The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 6, 1951 · Page 21
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Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, December 6, 1951
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FFew, Frederick, «, 1*51 Wednesday's Deer Kill 6 by a little more favor- aisle weather on Wednesday, deer hunters bagged six more bucks in Frederick County to run the total count for the first three days of the six-day open season to 53. , The fog lifted from the mountains yesterday afternoon and the few who ventured off the trail found that a few bucks remained after the slaying of 46 on the opening day. Joseph Cool, Emmitsbung, was lucky enough to', spot one of the best specimens shot this season. He checked a nine-point, 134-pounder. Lester W. Isanogle, Thurmont, shot one almost as large but It had only three points. His weighed 115 pounds. The other four were checked by William Martin, Thurmond, tour, points, 96 pounds; Hubert Mathews, Barnesville, three points. 86 podnds; Hubert Hurley, Thurmont, four points, 100 pounds; Calvin Calimeif, Lantz, four points, 99 pounds. First Does Killed The first illegally killed does were found yesterday. Regional Game Warden Benjamin F. Phebus, Sr., reported two dead doe located and disposed of. Previously four spike bucks had been found slain. f It was held doubtful yesterday that last year's total of 74 will be reached this season despite the fact ' ' Christmas House Robes | · v * In Luxurious Fabrics Quilted Satins Taffetas in plain rich colors and fancies. Famous Kirbury Pullman Classic Robes 'in Washable Rayons and all .Wool Flannels. Lovely Morie and Jer- sanese Hostess Coat treasures. Cotton Chenilles for only $4.98 ; Come see these beauties while the sizes and colors are | complete. Satins and Rayons, sizes 10 to 20. J f Wools and Pullman Robes up to 44. J $ 8.95 » '16.95 j H E N D R I C K S O N ' S J WELCOME TO MD. STATE GRANGERS 2 J lBfw«Mfw^Ktotoxaatox^xx^ that «t#bt iporo were killed on opening day this year than a year ago. Hunters will have to average ··~ven n ci"" for the final three days to equal the 1950 mark. The sea* son closes a; sundown on Saturday. The official sundown hour today is 4; 47 p. m., the same as yesterday. Detective Guilty Of Assault Charge ANNAPOLIS, Dec. 5 W--Frank R. Diggins, suspended Baltimore vice squad detective who has been investigating gambling in Hagers- Enjoy favorite Canoon Characters -Tom Jerry, Bugs Bunny, Woody VCni»J|eckei-- rcal-avlifc in View- Masict Kodachromc, stereoscopic pictures. Seven scenes in each Kfel for use in View-Master Stereoscopes anil Projectors. Over -100 subjects for children, and adults. Write For O u r ' Free Christmas Catalogue HILTNER--ROELKE Frederick Camera Shop 206 WEST PATRICK ST. PHONE 797 arid we*re holding them all here for your happy selection. The prettiest . . . most useful gifts for baby . . . to make his (or her) Christmas a truly memorable occasion for mother as well as babv. SILK COAT and CAP SETS for Boys and Girls, so dainty, so pretty, so wais.iable. too. All popular colors $7.49. DRESSES for baby girls to match the coats. $3.39, Adorable Hand-Made and Hand Embroidered' Infant Dresses -Whites and Pastels in sizes 6 months and 1 year at S1.98, also, hand-made dress and slip sets at S1.98 in all the popular colors. Mock-A-Sox i j r ':r\ ; r?, and bedroom .:ihi -ei-s. Air.; ibc darlinsr new Fitter Pr.,L~rc--the plastic booths to pro ect nitay-nite slee-sr feet. \V;- s s-'2ct ; "oa of styles and colors at the Tot Shop! Nylon and Celanese Rompers that are simply adorable. The celanese numbers have waterproof plastic linings, the nylon styles wa-h and drv in a flash . . . $1.98 and S2.98. Cotton Interlock Creepeife for baby boys. Two t 10 styles with contrasting shirts and pants, §1.98. COATS and LEGGINGS for Baby Boys and Baby Girls--The best values and. the nicest styles are at Bennett's.'100% Wool Coat sets from S12.98. The TOT SHOP BUNTINGS -r- Baby's "Going Home" gift, in ijtyles so popular we weren't able to keep them in stock--From S3.98 to $5.98. BABY SLEEPING BAGS -- for cover-kickers. We f e a t u r e "Slumber-Gro" bags--that you let out as the baby grows. It's / S3.08, the same price as other bags without this feature, and it'll save buying a new bag as baby grows taller. town, watt held ifudty «C aa aasautt charge today. The Court of Appeals affirmed a Baltimore Criminal Court verdict convicting Diggins Of mistreating a used-truck dealer in a row over a parking ticket last year. Diggins was suspended from the Baltimore force after Chief Judge W. Conwell Smith, found him Kuil'y and fined him $5. Me subsequently was hired as an undercover man by the Hagerstown Police Department. His * investigations resulted in arrest of half a dozen persons on gambling charges. Last month in Hagerstown, Dig- glni w*s found Innocent tit disorderly conduct in an argument with d vending machine company exscutive. Diggins had been accused of assault by Harry S. Miller, who operates a used, truck business. Miller said the scuffle began when Charles Stefan, another mem: her of the vice squad, found a ticket OR his car outside the lot. Miller admitted having the car tagged. After the fight 'he was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge. The disorderly charge against Miller was dismissed. 250 MEN'S SUITS -- T O P C O A T S ·19.50 24.50 '29.50 Values to $45.00 AllfWpoi Youths Suits 14 to 20... $12.50-$14.75 900 Pairs Ladies' Shoes 5 1.47 *1.87 S 2.47 Men's Sweaters ...J1.98, $2.49, SZ.98 Men's Bed Slippers 1.79, 1.98, 2.98 Men's Pajamas ...; ,'..., ?.98, 3.98 Men's Flannel. 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Men's Corduroy Shirts $4,95 VIA RECAPTURED BALTIMORE, Dec. «,*)--Police today captured A!gl Via, 27-year- old burglar and the last of nine convicted criminals who escaped from Spring Grove State Hospital Monday night. They were Informed a man having a cup of coffee in a restaurant across the street from a bus terminal was "acting funny." ' When they investigated the report they found Via. The origin of the harp is believed to come from ' the tense string of ancient warriors' or hunters' bows. : . E. CL1NE SON FUNERAL DlHE* THUS AMBULANCE SERVICE 8 East Patrick St. Phope355 JOIN "HOSPITAL AID, Us C. w You'll find them all at Bennett's For Men The gift for Father, Husband, Son, Brother -- or any man -- a tie from this sparkling assortment is designed to please him. $ I.OO to Socks for the men in your life -- he'll love several pairs from our selections of dozens and dozens of styles and colors. 65c to For a good night's sleep -- our comfortable p a j a mas by Manhattan and Pleetway. 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