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Frederick, Maryland
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Deaths Mn StelU M. Stuff j Mrs. Stelta May Roberts Shaff, i widow of William S. Shaft, of near | Feagaville. died at Frederick i Memorial Hospital Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock after an ill- j ness of three weeks, aged 57 years. ! She was a daughter of the late i Henry and Cordelia Summers Rob- j erts. She was a member of Mt. Zioo Lutheran church. Surviving are th. following children: Mrs., Charles Willard. Mrs. Marshall Flook, Miss Willie Snaff, Miss ': Ruth Shaft, all at home, and one brother, Cornelius H. Roberts, this city; two grandsons. Vernoa Flook ' and Charles Willard. Jr. The body ' at the funeral home and will be "removed to the late residence Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services will be held there at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Interment will be in the Lutheran cemetery at Middletovm. M. R. Etchisoa and Son. funeral directors. 1 Russia's Military Forces Are World's Strongest \AmongTheSick \ Local Mentions Mrs. Mary E. Michael Mrs. Mary E. Michael, widow of Frank E. Michael. Daysville, died her home Sunday night at 8:30 o'clock after an illness of two weeks duration, aged 82 years. She was a daughter of the late Henry and Elizabeth Glaze Storr and was · a member of Union Chapel church. ; Surviving are the following daugb: ters. Mrs. John E. Crum. Woods- = boro: Mrs. Harry M. Sialey, Walk- : ersville; Mrs. Clarkson G. Kelly, Allied Intelligence sources credit USSR with obo«t 4,000,000 men udder anas. Of these, 212 diTisiCTU, divided into six regional .armies (block label*) ·« on a war footing. Red Array includes *4 «r»or*d dinsions, 21 of them first class. In addition to artillery attached to infantry divisions, there art Hv* special artillery ditrsioas. *ocH equipped «itb 152-ram. howitzers. Russia's air force is estimated c- 600,000 2C.OOO planes, including 600 heavy bombers. Of the seven air armies, six arc attached to ground forces and one is far-long- range tactical operatrons. Mr. Harry D. Baumgardner. Jr.. 309 West fifth street, who has been ill at his home since Wednesday with myositis. is reported to be Discontinuing housekeeping. I will offer my property consisting of 40 acres and improvements lo- slowly improving. The condition of Desk Sergt. | cated 2 miles north of Rocky Ridge, together with all household fur- AuYtin LrSeffner of'the'cUy Police ' "if' in f_f. atupU u" c Mle on July 24 ' Department, is reported, 'air at the ; ms Aatch this column lor de- Frederick Memorial Hospital J where he is undergoing treatment I lor a heart condition. j Mrs. Gilmore R. Flautt. Sr . Rock- ! | well Terrace, is reported to be Improving at the Frederick Memorial Hospital where she has been un- i ders;oing treatment since July 1- j : Mrs. Margaret Kern, of Brad- ' Tbe News. Frederick. Md.. Monday, July M, Local Mentions Watch Eepalrlng Carefullv Repaired and Adjusted by Watchmaker with long experience Jewelry and Clocks Repaired TYLER'S JEWELRY STORJE tailed advertisement. MRS. W. P. SMITH Fijht And Kill Japanese Beetles Use Pratt's DDT Concentrate Spray Sold At CARMACK'S GROCERY Custom Baling GLEN'ELLEN FARMS. Ijamsville. Md. Phone New Market 2013 Spraying For Bettles i Also dwarf red maples, and two ' G. ELMER BRENGLE Phone ^S6 j dock Heights, v.-as removed from . weeping willows for sale. ] the Frederick Memorial Hospital i where she has been undergoing ' treatment lor several months to the home of Mr. and ..Mrs. cQhas. · Fraley. near Thurmont. in the Cai toctin area. : The condition of Build Tour Bone IN SPRING VALLEY 60ft frontage lots 51.500 Ail improvements Motter Ave.. Opposite 13th St Bail or Jail? When the long arm of the law reaches out for you and ;he judge 16-year-old says. ' It's either Bail or Jail." . I Ernest \VCham May. Jr.. 310 West brother you're really srt a tight spot j ' South street, is reported satisfac- · unless you have our S5.000 Bail j tory at the Frederick Memorial Bond which is included w ithout ad- j i Hospital where he has been a ditional cost with every automobile I pat:en: since last Monday suffer- ! insurance policy wo i^ue. ; j ing from a dislocated shoulder and ' RALPH W. BOYER. j } fractured right arm sustained in j Boyer Insurance Agency i i a fall while watching the auto Xo. 1 North Court Street Reliable Junk Company MAURICE SCLAR Prop. Water St.. B O Ave. Phone--Office 966 Residence 17I2-W Highest Cash Price? Paid For All Kinds of Junk Used Pipe for Sale Local Mentions S. Klein 50 NORTH MARKET ST. Com« in and Shop in Cool Comfort Our Store is Now Air-Conditioned Paper Hanging CHARLES H, BAKES Phone 1529-J 906 Motter Aienue Paperhanging WM. J. SHREVE Ph. 2178-R 121 E. 6th Street For Sale--Late Floats Flat Dutch Cabbage. Tomatoes. Celery. Broccoli. Cauliflower. Brussell Sprouts H. FRANK FOLAXB. 304 College Avenue Phone 735 rsces at the Fair Grounds. Local Mentions Tele. 2214 Clearance! Spring and Summer Hats Reduced for Clearance S: 00--S200 and »j Price WACHTER and HILDEBRAND SU West Patrick Ss. Hillside Coal Company 4, S, 8 and 12 inch cement blocfc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Pbcne 39 i Sl.OO and $L50 Bushel ; For quick sale. Yellow Transparent apples at Orchard. Reichs Fcrd ; Phone 2065-W-l QUYNN ORCHARDS i In terms of armies ready to march snto action. Russia is the world's strongest power today--while the V. S. is weaker than at any time since the \var. Map shows disposition of Red armies according to basic Soviet defense policy. In armored units alone. Russia now has in being three more divisions than the IS armored and infantry divisions Army Secretary Royall says the U. S. may have by the end of 1949. Frederick Livestock Sales For Sale \ Brick house. 2 apartments. 4 and bath, on 1st floor. 3 | rooms ! rooms and bath on second floor. ' WANTED ! WANTED--TWIN STROLLER. CALL ; our We wul have our regular sale in steam heat 2 car garage, good' ____ r new barn. East South street , condition, north section. Earl os- W ~ V N or apply 233 LOST AND FOUND LOST _ CHAIN OF KEYS WITH PlaiSic plate and initial ~S". Re- v'- : Funeral Services For ' Two Decrees For ing are one sister. Mrs. Bradley pf c . Kerchiier Are Held Divorce Are Granted I Clem, Utica; one brother. Charles ' H. Storr, Frederick; nine grand- '_ Funeral services for Pfc. Charles · Mrs. Ethel L. I. C. Kuhn. of Em- children and seven great grand- E. Kerchner. who was killed over- j mitsburg. who testified before a children. Mrs. Michael rests at the ' seas while a member of the Fourth j court examiner that everytime her funeral home 106 East Church Division. Eighth Infantry, took I husband "got a nickel, he wanted street where friends may call after place from the funeral home in j to get a drink," was granted an 7 p. m. today. Funeral Wednesday Walkers ville Sunday afternoon at! absolute divorce from Kenneth J. morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment ' 2 o'clock, with prayers by Rev. ! Kuhn. Hanover, Pa., by a decree Dewitt Dickey. Rites were largely ! signed by Associate Judge Patrick attended. Pallbearers were Leon- . M. SchnauSer and filed in Equity in Mt. Hope cemetery. Woodsboro Kindly omit flowers. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. · ard. Howard. John Kerchner. Janies j Court todav. and Edward VanFossen and Leo j Mr , Kuhn aUo tcstified Ihat her Krantz. Military services at the | husband beat me were conducted by mem- · grave and took m awav £rom me that , bers of Company A. 115tb Infantry. worked for .- Sbe was represented Funerals Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Anna ^aticnal Guard, under command j £ } " Mary Virginia Stull. who died Fri- of Lieut W Horine. Taps were i d - ered to . he CQSts Qf . he un _ cay at her home in Utica. were held Bounced oy \\. R. Spurrier. Burial. contened D. Storm and was or. Sunday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock at was made in Mt. Hope cemetery, i Mrs i_ uc m e B . Xoell. Hagers- *u^ TT*;*-, ir^.nnrmiin'.i oAfrt^^rto^ \\oocsboro. G . C . HsrloH. funeral . _ _ . _ _ _ . ,, _ * _ , t » , ,the Utica Evangelical Reformed Woodsboro. G. C. Barton, funeral church. Rev. Merle Sollinger, her j director. pastor, officiated. Services were ; lirgelv attended. The church choir i sang, -My Jesus As Thou Art," and | p ersona lg "Goodnight Here, Good Morning I tip There." The Women's Guild of j town, was granted an absolute divorce from Guyon Richard Noell. formerly of Frederick. She was given the custody of three children and the defendant was ordered to pay S15 a week toward their sup- Miss 'Catherine Rothenhoef er and j port. He was also directed to pay the church, of which the deceased · Mr John R ot henhoefer, of Yellow ' the costs. Thomas S. Glass was af- had been a very active member Springs, have returned after spend- 1 torney for the plaintiff and William during her lifetime, attended serv- j j ng ^ e i r vacation with relatives ; M. Storm represented the defend- f-r\r TOf Elizabeth Albaugh, who died Fri- i Mrs. George Foreman. Johnsville: day near Central at the home o f ! and Mr. Edward Lee Hively. of P) her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. ; Washington, were recent guests of ices in a body. Pallbearers were, j = n Ohio and Indiana. ant. Frank Martz. Mehrl Sialey. Ernest j Miss Eleanor Pearre. Upper Col- I ' TJtterback, Chester Lenhart. Ray j i ege Terrace, had as her house j Baer. Bruce Ramsburg. Interment ; guest f or several days last week ! C-f was in ML Olivet cemetery. ML L. (Miss Adrienne Rich, of Baltimore, i Ol Creager and Son, funeral directors, i Miss Pearre and Miss Rich are · By Earl L. Douglass, D. D. - - · | classmates at Radcliffe College. | ARE BELIEF AXD ACTION' Funeral services for Mrs. Mary j Mrs. Carroll W. Cover. Detour: i ALWAYS RELATED? Jesus said on one occasion: "If ye knew these things, happy are ye if ye do them" (John 13:17. Many people hold the theory that ! all we need in the world is more 2:30 o'clock at the late residence, j Mr. and Mrs. George W. Myers ! enlightenment. If people know Rev. K_ D. Swecker officiated, j and son. George T. Myers. Grove ! what is right they will do it. But Mrs. Ernest H. Shipley sang "Be i Boulevard, returned Saturday af- j we need only look at the most Still My SouL" There were many i ter spending the week with Mr. ! privileged people to see that actu- flowers. Pallbearers were: W. Nel- and Mrs. T. Crawley Davis. Wil- ', ally a knowledge of what is right son Stauffer, Markell H. Nelson, mington. Del. Mrs. Davis is the . is not the least indication that George C. Reynolds, ML L. Nico- j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myers. ! one will embrace righteousness j demus. Everett G. Cashour and i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zeigier. ! and spurn evil. . Some of the big- Harry E. Etzler. Interment was in i Union Bridge, are receiving con- ! ?est sinners are people who have Central cemetery. C. M. Waltz, i graiulations on the -birth of a daugh- has every advantage to know what and Mrs. Charles McA. Jones, j Mrs. Nellie L. Hively, were held Sunday afternoon at! Third street. 103 West . extd . opposite Valentine's Asphalt I plant, on Tuesday night. July 13. ] at T p. m. tost). All kinds of live- j _ stock and poultry. j Oa Thursday night. July 15. at 7 ' , condition, north section. Early pos' HARRY E MOHLER. Real Estate Phone 2074 Questions And Ansicer* I p. m. d s t , we will sell the house! Give Your Old Glider a *Xew Look ,Q--What are the three sources ; hold furniture, machinery and mis- 1 6 pc Glider Cushion Sets ANTE 1 6-room house or 3-roois« apar:inent ; « Frederick by man and wife. No ' children or pets Permanent residents, j Possession by Oct. 1st. Write Fred- i crick NVws-Pos: Box 1012. 7-!2d3f \ w A N'T E'D" BUS. OPPORTUNITIES of atomic energy? j cellaneous articles A--The only known potential j sources of atomic energy are ura- j nium, plutoniurn jmd^ thorium. j Announcement i _ . . * . , · w 'e are pleased to announce that i Q--Is it ever permissible for any . we have opened a used car display !ag or pennant to fly over the j i ot on South Court Street, south o'f i Water-Repellent ROY H. RAMSBURG j (Reg. S16 98) . iReg. $1998 . KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR American flag? the Amoco Station. You are in- . A-- Yes. The church pennant of ! v ited to visit us for a demonstra- the Navy, during church services at sea. It is flown from a separate halyard, as a signal flag, and represents no particular church. Q--How many lobbyists are registered with Congress? A--The United States has a "house of lobbyists" functioning J n ' _ , u ~ ~ u p Congress today, with 1.142 regis- j ' jjfj lion of our used cars and trucks. THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Phone 2336 Yellow Transparent Apples Last week for best apples of the season for sauce or pies. Prices SI WANTED -- RETURN RIDE FROM Washington lo Frederick daily, leav- lng Washington about 6.30 p. m. $16.98 Phone 1103. 7-10d3t- FOR SALE house v -thin commuting distance i FOR SALE · from Frederick Please write full de- ! to Box Break t our Glasses? Save the pieces. Lenses can be duplicated from broken piece; Two to four hours Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted Complete Eyeglass Service MAAS OPTICIANS j WANTED" TcT 242-A N Market Phone I951-W cinity of Market 3rd. Call Fred- e - r l£*~~ 5 TL W - . 7-9d6f WANTED -- ELECTRicTCLOCK""ANS small electric appliance repairing. Work called for and delivered. The i Clock Shop. Phone Buckeystown 72, Buckeyslown. Md. 7-9d2 ARTHUR D. LAMBERT. 8 East Church Street Phone 53-J OIL STOVE. ... ,, !n oven. Cheap. Phone Walkersvilie 2132. 7-12d2t- new. [ 2 ie j Bar. -·» LUce trade, terms. McGee. Snack 7-12d5f -9d26t tered members. HILLCREST ORCHARDS. Reward! 2 Miles West of Frederick, Route 40 j For information regarding nine 1 j^f.TM' funeral director. The funeral of Mrs. Virus Ridge- June 30. Iter. Connie Lou. at the Frederick ! Memorial Hospital, on Wednesday, \vay Brown, widow of Rufus C. Brown, who died Wednesday afternoon, took place from the Meth- j church. Point of Rocks. Sat- afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. H. Haines. pastor of the church, officiated. Members of the church Mr. and Mrs. Hively Gladhill re- is right. Some of the people who violate the fundamental principles of religion most flagrantly are i those who are Q--Where is the Island of Rhodes and what country is it part of? A--Rhodes, largest of the Do- decanese, lies in the Aegean Sea near the Turkish mainland. Taken by Italy from Turkey in 1912. it was recently handed over to Greece. » » * Q--At what time of the year does witch hazel blossom? A--The witch hazel is the only tree or shrub native to the eastern United States which flowers and fruits at the same season of the year. It produces its brilliant yellow flowers late in autumn, which develop into fruit which matures the following autumn. · * * Q--Whv is Rome called the Eternal City? A--It was so called because the I Romans themselves thought that no matter what happened in the world, no matter how many other empires might rise and fall, Rome would go on forever. Q--Are Pennsylvania Dutch de I WANTED -- COUNTRY PROPERTIES ' and farms, reasonably priced. Have For better results, list with «n and experienced real estate · j FOR SALE--1939 CHEVROLET~l7T: Attention Bowlers stolen 100 Ibs. bottled gas cylinders, i b ro k cr . C««e P T? Keech P O Box ' L-5996: J-1163; J-36I2; J-868: L- i 73. Baltimore 3. Maryland. 7-Bd-U* We will be closed month of July i 10097; J-969; J-3267: J-970: L-4569. ! WANTED AT ONCE--TO RENT 3 OR to refinish our alleys. We are desirous of keeping them up to regulation perfection for your greater towling enjoyment. Reopen August 1st. ARCADE BOWLING ALLEYS General Hauling and Moving 34 LINCOLN APTS. Phone 1975-R Notice All members of tl:e Independent Hose Co. uniform rank wishing to parade" at Cockeysville. Saturday. July 17th. sign up at Engine House before Thursday evening. July 15th. GEORGE H. ODEN. Secretary. JONES "Metered Gas" Service 37 S. Market Street Phone 1620-R Flies--Roaches Ticks, moths, ants, mosquitoes. Jap beetles, and many other household insects killed with D. D. T. Bomb fortified with safe pyrethrum. effective and stays put for a long time.' The ideal insecticide for your home. Under normal conditions this bomb lasts t\vo to three months. WEIL BROTHERS. Frederick, Md. Phone 1900 Used Cars and Trucks 1948 Ford . 1941 Dodge S. Delx. Fordor Tudor 1941 Chevrqlet (2) Town Sedan 1941 Dodge'.. Fordor 1940 Pontiac Tudor 1940 Pontiac ,, Conv. Cpe. . , . _ . . _ " 1939 Ford Coupe scendea irom Dutch or German I 1936 Chevrolet Town Sedan people? A--They are descended from ~~. «. u ^. «,»«. Wlm , u __- , .. , ^ excellent posi- j Germans who settled in Pennsylva- turned to Defiance, 'o, ·to^.'-TM"*^ n fZ*P*SSL t %: TM ****** Co !° nial ^^ * Bridge with his home folks, the Vemcn Gladhills. t ilr. and Mrs. Harry Sourrier. Jr.. tween right and wrong Coleridge "once said that "our greatest mission is to rescue admitted truths from the neglect caused the 16th century, it was customary in England to apply the name Dutch to all Germans. This is how it hap- 1934 Chevrolet 1947 Ford choir sang. "Abide With Me,'' Mrs. j Tenne ss e e. arrived m Union Bridge, Everyone admits that qhristian- Margaret Elston sang. "Asleep In ! and are spending some time with fty j s a fine thing, but to make an Jesus." Pallbearers w ere: B. P. j hls Parents and other relatives. j admission of this sort and to lead MiskeL Wesley C. Shores. H. F. I Mr - and Mrs - Kenneth Haines. ; a Christian life are two different that the Ger- 1942 Ford . 1940 Ford 1935 Ford 1932 Ford . 1931 Ford Coach 1-Ton Stak- 2-Ton Stake 'i-Ton Pickup 14-Ton Chassis Cab . ... »i-Ton Stake Pickup car and . . . . Sterling and Ernest Clem. Inter- I n e a r Mt - AiO'- and Mr. and Mrs. j things. Al.-mst everyone believes *j±*~*. f.±n£y mt\jL jjii«.t,oi. v--it;iiJ, iXitcA"" i -- ·· · ' ' ^ -.-- ^ ?,i»iii^.^;. j.i.i.ii 1^%, t_ v t.A j \jn^. ut-t.JCiv^-3 ^ ment in St. Paul's cemetery. Point · Calvin Richard. Damascus, have re-; in the existence of God. but mil-I p mans came to be^misnamed Dutch, j condition and reasonably priced. .^ . . . j For a demonstration vijit our new Q--What is the name of the oath j lot on South Court street, south of all physicians and surgeons take? I Amoco Station. A--They take the oath 'of Hip- ! Accessories For Your Car We have everything from seat covers. U. S. Tires, to bolts and nuts. Low prices. See us for your needs. WEIL BROTHERS. Frederick, Md. Phone 1900 of Rocks. M. R. Etchison - and Son J turned to their homes after tour-i lions of people who would be _. ,,_ . . , . ._ funeral directors. j ing Tennessee. Kentucky and Ohio.! scandalized a{ the suggestion that' Q ~/ Vnat ^ lhe signi5car.ce of the ' covering approximately 2.000 miles, j they failed to use their religion j . Columns in tne Lincoln Memo- Mrs. James M. Lednum and j give no more place to God in | ri The funeral of George Sherman Stockman, took place from t h e home of his son-in-law and daught- THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. Your Friendly Ford Dealer Phone 2336 Drive Out--Drive In Curb Service 11 a. m. to 2 a. m Chicken In the Basket Jumbo Shrimp Ranchburgers T-Bones Eat and Relax in Your Car at THE SNACK BAR. Jet. U. S. Route 40 and 40-A Picnic Lunch Complete Take Out Service Phone 1983-J-3 er. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Ungle- ing ^o, Mrs Harry H. Witzke at daughter Jean have returned to 1 their daiiy lives than do the avow- A ~The 36 columns, one for each state in existence in Lincoln's time. · their home a.t ML Airy after visit- oee, in Jefferson. Sunday after- j Acua vista, on the Magothy River, noon st 1:30 o'clock. Rev. Maurice j Mr snd 7^. Harrv Hahn and Zumbru£ officiated. Pallbearers daughters . jear.ette and Brenda. Mt were Albert: T_ .Bussard. Harry C. Mrv left Julv _ for a 10 _ dav visit :P«meU -Austin Hale. Paul Z. Cnl- j to Atlantic City and the X, ' ler. W Ross Horine. " IJ TI -' r ' ed atheists. Truly it is a great mission for any of us to perform if. as Coleridge suggested, we can do something to rescue admitted truths from the neglect caused by their universal admission. . . ner. There was a profusion of as f ,. norJh as flowers a n d t h e raneral was __ = i · land States. They expected to go ' 'Copyright Sabson Newspaper Synd.) symbolize the Union. Local Mentions _ , t Brad%vater .,, WJU out of his office July 12. Painful Trap t«y. Jefferson. M. R. Etchison and ! * elr twenty-second wedding an-, Son, funeral directors. ] niv ^ rsa 5'" toaa £- ^ ,, _, i _ ' Mrs. amory L. Coblentz returned ; The funeral of David W. Thomp- · last Monday to her home at 122 J son, infant son of John W. and West Third street following a stay i Naomi Smith Thompson, of Orch- , of seven months at the hoine of her ' ard Beach. took place with ; son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and j , services at the grave side in Mt. ; Mrs. Arthur E. Fox. Grosse lie, j Hope cemetery, Woodsboro. Sun- . Michigan. i day afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Rev. i Citv Attorney and Mrs. Richard ', Frederick W. Lindke officiated- M. , E. Zimmerman, and young son. ! R. Etchison and Son. funeral dir- ' Dick, returned to their Magnolia j ectors. Sheep are the wealth of Afghanistan. . avenue home on Sunday evening. i having spent the past ten days at I Ocean City. Md.. whei they were ' registered at the Hotel Piimhim-1 ' mon. »' Nomads make yp a large share , of the population of Afghanistan. Man Shot, Companion Raped; Two Sought Honors Editor TSO S-ATSS POSTAGE! j Opeiousas. La. July 32 ,3,--A! 1 relentless search continued today \ · for two men who killed a retired i · naval oScer and raped his woman ; companion. | The office of Sheriff Clayton Guil- , beau said that between 300 and 500; · men--the greatest manhunt in the-' "history of St. Larxlrx parish 'COUP.-' · ty--was concentrated around Melville. 22 miles northeast of here Guilbeau, who led the search.! , idcntined the slain man as Albert' J B Couvillion of Melville. 39-year-j old former naval lieutenant. The j sheriff said Uvo men. believed t o . be Xegrocs. fractured Couvillion .-' skull, shot him to death and raocci j his 21-year-old woman companion j several times. 1 -:-- c." Ilrr.scs publisher WiUiam Ailen White, this 3-cent purple stamp will go TI sale July 31. A portrait of the author and editor is the Central Testival METHODIST CHURCH HALL. Libertytown. Md. July 14. 1948--5 p. m. Picnic Suppers--50c Amusements Sandwiches. Ice Cream. Soft Drinks Home-made Cakes Music by Yellow Snrings Band Benefit of Young Adult Class If Rainy--Next Night Fine Used Cars. 1947 Ford Conv. Coupe 1947 Chev. Club Coupe 1946 Chevrolet Tudor 1939 Chevrolet Station Wagon 1938 Ford Station Wagon 1941 Packard Sedan l 1»« Oldsmobile Sedan i 1938 Dodge Sedan i 1939 Plymouth Coupe ' 1S37 Chevrolet Coach . 1935 Ford Conv. Coupe . .. . LE PAGE MOTOR CO.. X. Market St.. Extended Phone 2058 Venetian Blinds Complete Renovating Service New Custom Made Blinds As Low. as 50c Square FL Aluminum or Steel For estimate without obligation call VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE Phone Frederick 2092 You F»y No More For The Best So why not use the best For the best in moving call MEADOWS VAN SERVICE Phone 677. Weekly trips to Baltimore and Washington. 4 room apartment or house In or near Frederick. Couple and 2 children. Ralph Roderick, care Cllne's Furniture Store. 7-7dGt* WANTED--GOOD USED' CARS. WE will pay top dollar for your used car. or ive win sell your car for you at your price for a 10% handling charKc Sell now while hlRh prices prevail Bring your car and title in today The Frederick Motor Co. 117 West Patrick St. Phono 1092 4-2dtt OLD DISABLED DEAD ANIMALS Quickest sanitary removal If It's too late for the doctor, call Reos. Frederick 127! 24 hour service We pay telephone chances Always on the Job d-tt HELP WANTED ---- 7-t2d3f %?, SALE -- 1 YEAR OLD MALE Dalmatian. Phone 1227. 7-12d4t FOR SALE--HOUSE ON WHEELS 27 National trailer, (newi. Gas '· e '?j tr ' c Refrigerator and water 5 5i Sleeps 4. Trade, terms, or -2t?i;i?£^_?njy* Ba r. 7-12d5t - it SALE--LOT 50x200 FT ON LEE (-.^. -..'*!. _ I A *. _ _ _^. · " _nL 7-12d3f FOR SALE--FOUR-DOOR FORD SE- dan. Wm. Cole. Grant Street. 7-12dlf FOR SALE -- SMALL FARM ~5s *,££?· ~-° u acres clca «d. balance timber. Creek through propertv. 15 MoSgomerv ' ,, . . merv County Md. New modern home juj't completed, never occupied. 12x24 liv- LlfrtT 00111 - fl ,T c P IaCe - dining room and S w n .2 n Htst floor - tnrce bedrooms »na bath on second floor, spacious ?.' 12 J^ 4 basement - P«« 510.75? X C ^ f . r ° m owner - Save commis- Good terms to responsible buv- 0r ' e: Hobart 6 93-«. addr HELP WANTED--CARPE.VTERS. AP- ply Lmganore Filtration Plant. Allied Contractors. 7-i2d5f HELP WANTED--MALE. SALESMEN (2) with car to train locally for permanent position with large manufacturing concern. Will consider inexperience men who are willing workers. Men accepted will work under direct supervision of sales manager. No canvassing. Learning while training. S6O weekly. For personal interview write Frederick News-Post Box 1001. 7-12d5t WANTED--IVTIGHT MAN FOR GAR- age. Must be steady worker, honest and sober. Top pay. Good working conditions. Steady year-round job. Vacation with pay. Weil Bros, 331 N. Market Street 7-12d3t MAKE S25 SELLING 50 BOXES 21 for ?1 Xrnas cards. Also with name on 50 and 23 for SI. Napkins, coasters, stationery and complete line. Costs nothing to try. Send for samples and selling plan on approval Merit. 370 Plane St.. Dcpt. 210. Newark 2. N. J. WANTED--MAN WHO CAN QUAL- Hobart 6 93-«. address A. . - a P art nient 307. 1831 2 n d E, Washington 2, D C 7-1 2d2t« _ _ SPECIAL ON 1 PH.. 1750 RPM~NEW .Tl' .?· moto «- '.i h.p. split phase with thermotecter. $12.00; 1A h n s P h "*- S13.00; 3 h p capaci ? or _ , . _ other G. E. 1 ph. motors up to 5 h.p" and 3 phase up to 50 h.p.- control equipment and parts carried in stock Hagcratown Equipment Co_ ' · town, Md. 7-12d4tx7-I3wlt BUILDINGS AR^ry SURPLUS. SEE*Ji?TM z ed. easy to assemble. 20'x20' S300.00. Deliveries by truck direct to lot. $50.00 to Frederick area. Larger sizes. BIdg. on display 1816 N. 5th St., S£_?^ SL. Open S H n day 12 to 6. State 7-7: Surplus Bldg. Co. FOR SALE -- 1341 MERCURY ,. ve £ ub!c - radio and heater. Apply 318 E. Patrick St Apply after 6 p. nl 7-10d6f FOR SALE -- 21 FT. FURNISHED house trailer. Sleeps 4. Newly painted inside and out. Apply J. p Hartsock. Maple Ave.. WalkersviHe- Phone 273 7-10d3t* ify for management of profitable FOR SALE -- l WINDSOR rnrvKT business in part of city of /redcrick. ! stove. 1 prewar oil itove- Bo» to LVl-|f*» »»«.Ij»tcTh « r\M.«* XTT~W~* Af* TKO tv,,*.^ »!*, . . -»^WM* A1 Write Chester. Pa 's, Dept. 42-158, 7-12.l5d2f AMAZING CHPJSTMAS C A R D S -Sell big profit Bne to friends, oth- :rs. No risk, no cjcperience. Full line Hhristnias. everydays. w r a p p i n g s , lotes. Gorgeous 50 for $1 witi? name, eadcr prize Christmas, famoifs floral notes on approval. Free imprint Iton Greetings. 147 J __ D=pt. 682. Boston. Mass. 7-12dlf good condition. Apply at 402 si. If _ . . .St. 7-10d2t* S250 IN MEMORIAM BAUTvIGARDNER.--In memory o f ; our beloved mother. Mrs. Irene! C. Baurngardner who departed this , j life two years ago. July 32. 1946. . I j Asleep in Jesus : Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep! j From which one never v.-aes ! weep: i A cairn and undisturbed repose. ' Unbroken bv the last of foes. See Blick's Indian Cycle Shop For Schwinn and Columbia Bicycles New and Used Used Motorcycles 2 Harley Davidsons--1946 Excellent Condition Fast Cycle Repairs My Prices Are My Best Advertisement 9 3 -i EAST THIRD STREET Phone 2G80-J Salvage Highest market prices for Waste Paper. Rags. Metals. Iron. Tires. Hides. Greases, etc. For Sale: I Beams, Angles, Chan- ne5 iron. Reconditioned Pipe, etc FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY. WANTED 310 Chapel Alley Phone 333 Frederick, Md. Frank Gastley Sons BIG. EASY PROFITS TO 100^ SELL- ing new. novel Christmas card, gift wrapping, panorama. Christmas carol assortments. Bonus. Special offers. Re- cniest free samples 30 for $1.00 per- SALEp-PRTMA WASHEH. LIKE new. whirl dryer with pump For quick sale best offer, 144 W. Church Street- Phone 281. 7-10d3t* FOR SALE -- SEVEN FT. FRIGID daire. Oriole table-top gas range, condition. Call 2368-W. . 7-10d3t* FOR SALE--USED JOHN DEERE 12- A motor driven combine. Gladhill Brothers. Damascus. Md. 7-10d3t FOR SALE -- BABY CARHLA.GE ET perfect order. 20 dollars. "18 West " J *" ' 7-10d3t sonals. silver imprint line, name im- 3rd st - ___^__ printed and floral stationery and j FOR SALE -- A GOOD SEASONED feature Christmas samples on ap-} oak cattle body with racks 6 ** proval. New England Art Publishers, j high. 13 ft. long. 1 ft. 10-ia wide "a North Abington 265, Mass. j let down gaSe on back. A- B. Veirs. 7-12.26d2t« HELP WANTED -- 3 EXPERIENCED wool pressers for dry cleaning plant. S1.25 per hour, furnished Box 494. RockvUle. Md. Rockville 2 " 3 - 7-10d6t FOR SALE--TWO ELECTRIC FAXS. Apply Bucher's Restaurant. Woods- r -- --- ·.--*· ^-w- .*wk, t tu * A 1^3* 1^1^ * »fyi.T j_»*j^nc» 3 i\t5Laurarii_ »OOO apartment available if wanted. Tele- boro. Phone Walkersville 2938 phone Oneida, New York 311, collect. 7-9d3t* 7-10d3t · Asleep in Jesus, peaceful re?t- , V."hose '.vakenins :s supremely · blest: ] Xo fear, no ivoes ?hal! dim that hour. Wedgrcd between an elevator ^ « * . » . » ^ ^ * « A l t C 1 ^ » U I O 1 ) A J T cab and the wall of th- shaft, · no onc else but you ' Bruce 13-year-old Charles T a n n e n I Shares anv tiny part. The South American country of Columbia was once known as New Granada. Most so-called Panama hats are made in Equador. J ana its back tears, as Chicago firemen prepare to cnt him free with acetylene torches. Trapped for 40 minutes, the boy only suffered a possible fracture of the left lee. i For the Best in Used Cars to See These . 1948 Studebaker. 4 Dr. Sed. 1 1947 Kaiser. 4 Dr. Sed. , 1947 Plymouth. 4 Dr. Sed. ! 1947 Chevrolet Club Coupe . 1947 Chrysler. Town and Country 11946 Chevrolet. 2 Dr. Sedarf 1946 Oidsmobile. 4 Dr. Sedan 1946 Jeep ,,,, . , , 1941 Chevrolet. 2 Dr. Sedan jThat man.ests the Saviours power. 1941 Packard , Seven p^,. Sed ^ n 1 By Her T^ovin^ Daughter 143 I f 'iee CSub C«,upe I MP.S CAROLINE B ALB-\UGH IS4 ° Chevrolet 4 Dr. Sedan f A n d Snr 1939 DC Soto. 4 Dr. Sedan ·' Pvt. GEORGE T BAUMGARDXER 1938 Packard Convert Coupe ; " 1P33 Nash. 4 Dr. Sedan i In Mcmoriam 1937 Dodge. 2 Dr Sedan j METZ. Bruce W -- I n memory of 1937 Terraplanc Coupe I Bmce W" Metz. who departed :his 1947 Crosley Pickup Truck 1946 CMC =4-ton Truck 1940 CMC 2-ton True!; 19:7 Ford Pickup Truck 1936 International Pickup 1928 Chevrolet Panel Truck Salesmen to 9 00 p. m Sf" Our 1ed Car Lot Next to the V. F. W. Aonroved Packard--WWyj-Overland Sales and Service BARBARA FRITCH.'K MOTOR CO. Phone 1286 work. The Snack Bar. GIRLS FOR COUNTER 7-10d3f FOR SALE -- REPAIRED GENEHA- tors. starters Blair's. ?7? W South St. Phone 3346-M. 7-9d30t* FOR SALE--SMALL ELECTRIC~~H- frigerator. S50. V. W. Yinglin? near " 7-9d3t* GIRLS WANTED--APPLY CRYSTAL, Laundry. 7-10d3t ! HELP WANTED--XMM£DIATELY7~A _-____^________________ dependable woman for light gen- FOR SALE -- RIP SAW eral house work. PJeasant home and j horse power motor. Cheap Call at good wages. Located on Rt. 240. Blue ' City Auto Radiator Works. 6 S Bentz Ridge bus line. 30 mi. from Fred- ! St. 7-9d3t" enck. 20 mi. from Washington Mrs.' Basil Mobley. Der-wood. Maryland. | Phone Ga:thersburg 354-W-I j 7-10d2t i-FT. GLID- er house trailer. 3 rooms and sfiow- j er. Completely eqaippedt Electric re- "· fpgerator. gas range, doable sink. Spinet--Pianos Shipment arrived, are greatest value for money. Several used pi- I anos reasonable. j THE PIANO SHOP ' 4th and N Market Street __- . ,. . ,,_ ,,-, ^ ^--,, WANTED -- TYPIST. STATE AGE.' sleeps four. Sacrifice. Dixie Cottage For EiPlr-Picher education, experience. Write Box 1 Csrnp. Washington Pike. PJione Fre?" -^ _-= j~ T i 4- j r- » 807. Frederick News-Post^ 7-9d3t -crick 3577-J-l. 7--t!3t Certified Insulation and Eagle-, WANTED -- DAiRi-MAN~AND~FAM- · FOR~SAL5 -- CHRYSLER CONVER: PlCber Aluminum Storm WjndO'WJ . i!y to operate farm in upper Mont- , tible. Apply 501 E. Church Street. and Dcors see H J Kcster. phone | eoanery county: so cow dairy, best j 7-9d3f 532-J. 316 E. Third St. Frederick, j Ze^v^tog'^i^^ \ FO ? SALE ~ A - K - C Md. dre;s Box 909. care Frederick News- . Post. FREDERICK HOMES INSULATING COMPANY FOR RENT FOR RENT-- FRONT BEDROOM 300 East 3rd St. _ _7-12d3t^ _ ~ DECOR- c»n F«ist j, cr nioiilii. No _ _ TWO NEWLY FOR RENT ; a:ed 3-nom I Third St. Re-n! , children. Call Iir_!d»ck 2201 I 7-l2d3t_ ; FOR KENT -- FURNISHED ROOM ' w i t h kitchen privileges. Phone 482- J. 7-!Od3f HELP W: REGISTERED . s. Mrs Kobert . '. Routzahn. 405 East Main St., Mid---- --- '-SQ3,. · dletown. Md. Phone 69-M. 7-9d6t* WANTED -- STENOGRAPHER. ' FOR S.ALE~^T~io^PIECE~WALNUT excellent con- Frederick 3985- 7-9d3f HELP WANTED with MARRIED MAN* _ __ ^~« O^- ' FOK SALE-- 1942 DIAMOND T TRAC- speed license. 1939 Studebaker. air. FOR RENT-- FURNISHED BEDROOM, HELP WANTED--SINGLE OR MAR- r;ed man to live :n. to operate 44 sta!! dairy ar.d barn References pre-Tr, near preferred 23! E | life. June 29. There's a s-ad t^d story v.-rit:cn On the pages of my heart. 5-jj Johnsv::ic. Union Bridge. Rou;e No. 2. 7-Sd6f FOR SALE--SEVEN GOOD COWS. T. B. · Bangs tested Take your pick from 23 coxv herd. Jsrseys Guernseys, ar.d Hols-cms Elmer R." Glass. Rocky Sidgc. Md. Thurmont 45-F-22 -7dSt FOR RENT -- FURNISHED ROOM ! Hr.LP WANTED -- SALES CLERKS. ' FOR SALE--NEW ~MACHINERY"~IM- next to bath. 131-A West South St., ._?f.? u .' a _ r »TMi'?TM- "'K- 1 S= h °°J ! .mediate delivery. io-fL Case power hat sad story Complete in every way, And I'll always miss you, darling Just as I do today. i By Hi? Loving P a r r n K MR. And MRS. HENRY METZi FOR RENT -- TWO ROOMS FOR light housekeeping. Wnte Sox 804 Frederick News-Post. 7-9d3t FURNISHED ROOM." -TcIGt RENT -- FURNISHED FOR RENT West Church _ S t FOR 18 WANTTD--EXPERIENCED AND pa:nters low-dovm wagons, 2 new Jeeps manure spreaders. 4-bottora Case plow, corn planters, cement Tr.ixers, ROOM for 2 gentlemen. Twin beds. Private bath. 525 N. Market Street. 6-30dtf FOR RENT--SANDER AND EDGF.R- Plenty of sandpaper, varnishes nnd shellac C. F Hartman. East Street, Frederick. Phone 1334 and 5*.' experienced pa:nters \\iliinR to plow, corn planters, cement Tr.ixers, ·ork Good st.irtmc pa. Rodney ' hamrr.ermills. tractor woodsaws pow- omas corner of Market and 3rd. i er corn shcller? New Hoilsnd baler Toma Scotty's, any morning «t 6.45. 7-6d6t* WANTED--EXPERIENCED COOK TO tske complete charge of kitchen. Ful! time, pood salary Apply Tic- Tok Rcstaurdnt, 71 S. Market "Street. e-18dtf twine, also used Ford truck. Lot of other machinery. Guv C. Kline, Mv- ersviHe, Maryland. Phone Myersvill* 280',. 7-7dT5l FOR SALE--15-CASF. DRY COOLING box. Good condition used S months Phone Mt. Airy 164-W-2. 7-Sd«t* iNEWSPAFERr

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