The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 27, 1932 · Page 2
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 2

Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, May 27, 1932
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cro? ihroushsut all tec'.icn lar» ? perce--tsje c- , to be harrc-ired out and replas . l - ol the blaaae is placed on :he "Ut worse j Believed To Be Attacked By Some Plant Disease. as a"-er:iss the on?- | ccrr:. Ti» hesvr rains ; ago ec causei such ; oc the pla=»-i com ^ SSSiSEES RAINFALL BELOW _ until -.ix schedule of r -~ li/.vj.bUiUe* tae Weather B'ircai todav ==,- jrec*Il that the wtoter of 19J1-32 had i « ;ceaa ieaperatar* o! 45.3 degree*, i which ftt 9J degrees above the, nor- isaal. The average daily excess in t*3i- ipera:-~-e since las'. vaTiuary. 1 has sctr. alnxx". * degrees. "Thj does net necessarily aoean,' Mr. ..eeiii Mid. ---ha: we are in for ar.- other droatS, or for another - · v-v ·!f*'--^u: j --\ -t -- , -- Q r zyf cr - -I " J- ~\r- »ijv«»i^* ~J , .....~~ ~«^-:Weather Man Also Indicates*^£rJ\^"£" £; ^ -*"* ' """"*" . ; ·v^'** *_1T^ If'" 1 4V^*"S4E** SfO^'*^ iTiX? H^miii-. -- l=i .°?~- i Above Normal Temperatures. i^ "^ :he raifai: *iu t* ^ «.har. r cone...or. ; . · ;. o-.- -.~,*,~. · Gorsu.. r MUCH BAEEY PUT ODT ( . ^ . ^ - S -- , - - - .... . - _ ^ ; - saii. A coraiieraV-e iicreu* ir. 3ir.ey . ley i 1 ^ P O I N T S TO AVERAGES; Apprehension ii expressed -- vsr.-ei-J if-:"-i-tis :·- -h* ecus:?, r'.sb.y :ie r.c-r.r.*.-- -.1:1:11:- . over pros?«:s o: -.he ·»·.: i: crop. Farmers say :ha: :ie Tries: ir *e~ fields -s besir-cir.? K rjrr. ye:;?-* ani has ip?irf=:'.7 been sge rye ''--;-:i* a S'-'-'i c :: . . a* »"«« »» a'.h zay » r^s:. v'ser. olacie. r? :·;· exilic-:: . AS*-: H^-rr R. Sh-r-cziier sali Tr.-rs- cay --.vr.r^ :"i- ·*'--3: r^: --w-.d r.o-: ^i irar Mt. Pleamant Grange. ; The Mt. Pleasan'. Grange me: lajri j 3«y r.!gh', v.i:h a r.uzber c: - ··j--l-^-ar.!l..-.g llaVs :-orc?arativ«ly : a-.embers ar.d four v^si'.vrs yr?M-:it ; Ve- iirrr ^o far. John R. Weeks. The Master. Guy £ Eu-:kty v.-as i--i :::·.- »I "-. Mjr.-la:;i» ',\V-:;i-r Man. is confident ! chair. The grange cU;cid»i :o h'x«J t:: ": ·"ui- a -.·--.-=; vi.-- iuaiaier will verify a : ice cream and «rawberry festival i:. : "' : «-h'-u vi -i«:':x-r prooab:li:i« which i the hall on Weines!ay nigh:. June S | ?. he ^re^ire-d i«-v»ra. months ago. Thje · Ralph Cramer fas repor.ed to be c:i | 'r. 3-. p i--^'- ·.-. -rk--l . i t by nxeajru of cor- ;»re *icJc list. The follow-ing rv^jl-tlo:i : " -.-ds 'or Bjl:_T.ore since 1817, led hias j solved Ihat this grange is opjxiteil v. | n : : o dra» :.:r f-.llvw^g Vin;iiis:oriS: ; the proposed tariff of S3 per ih-xL^ni | ..'oi'oility Irorr. 114 yeans of feet on lumber, also ·.»» propo?«i ;:. ! ttet Mcawrial Da; eEti9(. fbos* ·»«». ·Ay cMeki. BBUCHEY'S P ^ m ^°^ »*ar*c Ara««e. £»»« *t F*trft**ad*. ·ad 49* W«t ·*·!· Sum*. rradcrick. MarytuU. SATE WOBK A SPEC1ALTI JAMES E. SOLT ::4ts WELDING or aix WOKK IN BRASS. BXONZE AND acMtta A*e. ·AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE· riRE THEFT r«OFEKTI DAMAGK UAB114TT HELFENSTEIN URNER :ha: was thf ^U :-.. i- a th* ground · -.·-«'e ··-·si ?lcr.:y J. e-r.i-xv tvr a g»-od rro~ n-:h f?.v.-rab cor.c;::or_« : cro- :iiis y««r. ir.i liVf it.-a7.-:err:« To Dbcuu Hoc Cholera. Orar.s* v 2. or 78 ; 0 f 4 percer.:. on au'joreobllw. 2 , -···" t»-:;: ::.i: i w::::sr v.i'.h rr.^arj t^m- i:rucks. 2 per cent, on accessories ar.i p = ·»ra:ure ·« e«{rrr-s or rr.ore above nor- 'on parj. of 5 cents a pound on c-r-ie j^ ··a - »··" L* fjllowei oy a sun:n:er w»:h ! rubber. 4 cents a gallon o:s lubricat- [~ : : ^a:: -.rn^*ra.-.^re ab-ive nonnal. · ir.g oil. and ;he tariff cf 2 1-^ ccr.'j . if/ i Summer Of ISM Retailed. i per gallon of gasoline." The f-illJ-.v-: h: I -The- pr«jhib-.:ity Iro.-n 11* years of jm.g literary program was then present- r-:-_j ''-v-,-r-i ;i: Balt:.T.-o're a i8 :o 16, or 69 fed under the direction of the lecture.-. sn{ - - - - - - -- ~.-.v. --lean i Mrs. Wm. T. Biser: jir^""« r ·· r-.\e'f '.-.-"· . dur-ig -.h-^se :4 isvi xear. :h- c:'- ;err:T.-: ixr-nwr. * b-rr. pi-r crr-p ars a fair vic'.d h* sa:i- Wr**.-. ?-:::ra:iy bfj^s :o h«d aiio-: ·-:·-* ?-·'- · J "«^- : ° ; Jur.e Hc3.vy rair^ snci :^- ,-:: ---rrr. «*em I-jiv-x ··-.-". :;; ccrr. b» - «,':-'« and ir:-;:i-:i :l-:a: ^ v.i:h siean temperawre i thr-jwmg rubber "vv-"e"-'··' '"··--"·* '·-· i d--':--i -:-r r;:or.- abo'.e r.ormai will ; thcni on a na:l. - u^l b-^in aT 6 30 b- :^io:^?c by a with rainfall ' Keiffer Main. noraial." ' '- vfts '*" n b V X!:ss Per::y ir.J.'cr. ; ri:i- Your Ship Comes In When you, the skipper, steer its course safely to the home port and happiness. This bank serves as a lighthouse to aid in avoiding shipwreck. Use its help--regularly by saving a little each week. THE FREDERICK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK XO. 1 XORTII MARKET STREET Where Banking is a Pleasure Ready! Kemp's Pre-Decoration Day Sale New $1O 1 \ V\ SECOND New! Summer HATS /« T^Tf/TE, Pa^cis, £/flcfe and Navy .98 Large amf Small Head Sizes! It's so easv to Snd the hat you want in KEMP'S HAT SHOP . . . it's easy because we alxays have a generous -;«*"ction of styles and hesdsizss. No douh-i you can find the hat you treat TODAY . . . at this LOW PRIGS. KEMP'S HAT SHOP--Second Floor KEMP'S STORE CLOSED-DECORATION DAY Girls Keep COOL In Wash Frocks Of SHEER Voiles, Dimities, Organdy, Dotted Swiss, Linen $100 Some Have Panties! Some Have Flop Hats! to 20--16* to 24*--36 to 50 ^ .,«: - ·'·f, iilf^ l ---.';; - -^^ ^V^ 1 125 Brand New Dresses WASHABLE Chalky Crepes and Canton Crepes! TYLES Capes and Jackets! Short Sleeve and Sleeveless! SHEER Chiffons, Georgettes WHITES! PASTELS! PRINTS or Smart Combinations! Ores STORE CLOSED MONDAY : DECORATION DAY In the Summer a girl needs plenty of sheer ^ wash frocks IJSe these . . . and mothers are g!2J to Sr.-d them at HSMP'S for only Sl.OO. Short sleeve, sleeveless and jacket styles. In sires 6 to 14. KEMP'S--Third Floor White Dresses n*l.98 s '-"fi' An* ^2.98 Saturday! Boys' Peter Pan ^07- WASH SUITS that you paid Sl.PO for "ist ysar. Bu:t-^7.-or. . p'.air. colors cr Gusrar.te?d fast colors. KEMP'S--Third Floor KEMP'S Store Closed--Decoration Day

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