The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 4, 1951 · Page 13
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 13

Frederick, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 4, 1951
Page 13
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' EIGHT The News. Frederick, Md., Tawday, December 4, Elks Hold Memorial Some 150 io 200 Elks, their families, and the families and friends Of deceased Elks attended the annual memorial service sponsored by Frederick Lodge No. 684. B. P. O. Elks on Sunday evening. It was held in the lodge room of the Elks hoiaft on West Second street. In the principal address, "In Memoriam", Rev. Herbert R. Jordan, assistant pastor of St. John's Catholic church, spoke on the inevitability of death and of the fact that it should serve as a warning that one should always be prepared for the hereafter. The complete program: "Reverie",, Schumann, by Russell Hinds, organist, H. David Hagan, cellist, and Joseph S. Stephens violinist; opening ode, "Great Ruler df the Universe", locrgr, opening service, C ? Clifton Virts. Exalted Ruler; /vocal trio, " P a n i s . Angelicus" Franck, Miss Dora Andrews. Miss Thelma Busick, Phillip Kennedy; memorial service and roll call. Exalted Ruler and secretary, Delbert S. Null: ode, "Nearer My God to Thee", lodge and audience; address, Father Jordan; vocal duet, "Ave Maria", Schubert. Miss Busick and Mr. Kennedy: lodge services:-vocal -"~ :'*ve ""rr~i", VT o*3r?. ? T r. Kennedy; ensemble, "Out of the Uusx to You", Lee; benediction, Father Jordan. Miss Cynthia Ann Virts was altar girl and Thomns H. Quill. Jr. and Gerald T. Quill were acolytes. The memorial committee was composed of Marshall McCauley, J. E. Baer and H. David Hagan. Say you saw it in The News. Workers Force Power House To Close Down WINDSOR, 'Ont., Dec. 3 ;p-Workers who halted production at the giant Ford of Canada automobile plant here today with a "spontaneous" strike, later forced open gates of the factory's power house and virtually shut it down. An estimated 50 to 60 persons forced the .power house gates by "sheer weight" and marched in. urging employes there and construction workmen on an addition to ouit, a company spokesman said, adding: "Some quit and some didn't. The latter worked until the end of their shifts." After threatening to shut th power house down tight, the in vaders agreed to leave a main tenance crew on hand to secure i --shut off water pipes, carrying necessary maintenance and furnish power to such essential things as foundry furnaces that otherwise might ''freeze" with serious damage. Two company guards were escorted off power house property but there was no violence Outside this and forcing of the gate.' Community Concert Association OpenshsAnnualSeasonTonight Social Situation You are applying for a job as a, secretary, and you happen to be chewing gum while en route to the interview. Wrong: Keep right on Chewing, hoping it will help ease the tension of the interview. Right: Dispose of your gum, realizing that it will surely hurt the 'first impression" you make on your prospective employer. Adults frequently add an inch or two to their stature after they reach the age of 21. ONLY $ 35 DOWN GIANT 20" SCREEN ffAVE TV IN YOUR HOME TAKE 18 MOS. TO PAT MUNTZ TV PROVEN OUTSTANDING IN FREDERICK AREA SAVE 200 OR MORE JACK KEHHEOY PHONE 2H6-R FULL One Year Guarantee Frederick's fourteenth , annual j Community Concert Association series opens tonight when Miss Alice Rowland, mezzo-soprano, will be heard in a recital at 8:30 o'clock in the Frederick Hig.h School auditorium. Attendance at the musical events is limited strictly to association members and no tickets will be available. Tonight's concert is. the first of this season's series of three. Miss H o w l a n d , an American mezzo-soprano, is recognized as an outstanding singer of German Lieder, English and French art songs, and opera. Soundly trained in the best tradition she is the master of a large repertoire that includes the best-loved works of all schools of composition. As an opera star. Miss Howland has sung with the New York Opera Company, the Philadelphia Opera Company with which she has sung the leading roles in "Martha" and 'The Gypsy Baron." Recognized as an outstanding Interpreter and champion of modern music, she has pioneered in introducing contemporary songs in recital. Alice Howland Miss Howland was born in Berlin where her father was the American representative of an automobile DAIRY FARM FOR SALE This 211 acres of rolling and most productive land Is located In upper Glade Valley. Improvements include 8 room stone dwelling with electric water In kitchen; garage; new concrete block cow barn with 20 stanchions and 3 room milk house; bank barn ami loafing' stable connected by concrete walk to cow barn; silo; machinery shed, etc. All buildings and roofs have been painted this year and are in excellent condition. Owner asks $32,500. or best ofter and will finance responsible buyer owning stock and equipment, for $7,500. cash and balance on long term low interest mortgage. April or earlier possession can be arranged. Inspection by appointment only. GEORGE M. CHAPLiNE, Realtor Ruhland C. Buyer, Rep. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE CHAPLINE BLDG., 110 VV. PATRICK ST.. PHONE 870 OR 1086 Member: Real Estate Board of Frederick, Inc. National Association of Real Estate Beards Sale! Ready /PRE-SHRUNK (2% RESIDUAL] /WASH-FAST COLORS 9 /ADJUSTABLE "RUB 'EM TUB'EM... SEND 'EM TO THE LAUNDRY!" Sxfaa · FINE QUALITY FABRICS · CORD WELTED SEAMS · DEEP BOX PLEATS · REVERSIBLE CUSHION COVERS · CHEERFUL COLORS · MODERN PATTERNS Floral Prints -- Wine, Blue, Gray, Black, Grounds! Chairs STUDIO COVERS $8, Sofas manufacturer, At the age of nve she began singing folk songs and Christ ma* :ar«lK with her mother, the former Baroness von Westernha gen. She began her formal training at (he Durer Lyzeum in Berlin After her family's return to America, she spent three years at the Juilliard School of Music under the late Anna SchOen-Rene, Rise Stevens teacher. Miss Howland is married to Sidney Edwards, cellist of the ABC Symphony Orchestra. They are the parents of two small daughters. Strength For Today By Earl L. Douglass FORMULA FOR POPULARITY The word "tact" comes from a Latin word which means "touch." A tactful person is a person who has the gift of gentle and pleasing touch. We wonder sometimes why certain people are popular and other 33-35 SOUTH MARKET ST. SAM MILLER'S Army Shoes and Slippers... $2.98 Army Fatigue Pants... $1.50-$Z.98 New Work Shoes $4.95 Army Khaki Pants Shirts 51.98 Dress Work Slippers $4.98 New Army Khaki Pants $3.45 Army Navy Wool Sweaters -.-.-.;...52.98 House Paint gal. $1.98 people are unpopular. Ther« are many reasons, of course, .which help to explain each o£ these states. But usually the popular person is tactful .and above all makes other people feel that they have some importance. Regardless of what else he is the unpopular person is usually untactful and has a stupid disregard for the feelings of others. Above everything else, people like to believe that they are of some importance at least. And away down under, everyone likes to feel tliat he is an independent thinker-whether he is or not. So if you want to be popular, forget about yourself and try--to the extent you honestly can--to make other people feel that they have some real capacity for thought; in other words, that you respect their opinions. The bigger you make a person in his own eyes, the bigger and better you will appear in his eyes. The more you make even a casual acquaintance feel that his ideas have worth, the more he will respect your opinions. We like the people who appear to appreciate us. and who make MB feel that we're worthwhile. (Copyright Babson Newspaper Synd.) CLASS HAS ELECTION Mrs. Jane Zimmerman was elected president of the Willing Workers Class of Brook Hill church at a meeting recently at the Community Hall j n Yellow Springs. Other officers chosen are: Mrs. Kathleen Beard, vice-president; Miss Catherine Rpthenhoefer, secretary; Mrs. Gloria Horst, treasurer. The program included Scripture reading by Mrs. Goldie Moss. Mrs. Eva Twentey was in charge of the program. Prizes were won by Mrs. Grace Green, Mrs. Moss. Mrs. Beard. Mrs. Ruth Linton won the guess box. A miscellaneous show- er was given Mrs. Barbara VeSrtz. Secret Sisters* were revealed «nd new ones drawn. Mrs. Kathleen Beard and Mrs. Ruth Brickhouse were named to the reception committee. Mrs, Hazel Korrell. Mrs. Veirtz and Mrs. June Linton were named to the program committee for th.9 next meeting. Say you saw it in The News. · APPLES Grimes--Delicious Stayman--Yorks , Sweet Cider WALKER ORCHARDS Mt. 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