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December 28, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 5

Frederick, Maryland
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TBB DAILT IfXWB, FREDERICK, MB, MOWDAT, JW, 1V81. DEATHS Mrs. JBlfe A. Watkte. Mrs. Jua* A. WatiJBB. widow ot Noah Waitsas. died at the home at her r, Mrs. Edgar Davis, near Moa. at 1 odock Sunday tnonalag after zn itoess of a week, of heart -.rouble. Besdes her daughter, she a survived by the fcLknr;isg chiMrea: G. W. Watia=s. CarissbtHp: Mrs. W. G. Resume Of Services In City Churches Sunday Grace Kefenned- ^ Tbe Gr»ce Reformed ch'irch school : are rht. John Si. Grove. et Suriday raorsmg at 9.45 o'clock · ' Devy.iocal, Geo. W. aset with aa atteadance o* 305. Xglehart. Cerma=tc»-n; Mrs. Frank At the church service at King, WoodTield; Mrs. C. H. Barber,'. tfee pastor. Rev. Ral-ph E. Hsrtaaa. ATJiur L WatSr^. Cedar Grove; Les-i spoke to tise ji^iiors ort "Keepias ter WatkW. Gaitiersburg: Mrs. Pfail Chr^-^ias.-' T=« subject of his serrcoc Bro^. Darsascus; Mrs. Ralph But- -ns. "Tie DJI«reaoe CHr-s'-^as Has ek Fargo. N D.; 43 graarichl£r«s Made." A daet was JT^S by Or. A. 13 great grscdchlldreri. Mrs. | R. ReasSwrg and Hosier Simpson. In Wztiirjs aid S: of Communion will be observed next 1 Sunday morninj and »t the evening; service" the hymn; "Nearer. My God To Thee," will be dramatfced *lth a «cr- j rcoci by the minister, j The Leaders Bible Class has appointed the following committees to serve for iihe New Year: Publicity. H. F. Wall. · chairman: Markrll NeSsos. Francis i;h*r, Oliver Ensle^recht.. Guy Ra- ·. Robert Ship-ej"- Bowers. chapman: M. R. Etchisoa. G. J. MJcha«l. D J. Heason. F. Luther Rice. Chas. i W 2^mrcenaaii. Bradley Free. Reception. Wm. G. O5en. chairman; C. H. C. Rhoderici. Jacob Mackley. Brsdley Free. John M. Gro\e, Alrie R. Wolfe. Lester Fuimer. Social. L. G. Wachter. chairman; Leaves Hospital Geo. for the cantata -aas as . Geesej. E. N. is. Fred Dunn. ··The He Mx?r?. Greatest Eva Masiv.-. Chs. Free, chairmai;: Mil' larc Crtim. B. A. H. Brust. Jr.. John Mrs. Lt^ v CccLsjr Ptr-era: Tuesday *iter=in at 2 o'ctock | foSoTref Chords by :he cr.cir, "Hear : at the SaJea M. E. churcb, Cedar | Angels'_Sosg^ Grove, ci which she was a devout i G " : member. Interment adjoinrag: cense- · Tfcocsas: tery. Roy Barber, La.Tton«-U!e, funeral j jggf^,; .: 'j^ ^. £ Mx , re . Mrs. Directors, Eiw. S. Rix. caarmaa: director. - p,,^,..^ si^er. Jr.. Arthur Re=3erg. John Gro-.e, C. H. C. Chas. ' K liripson: bass solo. -The New · W. Zanseraian. Hsrry F. WU, John d Re , G*-je2d^=er. Chas. Barger. Mt. Airv LOCAL MENTIONS FUNERALS Mt. Airy. Dec. 28 --The boagu* of M w c T v , The funeral ol Miss Mollie K Tib- I E. Church- South, had a:i appropriate w c T v o . Frederick, with Mr*. j r took place this mornics *» 1° *° i program last Sunday ··v.-n.r.g under trie , W:n scnn Udt. superintendent o! flag o'clock with sen-lets st the home o! instruction ol MUs Oil;, .r. 1 -r the turn?- , rnissi'-ri work will icert at the home of Guy I- Poat. 113 West Trurct str*e«. ; fit of \.vitor» from :!«· l i v - n League | Mrs. Roy beithennan. Tuesday. Dec. 29. conducted by Kev. Dr Ainoi J Tra-.rr l'h«- uwviiug »..»· v»rv. -. 'i\ '.he The parfcearers wre Grayx« K RVA- cUra Balle Bt-ck. 11^. vd b\ Isabel!*- cr» A W Cond«!. Mehrl F MotxrX litnr.-.* Br:oe P. S*lby. John Wi^cn. ssd Guj r -hf Christ- at Monterac on Wednesday. at -' p ra POTTS GRIFFIN. Interment in M; O'-\c'. Harry E- Car.y. fur-oral d.- --The raiKe BS' k-ceaaxr 19. a:i! i Fwrnttuw * hit Is Ma* Nellie ; Prxre* Reasonable .t: d Mr*. M i GEORGE W _ -,o-.i. 'ho ;dr-. ' 108 E. fourth S: Tne fkiiK-ral of Mss» facl May Booker took place Sa'.ireay alterr.oon rrorc tae home of Mer :.:l*r. Jo^pU Bs*« ( . alpwu!w ... u :nr u u a w . w:l com . Donation arc »:.ll bviru; re- K: artccx daughter ol MV. Huntlo ol Kltgt".i! i -- The Mt Ainr Park v-i work Cali For HtT«CHEX. Franklia street, at : o'cl-oe* »ith serr- .oes conducted at '-he home of R*v ! ··'·« Hoofl. The funeral cortege · «-^^ Bex Foentaia Scrricc IB fh* Ctty. t»EOPLE-S SERVICE ORCG STORES WE CAN GIVE YOU INFORMATJOS ON ANY TYPB OF PROPERTY. SALES--EXCHANGES--RENTAL6 APPRAISALS--MANAGEMENT LIST YOUR PP.OPHRTY WITH TJS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. POTTS GRIFFIN, REALTORS 'PHONE 600. Mrt Udildge Moxl'-y : rar K:djtc- x.iy. wlio WAS o;yrrsi'*a ujvii lor ap- r-:.airi'-is i". Frederick Cl'.y H-.v-p.tal I -Prvf. ,7 K. Sini'.l'., tormrr prir.or-*il !r- j'!!it:st -st tij '..laiiil.T. .^'..t'e S-iii.- lor urn. Surjiey MUJSTUX Is Iwitig trrate^ CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TiLE PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Sampjp's Miior. n-car -»i*o *^.vu.u«- .-»-j«.- ,. . --.. ...^^.^ . Ferrj'. where services ·**re ', neld ic tix- Ch-^rch o! God con- , cuoted by Rev Samuel A Klpe. Bruns- · Th' %rVC chcv.r of St Barnabas . acs\upanuied the ooru^v ai^l several selecuojis The pallbearers wi-re Sherwood MrKmey. Pa^l Mi-ct-r- brand. R is«r Bnghtw*;:. Jack HoSniia. tor urn. I Raymond Sinith, Howard Murphy. In- ' . :*raierit in the ce-raetery adjoisiag the \ by Dr Kelley. Baltinscrc. !or a gro»tn i o x urch Harry E. Cartv. Juaerl di- or. the hand. : rrs:ur. " . -- Thomas Snir.h rxar HarrisMile. has CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK i , returned to h^. honf al'-ir irfairnritt - t The fimer»l of Mrs. CaroJr.e R for syphoid feiir 1:1 r~recciK-s Ci'.y THE first husband be^ig Oliver F. Suaaa^rs. She is survived by one sos. Charles D. Summers, at whose home she IJ«d. FuaerE! Tuesday aftenxmn at two o'cloci- Services at the horce, in charge of her pastor. Rev. Phi^o Bower, oJ Emrcitsburg Lutheran church. In- lencent in Mt- View cemetery, Emmitsburg. Sac grancichildreri will be pa3- bearers. Henry M. XnH. Henry M. Null, formerly of Hamey, died ai the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ella Menchey, Baltimore, Saturday morning at 5 o'clock. He was aged 86 years- Mr. Suli was a son of the late Samuel arid ·M*g T =a!i-np Null. He was a member of the Hamey lodge of the Mystic Chain, and of the Eamey X O. O." F- lodge. Pursers! Monday morning witb services at the Hamey Lutheran church, at 11 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Sanderson, -pastor, officfotfrg latesment in the Barney .Lutheran cemetery. The pallbearers ·were John Fream. Murray Fuss, Samuel Snyder, Harry Wantz, Merrfe Eyler and William Reck. The r.«i tj her horce on vras organs:, and , street with a severe cold, tcr. ' ------ cietf win · MSss Ruth Msrtz. who had been a · Cooley. «ho died at her home *t Park pital. MUls Friday, toe* place today at .11; --Mus Mollic S.i "ley. Mam s'.rcrt. . o'ckxrk. a Mt. Olivet cemeteo' chapel. ; inras taken Ul te: , ·rervires were conducted by Rev Doug- morning Sser phy^.cuip. ai v . ^«! hospital | Koorl. of All Salr.ti' church. The -T^trju-nt at or.iri- ai.a ^^.p was taken :· the Cliurx-h Ho:::i-. IJal:::i!orc. arsd .1:; ojvra'iou ivr:-n:va usiaiedlately Mus.- Shipley :s si Rhtl;, ;n:;rned --Mrs Wilcox t{ South Mala j!rce' ar.d daughter- , hile crossing pallbearers were Charles Crawford. Ira more thaJa Sears. Veraou YagUng, Harry Ccs.- a week ago. :ha is how Winston gro\-. and David Knode. al! of the M- Churchill, iatnous British statesman. | cinity ol Park Mills. Interment was i on lea\-ins the hospiuil tor his | made Ln Mt. Olivet censeterv. George, is \is::i«g »:th her i . · - . - . _ . . meet on Tuesday afterrjoon at 2.30 at · patient at the Maryland State Sana-he c v "c'i... near Sabillasvilie, has returned her home on East South street, and Christmas Entertainment. [is greatly Improved. Christmas services of the Beginners' i ____^________ Dermrtaient of E-.'asgelcil Lutheran', --^--~---church school was held Saturday aft- ! \\7~~ "^U^«^ ersoon from 3 to 4 o'cloci- The pro- I WOOQSDOrO XMAS ENTERTAINMENT OF W. Pet*rs. funeral director. ; iu-law, Mr. arsd Mrs Wilcox. ! I - j Washington. : I The funeral of Mrs. Kate Shaven ! --Mr. isr.d Mrs O B Buokir.ghan: I -icuUer. wife of Phillip L. CuUer. took ; enwrtauwd in honor or the birthday* of '. ! p ,_ ce Jrom ^ Lu3te . s Lsiteeraa charch . | .j,,.,.. da{l8h , er L -. c .j^ and brothc V.. n _ FeagavUie. Sunday afternoon at 1 i law. C. P. Baker. Other guests were o-ciock. services were conducted by Rev . Mrs. C. P. Baker. Mrs. Calvin Baker George H. Seller. Tne pallbearers, flve i en d Billy Grimes. gram: -- Miss France «r r-v.--e -Merry c __ Love Brings Us He-c _.,,_,.___, Dec. 23.--The Parent meeting of \Voods- h l which «vas held in the Interesting Program By Chi!- 'r-rpriews, were: Preston B .Zimmerman, 0 =" J Earl W. H. Mercer. Clyde H. Culler, l wwk-cnd guwt recentlv Roland K. Culler. ai:i J. D. Shawea, j Bell!?or:. Bal'.in-.cre 'and her brother-in-Ia-A-. Kunz E. CuJ- ll-ior! had a^ her i dren Saturday Afternoon. Miiintc i Hammond. Jr.; s^xr-ns, « = --= v^. ; ,,, ______ ___.,_,_ Today." Betty Abrech:. "Tnani liou ; . j^,^^ Mrs Maurice . c .j e rback. Mrs. ! Maurice Holbruner. and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Foster Fink. Mrs. Melissa E. Fink, wife of Foster Fink, died at her home ta Locust Valley at 11 o'clock Saturday night of pneumonia, after an Ilipfss of little over a week, aged 37 years, 9 months and 4 days. Besides her husband, she is survived by seven children: Harold, Edward, Cletus, Bay, Caroline, Gay »-nd Donate Fink. aJJ at home. Funeral Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Locust Valley Church of God. Rev. William HerpSch, Brunswick, win officiate. Interment adjoining cemetery. C. T. K. GlaririiTI, funeral director. Augustus Watktns Augustus Watfclns, formerly of - raascus, died Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at tae Methodist Protestant Home for the Aged. Westminster, aged 78 years. He is survived by the following sisters: Mrs. Hespie Harrison. Baltimore; Mrs. Alice Gardner, Freder ick; Mrs. Lavinia Bums, West Virginia; Mrs. Susie Pue, California; Mrs. Fannie Mullinix, Florida. Funeral this afternoon from the Beall Funeral Home, Damascus, with services at Montgomery chapel at 1.30 o'clock. Interment adjoining cemetery, J- B. Beall, Inc., funeral directors. of M. R. Etchisoa and Son. 214 North Market street. Tuesday morning at 11 '_' · o'clock. Interment in Mt. OUvet cem- dircctor*. --Mrs. Susan Wilt Poole :s ^2··nd- ', ing some tint? with her daughter and ' son in Baltimore. . ! LOCAL MENTIONS l Doris Petrott; singjn?. "Why Are L-U-e j S:ni:h; we irare. Mrs. Gail CutshaU. Mrs. · Children Gay?"; talk. Dr. Traver; OS- ! __,__,. recliations. Josephine Bowers, · and Mrs. was as follows: Recita- tree. The program was as follows: Beginners' Department. Members F. II. S. Alumni. We have a treat in store lor you | Tuesday night at our Mid-Winter dance i . at the High S:h-.xv. Autiitorium from | The funeral of Gleu N. Washington, t 9 ti:; I 00 Don'; ir.iss icarlui Floyd ! colored, took place from Pleasant View Bowers t o i a . . -Away in a Manger." VUgbilk j ^an. five girls: Christmaf play. song, citation. "My ; singing. "Oh, Li'-tie Children i fourth 3ndbm th grades; reading. Hte- 1 recitation. " ' Greeting." Joyce Was'Jer; *g. at 11 o clock conducted by On the Air." Xed Helfen- W. Burnett. g s r e n . - . . isbert; playlet, third grade; ' stein; recitauon, ·'Christmas Greeting," jJacsson and f. j c B i eh: Doris Gosnel: recitation, "Chrjtmas in "Pallbearers: ' Leakins Do You Know?"; re:itatiocs, Mary Alice i ^-^ Geisbert; ^-.^ ^.^ 0 .»^, ,, , . , , » _ and Lois Jean Davis. Nancy schroeder; -^-^ p^f. j. c . B i eh: . o^.-is Gossel: recitation, "Christmas in "Pallbearers: Charles Page. Little Children-": announce- ' Mrs . -Rrubur Krise, Mrs. Ernest Ut- ' 2 Basket," Bessie Studebcer; recita- ; bush. Joseph Beaner. Claud ^^.^ ^^Sins. "Jesus. Friend of Little . terback. and Mrs. Reuben Bair were ' ti»n. "Welcome.- Mary Lou Eiltner: Edward Broote and Otho Bowins^ in- Chilfiren"; benediction, Dr. Traver. | appointed as a program committee for . reflation. "The Wreath,'^ Mary Ellen j termers^in colored c ^ m ej.ery near White Gifts Cash 51,080.08. The White Gifts presented at the annual Christmas service of the Evan- i Dick Bair, Edjar Biddicger, Curtis · beginners; recitation, "A Present for geiical Reformed Sunday School De- ! Holbruner. Harold Keeney, Mildred Santa Claus." Ruth McDevitt: recita- ' cember 20 totaled Si.OSO.08 in cash ! Grimm. Virginia Bowers. Mary Pitting- ' :ion. "Can Santa Spell?" John D. Hen- ! orchestra Get your ticket* in advance from your ol- flcers directors. Admission. 75c per person. John W. Nu: 1 .. auctioneer. Win. H. Renn. clerk, \v-Ji sell on Tuesday. De- ccinbir 29, 1931. at 1 p. m. at Adamstown, for Jesse Kreig, blacksmith and PERSONALS Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friend for in addition to gifts of substance. : er. Siity Stoner. Romaine Krise, Eva- drtiksos.; retitation", "My Report Card." [ Rev. and Mrs. Nat G. Barnhart l e f t , the:r kindness shown dunns IHaess and Of this. SS53.31 was for the orphans ; lene Lenhart. Bemadirie Douglas. Mary Joseph D. Baker, 2nc;" recitation. "A '· this morning to spend the week at their i neath of our wife and mother. Mrs. at the Eoftman Orphanage, Littles- j c. Crumm. Rebecca Biddinger, Bradley Picture and a Frame," Cornelia Dertz- ! former homes at Crimora and Crozet. i Rosa ^ L HcSner. also for flowers and town. Pa. and the balance was designat- i Barrick. Catherine Baker. Lough Barber baugh; recitation. "A Wish." Eleanor ' va. "" """ "" ed as foUowsi-Piee Mountain Settlement : Carl BoEer. Ira Kline, Franklin Hitch: GambriS; recitation. "Included," Paul ' School, $25; Frederick County Cha; cock. James Burrier, Robert Smith, Or- i VTisner; recitation, "Mr Gift," Mildred j. Misses Regina Culler and Helena i use o! automobiles. ---HCSBAND AND CHILDREN. H; recitation. "God Bless Us All," · Brandenburg, who spent Roberts, Sanny Hartie: recitation, "Christmas * week-end in Washington. dren's Ai'd" Society, $23: Federated . -eile Smith. ChariUes of Frederick, SI5; Salvation j ciifzon Smith. Wo-odard Army, Reformed $10; for charity Home, 515; Board of Home Missions. Arrna-ha Bo~ers, Mildred Bostian' '^ri. "little' "Falries."~~Frances Kelier; ned Church Messenger. , jack Dorcus, Bemlce TJtterback, Ophelia : LS a Spelling Time," Clyde Roney, Jr.: ' turned .rity. S22.50: Nazaraeth ; Donsife, 3Iarkel Holt, Evelyn CaldweU. recitation. VictorJie Crutahley: recita- j $10. White Gifts of substance included the j- t tnrrn -. Warren Srnitli. .-e-citation, -Christmas Smiles," Billy Taliey; song, ··Lullaby." girls of the Kg.... DJ-. Joseph X. Wyndham. Word T^as received Sunday by Mrs. I pkgs. spaghetti. 1 pkg. cream of , Wayne Cramm. John Grirara. LeRoy wheat, 1 pkg. wheaties, 2 pkrs. beans. 2 Hilderbrand, Robert Dorcus. David Pit- Ibs. iieans, 2 pkgs. corn flake^, I pkg. ringer, Ada Hoff, Emma Clemm, xiary Shredded Wheat, 5 pkgs. puclriine, 4 Louise Smith, Vivian Smith. Charl-ottr Baer the past ' Call have re- JOHN TV. BRCCHEY'S 1 Buff Rock Poultry Yards for Poultry ! alive or dressed. Fresh eggs daily and Mrs William A. Wade. ! bab ? c^-ts 'Phone 69S-R. 459 West South St. Kent-A-Car. AU close' models Gas and oil free Rates as low ts lOc per mile. For information 'phone !3T8. FRANCIS SCOT^ KEY GARAGE. 114 West Patrick St. of Baltimore, spent Saturday with their ! sister. Miss Lena Wade, 211 West Pat- Nellie Payne, of Franklin has returned home, aScr * ***£ ^ RemsburB ' ° f OF FKEDEKICK, MD. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS $800,000.00 OFFICERS JOSEPH D. BAKES. Chairman of Board. HOLMES D. BAKE*. President. JOHN R. BAKER. Vice-President. JOSEPH McDnrrr, Vice-President. WILLIAM G. ZIMMERMAN. Cathicr. SAMUEL G. DDVALL, Aanstant Cashier. J. TRAVEBS THOMAB. Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS JOSEPH D. BAKES. THOMAS H. HALLER. CHARLES H. CONLEY. M. D., JOHN'S. NEWMAN, JAMES H. GAMBRILL. Jm., HOLMES D. BAKER. DANIEL BAKER. JR., JOHN H. BAKER. EUAS B. RAMFBOSCI*. ARCHIBALD E. FIBHOL RECEIPT IN FVLL Ko-»- -Aou.d yo.i -ie '.o e'ep into '.-·*: o2ice of each of your creditors -. '~iv. .no ·*',!-·: ··"·- «.-.. H . a r.-^.-:pt ::: !.:· \v»u\':i: .- sv.^ j'.'j a t:-.ri_. of ,:.-lir?s :..'.-r. -. ' Of cc-'.rw- :". -.iies n.»-^^ :j ca tha, but '.here r.ii b*er: a wav prc-.iiei. if vou do r..-t h.»-.- it Prrrj?; »e can he'.p o i jt-t r^rcipis :n Jail for all :ne Mils .-x; oftc ar.i help jvu pay .t baci ;n ^isv iii'allm^r;* Th* tiase :o p-iy your b:lj is rio'*' The rla;e ·o g»t the m::.;y a-- THJB TEOPl^TS FINANCE CO, !5 CJ^rt S: P.: i::^ :4T3 WANTED. ' WAJTTT3.--A LOAN OF II.^O WrTH I ---r'i«;». »· . ;···:--d Fcr sn'oi i a?-. Nm oScr, BCI i-j::. i:-: MISCELLANEOUS. PIASO TCNTKG ANT RADIO ·» ipr-a-y A'bfi C Ps:= S:D-W. « Wc«t u:a '!:r?v I LOST AND FOUND. i LOST.--DOUBLE-BARREI. PARKER GtTS. ! »ar Br.ii'Joci: Rrnard. R-;um to H. i B RoUb.r.s. U03 Sor'-ri Maricct Strc-f'. t;-3*-«t FOR SALE. ,FOR SALE.-BABV CARRIAGE. K . able rr:cr. s?d " ~t* :0 JcZ f KEASO?.- __ . _ _ I FOR 8ALB OR BENT.-- THREE STOR3T brie* home, contalnsns c!gbM«a US) -oonis. tnc!uS!nj s l»rg- store rooan. sltu- «ted la the business s«t!oa of Mlddletown. Marrlir.d. For parUcaiars. appiy to O. S. 835 Prospect street. York. Pa. 12-lB-uU FOR RENT.--rOKNISHED APARTMENT.-Three rooms and bath. 131 But Second St. "Phoae 41-J. 12-M-dK FOE BENT. FOR HSKT.--THREE ROOM APARTMENT, furnisfted. Apply 205 East Secoad St. FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR RENT.-Central location. All conveniences. Apply 120 West Patrtcfc street, or 'phone 868-M. 12-23-dSt* FOR RENT.--MODERN 3 ROOM APABT- men:. ~1 East Second street. 12-U-dSt FOR REirr.-- FRONT. ment and s*z*St 310 N. Market -Ireet. ''OOERN APABT- Weiner, 12-St-dtI FOR RENT.--FILUNO STATION. ON ·*£?·- {erson pike. ne»r Frederick, fcnown as the "Honey Locust" station. Good opportunity. Apply «t station. 12-21-dSt* Jelio, 3 pkss. coDkies, 5 ren, Ohio. pkgs Scrawsburg-, Kaomi Utterback. 5 Beard, Kathleen Dc-rsey, ' sor. Alma Filler. Martha Flickinger Alice Klrne, Isabel Keeney, Channior; : Weddle, Jain Gilbert, Pauline Boiler. L-ester B-jrrier, Jorm C-ernm. Elmer DDnsife, P.ichard Klire. _ Glona. Ebaagh, Charles Shank, Ken- will be h^id" Wednesdav at War- I preserves, coll baby. 6 cans vegetables. _ neth Strawsbarg, Curtis Krenzer, Mar- tablet, pencil, 1 can apple sauce. , via Houci, Harold Mort, Daisy Burri- Bsrty Graff; recitation. "My j^ Cora Brown, of the Church Richard Staiey: recitation. , gQ-j^g an( i infirmary, Baltimore, spent "A Safe Landing," Stewart Geis4)ert, ; cjjrjst-uas with her parents. Mr. and Jr..: recitation, "The Reason." Marion ^^ Jesse w BrowlJi south Market ration. "The Babe and the Little White j Lamb," Charlotte Blurnenauer; rcita- i . street. Meeting Depositors Central Trust Company of Maryland. Wednesday. Da:err.ber 30th, 1931. At, 7 30 p. m. Courtroom, at the Courthouse, in Frerl;r.:k. Md. P. LUSHER RICE. LATEST OPPORTTTJnTIBS- Elm street, modern rjome. IdrJ tocmttou. Seven room, modern borne, Washington FOR RENT.--MODERN 5 ROOM BTTNGA.- low BOS Trail Avc. Possession Jaa. 1. Apply Frank Stnuberrer. 4-12 W. PatricS street. 'Phone 617-M. 12-l~-iitt i FOP. RENT --HOCSB ON WATER ST.. SIX I rooms with c:ectr!s ilshts. piper and sater I !a SitcJien. PosEess.oa at occc- Apply J. St. | Culler. 12-14-dtt nireet W^CO j FOR RENT.-BIX ROOM HOUSE ON NCRTH Properties on Part «venac. and East 4Us j Maurt St Apour so C. S. Sar^kcecot, This met-ting is called ?or the dc- i street, to bs «c'.d »t * sacrince j 714 N Market slr«t- i?-l-dtt SAVING t;.ooo ' WEDDINGS licensed To Wed. Marriage licenses bare been Issued at ·Westminster to Woodrow WiUs aad Pearl Hohr, Sabillasville; Hugh Dup- I Officers Installed. Sunday services at Calvary Methodist , j er, Betty Catshail, Jane Holbruner. Georgetta Kiine, Margaret Keeney. i-ne Steel Miss Carlotta Kays and sister. Miss i corser lots ca W. 13:6 street. 1150 mortal Hospital, Baltimore, have returned, after visitffig their families WTLLIAM J GRO\-r:. Chairman. ' »£^ 3. 3. ROSE:-;STOCK. sec-.- FOR RENT.--3-P.OOM MODERN ftPAPT- :cent Apply Weil Brc« 410 North Ma:*- _ "Tie Record of 1931"' and ChrlKrcas Mi. Airy Organizations Mattes WeUa« »tb«ns ^ere s - S hy a« vested choir. J * And Room Mothers CommiUces. Daring the business session, which preceded a Christinas program held in conj!:nctioa ^^'a the December meeting of the Mt, Airy Parent-Teachers Association, t*r o committees f^ic. named, a Welfare committee to help conditions in the horses of needy papEs, and a Room-Mothers* Committee to see that each room in the school is properly equipped- The fol'oiing -were named to serre on the Welfare Committee: Mrs. H. G. Hood, Mrs. B. C. Leather^ood, Mrs. Asa Wstkins, Mrs. Walter Spurrier, Mrs. JasKs Mo;e=srorth. Ho'irard Etchi- soru Mrs. S. S. Eader, Mrs. Jesse Day, Jesse Ryan. Mrs. Chester Hobbs. Jesse ?. Kins, Waller R. Racy. J. L. Bur- cei'x, R-*)ert Bcrdeite, Oliver Welsh, Mr. arsd Mrs. C. C. Riddjercoser, Mrs. Hcrrcan Beci. Marris Hess, Mrs. John Wa-^nss- David Gaver. Mrs. W. V. Larrt- eroaci ani Mr. srS Mrs. Robert K. Myers. The Roora-Motaers* Committee in- r-udes: r^rst erade -- Mrs. P. H. B. Van- To:. Mrs. Claude Bro^a; second grade --Mrs. Charles HiUeary, Mrs. Harold Moles^-ozth: third grade -- Mrs. H. P. Burdetie, Mrs, Ralph Yingi^ig: fourth crade-- Mrs. I. W. Moss, Mrs. R. Gos- grace-- Mrs, AZbert Griiaes, rd EDciison; slsth grade -L-.=. Earl Webb. Mrs. Curtis Perm; seventh grade-- Mrs. Nathan Dorsey. Mrs. Bertha Taylor: freshmen -- Mrs. M. V. Rankles, Mrs. J. K. Smith; sopho- rr.orcs -- Mrs. Arthur Murray. Mrs. John Murray: juniors -- Mrs. Raymond Bro'3T2- ir.j. Mrs. R. A. Dorsey; seniOT^ -- ^Mrs. Wilson E^ler. Mrs. O. D. Snead. Miss Helen Martz. graduate nurse of ! the Church Home and Infirmary, Bal- 1 timcce, who spent Christmas and the , week-end xrith her parents, Mr. ar.d . Mrs. John H. Martz. this c:ty. has re- ' turned. Mem-bers of Miss Levy's class pre- j sented: "Christmas Lights." Mary Kath-! nne Chaplme: "A Chnstrnas Lullaby," : Poiiceroaa: What are you doing near Military Schewl Representative ! 5 \, ' FRANCIS SCOTT KEY HOTEL ! Ciiptauj Robert H. S'r^r.s. represent- i :r;g the CiTior. lxr.; Mil.tary School. | Seated ir. New B: jrr.Sc^d. Pennsyl- i ·.ania. v,.ll be rc-z^ijrtd at '.ne Francis | Scott Key Hotei Weincsday December SO, 1931 fro.T. 3 lj 10 p. rr. Any ^rs-jn£ ir.:orc_=--ed :r. r.arir.; their ion cr scr^ .:. a ; Jil.lary S:i~'jOl o' ci£*:r:c'io^ : r c the r^ci^ir.dcr ;·! this ;ear or r, «r" .;.'-:'-"d :o '^il". to sec Cap'-a.r, £,l~.3r.i «,c '. j c-'.". h.rr. on Rice about other Ys;*ji3. List your rra* esti'.e tritb El!ct. P LUTHER RICE. RSAL ESTATE ·PHONE MM. 23 E TKERD ST. NOTICES. NOAH E. CRAMER SON. A* OPPORTUNITY T3 rmrchis? R 345 acrsr rarm three ralle" rrora WillcirsT:;:e *or S2.SOO Tins :arrr) i" i^rrovc^ ?c:tri 31 rlT rccm trrtzce i^r'r.iim L .j ;s r . bnk bsrt;. TM 2 -- ^ilnp ?i;etj ciiiclcfn r cu5^^ snd rio5 j^*!*, 5P**i«^ ^rntr p:p^3 :ntc · -.-.e r.::cben Ej nzi'-jral Tbere is 3 ' ac-j-- 13 acres c! ·.:=)»?- -and. ox.asce j rjflr.^ un3tr c*;-;n Tbe owner cl ir*:* property «.'.! '.ra-.e .3 Ite larsi SI.COO. crj i ".' j~---i-' i^Si t'.rg t^c 'Tonii Tus^dav ' 5 X V ~3-,'". !--- "'";V ? ho-;rs or 13 CO j :-. f.~-i II rr Naon. i' ~.c:.-::sr:'--:!! !~ h- ti '.-- i^-.f p»rp;.-~ -f c'.ec: r.s O.i^ctors | ... t, · 7;\j'i:oSD CLAST. - A little g-Jl whose parents were not great readers visited friends. She gazed !orig ar.d earnestly at the we3-fiEed booEshcl" cs. ar.d then amazed them bv Vfhy Take a Chance. Th: r :^ cue oT !5e roost attractive tarzi .»-5. that we bave ever offered aria has ct-'..:. r d Ire-^ -_^-^ German Princes In Charity Show S:hroeder: "Sings," Harriet . Ann Orth: . . j Florence Selbv; "Sarth Has Found Her ' Th «J" motored to California, travr;.r.^ ' ' -- Keffelfingsr: s-~d *'-." wiir'c " " " ' "The . ar.d CaiaZina Isiarid II:. W:l?or.. r - Blue Rid^c Transportation Co. .-3. :-, OS-I F H;r-;. Nsrth Market Prices Charles S..x, 531 Nor:h, BT.;; street. qu;e::y ^f rr«i h b.rthday Sa:urcay GmJn. . W.-.ea:. f=ew DU ^2 ; Live Stock and Produce. -. sv Frcicr:dc Co-j"'? r-i=-cv«. lac. _ ... ._ 3J 10 4C Z HAVE REMOVED OCR OFFICE F. FROM 23 WEST PATRICK ST, -- TO S NOHTH COURT STREET. Or. S-urjday Mr. anr! 7ur.-. Jar-.'j; E Albatish, LuOcrty. T.:.'-rta;ne5 a; o .-.e {o::o~;r;g: V. Alba-.?. e: Mr. az:d Mr?. Irr.r.g F .';.- L:bcrtv. Mr. ar.d Mr W J - S*^ers ., ___ ------- 4c to 6c Albaush. Th-jrrr.ort: Mr ar.d Mr?. Uphflslerinc. Cr.a.r Cir ms, fTepaJrin; We ·RT.'C a'l " of Inrjrarjce In- '.^iin? l.ab:l.ty and property JOHN N CLARY. CTS, fair to g'xxi, ...... ~ ..... ~'~c 'jj 2c :.ii, ccmrcors . ----- _ ....... _ .". cxtr^ pnrr^ ... - "JP t/o Sc s Calves, 130-155 lr*s .-jp to 4c . : Ca:ves. 100-125 lb$ _ -.up to 3c ' 1 Calves, 90-100 1'os. subj-ect-- 2c iBj"j» 2c to 3= i ^arr.DS. ch-j.ce. 7^-80 _os -- .s'-c !, cho:;e, : 'A Ibs up 5c c-^llei . . 3c I FredT.'-k J. Warrf. ar.d 5-^r. T;TM,. Ba'/uBorc; Mr arid'Mr?.. G H s .--- rr.'S'f. ani Ja ; M?.--.· Z~.'. r :. Frci- Europes largwt hydro-electr.c pUr.- has ;ust be*n completed in Wrs*r;'.'a;;a. Prussia. The EiaiiT plan* ".'1 crr.tra'." about !60.0"0.f'X k!lcw3t:s ': r:'-o::k:tT. Trappers TaJe Noticc. F-.. '·'.*?: 2r.- ,*:.c.".e,'t pr.'e: f'r ra~ :^rs at rr. p.ace of S'lsir.e CHICKS FOR SALE. vr 2.-. :.: S: --=;. .-c~sr.--= ^: a M^-rfsrs -«. Vfi rr^ss- U :.'.-.-l'' : '.-.rr. B M-;:-i-'. -- -, - fr. j --- v s --- -:. F~.-r*=:' A. ' I'D".' K!:-. r. s ·- .'- ·- -.-: V-rr--- :.:-;.. ^:cs ::2-..:^i. Bzr-s. c: Or- Fs-.t.r- IT -i* '.·»···- c' " v ? S?pcr; ?: Salss i.-i 'i- :*-i. div .,' D--I-;--. issi- Cri-rci. T'-v. ;-. ·.-' : -. :ST o: Ji=c»-r. rfrcr:*^ "^ ~ ~ t.3-;r- i.-* ; v Troni : _.-.rch to 8 p- - i Hogs, :00-i"5 Ibs It was "Freoencs tbe Great" r^srhc m Berlin, and the steel He'.asst mil!- · Hogs, 130-140 Ibs .._ 4 V . C J st ftajir.; a be-sf.t sr.ow 5sr trie poor. Otto Gebur.r. fan:«J Hogs, 140-150 '.it IN MEMORIAM In :n_r.»^ . j- r3 e P.- -e 333 FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY, Frir.. Gasi:ey Prep R-tsIir^-e ::5 E Third St Vr.Dr.e 383 BARRED WHJI'K ASD BUF? ROXl AJi ec^ae. S C R I Reav S::T«--Lec«d Wi t^T2.*:dollM. $12 D*r tOO Jer?»y B:ack G art^ Li^h: Srar-.rras. RaS Orp:rs:on« SiS r-er 1^3 Aw-t-rt V!ied S10 per 1C3 l-'Z", ::·,« St.-.vcrj s-:-.-ar!;er3 1 to t ««k-c.3 cS.ekjt Frff catalog Beet · 1i:cr.r-j. Depi F iiv Airy. Ml ^a.- iar. T.-.- -erc-t b? I3303M. -- i^e amc-iut o: -a' at to screeri costumed as Frec«r.:k aad chatr.r.; A booiis from the library, too. Crovxr. Pr.r.ce W-lnclm. At extreme -e't is Pnnre Eltei Fredencfe of ProMi take curs back.''--Tit-Bits. 1 second soa of the former Kaiser. f- s= Hogs. Kogs, - :so-20i) ibs "Cj-250 1s.- .4 : «c ! In lovirig rr.'xory of rr.y ..4' 2 c JM^inlc Mav firler. "ho _...4'/ic i life 16 years a;o todar. SIGLSB. I Scratch Pads and Tablets. Sc :o 10: a pound. THE NEWS-POST, Co^rt Scre AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. FOP. S\LE--DOrr,E SEDAN. NEW TIRE ?r;-. ST5 :3. »* S Cimi I it.-ce;. " 13-Zl-SSt* d etc. 14-11 -li-jia *

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