Page 6 article text (OCR)
Knoiv America 1 todzy'c Anniversaries ' l79S-lAlmira H L. Fnelps. pioneer, m education for girls author oÂ£ popular school textbooks, born la Berlin C6nn D.ed July 15. 1833 J836--William Winter, eminent Kew York man o f letters, critic P and author, born in Gloucester Mass. Died June 30 1917 JS4S--flOO ears ago* Wlhair A Leonard. Prote^tsn" Epiicopal clergyman Ohio bishop born Southport. Cor.r. Died Sept -1 1930 ICTO--Mother Frances Xa\ :er Ca- ' brini. nun. Missionar Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus founder. crsJ American to be canoi- ized by her church bora zn Italy Died Dec 22 1917 fclSSi--Frankim X Lane Sar Francisco lawyer. Interstate Commerce Con\miÂ«sioier tecretao of the interior under Wilson born Prince Sdv.ard Island Canada Died Mcy 18. :921 ISIS--Anna Colenan Ladd sculptress and actress. "OOJP. Philadelphia. D:ed Jur.e 3 :?39 Xoday In History 1779--Brilliant explos* of Gen Anthony Wayne--the capture of the almost impregnable fortress ^ of Stony Point on the Hudson from the British 1S!3--A British fleet arrives at the Potomac River to the great alarm of nearby Washington, in second \\ar with Britain 1830--Sac and Fox Indians sell their lands to the Government. , 1833--Historic Ralph ".Valdo Emerson Divinity School Address before Harvard's graduating class --a landmark in America's cultural history- 1913--Congress creates the Board of Mediation and Conciliation 1923--Hoo\er"s Farm Board created 19-53--\Vilev Pon leaves New York in his "Winnie Mae" flying the \\orld around in less than eight das 1942--Geman Nazis order all male relations of French saboteurs shot, their "A omen folk to hard labor and children to Nazi institutions 1943--Roosevelt abolishes Board of Ecorots:c Warfare headed by Vice President Wallace 1946--President Trun?an signs the British Loan Bi'l. !Â£i---Pres-derr Truman Mgns the Second Decontrol Act of the \ear I* S House \o: es a lo\alty investigation cf all Government employes Today's Birthdays Paul K Ail'-", first U S Ambassador to Pakistan, born :n Kamden. Conn. 52 \ears ago Dr Garry C Myers of Boyds Mills. Pa. a noted ps\ chologist- viri'er born in Sylvan Pa. 64 vears ago. Rear Admiral Harold M Bemis, born :n Oshkosh Wis. 64 years ago. i Dr Horace SI Whaling. Jr. of ! the Methodist-Episcopal Church South. Dalla*. Tex editor, born i in Memphis. Term, 07 years ago j Marjone Kambaugh oldtinie act- , res*, born in Sen Francisco. 59' ears ago Louib. J. Waldbsuer. of Albany X Y . noted General Anilir.L- chemist, born in S'. Louis, 5C years =go. Today's Horoscope This ij a sympathe'ic nature fend of home and parerr. \\iih a !scre'. sens-tive disposition and a certain lack of energy if born in certain portion* of the day The characters blend \M*h tne general tendencv of the pa=t or the foUo-A- irg days, if the nati\e iÂ«s born in the earlier cr the later nours. le --Tne Ija-nsville Sunday School picnic \\ith Oe Fcoies- iil'.e band .r. attendance v. .11 be held on the church ground 1 - Sstur- cay evening July 17 --Mr and Mrs Richard Elliot' Mr ana Mrs Wheeler. Judge Charles Â£ Movlan and Mrs Mo\- lsrÂ» and ;-o:is spent the holidays . t their hor'-e here --Mr Jack lre and mother c! Phoemxville Pa \i-ited Mrs. Slar\ Hogarth oa Thursaay --Mr Frank AddiMn 1= i!l a* the Frederick Memorial Hoip'tal --Mr and Mrs J Mel\;Ue Cror-- usll Frederick, and MrÂ« Svdr-syl G Rsuhngs ol Baltimore \ \ o r e t h c ! sucrtr cf Mr and IMrs Harrv C 1 Swoniliy the past \vsek j Mr .uid Mr^ L.'ialr'.v Grubbs. Jr. I of WasMnjiUni \\ere the puests of the Grubbs. fdr.v!\ icccn'I\ --Mr alia Mb Donald Hogarth. J of Frederic v\cre recent guests of j Mr ard M:= Ir\ s.is DcGrange. , --X:s Flor.-nec K:c!d of Freder- ', ick Junction s.- i-uei^oxns several \\cek^ \\i'h MiÂ« AIJI.C D Latton. Mr and Mr- Wallace Davis Jr ' and ^Ir and M:s Es-cous-hjide. cf j ; Lancaster Pa v.-ucd Â«ith Mrs.' 'Luttort 0:1 ?3tu:ca The KÂ«wt. Pre4erick. Md.. ThursiÂ«T. JÂ«ly IS. fMI SIDE TRIP COSTLY Baltimore Julv 14 ?--Peter L Kato. driver of a grocer's del:\ery truck, v, as sentenced to three year-s m the reformatory today for taking it on a 1'ttie side trip Kato disappeared with a number of orders on June 14 The truck turned up in a \vr,eck f.ve dc^ later at Johnson City. Tenn He was convicted of emberrle- ment and larceny. Beech-Nut Foods for Babies O I M S G R I L L DKVID THEATRE BUILDING. DAMASCUS. MD. FULL COURSE DINNERS STEAKS, CHOPS, FRIED CHICKEN Plan to visii Damascus and cat that juicy, tender fried chicken dinner; tender T-bone steaks that \ou cjn cut \\ith 3 fork. SNACK AND SODA BAR MOO! ll\ P H A R M A C Y Successor To Pearre's Drug Store A Prescrijilion Service TELEPHONE 208 MOTHER: Visit Our Baby Foods Center CAPPELLO'S 200 N. Market St. Phone 522 KILL the JAPANESE BEETLE US Use 25% Liquid Pestroy for the Japanese Beetle and Corn Borer. Costs 1.30 per acre by high-pressure spraying methods. ;oncmicai LIQUID PESTROY a product of Sherwin-Williams Co, The Frederick Motor Co. Ford Farming Headquarters 128 West Patrick Street Phone 1082 Help your family keep happy end healthy with plenty of Welch's Pure Grape Juice. Delicious and refreshing. Jusf the natural fruit juice, rich in minerals and food energy. Mixes well with other fruit juices, ginger cle, plain or carbonated wcrer. Less than 5Â£ a gloss 52 rich if can bÂ« rrlxed holf ard hc!f Â«i . . . coslt !eÂ» then 5Â£ a sÂ«rvins- for PURE enjoyment Try Welch's Jams, Jellies, Preserves WAN? A THRILL? Someday when you're entertaining on cut-of-town guest, pour him a gloss of his fevorit* premium beer end also a gJass of pole, dry foeer-y Gunth.er's. But don't let him see which bottle is which. Then, ask him whsch he prefers. Your chest wsli swell with pride when he chooses Gunther's . . . your own famous Maryland dry lager I stFtrxa co, we, SAI-WCMU, MO. j Distributed by THOMAS DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, Frederick, Maryland, Phone 2254-J Some people go to Florida ... others grin and bear it . . , WE CANT SU PPLY ANY PALM TREES BUT WE CAN GIVE YOU THE COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE OF CLEAN, TROUBLE-FREE AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT. WEIL BROTHERS i "OH Heat Specialists" can plan, install, service and fuel your complete heating system --steam, hot water or hot air. We offer UNDIVIDED RESPONSIBILITY for your comfort and satisfaction and back it up with 24 years of dependable service that has never let a customer down. INVESTIGATE NOW WHILE PRICES ARE STILL LOW .4ft Insured Fuel Oil Contract With Each Installation PHONE 1900 TODAY WEIL BROTHERS 331 North Market St. Frederick, Md.