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Frederick, Maryland
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Deaths James Franklin SheralA James Franklin Sherald. who resided with his daughter. Mrs. Ella ! Urban. 552 East Church street, died . at the Frederick Memorial Hospital this morning at 10 o'clock of complications following a three weeks* j H. L. Derry Dies Of Burns Herbert Lee Derry of BucSceys- towii. died at 1:10 o'clock Monday afternoon at Frederick Memorial Hospital of burns he suffered last j ijiiwy* He was 90 years old. ; s. April 5 in an accident near L*e*s j He was born in Bostou. Mass, a " Corner at the intersection of j son of the late James F. and Mary Route 28 and the Buck Lodge, Moran Sherald. botb. residents of road. He was 62 years old, ] Boston. Mr. Sherald had been em- . He had been undergoing treat-! p i oy ed by the C. P. Telephone j meat and skin grafting operations | ^ a number of years until his re- j at the hospital since the accident.; tj re rnent 18 years ago. He is sur- in which his car turned over and; v j ve j by the following children: caught fire, pinning him in the . Mrs EUa [ urban and Allen R. Sher- car. The machine had mounted a j ^ p re derick- Robert T. Sherald. bank before striking a pole, tree , ^ n n apo !is- William H. Sherald and ; and wire fence. Ellis Sheckelford.: M _^ Margaret E . Shipley. Freder- who lived nearby, extricated the Jck . Mr? j Pau , Jones Baltimore. : injured man from the machine. Arthur McCanner. Frederick: He said he had to tug to free Mr. Harry p sh . rs!d LT s Merchan t Marine: Arthur G. Sherald. Free- [ erick. Surviving also are a number Chase- ' of grandchildren and great-granc- nair-v thi: ci'v ; children. vlXed a relative } TM« body is at the funeral home, near Buck Lodge and wa s e= ; 8 East Patrick street where fnends route home when the accident hap- | »»y call alter 10 o ciocn Weone*- pened. Funeral Thursday He was a son of Arthur L. Derry £^^s^«te-?-.£r survived by his step- : Derry's feet irom tangled floor boards. He extinguished the man s The Nation Today I Local Mentions I Local J*i A ntions Announcement We are pleased to announce that we have opened a used car display lot on South Court Street, south of By JAMES MARLOW the Amoco Stax'ion. You are in- Washington. July 27 'jpj--Don't I vited to visit us for a demontsra- ; expect the Republican-controlled | tion of our used cars and trucks. .Congress to do much that President (Truman recommends today. ! He's offering Congress an 11! point program on things he says! need to be done for the country's j welfare. ! THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Phone Shoe Clearance Salel Men's Nunn-Bush Sport Shoes $13.95 Men's EdsTton Sport Shoes $4.95 to S8.95 KEMP'S--Shoe Merranine Peaches For Sale Golden Jubilee. Recommended The News. Frederick. Md.. Tuesday. Jmly 27. IMS FIVE Local Mentions Festival At Mt. Carmel LOST AND FOUND LOST--BLACK AND WHITE SPOT... , _j r no * . · i ted dog. tag No. 96. Keward if re- Wednesday July 28. featuring our turned to 12 College Ave. Mrs. Wen*. own Country Ham. Hot Beef, fire- ! 7-23d2t* place wienerr and chicken salad : LOST^-SROWN HEUTR,CALF WITH sandwiches, home-made cakes and j pj^^or Albert Nkfcef Jee?$oi "^ candies. Music by 22-piece Har-' Rt. 1. " " 7-23d3f mony Band. Fish pond, contests; · novelties. If rainy next clear night. ! FOR RENT Church Bake Sal* | for canning and freezing. Thursday. July 29th. at Frederick ' CATOCTIX MOUNTAIN They range from what he con- j Paint Store. 233 X. Market Street, ; ORCHARD ! siders ways for controlling infla- ] Home-made bread. cakes, pies, i Ph. 41-F-U2 Thurmont. Md. i tion and providing housing to vot- ! cookies and candy, i iag a S65.0OO.OOO ioan to build a j 1-- Mrs. Mary K- IV. Stevens The funeral of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wagner S-.evens took place? s , fa w home in Mt. Pleasant home for the United Nations in | New York. [ Of all his recommendations, the i ] one that probably stands the best j i chance of being carried out is the j 1 $65.000.000 U. N. loan. | The Republicans are burned up J 1 at him. , Here at the beginning of the j.,^ M ! political campaigns, with elections ( '_ coming up in November, he's call- 1 ed the Republican-controlled Con- \ \ gress back into special session. I program is | s puts ; doing ! b u t : Extra Special! 194S Mercury Sedan ! Like New . You'll like it snd i The Price · See It Now at j HILLSIDE MOTOR CO. | West Patrick. St. Phone -92 f I Peaches Golden Jubilee Ripe Now J. HOOKER LEWIS. Thurmont. Md. Phone T.jurn-.ont 32-M FOR RENT--«-ROOM HOUSE WITH i bath. 107 West 5th St, Apply on ! premise*, mornings only. 7-27d3t* Bingo THURSDAY NIGHT Ocid Fellows Temple 'MHIard E- Crum and Mrs. Edward J ^.yj l^ a Ve" to~"exp"'ain'«why~lo the? Nelson "Thompson, former- H. Mantz. sang "In The City" and j voters. Joseph Osmann. Cheswick. Pa.; Mrs. I day _ Dance THE HAWAIIAN NITE CLUB Music by Woody Free and His Trio Every Wednesday Night Cover Charge S1.10 per couple For Reservations Phone Brunswick 3173 or 2816 For Radio Servicing Bring Your Radio To j ARNOLD'S RADIO REPAIR SHOP Rear 617 Park Place Tubes For Sale I Have Your Furniture Cleaned j Reduced Prices Through Aug. 31 j Chairs, S3 75 each ; Sofas ST 50 each | Sofa and 2 cha:rs. Sl-i *25'; Reductions) 1 i Done in our own p-ant by care- · ful. experienced cleaners. ! Phone 1722 ' HAULAWAY'S I CHARLES H. BAKER I Phone 1529-J 906 Motter Avenue : 5 p. m ' FOR RENT--TWO WELL FUHNISH- ed bedrooms. 230 DiU Ave. ~-2*36t* : FOH RENT -- 3RD FLOOR APAHT- i meat 3-rooms. bath, hot water. No s children. Apply Rose Tavern. Rose i Marino. Phone Frederick 1SI4-J alter 7-23d3t Reliable Junk Company MAURICE SCLAR. Prop. Water St.. B O Ave. Phone--OKsce 969 Residence 1712-W Highest Cash Prices Paid For All Kinds of Junk Used Pipe for Sale For Sale--Vsed Oil Burner Steam Heatim; Furnace and Hot Wa'.er Heater PHONE FREDERICK 1010 Paperhsnjinj ARTHUR D LAMBERT. S East Church S'.reet Phone 53-J Notice Juniors! Annual crab feast of Junior Fire: Tiinos--Spinets--Pianos S:udeni Pianos S50 up. Spine; Siyic.; S399 up SHOPPE _ _ _ _ _ ' FOR RENT -- FURNISHED SINGLE j bedroom. Phon* 42O-W. 7-22d6t* JjVANTEL^ j WANTED TO RENT -- FURNISHED I or ut:!urm»h«d house or apartment (:n or xisthin commuting distance of Frederic* Two aduits. Oo not wish ".- share kitchen or bath. Write P O Box 31C F_re-ii-rtck. Me!. 7-1653t" WANTEDt--CAN DO A FEV,'~MORE V.'3«h:n£i anrt Ironings Must csl! for 3.-.a deliver AUo curtain stretching. Pher.e 1ST9-W or 311 N. Benti: St. WANTED--SCHOOL TEACHES AND j farruly ar.x:o;is -,o r«n: s:x room j unfurnished house by Sep:. first. Not j :n'eres*ed :n res.dence v.htcr! is u? , ior sale Perm-oe-.;. respecisb'.e fara"- :or your prop- RaVmond Whipp, Boyds; James A. Jan illness-of-eae- Derry. VToodsboro; M.S. Norman | years. Ray. this city. Pau! Richard and j sisters. Mrs. Owens R. Pylant. I was a Baltimore, and Mrs. Stanley J. | No. 102 I. O. O. r. Aberdeen. Sur- Wood. Urbana, and four grand- j viving are two sons. Elburn 'Thompson. Rowlesburg. W. Va.; «th.-aged 75--!:nix--aud J?m»s Gittings. There doing. He cosies up before a spe- j He was a son of Evan and j was a profusion of flowers. In- J cia! session of Congress. He call- | E. Knight Thompson. o£ · terment was made in Mt. Pleasant s ed the session. And we have to j V«- Thompson ' Methodist cemeterv, McKaig. M.! sit and listen to him make a speech. '. . . , , Blenheim Lodge ! R. Etchison and Son. funeral direc- | "It's a campaign speech. And he ; Mus «Lj»y the Brown,ngsviU* Band . Fcagavllle Picnic St. Luke's Annual Picnic Will be held July 31st in Rov Zimmerman's Woods Rice Reunion «'~un children. tors. Re-interment makes it in front of the television i cameras and over the radio. EVERYONE WELCOME whsch w:U «"«-. _P!-.one_: ISCi-WS Co. w-Ul be held August 27;h. Your j CRAMER'S BARBARA FR1TCHIE WILL. .PAY" CASH 1948 dues must be paid by July 31st j in order to attend. j CHARLES E TROXELL. | da!e urove rros ram a-. - o CIOCK. _ 7-isdtf Secretary ; WANTED -- ELECTRJC~crdck~AND iou Pay Na Slore For The Brst : _smal! electric appHance repairing. j erators and good household furniture ' ' U C ° " . Program at 2 o clock. Shoe Clearance Sale! i Living Quar'ers \\ailable ' ^"omen's Red Cross. Naturliier. \ best in moving call services for Ma-; "What a political platform t h a t . married couole "without chil- ; Tweedie. Ryihm-Step. Charm-Step. I MEADOWS VAN SERVICE AnH at our i»xrpn«;p- Th!-; talk · . _ . v _ . ! nnrf P.-iIifnrnin Pnli'ilorc jor Charles M. Musso. Jr.. of Wash- : j s . And at our * "*The~body is at the funeral home. JLeon S. Thompson, West Grove, i J 106 East Church street, and -·· · -- -- · · - -- -* * be moved to the late residence afternoon. The body will be turned to the funeral home Thursday morning at 11:30 o'clock- Fun- ^_ ^ ^^ era! services will be held there at j f o r fi na i services and interment.; ^*J""«t""uJnUnn *ori«prlv nf Frprt-· Anr! it ic th-.t nrnhlAm of th^,' *""' ·"*"·" i 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. In- } M . R. Etchison and Son. funeral di-; * J ^^\.7?TM«l.TMu!:V, : -'^ . I *.^_ t! ?J. 5TM"!TM.. 0 L* e I Modern six-room brick dwelling. terment wiU be in Mt. Olivet cem- | rectors. : CI * t "' " dren. Location near Croagcrstown. ; Values S(.95 to $12.95 "$1.00 to S7.y5 KEMP'S--Shoe Mezzanine So why not use the best. For the VJ, or ' c "lied for and delivered. The · Cloc* Shop Phone Buckeystown 72 ! ^S^^y 5 ! 0 ^?!^ 1 ^: 7-9d26t i WANTED--GOOD USED CARS7~WE Phone 2335-\\'. Weekly trips to timore and Washington 1M4 wh arrangements. * Body Of Pvt. Smith Due Home Wednesday Mrs. Harriet i Mrs. Harriet Graves, resident o f , ter i New Windsor, and widow of James j i Luncheon And Cuke Sale j Sponsored by Ladies' Bible Class ! short order cook Evangelical Reformed Church THURSDAY. JULY 29. 11-1.30 Price $.65 and Tax l? Mae j ! the most concern. If they do nothing to control it -- =r.d if c °% inue hto . ris ? and November s elections-- , Stevens Smith, of Point PHONE 1967-R After 4 P. M. Cold Weather Will Soon Be Here will pay top dollar for vour used car. or w e will e!l your car for vou at your price for a '.0% handling ,, . , . . , , , charce Se!l notv while high prices Help U anted ^ prev.i:| Brins your car and U!!e in ! Local organization desires tv.-O ;?. rf3V The Frederick Motor Co, 1J7 1 Bartenders. Must be able to d o :*-"* Patrick St Phone 1092^ k!ii:i. Gsve age. ref- , OLD DISABLED DEAD ANI j erencct and salary expected, \ \ r i t e ; Quickest sanitary removal If it"? too jP. O. Box "CI. Citv. j L 3r ; cfcfo . r ,' he ,?°^ tor - ea!1 Rees- Frcd- ~ · r , clt . l2 ' a -·· hour sen-ice. We pay j The Ladies Aux. to.F. O. E. 10C7 i l *-TM*°TM charse, Always on the job. 4-2dU j will hold their annual picnic on j -in "Tuesday. July 27th. First bus will) ·et i leave Elm St. at 2 p. m. picking up · "~ FOR SALE {tion now. Fuel may be rationed. ' Phone 1363-R or 398-M on · IISTSULATION CO. ly received. [ daughter: two great-grandchildren. Pvt. Smith was on duty with the i she .^.^ a member of the Presfay- | 29th Division in this country and j terian church. Friends may call i was transferred to the Signal Corps j at ^ e funeral home in New Wind- j Keeney--Summers pass j Interment was made in Frederick j a law at this time to cut down Etchison j prices?" ! He didn't go into the problem I · of trying to keep prices from going ' higher than they are now. ! K'P////I/1 O" O Build Your Rome IN SPRING VALLEY 80ft. frontage lots $1.500 All improvements Motter Ave.. Opposite ISir- St But he said hopefully: "I think prices will start to come down by i November." before he was sent overseas. He i sor lhis even i ng . Funeral sen--1 Miss Mary E. Summers, daughter ; The Republican high command participated in the fighting at Cas- i ices there. Wednesday. 3 p. m.; of Mr. Oscar M. Summers, of Mon- . 5n Congress--in House and Senate sino and in the Tunisian campaign, j (DST) Rev j Russell Garr. will · rovia. and Harold T. Kc^ney, son : --hasn't said publiily what it in- He was a graduate of Libertytown ! o f{j c j a t e . Interment in Pipe Creek | of Mr. Carl Keeney, of Woodib^ro. : tends to do about Mr. Truman's High School, and was inducted into i ceme teri- D. D. Hartzler and Sons, : v.-ere married July 23 at 3:30 p. m. j prograrn anc j doesn't intend to say the Army April 28. 1941. Before {uneral "directors. ! ^ *e Evangelical Lutheran par- | until it h as had a chance to ex- entering the service Pvt. Smith was emploved by a bottling company in I George W. Hiidebrand Mount Airy. He was a member of | George William Hildebrand. i mony. the Metbodist Church at Liberty- : Rocky Springs, died Monday. 4 p. j town !m. after a lingering illness, aged 77 Snoots-- Sanbowers He was a son of Mrs. Margaret M. Smith. Westminster, and the late William A. Smith, formerly a ·well-known fanner of near Libertytown. He is survived by his widow. Mrs Donald Scott. Damascus, who has" married since Pvt Smith's i soaage by the pastor Rev. Dr W. j amine the messag e and talk j V. Garrett. in a single ring cere- But the mood of the Rep , it over. Republicans or at least some of them--was shown pretty well yesterday when Bulldozers For Hire Foundations. Grading, Back Filling. Ponds RICHARD F. KLINE Phone 1330 Frederick Livestock Sales We will have our regular sale our new barn. East South stre^.,. V o. t .,..,, ^.. ,,. _ K ,-.~ ,, _«. , lextd.. opposite Valentine's Asphalt | members on Market and South Sts. ; FORT, like n ne^? E n" 0 ^ S? M ~ plant, on Tuesday night. July 27.1 Second bus will leave 6th St. at 6 , Doubs. Md. " 7l"27d3t- d " at 7 p. ni. tdst. All kinds of live-i p. m. picking up members on Mar- J FOR SALE--ELECTRODAV "RAN^GJE" stock and poultry. i ket and West Patrick Sts.. and pro- j ?j :il - v cairiace. kitchen cabinet."steel On Thursday night. July 29. at "Icccd to Braddock Heights. !sood cond'tiToi!: Priced*tor^ui k^ 1 1TM p. m. dst. we will sell the house- ... , , -~ .Robert Frye. New Design Ro"d C Phone hold furniture, machinery and mis- SITUATIONS W A N T K I ) ! l? S6 - J -'- 7-27d2t* cellaneous articles. ROY H. RAMSBURG Gladioli For Sale Any color, any quantity, anytime ! on one hour's notice. MARY HOWARD 128-A West 3rd St. Phone CS1-R Hillside Coal Company 4. 6. S and 12 inch cement block IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Phone 39 m. after a lingenng illness, agea n --.»»-»«.-- »«, Congress re-opened for a short years. 11 months. He was a soa of ; Miss Alice Snoots. Daughter of , time d adjo ^ rned until todav the late Frederick and Delilah; Mr. and Mrs. Foster Snoots, of R Fred erick C. Smith. Ohio Krebbs Hildebraad. Surviving are · Kn.oxville. and-James Sanbowers. , Republican Eaid that ,, soon M a daughter. Mrs. Nellie Rothenhoe-j son or Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sand- Mr Truman delivered his message Kildebrand. Braddock and . June 26 S. Hildebrand, Rocky Springs: 14 ; ring ceremony was -performed by iv Congress ought The douole the vear . . death- a sifter. Mrs. Robert S. i grandchildren. six great-grand- ; Rev. air. Roseaoerger in the par- i u tion to adjourn right after Mr. i n f act . Smith introduced a reso- town, and Paul E. Smith, Balti Break 1 onr Glasses? Save the pieces. Lenses can be duplicated from broken pieces. Two to four hours- Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted Complete Eyeglass Service MAAS OPTICIANS 242-A N Market Phone 1951-W Salvage Highest market prices for Waste Paper. Rags. Metals. Iron. Tires. Houses of Congress j Hides. Greases, etc. approve. That's un- j F or Sale: I Beams. Angles. Chan- '. Bender, another Ohio blamed present high 16 years of Democratic summed up his feelings rosebuds and baby's breath, j about Mr. Truman's message be- Mrs. Sanbowers is employed by j fore he heard it. He caid: T*X_ J. Grove Lime Company. Lime. 1 "All we'll hear is a campaign jKiln. anc? IVIr. Sanbowers is an em- ' speech.' ploye at Sheeley's restaurant. ; I won't bet on this, but between JMr. and Mrs. Sanbowers are re- i now and election time I think ·v and ; s ^^ n ? m their newly furnished ! you're going to see little action but ^, K _ i apartment on South Market street. : hear Iiviojuie oopeir aou is suiviveo. Dy . ^ ( T^ e o'clock. Interment will be in the t One brother. Henry Soper. Dawson- j · w " _ 5 n _ ___, ttr-r TuT«^.^v»4r.1 TJlnf !T. AToiint ! ^ _ m _ j i -f _i l i · . uid.ning eacn i nel iron. Reconditioned Pipe, etc FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY. Lee Samp=eli Canal Zone- David E Jolu/E and Horace E Smith ! Her Pich. Interment in Doubs ceme- ; Libertytown- \rnos A Smith New ' ter ~- Gladhill Co.. funeral directors. . George T. Smith,! -- ~ ' 310 Chapel Alley Lost Billfold containing driver's license and sum of money, Saturday night. Reward. MRS. JAMES HAHN New Market. Md. Venetian Blinds Complete Renovating Service New Custom Made Blinds As Low as 50c Square Ft Aluminum or Steel For estimate without obligation call VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE Phone Frederick 2092 Phone 383 Frederick. Md Frank Gastley Sons will be brought to ; j v the funeral home. 8 East Patrick | p^ street, where funeral services will jg e was a son of e late be held Friday morning at 11 iMollie Soper and is i jj H _^ i j otlda y age 0-70 vests. | Piano Tuning and Repairing Pianos Bought and Sold OZZIE FAGAN Phone 2091-W Cesspools. Cellars, trenches, grading, wrecking, general hauling, cleaning cesspools, septic tanks, closets, mowing, plow] ing lots. AUGUSTUS TYERYAR Phone 1352 13 Winchester Street i FOR SAL 2 BUILDING SITES NEAR % " ^ * ELECTROMUSE GUITAR i n d c 5 : C n n n d m a n u f a c - . pany. Box 'No. 2409. Frederick News- ', RIAGE. Like new. Apply 240 E Post. 7-24d3f j Church St^_ 7-27d3f " SITUATION WANTED -- EXPERI- j FOR SALE -- ESTABLISHED BEER enced truck driver wants job ns i driver. Telephone Galthersburs; W-I3. -16dl2t ns j and restaurant business. S3 500 OO 583-jdoivn. balance of S1.500 can be fill* j nanced, ·5-room apartment on second | floor available to purchaser. Write ^rederick News-Post. Box 2710. 7-27d3t* ,__«£yLWANTED , Fon^^Io^PoWTON-TlucK: HELP WANTED--WHITE LADY FOR j Phonc 9"-W-2. James R. Dunn. general housework- - No lauridry. Sunday's off. near Jefferson. No small, NEED A HOME--ARMY children. Write Frederick Ne\vs-Post. Box 2512. 7-27d3f STjRPLUS. 20x20. S300. Larger sizes. Sectionalized. all yellow pine, double floor. SALE-- WANTED -- YOUNG MAN. school graduate, age 21-29. to sell : meat and dairy products for national · packer. Must have initiative, ambi- · ancl ,.,,, , tion and desL- to advance Answer . fcct j.^^ shelves. i. Apply 147 N. Mar,, -cm *' 7-27d3t- - ! Paper and Paperhanginjr LAVTRENCE -PT Phone 2334-R "War Memorial Plot in aiount | v m e and a number of nieces and j Olivet cemetery- C. E. Cline and j ne phews. Funeral from the Barnes- j Son. funeral directors. . ] vilie funeral home this afternoon · | at 3 o'clock. Interment Monocacy The Sick \ cost of iiving - the high ' i FOR SALE-- SIX NEW i : screen and sash at wholesale. 1207 i N. Market St. 7-26d6t :mcn. we** euut;tf«;tj. : ^r--r--^ ~ . -- ·e salarv and com-!*OR SALE--1941 DODGE DELIVERY mission. Apply Barbara Frltchic ^Io- ! l TMck viith brand nexv motor. $900.00. ior Co . 114 W. Patrick St. 7-27d3t I-oudoun Dist. Co.. Phone Leesburg 112. 7-26d6f - ^ . · /-» .. j j 3lr - W - Bartgis Storm, this city, j UlteStlOllS And . Woman Cemetery. Beallsville. -WiUiarn B. ; who received serious jaw fractures TY uiuttxi ' " " ' - Fight And Kill Japanese Beetles j Use Pratt's DDT Concentrate Spray j Sold At ! CARMACK'S GROCERY For Eajcte-Pichct ^ "Certified" Insulation and Eagle- j contractors. Picher Aluminum Storm Windows i WANTED^: and Doors see H J Kester. phone I tractor. No license required._Phonc 532-J. 316 E. Third St.. Frederick, j ^^ ABLE ^-^^ W iTH CAlTwANT: j rOR FREDERICK HOMES DISULAT-! «-«,,^*T..° ^-oifrl^rfiii' 'ooDor'tunity. sis i fNG COMPANY 7-27d5t i with controls. Bin feed. Large cop- :j= ! per apple butter kettle, gas hoi heater. Applv 25 West " SALE CHICKENS. I i*al required. Permanent." Write today. ! tiny toy dogs. Jharp's Kennel. 12f I · U K » « , » » ~ - - » » _ . _ J P^*^r**»«-ai Qf f^-irv*}-in.T-]'*nrt ?.-T^! T^t^n.^ uCCUttlbs i Hilt(jn ' director. Vi " hen he " a ' as the victim of an un- ; '·. provoked attack near Fort Meade Q-- Why are X-rays so named? A -- In mathematics the letter k, is reported to be much . "X" stands for an unkno\vn quan- d at the Frederick Mem- tity. Roentgen, the discoverer of i Mrs. Stanley L. Gibbs ' last week, Shepherdstown. W. Va_. July 26 j Mrs. Johnsie R. Gibbs, 51, color-j improved *. v*.c * *^^**^n- *-^m- , i-P}--^Funeral services are being 1 e d, wife of Stanley L. Gibbs. died : orial Hospital, ivhere the fractures ; the rays called them X-rays be- arranged here Wednesday for Mrs.! Sunday night at her home near " were reduced. · cause he did not understand their '. Cruromitt 2 Clarke j nature, the not yet been explained I Watch Repairing j Carefully Repaired and Adjusted Martha White Snyder. owner and j Hyattstown. Besides her husband. ; Mrs. Janie J. Cruromitt. 1 Clarke 1 nature, the X representing that of the weekly Shepherds- i s h e j s survived by a son. Raymond: ; Place, returned to her home today I which had: publisher by Watchmaker with long experience Jewelry and Clocks Repaired TYLER'S JEWELRY STORE Register Xow town Register, who died Sunday ] f our daughters. Mrs. Mary Rackey. . from the Frederick Memorial Kos- j by science. j A few vacancies left for fall and I at Duke Hospital in Durham. N. C. · Mrs. Virgie Butler. Ann E. and pital where she had bes Mrs. Snyder was widely known j Ed na B_ 'cibbs: fi~ v ~e brothers and , ing treatment for several days. Local Mentions Public Sale Of Household Goods in West Virginia for her civic and j seve n sisters: six grandchildren. . r.Ierhl Adkins. Jr., son of Mr. and club work. She bad edited the · Funeral services will be held at 2 j Mrs. Merhl Adkins. Sr.. of Union West Virginia Clubwoman for 25 j o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Bridge, and grandson of Rev. and . years. i Rocky Hill Methodist church, near i Mrs. Samuel B. Myers, of LeGore. I Thursday, July 29, 7.30 p. m. at j She succeeded her husband as n -- -'-.VT~- f-i'T-neiit will be in ' has returned home from the Get- ] Warehouse of Boyer Transportation i owner and editor of the weekly *fj e church cemetery. Roy. W. [ tyshurg. Pa., hospital xvhere he j Co., 1 mile east of Petersville. on ! when he died and also followed . Barbc.. n--L!2i?.i director. him as postmaster of ShepherHs- -town. She served one term on the West Virginia parole board. Mrs. Snyder was a native of j j undsivent an appendectomy on i Route 340. Watch for list in this! ; .July 18. He is now convalescing I paper. i ; winter term. Please arrange inter- i views in advance fay calling 1782-R i · on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-jr- davs. MISS WILLARD'S SCHOOL OF ! PRACTICAL ARTS Rosemont and Wilson Frederick. Md. Drive Out--Drive Ic Curb Service 11 a. m. to 2 a. m Chicken In the Basket Jumbo Shrimp Ranchburgers T-Bones Eat and Relax in Your Car at THE SNACK BAR: Jet U. S. Route 40 and 40-A Picnic Lunch Compiefe Take Out Sarvice Phone 1933-J-3 Sanitary Laur.dry, 7-26d3t ! range. Bottled gas. Phone Jliddle- tov.-n 9-\V. 7-24d3t" JVJ=.T"T» HELP ' ' 12 " can ice °°-«s. 2 dciry coolers. 1 _ 2 .. in . - t 30 ., n ._ a] , . -- _ « : nicely at the home of his parents! /" Of I OUOY nc^r Urioi Bri^e. ] - llrs - Claude Cooley was remov- ! Sale of Giftwares Prices reduced for clearance of Fried Chicken Snpper Wed.. July 28. 1943. 4-8 p. m. ' Church lawn. Doubs Meth. Church j n case O f ra j n served indoors To Atlantic City By Bus Leaving Frederick Sat.. July 31. 6.00 a. m. Returning Sunday ex-e- ning. For information call 1683-W-2. W. E. STULL, Lewistown X--AGE 25-35 SINGLE AND FREE ' i J 3 miles from Frederick Junction. to travel many states contacting; 7-24d3" farmers to lease sign locations. Good !-s-rvo salary p'-JS bonus \Vc pay expense 1 - -'^ , j and "car allowance. Mast have Jate · i. "{model car. Prefer man with some ' business or i a farm bac'-cRround. |n , o . foundat , on due . Ersoagb b}c . k and ^^ .,, g. d » . ., ? i d f expcner.ce who has . mascj . s 31 41 ar . " . \Vntc or call. For a Completely Satisfying Meal Lot r.Ien's Ravon Socks Private Service Held For Late Pfc. Wolf e 1 they can get outside, they sy cc up 3 the ground and do their planting. M:ss Kathrvn Dutrow. near DC; But by that lime the I seems to have run its course. By Pnvate funeral services were , P ^^^^ of aouring over £e ed held at tnc ff«vesiae in Mt Ohvet, , and ' C3me.ery here Monday mornmg a,, dens . But w 'theh- "garden Ts" Tweed erick Memorial Hospital is ranch Gardening xvas fine as long 3moroveq - _ colorful pulling was ar.- M E M O R I A M 1938 Chev. Coach S 650 i 1937 Chevrolet Sedan 395 ' 1937 DeSoto Coach 395 ; 1934 Chev. Coach 375 11946 Ford I 5 i ton truck .... 1.335 Shoe Clearance Sale! Two Lots Children's Shoes Values to S5.50 Sl-95 and $2.95 KEMP'S--Shoe Mcrianine . \ \ h i t e with brown or black stripes Reg. 65c pr.i 3 pair SI.25 KEMP'S--MEN'S STORE . Westminster 1COO for pppoin'.ment. Na- _ -- _ _ . SALr. -- MODERNISTIC WAL- W. tional^Advertmns Comply. Wcgmin- . rU^^Ai^^-^MOD^IS^IC^ W^rfD^VlVE--EXPERIENCED ' ° 03 ^- ^arkcl St. Phone 1393- TT-,;.-,.,,,^; pr -5 one cUhvvashcr. Davs · i_r'**".*·--. snd c-. : ^nine" Gor-i pav. trsr.sporta- FOR SALE--:»;i PONTIAC COACH. Barbecue. , fully eq'Jip.-ed. Cash or trade. tion famished S-i'-ton's Barbe Washingto'n Pike. I rr.i'.c ireTM Freder- Phone \Vaihersv-!!e 2^52 7-24d3f \c\-. phone 533-W-r.. __ ^7-2Gd3f_ j FOR SA1.E -- ir.34 CHEX'. COACH*. WANTED-- TIMEKEEPER FOR CAN- , Apply at ine Factor;- fe.i5orj. of At:?U5t 2nd _ .. 'erriber. Ans*A-er iri hand'vrjt- FOH IOO Pine Avenue. Scp SALS -- 2 NSW CAPS COD : ng to ?. O. Box 402. 7-22d6i · ho-Jises. 6 roonx* each. Bedroom 2nd HELP~%VANTED~^~MEN. WOMEN FO'-vder room on 1st fioor 2 bedrooms and bovs over 36 to work in can- I ana bath on 2nd floor. Melyin Odea, nine fa'-lorv Work will start about! Wiaon Ave Phone 09-tt. i--2133f WANTED -- TENANT TO DEVELOP - FOR SALE--BALED HAY (IN THE and manace laree farrri for .Crass- - Scids S20 per ton. Charles S. 3us- Jand beef rai^tns No ecuiprnent need- sard. Myersvil!e. 7-24d2t cd. Write Frederick News-Post Box c-QS SALE^5-WHSEI,' L,UGGAGE~OR , 20;:. '2 1°° sports trailer. 4x7 ft. bed. Like new. In Merncriam JACOBS--In loving memory of C. B. Jacobs, who passed away six '. Market St. Extd. months ago today. January 27, 1948. danner Wolfe and the late Harry ', Wolfe, of Silver Spring. Rites; ^^ patlern o£ action flts per v.-ere conaucted by Rev. Herbert · fectly ^^y. 3 s i :uat i ori in our ] jves . Someone if remembering you Nunley. pastor of the Assemblies · We p3an a g rea t enterprise and a^-J =orr°on« alwavs -r-M of God church, Washington. Pic. then are O verv,helmcd with tcr- For 'vo./ve "a" piace ' within Wolfe, then JD years of age. was ,-ifi c lassitude when the thing \ve hcar'-- kilied in action on June 3. 3944\ v a n ; to achieve calls for weed x o one c?n ever fill in the fighting at Anzio. Harry E. ; pulling and sundry unpleasant dis- Carty Company was in charge of ' ciplines. Many of us glow with I do not r.eed ? special day, local arrangements. ; idealism as we confront the chal- To bring you to my mind: ienge to create a better world or- The days I do not think of you Situation der - but xvc f i n d P'-enty to take Are very hard to find. 1947 Do:tge truck--new . . 1.750 CO. Phone 2G5S For the Best in Used Cars See The?e Down! Down: Down! 19*7 Kaiser. 4 Dr. Sedan They Are still Going Down! 1947 Plymouth. 4 Dr. Sedan Payments: 1947 Chrysler. Town ar.d Country WANTED--DAIRYMAN. WITH HELP. SJ25.00 Phone 2269-WX. i S150 per month. Write J. VT. Berket. ' D:ckersorj. or phone Poolejvire 3032. T-212St* 7-23dSt FOR SALE Used Cars and Trucks : 1948 Ford S. Dix. Fordor Dlx. Tudor our 1947 Ford . 194S Ford ; 1941 Chevrolet ] 1941 Doc so 1941 Buick | 1840 Pontiac .. ! 1938 Pontiac S Dlx. Tudor Dodge Sedan Luxury Liner, recently completely ox-erhauled Radio. Heater and fog lights Our Special- Town Sedan 1940 P! mouth Secar. . . Fordor very good Sedanct 1939 Plymouth Sedan Conv. Cpe. nev paint, scat covers: Fordor Sedan AAA-l , 1941 Hudson Com 3 Scd: 1-Ton Stake, radio. Heater: recently 2-Ton Stake overhauled '; -Ton Chases Cab 1S39 Hudson Sedan write part of the notes, thanking the senders for you. Right Way: Acknowledge each pift with a note in your own hand- w r i t i n g however much of a job it teems. ·--Ton Stake y car and truck in good con- reasonably priced. For a would invol-p weed pulling. We i You were a king one of the very J demonstration visit our new lot on are interested in beautiful flowers. ; best. South Court street, south of Amoco great social advances, profound ! Peaceful sleep 'till we meet in t h a t , Station. 1937 now paint and gurantced human triumph--but weed pulling; j whst a bore! ! (Copyright Babson Newspaper Synd.) i home of the blest. HIS FRIENDS THE FREDERICK MOTOR CO. i "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Buick Sod runs and looks good 1937 Pontiac Sedan needs work Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Down to vour Hudson Dealer KEILHOLTZ MOTORS. INC . 1946 Oldsmobile. 4 Dr. Sedan 1946 Jeep S350 , 1941 Chevrolet. 2 Dr. Sedan 1941 Packard. 7 Pass. Sedan 1941 Dodge Club Coupe 1940 Hudson Coupe S325 1940 Chevrolet. 4 Dr. Sedan 1940 Packard Convertible S265 , 1939 Packard. Limouisine ' 1939 Packard. 4 Dr. Sedan ; 1938 Nash. 4 Dr Sedan S350 1937 Ford. 2 Dr. Sedan 11936 Chevrolet Coupe 194S Chevrolet I 1 ? Ton Truck S280 - i947 Crosley Pick-I'p Truck 1940 GMC 2-ton Truck S140 i SaicsmcT! to 900 p m. See our n?ed lot $ 65 j Next to the V. F. W. Approved Packard Willy-Overland Sales and Sorvicps sylvar.ia Thorn No. 44. Certified of !ast -ear Cleaned and treated- C. Harold Duvail. Koso HiH Msr.or. Phone Frederick 13:5-31. T-23cSSf FOR SALE -- NO. 2 JOHN DEERS forace s:ieas;e blower with r»ite. OKDER NISI ON SALES .\e -.-.- October "^T. used 2 cays. "Per- In the Orphans' Court of Frederick f ec * condition at cost of year ago of Countv. Mary!2r.d. : S2S3 Phore Dan \Vjght or 3. E. Car- Ju:,v Term. 1943. ·· michae!. Phone 1316. 7-23aSt Injhe Matter of the Sale of the Rea! ; FO R SALE~^r-5i O DEL "L" CASE rotate of E!Ja J. Swomle. _ _ . tractor or. ne-.r rubber. Model "C" 7-23cSt Cour.;v. deceased, this day reported to «;*: Court bv her Executor be ratified v -- ----- ..... - ..... ...... and confirmed. «nie-« cause to ;he ' FOR SALE-- AUTOMATIC. GAS WA! contrarv be shovvn on or before the , ter neater. A-l concii jop. Pnone 18th dav of Aucust. 1948. provided a ; 420-W _ 1-22061. _ _ copy of this Order be published in p-QR SALE -- GOVERNMENT SUR- som" r.e-.vspapor published in Freder- phjs 2?'x40'. :5'-cl^'. Fev,- Tar- ick County for ihrec successive weeks paulms. 417 N. Market Street. prior to tne ISth dsv of Angus'. 1P4S. · ____ ____ 7-22dSt* _ The Executors- Reoort states the FOR SALE-- 1941 INDIAN MOTOR- An-ount^of Sales jo be Sixteen .hou- , cvc , e AnoJy D . L . Motors. New- sand Two Hundred Do.lars ,»i6.- v .-jndsor. Md. or Karx-ey L B r i d d . 1 3 M e £ L . Phone 2336 I W. Patrick Exfd. Phone 1163 BARBARA FRITCKIF. MOTOR CO i Phone 1288 FARMERS AND MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK. Executor. ! *"OR SALE -- 4-f William M, Storm. Attorney. | acres land, outbuildings. Electricity. True Copy Tost · ! Joseph T. Listen, near Feaeaville. HARRY D RADCLIFF. i J:? 1 ^ 31 !of Wills for Frederick FOR SALE -- REPAIRED GENERA- C o u n t v , Md. dJj-27-Aug 3-10-17. tors, starters Blair's. 222 W South i St. Phone 1S46*L 7-9d30t* NEWSPAPER!

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