The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 11, 1967 · Page 2
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Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, September 11, 1967
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Page 2 THE NEWS. Frederick. Maryland Moada.v. September 11. 1967 First O' the Week Vetoes of Safeway/ Safeway Guaranteed LAMB SHOULDER ROAST SQUARE CUT WHOLE Ib. SLICED SHOULDER ROAST LAMB CHOPS Ib. BLADE 59 Ib. ROUND BONE 69' ib. RIB $|.09 You'll Save at Safeway Ground Chuck V^^t 79 C Franks Scrapple Small Shrimp s-ib. box--$3.99 ib Swiss Cheese Scrapple Ball Park All Meat Safeway Guaranteed l-lb. pkg. l-lb. pkg. Natural, Sliced 6-oz. Lucerne pkg. Briggs' 2-lb. pkg.--69c Mb. pkg. Fish Cakes captain's choic* 3 p^. 1 Safeway Guaranteed STEWING CHICKENS U.S. Inspected for Wholcsomeness U.S. GRADE A Ib. 39 Safeway Guaranteed BONELESS BEEF ROAST CHUCK Ib. 79 Yellow, Sweet FRESH CORK Le Grande ECTARINES Celery Green Pascal stalk 29 Ib. 29 Fresh Prunes 2 - 39' Orange Drink Tropi- ga | Cal-Lo |«r 49 SAVE AT THESE LOW PRICES Sweet Peas Niblets Corn Applesauce Fruit Drinks FANTASTIK SPRAY CLEANER Green Giant Whole Kernel Town House Cragmont All Flavors 4 l-qt., 14-ox. $ cans 1 l-pt., 6-07. can 39 Skylark · Sliced RAISIN BREAD PLAIN ICED 4 . * * 1 0 l l b M ^f loaves | ; ^p loaves | SAFEWAY CCOPTRI6HT inf. lAFEWAY STORES INCORPORATED The«e price* »re effective ttiroooh clou of butir.Mi neid«y, September 1J, W7 In Fredrick, Md We reserve the rtflht to limit quintlflet Produce prices tvbfect to dally mtrket enemies Some of me items In Mill advertisement may not be stocked In all ovr store* Miss Americas Tell Of Joy, Heartache Driyin9 Cour$ The sleek suburban matrons I who have batted time to keep 1 their proportions as enviable as, when they smiled their way to victory at Atlantic Guy, the thoroughly domesticated homemakers with successful husbands and loving children, the talented young women who know how to make the title work for them--in short, the HAPPY former Miss Amaricas --recall their reigning year with enthusiasm, or at least gratitude for what it taught them A few won't talk about it at all 'It takes years to ad ust to having been Miss America," says BeBe Shopp, who held the title in 1946 Mother of four girls, she has been married foi 13 years to Bayard David Waring, Lynnfield, Mass businessman She goes on "Marilyn Van Derbur and I figure it to be 10 years, and then oniy if ona is married--for ths greatest adjustment must take place oetween two people. But first a woman, no matter who she is, must know herself--and you can't do that overnight after having been Miss America " Marilyn Van Derbur, a green- eyed blonde trom Denver who at 20 won the title for 1958, calls the year of her reign "exciting, iexchaustang, glamorous, completely demanding and perhaps, most of all, a million dollar education " Marilyn is now the happy wife of her high school sweetheart Larry Atler, a Denver lawyer (after a brief first marriage tha t she calls "wrong from the beg nmng ") She does television commercials, convention speaK- ing and fashion show comm3n- 'ating She says: "I would not have had the career I do if I had not been Miss America. I never expected to win Cf the four of us sisters, I was the one who was knock- kneed, wore braids and was in Icve with my horse But I did win, and yes, in some ways, it c-rrpletely changed my life Would I do it again? Absolutely! But only one 3 " The Miss America Pageant (officials are touchy about its being called a contest) is the grand dame of beauty events and, by novv, a living piece of Americana Over the years its emphas s has switched from cheesecake to poise and talent, and the rewards have moved from vaudeville bookirg, to a ^hole program of college scholarships That, plus the firm guiding hand of Lenora Slaughter for 32 years, has made the pageant heavily respectable, wholesome eno gh to attrac,. the gn 1-nex door who plays the piano in Sunday school and plans to get married right after college Waat happens, then, when this all-American girl after a heady vear of pi'blic adulat-on a n ' careful private chaperonage, is on her own in the world'' Hnvv have our Miss Americas made our To find the answer The Asso- c.ated Press conduced an inf-v. mal survey, in which 27 Miss \mencas partic'Daled Almost to a wc.nan. their replies indicated that ther lives--fim 0 - t'mes after post pageant tribulations--hive been happy, productive, successful "I nev^r drpamed hf^ couH be so blissfully happy," says Lvnda Mead, Miss America of 1960 who adds she is married to a wonc'prful husband ( D r John c hea Jr of Memohis Tenn ) ·"·ri hqs a f ne little sin "I have been happv for the la-t ,J2 years, ' savs Hennet a (Advert sement) Leaver, Miss America of 1935, now Mrs. John Thomason of Columbus, Ohio. "I could ask for nothing better than I already have--a wonderful husband, home, friends and gran .'children." "Each day I live a day of sue cess and satisfaction," says the .irmer Evelyn Ay, now Mrs Carl Sempier of Berwyn, Pa. and mother of two daughters. The Miss America of 1954, engaged during her reign to Sem- pier, a fellow student at the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, ex- i plains: "I wrestled with the (career versus marriage ques- ! tion for the entire Miss America year. The decision, after complete evaluation of life and what I wantxi from it: marriage." "I know that I am extremely happy and if that is any criteria for success, well then, I suppose I am successful" says actress Lee Meriwether, wife of actor Frark Ale'ter «ni mother of two small girls. Success In Carroll t The Carroll County Board of Education has concluded a sum* mer driver education program at Westminster Senior H i g h School. A total of 49 students from 12 different schools completed the 30 classroom hours and six hours of behind-the- wheel training. Participation in the program is a requirement of the Departi ment of Motor Vehicles before prospective operators can apr pear for the driver examination. Worth Knowing J E P i c . c * * , Manager F.ill in) 1 - a b o u t the pros and i oils of n i g h t t i m e ( ' r i v i n g on long d i s t a n c e t n p s \ \ e agi eed on t h e ^ e p o i n t s ; In \ e r \ h i t \ \ e a t h e r , n i g h t d n x i n g is , t h e r e is less t r a f f i c , and more const a n t speeds can be main- t a i n e d . H o \ \ e \ e r , the records .show t h a t there are more h i g h u a v accidents at n i g h t t h a n in d a y l i g h t . Oncoming h e a d l i g h t s can be b l i n d i n g , and more d r i v e r s are t i r e d and careless, so on balance, d a \ t i m e d r i v i n g gets the ma|orit vote. In many states now it is a violation to keep your high beam on \ \ h e n f o l l o w i n g .mother car or w h e n app r o a c h i n g on" Flick \ o u r l i g h t s to remnii. any driver w h ' has his h i g h 1 e; m on, ln.t 1 e sure v o u r o\vn l i g h t s T m a i n on low 1 earn. See us for " n the l e a r n " service! K J M I t man OUKmobile - International, 22.' K. Patrick ·t MO 2-1166. DISCOUHTl ANNOUNCING *· 3 HrT.V. SPECIAL *^?ff«~** from 6 p.m. To 9 p.m. Every Monday! MANY BARGAINS GALORE PHILCO 71 sq. in 3 Hr's Only! Model 12UW Featuring Philco Cool Chassis that keeps vital parts cooler for longer T.V. life. · Private Listening Earspeaker · 82-Channel UHF-VHF Reception · 5" Oval Front Speaker NOW ONLY $78-°° PLUS FREE With Purchase 6 Transistor Radio 919 EAST ST. 663-9565 FREDERICK, AAD. It's Millinery Week... \ X Come Get A Headucation! The in-the-know word for fall fashion excitement is hats. Hats are back. Hats are in. And we've got them. In a great, glamorous gathering collected specially for our annual Millinery Week celebration. Headline making .styles. Aussies, mounties, mushrooms, sailors, gar bos, fedoros, turbans, sombreros, derbies, swaggers, profiles. A n y t h i n g your little heart desires. Colors? An a u t u m n wonderland. Peacocks, almonds, saf- frons, orangey reds, golden greens. Plus all the new metallic tones. And, of course, warm winter whites and lustrous blacks. Plunge headlong into the forefront of fashion now while our selections are at their head-turningest best. $3.99 up outz arm's DEPARTMENT STORE "ON THE SQUARE" MILLINERY--MEZZANINE

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