once. New snow white concrete block home. 7 large rooms, complete K, unit, fireplace, built in tile. bath-shoWcr. Timkcn burner oil heat, garage, large lot. 30 minute bus service. Possession at once. $1.848.00 mt'OME YEARLY FOR YOU Brick home. 3 apts., private bath each, hardwood" floors, stoker heat, concrete basement. Ideal location. Market street Bldg. lots: Two 62 ft. lots on West 7th St., at Fairview Ave. List your property with Koogle for a quick sale. Your Real Estate Broker KEEFER M. KOOGLE Cor. W 7th and Grant Pi Phone 85 Office Hours 3:30 to 4 P. M.--8:30 to 9:00 P. M. 10:30 to 11:30 A. M. G room bride rape cod bungalow. bath, oil henl. New, Grant St., $13,- BBO. 0 room hrlck «iemi bungalow, oil heat, garage. This in a new, modern home just Ufilnl. Located on West 14th St. Pows«iion 30 dnyi.. Now $10,500. 7 room clwcllliiG. bath, 3 car garage, oil heat, deep freezer, WHon nve. Immediate poss. Price $17,500--with two lots facliiR on Rosomont Ave.. S22.000. 8 room home, oil hcnt, olher bldgs., 3'3 nfres Innd. nr. Myervlllc. ;i apt house, piich xvlth bath. Llv» arid rent. Downtown $1!,50Q. 6 room brick ticml-dotachcd dwelling n«lh. steam heat, stoker Apt. on 3rd floor. Elm Street. $13.500. 3 loL-i W. College Terr, ond Carroll Pkwy.. $5.000. RALPH W. BOYER AGENCY No. 1 N Court St.. Tele. 2214 -- 2453-J Insurant's Real Estate Salesmen Win C Ha mi - Tele 177T C. H. MERCER SONS 5 room partly modern brick dwelling, Center St. Immcd. poss, $5,200, 0 room p;irlly modern dwelling. E. 7th. St. Immcd poss., .f5,000. 6 room modern brick dwelling, B. 7lh. St. $7,r00, 5 room modern bungalow on «dg« city. Pons. 30 dnys. $10.500. fi',3 acres Improved "with 7 room frame dwelling, garage, stable, etc. Owner dt'Slrcs quick snle, $8,500, 4 miles west of city. 5 room inodern brick bungalow, hardwood floor, oil heat, garage. Im- incd. Poss. Ncnr schools. 5 room modern bungalow, northern sccllon of town. Owners leaving Fred» crick and doslro quick sale. GRAYSON H. MERCER SONS Hen! Estate ·· Loans Pythinn Cns,tle Bldg. Insurance Phone S37 Salesmen E. Pout Mngnha, 1780-W John L. Ponton. 2658 3 3 ,i -acre, fi room, all modern, two- story home, $8,500. 2-car garage and other outbuildings. 7 rooms, all modern, 2 story home. with 3-car garage and 2 acres of ground, nice lawn and shrubbery, S rooms, all modern semi-bungalow, large lot, garage and chicken house. $12.500. 51 acres with a 10-room all modern palatial home, with all necessary farm buildings. 104 acres, 7 room house, with water nnd cl=c., bank barn. silo, wagon shed, chicken house, etc., $15,000. AH modern 5 room home. $5,800. 115 acres. 10 acres woodland and timber. 5 acres peach orchard. 3 acres raspberries, 9 room brick house with water nnd eject., bank barn, wash house, hog pen, etc., $10,000. 224 acres, 50 acres meadow -with creek. 20 acres woodland, 8 room house and bath, 5 room tenant house. 2 car garage, wagon shed, bank barn. 90'x45', 12'x40' silo with 30 cow ties In barn, an excellent dairy farm, $40.000 Lots for sale Many other listings. RUSSELL Z. HORMAN , Phone Buckeystown, Md.. 4061. Rep. John L. Beall (Brokeri EMMERT R. BOWLUS 280 and 25) acre Wash. Mkt dairy farms, Fred. Co. 248 ond 137 acre Bait. Mkt dairy farms Fred Co. 106-A. with 14 stall D. C. barn, food bank barn, dwelling located 7 mi. N. Frederick. SI 7.500.00. 168 A. Wash. Co. stock or dairy farm, fertile land along macadam road, good buildings. $26.000.00. 117-A. stock farm, macadam road near Adamstown, $9,500.00 28 acres along macadam road near Brunswick, stone dwelling, large irama storeroom, outbuildings. CITY AND TOWN HOMES 6 room inodern brick bungalow, Linden Hills, 913,500.00. ei^-room all modern bungalow on Wilson Place, large lot. Grant Place bungalow with 2 bedrooms. 512,000.00. New Market--7 room brick dwelling, small greenhouse, large lot. $9.000 00. Burkittsville -5 room modern brick dwelling, garage. $5.300. 6 ,4 A. with 6 room house, water, electric, fruit, 3 mi. Fred. 6 room house and large lot in My- crsville, S4.500.00. 2 modern S room dwellings in Middletown. Immediate poss. EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Realtor 100 West Church Street Phon« MS Frederick, Md. R. L. Kelly 239t H. L. Alexander, ( Buakeyatown Mtl X. D. 1411-W i NEWSPAPER I

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