The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 10, 1970 · Page 35
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 35

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 10, 1970
Page 35
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THE NEWS* Frederick, Maryland PtftC-lS IOOF Elects New Grand Master Charles Edward Delasier, of EUicott City has been elected Grand Master for 1970-71 of the Grand Lodge of Maryland, International Order of Odd Fellows, A native of Ellicott City, Mr. Delosier, 48, is in charge of claims and classification, supplies and general clerical operations at the Ellicott City Post Office. He has served as associate editor of the "Maryland Odd Fellow," monthly Odd Fellows publication in the State and was chairman of the charitable and fraternal organization's Sovereign Grand Lodge publicity committee during the Odd Fellow's 150th . anniversary convention, held in Baltimore last year. He is a Past District Deputy Grand Master of the largest Odd Fellows district in Mary land and has served on numerous OddFellows committees. A World War H Army veteran, Mr. Delosier has served as headquarters company commander of the Maryland National Guard, president and deputy chief of the Ellicott City Fire Department. He is married to the former Deaphna May Grim. They have two daughters and one granddaughter. Other officers electedfor 197071 by the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge of Maryland are LeRoy C. Schlimme, of Essex, Deputy Grand Master; J. William Seymour, Baltimore, Grand Warden; James H. Fritz, Baltimore; Grand Secretary; LeRoy T. Kelley, Severna Park, Grand Treasurer. Also named: Grason D. Maxwell, Baltimore, Grand Treasurer Emeritus; W. James Wilkinson, Jr., Baltimore, Grand Marshal; George T. Meyer, Aberdeen, Grand Conductor; Joseph E. Williamson, ST., Bridgeville, Del,, Grand CHupUir, Forest Hoiigh, Dickerson, Grand Guardian; Carroll T. Upchurch, Morningside, Grand Herald William G. Schmidt, Baltimore, Grand Instructor. Elected Maryland Grand Lodge Grand Representatives a r e George L Seiders, of Baltimore, and V. Browne Kooken, of Westernport. E. Earl Hearn, of Baltimore, and George P. Williams, of Hagef stown have been named Grand Representatives for the Grand Encampment. Floyd E. O'Hern, of Baltimore, is Past Grand Master for 197071 for the Grand Lodge of Maryland. Lottery Plan Favored For School Funds ANNAPOLIS (AP) - A "sophisticated lottery" which "parallels the so-called numbers racket" has been proposed by Baltimore Mayor Thomas D*A1- esandro to help pay the rapidly- rising costs of public education. D'Alesandro said' Tuesday in testimony before a commission studying state aid to education that such a lottery would, by conservative estimates, raise $95 million a* year. The mayor, who urged support of some sort of lottery in testimony before the legislature this year, said he is working on a specific proposal which would involve daily or weekly payoffs. He said this would meet the objections to the New York and New Hampshire lotteries, which have fallen far beyond predictions. They have infrequent payoffs which are tied to the results of horse races. LEfflGH GRAD-RobertF.Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cook, East 3rd St., received his Doctorate of Philosophy in Business and Industrial Economics at the 102nd commencement exercises June 7th at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. Dr. Cook, a graduate of St. John's High School, received his B.S. in Personnel and Industrial relations from the University of Met in 1965 and his M.S. from Lehigh. While at Lehigh Dr. Cook held a teaching assist* antship in the Dept. of Economics. In 1968 he was ap- polnted an instructor in that dept. His publications include articles from two monographs concerning the recruitment and turnover of college graduate manpower. This summer Dr. Cook and his wife will be moving to Terre Haute, Ind. where he has accepted a position as assistant professor in the Dept. of Economics, Indiana State University. CHAS. A. FOGLE, T/A LOCAL AGENTS HONORED-Five local agents of the Baltimore Life Insurance Company's Frederick District qualified to attend the firm's President's and Honor Club's Convention held recently at Buck Hill Inn, Pocono. Pa. The three-day event is reserved for the Company's top producers. Shown above from the Frederick Office are left to right, Vic Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Bacorn, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller and Robert Zimmerman. WMC GRADUATE -- Miss Lynne Price, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Price Jr. 500 Magnolia Ave., received the Bachelor of Arts degree in French at the 100th commencement exercises at Western Maryland College on June 7. She was a member of Iota Gamma Chi sorority, SNEA, the Faculty Library Committee, French Club, and Canterbury Club. IN MAINE-Steven Paul Burrier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Burrier, Walkersville, was graduated in April from the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, Tenn., after completing a course in aviation administration. Following a 12-day leave at his home, he is now stationed at the Naval Air Station in Brunswick, Me. The 1968 graduate of Walkersville High School was employed by the Frederick Motor Co. before entering the service in November, 1969. His address is Steven P. Burrier, B231364, AZ AA, Barracks 214, Naval Air Station Brunswick, Brunswick, Me., 04011. The Cost Is ALWAYS a nutter of your own choice. DAILEY'S FUNERAL HOME 1201 NORTH MARKET ST. Successor To C. E. (line Son EST. till Tradition - Understanding and PeiMuwl Attention b alwaji extended at Dalley'i. Marriage Licenses John D. Brittain and Teresa D. Millhouse, both of Frederick. J. Donald Adams, of Mt. Kisco, N.Y. andDanyceT.Weinberg, of Braddock Heights. John C. Whitoker and Alice L. Hoffman, both of Thurmont. Wilmer R. Beachy and Beatrice Irene Cutsail, both of New Market. Kenneth J. Odell and Luella E. Young, both of Susquehanna, Pa. Property Deeded Georgia Avenue Properties, Inc. Charles M. Gerl'ieh, county. Marjon, Lie. to Donald H. Hiltner and wife, county. Hobson S. Mussetter and wife to John H. Martin and wife, county. Charles R. Metcalf and wife al to Wayne L. Reeder and wife, county. Michael R. Pellet, et al, to Robert H. Costello, Jr. and wife, county. Catherine £. Keller to James W. Joy and wife, county. Cecil K. Holter and wife to Richard R. Holter and wife, county. Helena W. Boyer, et vir, to Marshall R. DeGrange, city. John A. Lee to Wayne Lee Wiles and wife, county. Fannie May Williams, et al, to John R. Meiklejohn and wife, county. Effie C. Angleberger to Helen Stewart, city. Helen Stewart to Effie C. Angleberger, et al, city. Linganore Corporation to Bernad W. Ademec and wife, county. Linganore Corporation to Sammie T. Aed, county. Linganore Corporation to Earl A. Frantz and wife, county. Linganore Corporation to Gary Court News Horton Goubeau and wife, county *Linganore CorporationtoMary Jane Lynch, et al, county. Equity Jean F. Carte versus Edward M. Carte, Bill of Complaint for an Absolute Divorce, Linda L. Masek versus Larry C. Masek, BUI of Complaint for an Absolute Divorce. Ann H. Phillips versus Samuel Finley Phillips, Bill of Complaint for an Absolute Divorce; Alimony Pendente Lite, Support and Counsel Fee. . ._ CONTRIBUTES-- Col. E. M. Gershater, (left), commanding officer of Fort Detrick, makes his annual contribution to the Army Emergency Relief (AER) fund. Accepting the donation is the installation's AER Officer, CWO Claude C. Creasy, post adjutant. Army Emergency Relief is everywhere the troops are. This year's AER fund drive at Fort Detrick is being held the months of May and June. All members of the Army, both active and retired, and members of their families, are eligible for AER assistance. The AER was instituted to provide financial assistance to members of the Army and their dependents who are faced with financial situations with which they are unable to cope or for which no appropriate funds are available. (U. S. Army Photo) c Summer THE FISH. 2 cups cooked San Giorgio Shell Macaroni · 3 medium tomatoes, chopped * 1 medium onion, chopped · 1 medium can tuna-fish, flaked · 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped · 1 medium green pepper, chopped · 1 /2 cup each celery and pickle, chopped · salt and pepper · 4 tablespoons mayonnaise. Combine well chilled ingredients, and toss lightly to mix. Serve on crisp chilled romaine, and dust with fresh chopped parsley. Serves4. Even without 3t off, It's a good catch. Opening Monday, June 8,1970 A 4-Hour Dry Cleaning and Shirt Laundry Drop-Off Service For Residents Of Northern Frederick At The Laundromat At 921 East Street Opposite Monocacy Shopping Center . Work in by 9 a.m., back by 1 p.m.; In by 1 p.m. back by 5 p.m. Open 9 ajn. to 6 p.m. daily--Closed Sundays All work performed and guaranteed by a reputable Frederick establish' ment, whose name we can't mention in print due to their franchise rules, but by dialing 663-5000 during opening week, you can get details. Opening Week Special -- Any customer whose order totals over $5.00 will receive a ticket, for a free $1.00 hot wax application with their next car wash at Frederick Car Wash --- 1814 Rosemont Avenue FOOD MARKET QUALITY FOOD AT LOW PRICES £ 200 N. Market St. Phone MO 3-3173 WE DELIVER ^ - '; _± · MEAT DEPARTMENT - '· ESSKAY'S SHVER LABEL ; HAMS * WHOLE OR HALF ib. 69* I CHOICE LOIN LAMB CHOPS '"$1.79 FRESH GROUND CHUCK lb 89c Fresh W W Frying Chickens. 39c CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS * $1.09 BABY BEEF LIVER * Sffc FRESH CHICKEN LIVERS lb 59c No. 1 QUALITY : ESSKAY'S SLICED BACON . 79c - FRUMTS - VEGETABLES FRESH TENDER STRING BEANS 2 |b - 49* JUICY SUNKIST LEMONS LARGE 6 * 39c LARGE GREEN PEPPERS 2 *» 35t CRISP RED RADISHES 2 ·*««· 23c LARGE FRESH CUCUMBERS 2 * 29c COLD WATERMELONS WHOLE, QUARTER, HALF .b 8c JUICY FLORIDA ORANGES *» 55c I TENDER GARDEN LETTUCE -- ROMAINE LETTUCE ENDIVE -- BOSTON LETTUCE -- SPRING ONIONS - BAKERY DEPARTMENT PEACH PIT .«d,59e COCONUT CAKE «,* 9gc RAISIN BREAD . . . . . . ....o«f39 c BUTTERMILK BISCUITS --· 49c SOFT SEED ROLLS *,«« 49c DECORATED CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS - GROCERY DEPARTMENT GRADE-A MEDIUM FRESH EGGS . dozen 37 C JUMBO BOUNTY TOWELS CUT-RITE WAX PAPER '«*.*,,, 27cS RITTER'S TOMATO CATSUP 2 "~* »** 49c Wagner's Breakfast ORANGE DRINK "- «*»· 29c CRISCO SHORTENING '-*· « 89cj LUX LIQUID FOR DISHES «~ «**43cl DIXIE DRINKING CUPS 25'"«"»33c? CAPT. CRUNCH PEANUT BUTTER CEREAL ** 47c DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE ^ - 39c SCOTT'S NAPKINS . v . v ,.....uop^$5.r SUNSHINI HI-HO CEREAL . . . . . . . i^, u43c WHOLE KERNEL CORN 2 PEAS CARROTS 2 *·* 45c SWEET GREEN PEAS 2 ^ 45c FREE Box Mortons Salt With K-LB. McCORMICK'S B'ACK PEPPER -~49c MEWSPAPERI

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