The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 26, 1948 · Page 6
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July 26, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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WELL SAID-IMS WINNER, M1SC O-BOWHA O-8OYC6 SOT A DOLUieS WORTW PUBLICITY rr.iou MUST IT IT WAS SUCCESSFUL UJKAY 114 THE bo To BE A. "00 ^CO HOW rrCDST KM? NT^ '/ STAIR IE. OUT LATE F/25T STep Now That Everybody Is Talking Vitamins Why Not Me? THESE PILLS CONTA5N } K^G'M DONT FORGHTi L JDavey Weinberg Wins Cold Memorial Trophy Davey Weiaberg \von the Mem- Ballenger Upsets Harmony Team Twice Ballenger upset Harmony, first j | Even Break To Hustlers Holding Back Clubs Makes This Slam JEFR * FINISHED IT! WE'LL, MAKE A FORTUNE! I MADE ANEW VITAMSN PtLJL! INEi) I!N * got an even break \ -end hostilities. They : to Rockville Legion : Grove Saturday night' ' siois a« Brunsv'ick and Brunswick and then »«unced Charles Town ; r ni-finals by defeating Jim sparKs. l^°^f'^^ t ^^^ tj^p'^ t , Legion at Charles Town Sunday and 4. and Ernie Xasher. 2 and 1; |J §£ k TMJ «o X aS 5 w'T at" he : afternoon. 9 to 6. ! Point. Catoctin" was idle. : ,,7 he Rockville club unbeaten in = . . . . . 19 starts, hopped all over Frysi j Phillips had two mts. including · ofrerings . paing u p an 8 lo j lead ; la homer in as many times at bat ; in ^ e first two rounds Clarence Twenty-four of the best golfers : for Brunswick Moose in the open- Blethen went to his relief and: ·f the club participated in the; or. scoring three of the w i n n i n g . stopp ed the olored sluggers cold.: loumament, which has been in pro- ; runs. Dick Price, who pitched both ; Rice's effective pitching com: Cress since July 3. The trophy is' games for the Moose, was wild at bined with game saving catches by Bew in competition and must be j the start of the second frame, los- ; Jones and Price accounted for the Weinberg had advanced to the inals by defeating Jim Sparks. 4. and" Ernie Xasher. 2 and 1 fc 36 holes after tying at IS holes. Kirschrnan had eliminated Bob Parringion. 2 up, and Ear! Rhod- 1 up. possession. won three times to gain permanent ing in the first inning. | First game. R- LITTLE BEX WINS -^ j Jeffowon 4 Reading. Pa.. July 25 ;;!;.--Little i « win yestercaj. j H. E. . The scores: | 7 1 ' Kockvllle L. AB. R. H. O. A. E. j WELL.7HEY'RE--EJ? - - i ViTAMiN PiLLS - ONE A DAY AND THS/'LL MAKE LTHYAND. Ben Hogan. the magnificent prcs- j Lakin lure golfer from Hershey. Pa., won ! o °P er the 515.000 Reading Open today i Second game: with an eight-under-par 31-34--64 ! Jefferson »nd a 72 hole total of 269. He i Moose _i_ » j? _ -r^ t * _ - *··» i i TUTarrt House: R. H. 5 5 4 8 ·mashed the Berkshire Country j Ferrell and House: Price Club course record by a stroke. I Cooper. Danner. j 7 1 1 B. Williams. 2b. . 5 ! Price and \ Webster, 2b 5 4 i Israel, ss 5 3 ·p I Snowden. Ib 3 0 £*- : * . . Q ; Awkard. cf 3 1 0 I Baker. If. 4 0 ·inH ! Bostion. c 3 1 ! Smith, rf 3 1 4 1 0 ! 1 : o! · None V A J 10 » · A » 5 2 4 K Q 1 9 S 7 Tournament--Neither vol. Sontfc West Nwtk EM* 1* Pass 1* P«s* 2 V Pass 4 V PM* 5 · Pass C * Pas* 6 V Pass Pass Pass Openlnf-- » Q · ALL THE VI TAMiNS \ THAT THE QODV H£?DS ) AND VC'J'RE GOING TO / HAVE THE HONOR Cr \ B£i.NG THE TOEVcRTSjy .. NEW FILLS! ,, _ 'W. Williams, p. ri. £*· : DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 · Hustlers j First game: ; Ballenger 3 7 I Harmony 1 5 \ C. Cline and J. Shaff; Earl Ropp \ Price. If. 5 'and Roland Cline. i Murray. 3b. . . 4 0 I Second game: R- H. E. ] Angleberger, Ib. 3 1 [Ballenger 2 6 0 , Jones, cf 5 1 ^Harmony 1 3 i B. Blank and J. Shaff: i Baker and Roland Cline. 2 i Trussell. c. Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware Doll's Jewelry Store XTT.-V i Rernsburg. 2b. · l a (Abrccht. rf. ... \ Myers, ss. i Fry. p. | Blethen. p. · Rice, p. ... I ! Totals ... 9 SOUTH MARKH ST. FREDERICK. MO. 0 2 jy \.AJLLIAM E. McKENNEY 0 0 i Americas* Card Authority 0 0 j Written For XEA Sen-ice 0 0 ; A great many people think that 0 0 i the talcing over of the United States 1 0 S by Texas is a joke, but so far as j bridge is concerned. I can tell you 35 12 10 27 itfl 3 ; u lat t h e Texas players think they AB_. R. H. O. A. E. | are the best in the world. The last 0 ° I time I was in Dallas, I had a talk 1 * · with Col. H. A. Cole, who takes J| {time out from h«s motion picture ·· j business to run the Texas Bridge j| j Association. He said. "Mac. the ,, I greatest bridge players in the world are going to come from Texas." At the summer session of the 5 4 2 3 1 2 I 0 11 1 2 1 0 3 2 0 1 2 11 2 2 1 6 1 0 0 4 0 3 0 01: _ | national championships tournament starting at the end of this week at the Hotel Stevens in Chicago, the 35 4 10 24 11 1 i Texans will DC on hand. Colonel Cole said that- the play · Score By Innings · Legion" 5 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 x--12s ' n today's hand is just an ordinary · Hustlers . . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-- 4 i one in Texas. But I think he ex! Summary: Earned runs: Fred-1 aggerated a little, as it is one of crick. 2: Rockville. 12. Left on bas- i the greatest hands I have seen, i es: Frederick. 7; Rockviile. 4. Two- | South's two-heart bid was a bit I base hits: Myers. Jones. Awkard. j light, but the bidding shown is the i Three-base hits: Webster. Will- | way it happened. I iams. Home run: Webster. Double ] The open in g lead of the diamond plays: Williams to Webster to quccn was won by dec larer with BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES « sofa T. M. RES, COPR. IMS BY Kg* Stavfeg RED RTDER The Trap Is Baited Struck out °w-n allS ~°f \Vilhams. 1. the ace. and a diamond trumped \ in dummv with the deuce of hearts. THIS'LL HOLD ^y OKAY, FlfCKY TILL I } NOW WA,TCH~TH= GWDWs Hi TO JA»_ / SACK DOOR OF =fS SALOON! AX'D RYDER'S TO TfjAPTriE STAGE BA-VDHS \S PUT I.MTO fV£ SSSV T~\S .^£U ,,, rvss r-cv AVO ·*= AIKT eooo EMOLXSH/ YOIHG. HAVE TO GET AXOTriSR. STAS= DrBV'=!J/ ^te^_. v S43 IT ME* SERVICE. ISC. T. *t_ I . , - . S / U. S. f AT. OFF. Property Owners! The exclusive "Fyr-Fytcr" extinguishers pic- tnred here can represent the difference between your investment in buildings and eqcipmcnt and a useless heap of rubbish. The lonc-ranRe "instant." utilizing the maclr anti-frecie fluid "Karbaloy." is the finest ccn- eral fire extinguisher on the market and wilt completely extlns««sh fire FIVE TIMES FASTER than other chemical devices. The "Model A Super." a vap pump-tvpe extinguisher, is quickly effective on' ALL types or fires and. with the "instant." provides real all-around security against fire loss. ; Remember. anyUiins that will burn is a fire " hazard: SAPPINGTON AND COMPANY Libertytown. Md. Phone Frederick 1133-J-2 . t-By W.lhams 7; Bleth- A sma ,r heart was returned and "- " Pltche °"' *· w °n wi«» «= ni»e. The five of dia- , _. - i wuii mui Ui2 nine. The five of dia i Flair S Scorcr: I monds was trumped in dummy with I " I the queen of hearts, the seven of i Charles Town AB. R. H. O. A. E. j nearts was led back. East showed I Heirmans. ss 3 0 0 0 ' ~ | Bowers. Ib WiUingham, If I Walters. 2b ............ 4 j Harding, cf _____ ...... 5 Bond. 2b ................ 5 _. 4 ... 3 Koontz. c Johnson, rf ........... 2 Miller, p ............... 4 Barker, p ............ 2 Totals .... Hustlers j i out and South won the trick with 1 1 2 - 2 0 ttie ten - ^ ne n ' n e of diamonds was. 1 3 2 0 0 J trumped with t h e king o f hearts. 0 0 2 0 1 i Seeing ail of the hands makes 0 0 13 1 0 I it easier for us than it was for the 1 2 1 0 0 J declarer when t h e hand w a s playexi 1 1 6 2 0 I in Texas. If he had cashed the ace 0 0 0 0 0 i of clubs at this point and led a club 1 0 1 3 1 : back. West would have trumped 1 0 0 0 0 - a n d South still would have h a d t o , lose a club trick. . 3 6 8 7 27 8 3! But South led the nine of clubs AB. R. H. O. A. E. I from dummy and won witti the Markell Ford Phone 202 ANTIQUE SALE Community Hal!. Plane Xo. 4. II Mi. East of Frederick, on Route 40 WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1948, AT 10:00 A. M. REFINISHED FURNITURE Hepplevrhite vralnat chest of drawers, inlaid; maple stand xrith. draxrer. -v^alnnt stand trith drawer, donsfh tray on Ies:s. -svalhut 4- leg table, cherry 4-Ieg breakfast table, shocraaker's bench, 6 Adams chairs. FURNITURE IN ROUGH Walunt rnarble-iop -«-ashs{aijd, walnut marble-top coffee table. 2 marble-top stsnds. solid end -walnnt bureau, -wine cabinet, pie safe, pine "trashstand. sink, 2 small sideboards, marble-top ivalnnt sideboard, walnut what-not, GLASS AND CHINA Dresden lamp, miniature Gsue with Wind lamp, student's lamp, hanging lamp with prisms. Gone with Wind lamps, large Staffordshire fignre, sr.tin glass cracker jar, bine Staffordshire cnp and saacer, pair Waterford decanters, Jacob's ladder compote, vaseline leaf footed dish, "-piece Button and Daisy berry set, pair fine cnt and panel compotes, pair hexagonal Bull's-eye compotes, creamer, sugar and butter dish to match, ruby block butter dish and creamer. 100 pieces of clear and colored glass in hobnail, barley, bleeding heart, sawtooth and tulip, grape, 6 beaded aeoni goblets, rare sprig cakestand, cut glass, lot of milk glass, set of gold band china. Ironstone china wheat pattern. 6 Haviland bouillon cups and saucers, blue Staffordshire plates. Toby pitcher, caster set, brass kettle, walnnt frame, Ogee mirror, foot scraper, many other articles too numerous to mention. SAiE HELD RAIN OR SHINE -- J.TJXCH SERVED THOMAS D. ODEN GLEXIC TROUT, Auctioneer R- L. KELLY. Clerk ; Price. If 2 3 1 3 0 1 Hummer, c f 4 0 1 0 0 ! Angleberger. 2b 3 2 2 0 1 | Jones, r f 4 2 2 1 0 ! Hildebrand. c 3 1 1 3 0 j Remsberg. 3 b 3 1 1 1 7 {Thomas, Ib 4 0 1 13 0 : Myers, s s 5 0 1 6 3 iRice, p 4 0 1 0 3 j . · XTVITEDS SPLIT | Totals 33 9 II 27 14 2 J United Firemen split a Softball i Score By Innings ' doubleheader at Clarksburg Sun- Charles Town .... 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 -- 6 {day afternoon, defeating Green Hustlers 1 0 0 1 3 0 3 1 0 -- 9 j Cheese. 4 to 3. in the opener and I Summary" Two-base hits--Hard- j dropping the nightcap. 10-4. ing. Three-base hits--Hildebrand. I First game: ! R. H. E. 0 ) queen. The jack of hearts picked 0 1 un West's eight-spot and the ace 1 ! of clubs was discarded from dum- " ! my. Now declarer conceded a club 0 ; trick to East, and he still had a 0 j trump to set back in and cash the 0 i balance of the tricks. o i FRECKLES AXD HIS FRIENDS Who Ordered Milk? AMK IDST ASSORTED LIVESTOCK; AT THE AGRICULTURAL. COLLEGE, LARD AND FRcCK S6ARCH f£K A HEN THAT wiu_ INTO THS JOLLY P8UMES BY LAYIMS- AM EGG 7-T.t / IHStc SHOULD BE CHSCKEMS HERE , SOMcWHEHc, LARD/ POOTR'MG- AROUMD HERE COULD 5E AMY MQRS CHICKEN TriiM YOURS TRULY / z DOMT L-LIKE THIS PLACE/ BARITONE, (T5 " HOME R3RM6/ /s-suspf · · VIC FLINT A Visitor For Ambler Price. Harding. Johnson. Double | Uniteds 4 8 2 plays--Angleberger -to Myers t o ' Green Cheese 3 8 3 Thomas. Base on balls--Off Rice, i H. Tyeryar and Kolb: Burrall 2: Barker, 2: Miller. 1. Struck out \ and Laymen. --By Rice. 2: Miller. 3: Barker. 2. | Second game: R. H. E. Losing pitcher--Miller. iUniteds 4 9 2 I Green Cheese 10 9 2 ] R. Tyeryar. H. Tveryar and i Kolb: Burrough and Shipley. Takes Heart Of Md. Lead Myersville replaced Broad Run as leader in the Heart of Maryland League Sunday by defeating'Neiv Windsor. 6 to 2. while ML Airy was upsetting Broad Run. 8 to 3. Pickett's Corner defeated Thur- morii, 5 to 2. and Florence copped both ends of a double bill from Day. 9 to 8 and 23 to 3. The score. R. H. E. Ml. Airy 8 15 3 Broad Run 3 7 0 gaula Gallarrtree, the columnist, had called me to her office "to tell me of a lady in distress. IS TAFFY TI15OH, SHE IMHBJITED MIIUON5, AMD SHE'S CONVlHCtD SOMEONE TO K1U. HER. SHE WANTS YOU. AND SHE SEWT VOO A PLANE TICKET A!® A CHEOCR5R4500. x^kSKE SAY? Gjeanwfuie, near Taffy Tilsorts Florida home.-! WCIE AMBLER, ARE YOU Iff ·i HAVE NOT TOlO UNCLE AMBLER, WHO LIVES v/rra ME. THAT I AM ENGAGING A PWVATt DETECTIVE, SO I SHAll PRESENT VIC PJMT J'^ ~% CONFOUND WHYCAifT THEY LE ME ALONE/ AFTER I RNDTHEBCOiN IN THE POOL BCCAV47ION SENOR JUKE I LOOKUP AMBLER " WAYCR05S,EH? KOW THAT OLD AND SEE THE OLD AWM, COOT WOULD UKE UMCLE AT ME FRO?, WEENDOW KHGH WHAT POUND/ HMM,ApfKR£NTlY TRUST UNCtc AMBLER. · Radio Program MBS ABC XBC CBS IFOR tTMAZ. WBAL WT5ID 716 ki S30 Ke 1«99 ke »3I ke POP What Every Husband Know* f» ! R. K. E. The score: Pickett's Cor. S 7 2 Thurmor.t 2 3 1 H. Hall and D. Maring: Sweeney. Sorrell and Spaldinj:. Milan. «t» The score. Myersville Windsor K. E. Shank Price. First game: Day Florence and Gave-: Roop and H. E. R. S 7 4 9 15 2 Gartrcll arid and Haugh; Pooie and Main. Second came: R. H. E. Day 3 6 10 Florence 23 15 0 Haugh. Swanson. Haines. Gart- reil arvd Mullinix; Poole. Main and Main. Smith. : DIVIDE TWO GAMES Rice's Grocery and Urbana softball teams split the spoils at Ur- : bana Sunday, the former taking p. 2s to 6 verdict and dropping a Z to 2 decision. Rice's play Detrick '. Navy at Mountaindale Tuesday evening. First game: R. Rice's 25 Urfaana 6 Hauver. Anders and H. Powell: E. Lenhart and D. Lenhart. Second game: R. H. E Rice's :. 2 3 2 Urbana 3 3 1 j Stone. J. Powell and H. Powell: C. Moore and D. Lenhart. 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