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Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 28, 1951
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flflt Tfct W»w», Frederick, M«U Wsdnesdiy, November Z8, 1061 Number Of Acquisitions Are ReportedBy Historical Society A paper describing the history of the Mill Pond House, located on the Houck farm near Frederick, prepared by Mrs. F. Earle Shriner, was read by William M. Storm at Frederick County Historical Society last Tuesday evening. The house is famous because its medieval style Vof English architecture is rare in this country. iThe complete article will be published in the News in the near future) Miss Sally Wills Holland read an old paper from the archives of the society on the life of Sgt. Lawrence Everhart. The article, prepared in 1915 by Judge John C. Castle, described" the actions of the heroic citizen who was born in Middletown in 1755 and served in the Revolutionary War. He died in 1840 and was buried in the Methodist cemetery in Middletown. The president, Charles W. Wood, presided at the meeting and a report of the card parties held re- centlv was given. Three countians, Mrs."Robert H. Pfeil of Middletown, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Sappington of Frederick, were elected to membership in the group. The following acquisitions were reported by the secretary: "Political Examiner and Public Advertiser", printed by S. Barnes, Market street. Frederick, dated August 30. 1820 and "Republican Gazette", printed by Bartgis, Frederick, dated September 23. 1820, and Photo graph of 359 West Patrick street graph of 359 West Patrick street (old Boot shop) and three -wooden lasts, (dolls or * child's), presented by Ivan L. Paisley and Ray A. Paisley; Confederate Bond for $100 April, 1864. and a colored lithograph of Camp Frederick, 1843, presented by Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Maritz, Braddock Heights History of the Easterday family, presented by Edna Willard Ne- brenberg. Washington, D. C.; Story of the Trial and Crucifixion of ·Christ, (framed picture of printed German) and hand-made baby carriage spread made by Mrs. Jennie Ott. 1875, and hand-embroidered night dress made by Mrs. Caroline Fox. 1861. presented by Mrs. Henry K. C. Fox; book, "Journal of Army Life", 1874, and French porcelain Ornament given in gratitude to the Fitzhugh Lee Chapter U. D. C. Frederick, by the children ' of the French school and Certificate of Appointment of Ulysses Hobbs as Lieutenant Colonel of the 16th Reg't.. Annapolis, Sept. 26, 1860, signed by Thos. Hick and James Partridge and quilt made by Margaret Lowe, wife of Basil Harding, youngest member of the Linganore Mounted Guard, presented by Mrs. Raymond rir.zell, New Market: Old account book 1874, found on the new road to Washington through Urbana, presented by William Graham; black iron kettle used as a potato Cooker during the Revolutionary War, original owner was William" Hooper, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, presented by Mrs, Alexander H. Brown. St. Petersburg, Fla.; camp chair *resented by Miss Lilian Schley. General Jubal Early used i.;e ^.^i Schley home on West Patrick str'-t where the Tivoli theater Is located «s a hospital du:, ., iho tie of the Monocacy and the chair was left or. his U oops' leaving; the Norwood Family Bible and the extremely interesting diary kept by the late Senator Frank C. Norwood for more than 30 years, which constitutes a valuable record of the daily history of this community during that period, presented by Norman A. Belt, of Gaithersburg; a History of Annapolis presented by William S. Zlttle and a History of the Yingling and related families, presented by Claude J. Rahn of, Vero Beach, Fla. Emmitsburg EMMITSBURG--G u e s t s f o r Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Col. and Mrs. Thomas J. Frailey were Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Smith, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Horatio P. Freeman, Jr., all of Washington. --Dr. and Mrs. John Spangler and family, Waynesboro road, spent Thanksgiving with Dr. · Dangler's parents at Harrisonburg, Va. --Jtfrs. ,Carl Larson, the former Elizabeth Franklin, was the speaker for the public Thank-Offering ; service at Elias Evangelical Lutheran church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Larson has spent several years in Japan with her husband, who is in the military service. She spoke on the' church in Japan. --Paul Harner, Shirley Jones and Ruth Neighbours, who attend the University of Maryland, and Betty Ann Hollinger, Dolores Miller and Sue Stinson, of Towson State Teacher's College, spent t h e Thanksgiving weekend with their parents. Dr. and Mrs. Garson P. Frailoy and Attorney and Mrs, Carson G. Frailey and children all of Washington, spent the Thanksgiving holidays at their Emmitsburg home. --Richard Florence, University ECZEMA Itching Infections AtMetes Foot For Quick R clir'f aiuf Coorf Remit* G* the Famou* VICTORY OINTMENT at rm»r tlrngfitt. Thf Arm? favorite VICTORY OINTMENT is white *nd greasclcs* (no u«rfr appearance). · A marvclonn remedy fop itching skin trouble*. Jam or Tnbes. Don't *J«v get VICTOR? today. Sold In Frederick by Williamson's Drue st«r« and Allen's Cut Rate; or your hometown druggist. Important Gift Idea! Scores High on Any Tie! They're mtr« winner*- do«Mif Sport Tee Klips. Dtftfy 4eaig»ed bg SWANK, t*at meant* tiutytmr's keynote. Piek one now, for yw Jwvrite »p*t--or »porto»ie*. $9.9S took, pitu Federal fox. *2.95 tlenrifeTTf of Maryland, spent th« weekend visiting with his parents, Mr. end Mrs. R. B. Florence. --William Garner, Washington, visited over the weekend wUh his mother. Mrs. Agnes Garner. --Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Baker and son Charles and Mrs. Marie C. Rosensteel and daughter spent Sunday at Annapolt*. Mr, Baker attended a meeting of the Maryland Star Route Mail Carriers' Association held at Carvel. Hall. --Members of the newly formed Dramatic Club of Mount St. Mary's College -will give a one- act play, followed by a dance on Nov. 30. The play will be under the direction of Paul J. Centi. The St. John's Council degree team from Frederick recently conferred the first degree of the Knights of Columbus on 19 Mount candidates in the chambers of Mount St. Mary's College and seminary Council No. 1965. Twenty- one candidates received their Second Degree immediately after conferment of the First Degree. The Third Degree of the Knights of Columbus .twill be given to Mount candidates on December 9. --Mrs. E. L. Higbee, president of the Women's Guild of the Reformed church, reported $140 was cleared at their food sale held at the fire hall last week. --The following were among the bear hunters the first three days of last week going from town and vicinity to up-state Pennsylvania: Weldon B. Shank, Weldon Shank, Jr., Odell Shank, Lee Wills, George Ashbaugh. Harold Hoke, George When Was Liberty Bell First Rung? Check your 1952 St Joseph Calendar and Weather Chart. Facts Balore I At any drug counter 6rite Surprises 6wm wfth Glorious Desserts! Instantly Glamorizes Every Dessert! This brid«'» first dinner was a huge success! Rccldi-wip rnndc her dessert luscious a n d her groom loved t h e msleof Keddi-tvip because it is m a d e w i t h pure, rich cream. R c d d i - w i p n e v e r fails--!t whips itself «t the touch of n finger. There's no work, waste, or bowl and beater to wash. Use it daily. FMI fell MIUttAN II 6SBCEK--IT WHIfS ITJEtr CARD PARTY FIREMEN'S SOCIAL HALl Union Bridge, Md. Thursday, November 29 Prizes Refreshments on Sale BENEFIT V. F. W. AUXILIARY POST NO. 8806 ADMISSION 50c Pecher, Charle* Gillelafl. Henry Hoke and Aaron Adams, --Sgt. and Mr». Richard Bollln- ger, Baltimore, spent Thanksgiving with Sgt. Bollinger's father, Theodore Bollinger and Mr, and Mrs. Thomas GingeUL --Mr«. Genevieve Elder recently returned from a 10 day visit in Pittsburgh. Those who visited over Thanksgiving ·with Mrs. Eld er were Mr. and Mrs. William C. Smith and son Terry of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Weigand and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Paida- kovich of Silver Spring. --Miss Grace Howe was a guest on Thanksgiving of Mrs. Rose Ott and Miss Virginia Ott. Taneytown. --Dr. and Mrs, J. W. Houser spent the holiday with Mrs. Houser's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Button, Wayne, Pa. --Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharrer spent Sunday with Mr. Sharrer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Jarvis, of Baltimore, TOOK PART IN PROGRAM The choir of Centennial Memorial Evangelical United Brethren church participated in a program of music sponsored by the Western Maryland Division of the Federation of Church Choirs of which this choir is a member, on Sunday evening in St. John's Lutheran church, Hagers- Acts AT ONCE to Relieve 8RONCIIMI COV6HIW CAUSED BY COLDS Prescribed by Thousands of Doctors! PERTUSSIH acts at once to relieve such coughing. It also increases natural secretions in the throat and bronchial tubes to loosen phlegm and make it easier to raise. pERTDssitr is safe and mighty effective for both old and young. Very pleasant tasting and inexpensive. ^PERTUSSINc town. Those wee participated were: Margaret Kent, director; Mrs. Lenora Morgan, organist; Mrs. Harriet Falk. Mrs. John Cramer, Mrs. Frances Haller, Misses Eva Martin, Gloria Rice, Marion Dennis, Rev. and Mrs. John H. Ness, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fogle, Bernard Fogle, Paul Fogle, John Conrad, Faye Conrad, and Mrs, Helen Weller. The choir enjoyed a chicken dinner afterwards, along with a few Quests, at the Rose Bowl restaurant. Leaves change from green to autumn colors when the roots slow down in supplying water and minerals to the tree or plant. SrcaYUMtUSTIKnMftr RHEUMATISM IMcS-PAINS Don't 'done' younelf. Rub the aching part well with Musterole. Its great Iain-relieving medicatioa speeds fre»h blood to th« painful area, bringing mazing relief. If pain u intense-buy Extra Strong Musterole. MUSTEROIE FASTEST household cleaner "m the world. One wipe--dirt's gone! No rinsing! For walls, woodwork, bathroom, kitchen, rugs FARMS--Dairy or stock farm 12 miles N. of Frederick. Comfortable home. Large barn--plenty of water. Reasonable. HOMliS--Bungalow. Linden hills, 3 bedrooms, large kitchen, living room, etc. Club basement, utility room enrage. Double lot beautifully landscaped, fine view. Owner will sacrifice. 'BUSINESS--Service station complete. Located 1n Taneyto'wn. Everything $4,500.00. Prosperous general store and liquors. Near Frederick. Reasonable. CITY LOTS--Two large desirable home sites near High School, fronting on Baker Tark. Priced to sell at once. R. C. BOYER, Real Estate Ch.ipllne Bldg. Residence Frederick, Md. Tel. 1086 Mlddlctown, Md. Tel. 37-J-l Representing Geo. M. Chapllnc. Realtor handkerchiefs SPECIALLY PURCHASED Regular 50c and 59c Hankies Gift Boxed 3 For *L19 Bennett's celebrates National Hankie Week with this once-in-a-lifetime sale. Buy them for the extra Christmas gifts you always need at the last minute. We'll gift-wrap them attractively for you. Stop in for your Hankies early this week. V *\ ' enne 3 DAY SALE THURS.--FRL--SAT. COSTUME JEWELRY IS · EARRINGS · BROOCHES IS · BRACELETS · NECKL. VALUES to $18.00 ONLY ,2.95 PINS · EARRINGS · BROOCHES · CHOKERS · BRACELETS · NECKLACES · including tax GLOVE and BAG HOLDER A Smart, "Useful Combination Piece SPECIAL 49C Visit Our Gift Department for the newest in gift ideas! As Low As 10 for 29c Boxed Assortments At 50c and $1.00 "Special Titles" from 5c up GIFT COUNTERS AT 50c AND $1.00 BRASS--bowls, candleholders, candy dishes, bells, knockers, planters. POTTERY -- bowls, pitchers, ashtrays, salad sets, tea sets. ALUMINUM--ice tubs, bread trays, bun warmers, casseroles, pitchers, · butter dishes, nut bowls, relish dishes, trays, silent butlers, coasters. CRYSTALS -- stemware, bowls, pitchers, vases, candleholders, candy dishes, punch sets, ashtrays, salt and peppers. Won't You Come In And Look Around Bring 1 Your Christmas List Here NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR GIFT WRAPPING / KEY HOTEL BLDG, MORE! MORE! MORE! Of Those Wonderful $5.98 Corette Slips For Only $3.98 We never believed we'd be caught so short--Our ad last week was backed-up by plenty of stock, but we sold-out in three days! And no wonder--This is positively the loveliest slip you've ever seen, and we still don't see how Corette can produce such a knockout style for only $3.98. We've just received another big shipment-this may be the last one before Christmas--So run, don't walk, to Bennett's and get yours before they're gone again; better still, phone 1306 today and reserve your slips, we'll put them away 'til you efyi stop in for them. White, Blush and Black. 32 to 40. AND LOOK WHAT WE HAVE HERE! Lace Trimmed Corette Slips For $2.98 You bet your life--and not just a skimpy edging of lace, either, you'll get a full three inches of exquisite lace at the top and an inch and a quarter at the skirt. Straight cut, of course, in the true Corette tradition. White only. This was bought especially for you for Christmas giving. Sizes 32 to 40. May we wrap them as Christmas gifts? This is for ladies who are tired of WORKING LIKE A HORSE!.; This business of kwping floors nic* end shiny can b* a patn in lh» neck... or a picnic. Depends on the wax you at*. Thousands of ladies used to rub their heads off polishing floors. No more! Now they use self-polishing CEUOWAX. Wonderful stuff. No other wax like It. Just pour . . . spread ... let dry, and you've got bright, beautiful floors. CELLOWAX gives you a harder, longer, lasting gloss. Washable. Perfect on hard or soft wood, linoleum, asphalt tile, rubber, cork. Get CILLOWAX at hardware, grocery, variety, dept. stores. Essoheat Fuel Oil Kerosene MONOCACY OIL COMPANY Distributors , Phone 365 Products \ Frederick, Md. ' MONEY Quickly Now you can arrange a personal loan in ONE TRIP . . , often in as little as 15 minutes! No red tape ... no high pressure . . . Just fast, friendly, private service you'll .like. Choose your own plan and budget-fitting 1 repayment schedule. For extra fast service, phone us In advance ... Everything will be ready when you come in! RITCHIE ASSOCIATES FINANCE CORPORATION \ 2 East Church Street Phone 2100 ftfotlvrn Upright Styfo \ 19 CU. FT. FOOD FREEZER · Sub-zero temperature fast-freezes JO Ibs. of food at' on* ttm». · Holds 065 Ibs. of frozen foods. · Takes no more floor space than a 10 cu. ft model. · Sensational new Santocel Insulation -- Twice as efficient. · Economical to operate. · 5-year warranty. REFRIGERATION SERVICE EXPERT REFRIGERATION MECHANIC FOR HOME -- FARM -- COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION UNITS BARTGIS ZIMMERMAN, INC. FIRESTONE HOME AND ATJTO SiHPPLIES Phone 2010 Frederick, Md. 36 E. Patrick St. 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 yon a free illustrated 64 page booklet. Larger homes at proportionate prices.

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