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6 More Deer Shot Thursday Six more buck deer were slain in Frederick County on Thursday to bring the total for the first, four days of the six-day open season to 59. Game wardens re- I ported two more doe and a spiked buck found dead, bringing the total of illegal kills to seven. Worth Draper of Thurmont shot one of the largest bucks killed in the county this season. He checked in a 6-point, 149-pound buck. Three Frederick residents were among the other five successful hunters. The list included: Leroy Toms, i Thurmont, three point, 109 pounds; John M. Kline, 550 East Church street, five points, 110 ' pounds; William A. Lakel, 103 Pennsylvania avenue, eight points, 123 pounds; Herbert W: Duvall, this city, three points, 87 pounds; and L. Pryor, Thurmont, six points, 111 pounds. Â· - Â· ' The total for the first four days is six shy of the score at the same, time a year ago, when 74 were shot during the six-day period. There were 18 shot on the second day of the season last year as compared to but one the past Tuesday. Hunters were practically idle on Tuesday because" of dense fog in the mountainous sections. With two days to go, it is held unlikely that the 74 total for last year will be reached, much less the record 7fl total recorded in 1949. Game wardens said there were numerous hunters out' 'yesterday but no violations were reported. The' official hour of sunset today is 4:47 -o'clock, the same as lor the first four days of the season. Firemen Ask To Have Old Engine Repainted W. Bartgis Storm president of the United Fire Co. and Dr. James Marrone, director, appeared before the Mayor and Board of AJdermen at the regular meeting on Thursday and requested that the City help the Fire Company paint and chrome their 32-year-old engine. The cost of the refinishing was estimated at between $800 and $900. The engine which was bought in 1919 is still serviceable but is, according to Mr. Storm and Dr. Marrone unsightly. The engine has been stored for emergency use in the Citizen's.Fire House. On recommendation of the City Engineer, the Board voted to remove the section of the Airport Federal Aid contract calling for re- seeding, re-fertilizing, and . first mowing. This measure was taken in o^e*- to close the project instead TUB SONGS OF CHttXKAf llluRtnitcd by Walt SeÂ«H "I wos aroused from sleep, he reported later, "hearing a* angel strain whispering in my ear." ' Hefner hod Kttte time to consider Hie hymn. Christinas was but a few days off. On the Saturday night before the song was to be sung for the first time he retired with no music written. teftdent of H* Owwdi of t*e Holy TMN* in PfciWelphio en 1868 when its vector, PWMipc Bmiu, wrote Ife werfc to "O Little Town of BetMetwm." fruufa oÂ«Â«.Â«-fa^er to Â»Â·Â« Can't Wholly Bridge Gap Between College And People The president of Hood College said. Thursday, night that ."there will always be something of a gap between the college and the community--and this gap can only be partially bridged." Speaking to a group of college public relations officials from five States, President Andrew G. Truxal of host Hood College said that "on the part of the average citizen there is a certain envy, fear, jealousy or suspicion of the college man or the professor that is very real." "In this quest for truth which is the main business of higher education," the educator continued, "there has. to be .the questioning of the customary and the sacred--and for that very reason there will always be an unbridged chasm between the campus and the everyday world and men's own idols and caves." "You say," Dr. Truxal told the public relations people, "that your objective is to interpret the college to the public and the public to the college. Is that not an impossible idea? "If only public relations officials would be content to say: As between these two worlds there is an impassable gulf--we can improve this relationship--we can never completely correct the false impressions that people have entertained and will continue to believe about an institution of higher learning." Dr. Truxal spoke at a dinner session of the American College Public Relations Association District IV which opened here Thursday and will continue through Saturday. The district covers the Stales of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and the District of Columbia. of having it open until April or May. The estimated cost of this section of the contract was $80 of which the Government would pay half. City water rent collector Harry Castle explained to the Board, the method used in billing flat and meter rates. Mr. Castle was requested to give the Board a report on the percentage of meter rates in the total amount collected and the increase in the past year in the amount collected. Discussions On the new budget to be presented on December 20 occupied the major portion of the meeting. WILLING WORKERS MEET The regular monthly meeting of the Willing Workers of Mt. Tabor Lutheran church was held at the church on November 27, with 11 members present. The meeting opened with hymn "Take Time to be Holy" and Lord's Prayer, followed by Scripture lesson by president, Mrs. S. L. Sharrer. A business meeting was conducted. Several thank you notes were- passed around and Christmas poems were read by Mrs. Robert Ogle and vMiss Mabel Sharrer. The treasurer's report was read by Mrs. James Six. The guess box. prepared by Mrs. James Six, was won by Mrs. Bruce Late. The meeting closed with hymn "Throw Out the Life-Line- and prayer by "ivilans Are Shown Program Of Movies Frederick Civltnns, at Wiclf regular Thursday dinner-meeting in he Francis Scott Key Hotel's Blue and Gray room were entertained movies when the scheduled speaker. Gen. D. John Markey went to Mawiiil on H Buttle Monuments Commission mission. Shown by Civitnn William rfoore, the moving pictures were The Four King Sisters," "Return if Gen. Mac-Arthur" and "What To Do as Civilian Defense Co-opera- ives In Case oÂ£ Bombing." President David D. Oland pr.esid- ed and the program was in charge of Clvitan Russell Oden, Attendance reached 94.B per cent. Walter Xmbar drew the attendance prize ut because of absence last week, was barred from receiving it. Two local guests, Michael Curan and Albert Miller and from Westminster's newly chartered HERE'S THE ^HEXTENTF* OF IT--This is the Army's new "Hextent," one of many new items of equipment being used in Korea. Far lighter than conventional tents, the "Hextent" weighs about 57 pounds, can easily be handled by the men it shelters. (Inset shows it folded up and held by one man.) The new tent has a white inner lining,- providing better insulation and light reflection. A^ ground cloth around- the bottom seals out cold winds, f " president. There will not be a meeting in December because of the Christmas holidays. , The Congress must meet a n n u n l - 1 As of 1!)50 there were 227,244 ly on January 3, unless it has by | miles of Â·Â·Â·Â·ilroad tracks in the Un- law appointed a different day. ! ited Stales, ; FOOD MARKET 200 NORTH MARKET STREET FREE OELIVEHY PHONES 521-522-523 fHEE DELiVEHY FRUIT BASKETS The Ideal Gift for Chrixlma* Jtahery Oept. Choc. Iced Brownies Choc. Chiffon Cakes . French Apple Pies . . Assorted Cup Cakes . Lemon Meringue Pies Lemon Meringue Tarts each 49 C each | Qc OUR BAKERY DEPT. IS FULL OF TEMPTING GOODIES PAY US VISIT AND BE DELIGHTED : Grocery itept. Tavern Crackers M-*'- Â·Â»Â· 33 Velveeta Cheese . . . 2 99 Crisc.0 . . . . i: .- Â·;'.. 3Â«Â»96' CAPPELLO'S COFFEE Special Blend * 76 Deluxe .. . Â«8Q TRY THESE COFFEES Â· GROUND TO SUIT YOUR METHOD OF COFFEE MAKING : I f .iet"Stveet Frosen Orange Juice . . . . Lima Beans . . . Peas . . . . . v . . Spinach : : .... . tanj 2 2 boxes 2 boxes 45 2 !Â»"* 45 Delicious Fruit Cakes THAT TOPS THEM ALL ORDER YOURS TODAY I Fruits Â·- Vegetables Extra Fancy Mushrooms Â»59 Calif. Artichokes - 2'Â«33Â° Juicy Florida Oranges 2-35 Sweet Tangerines . . . j Â» 39 Indian River Grapefruit 3 25 Diamond Walnuts . . . "45Â° Calif. Broccoli . . . . -35 A W*Â»w Gift Suggestions DECORATED BOXES OF Oranges -- Grapefruit -- Tangerines Appies--Fruit Cakes--Turkeys Hams -- Wines -- Liquors -- Candy Baskets of Fruits Order Your Christmas Turkey Now TENDER DOUBLE BREASTED TURKEYS READY FOR OVEN FROM BROOKSIDE FARMS Meat Itept. Fresh Picnic Shoulders Lean Pork Chops . . . Yingling Fresh Sausage Frying Chicken D -Â» J . . Tender Chuck Roast of Beef * 77 Ib. ib. 39 47 52 TASTE TEMPTING HAMS FOR QUICK MEALS DURING THE BUSY SHOPPING SEASON PRICED REASONABLY iÂ£3ft^^ The Nw*. Wrdtrick, Md,, Friday, December 7, 1951 ELEVEN club, Clvltans Hay Klinger, Jrv,; John Donofrio, Eugene Ensor and Ralph Starner, were present. Next week's meeting will b* held at Burklttsville Lutheran church parlors and will be pre* scnted as a Ladies Night feature. STORE SOLI) The stock and fixture* at Martin's store, New London, owned and operated for the past several years by R. H. Martin, have been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Warfield. Route 1, Mt. Airy, who plan to continue operating the business u Â» general merchandise store. Â· SERVING IN ICELAND KEFLAVIK, Iceland Dec. 7-- Ffc. LeRoy M. Moran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. Moran, Rt. 2, Union Bridge, is now serving here with the Military Air Transport Service's 1400th Air Base Group. American farms produced about $30 billion worth of produce in 1950. ***Â·Â· BENEFIT D A N C E FOR BENEFIT OF CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY Music By Lewy Hill His Orchestra SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 1951 Pancinic from 9 to 12 Legion Ball Room, Thurmont, Md. Legionnaire*, Auxiliary Members and Guests ArÂ« Welcomo OYSTER FEED SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1951 -- 2-6 P. M. Legion Home, Thurmont NEW CHAIN SAW SEVEN HORSEPOWER 55 POUNDS TOTAL WEIGHT It's the 7-55, built by McCulloch. the worWs largest buitd- 1 crs of power chain saws. Come in for a demonstration-^. THIS IS THE SAW YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR! BROWN EQUIPMENT CO. Taneytown, Md. Phone 3061 "May your days be merry and bright, and may all your Christ masp.s he white** 9 "Irvine Berlin's White Chriitmai" We can't assure you a white Christmas, but we can a merry and bright one with one of our 1952 Christmas Clubs. Clubs now opened using the book system with clubs for $.50, $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $5.00 or $10.00 weekly. Frederick County National Bank OF FREDERICK XO. 1 NORTH MARKET STREET Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for a Sterling Glinstnm. ive cytieff Silver "Rose The eternat symbd of love captured iorewer in Sterling 6 pieoft piac* $26.88 Â©orsage A Silver bouquet of Nature's own creation of flower*. 6 piece place $26.88 Exquisite mamplt delicate derign tot gracious hospit*htf. 6 piece place $3332 atterson Cngraved Reflection of good taste and design--thÂ« engraver's tribute to thÂ« Â·well-set table. i pi*oe place $3352 faces include Federal Tax JAMES E. DOLL Frederick, Maryland NEWSPAPER!