The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 15, 1948 · Page 8
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July 15, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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More Soft \ Spots Found At Airport Here's One Of "Soft Spots" At Airport New compaction ierts on the Frederick C i t y airport project have revealed additional soft spots I where runways are to be paved, it ·vvas learned Wednesday. I City Engineer W. Raymond Wai- ; ter said -work was progressing j smoothly and nicely i-ntil new | holes were discovered Tuesday! evening. Each new soft spo: discovered. further delays completion of the paving contract. Additional Cost Uncertain Large amounts of earth have ;o , be excavated and more solid fill I made before paving base can be placed along the runways, it was explained. The necessity for mak- _ ing the fills was not established uc- ' til the T. Edg;e Russell Co. had moved equipment onto the s:te to pa-, e the run\\a\s Engineer? heMtate to esuiuaie the additional cost to be incurred ! because of the soft spots. In add- | ition to the expense of excavating I and re-filling, there is also the { cost of keeping the paving con- ] tractor on the site. _ 80 years, highly respected colored; to spend tome ts-ue ai her former | In the face of added difficulties. · woman, of Camp Hi!! died in " home in Union S C Mrs McLure ' and Mrs. Lc\\Is Staubs ard fan- mcr resident of Bolivar, and Is the I The News. Frederick. Md . Thursday. Jaly 15, 194§ ily, near Inwood. W Va --William Kosenberiy, J r . son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rosen- nep'iew of Misses Emma and Butkner. of Bolivar. --Miss Anne Ruthetford )s Pho:o by Frans K*«ier One of the " ?oit spoti ' discovered oi the new Frederick City airport -Aas nine feet deep and 1S2 feet long. More were found yesterday. Cost of refiling has not yet been determined ter. Mrs. Charles H Glover. :n Gastheriburg i Higgins _MI S Barb:.-a CSeary. of Seat has been pieaiant. Md . recently vjv.ted Mrs. Helen Seek, o:: Camp Hi: --Mr. and Mrs Anthony Brenner of Baltimore. and Mr Roy V.'hstmore and daughter, of berry, Sr , of near Winchester. Va . spend.njj ttm \\cck with i dative* is a patient in the Wmchestei Memorial Hospital, where he ic- cently underwent an operation tor appendicitis He is se'.tms along nicely. --Rev. Charles Wolfe of Camp Hill, returned hon-e 0*1 June -50. from a 1 500-nuie automobile tna making the tr:p a!vuc He bis 5.0:5. Charier. J r . in Chatnam X J . and among other places visited \\ere PlainsLeld N J Berga- 1 N J Concord M.lfo-d. Coi:r he spent i»:r.e ti'iie '»: th? Bo^o-i ' Mass region He \ .s.:ted O%! Orchard Beach 1:1 Maine u:i viMted i-i Wsl-niiigt j;s C\ ;:· . \\here he »ei year* ago Mr and Mr^ L s Pntchard. of A-!.-ia:oti Va -».!- . :n-!a\\ a".d daughtet of Res \VoUe. ! are s-persdrig -e\eral ' their fa-he- ,.: h - !.i H M ir'nij-bura s \ -.;·· 1 ho'ne of MJ ,,.»%! Murphy it: Harue: FVr: \ --Mrs Lu, !V \Y:N»: * quite il: a', he: hi::-e . s ' Ferr\ -:!d:vpoei at !er or-.e .n Boi.xar --Mrs. Charle^ V.urp::\ ··! x -,.:- ··»S th" fan.ilx _·· V. C *-'.?·, Bt-'j. engineers also hesitate to estimate j Washington D C on Sunday, at j is the sister of M'ss \\ hen the paving project will be i the home of a nephew \\ here she of Harpers Ferr. «nd completed. { had been making her home for the . visiting there. V.'ork on the construction of an J past five ears She was the widow administration building at the air- ; of the late Robert McDanie! They port is_ scheduled to get underway \ both taught in the local colored next Monday after considerable i schools for man years The body delay. R. Patrick Turner, the buUd-| was brought to Harpers Ferry on · Missouri. co\ering 2575 rnilex c:i -or., at tne home- of Mr S:K! Mrs --Mayor and Mrs C. E Garten and daughter. Betty ana ^01 Eddse. returned home last Thursday. DV automobile, after a trip to Boluar.'Xew York Cit. \vere recen; MSI- \T»ccrti i I't f n\ f»»*in f* **^T^ r»i i !*»·_ **i _ ^ _ _ i_ ^ _ __ r » « _ _ _ _ _ m * ing contractor, planned to start j Monday evening, and taken in building last AprQ but was delayed j charge by Undertaker J Donald by inability to get delivery of! Eackles. The funeral u as held on the trip They were invited guests j R en Eaton to the unvethns of the statue of South American liberator and -- Mrs. Paul of Bohvar. steel structure and more recently ' Tuesday afternoon, from the John --trior. S.mon" Bohvar ~Th~v left. recently xiiiled a'*-* home of her sr_-- ~__. n ..«i f,r nAn «vATn ; TT rA »i«.. "^T«.*U A ^:«« »u... n u ,...i\. :« . . . * . . " son. "aui. J r . pending blocks. approval of concrete j Wesley Methodist church, with in- I terrnent in the Cedar Hill Ceme- ! tery, in Bolivar. i --Mrs- Pauline Adams and son. I Wade, and daughter. Mary Eliza- bar. W. Va . is spending some time j beth, of Grant county, their home o" the previous Friday, at an eatiy hour, as riving in Bolivar. Mo. on Sunday ...ormng -Mrs. Cec:I Webb and child- Beck, on Camo Hsll. i ren. Ernie and June Lee. are Bolivar beth, of Grant countv, W. Va Bolivar--Miss Pearl Rickle. j were guests of Mrs G w Hott Rickle. of Millville. a n d M,-. | Charles William Benjamin, son of j Mrs. Sadie Benjamin and the late j Herbert Benjamin, of Bolivar. '· were married on Saturday evening. Julv 3. at 7 o'clock, in the · . _ . . . . . _, . .,. Boliva^ Methodist church, with' "» Gaitnersburg and RocKville. the pastor Rev. FranK Shrader cf-! --Mrs Be!a Lemon, of Martins- ficiating. Only the members of the! burg, spent the weekend at the immediate families of the bride' respective homes of Mr and Mrs. and groom v.-ere present They are 1 C E. Garten and Mr. and Mrs . living in Washington. D. C , v.-here ; How ard Lemon the groom has employment. } --Mrs. C C. Johnson, of Camp , --Mr. and Mrs. Strother Watson j Hill, is visiting her iwo daughters ' and children spent the weekend' and her son in Alexandria. Va. ; \\ ith the former's parents. Mr. and ! --The Garden Department of the . Mrs. Neil Watson, at New Castle.' Woman's Club will hold their next' Delaware. j meeting at the home of Mrs G E --Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stroble, o f ' Perry, on Camp Hill Baltimore, spent last week at the; --Mrs. H. E. Benjamin is spend- ' home of 3VIr. and Mrs. B. F.! ing some time i\ ith relatives in ' Eackles. j Washington. D C. j --Recent visitors at the home of! --Mrs. Theodore August and son. j Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hape were Mrs. i Garry, of Washington. D. C. were ; P. E. Avers, and daughter. Mrs ' recent guests of Misses Emma and ! Xancy Peterson, and son. of Wash- i Sadie Buckner. ' ington, D. C. and Sirs. Walker j --Mrs. W S. McLure and her j Avers, of Medford. Va. j niece. Miss Louise Exner. of ^c- . --Mrs Lavenia O McDaniel aged i Keesport. Pa. le_ft on Wednesday j sister. M r s B l a n c h e neal V a , were recent visitors at --Douglai, tne 18 -nonth old son of Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wation. has been i.ck -A s:h an attack of ijss Marguerite Nice of Dun- tonsilitss --Mr. and Mr? Paul Ruthe-ford and daughter. Anne. Mr. Luther led by Mr= Florence Anderson, of Martmsburg. spent Sunday at BUY I T / T R Y IT/ CARMACK'S GROCERY CO. I WITH THE N£W FLAVOR DISCOVERY BL'V IT' 'IRV IT: . . . AM) HI VMAZfcD A T THIS N K \ V H. \ V O K DISCOVERY. with Miss Catherjpe Bulls --Mr. and Mr the home of Mr and Mrs Eugene ' Berklev Springs. --airs. Alice Disney of Balti- is spending some time at the Hill Top Hotel, and :s visit- | ing friends over town. ! --Mrs. Charles Roops, of Lutherville spent a fe-.v days l?st week at at the home of Mrs. Lena , White and daughter. Miss Eleanor ' White. i --Mrs. G. E. Webb and g-and-; daughter. Laureda Webb spent three days at the home of her sis- , -- Miss Peag Jone^. 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