The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 10, 1970 · Page 34
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June 10, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 34

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»«!"·) V ft--»·/·«·«.« PBftC-12 rSHold idyancement Lony A fly-qp ceremony for Brown* lot and Junior Girl Seourto wa» held at tne North Frederick School on Wednesday. June X Brownie Scouts donned wings, received membership stars, and 'crossed a flower decked bridge !lnl» Junior Girl Scouts. They were given the Junior Girl Scout Pin and all fly-ups joined in saying the Girl Scout Promise. Those going on to Junior Girl [Scouting are Beth AdMns, Jackie Gordon, Cindy Jackson, Robin Glass, Debby Butler, Melinda Cboley. Donna Miller, Bonnie ·Schmeltz, Suzanne Tick, Jennifer Baer, Karen Clark, Deborah Trout Cindy Smith, Wendy Boniface, Beth Clem, Beth Cornell, Stephanie Wyand, Shan LaCoste, Judy Market Laura McDermid, Paula Hammond, Mary Men! and Doreen Davis. Leaders assisting in the ceremony were Mrs, Barbara Phillips, Mrs. JoAone Kietz, Mrs. Pat Stockman and Mrs. Jane AbrechL A candlelight ceremony by Junior Troops 510, 873, and 1282 followed. Assisting in the Rededication Ceremony was Mrs. Nancy Putman, Mrs. Shirley K Woodward, Mrs. Nancy Aloi, M Mrs. Margaret Thompson, Mrs. HT Mary Zimmer, Mrs. Jean Fish , a$d Mrs. RuthHawranick. Badges earned and membership stars were given to all fourth and fifth grade girls. ,, Special recognition was given f to all sixth grade Girl Scouts. They each received a Cadette cecade, a long stemmed rose, ''.their membership stars, and f-badges earned. Those going onto iOadettes are Jennifer Axtell, Janine Cresap, Elizabeth Scott, Kathy Bagley, Kathy Jordan, -Jessica Smith, Peggy Carbaugh, * Deborah Hankins, Donna Null, 'Sherrie Null, Sherry Putman, Kathy Kelly, Pam Cooley and Jennifer Clem. . ', ; A gift .was presented to Nancy Putman, Leader of Junior Troop 973. She has been a leader for ..five years. The program ended f wit the Girl Scout Film ''Where *Oo We Go From Here?" *: The Girl Scout Council of Cen- |tral Maryland is a member 11 'agency of the United Givers Fund. line. WBJS HIGH HONORS-H. Peter Storm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sperry L. Storm, 116 Clarke Place, was graduated with high honors from the University of Maryland on June 6. Storm graduated from Frederick High School in 1961 and served four years with the U.S. Coast Guard. He has also attended St. Petersburg Junior College and Frederick Community College. At the University of Maryland, he majored in education and was also a member of Phi Kappa Phi, a national honor society. He plans to teach in the Frederick. County school system and also attend graduate school next year. CONCRETE CUSHIONS SKOKIE, DJ. (AP)-Vermiculite concrete cushions, so soft that they can be dented with a thumb, are being designed for highway retaining walls and bridge abutments. Eesearch engineers, D.L.Ivey, Eugene Buth, and T.J. Hirsch of Texas A. and M. University's Transporation Institute developed the cushions to collapse under vehicle impact. "'- The program was funded by the U.S. Bureau of Pifclic Roads with the aim of reducing traffic deaths caused by cars striking existing rigid obstacles. Crash tests at speeds over 60 m.p.m. have verified the functioning of the cushion's ability to prevent serious consequences when a vehicle crashes into a concrete barrier. FCC Honors Outstanding Graduates Frederick Communfc College graduated seventy-eight students at its Twelfth Exercise on May 24 and in addition to receiving the Associate in Arts Degree, a number of the graduates were also awarded special honors. Those students who were graduated with a cumulative quality point average of 3.5-4.00 received their degrees with High Honor. Those students are: Dixie Nester Miller, Renate Charlotte Moore, Kathy Alice Gladhill, Marietta Smith Thompson, Carol Ann McKimmy, and Jaoojuelyn Ann Houck. Students who had a cumulative quality point average of 3.003.4 were graduated with Honor. They were: RichardAsbury Conaway, Ruth Ellen Conrad, Cara Jane Wilfong, Barbara Jane Penn, Susan Fadeley Flowers, Ruth E. Stiller, Dorothy G. Brown, Nelson D. Reifsnider, Jr., Meredith Hoover Mercer, Lynn Anne Sbadel, Alison Stanbury Ward, Marilyn Kay Martin, Charles Robert Michael, Janis Corime Zittle, Linda Kay Car- mack, Ellen Rebecca. Harper, Rose Ann Linda Chwaslyk Stun, Mary Christine Marshall, Susan Diane Slagle, Davis Michael Auldridgeand Henry Curtis Wallace. In addition, several individual students were recognised for outstanding achievement in specific areas. Renate C. Moorereceived The Louise Doty English Award for Outstanding Achievement in English; Kathy A. Gladhill was given the Frederick Civic Club Award for Excellence in Social Sciences; Richard A. Conaway and Robert H. Roelke were honored by receiving the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce Award for Excellence in Bust ness Studies; The Potomac Edt*, son Citizen Award for the student who best exemplifies in his daily life traits of good citizenship was awarded to Roy L. Truitt, Jr. and Kathy A. Gladhill. The Frederick Junior Women's Club Scholarship Award for a woman graduate who intends to continue her education at a four-year in- stitution was received by Alison S. Ward. Twelve Student Graduates also received distinction by being chosen for listing in the publication Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. This honor is bestowed on a selected few throughout the country for achievement in academics, character development, and foundations of good citizenship. Those students who were listed are: Linda K. Carmack, Ruth E. Conrad, Kathy A. Gladhill, Curtis B. Hawser, Dixie 7 J. Miller, Renate C. .Moore, Robert H. Roelke, Lynn Sbadel, Paul A. Throne, Roy L. Truitt, Jr., Alison S. Ward and Cara J. Wilfong. RARE COIN LONDON (APM silver minim,, one of the world's rarest coins, has been identified at London's Guildhall Museum. Excavated at Chichester, it was issued during the reign of a British king before the Roman invasion of A.D. 43 and measures only a quarter of an inch across. PRESENTS CHECK -- Thomas G. Oyster, chairman of fund raising committee of Mont- the proceeds from the club's first annual Mardi Gras Ball held in February at Indian Spring gpmery General Hospital, is presented a check Country Club. Previous contributions for con- for $4,000.00 by Albert M. Cowell, president of Olney Rotary Club. The.check represents struction of the new hospital by club members total over $20,000.00. THEY DONT BUILD 'EM THE WAY THEY USED TO - Some people should be careful about what they lean against. Actually, this bystander, who apparently was waiting for some- one, had nothing to do with the razing of Mack's garage in downtown Miami, Fla. (AP Wirephoto) ^jwwMMmf^mMm 1 Summer Salad THE CUT-UP. 2 cups cooked San Giorgio Rigatoni · 1 cup cooked meat or chicken · Yz cup chopped cooked string beans · Yi cup chopped cooked carrots · V* cup chopped apple « Yz cup cooked peas · Vz cup chopped celery · 1 small onion, minced · Yz chopped green pepper · Vfc cup French dressing · 4 tablespoons mayonnaise. Combine all ingredients except mayonnaise in order indicated, and chill. Serve on bed of chicory, and top with mayonnaise. Serves 6. Try "The Cut-Up" and chop off 3*. ? ),a RIGATONI MtfKm v 8tiKEEi \ A 1 . *· * . . ..A . . . f 'ig^vm TK*%. y y **%' A**U «% PHONE 663-4262 U.S.D.A. INSPECTED MEATS $139 f STEAKS SIRLOIN STEAKS $109 LB, CHUCK STEAKS BONELESS ROLLED ROAST CHUCK LB. LB. 1 59 79 CHUCK GROUND BEEF GOETZE'S Alt MEAT BOLOGNA $139 IBS. IB. MADE CUT ROAST CHUCK 79 55 FRESH PRODUCE BANANAS 2. 25c NEW POTATOES HL 79c NEW ONIONS 3.39c LARGE HEAD LETTUCE I9c LARGE CELERY 29c SWEET CORN 6^59c GRAPEFRUIT 5_.59c LARGE LEMONS 6 39c GREEN BEANS 2 39c FROZEN FOODS MRS. PAUL'S ONION RINGS 9-oz. pkg. 45 MRS. PAUL'S FISH CAKES 4 THIN 10-oz.pkg. 45 ICE CREAM SHEFFIELD BY SEALTEST !/2 gallon DISCOUNTED GROCERY PRICES KELLEY'S FLOUR 5 *. 39e TETLEY'S ICED TEA MIX 10 --89c COMBSTOCK CUT BEETS 2 «. 25c 9 INCH PICNIC PLATES ,», 89c ROTAL GELATIN _ lOc MT-T-FINE PUDDINGS 2 **. 21e WASHINGTON INSTANT POTATOES -- lOc STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2,, 59c KIN6 SYRUP 21/a-Lb. Con or Glass 59C VIENNA SAUSAGES 2 «. 57c 123 JELLO 3C..O,, , k ,29e TEA FLAKE SALTINES ,,, 25c SWANS DOWN CAKE MIX ..~,25cl CAVALIER EGG NOODLES ,.« 39c HUNT'S CATSUP ,«, 2 * , 49e OXYDOL DETERGENT ,^ lOc CREW BATHROOM CLEANER 19c GLAD FOOD BAGS 10 * lOc GLADE AIR FRESHNER ,,,,»,. 19c 3 LITTLE KITTENS CAT FOOD 6 -. 49c MILLER'S HIGH LIFE ,,,, $4.52 BLACK LABEL «... $3.82 NATIONAL BO «. $3.82 WSPAPERI

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