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Frederick, Maryland
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DEATHS JOHN E. FRY John Eli Fry, 72, at Thurmont, died this morning at the Waynesboro Hospital, Waynesboro, Pa., following a. three week illness. A son of the late Eli and Anna Stauffer Fry, he had been an employe of the Frick Company in Waynesboro lor a number of years and he also operated a fruit farm north of Thunnont He was a member of the KXF Lodge of Thurmont and the Rebekah Lodge of Thur- Surviving' him are five sisters, Miss Maude Fry, Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Rose Lantz, Thurmont; Mrs. Grace Colliflower, Frederick; Mrs. Viola Stambaugh, Taneytown; Mrs. Florence Pryor, Highfield, and a number of nieces and nephews. The body is at the Creager Funeral Home in Thurmont where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Services will be conducted from the funeral home Monday at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. Ivan G. Naugle. Interment will be in the United Brethren Cemetery, Thurmont. HARLES M. FRITZ Charles M. Fritz, 66, of Union Bridge, died Friday at York iospital after an illness of two weeks. He was born hi Frederick County a son of the late Exra and Mary Elizabeth Smith ~itz. He was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church at Rocky Hill. Survivors' include his wife, Mrs. Violet Smith Fritz;'seven isters, Mrs. John Blumenauer Frederick, Mrs. Maynard ipps of Frederick, Mrs. Roand Harbaugh, Mrs. George Alen, and Mrs. Norman Harbaugh, all of New Midway, Mrs. John Jaugher and Mrs. Annie Rippeon, both of Libertytown; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Barton Funeral Home in Walkers- rille after 10 a.m. Sunday. Fun- ral services will be held at the funeral home Monday at 10 a.m. The Rev. Eugene A. Gardner, pastor of the Grace Luthran Church at Rocky Hill will officiate. Interment will be in the Rocky Hill Cemetery. WALLACE W. Y1NGUNG Wallace Walter Yingling, 68, husband of Mrs. Estella Essig Yingling, died late Friday night at his residence 321 East Baltimore St., Taneytown. He was the son of the late Benjamin and Sarah Zenta Yingling and was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church of Taneytown. A well-known insurance salesman in the Taneytown area, he had been associated with the North American Life Insurance Company for 25 years before his retirement. Surviving besides his wife are three brothers, Charles, Paul and Lloyd Yingling, all of Hanover, Pa. Private funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the C.O. Fuss and Son Funeral Home in Taneytown by the Rev. Maurice Arsenault and the Rev. Eugene Acker man. Interment will be in the Lutheran Cemetery, Taneytown, The family requests that flowers be ommited. MRS. J.D. VAN WESTENBERG Mrs. Jollen D. Van Westenberg, 41, wife of Martin J. Van Westenberg of Middletown, died Saturday morning at the Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was a daughter of Martin and Josephine Lowe Miller of West Virginia. She had been employed as a telephone operator md was presently union repre- entative for,the CP Telephone Co. in Frederick. Besides her husband she is survived by two sons, Martin H. Van Westenberg with the U.S. Army at Camp Pickett, Va., Danel J. Poyner at home, one daughter, Rebecca Jane Van Westen- erg, at home, three sisters, Mrs. Dorothea Dodge, California, Mrs. Winifred Mustoe, Rupert W. Va., Mrs. Geraldine Wilton, Fort Salerno, Fla., four brothers, Martin, Arthur, Chares and Warden Miller, all of Washington State. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Gladhill Funeral Home in Middletown. ARNOLD MELV1N WILLIAMS Arnold Melvin Williams, 43, died Wednesday in Vallejo, Calif. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Carmen Williams; his father, and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly P. Williams of Dickerson; three daughters, Linda Williams, Tamey Williams, and Vernida Jean Williams of Iowa; four step-children; one grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Ralph Wynne of Foolesville, and Mrs. Otis Hubble of Derwood; and a brother, Kelley O. Williams of Clarksburg. . Friends may "call at the Hilton Funeral Home in Barnesville today and Sunday from 24 and 7-9 p.m. Services will be held at the funeral home, Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Hayden L. Sparks will officiate. Interment will be in the Monocacy Cemetery in Beallsville. EDWARD H. STORY Edward H, Story, 78, died Friday at his home in Silver Spring. He was a cashier at the Lincoln National Bank for many years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary W. Story; a daughter, Mrs. Frances Butler, Braine- tree, Mass.; a son, Edward H. Story Jr. of Canandaiga, N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Taylor E. Darby of Arlington, Va.; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Robert A. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 7557 Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, today from 7-9 p.m. am on Sunday at the Hilton Funeral Home in Barnesville from 7-9 p.m. Graveside services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at Monocacy Cemetery in Beallsville. The Rev. Ron Heister will officiate. OSCAR C. SMITH Oscar Clifford Smith, husband of Margaret Stockman Smith, a well-known retired farmer in the Jefferson area, died Friday at Frederick Memorial Hospital. Born hi Middletown Valley on March 25, 1900, he was the son of the late Clifford and Rebecca Rice Smith. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Margaret Stockman Smith; one son, 0. Clayton Smith of Jefferson; one daughter, Mrs. Malcolm Loy of Jefferson; three brothers, Homer L. Smith, Jefferson, Guy V. Smith, and Maurice Smith of Petersville; three sisters, Mrs. Leo Steiner, Jefferson, Mrs. William Buchanan Ijamsville, and Mrs. Harry Wolfe of Knoxville; eight grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Mr. Smith was a member of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Jefferson, the Men's Bible Class and a member of the Jr. O.U.A.M of Jefferson. Friends may call at the M. R Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., today and Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. Funera services will be held at the funeral home, Monday at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. George W. Fitch his pastor, will officiate. Inter meat will be in the Lutheran Cemetery in Jefferson. YMCA'BAKE SALE TODAY The Frederick County YMCA Youth Council will hold a bak sale today in front of Melar Jewelers. The sale If to benefi the council's community servic projects. Miss Linda See is president of the youth leadershl organization made up of YMC members. kwSPAPERflRCHIVE®-. Resolutions Ready. For Eastern Synod Of Moravian Church FUNERALS GEORGE E. COOK Funeral services for George I. Cook of RFD 2, Mt. Airy, who died Tuesday were held at ,he Waltz Funeral Home in Winfield Friday at 11 a.m. The Rev. Luther Brown, pastor of he Sugar Loaf Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Moses Ellis, Welton Dorsey, Bradley Thomas, Millard Johnson, James (eyes, and Pryor Hopkins. In- erment was in Mt. Zion Cemetery near Mt. Airy. Over seventy resolutions on thirty-one specific matters have been proposed for consideration at the synod meeting of the Eastern District of the Moravian Church, according to the Rev. Edwin A. Sawyer, Bethlehem, Pa., district president. The synod will convene at Lititz, Pa* at 2:30 p.m., Thursday, June 11. and is slated to adjourn after 2:00 pjn, on Sunday, June 14. Sessions will be held in the sanctuary and Christian education building of the Lititz Moravian Church, with the delegates to be housed in the dormitory of Linden Hall School for Girls. Nearly 250 lay and clergy delegates are expected to register for the synod from the 58 congregations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and Indiana. A final packet of proposed resolutions was mailed from the district office in Bethlehem yesterday (June 2) to alert the delegates about legislative matters that will call for decision. Individuals and groups from throughout the district have proposed resolutions for consideration by the legislative body of synod. These resolutions will be referred to the eight committees of synod for refining, rephrasing, rejecting or submitting to the plenary sessions. New resolutions may be proposed by the committees or dele- gtites at synod. The committees of synod will be on the ministry of the local church, Christian education, finance, youth ministry, church am society, ministry to adults and aging, church extension and specialized ministries, and district government. Many of the proposed resolutions deal with social concerns of the church in such matters as patriotism, conscientious objection, a proposed Moravian Peace Fellowship, and the strengthening of the church's urban ministry. One resolution calls for atwo- year moratorium on the usua form of church extension am new building, with the district's emphasis to be placed on a supporting ministry to existing churches facing emergencies. Clever cooperation has also been called for between the district Christian Education Commission and the Camp Hope Board of Trustees in an expanding camp program at the church's camp (·rounds near Hope, N. J* Another resolution calls for the development of a retreat center at Camp Hope, or elsewhere, to meet adult Christian education needs. The Eastern District Executive Board has proposed a $300,000 capital funds campaign to be launched with completion no later than 1975. The resolution suggests that the funds be equally divided with $100,000 each to Moravian Manors, Inc., to the district's Sixth Century Fund and to areas of social need, current or capital. Moravian Manors, Inc., is a board that administers the two homes for the aged in the district at Easton and York, Pa. Other resolutions call for consideration of similar home's for the elderly in Ohio and in the New York metropolitan area. New proposals have also been made concerning the election of the District Executive Board, asking for assurance that the the terms of office shall not expire simultaneously, that mere be a tenure of office for all members of the board, and that consideration be given to increasing the size of the board. The five-man District Executive Board is scheduled to be elected at this district synod, including the district president. The Rev. Dr. Edward A. Sawyer, who has held the office of district president for two terms, has accepted the position of head of the proposed Moravian Academy which will unite the church's two secondary schools of Moravian Preparatory School and Moravian Seminary for Girls, Bethlehem. Elections for the district board are held without nomination, with a two-thirds majority required for the elction of a district president. Nominations have been made by a nominating committee for numerous other district andpro- vincial level positions that come vacant at this synod. Among The Sick Recent admissions to the Vin- dobona Nursing Home were Mr. Arthur Hoffman, Frederick; Mrs. Murdie Moser, Boonsboro; Mr. Jim Mottern, Jefferson; Mrs. Adelaide Stover, Gettysburg, Pa.; Mrs. Nettie Howard, Buckeystown, and Mr.. Elijah Fry, Adamstown. John F. Ropp of Rt 8, Edgewood Church Rd., is a medical patient at Frederick Memorial Iospital. His condition is improved though he is allowed no visitors. Baughman's Lane Opens City Engineer Robert Rothenhoefer announced the reopening of Baughman's Lane Friday afternoon. The road underwent complete reconstruction from Shookstown Road to U. S. Rt. 40. The road has been closed since early September, in order for contractors R. F. Kline, Inc. to complete the $200,000 project. LOCAL MENTIONS Annual Auction DAMASCUS FIRE DEPARTMENT 11 A. M., June 27 Carnival Grounds, Lewis Drive PILOT One or two partners to buy high speed single engine bird. Phone 662-5429. Strawberry Festival PROSPECT U. M. CHURCH Nr. Mt. Airy, Md. Sat., June 13, 4-10 p. m. THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Satartay. Jw* «, 1*» Paft A-5 LOCAL MENTIONS Annual Supper Fried Chicken Country Ham June 20, 1970 FIRE HALL--New Market, Md. New Market Vol. Fire Co. Dessert Included--Fancy Table No Carry-Outs Adults $2.25 Children $1.00 Public Sale Sat., June 13, 1970--10 A. M., 12 miles East of Frederick, 2 mi. South of Rt. 40 on Kemptown- Barthlows Rd., Ige. amount of household goods, dishes, antiques, etc. See Ige. ad June 9 and 12. MRS. HOWARD HILLERY Maurice Mount, Auctioneer Glenn Browning, Clerk Geisbert-Rarasburg Reunion ROCKY RIDGE PARK June 21, 1970 Ladies' Auxiliary FOE Nomination Election For Vacant Officer's Chair Plus Installation of Officers MONDAY, JUNE 8-8 P. M. Dorothy L. Phillips, Secretary Card of Thanks To the hospital personnel of 2YS, Doctors Pilgrim and Culler and Miss Wilhide, all my relatives and friends for their visits, cards, flowers and gifts while was a surgical patient there. Thank you for your thoughtfulness. MRS. PAUL KNOTT LOCAL MENTIONS Keller it Son Home Improvement Service Free Estimates on Any Kind of Job Phone 662-6182 or 662-3127 300 W. Patrick St. McLAIN HOME IMPROVEMENT Carpentry, Remodeling, Hoofing, etc. Free Estimates Phone 8454643 Annual Strawherrv Festival DICKERSON METHODIST CHURCH Saturday, June 6, 5 p. m. until ? Pootesville Band Cold Platter $1.00 Fried Chicken Fried Ham Supper Family Style Saturday, June 13--3 p. m. MT. ZION (HAUGH'S) LUTHERAN CHURCH Ladiesburg Adults $2.00, Children under 10, 75c Carry-outs 25c extra LOCAL MENTIONS Antique Consignment Sh«p Pootesville, Md. Rt. 107 2 man dough tray, barrels, milk cans, China, glass, furniture, copper brass and iron items. Consignments needed. Open Saturdays and Sundays and by appointment. MRS. COOK, 301-349-5190 Plants For Sale Chester L. Grove 103 E. 8th. St. VEGETABLES FLOWERS Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB, SR. 473-8218 Office of Mildred A. Cherry ELECTROLOGIST will be closed June 5 to 10 Knapp Shoes Farm Shoes Shoes Casual Wear On Sale This Month RUDY HAMILTON Walkersville 845-8145 for GEORGE E. GARTRELL Funeral services for George E. Gartrell, of near Taneytown, who died during the past week were held Thursday at 2 p.m. from the Elias Lutheran Church in Emmitsburg. The Rev. Ronald Fearer officiated. Interment was in Keysville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Frank, John, George and Jack Rippeon, Ralph Strine and Claude Forney. C.O. Fuss and Son Funeral Home in Taneytown was in charge of arrangements. ADAM J. KLEIN JR. Funeral services for Adam J. Klein Sr. of Taneytown, who. died during the past week were held at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Taneytown Friday morning. Interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Mark Sanders, Samuel Cool, Theodore Hill, James Small, Joseph Schaum and Jerome Single. C.O. Fuss and Son Funeral Home, Taneytown, was in charge of arrangements. Memorial 'Kid's Krusade' To Be Held At Nazarene Church The Church of the Nazarene on W. Seventh Street will be sponsoring a "Kid's Krusade" June 9-14 in Memory of "Chip" Retter who was fatally injured on February 14,1970. Miss Gloria Files and Miss Dorothy Adams, nationally known youth workers will be conducting ·the "Krusade." The program will begin each evening at 7:00 JAMES E. BAUBLFTZ Funeral services for James E. Baublitz of RFD 2, Sykesville, who died early Tuesday morning at University Hospital in Baltimore, were held at the late residence near Sykesville Friday at 2 pjn. The Rev. Eugene R. Alexander, pastor of the Barrett, Lutheran Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Roby Barnes, Noble Poole, Jacob Long, Carl Baker, George Trout, and Richard Ward. Interment was in Kriders Cemetery near Westminster. The Waltz Funeral Home in Winfield was in charge of arrangements. DAVID LEE GAVER Funeral services for David Lee Gaver who died Tuesday at his home, RFD 1, Myersville, were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Bittle Funeral Home in Myersville. The Rev. C. Basil Grossnickle officiated assisted by the Rev. Clyde E. Hylton. Pallbearers were the following classmates: Wayne Fisher, Ronald Barkdoll. William Grossnickle, Randy Grossnickle, Harold Laatherman and Gene Leatherman. Interment was in the Grossnickle Church of the Brethren Cemetery. ACCIDENTS (Continued From Page One) Spring was charged by State Police with operating an unsafe motor vehicle after her car struck a guard rail on 1-70 at Urbana. Police siad the rear tire blew out, causing the car to go out of control and leave the highway. No injury was reported and damage was estimated at $500. City police reported a two-car collision on South Market St. and W. Patrick St. at 10:20 p.m. Friday, involving minor injury to two passengers. Ronald McKinley Heerd of Monroe Ave. was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after his car struck the rear of a vehicle which had slowed in front of him. The other car, operated by Kenneth Gene Futman of Union Bridge, received damages of $250. Passengers in the Heerd car, Vickey Himes and Roger Himes of Frederick, received minor injuries police said. Both were transported to Frederick Memorial Hospital where they wers treated for lacerations and released. State Police reported that details of other accidents occuring Friday night would be available by late Saturday afternnoon, because of the unusually heavy number of accidents and resulting paper work. and will end at 8:30. Ages begin at three years. There is no limit. Young children should be accompanied by parents. Admission will e by free tickets which are available by calling 3-6271 or 33282. The program will include the 'Fabulous Four", "Goldie," the special soloist, puppets drama- ized stories, flannelgraph stories, surprises and prizes, songs and choruses, and many, many things that boys and girls will like. The Sunday programs will be at 9:45 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The Sunday morning program will include "The Forevers", a teen male quartet from Altoona, Penna. The entire week is planned for the interest of young people. Abortion Costs Mrs. Nancy Timlin of the Marj-' land Planned Parenthood Association has requested clarification of her remarks concerning abortion costs at a meeti-y -«f the Frederick County Planned Parenthood steering committee Wednesday night. Total costs for an abortion, including the required psychiatric examination, surgeon's fees, and hospital expenses, customarily run between $500 and $800- a cost still prohibitive for those people least able to. afford unwanted children. Personals L. Cpl. Douglas K. Wetzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wetzel Jr., Frederick, was promoted to his present rank while serving with the First Marine Division in Vietnam. . " Mr. Clark N. Hopson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Hopson, Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge, N. J., became a doctor of medicine today at Cornell University Medical College in New York City. He will spend the next year serving as an intern at The New York Hospital-- Cornell Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Hopson is a graduate of Clifford Scott High School, East Orange, N. J., and Brown University. He is married to the former Jane Potter Ruwet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ruwet, Crestview Court, Frederick. Miss Anne Winuner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Winuner, and a junior at Salisbury State College, Salisbury, has been named to the Dean's list. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Boyer and son Austin, of Keedysville, have returned to their home after visiting their son and brother in Indiana, Mich. Miss Candace Gove, Peace and Plenty Farm, New Market, is graduating today from the University of Denver, Denver, Colo. Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me. GERALD R. BOWIE 110 W. All Saints Street Frederick, Md. Carnival MT. PLEASANT RURITAN June 6 Thru 13, 1970 Parade -- Wednesday, 7 P. M. Help Wanted MAN OR WOMAN for Restaurant Help Short Order Cook For General Work 42-hr, week No Sunday work Apply in Person WHITE COTTAGE INN Rt. No. 15, Frederick, Md. Braddock Phones Out An accidentally severed underground power cable left 2,~ 200 Braddock Heights area residents without telephone service at about 5 p.m. Friday. The cable, a 1,500 pair conduit, was cut through by a contractor working on the telephone line at Maryland Avenue and Ridge Road in Braddock Heights. Telephone crews worked through the night restoring power to the affected areas of Braddock Heights, Eastview, Feagaville and Shcokstown Road. The company put emergency mobile units at the community center at Eastview and at the fireball in Jefferson to transmit emergency calls last night. Carl Weakley, manager of the telephone company,' said that all available crews were out yesterday to restore service and that work on the cable would continue today until the damage was repaired. IN MiMORIAM In Memoriam STALEY--In loving memory of my dear sister, Lenora, who passed away, June 7, 1965. Five years have passed since that sad day When the one I loved was called away, God took her home--it was His will; Within my heart she liveth still LOVING SISTER, ESTA In Memoriam STOCKMAN--In loving memory of the birthday of our dear departed Grandfather, Millard C Stockman.--June 6. Memories are treasures, N6 one can steal, Death leaves heartaches, Nothing can heal, Some have forgotten now, That you have gone, But we shall remember, No matter how long, Unknown to the world, You stand by our side and whi: per, My loved one, Death cannot divide. MARY, DICK AND DICKIE FURNITURE AUCTION Every Wed., 6:30 P. M. rear 238 W. 5th St., Ponton's Community Sale. This week: new L. R. suite, riding mower, other mowers, stoves, oil heater, picnic sets, auto, washer, good; other washers, air-conditioners, 6x12 tractor tires, bedding, beds, B. R. suite, chairs, T.V., D.R able, office desk, sm. desk, child's desk, chests, men's golf clubs, good; 1 H. P. outboard, adding machines, fans, chaise ounge, bunk beds, gasoline en- jines, elec. motor, battery charger, sm. al. ext. ladder, china closet, cab. sink, round oak table, mimeograph machine, good; chest freezer, other large, ots of small. Open daily, truck available. NEW USED for private sale. Refrigerators, police receiver. Welcome to CASTLE FARMS Now Open For 1970 Season Saturday Sunday 11 A. M. to 7 P. M. Ice Cream Is Creamier Butter Is Just As Good Chicken Is Larger But Supply Limited For Chicken Orders Please Call 447-6233 From 9 in the morning until 6 at night See You This Week at CASTLE FARMS on the Monocacy River at Sixes Bridge between Detour Emmitsburg Used Plumbing Heating Material Furnaces, oil burners, oil tanks, water heaters, 1 5-ton Traine air conditioner--excellent condi- ion, bathroom fixtures, pipe, valves, etc. Weil Bros., 55 Hamilton Avenue. Family Nights Saturday Nights At 8 Braddock Heights Fire Hall Ducky's Elsie's Rest. Main Street, Woodsboro, Md. Special for Sun., June 7th Pork Chops, Baked Ham Fried Chicken, Sirloiner Steak Fried Oysters, Crab Cakes Fried Shrimp, Hamburg Steak Price $1.25 T-Bone Steak $3.00 Country Ham $2.00 Lucky Number was 26894 FIDELITY Building Loan Association with offices in the Fredericktown Bank and Trust Company Accepting Applications For Shares, Series 56 Opening July 4, 1970 Accounts Insured up to $30,000 Substantial Extra Dividends paid past six years Mortgage Loans Available To Share Holders Robert B. Eisenhauer Sec.-Treasurer Phone 662-8231 Notice Any person trespassing on my property between Charlotte Stull and George Tribby will be dealt with according to law. GEORGE C. KLINE Watch for Grand Opening ELDER'S ANTIQUES June 14, 1970 Strawberry Festival Saturday, June 13th--7 P. M. United Civic Association. Shookstown Games--Rides--Food SNOWBALLS 15 cents 20 cents 700 W. Patrick Street Frederick, Md. Open 6 to 10 P. M. weekdays l to 10 P. M. week-ends City Health Dept. Approved Trasfli Removal and LIGHT HAULING Phone 662-4519 after 5:00 p. m. Frederick, Maryland Crabs Fri. Sat. Hot Steamed Crabs Hot Steamed Shrimp Crab Soup Crab Cakes Soft Shell Crab Sandwich Sunday Special Crab Imperial HAMILTON'S MT. REST. 2 Miles West of Frederick On Rt. 40 Fried Chicken Country Ham Supper Corn Fritters Dessert Family Style June 20, 1970 2 p. m. until? Adults $2.00, Children 6 to 12 $1.00, Under 6, Free ARABY METHODIST CHURCH Family Night EVERY SATURDAY, 8 P. M. Yellow Springs Lions Community Hall Carpet Remnants 50% to 75% off regular price Many smaller pieces of Carpet Already Bound, excellent for door mats, small area Rugs, etc. KING FLOOR SERVICE, 712 East St., Frederick, Maryland INC. Carpet Binding Machine Sewn While You Wait or Call for pick up and delivery KING FLOOR SERVICE, INC. 663-4108 Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me. LESLIE M. BRIGGS Route No. 1, Box 22 Germantown, Md. The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kmklings For The Month of June End Of Newsprint Rolls Ideal for picnic tables, Children's art projects, any place where large quantity of low cost paper is required. 32 inches wide by hundreds of feet long. Only lOc Per Pound FREDERICK NEWS-POST BUSINESS OFFICE 200 East Patrick Street Strawberry Festival Saturday, June 6th ROCKY HILL CH., NR. WOODSBORO Country Ham Other Sandwiches Home Made Soups Other Food Games Entertainment Music by Walkersville H. S. Band Food Served Rain or Shine Smorgasbord Sunday, June 14 Family Style At Libertytown Fire Hall Adults $2.00, Children $1.00 12-6 p. m. Bake Goods Novelty Table Henry's Blacktop Paving Free Estimates Cheerfully Given All Work Guaranteed Ph. 663-9738 RODGER'S Hard Shell Crabs Seafood Platters Pan Fried Chicken New York Strip Steak Rodger's, N. Market St.. Ext. 663-3903 Ray Plogger Professional Piano Technician Desires to get Clientele In Frederick Surrounding Area Over 25 yrs. Experience Including 8 yrs. Graduate Training Call CHARLES BAKER at 662-8187 after 5 p. m. 7th annual John Stine Reunion will be held at Husky Park, June 14. Bring basket lunch. Meeting at 11:30, eat at 12. Fried Chicken Country Ham Supper KEMPTOWN CHURCH HALL Saturday, June 13, 2-7 P. M. Adults, $2.00 Children under 12 yrs., $1.00 Carryouts 25 cents extra Chicken Barbecue Sunday, June 14 Starting 12 Noon Til ? At Jefferson Community Center Benefit JEFFERSON PIRE CO. All You Can Eat $2.00 Bake Sale Announcement We are pleased to announce that Linda Lake is now a member of our staff at the Beauty Boutique, Brunswick, Md. For appointment Call 834-8451. Strawberry Festival Carroll Manor Elem. School June 6, 6 to 9 p. m. Reed Ford New Service Dept. Hours Effective June 1 8--5:30Mon.-Fri. Closed Saturdays For Emergencies, Nights, Sundays and Holidays, See Reed Motor Co. under A.A.A. in directory. Are You In Need Of Additions--Garages or Carports? FREE ESTIMATES Phone 371-7113 FAST-GROWING AGGRESSlVf TIRE CHAIN has immediate opening for tire service man with truck tire experience. Must have driver's license. Good starting salary Paid vacation. Family hospital ization and other benefits. Apply Mr. Bartgis, MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE 36 East Patrick St. Phone 662-5931 Painting Carpentry LOW RATES Apply News-Post, Box 1808 Strawberries Pick Your Own in the Field or Buy Them at our Roadside Market CATOCTIN MOUNTAIN ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. 271-2737 1 mi. N. of Thurmont, Rt. 15 Open Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 3 Rms. New Furniture $288 Terms SHEPLEY'S 50 S. Market St. Open Every Night Til 9 Hy. Big Boy Tomato Plants Cabbage Plant Brussels Sprouts Cauliflower Plants Geraniums Scarlet Sage Peony Plants Shasta Daisy Candytuft Columbine MARGARET'S FLORISTS 328 W. Patrick St. Cool . . . Your Home This Summer With Central Air Conditioning CBS Electric Co. 663-5222 NOW ON SALE!!! THE WORLD IN 1969 Captured in one Volume. History as we lived it. 296 pages; 60 Color photos; Written by AP men and women the world over. $3.95 Plus Tax AVAILABLE AT: BUSINESS OFFICE FREDERICK NEWS-POST 200 E. Patrick Street Heating or Cooling . . . Your home should be insulated Blown Insulation Fiberglas CBS Insulating Co. 663-5222 Question Mark Hair Fashions For Summer ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 662-2471 Festival June 6, from 6 p. m. until MT. ZION METHODIST CHURCH at McKaig Music by Browningsville Band Lovely Mohawk Gold Sculptured Nylon Carpet $3.95 sq. yd. Also Mohawk Green Gold Acrylon Carpet $4.95 sq. yd. Up to 6 mos. to pay No Carrying Charge SHERWIN WILLIAMS 28 E. Patrick St. Grumman Canoe Special From May 28th to June 7th Free With Purchase of any Grumman Canoe 1 Pr. Paddles, Pair Ty-Downs and 1 Pair Cartop Carriers DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE 140 West Patrick St. Free Customer Parking ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL TEAMS See Us For Your Equipment Ai Special Low Prices Formerly Bartgis Zimmermai Is Closing Out All Sporting Goods At Low, Low Prices MERCHANT'S FIRESTONE STORE Formely Bartgis Zimmerman 36 E. Patrick St., Frederick, Md. Spring Fever for your new borne in the spring be sure to inspect Mea» dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiver Road a^ Shookstown. CROCKER LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9 x 12 Rugs -- Only $5.8 Open 'Til 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S -- 50 S. Market St. In Town FREDERICK GLASS SHOP 301 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Cessp.ols Septic Tanks Cleaned, Repaired Installed Day or Night Phone 473-8294 B W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Stitely's Upholstery Shop Upholstery Custom Drapes Free Pickup Delivery Thurmont, Md. -- 271-2590 Paper Hanging Woodrow (BUI) Anterson PHONE 663-5497 For Sate USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22tt" wide; 36" length .009 thick Sturdy, but flexSjle Printing on one side only $25c each - 5 for $100 $18.00 per hundred Apply Business Office Frederick News-Post 200 East Patrick St. 8 A- M. to 5 P. M. ·IWSPAPERI

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