The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 30, 1951 · Page 12
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November 30, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

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Cattle Thieves Giren 8 Years KOCKVHLU:, Nov. 29--(IP)-Three Washington. D. C., men were sentenced to eight years in the Maryland Penitentiary today for cattle rustling. , "In the old West," commented Montgomery County Circuit Judge Charles W. Woodward in passing sentence, "a crime of this type was a capital ofiense." The men, who had pleaded guilty to larceny charges, are Victor E. Baldwin, 32, a Silver Spring restaurateur; Robert L. Hambleton, 43, »nd his son-in-law, John M. Dupont, 22, *n unemployed carpenter. The three were charged with taking three prize cows worth $1,000 apiece from the Germantown farm of A. Harding Paul last Aug. 20. Baldwin was arrested at a Winchester, Va., cattle auction when he attempted to claim m check for the animals. He implicated the other two who were arrested in Washington. "Our farmers can't spend their time sitting in their fields with shotguns to protect their cows, Judge Woodward declared. "When criminals of this type are brought to the court, it is the court 1 ! duty to deal with them severely.' Btoyds ' BOYDS--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Heisler, Sr., enjoyed a trip to Mi ami, Fla., in their new car. --Edward K. Pickrell, Jr., spen several davs at his parent's home returning to Cornell University on Sunday. --The Women's Missionary So ciety of Boyds church met at th home of Mrs. Lawrence Burdett ·with a good attendance. After th study and business period, the hos tess. assisted by her daughter, Jan Hillard, served refreshments. --On Sunday, Nov. 25, the morn ing service at Boyds church wa attended by a large group from th Pentalpha Lodge of Masons to gether with members of the Pen' alpha Chapter of Eastern Star, al of Gaithersburg. During the ser vice, Rev. James P. Kerr was pre sented with a two volume set of th History .of the Grand Lodge i Maryland. --Donald Ganley. son of Mr Nettie Ganley, of Boyds, has lef for Parris Island, S. C., where h will receive training for the Navj --Leaving for overseas duty o Thursday last by plane was Rupei Spring, Jr., son of Mr. and Mr IN AIRBORNE UNIT -- Private Kenneth Bruchey, of Frederick, who was inducted into the Armed Ser vices on September 19, is taking his basic tiaming with the 101st Air jorne Division at Camp Brecken ridge, Ky. He is the husband o fancy Grove Bruche/ and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Bruchey ·his city. His address is Pvt. Ken neth Bruchey, U. S. 52728284, Co. F 2nd Bn., 302 Abn. Inf. Reg., 101s Airborne Division, Camp Brecken ridge, Ky._ Rupert Spring. He had been i training at Camp Belvoir and othe camps for several months, and wa flown to Seattle, Washington where he expected to leave short ly for an. unknown destination. Dr. and Mrs. James P. Kerr, Jr and family of Damascus, were din ner guests of his parents on. Thanks giving Day. --Mr. Earl Hoyle, who travel for the Agricultural Dept. in Wash ington, spent several days with hi parents FATHER AND SOX NIGHT Members of the Civitan Club cele brated Father and Son night o Thursday evening at the Franci Scott Key Hotel. Twenty-nine sons were presen at the meeting. Other guests were Roy Cutsail, William J. Handly and Samuel D. Crone, all of Fred erick. The attendance puze wa awarded to Isaac Stevens. Pro gram Chairman Basil Lewis pre sented four sports films- "Man, Do and Gun,'' "Fisherman's Paradise, "On The Wing" and "Sportsman Parade." Francis Joseph Hayden, note composer, was born in March, 1732. Vew Windsor NEW WINDSOR--The follow- ng names were listed on the school onor roll for this term. Seventh ra de -- Frances Leatherman, Don- Id Warrenfeltz, Elizabeth Cahns. can Hesion, Mary Jane Buffing- on, Dorothy Albaugh. Susan Sing- r, Patricia Owings. Glenn Want/, luth Carr, Mary Susan Albaugh, Jobby Graham, Shirley Graybill; Sighth grade -- Beverly Bloom, Alice Lambert, Anna Shipley, Halet Baile, Ronald Graham, Robert Wort; Ninth grade--Robert Royer, lllian Volar, Shellman Green, Janet Myers, Roger Wolfe, Betty Joy Anita Harvey, Shirley Blacksten, Wayne Smith, Phyllis Schneidei, loyd Flickinger. Lola Koontr Velio Volar, Sandra Hughes, Sandra Benedict; Tenth grade--David Eberly, David Bowman. Judith Panzera. Jeanne Buffington. Cor- .nne Hoff, Ann Roop, Harry Lambert; Eleventh grade--Janet Thomp' son, Mary Lease. LaRue Eeker Joe Quesenberry--Virginia Baust Helen Carr, Nancy Dayhoff, Olivia Helwig. Shirley Hoff. Diana Loveli --The high -school senior clas has selected Nancy Dayhoff as ed itor of the yearbook, and Virginia Baust and Eugene Fleming wil serve as business managers. Facultj advisers are Mrs. Bennighof, Mis. Engbert and Mr. Jones The clas sponsored a Sadie Hawkins dance. --Patricia Ann Wilt is recuperating from a recent illness. ·--Joan Bohn spent the holiday weekend with her cousin, Rebecca Warner, in Lewistown. --Mrs. Rosa Strine fell in her daughter's home and suffered a broken arm. She was taken to Gettysburg Hospital. --The Young People's Farm Bureau unit held its. November meeting m the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lease. Officers were elected for the coming year: Presi- dent. Evwett Ecker: vie* president. James Carlisle; stcrettry. Mr*. James Carlisle: treasurer, Mrs. Enrl Cartzendafner; discussion leader, *alph Young: recreation leader, Mrs. Everett Ecker: publicity :hairman. Mrs. SSdney Lease. English Lesson Words Often Misused: Do not say, "His explanation corresponds with yours." Say, "corresponds to yours." Often Mispronounced: Motif. Pronounce mo-tef, o as in more unstressed, e as in tea, accent second syllable. Often Misspelled: Default; faul. Defalcation; fat Synonyms: Incongruous. Inconsistent, Inappropriate, inharmonious. Improper, absurd, unfit, unsuitable. Word Study: "Use a word three times and it is yours " Let us Increase our vocabulary by mastering one word each day. Today's word: Sobriety; state of being sober: temperance, iPronounce so- bri-e-ti, first 1 as in brine, accent -econd syllable 1 *. "His sobriety was acknowledged by the court." MAAS OPTICIANS Eyes Examined;--Glaate* Fitted TELEVISION GLASSES Phone 1951 HZ-A. N. MARKET STREET IHIIllllllHllllilllllllllilllllllillllillll Aetna Casualty Surety Company Hartford AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE DAVID 0. GRIFFIN GENERAL INSURANCE 27 N. Court St. Phont 600 IIIIIIIIHIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIHi Th«« Nfwu, Frederic*!, VIA., Friday, Wwrwnfeer SO, 1951 KINK Buy The Best BICYCLES Sehminji--all models WHIZZER MOTORS SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD UNTIL X.MAS BRADLEY T. HALLEY, Jr. Petersville Road, Brunswick, Md. 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