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Deaths home; and Mrs. Geneva Orner Maryland the daughter of the of Waynesboro, Pa.;_ two sons, i ate Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dove. MRS. CLAKA E. EATON Mrs. Clara E. Eaton, 82, wife Franklin Miller of Lance, and Burgess Miller of South Port, N.C.; nine grandchildren, a of Roy G. Eaton of York, Pa., great-grandchild; and three sis- died Sept. 2 in the York Hos- *ers, Mrs. Mindie Rhyne of pital She was a member of St. Plumtree, N.C., Mrs. Martha - · D -- J ' ·"'- City, Term.; Kennedy of Blackie, Va. Friends may call at the Creager Funeral Home in Thurmont. Services will be from the fun- Mark's Lutheran Church and Reed of Johnson the Daughters of America, both ! and Mrs. Olivie of York. , Surviving, in addition to her husband, are two brothers, Elmer A. and Charles W. Van Fosen, both of Taneytown; and two sisters, Mrs. Alice T. Etzler of Taneytown and eral a.m. home Wednesday at 11 with the Rev. Elmer R. Having graduated from the St. Joseph's School in Georgetown, Sister Mary entered the Visitation Convention in 1900 and has been in charge of the culinary department for fifty years. Sister Mary is survived by a brother, Edward Dove; a ter, Mrs Catherine Bradt of funerals MRS. MAMIE BOLLINGER Funeral services for Mr;. Mamie Bellinger of Taneytown were held today at the C. O. Fuss and Sons Funeral Home ii. T a n e y t o w n . The Rev. over William F. Wiley officiated. Pall bearers all grandsons of Mrs. Bollinger's were: Kevin McKinney Robert and Larry S1S " McKinney, Jack McGlaughlin, Nevin Sheeley, and Millard Mrs.' Andrews officiating. Minerva C. Renner of York. , Burial will be in the Blue Funeral services were held a t ; Ridge Cemetery in Thurmont. the Baumeister and Orcutt Co- W * I T F - R ionial Mortuary with her pastor, ' ' f ' the Rev. Herbert L. Kline, of- f-ciating. RO ^ d~ied~ Saturday" at7he Washington of Hospital Center. He was a custodian with the Montgomery County school system. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Sally E. Fink; seven sons, Le3 Burial was in Mount Cemetery, York. MISS CLARA E. SCHAEFFER Miss Clara Elizabeth Schaeffer, 86, Bucfceystown died at FINK Walter L. Fink, 61, of 1320J JTMTM* at 10 a.m. by Fr. Al- Ardennes Avenue, Rockville, fr , ed0 E ', S TM th ' *!l ls , tantr £ ^ ' S t . Johns Catholic Church. Interment will be in the Visitation Monastery Cemetery. M. R. Etchison and Son, funsral directors. Washington, D.C., and a num- Sheeley. Burial was _in the Reber of nieces and nephews. A Requiem Mass will be in- \ms. toned at the Chapel of the Visi- Funeral services tation · Monastery on Monday Fiora Belle Leister tormed Cemetery in Taneytown. FLORA B. Frederick Memorial Hospital Roy and Walter M. of Rock " Fink. Glen Fink of Ar- Saturday at 4:20 p.m. She was a daughter of the vills, Milton W Burnie; Donald GRANT D. WARNER Grant Delmage Warner, husband of Ruth A. Shook Warner, LEISTER for Mrs. of Taneytown were held this afternoon at the C O. Fuss and Sons Funeral Home in Taneytown. r 'he Rev. Howard W. Miller officiated. Pallbearers were Hubert Null, James Baumgardner, Edgar Hsckensmith, William Harry Dougherty, and K. Miller. Burial was Lutheran Cemetery in Cpl. Tern, L. Kcker Cpl. Ecker (Continued from 1 age One) of St. Matthews church on the Manor. Surviving her are a brother George William Schaeffer, Beth- Lutheran of Gaithersburg ; and Carroll C. Fink of Boyds; a sister, Miss Clara Fink of S'lver Spring; three brothers. Earnest Fink esda~three nephews, George W. of Kensington, John Fink, oi Hoffman, Adamstown, Lewis N. Washington, and M a y n a r a Hoffman, this city and Lawrence 0. Hoffman, Doubs. Friends may call at the funeral home, 108 East Church st. today from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home, Tuesday Hospital, Mt. Wilson. Md. Born in Fort Dodge, Iowa, and at 10 a.m. The Rev. Henry Fink of Fhrida; grandchildren. Friends may call at the Hil ton Funeral Home in Barnesville where services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Monocac Cemeiery at Beallsville. son of Mrs. Angie Dehnag'. Warner, and the late E. Warner, he was 52 years of age. Funeral services for Neri. husband of Rachel McDonough Neri, who died at Sentz. Robert in the Taney- j 0 b that had to be done. On May 18, he wrote that his camp had been attacked by . mortar fire and that one round Joseph had landed less than six feet frejm the tent. "That was one terrible way to wake up," he Late Scrtitchv* Chtirle-. Town Rflct Couriy scrakles lor Monday Clrar Jnd Fast F i r s t Race R«l Ash, K f M ' s Km, Jckester Second Race Little Cupid, Henceforth. Optimus, Sn Sonic Third Race Honeymtherock, AAtm Tail, Red Fan Fifth Race Property f a x S «th Race Mr Si- Ninth Race Ircn Missy Barbilero Among The Sick Miss Karen J. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J e s s e e Smith, South Market Street, i s reported in satisfactory condition at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, following an emergency appendectomy yesterday. Mi ;s Mary Ellen Blank, -six. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Donald B'ank Jf South Market Street, has been a patient at the James Lawrence Kerna:is 'losp tal in Baltimore for three weeks. She is exoected to under- gi surgery for a dislocated hip "^ *'«*. THK NKVVS, Frederick, Maryland Monday. September 11. 1967 Pane 5 MM A! M K M We Never Refuse Refuse The C. K. (Buck) Tyeryar Co. Septic Tank Cleaning Refuse And Garbage Pick Up Tel 663 -9336 -662-2213 J. C. B R Y A N T C. E. ( B u c k ) TYERYAR Box 52. Frederick. Md. 21701 Frederick Memorial Hospital on t , d n j paren ts. Charles Wednesday were held at the * ' . . . . Etchison Funeral Home, 106 While in Vietnam he asked for and received crab meat and Surviving besides his wife and ternoan at 2 p.m. East Church St.. Saturday af- shrimp meat which he shared Schaefer pastor of St Matthews MRS _ LOREN 7 M _ SMITH Lutheran church will officiate. Burial in Mount Olivet cemetery. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. mother, are two sons, Grant D. Warner, Jr., Adamstown, and Hugh M. Warner, at home. Two sisters, Mrs. Charlotte Ma? B/ennaman Marshaltown, Iowa, a :d Mrs. Eleanor Wickershein, Waterloo, Iowa, and one broth v. Max Warner, Princeville, 111., Bap- The Rev. Horace C. pastor of the Barnesville list Church officiated. Pallbearers were: Charles D. Cooley, Ralph E. Cooley, Raymond E. Geisler, Robert Knott, Paul McKenzie, Thomas L. Knot',. Interment was Mrs. Lorena May Smith of 225 t w o grandsons and several nir- Metnodist Cemetery," MRS. BETTY E. EPPLEY Mrs. Betty E. Eppley, 42, wife lengthy illness. Dill Avenue, wife of the late Charles Bernard Smith, died Sat- uiday evening at the Frederic'': Nursing Center, following Suiting are two daughters, E Dailey gon Funeral Home neral Home E mmitsburg with of John B. Eppley, 206 South Born in Oak Hill, Kansas, a . Market st. died at Montevue daughter of the late Willard D. own business, Infirmary Sunday morning. and Lavina Flynn Gwin, she was machinery in She was a daughter of Lewis 75 years of age. E. Abrecht and the late Mary Gertrude Lantz- Abrecht and Mrs. Eleanor A. Wilt, Adams- was a member of Evangelical town, and Mrs. Lorena H. Mob- Lutheran church. For 20 years erly, Catonsville. One brother, Mrs. Eppley had been employed Willard Gwin, Philadelphia, at Sagners, Inc., as a press oper- Penn.; three grandchildren. ator. Wayne S. Wilt, U.S. Armed For- Surviving her are her father, ces, stationed in Korea, Gwin her husband, two sons and three B. Wilt, and Joy Anne Wilt, both daughters, Marshall Monroe Ep- cf Adams.own. pley, Patrick Eugene E.ppley, Mrs. Smith attended the Uni- Jody Ann Eppley, Jeanina versity of Kansas, and was a Elaine Eppley and Betty June former Government employe. ces and nephews also survive. Mr. Warner was a member of St. Lukes Lutheran Church, a Feagaville. and the Mens Bible Class, and the Sunday School. He owned and operated his and sold farm the Adamstown, with his fellow Marylanders. He BuBois a i so had a Maryland flag sent him to mount on a bulldozer used for clearing an airstrip near DaNang. Surviving in addition to his parents and grandmo.her a e his wife, the former Katherine in the M Harris, one daughter, Judy Hyatts- L. Ecker, and one son, Gary L. Ecker. at home in I asadena; M r , . Anna Stull of 19 Taney \partments is ill at her home. !.(' .Al V i K N i i O \ S Cesspools And Septic Tanks Cleaned, Repaired and Installed Day or Night Phone 473-82M B. W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Frederick Landscape Service Se ding - Shrubbery Free Estimates 6lii G i a n t Place 662-3760 area. Friends mav call at the Robert afternoon town. M. R. Etchison Son, funeral directors. WILLIAM L. CRAWFORD Funeral services for William L. Crawford, 39, of Emmitsburg RFD 2, who died suddenly on Bearers "and "honor" "guard from Monday were held on Thursday the y s Marine Corps. Burial from the Wilson Fu- Legal Notice On September 1, 1987 an application was filed with the Federal Communications Corn- one sister, Miss Nancy Le e m j ss i 3n Washington, D.C.. seek- Ecker, Pasadena, and his mat- in g ^ consent to the assign- ernal grandfather, Earl Law- ment of tne licenses of stations rence of Hia'.eah. Fla. WFMD-AM and WFMD-FM, nend Frederick, Maryland, from The P all ~ Mcnocacy Broadcasting Company to James L. Gibbons. Station WFMD-AM opeiates Cappello's 200 N. Market St. Specials M O N . . Tl'ES. WED. Fresh Grade-A-Medium Eggs 3 dozen $1.00 Circle K Sliced Bacon Ib. 65C Lean Ground Beef Ib 55c Light Meat Tuna 3 cans 89c V-8 Juice 46 oz. can 39c I'.S No. 1 Potatoes 10 Ibs 49c Fresh String Beans 2 Ibs. 2*)c Pan Raisin Buns dozen 69c Always S'iop CAPPELLO'S Fur The Freshest MK AL MENTIONS Septic Tank Cleaning PAUL R KOLB SK 473-8218 or 663-6960 Grimes Golden Apples FLANAGAN ORCHARD Thurmont, Md. 1 271-2775 - Crab Feed i Middletown Amvets Post No. 9 i SATLRDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 i 6-8:30 P.M. $2.75 Per Person. Sale - Barn Cleaner j 40 Stall Cornell chain barn I cleaner power unit will be 1 sold at the Thomas Estate Auc- j t i o n on WED.. SEPT. 13 See ! large ad Sept. 9 12 for location. I i Rent Any Band I n s t r u m e n t I For School Music Program i l f Purchased-Receive Full Credit COLONIAL MUSIC SHOP 14 E. Patrick St. SMALL brick bungalow. 2 bath, oil heat, base- ft. front lot sou:h of Funeral Friday in services were Baltimore with Eppley, all at home, one brother, Bernard E. Abrecht, this city; two sisters, Mrs. Mary L. Beacht and Mrs. Charlotte E. Hamburg, both of this city. Several nieces and nephews also survive. 'Friends may call at the funeral home, Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will bs held at the ·"' funeral home, Thursday at 2 p. m. The Rev. Francis E. Rein- Friends may call at the Robert E. Dailey ?on Funeral Home 1201 North Market Street Monday 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from the Funeral Home Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Mount Clivet Cemetery. EVA E. HARNE Mrs. Eva Elizabeth Harne, 70, widow of Ernest F. Harne 1201 North Market Street on Monday from 3-5 p.m. and 79 p.m. Fun°ral services will be conducted from the Funeral Home Tuesday at 11 a.m. by th? Rev. Henry Schaefer, pastor of the The Manor Famish. Doubs. Interment will be in St. Lukes Church Cemetery, Feagaville. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the St. Luke's Church T -,ild : ng Fund. MIL BERT M. MOORE Milbert M. Moore, '33, 430 North Market st. died at Montevue Infirmary Saturday at 10:15 p.m. He was a son of the late John and Catherine Myers Moore and was a member of Grace United Church of Christ. For a number of years Mr. Moore had the Rev. King Duncan officiating. Burial was made in ihe Keysville Cemetery. The pallbearers were Frank Lawrence, Roy Moore, Norman Shriver "·., Norman Shriver Jr.. jil- more Nesdy, and James Saund- 3rs. JOHN KUMP Funeral services for John Kump, 85, of Fairfield, Pa, who died on Tuesday were held on Friday afternoon from the Wilson was in Baltimore National Cemon " 930 kilocycles Station WFMD- otery. ' - We May Help You Lynda Bird (Continued From Page One) Mr. and Mrs. James S. Robb, said Chuck told them about a mon.h ago he'd "decided to take the big step." "He swore me to utter secrecy," Mrs. Robb told newsmen. The young Marine's father, an airline sales executive, said, 'we were FM operates on the frequency To s o briety And A New Life o-" 99.9 megacycles on channel W r i t e Alcoholics Anonymous 260. Both of these stations are BOX 162 FREDERICK.' MD. licensed to The Monocacy Broadcasting Company. ·,011 Funeral Home, Fairfield . r- j w u i ~ with the Rev. Harold Myers Jo be a confirmed bachelor . _ _ " V i i r . l i f r i * berger pastor of Evangelical Sr., Plane No. 4, died at Fred- been employed by the Mary- ·-· · · «"-i*»t- IV/TOTV,^.-,.,! unt.rv.t.,! c.,t..,. ] an( j j\ate Roads Commission. Surviving him are his wife Mrs. Emma Castle Moore, two children, Kenneth L. Moore and Mrs. LaBee Fox, both of this city: one stepson, Russell L, Castle, this city and the following brothers and sister; LeRoy Moore, this city; John Moore, York, Pa; Merhle Moore. Yellow Springs; Urban Moore, Sr., Braddock Heights; Claude Moore, Old Braddock and Mrs. Floyd L. Culhr Sr. this city, four grandchildren. Mary I.. Castle, Eugene Russell Castle Uichard Wayne Fox and Kevin L:iMar Moore. Friends may call at the f u n - eral home 10S East Church st. today and Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday at 2 p.m. The Rev .luseph K 1 . Clem pastor of Grace United Church of Christ will officiate. Burial in Mount Olivet cemetery. M. R. Etchissn and Son f u n e r a l directors. Laird Ends Viet Policy Support Lutheran church will officiate. Burial in Mount Olivet cemetery. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors. MRS. MARY L. MICHAELS Mrs. Mary Lavenia Michaels, 7, died at the home cf her son, Heibert E. Michaels of Union Bridge, Saturday after a long illness. Born in Frederick County, a daughter of the late James and ing children: Miss Sarah Fogle Bostian, she is sur- Harne, Baltimore; vived by three sons, . William L. and Lawrence L.. Michaels, both of Baltimore' and Herbert E. Michaels of Union Bridge; a daughter: Mrs. Charles Christian of Baltimore; 15 grandchil- children. 28 great - grandchildren, and a sister: Mrs. Lillian Bailey of Baltimore. Funeral services w i l l be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the U n i o n Bridge Funeral Home of D.D. Hartzler and Sons. Officiating will be the Rev. Philip J. Kemper, pastor of the Stone Chapel Methodist Church. Burial will be in Rocky Hill Cemetery Memorial Hospital Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Sie was a daughter of tho late Charles David and Ida O e t t r u d e Aushernun Harshman and a member of the Bush Creek Church of ih? Brethren, Monrovia, the Ladies Aid Society of the chu-ch and the Adul'. Bible Class of the church school. Suriviving her are the follow- Mildred Mrs. Belva I. Reynclc's. this city; Mrs. Ethan Summers, Monrovia; Mrs. R o y Francis, C o l l e g e Park; Ernest F. Harne Jr., Mt. Airy; Mrs. John H. Knill, Edgewood Church Road; Gordon W. Harne, Wheaton, and Mrs. Woodrow W. Anderson, this city; two brothers, Gorman Harshman, near Pearl, and Har- rv H. Harshman, M;. ^iry: 21 grandchildren- 6 great- grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews also survive. Friends may call at the f u n - eral hems 10S Fast Church Street until n o o n Tuesday, and the Rev. Eliza Myers officiating. Burial was made in the Fairfield Union Ceme*arv. The pallbearers were Ray Weikert. Earl Adelsberger, John Sites. Robert Mickley, Sari Musselman and Lloyd Ben- nsr. Dri- er Charged Af l 2r Accident An unestimated amoun L of damage was done Sunday when his life. The romance between Lynda and the young marine attracted attention in receru weeks as they spent weekends on the beach at nearby Rehoboth Beach. Del., and were constantly photographed. Both are Episcopalians they plan to be married by an Episcopalian minister in the White House. It will be early in December, but no exact date has been set. All of the stock cf The Monocacy Broadcasting Company is held by Western Maryland Trust Company, Morton M. Seigel and Mrs. Evelyn C. Leonard as trustees. The following are the officers or directors of The Monocacy Broadcasting Company: John I. Hanly Mrs. Evelyn C. Leonard Mrs. Lola G. Harman Lloyd M. Dangerfield Elmer I. Eshleman J. Vernon Summers A copy of the application and related material is on file for public inspection at the main and studios of WFMD at 1 West 7th Street, Frederick, Maryland. all Notice To Bidders The Board of Education of Frederick County, 115 East Church Street, Frederick, Mary- Friends may call at the Hartz- thence at Bush C--eek Church ler Funeral Home Monday. MRS. V E R N A M. HITESIIEW Mrs. Verna Mildred Kite shew, 43, wife of Roy L. Hiteshew of the Brethren Service Center in New Windsor, died at her home Sunday after a long directors, illness. She was born in Johnstown, ?a., a daughter of the late Jacob C. and Catherine Duncan Dailey. of the Brethren, Monrovia, until time of f meral services there at 2 p.m. The Rev. H. Austin Cooper, pastir of the church, will officiate. Burial in th'j ce- n etery adjoining the church. M. R. Etchison and Son, funeral MFLVIN D. GRENOBLE Melvin D. Grenoble, 52, husband of Jean Wolfe Grenoble, In addition to her husband, she died suddenly at the Frederick leaves a son: loe E. Hiteshew Hotel on Saturday. of Sebring, Fla.. and a daugh- Surviving are his wife, three ter. Miss Barbara J. Hiteshew, stepsons Thomas Edward Wolfe, at home; and two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Heidorn and Mrs. Jean Edmonds, both of Johnstown, Pa. She was a member Union Bridge Church Brethren Frederick, Jesse Eugene Mathews, Charles Francis Ma ..hews 01 of the at home, two stepdaughters M i s . Irene Baumpardner. Mrs. Melvin Payne of Frederick, 4 the s tep grandchildren. Mr. Grenoble served in the Friends may call at the New Army as a cook for ovsr twenty Windsor Funeral Horns of D.D. years and was employed at the Hartzler and Sons Tuesday. Memorial services will be held at the Union B r i d g · Church of the Brethren Wednesday at 2 p.m The Rev. Haj-old L. Bowser, her pastor, will Tuesdav evening from 7 to 9. officiate. Funeral services will be held at Burial will be in the Pipe the funeral home on Wednesday Creek Cemetery. In lieu of morning at 9:'iO then to the Get- flowers, the family requests that tysburg National Cemetery contributions be mad-* to the where gravesub servicas will be Parsons Company department store. Friends may call at the Ftch- ison Funeral Home, 106 East Church Street on Monday an 1 D E N V E R . Colo . AP - \ leadini: House Republican withdrew todav his support :f Presi- Jent Johnson'; V i e t n a m pnlic ,'eclaring t h a t sooner or later il ·vnuld lead to a C o m m u n i (dke-'jvor in South Vietnam. Rep. Melvin R Laird ·){ Wisconsin, one of the most n f l u e n t ; a l GOP Ic.-u'ers in the Hou^e charged Johnson has movec ·iwav from the basic bjective Ri'Dubl'cans origina'lv support- i d . Laird, who ;is c h a i r m a n of i!u 11 "use Republican Conference i i i e;if t h e ton -f Ihe GOP hicr T-chv in Congress, has c r i t i fi/.ed some aspects of Johnson' 1 conduct of the war in the past "t before today had neve voiced outrght opposition. Hi? t-i-marks were nrenared for an A m e r i c a n M i n i n g Congress con y n t i i n Lnird said lohnson made fi'tvlarpontal change" in U S. nolicv in South Vietnam last Or t^hrr at a seven-nation summit "? on the war in Manila ...^ ,,,,,, 3 It will be the first White ]and invites bids on p a v j n g the car diiven by a Boonsboro House wedding of a presidents p a r kj n g area for the Governor sideswiped 'an auto driven daughter since Woodrow Frederick man on Route son's daugnter. Eleanor. married there in Wily a Frederick man on OA, a mile west of Middletown. State Trooper Dale K. Wilt-ms charged Richard H. Willamson of Boonsboro w i t h fail- tiry of the McAdoo. Lynda, a history Treasury William ure to keep to the right of cen- graduated with honors from the er when he crossed the center ine wh'le traveling eas'.. side- wiped a car driven by Elwoo.l ". Whitmore of Eighth Street, and veered back to the right crashing into a telephone pole in the side of th- road. No in- uries were reported. Thomas Johnson High School, was Nj ort h Market Street. Frederick, 1914 to becre- MarylancL Specifications and proposal sheets may be obtained at fie major, was Board of Education Office. Sealed bids will be received Education Of- A.M. i D S T ) , 1957. Education re- to reject any to waive Baptists (Continued From Page One) .ate liberal arts Christian ege be selected; Fourth, that th. Baptist Convention and State Mission Board i ; i n s m i t the assets to n new "rpo: a t i o n t o t a l l y free of dei m i i n a t i o n sponsorship )r jon.rl: F i f t h , t h a t the president of .lie college and the president :.f the. corn, -ration t a k e steps to e f f e c t die resolutions. Dr. Eugene K r a t z . president i-f the college, said the next j i f o r 1 would be to engage in a -.aidv of the precise needs f this area in r e l a t i o n to a ··()!- 'i ge of this tvpe. This would -·! m t i i ' t i a l l v k n o w n .'ducaiors 'iiclude, he said, a conference ir.d C h r i s t i a n leaders ;u 10 the Veal c u r r i c u l u m for this t \ p e ·I i n s t i t u t i o n . U n i v e t s i t y of Texas in June 19'i5 a t the Board of and n j w holds a SlO.OOO-a-ycar, n ce until 10:00 part-.ime magazin? w r i t i n g job. J-he has nut indicated whether she will continue w o r k i n g after her marriage. Rchb. whe has two brothers and a sister. was born in Phoenix \ri'/ . attended Cornell University for a year anel then t r a n s f e r ! ed te the University of Wisconsin. He was graduated w i t h honors. MO. in n.'il. irivirij.' c o j_ majored in business aeiministra- SEPTEMBER 19. The Board of serves the right or all proposals and informalities. By Order Of The Board Of Education Of Frederick Coun- tv J C H N L. C A R N C C H A N . JR. Secretary-Treasurer Polic S«-«k ThiH Mar Speaks At U t i l i t i e s Mrrt Hep Charles McC M a t ' n a - i I i . . i Hep -Md. lith i was the fe.i- lured speaker ,ver the week- ·ncl at 'he 43rd a n n u a l Fail Con- ifrence of the Maryland-l)ist: ict of Columbia Utilities A.s- s-iciation, Virginia Beach. Va. Other speakers included W L h i u b a k e r , IBM Data Proci-ssnv ( o l Thomas M Fields. U.S M.C special assistant Tor Southeast Asia and Ernest B. Furguson. Washington Bureau of the Bal- t'more Sun. 't; ':· Police l o d a v ;'i · I 'iii^' lor the- t n i e f who sink- about sj. ,i w o r t h ol cleithL's f r o m a car p a r k ' - e i a. t h i Bar!) ira h . i l c h i e Ke.-t.- 1 .! 1 :'"' '·'"' " ' S id i-'rieiay ' ii:ce' said the e - 1 ' i t l u - s . m- clueliiu' suits anel elresses. w e r e -,1 .|--n t r -in a car eiwneel hv l U n i y 1 n i l l e - e i of Decatur. 1 1 1 . w h i l e 1 I n l l e o w a s in t i l e - res- ' a u r a n ! . The- t h c l t oe- u.'i\d s h e : t l v at t e r noon No sus;ee'ts h a v e been ouiui Itt M E M O R l A / v In M e m o r i a n i H A W K E R I n l o v i n g i n e m o i . of iny dear husband Mr. J u l i a n C H a w k e r who passed from this life fourteen years ago Ponton's Community Sale Auctions every Wed., 6:30 p.m. ria:- 238 W. 5th St. This week: Frostle^ s refi igerat»r. very guoel; apt. si/.e other el en- stove.--, verv good: t':4" elee-. s t o v e . g.:;ui. 4 pc. blonek- bod room .suite, very geod. pr s i n - gle heels ce-mplete. v c i y -401 « d : double m a p l e bid complete, in pc. e l i n i n g i .."!m siiiti.. l i v i n g ni.:m s u i t e - , refnui r a t u i s. s-t.-. I'lec .sewing m a c h i n e chen u t i l i t y c a b i n e t s , bei 5 pe- .se-t. lariV t a b l e - , (i '.! .i..use-. b a t t e r y t a i '. mowe.:-. 1^ o l n r e t i e Top Quality Beel 173-8586 or 473-8619 By The Quarter, Half or Whole By The Half, 50c Per Lb. Cut For Freezers R. D. HEMP SON Jefferson Septic Tank Cleaning C. H. PUMPING Phone 829-1755 or 829-0631 Supper Fried Chicken Country Ham SAT., SEPTEMBER 23 4 P.M. -- ON Fellowship Hall at Faith Church of Charlesville, Opposumtown Pike Family Style - Dessert Included Adults S1.75 Children $.75 Frederick Memorial Society Annual Public Meeting SUNDAY 2:00 SEPT. 10 GOOD SHEPHERD LU1HERAN CHURCH 141f W. 7th St., Frederick Quarterly M'-eling Junior Fire Co. No '2 Monday -- Sept 11. H p.m. R E F R E S H M E N T S Charles E. Troxel'. Sec-rot jry Help Wanted Female cook for evenings in local restaurant. Good salary. Paid vacation. and holidays. Experience necessary. W r i t e Fri'dLM'ick N e w s Pe-;t Be)\ I'OH \U u t i o n Firemen Fred.-:-ick City Fire- Dept A n n u a l ,Ie)int Picnic Wednesday. Sept 13 S t a r t i n g at 5:30 P M F n - d - ' r i c k I-'airgrounds A;!m s,ion ' Dues Cai el ( T M M I T T E F . 4 room bedrooms, , ment, 200 · Frederick. '; SKYLINE REALTY CO. | 662-2977 or 663-3191 I (iaver Reunion I SUN.. SEPT. 17 i Middletown A m v e t s Bring Basket Lunch Annual Tin key Oyster Supper United Church ef Christ Adamstown N O V . 4 , Chicken. Ham Oyster : Supper Family Stvle : OCT. 7. 3 P M. U N T I L i Lutheran Church Burkittsville Adults $1.75 Children 85c Carry-outs 2re extra Notice ; The IJbertytown Vol. Fire I Dept. will hold their regular i meeting on SEPF. 11, 8 P.M. ' WILLIAM BILL, Sect. Shippers Red Nectarines Bartlett Pears Ram bo Apples F*rune Plums PRYOR ORCHARD 2 mi. West of Thurmont On Pryor Rd. Phone 271-2693 Foam Rubber Center RELIABLE J U N K CO. 5th East Sts Cut To Size W ; hile You W a i t We Sell N a u g a h y d ? Phone 66M482 Registration For Toe, Tap, Ballet Modern Jazz CINDY'S TOE TAP STUDIO 625 North Market St. 663-4451 Notice I , v i l l no' be . e-- MI a n y ' k - b t s ' M . - r t h , , i ; I r a c t i - d by'lf D A V I D L M I D D L N i t . A i r v JU(4 BRIDGK INN Hot Steamed Crabs Friday. Saturday Sunday Eat In - Or Take Out Call 663-9560 Family Fun Night AMERICAN LEGION Woodsboro, Md. Every TUES nmht fi P.M. IXnr Prize Fair Time! Plan your exhibit with Creative Signs GROFF SIGN STUDIO Rear 904 East St 662-626 Pt-ae-lr-.s J. II. H a ' e Elberts Plums Damsons C L A B A U G M ' S ( ) R ' H \i; ) Phexie- 'J7!-7.!K2 Seho 1 )! d i r l s ! I Bae-k to .-c'-rieil ,'LnrcULs Re | d u e - e e l ' E f f e c t i v e A U G . 29 t h r u . SKI'T 13 Re- $2 50. Now S1.75 ! M A R - ' K I . H A I H S ' I YI.ISTS r,nj-ii! i t ; \ K I -Si a u k ( Ii a n i n g iN , 1 - K K R . N \ I F 1 ' ! . K C SI M M K R S elr me-!al drop leaf T.V , K l t - W 0 1 k r e i - sk 1 f i l e cat;inet. w a l n u : t a b l e , m a r b l e t i . - ; i i b o w i pitche r oi'eti I- MI- Sale .' l u - i l r o im In '·!. r a i l i - l . e i . f i : e [ i l a c e m o d i - r n k i t e ..en. b.Kik .!u i V es. l i . i s c m e i . ' ;'a' 10 a i r e o ' v l i t i i t ! ! i.'.' ··'.':·' '.( -a'. 1 '' - i n !,l! 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S i i I i n . ; el's Sand 1 .', ( ' i l l e e Siida-. (',(', S M i r : i ' I'redci n'k ' Chai l.itt.- Soft Sli. ; i a : - ! Shell i ·I! C r a h - W , CH \R1.0T! \\ a l k i : s- ,',:i I ' a p ·;- 11,IP I:- iw H i ! , ri'.MNF, tie', !· 'S M,! l i o n To Cancer Society. MRS. M.U I)E MII.LER Mrs. Maude Miller, 70, wife of Melvin Miller, died suddenly Sunday at her home near Deer- FISTER field She was born in Plumtree held at 11 a.m. M. R. Etchison directors. funeral Personal* MARY I. I.. DOVE Sister Marv Ignatius Loyola N C 'he daughter of the late Dove, 63, died at the Visitation Doc and Polly Berlison Peniey Monastery Saturday evening af- In addition to her husband, ter a lengthy illness she is survived by two dau,?h- Sister Mary Ignatius Mr. and Mrs James V. Devil- Kiss of RFD 4. Frederick announce the birth of their daughter, Ann Elizabeth. Sep« " at thn Washington County Hospital. Hagerstown The ."·andparents qre Mrs. Tames H Goodman, and Mr and Mrs Loyola Kenneth F. Devilbiss, all of Senator liyroii Sp*tik At M«' The Fredericktown Association will meet Tuesday at f p.m. in Winchester Kail The topic of the meeting is t") be "Recent Progress In Historic Preservation " Senator ;oorilrx Byron w i l l show slides and speak on the historic preservation progress at Nantucket se'le!.,m saw yeu frown. Yeiur face most a l w a y s wore a smile. Life- never got you elown, Yeiu sang and h u m m e d fie whole day through. Even when yem felt bad. Yeui are w i t h me when I am troubled Anel the skies seem enly gray- It seems you linger w n h caresses Till the troubles pass a w a y Through you are beside me No matter where I i!0. I can feel yv.ur near me Are! I am not alone I know By His l/onoly Wife- MINN IK HAWKF.R E Q U I P ' ss ate-d meal ease o|K.-n d a i l y , PHO MO 3-4601. 'I ruck a v a i l a b l e , reasonable commission. bedding stenh/.eel NOTE' Ne-.v used f u r n i t u r e ler p r i v a t e sale e l a i l y Card of Thanks We w i s h to express our sin ce re t h a n k s to our won I c r f u l r e l a t i v e s , fi lends, and nei'4h.ors for t h e i r many acts of kindness shown us eluring the eleath of our beloved son Raymond Nelson Frye II who pnssed away August 10th. Also for the hoau- t i f u l flowers, cards, anel many acts of kindness MR * MRS H A V M . l M ) NKLSJ's I RYF. SISTKR «r B R O T H E R K i w a i r s "lli \iiiiiial \ i i K i w a. 11 '. ' I n ! ) ! )f I'Ye I f l ' i . - k Benefit of H a n d l e 1 . ippexl C h i l d i e i i SK! T !· 10 \ M A I The J i h h ' i n g P.i\ i l l n Freelei ie-k F a i r ( '·', oun !s Main I t ' ;ns N . - A X t ' s e d R u m m a g e I ab'e Bake St. in. I R e f 1 ·.·shuu'ii! Y e : i i r A l t e i K i . m c e W i l l Me A p p r f e - i . i t e d Coiu-rete I nnstrin 'tion Basements. 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