The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 5, 1970 · Page 14
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June 5, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 14

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PafeB-4 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Edgewood Arsenal Band To Play Tuesday In honor of its 225th birthday, Freferick City will be " serenade**' Tuesday, June 9, at 8p.ro., by the 28*man band, known as the 827th Army Band of Edgewood Arsenal. Performing at the Baker Park Bandshell will be the ensemble consisting of cornets, trumpets. French horns, trombones, tubas, basses, viols, flutes, clarinets, saxophones, drums and a piano. Army regulations have established four kinds of bands, the size and composition of which are determined by the size and mission of the Army unit each serves. The 327th is known as a "separate band, whose mission is... to promote and maintain the morale and 'esprit de corps' of troops through participation in military formations, formal concerts, and recreational activities." m addition, the band is available for appearances throughout the civilian community at events which enhance the Army's community relations program. The unit travels throughout the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia and Pennsylvania. All members of the band must be graduates of the UJ5. School of Music at Norfolk, Va., which provides musical instruction to bandsmen of all the armed services. The 327th is the only band authorized to carry the Chemical Corps crest, and to carry the battle streamers of the Chemical Corps signifying the Corps' 27 battle honors. Chief warrant officer Lewis C. Wells is bandmaster. 327th ARMY BAND TO APPEAR HERE-The 327th Army Band of Edgewood Arsenal will appear Tuesday at 8 p.m., June 9, at the Baker Park Bandshell, to help Frederick citizens celebrate the 225th birthday of the city. Dr. Bready Honored By AFA Masons Thurmont School Plans Arts Night Thurmont Middle School will present an "Arts Night," Monday, June 8. The program will begin at 7:30 p.m. with a concert by the school's bands and choral groups. Following the concert there will be refreshments and a fashion show in the home economics area. Skills learned in playing electronic organs, ukuleles and recorders will be demonstrated. Art and Industrial Arts projects will be displayed, and students will demonstrate various physical education activities. The public is invited to this program. The arts and physical education staff will be present to discuss any aspects of their programs which may be of interest. Acacia Lodge, 155, Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Thurmont, at its regular Communication on Monday evening, June 1, honored the Rev. Dr. Guy P. Bready on the occasion of the Sixtieth anniversary of his service as Worshipful Master of the Lodge. The Lodge presented him with a Masonic ring, with the Masonic emblem and suitably inscribed. Dr. Bready served the Lodge as its Worshipful Master during the year 1909, when he was pastor of the Thurmont Charge of the Reformed Church, consisting at that time of four congregations: Trinity in Thurmont, Apple's, near Thurmont, and congregations at Rocky Ridge and Creagerstown. He has been a member of the Lodge since September 1906. In this connection, the Grand Lodge of Maryland testifies that in all its history, this is the first instance in which a living Past Master has been able to celebrate his sixtieth anniversary. At the same time, Stanley Buzzard, of the Thurmont area received a fifty year membership pin, given by the Grand Lodge. Bob presentations were made by a representative of the Grand Lodge. Dr. Bready resides retired in Frederick. Rev. Guy P. Bready Catoctin High Plans Baccalaureate The Baccalaureate Service for the Senior Class of Catoctin High School will be held Sunday, June 6 at 7 p.m. in the school audit- torium. The Rev. Eugene R.Ackerman, pastor of the Emmitsburg United Presbyterian Church will deliver the sermon, "Is All This Learning Necessary?" Assisting at the service will be the Rev. John C. Chatlos, pastor of the Incarnation United Church of Christ, Emmitsburg. Special music for the service will be provided by the Catoctin High School Glee Clubs. Flessner Graduates From CG Academy Coast Guard Ensign Michael F. Flessner, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Flessner, RFD 1, Woodsboro, received a bachelor of science degree and was commissioned as a Coast Guard Officer during the 84th commencement exercises at the Coast Guard Academy, New London, Conn., on May 25. Flessner was an outstanding cadet throughout his four years at the Academy. He was on the superintendent's list for both outstanding military performance and academic achievement each year. He played several sports including soccer, track and swimming and was a letterman on the varsity swimming team for four years. During his last year at the Academy he was captain of the swimming team. Flessner also participated in several extra curricular activities. He was president of the Catholic chapel committee and Wooo MmUtTMENT STORES »t; NT BE ROBBED! OF YOUR SUMMER TIME USE THE /ER WASHER and SPIN DRYER I Wash 6 Lbs. In Only 4 Minutes I Use Only 10 Cal. Of Water I Come hi 4 Colors r I Need No Special Hook-Upsor tnstaHation I'm Portable, On Wheels I Have A Serving Tray Top SEE ME ON DISPLAY TALK TO MY FRIEND TEX" JONES HOOVER REP. TOMORROW Just Say Charge It Frederick Shopping Center W. 7th St. At SehUy Shop 10 To 9:30 secretary treasurer of the student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He was also a member of the Marine Technology Society student chapter and worked with mentally retarded youths at the Connecticut State Seaside Regional Center in Waterford. He was been assigned to the buoy tender Blackhawk, operating out of Sangley Point in the Philippines, as a deck watch officer and hopes to specialize in ocean engineering during his Coast Guard career. An agency of the Transportation Department, the Coast Guard is responsible for maritime law enforcement and protection of life and property at sea. Right now, price is what it's all about! Smart buyers are taking advantage of our giant spring sale and getting fantastic deals on all the great Mercurys. But the one deal causing the most excitement in this region is the Montego "Action Special"- big-car size and ride with small-car economy. See it today! rairy Itt I · r«wtr-ltir«t trie · «* ·«» «m*" . 155-h.rsepewtf "4"«nin« * d""** «**taH t«m · Wfcrtes«!e*i«E7«xl4lir« · Wwdgnin v · Deluxe wheel nvcrs mstrurnent p*wl · lon| 117' Visit us now for details! NOW'S THE TIME TO DEAL FOR A NEW MERCURY! 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