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THZ DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK, MD.. SATURDAY. MAY 28, 1932. FIVE DEATHS Simoc P. Knhn. Simon Peter Kiihn died Pr.day evening at his hoaie at Garfield, aged 7S years, four months and :* days. He is ', Among County i Women's Clubs PATCHED Union Bridge LOCAL MENTIONS LOCAL MENTIONS i CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK. The M E I Kemptown Club Meets. The Kesipto-s-n Woman's club met at he home of Mrs. Rufus Day May 20. .ith eleven members, three visitors and , -d to ·aith. "One Way of Beauti- ; and one brot^r. Mrs. Margaret Beck. ; J^^^^^^^ftS ! Elmo-*; Mrs. Anna Le*ii. Wolfs-.'ille: : 3 M -~ Pear»_ a_o ga.e a -ec.^ John EL Kafca. WoBSwSe. « cwancu-.y =:«« and a_o a oera- ; Funeral Suadav ^:th services st Mt . onstration on catnty apc«-cb» ana . a_c.e. ·»-_!-». __^__ ,,__..,;. cesse--^. Refre^niner-ts sere ; The next meeting to be at the · Carmel church : GarSeld at funeral directors. Libertytawn Woman's Chib. -, - . ,» e--:.i. Miss Annie Ying'irig ^ras hce'"ss to Mrs 1 ^ te Sfof X** D. , ^ ******** toman's Club. Wed- ' Smith, died at her home, near Li'r- tOTrn, Pr.dsy looming a cerebral he^icrrsaze. Besides her husband. The 2:am feat-jre of the program oining cecsewrr. funera. directors. FUNERAL? Puceral of Harry Franklin rill be held from the home f his brother. Glenn J. Zlnnr.ertcar.. 1802 North Market street, leavmg the house · Monday afternoon at, i 30 o'clock, *ith ; final services at Zion Reformed church, ; Charjesvtlle, at - o'clock. M. R. Etch- ! ison and Son, funeral director ho-s-n. The .'udges. Mrs Danner! and Mrs. Von EiS, of the Unsonville i club, a-xarced rlrst premium to Mrs. j Sidney Sarpn.gt^n and second to Mrs.. :T. A." Simpson. i The hostess ser.ed refreshments The- i ^ext meeting "vill be at the home of , ' Airs I^asira Saopinston. June 3, with j · h» vr:'ect demonstrators in charge. Union Bridgr. May 28.--The final Attention. Jr. O. V. A. M. meeting of th* Pa.-ent-Twicher Asso- Meatbe-.s oi Frrderi.'k Council. No ciation for the year was held on Mot:- ;;s art . .-vquetted to met', at loiw ; \°' a '* day folloa-ing a bake sale for thr be:ie- room 0:1 Sundav Ma\ '-9. not later "* hurxa.. fit of .wodirig: the school lawn Mr has l ? n; '. · take par: in parade ' J! -' : ". x ·· Wiley, "he \ioe-prcsidcnt. called thf a ni avaiorul or«r.onies at Walfcers- bv-rr.e^ _ , . ' ^ V 1 .. Ut J S CRIST Rx- Secty svnu * Nolle*. Churvr- U- «.·:. 5, ·; ",· C . J - ' Lav:: POTTS GEIFFIN. order about loruLjsng Mr Join; ^poke school grounds. TONIGHT You 2iiy .oot baet ln*-o t^te dartness a-- d irr'.trt th- ' ran .· zy. s-. n.^? But on tile o'hrr s-d» ^' '^f »or.d-- .*. .3 ali l:£ht. a ' brlll.ilic* The *J3 »:;.' ?J'2's 1- ')·· bus'seis -world i::4 '.he {-"We- '..-· -j^r.orr ;! y~oyi* fsa SeL»T» ;h.s tr-- br^a-'r :: -cr ^ su-sr Re»; Ej'.i'.? 15 i ti* tx:-.'- b ' T '.o-ia? Mr L'cg-r reported a balance of Sll then presentee concerning graduation week- Tuesday. June T, exhibit-oii da\ Friday. June 10. class night ewrcu** Jsirie 1-. sermon for the graduates. Monday June 13. ;radua'ir.# exercise* Tne meeting TSLS t2*en tumed \.^cr to ' the Al'-isir.: Aa^ocia^soti ar.d trie fol- Bansert as the announcer ir.d Prtrf Fisher ss the fruet artiit* \uc.il solo. Thelma Wirsimer A Musical S'orv. La\aa Banker', \-x-al s*lj. s^vi Fisoer: a qoar*«y Ms*a C^tiu-ru-.o Eatterday. Mar;.- GUrer-.. Do-rii Lefx. Mrs. Ko»i. \^ca! soX La\-a:i Rinker: , WhUe -he stage «as being Hrran;evi ' for the p^ let. -All on a Summer i Day," Mr. Bankers entertained »:t'! an Ir^.1 K*e Th* .-jst for the p.*%let aas. One. Dons Fo\\ble. T»o : Fowble: Three. Helen Baker. · MaJElcy. Thelma \Vimraer. R Thelma Winrmer. otano sol?. | Fisher. · --The Pipe Creek Socje-ty o! , held tneir quarterly meeting Sunday a; iii« oJd meeting house or. Quaker Hill covv.ri rKS Attention I'wlii- holders! Or. ar.d a::vr J-:-.e 1st a:- oSicc »- 1 e l^.avc a: :0o \\V-st Patr.ck stroct ·.er B.ue ar.d G:e Beaut} Parlor GEO L. tC ITi\atr THE POTTS * Q?.:FFIX Memorul Uay Notice. !r»r:"s 3J Jor.ij;:: -v,-t fr.» ".. FK\N"K C NORWOOD Lut and Bnt Dance jt IX-ia.- ·*».:..·. \lo::Jla\ X.ch" 30 Mu^.o o- J^::\ Strir.i Bar.d bu S*vo.»l fei";ri" cair ivsla. nt-^.oii vOc 13' M.»^ N. Ad- B-aci ad-ng Pro! Attrnllcn Lc£ionnairc*. Momoers ... iit^x't at Hc*tne - 15 p m Monda\ lor Mesicr.al Day Parade You are r«;^.-'.'d t j br.ng flowers CHAIRMAN Speak's Beauty Sboppc. May Holmes. mana;rr Special this Braddock Club OaUng. een membe-t; of the Braddock, ', Women's C'.ub and rarelve ^1sitors! ' nsotored tn South Mountain. Wasiung- j The funeral of Mrs. Mary E Jen- . :o "- nlngs was held on Friday jith services ^ a- -''e home of Le'xis \\acnter. r e a r t - l i - - y- ".^--- ·= = . -- i T«. n* -~ rhrousn the mountain, tne P--rt_. y. a. - oc.o--.a- ' ^'reached Washington's monument, the :: of the tnp. Returning to Dahi- pallbearers ="3'--a_"i~ Z m^e-man j greri s. picn.c supper was served. It _.... - g'.jj.-v/ i bents the birthday of a member. Mrs. j (^ and one at 2 o'clock Many attended. J the crjurch being r.Hed in th" af vr- ' ·neon. Ascosigr thosepre*.-rit woreaitm- · bers from Baltimore and Pe:irtsy ! .v?".La · Biss Fiatbush i*ai the speaker st · both ser\-ices. Among those from Bal- · unore who uTe former ressder.vs of she toivn or cojr.mur.:ty were- Mrs. Jesse Smith. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Nithaii Smith. M^s Eliza Rakestraw. M-ss-.-s JNelLe ani Corinne Hibberd and Mr. manth Marcel 5b.-J or Piner \Va\e '- wi Market S and I Hrreb Cite Notice that 1 a.:n n.-t r-^;o:i5!ile lor debts tra?:-.ni bs An\o:w o'h^r tJ.an n:i Sf-vWSLL H. IJXTKICUM. Ha:"_sto'Ai:, Md. Plotters For Decoration Day. Cut Pineys FVr S.i!e Apply 200 SASF SEVENTH ST. those v.-ho were supper guests vi Mr and Mrs. Xcrns Kames on Sunday e\e- 'nlngr tvero the follov.mg. some of -.il-.o:n vere shere for the -.\eek-end. Mr and Mrs. Bbss Fiatbush. Mr and Mrs. Burnett. Miss Farquahir and Mr, and Mrs. Laurie Hames. Baltimore: Mr. Mrs. A. We-dr.er. Bisler.'Cle. Pa. 11. ent. e:c , MRS MARY C. LJ^TOX Glenn Trout Auct. R L. Kell}. Clerk. \ttc«-. - thv :::^^'. ::;· H;j;T A KSMS'. KepjIrinR. '.11 N '-.i M i r . - 1 S'-o % Houcrs and Hardy Plants. Dv-c ru'..-:. D.,-. JiSI EN C Sl'AI EY P.tor.e 1SV-F-C1 Preuer. jw Drink More Milk. Yo-:r c:virc-t ir. bef. f.xxl. -Oc * " ' " " / S S \VERTItEL\tER City Cleanup Das Tuesda. V.'odnesSa-.. Thursday ar.d ".-·.-.« : Charles Main and that of S. L. Bast. Ralph Flani^as. Glen Cramer. Will Charles Jefferson. Mr. William 3. Bettnet; is confined ber laid out her paiama pattern Furniture t inishin^. I phoKtrriii ::d re-J.i.r.:-4 Pr i., r.-A-.o:;.a GEORGE V." HUNICHF.N ·'.".one J3-M 10S Eift Fo-irth Slodern Apartment For RtT.t A-3.v \Vf.l Sr^i 410 N j r t h Market St WANTED. \Valter Jefferson. Clayton Bue. Lmesey \ to his home on Coun street with ton- . then cut the bits in quilting designs to j --u r _ ant i Mrs Claude BUlmyer left Ambush, Ralph Delauter, V."iliiam Box- j s utr:s. · fi- into the picture and on her. j on Sarorciay for New York, where they ings. Flower girls were: Annie OEord.! , l^-ii s p e nd several weeks wi£i their A^ies Weeclon. Marie Ambush. Mary j Mr. Samuel Main and son. Arthur.] ;son and his wife. Mr. and Mrs James Young. Aiae Whiten. Acdie SOT. mgs. j of Dallas. Texas, are visiting Mr. and were Sunday guests of Mrs. Thomas D. iBiHmyer. Interment colored cemetery, near Point. Mrs. Jesse Hoover. Wess Pacnck street ; Roberts. Laurel. ; --Mrs. Josephine Dev-Jbiss, Free- , of Rocks. M. R. Stchison and Son. fun- ; i --Many friends attended the burial ' erick, is spending some time iuth her. era! directors. Mr and Mrs Casper S. Cline and j service of Mrs. Martha. Waters at St. j son. Edward, and -'amiiy. OF FREDERICK, MD. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS $800,000.00 OFFICERS JOSEPH D. BAKES. Chairman of Board. H'ii vis l. BAKES. President. JOHN II. BAKER. \'i(t-l'resident. JOSEPH McDiviT. Vice-President. WILLIAM G. ZIMMERMAN. Cashier. SAMCEL G. DUVALL. Assistant Cashier. J. TRAVEKS THOMAS. Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS JOSEPH D. BAKER. THOMAS H. HALLER. CHARLES H. COSLEY. M. D^ JOHN S. NEWMAN. JAMES II. UAMBRILL. JR., HOLMES D. BAKER, DANIEL BAKER. JR.. JOHN H. BAKER, ELIAS B. RAMSBCRCH. ARCHIBALD E. FISHER. JOHN N. CLABY. ls rrn:al:ii · s E,?.. »: -- · i-j :=-.=:· i--.- v -- j ^--.js. i'. » --··- :ij: .s -:-i. .- = ?irsi «.Oi :·-» : srri: mi^iz-isf JOHN N CLARY. A^ U'.-s O: !ri--*::e» O M1LBVP.N FRTF. S.:: '.or ·Pbor.e 736 9 N Court St NOAH E. CRAMER SON. w*;: et Frrif c c ir'rs o! ar.,1 '**ji cn-.y Onr.rr i-- la.» »K2 «... UT. Tir-'T-5cit- »o-« - 4 -.«·-.· y-t ^ ^ " i*i !-r *"u*' -: =:ji.:£ ei Oirr.er A-' c^c- | at-.d K'.CO Fir Jar'tf r". --'ar »pp.y to KO\H E CRMSER A SON. SH COURT STKEFT. FREDERICK MD ·PSIOSE SO! MISCELLANEOUS. PIASO TCNNTSG 1 I i ipec:i:!T ». *-,' ! 519-W. S West 13: ·. Flay Golf. The City Miniature Grclf Course, un- j ...-^jrrrD - ro?rnox AS COOK on HOVS ' cer ne\\ management, will oren for the! ' n o - h £ · . - r.-- . in E^-K "7. ov1r .*' : " seisor. Saf.rday. ay 28. 7 p. m. i : "" 3 '" : ' Come one- Come all. CHICKS FOR SALE. BASV CHICKS -- B A T K E D \ND \\HITE Rock. S C n."^5. '.Vh.-.» \T;.in-J~-.:-^ I3!l BuK O:p:r.;:or.i. $7 "0 ^·--*- B.ict G:ar.:j. J1IOO Heavy assjr:-».!. S6 W -V.so started c!s:efc3 Cyj.ii ^.a:c!-.:r.s We tuv yn'-'-'-^y and esu 'Phor.r- 439 Mt! Chics HatcSfrT. | US East Patr.-Sc -,rc-: 5-27-do-. j F O R SALE --BABY CHICKS. SPECIAL j price !or Jane Brs.-g yo^r ej;s on Sati urtlav of rach Ty-fi Icr c-:rto:r ti^'.cS:^^. j Rice's Cftlci Hi'.cherv. \\ ».s?rJT::!c. Md. : "Phone 7 5-25-i32i WANTED -PUMN SS-.MNO. :!9 WEDDINGS Cake and Pie Festival. Benefit of Arab" church. Stauffer's. - , . , . , . - . . . _ - - , , . , i-. .-*.., Station Frederick Junction.! .'Hignlanc Locze, o.d Bracaock. for · Walter Dye. St. John's church. Ellicott · Miss Nora. Waynesboro, Pa., were ! Ma .. , Q ^.· e -___ K _ n ^^ ^i gn . Hann- I the Summer. ' City. oSciated. ! week-end guests of the formers s_st?r. i _._.,; ^ d '^'^-r,.' " i HFI _ P j | --The Woman's Guild of St. Bama- Mrs. Ezra Senseney. Miss Ethel Wei- ·" "" "'° f j " _."__. Dr. E. R. Shaw and family, of Ve-. bag church will mee-t Thursday as Mrs.; ty and Bart Shively. Waynesboro. v.ere| R , h ^ ri.!^v« ' K:'--»! i daughter. Virgmia, have moved to ' Barnabas cemetery on Monday. Rev.' --Mrs. Ida Deiapiane and daughter. ^-"^ Waynesboro, Pa., "" - HELP WANTED. WASTED-SEPriESrSTAT!VE NOTICES. TOI ·* ·*-·*'- » · ba: no'- ..~.-s-.--. o-o ·- . ; -.-' ·· -;·' , rred Rocks. , .- ycs .~ ca - o o:.f * -.. ·-"'" :·· ·"- rJ-"--- "· ' Reds. A'pp'.v'b. K-- ·- TM · w«"« " c ··' '--· ! " p. LUTBLES RICE. HELP DESTROY DEPRESSION onnsR VTS; ov \--DIT NO 93'.! EQUITY tht Clrc-i : Fcr Fri-djrlck Cou-ty. I Sltl.ns ir. E~,-ultv : :.l-if Trr=. 1932 j Ceo A Prarrr. J r . Tr;:s'-- u=d'r the W1U i of GfJ O G-o"r:c--. -itr cr Frcd-r:;s j Counvj-. Ma-?', ir. i. d"C"* t .s w i. On Pe'. *'.5r.. I.-. tSc ra.'.'.'r ot '..-.? \-:c!.:3r s Report Died the 21st dl" o? Mar. 1932 Ordrred. Th^: o^ th- 6*li div of June. 1332. the CJiirt w i! prccc^d to set aprn th^ z ·seek wi^h Mr and Mrs. Jo- Her sister. ^Irs. X^r- Mrs. Howard Grav ?nd H. M Phone 1S15-F-22 ccompamecl her. , Dance Al f ^, The coolest plao f Mrs. Earl Chacey and Mr. and Mrs. · Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray, were dinner , .....jv D ! v» Tfo-trl rvvoTT»A^m i ~' IrS " Anar ' e7 '" -- H:iss - *^^'-z~ x a~e- Robert Walters. Baltimore. ! guests of their cousins. Dr. and Mrs. " " "A"...."^. 8 ~ 3 o'" IT- J. d,y 1\JL O LU W11 j nue, and Mrs. Reno S. Harp. West j --Mrs. is arjf i Davis, who has been ; Clyde Routzahn at Buckeystowp. en ' " " """"'' Taylorsvilie, Mav 28.-Sunday school · SecxKici sireec. were ;he guess of Mrs. ' :he guest of her daughter. Mrs. Marion i Sunday. stop . __.,,,,.. be held S-unday morning ao 10 | "^.^_^"_ ?l : ,-^. o T.^-_,~ ^ °" '. Earr:s - for seTMral weeks, will, return j --Mr. and Mrs. Plickinger. Fair\-iew G ro fr, the Florist, is selling fine cut Routc M ' :r · be no preaching! i -"on account of the memorial service! at, Winfield instead. ' " --Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Baker a n d ; ^ 0 ^ children. Jimmie and Betty, are spend- , " ing a fe?.- clays at hus home in Wash- · igton. D. C. .y at a bridge luncheon. j to her home in Catonsvilie, on Wed- ! are spending some time with their · saapdragsss at 25c per doz All this ' .fca.riieSVII «S I daughter. Mrs. Tnonias Weishaar. and her family. week. Get yours for memorial day i AV.*ZING SCSISESS OPPor.TurnT^^ j AlsD Glads. Roses and Peonk* at low . _°-"1^ C ,"- J^'-'^"-\^'. '·* vir"::ir!K pr:c«. Get yo^r orders in early ' il'.-jj 0 ~;- V'"~V «"--r ; ; · · - . c-i-tr\ct ;. of Washington. D. C. ! are spending the week-end and Ment- GROFF. The Florist. 'Phone 224. Sewing Circ.e of St Mary's Catholic' ' 8 -oom ir.odern brick direSUng for tourist oaslncss. «!th ctsien: slock modern flUlas sl3tloa Ir-cIudlr-K one acre for earsplag purpose?. locaird oa HSt^^^r May trade on C"." property IT acres on Hlsnicay near Prederlclt. dwell- in; TC -*i c'.eciricity. bitii and gravitation tra'er sTSten: A rea! opportunity for tourist ar.d anr ' station business FARMS FOR pr:ce ar.d location . For 'ir.forraa::an. opportunities, satisfactory vlce and conscientious advice, dos't fail ·o consu:: R'cf P LCTHSB RICE. REAL ESTATE PHONE 148* True Cop;.--Test ELI G HACGH. Orfc- 0. may 21-23 FOE EENT. FOR RENT --FTKXISHED 3-P.OOM APAHT- ar":. crr.tra'. y -seated Addrcsi Box 2706 care N«-vi5-Pas:. 5-3S-d6t FOR BEXT--6-RCX)M HOUSE ALi XIOO- em conv^nirnces Rent rcascnable. Pos- 23 EAST THIRD SI j ,eis:on June 1st Applv 110 McMurray St. 5-lt-dtI | 5-2T-d3f spent Sunday in Baltimore --A surprise birthday party given at the horns of Mr. ar.d ' Dr. A. A. Larnar. Middletown. who had been confined to bed for some -i t.ie aouse. shti^ surortse on Fn=a-. -- Its. Jessie V Prioe Mrs. Sla John Bames in honor of Mr. Bames ' weess Friday evening. He received mar... to re beautiful and useful gjfos. Refresh-; rreas were served. The ever.-iig vras Wi.^ara Ifert. o: Gapland. who had spent in p-aving Sve huncrec Those, =fea a patter.-, zr, the Frederick City present were: Mr. and Mrs. .John | hospital .or i~o montrs vrnere -ne was Barnes Mr. and Mrs. E. A. K. Barnes.' 'J^ae-sotng treatment for a broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Pickett. Mr. anc · -~ a s -eturr.?=. to n-s nDrr.e. Mrs. Thomas J. Byers, Mr. and Mrs. . . _ Prank Bsnnett. Mr and Mrs William -atne.^e Minn.ci. cattgntcr of Jo.-^n Ing Mr. an: Mrs. By: Herman Miss Amelia Cover. Miss tiiaaoeth Xa31. M:ss Bessie Sheller. M-s; Margaret Bames. Charks Bames. X.co'as Bames. O. Barnes. Carltcn Barr.ej. . ^ Frank Bennet-t. John H. Ber.nct.:. Ha-- " J "^"^..l " __ " clcl Pickett. Xannis Gosr.ell. ' f^P'J^*" :. Z -'. : --G Frank Byers has been spend- ijc --- va -! ing a few cars ~ rh his brother. Tlt-« J. Byers. --The stork visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred HamsTM, ard left them s. oon. ~-~illSS Aj.SC 1 i" · d"^»." 3"G. ud -· iC.jOC. Dern. Baltimore, spent last v*eek vr.-"n her rflother. M"S Rosa Franklin --Merton Frankly h's I--:"' T?.ylo--- \111e for a feT nior.th.- spent Friday in Frederick. --rv^rKhy Bames. caught-rr of Mr ----"^ t*--^ -7^... -_?_·"· 33--*ies is nt'ic-i bed new presi- \ Delegates _ ig were Mrs. \ 'Parker Welier and Mrs. Spngg Hays. The usual soc-.zl hour v.as enjoyed. ! --M.sjes Calla Presc-Dtt; and Dorothy j '·Onr Book of Golden Memories" ·sill De opened sgam On Sunday Morning at : Till please you. STAR HA1 d-2AXIXG AND SHOE SHTXE PARLOR. 11 Court Street. STAR FUENTTUEE CO. a serious illness, is no- able T_ 3UEhi= . of Hock~J. v.ere the week- i TSDrrrY M. E. CHURCH. SOUTH ' Rent-A-Car. end guests of Rebecca Price. ! Sunday School. 9.45 a m · --Miss Rebecca Lillard spent the : Worship Sc--.ices. 11 a. m 7 30 p. m ; week-end in VTash-r.~on as the guest; A cc-rdial welcorr.e awaits all. ; of her a-ont. M-ss MarjDrie Renn. | ! --Mrs. Mary W. Eays and Dr. Leon- . | . ard Hays were the guests cf Mrs. ,Spri2g Hays on Sunday. --Mr and Mrs Laurence Price were · * Want To Dance Tonite New L-^-J. Rates Gas and Oil Included. PRAXCIS SCOTT KEY GARAGE. NETIT LJQtrtD V.E-V. MEV35 OS "CTS OF " 1 Litte'.i ana Mr WiT.:arn 3 Z.itt*ll 1-ocal scr;.-3l en Wecnosiay afterr.osn and grestly enicyed b*. tr.e parents and friends. A ?.fev itle c^nce was one C-' T " = -,' R ( Smith's Mil; at Doubs will be closed * ; all day May 30. 1932. M*ss Y.r;-.nia Cooler.tz. da-shter -;: ? Mr. an-i Mrs. E. L. Cobler.tz who ^-- . . . ., . . beer. .11 with scarlet 'ev=r at IXosron '-* ~ " ne c " £e " "'^ 2olj P re «"^- D 3" Valley College. Annv:l Pa . where she r n e sscon:; anr: tn:rc grac « s A a ' :;qc is z. "e pl-^a^nr feat"rc5 given fov the -Iris ;.f ·'".-- ir-^rrr.Tiiite grad' 1 A Cojr.tr Commiss.-or.ers of Frederick C: he A-abs and -.heir irEmstizatinn -f Notice. The Co-jr.ty coratE-ssioners' office and the County Treasurer's o£Ti:e w.ll 1» lav 30th. Decoration Day. Presicsr.t JOHX W. HOLTS Dancing Public! Grand Opening Bali Decoration Day THE NSW HOL.I/TVVOOD BALLROOM Oop-js.te C.ty Tourist Camp Grounds · "Th? Bal'.room DeLuse " ; reat'orins R-ecori-ng and Broadwstlng Sands. The H3..ywood Amusement Co presents D::k D-llinger's Famous College Band Hot-Sweet Music: Sinr'and Rhythm "A Musi-a. Treat" At ".'- o'clock--"Dance of The Crystal Saower." Dazzling! Spectacular: Al.unng' ' Ir.describiole Beaj:;. " The New Ho.-ywood Is Or.e O' M33t _:p-t3-c3te Ballrooms in Maryland. 2 5D Square Feet Crystal Like Floor 1 0: Can Dance--1.000 Cars Car: Park "Tr.e Home of Polits Danrir.r" BE VOCK OV.-N BOSS--V^Kr. E3 " st2oa ·--- L"i- '-'·»"__.' .'·;,!."'" LZJ-S- VEN :·". TO 21 -- n.\tL'^ AY VAS. Ct-E^-KS 5-^dv W J - C c'T------ s'-i?^ ·.:--.-__ " " BARGAIKS IN FURNITURE, 53 s~snt!y "used rcfristrators. all sl:«. S5 00 to SI2 00 100 Ic:t b»»e ru»s $225 up Lir'.r.s room. c:r.!r.c room, bed in a ii.'.ehers rurr.I'.ure a=fi fcouspr:o:i! F3»::« cf rve-v tlr.fl ar.i iescr:p;:or). ne~ and s'lcisl'.y usttl. at unheard o! prlcts Corse In and be convinced in*: TOU cia ave n:ore *han ball We v.'.l "rad* yotir o'.i t-arniiure In Your c-eJ:t ' -ood acre STAR FURNTTCRE CO. 313-325 Sor'-h M»rlKi Slrest, Frederick. Msr7!ancl AUTOMOBILES FOE SALE. L * TM ESSEX SEDAN FIt-"S A -- *: bjr AP?.~ S -*-«; 23th St ! FOR RENT-- \PARTMEJTT. 334 WEST PAT- j rlct street. 6 riorr.s ar.d ^ath. All niocera. Garage and lar;= girdr- "Phon.- 844 5-2T-dS'.* FOR SENT -- APARTMENT A^^^ OFFICES. I Ap?:v Blue »r.d C-r-y Beau-y Saop. tOS j W. Patrlci St. 'Phosc SC-3 5-26-d3; ] SECOND FLOOR. 3-P.O rm I :or rc-.t 103 W. Tn" 3-P.OOM d St APART-.tENT -?.00't HOUSE. 15 WEST AFP-- 13 West y.f:h S: " FOS RENT -FUP.NtSHED AP\ 231 Sas-. Se;cr.a St 'Pnor.e 41 ! FOR RENT -- C-r.OOr.I BHtCX HOrSE. ±13 ' " Eas'. F-v--..~. S; Far'.T n-.oie-~. *?^"7 ; 230 Wes; Ti'.A St 5-:4-s5:" · ' ?OR RE^.T -StX-ROOV. HOCSS -:«:r.; ..g'l-.s. -ari ^ r i _ earier. 5a S. P^^-s.o.. .^^-.- £,,_,___. Pa. j v a c - ' --ET ",.~ ·"id3T y'"' B *"f1"n FDR SALS-- DOOGS ' TON THUCK- Pi-is: bod? App'.y to Pat Msrpriej-s F-..1- j .-; S'.it.cr.. £as; Patr.ci St. Eitended FOR RSTT -- SIX-HOOM £23 Ncr*h .!-.* t"t i'-'.p Garber s Baser" BHtCS KOT7SS, FOR RENT --SECOND FI.OCR \PART\tSST. Mr= R F Na.: r.. lit '.Vrst Sscs-d St. 5-ts-Jt:; PUBLIC SALES. ·DrtT. CJ A T r. FOR SALE. student, has been released from '3n*_r:e attd has rea'^meci her .s-tid.e^ Sykesville White Race Slowcs estlrr~ted thit the Sykesvir.e. May ^8-- Mr. and Mrs . Will-am Shipley. Misses ^:ar^arc: ar.d Mary A^nes Sh:rjley a'tcnced "he wec- cinz of -.t-ir fnend Miss Rcselyn Tav-c;. Cn=r:eld. on Sattircay r.:ght ! They returnee r.ctr.e Monday after ns- --Mr. and Mrs. Hersch^ll Resc are ball ;amc bet~«cn O;mus and the local scr.oo" rc":l"*d ^i a "Ic*ory f~ Comi:s. Rcfrcchrr.cn -^ the cri_ld---n. crcn 2.rr "*i.-i-mr T^Trs St^nc^tr- parcn'.- in Sts-i-.ton Va A Broken Plate ss -Jindo-- is bound to cut in;; ;.^-,ur Da.nr.ns Evory Wednesday Saturcay S- unless you're--Actna-izrf Oti- Oticns S p rn. Admiss.cn 53: ^^ __1 - . . Ap"r.£ Plate Glass Policv \jsrar.tri^ -__^--^ ."ast rer;l3u:emer.t---t r.- cost to yc^ Best Fountain Service in The City. POTTS GRIFFIN PEOPLE'S SERVICE DRUG STORES FOR REST --:-:C05SV 4.PASTMZXT. 3 i^aras ^ r i aa'^ *-t-icl J .v- --=ta. _ : _ PI'.KO. ALMOST '· S Ms-t--. -try-. 5-tS-=::t "5.23"^-. ' FOR F1EVT--THIRD FLOOR .'^ -^~^- !r= ^- - SAt-E -- FRTISC. CHICKENS 223 N ".:i-«t S- 5 -^-r.s i-l Sat^ Ap- s-ts-dt: V.'e Card Of Thanks. sh to than.v :'nends and r.'.rn- and symp^tr For Sale. Goc-i Va'ties In Used 3 -- Dcc;e Seians. '. FOR RENT -- -.tODSH^ S-HOOM. SECOND S»JLE -- SLIGHTLY USED. 13-PL.VTS r.oer l=t A - - r -:'· N"2r'- ^tir«: S' Ap- AXNIS 3ARNS3. WILLL\M PLATEH 50 res years. --The Ladies' src.et.»x cf St. Paul's Market Prices cnurch have char.jjd the date of ths;r Grain. Wheat, ou Corn, obi . Live Stock and Produce. S: So rally cay is June 2 Mrs. Harry Htss.e h^s c~"2"c of the lur.cr.eori- ^^.^*.. A.....C 1^.....^.*. v . ^oenc.ns w^i* ~eek ~.tli her caug'r.ter. Mrs Harold Rice. B3lt.rr.cTt --Mr and Mrs LOCAL MENTIONS Enjoy A Refreshing Swim In 3ra«dd-vrk Heights ?-^l Rec^ntly imTjroved--no~v b-?-fr tiar. Open tint;.--o':r ani Decorat.t-n D?y Other t.»es by appo--tsent. 1 -- Docie Raadsler. 2 -- Esses Coaches : -- Che~ol*t Ciuoe 1 --Hudson Seuan I-- Pacsars 7 Passenger Secan I-- P.yrr.tutr. Sed*r. I : = Ton Fore. TrjC£ Easy 'erms STALEY :.:OTOR CO. Freder.cc Me -OP S ' ' ~ -- ^LS-.'EN *.C?-ZS O? ALFALFA. - ,, - - - , ... --_, -.f . - p . T J3-- W ..... " FOR SSNT --6-?OO:^ FOrSZ. 5^ NORTH FOH .=iS =-.s=t i FOH RZNT -- L^RGE StX SOOV ·?·-..-- Fred-- : A.' ^:^CS"r c-"T;r. 2--.--S SM.S -- ror?.-?~cE ISATHSR PAR- Peonies Gain? Fast. and felling j a dozen at S-nr.i-"..." For Sale- All i.r.ds o! second hani ?.oe frocn 2 s-p T j -^-.. .a-- . S:r.r-. Co-- -sr a-.a F.f-h ^tref- 5-27-d3t RENT -- D » YLtGHT 7 ·"·-·-· p-.^ T ..l^ c ".l.". CN u "" - "hr-r s-n ar.d daught:r-ir.-l2--. Mr. and Arrar. i. -.^ ^- ,,! M-= J N. Cr.-lcs. Mt. Wash.r.^ton en 3- -.- i- ;' S'jncs" ar.d motored to the former's' _ , --, 3 % j old hcr-.e en South Ri%'er ._ C; to 3c !j --^""- 2 "-c Irs William Chipley ar.d , ^-. a i_,. __ . 3; ;_, 5.- ^on R.cl-.ird. ~ere Sur.nay quests of i ^_ a Jj_-^ i~ -.- g; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rice. Baltim-re Larr.x TBJC'^S) . _ ' . · 4 c ! --7vlrs. W.il.arr, Me'."-.lie ard B.liy ' jicgs ,, ~ 3c to 3 : ,=o' Melv.i'.e, Jr., and Richard Bennett, S:, I Attention Lutherans. Farm, five rr..'«s out on Shoci-t-vn to 8 inches: I-Beams. ar.d Angle Iron L-'r.erar. Mtr.'.- Clt,b ^tll hold tht.r ro^d Ccrr» and K them ?r.--r.- for Bji.dir.? purpose r.r.-.-?.l o-tj.r a: Sa_b"s Ir.n Tanev- 1803-F-4 t.-^n. Th^rsiay. J-r.e 9'.- at 7 ? rr. An ^EON' M ESTA3ROOK -^=. S».t,E IO CKS\? I ,;..j "V-^-dA"" ' HOME, THO3- Rea- -~~* x-i- ?sss*»- :?:? L'?Td C Ct. '-r ' Frederick High School. 1333 Clar.= R n^s Openins Dance. HiH Top Hon«c. HARPERS FERRY Deco-a'ion Dav. ?,lay £· FREDERICK JUN"K COMPANY. Prans Gas'.ej ?-op "Ph:ne 3S3 O~;e .its Warehotise--Cr.apel A.ley Be'.-recr. T"r_rd ar.d Fteorth Sts Residente--215 E Third St. FO-? FM.E SH P.rC-ISTER, BE POR RENT --MO2ERN 6-RCOM SO~S3- 32? Pa-1 »T"==- Piv=i5, ir ^ - . _ ^ L . rb-^ri F- tcl.e CP-.wo:»ts ' POR RENT --MODERN 5 ROO\l 5-23-itOt' r3;n%. sr th 7^"i. "CS S-^'n :.Ti-.:»t , .-__, -i.jte pcv^?«;c= ».n"J L- C ' JS RY STOKE. . Moving Van Returning to S. Carolina 1 flr.'t «eek :n June tiill tAe loss o! furn.ture at reasosjable pr.ce °.-!.-r.e ,J?!-M. or Write 828-A, K. Market St. 'Frederick, M-d. Lowei Prices On Scratch Pads. Pencil Talats (r.exspnr.t. paper) No-s 6 Cents a *b Bond ard Bcrc Papsr Tablets, Nox 9 Gents a :b. THE ^ ». FOR 5\LE --ELECTRIC MOTORS. -o --s r'^~»-d -.ra--V=. cor=?-i".S c«~- yoa RENT -- ATTRAC1: ,'=: A?A=T:.:£XT. ·"- s.-a ·« pa-.t. ho.se »-.i rso:. to.tew. j Apply Ezra E:-j;-!, Jr.. 100 Ea«: P*c^nd i r-. ·.3".v-s. a;t.ss*. sr.a:t:aii. pu".t-s. Bf.:- street. 5-1-S": . . .rr. :ir;4s. -:c Barga n p-.c" pre-ri:, ! T-: ^ H^;--s-Trr. Eq-p-r-.fr.-. Ci. Ma-r'.irrd Are . , FOH RENT --SIX ROOM HOC3S OS VO^TH , Hagerstoxa. Teitpftoze 1303 Market St ABO'T to C. ?. Sea- Ss-^.t,

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