The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 29, 1951 · Page 4
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Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, November 29, 1951
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TWELVE The News, Frederick, Md- Thursday. November 29. 1951 Sewage Treatment Plant Work Planned Before going into executive session to discuss the 1952 budget. the Mayor and Board of Aldermen on Wednesday night accepted the bid of Whitman, Requardt and Associates, Baltimore, to act as con- jwltant engineers on improvements to the municipal sewage treatment The improvements call for sedimentation sewage tanks and other additions. The same firm was the consultant when the original -project was constructed. The new project is estimated to cost about $100,000 and the firm's fee m total is not to exceed 5*4 per cent of the total cost Subject to favorable investigation, the Board also approved the transfer of the lease to operate the City parking lot diner from William F. Suter to William Caniford, Jr. Payment was approved of a $500 bill for professional services rendered between February 1949 and October 1951 from Jeffer- con C. Gnnnalds, zoning expert to Baltimore. Municipal officials declined to discuss the budget prior to their executive session. -ellville. has been appointed dl- ector of nursing at Loudoun County Hospital --Mr. H. C. McKimmey spent the week-end with his »on-m-law and daughter. Mrs. and Mrs. Ralph Sttne. Rockville. --Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schutte visited ,her cousin, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Cannon and her aunt, Mrs Jeannette Bracks, in Purcellvjlle. Mrs. Cannon had returned from Winchester Memorial Hospital, where she had been under observation, and underwent minor surgery. During her absence, Mr. Dan Wine was with Mr. Cannon. --Mr. Stanley Wine, of Bridgewater, and Mr. Donald Larson, of Cumberland, members of the Lovettsville School faculty, spent their holidays at their respective homes, i --Miss Nancy George. Miss Lou-1 Ife Whitman, MJSS Barbara Hickman. Mike Wometdorph. Pete Myers and L. T. McKimmey were j home for Thanksgiving. I --Mr. und Mrs. T. O. Tborssen, : Minot, N. D , are visiting her aunts, Mrs. W. W. Hart and Mrs. V)ra Virts. --Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weatherly spent Thanksgiving with Miss Val Jorgensen and Mr and Mrs Richard Branham in Washington. The Branhams have recently returned from a two-year stay in Greece. --Mrs. Thurston Collins, Winchester, spent Thanksgiving with friends here. --Mr. and Mrs H W. Beatty have I as guests Mr.' and Mrs. H. S Kel' ler. Ruth Ellen and Jimmy Keller, Loveftsville LOVETTSVILLE, Va --Pfc. Robert L. 'Bobby' Hall, son of Mrs Welby Hall. Purcellville, and Ray Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs Ray Fields, Round Hill, are recovering In Loudoun County Hospital from injuries received in an automobile accident on November 16 near Morrisonville. --Miss Frances H. Gaver, Pur- MAAS OPTICIANS Eyes Examlned-TGlasse* Fitted TELEVISION GLASSES Phone 1951 242-A N. MARKET STREET Buy The Bestt BICYCLES Schminn--al! models WHIZZER MOTORS SMALL DEPOSIT WILL MOLD UNTIL XMAS BRADLEY T. HALLEY, Jr. Petersville Road, Brunswick. Md. NEW SINGER ELECTRICS S89.50 up S I N G E R SEWING CENTER 11 North Market St. GAS is · FASTER · COOLER Kitchen · CLEANER · CHEAPER FREDERICK BOTTLED GAS CO. 410 N. Market Street Phone 1684-W TODAY JOIN HOSPITAl ATO FOR SALE Located :~ Frederick's finest residential section, this Ranch-type home is distinctive in every way. Two bed-rooms, den, Hvlnjf room-dining room combination. Modern built-in kitchen with exhaust fan and Formica counter tops. Tile bath. Full basement divided into two rooms. Attached garage. Immediate possession. As- slstance with financing available. FOR DETAILS CALL HAMILTON HOMES, Inc. 8 East Second St.. Frederick, Mil. Phone 2307 w FOOD MARKET Free Delivery .Phone 522-523 200 N. MARKET ST. FREDERICK, Mfy MEAT DEPARTMENT Armour Star I Mo i* re 11 I 1 ride ISaccm . . » « Fresll Dressed Drawn JFl'TCrS Ib. 57 C BAKERY DEPARTMENT Orange f 1 itii*ffoii fakes *"h UK Mince HI cat I'ics . . . ««h 5J)c Creamed Cherry TaH$ *»ch 10c Freii,eli Apple Pica . . . « t h 5 Pumpkin l*i«*w ....... «H Plain or Black Walnut Pound Cakes each FRUITS -- VEGETABLES .1 uiey Flor itla Oranges 2 dot. ,'5.1 c Stayman Wimvsap Apples . . . 3 H 25 c Fresh Green liriiMwel Sprouts box 3.1c Florida 4iira|iefriiii«* . .3for2«»c GROCERY DEPARTMENT Filbert I »]f»red Oleo ,',':, '.I', 3lc Velveef a Cheese ,, ,, 2 n». BOX J)?)c Wood's Old Time M ince Meat 1% i * J 7c PICTSWEET FROZEN Peas 2 boxes 43e Orange Juice 2 cans 39c Lima Beans . 2 boxes 55c String Beans 2 boxes 45c LOOK! here's 0 CHRISTMAS An electric ironer makes easy work out of one of housekeeping's hardest jobs. Ironing is done sitting down. Lifting, pressing and putting are ended. Correct heat and pressure tire provided automati- caffy. Results are better. No gift witt be appreciated more by the woman who does h«r laundry ats home. Buy it from your Electrical Appliance Dealer or from THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY Mr*. Gerald McGowtn. Diann* K»y McGowan. all of Jefferson, and Mr». Alvin Crawford, Jr. and Sally Hood Crawford, Frederick. --Mr. and Mr*, L. A Womel- dorph are at CharlottesviUe. where he » undergoing treatment and a possible operation at University of Virginia Hospital --Mr. and Mrs Edward Snyder and daughter, Phyllis, Fairfield. Pa., visited Mr. George Washington and family. Made Mate Ml So She Could Meet Other Man LOWESTOFT. England, Nov. 28, (#)--Pretty Mrs. Margaret Cossey was accused m court today of using ingredients from a hair curling ·r»raration to keep her husband bom* nights--so she could go out with a boy L'iend. Prosecutor Ryland Thomas said Mrs. Cossey, 30, went gadding on weekends. To make sure husband Wilfred stayed home, Thomas said, she laced his tea with wave set solution. Thomas added: "Tills upset his stomach, made him violently sick, and so incapacitated him during the weekend. While h* wai thus ill and unable to move very far from the house she was able to go out and seek the company of her gentleman friend." The judge directed that Mrs. Cossey be held without bail pending trial on a charge of giving her husband £ "noxious lubstance" with intent to '"injure, aggrieve or annoy" him. Perennial flowers around the yard give plenty of blooms withoi having to sow seed or set out plan each year. he »ud 3 ra rti^jf. tf3O*f: Bright "Footease' FOR ALL THE FAMILY Regularly 2.98 Everything he needs for a real rootin', tootin' Roy Rogers ROUND-UP TIME! boys' 9-piece outfits 2 .59 Blissful comfort for ]oun;in; at home, for hunting or ski trips. Bold colored all wool with soft glove-leather soles. Red, royal, green. 0 Outfit Consists of Pants, Shirt, Loop Tie and Leather Slide* Cotton Hat, Leather Belt, Holster, Pistol and Lariat! A complete western outfit . . . everything he'll need but the horse' Colorful bat-wing cotton twill chap-front pants with a just-as-colorful 2-tone shirt. Your favorite "cowhand" will thrill at the .sight of the authentic Hoy Rogers gear! 4 to 12 SPECIALLY PRICED WESTERN BELTS Regular westerners' Rugged steerhide with assorted figures punched right on leather. Western "hardware." Gift boxed. Tan. 22-30 ea 79c SAVE 50c each on HOLSTER SETS Top grain cowhide holster with one gun. Embossed holster is decorated with artificial jewels, studs. 3 wooden bullets in belt Bright saddle tan 2.99 ROY ROGERS COWBOY HATS As colorful as the old west! Edges of wide brim are whip-laced to give authentic western styling. Rayon decorated b a n d , beaded chin -1 cord J-» COWBOY SHIRTS, 4 to 12 2.98 COWBOY SPUR SETS COWBOY CUFF SETS LASSO ROPES 69c Smart Handbags for Holiday Giving 2 95 Phis Tax Priced for gift tMidgcts! Ass'l calf-, lizard-, and suede-like plastks failles. Top handle type* with zipper pockets. Girls' Nylon Pants SAVE 20c 99 C pr. Heavy quality nylon, double fabric crotch, covered clastic top. Double elastic lace trim at leg opening. Pink or white. 2-4-S-8. Pastel Rayon Briefs SALE PRICE 59 Adorable style for little girls in knit puckerette rayon, lace trimmed leg, double fabric crotch. This sale onlyl Sizes 4-6-8. s" «r$T^- -- A SK Charmode Bras REG. 1.98 £.66 Washable Quilted Rayon Robes Cordtex "Elfin" inserts give you flattering: permanent uplift. White cotton. A B cup. Priced at Just This sale only! Attractive style in pink or yellow floral print with contrasting tape, heart shaped buttons. Sizes 1-3. Cotton Batiste Camisole Slips luxury for Little Misses! | B |J%J Adorable styles in pink or white. E-velet embroidery and ribbon trim. Specially purchased for this sale! 4-6-8. Special! Fluffy Soft Bunny Fur* Accessories The Mittens! 98 C pr. THIS SALE ONLY! Here are some of the cutest, cuddliest gifts for children you can buy . . . at Sears penny-pinching low prices! Bunny Pur Ermine Trim Flat Muffs Just 1.69 Bunny Fur Rayon Lined Fur Tarns Just 2.59 BUY PURCHASE COUPON BOOKS ON EASY TERMS USE LIKE CASH Special Purchase! $£ Lace Trimmed Elastic Leg BRIEFS Compare at 98c Smooth fitting- Charmode briefs in run proof tricot knit. Pink, white. . Small, medium and Urge. ONLY 5SJp r -jf Lovely Lacy Runproof Knit Rayon Gowns 2 66 Fine Man-Tailored Jamarettes SAVE 32c Three exquisite fashions . . . delightfully l»ce *nd bow decked! In soft easy-to-launder knit rayon. Prcttv pastele. SZ-40. REG. 4.29 3 .98 Rich rayon broadcloth In rose or blue with gripper waistband, room/ pocket and fringe trimmed belt. 32-40. 12 W. PATRICK ST. FREDERICK, MD. 1580

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