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Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, September 7, 1967
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THE NEWS, Frederick. Maryland Thursday, September 7. 1967 Damascus Page A-9 Mrs. Luther Burke Correspondent 253-2539 New faculty members at Damascus High School are Richard Dumais - Assistant Principal; Lloyd Jordan - Counseler; Mrs. Mary Anderson - Home Arts; Mrs. Marietta Bos well - Girls Physical Education; James Dis- tefane - Math, Ray Engberson Science; Mrs. Sheryl Gordon Journalism and English; Harris Leonard - Occupation Preparation; Miss Judith Schauf - English; Miss Edith Townend-Art and Kenneth Wilson - Geography. The faculty for the Woodfield Elementary School will be as follows - Principal - Mrs. Marian Wright; Kindergarten - Mrs. Gayle Distefane; 1st grade Mrs. Zelma Cox and Miss Lynn Silverman; 2nd grade - Mrs. Evelyn Anderson and Mrs. Mary Napier; 3rd grade - Mrs. Oh"via Devilbiss and Miss Grace Woodfield; 4th grade - Miss Barbara Yobaggy; 5th grade - Joseph Kapusnick; 6th grade - Sidney Lewis. Also on the staff are Mrs. Mary Grigsby; Mrs. Julia Jones- Resource Teacher; Mrs. Dorothy Permenter - Librarian; Mrs. Ann Small - Art; Herbert Stithband; Mrs. Edith Gregg - Music; Mrs. Germaine Moone - French and Mrs. Margaret Miles - Reading St. Anne - Episcopal Chapel will return to regular winter hours on the tirst Sunday in September, with Holy Communion every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and Morning Prayer and Church School at 11 a.m. St. Anne's mid - week Holy Communion and Bible Class will begin again on September 6. The service begins at 9:30 a.m. and !he Bible Class at 10:15 a.m. The Northern Convocation met at St. Anne's on Tuesday, September 5 at 8 p.m. Representatives of each of the six Episcopal churches in the north- ern part of the county make up the Convocation which meets monthly. The Mabel Wagner Day Circle of the Damascus Methodist Church will meet on September 7 at 1 p.m. at the home of Miss Margaret Lentz. Beginning Sept. 10, the congregation of the Wesley Grove Church at Woodfield will hear a series of four sermons on Marriage as follows - September 10- The June Wedding and the July Wedding; September 17 - How to Have A Good Marriage; September 24 - Insuring Your M a r - riage Against Failure and Octo' her i - A" New Commitment. The Damascus Travel Club met on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. for a picnic supper at the home of Mr and Mrs. Harry Eyre. Jr. in Daisy. Eighty seven members and guests of The Damascus Travel Club went by two chartered buses on Wednesday.evening to the Charles Town Race Course in Charles Town, West Virginia where they had dinner in the Clubhouse Dining Room and viewed the nine races of the evening. The seventh race was named "The Damascus Travel Club Race". The Family Community Garden Club will meet on September 8 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marion Howes. Topic for the program will be "Outside. Inside, all Around the House" and the speaker will be Sam Steele. Teacher of Horticulture at Damascus High School. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, Hawkins Creamery Road are receiving congratulations on the birth of their third child jitd second son on August 25. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wetstein. Haney Avenue are receiving congratulations on the birth ef an 8 Ib. 14 oz. son. Alan Ar'.hur on August 26 at Suburban Hospital. Adolphus Clay io a j.a.iir.i . Montgomery General Hospital. Mrs. Sharon Gossard, Sweepstakes Road is a patient at Suburban Hospital. Mrs. Kinsey Plummer has returned home after being a patient at Suburban Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Hunter McCartney and family, Woodfield Road will move on Monday to Morgantown. West Virginia. Dr. Mc- Jartney has accepted a position as full Professor of Public Rela- jons in the School of Journalism at West Virginia University. The McCartneys will reside at 135 Waitman Street in Morgantown. Virginia Newell left on Monday to begin her studies at the University of New Mexico. | Larry Lamson will return this weekend to Frostburg State Coli -Pe for his second year of stu-1 dies. Pat Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hart, Corner Drive, has | enrolled as a Freshman at Bel- j mont Abbey College in North! Carolina. Kenneth Lreienmuth left on September 5 to return to the University of Kansas at Lawrence for his Junior year. Karl Freienmuth leaves on September 10 for Florida where he will study this year at the Florida Air Academy at Melbourne. A group from Damascus and the surrounding areas enjoyed a trip by bus to Montreal and Expo - 67 August 24-28. They hi:d a tour of Montreal and visited Ausable Chasm. Enroute home, they spent one night at the DeWitt Clinton Hotel in Albany, New York and on Monday visited Hyde Park and the Vanderbilt Mansion. Making th e trip were Mrs. Mary Virginia Dietz, Mrs. Raymond Kemp, Mrs. Dorcas Burdette, Mrs. Claudia Howard, Mrs. Marion Howes, Mrs. Teresa Kean, Mrs Julia Ma" Purdum, Mr. and Mrs. Ray i-ardum, Sharon Lynn and David, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mullinix, Miss Mary Lou Mullinix, Donald Leishear, Mr. and Mrs. Julian King, Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Phillips, Mrs. Gordon Duvall, Miss Joanne Duvall. Miss Mary Borleis. Miss Betty Lou Hindgartner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Woodfield, Mrs. Julia King, Miss Jackie Woodfield, Kinsey Flummer and Nancy Lee, Denise Bryan, and Mrs. Ruth Clary. Another trip to Expo is being planned for October 18. Anyone interested in going should contact Mrs. Mary Virginia Dietz. The annual Spring Reunion was held recently at the home of Earl Spring, near Clarksburg. Music was provided oy Orville Magers, John Seipp, Bernie Frenzel, Eddie Davis and Mrs. Robert Runkles. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Russel Spring, Miss Marjorie Spring, Mrs. Leo Nichols. Larry, Charlene. Bobby and Ritchie. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nichols Tommy and Brett. Mrs. Leo Nichols Jr. Greg, Tirn and Jeffrey, Mr and Mrs. Carson Ward, Mr. and Mrs. George Unglesbee. Steben. Sally and Sandy, Mr. and Mrs. Bille Conley and Michele. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conley and Jackie. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Kenna and Sue. Alan Kalons. Mr. - '\ \! ·-.. .J'),e;hu. ).-·. .'.:·. M and Mrs. Richael Monard, Terry and Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clay, Joey, Randy and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. David Windsor, Danny and Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hickman, Miss June Hartman, Lucille Loy, Louise Winter, Edmonia Thompson, Hickman Perre, Marty Kitts, Powell Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Magers and Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Frenzel, Bernie and Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. John Seipp and Sandy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runkles, Cindy and Candy, Eddie Davis and Miss Anna Mae Poole. Eighty one attended the Linthicum - Hillery Reunion held on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green. After lunch, the program was led by Mrs. Green, the President. Mrs. Mer-i ton Rhinecker was in charge of ] Devotions which included silent | prayer for two deceased members - Mrs. Nettie Wright and Robert Goad. Election of officers was held as follows - Pres- i ident Mrs. Merton Thinecker; Vice President - Mrs. Kenneth King and Secretary - Treasurer-; Mrs. Warren Schwab. Gifts were; presented to - Miss Muriie Lin- j thicum - oldest present - Mat-' thew Daymude, four month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day made - youngest present; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Howes - Most recently married; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dodson - largest family present - 20 members; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dodson of New Jersey - Traveling longest distance - 280 miles. Miss Betsy Aiken is expected to arrive back in the States this weekend after spending the summer in Japan on the Americans Abroad program where she lived with a Japanese family. Captain Jerry H. Hyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Hyatt returned to the United States this week after serving for a year in Viet Nam. Mrs. Paul Wagner, Missionary to India returned to the United States a month ago and after spending some time with her sons on the West Coast, is now visiting at the home of Ira Jones. Another son, Mark, who has jus; graduated from High School is now sightseeing in Europe and will return to the States in September in time to enter Earlham College in Richmond. Indiana. Daryus Malekout from London, England was an overnight guest of the Everett Jones family. Daryus is the younger brother of Dilnavaz Malekout of India who spent one summer in Damascus as guest of the Damascus Lions Club. The family has now moved from India to London where Mr. Malekout has opened an Import business. Dar- vus was in this country to visit Expo '67 and to sightsee from coast to coast. He was in Chicago for the Lions International Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Braun and Mr. and Mrs. Cramwell King left on Monday for a trip to New York and the St. Lawrence Seaway. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Senseney, Greg. Bob and Lenny and Miss Esther King enjoyed a trip to Florida where they visited relatives in St. Petersburg, visited the Cypress Gardens and , . . ·...» uays at Day tons Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shon and Mitchell drove to Memphis, Ten- j nesse« this week to attend the i wedding of their son, Airman Michael Shon to Miss Margaret, Ann Padgett of Memphis o n , Saturday, September 2 at 2 ; o'clock 'in the Chapel at the the Naval Air Station in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard King, Lisa and Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carey, Jan and Jackie are spending this week camping at Shad's Landing on the Eastern Shore. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones. Mary Beth and Stanley drove to Williamsport, Pennsylvania on Saturday where they attended the wedding of James Dodge. son of Mr. and Mrs Wesley Dodge to Miss Sandy Weigel. Mr. and Mrs. Druid A. Clodfelter, Judy and Ginger, Katie Tuckerman and Susie Dix have just returned from five days i-f vacationing in Ocean City. Mr. and Mrs. Oiu-id A. Clod- elter recently had as their house guest, their son, Sgt. Bob Clodfelter and Mrs. Clodfelter from Biloxi. Mississippi. Sgt. Clodfelter is stationed at Keesler Air Base. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sheely and family. Oak Drive have returned home from a two weeks camping trip. Denise and Yvonne Mediary flew to Chicago on Sunday where they are visiting their uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Case. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tuckerman, Kristine and Katie and Judy Clodfelter recently visited Expo '67. Judy and Katie then spent some time with Katie's grandmother and uncle and aunt in New Hampshire after which they flew home. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Richard. Gary and Linda spent last week camping near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howard are spending a few days at Bethany Beach. Also vacation- 1 ing there are Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Duvall, Billy and Dennis. E G . Jewell recently spent a weekend in California at a Stamp convention Mr and Mrs. Robert Snapp, Gary and Larry spent last week i vacationing on the Eastern i Shore. ' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shook, 1 Sandra and Kenneth spent the weekend in Philadelphia where they attended the wedding of a cousin. Sandra was in the wedding party, serving as a bridesmaid. Dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Hyatt were Mr. and Mrs Arthur Nicholson and Mrs. Jerry Williams Having dinner on Sunday wei e Mr. and Mrs Lindsay Browning, Dale and Doug, Miss Shirley Duvall, Mr. and Mrs. William Browning, Bill, Susan and Brenda, Mrs. Mary Browning, and Miss Paula Yost. The get together marked two events- the departure of Bill Browning on August 29 for three years service in the United States Trmy and the departure of Doug Browning for Frostburg State College where h e will begin his Freshman studies. Duane Grieve of Norris. Tennessee was a recent houseguest of the Richard Shooks. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jewell were Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jewell, Jr. and six daughters from Pittsburgh. Pa. Moxley Family To Meet Sunday The Nehemiah Moxley Clan, better known as the Tea Party ( ian, will meet Sunday at the j Montgomery Church grounds at Claggettsville, at the inter- I section of State Route 27 and 80 i lor their 18th annual reunion. There will be a service at 11 a.m. by Kev. Robert Bavender Basket lunch at 12 noon. Entertainment in afternoon by Browningsville Band, the oldest original band in existence n the State of Maryland and othiT special activities. It was on the 13th day of Oeto- iber 1774 a bngatine Peggy Ste! wart, loaded with tea s a i l e d into Severn River at Annapolis, Md. The ship belonged to Capt. Anthony Stewart, and v. a-. p ? med for his daughter. Peggy Stev. art. On Oct. 19th. 1774. Nehemiah Moxley along w i t h a band of loyal American citizens who wer* bitterlj opposed to the tax on tea, became greatly aroused .nd rushed over to Stewart's home with cards in their hats loading "Hang the Tory, tar .nd feather him". Anthony Stewart f i n a l l y appeared and attempted to defend himself, but the crowd paid no attention to his excuses. They demanded the ship and cargo be destroyed. He gave in and agreed to burn the ship. Down ta the Windmill Point he was Marched, followed by an angry mob. He was rowed over to the vessel and using torches and t a r . Stewart set fire to the Peggy Stewart and burned it to the vater's edge Nehemiah Moxley found it accessary to flee for his life front the hands of the British v h o were still in possession of .\nnapolis. He sought refuge in I ' a t o o t i n Mountains and later in upper Montgomery County and purchased a plantation at Clag- gtttsvilU- from .James Norwood and also acquired his wife Eli- /abeth Norwood, a daughter of James Norwood. The farm is still in the Moxley family. When Nehemiah Moxley died in the vear of 18:56 at the age of !,'.» years, the Baltimore American newspaper carried an obit u a r y in its issue of February 2't in:!6 It repeated that Nehemiah Moxley was present and ..ssisted with many others of his i'ellow citizens in destroying the tea at Annapolis Harbor during i he Revolutionary days. Real Estate Transfers Recorded The following land .transfers are listed in courthouse records: Guy E. Kelly, et al, to James S Owens Jr and wife, 3.385 acres in I/ewistown, for $28,000; Morton M Siegel and Mildred L . to Carroll L. Boyer and Audrey L.. lot in Clover Hill, for £23,000: and Mary C. Remsberg, to Julien r. Deipney and Laura R., land on the south side of Carroll Parkway, for $22,500. ALL SILVER REFLATING REDUCED 20% DURING SEPTEMBER ONLY S80.00 'Were comes fall with loads of new Ideas BEFORE I AFTER Every Item Replated at Sale Prices Come alive! You're in the Cralg- leigh generation! You may choose this fresh-as-paint classic, because you know the overstated is outdated, and the understated is IN. Observe, please: a smart pointed yoke front that circles across the back. Convertible collar. Smooth, narrowed welt pockets. Dyed-to-match carved buttons. Luxury-lined with Earl-Glo, Sanitized for lasting freshness. All wool interlining throughout. The interesting fabric, all wool Empress Tweed tone on tone, is exclusive, and bonded to maintain shapeliness. In Wln«- And Green -- Sizes 6 To 20 Now is an excellent time to restore your worn silverware, antiques ant! family heirlooms at great savings. All work QUADRUPLE SILVERPLATED by our master silversmiths. Sale prices apply to ALL pieces imaginable . . . castor sets, tea service items, trays, etc. Old family items replated like new make wonderful gifts, so take advantage of these low prices. FOR INSTANCE Dei. S«l«Prle« Teapots ..$24.95 $13.96 10.10 1.12 Creamer .. 13.25 Candlestick (per inch) 1.40 Fruit basket 23.95 19.11 Trays (per sq. in.) .. 13C 10'M Sugar Bowl. 14.50 11.SO EXPERT REPAIR SERVICES AVAILABLE Dents rempvid . .. items straightened Broken handles, lees, knobs, repaired «· replaced Missing parts t insulators repaired replaced New combs, brushes, mirrors, knife blades, thermos fillers furnished Gold, copper plating Sterling and pewter expertly refinished SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 3O BRING IN SILVER TODAY! 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