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Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 9, 1970
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DEATHS ELLEN NAOMI CARTER Mrs. Ellen Naomi Carter, 76, Widow of James Howard Carter of Kaoxvffle RFD 2, died at the Washington County Hospital Monday morning after an illnoin of two weeks. She was born at Yarrowsburg, the daughter of the late Prince Albert and Jane West Himes. She was a member of the Brownsville Church of theBrem- Snrvivors include a Mrs. Charles Barnhouse of Yarrowsburg; two sons, James K. Carter of Hagerstown, and Alton B. Carter of Knoxville; nine grandchildren; and four-great- grandchikiren. Services will be held at the Brownsville Church of the Brethren Thursday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Glen Timmons will officiate, Interment will be in the Brownsville Cemetery. Friends may call the the Bast Funeral Home in Booosboro until noon Thursday and at the church one hour before service time. Friends may visit the family Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. a£ the funeral home. FUNERALS CHARLES M. FRITZ Funeral services for Charles M. Fritz of Union Bridge, who died Friday at York Hospital, were held Monday at the Barton Funeral Home in WalkersviUe. The Rev. Eugene A. Gardner, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Mahlon Welch, Delmar Fox, Monroe Stup, Thomas Scheel, George Droneburg, and Edgar Emrich. Interment was in Rocky Hill Cemetery. Etchison Funerals Date Back 122 Years Anniversary (Continued From Pag* One) der; Baker Park Carillon Concert 3 jun. Open tor inspection 3-5 pjn. David Hasan. Frederick this yearcekbrdces its 22Stn anniversary. The following it OM of a series of brief of the city's relating to articles on oldest bus!their founding aH early years. SOD establishment moved to the Trail Mansion" on East Church Street The Trail Mansion was built to the last century by the late MRS. ANNIE E. LARMAN Mrs. Annie E.Larman, 75, died Monday at Anne Arundel Hospital in Annapolis. She was the wife of the late Harry G. Larman of Boyds. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy M. Harner of Annapolis, two sisters, Mrs. Mary Roberson and Mrs. Eva White both of Dickerson; 11 grandchildren; and 37 great-great- grandchildren. Friends may call at the Hilton Funeral Home in Barnesville from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. today. Services will be held at the funeral home, Wednesday at 3 p.m. Interment will be in Boyds Presbyterian Cemetery. JOHN E. FRY Funeral services for John E. Fry, wbodiedSaturday.wereheld Monday at 2:30 p.m. at the Creager Funeral Home in Thurmont. The Rev. Ivan G. Naugle officiated. Pallbearers were Calvin LOOT, Vernon Myers, Merle Pryor, Leroy Riffle, Albert Zentz, and Barry Zentz. Interment was in United Brethren Cemetery. Margaret Jones of the Rebecca Lodge conducted services at the funeral home Sunday Evening, with Miss Dorothy Will Weller, noble grand, Ruth Crise, vice noble grand, and Gladys Firor, chaplain. LESLIE LUHN Leslie Luhn, of Dawsonville, This concerns the M.R. Etchison and Son Funeral Home fete* at 106 E. ChurchStreet. established in 1848. By MONICA MAIN Staff Writer For nearly 122 years members of the Etchison family have operated burial services for Frederick countians. In February, 1848, John Garrison Etchison founded a small funeral home in the county town of Jefferson. He died in 1878 and was succeeded in ownership by two sons, Louis C. and Eugene Etchison. Years later the deathof Eugene brought a third son, M. Kelly Etchison into the business and he OSCAR C. SMITH Largely attended funeral services for Oscar Clifford Smith, husband of Margaret Stockman Smith, who died at Frederick Memorial Hospital Friday, were held at the M. R. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., Monday at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. George W. Fitch, pastor of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Jefferson, officiated. Pallbearers were Warren Fry, promptly bought the interest of the other brothers. The year 1922 brought the Etchison Funeral Home to Frederick where a branch establishment was set up on West Patrick Street. Three years later in 1925, the home was moved to the second block of North Market Street in the Schroeder building. M. Reily Etchlson's son, A. Hart Etchison, entered into the partnership in 1927. The final move occurred in November, 1939, when the Etchi- Howard A. Remsberg, Pearl, Norman S, Maryland L. Hale, died Monday at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda. He was the son of the late G.W. and Amelia May Reid Luhn. Survivors include 'his wife, Mrs. Julia E. Carter Luhn of Dawsonville; four sons. Leslie Tod Luhn of Barnesville,. Donald Lee Luhn of Laytonsville, Millard W. Luhn of Rockville, and George S. Luhn of Wheaton; a daughter, Mrs. Eugene Zimmennanof near New Market, three stepsons Jacob S. Carter of Darnestown, James L. Carter of Killeere, Texas, and Charles C. Carter of Orangedale, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Edyth Carrick and Mrs. Mabel Williamson, both of Baltimore; three brothers,! John R. Luhn of Baltimore, Edgar Luhn of Rockville, and Maynard Luhn of Beallsville; 21 grandchildren; and a great- granddsughter. Friends may call at the Hilton Funeral Home in Barnesville today from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday George W. Morrison, Charles C. Smith, Millard S. Smith Jr., and C. Vernon Smith. Interment was in the Lutheran Cemetery. Jefferson. JOHN TAYLOR Funeral services for John Taylor, who died Friday at the Frederick Nursing Center, were held Monday at 10:30 sum. at the Creager Funeral Home in Thur- 'mont. The Rev. Franklin C. Jones officiated. Pallbearers were John Robin- 'son, William Stitely, Howard Davis, Lawrence Ricketts, Emroy Collins and Howard Schumacher. Interment was in Mt Olivet Cemetery. CoL Charles E. Trail who travel ed widely in Europe, Oa one occasion he took his new wife to Italy sod was "overwhelmed" by r. From ·"" " " Park Carillon. Costumed hostesses at all buildings. Sunday-Manorial Park (West Second Street end N.Bentz Street. -12 to 6 pan. "Art to The Park" -Display of local and out of" Kids the architectural lines of the mansion were drawn. The exterior of the large home is Ital- iante style, Within the home, Italian marble fireplaces can be found in nearly every room. Recently removed was a room- length slender tub and latrine done in Italian marble. A set of servant bells was another luxury preserved from the days of the wealthy Trail. In June, 1954, the fourth generation Etchison, F, Hart Etchison, became a partner in the firm* Seven years later, following the young man's death, a new partnership was formed between hie father, A. Hart Etchison, and his mother, Mar jorie, with Frank R. Smith Jr. The partnership of Etchison-Smith still prevails today; however, the Etchison's maintain controlling interest in the funeral home. It has been the constant aim of the Etchison Funeral Home, throughout its 122 years of service, "to render superior service with sympathy and deep human understanding; to lighten the burden and the distress and do all that is humanlyprossibletomake the occasion ablessedmemory." artists. Refreshments by Inc.-Musk by Frederick Out. Commemorative Coins will be on sale. Open all week-Historical Society-1 to 5 p.m.-Barbara Frit- ehie House 9 to 5 pjn., Roger Brooke Tansy House, 1 to 5 p.m. 2,600 UJ5. Troops End Viet Service WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon says 2.600 American servicemen left Vietnam last week leaving 425,480, about the same nuntoer that were there in mid-April when President Nixon announced a year-long pullout of 150.000. Brief Shower Dampens Area A brief shower early this morning dropped .01 of an inch of rain in the Frederick area but was followed by clearing skies sod rising temperatures. Today's forecast calls for fair and sunny skies as the mercury rises to the upper 80s. Skies will remain fair tonight and temperatures will dip to the 50s. Continued fair and warm weather is predicted for Wednesday. On Monday, the high reading was 84 degrees and the overnight low was 50. Denies Meeting Ban Mrs. Helen Alexander of near Frederick, has denied knowledge of a recent incident reported in an area paper concerning her alleged eviction from a TRAIN meeting last Thursday night. The article, printed last Friday in the Hagerstown Herald, reported Mrs. Alexander and several other activists as having been denied entrance to the meeting at West Frederick Junior High School when they refused to pay the full $2 contribution-entrance fee at the door. THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Tuesday. Ane 9. Page A-5 LOCAL MENTIONS akamreck Majerettes KIDS'DAY AWARDS 1st Ed. Watters, Rockville 2nd. Bin. H. Albert Dean, Fred. 3rd. Robert T. Gray, Clarksburg Bicycle--Mrs. Charles Stone, Fred. Retired Carpenter * Sea Desires Repair ft Remodeling Work 293-2019 or 293-2677 MOTldS Sen. Smelser Answers Legislative Questions at 11 ajn. Park Lawn ville. Interment will be in Cemetery in Rock- WALLACE WALTER YINGLING Funeral services for Wallace Walter Yingling of Taneytown, who died Friday at his home, were held Monday afternoon at the C. O. Fuss Funeral Home. The Rev. Maurice Arsenault and the Rev. Eugene Eckerman officiated. Pallbearers were Mark Sanders, Murray Baumgardner, Norman Baumgardner, Raymond Baker, Glenn Martin and Robert Flickinger. Interment was in the Lutheran Cemetery in Taneytown. FOREST A. ROGERS Forest A. Rogers, 66, of 417 South Illinois Avenue, Martinsburg, W. Va., died Saturday afternoon in King's Daughters Hospital where he had been a patient for the past week. He had been in failing health since Christmas. Born at Bayard, W. Va,, February 1, 1904, son of Rosser L. and Harriet Harrison Rogers, he was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Mr. Rogers had been choir director of the church for 25 years and was the organizer of the Youth Choir. He was formerly employed by Potomac Edison and later was a salesman in the appliance department of Nichols Discount City. Mr. Rogers was a member of the Martinsburg Kiwanis Club and president of the T.B. Association. Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Alice E. Kline, whom he married October 26, 1936, at the home; one daughter, Mrs. Eugene (Carol Ann) Foltz, Brunswick,; two grandchildren, Laurie Ann Foltz and Bradley Foltz, both of Brunswick; and one sister, Mrs. William James, Southgate, Mich. Services were conducted Tuesday at 10:30 a,m. at the Kogelschatz and Coffman Funeral Home by the Rev. Henry K. Brown, his pastor. Burial will be in Rosedale Cemetery. Emmitsburg Girl Critical Following Fall From Window A two and one half year old Emmitsburg girl is in serious condition at York General Hos- York, Pa.i today with head Zoning (Continued From Page 1) alderman to overturn a planning commission approvaL Implied now is a majority vote of the board of aldermen which more closely conforms with the city charter. The board of aldermen, if a change or modification in aplan- ning commission approved code is desired, must still send the case back to the planning commission which may or many not make the desired changes. Section 22.23 was omitted entirely. The commission took under advisement a proposed zoning text amendment dealing with signs permitted in a B-0 dis- JUMU, luin, jro.. wu«v "«" ·«·»·»-- injuries suffered in a fall from a third story window in the Beegle Apartments in Emmitsburg about 7 p.m. Saturday evening. The victim, Elizabeth Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cunningham, Emmitsburg, was playing on abedroom window sill in her parents' apartment when she fell through a loose screen and plunged to a concrete sidewalk striking the left side of her face. She was removed to the Warner Hospital, Gettysburg, in the Emmitsburg VFW ambulance and was later transferred to the York Hospital's intensive care unit via the Gettysburg Fire Company ambulance. According to reports, a six- year-old child playing outside witnessed the girl's fall and told her parents. France has 25.7 cars for every mile of road. trict. The proposed amendment had been considered by the board of aldermen but was sent back to the Planning Commission for consideration after attorney Richard E. Zimmerman asked that a stipulation be tacked - on to the proposal excluding historical districts from the provisions of the proposal. Johnson suggested adding a limit of the size of signs covered by the proposal, at 100 square feet, as a further addition to the Proposal. Zimmerman represents McDonald's Restaurant which would be the first benefactor of the amendment if it passes. David Weinberg, representing interests in the College Estates area, against McDonald's, described the proposal as unsound. "I see no reason why the people in an historical district should be afforded more protectionthanthe people in College Estates. This is just as bad as the last one." Orville Brand, representing the College Estates Civic Association, said he will continue to oppose the amendment and went into a recount of the history of the battle of McDonalds' between the association and the firm. "We expect the city government to protect us from encroachment," he said, and added; "So far as I see it, College Estates has gotten nothing but a slap in the face." Johnson suggested a limit on the width of signs covered by the proposal at 10 square feet. Zimmerman had no objection. In another case, an application by Hillcrest Orchard for preliminary approval of 226 lots on Butterfly Lane, was continued until the July meeting of the commission. The reason was given that the developer of the subdivision is not the "contract purchaser" of a parcel of land through which a reworked plan shows one of his proposed streets running. By MONICA MAIN Staff Writer Senator Charles Smelser answered questions on recent legislation at the Frederick Jefferson Democratic Club on East Fourth Street Monday evening. Smelser explained the recent bill creating the position of a full time state's attorney. The Bar Association urged members of the legislature that due to an increased workload it would be in the best interest to have a full-time state's attorney. Starting next year, a full-time attorney will find the office at a starting salary of $18,000. He also explained the reorganization of the state executive branch which involved roughly 250 state agencies. For efficiency and economy, former Gov. Spiro Agnew appointed acommis- sion to study the feasibility or reorganization of the executive department of the government. Four new executive departments were set up in 1969, all headed by secretaries and seven appointed last season. One of the more controversial departments is the department of transportation. This department includes the State Roads Commission, Department of Motor Vehicles and the Maryland Port Authority. Smelser voiced opposition to the inclusion of the Maryland Port Authority. He said there will be an adverse effect on the operation of the Port. Friendship Airport is not included in the department. It is jointly operated by the city of Baltimore and the state. Smelser continued to explain the Department of Economic and Community Development and the Budget Bill. Of major importance to everyone, Smelser pointed out, is the topic of drugs. A commission composed of members of the House and Senate, judges who have dealth with drug offenders, members of various metropolitan law enforcement agencies and the tion or apprehend a suspect This particular aspect of the bill met with opposition from the Baltimore police force as they state police, representatives of the FBI and Federal drug agencies. They worked about two or three weeks and emerged from meeting with a bill that may stand as a model for the entire United felt they would meet with interference from State Police when involved in a case. A question was raised concerning the abortion bill recently vetoed. Smelser replied "There isn't much that can be said about that. I believe the abortion bill, drug bills and legislation concerning sex education received more attention and were debated more than any other legislation." A second question regarding the progress on Fort Detrick brought the following thoughts from Sen. Smelser," That is a federal installation so I can't say too much but I am sorry that something wasn't proposed before the cutroff earlier. 1 believe another phase-out is scheduled this month as done in March. One suggestion for its use was a pollution control center. I don't know what they will do with it and I doubt if the federal government does either." When asked what he thought about the post of lieutenant governor, Smelser first explained the origin of the position. "When Governor Agnew became the vice president-elect, everyone thought it was terrible we didn't have a lieutenant governor to step into his place. I foresee the lieutenant governor as just another department set up with a lot of secretaries and administrative assistants which will just increase the cost of government. In a state the size of California it might be a different story. A strange thing could happen if Blair Lee, the Democratic hopeful for the position of lieutenant governor, or the position itself is not voted favorably by the people, however, I feel they will accept it." There will be numerous amendments that voters will be asked to deckle upon this coming election. Smelser fears mat the NOTICE The Frederick County Metropolitan Commission and the Frederick County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public bearing on Wednesday, June 17, 1970 at 1:30 p. m. in the Winchester Room of Winchester Hall at Frederick, Md., to determine property owners' interest in a sewer system to serve the Bennett Creek drainage area . . . Route 355 ft 70-S near Urbana, Thurston Road, Peter Road, and Dixon Road area. An engineering proposal for sewer feasibility study will be presented. JAMES H. GROVE Chairmen, Frederick County Metropolitan Comm. LOCAL MENTIONS Summer Time Hair Fashions For Wash 4 Go Girls By MISS BARBARA HARBAUGH Specializing in Latest Blow Comb Techniques Woody's Hairstylist Ph. 662-3435 Come To Our Grand Opening June i4_2 to 8 P. M. ELDER'S ANTIQUES Unionville, Maryland A Meeting Of All Democratic voter of the WalkersviUe district for reorganization of central committee. June 15, at 8:00. Girls' Day Cam* Camp time is approaching and Double M Ranch is now open for inspection for girls 5-12 that missed open house. Pick your week now. June 22-August 14. Call 865-5150. Card of Thanks We would like to thank the many relatives and friends for their illness and death of our mother, Mrs. Lily G. Linck. Also many thanks to Dr. T. Stone, nurses and aides of Frederick Memorial hospital and staff, Rev. Father Becker, Mr. Robert Daitey Funeral Home. A special thanks for the many cards and flowers. ANNA FEASTER, LAURA HANDLEY, MARK WEBBER Auction 1929 Chevrolet 4-Dr. Sedan will be offered at the Brown Sale Sat, June 13th near Barnesville RALPH THATCHER Owner Font's Blacksmith Shop Will Not Be Open On Saturday DURING JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Of Maryland O^DER NO. 58084 BE! RE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF MARYLAND CASE NO. 6357 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A 230 KV TRANSMISSION LINE IN FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND. The above mentioned petition having been received and filed, it is, this 26th day of May, 1970, by the Public Service Commission of Maryland, ORDERED: That the same be, and it is hereby, set for hearing at the Winchester Room, Winchester Hall, East Church Street, Frederick, Maryland, on Monday, June 15th, 1970, at 10:00 o'clock, A.M., before Examiner Wilson B. Stringer, PROVIDED, the Applicant cause a copy of this Order to be published in some newspaper in general circulation published in Frederick County, Maryland, at least one time in each of the two successive weeks immediately prior to the hearing. TRUE COPY-TEST: Charles C. Constantine Secretary Cappeflo's Food Market 200 N. Market Street Phone 3-5173 SPECIALS MON.-TUES.-WED. Esskay's Quality Pure Pork Sausage Links 8 oz. pkg. 33c save 12 Fresh Chicken Livers Ib. 59c Center Cut Pork Chops Ib. $1.09 Grade-A-Medium Fresh Eggs Doz. 37c Nestte's Quik Choc. Flavor 2 Ib. can 75c New Captain Crunch Peanut Butter Cereal Box 47c From Our Bakery Pull A Part Bread Loaf 39c Swimming Pool Chemicals Complete line--chlorine, Sure- flox, aquet and dry acid. TREELAND NURSERIES, INC 1 Mile West On Rt. 40 Call 662-1141 Card of Thanks I wish to thank my many friends and relatives for cards, gifts and actsjrf thoughtfulness shown me during my recent illness. MERHL E. GIESLER LOCAL MENTIONS Farm Shoes ft Shoes for Casual Wear On Sale This Month RUDY HAMILTON Walkersvilfe *«*14S For For Epilepsy Info. Write P. 0. Box Frederick, Maryland CaU 133 Kwik Keek 911 East St. Will be closed until Wednesday, June 10 due to death in family. Mtasser's Lawn Mowing Service 6CMB88 ESTATE AUCTION Real Estate Personal Property Sat., June 27, 1970 at 10:30 A. M. on premises 117 W. South St. The undersigned Personal Representatives will sell good personal property of Mary Jane Woerner Smith, deceased. Real estate known as 117 W. South St., improved with a modern 8 room brick house will be offered for sale the same day promptly at 1:00 P. M. For inspection Pho. 663-4374. See lg. ad. WILLIAM C. WOERNER KENNETH McC. WOERNER Personal Representatives H. Reese Shoemaker, Jr. Alton Y. Bennett, Attorneys John L. Ponton, Auctioneer Plants For Sale Chester L. Grove 103 E. 8th. St. VEGETABLES ft FLOWERS Family Night EVERY SATURDAY, 8 P. M Yellow Springs Lions Community Hall U.S. No. 1 Quality Potatoes 10 m. 69c IN MEMOMAMS States. The bill would increase the penalty for drug abuse, particularly for the pusher. It also allows state police to go into Baltimore city in order to ques- Among The Sick Mrs. Dorsey Nicholson, 29 Winchester Street, Frederick, re-entered Frederick Memorial Hospital, June 3. Mr. Wilbur McBride Sr. of Hamilton Avenue entered Newton D. Baker Veterans Hospital in Martinsburg, W. Va,, Monday for observation. load will bog voters down and discourage many from turning out for the election. People have a tendency, he said, to vote "no" for many things they are uninformed about. This is equally disasterous, he remarked. A final questioner asked Smelser if he would run again. "Well," he spoke slowly," if I had to decide tonight, I would say yes. But, since I have a little more time to think it over, Pll wait, But I can't wait too much longer since the deadline for filing is July 6." Mrs. Mary Warshowsky, representing the political committee of the Interracial Dialogue group, explained and urged members present to support the move for field registration of voters. la Memeriam EASTON--In loving memory of by brother, Tommie R. Easton, on bis birthday, June 9. Each day my thoughts go wan- Sunkist Lemons % doz. 39c Always Shop CAPPELLO'S It Pays CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Air Cleaners--Humidification Electric Heat--Insulation Free estimates--no obligation Factory trained servicemen-We Service all Makes For prompt attention to your request--PHONE 6624474 HYDRO-AIRE, INC. 101 Grove Rd. Evergreen Point Carpet Remnants 50% to 75% off regular price Many smaller pieces of Carpet Already Bound, excellent for door mats, small area Rugs, etc. KING FLOOR SERVICE, 712 East St., Frederick, Maryland INC. Carpet Binding Machine Sewn While You Wait or Call for pick up and delivery KING FLOOR SERVICE, INC. 663-4108 Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by me. LOUIS YEAGER 517 E. Potomac St., Brunswick, Md. Septic Tank~Cleaning PAUL R. KOLB, SR. 473-8218 Painting Carpentry ' . LOW RATES Apply News-Post, Box 1808 Used Plumbing Heating Material Furnaces, oil burners, oil tanks, water heaters, 1 5-ton Traine air conditioner--excellent condition, bathroom fixtures, pipe, valves, etc. Weil Bros., 55 Hamilton Avenue. Ray Plogger Professional Piano Technician Desires to get Clientele In Frederick ft Surrounding »Area Over 25 yrs. Experience Including 8 yrs. Graduate Training Call CHARLES BAKER at 662-8187 after 5 p. m. Weinbsrg pointed out that the developer only has an option to re-purchase the land, which he previously sold. Zimmerman conceeded the point. There was no objection to an application to subdivide into two parcels at the corner of West Tenth Street and North Market Street. The owner wished to sell an existing house on one parcel and retain the other parcel for future house building purposes when he retires. A proposed change in the zoning ordinance to allow two-family dwellings in present zoning in the citv brought a suggestion by ifebMQQ. for a new zoning classification, R-3A. This new proposed classification has certain specifications for two-family dwellings, such at minimum lot area of 8,000 feet. After much discussion the case was carried over to allow more for study. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ecker of Libertytown announce the birth of their fourth child, third son, Jeffrey Allen, born at Annie Warner Hospital Sunday. Mrs. Ecker is the former Beverly Stine of Libertytown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hanson and son Frantde, of Great Falls, Moot., were recent visitors to Mrs. Hanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Feeser, Thurmont. Mrs. Hanson's brother, Joe Feeser returned with the Hansons to Montana for the summer. Pfc. Curtis L. abnpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry H. Sbnpton, New Market, is now serving at New River Marine Corps Helicopter Air Station, Jacksonville, N.C. L. CpU Samuel T. Poole, RFD 7, is now serving with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 264 at Marine Corps Helicopter Air Station New River, Jacksonville, N.C. To a grave so far away. To the one I loved so dearly, And prayed for God to save. God watched you as you suffered, He knew you had your share. He gently closed your weary eyes And took you in His Care. To see your face and watch your smile To sit with you and talk awhile To be together the same old way Would be my greatest wish today. Treasured thoughts of one so dear Often brings a silent tear Thoughts return of things long past, Time goes on, but love and memories last. LOVING SISTER, MILDRED Carnival MT. PLEASANT RURITAN June 6 Thru 13, 1970 Parade -- Wednesday, 7 P. M. FIDELITY Building ft Loan Association with offices in the Fredericktown Bank and Trust Company Accepting Applications For Shares, Series 56 Opening July 4, 1970 Accounts Insured up to $30,000 Substantial Extra Dividends paid past six years Mortgage Loans Available To Share Holders Robert B. Eisenhauer Sec.-Treasurer Phone 662-8231 la Memeriam JONES-In memory of my dear wife, Luella I. Jones, who passed away June 9, 1969. Her life a silent grief she sleeps in God's beautiful garden in sunshine of perfect peace. It broke my heart to lose you, But you did not go alow; For part of me went with you, Toe day God called you home. Away in the beautiful land of God, By the valley of rest so fair, Some day I know not when, I will meet you there, My tears are all in vain But some day in Heaven, I will meet you again. YOUR LOVING HUSBAND SAM Smorgasbord Sunday, June 14 Family Style At Libertytown Fire Hall Adults $2.00, Children $1.00 124 p. m. Bake Goods ft Novelty Table Announcement We are pleased to announce that Linda Lake is now a mem her of our staff at the Beauty Boutique, Brunswick, Md. For appointment Call 834-8451. Lovely Mohawk Gold Sculptured Nylon Carpet $3.95 sq. yd. Also Mohawk Green Gold Acrylon Carpet $4.95 sq. yd. Up to 6 mos. to pay Mo Carrying Charge SHERWIN WILLIAMS 28 E. Patrick St. Help Wanted MAN OR WOMAN for Restaurant Help Short Order Cook For General Work 42-hr, week No Sunday work Apply in Person WHITE COTTAGE INN Rt. No. 15, Frederick, Md. For Sale All Perennials All Annual Flowering Plants All Vegetable Plants Reduced to % Price All Pull Plants Including: Cabbage, Marigolds, Zinnias, etc. Reduced to Ic Each MARGARET'S FLORISTS 328 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Maryland Notice Any person trespassing on my property between Charlotte Stull and George Tribby will be dealt with according to law. GEORGE C. KLINE SNOWBALLS 15 cents 20 cents 700 W. Patrick Street Frederick, Md. Open 6 to 10 P. M. weekdays 1 to 10 P. M. week-ends City ft Health Dept. Approved Trarii Removal and LIGHT HAULING Phone 662-4519 after 5:00 p. m. Frederick, Maryland The Donut Shoppe Will Have Kinklings For The Month of June End Of Newsprint Rolls Ideal for picnic tables, Children's art projects, any place where large quantity of low cost paper is required. 32 inches wide by hundreds of feet long. Only lOc Per Pound FREDERICK NEWS-POST BUSINESS OFFICE 200 East Patrick Street Strawberries Pick Your Own in the Field or Buy Them at our Roadside Market CATOCTIN MOUNTAIN ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. 271-2737 1 mi. N. of Thurmont, Rt.15 Open Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 3 Rms. New Furniture $288 Terms SHEPLEY'S 50 S. Market St. Opeu Every Night Til 9 Cool . . . Your Home This Summer With Central Air Conditioning CBS Electric Co. 683-5222 NOW ON SALE!!! THE WORLD IN 1969 Captured in one Volume. History as we lived it 296 pages; 60 Color photos; Written by AP men and women the world over. $3.95 Plus Tax AVAILABLE AT: BUSINESS OFFICE FREDERICK NEWS-POST 200 E. Patrick Street Heating or Cooling . . . Your home should be insulated Blown Insulation Fiberglas CBS Insulating Co. 663-5222 Question Mark Hair Fashions For Summer ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 662-2471 Spring Fever For your new home in the spring be sure to inspect Mea- dowcrest Subdivision. Lots are wooded. Located on Old Receiver Road at Shookstown. CROCKER ft LITTLE BUILDERS, INC. 9 x 12 Rugs -- Only $5.88 Open Til 9 P. M. SHEPLEY'S - 50 S. Market St In T own FREDERICK GLASS SHOP 301 E. 4th Street 663-3117 Henry's Blacktee Paviag Free Estimates Cheerfully Given All Work Guaranteed Ph. 0634738 Cessp.ols Septic Tanks Cleaned, Repaired ft Installed Day or Night Phone 473-82M B ft W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Stitely's Upholstery Fbe* Upholstery ft Custom Drapes Free Pickup ft Delivery Thurmont, Md. -- 271-2590 Paper Hanging Woodrow (Bill) Amerson PHONE 6634487 RODGER'S Hard Shell Crabs Seafood Platters Pan Fried Chicken New York Strip Steak Rodger's, N. Market St.. Ext., 6634903 For Sale USED ALUMINUM PLATES 22%" wide; 38" length .OOOthkk Sturdy, but ftedbfe Printing on one side only S25c each -- 5 for $1.00 $18.00 per hundred - - - - office MewvPoil 200 East Patrick St. 8 A- M. to 5 P. M. · P W S P A P i - R I

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