The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 20, 1948 · Page 7
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Giants Win; Braves Lose Cincinnati, July 19 ()--Leo Durocher's New York Giants hammered three Cincinnati pitchers for IS hits today to smother the Reds, 14-2. behind Larry Jansen's steadv seven-bit pitching. Placing Willard Marshall between the slow-moving Johnny Mize and Walker Cooper to avoid the possibility of double plays. Durocher had the Giants taking chances on the bases. Four bases were stolen--one by Mize. Komeruns by Bobby Thompson, drove in five runs with three hits, and Walker Cooper, each v.-ith two men on base, gave the Giants a substantial early lead. At the end of six innings, with little doubt remaining about the outcome of the contest, Durocher rewarded Billy R;?ney. Whitey Lockmar and Cwper with the rest of the day off. sending in Jack Conway. Les Lay;on and Walter \Vestruzn. The score: R. H. E New York 14 18 1 Cincinnati . . . 2 1 0 Jansen and Cooper. West runs: Peterson, Kughes, Cress and La- msnno. Weal Dairvnien Eke Out Win Over Pi E. Co. Ideal Dairy softballers eked out an 8-7 thriller over Potomac Edison: and Sears' team replacing the Meiical Company in Municipal League play. triumphed over · United Firemen. 9-0. in companion · games of tfce Municipal League. : played in Baker Park, Monday 1 night. ' Tonight. Idea! plays C. P. on the Bathhouse diamond. The Ideal win was a seesaw con. lest until the fourth inning when : the Dairymen counted four runs. Pitcher Getzendanner helped win Last Friday Ideal defeated Independent Firemen. 12-6. The Sears- Crtited go last night was stepped up from the scheduled play for next Friday by agreement. Xo game is now scheduled lor Friday night. Sears has won two strsigtu since entering the loop. The score: R H. E P. E. Co T 12 '2 Idea! . 8 iu 1 Cy Moore and Schir.del; Geuen- danner and S C!em. Game Eiids In Tie After Ten Iimiiigs Senior Staley Park League softball play deadlocked Monday night when, the game beiwe«n the Staley Park Dodger* and North End Aces, ended in a 1-i tie. *t : darkness after ten innings. A beautiful pitchers' duel was interrupted because of the lack of \ arcs. E. Leiihart of the Aces fanned ten. but Wagner of the Dodgers was charged with one less hit allowed, while striking out j only three. Last night, the Dodgers scored first. In the third inning. Easter- American League I KcMilts Yesterday I Philadelphia. 6-0: Chicago. 0-4 ·Cleveland. 7- Washington, 6 Boston. 4: St. Louis. 1 Detroit-New York, rain '11 innings Games Today Detroit at New York St. Lou:s at Boston 'Chicago at Philadelphia 'Cleveland at Washington 'Night garr.e and winners are as follows: Horseshoes. Don Hildebrand. first and i "Shorty" May. second: block relay. I Barbara Sprankle. first and Sylvia 1 Kelly, second: hole bow!. Franklin Martt. first. Elwood Unglcbower: croquet ball bowling. Butch Tracey, first and Harold Scheely; j French ball. Cathy Engle. first. a:sd Martha Reeder: ja^ks. Wilma Reese, first and Ruth Lambert, second and paddle tennis, Phillip Carol, first and John Diggs. s-econd. E L E C T R I C A L W I R I N G Residential, Commercial and Industrial riXTl'RKS or ALL TVl'ES AND REPAIR WOKE. HARRY TINKEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Pbone 169! The News. Frederick. Md.. Tuesday, July Z». 8EVC}« DAVID O. GRIFFIN KI1E INSURANCE Now more than ever you need adequate lire ii»i-taiice because fire Insurance replacement values are up. Your present policy cannot b« put DELJ5ERT S. NULL BOUSES 1 acre improved -with 4-room dwel- linc. electricity, well water, all necessary outbuilding*, located near Point " Rocks. Priced to sei). . jwav .ind forgotten without risk of I 6-rwm modern frame house. h*rd- ·.'·rmuv f'»nncLil los-: To avoid this I wo °^ Boors. could b* u»ed for two los*. loKvult in todftv (families. Located in Brunswick. Md. LOTS * DAVID O. GRIFFIN ! «7xl87 -- West Second Street city. 75x187 -- Upper College Ter.. ,'T X. Court phone Many turtles live more than 100 Standing Of The Teams Cleveland Philadelphia his own game with a circuit clout- iay walked and E. Reddle tripled ' New York him 12. The Aces knotted the count in the sixth when Bo Blumenauer got on by a fielder's choice and look second. Ke plaied when Atkinson let a ground ball to the outfield ge: by h:rr and was charged with a two-base error. The score: K. H E Dodgers 1 5 2 A*- E- Aces i 4 i Wagner a:id Rineh-an: E. Lenhart and Chipley. Boston Detroit St. Louis Cliicago W 50 53 ·* - ·55 41 33 -V 26 34 36 41 47 5J 53 Pet. .C25 .602 .55-1 ·.53t5 .500 .367 .31:9 Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting CARTER L. REID Phone Braddock Iltts. 6271 x Lioiis Soflbailer? PK-'s Edge Cubs Chicago. July 19 .3*--Emil ··Dutch" Leonard was raked for 11 hits by the Chicago Cubs here today. However, he managed to stagger^ through with the Philadelphia Phillies for a 5-4 victory that gave the invaders the rubber tilt of the three-game series. Timely hitting paid off for the Phillies, v.-ho used all save one of their eight hits for runs production. They routed Doyle Lade with four runs on six hits in the fifth and paired a couple more for their final tally in the eighth when Ralph Caballero singled and Johnny Blatnik doubled for the decisive marker. Andy Pafko pounded out his 16th homer for the Cubs. It was Leonard's ninth win and the initial loss for Lade, who started for the first time since being recalled from Lor Angeles a week ago. The score: R. H. E. Philadelphia . . . 5 8 1 Chicago . 4 11 1 Leonard and Seminick: Lade. Borov.-y and Walker. The score: R H Ideal . 12 19 Independents 6 9 o _ w May. Fleishman and Keller, Bak- Break ill W 111 CoiUlllIl er and S. Clem. Frederick Lions broke into the F. win column of Civic Softball 3 NEW CLL'B rORMEI) · A new local club mixed white and , colored semi-pro basebaii players to be known as the Frederick Travelers, makes its t'ebui tonight as McCurdy Field meeting the Wilham . P. Larki::. colored. American Legion ! nine under the arcs. t-tartisig at S 30 . o'clock. '· Veteran pJayers of Frederick, in: eluding Tv.-.y Wagner. Frank ; James and the 'ScCutcheon boys. , Harv and Wes from Point of Rocks, are included sn tl:e Travelers' !:r.e- up; as is aliO Hart Xslberry. color- He::rv A IO not heMt4te to consult T h i * office on Fire. Automobile CiMtipeiisxi- ticn or any other Insurance matter-. HAROLD C. FJU'SHOt'R -·j West r.::rn-i. !s. Phone 115". Frederick. MJ. CO. League, second-half standings: t a k - , e d pitcher fro-ii DouL ing an 11-5 count from local Op- , Croff is the tea::. ma::ai tirnists at Staley Park. Mondav Local DeMolay Team Loses To Silver Spring 5 baseball decision from , Frederick representatives of · Molay. Sunday afternoon on 1 local High School diamond. The losing team equalled the Juniors take on Croff clasms to have i m i m b e r of hedu!s.-d :o play tne Travelers. am^::g v.h-,::i a:e the Panther* and Marinii- The score: K H United 6 9 Sears 9 9 4 C. Miller. Tyeryar and B. Miller: G. Lewis and Yaughars. night. Tonight. North End Civic Association, also Baltimore a one-time loser in second round burg play. \ Three runs by the Lions in each MEDALS RECEIVE!* Silver Spring DeMolay took a 7- of the first and third frames of last " The :necaSs fur the \vi»ners a:;d the night's contest, sewed up the vie- second place of the various journa- De- tory. The first trio resulted from the a single by Shipley and doubles pounded by Hicks and Brookey. the The second triplet of scores was FOR SALE New 6 room houses with all modern conveniences. Immediate possession. Can be financed. Ap- piy CURTIS W.THOMAS Jefferson Street Thone 2I44-J PUBLIC SALES --***~**av^,~*^*^-·^--^.-^ J -«. Pt/BLiC SALE OK PERSONAL !RO1'EKTY Nisi! 4:ui*Nu:i Due 1o S " : , . . . J h j\ e ^uiJ sii 1 ; re«i ev.atc viini i c a \ si!K c:!\. «· I \ \ t t l NC!J a: SvS Tr.iil Ave . Frederick Mi! on SATfKUAY. J U L Y ;·» !:^« teBiin:Ric a: ! o clock P .M . ( D S T the !\:ic\\;n; 5^-w:f t^iatis can be obtained here by both !ii«..'! .«!-.(! v, omen, single or married. :· ji; 'opes oi eisiplo} Bient and ail w."is of l:if Anyone past twenty- one w i t h regular income »nd the a»,h'\ to rv.ake monthly, scau-month- -J »'» ments UM receive a loan here. J'KOPLFS FINANCE CO. 1'iune 1*73 ! 1 North Court St. (A N"::e MiiaU lo»i Company* ··uite, ! t-i:J!e:. S brj : visitors' hit total but were unable started by Rudy and Rhoads singling and Thomas' double. The score: K. H. E Optimists same team, got a pair of doubles. Bussard and Mullican; Main and ! to bunch blows to plate runs. Engle. ; Frederick De Molay with three i singles for five times up. was top ^ 'slugger of the day. Shipley of the Lions 11 10 ' same te: Four of the Silver Spring hit- · Shipiev. ters got two safeties, including ' ' Pitcher Harris. Fielding of the j Frederick nine left much to be de- ; Rational League sired. : The score: B. H. E. : Results' Yesterday . Silver Spring 7 10 2 Philadelphia. 5: Chicago." 4 he!d at the playgrounds all over the city have been received and wii! be distributed today. The medals were donated by the Kiwanis club. The events NEW L U M B E R Sawed to urder Also 2.\4. 2x6, 2x8 Boards Odd Lots ··', Price FORD CAR Phone Frederick 723-M Bs'-5 Ed«:e Bra-re* Pittsburgh. July 19 (jP.--Danny IHuriaugh's 5nfielJ single off the glove- of Pitcher Johnny Sain in the seventh, scoring Raiph Kiner from third, broke a sc»reiess tie to give the Pittsburgh Pirates a 1-0 victory over the Boston 3ra% - es tonight Aged Fritz Ostermuller scattered seven hits in getting credit for the shutout, his sixth victory of the season. The score: R. H. E. Boston 0 7 1 Pitts" »urgh 1 10 0 Sain and 7vTasi: Ostermuller and Kluttz. _ Frederick . . 5 10 ! Harris and Larrimore, Kennedy; · ] Dorsey. Kolb and Bruchey, F. · ' Burger. I .Xe-.v York. 14: Cincinnati. 2 Pittsburgh. 1: Boston. 0 Brooklyn-St. Louis, rain ; ASSIGNED TOP WEIGHT Monmouth Park, N. J.. July Games Today ' Brooklyn at Chicago 19 "Xew York at St. Louis LOU YOTJNO DIES Philadelphia. July 19 VP--Louis Alonzo ' Lou Young, coach of the University of Pennsylvania's 1925 Rose Bowl team, died today after a brief illness. Young, \vhose Penn football teams from 1923 to 1929 won 49 games, lost 15 and tied two. succumbed to a cerebral hemorrhage. His 1924 team, undefeated but tied once. lost to California 14 to 0 in the Rose Bowl. Young entered Penn in 1910 and made the varsity football team as an end in 1911. Later he became a halfback and captained the 1913 :!even. He became the Pena coach in .923. 1 -·?,---Kacina's top money winner, j Boston at Cincinnati i Stymie, has been assigned top-: 'Philadelphia at Pittsburgh 1 weight of 129 pounds for next Sat- , *rvjght game \ urday's renewal of the S25.000! ° ; ivlonmotith Handicap. Mrs. Elhel D. j Standing Of The Teams ' Jacobs' prize bargain claim, hot on j "W". : the traJl of the turf's first million ^ Boston 50 . dollar bankroll, is asked to con-1 Brooklyn 40 · cede 46 rivals from 5 to 29 pounds. ' Si. Louis 41 ; a formidable assignment over the , Pittsburgh 41 i mile and a quarter run. ! Rated five pounds away is R. , X. Ryan's Talon, winner of the 1 S1CO.OOO Santa Anita Handicap. · but a very doubtful starter. At | the 120 mark are W. L. Brann's i '. Gallorette. queen of the thorough- j ' breds. and James V Tigani's Dou- j ble Jay. ; New York 40 · Philadelphia 40 | Cincinnati 38 '. Chicago 35 33 38 39 39 39 44 46 Pct.| .602 .513 .513 : .513 .506 .452 .452 .427 NowlsTheTime For all carpentry work, repairing, remodeling, new construction, see Thomas.Constr.Eng.Co. 310 Jefferson Street . Phone 2144-J It Pays To Shop at SHIPLEY'S \VHEKE YOU'LL FIND THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTION OF SPORTS EQUIPMENT-- Baseball Softball Equipment Fishing: Tackle Tennis Golf Equipment Guns and Ammunition Whatever your favorite sport we have what it takes. SHIPLEY'S Sport Store 103-105 N. Market St. and e\ter..:on table. -! r«j;vt-r- ! Morr:% chair. 5evcr.«! ^^:l·-.!·.. I new eiectric iron. I os! stove l.iker. v^-veral tables. and benches, i !\l^ ruc !«t o: icat- ter ruts miy aisu.ui:: « . ( j;. ; !'o. b!a:)k- ets. pillows, spread*. is*:e!i. e t c . Kit of pscture*. hi;ise ma.U" voap K l a - s :run j.irs. c!u:«.a ;!a-s w.,r- ..in! C.H.K- :sl^ utensils An\ .in- t a:.: »·: K-is^t:: to-ii^ A;te:!'l :'!··. -^:r -TERMS -- CASH V.KS V 1 R U I E E \VACHTER. Owi;c: John W N«1J n:j,| Ue!bert S Null Auv!iL-nt cr-. 11. M Alexander. C!er!; Civic Softball League SUES RAILROAD : i Cumberland. July 19 :3, -- A $25.- . · 000 damage suit brought by Robert ! \ Leasure against the Baltimore and ] ' Ohio Railroad is scheduled to go j : to trial in the Washington County j [Circuit Court at Hagerstown Wed~-i £ik s Results Monday Lions, 11: Optimist. 5. Game Today NECA vs. Juniors. Standings of the Teams W. L. 1 j nesday. j Lions =1 i Leasure was struck on a crossing j Civitans 0 i last November and suffered the Juniors 0 : loss of his right foot and other in- j NECA juries. i Optimist . . 0 1 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .000 -000 .000 .000 FAMOUS promptly FORD-BUILT TRUCKS available- as os ow $ I247 THE THAMES ANTIQUE SALE Community Hall. Plane No. 4, 11 Mi. East of Frederick, on Route 40 WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1918, AT 10:00 A. M. REFINISHED FURNITURE Hcpplewhitc xvalnut chest of drawers, inlaid: maple stand with drawer, walnut stand with drawer. dou?h tray on legs, walnut 4- leg table, cherry 4-leg breakfast table, shoemaker's bench, 6 Adams chairs. FURNITURE IN ROUGH Walnut marble-top \vashstand, walnut marble-top coffee table. 2 marble-top stands, solid end walnut bureau, wine cabinet, pic safe, pine washsland, sink. 2 small sideboards, marble-top walnut sideboard, walnut what-not. GLASS AND CHINA Dresden lamp, miniature Gone with Wind lamp, student's lamp, liansin^ lamp -with prisms. Gone with Wind lamps, large Staffordshire figure, satin glass cracker jar. blue Staffordshire cup and saucer, pair Watcrford decanters, Jacob's ladder compote, vaseline leaf footed dish. 7-piece Button and Daisy berry set. pair fine cut and panel compotes, pair hexagonal Bull's-eye compotes, creamer, sugar and butter dish to match, ruby block butter dish and creamer. 100 pieces of clear and colored 51 ass in hobnail. bar- Icy, bleeding heart, sawtooth and tulip, grape. 6 beaded acorn goblets, rare sprig cakestand. cut glass, lot of milk glass, set of gold band china. Ironstone china wheat pattern. 6 Haviland bouillon caps and ssucers, blue Staffordshire plates. Toby pitcher, caster set. brass kettle, walnut frame. Ogee mirror, foot scraper, many other articles too numerous to mention. SALE HELD RAIX OK SHINE -- LUNCH SERVED P l ' H L I C -SAt.K OF V A L t ' A U L E RF.A1. AND PERSONAL PROPERTY !ntcnd:n£ to iIiNCorst::u:e h»u\ekeep- i«K. 1 thall oiTer at piii-'.u- valt- o-i my property located 2 mile-.- north ..'t Kocky Ridge on the Ricic JR:i!(;o- rHotter's Station ro:«d SATURDAY. Jl'LY 24. 1948 at 12 OO noon iDnvligh: Titnc- the ;«!- Sowing personal pro|H!rl . "2 complete bedrotnii sun«-«. 2 bed*. R-ft. extension table and « chairs. 12 antique tl:ib-hat!on chnir^ fi a::iqu- cane-seated chairs. ! cnu-.:i /!oet. I antique sideboard. 1 upholstered living room Miite. upright piano, m good condition; marble-top' tu!!.-. antique chesl of drawers, hantlmade a:-.ti(|iie cherry wardrobe, seuirii; machine, icebox. kerosenc-lnrni!it: hrater. coa! stove, v. o«H!-bur»inK k i s c h e i - rasiKe. k:tchcn tables, occasional table*, rti^s and li:ioleuii rockerx dishes and cooking uteR^iU. garden p!ow arid other garden tools, laun chairs, glider, manv hand and mechanic"* tools. and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE--Cash No to be removed until settled for REAL ESTATE At the same time the undersigned will offer at public auction on the premises, the property consisting of 40 acres of land. 15 acrct of which are desirable woodland, the remainder in a qood state of cultivation. The land is improved with nn eight- room frame house and alt necessary outbuildings The hoi!!o is equipped with electricity and -.vater 1s obtained from a deep artesian well, conveniently located. Possession of the above premises August 1st v.-Hh the exception of crowing crop.s. the rights to which arc- reserved until gathered A cash deposit of S30O 00 !s required on day of sale. All costs of conveyancing to be borne by purchaser. MRS W. P. SMJTU Harry Trout. Auct. GLENN TKOUT. Auctioneer R. L. KELLY, Clerk THOMAS D. ODEN TRUCK THE THAMES Vz-TON TRUCK £# Fuel Oil Shortage an(/accor(///jp fo f6c experts ; f/na/ fcrrf for years.. Economical to operate-distinctive-built to last! And-the low price includes painting in any color you select. · Yes, ii's true! Xow we bring you the Thames Trucks -- the largest-selling light- duty trucks in England-- ami. you'll get prompt delivery on them! Thames Trucks give you gasoline and oil economy seldom equalled. Their short vheelbase makes them easy to handle in traffic and easy to park. Their distinctive appearance is good advertising -- calls attention to your com- pany s name, especialiv as vou can have your Thames painted in any color jou want, m no extra cost. And these Thames Trucks are solidlv buift with traditional Ford craftsmanship. SERVICE FOR THAMES T R U C K S A V A I L A C L E A T E V E R T F O R D D E A L E R Selected Ford dealers carry a complete supply of part? and Ford dealers acryulicre will lir ulad to sen ice \oiir Thames Trucks. Stick Your Neck Out ? BURN RICE ANTHRACiTE COAL IT'S PLENTIFUL and CHEAP *r.d you can fcava ^^ ^ ^Oectric Furnace-Man A _ - C M * : , ; A . J : - H » C - - C i. i-.it INSTALLED IMMEDIATELY Jf s:oi?£ in» f.-e. reg^iafej ire crafts, remove* ffie -i l -e£. Keeps you- ns-e war.-n «r.d cc-- - forfsbV, and ii birrs rics cos' w^c'l h «!w«y$ pieni::«l and cheap. u p t o 5 0 % o f F u e l O i l B i l l Invest Igafe loday -- end your Home Hearing V/orries Forever ALL-DAY Tractor and Power Machinery Sale at BEVERLY TWIN MARKET FARM MACHINERY AND LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE G. K. Wagner. Prop. Phone 442-J-2 K. I). 2, Eliiabcthtown, I'n. Saturday, July 24, 1918 .t 10 -V. M. Sharp. HT EiRht miles south of l«i-«t.;v. Pa., two milei north of ·"" -? · '_hto\\n. Pa., on old Hcrshev r*~- 70 New Used i ractors All makes Combines, Balers. 10 new Corn Pickers, some Self-propclled: Side Rake.-;. l.nDO otlirr pieces of Tractor and Horse Machinery; Drills, Plows, Disc 'lar- rows. Anything you are lookinc for. CARS, TRUCKS 100 HOGS, CATTLE Brine in your surplus m.TChincrr before Sale nay. G. K. WAGNER. Next Sale u i l l he Ai:j. 21, K. I.. ZENTZ ATTFNT5ON" RETIRING K USM£RS \Vo !.j\t- :· f"er u u ui;htn hort a \ e r v :!:- i:o;ert\ ( ru-jilv an acre LarKc iar1c:i N;)3ce. nice pasture lot in ai!a!!u. j:«i:y (rull. itrand »hadi.-d l a u n l,o\e! 7-ruotn home in excellent condition \\s:!i r'rc tfk new waiter sys- Itri^i. nice porcisev beautiful views. 2 p^uilry h«u-.c$ l *»:sc !ievk- \vuh papeci uairr H-.eat -.uixi'ier A. hoc houses. K-ir;iK'c. «-!c Weil fenced Kvtrythlng neat .Ss riceJy i»!n(el Mu\t be seen l» !K- asprrriai.si Kor c'-"cic »»!e »t ST (K0 l\«-.iact R !. /ei-.t/ STROl'T KKALTY. «'\^hi»-i\r brokers, Tanev- tv»v\n. Md. I'll. ijC.-J. CITY HOMES KOR SALE Six r*o:n modern brick residence N« 3 Weal Seventh Street. Priced for a r,u:ck sale. E:i;ht room bruk lv\-el!ing. oil heat, hnth Wen Thlrtl Street. Immediate possession, owner chnnginc residence Modern residence, six room*, oil he,*.. li :i r d w o o d floors. Garaije. Grovint!? landscaped vi-uh lovely iiirtibbery and tree* Owner leaving c i t y Early poMcssion. Western section. Fur further particulars, apply: NOAH E. CRAMEU SON Realtors 114 N Court Si. Frederick. HSil. _jvJX^^^MILL^K__ K rm mod. ideal home, completely remodeled, lulwd. 11. separate entrance large ru:. for commercial purposes. if desired, good location. 5 rni. mod. buncalo^v. 1 acre, rir Krert'k . mncnrt. rd Lovely view. $7.300. Mod. bungalow gg garage, city. Conv. located. Poss. 30 days. $3.70O. C rm. mod. bunnalow. double «nr. lar^e lot. close Frcd'k. on highway. SD.500. ft rm. ^torte bimgaiow. mod. to minute. \V. section. Price reduced. 3-s:ory Colonial apt. house, -t aTMts . Karaces. ideal location. 5 rm. apt. 1st II. Poss. (0 days. $15.000. 33 acre farm. St. highway, mod. hou^e. reasonably priced. I 118 acre dairy" farm. $1,400 monthly milk ck. n:axter house, also tenant h.v. all mod. bides. 30 dn. poss. S18.000. Complete stock and full equip, can be also purchased $7.000. 4G-acre stock farm. Rood house and outhuiidinRs. elec.. water. 2 trout breams. Crops included. Poss. 30 days. Good mnd. S6.000. 3-strry residence In business section. Large front easily converted to commercial front. 3 partly finished apts. on 2nd and 3rd fl. 515.300. Other homes, commercial prop. inc. factory sites and ideal farms. Buv or Sell--Consult us First I FRANKLIN D. MILLER [ EVELYN M. MILLER Real Kstate--Insurance. 3 N. Court St. Phone 852 Auctioneer i Real Estate laiurance :20 W. Patrick St Phone. 1133 MURRAY C. BOHN 53-A. 6-room iracie house, electric. ! water at house bara. al! bidgs. under netI roof, fair repair, sooie tira- j ber, good meadow. 2nd. grade dairy. ' half hay crop and 2 acres tomatoes go with farm early possession. Owing j to age and alcknes this place has been reduced for quick sa so only $«.500. Owner desires quick saie. MURRAY C. BOHX Real Esttt* Phone Union Bni:ce. «-J P. B. ROOP 1 acre. 6-room frame hosts*, electric, good well water, iron: and side porches, concrete walks, nice lawn, chicken and brooder houses, garage, etc This , house and buildings are aJJ nicely painted \\uh good metal roofs, in good repair. Close so stores, churches etc riaht alone Route 26 between Taylor-s- vjlle and Jjbertytown. j.r:cc $3.300. 60 P. B. ROOP Phone 8'i-J New Windsor. M H A_RR Y__E._MJ[)HLE_R _____ · 6 room brick house in Kood condition, bath, furnace, about 4 blocks from center of town. Early poss. 6 room semi-brick bungalow, h. w. i floors. Karate, strani heat, tile bath. · concrete basement. N. section of town. ! Quick posi | 4 room modern bungalow, steam i heat. h. w floors. Immediate pou. j 8 room modern apt. house. 4 room · and bath on each floor, h. w. floors, concrete basement. Quick poss. 3 room modern frame house, steam heat. Karate. X. section. Early poss. : Green house property and contents. ; well established business, well located in Frederick. Immediate poss. '. HARRY E. MOHL^R ; Real Estate i 113 East Third St. Phone 2074 HOWARD A. GROSS FOR SALE ( 8 room, frame, slate roof, modern I dwelling, well constructed, beautiful I lawn, comer lot In residential section i of Brunswick on thru street to Frederick. ARC and health is only reason ! for selling. Good purchase. Many other listing* in and out of Frederick. When buying or selling real estate be sure to consult with HOWARD A. CROSS Realtor j Phone 877 9 Court St, Frederick BIDCHE BANTERS O\/ · '_ .1 i AND H/33CHERY : J_JOTICES^ EXECUTORS' NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscribers have obtained from the Or- pnaris Court of Frederick County, in M:--y!and. letters Testamentary on the estate of HENRY S. B. DcCRANCE late ot iTrenerick Couniy. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased rc warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof. legally authenticated, to the subscribers, on or before the 23rd day of January. 1940 nest; they may otherwise uy law be excluded irom all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to the deceased arc desired to make immediate payment, Given under our hands this 21st dr.y of June. J9-58. EDWARD J. SMITH. Executors. Edward J. Smith. Attorney. dJe 22.2D-Jy 6.13.20 ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the sub- rcnbsr has obuuncd from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of JAMES K. CAREY Lite of Baltimore County. Maryland, decero^cd All persons having claims aKainst the deceased are warned to exhibit vhe same, with the vouchers thc-reo!. iegaily authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 30th day of January. 1349 next: they may otherwise tay !a-.v be excluded from all nei'.ef.t ol said csiate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make .mrr^ediatc payment. Give: 1 , under my hand this 23th day of June. ;3t3. RUTH S. CAREY. G. H. MERCER SONS 4 room modern bungalow, steam heat, immediate poss. $7.000. 6 room modern brick dwg. in Western section, hardwood floors, steam with stoker, cement basement, garage. 4 room modern bungalow with steam heat, hardwood floors, cement basement. 3 miles from Frederick. Priced for immediate poss. 1 acre improved with 7 room dwelling in Mt. Pleasant. Immediate poss. $6.300. 7 acres improved with 7 room modern dwg. 4 miles west of Frederick. $7.300 33 acres. 4 miles west of city. 7 room dwelling. Immediate poss. S3,- 000. GRAYSON H. MERCER SONS Rent Estate Loans Insurance Pythian Castle BIdg. Fhoae 337 RALPH W. BOYER dJe 29-Jy 6.13.20.27 DON'T K AlCMED SHE: 'tJOUJiD UK A CHm« VHIU K£C KEAO Off' F0«0 FftODVCTSlMADC IN X N C L A N O SOLD ALL OVER THE WORLD on display at THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO., Frederick CULLER HEFFNER 7th and East St. PHONE 10S BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Will be needed !h)s year to meet increased production co-;Ts Producing Good Chicks is Our Business Maryland - U S Approved Pullorum Pa^ied Hatcher;,TURKEY POULTS Broad hrc.i;ted Bronre and White Holland t V r l ' e for ratajotne and L a t c * t Puces. CHICK HATCHERY TO W SOUTH ST W.TERJCX, MO ·PHONE 4 39 XO. 15.412 EQUITY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FREDERICK COUNTY IN EQUITY. Kcc.na O Stite vs: Adam W. Stitz. The object of th:s Si!l is to procure a divorce A VINCULO MATRI- MON1I by the Plaintiff. Retina O. S:.--?, Irr.m t;:c Defendant. Adam W. S'.nz. The B;:i states in substance t h a t she Pia:nt:fr. Kcgina O. Stitz. is a rcsMent of Frederick County. Maryland, where she has resided for more , :han one year last past: that the Defendant is also a resident of the State of Maryland, and when last heard from was residing at 7403 Fait Ave- r.ue Bai'-.rr.ore. Maryland: that the nariie 5 : 'Acre raamed at Ellicott Citv. Maryland. Apr:] 6. :925. by Re : .\ .Murnford a recuSarly ordained Mjn- :s'er of :he Gosp?!: that no children v-e~e born as a result of said mar- r;.icc: that after :he marriage the p^-7 c^ ]j'*crt together as man and w i f e ur.ljl about icn years ago -when !he- Defendant without just cause or r'-.^on deserted and abandoned your C^mpiamarit. that the desertion is dchbcratc and finsl and has continued ;:-.. n'crri,p;c-i;.v for more than IS n^on'.h* prior to the filing of this Bill of CoTrsplsiri;: :ha" the separation of ti-c rar::c"; here:", is beyond any rca- *nnibV expectation of recorioliation. The B:!I prats that the Plairitiff be d:\orcs-l A VINCITLO MATRIMONII: f i » t ^.c may ha-.-f such other and f u r t h e r relief a? the nature of her c^?c may require. It :: thereupon this 8th day of '.7-,.; : .. 1043. by t h e C-.rcuit Court for , Frederick Count\. sitting as a Court · o' Er,::!y. ORDERED that the Plaint .T :;,xe notice to the s.i:d Defendant o" t h e object and subM.ir.ee of this B'l! n cai.i.".s a cop% n; :he same 11 he p":b!ishccl in ^ome ncv. spaper pun'ishcd ;r. Frederick County once a v.cek for fo'ir sisccc^^ivc w e e k s prior to t:io 7th day of A'JKii 1 ;:. 1948 com' n!3-i(''n~ h:'-.i to be pncl apoear in this Co::rt in ncrson or by Solicitor, on or b e f o r e ;hc 23rd day of A i: gust. 1948. n n d shou cause, if ari he has, xvhy a i Decree shall not be passed as prayed. ' ELLIS C. WACHTER. i Clerk o' the Circ'iU Court I for Frederick County. i ;7ilbur ~ Sheffield. Jr.. Solicitor for Complainant. FiiCQ Julv 8. T48. True Copy Test- ELLIS C WACHTER. CJerk rtTv n I K 7^ 70- H u p « Modem brick dwelling on MJIitary Road. Close to entrance to Camp ] Detrick and near city bus. 5 rooms j and bath first floor. 3 rooms and bath J apt. 2nd floor with private entrance, i Annual income from apt. $600. A new. privately built home and good investment. I Apartment houses on W Pat. St.. j S Market St. and E. 2nd Street. . Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings, well located, i RALPH W BOYER | BOYER INSURANCE AGENCY · Frederick Representative For Murray C, Sohri ( No. 1 N Court St. Tele. 2214 KEY CHEV. SAL-ES. INC- IT V.-JLL PAY YOU to insist on Genuine Chevrolet Parts v.-henevcr repairs arc made on your Chevrolet car or truck. Genuine parts always St right and insure rnaxium performance. We use only genuine Chevrolet parts In our service ciept. Let Key Care for Yo-_»: Car: KEY CHEVROLET SAiES. INC.. ; 106 E. Patrick Si. Pbone 707 EMMERT R. BOWLUS COUNTRY HOMES Jefferson Blvd. at Braddock Heights, beautiful elevation and valley view. 8 rooms, bath, lavatory- large closet space, attic, frame modem dwelling, new automatic oil teat system. 2 car garag» Dwelling papered and painted interior in past year. Lot 80i:20O ft_ a!so extra lot. Possession September 1st. Priced for quick sale. Inquire no-w for appointment for inspection. Country home on Route 240. seven miles south Frederick, all modern 12- room dwelling, beautiful shrubbery, good outbuildings. 3 acres oi land. Possession to suit. 12 room frame, all modem, automatic heat in country home at Woodsboro. good outbuildings, all recently painted, excellent condition. House suited for 2 famiiv occupancy. 9 acres oi land with road" frontage. VALLEY STOCK FARM 145 acre* in upper Middleto-.vn Valley 31 cres :n fine timber, balance »n pasture and cultivation. 9 room Br. house, large bank barn on Balto. milk market. S9.000 for quick sale Possession late fall or Apnl 1st. 1949. Other fine farms and country properties, -ity properties, small country home. Inquire at this office. EMMERT R. BOWLCS Real Estate--Insurance--Auctioneer 100 W. Church St. Frederick. Md. Phone 885 Salesmen Horace M. Alexander -- R L. Kelly Phone fl" 1 ! or 22~4-W Phnn» IN £V SPA PERI JEWS PA PER I

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