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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 15

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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday. Jas* 5, MTi Page B-5 Emmitsburg PTA Comes i Alive At Wed. Meeting SUB-TEEN STYLES - L. to R..... Joyce MacKinzie modeling the floral jumper she made, Lisa Sweeney pert in her jumper, Lynn Wllliar in two piece Poncho and slack set St. John's Scouts Meet For the past five years the St. John's School GirlScout cluster has been holding the "fly- up" ceremony in Monocacy Village park. It is an event eagerly awaited by the third grade members of the two Brownie Girl Scout troops of the school, for it is then that they receive their "wings" (to be worn on the badge sash as a Junior), make the Girl Scout promise, receive the Girl Scout pin, and become Junior Scouts. The "open-end" troops each year lose older metn- .bers to the next age level and receive new members as replacements. In this way there is a continuity for both girls and troops. The fly-up ceremony opened with aflag ceremony. The Brownies then gathered in a "Brownie RiiV 1 ' with their leaders while the Juniors formed a horseshoe. Margaret Dobucki, Gloria Feliciano, Jennifer Lennox, Virginia Morrow, Lisa Murray, Barbara Sanders, DeniseTeagle,Sa- brina Weddle, Sherri Brown, Teresa Callahan, Teresa Jenkins, Madeline McSherry, Teresa Palko, ChantayStantonandBrade Smith, the fly-up Brownies, were presented wings by their Brownie leaders, Mrs. Roger Scherff and Mrs. Robert Morrow, and then crossed over, through the magic horseshoe, to the Junior side,, where they made the Girl Scout promise and recieved the Girl Scout pin from the Junior leader, Mrs. Eugene Linton. Refreshments were then served to the troop members and their guests. Plans for camping in the fall for fifth and sixth grade Juniors is already underway. Plans for the Brownie troops for next fall will be in doubt until leadership is found. The new Troop Service Director for the school is Mrs. Robert Tansey, succeeding Mrs. W. Harry Moss who has served in that capacity for the past five years. The Girl Scout Council of Central Maryland is a member agency of the United Givers Fund. Country Singer Seriously Burned Country music singer, Gloria Fay of Columbus, Ga., received first, second and third degree burns on both legs from a gas explosion in a storage room at her home, 850 Barkley Way. She was treated at the Army Martin Hospital at Fort Benning, and is now recouperating at her home, She is bedfast and expects to return to the hospital later for skin grafting. Miss Fay is the daughter of Mrs. George Runkles of Thurmont. By ART RICHARDSON Thurmont - Emmitsburg Area Correspondent The Emmitsburg School P.T. A. is coming alive. The force is from the students to the parents to the school. At the monthly meeting of the P.T.A. Wednesday night, groups of girls and boys gave the few parents who bothered to involve themselves a taste of what the youngsters want and the school should give. The 5, 6, 7 and 8 grade girls led off the evening with a fashion show, a simple down - to - earth thing that was notable for one outstanding thing that each and every garment modeled had been made by the kids. There were many hours of emoting in each of those pieces of sewing and the nervous youngsters who stumbled around the impromptu display area showed a throbbing desire for more expert direction in quality, actions and staging. The kids overrode the confusion of their principal and teachers. The total involvement of the children was a flame which, if properly fed and nurtured could become a shining light on the college campuses of the future. The girls who proudly modeled their personal creations were; Fran Fields in a snowy white A-line dressy - dress, Phyllis Davis - a scooter - skirt, Laurie MacKenzie showing a wildly patterned vest and skirt, Sheila Pittinger displaying her pastel A-lined gored jumper, Betsy Fields a roguish scooter - skirt, Martha Richardson a taste of spring in a jouncy zippered jumper, Joyce MacKenzie with her floral jumper, Lynn Williar a washable denim slack and poncho, Lisa Sweeny a candy bon - bonin a strap buttoned pink jumper, Debbie Kline a grown - up young lady with her navy blue jumper and frosty - white blouse, Phyllis Warnkin showing a perma press blue jumper and Mary Gingle wore a soft pink jumper. The boys poured out their energies on tumbling mats and the old Emmitsburg trampoline. Jamie Eyler, John Wantz, Bobby Springer, Frank Saylor, Perry Wiveli and David McCleaf were the faithful members of John Birkland's gymhanka group. They demonstrated an enthusiastic brand of tumbling with try and try again tactics quite evident when they failed the first two or three times. Six sweaty bodies showed a crying need for more, more and more good gymnastic instruction. The formal meeting of the Emmitsburg PTA made up in determination what it lacked in numerical support. After routine business was dispatched with dispatch, the newly elected officers were installed. Kenneth Feilds Jr. the new president of tfaegroup has a working type team of new officers. Bruce Gigeous is the recording secretary, Gail Graff, the VEEP, Ruth Wiveli, the Corresponding secretary and Alice Gregg, the treasurer. The new officers are the group of people who can be counted upon to become involved in Emmitsburg whenever a need arises for involvement They started their tenure in office in a push of critical activities. Fields began by reporting on his recent meeting with school board officialdom. His visit was to urge expansion of the Emmitsburg school library facilities, make the area a first priority one for a kindergarten, move up priorities for a new school building to replace the acknowledged- ly inadequate physical plant which is constantly being patched for another year of service and to ask that monies which are saved on maintenance be earmarked for direct service to the children of the Emmitsburg area. COMPLETES BASIC - Airman Michael E. Selby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll E. Selby of RFD 2, Taneytown, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for training in aircraft maintenance. Airman Selby is a 1969 graduate of Francis Scott Key High School, Union Bridge. FOR SALE BY OWNER Potomac River Acreage 35 Minutes N. W. of FREDERICK Off 1-81 3 ACRE RANCH FARMETTE Gently Sloping Grazing Land For Kids And Their Ponies. Private Access To River. Enjoy Vast Hunting And Fishing Areas. DOWN Per Acre SPECIAL $895 «« $45 $14.08 MONTH FOR 72 MONTHS (INCL. *% ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE) l'/ 2 ACRE RIVER FRONT Enjoy Your Own 100% Wooded Private River Frontage For Camping Or Homesite. Beautiful, Unspoiled River Front Is Scarce And In Great Demand! BEAT THE SPRINGTIME RUSH! BEST INVESTMENTS 20 ONC- ACRE HOMESITCS ON HARD-SURFACED ROAD WITH PRIVATE ACCESS TO BOAT RAMP ON THE HlVEt. $1595 " CH $95 »° m $23.38 *»° F TM 84 WOODED RIVER ACCESS ACREAGE Additional Tracts Available Now--But Not For Long. Everyone Wants Wooded Acreage With Private Access On Navigable, Clean Clear Upper Potomac River With The "Sleepy Creek State Forest" Nearby As A Bonus! NO DUES, NO RES, NO CLUB See for yourself how clean and clear the navigable Upper Potomac really is!! MORE ACREAGE AVAILABLE OWNERS ON PROPERTY TODAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONIY 10 A.M. 'TILL DARK DIRECTIONS: Interstate 70 to Interstate 81, South on Interstate 81 to 1st Exit in West Virginia (Exit 6). Turn right at Texaco Station and follow signs to 'Potomac Heights.' SEE MR. PRICE OR MR. RADIN A strong stand was taken on urging the administration to approve in its entirety the Emmitsburg Principal's operating budget as submitted with substantiation to the Board. Fields and his new PTA administration are taking the need for involvement of parents and townspeople to the community. They are probing into ways and means of increasing the involvement of students, parents and faculty into an integrated learning experience for the children of Emmitsburg. They are giving a hard look at what the school has accomplished and what it can accomplish in the future. Fields states, "The PTA will encourage the administration and faculty to use every facility of this and other communities as a tool to give our children a wider learning base." He continued, "The entire community should show interest in the school board and take the time and effort to appear before it to be counted on every issue." There could well be new things happen in Emmitsburg soon. A standing ovation was afforded Mrs. Scott who announced her retirement from active teaching. UPSffi DAISY -- On bottom John Wantz and upside - down Frank Saylor work out for Emmitsburg PTA. Sgt. R. S. Lancaster Receives Award S. Sgt. Robert S. Lancaster, son of Mrs. Dena V. Lancaster, 9 Second Ave., Brunswick, is a member of a unit that has earned the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with combat "V" device. The 366th Tactical Fighter Wing at Da Nang AB, Vietnam, was cited for exceptionally meritorious service from April 1, 1968 to July 31, 1969 during military operations against enemy forces in Southeast Asia. The wing maintained a superior combat record while pioneering operational techniques that produced beneficial changes to the tactical air structure. Sgt. Lancaster, a munitions ', specialist in the 366th, will wear a distinctive service ribbon to mark his affiliation with the unit. The organization is a part of Pacific Air Forces, headquarters for air operations in Southeast Asia, the Far East and the Pacific area. The sergeant attended Brunswick High School and completed requirements for his diploma after entering the Air Force, iis wife, Garree, is the daugh- «r of Mrs. Hazel M. Taylor, East Seventh St Parole Agents Meeting Today Fourteen parole agents and i to be used as a guide in help- supervisors from throughout the ' ing agents organize their work Campbell Soup Ads To Remove Marbles WASHINGTON (AP- Turning aside the objections of a consumer group and two of its own members, the Federal Trade Commission has accepted the Campbell Soup Company's promise to remove the marbles from its soup advertisements. In making final a consent order issued by the commission last fall, the FTC rejected the contention by a group of Washington law students that the order lets Campbell avoid prosecution for false advertising. The FTC complaint alleged that Campbell and its advertising agency, Batten, Barton, Durstine Osborn Inc. had placed clear glass marbles in the bottom of brim full bowls of soup shown in television and newspaper advertising, making the solid ingredients look greater than they actually were. Thefinal order- to which commissioners Philip El man and Mary Gardner Jones filed exceptions - prohibits Campbell from using deceptive advertising or misrepresenting ingredients of any of its products. The law students, calling themselves Soup Inc.-- Students opposing unfair practices-- asked to intervene in the FTC proceeding, claiming the order would not protect the public interest. The three-member commission majority disagreed, ruling that the order fully protects the public and that "an assessment of the commission's priorities indicates that no further FTC resources should be devoted to the CALL 10 AJtf. TO 3 RM. ANT DAT (70S) 893-1550 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION NEWSPAPER! Barby Field of Exeter, N.H. 'irst climbed Mount Washington, N.H. in 1642, only 22 years after the Pilgrims landed. state are meeting in the courthouse today. They are members of the Planning and Program Committee of the Maryland Department of Parole and Probation. Formed in November, 1969, by the Department Director, Leighton W. Dudley, of Rockville, the committee is charged with formulating new programs within the Department in order to increase efficiency and improve service to clients, courts, and the community. Bi-weekly meetings are held at various departmental offices throughout the state. The committee has the task of recommending experimental programs to be financed by Federal funds available as a result of the Law Enforcement Administration Act. Pilot projects are developed in various areas for evaluation as to their effectiveness and applicability for statewide use. Some of those projects approved for funding this year include Narcotic and Alcoholic Programs, Use of Citizen Volunteers, Employment Development, Use of Psychiatric Consultants, Use of Sub-professional Aids, Use of Ex-offender Aids, and creation of an ex- offender Advisory Board (not salaried) to consult with the Director. The committee is at present engrossed in developing standards of caseload management according to the clients' needs, , cse. CONSIGNMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1970 AT 10:00 A.M. To be held by MARE, INC. formerly known as KINSEY'S, located at Evergreen Point along U.S. Route 15, just South of the Pure Oil Truck Stop along U.S. Route 40 East. South of Frederick City, Md. Look for salt, signs. BOATS -- CAMPER BOXES LAWN EQUIPMENT -- CHAIN SAWS SELLING -- Snapping Turtle 21" commercial mower, (new) riding mower, Gravely tractor mower, Torro power handle with mower and snow blower, 14 FT. BOAT RUNABOUT WITH 25 H.P. EVINRUDE MOTOR, 14 ft. Runabout trailer and 25 H.P. Evinrude motor, AQUA SWAN JON BOAT, (new) 4 wheel tractor trailer wagon, Z wheel lawn and garden carts, Sea King S H.P. outboard motor, rotary and reel lawn mowers, Elgin 7',-i H.P. outboard motor, McCulloch and Mall chain saws. Special cash prices on new boat rigs day ol sale only. New 12 H.P. Hahn tractors with 36" mower for only 1895.00. Retails for $1150.00. DOOR PRIZE -- $100.00 -- 31 piece set of cookware will be given to some lucky buyer on day of sale. Must have sale number to qualify for drawing which will be held at end of auction. CONSIGNMENT INVITED and will be taken up until 10:00 A.M. June 6. Contact Mr. Bill Morris of Mare, Inc. Phone 301 - 663-3261. JAMES G. TROUT AUCTION and REALTY, INC. IS N. Court St. Frederick, Md. 662-6231 G. TROUT and WM. BAKER, Auctioneers MEHRLE N. WACHTER, Clerk Lunch Available ESTATE AUCTION The undersigned will sell on premises of the late Edna A. Rockwell, deceased, located at 7 West Seventh St., in Frederick, Md., on SAT., JUNE 6,1970 AT 11:00 A.M. Personal property as follows: Zenith console T.V. stereo, very good; 3 pc. sectional sofa, good; 7 pc. Provincial mangy, dining room suite, very good; kneehole desk chair, 3 platform rockers, Seth Thomas chime clock, andirons fire-screen, 8 pc. walnut bedroom suit*, complete; 7 pc. walnut bedroom suite, box spring ft mattress, Maytag square tub wringer washer, metal wardrobe, bookshelf, books, lamp stands ft lamps, coffee table, sm. appliances, hassock, throw rugs, pictures, bric-a-brac etched beveled edged mirror, cushions, magazine rack, 9 x 12, 8 x 10 rugs, silver plated (for 8) flatware, 2 vacuum cleaners, record rack, j«welry boxes, set dishes, other dishec, 5 pc. chrome breakfast set. radio, base cabinet, gossip bench, hall mirror, clocks, ironing board, suitcases, chest, dresser set, night stand, bed clothing, linens, porch glider, metal porch chairs, hand garden tools, step ladder, hose, smoke stand. Ironstone coffee pot, carnival bowl, misc. antique, trunks, etc. NOTE: Majority of these items are very good. TERMS: Casb, not responsible for accidents. PAUL ROCKWELL Personal Representative. AMOS HOLTER, Attorney JOHN L. PONTON. Auctioneer THOMAS BENNETT, Clerk PUBLIC SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY (ANTIQUE MODERN) We will sell at auction on premises where we reside along Hipstey's Mill Road, off Route 108, 4 miles north of Laytonsville and 6 miles east of Damascus near Etchison, Montgomery County, Md., on SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1970 At 10:30 A. M. Hand made cherry ext. table, 3 pc. living room suite, oM corner cupboard, wardrobe, chest, old trunks, studs, aid comb, love seat «ad conch, pie safe, old blanket chest, coffee table, high chair, rockers, chain, tables, wood heater, beds, mirrors, picture frames, 12' x 15' rags, small rugs, phonograph and records, player piano and rolls. Old pattern glass, china and ironstone, wash bowl and pitcher set, old bottles, lot of old cups and saucers, old wooden churn and batter print, handmade Quilts, sterling sflver candle holders, stone crocks, 2 sets of dishes, cooking uten- sUs and 100 dress print sacks. Large copper apple butter kettle, butchering kettle, lard press, meat grinder, cream separator with motor, old harness and hames, plows, J. D. 16 disc harrow, Me D. 7 ft. binder and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS -- Cash with clerk on day of sate. EMILY GRACE GRAY and GRAYSON GRAY ALBERT 8. TABLEB, JR., AaetloMser Rocky Ridge, Md. FRANCES ft ERNEST PICKET!, Clerks Lunch On Premises Not responsible for accidents OB premises OB day ol sate. PUBLIC SALE ESTATE SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY IN EMMITSBURG, MARYLAND By virtue of the Power and authority contained in the Last Will and Testament of Mary Valerie Kraemer, late of Frederick County, deceased, the undersigned Personal Representative will offer at public sale on the premises of the late Mary Valerie Kraemer at No. 120 South Seton Avenue, in the town of Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1970 at the hour of 10:00 A.M. (D.S.T.) the following, to wit: PERSONAL PROPERTY RCA 23 inch color television, 2 cedar chests, 2 bedroom suites (perfect condition), desk, dining room suite consisting of china closet, sideboard, extension table and 6 chairs, 6 walnut end tables, walnut round table stand, 3 large matching living room lamps, brass table lamp, living room suite, sofa chair, large mirror, several rugs, double sliding door, clothes closet, 3 bedroom matching boudoir lamps, Zenith AM-FM Table Radio, several desk lamps, leather chair, Shetland floor scrubber-polisher, sofabed, 18 inch window exhaust fan, electric desk clocks, mirrors, hassock, Maytag Automatic Washing Machine, Norge Refrigerator, Gas stove, electric appliances, dinette set, 4 cast von skillets, set of matching dishes, miscellaneous dishes, pots and pans, lawn furniture, miscellaneous pictures and frames, horse and surrey ornament, miscellaneous tools and ornaments. REAL ESTATE Promptly at the hour of 1:00 o'clock P.M. the undersigned w U offer on the premises, located as aforesaid, all that lot or parcel of land known as No. 120 South Seton Avenue and fronting thereon 17.5 feet at a depth with even width a distance of 240.0 feet It being the same real estate described and conveyed in a Deed from Frank A. Troxell and wife unto Eugene R. Kraemer and Mary Valerie Kraemer, his wife, dated February 10, 1951 and recorded hi Liber 491, folio 20, one of the Land Records of Frederick County, Maryland. The property is improved with a 254 story frame asbestos shingled dwelling with metal roof, attic and basement; oil-fired hot water heat, consisting of 3 bedrooms and bath on second floor, living room, dining room, kitchen and enclosed porch on first floor. Hardwood floors, public water and s*wer. single concrete block garage. The premises may be inspected prior to the day of sate by appointment. Call the undersigned at 301-447-2088. Evenings and weekends only. TERMS OF SALE: Personal Property: Cash. No property to be moved until settlement bas been made with the Clerks. 4% Maryland Sales Tax shall be collected from the purchaser on all taxable items unless Tax Exemption Certificate is exhibited. Real Estate: A deposit of 10% of the bid price will be required of the purchaser or purchasers on the day of sate. State, County and Municipal taxes, water and sewer charges assessed against the said premises will be adjusted as «f date of sale. Possession and settlement at the option of the par- chaser or purchasers, but not later than thirty days tram dale of sate. All costs of conveyancing, including transfer and re- cordatkin tax, shall be borne by the purchaser or purchasers. Not responsible for accidents. ROBERT F. LITTLE Personal Representative 2N So»»h Seton Avemw Emmttsbarg, Marylaai W. JEROME OFFVTT, Attorney 22 West Second Street Frederick, Maryland CHARLES A. POOLE, Auctioneer RICE ft POOLE, Clerks Luncheon Rights Reserved

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