The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 10, 1970 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
June 10, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

Publication:
Location:
Frederick, Maryland
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 10, 1970
Page:
Page 12
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 12 article text (OCR)

Pact A-12 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Weteetdw Students To Attend Conference members of the Frederick County Chapter* of the Future Business Leaders of America left today for Philadelphia, to attend the 19th annual FBLA National Leadership Conference. Approximately 1100 high school members and advisers from aU over the United States are expected to to in attendance at this meeting. Friendly competition will be generated at the Conference in the election of national officers for the 1970-71 school year and in a whole series of competitive events between chapters and be- titfeen state delegations. Events include public speaking, a spelling relay, parliamentary procedure, demonstrations, and the selection of a. Mr. and Miss Future Business Leader. Awards for national winners will be presented at the special Awards Program on June 12. ^Walking tours have also been included for the Conference. Tfiese tours will take in most of the historic sites of Philadelphia. -Miss Anne Ramsey, International Secretary of the Year, will sneak to the delegates ata special session. Special entertainment w$l be provided by The New Christy Minstrels, *a popular singing group. The members of the Chapter will be participating in discussion groups, business meetings, and general sessions. Those attending the Conference are Lana Martin and Debbie Moore from T£T. and Carol Mull and Ella Bruchey from Linganore. FBLA is the national youth organization for high school students who plan to enter careers in business or in business education, The national organization has chartered over 5000 chapters in" the United States and has membership of approximately lljO.OOO students. NEW MERGER LONDON (AP- Five English cfiurch reform groups have merged into a single ecumenical body. They are the Anglican organization Parish and People, the Methodist Renewal Group, the Congregational and Presbyterian Church Order Group, the Baptist Renewal Group, and the interdenominational Friends of Reunion. Their new organization will be called simply, "One." DERBY BOOSTERS - Braddock Heights Cub Scout Pack 278 was witness to the exciting Pinewood Derby Races held by their Webelos Den at the May Pack Meeting. The Pinewood Derby terminated a two months project for the Webe- los. Each boy was given a kit containing a pine block, four wheels, four nails and two wooden axles. From this material the boys with adult assistance fashioned his creation. The cars .were judged for originality of design, best workmanship and speed. An old time racer by Ted McCutcheon was judged Most Original, Richard Kinna was awarded the plaque forthebestwork- manship while the racer designed by Bob Shively received the award for speed. Other boyspartici- pating in the races were Mark Thompson, James Crown, Ronald Grant and Robert Thomas. Johnsville Ruritans 10 Yrs. Old The Johnsville Ruritan Club celebrated its 10th Anniversary on June 2, at the Peter Pan Inn, Urfoana. Guest speaker for the evening was Mayhew Whayland, National Vice President Whayland addressed the 99 members and guests present on the importance of Citizenship and Patriotism in the American Home, an achievement which Ruritan is actively promoting. After a short business meeting presided over by President Theodore Wyatt, members who have had 10 years perfect attendance in the club were recognized, consisting of: Oscar Al- baugb, Richard G rossnickle, Lawrence. Hevener, Lloyd Hevener, Joe Lind, Edgar Snyder and Wilbur Warner. Also, honored for eight years perfect attendance were Tyler Herndon and Albert Zimmerman. A five, year perfect attendance award was given to Frank GrabilL Oscar Albaugh, Richard Grossnickle, Lawrence Hevener, Lloyd Heve- NEW STATUS FRANKFORT, Ky. (APXThe University of Louisville, formerly a municipal institution, now is a full-fledged member of the state's higher education system. The 1970 Legislature granted it new status. A warning about "YELLOWS" from your pharmacist Nembutal, a white powder in yellow capsules or yellow tablets is a barbiturate. Barbiturates are drugs which depress the. central nervous system; they should never be taken without a doctor's prescription. Misuse can result in severe disorders. MERCER'S PHARMACY 248 N. MARKET ST. PHONE 663-3811 WE DELIVER Special Introductory SALE on 1970 7 H. P. Scrampers Reg. $599.95 With Electrk Starter Sale Priced *479 95 Also special prices on all other models in stock. VERMON E. STUP COMPANY Rt. 2, Frederick, Md., at Evergreen Point Tel. 663-3185 ner, Joe Lind, Edgar Snyder and Wilbur Warner were also honored as Charter Members of the Club. The meeting was attended by various guests from the Zone and District level including Earl Munich, National Director and Past District Governors Tom Benfield, John Tritle and Elton Shelly. John D. Green, Jr., District Governor, and Austia L. Dutraw, Zone Governor* are members of the Johnsville Club. After reminiscing over past years services of the club to the Johnsville Community, the meeting was concluded by,the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and the singing of "God Bless America", Cub Scout Pack 283 Holds Pinewood Derby Cub Scouts of Pack 283, Good Shephard Lutheran Church, completed a month ot Model Car racing in their annual "ptae- wood derby". Eachcubdesigned, carved and decorated his car from a pine-wood kit. To meet official standards each car could not exceed 7 inches in length and weigh more than 5 ounces. Two Dens were scheduled to race each week. The 4th and final week was the run-off period between previous weekly winners for the Pack 283 Championship* The first meet consisted of weighing in cars, registration and giving each cub a chance to get acquainted with his car and the track. During the second meeting serious competition began between members of Dens landU. Entries from Den ! were Mitchell Scott, Gary Funk, Robbie Gilford, Ricky Diet* Kevin Callahan, Craig Miller and Kenneth Bowen. Den n entries were Scott Mercer, Greg Routzahn, Keith Schoonover, Clark Haller, Mathew Rownsley, Tommy Houck, Mark Bagley and Timothy Taylor. The winners were Robbie Gilford from Den I Greg Routzahn from Den n. The third meeting matched cars from Den m and Webelc contestants. Den m entries were Pat Boyle, Richard Brand. Charles Callaghan, Bruce MahlanOt, Robert Shankle, Steve Powell, Robbie Koogler and Paul Supplee. Webelo entries were Karl Kirby Lockner, Michael Stockman Bony, Gary Funk, Michael Boyle. Kevin Kelley and Charles Burns. The winners were Paul Siniplee from Den m and Kirby Lockner of the Webelos. The fourth and final meet featured an exciting run-off between the four Den winners, Gilford, Routsshn. Suppiee and Lockner for a fine trophy and Pack 283, chamoionshin. Although racing potential of these four cars was about equal, Lockner proved to have the faster car and captured the trophy and c _ Cubmaster, Dr. Jim presented plaques to each of the GFSEmS blue Hbboot to all derby contestants. Dr. Gilford also talked on sportsmanship and congratulated the boys ontbeir conduct during the four racing cometition. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schoonover served as Chairmen for the event and assisting as judges were BUI Mahlandt and Orville Brand. COMPUTER PROGRAM FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP)-Kentucky has adopted what may be one of the first computerized systems in the nation to pinpoint and correct abuses in its Medicaid program. The heart of the .operation is identification of both welfare clients and medical vendors whose claims under Medicaid seem to be out of line. PINEWOOD DERBY CHAMPS - The pinewood Derby Champions of Cub Scout Pack 283 of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on West Seventh Street, are shown exhibiting their awards after stiff competition from other members of the pack. Pictured above, left to right are .Paul Suppiee, Den 3; Greg Routzahn, Den 2; Kirby Lochner, grand champion, Webelo, and Robbie Gilford, Den 1. arcm Any one of these beautiful modacrylic wigs by famous Normandy Hall can be yours free. It will give you an excitingly different look. It's not hard to manage and keep up like human hair wigs. It's sheer beauty and convenience. Choose from 24 shades, hues and colors, including frosteds. It stretches to fit any head size comfortably. Shampoo it, dry it, brush it into a hundred hair styles. It never needs resetting; it's already shaped and tapered. How to get this $30 wig absolutely free. Deposit $5,000 in one of these high-interest savings plans: Regular Passbook Savings · Premium Passbook Savings · MNB Savings Bonds. Member F.D.I.C. How to get this $30 wig for $4.80 (plus tax) Deposit $1,000 or more in Regular Passbook or our new Premium Passbook. How to get this $30 wig for $7.69 (plus tax) Deposit $200 or more in Regular Passbook Savings, or $500 or more in our new Premium Passbook Savings. You may make your deposit at any Maryland National office, and take your receipt to the nearest Maryland National Bank Wig Boutique. Choose your wig at any of these Maryland National Bank Wig Boutiques: A trained fitter and stylist will be on hand to assist you. 1 South Market Street, Frederick 82 West Washington Street, Hagerstown Five) Full S«rviw Offict* In Frodtrick County iNEWSPAPEr iNEWSPAPEr

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page