The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 8, 1970 · Page 13
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June 8, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

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Monday, June 8, 1970
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Mo*4*, Jww 8, Itlt Pat* A-13 MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY AFTERNOON GRADUATES - Kindergarten students ^tending the Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternooo classes at the Walkersville Nursery- ·Kindergarten, under the supervision of Mrs. ;Orley Bourland Jr. were: back row left to right, Ellen Eyler, John Reburn, Laura Martens; middle row, Troy Keeney, Anne Boyer, Beth Dayhofl, Jeff Kigbt, Jacqui Bell, Tony Long; front row, Danny Burrier, Clay Zimmerman, Alice Shelton, Robbie Handley and Kevin Moore. Scott Wiles was absent when the picture was taken. Esther Grinage Kindergarten To Graduate 32 The Esther E. Grinage Kindergarten will hold its thirty- second annual graduation exercises on Thursday, June 11, 8 pan. at the Asbury United Methodist Church. The program is open to the public. The thirty - two pre-school youngsters of Frederick city and county currently attending the kindergarten have received learning; experiences and training designed to prepare them for the first grade. This year "Sesame Street," the widely known television program was given at the kindergarten under supervision of the teachers, Mrs. Emilie Angelety and Mrs. Celestine Dixon. Grinage Kindergarten was started in 1937 by a group of dedicated ladies who realized the need for pre-school training for the children of Frederick city and county. It is in session from October to June in the basement of LincolnApartments, South Bentz Street. It is a member agency of the United Givers Fund of Frederick County and depends largely upon the fund for financial support. Hammond Elected By State Group Richard Hammond, executive secretary of the Frederick Chamber of Commerce, attended the Maryland Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives* Quarterly meeting held recently at the Cumberland Country CIA, Cumberland. Hammond was elected to a two-year term on the Board of Directors. The main topic of discussion centered on the modernizing of local government. The speaker was Grover Nash of the University of Maryland technical services. He offered suggestions on making both city and county governments more efficient. WCTU OFFICERS-The 85th annual convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Frederick County was held Thursday in Trinity United Methodist Church, Frederick. Officers are, left to right, seated, Mrs. Lewis Shannahan, state president; Mrs. C.A. Johnson, county president; Mrs. Walter Poole, recording secretary; standing, Mrs. E.R. Pearl, pianist and Mrs. F.P. Brose. Other officers include Mrs. Leslie Masser, vice president and YTC secretary; Mrs. William Rollins, promotion secretary; Mrs. Luther Bussaxd, treasurer; Mrs. Eric Biser. song leader. The WCTU traffic safety formula is "to keep the highways free from blood-keep the blood free from alcohol." -(Photo by Cedric Smith) Reception To Honor Retiring Teacher Mrs. Thelma Arnold, a teacher at Valley School, will be honored at an appreciation reception Sunday, June 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Valley School auditorium. Mrs. Arnold has announced that she is retiring at the end of this school year after many years of teaching in the Frederick County Schools. The reception is being given by the School PTA who extends an invitation to her friends, associates and former students, to attend this reception. TUESDAY - THURSDAY KINDERGARTEN Becky Long and Stevie Harrison; front row: ex GRADUATES -- Graduates of Mrs. Orley Donnie Webb, Tommy Bellinger, Marsha Elston, 2H R. Bourland's Walkersville Nursery-Kindergar- Mitzi Eyler and Wilbur Stevens. »s? ten were: back row: left to right, Jack Wach- (Photo by Arnold Fleagle) ter, Chris Moberly, Aimee Shuff, Jimmy Corun, Ford Dealers keep prices down MORNING KINDERGARTEN GRADUATES-Recent graduates of the Walkersville Play Center, morning session, under the guidance of Mrs. Harold Hooper were: Standing, left to right: Shawn Geraghty, Traci Shoemaker, Beth Gladhill, Patrick Zaharotf, Faith Ann Hahn, Stacy Poole and Melissa Stup; middle row, kneeling, Eric Bradshaw, Jeffrey Trimmer, Sherri Rippeon, Larry Speck, Brett Morris, Michael Bowers and Robbie Wardwell. Sitting, Kendra Heyde, Timothy White, Dina Poland, Ira Johnson and Meleah Droneburg. DON'T KEEP YOURSELF OUT OF THE NEW YELLOW PAGES. THEY'RE CLOSING SOON. BETTER CALL NOW. BEFORE SADNESS SETS IN. Specially equipped Galaxie 500 Specially equipped Fairlane 500 Ford Dealers lead with 12 Fords priced from $2795* down to Maverick at $1995f And that's before you get our deal. Our sales are record-breaking ... so we're offering record buys on America's best selling economy car, Maverick, completely new Fairlane, Ford's better value idea, Galaxie ... many others! ..»'s»^^^^^ required by state laws. Dealer preparation charges (if any), are not included in the $1995 Mavenc* price. .. Dea LOW RATE BANK FINANCING DELIVERY ON THE SPOT Be whe^ma'rt^oppers shop. The Yellow Pages. Just call your CP Telephone Business Office. 1 Is, W SVAPfcltfi R C H I V E ® -- . . IJV THE HEART OF FORD COUNTRY 117 WEST PATRICK STREET PHONE 663-6111 FREDERICK, MD.

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