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iddings |er--Mullinraux * vedding of much Interest took on Noveiuber 24 when fara Johanna Mullineaux be- the bride of Robert T. Weber, Detroit, Mich. The ceremony erformed at the Shrine of the i Flower in Baltimore. |e bride, who was given in iage by her father, was at- lively attired in a powder blue land carried, white roses for her luet. The attendants were Mrs. [ha Mizer and William Wright. a short trip in the northern/ \s the couple will reside in New- where the igroom is stationed the U. S. Navy. |bro--Ambrose [very preUy weeniing took place W Methodist church, in Bruns['on November 22, when Miss Ida Marie Ambrose, daughter lr. and Mrs. Ralph Ambrose of Jiswick, became the bride of I John Clifford Zombro son of 1 Ella Zombro and the late John Ibro, of Bolivar. The double Ting Inony was performed by Rev. ISeay by candlelight.. The bride 1 was given in marriage by her |sr, was attired in white taffeta nylon, -with wide sweeping t-veil of illusion. Both gown and vere trimmed with imported lish lace. The shower bouquet made of white snapdragons, the center made as a corsage laby mums and carnations. The Im wore 'a blua suit. lie matron of honor, Mrs. Rose- Jones, of Martinsburg, cousin lie bride wore a gown of white Ita and net, with imported pish lace trim, lace gauntlets a bouquet of carnations and \.s mums, with rainbow satin is and blue headpiece to i--'Â· Hdesmaids were Miss Shirley le, of Brunswick, who wore a In of pink chiffon and marqui 1 E, pink gauntlets and pink head- Je and Miss Shirley Zombro. of |var, sister of the 'groom, who blue nylon gown, blue gaunt- land blue headpiece, Miss Patsy Jth. of Petersville. who wore a In of green chiffon, with gaunt- land headpiece to match. rie best man was Mr. Lewis ,, aws, of Harpers Ferry, bro|-in-law of the groom. Ushers Mr. Charles Butts and Earl hand, of Bolivar, and Bruce |er, of Petersville. Little Carolyn Kline was flower and wore a long orchid taffeta |n with yellow headpiece and ow nosegay. Train bearer was Lee Yentz, small cousin of ! bride, who wore a green taffeta [jn with yellow headpiece and corsage of yellow mums. B Â» ring bearer was Daniel "h, who carried the rings on a Ite pillow. Realists were Charles Strietler of Inswick, Hood College students members of the choir of the vision program "Youth On The J-ch". "Because" and "O, Promise were the vocal selections. list was Miss Romona Crowl, of nswick. who wore a gown of a taffeta, with a corsage of white ns with rainbow ribbons. The rch was beautifully decorated ' Bolivar BOLIVAR. V.. Va.--Tht local alumni high school banquet and dance bazaar held at the high school Friday evening. November 23, was very successful. One hundred and one alumni were present. Lowell Hetzell, member of the board of education, gave the invo- fation. An election of officers was held, as follows: Edmund Hbftmaster, reelected president; Clifton Butts, vice president; Laughlin Mater, second vice president; Miss Betty Glover, secretary; Mrs. Myrtle Stuart, historian; Donald Eackles. treasurer. The first class to graduate from Harpers Ferry District High School was in 1915. --Mr. L. D. Nichols, well-known B. and O. ticket agent, of Harpers Ferry, is visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, in Dallas, Tex. --Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb were Mr. and Mrs. Brawner Harding and son, Robert, of Gaithersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Glover and two children, of Rockville. --Mr. Thomas Rissler, of Camp Hill, is a patient in Charles Town General Hospital, undergoing treatment and observation. He has been indisposed for several weeks. --Sgt. Enoch Vickers. stationed in Westover, Mass., spent the weekend with his wife, Mrs. Imogene Vickers, at the home of her mother, Mrs. James Turner. --Mrs. Jessie Cauffman, of Camp Hill, has been very much indisposed for the past two weeks. --Jay Eackles, of Bolivar, accompanied by Doug Moler, of Bakerton, spent a weekend in Washington. --Mr. and Mrs. Rosse LeMaster and daughters, Helen and Frances, of Beddington, Pa., were recent visitors at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Harrison. --The local Hospital Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Norman Thayer on Monday evening. --Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ready and daughters. Pat and Sue, of Washington, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ready's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Muse, on Camp Hill. --Mrs. L. E. Bush spent several days recently with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anett, at Round Hill, Va. --Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thayer, of Mt Rainier, spent the xveekend at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thayer, Camp HilL --Messrs. Kenneth Knite and E. L. Frye, of Martinsburg. visited Mr. Herbert Harrison at the home of his parents. --Visitors at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. John Newcomer, at Cliffside Cabins, were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robertson, of Silver . Spring; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Brackett, of Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Robertson and daughter, Judy, and son, Donald, of Chevy Chase; Mrs. Jewel Robertson, of Overland, O.; Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Newcomer and family, of Fleetwood, Pa. --The Thanksgiving d i n n e r ferns and white "flowers, in- served at the Bolivar Methodist img snapdragons, mums and lations. reception was held in the al room of the church, which d e c o r a t e d profusely with vers and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. ibro had their apartment furled in Brunswick and started sekeeping immediately. The le, who is a graduate of Bruns- k High School, class of 1950, is ployed by the Price Electric rmany in Frederick. The groom graduate of Harpers Ferry h School, class of '50. and em- yed at the B. O. Railroad in nswick. ?rsono/s Irs. J. D. Butler, Shepherdstown, Va., has returned to her home |Â»r a month's visit with her daugh- and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. io R. Spring, Lovettsville, Va. Lora Norrington, who is (Â·sing Mrs. Dora McGavack. of vettsville, Va.. is on vacation [h her daughter, Mrs. Myers, near Ntminster. Serving aboard the attack transit ship USS Cambria with the |cth Fleet in the Mediterranean, Carroll L,. Hedges, radioman, Â·ond class, TJSN, of 23 East venth street. \ telephone call was received Â·Iv Saturday by Mrs. Irene C. i**. 514 West South street, from Â· son, Cpl. Wallace E. Kemp, ile on a 5-day leave in Japan m Korea. He has been overseas 15 months and expects to be me by February. Vlr. and Mrs. John Ball of Buckstown entertained at a dinner rty Saturday, having as their e.-t of honor, Mrs. Ball's father, Maurice J. Dade of Jeffer- i, who celebrated his 95th birth- s. Carlton y. Summers and brvey D. Woofter are students lam this area enrolled at^ Ohio ;te University, the public re- tSons department of the Univer- ', reports. imong The Sick Mrs. Gertrude McGaha, 80 years i. who has been ill, is recovering ftvly at the home of her daughter pon-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John , near Lovettsville, Va Mrs Paul B. Rosencrantz. near Â·bana. is a patient at the Fred- iÂ£k Memorial Hospital where she derwent surgery Saturday. The following ad appeared in ;rman paper: "Obliged to leave Y apartment, and ordered by my ndlord to leave it in exactly the me condition it was when I oved in one year ago. I urgently IO mrce. several hundred cockles, and several thousand bed- Local Mentions Â· Turkey Supper RINITY METHODIST CHURCH Thursday, Dec. 6 -- 5 to 8 p. m. I Served by men of the church fruits $1.25 Children 70c Xmas Suggestions American Flyer Trains PhUco Television Motorola Hotpoint Ranges-Refrigerators Toasters-- Waff le Irons -- Mixers , MELV1N M. ENGLE . Carroll St Fhont M church was quite a success. The net profit was about $125. This annual Thanksgiving dinner is sponsored by the Pollyanna class. --Bernard C. (Sonny) Reynolds, stationed at Hunters Field, Savannah, Ga., has been promoted to sergeant. He was promoted to corporal about six months ago. "Sonny," a graduate of Harpers Ferry High School, is the son of Mrs. Lucille Reynolds Wilson, and the late Lester Reynolds, of Harpers Ferry. --John- Paul Jones, of the U. S. Navy, Norfolk, Va., accompanied by a Navy friend, Arthur Brat, recently visited the former's mother, Mrs. Rhoda Jones, Harpers Ferry. Â·--Mr. George Martin, well-known resident of Shepherdstown, is quite ill at his home, having suffered a stroke on Thanksgiving Day. \vhile he and Mrs. Martin were preparing to come to Bolivar to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawson and the latter's mother, Mrs. M. J. Rau. The Martins are former Residents of Harpers Ferry. --Miss Genevieve Noland. daughter of Mrs. Viola Noland, and the late Frank Noland. of Bolivar, is indisposed at her home, suffering from the effects of an automobile accident, which occurred at the end of Union street. Miss Noland entered Charles Town General Hospital for treatment and observation, but has returned to her home. --Mr. J. W. Ramsdill continues to improve at his home in Bolivar. --Mr. and Mrs. William McPherson and two children, of Shenandoah Junction, recently visited their grandmother, Mrs. Jessie Cauffman, on Camp Hill. --Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rosse and family, of Camp Hill, spent a weekend in Pittsburgh, Pa. Local Mention! Fine's For Expert, Tailoring And Alterations We will remodel and design any garment. Phone 2739. 43 EAST PATRICK ST. Break Your Glasses? Save the pieces. Lenses can be duplicated from broken pieces Two to four hours. Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted " Complete Eyeglass Service MAAS OPTICIANS. 242-A N. Market St. Phone 1951 Kemp's Have Them!' Every little girl wants them for Xmas! Playhouse Dolls $1.98 Add to her collection KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR BUI Anderson PAPER-HANGING 1 W. 7th St. Phone 2 n 56--J Dear Gertrude: Please meet me at the Economy Electric Supply Company, South Market and All Saints Street, tomorrow at 11. My builder tells me I can select unusual lighting fixtures medicine cabinets and Fire-place fixtures right here in Frederick-and they're so inexpensive, too. Love," HILDA Gifts, for Homemakcrsl Godey Service Plates Maroon, Blue, Green $1.49 Plate Hangers 3 for $1.00 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Don't Worry SEE ROGER G. HARLEY Room 8, K. P. Building. For Correctly Prepared Income Tax Returns M You Need Help Contact Alcoholics Anonymous P. O. BOX 162 Frederick. Maryland Kemp's Have Them! Colored Aluminum Tumblers Set of 8 for $6.98 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Uncle Tom's Auction Tues. Dec. 4th, 7 p. m., six miles west of Frederick. Dual Highway 40-A. Furniture of all kinds. Good parlor suite, one dinette set, real good. Dishes of all kinds. Two good rabbit dogs. Have anything to sell bring it along. TOM VOLLUSE Local Mentions For Gifts! 8 pc. Godey Cake Set* Cake Plate, 6 plates, server $2.98 set KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR The Perfect Christmas Gift Movietime Books To THE CITY OPERA HOUSE In any Quantity-Now on Sale at the Mgr's. Office Remember Your Loved One At Xmas All designs made to stand the winter weather. Store Room 431-A N. Market St. F. M. CKUTCHLEY Open Evenings Till Xmas The Public Is Invited Local Mentions Mr. Farmer! While the family Is ChrlstmÂ»s Shopping, you are invited to drop in at SEARb FARM STORE arm have coffee and douutx with us. The "before Christmas Time" is a slow business time- for us so just drop in for a chat. Probably your neighbor will be here too. Stay as long as you like- won't cost you a penny. Sears f a r m Store 42 S. Market St. Pat)er Hanging DONALD A. REESER Phone Fred. 1798-W-4 Turn In Tour, Junk For Highest Cash Prices Call 966 Frederick SCLAR'S RELIABLE JUNK CO. Corner East 5th East St. We Buy Iron --. Rags -- Bags -- Batteries Auto Radiators. -- Copper -- Lead Aluminum We Sell Used Pipe -- Angle Iron -- Radiators Phone 966 For Pickup Service Or Bring In Your Salvage Notice Regular Quarterly meeting Junior Fire Co. No.' 2. Monday, Dec. 3rd--7:30 p. m. Nomination of Officers. Refreshments. CHARLES E. TROXELL Secretary Alterations--Repairs MARY MILLER 27 E. Patrick St., 2nd floor Fill Dirt Large Clean Loads R. F. KLINE Phone 1330 before 5 Alterations Bone MARGARET LEWIS 451 W. Patrick St. Phone 2254-R Trespass Notices 7 cents each--75c per dozen THE NEWS-POST The St. John's Minstrel Association Frederick, Md. presents St. John's Minstrel Show, Community Hall, Walkersville, Md., sponsored by Tawasi Class, Glade Reformed Church, Friday, Dec. 7th at 8 p. m. Adm. Adults $1.20 Children 60c Tax included. Closing Out! Lot Boys Corduroy Ear Muff Capi Sl.OO KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR GOP Club of Frederick County Annual Meeting for Election of Officers and Transaction of other business, Monday, December 3--8 p. m. COURT HOUSE Frederick, Md. Visit Bud s and Jack's Aquarium 1 mi. east of Jug Bridge on Bartonsville Rd. 30 varieties of Tropical fish Aquariums repaired and made to order. PHONE 1941-W-2 For Children's Gifts! Printed Turkish Towel Sets $1.69 $1.98 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR For Sale Country Property 5 miles North of Frederick. Located off Route 15 on pew macadam road. 7 room frame house 4 acres land and necessary out buildings. CALL WALKERSVILLE 2113 Butchering 1 Time Sears is Headquarters for all your butchering and freezer supplies. Roll Cellophane--$1.39 Aluminum Foil--$1.89 Wrapping Paper--$2.98 Complete line Freezer Bags Pint to Turkey Size low as 59c SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 12 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. Looking For Gift Items? Say Merry Christmas with gifts from Sears Catalog Order Desk. Over 100,000 items to choose from. Bring in your list or phone us and we'll handle all details of ordering. SEARS CATALOG ORDER DEPT. Phone 786 12 W. Patrick St. Venetian Blinds With Plastic Tape Look Better Last Longer See Our Samples Get Free Estimate No Obligation CALL V. B. SERVICE Fred. 2092 Apples Popular Varieties--Finest Quality CATOCTIN MT. ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. Â· Phone 3087 No Hunting on my farms near Lipganore. EMERSON BURRIER For Sale Small frigidaire, good condition, cheap, $30. 427 Sherman Avenue. For Bronco Busters! Gun and Holster Sets $1.98 up Tom Mix Western Gloves ... S1.89 ' Cowboy Hats SI.98 Western Belts $1.00 Tiex'n' Jeans $2.49 Plaid Flannel Shirts 4-12 $1.98 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR Local Mentions v For Sale 218 A. Dairy or stock farm with 170 A. open land, 40 A. bottom land, 40 x 80 bank barn and silo. Fixed for 20 cows. 7 room house, electricity and water, other buildings. Located S. E. of Point of Rocks, off of Rt. 15. Possession now. Price $13,750. For Appointment See DELBERT S. NULL, Real Estate 1 E. Church St. Phone 114 For Christmas Give A Kenmore Washing Machine Just Like New, $85 CALL 1910 Lewistown Citizens Assn. will meet at hall Dec. 7 at 8 p. m. Frederick Sea Food Restaurant For The Family 500 W. Patrick St. If it swims, we have it, including live lobsters. Turkey, chicken, steak and chops. Call for reservations for banquets, l.uncheons and parties. Private rooms and dance floor. 1959-J and 2328-W. Notice F. O. E. LADIES Anniversary Banquet Calvary Methodist Church Thursday, December 13, 1951 6:30 p. m. Ticket Deadline, Thursday, December 6, 1951.--Secretary. For Sale Crocheted Work for Christmas presents. 102V4 E. Patrick SL SECOND FLOO* . Housekeeper Wanted Refined housekeeper, 55-65. in motherless home by Army officer with two quiet school-age boys. Small completely modern house in Washington suburbs. Re"?r-nces exchanged. Write Frederick News- Post box 3003. Important Notice For ladies of Junior Auxiliary Fire Co. COVERED DISH SUPPER Tuesday, Dec. 4th--6:30 p. m. Business Meeting--8 p. m. Also bring white elephant gifts. Girls Love These! Lace-trimmed rayon Pajamas White-Blue-Maize-Pink Sizes 6 to 16 $2.98 Rayon Knit Gowns (6 to 16) $2.69 Nylon Panties (4 to 14) SI.19 KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR LeRoy "Ike" Bruhaker Barber 241 E. CHURCH St-PHONE 684 Knit Him A Pair For Xmas! Lee's "Crimp Set" Nylon Argyle Sock Packs $1.98 pkg. KEMP'S--THIRD FLOOR PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE Due to the recent death of my husband and discontinuing housekeeping I will sell at my home on the road from Jefferson to Lander, all of the personal property on THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1951 At 10:30 A. M.. To-Wit: S leg drop leaf walnut table, large dutch cupboard, old meal chest, 2 plank bottom chairs, 6 splint bottom chairs, old walnut secretary, cherry chest of drawers, wash bowl stand. fine walnut organ and stool, complete bedroom water set. glassware and china, some ot" which are old. 10 cu. rt. Norce Super freezer which was new in July 1951, Hardwick gas stove, cook stove, coal stove, Philco cabinet radio, table radio, studio couch, 2 overstuffed chairs, 4 piece parlor suite, victrola. towel racks, hall rack, beds, dressers, wash stands', rockers, yard swing, .glider, porch chairs and 'benches. 12 ga. shot gun. lamps, cooking utensils, canned fruit and many items not mentioned. Fairbanks platform scales, single and double shovel plows, potato plow, iron hog troughs, drag sled, 17 tooth harrow, harness, garden tools, blacksmith tools, ladders, lot of good dry oak and walnut lumber, locust fence posts, and lots of small tooli. Terms Cash. MBS. CHARLES W. ert R. Bowlus, Auciioaww. Emme Â£ K. ADMINISTRATRIX'S C. T. A. NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration c. t. a. on the estate of NELLIE" S. TRUNDLE DERR late of Frederick Count}', Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 28th day of .Tune, 1952, nrxl; they may otherwise by law be excluded Irorn all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 26th day of November, 1951. CATHARINE M. MUTCHNER Administratrix c. t. a. William M. Storm. Attorney True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register of Wills for Frederick County, Md. Nov. 26, Dec. 3. 10. 17, 2* For Sale Brick, Slate Root dwelling in residential section, Middletown, Md. , S'^'td brickwalls, Stone foundation, 5 rooms on first floor. 6 rooms and bnth on second floor, 3rd floor can be made into apartment. Oil heat, lot 60x200. Immediate possession. JOHN L. ROUTZAHN Middletown, Md. Walco Wall Finish Sanding and Finishing Floor* W. A. CRAWFORD Phone 466 Male Femate Operators Wanted Steady Work -- Apply At WOODSBORO TAILORING CO. Woodsboro. Md. Just-Reccived-Biff-Shipmenl Army field and combat Jacket?. Navy P. Coats and fur lined jackets. Tanker jackets and leather jackets, army wool O. D. punts and shirts, navy and army wool sweaters. Shoe pacs. MILLER'S 33 S. MARKET ST. CHARLES H. BAKER 906 Motter Ave. . Phone 687-J For Sale Good Used Sewing Machines--$10 Up SEARS - ROEBUCK AND CO. W. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. Local Mention! Apples -- Apples Most varieties in season for all purposes. HILL CREST ORCHARD Phone 577 Salvage Iron -- Metals -- Rags And Bags Furnaces -- Used Plumbing --Greases-Boilers -- Machinery -- Hides All Junk In Any Quantity Pick Up Service Building Steel -- Pipe And Terra Cotta For SalÂ» FREDERICK JUNK CO. Frank Gastley Sons Phone 383 WE REPAIK ALL. MAKK FAMILY sewing machines. -Sinner, 11 North Markel St. Phone 2473. C-27dtf HjELP WANTED HELP WANTED--WAITRESSES. EX- perienced. Frederick Seu Food Res- taurnnt. 500 VV. Patrick SI 12-3d1 f _ HELP WANTED -- INTERVIEWERS for part time opinion surveys. College background preferred, not essential. Experience not necessary. Answer fully. Box 102, Care Frederick News- Post. _ irHÂ£l 3 ' '__ HELP WANTED -- EXPERIENCED married man to help with dairying and general farm work. Four-room bungalow with bath arTO elrctricity. Phone Buckeystown 3056 or apply Harold R. Shankle, Route No. 1, Adamstown. Md 12-3d3f. HELP WANTED--BOOK-KEEPER OR accountant by one of Frederick's leading business concerns. Must be . capable of acting in supervisory capacity. An excellent opportunity, w i t h ' a !ecure future, for a man of real I ability. Excellent starting salary with I generous incentives for doing H good 1 iob. Give lull details in strictest, confidence. Write Frederick News-Post, Box 110. 1 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of BERTHA R. CULLER late Â· of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with TJie vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 29th day of June. 1952, next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 26th day of November. 1951. RICHARD R. REMSBU8G Administrator True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register of Wills for Frederick County. Md. Nov. 26. Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24 ORDER NISI ON AUDIT NO. 14222 EQUITY In the Circuit Court for Frederick County. Sitting in Equity. November Term, 1951 in the matter of Farmers Mechanics National Bank of Frederick, Trustee under a Voluntary Trust Agreement of Edna Alice Cramer On Petition. In the matter of the Auditor's Report filed the 23rd day of. November, 1951. ORDERED. That on the llth day of December, 1951, the Court will proceed to act upon the Report of the Auditor, filed as aforesaid in the above cause, to finally ratify and confirm the same, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown before said day: provided a copy of this order be published in some newspaper published in Frederick County, at least seven days prior to said day. Dated this 23rd day of November, 1951. ELLIS C. WACHTER Clerk of the Circuit Court for Frederick County William M. Storm, Solicitor True Copy--Test: ELLIS C. WACHTER Clerk dNov. 26..Dec. 3 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE , This is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration on. the estate of CLYDE D. MAIN. Sr. late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 21st day of June, 3952 next: they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those Indebted to the deceased are desired to make Immediate payment. ' Given under my hand 'this Iflfch day of November. 1951. CHARLES F. CULVER Administrator ; Tru Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF Register of Wills For Frederick County Md. 4MÂ«V. M. 2Â«. D*e. 3. It. IT HELP WANTED Frederick County Health Depl. Must be college graduate preferably in bacteriology or science, and must be resident of Frederick County. Starting salary $2,820.00. Apply in person Frederick County Health D Hull. Frederick. ept., Winchester 12-3dfit HELP WANTED -- MALE CLERK- typist for oil company. Good salary and chance for advancement. Apply immediately in own h a n d w r i t i n g to P. O. Box 645. 12-1 d2t OPENING FOR YOUNG MAN Real opportunity for a voung man with sales experience to manage our boys' department. Knowledge of hoys' clothing helpful. Many good employe benefits. 40 hour work week. Good salary plus overwrite on department sales. Apply in person. See Mr. Brown, Sears Roebuck And Co.. 12 West Patrick St. I?d d3l _ HELP WANTED--WHITE WOMAN TO clean Frederick east office. 3 hours daily. Write Box 3002, News-Post. 12-ld3t HELP WANTED -- WAITRESS TO work 4 to 12. Good wages and tips for right party. Give age nnd experience. Write Frederick News-Post Box 2310 12-ld6f Clour Out! Lot Men's All Wool Tweed Topcoats RpKiilai* $32.50 $24.50 KEMP'S--MEN'S STORB Frederick Homes Insulating Co. SEE H. J. KESTER 316 E. Third St. Frederick. MJ Phone 532-J For 'Eagle-Pieher Insulation Turkeys--Turkeys--Turkey* ELMER E. DIXON Phone 934 .1. Frank MÂ»in ami Son Wnllpjiper, Papcrtutnglntf PHONE 1S38-R OR 41-J Toy Sale The Community Sales annual toy sale .will be held.Friday even- inn Dec. 7th in building to rear of 238 W. 5th. St. Send your toys in now for t h i s sale. Call at 5 East 7th or Phone 2658. Truck available. JOHN L. PONTON. Auctioneer Floor Sander For Kent By The Hour or Day FISHER'S APPLIANCES 13 E. Patrick St. Phone 151 TnÂ« MnncUy,- I)f eemlw 8, 195t SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED--MARRIED MAN WANTS job on dulry fnrm with Koorf tenant hOUM. Addrrns Box 3013*c/o Krrd- erli-k Newit-l'onl. 12-ld3t" LOST--L1TTLF, GIRL'S K1TTRN, FE- male, whit* with black and yellow spols. Reward. Gnle Love. 211 Mnplo Ave, Phone 15S2-W. _ 12-3d3f -'FEMALB BEAGLE. "BLACK. white and tnn. Near Fountain Rock. John Bitrnev. Wnlkorsvllle. Phone Walkersvllle 3121). ll-30d3f WANTED WANTED -- GOOD HOME FOR FE- male rat terrier dog. Housobroken. Call Brunswick 3752 (2-3d3t WANTED TO BUY--QUIET GENTLE pony for child. Daniel Lre, Jr., nenr tlrbana. Adamstown. Md. ll-3Ud3f WANTED -- TO BORROW tO.SOO. Write Frederick Ne\M-t\ut Box 270SK JLhyd"!" _ WANTED~-HO"U~SE TO" RENT. ISAAC __King. 327 E. Church St._ 1 l-27d6t* _ WANl'BU--OLU'GOLUi GOLD GwVSS frames, gold teeth, wa'.oh cases ring?, etc. Hlghext cash prices ?dld Landl* Jewplry Stora. 33 South Mar- icet St. Â«-tr PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Â«Â«~- - --Â»^--~* , ~---w~---- -~*tl Could You UsÂ« $30.00 --Â· $130.00 -- $250.00 or morp in cash to help meet the expense* which uÂ«- UHlly nrlne al this time of yenr? If no. we cordially Invite you to accept this invitation to call on us, lot the money you need, PKOPLES FINANCE CO. 11 North Court St. (A Home Small Loan Co.) P. B. ROOP Good productive 78 acre dairy farm near New Windsor. Also 10 acres of good woodland near Covers Corner. 12 rm. frame house with asbestos shingles, oil hot water heat, bath. Bank burn with modern .stable for 16 COWK, also room for dry cow* and heifers. Block dairy, concrete silo, other nee. blclK'i. in Kood repair. Along with 2R hetd of good HoMteln dairy cows and hellers. 75 chickens. Allis Chalmers tractor on rubber and full line of tractor machinery. Farm, Stock. Machinery Dniry Equipment all for $40,000. Good 7 rm. house in New Windsor with elcc. bnth Recently painted. Yard nnd RiiraRe. $8,000. home alone. P. B. ROOP fc'SON Real Estate--Auctioneer New Windsor 4081 156 W We Buy Most Anything SULLIVAN'S ANTIQUES 2 mi. Eas--t on Rt. 40 FOR RENT WANTED -- AUTOMOBILE SALES- roan. Excellent proposition for a producer. Apply Weil Brothers. Inc., 331 North Market St, 9 to 12 a. m. Il-30d3t FOR SALE -- FREDEKICK STOKER, good as new. 8 East Church Si. _ 12-:id3f ELECTRIC MOTORS. PUMPS ~ANI) xv.Uer xv.sti-ms, Inns and blowers, compresso! 1 !. heatlnR nnd high pressure boilers, hoists, concrete mixers. welders, Â·speed reducers, V-belt drives. construction equipment. Hugerslown Equipment Co.. HrtRerKtown. Md. ____ 12-3ti4t FOR" SALE-- TWO" GOOD "USED sH cvclt";. one bov's 26" nnd one girl's 2G"~. Call 24:3-.l or 22H. _J2-3d3t FOR "SALE -THREE HAMPSTERS Vl e.-u-h. 4 12_ Military Road IMdllt* FOR SALE--REG ISTEIIED'HOLSTEIN bull. 9 months old. Dam has 520 Ibs. B.F. with 38",. tcM, Also registered Holstoin hull calf. 2 weeks old. Phone 123-J-l Micidlelown. Cecil K. Holler. Sr.. Jefferson, Md _ 12-3d3_r " ~ _ _ FOR -BALK-- 90"0 DATES FIRST CUT- tinfj alfalfa. $30.00 per ton in barn. 300 bales mixed timothy liny. $2,"i.OO per ton In bnrn. Oscnr Dulnney, Manchester. Md. Phone Harnpsfead 7153. FOR SALE - - WOOD. SEASONED. hardwood, any length. Phone J-4. '_2 " TOR SALE--GIRL'S BICYCLE; GOOD condition. $15. Cnll 475-R a f t e r 4 p^ m. J 2 :j?. c13 !*_ . FOR SALE--ELECTRIC "REFRIGERA- tor and eleclrlf range, used hut not abused. Phone Frederick 13H2-.1 12-3dtf FOR~SALE ~~ HOTPOINT ELECTRIC stove; also electric refrigerator. Call l_8. r Â»8-W __ J2-3d3t FOR SALE--20 FAT "HAMPSHIRE hogs will be sold at the Wnodsboro Livestock Sale. Tuesday Dec. 4 t h . Three hogs weight around 250 pounds. and have been corn fed for fi weeks We will sell them in small lot* of 3 and 4. Woorisboro Livestock Snli-n. Inc.. Woodfboro, Md. Phono 4100. _ 12-3dlt FOR~SALE--2-2B" " GlllLS' BIKES," "l IB chemistry M-t. Apply 5 to 7. 122 W. Patrick St'. Rubeck J2-3fJ3l* FARM---HIS ACRES ABOUT 150 CROP, meadow, timber. Dairy shipping D. C. shed. Needs nltcrntion. $18.2^0, includes D. C. dniry equipment Purchaser can buy 20 grade cows,-one hull 5,4.300. Libernl finance. Phone Law- smi._Mt. Airy 114-W. 12-KKU FARM--24 ACRES"FOR ' CROP,' BEEF. hogs, nice stream, 5 room house, electricity, telephone, on hard road, Â¥5.450. Phone Lawson, Mt. Airy 114-W. 12-J d3t F"OR~SALE--LOTS ON "ENN SHOP Road near Kemptown. Phone Mt. Airy 270-W-3.. L 2 *L'i 1 .?,L- BAlTED HAY FOR SALE-'-APPLY S. C. Foglc. New Midway, Md. Phone Walkersville 3.1 (14. 12-ldBI FOR SALE -- - "DeLAVAL "MILKER u n i t . Phone Mt. Airy 277-W-2. 12-ldgj FOR "SALE---inrTToRD. ~SHANKLF. - S Gnrnge. 16 W. South S.I. HMj(1 r FOR SALE--ELECTRIC MOTOR, 3 h p , 3 phase, with starter. Reasonable Detroit Jewel Ga5 Range, double oven. Phone Mt. Airy 277-W-2. _ FOR SALE--G. E. IRONER. USED about. 30 hours, like new $150. Phone Burkcvtown 41R4, l _i".3 0t ' : ? t * FOR SALE--MODEL A FORD. "GOOD condition. Daniel Lee, Jr., near Urhana L H -JIOdJlT FO'R"SALE--ONE CAR RADi6,"$i2.o6. One 550x17 tire, like new. !|ilO.O(). 1 X TV a n t e n n a , $8.50. W. Lamrnolle, 39 E. 5th St. 11-30d3t* FOR SALE-- BUILDING LOTS. 50x150 on Catoctin avenue. Phone 2308-W. __ 11-30d3l FOR SALE-- D. E. STOKER. SEE IT working evenings. 1207 N. Market st FOH SALE-- PIANO AND Good order. See It evenings. 1207 N. Market St. Il-30d4t FOR SALE -- COLSON TRICYCLE. Also Philco table model radio- phonograph. Apply 335 West Church street. Il-30d3t FOR SALE--BOYS' BICYCLE, 1 YEAR old. Good as new. Priced for oulck sale Phone 2G89-W. FOR SALE--RAINBOW GUPPIES AND snails. Phone 1764. Il-30d6l XT: i HELP WANTED--CARPENTERS. ON- ly experienced need apply to Vivian S. Wilt, Adamstown. Il-30d3t* FOR SALE--I CHESTROBE. Y. M. C. A., after 4:30 p. m., ask for Wm. Peddicord Il-29d6t* FOR SALE--BLOOMING AFRICAN violets, all sizes. 3205 N. Market S phone 1479-M. Il-29d4t HELP WANTED--COUPLE. WHITE, $300.00. Farmer (not dairy) gardener with wife as laundress, first-class: apartment provided, no children, near Baltimore. Write stating experience to Box No. 2809 c/o Frederick News- Post. H-29d6t I FOR SALE--1937 LA SALLE $75.00: 1938 Chevrolet tudor, good condition $150. Will consider offer on either one. GaithersburK 363-J-l, HELP WANTED--MACHINISTS FOR general shop work. Phone 575-J. Il-27d5t HELP WANTED -- MILK TRUCK driver to Baltimore. Married man preferred. Regular work. Phone Brunswick 4761. ll-27dof WAITRESS WANTED--APPLY BUF- falo Restaurant. ll-27dtf HELP WANTED -- MARRIED OR single man for general farm and dairy work. Will pay good wages. Sterling Roberts. Mt. Airy, Route 4. Il-26dl0f HELP WANTED -- EXPERIENCED driver for oil truck. 'State qualifications. ' Write Box 2406 Frederick News- Post. ll-26dtf IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR DIS- trict Manager of old established firm. Permanent and local. To hire and train men making pleasant contacts among home owners, farmers and small land owners in semi-professional capacity. Car necessary. Must be over 30 and have successful sales managerial background. Proven training program and excellent compensation discussed at interview. Write Mr. Sanderson, Box 202, Newark. New York State. 11-26dflt HELP WANTED--EXPERIENCED ME- chanic. See service manager, R. C. Sapplngton, Key Chevrolet Sales, Inc. ll-2rtf HELP WANTED -- NEWSBOY AT 'once, to carry morning paper route on West Patrick St. and North Market St. Apply Frederick News-Post, Court St. 10-31dtf WANTED--YOUNG MAN 21 TO 30 for office and outside work, leading to administrative position with good future for proper party. Commercial high school or equivalent preferred, typing required. This Frederick Industry offers good starting Â»oiary and periodic increases. Also paid vacations; retirement plan, group life, accident, health, hospital and surgical coverage paid for by employer. If you are interested apply In person to Maryland State Employment Service, Winchester Hall, Frederick. Md.. or apply in hand writing glvlntr refcr- imcM to NewtiPoit Box 3512. FOR SALE -- TOY AUTOMOBILE. Apply 401 South Market St. Il-29d3t* FOR SALE--1949 CHEVROLET 1 Â»,4 ton truck. Sacrifice for quick sale. Fhone 575-J. Il-29d3f FOR SALE--1935 FORD PICK-UP truck. Heater, new paint, good rubber. Also 1934 Chevrolet tudor. radio and heater. Phone Karns Garage. New Market 2681 Il-29d6t FOR SALE--GEESE $5.00 EACH. FEW pairs for breeders, white Chinese only. A. T. Winters. Phone Myevs- ville 2139. Near Wolfsville. Il-29d3t FOR SALE--129 ACRE DAIRY FARM along main highway. Write Box 2711 News-Post. Il-28d4t* FOR SALE--FORD, EIGHT STATION wagon, Dec. 1949, good condition. 3 spares, $1,450. Phone Middletown 49. ' Il-28d8t FOR SALE--COCKER SPANIEL PUP- pies, beautiful black. A. K. C. registered and pedigreed. Frederick 876. Il-28d6t FOR SALE--GIRLS' BLUE 26 INCH bicvcle. Like new. Apply 13 West 7th St. Il-28d6f FOR SALE -- HAND CROCHETED chair sets. 31 E. 7th St. Phone 1398-M. ll-27dfif FOR SALE--PHILCO 10" TELEVISION adapted for color $75; child's blue 35" auto, like new $9.50; 20" wheel tricycle, heavy rubber. $8.50. E. K. Hclwig. Walkersville 3601. Il-27d6f FOR SALE--FINE HOLSTEIN COW. second calf, home raised, heavy milker, also first calf heifer. Call New Market 2781. ' 1 l-26d6t* BALED HAY FOR SALE--APPLY S. C. Foglc. New Midway, Md. Phone Walkersv'.lle 3164. ll-26d6t FOR SALE--FINE ELECTRIC RANGE, barrels, containers, gallon jugs, jars, cans. 5c. Barbara Fritchie Candy Plant. Il-24dl2t* PIANOS FOR SALE--MODELLO $15, Laffargue $25. Excelltone $49. Student's pianos, $99.00. New ,Spinets, low prices. Remember Cramer has been satisfying customers for 40 years. Crier's at Barbara Frltchl* Plant, Washington road. Il-17d30t* FOR SALE -- REPAIRED GENERA- tors, starters, fuel pump*. Blatr'Â«. 332 W. South M. HMMM 1548-M, FOR RENT -- Â« ROOM BUNGALOW, steiuu heÂ«t. city water, .sewage, pipe- trie stove, rrfriuerator. $100.00 month. Immediate possession. Phone day Buckeystown 31133. evenings 4321. _ __ 12 - :id:u _ RENT"--'two" APARTMENTS": one 2-room; one 3-room. 7 miles from Fr*dcrick. Charles fisher, phone Mittdletowil 24-M. 12-3d3f (Â·'OR RENT ~ ti ROOM HOUSE, OIL heat. g.is. electric, telephone Call B;addoglt_27it. __ !2-3d2t* FOR RENT" -Â·- PUKNJ'SIIKD. FRONT Bedroom. Phone 1537-W. _ 12-3d3t TOlOlENT -- NICELY FURNISHED bedroom, two bi-ds, suitable for two. next to biilh. Centrally located. K F.,ist Church St. l2-3dBf _ FOR RENT--FURNISHED BEDROOM, working girl preferred. 119 E. Pat- rlclcjft. __ 12-3dÂ«t* _ FOR RENT -'- GARA'GK APPLY 204 Dill Avc.. or phone Â«03-R. 12-:td2t FOR RENT--S ROOM APARTMENT, location 518 W. Patrick St. Apply Geo. B. Kvhnr. 521 Elm St, Phone 1023. 12.3dflt FOR RENT--FURNISHED BEDROOM nnd Hnracr. 328 Mndlion street. FOR RENT--APARTMENT CONS1ST- Ing of four rooms and bath on Ihird tloor, lorntcd at Brndrtorlc Heights. Rent $55.00 per month. We have no objection (n children but this If, not suitable for tlienl. there- for no children. Write Box 108 Frederick News-Pout giving some ref- eienees 12-1113J ' FOR RENT--COMFORTABLE!TROOM and bath dwelling with furnace heat. Locoted on State highway ncnr Liberty. Properly Includes sevrnil acres, exceptionally InrRc chicken houses, gnrajjc nnct smÂ«ll bnrn. $75 per month. Immediate possession. Call G. M. Chnpllne 870. ll-2ldlf FOR RENT -- UNFURNISHED TWO room and bnth apartment. Apply 203 S. Market after 5 p. m. _ _ T 11 -2PdfJ t Â· FOR RENT-- SMALL FURNISHED apartment, girl preferred. Apply 121 W. Second St., or phone B45. _____ ___ __ FOR'RENT-- ROOM AND BOARD.~AP- p I y 24l \Vest 51h. I ___ RENT-- STOREROOM. HEATEIX 72 So. Market St. Robert L. Grove. Phone 512. 9-ndtf FOR RENT--SINGER SEWING MA- chlnes by the month Singer SewlnR Center. 11 North Market Street. Phone 2473, Â«-27dtf 'JUU'JIl'l b. NULL JUST LISTED 14-A. B-rnn. W.B. house, elc. r water In house, small barn f(c other blrtfif.. good water supply, south of Lnnder, Md. M.l500.00. PoÂ»s. to suit. This ' Â» real buy, being sold by 'he heirs. DKLBERT Â«. NULL Real Eitot* Insurance Auctionpp? Phone 114" 1 Bunt Cmm-h St. BOHN 10-A. property. 8 room frame houne, all necessary oulhldds.. in fair repair, water al door, electric. Stnlp rond nearby, bun service, also school bus Early poss. This properly line he'-n reduced from $fl,500 to $5,500 for quick sale. MURRAY C BOHN Phone-- Union Bridge, Md. 371B R. D No, 2 .Tohnsvllle Represented by A. L. Knowles. 518 Elm St. Fred. Phone Frederick 1592-W JIJUJCREAGEJI^ 9 A. farm. 7 rm. house, $5,500. 6 rrn brick bung., all conv.. $13.500. Store and 8 apt. bldg., $40,000. 52 A. farm, 6 rm. house. $8,900. 8 rm. house, 3 yrs old, $5,250. 86 A. farm, good house. $8.600. 30 A. farm, 6 rm housp. 2 car garage, chicken house and sm. barn, $8.500. 2 story house, 1 ',4 A., garage, summer house, well water. $8.400. CHARLES L. CREAGER 3)6 S. Jefferson St.. Frederick, Md. Phone 1199-R after 5:00 P. M. Rep. George R. Mitchell. Broiter Modern gasoline service station. 2- bay, with fine clean location. Quick sta'rt assured a* owner includes ',4- ton Chev. pick-up service truck, jacks, steam jenny, grinders, high pressure grease gun, battery charger, spark plug cleaner, cash register and full complete line of equipment and all mechanics tools too numerous to men- lion. Sacrifice $1.550.00. Stock at inventory. For further information see Agent, R. L. Zentr. SirtOTTT REALTY. Tanevtown, Md. Phone 4471. 7-room frame dwelling with all modern conveniences, nice lawn and shrubbery. Western section. 6-room new frame ranch type dwelling, strictly modern. Western section. 7-room new brick semi-bungalow with all modern conveniences. Western section. All are new listings with immediat* possession. Must be Inspected to be appreciated. Other listings. Mirny choice buildine lots. For particulars contact HOWARD A GROSS, Realtor 9 Court St. Phone 977 Member Real Estate Board of Frederick, Inc. A. LUTHER KJJUWLES fi-nn. frame house, modern. In IhrivlnK village. 10 mln. drive from Frederick. Larjjc lot. Garage, $8.400. 130 A, 7 rm. brick house, modern. Bat to. bnrn for 26 cows. Price $25,500. B acri-s, 10 room brick house, nice Uwn and shrubbery, barn and other outbuildings, edge of village. $12.600. 7 rm mod. block hou.se, Ig. lot 4 ml. out, $10,000. 5 rm. mod. block bung, on hard rond, 3 ml. north. $R,400. Good country store with Uvlrut .nrtfTK, equipment. Located on Imp, hiwny. $13,000. Other Listing's A. LUTHER ICNOWLES 518 Elm, St., Frederick. Md. Phone 15S2-W Representing Murrav C. Bohn. Broker RALPH W^BOYLR 8 room frame house. 14 acres, small burn and outbuildings. Water and elec In house. Stream. Near Lander, $rÂ»,Â«oo. 7 room frume house, 1 acrÂ«. In Monrovia. $(i,f!00. ti room brick cape cod bungalow, hath, oil heat. New. Grant St., $13,1150. 7 room dwelling, bath. 3 car garage, oil heat, deep freezer. Wllon nvo. Immediate po?Â«. Price $17.500--with two lots facing on Rosemont Ave.. $22.000. fl room home, oil heat, other b)dgs.. 3 la Here* Innd. Â»r. Myervillc. 3 apt. house, each with hath. LlvÂ« and rent. Downtown $15.500. fi room brick ncml-detaehert dwelling. Bath, Â«,team henl, stoker. Apt. on 3rd floor. Elm Street. $13,500. 2 lots, Fnirvlevr AvÂ«. RALPH W, BOYER AGENCY No. 1 N. Court St., Tele. 2214 -- 2453-J Insurance Heal Estata Salesmen Wm C. Hnnn - TelÂ« J771 5 room partly modern brick dwelling, Outer St. Immed. pos*. $5.200. 6 room partly modern dwelling, E. 7th. St. Inuncrl poss., $5.000. fi room modern brick dwelling. K. 7th. St $7,500. 5 room modern bungalow on edgÂ« cltv. PORK, .10 dnyn. $10.500. d'i acres improved with 7 room frump dwelling, warngc, stable, etc. Owner desires quick sale, $8.800. 4 miles writ of city. 5 room modern brick bungalow, hsnlwood floor, oil heat, garage. Im- tnrd. Pnjm, Near schools. 5 room modern bungalow, northern section of town. Owners leaving Frederick nnri desire quick sale. OrtAYSON H. MERCER Ar SONS Real Efilnte Loan* Insurance Pythian Cantle Bldg. Phone 83T Salesmen E Paul Mngnha, 1780-W John L Ponton. 2658 (HERE'S YOUR DREAM HOME) New brick nimbler. Â« large rooms, fireplace, H. W. floors, built In til bath-8,hower, oil heat, lovely kitchen, bull! in u n i t , garage, large lot, 30 minute bus service. Possession at once. New snow whit* concrete block home. 7 Iftrgc rooms, complete K. unit, fireplace, built in tilts hath-shower. Ttmkr-n burner oil heat, garage, large lot. 30 minute but service. Possession at once. $1.848.00 INCOME YEARLY FOR YOU Brick home. 3 apts.. private bath each, hardwood floors, stoker heal., concrete basement. Ideal location. Market street BldK. Iot: Two f!2',:i ft. lots on West 7th St., at Falrvlew Ave. List your property with Koogla for Â« quick itale. Your Real Estate Broker KEEFER M. KOOGLE Cor. W 7th and Grant PI. Phont 85 Office Hours 2:30 to 4 P. M.--8:30 to 9:00 P. M. 10:30 to 11:30 A. M RUSSELL Z. HORMAN l^-acre. 6 room, all modern, two- story home, $8.500. 2-car garage and other outbuildings. 7 rooms, all modern. 2 story home, with 3-cnr fjarage and 2 acres of ground, nice lawn and shrubbery. 5 rooms, all modern semi-bungalow, large lot, jÂ»aragÂ« and chicken house, $12.500. 51 seres with Â« 10-room all modern C alatial home, with all necessary farm uildinKÂ». 104 acres, 7 room house, with water and elec. bank barn, silo, wagon shed, chicken house, etc.. $15,000. All modern 5 room home. $5.800. 115 acres. 10 acres woodland and timber, 5 acres peach orchard. 3 acres raspberries, 9 room brick house with water and elect., bank barn, wash house, hoc pen. etc., $10.000. 224 acres, SO acres meadow, with creek 20 acres woodland, 8 room house and bath, 5 room tenant house, 2 car 'garage, wagon shed, bank barn. 90"x4.V, 32'x40 - silo with 30 COW ties in barn, an excellent dairy farm, $40.000. ' . . Lots for sale Many other listings. RUSSELL Z. HORMAN Phone Buckeystown, Md.. 4061 Rep. John L. Beall fBroker EMMERT R. BOWLUS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE New eight room brick dwelling recently completed containing 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, all modern conveniences with oil fired furnace. Hardwood floors throughout and ample closet space. Garage. Full basement with large room for recreation room it desired. Situated in one ot the best residential sections of Frederick opposite Culler Lake. Price reduced to $24,500. with immediate possession. 9 room modern brick single residence with two baths, situate on East Church street, near Market. Newly painted snd decorated interior. Adaptable for apartments or home with offices. NOAH K. CRAMER * SON Realtor* HM North Court *t ttrÂ«d*rick. Md. 280 Â«nd 25 J acre Wash. Mkt dairy farms. Fi'ed. Co. 248 and 137 acre Bait. Mkt. dairy farms Fred Co. 106-A. with 14 stall D. C. barn, good bank barn, dwelling located 7 mi. N. Frederick. $17,500.00. 168 A. Wash. Co. stock or dairy farm, fertile land along macadam rond. I good buildings. $26,000.00. 117-A. stock farm, macadam road near Adamstown, $9,500.00 28 acres along macadam road near Brunswick, stone dwelling, large frame storeroom, outbuildings. CITY AND TOWN HOMES 6 room modern brick tmngalow. Linden Hills, $13.500.00. 6 ',4 -room all modern bungalow on Wilson Place, large lot. Grant Plnce bungalow with 2 bedrooms. $12,000.00. . New Market--7 room brick dwelling, small greenhouse, large lot. $9,000.00. Burkittsvllle--5 room modern brick dwelling, garage, $5,300. 6*'i A, with 6 room house, water, electric, fruit, 3 mi. Fred. fl room house and large lot iÂ» Myersville, $4,500.00. 2 modern R room dwellings in MUt- dletown. Immediate poss. KMMERT R, BOWLUS, Realtor 100 West Church Street PhoM M* Frederick, Md, Â«. L. Kelly 2399 H, L. Alemandar. Buckeystowm MU I. A. Vanuworth S4lÂ«-W .,. NEWSPAPER!