The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 4, 1951 · Page 8
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Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 4, 1951
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fominations !y Firemen I Members of. the United Steam Kre Engine Company nominated ifficers and set January 7 for the onual election and banquet at a ifeeting held at the fire hall MOR- iay night. President W. Bartgis btorm Appointed a committee to decorate he fire hall inside and out for the Christmas' season. Polls will be ipen election night from 6 to 8 X m. Monroe R. Poole was named ·hairman of a committee to secure jlood donors for the next visit if the bloodmobile. The following .were nominated: fiMr. Storm, president; Alton Y. Senrtett and William M. Storm, rice presidents; Robert L. Smith, ecretary; William M. Moore, treasurer; Charles K. Heck, Lewis B. Marman, Dr. James Marrone, George C. Myers. Monroe R. Pbole, Norman F. Rhoderick, William T. Ridglcy, Edward D. Storm, direc- ors- Julius F. Lochner, financial ecretary; William E. Baker, Carl , May, Meredith S. Fox, Lewis Covell, lieutenants; Robert E. r,iller and W. Verl 'Forney, cap- ·ain; Roland Kolb, Robert L. ihankle, William H. Long, chief · o s e director; William F. White, Herman H. Tyeryar, Edward A. lyeryar, Roland H. Tyeryar, assistant hose directors. , Donald L. Baker, chief pipeman; Jerry Marrone, Lewis E. Betson, Paul A. Despeaux, Samuel N. Mauro, Leonard Thomas, Walter K. Forney, Jr., Max S. Kehne, Glenn Summers, John H. Miller, oger T. Droneburg, Robert E. ,hisner, Bernard Baker, Howard Wagner, assistant pipemen; Dr. Edwin H. Sponseller. chaplain. Junior Steam Fire Engine Co. No. 2 nominated officers Monday night, with no opposition anywhere, the annual election to be held January 7 will require only that the secretary cast 'the ballot Nominations were presented as follows: Lewis R- Dertzbaugh, president; Marion Talley and Rus^ell H. McCain, vice-presidents; f'rancis B. Sappington. treasurer; Charles E. Troxell Jr., secretary: · Directors, Melvin Fox, JSrnest Reeder and Austin Fogle; Harry Yinger, John Davis and Alonza W. Corun, investigating committee; Charles F. Bell, captain; Francis Davis, 1st lieutenant; Roger Fogle, 2nd lieutenant; George Lockard, chief hose director; Chester Hamilton, Albert Blumenauer and Willard Garrett, assistant hose directors; Harry lurry, chief pipeman; William McK. Bopst Sr., John Joseph Frank. Kenneth Layman, William Simmons, John Brightwell, Charles rlauRh, Gene Smith and Rollins Atkinson, assistant pipemen; Dr. William Meredith Smith, surseon; Rev. W. Merval Weaver, chaplain. The annual banquet is to be held January 14. Court News Marriage Licenses Lionel L. Surras. 45, 727 Hotter avenue and Elsie Naomi Gibbons, 50, divorced, 638 Lee Place, both of :his city. James A. Stevens, 22, Route 1 and Patricia Jeanne Shull, 22, Thomas avenue, both of this' city. Harry S. Jones, 21, Gaithersburg and Betty E. Riley. 18, 128 West Third street, this city. Herbert 'M. Burdette, 37. Clarksburg and Ellen M. Richards, widow, 30, Fulton, Md. Stanley V. Kossakowski, 22, Wilkes Barre, Pa., and Marguerite E. Ettner, 18, Baltimore. Otto J. Christensen, 33, divorced, and Velma M. Jensen, 24, divorced, both of Penn Yan, N. Y. Eli R. Vuicich, 29, 114-A North Jourt street, and Jeanne R. Valliant, 24, Centreville. Robert O. Davidson, 33, annulled, King Manor. Pa., and Jane L. Barber, 27, divorced, Pottstown, Pa. Richard M. Blizzard, 24, and Pearl L. Runkles, 18, both of Mount Airy. Paul G. Harley, 21, Route 3, this city'and Alice I. Martin, 21, Keymar. Property Deeded Louis Hildebrand and wife to Lester W. Boyer, $10, county. Charles A. Rke and wife to Colonel L.'«. Walkor. $10 county. Corrie L. Jon«i t* H*l«m F. Mock. $10, county. Helen F. Mock to Corri* L. Jones, et al. $10. county. Katie B. Manly t« Helen T. Mock. $10, county. Helen F. Mock to Katie B. Manly, et al, $10, county. Benjamin L. Shuff, executor to Millard A. Haines and wife, $15,000, city. Leafy M. Flanigan, widow to Jeanne E. Barnhart, $1, city. Jeanne E. Barnhart to Leafy M. Flanigan, et al, $1, city. Chrissie B. D. Bowers to G. Hunter Bowers, et al, $10, city. Charles E. Hudson, Jr. to Charles H. Spurrier, $10, city. Finkle H. Birely and wife to the State Roads Commission, $1, county. James C. Few and wife to the State Roads Commission, $1, county. Mabel B. Long to the State Roads Commission, $1, county. Albert Bartgis to the State Roads Commission, SI, county. Maurice E. Clabaugh to the State Roads Commission, $1, county, George F. Ravelle and wife to, Roger C. Snoots and wife, $10, county. Earl Wesley Bussard and wife to Alverta E. Remsburg, §10, city. Alverta E. Remsburg to Earl Wesley Bussard and wife, $10, city. Albert Nickel and wife to Walter E. Sinn, §10, city. Walter E. Sinn and wife to Albert Nickel and wife, S10. city. Elizabeth Eby Flook to Edgar F. Stevens and wife, $10, county. Laura G. Sylvester to Ernest R. Hammaker and wife. $10. county. Blanche M, Lowell, divorced to Chariot «. Br*w« *a4 wife, fit), city. Albert F. Culler and wlfc *· H. Kieffer DcLauter, $10, city. H. Kieffer DcLauter to Albert F. Culler and wife. $10, city. Eight Killed As Plane Crashes Among Homes DENVER. Dec. 3 di--A Crippled B-29 bomber, trying to make Lowry Air Base east of Denver with one motor dead smashed into a swank residential area today, killing eight airmen. Six airmen escaped alive, but injured. At least one civilian was hurt. Two houses were flattened and three others damaged. The plane, at tree-top height, swung eastward over the area to make a west-to-east landing at the air base. "The tail ticked one house . . ." said Harry Urling, 31, who was working two blocks away. "Then there was a burst of flames. Then it hi,t another one, smashing most of Electrical Wiring Residential, Commercial and Industrial FIXTURES OF ALL TXPE» AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Av«. Phon« 1801 it. Then H craih«4 ri(*ht »n top Mt a third house. "There wns an exploslo* . . . . sort of « muffled 'boom.' "Flames shot Into the air at Icust two hundred feet and there was black smoke." Col. John T. Sprajjue. Commanding Officer of the air base, suid 14 men were aboard. Five survivors, he reported, were taken to the base hospital. He described the pilot as "in bad shape." but said the others were conscious. NPWII, Frederick, Md., Tuemlay, 7*e«mbrr 4, 1951 'HIRES TOGGERY TESTERS More than 400 persons in the United States gel free clothes from a North Carolina factory in exchange for a report on how they stand up under wear. I Buy The Best BICYCLES Schminn--all models WHIZZER MOTORS SMALL DEPOSIT WILL MOLD VNTI1. XMAS BRADLEY T. HAILEY, Jr. Pet ersville Road, Brunswick. Md. Get FOOTER Quality DRY CLEANING! Every srarment receives the careful attention for which we are famous . . . yet our prices are no higher than ordinary Bring us your clothes tomorrow. 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