The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 1, 1932 · Page 3
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June 1, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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THE DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK. MD.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1. 1932. THREE Charles H. Darr With B. And 0. For 46 Years. CONDUCTOR MOST OF TIME Taneytown High School Graduating Class After more thin 4v \ eari *?e;.*. ~ "he tram service of the Bj.l--n-.or* arac Onu Railroad, and sm;v 1S£9 -. :re capacity of coGd-.ic-.or Cr.-r.es li Darr, Weverwo, has c-v n re ired. Mr. Iarr r^v.\«i I?"--3 c: eon- graajiKtoa :ro2i c'i-ic-ai c: the company, uichld-ng C \V G-llavay, iice- preadent; E. W. Sch-e-r. ^-n-ral !r-an- Bger, and C. M. Si-m«r, aupens-end- enr. Mr. Ga!lov.a\ s l-'vr read - part" j "On your ret-r.:r.eir irsni active service aft-r -56 joars ur.'h i.-^ conusaiiy I \\"^n to cc-r.grutu-at^ jew Ki the splend.d r e c o r c you have mace ana *o exprcs n'v persoca! apprecjiti'-ri The company is cot unjrjncfu! of tr.e ter.~ce rendered by you and you- r?-o-c of many years has been \ t r v cr^.-io."--«or.ny of a nan " Mr. Darr estertd the en:r"-oy of tne Balumore and Ohio in Not easier. 1C35 -At the besinran; o: EIV ra.lroa= career we had ncth-n; b it tne o-d 'Cansel Bact' type of en;r.ne" said 3Jt. Iarr. "and se-.eis or t-^nt loaded cars containing sbout 25 tens each -nas a real load up over the H^jerstoA-n d_vision. I bare seen ntticn expansion and development until r.3'v " is nM thought an event to sena out a tra^i of 150 cars, each csr having a capacity of 55 to 70 tons. Ftr -3 yeirs 1 ran between Baltimore and XIart-nsotirj and there ^ras s. terminal ct S2"a. Hook. After the Brunswick hump -vv^s opened up tn 1913 I transferred to that yard." Mr. Darr commented on the great strides of progress made by the railroads during the past, half a century. ·'All brakes had to be set. by hand wnea I stcrted, ihich necessrated cinnbing over cars in all consi'ions of the weather and u hen they -a ere we- and slippery. T"r.e-e vas no self- coupling and r.o automat.c s-gnals TANEYTOWN HIGH SCHOOL CATHERINE RtmOOUAft KEWM5TH DAV10SOH MARY KOOMTZ CLASS 1932 1W tuuplro Attrtid Uanrr. rpri'\u«atol\ 100 lyuples Iiom Frederick. H.isertu^wu auid Cumoer- land atte-idtsi the diiup "I ttve Wcit- ern Msr\!jnd thrmc Club I-.e'.d lu«-- da :-ieht at li r \ aiin.bon.* Brac.Uv.Kk Hetchts A H*sors«»«n orv ls«-.;ri !'o:- h"d :-,"j*.c lix c^:^- VJLS prov"ti- ed bv a iui'p . h-!d b\ tl'.o Jct-'ci.". C.-u a:s orsar.izitson OIM ivocd of \Vea.to:ri Mi-vljusd fc!r:c:^ Hi il % 4ric v f Harr\- M.ir.:c\ HJL^ V. A 1J ; ».j a: :ho a_r.:.tr and a ! .:a'vu aa- irrr:uA.i. '.. -- city Alx^' tiiir'N JH"- Mn» »«re I-«*M:', A' sfcf i-^:r.-: P E A R R E ' S Modern Pharmacy DRUG £ PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 208 300 The reler-tless campaign staged by th.e!-nhe:i he was s:oea.ped by a pass- a m«nber of the B»th?rhooc or|tnis ci'.y .-r.ido j. n Isrirnage :o Wash- JACOB RUPPERT BARLEY MALT SYRUP Ftke T^lk of tkc To r»l* BAUIO I'UOVK »»·--C4« RELUBLC K*D1O SEBVICE ROGER F. LIPPS C.XFLBT BADIO StK\TCC. UOISC WIRING. I I A T I K E S AND No Jttb T«o Smll--NftD* T*« We carry only standard coals. Their quality cannot be surpassed. Geo. S. Rodock Son Fif«h »t Fa. E- K. Fboiw 9«S- Take . . . GKEEN A WALT'S Dandelion Liver Disks for GOOD HEALTH! A BOX Large Box. containing five times the quantiti-- $1.00 The BULOVA BAGUETTE "MISS AMERICA' 1 The New Nationally Advertised Up To-E-ate Ladies' Watch NOW ON SALE AT McCLEERY'S JEWELRY STORE 48 North Market St. Frederick. Md. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUG STORES AND MANY GENERAL STORES t's as accos were we 99 n e r . . . "/^ROSSBLENDLNG" means much V_ more than just mixing tobaccos together. It "welds" together different kinds of the several varieties of tobacco . . . many types of Bright tobacco, a great many types of Burley tobacco and numerous grades of Turkish tobacco. · · · THIS "WELDING" TOGETHER-- or Cross-Blending-- permits every kind of tobacco used in the Chesterfield blend to partake of the best qualities of every other typ°. Each tobacco is thus made to yield its finest flavors. CROSS-BLENDING takes all these pleasing flavors and aromas and combines them into one -- the Chesterfield taste. And we think you will agree that it is a far better taste . . . worth all the extra care daat Chesterfield takes to get it, I \ *- \: ** ^ ~ \ hss'srf s'd Res o Proc"" .:- ;.-· ..-3 jcs A EX RUTH r ETTiNG - . tss'e-- Ds- 1 1 " T -e e.e-/ r =-i t,- The Cigarette that's MILDER The Cigarette that TASTES BETTER Radios Cabinet--All Electric--Complete With Tubes $25.00 Here's Your Opportunity to Get a Good Radio Cheap. Come In Today! ALSO \ Crosley $100.00 Refrigerator Fine for Countrj--flakes Its Own Ice--Without Electricity--for 1 Used Electric Refrigerator $25 Storm Shipley Radios Re frige ra to rs EVERYTHING that money can bay and that science knows about is done to make CHESTERFIELD milder and taste better. VACATION CLUB JOIN OUR Vacation Club FIRST PAYMENT JUNE 9, 1932 Payments may be made T "n weekly amounts to suit your needs. The only sure way to provide for vacations, taxes, insurance, coal and other pleasures and necessities is by regular, systematic effort. Oar Vacation Club Affords Th.e Ideal Plan Farmers Mechanics National Bank Corner Market and Second Streets ADS IN THE \

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