The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 15, 1948 · Page 3
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Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 15, 1948
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Iff- · J-V;.j." Tfcc X*w*. Frederick. M*.. Thw^Air. Jtilr 15, IMS School Meet Here Monday .A r*iaed-out meeting of the Frederick County Board of Edu- of Hagerstown; Mr. John Lewis of the State Sanatorium; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longaccker and son Robert. of Chewsvilie. were recent visitors in the home o'( Mrs. Mary Lewis. I -- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hays and r children Cyrus and Mary Ann. and M « * - ^' l *** Ha vs cation with less than a quorum of! tcilied races st Charlestown. w . snenjbers p r e s e n t Wednesday ! v *-· oa Monday. nevertheless set up plans for the i -S^naay voters in the borne of county-wide meeting to be held i M r - acd Mrs - Martin Draper were: here Metxiay to feel out public i 2 ^ and Mrs - *-« Blanx: and chil- seaiiment on recorsraedations con- ] dren of Shookstown. and Mr. and iaiaed in a recent survey of Fred- Mr5 - Johr - Lew:$. of State Sana- erick county schools. " j toriurn. President G. C. Rhoderick. Jr.. ! --Mr. ana Mrs Lester Karbaugh Middletowa, sard ths; the rourxi- ; and son Wayne, visited on Sunday table discussion of the survey. w * !tl Ir an ° Mrs - Ralph Lev. ts. July 19 at the Frederick High ': --Those who visited with Mrs. School auditorium, will Li a!! - Bessie Wolfe on Sunday were Mr. likelihood be attended by Dr. a»^ Mr.«. Wi'iiam Zajic. of Kasorf- Thomss G. Fuilen. Jr.. State "super- : town: Mr and Mrs. Willie Wolfe, intendent of schools Dr. Wit- c.f Myers-vi!!c; Mr. and Mrs. Tru- bur Deviibiss. State schools super- mass Wolfe, and family, of Foxville: visor. Mr. ana Mr.;. Ernest Kuhn and The Iocs! school board's pres:- family, of V.'o'fivjUe: Mr. and ?.Jrs dent stressed that the Monday : Eden Wolfe and esandson Ira. of nigh* meeting v,-;ii be limited to Jersey Shore N. Y. the hours of 8-10 p. m. Context --Mr. V,'. D. L Harne has been will be "strictly confined to d;s- on the sick list for the last week, cussion of the survey's portion per- --Mr. and ?.!rs. Eugene Lewi* taining to sehooi-baisding needs of and Master Cecil Snyder of Welsh the county." Mr. Rhoderick sa:d Run. Fa . Misses Pa-,:3:ne and Mary Enunitsbur; To Close i Jane Lewis, motored over the Sky Ke admitted that the survey Line Drive on Saturday, recommends consolidation or cios- ; --Mr. snd Mr-. Pau! Kline and :ng of -four or five high schools" family, of Woifsvillc. have purch- in the course of time, "where at-,ased the home of the !.v,e Mrs tendance records show they are i Laus-a Palmer, and expect to move not benefiting a sufficient number j n ti !e ne;ir f u!ure . of students :o make their continu- --Mrs. Norman Draper was given ed operation economically e!T:e;a surprise birthday dinner by her ent - ,, ^ children July i. at Braddock irg. accorasn: ,o the Height-. Thoe present were Mr. Great Army Leader Dies Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H*y». .iptnt Wiveil, Mr. and Mr*. Roy Wivelljof Mr., acd Mrs. Chrismer were led by the Sodality of St. Joseph's and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Topper. jWayde Chricmer and sons. Jimmy i Catholic church usually held on --Mr. and Mrs. James L. Topper, i and David. Friday with Mr and Mrs. Louis OrndorH. --Mr. and Mrs. Rodders Topper, j Jr - °* Baltimore, spent the wcek- of Mt. Airy, spent Thursday with J « nd jj«th Mra J.^ Lewis Topper. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Rodgers. "" " ' j the third Thursday of every month be CC W this month oa Thurs- ·Mr. Wilheim. of York. f on Sunday with Sirs. · --Edward Houck , --Gerald Eckenrode. of Towson. i · visited on Sunday with his father. 1 day. July 22. at the home of Mrs. j --Samuel Kugler celebrated his Charles E. Eckenrode and Mrs. j T - Lev.-is Topper, eighth birthday on Thursday at a! Eckearode and MARITAL MIXUF 5 Angeles. July 14 daughter divorced iy of Mr. and Mrs.! father and son today, each appear- witness for 1 the Waynesboro Hospital where he j --Mr. and Mrs. Donald Topper j recently underwent an operation. | gave a birthday party on Sunday . --* f ^" A Bouey j --George Reynolds, of Baltimore, j afternoon in honor of the iQth birth- I v ^ nc - v of Altoona. i spent the weekend with his moth-i day anniversary of their daughter. '·*, Sara Lawrcn ' ! cr. Mrs. Mollie Reynolds. 1 Shirley, whose birthdav was on : Mrs.-a.-nes oouey. - m r _ _. », rs John Kenj l er 3Jld The mother. Mrs. Hazel B. ar.d daughter. · Sprague.^54. ^obtained a decree 'with - of Altooaa. are v i « : i n g h ce ana Mr. and- the household money. Then the daughter. Mildred Sprague. 32. got a divorce from Lester's soil. Herbert. 36. charging that he locked her from their home. ·; of Mr. and Mrs. Hsrry Scott. Mrs. f played sRachael Richards and daughter " 1 Shirley, of Baltimore, .spent thes --Prof. AdoJph ana refreshments were Wasjlifsky was m. in Si. John's Kali. Fred- crick. Ihe Spiritual Director and a- least six cie'egates a^c obligated :o attend this meeting from each oarlsh. = WILL PICK THEM t-P Photographs of stars that are ; one billion light years away will be possible with the completion of · the telescope on Mount · Palornar, in southern California. - Peat moss has a spcngelike abii- --The evening of games sponsor-; ity to absorb and retain moisture. J'S 1 :: 1 . J. Pcrrhssi;;. .T::::c--v.'c: v ::;vh its Isck of a quorum, was unable to transact sr.y business. Bids for painting st severs! cour.ty schools were opened but tabled for letting until a lesal number of members can set. Mr. Rhcdcrick confirmed rumors that Torn Giass. local attorney, wil! in sli probabiHty be to the vBCBTicy of football coach st Frederick High School, s'.artir:; in September. Garfield Garfield.--Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winfield and farniiy have moved from the home of his mother. Mts. Creola Winneld. to thc home of Mr. Lee Delauter. of Middiepoint. --Those, who spent the holiday with Mr. G. P. Pryor were Mr. »nri Mrs. Henry Bernatz and Mr. W. Glen Harne. all of Baltimore: Mr. snd Mri. Basil Fryor. of Baltimore: Mrs. Robert Pryor and daughter Ksy. of Hagerstown. and Mrs. Mary Lewis. --Mr. and Mrs. Les'er Stottle- rnyer have purchased a piece of land from Mr. Emory Kclbaugh. Lewis and Mrs. Mary Lewi?. LEFT SI00.000 ESTATE Rcckviile. July 14 .'/p--Mrs. Anne P. Bradley left an estate valued at about SiOO.OOO when she died March 31. according to her will admitted to probate today in Montgomery County Orphan's Court. Mrs. Bradley's 400-acre estate near here has long been a county showplace. Except for a 55.000 bequest to thc Wilkes-Barrc Pa. City Hospital, virtually all of the estate was bequeathed to her daughter. Mrs. Mary Bradley Watkins. and a cousin. Frederick M. Bradley, both of Washington. D. C. WALSH INSTALLED Westminster. July H--D. Eugene Walsh, attorney, of Westminster, was installed head of Ihe Westminster Rotary Club for the coming year. Other officers are: Vice President. Stanley Tevis: secretary. Edward C.. Seitz: treasurer. C. Russell Schacflcr: and members of the board of directors. Edgar G. MM irom air. wnoo- ^cioauen. Barnes. Ralph Shilling and How--Mr. and IWrs. Kenneth King j ard E Kconlz. Jr. Mr. Koontz is snd family. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse thc re{iring prcsldcrit . Winfield and family. Mr. Claude Lewis snd Master Rudolph Harne. ·spent a day at the Washington -no. --Mr. and airs. Sirnon Eccard. of CARNIVAL XETS S418 Harpers Feny. W. Va.. 14--Members of thc ways and means com-Smithsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Norman j mittce of Friendship Fire Company Draper, of Wolfsvi-le. Mr. snd Mrs.! announce that the sum of S413.14 Charles Marker, of Foxvilic: Mrs. j was cleared at the annual carnival Robert Prycr and daughter Ksy. ! held here last week-end. ho died todav. is shown above in one iform. The lower ;des! sulider. picture sho".. Emmitsburg i Mr. and Mrs. John Saffer. j Charter Convention held ir. Bcs-, i --Mrs. Robert Fitez and brother, i ton. Mass. Dr. Wasilifsky was also i 'Edward Seltzer, spent Saturday in Selected one of eleven national di: : Baltimore where they were called j rectors. Dr. Wasilifsky is the head li by the sudden death of their broth-j o f the English Department 3t Sv *er. William Seltzer. 'Joseph's College and director of the I --Miss Agatha Wetzel, Baltimore, j Radio Workshop of the college. ] visited over the weekend with her! --^Th e members of the Method's: I parents. Mr a:d Mrs. Russell Wet- (Sun(i3V School will conduct a foo^ ' zel. near St. Anthony's. i sale on the church lawn on Satur- 1 --Rev. and Mrs. Frank Myers and j day morning : children, of near Johnstown. Pa., j --Micky Chrismsr. of Baltimore lare visiting with Mrs. Myers' moth- j ; s spending a week with his prand- ! er. Mrs. Allen Pryor. and other j paren t s . jir. anrl Mrs. Edwin Chrh- j relatives and friends in and around [ mer Weekend visitors at the ho.v.c i town. Mrs. Myers is the former Emmitsburg. -- Mr. and Mrs. I N " clHe Pr - vor - ilarrv Kuhn and daughter o f ! -Sister Cynl \S ,vell and Sister Waynesboro. Pa. visited on Sund^v j Timothy of the Mother House of the j with Mrs. Kuhn's mother. Mrs. Ger"- \ Sisters of Mercy. Mt. Washington., · r .,^ Pete-s s visited on Saturday with Sister j ;. " . . . , . _ . JCvril's sisters and brothers and; and Mrs. Joseph Rodgcrs; u ;^ ir f3miUes . Mr. and Mrs. Wil-! ^7""^' '" B ^:V 0r ; v i s i t -;Ham Wivcl!. Mr. and Mrs. Roger; and Mrs. Norbert! I Advertisement) ins Mr, and Mrs. Gus Cottcril. 'Topper --Mrs. George Roscnstee! spent! Thursday until Saturday with Mr. \ and Mrs. Roy Gelwicki. of Balti-! more. j --Miss Lillian Gelwicks. of New · York returned home after spending : a week with her sisters. Mrs. Thorn- j ton Rodgcrs and Mrs. George Ros- j ensteel. While here she attended j , . . ihe funeral of her aunt. Mrs. Rose ; Lebanon's F a m o u s Flying- MARK LIGHT ENTERS MIDGET AUTO RACES E L !? CC T, w « -Miss Rebecca Hays, daughter of THIS FAMOUS BLEND NOW AVAILABLE at Your Grocers i Western Maryland Wholesale Co. DISTRIBUTORS 219 E. Fifth St. Frederick. Md. Phone 1907 1 Dutchman to Compete j AAA Races tomorrow night 1 j a t Williams Grove. ! j Veteran Mark Light, of Lebanon. | i has turned in" an entry for tomor- | ] row night's AAA midget auto races i on thc Williams Grove Speedway, j ! Light will join a large field of i I drivers which will also include Art [Gottier. of West Chester, who broke I Ihe time trial record last Friday ! established in 1941 by the late Tony | Willrnan. and other small car rac- ! ing stars from throughout the coun- ! try. ! Red Redmond, of Atlanta. Ga.. 1 well-known to pre-war midget rac- | ing fans at Hershey. who made his first appearance last week at Wil- j liams Grove, will also be back for j tomorrow night's races. You can't afford to mis? tomor- i row night's thrilling, exciting mid! get auto races at the new low prices I which become effective. The new i-lov prices, 'which includes tax. is | SI for general admission: Sl.25 for j bleacher seats, and 51.50 for any ! grandstand seats. Stocks Must Pre-Inventory Clearance dds and Ends - All Reduced! men's Shoes Formerly Up To 7.95 pair Bargains picked from our regular stock. Browns, blacks, whites, etc. All at a tremendous saving. Buy for use now or later. (UDC Formerly Up To 6.98 You can't afford to miss these. Ail new merchandise. Priced for the thrifty shopper. Be among the first for your share. 12 WEST PATRICK ST. PHONb FREDERICK, MD. 1580 KEYSTONE PAINTS When the best cosls so little why compromise on quality? Complete tine exterior, interior finishes. NICODE3IUS Paint Store 30 NORTH COCR1 ST. Let's Go Fishing Famous Evinrude Outboard Motors. Immediate delivery on fish in j models. DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE EVERYTHING FOR THE FISHERMAX MOUNTAIN WATER MOUNTAIN WATER here's plenty of difference in beers: And if you want to taste the best, try one that's brewed with Mountain Water-OLD EXPORT! Because all beers axe about ST^c water, THE BETTER THE WATER. THE BETTER THE BEER: Mountain Water, plus the best malt, the best hops, and the best brewing skill make OLD EXPORT the best beer I in cans. Get it in bottles. Money can't buy a better tasting beer! Old I/port BEER THE C U M I f R L A N D IKEWINft CO., C U M B E R L A N D , MD* __ NEWSPAPER!

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