The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 8, 1967 · Page 14
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 14

Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, September 8, 1967
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A-2 THE NEWS. Frederick. Mainland Fnda. September 8. 1967 Stine Family Holds Reunion «. *· The 13th annual reunion of the Descendants of Thomas F Stine %nd Mary Carter Stine was held %t Cunningham Falls S ate P a i k Sunday A basket lunch was n- joyed 'by 73 of the clan ? ' o lure was read b the president Naomi Blank \ moment of silent pra\ei -was said for four deceased members followed bv the Lori 5 Prayer led b\ the Piesubn 'also " \ meeting followed ;t W I . K i It was decided to hold the 10 union at the same p'ace r u \ i .year bu' at an eaiher date Prizes were also avvaiC.ed ' t"us time as follows L i n ? ' t mairied, Mr ard Mi · i. · Wachter Sr , newes. m a i n ' Mr and Mrs Allan G e o i n i Eldest man Charles C i a m p t ' H 1 blaest woman M v i t l e B i o \ =youngest bov Todd T w i n , youngest girl Sandv K , ·George traveling farther Mr and Mrs A l l a n Gjoige .. Grand prizes were also d i a \ i as follows Adult prizes D m 4hv Smith Annie Stone Rudolph Blank Dailene Mosei Ro iei iTwigg, children s piizes bovs Dennis ?mith, Michael .Ronnie Smith Keitn Smith girls-Fat Beachlev Sarah Ann 5tme, Cindy Twigg Ka.en Mos- jer, Carol} n Stine and Patricia ,Barry . New officers w e i e appoinu* \ as follows President - Rutn |Barry, vice president - Cathei ine Thrasher secretary Re foecca Twigg, and treasure! Dorothy Smith Those attending were a a J j l lows Mrs Helen Lan'on an'l Richard, Mr and Mis Donai i Lanton, David and Michael Mrs Mildred George, John and Frank, Mr and Mrs Allan George Sandra Kav and BetU Mae, Mr and Mrs Preston Stine Mr and Mrs G e o r g e Mose r and Karen. Virgie Mos er and Darlens and Mi an I Mrs Robert Twigg, Michae 1 Rhoda, Cynthia and Todo Others were Mr and Mi 1 Lawrence Purdy Jr Laure Steven, Joan, Mr and Mrs Clyde Wachter Sr and grand son Gary M y r t l e Brown Mr Charles Crampton Mi an 1 Mrs Walter Thrashei M i , Ruth Bairy and ^ t Mr and Mrs Clyde Stine and Elamo Carolyn Preston Rub\ C nJv Dennis Sarah. Jessee Stine and Charles Also Leo Lippert Jt Mand Mrs Sonnv Snr \ Ke'h Brian, Ronnie M r s G r a c e Eevilbiss Annie Stone and A n n Karen Erica Donna and Mi and Mrs Rudolph Blank and Nancy Guests included J L Bank- Sale Starts To-day Summer Clearance CARLOAD SALE OF ALL TYPES OF FENCING 1 ·Mobil Oil Corporation Oniy licensed drivers edible Void where prohibited. A WHOLE C \ U L O \ I ) OF "Dl'BOIS" HIGHEST QUALITY FENCING. IU Y IT FKOi THE CAR AT REALLY BIG SAVINGS THIS WEEK. 10-FT SECTIONS -- 3 RAIL -Includes 3 Rails and 1 Post Only . POST D-.d RAIL Hails and posts are long lasting C press. Penta ucuted for ,,, extra service. BIG JO FT. SECTION only *3' 49 Each 10 Ft. Section Includes 2 Cypress Rails 1 Cypress Post Extra line and corner post available. PLl'S -- FREE USE OF POST HOLE DIGGER With 10 or More Sections of Any Fencing! You may get rich while you're waiting to win $1000.00 $100 wheel Safety Pays O ,\ar*t* OJUK **^_ " ?:D PROTECTSONHI Fi^CSNG Perta treated pickets, posts ft ,,/ wmiM s '' '*** ,-j"" ^1 '! "" ' '' /- J P O S t S PRE- ASSEMBLED 8 Ft. Sections Ready To Install Includes One Post per 8 ft. section only C3 UUC f U3h $18.95 "r 8 f f ?-: .'.---v'j'c 1,-c'u^ej " - - J / To'l x4 Pos) on ! y $18.45 Gettysburg Picket 8 f Acs3mbled Sections Pen-ctTi cared Picket! Hails Posts only I FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE . . . OPEN SATURDAY TILL 4:30 P.M. FREE PARKING ON OUR LARGE REAR LOT 231 E. PATRICK ST. ISF v BOWFRS E4SY P A - i M F N T PL\N Monthly A$ little As $10.00 Frederick -- 663-6116 Complete «hfs scarce witt, stamp* 14 and wm $5 oo Keep yw */« s o^ fh « road Safety The top prize m "Safety Pays" is $1,000 But while you're waiting to wm the big prize, you might pick up a lot of these "little" prizes--$100, $50, $5, or $1 Play all five games at once It's easy because they're all in one game book So you can see at a glance exactly what you need to win You get th ree" Safety Pays" stam ps every time you visit a participating Mobil Dealer No purchase neces sary When you complete all the missing parts of a page you're a winner There's no I imit to how many times you can win So even if you don't turn up that $1 000 stamp, keep playing You may have to settle for ten $100 prizes Mbbil AUCTION TUESDAY - SEPTEMBER 12th. ONE OF MARYLAND'S MOST IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE SALES FIRST TWO SALES AT 209 ACRES IN POTOMAC, MARYLAND K n o w n as Lake Potomac property, it is located just 1 miles west of the city of Potomac on River Road in an area surrounded by fine homes. Property surrounds 75 acre tract under super\ision of Md. Nat. Capital Park Planning Commission. Dmded into S9 lots of 2 acres and up and offered subdi- \ i d e d and as a whole. Rough grading on I I lots, sewer and water on prop- e r t \ . Rolling scenic land near Potomac R i v e r , ideal for exclusive homes. \ssoc. B r o k e r -- .I. IJ. (.ihson, . I t . . Kstate ( V n t t a l . liethesda. Mel. Phone ;:7-2i: 9:30 A.M. ON LAKE POTOMAC PROPERTY 16 HOMESITE LOTS BURNING TREE SUBDIVISION Located in Hcthesda, Md. on Belt Parkway 1-495 less than 5 miles from Washington, 1). C. In a fine residential development of high priced homes close to Burning Tree Country Club. Lots range from 15 to 20,000 square feet \ \ i t h exception of t\\o which are 2.5 acres each to be sold separately or as a hole. Two lots \\ould make ideal country or swimming club in this well- built up residential area. FOLLOWING 3 SALES AT 200 ACRE HILLCREST ORCHARDS Located onl 1 mile \\est of Frederick Md., easil commutable, 1 mi. from Intersection of I n t . 70 and I'.S. 10, 15 mi. f r o m Washington. Complete plans- for development of entire area a \ a i l a l l e l o r shopping center ,apts. homesites Surrounded b fine homes, propert has about 2,000 feet on U.S. 10, 3,000 ft on Butterfh Lane. Commercialh /oned. To be Offered In Tracts. 2:30 P.M. SALE TO BE H E L D IN BALLROOM FRANCIS SCOTT KEY HOTEL FREDERICK, MI). FRANCIS SCOn KEY HOTEL Historic landmark hotel in center of Frederick, Md., with famous cuisine and gracious service. Used bv all Frederick civic clubs for meetings. 157 rooms 2 elevators, air-conditioning, several restaurants, gift shop. On tract approx 1 1 1 ' on \V. Patrick, 118' on N. Court St Large parking area. Well maintained profitable operation. To be offered as going business, real estate or stock control interest. E N T I U K ( O M \ 1 K K ( I \ l H I . C H k I N U K \ K T O F F K K D K K I C K , M l ) . FRANCIS SCOTT KEY PLAZA Located diagonally across W. Patrick St. from hotel is 130,000 sq. ft. block with X commercial buildings and large parking area. Ideal investment for development as 2 acre city parking area adjoins it to the rear. Has 317 ft frontage on W. Patrick and strategically located in center of downtown Frederick on main highway. Properties will be offered separately and as a whole Write or Call for Detailed Brochure TERMS AVAILABLE--BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED LIST YOt K PROPERTY WITH I S RE(I. l . S . T R A D E M A R K J.L. TODD AUCTION CO. 531 Broad St., Rome, Ga. LICENSED Tel. 234-1656 BONDED INSURED

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