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Frederick, Maryland
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THE DAILY NEWS, FBSDERICK, MD.. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1932. DEATHS SCHOOL EXPENSES AND SALARIES STUDIED BY PUBLIC Mn. Minnie A. Miller. (CONTINUKD FROM PAGE 1) Mrs. Minnie Alic* Miller. »ife of the , - Jte CSiaries J. F. Miller, died at her ; c!saadlee principal, $2.000: Arvin P. torn* in Woodstfero at midnight Wed- j Jones $1 3^. piogsje E. Cam. S1.S8230; =esday after a lingering illness of com- p^^g^ c . StaJey. $1,185; Cecil K. Holt- placatioas. She was aged 63 years. 1 ' ^ iha:r t:a , e) $791.60 aths and 14 days. j * T hurmont High School--DavxJ W Sarrrring are a son, John D. Mi^er, z^nme-tnan. principal. $2.700; William Philadelphia; three daughters ' Catherine Miller. Annapolis Potting Plants IT -T_-F,~£ r---_^--.w^--» t **·*··*·*-. - wwa.-'h f\ f :**\TMffOTftTSIH OHICOOr 4 , By XEA Service j Washington D C.. J^z* - -- Pot*d becaus* tisey »re con- oat of . *peat Sunday and Monday with Mr. aad Mrs. R. Smith Snader. --Mr. and Mrs, Blanco Joaee, children Turner and Winifred. Wheeling. W. Va- are visiting Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A..E. Lambert. --Miss Bessie Roop spent Sunday and Mondav with Miss Caroline Buck- irghaia. Bird Kill --Mr ar.d Mrs Ecgar Barries. Baltimore visited Mr and Mrs J Edward Bamss tbe first of the *eek --M!JS Evelj-u Rjop Washington. D. C. v^iwd at the hjme cf her grand- AMONG THE SICK Mr. Upton GUdhiT. is U! at his home i W«st M»ia Tane^aown ' Taney:own June 2--Invitations are out f :·' tr* *.xt?»"".: annual comrcence- , aient of the Tjne »»r. H^ih schooi i The sruer o' cxcr lies -A ill be as foi- i:c«- -nSi V« si^enT Woodsboro. ^^ Hekir^e- ^ ^ M^T G. ' *«* ' ^^^ ^^ «^* i parent Mr and M» J H ._ , ... n . _ _ . _ ,, ,..,.__ -- · ^\* *-- ***-·----o 1 --· - · i _ - _ j t~f ·M'^r^ «*t«F*»-cv? rrian D^AiHf .%._ _ .,. . s Floyd Crosi'a'eL. Sl,»0; R. oted worker _of the Lutheran church. I 5^. ^.^~^ '£. ^ 51 , M . ^ year _af^.,^^ ** »«=* Mt Air Aacther sign of tins soil acidity is t The funeral v.ili be held Sa-.urday ^phine Solomon. Si 500; Lucille Norris. pftemoon at :wo o'clock from her late sl-300; A^a SpillniAii. S1.200; Averv borce, wit a services conducted by her stor. Re. J. Frank Fife. Interment. tr. Mr. Hope cemetery- Craseer and ~rea?er. funeral d^ec"xrs Mrs. Mary Virginia Sebmidt. Mrs. Mar" Virginia Schmidt, *iio* |f John Henry Schmidt, who died Feb- |-aary 21 list, died ai her home. 323. .Vest South street, Wednesday night at 5*5 o'clock after a Jew days illness, was aged 72 years, six months and lo'ir days. She was a. daughter of icob and Anna Koehier and was a life-long resident of this city. She is consume all of trie food value the ;im.t- , ed amount of s-oil contain* The »J-- ] Jsoon turns »our and according to gov- Mt. Airy Jun* 2--Last MOr.da:. e-.e- __nda\. J^r.- 1-' S ? m --Biccalau- ' Roop. over .^^^ serr..^ ;j S ro,d'-s:«» la the Luth- . eran cr.urch bv Rev A T Sat.-liff? paster of the Lutnerar. church Tuesdiv J~i.-" 14 S p 25 --Cliat Xuht ir'tne H-$!i Sc:ijl auditorium Wecii^*iii Jxir.e 1? 8 P ni--Grad- ai'.ior. «veroa* in the Hijh j^hool £ud::or:urr. w,·.."; aoclres by Dr Paul S Lemt4li Ti'.ere are*o:i LOCAL MENTIONS Notice. The M. B. Church. L«wisto«n. »U1 , j Uold » Festiv»! on the Church Lawn. 'Thursday evenins. J-m -= d Re're*b- meets oJ home-made ice cream. stra»- I semes, eake. saadw i-:he*. candy. If m- i ' cnade. etc Come oix- and all and j-jead a social eveninj '.^e'r-.c' COMMITTEE. Plover Show. The annual r.ouer S-O-A '.n-'er '.he j'^pices or '.he CUrder. Club o! Frtd- ;-_.-* -ill be held Frlo» J-ir.e 3 ir. :h^ -anih liaJl ol C.*!^:} Me'r^x 1 ^', En'.r.ei of flo»-.r^ .:". vosipetiti"" '.or prises a open · a-'-, and the P-o -·- - · rd-al^ invited to a'.;«r.d CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK POTTS GRIFFIS. TONIGHT Toi rj-sy 301 baclt Into the 4»ritn«s aad ;!··:.»·» :!:e -i.s ·* no*, shining" i- i"rr -.Jf oS tie »orlI--It 1» s : '. s 1 : ".« In the ouslaesa «orla ^--r 'it :.i=ser o£ pecpls who ·.:' r/:.;S'er :; *:U sis-a« --e 5 « :»r te'.:« b'jy ··----*^-«" *--" · ' ·.* »«.«»~~. ·· · · ' --' * a ~r fl-a» *t »·?·?· Gross, principal. S2.0CO: John Hanson, · -**· ~\~' t ,",'^1 Jr., $1.24062; Ruth K. Holter. $1.350. i P^025 Y,/, ier* present. --Tae- local 5re company *i:h tiieir ; clition has either cax^ed trie roots to Esther J. Hrr.teastein. $1,246.SS. Ruth Srxin:a2. SI .200; Cec.1 K. Holu?r. Salaries of officers and supervisors-- ! p ?i a /'^;^ P """ Superintenden; or school. G. Lloyd ' a ~ Palmer. $4.500 vof which S2.760 is paid · Irons state funds); assistant superic- I tendent. - James C. Biehl. S3.000: Ruth enssa* »ad Bro«aJngs«3e members Ainu MJ* Matter. Helen ·a-.ierine Kepnari Cather- ir. Ruby IeH-S. Ethel Hil- Mir K^^:f: E-l2abeth C!utz- hAnk !kSiriam Zentz, Robert Benner Gejcgf Ht~.zv Walter Ha»'t.. Kenneth Di^-cj.,':: Ell»»crth FVezer. EJ- : Sa.-Dau;n ine Reir.doL Ice Cream and Strawberry Festival. Glade Rriorir.ed Civ-iTch LK!-.\:I. \Va.t.- or.-\ii Md . Fr.U\ f.en-iiy J.ii'.e ore. Wi.l sen* af'.er 530 --^' P^'" I -i:"" Cranvr s Cake ar.:' Car.d rainy ri-» ilteaied am Zimmemia:: Ja.-co R^er Shoemak- " For Sale -- PoUnd-China !0 \\Vekj, O'.c S4 Yur COIJLJFTOWER. PHOKE .804-F-:: er. and lecge Roberta i --»»" £rs. Raymond Kirssey. Perry Pomt; Jane Woodley. supervising teacher. $3.000 (.of whx;h $1,760 is paid from state funds); Angelme M Sunday, supervising teacher. $2.340 (of which $1,560 is paid from state funds); Hal Lee T. Ott. helping teacher, $2,340 (of which $1,360 a paid frooi state funds); Charles C. T. Stull. supervising teacher of music, $1.701: Flora C. Gross, music teacher of Frederick city. $1.400; Ger- j trude Smith, attendance officer, $1.400 i (of which $1400 is paid from state funds); John W. Bruner. supervisor of colored schooJs, $1,000 (ail paid from state funds). ·Since Mr. Biehl has been serving as acting superintendent of schools since the dea^h of Mr. Palmer, he has received a total salary of $4,000 per year. GARDEN CLUB'S FLOWER SHOW TO BE HELD FRIDAY Galaxy Of Blooms Expected For Third Annual Display. A galaxy of b'oom is anticipated for the third annual public Flower Show of the Garden Club of Frederick co be K. Muiliris. at horn* and seven Thildren. She was a member of All (saints church. Funeral will take place on Saturday ·it 2.30 o'clock with services at the lioiue. Interment in Mt. Olivet ceme- |ery. Thomas ?. Hice, funeral director. William Jahnke. William Jannke, formerly of Balti- Inore. died early Thursday morning I'rom a complication of diseases s.' foodbine. Carroll county, where he had een residing for the last three months. Ise leaves his wife who before mamage liras Helen Stange. They are natives l£ Germany. The body was removed ·jo the home of their son Fntz Jahnke. ·Baltimore, formerly of 'Woodbine, from Inhere the funeral took place Monday IT; 2 p. m., wiih burial in Trinity ceme- lery. Charles F. Koons. Charles P. Koons, a well-known citi- |«a of Waynesboro. Pa., died Monday Inomins at 4 o'clock at his residence 1 here in the 75th. year o: his age. High |rood pressure and paralysis, the latter IdBlction being of some years' duration. |-aused his death. Te deceased was the son of Albert l-nd in*-**- (Angel) Sloans and was born |n the old homestead near Union |jndge, Carroll county, Md., where he up on the farm. As a. young mar! r. Koons weac to Wayrjesboro 52 years ·tgo. A sJaQed mechanic, he was employed in the machine shop of the Gei- Vlanufacturicg company for 22 years then retired to engage in other ac- livities in which he became quite suc- He helped to develop several o* the Itnest residential sections of Waynss- |oro. notably portions o: Clayton and Idyrtle avenues. He served one or more I ermfi as a. member of the borough louncil and took an active interest in |KlitJcs- He was a member of the Luth- Iran church, the Masonic fratemisy |jid Uie Knights of Pythias. Mr. Koons is survived by two laughters. Mrs. Clarence Glad|il!l, Washington, and Mrs. Eiam liprenkle, Philadelphia; six graud- I jiildrea and one great-grandchild; also |lj«se brothers and sisters: Addison I Coons, Taneytown; Martin L.. of Cres\a, near Stroudsbarz, Pa.; Prank, Union Bridge; Mrs. George Cmrcbacker, -TM^ ana Ivaynesboro; Mrs. P^sa Bonn, Union j Classification: Mrs. T. Sraan Haller. gs. and Irs. John Shirk. Taney- i I own. His mother died last August in' I he 96th year of her age. LOCAL MENTIONS . tie Carroll ccunty convention held in Westminster last Thursday. --Sixty mothers, daughters and 'j-^-^V'-vv-*! ''· i* 3 ^* -el a the social room a: Cal. ,, ^..,. .,, ^ a; __ ^ church. Prscay. Mav 20. ih« tout nnstness f x the e\enn:g seing Mrs. Chester Hosbs There »*re read- . »« s__-ah V WiSley irgs and duels and the entire group , was surchasei 3'. ; · joined in sinking "Go! Be With You Till We Meet Again " Trie menu con- · fisted of fruit cork:ail5. fried spring . .chickens, pickles, olives candied s*e*t ; · potatoes, peas, cole slaw, hoine-ruade , , roUs inth butter. stra»oerr*s. creani.. : coffee, cake and mints This *as the first affair of it kind held a Mt Airy, i --Rev. O. B Langral! and family . ] have returned from Atlantic City where ; ! :hey visited Mrs. LangralJ's parents I j --Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lambert, daugh- j Mr. Henrietta and Mrs Love". New j ' Windsor, veiled Mr and Mrs H S ! iBeck. j | --Mr. and Mrs Mahlon Grira and j j daughter, Virginia. Berrett. were callers : : at the home of H. S. Beck. I --Robert Poole and wife expect in ; 1 the near future to mo\e to Frederick J j where Mr. Pooie will be engaged as a ! barber in the Francis Scott Key hotel, j --The local bsebal! team played · Your.g The class ar.d Kr.:w- Pomt Of Kwtv Lot Sold- The hou-e -i:ii 1^' ot Harry Wil!e\ at Po.nt c.f Rocks sheriff's sale at Th* Milk We Are Srtlint At Our Farm. ii produced e\cl^si-ly :rorn our o»:: :.-rd We are Pur:-.:» '.\T.iair.erf. CHARLES WERTHE1MER Best I'oun'am Servi In "Ihe C.tN the court house Wedneicav b^ G W ' ?S»PUHTS SERVICE DRCG Carn lor $2*5 Job:) L Dutro*' »as auctioneer THE NATIONAL BANK K K E D E K I C K , MD. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SUHPLU3 $800,000.00 OKf/CE.TS JOSEPH D. BAKER, Ck'jit f v t j n of Beard. HOLV; -; 1" H\KEB. · "·* -»^ "o rjjy for r* '--' -: - r* -^ -cost .-_ ·..--· . «c »=S st»te POTTS 4: GRIFFIS TE'.LTOPJS PHCNE 6« JOHN N. CLARY. JOHN N CLAHV. \ . L · -s or s=s-i-»=c» G MILS ?r.e 736 9 S Court St. ADTOB10BILES FOB SALE. «J v - F-W* -- CHFYROt-ET TRUCK. · -· - ' . I * 3"^T J L. 1U-. Fr»i»- 6-3-slJ'.' Fire Wood Kor Sale. · Any Quantity !.:·· -r»d I'hc-::? } ' C W WE33DL£ Festival--Pacrant. i WASHINGTON STREET SCHOOL, j Friday June 3. 1932. | Gree'. j The Lord ar.A Lad;, of May j Hear j k H:sh School Orchestra. ' B^y Good To Est. Eent-A-Car. Dr.\e-It-Vourss.-'J Ne» Lo» RalCi Gas and Oil Included FRANCIS SCOTT KEY GARA3E Modern Apartment For Rent Apply Weil Bros 410 North Market St JOHN H. BAKES, Vtee-Premdrrt. JOSEPH McUiviT, Vtcf-I'resident. WILLIAM G. ZIMMERMAN. Cashier. SAM L- EL C. DI-VALL. Assistant Cashier. J. TRAVERS THOMAS, Cashier. \ ·'_ - A, " ! FINS CONDITION. - A f i l 13'S S: WANTED. i^_^H 1 ^^^'"^* "»*" "V****** r - . , , - - ; ' - » · NV'tSE -- V. ANTS COSGEN1A! " " Phcn? 394-J j First a piece of broken pot concave side down, is placed over the bottom of the pot. as shown above, and then cinders or pebbles cover the bottom to held Friday in the parish hall of Cal- ! a depth of an inch or so. A layer of vary M. E. church from 3 o'clock in ' good soil on top of this.a nd bulbs or- the Frederick team Sunday. Mav 2o"or. j C ho:c « °'- ' Dr. P. S. Lansdale TV-11 be out of town. June 5th to June 12;h Shelter's Menu. FRIDAY. 3RD--.15c DINNER *t Be-f. Crab Cakes. I Fine Watch Repairing Prices reasonable Work guarar-.t«3 1 yr.' , SAMUEL L TYLER. ! 12'. North Market Strrrt CHICKS FOR SALE. Saiad - the home diamond and was defeated by the visitors. | . --~ _,. . _ I --Mr. and Mrs. John Klees. BaHi- | Choice of: Potato Salad. S.icea Torr.a- Eore. visited friends in Mt. Airy. toe5 - Spinach. Tuna Salad. | --Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hobbs and! ' family visited Great Falls on the Po- Evler'* MArkrt. Another L-oad' --f l.'-^e Gaod Gxrg.a Heifcri and S?r.:u«- ri at EYLER'S SALE. Crab Soup. Tomato Soup--!0c toiriac river. -Mrs. J. Albert Nice, near Ridgev.He. Home-mace Pies. Strsn'berr}- Shortcake j Ca:t: , . . . . . 'n nf X TXT»»'-i'-mj f*f-£*"* rv» 'A/- * Thurmont. Maryland ' All accredited and blood tcsvd 'o «· into any state 30 head of the fines' _ !-,earling Heifers you e\er saw. 30 head ' Horses and Mules Lots of nearby · the afternoon till 9 o'clock at night. All exhibits will be received from plants are ready to be potted. had as her guest, her sister. Mas E!iz- ' abeth Gould. Washington. D. C. j --Misses Ruth and Dorothy Hobbs | and brother attended the May Day exercises at Western Maryland college. --Mrs. Donald Watkins' has as he: . guest, a sister. Miss Lola Bennett, Frost- I !od s e · burg. ' i badges. ·a uh Whipped Crcani--lOc. All Members of Frederick Council. Eyler's Li\c S'.ock Market i - · - I City Cleanup Days | Taesda-. W"dnesday, Thursdaj and DIRECTORS josrpH u BAKER. THOMAS H. H.UJ.CR, CHARLES H. CONLEY, M. D., JOHN S. NEWMAN. JAMES H. GAMBRILL, JR., HOLMES D. BAKER, DANIEL BAKen. JR., JOHN H. BAKER, ELIAS B RAMSBIKCH. ARCHIBALD E. FISHER. · \BY CHICKS s- c Sf.!i - · · O:;- -.i'cr.5. 47 ·~ x !»\T a's^" - - · CJ-- -· Sui BARRED AND WHTTB fd. 55 CO A^o »tart«: h.-'s w« buy poultry · O R 3\LE -T!.*-BY CHICKS. SPECIAL . *± i c'. -»-rl wci: for custosa hatching. c'"'i C"-_c». Hi:cr:»rY. tv»:kersv:Ue. M1- HELP WANTED. \V\NTED -FIRST CH.-. n K!" ::= TMget «»::-ct! A C'^SS EXPERIENCED a=-.:'.y. R-:?rer.c«. St»t« ^" News-Post. Box 31i. 6-2 -G It* | Jr. O. U. A. M.. who are going to Wash- cv ldav itov 31 an d June 1. 2 and 3. .. \ ington. D. C , on_ June 4. ^il! meet at j J, a * ve ^ d " esirna ^d a: the annual City WANTED -- MES AXD a '- 8 45 a m - Bnn S Parade 9 to 11.30 o'clock in the morning, aft- 1 due to lack of food. Then. too. s. plant ^sy S* 1 root-bound growing a root system that completely fits the pot in er waicii no exhibits will be received All Sowers, frurs and vegetables must be grown by the exhibitor. No exhibits may be removed before 9 o'clock Friday night, and all cut flowers will be disposed of at the discretion of the committee, unless otherwise specified ac the time of entry- All classes which it is growing. Odd as it may seem. or placing a plant WEDDINGS over-potting , in a pot i too Sar^e for its root system, Smith--Dietrich. A quiet but pretty weeding was per- i formed in the parsonage of Centennial I Follow The Crowd. To the B.g All Xite Dance At FISHER'S FRIDAY NITE. JUNE 3 Music By Our Dixie 5 produce a sour condition in tie soil, j t;. B. church, this city. Wednesday night j ^ ._.--.--.-.. * transplanting from one pot to an- , a; 7.30 o'clock when the pastor. Rev I ·Rith the exception of "two are open to j other, first, remove the plant from the i DeWitt P. Zuse married David O. Smith. j all amateur flower g^owe^ the two ' firs: P°- Gently tap the sices of the j 5on o f Mrs. fa SmiOi. Monrovia, and (special classes being only for mem-! P 01 unt " the so2 lossens. Tip the . Miss Evelyn L. Dietrich, Mt. Airy.!;; bers of the Garden Club. No awards i P°" U P ani ·** plant, the earth sticking j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo'on Die-' win be made in classes not deemed ' t o :he roct system, will come out. , trich They were attended by the up to the scandard. but there will be ! ^ tile ?ot ·** 7Cluc " n tbe P^ 331 ^ ^ :o ! bride's sister. Miss Naomi Dietrich, and When Plate Glass Breaks! ! You want fast replacement--because j Glass Cl-anup Days. Residents are requested ! to set out all refuse for collection Clean- I up dt.. s will be observed In various j sections as folloivs. Tuesday. o-itli'sesl: : \vednesday. northwest. Thursday. I Uou ; hf"st:"Fridav. northeast The co- i operation of the - bile is urged and . ! Will be appreciated ! ELMER F. MUSSHOWER. Mayor. · :.rc! t : . cj. -. " Phor.t 102-J WOMEN TO SELL 5;:'»r No inicstsssnt neccsssr?- We ;o 8 Thursday j HELP WANTED --WHITE. !,-.:d(!.c-l?-! v,o:r.i". p. LUTHER RICE. PROTESTANT. "~.fl girl tor ior tsrido»cr awar »rcnl e! :in-.r One r.ot arriid to r.c-rr a'.o-.r Wsses SIO p«r "drT gMS a-±:. Wr:lc Box 103. a - s m ' awards otherwise for first, second and third place in each class. There will be no entry fee and no charge for admission, although afternoon tea will be served to all who desire it at a small fee. The event is being planned by the following committee: Mrs. H. Jewelt | - r ' o:n Orth. general chairman; Miss Serena | °*^^ ilo e ' Motter and Mrs. W. A " take up its new quarters, place a broken j Walter Thomas piece of pot over the dramare hole jj, Tn -- e and at the bottom. The concave side should ' be down. Nest place over this more pieces of crockery and co\er all with a j layer of coarse cinders. Place a few leaves over the cinders to keep the dirt c -" re -°- aces -:ass promtly a. no expense ' O J . Btl j ldlng purposes . to you. HELP DESTROY DEPRESSION For Sale. ' o t b . Q .__, re ;5_ g w ;-j, ,- BB t by »djust!=e All kinds of second hand Pipe from J j O u»* to it u Jf^ «nno: onre » 5:^ 'o 8 inches- I-Beams and Angle Iron , cyiisdcr cs.- drive i rour. but way "-·-· * WASTED --LADY TO HOUSEKEEP AND s.'W. iis^cr 'phone In apSolstery shop. S'a'.e 35" and ·nra^*- Ttrantcd A(!drM5 5532 avenue. S W . Washington. T3. C. The bride was dressed carried flowers. Guests included Mrs. Ira Srru:.h and Mrs John j Dietrich. They will reside at the home ! of tae bnde for a time. ' Festival. Thursday, Jane 9, in John Summers meadow on Braddock Pike. Bingo. Benefit Braddock Orchestra. i Ely--Richardson. g up the | Miss Lenora Richardson, daughter of i Mr. and Mrs. Dan Richardson. Elders- Remo-.e as much of the old dirt from I burg and Caro i gjy. son of Mr. and Mrs. the roots of the plant as seems ad- j pra^ gjy Sykesville. were married Funeral Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Lome, with Rev. B. Clinton Ritz m 1 harge. and burial in Green Hill ceate- |ery. with Masonic services. FUNERALS chairman: Mrs James A. Long, Miss Motter. Mrs. Eme: Heifenstein. Staging and decoration- Mrs. Holmes D. Baker, chairman; Mrs. Rob't S. j Sanitary Fish Market. MARKET SPACE. Thor.e 135J. Open Tuesday and Thursday--12 to 5. Wednesday and Friday 7 30 to 5 Sea Food of All Kini. Wanted Dangerous work of any kind. Replies confidential. News-Post Box 106. COMPANY, ·Phone 383 o'ffice! Warehouse--Chapel Alley Between Third and Fourth Sts Residence--215 E. Third St. Ixwer Prices On Scratch Pads. Pencil Tabled {newsprint paper) Now 6 Cents a Ib Bond and Boos Paper Tablets. Now 9 Cents a Ib. THE NEWS-POST. LOST AND FOUND. Delaplaine. Mrs. Joiin S. Newman. Mrs. Emory L. Cobientz. Hospitality: Mrs. Riddell. chairman: j Mrs. Joseph H. Apple. Mrs. Long, Mrs i R. W. Eaer. Mrs. HeLfenstein. i Pasters: Mrs. William T. Delaplauie, Soil Most Drain Easily. { The new earta sho'^d be friable and The funeral of Charles Henry Abb |,ook place from the late home. 21 2ast Fourth screes;. Wednesday after- on at 3 o'clock. Rev. Ralph S. Hart- some good humus and some clean sand. This will give a soil that win crumble Mr. Ely. accompanied the couple. After | a short tnp they returned to their home ! near Sykesville. Both graduated from | the Sykesville High School j readiiv and not keep water snispen- Qed Lclous * upper "^^ ^^'^ ^ brldal , party after which they left for a short |i:nos Ijers o: prace lieceased was a member, were: Harry j ~ Umberser. Justus B. Atkinson, Jesse -' TC _ · JVL Hacgh. V. R. Eatoa. Curtis C j H. Frank Folanc. Inter- j | sent. Mi. Olivet cemetery. M. R. Et-chi- and Son. funeral directors. chairman: Mrs. Sam W. Maples. ^ : ° n S -^-^ a - tae de ? ;h o! * iransportaUoa: Mrs. Vincent Rogers, i ?0!;chairman: Mrs. E. D. McCain and MJ» Carroll H. Hendrickson. f*~ can . Reception: Miss Helena StauSer, ! "^ aac 7 - J piaUl5 t au-isor. j g^.^ siosjiti tiien be Sl'.ed in aroxind CJ33,!^tGa.n; ' , , _- - - _ - T-, « ita--a- i Miss stauffer. chairman: I ^JTM^^^^^/"^^ | * »*TM** '-«« has been prevent formation of air 3 " Wetiel--Hess. Ross Wetze! and Miss Esther Hess. - ,,. * _-; 1 necj o 11 Saturday afternoon. May 21. J i. Piait'- -e-_i~- j b3 . Rev p-ajjcjs Rogers. C. M. A de-; .ncn tills mix- s . , . . . . . { Graduation Specials. Noielty Necklaces and Bracelet, Valued 50c to Si 00. Special I9c. Values Si 00 to S3 00. Special. 79-;. REMSBURG'S JEWELRY STORE. Francis Scott Key Hotel. THE STP.EET TKUKSDAV aboat. noon. » lav-nder knitted scarf I. found return to Hendricison s Mrs A L- R:ce. Regard storr tor 6-2-cjl tour it jou may parch»»« a «« tor Ihe ~~ e Co"ipsr!! tfcis si* ro"^ rr.oii=rn oncK dvei::us orj Part A-.c . orltrcd tor only · S3 SCO *!'.rl icy o:b--r property o: » BT.lcM ! h'.jbrr pr:cc T^io thir-is Icfi ia !;«P'--/ T · :s desired. A rti. oprortaa'.sy -or i-f i «r.y bird A JOB AWAITING i'OU. 1 S room rnoderrs dxcr.las far to urSst I statloa including or.; acre !or cirap:n; cur- POSM locit^I on Hl:h»ar i: 3 J trade on , :~ ac'rc«"on Hlshsfay ntjr Frederics, dws.i- ivh e^ EJi'h anu cravnation system A rci oppnrsunlty Jcr tourisi i and filllac slallon rj'j5ne«s ! - FARMS FOB jALE i of any size, p-'ce ar.d location ' For Infornal on. oppcriun.iif-. satlsfaclory service a::d conscientious ad-.lcc. doa t £a:. :o consul; R'ce P LUTHEH RICE, I REAL ESTATE FOR RENT. FOP. R-ST--SIX ROOM HOUSE WtTE SiriK' Apply 107 West 5-.h street 6-2-^31* 3R RE _ floor, garace. JiO East $20. App-J -3 Ea s - 3rd street. 8th street, 6-2-d3t j ing FOR RENT--JXOOERS CENTRAIXY LO- « arid baih. heat- Vl-dll 'OR P.ENT-- FOUR ROOM APARTMSST. SI3. ...-.-Jdini :.i!-.t. APFlv W. L. Burner. 10! S Mark.--. -.tre.-t 6-1-iUt FOR R~.T --3-ROOM APARTMENT. ALL rr.=Jcrn Lev.- rent 153 W. Patrick St. ·PHOSE UBi STAR FURNITURE CO. 23 E.VST THIRD b"I ' . 5-H-dtI FQR jjE^-r _SECONTJ FLOOR APARTMENT. ' " iir« K F. :.-.-...n. l i t West Second St. 6-1-SlJt Card Of Thanks. issuea i We wish to thank an our friends and neighbors Tor the kindness shown during the illness and death of husband of automobiles. ORDER NISI NO 12458 EQCITY la the C-.rcu:-. Court _For ^Frederick Co-^r.-v Fran J. Do^nev. MortRag-5 of T A | Harrison ar.d r.orenc* A Hurr.son. ...s flf On Petition. j Iri th! matter of the Auditor's Report M ^ CK ^ 3 - K - A3B AXD C HU3 - aS? JS^Ioi^^Sd^n aboat M PERSONALS i! Among County !l Women's :e Garmendia. i^,^ ^^ a 5?ace o; ' inch for watering tie plants. ] j After the plan; is potted and well watered, shade from any direct sunshine for j two or three days and keep away from · all cold draughts. Ir. repotting a plant thai seems BARD ABB. TO GET RADIO STATION Singing Canary Birds S5.00 Each. MRS HARRY HA1.LEH. 72 East South St. jCpOL. » "* » . » _ , _ -- -the above cause, to T.r.a"y rat.:v ar-.d Confirm tb« s»me. u=!ess catise to the contrary i : .h-reo: be sboirr. before said day. provide, t a COPT ot this order b- p-js:.=ried ir. sarr.e I newspaper p--b;:sh'd '.n Ftcder.ct ·.east seven (Jays rrlor ta sa-i da?. BARGAINS C rCRNTTCRZ 50 nllgnt'.y used refrigerators, a" %l:es. S40O to 512 00 100 '.:.: sase n:E« T.e-xi $225 jp L-vlns rocm. dining rcorr;. rjsd room and k.tchen f u r n i t u r e arid ho-sehald e!Iecla of ever? tind and descriptior:. cew and s.lj.-.t.y ujcd. a; unheard o: prices Corn* In and be ccnT.nCfd tnal you can sa*. e more than ns'.f We w:.. trade yo'_r old fi-rn.twre In Your creiit U good here ir O =? RENT -- -JODERK APT. 3 rooras. batil, pars"-.- a n J balcony. 225 ·«". Pa:r:ck St. ·Pr-.or/e 5S8-1V 6-l-cS5S FOR RENT -- SECONTJ FLOOR APARTMSJJT- App.v 235 S«: Second St S-31-i6t FOR RENT -- MOOSHX APARTMErTT FUR- r s.~ci TSree rsoms and bath. S.da r^rc-. Pri-. ale er.tranee. J^o ch.tdreri Ap- 7- / S^O S Marvel S; 5-31-SSt* FOR \V RENT -- A?»-RTMENT AND OFFICES. -. B,-» and Grev Beaaty Shop. 10« airlCi SI Phor:- SOS 5-31-d5t at Miss Margaret 3ier. northeast of 'iddleto-sT.. is spending a -seek with Mr. nd Mrs. Earl Aushsrmar! snd family. w Market. Re*. 'W C. Sra;:!-. of ' oent Wednesday night The Federal Radio Commission Wednesday authorized an additional j i eased, take a good iook at the roots for j radio station in Maryland. T hen it 2p- i of root-cevounng pest5. Same- j proved tbe application of A .V. Tic-1 es earthworms fine tr?ir way into more for tile estabLshrcent of a. *ta- ; 'jSo«tr pots and have beer, known tojtion at Kagerstown. ; Woodsboro Woman's Onb Meets. ! check oS nounshmer-.t to_ the plant . The s-^tion --Jl i Mrs L C Powell was hostess to the : There are many other pej«s an- ! tVoodsboro Woman's Club Tuesdav aft- . eases w.iich hit rooa. Hep-x:.r.g anc Anne icrnocn with 14 inercicrs and 10 visitors ' rem-^al of all pests w-_. a^c r.e^ Dance At Vindobona. Thursdav Night. June 2. BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. M-jsic By The X:5htin;as. Round Dance Youll enjoy - E G HACOH. c:-rt of the c:rro.t Cojrl ;or Freierlci ! j County I ar.d Stor-n So..cllcr3. ', Tme Copy--Test ' ELI G HAUGH. O-S d '· "-i present. The meeting WAS ca"J«d to; plants ff nd daughter-ir.-law. Mr. and Mrs W. 1 CT ~ e ~ _ r ;be p re s ;£ ie=t. Mrs. G. L. Cut- f? V. Smit-. 1336 North Market street. ; s na ;;. a^g c -penec by sir.g-Jig. "H ; Your Heart Keeps Rig-ht." followed by Tbe 5oi:=-v^i? were week-end guests of | M3g . · S ;ars of the Summer Nignt." The | v£r. Alvin Srnoot. at Shore Acre on . =ir -^ o * the 4 _ H c:uo o j w.^ds'ooro STAR FtTRKirtTRS CO. 323-325 North Uarset Slree:, Frederick. Miry.and. NOAH E. CRAMER SON. E.ghtT 3-r- cast r i Frc*:- Sat cna. .. z? FOP. RENT -3RD FLOOS. FHOKT APAKT- -- er; M-r.:i CUar'.es WertSeim- cr " " S-30-cStf FOR H.EVT -- FtrRNTSHED APASTMSST, s-csr-d r.o=r. 235 Eai: Second street. 5-30-(112;- FOP- P.ENT -- A?ASTMEST. FOITR ROOMS. £ *:r:f-'"?. wstri. electric l.giits, steain .-.-a", -ari *-4 ;ari:n P3S3C55.02 at o=c«- Vi j c-i-.- p.-.ce J. II. C-J.Isr. 5-30-iti FOS RENT -- FURNTSHED 5-?.OO:t AFABT- - - - -a:ei Aiire^s Box i grams frcm other dtre?. The cost of constrriction of the new Speaks Beauty Shoppe. - vja " Holmes, manager Special NfA'CV \A/1T1fJ^OT J.HCW ?f iiavj-ovyj. · xse poj* of co-jsj-.,..,-., of y-e ng^ · Mar Holmss. mar.ager Special '.his Xew Windsor. June 2--The baocalau- . sla ,- w ; 0n - xas placed at SI2.000. Its pro- month Marvel or ranger Wa-.e and Shampoo. SI.00.;-. Wa.e. $400 ?liorie 55T-J. 217 X Market S; con:, -ear Brunswick: Miss Bertha j icas ~oa by Mrs. J. E. Stoner. Is-jrdetoe. Mrs Harry Barries. Mr and ; Refreshments were ser-.ed by the r.osLl?y: ar.c ;f Frefienck. a: trie iome of Mrs. H - Srr..:'r; Lewisdale - _--._^--., 7-T--ta * \?-- a--"' \T--v ij(f W _ f _S-'C. W J--«C -- --ii» . 0^4.4 _^l.i. "ietcrjer Beall of Washmrton. soer.' Ijamsville S- S- Has Picnic* ^^,~--- M. E- Sunday School :ts *--ua] Decorator. tey outir.: ·sates, which wa= also enjoyed by a large r.umber fr^m tswn a~d ourro-ar.rj- --M^s Hu-.ii IXttertr. Cr-CT. 3r:cje X C GraybUl over the wees-er.i --M^s Margar=: Weybr.gbt. r-lece _ 4 10 j,-, r Gloria Hoover Dety-r. sper.t the week- TKIIE. th= CMiiiniEsioc was Tr.formeG At the rc-ctnt neanr-^s on the appli- . cauon. J H 3a.-rorj. ensneer far th? ,^-^^^w^ --.-^ ff.-..^^ -t*-3* '\T*----"3"-^ i--^»..^?v^... .4^ ~.*y-^ .1.* .\1^. ,,» .^..» -s cue a total of radio broadcas-tir.c facilities of 4 55 T!i!.is ar.d is AmeiKLr.g the Public Local La-? of Maryland, title. Co\ir.:y --ib- title C-:-unty Corniniss.ori?rs. w.:i s.'. as a Board of Estimates for Frederick County at tr.e office of the Com- rr.issioners jr. the Court House a: Fred- Special Sale of Plants. i ='**- *" · «"«=« th * TM?* ° r . J ,= c ^ f .-.. , «-.--- a 5 in the year 1922 or. -.-.e fo..o-^r.= csx*. ,^_ ir. tz:A to-w-.-. June fi 7 ar.3 8 1332. for pjr- Or.e n ir.'ir'-ri ".K.~.'" -i?T5 ^.-^tr.ct. imprc-.!"i - th -.--* f - ro ."-. b a n K b-ri -ir,i ,, -. - j .i -s* A ST-S- . at s:;«o N -.- a:r- B--- ?j---. r " i - T r.-.ce s: -;: XO\H :n co FOR RENT --APAP.TJ.t2ST. 334 WSST r.:- --r-; - . « r;c-- s -r.i ta::-. All stoa Gzr-z? ar.-l .ar;t gsrica. 'Phcns 844. ~" SECOV3 FLOOR. 3-ROOM APARTMSJJT Tri.rrl S; 5--5-Ctt Grc-ff the Flons:. ^. orJer^tj 5 :n Geran.oms at $1 00 per cozer SaKe. larze plants at 40c c-iz Bcroenas doz Wor.derf-1 GROPF. the Florist "Phozie 224. SOc'c'oz" "Canzas. lar^e plar.vat"75c P^^ «- Tar^ct.r.r sjcl-. t^.r.e.-- as :s .7. This sale --11 las: :h-s -r«k required cf the Board of ^tirr.a.cs «. Ja ^.- · ,, _ , ,, - Frec«ncit: County, ar.d tacr. boarc and MISCELLANEOUS. end with :"f.e Re-.. ar.d Mrs M. R ; csie . a _ _^ e-je 30 units and as- Strawberry Festival and Food Sate- TKS RECTORY I^VHTN. ADAMSTOWN Friday Jur.e Z r.efi-. of S: L-kes Ep-sc-jpal C..^rc.. I Vashhigtor. Mssior-a.- Collesrs at Ta- | "-« '^ orta Park, were Mr and Mre. Harry » * »:s jj^ 5. W. Be r3rsey~ L^wis. Mrs. Mr. , on Janie I o- :os: by a score of 10 to 6, Richmond. Va e of old timers who had played ; -Miss Ar.r.abcll F-^her Ba-t.xore rsrr jfe baseball teams a cecad* =per.-. the las: of ;ne -veei nt- re ago- The piar^ of Nelson rancparents. Mr. ar,a Mrs C G De-.- Market Prices rreere Mrs r^arjits Keith and Edward ' Myers. Walter Myers ar.d G Siull fea- I'Jnss jo'^i"' | t-urec for the losers C Newton K;cd i --J Mr. ar.d Mrs Norman Otto Shoro o (Jays rece f Washing- j Edgar R Str.nn. Floyd R-rr.oy, r^r , F-i £ cnc. Washington, D C ;oent Sun- cently with i R^by ir.d Charles E. Moylan appear ,\r.:sat. b j *°"'Con:. obi --Miss M-ired _ . . . . _ , I on. soent several (Jars recently i Rl^by ar.c Charles E. Moylar. appeared day -vi:h iL-5 Emma Snacer Irs Deets Dav ' ^ --e lir.ejti of the winr.erf. Mrs. . --MIM Elia South Ba.timore --The Wo=:ari s Club of Browr.^fs- j Walter England and Mrs. Putsnari won j General caspxaZ. Baltimore, who ur.tier- ille will hoxi a strawberry ar.d ice i the wornan'i wood-saving contest ream festival at the community ha."J, j Charles E Moylar.. of Baltimore, ^son on Saturday night. first p-jK in the pie-eat r.g con'^ast, Mrs Grain. .53 _ 51 65 Live Stock and Prodnce. "--r.-.*r-.-i by Cct:=ty Products. Ir;c · Kraft Mayonnaise Free. Watc.i For The Ser»--U Sa-.-'-l." Aeroplane Your Free T.'-ket --Mr and Mrs Frank Thayer and Harry C. Sworr.ley tak.r.g secor.d hor.- ^rr.l^y .=iirTir.t£ncer.- of L.irlard. all of Bait:- or^ Mr £--^ 1 . davs recent'." t^ith tr.e^; £c.i"~l \i.~ ^.ui.ii^au ui ^0..^. .a-. , ^-n. ^ j ] toe copuuitee ol arrangemenw. j --Mr. asa Mr£. E. Josepa EngUr, ?al- Hogs -- wer.t a tonsil opera-'.or.. Fr-.cay recovering nirely. --C.-iarles Lindsay, son cf Mrs. Russl Lindsay hac h^ t remo- ed at tna Hanover Gr.'ral '.a.: v cek Cows . Bulls Calves lambs . . 4c to "c 3C W 4C _ , Ic to 3 ; :C _ __ 2c to 3c Grad nation-It's one of the b.? events of your -fe ar.d there should "o* a porira.' to 3iark mates Thor.e 795--fr app-o.ntJiiT.: EDMOXSTON STTJD1O Strawberry and Ire Cream Festival a; Yel'.w Sir.r.ri, Fr.da- eer..n£ Jur.e 3 B;r.ef.; Brook K.11 Char:n. Everyone :n'»;'.ed. i ca-h ar.d every oSc'.a; 'nrot-gh whom and e-.ery appropriation of morjcy '« 1 be rr.zof by the County Corr.rriiss.^r.ers -f Cotinty. Maryland. -F :o · be eTper.ded shail be recu-red '-·· furnish an rs'-rca'je f" 511 ;h a-prcprta- ticn. to be made ar.c; rcrt:f.s5 to by =uch boa.d or majority "' i.w --.errb»rs : thereof, of ofSciai c.-.."f or .szi. c'. any department.. sh^-~.r.c; her" ,-uc.i i money -ill be required for 'a~h sar- · 'icular estimate or p_:rpo*e f-^r t hich ' '.he money is to V .=oerr ar.d sr. i-^ir.? ' in fj'.l detail for '.he en,--:.-:;! vear which o»g:r.s July 1. 1922 sr.c · end 1 ; "r. '.he 30th dav "f J ir.e. :?33 All estirriA^es ^r;-.r» of the i county money must be pr^fr.-ed or. or before June 2. 1932 3y Ord-r of "he 3.-ard of Co"r.ry CTnm»iE-.or.erj Frederick C .r.'v. Md .'OH?. \V HOLTER Pro^ R B IvTL'RDOCH, ClerK. I 6-2-d3l ?O=. REVT -- srS-HOOM HOUSS WTTH e -rtr : ..;"·-*' -ar-1 s-i jrard'Tj on Water St ?"- '"" 2r. j-r.e lot. A?p'-7 J M- CrOlsr. 5-J-i-dt: FO^ RENT -- THTRTJ FLOOR APAHTMEST. ::: N Vi-s--t St 5 -n=s a=J bath Ap- T '.v~ D B--ers Lumber Co. 5-13-dtI FO~: F.SNT -- VODERS 5-SOOit. SECOrTD : ;:- a t t irp.- -Cl S--ti 2iar*:et Si. 3-lS-dt: -O^. ^E"~-- S-HOO" HOTSS. 523 XORT3 E'-.-r a: -.pp"- «1 N Market street. 5-lS-dtl FOR F-Z2TT-- LARGE SIX SOOM APAST- FOR SALE. FOR RETT -- VODSHN 2STJ T ·=--.t». .-r-.^-d :r ur^t:n; ^ W-:-. r- ri St APAKT- Appry FOP. S M S -- :.:::K 5 CEN-TS ^ s r \ ' i ?."sia-: V.'-K r .- F -- G:J s -.:_--. S M.Z --T_T=: G -- FOR RENT -- DATLIGHT HOjtS. THOH- o-%^ - rrr^it -- ; Rear vz~ ?ssses- s ;- a: sr:s; ApplJ L'syS O C=rer. 5-t-atr FOR =ENT -- 5IOT3SHS S-HOOM EOUSS. 3:= P=.-£ »·. 'Z-e ?CSS-«:CB Apr-,! I, G.'-;-?: 3 ScSrs S-t-da FOR RENT --MODERN 5 HOO1! APART-- .e-.'. ·» ·- yard. 105 S»--tS Mariet street. .=-- sd '.:e p-:ssexsTi2 App'.j r» C FO?. S4LE-- ELE'vEN ». rsarlv rt?dr - j --.-^ Gro.e. W-«-. r;.--. S-- 3.£S OF ilF».-F E\T --ATTHACTTVS APASTMSNT. Erra HOJCS. Jr, 100 Bast Secoi! s-i-a« OLD JSEWSf AfSBS SAU. : FOUSS ON NORTH C. S. Sci i^r.'C.-.t,

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