The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 22, 1948 · Page 16
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 16

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
Page 16
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The Xem*. FrcflMfak. ML. TJMnfeT. July SI. IMS .Auxiliary Th* conmMoe I charge of thf sflfair w a ^ E.cret ,l«r. Mrfcant-Bt-arms. and William chn-smer. Aumen Mcr«: Leu -- Mr GJ!a aid C C Onb* --Mi^s Maria »Vxlfolk T* C: ^ · % Toppe*- member* of the executive' Rosensteel. Andrew Shoro, Fri" i- _ - j ,, Tr i ' l .ad M« committee. The members voted Sander.. _Dick Yeoman,. Char!?, ,, ^ -, ,,_ r , risit«d from Thursday , to purchase the television set re- XondftT with relatives in C^UY installed at the home. A F*. well " attended 'Crab Feast" *as «#« w^ a -«-« nt ^s.tor of .X^. --Mrs. Albert Patterson and jjeld jyjy 15 by the Post at Kuinp s -·vr.oaa Gilisla" *r**di*ughter. Mary Ann Flowers. DJJU. Guests who attended in- --Mr Kan-y Jones-of \Va-pn4 in rf Detroit. Mich- \issted for sev- c i u ded members of the Legion sptn'. the past veel-cra * » i ^^ «rml day« last week v. itb Mrs. John -- -- Shrseves c£ Taneytov.n, and Xirnrod Frizell of i i Ufa friends Huladelphia % isited in town en Saturdsj --Ann Garner of Baltisr-ore spent the weekend with her mether. Mrs. A*nw Gamer Mr. and Mr* Frank Heoley of Chicago. *re spending several days with Mr ar-d Mrs Thornton Rod- j ger*. Mr Henie\ *s a brother of Mrs Rose E. L-ns? who -A35 burz- I ed several weeks ago at St. Anthony's. --Mrs Walier Peppier entertained at a dessert bridge 01 ITursday nigh: st 7 o c'cck the follow.rg j guest? Mrs Roy i-au of St Louis. ' \t A A Homer Srs G?or«e Easter Mrs R M Z=char.a=. Mrs t I- Anra". M-s Wrr. Ro-.e. Mrs. I Andrew Eyste'. Mrs E!s-e Oklajs Miss Carrie M.s= Ei-zabeth Rove, Mi?s Ruth Sroff and Miss Anse Codor; i Mr ?nd Mr* Jo 1 "" *! Roddy j Jr. and faaiiiy tpent several days during the past \\ee.-v a* Bi-'ghati-j ton. X J. vssitins v ith Mrs Rodd% s I sister and brothe--:n-Iai\ Mr and Mrs James O'Learx --James McXuI'% of BsH more. vsssted on'iri \\ ::.i his sisters, Mrs. Cnarles \Vsrtne- near St Author s --Prof and Mrs B J Ecke~rode and sor Jcven snd A ire Eckenrode of Xev Or'ecn^ spcn' the past weekera sn New Yor.-: City with Mrs Eckenrodc i rrothor Mrs ' Elizabeth Lrch Mss Anne Eck- enrcde wsil lea\e from Xc\v York for Ne-.v Orleans w here sne :s em- ' p!cyed --Dr and Mr: phii.p Ciuificld and fam:Iy of WashimjiO"* are spending tha summer at the.r sum- | nier home r.e3 r St Arthonj's ' --Mr and Mrs Fred Seiss o f ! Thurmont are recc.vmf; co-.gratu- laticns on the b.rth of a nine- j pound son at the Annie M. Warner hospital Sunday afternoon Mrs. Seiss is the former Dorothy Humerick. daughter of Mr and Mrs Jackson Humcr.ek Fraiie's Road. --Mr. and Mr* Jerome Peter"; of Baltimore spent the weekend at the home of Mr a-^d Mrs Guy A Baker Visitors on last Thursday at the Baker residence \\ere Miss Frances Baker of St Agnes" Hospital. Baltimore, and her classmate. Miss Barbara Do\erinc\ --Dr. D L. Beegle \\ho retired during the past week as president of the Emmitsburg Lion Club, has been named zone chairman for the Lions Clubs in this area, ·which includes clubs at Tanevto^vn Glade "Valley. Union Bridge. Thurmont and Emmitsburc --Rev John D Sullivan C M of St. Vincent s House. «s a patient at St. Agnes" Hospital. Baltimore, where he is undergoing treatment and observation --The regular monthly meeting of the Francis X Elder post No 121. American Legion was held in the Legion Home New officers for the coming: year were elected as follows Curtis Topper president: Harold Hoke. first vice president; Joseph Sanders, second vice president. Allen Boue\. finance officer. Raymond Baumgardner chaplain. William Rodgers and Eagar Wast- o' i en our Besides Mr and M'« Myers 'v««'-« h i r cn.idrcn Jean Derive Dor.s o a "erle Gochfnour ind Pilchard r r ' a were present Refreshments v. ..10 scr\e^ --Mr and Mr? Donald """"ipcr * ;-a"d o^jsntc' 3hirlc\ M--- \ / t l JSTI Ec.\ T Tu'jpc- E-d Ra'ph ""oppcr % 3'ted V «-c ^ .·. o '. r and X-j Guy Topper nf ~-.e-c* L-»!i .T-ore M ss "Vivian T-jper ^o-'-c: ^°~ gra"drp~th»r i Tabor Park. Rocky Ridge, on Sun- "ooocr returned to nay Guests r.-om Baltimore in- ho-r? of r cr parents, ?Ir. and ciuded Mrs. Elizabeth Pf«tH*r. Mrs. ·were Mr and Mrs. Raymond Sou**- er and daughter Virginia, near Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles n^s Guy Tncpo- . FJmer Rudy and son Dan. Mr awl' Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Georf* --"r Jo i Kfllv Mr« Marie Mrr James Pfeiffer and children, Grubb. Mr and Mrs G. H. VirU. R-rc- co a-- caught«r Bs-bara. Edaie and Carol. air and Mrs. M. C. Filler, Mrs. Ma-\ n* r'lcr Mr snd Mrs Jfcnna Frv and daugh'er Walope, i C --r a-d g-a-dsoi HONORED OX BIKTHDAY i Mrs Sue Brown. Mw Nma H*ck ' "'" "" t ' "*r ^l Xt* A birthday partj- *as held in man. sister Mary all of Lovetts- ,r-- sr* daubers ncnor of L. W Fry at his borne in ville. Mr and Mr* James Jr--'/e cr;o^ed a Love'*sviHe. Va en July 14. by Lenah. Va. ReJresnaien ana CUDPS-- at 51t sa.-ne of his friends. Those present sen-ed. ReJresnaients were -^^J SOME ELBERTA FREESTONE PEACHES pounds JJ | For eatins or canning, buy by Ute bushel at. this Ion price. vr-/ I S T f R N Iceberg Lettuoe J I t L-i'OOIr 1) \\ t STEKN Fresh Peas t \ L I r O R v « \ L 1 H G E Saley Lemons uicy Oranges .'tM Yellow riced rig 1 -* down to earrn. Grocery VALUES! ^x^s^^ x ^s^^^w=»^ SHOP FOR THESE BAKERY TREATS! SWEET ?-*e- cf ycu- Ai, buy a* *·· t- s-- -d fc_ *·" _-S *S---' c -*s- c* i' fr-sh favc-i*cs. FROSTED FOODS! BIRDSEYE TEXDEK Green Peas l^ J 3Qc BIRDSEYE SLICED Strawberries^ 59c BIKDSEYE MIXED Vegetables £r 29c OCE4X PERCH 39 STOCK UP NOW AT THIS LOW P R I C E ! STANDARD QUALITY Tomatoes 2 Af URAOE A Apple Sauce 2 ' IONA CREAM STYLE Golden Corn2 AiP YELLOW CLING Peaches * CALIFORNIA Lemon Juice 3 Grape Juice FLORIDA aRAPEFKUIT JuJce 3 ^ . 1 · a 2"i can No 2 cant Jo 2 C2ni . -·,, :sn «n. at. sot. Sn. 2 .3. Z !3r» cant 27c 37c 23c 29c 29c 19c 35c 23c 29c 25c IT S ICE TEA TIV.EI Nectar Tea Mayonnaise TASTY CRACKERS Crax DOMESTIC-- I N OIL Sardines 2 DUFF S 4OT ROLL Mix Liaavs S\\EET vixza Pickles MASON Jars eTM 69c JAR Rines O O I A G R E Y DOESKIN Tissues SPICK W.HSTE SHOE Cleaner '--'» '0, p*a i/OV. p- ^bc J=r U; 27c «·" 27c 4 2 =:. 9fJ_ PK."3» *^\^«-- Sr 29C ^79c 0^3. J » of SM * A , C^iJ *±\}\* 5 c * 1 ^^ 60^ 1-)0 SUXXYFIELD F A N C Y CREA5IERY 1-Ib pr.cts !D @S i ,\ .-. ·*" s im l x -, ^-" · Sharp Cheese BENCH CLKED lb. 69e Crestview Eggs Sunnybrook Eggs LARGE ,,,, (·{*.- G P A D E B =--· GbC Nutley Oleomargarine ^ A -- 71c "· 3Sc FLORIDA ORANGE Juice 3 CAMPBELL'S Soup ".VVff 1 FOR GREATER VALVE A P'S "SUPER-RIGHT" ML, AiP'« Cleie-TrlmncC meiico ot cunlKg "Sustr R'j!-;" -·», elm »=eit wa«« . . . give* y^u r-;-e BSOd «- -3 ':- -;,,-- --o"-y ··- aas St Ju« ths c'is'c* part cf « h tendtr cjt o' esn 'ei at' a-d »"'!K fed vtal ana pnng ia--!·. DRESSED AND DRAWN CDVIMP pyspff^i rnimb bfhi^^cr s 2 ' . to 3-lbs NONE PRICED HIGHER ic pound MORRELL S PKIBE In the spic and span Bakery Department of your AP you'll find feather-light cakes, bread that's the toast Of the town, and dozens of other tempting treats at tempting prices. doz. MARVEL POPPYSEED VIENNA BREAD '-' 16* JANE PARKER SUGARED OR CINNAMON FRESH DONUTS CHOCOLATE ICED DEVIL'S FOOD LAYER CAKES Marvel Rolls M a,S8?c8' Cinnamon Strussel Buns Party Rye Bread Golden Pound Cake MARVEL LARGE size each 59 C 21*0* 29c 19c 15c 49c Pkj. each *iK5»Wi «S5^ »«ssss? ft tail ^ cans Evaporated Milk WHITE HOUSE All 5c Candy Bars 6 '- 23c "^ Marshmallows RECIPE B£?AND 2 Apple Butter OLD ^«G.MA 2 Premium Crackers ^isco Eellogg's Rice Krisples 2 Bed Heart Bos Food 2 FITTER'S No. 300 O" ALL GREEN can 1-!b bcx s 2 : 33c 35c 26c zyc 27c Daily Deg Food OR FISH Q '- ib - 9^o t car.s A»/L Asparagus Spears FrenehStyleGreenBeans 2 Early June Peas s SKaft° 3 N ' 2 Bartlett Pears TOoIe Apricots Corned Beef Hash Armour's Treet dexo DEL MONTE HALVES UNPEELED SERVE HOT OR COLD 35c 29c 25c 43c N«.«j*25c 31c 47c No. 2 cans cam No. zy can can 1-!b. can 12-02. can VEGETABLE SHORTENING! 1-!b. can 3-lb. can 1 Sl .17 ANN Sliced Bacon StPEK RIGHT BFEF FANCY SEA7QCD Short Ribs *- Sic TENDER Pork Liver . 43c GW \LTNE1 S BONELESS Smoked Butts 79 COLE SL\W OR Potato Saiad 3 lc FRANKFURTERS pound C -, _ : « 1 £·» IFT "? PRF-VIIl OR GOETZE Pollock hillels r ^ Y ^ c '^ Halibut V CY SJCED b -" Fresh Forgles ·- K^ Fresh S-3a «= ^ Fresh Shri^io -= £^ Ivory Flakes FOR FINE WASHABLES " rae QAc package wY Camay TOILET SOAP 2 bath ^l 1 ^ siza bars £l£ FAMOUS COFFEES Dressin Ni-M'SPAPFR

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