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Frederick, Maryland
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Deaths jin. Gertrude B. M. HeSner * Mrs. Gertrude Best Miller Heffner. -widow of Frank L. Heffner. died at her home, 718 jtJorth,Mar-, ket street, this morning at one o'clock after an immediate illness-of ' was a daughter of the late Edgar Land Mary Estelle Kanunn Miller was a member of Evangelical Lutheran church- She is survived by one soa, Police Desk Sgt. Austin L, HeSner. this city; on* daughter, Catherine G. . at home; three sisters. Mrs. Weddings Vet s Guide By MAJOK THOMAS M. NIAL Washington. July 14.--As reported in this space last week. Congress took an unprecedented step when it voted to pay seriously disabled ex-servicers extra compensation for their dependents- Today the "Guide" reports o n , . . , , another piece of legislation which ] hii *' J * soa WUbide--Fox A lovely wedding was perform( ed at the home of Rev. DeWitt Dickey, Walkersville. Saturday. ! July 3, at 4 oclock when Miss Ruth j Pauline Fox. daughter of Mr. and \ Mrs. Henry Fox, Mt. Airy, became ' the bride of Ernest Ciiiicvt W:l- { of Mr. Local Mentions % Wanted Upright Piano For Children's Camp PHONE 93-W or 2135 ''Annual Barnesyille Picnic And Chicken and Ham Supper SATURDAY. AUGUST 7TH Oa Church Grounds Tournament begins at 12.00 noon. Sale All Ladie's Bathing Suits Now Only $2.98 HKNDRICKSON'S - Supper from noon to 9.00 Sale All Children s Bathing Suits Xow *i Price HEN'DRICKSOX'S Local Mentions Reliable Junk Company MAURICE SCLAR. Prop. Water St.. B. O. Ave, Phone--Office 966 Residence 1712-W Highest Cash Prices Paid For All Kinds of Junk Used Pipe for Sale The News. Frederick. Md. Thursday. July 13. IM» FOR FOR SALB FOK SALE -- BIRD DOG POINTER FOR SALE -- NEARLY NEW DAVID puppies, 'j weeks old. $13 eac-h. Ap- I Bradley 2-wheel traUer with racks. ply 5 Rosciuon.t_Avc. 7-'3d3t- i Frigidaijre ice cream cabinet. 4-hol«. FOR SAL*: ^- DUPLEX 1Q.ROOM ' with Beverage compartment. W. HOUM-. 1st floor 5 rx!v.s and bath 1 sllfer ' Middletown. Md. phone 2"t! !!o;.'r 3 room* and foatrj Very ' _ ___ _ 7-15 -15dft* IjamsviUe Sunday School Picnic Saturday Sight. July 17th Music by Poolesville Band This law permits the government . to split the cost of special housing j ros buds and baby's breath. ar.d a corsage of white On sale every Thursday. Friday. ! and Saiurdav. So Convenient "o pick up your order at Scott Build Vour Borne IN SPRING VALLEY 60ft. frontage lots $1.500 All improvements Motter Ave_ Opposite 13th St. Edna Brownlow, Mrs. Marshall H.l*°r veterans totally disabled with! The couple will reside at 223 Phone you'r order not later than '· Ke v L»Q«or Store. Loading and un- Murray and Mrs. Russell L, Strine ! spinal cord injuries and resulting j East Seventh street for the present Wednesday evening before. j toaam S permitted m this bock. and one brother. Chester Miller, j paralysis of the lower part of the j time. ROBERT WEDDLE Beer by the case all of this city; also one grandson, r body. Dennis L- Heffner, Frederick. j The Veterans Administration says 1 The body is at the funeral home, j about 1.800 ex-servicers of all wars j 105 East" Church street, where j since the Spanish-American spat i friends may call after noon Friday. ] in 1898, plus peacetime veterans,! Funeral from the funeral home Sat- j may be entitled to one of the spe- I urday afternoon at uvo o'clock. In- j cial houses- Most of these, says terment in Mr. Olivet cemetery. M. i the VA. are World War II veter- R_ Eichison and Son, funeral direc-]ans. Paraplegics * that's what they tors. i call a guy with such a spina! cord I in jury) of other wars and old Mrs. Jeanette E, Dennis i peacetime service almost all have Mrs. Jeanette Ethel Dennis, f __ LOCEI Mentions Phone 2156-J ! Attention Boys : '. Get Your League Baseball Sport Shirts at S C L A R ' S 322 North Market Street Open Evenings Until 9.00 i S. Klein ! 50 NORTH MARKET ST. ! Come in and Shop in Cool Comfort : Our Store- is Now ; Air-Conditioned Cans and No-Return Bottles 128 W. Patrick St. Phone I (Next to Bus Station) Custom Baling GLENELLEN FARMS. Ijaznsville. Md. Phone New Market 2013 · S. Ms T^f sstss d? £i£ "a.-V5=i.-8= Bingo THURSDAY NIGHT Odd Fellows Temple of Isaac Gilbert Dennis of | st. died at Fred-j erick Memorial Hospital Wednes- |HCW at 6:15 o'clock. ,, . TM*' ** Frederick Co. Pomona Granje : Glee Club j Will hold a rehearsal in music is going to administer the ' room, Frederick High School. Sun- ' Paper Hanging CHARLES H BAKER Phone 1529-J 905 Motter Avenue Hillside Coal Company 4. 6. S and \"i inch cement block IMMEDIATE Fijht And Ki!! Japanese Bet-ties 3rc "" "hone future when others P- B. Roop. Real Estate Windsor Paperhan;ingr WM. J. SHREVE provisions. ?ut it ! day. July 18th. 2 p. m. dst All ph - 2I7S-R 121 E. 6! o.v «*-««-«_. -, 0.1- ,,-««.--. * - ,, . , . - , got the thing set up ye-. ! members' are urged to attend. Dennis had come to Frederick to ^o-vever. here « the general idea, visit her sons when she -.vas stride- j¥* » -hea , the VA c ° me * out with en with a heart attack and rushed | d « a ?\ te , P lans *** procedures the j to the hospr-ai. She was 54 years of Guide will report them. t age She was a. daughter of Mrs. j Paraplegics live mosl of the Mary E.~ Ridge Weddle of Haiti- t!me ln a wheel chair. What they more and the late Jack Weddle of j can do with those wheelchairs you Thurmont. Mrs. Weddle was a j can't know until you see it. I member of the Lewistovra Method- j watched some hospitalized para- ist church. Surviving - are her; plegics at a VA hospital playing mother, one daughter, Mrs. Mil-1 baseball last summer: [ dred E. Bowers, Lev/istown; three j But no matter how versatile a sons--John P.. Russell F.. and veteran in s wheelchair is, he can't Edgas J. Dennis, all of Frederick, j get around his house in one . . Two sisters, Mrs. Albert Brashears j can't climb stairs- can't get through of Frederick and Mrs. Frank R. ] many narrow doors, can't do many Jacobs of Baltimore. Ten grand- | of the little every-day things which children also survive. Mrs. Den- j go with living in a house. ^ nis rests at ihe funeral home. 106 } This new law's purpose is to give! tv "tonight"has ~bee~n"cancelled' East Church street where friends· the paraplegic financial assistance ' may call after seven o'clock this | so that he can build himself a house · Attention Serf Club Members evening. The funeral will be held | in which he can !"-«· ««»m*«»«-t.~Ki..' from there Saturday morning at 11 j and independently. o'clock. Interment will be in the j The law says Uncle Sam can put. Methodist cemetery. · U p as much as S10.000 per para- M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral j p ! e gic. . provided the amount put Beginning Monday. July 19 Hair Cuts. 50c Shaves 35c | At ihe following Barber Shops i Harvey T. Holter. j Irving D. Rice, ! Middletown. Md. : J. R. Corun. j Jefferson, Md. · For Sale ! Home dresed fryers ready f o r ; the pan. | 67c per pound. J PHONE 2298-M Because of Rain S'reet S.reet For Sale--Late Plants Flat Dutch Cabbage. Tomatoes. Celery, Broccoli. Cauliflower. Brussell Sprouts K FRANK FOLAND. 30* College Avenue Phone 735 Clearance! Spring and Summer Hats Reduced for Clearance 51 00--$2.00 and *i Price WACHTER and HILDEBRAND S ! i West Patrick St. Festival Mt.-Tabor Park Rocky Ridge. Md.. Friday. July 16. featuring Slim directors. comfortably ! Dance Saturday Night. July 17th Music by Personality Boys Featuring Percy Johnston Be cool and comfortable in our Air-Conditioned Social Room Used Cars and Trucks 1948 Ford S. Del.x. Fordor 1941 Dodge Tudor 1941 Chevrolet _ ) .. 1941 Dodge 1940 Pontiac 1940 Pontiac 1939 Ford 1936 Chevroiet 1934 Chevrolet 1947 Ford 1942 Ford . 1940 Ford . 1935 Ford 1932 Ford 1931 Ford . 1 Executor's Public Sale Every car of Valuable Apartment Building' condition and and Adjacent Land in ! For a demons Frederick City j lot on South Court street, south of = Sale of apartment building and ! Amoco Station. :--BOY'S 26 INCH BIKE. i $1.00 | For quick ent apples a Phone 2065- QUYNN ORCHARDS General Haulin- and Moving- 24 LINCOLN APTS. Phone 19T5-R Wall Piper anil Papering A. H. LA BRUSH 19 DcGraiige Street Phone 1494-M SI'H ! ATIONS \ V A N T K I ) -15d2t The festival scheduled at Liber- Stewart and his Plainsmen. Plenty · of refreshments and entertainment, i BENEFIT'REFORMED CHURCH Town Sedan SITUATION* WANTED -- BABY SIT Fordor ler !or h:rc. Anytime day -r I'.ight Tudor Experienced. References if required. ,, ,, P!io:te 1C55-J. 7-14d3f frame Smu-o. .:e.-:r:r honk e;~" ». p. Hoop. New " ' Phone S:',-J. ' fon SALE _ ICE REFRIGERATOR: Wo**2''b , co "j^ 110 "^ Coorse Creaser. W A N T E D George ,,_. \\aSkcrsville 3793. 7-15d3f ·*" SALE -- LOW DO \VN~WAGOV on rubber. Chester near -15d3t- i Waike.-svilie. up does not exceed 50 per cent' of Two door prizes every Saturday | adjacent land of G. Nevir. Rebert. i THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. ft*a *~nr.«- rtf *l, n U n . . » A n « -- * it __ _ !..l_i. - nAff»a:P/" 1 flftR ^TAfff»r Avl*r»l1A i V / M t f TTl-»*in^4l^- "C"rt..r? "n^^lrtf- Funerals The funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Michael, widow of Frank E. Mich- ^ sr ^ paraplegic entitled to the · ael who died at her home. Days- *~ - - - - - " . the cost of the house, or of the house and land- That S10.000 is not a loan. It is an outrlsht gift. So if you, a World ville, Sunday evening took place from the funeral. 106 East Church street Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Reese S. Poffinberger officiated, airs. Fran- benefits of the new law. want to build a new house for S20.000. you'd get S10.000 free and could use a GI Bill loan to get the rest! Getting a suitable house doesn't necessarily mean building a new cis Fox sang. "Nearer My God To one. Some paraplegics undoubted- Thee." Pallbearers -were: Weston j ly will want to remodel their pres- H. Staley, "William David. Heasel j ent homes. If so, the same finan- R_ Staley, Guy E. Kelly, John M.jcial arrangement holds. The gov- Crum and Melvin Anders. Inter- ernment will put up 50 per cent of ment in Mount Hope cemetery. I the total remodelling costs (up to a . Woodsboro. M. R. Etchison and!maximum of S10.000), and the vet- night Uncle Cal's Barn Dance EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Bernie's Arena in Frederick Polar-Air Cooled Pavilion Home of the Paul Jones Admission 50c. Tax Included deceased. 1005 Motter Avenue. I i Frederick City, on premises. .July I 117. 1943. at 10.00 a. rn. (dsO. For de- j i tails see advertisement published j · elsewhere in this paper. dan. Excellent condition, good tires " Your Friendly Ford Dealer Phone 2336 i FOR RENT -- TWO DOUBLE BED{ rooms. Phone 631-W alter 4.30 p. m. ! 7-I5d3f ! WANTED -- TO ,,.,,,....«..! or -small hon-.e in Frederick or sur- ' -* -iron. ^RE Priced reasonably. · or Brad- 7-I5d2t NEAR Sec BHck's Indian Cycle Shop For 7.,5d3t ?- - ' Annual Fried Chicken And Ham Dinner Hot Vegetables SATURDAY. AUGUST 7TH. Methodist Church Hall. Hyattstown Music. Poolesville Band Fruit Sale Come to the Fruit Sale FRIDAY. JULY 16TH, 8 t?. m. 518 West South St. I. Lease. Auctioneer R L. Kelly, Clerk ! Son, funeral directors. The funeral of Mrs. Stella Mav i eran puts up the rest. who died at the orial Hospital Sunday afternoon took place from her late home, near Feagaville Wednesday after- "nooti at 1:30 o'clock- Rev. Morris " G. Zumbrun ifSciatcd. Mrs. John H. Krantz and Minerva Zimmerman accompanied by Betty Younkins sang. "Asleen In Jesus"' and "Good Night And Good Morning." The funeral was largely attended and there v.-as a profusion of floral Very instead of stairs should connect floors: halls and doorways must be wider than usual; rooms should be larger than normal so the paraplegic won't get tangled up in close- packed furniture: bathrooms should have special fixtures, and some paraplegics should have exercise rooms in which they can keep the unharmed parts of their bodies hale and healthy. Before okaying a paraplegic's re- Attention Moose Saturday night is guest night at the Home. Bring your guest and i join the crowd for a most enjoyable ! 1 evening. Good music, good food and ; I a fine time. Pianos--Spinets--Pianos Student Pianos $50 up. Spinet Styles S399 up Schwinn and Columbia Bicycles j ^^ ,7 9 S^S £ IONT New and Used · Used Motorcycles 2 Harley Davidsons--1946 Excellent Condition Fast Cycle Repairs My Prices Are My Best Advertisement II. EAST THIRD STREET Phone 2080-J , _ - - - -- - - - . . . . . . , - ,,-- rm-~. ctuuu -3«J(itiI»Ci K\ , men! m Frederick. References Ad- ' Kood spring of water plcntv of · dress Box i202. care Frederick News- '. shade and lawn, machine shed "sind T-l3dGt- chopping shed: 20 acres of timber and For the Best in Used Cars See These 1948 Studebaker»4 Dr. Sed. '· CRAMER'S BARBARA FRrTCHIE ! 1947 Kaiser. 4 Dr. Sed. SHOPPE j 1947 Plymouth, 4 Dr. Sed. ! 1947 Chevrolet Club Coupe - for 2 gei bath. 52T , Jeep truck, than 7.000 miles). Jack Route 3. Yellow Springs. FOR RENT--SANDER AND EDGER : "A^i'EU -- ELECTRIC CLOCK A M D I l±5^E£i^- d. 7-14d3t-_ Plenty of sandpaper, varnishes and j , «nal! electric appliance repnirinc. j FOR SALE--1935 OLDSMOBELE RE- shcHac. C. F Hartman. East Street. I ' " "~ - - · - Frederick Phone 1334 and 543 5-24dtf --GOOD USED CARS. WE j ·enUcmen. T~win beds. Private i cinity of Market vt 3rd. Call Fred- I '^'o' more i N. Market StreeL 6-30dif j er£5 2377_-\iV. 7-9dCf _ · C. Harley. NT--SANDER AND EDGER ! W A N - E D -- ELF.CTRIC CLOCK AN'D I ?^£'! c _ k ij , small electric appliance repnirinc. j F O R SALE- . . . . . i __.. ! ~ or f cn "ed for and delivered. The ! cently overhauled. Good paint" An! Clock Shop. Phone Buckevstown 72 : ply 107 E. 8th St 7-14d3f i Buckeyslown._Md ; L 7 '"'^^' i FOR~SALE -- 1340 N'ASH 4 DOOR: : WANTED--GOOD USED CARS. WE j weather eye: 1939 Vord Delux 4^ ; will pay top dollar for your used i door sedan, heater Julian P Kinc ; car. or we will sell your car for you i Cedar Grove. Phone Gaithersbursr ! 2LL°" r -S?'* '?··...» ,. 10 ^. .*=ndlir, C j 5BO-W^.__ 7 . 14d3t S PUBLIC SALE EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC SALE OF SECRETARY ! Koof - Barn and House Paintin? j J947 Chrysler Town and Counlrv i VALUABLE APARTMENT BUILDING 1 AT-alaHl*a Trr»Tv*is/'1»'3f«»i'v TJoacnrtaKl** ! . _ _ _ . _ . _ _ _ _ " A'%rr\ emblems. Pallbearers were; Henry {Quest for the S10.000 grant (this H. Culler, James V. Shaff, Jr", money never gets into the veteran's Bernard L. S^aSf, Charles C. Rob- hands as straight cash), the VA will erts. David R. Roberts and Henry j make sure that the home he plans V. Roberts. Interment in the Luth- to build will suit his disability. It i eran cemetery. ·Middletown. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. Personals Mrs. E. Ruth Barrick and daughter Marian have returned to their home in Hagerstown after spending the weekend -with the former's sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. Elmer Buhrman, of Graceham. Miss Helen Smith. R. -F. D. 5. has returned from an auto trip to Minneapolis. Minn., visiting The Dells and Madison. V7is.. also the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Mr. John Bowers. Jr.. who has been visiting his mother. Mrs. John Bowers. East South street returned this week to his home in Ports-1 mouth. Va. will provide him with different plans and specifications for his selection. It will investigate his economic status to make sure he can afford to live in his new home. As soon as VA gets going on rules and regulations I'll give them an ABC in the "Guide." Kemptotvn Kemptown.--Miss Sarah Allsip. of Washington, spent a week recently with her sister. Mrs. Latimer Watkins. --Mrs. William Watkins with some friends from Baltimore spent the weekend at Blue Ridge Summit. Peter Pan Club Presents Dintcrman Reunion Sunday. July 18. at Rocky Clark Sheetenhelm and his Orch. ! Ridge Park. Relatives and friends EVERY SATURDAY NTTE Phone Buckeystown 45-F-ll For Reservations I invited. Bring basket lunch. Announcement We are pleased to announce that we have opened a used car display 1946 Jeep 1941 Chevrolet, 2 Dr.-Sedan 1941 Packard. Seven Pass. Sedan 1941 Dodge Club Coupe 1940 Chevrolet. 4 Dr. Sedan 1939 De Soto. 4 Dr. Sedan 1938 Packard Convert. Coupe 1938 Nash. 4 Dr. Sedan · FOR SALE--75x320" LOT IMPROVED with 3-room house. With well enclosed in building. Ideal location. Phone Braddock Heights 2471. 7-14d6t" , | lot on South Court Street, south of i 1937 Dodge. 2 Dr. Sedan Attractive Site For Sale ; the Amoco Station. You are in- ] 1937 Terraplane Coupe Corner lot 100x150 feet, on North-jvited to visit us for a demonstra- ! 1947 Crosley Pickup Truck and Testament of the said G. Kevin | Rebert. deceased, and an order of the . Orphan's Coui t of Frederick County, j Maryland, dated June" 14. 19-58. xvill j offer for sale on the premises at j 1005 Motter Avenue in Frederick City. ; WASTED--MARRIED MAN WITH NO Frederick County. Maryland, on j family or single man for farming HELP WANTED LEAPLAND SMOOTH last year. Crop acre. Quality first served. per bushel as is; $3.25 per bushel cleaned and treated. Can be seen at Farmers Supply Co in Frederick. C. Lease Busscrd. - 7-14d2t VACANT S2.250 FRAME COTTAGE. 8 rooms, bath, cistern, electric, im- Marfcet St. Sacrifice price. Owner ; 'ion of our used cars and trucks, moving out of state. ' -- -- -P. LTJTHER RICE Real Estate Broker 29 East Third St. THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Phone 2336 Phone 1434 ! : Attention Men ! ! Short Sleeve Sport Shirts "Whites, Plain Colors, Plaids Sizes S-M-L £7 jjg S C I, A R'S 322 North Market Street Open Evenings Until 9.00 Give Year Old Glider a "Xew Look' i 6 pc. Glider Cushion Sets ,, | Water-Repellent I (Reg. S16.93) $14.98 (Reg. S39.98) $16.98 ' KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR 1946 GMC =i-ton Truck 1940 GMC 2-ton Truck j 1937 Ford P:ckup Truck i 1935 International Pickup ' 1928 Chevrolet Panel Truck Salesmen to 9.00 p. m. See Our Used Car Lot Next to the V. F. \V. Anoroved Packard--Willys-Overland Sales and Service AU those lots and parcel, of ground j Sj£- ^ r ^ n "^ situate, Iving and being on the West 1 15-- -- - -side o f Motter ' ' - · · · · - · Citj 100; 3Crto. M I L tt * \f\AH, « » 4 i u vsiici. »._v ~^*^v · rryr~n--«*- i-,i, ,-'~ J *' ~~" 1 . . . -- ... -square perches of land, more or less, i H "LP WANTED--DAIRYMAN. ! and being the same property that was ! crl ? house and good salary with * " "-··'·'·- -**-- ^».^. j-^.-^, . ,,. f-f^^,^...^. jT\u3rC55 ~COJV to C/U*lK*r Oalc (~*r* i --.**. **. v «t vo4^. iub WJ. U*cu tuate. lying and being on the West i , 518 Fidelity "Bid" ^i- ^o^th Chjrlc'^ ^g^-APP^y - Water St. 7-l« 3 . e of _,"*. otte *; Avenue in Frederick i Sl Baltimore. Md ~ civinc ace' ev-f i ^OR SALE -- L. C SMITHTl ^^o.^A^n^^onfain^rTou 3 ?!^--' ^ucation'a^d pho^n/rn- ^'"ter. A-I condltlooflSSe^ :res. three rods, and thirty-six j 7.V., ,, ,,,.,_ -·--'--.--·- gK"W V. r ~ ~ -- ^.-=^ The De France Beauty Salon 24 South Market Street Consult Us For the Permanent W^ve Of Distinction Phone 1519-M Break lour Glasses? j j Save the pieces. Lenses can be | ! duplicated from broken pieces, i | Two to four hours. · i Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted i Cotr.plste Eyeglass Service BARBARA FRITCHrE MOTOR CO. 1 J conveyed to G X R ebcrt and ; u f ua | allowanccs._ Howard B. Smith. Phone 1286 Naom r.^ *=v* l'^ v». ..t-fc»l» i".»^^-- i. «»*iu , » - _ --,- ..V.....X. ^.. .j«»t»t^«, ii S. Rebert. his wife, (the said · Meadow Farms- Ijamsviiic. Md. Phone ' i S. Rebert having predeceased -^cw Market 2265. 7-I5d6f | stools with foot rests. 1 double "win" on bars, lot of used lum- 2 Water St. 7-l«d6t- 'TYPE- 1062- 13d6t SALE--DUNCAN PHVFE WAL- nut dining-room tsble with pads Perfect condition. Phone Frederick 7-13d3t NOTICES ... . ._ _ FOR SALE--FRIGIDAIRE. 7 CTJ..FT~ : the said G.^ Nevin Rebert) by H. Kief-i HELP WANTED'-- \VE ARE TRADjl '· Sood condition: 1936 Dodge coupe; MAAS OPTICIANS 242-A N Market ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE This is 10 give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Or! phans" Court ot r rederick County in Records for Frederick County. Frederick Beauty School _, 1 Robert E. Lee Hotel BIdg. Jmne Brandenburg, of j offers you the best in perman- is visiting her sister, j ents shampoos, manicures.* etc for uutu . v a i -paytus Brandenburg. | the small "cost of materials used. Mrs. Cora Bums, of Frederick, is L ~ 3Ir ' .f On 5° e Browning, who has j Supervised by licensed instructors, home after spending a week in ? en q . uue slck ' ^ TMP rovm S »t h 5S Phone 478-R i Charlotte, *. C.. visiting er son n ° me nere ' and daughter-in-law, Sir. arid Mrs. Wm. V. Bums and son. Forrest. Hanging ARTHUR D, LAMBERT. 3 East Church Street Phone 53-J Mr and Mrs. Renice Reed, of Middletown. announce the birth of a_son. Ray Allen, at the Frederick Memorial Hospital Tuesday morning. Mother and son are doing nicely. -Mrs. Raymond Loun was hostess at the recent meeting of the W. S. C. S. and a "pantry shower" iven Rev - Mrs. Chester We Wish To Thank all our friends and relatives for j the lovely flowers, cards, and use of their cars during the illness and loss of my husband and our --Mrs. Golden Moxley visited 1 father, and for their sympathy and New York city last week. j kindness throughout our bereave- Among The Sick .The condition of S-Ir. Jav Main -- _ , v "_ -»-*aiU_ , *. j.v***4Hit*. *Ji V J O l U J C i i W U i Si, ! BrunswicK, who was rushed to the j --Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmoll! --Mr. and Mrs. Roland Watkins ; ment. and son. of Baltimore, spent Sun- j MRS. KATHERINE E. HALL2R ! day with Mr. John Watfcins. | AND CHILDREN j --airs. J. A. Engle has returned from a visit to her sister. Mrs. Tom Plummer. of Gaithefsburg. Food Sale j Saturday 8.30 a. m.--526 N". Market ] Drive Out--Drive In Curb Service 11 a. ra. to 2 a. m Chicken In the Basket Jumbo Shrimp Ranchburgers T-Bones Eat and Relax in Your Car at THE SNACK BAR. Jet. U. S. Route 40 and 40-A Picnic Lunch Complete Take Out Service Phone 1983-J-3 This property is improved by Phone 1951-W ' Marv'anfi letters of Administration j large - --on the estate o: LEROY late of Frederick deceased. All per; against the deceased ! exhibit the same, j iherenf legally ! subscriber, on or _ . . i of February. 3949 next: they may oth- j owner or for rental by such new own- j ! erwise by law be excluded from all ; er. \ known since IDlft. Our quality pro": FOR SALE -- GREEN AN_T"lVORY , a«c_is. Isyeral commissions and ex-j ^combination coal and wood range I benefit ot said estate Those indebted j The five apartments now rented are ; 7^^--"-I to the deceased are desired to make · well furnished, each apartment beiRR . ""^P j immediate payment. | equipped with an electric stove and ; Gi^'en Under TV**." **rar»f? ^?iic ^ « I H Ha^r · .»l*.^r--·Ir* r-tff--icrr*^~-!itf\r' a f ^ H «t^*/'T* ^* ! of Jul;.-. 1943. !e a^e. education, experience, if i any. Wrile Frederick News-Post Box ! C- 7-13d3t WANTED _ _ ^ xvith small fan..... v- hand this *4th day · electric refrigerator and other fur-- DcLaval machines. No farm work. ., : nishings necessarv for the renting of ' Must be exper:erscert with pure bred i: ANNA F. JONES. ! furnished apartments. . cow.?. Excellent housinc. Good pay. i " Acirainistratrix ; This property has been subdivided Apply S. J. Mc?addcn. Chatenula ' Fra.icis Petrott, Attornev. j bv the !ate owner disclosed by the · Dairy Farm. Route i. Svkesville Md ' dJy 15^I2^9-Aug5.12 j Plat of Rebert's Addition to Frcdcr-" 7-14d2t · FOR SALE--OAK LUMBER, S70 PER ...p^.-r,^^--- : thousand ft. delivered; oak slab _-- ^IAKKIED ..iAN , W0 od. $20 for 2-cord load Charles E nj iO milK: 30 cows. . c,n;*vi Tt,,,T-mnn* -\M TJI,«__ i^,.._ -- -- - . . SALE -- 1942 GEAR SHIFT Cushman scooter. Phone 2237-W. 7-13d2t* Frederick Memorial Hospital on Tuesday^ is reoorted as being fa. Mrs. John Shaff. 213 East Sixth street who entered the Frederic] and Miss Lillye "Williams spent] Wednesday in Baltimore. | --Mrs. F. D. Browning continues I sjr_e. wno en.erea t ne r reaenck ; to improve after a long illness. ] iiernonal Hospital on July 5 and) --Vacation Bible School for the T Chickens. Fresh Eggs, Homemade Cakes, Pies, Potato Salad. Rolls. Chicken Salad. Etc. TTTICA CEMETERY ASSN. Winters A Comin' Mrs. Marie Flair, -J57 West South i street entered Frederick Memorial i Hospital on Saturday for treatment Rev. Paul L. Aithouse. wno un-; derwent a minor operation at the! English Lesson Venetian Blinds Complete Renovating Service New Custom Made Blinds As Low as 50c Square Ft. Aluminum or Steel For estimate -without obligation call VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE Phone Frederick 2092 Newton D. Baker Veterans' Hos- U^ 0 TM^ often »*»** Do not say., pital. Martin^faurg W Va has -e! Brown has discharged her i Oil arid of . turned to the Evangelical Reformed' help '" f 33 "- "!}-» discharged her :-vm assure 5 parsonage on West Church street! se t^ nt or '. Iaaid ' . _ , i '^^ . _ I Often mispronounced: Defama- i MEETING H^LP I tion. Pronounce def-a-ma-shun, e as ] Faithful Circle class of the ' i n *^et first a unstressed, second a i j rooms. Has a humidifier, turbine j You" Pay Xo More For The Best i type blower with electric motor, j So why not use the best For the thermostatic control, draft adjus- ; best in moving call tor. arid completely automatic. I MEADOWS VAN SERVICE Burns kerosene or No. 2 Fuel j Phone 677 Weekly trips to Balti- cowrse Weil Brothers j more and Washington, you of a supply. ; BROTHERS, Frederick, rId. class Grace Evangelical and Reformed a s i n "nay. principal accent on third Church school, will hold their annual picnic. Sunday. July 25, at Hagerstown park, leaving Freder-. by bus at 3 p. m. Decision to syllable, Often misspelled: Fatigue; ob- j The Mountain Theater Braddock Heights, presents Synonyms: Motion, move, move- hold the picnic, highlighted the j rnent act. action, process, passage, regular monthly meeting of the transit, tiansition. serve the tigue, pronounced teeg. i "The Man Who Came *o Dinner" ; ^Tmr^TTTTT**tc i - A.Tnf?/"»r» ·mrt^-a -mrt--.!^. I \ \ l i f l class. " held Wednesday at the church with Vice-president Mrs. Fred Stockman presiding. Participating in the class meeting were 12 members and two f "f S if'. ° evot - ol ? a ] exercises were O r strength: weakness. (Accent first led by the presiding officer, Mrs. Amy Hoffman and Mrs. Day. Next meeting of the group \vill be August 4, 8 p. m. at the church. t MARKET PRICES Wheat, bu. S 2.15 Barley, bu ,, $ 1.32 Corn, bbl S11.30 Word study: "Use a word three I times and it is yours.'' Let us itv crease our vocabulary by mastering one word each day. Today's word: Impotence; a lack of power syllable^. "He who gives himself airs of importance exhibits the credentials of impotence."--Lavater. One kind of African bird, ihe Social Weaver, makes a communal nest of grass larger than an office desk. :h Amos Karper and Kathryn Eames TONIGHT AT 3.30 D.S.T. Reservations at The Smoke Shop, 52 N. Market Street Phone 2323 1029-M or Braddock 3921 ] Salvage | Highest market prices for Waste j Paper. Rags. Metals. Iron. Tires. ! Hides. Greases. e!a For Sale: I Beams. Angles. Cban- .ne' 1 iron. Reconditioned Pipe. etc. FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY. 310 Chapel Alley Phone 383 Frederick. Md. Frank Gastley Sons Before The Show Have Dinner at SCKLEY INN Phone 2711 /or Reservations Spinet--Pianos Shipment arrived, are greatest value for money. Several used pianos reasonable. THE PIANO SHOP 4th and N. Market-Street FOR SALE -- CALORIC PIPELESS EC THE M TION COMPANY ACQUIRE .·= STOCK POWER TIONAL CAPITAL STOCK SOUTH PENN POWER COMPANY BEFORE THE PUSLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ] the"rental apartments will first be of- for S! Xmas cards. Also with name Fn$~^\f~ir~ -iR \rrRf-TrRY J nK OF MARYLAND i fered for sale. This bid -will then be on 50 and 23 for S!. Napkins, coast- ^d^o hca-er low ^lear-e. L»e CASE NO. 4942 · reser-.-ed and the halar.ce of the tract crs. stationery and con^pSete 3-p.e re w Sc'I t-fde"" te4^s v'^Ge^"Sna^k The above mentioned petition hav- V :1I bs offered- This bid a!so will be Costs noihins in :ry. Serrd for sam- B^' «-"-«-. ie.j.^. -^^ee.^o^w_^ insr been received and filed. :t is. this reserved and the er.tire tract, together p;e; and sellina pi; 14th day cf Ju!v. 1943. bv the Public : with the apartmsnt dv.-eliinc and the Jewe:. ;2J7 Market Service Cornmission of M'aryland. f;jrnishir:ss" of the rented apartments Philadelphia 7. Pa. ORDERED. That the same be. ar.d -a-iiS then be offered. All sales are CKANC*" FOp'xG'^E'SsiV 1 - YOfNf ?OK SALE--HOUSE ON WHEELS. 27 it is hereby, set for hearins at the . subject to existing dedications for ,J, a " n " o txJU"-.^ co^-'e'-^d v-=-+\i a f! - National trailer, ir.e-w). Gas office of the Commission. Baltimore, streets, if any. leadinTM rubbc-"co We ^c-- : ha-e ooei s ' ove - electric Refrigerator and -water Maryland on Wednesday. July 21st. At the cor.c!uf:on of the above sale, j^g ;,,"" o -- J,-,-;TM ^r«." .-,,". n 'ai'~ heater. Sieeps 4. Trade, terms, or - - -- - - ·'··'!. °". «"--ce -e^.. _.a. o..ers MjJ McGce. Snack Bar. 7-l2d5f S:.. s-.ppr Dcpt. 64. FOR SALE -- 1 YEAR OLD MALE Dalmatian. Phone 1227. 7-12d4t 1943. at 10:15 o'clock. A. SI. Frank Harper Secretar- 'SEAL OF THF. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF MARYLAND) 7-15dlt pose of considering approval of Pre-'- posit of S2.00O.OO ' j Court. WANTED -- MARRIED MAN AND ... , .. _ _ . , , i A deposit of Sl.OOO.OO on the *a!e · wife for small dair-. Prefer o!der ! _,i" e i.- 1 *- c : - r ?"L'i ana nearer. Apply j o f the apartrr.CT-.t d-.vellinc ar.d the couple. SIOO per mof.ih. house and 318 F. Fabrics St. Appiy a l t e r s p.^m. I lots mcntior-.ed above wsil rc required. ' usual a;:o'.vnnces. Write Frederick ___ j-iOa6«. 7-I3d3t FOR SALE -- A GOOD SEASONED "e body ·n.-ith racks 6 ft, long. 1 ft. 10-in. %vide. a eate on back. A. B. Veirs. Rockville, Md. Rockx-illc 7-10d6t NOTICE--CITY PLANNING This is to give publir notice that the and ;n case of sn^c in manner a Nrvrs-post Box 12:2. I wjii be required. HELP WANTED--CARPENTERS. AP- ; ; 7 7g. made on the dav~of ' D 'v . Lmcanore Filtration Plant. · -.-A jmpliancc with the ' A!lied_Contrac;ors. 7 : ;2J Atl_ : -^r For "Certified" Insulation and Eagle- Picher Aluminum Storm Windows liminary Subdivis-in Plat for the de-! all deposits to be made on the day o: .''.'-' i-"*«"-= r """""J 1 fl" 1 ." 1 ( pofi SALE -- REPAIRED GEN*TRA- veiopment of a tract of land owned i sale to insure compliance with the : o_-i!? rt _ t i°?i r ' 4Cl ^lS: i-i2dot i w starters Blair's. 222 W South by Richard F. Kline lying cast of : terms of sale. , HELP WANTED--MALE. SALESMEN : st Phone 1346-M 7-9d30f East Street and north of East Fourth j AH taxes, water rent, and other; .-2i -with car to train locally f o r Street, it being bounded as follows: i charges \«i* be prorated to the day \ permanent position -vi:h large manu- . On the west and north by the prop- | of sale ai,! all costs of conveyancing, i facturing concern. Will consider in- ,, - .- erty of Walter J. Powell, on ^he east, including State and Federal Revenue ; experience men who are willing work-; "^.""^r;;."- by the property of Richard F. Kline j Stamps will be paid by the purchaser j ers. Men accepted will the south by East Fourth or purchasers. ' direct supervision of sa and on Street. Extended. by Preliminary work under . , ~ CA ' dletown. Md. Phone r - . P«PP'?s. 3i showing the proposed subdivision Is on file in the City Engineer's Office and may be viewed at any time during regular business hours All objectors to the proposed plan purchasers. j direct supervision of sale-? manager, i FOR SALE--NEW MACHINERY. IM- Arrangements for inspection of the · N'o canvassing. Learning while train- j mediate delivery. 10-ft. Case power premises prior to the day of sale and l i r e . SfiO weekly. For nersonnl inter-i binder. Blizzard-ensilage cutters. Case for information concerning the per · v ew write Frederick News-Post Box S p tractor, disc harrows. 4-caii milk sonal property in the several apart- '001. ments pa^sins w i t h the property may W ANTED--EXPERIENCED~OOOK~TO be made by cont-'jctini; the under- rii;iicr( riiuiuiiiiiiii oL.iiii ··inuo'rs ^*n uuje-ciuis to 4111- inui»«i?,ni pim tj^ infill.- us ^iui(..]i.i»ii»; mv tun*, i- i take* complete chi-ct? of V'itcht^n and Doors see II J Kester Dhone ^division should present fheir ob- signed at 16 South Market Street, j F ,, (i ' d ss i.,V v A pplv Tie- KZ I -?lfi F Thirrf St Fr^rfrfc ' J ccllons at the public hearing as pro- j Frederick, Maryland, telephone 1 9 2 « - | Tok Restaurant. 74 S.'Market Street. .·J.l^-d. ^ l b t. inirfl cU, tredertCK. v idcd by City Ordinance. W. 6-ifirt'f X.T^ TT-T51?'r^T?T»T^^T.' r»Tt*x^ nT A TV-^TTX?^' TTTTT TT XTT-X'TM TSVmmT 1 A W W v i Md. FREDERICK HOMES INSULATING COMPANY FREDERICK CITY PLANNING COMMISSION G. Hunter Bowers. Chairman. PHILIP REBEHT. Executor. Robert E. Clapp. .Tr, Attorney. COMMERCIAL PRIlSlTING THK NKWF OV7ICE cooler. Cobey low-down wagons. Case low-down wagons, 2 new Jeeps, manure spreaders. ·!-bottom Cas* plow, corn planters, cement mixers. ham-nermills. tractor woodsaws. power corn shellers. New Holland baler twine, also used Ford truck. Lot of other machinery. Guy C. Klme. Myersville, Maryland. Phon« ^" ' fSPAPEJRI

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