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September 9, 1967

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Deaths \ Funerals MRS. OLIVK l'. WILSON Mrs. Olive Sophina Wilson, 81, wife of Norman W. Wilson OKORGK W. BOYKR Funeral services for Boyer, of Walter Delaware George W. Boyer, of Walter Martz of Woodsboro died Saturday at Road, were held Friday at the i!:10 a.m. at her home, follow- Barton Funeral Home in Wal- The Rev. Mary Born in Frederick County, she Wenck, pastor of Faith Mount was the daughter of the late Pleasant Charge officiated. Richard and Virginia "-'- - - Burdette. LOCAL M K N T I G X S Annual Fall Supper SAL. OCT. 7, 2 P.M. LOCAL M K N T I O N S Open House SAT , SEPT. 9 SUNDAY, LOCAL M K M I O . N S For Sale Homer M. Koogle property at 1'HE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Saturday, September 9, 1967 Page 5 Country Ham, Turkey Oyster SEPT. 10. 1 to 6 p.m. New 3 B. Court House in Hagerstown, By Buckson kersville. The Rev. Mary E. DOVER, Del. (AP)--Delaware Atty. Gen. David P. Buckson Price Bearers were Lewis J. said today he's in politics to Martz, Lemuel Shafer, Warner stay and that he still has his H A R R Y C. EDMONDS Funeral services for Buckson said at a news conference. Harry "i certainly have no idea of C. Edmonds, well-known retired getting out of politics," he said. barber, who died Wednesday, "i enjoy it." were held from the Robert E. Buckson made the comment Mt. View Church, Rt. 123 Purdum, Md. Adults $2. Children $1 Carrycuts 25c extra Family Special 16 Pieces of Chicken Quart of French Fries Quart of Cole Slaw Hot Rolls TAKE OUT ONLY $4.95 Kwik Kook Family Take Out Shop ' 911 East Street 662-4443 Surviving in addition to her L. Bn'.tain, Russell Feaga, Carl eye on the chief executive's of- husband are one son, M. Wood- Staley and Harry L. Linton. tice in Legislative Hall, row Wilson of Woodsboro, and Burial was in Pleasant Hill "Some day I'm going to run cne nephew, Leon Booker of Cemetery near Yellow Springs, for governor -- some dav," Frederick. r . . . . . . , She was a member of the All Saints' Episcopal Church of Frederick, Private funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Powell and Hartzler Fu- Dailey and Son Funeral Home, after saying that he hoped next neral Home in Woodsboro. 201 North Market Street, Fri- vear's state political conven- There will be no viewing. Fath- day at 11 a.m. lions could be held at Dover tr Arnold Ross, her pastor, will His pastor, the Rev. Dr. Mer- Downs, a sports complex now f or their kindness and attention officiate. Burial will be in Mt. lin E. Garber, pastor of t h e under construction just north of given me while a patient at the Olivet Cemetery, Frederick. Church of the Brethren, here. hospital A very special thanks The family requests that flow- ciated at the services. "And if they are, I'll be to my good neighbors friends Casketbearers were R. E. Dai- there," said Buckson, the prime a nd all the employees of H L ley , S . r ,' ^° nalc L L ' P^fu^' ^° h " mover in the effort to build the Hartz and sons, Frederick and ard M. Ray, Meredith S. Fox, thoroughbred track, auto racing Union Bridge shoos for the Bollmger. Robert A K lme and R.E. Dailey track and other facilities. g P Ir. Rm. brick frame Ran. w/2 TUBS., SEPT. 12, 1 to 3 P.M. car att. gar., on cor. lot, $24,000. Property located Chewsville 2 baths, Ig. L. rm.. fire place, district of Washington Co. con- din, area. Is. cab. kit. w/bidt. tains 88A., 4 miles East of Hagin range, full bsmnt.. Immed. erstown. Complete line of build- Poss. Located-'Center of Brad- ings in good condition. Terms dock Square Sub. Div., \'z Mi. 10'i cash at sale and balance W. of Brad. Hgts., on Rt. 40-A of cash within 30 days. M M A t . M K V H O N S Septic Tank Cleaning C. H. PUMPING Phone 829-1755 or 829-0631 Card of Thanks I wish to thank Dr. Culler, the nurses and nurses aides at Frederick Memorial Hospital ers be omitted. M 4 M I F f R O I I I M P R H TM A M I E * " B ( ) I J k ' E R at her home near Taneytown, today at 5 a.m. The daughter of the late Joel and Ada Zent Bellinger, she had been ill for several vears. Surviving are four daughters Mrs. George Myers of Greencastle, Pa., Mrs. David Stonesifer of Tanevtown, Mrs. Interment was vet Cemetery. Follow open house signs. Sale - Barn Cleaner 40 Stall Cornell chain barn cleaner power unit will be sold at the Thomas Estate Auction on WED., SEPT. 13. See large ad Sept. 9 12 for location. Country Ham Turkey Supper New Market Fire Hall SEPT. 16, 2 P.M. UNTIL Benefit New Market Methodist Church Adults $1.75 Children $1.00 Bake Fancy table Board of Appeals Frederick County, Md. Notice is hereby given that a many gifts, cards and visits ... ,,. . a Republican serv- while a patient at the hospital public hearing will be held on in Mount Ol* j ng his second term as attorney and since retu rning home. ~ ' - - - . - - BETTY GOSNELL Rocky general, was defeated by a bare 5,000 votes in the 1964 gubernatorial election. The Democratic victor was Gov. Charles L. Ter- rv Jr. September 19, 1967 at 7:30 p.m. in the Winchester Room, Second Contact MARY L. RIDENOUR, 824-2208 Route 3. Smithsburg. Joy Reunion MT. TABOK PARK Rocky Ridge, Md. September 24 Annual Dinner SEPTEMBER 30. 3 P.M. ON Oyster, Country Ham Fried Chicken Browningsville Hall. Rt. 122 Annual Fall Supper Country Ham and Turkey SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 3:30 P.M. U N T I L Central Methodist Church Rt. 75 between New Market and Libertytown Adults $1.75 Children $1.00 Board of Zoning Appeals Notice is hereby given by the Board of Zoning Appeals that it Floor, Winchester Hall application listed as Docket No. B-67-22 Continued Hearing filed by EARL L. TAISEY for the purpose of , , H B ,,· f w , · TM nf * rence in New York Cit * at cided "what' percenVage of the orTa nipper known Is^t rSing^^eedingTnd boarding Garland Bollmger of Westmms- wnich Eisenhower agreed ,o ownership would be represented ENDAR NO. 507 filed by Mr. O f c a n i n e s o n a 17* acre parcel " f ' the 2,000 units being offered Howard Z. Stup for a waiver O f i a n c j i oca ted on the West of the yard requirement at 1800 si d e cf Md. Route 355, approxi- R As:*imnnt A '.,'**m tc* in a "R_T' _ _ _ . _ i , . - , r* , , · .-. on an Family Style - Dessert Included (Continued From I age On«) . _ Buckson also revealed that will hold a public hearing on Alvin that he was "running like a dry ^ares in Dover Downs are be- Tuesday, September 19, 1967. at Sheely of Littlestown. Pa., and creek." ing offered orivately. 4:00 p.m., in Assembly Room of This forced the Morningside He said it had not been de- first Mrs. Kenneth Taneytown and ,,,,. McKmney one brother, 10 Sen. Robert A. Taft's statement ter. Also surviving are grandchildren and 14 great- O £ pnnciples which brought dis- yl $1,000 each. grandchildren. sident conservatives back into - - - - She was a member of the the party. The News editorial was cast Grace United Church of Christ in Tanevtown. Personals as a call to moderate Republi- Friends mav call Sunday eve- cans to get behind Rockefeller ° Fuss and as -heir candidate mosi likely to in Taney- win the nomination. The Detroit newspaper said it pVeJerYc'k' was moved to speak out by ring at the C 0. Sons Funeral Homo town. Services will be conducted bv the Rev. Wi'liam F. Wilev at the funeral hemp, Mon- Romney's charges" that he had dav at 2 n.m. Burial will he in " the church cemetery. .... publican, and the U.S. military ita:.cis when hs visited Viet- nrexel Smith and Mr* C Rosemont Avenue in a " - 3 " m a e , mile South of Dr General Business Area. Perrv Road Tr! an A 1 Aericul' BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS JJe ' District. Any P er son desiring a steno- transcript shall be re- returned in recent- Board of Zo.iing Appeals Notice is hereby given by the Board of Zoning Appeals that it . . will hold a public hearing on P 6 ' 6 " 1 stenographer. a C ° m ' Atlantic Tuej day, September 19, 1967, at , . , ,,. . . , ^. t ,, i,_T, ..v.ov.,. While there, been "brainwashed by Ambas( h e y en1oyed the Ice Capades sador Henry Cabot Lodge,_a Re- SnQW an(J n u m e r o u s other at . 4:00 p.m., in Assembly Room, first floor of City Hall Building, on an appeal known as CALENDAR NO. 508 filed by Char. ,,..,, .Mrs. Karl Smith. les T - Hau 8 h f °r a waiver of a nam in lt65 with a delegation ol r^ x ^y Ridge recently hosted ^ ne rear yard requirements at Mrs. Charles B. Shoife Hillcrest 7-2121 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones and daughters. Sandy, Shelley and Sally have returned to their home in Northfield. N.J., after goveinors. a third birthdav party for Iheir 521 " Secretary of Defense Roben daughter, Joan Denise. J o a n can . replied would not when he saw it. as well as Demo- North Market istrict. Street in a ha tn Floor J. ALFRED CUTSAIL Secretary Board of Appeals Frederick County, Md. hearing will be held on 19, 1967 at 7:30 p.m. Room, Second Hall on an Public Auction Saturday, September 16, i%7 at 11 a.m., at Frederick County Agricultural Society Fairgrounds in Farm and Garden Building, fine antique furniture etc. for C. Quynn and Mr. Ed- ·. and a few Watch for list in full by Sept. 7th. Bowlus Auction Sales Service EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer Firemen's Picnic and Festival SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 Mt. Tabor Park, Rocky Ridge, Md. Happy Johnny and Family with Johnny Norris and the Free State Boys. 3 Big Shows 2 P.M., 8 P.M., ' 11 P.M. Admission Free Supper Fried Chicken Country Ham SAT., SEPTEMBER 23 4 P.M. - ON Fellowship Hall at Faith Church of Charlesville. Opposumtown Pike · Family Style - Dessert Included Adult's $l".75 Children $.75 Frederick Memorial Society Annual Public Meeting SUNDAY 2:00 SEPT. 10 GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH 1415 W. 7th St., Frederick Quarterly Meeting Junior Fire Co. No 2 Monday -- Sept. 11, 8 p in. ' REFRESHMENTS Charles E. Troxel 1 , Secretary Notice "The Annual Pearl Reunion will be held SUNDAY. 17 SEPTEMBER 1967 at the Petersville : Picnic Woods, Petersville. Maryland. Picnic lunch at 12:00 noon. . ,,^^ brothers. Those pres- BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS applica tion listed as g^veinors on the trip de visiting with Mrs. Jones' moth- nied t h had been sold a bill of er, Mrs. Charles B. Shorb over the holidav weekend. her brothers. Karl Jr., lerry, Jimmie, Jeffrev and [r. and Albaugh of Detour. Notice Lodge No. 168, New Market, Maryland will honor Bro. Clyde Bell, P.M.. for fifty years of membership Lan'.z. Md. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Shorb and family on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bobanic and sons, of Aliquippa, ?a. visited over the weekend with Mrs. Bobanic's father. Eugene Warthen. Mr. and Mrs. John Owens and Barry Gold water. When Romney was spoken of as a dark- horse presidential candidate in lt(64 the News urged him to forswear any presidential ambitions, saying he had a lot of work to do as governor. Detroit's other daily, the Free Press, said in an editorial today R a family. Baltimore, visited with t h a ^ Romney ha d "used a poor Mrs. Owens mother. Mrs. choice ot words" in the brain- Thornton Rodgers over the wasri jng statement, but it urged weekend. Pat Clark of Harrisburg, spend the past week with his grandparents. Mr. and Mr*. Wilbur Umbel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pitzer and familv of Shiremanstown, him to "exploit tne credibility ·ssue." The paper, which has opposed U.S. policy in Vietnam, said the Johnson ad- told Gov. Romney Street. Lofe Scratches C h a r l e s Town Race Co r s ^ S c r; for S a t u r d a y , C 'oudy .~ind F a s t : F i - s t Race: Proof O o e r a t ^ r , jjt ticn, L i t ? t ;ear 'cccna R a c e : Mr. L D F i f t h R a c e : Scarioen, .Med'u-n Done S i x t h R see T e r r y ' s T i a r a , S e c r e t a r y Ninth R a c e : Funny Man Tenth R a c e : Irish Swedr Soldier killed As Jeep Hits Mine TEL AVIV ( A P ) -- An Israeli u r m v jeep ran over a mine ear- Iv Docket No. B-67-24 Continued Hearing filed by FRANCES S. FOUT for the purpose of variance to height require- on its nVber P resent height) advertising "White Cottage Inn" at the in- Dinner tickets may be procur- tersecti ° n of old and new Route, The Old Corn Game Pony - Little Tractor and Hay- Rides Afternoon and Evening Sponsored by The Rocky Ridge Vol. Fire Co. Public Auction west Rd. and 1 Lewistown, off of Rt. 806 near ed from Philanthropic" Lodge 15 at Hansonville. in a B-3 Com- U.S. 15 in Frederick Co., Md. members until September 12 mercial District. 45 Head of Dairy EDWARD C. HALL, W. M. Cattle on Public Sale I will sell at my home on Ball tent stenographer. Road o PP osite Breezy Grove Park entrance 4 mi. SE. Frederick on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1967 AT 1:CO PM (DST.) 2 P c. overstuffed Victorian mercial District. 45 Hea Any person desiring a steno- THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1967 at graphic transcript shall be re- 11 A.M. MR. CHARLES I. KOLB Rt. 1, Thurmont, Md. Glenn Jas. G. Trout, Auct. Mehrle S. Wachter, Clerk sponsible for supplying a compe- ALFRED CUTSAIL Secretary Public Auction We will sell on our f a r m lo- ... , . - , K1 ."- s t a n d , old . mg one soldier and senouslv in- ,,]-,.« n n d ^ h i n a 9 ^ a m i v o i , ab ut Vietnam must have bee-i m r i n g 'our others ' glass and china, 2 c a r n i v a l Pa., spent the .loliday week- hogwash. because much of what end with Mrs. F'itzer's father, lt has told t h e American peopl? James Arnold and her brother ha .s been hogwash." Francis. G c l d v v a l e r said in Boise, Ida- Mr, and Mrs. Donald Rodgers ho, t h a t Romney's chances were and f a m i l y . Westminster, v u i L - hurt bv h s "change in attitude" ed over the weekend with Mr-.. Rodgers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Topper and f a m i l y . The Rev. John King, C. M. has been appointed assistant pastor of St. Joseph's Parish. Father King w i l l replace R.'v. Francis Stauble, C. M. who w i l l be stationed in Philadelphia. Weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wacthcr were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mitchell and f a m i l y of Toms River. N.J. and Mr. and Mrs LOCAL M E N T I O N S Kent Any Band Instrument For School Music Program Board of Appeals Frederick County, Md. - ,,- ~.-^--- ,..,,»,,,, \; Iotice is hereby given that a cated along the Jcrnsville Rd suite 4 decorated hardbottom P u b h c hearing will be held on P '0 mile south of Middleburg chairs, walnut 30" tilt top table September 19. 1967 at 7:30 p.m. Carroll Co.. Md. 55 Holstein cat- with bird ca* e softwood bowl in tne Winchester Room. Second tie. d a i r y equip., etc. on Sept. 16 " · ' f i _ _ ,,..-_,,. ,, , _ , , )n an ]9fi7 MR. MRS. CARROLL FEW Glenn .las. G. Trout. Aucts Mehrle N. Wachter, C'erk bon bon dishes, etc. Winchester Hall application listed as Docket No. 6 fc)C)t formica top kitchen table and 8 m a t c h i n g chairs. modern c lina closet, modern dining room extension table, ov- KOPOLITAN If Purchased-Receive Full C-cdit erstuffed settee and chars, arm on Vietnam. And Sen. Robert F. K e n n e d y . P.-N.Y.. said in Albany, N . Y . t h a t "in these days 01 world crisis we need someone not susceptible to brainwash- np." The News said while Romney ivd boen the "ablest Michigan governor in four decades." it had puzzled f j r months over h i - "inexplicahle blurt and retreat habit in tin 1 u n f a m i l i a r realms of n a t i o n a l and foreign affairs." COLONIAL MUSIC SHOP 14 E. Patrick St. SMALL brick bungalow, 2 bath, oil heat, base- ft. f r o n t lot south of 4 room bedrooms, ment. 200 Frederick. SKYLINE REALTY CO 662-2977 or 663-3191 Brandenburg Reunion SUN. SEPT. 17. 1W,7 Kemptown. Md. chairs, oak dining room chairs, stands, end tables, floor and table l a m p s , linens, curtains, platform rocker, caned seat oak c h a i r s , studio couch, reed chair and rocker, ,'i piece a l u m i n u m porch set, 2 oil space heaters, old combination desk and book MET- DISTRICP SANITARY COMMISSION for the purpose of installation of a mechanical sewage t r e a t m e n t plant, 1100 ft. N. cf R o u t e m. 1350 ft. W. of Route 3B3. to serve the Jefferson S a n i t a r y District, in an A-l A g r i c u l t u r e District. Any person desiring a steno- case. Frigidaire. 6 foot ulass R r a P h i c transcript shall be re- show case. H a m i l t o n Beach M i x - -: ? on - lh 't- ft »~ supplying a compe- J. A L F R E D CUTSAIL Secretarv William Hopkins and daughters. w n o n he f i n a l l y would organize a t i e n t l y w. awaited the day Special Worship Service 11 a.m. of York. Mrs. mond, is visiting with hoi- mother Mrs. Valerie Overman Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers Topper, Mt. A i r y , visited on Sunday w i t h Mr. Topper's par-.-nis. Mr", and Mrs. Robert Topper. Ixical girls attending St. Joseph College this academic v'v.r include: Julie Neiphho u r s, Daune Ray. Lynn Shorb. Patricia McGucken, Eileen Rern- avege, Rebecca Norris, M a r y Oster, Marilyn Burton. Km- mitsburg; Donna Fitzgerald and Sarah Trout, Thurmon!: Marie Louise M u s c h a m p . C h a r - m a i n . Bicycle inspection will he h -Id on Saturday from 9 a . m . to noon and from 1 to :i p . m . ;.t and coordinate- a purposeful Landon Edwards, Rich- campaign and a r t i c u l a t e specif- !:· g a l s . " the editorial said. "We now conclude t h a t he never w i l l so organized. "The a c c u m u l a t e d evidence l e a d i n g to t h i s conclusion was climaxed last week when Romney said in a TV interview that he came home from V i e t n a m in 1!T,5 c a l l i n g for support of the war e f f o r t only because he had be'.'ii 'brainwashed' by A m e r i can d i p l o m a t s and generals. "To the News the st alt-men t i l l u s t r a t e d to a nicety Gov. Romney's u n f o r t u n a t e incapacity to a c h i e v e stability and constancy in answering substantive n a t i o n a l questions w i t h some- t h i n g other t h a n n TVOUS bombast." the rear of the Town Office. Mrs. Robert Topper observd Mm,. I \ p l o s i o n her birthday Wednesday. annivers a r v ( i o m p i i t e r Backed For Districting Plan DOVER, Del A P t - A Wilmington compiler research group has told Delaware's Legislative Council that for $5,000 to Traps 9 Scots EAST WEMYSS, Scotland ' M J An explosion in th? Mi chad colliery on the shores of tin- F i r t h of Forth killed sewn or eight miners today, njured .')(), ard trapped another nine. The National Coal Board in Edinburgh said in additional Lunch 12:30 Th?n Business Meeting . Program (iaver R e u n i o n F U N . . SEI'T. 17 M i d d l e t o w n A m v e t s B r i n g Basket Lunch Lord's Acre Festival K o o n t z Chapel Methodist Church Park Mill's Road Near Lily I : 'ons S A T U R D A Y . S K l ' T K M B K R If, B e g i n n i n g at Noon A n n u a l Turkey Oyster Supper U n i t e d Church of Christ A d a m s t o w n NOV. 4 Chicken. M a m Oyster Supper F a m i l y Style OCT. 7 , 3 P.M.'UNTIL L u t h e r a n Chu-eh B i i r k i t t s v i l h A d u l t s SI.7,") C h i l d r e n «."(· CaiTv-::;its 2."c e x t r a er, f l a t silverware, dishes, glassware, pitchers, mugs, etc. 6 electric motors, emery grinder, bench saw. shaper. pipe t h r e a d e r s , c u t t e r s , etc. small tools, cast ir;;n chunk stove and miscellaneous i t e m s not listed. Board of Appeals Frederick County. Md. Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on M, r ~^, . ' ° l res ' ;;)nsl - September 19. l%7 at 7::«) p.m. " " ' ble for accidents MRS G R A C E STRIDE E m m c r t R. Bowlus, A u c t i o n e e r B o w l u s A l e x a n d e r . Clerks in the Winchester R o o m , Second Floor, W i n c h e s t e r H a l l on an app l i c a t i o n l i s t e d as Docket No. Public Sale W E D N E S D A Y . SKIT. 2(1. 1W7 at 1:00 P . M . at my home on B a l l Rd. opposite Breezy G r o s e Park e n t r a n c e , -1 mi. SK. Frederick, tools, a n t u j u e s . modern f u r n i - t u r e . See l i s t . MRS. G H A C K STRIDE K m m e r t R . B o w l u s . A u c t . B o w l u s A l e x a n d e r . Cle-ks Notice Libertvtown Vol. Fire $10,000 it could produce-- using a three miners are missing. computer -- a reapportionment plan for the state. Representatives of CROND ( Computer Research on Nonpartisan Districting) have made an txtensive presentation to i.he council. . A spokesman said that for his cuo work. Fir: followed the explosion Scottish police cordoned oft the area and fleets of ambu- 'ances and 'ire engines began r scue operation. Coal board o f f i c i a l s joined - \ i ( h miners in directing the res- group to produce a plan he would need only the, population riata from the census, the computer -- which he said can bo rented in W i l m i n g t o n - - and the criteria established by the Log islaturo The council derided to :ioc' again Sept. 21 to discuss further the nronosal hv CROND Tho colliery is one of the top ' !ts in B r i t a i n , producing 3,500 t a n s of coal daily. The Michaol har two l.ROO foot dorp shafts and practically all ( l i e workings aro undor tho bed ( f the F i r t h of Forth '.ho canst- of the explosion ·vas not immediately deter, nerl. The Dept. will hold their meeting on SEPT 11, 8 I W I L L I A M BILL. Sect NOTICES O R n r P M I S ' ';N A U D I T W i l l i a m W Wcm er, Assignr-p of F'.ir r , And Mrchrtnirs Rrtnk, A body r i r, to. Mortq^afe of C f T r l t o n I V i H d G e r r t d i n p ft V i r K , riis w i f e NO 71,607 F . Q U I T Y Iri the C i r - r i f C o u r t tor Fredenrk ' MI-I Sittinc, in f q u i T v J U L Y TF RM, 19*7 In the rvMttrr of the A " - 1 i t o r X Pe · i e r t t ' e IKt H a y O f August, 19*7 o e D F W E O . T H A T on the : S t h rt-v t i art uron rhp Renort o* rhe /,,,.· f i e - * ,-TS r f o r e s ^ i d in the ^tjovr- f A ·· fi V v r a t i f y ATI f n n ' i r m the -. ufVe's ( t ;if» to fhp c o n t r a r y Tt^erer,' r v ' w n heforp said day provided a i ,V f f c is r "* r he nub tshed ·" ·,' me ri paper puh i'hed in F r e d e r i c k f o u r f y D,-t»d !·· s list day of A u r j n s t , W * ' FI 1 IS f WA( H r F P C e r f l f 1»^e , n i t ( Our · f r r P u b l i c Sale S A T U R D A Y . S K P T K M B K R 2:: 1!«17 nt 1 1 : ( H I A . M . a t F l i n t H i l l Park M i l l s Rd. (I mi. S t-rick. h o u s e h o l d , s m a l l ti. ils. :i '.)Utc-!icring hcg.s and c o m p l e t e b u t c h t r i n g e(|iiipinent See list HOWARD T. D e G R A N G E , SR E m m c r t R . Bowlus. A u c t i o n e d filed by ( J A R Y H for the purpose of v a r i a n c e t ; t h e r e f j u i r e d yard in oi'dc.' to c c n s t r u c i car garage in the right y a r d . l . K ' a t e d on N o r t h e a s t We-: F o u r t h S t . K x t d . r71' N o r t h C l o v e i ' h i l l D r i v e , Lot No. I). " C l o v e r h i l l " .subdivision, in an R - l H e s u k n t i a l D i s t r i c t . Any person d e s i r i n g a steno- g r a p h i c t r a n s c r i p t s h a l l be :e- ·Yed- sponsible for s u p p l y i n g a compels. 3 t e n t M e n i g r a p h e r . .1. A L F R K D C U I ' S A I L Socretarv St^LMER Is Almost Gone W h i l e 'i he Country Side Is Still B e a u t i f u l , L'JW About Treating Yourself And Your Friends To A Ride And Stop By CAS'ILE F A R M S Ice (.Yearn Shanty For B l a c k R a s p l ) e r r y Ice Cream And Why Not Try Some Othei' Flavors regular B:)wlus A l e x a n d e r , Clerks M. Com- glHKl elec p-rt Furniture Auction Every Wo!., f:,'M) p in 23« W. "»th S t . , Ponton's nuinity Sale. This week: r e f r i g e r a t o r s , very g'od .stoves, all sizes; 4 pc. be:!r;om suite, good: 10 pc D.R. suite. single double beds complete. «:::xi; bedding, L R. s i i i t o , gixxl; a u t o washer, elec. dryer, break fast set. T V . , elee. sewing m a chine, new sm. appliances, olec hand saw, cedar r h . - ! , s u m t ) p u m p , g i x w l ; ma.'ble top s t a n d . w a l n u t drop I f . table. Ig. office dosk. 4 dr. f i l o cabinet, hahy MIKU :l of Appeals Frederick C o u n t y . Md N o t i c e is hereby given t h a t a p u b l i c h e a v i n g w i l l be held on rear S e p t e m b e r 10. 1%7 at 7:30 p . m . in t h t - W i n c h e s t e r Re m . Second Floor, W i n c h e s t e r H a l l on an app l i c a t i o n listed as Docket No. B-K7-27 f i l e d bv C A L V I N P S H A F E R . SR for the purpose of t e m i ) o ; a r y use of a s t r u c t u r a l s h e l l , w h i c h was designer! fo.' a M t v ' l e f a m i l y d w e l l i n g , as a s t o r a g e slvn for c o n t r a c t o r s ' o r j u i p r n o n t . locate.) on east side Rov Shafer R:l . 1 m i l e south ^·.- r h : i r r h UP C O W T f F l l C l^rv T k ( t l S f W A f H T F O . e q u i p m e n t , was'.istand, r u g , hie- of Bustard R d , , in an A-l Agri- yclo. -s soda f o u n t a i n , refriger- c u l t u r e D i s t r i c t ate! moat caso, m o t a l cabinets. A n v person d e s i r i n g a s t e n o c o m b i n a t i o n s i n k fk i l i s h w n s h e r . g r a p h i c t r ; m - c r i p t shall be re- othor large lots ^ r n a l l Lg ad s p . ; r ^ i b l e for - u o p l y i n g a c mpo- TLh.S [)a(f] Now Si usrrl f u r n i t i i r f vato salo r l a i l v ·s N f . ' . ' K tcrit H A R V K S T C U P ) n l v 25'.' I I e a \ v Fi \ ing ( ' h i e · · is Leg ( ir B r e a s t s , ii'.'e Lb S m e a r k i . s 1 !!.-(· Lb Let s N o t Forget The Fresh C h u r n e d B u t t e r At C.-\STLF. F A R M S Siv"'. Bridge On The Monocacy R i v e r Between Dolour K m m i t s b i n Open l-'riday. S ; i l i i n l a \ . Sunday ' I T i l l 7 P M fo .1 A L F R E D CI TSAIL Thank You. ELLA M. PEARL Help Wanted Female cook for evenings in local restaurant. Good salary. Paid vacation. and holidays. Experience necessary. Write Frederick News Post Box 808 Annual Fa'l Supper j OCTOBER 14 l / b e r l y t o w n Methodist WSCS Attention Firemen Frederick City Fire Dept. Annual Joint Picnic Wednesday, Sept. 13 i Starting at 5;30 P.M. ' Frederick Fairgrounds Admission: Dues Card COMMITTEE I Learn To Square Dance ; Have Fun All Winter Join Beginner's Group Now Several Openings For New- Members | In Active Clubs Call 253-2214 For Details. j Ham Oyster Supper Beallsville Fire House Beallsville. Md. SATURDAY. OCT. 7, 4 til 8 p.m. Adults. $2.00 Children U n d e r 12 -$1.00 ; Served Family Style Sponsored By The Junior And Senior Auxiliary j Fried Chicken and Ham Supper With Hot Vegetables Family Style--Homemade Rolls i "SAT.. SEPT. 9.1967 from 2:.'!0 p.m. on Howard Chapel Church Social Hall 1 Mile South of Lonu Corner Benefit of Church W. S. C. S. Adults $1.75 Children $.75 under 12 Dessert Included Turkey Oyster Supper -" NOV. 4, 1%7 Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those contracted by myself. D A V I D L". MIDDLETON Mt. Airy Harmony Festival SATURDAY. S E P T E M B E R '.) Stine's Meadow Music By H a r m o n y Band Sponsired by H a r m o n y C : i m m u n i t v Club LOCAL MKNTIONS Mercer. Poole Carmack Reunion Walkersvi le Carnival Grounds Sept. 10 -- 12 o'clock Bring Basket Lunch Shippers Red Nectarines Bartlett Pears Rambo Apples Prune Plums PRYOR ORCHARD 2 mi. West of Thurmont On Pryor Rd. Phone 271-2«93 Foam Rubber Center RELIABLE J U N K CO. 5th East Sts. Cut To Size While You Wait We Sell Naugahyde Phone 663-4482 1AYCEE Chicken Barbecue Sunday, Sept. 10, 1967 12 Noon Until 7:30 P.M. At Thurmont Firenr n's Carnival Grounds Sears '_ Price Sale Craftsman Rechargeable Cordless Shavers Buy now for Christmas, -choose your shaver with a double rotary shaving head or a flat shaving head. Current converter included in price. Was $24.98 Now only $12.49 complete. 1 SEARS 12 W. Patrick St. Registration For Toe, Tap, Ballet Modern Jazz i CINDY'S TOE TAP STUDIO ; 625 North Market St. 663-4451 I JUG BRIDGE INN Hot Steamed Crabs ! Friday. Sat-'rday Sunday Eat In - Or Take Out Call 663-9560 For Sale 3 bedroom brick r a n c h e r , f i r e place, modern k i t c h e n , book shelves, basement, patio, a i r condition, ideally located on a ' large lot in Western section of City CRF.AGKR R K \ 1 . KSTA I K Phone ((i2 I t i t i H or til'.:', 4(110 Daiu ing At The Black Hoi-se T a v e r n F R I D A Y S A T U R D A Y N I G H T S M u s i c By S h i r l e v The l U t h i n M a k e r s l-'ast Vieu ( f i u n ( i \ F:iir Shookst I'A n Rji. SI-MT. it f r o m 3 [) m U n t i l A u c t i o n f p in F o o d - G a m e s - P r i / e - - B a k e Sale R a f f l e Come one, come a l l , e v e i \ ; n c A c l r o i n e M i l l i e ' s L u n c h 1 F o r m e r l y N o n i i a n ' . ^ ( i r s l l L U N C H S P K C I A L K V K R Y DAV HOC ALSO D i n t l e i x . S a n d u idles ( ' o f t ' e e . So.!:i etc lit; S M a r k e t St F i V f l e r i e V : . M , l K i \ 1 :irns .Mil \ n n u a l \ u e t i n n K i v v a n i s C l u b ( i f K n v ! e n " k B e n e f i t o f l l a n c l i c a p p t x l C h i l d r e n S K I T . ') 10 A M A t The . l u i l m i n : I'.r- i l i . m l-'redenek I - ' a i r ( 1: o . i r : !\ M a n v I t e m s "sew Useil R u m m a g e Table Bake S t a n d St R e f ' i-shmen! S t a n d Y e i i r A ' t e n d a m v W i l l B e A|preciateil Concrete C'onstriK'tion Basements, Patios, W a l k s . Curbs G u t t e r s . K t c By Well ( Q u a l i f i e d C o n t r a c t o r H A R R I S C o N C R K IT: CON SI RUCTION 201 C a t o c t m Avenue Craftsmanship in Painting Interior Exterior Phone 6f.3-C116 Wm. D. Bo\ve;s Lumber Ci FREE ESTIMATES Ail Work Dont By Area s Best Pointers Satisfaction Guaiantet-d Family Fun Night A M E R I C A N LEGION Woodsboro, Md. Every TUES. night 8 P.M. Door Prize Fair Time! Plan your exhibit with Creative Signs GROFF SIGN STUDIO Rear 904 East St. 662-6266 Peaches J. H. Hale Elberts Plums Damsons CLABAUGH'S O R C H X R D Phone 271-7382 School Girls! Back to school Haircuts Reduced! Effective A U G . 29 t h r u SEPT. 13. Reg. S2.50. Now $1.75. MARCEL HAIRSTYLISTS 662-611(5 Septic (':ink Cli u n i n g N K I . S O N T U ' / K E R iisiMMv; M E R L E C. S U M M E R S P a i n t i n g , Masonry. Carpentry Spouting. Cement Work Phono 371-6891 Featuring the New Baby Doll Collection of Hair Styles For Fall E C K E R ' S BEAUTY SALON MO. 2-2471 Charlotte' Soft Shell Crabs Hani .Shell ( i -ibs Pan Fried Chicken S ' e a k s . Seafood Platters CHARLOTTE'S W a l k e r s v i l l t . Md. (145-665- 15ig S u m m e r Sale! 'old Beei st' 1 . imed C r a b soft 'Yab.- " o l i l Meloi.s Cook ( Hit rVoci A nd Supplie. 1 n ' I N N ' Y ' S M . . . K K K F 7th X \ L u k e Sts. Pap T Margin'.\Vi. i l i o w B i l l Anderson P K ' ; N K lit;:, : -:87 G r o u n d iliirni Lime :. ' 2 M I I V r Toi D e l i v e r -.1 And °pread M O S K R ' " . I. IMF, T l . A N T .'hone .(71-'" 10 Urrss Up Youi Home W n ' i l i i v v Shades, u n m i : t'i( \ e - i c ' i n B l u i i i s $3 2,i 1 i ' o ' e i i r M . t'.' w i l l hs fi » . ' » , · . \ 12 L m n l - ' . i m Rug. $f, 6-' R n l T / A l ' N S (U DGKT C E N T I- R ;.~, S i i t h M a r k e t St. Hen ' s Itlack l\:f 1'avinp i :ld D r i v e W a v s , I i.tchod i L i i j ' . i i t i Sea' ('(,.-. ted Mobile Horn* K r p ; \ i r s \]l TV po . if 1 i t n.ices cleanoil ai-,.1 Rit .m i«l Call fwvuv?) ( : - s s p t x i l s \iid Si'ptii Tanks ; C Y , , n e ' . K e p - M i o d a c I n s t a l l " d D.-.y or N i i ; h t Ph -n 473-K2M B ." W niSPr.SAI SF.RVU F A r m s t r o n g Flooi . i vering Pr fes on t ' l v insL.lled No (';)·· \ i m : ' h I · To r Mo V ' ^ ' 1 i! \ ' ' , ; ! l p ; | i " Dc}t V . I K R \ V i \ W I i . L I A M S C O ·" ··' P r \c' » f SPAPERf

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