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Frederick, Maryland
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TWO THe New, Frederick. MC, T«cwUr, J«ly 27.1M( Strine Reunion Held \Emmitsburg At Big Pipe Creek Park j Emnutsbur* _ Mrs. c i« u d e _ _ , , , , 1 Humerick and daughter Becky of ' More than1.9 people from M*ry- jhi-nnont jp^t «. ver al dav* last! tend FenJfS-lvMM mttended the 21st wtek , t the home of ,,,, Maade aaauml reunion of the Strine clan. Harbaugh ^ relative* and friends July 25 at _ M rs. 'Thornton Rodgers and Big Pipe Creek Park. Taneytown. ( 50-3,5 Eu j[ene and Donald visaed oa A reliitious program was held la ;Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. John the auditorium after -which tho Owens. Baltimore. naeKibers. enjoyed a basket lunch --« rs . John Saffer visited on Music and entertainment was fur- Monday with her daughter who is mshed by Jimmy Young's Tune- a nun at the Visitstioa Convent. twisters of York. Pz. A novelty: Frederick. program of bird acts and games J --Miss Helen Topper has return- Wedding Parly At Hal leers title wss arranged and prizes g:ven oy the committee, Mrs. Irene Chatelain. William Cha'.elaic. Floyd Striae. Mrs, Floyd Striae. Roy Strine and Jimjciy Cover. Those who attended were- Mr ed from AUentow n. Pa . after spending about f:ve weeks with her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Topper. -- A birthday dinner was held on last Saturday at thr home of Mrs. · 81:0 Mrs. Howard Shiplev. Cre:»2er«~ Maude Harbaugh .n honor of the town: Jerry Shipley. Wayne Ship- birthday anniversary of Robert ley. Gerry" Shioley' Cathrine S'.ot- Orner of Haraey Guests were tleniyer. Melvin Stottiemyer. Le-, 5Ir - and ^ 5rs - Charles Cutshall and Gore" Dixie StottleiKver. Alma Stot-I dau * ht « r Victoria Joan. Mrs. tlemyer. Wanda S:ottlerr.yer Mr- Claude Humerick and daughter EJEe"Strine. LeGcre. Michael F\ock. Becky. Blanche Harbaugh and Ruth Sirine. Jirrirriie Your:g Pork ' Rob « rt Orner. Pa: Hob Young. Y ork . Pa - M r --Mrs. Robert L. Topper Mrs Mane Rosens'ee! arid daughter Barbara Ann !ef: Wednesday to spend untii Sunday i\ ith their brother and sister-in- law and family. Mr and Mrs. P:u$ E. Kelly. N e w r j . Pa -- Mrs. John F. KeKy. Mr*.. Marie Rosenstee: and daughter Barbara and Shipley Topper spent Tuesday in Westminster -- Miss Shirley Topper :« v:«st- with her _ grandmother Mrs William Topper -- Miss Louise Adams of Washington spent from Saturday until Tuesday with her parents. Mr and and Mrs. Floyd Strine Hagerstewn Mrs Elsie Str-ne. Frederick Mr-. Gertie Strine. Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. Roj - Strine. Frederick. Mr and Mrs. Charles Vanfossen. Ta:;etow^. Mr. and Mrs Charles Kerchne:. Miss Janet Kerchrcer. Mrs Katherine Kerchrer. Wa!kersv:S!e Mr and Mrs. George Smith. Sr.. Mr and Mrs. Harry Fisher Mr? Berth? Vanfossen. Frederick: Mr and Mr* '_;.. James Cover. James E. Cover. Jr Betly M .Cover. Mary Ann Cover Williar- L. Cover. Ronald S Or Timothy W. Cover. Hanover. Pa Sir. and Mrs. CharJes Kceney. Ster- Mrs C FeKx ling Keeney. Helen Davis. Delma^ " --The annual retreats for the Davis. Barbara Davis. Mr. and Mr* laymen of the Harrisburg Diocese Harry Holtzoole. Mr snd Mrs. Clar- of the Roman Catholic church wiU ence Repp. Clarence C Smith. Le-' be held during four weekends in Gore: Mr. and Mrs. C. L Poffen- August at M;. St. Mary's College burger. York. Pa. Shellva Weddle. Mildred Lippy Paul Lippy. Orville Lippy. Edward M°~ S^T 1 * *" Ub TM? le ~- TMr ' a TM Taneyioxvn - The annual mem- Mrs. Wrfliam Chatelam Lavamia bersh.p meeting of the Southern V?TM' TML.-T a 7 K' Q Peak SUSes Taneytown Cooperative and s^on _pea _c..:i «pc=k Jr . Southern States Cooperative will be Doris Garber. Leona Blume. Patty he i d at p !pf Creck Park TaMV . Blume. Mr. and Mrs John Toin--.' tow n. Thursday evening. July 29 Mrs. Elmer Toms. France _Ton»s » w i t h business session at 8 p m". and Betty Toms. Bobbie Tom*. Junior j field dav and picnic at 5 30 p m Toms. Leona Torns. Daisy Mae i This meeting wUt celebrate South- Tosns. Mr. and Mrs. Hemvn Loch- era States" twenty-fifth year of ser- ner. Judy Lochncr. Allen Lochncr. vice and the seventh annual meet- Betty Jane Booser. Billy Eyier. Mr. ·' ing of the Southern States Taney- and Mrs. Clyde Horner. Delmar ' town Cooperative. Election of d"i- Freddie. Gerald. Barry and LeRoy ' rectors and farm home advisory Horner. LeRoy Eyier. Mrs. LIoj ti j committee will take place. A. D. Nagle. Harold StottJemyer. Mr. ire! i Alexander, president, will preside. Mrs. Harry Naugle. Marlin Naugcl. ' Music will be furnished by Earl ; Dariene Xaugd. Lewis. Charlotte. : Hoop's String Band. The program: J Joan and Theodore Bair. Jack Eis- , Invocation by Rev. Glenn L. Stahl. [ erman. Phyllis Eyier. Doris Hawn. ' pastor of the Lutheran church; an- Eddie Hawn. Mrs. Emma Xauglc. nual reports by George Flora. ' Mrs. John Hape. Mrs. Earl CI«-m. ! secretary, speakers, a movie called ' Mrs. Emma Clem. Mrs. Ward Cmm. ' " F| rst in the Hearts of Farmers" Ward Crum. Mr. and Mrs Stewart ' a n d comedy: refreshments and a Sipe. Frank Goooer York P~ · "\ir Feed Ba K Style show. Group sing- pp.d Mrs John J. Pitting'er. Evelyn ' i n ? wil1 continue until ten o'clock. Pittinger. Sterling Pittmser M~J- Prizes and ribbon will be awarded ' vin Pitiinger. Larry Putinscr De- ' The P ublic " invited to enjoy the · tour: Mr. and Mrs Joseph Trc«slcr · aftcmoon and evening activities. Janet Tressler. Mr. and Mrs John ' ~H«-'on-Snider Post 120. Ameri- ' Woods. Harry Woods Mary Wood.- ' can Le * ion Auxiliary, will hold a i Bay'Smith. ML and Mrs_ Raymond ; £'«"'£ ^ a * vcnin * a . 1 Bi * P 'P C | Eyier. Cyndia Eyier. Chermainc. --u * i- ,, Eyier. Mr. and Mr* Paul Weddle I ~ Charle * foreman. East Balti- Phyllis Weddle. Larrv Weddle'.' m ? r ,* ft reet - " a P atient at Fred - "eacue. cnck Memorial Hospital. Gaithersburg Gaithersburg -- Mrs. Edna Webb and Mrs. £th«l Webb have returned to their borne in Bolivar, W. Va.. afUr ipendinc the week with the i focBMr'i sister, Mrs. Charles Glov- j ·er. Mrs. ' Glover entertained at luncheon on Wednesday in honor of her guest*. Mrs. Lewis Henley. of Washington, was among those 1 present . · ! -- The housetuests of Mr. and iilrs. Russell Gloyd, Mrs. Edward jRacU, Joyce Rada and Samuel O'Danlel of Charleston. W. V*., · ·have returned to their home. . 1 -- Mr. J. Arthur Pointer of Carli ton, Ga., who has been a guest in ] the home of Mrs. Catherine Swartz- · ; back, has returned to his home. j -- Mr. Marion Martin has return- i ed to his home here after spending ! the past several days with his par! ents. Mr. and Mr;. Gerald Martin. ; at Tucker. Ga, ., -- Mr. and Mrs. James Wriley Jal cobs are spending the weekend at i Cape Cod. The Hon. Kerr Jerrets. . ,' who spent sometime with the Ja- · cobs, has returned to his. home on " ian - near Suckeystown. announce i the Island of Jamaica. the engagement of their daughter, Beattie Irene, to Robert Elv.-ood HUtner-Roclke Siudio Miss Beattie L Zimmerman Mr. a,id Mrs. Williaih H. Zimraer- Women's Clubs Ballrnjer Homesukers* Meet T h e Ballenger Homemaker'J Club met on July 19 at the ComJ munity Hail iij Feagaville for it -annual covered dish and fuesl luncheon. There were 22 memi bers and 16 guests present. In the absence of the president! Mrs. William Howard, the pr gram chairman, had charge of meeting Several socgs were suns following the luncheon. The me bers then introduced their gue and each made brief Ternaries! Mrs. Luther Remsburg. presiden of Frederick County Council oi Honaeniaker's Ciubs. gave a shorf talk. The delegate from the* clu ot ihe short course a: the Univer sity of Maryland us June was MrsJ Chester Young. She gave a ver| complete and interesting report on the activities of that week. The ciuo adjourned to meet with Mrs. E. C. Rainsburg on Sept. 6. Hilsner-Roelke Studio M:ss Grace Khiabcth R:ce. daughter of Mr. and Mrs- George W Rice, WalkersviHe. became the br:de of Edward C. Hedges, son of Mrs. Mary B Hedges. M.ddietawn. and the late John H. Hedges. :n a ceremony performed the evening of June 26 in St. Pauls Evangelical Lutheran church. Walk* crsvil Rev E. Koon;/ Heiwig. pastor, performed the ceremonv. In the front row from left to right are. Elwocd Bu-sard. .1 ' " -- - -- ard tjr'-^'"!). Richard Hedgetown. U'-her. buck row left panied by their graiidda-agh'ter "!^Jr ' 11 ' tie * r * reder:ck - ,, Mr* EL C. Royston. return^ to «edd!«g w:ll take place in ti ie fall | their home Wednesday after spend- -- -; ing a vacation with their aunt, Mrs. ' W. Harold Graybeal. at Concvvingo. --Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed and . Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gartner are leaving for Roaring Gap. N. C.. for a "^'^k s vacation at the Gravstone Inn. --Miss Yvonne Pitts and ifis-? ' Susan Kallahan. of Washington are tf* 10 ^ ***** " evv : unli of work j visiting the former's - . . « - " Proceeds from two plays presented Sam's Creek--The Sam's Creek Girls' 4-H club have been having their regular meeting during the summer. The girls have completed , Etiquette course. They are *!l-l *** by the girls and llettHMs. usher: Mrs.. Charle" H Lut/. Frederick, matron of honor: the brsde uncle.Mr. and Mrs. Edward Xe«- - - ^ 3 "^ a ^.5 ew -°. 1 """ lr i-s. brother of :he sroom. M.adk-to.v-. oest mar.. Cariton Rhodenck. Middle- . °«tt. for several weeks " " . Irie " ds were S° od -. Th . e « jrls were ; : to rifihC Mr. Rice, f a t h e i of the- btide and Rev. Mr. Helwig. --Mrs. Lawson Kin» Mrs Ru.i. ous - v Setting ready lor tneir achieve-, __ _ .. ..- --- Brandenburg *,,* ",.'. -i.-__V: »-«nt night which was July !6 Shir-· Were Married In Synagogue T)ftntir Bosed^le Club The Rosedale Homemaker's Glut held its meeting July 6 at the home of Mrs. Bernard Grove. Wilson avenue. The roll call was answer* with a favorite vegetable and how| to prepare it The club decided to hold its family picnic on Augustl 3 in Baker Park. The committee] in charge is Mrs. Vicent Bist and Mrs. Thomas Molesworth. for recreation; Mrs Ed Mobley and| Mrs. Oliver Keefer. The September meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Vicent Biser. Grant stre^t.l Miss Loa Davis gave a very in-l teresting demonstration on plan-l a wardrobe around a basic! coJor. Refreshments were served! by the hostess. Brandenburg and Mrs. Fulks have returned from Beach where they have had monjes. for the past' several^veeks 0 '" preseated b - v SOIKe acted as mistress of cere- ' An Etiquette playlet was' of the girls. , ' * FLAVORS '^K Detour-Lee Laymon. Thurmont , !_ M ~ s.-md T^M f^^ Xancy Lindsey and Corrinne HoSf: £ a».d Thomas, Fitzgerald. Baltimore. v , ;i! ^t .S^.t* 1 ??. of . Ca !«^- wrote the play. Those who parti-' were- Mother Xancy L : nc:- Park, are guests of Mr. and Mr« * ey: - ^ * Ia % . OU Y«. Ke1 '' vlg: XK^ r.., ....I.; Jan!f - PnyHw Scnne- William en T . -der; Josie. ; are spending the summer v. :'h their uncle and aun and Mrs. Curtis Powell. --Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Slabaugh of the Village Store recentlv en-s . -- -- tertameti about 25 of- their" rela- ; TM e , y W1 " be ««ests of Mrs. Marian · neKect =oft cti=t-.rr Vanrv tive-- and friends Holcombe for several davs 1 Hf - custara. ^anc -Mi»es Xancv and Bonnie ! . -Mn Edith McColIam-.-md Mrs. %*?£TM.f??. , 3 « m " n «ration Mun^hour are vis' for several ' ***TMn Bnmner were luncheon ' "^'"f TM^ d TM ks . Pa ^ y Garber weeks with relatives in Gettvs- ' Quests on Thursdav of Mrs. N. C. an ? her t f aM . ma - e Ann f °°P Save burg. Pa. ; Stiles at Walnut Farms. · a aemo «Stration on party sugges- -Mr. and Mrs. John Myerly and I ' -1 - 22^' ^ «- J ° hn A " OI SSSd « M Mr £, nd , their £on R'^-ard. of Ridgely ^V °. ' Park, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. joV';,, oh 11 am AT^TIotn ft, *-* i ·* «=»IST-_ xr i i zns o-ii;i^::t»c'i. jusitr. ^_ 41 *»*CX5»1D. A nc Ollcv^ art* *^ · Cl fi · i route to Purcellville. V a \vhe-e »°TTM e H ° ff: ^"^ Jan!S Ec!- - er ' I NilinillP 1 ' XnPfiak v will h^ «,«r. nf ;T_J \;±?:f Ruth Ensor gave a demonstration LJUlUIUCi l)pCtIal3 family and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 1 Miller and daughter, all of Hagers- '. town, visited recently with Mr. · and Mrs. vV. C. Miller. Mr. Miller ; RADISH , , . i - ..... -. . remains aoout the same having ; XVest s ^ st t been confined to nis oed over two tions. Anna Marie Myers told a · story of her 4-K experiences in . sewing. Miss Evelyn Scott, home displayed at demonstration agent acted as the Friday by · judge for judging the exhibits and Shaakle. Jr.. 436 the demonstrations. Refreshments vegetable were served after the orogram. is a double-jointed affair with a H. --Clarence Skinner returned recently from a trip near Detroit. , red radish at the top and a xvhite i ; radish appendage about the size of · Theresa Eyier. 3 Sharon v ~ Miss Jennie Ga ' 1 - Fellows Studio Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Gordon Mr. and Mrs Gordon were married June 27 at the Beth Sholom Synagogue. Mrs. Gordon is the former Miss Rose Sara Miller daughter of Samuel D. Miller. West Patrick street. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Gordon, Bronx. N. Y. They · Harry ReinUoIlar until recently had the misfortune to fall and injure fT n :~ n If^^t^-^ her hip last Sunday is a patient a t , g JniCn IfriClge "\Va-h»«.- A.T^^,. T.-T-. -f ,~ - » j » n » 'miiuuuni unm receniiv naa ber Bettv^' PvW* AH^ W* Gar - ««e misfortune to fall and injure VaiS Fox sien;^ le W o e TM c r - ' h e r hip last Sunday is a pati^' - «-- Mni v ? «- ^ v , Ur " ; ^-ederick Memorial Hospital, ^f,, JIl "r- ^ a . n "l c W _ e ler - Eleanor i -Mte Bernadette Arnold n -Miller. M, and Mr, Ellwood Tom, | ed Wedn^day Torn 3ancy Toms. Judy Toms. Phyllis, Ocean Citv E. John Toms. Mary Ellen Snv- ' Union Bridge | Korrell, Sr.. July 23 with 17 members and five visitors present. The meeting was opened by B ri ft A i/i ~-..«.. ^,.,v.,t -- Evangelistic _ _ oe naoette Arnold return- ?erv i ces u -; n be conducted :n the Croup singing, and Scripture -cad- ' the-world-trip." "arrived tod'ay at j to Lmon Bridge Church of the Breth- .,,,, K ,. ST ^ ,,,,, cu , . ' ,,_ _ , Aden Protectorate. Asia, after an! - . . , . . . ... . . ; a man's thumb. Shankle said he . .Mich., where he was visiting his . unearthed the frcak in his - DEck . ! · brothers and sisters. ,,__,, ___..,_ i --Charles Diller. Washington. D. j' garoen. . C.. and James Dilier. Taneytown. ! , are spending the summer vacation | TO BROADCAST TOXIGHT j with their grandparents. Mr. and = A broadcast by transcription from ' Mrs. C. W. Diller. WFMD and WFMD-FM in connec- ' --Miss Joyce Dorsey returned to ; tion with the Maryland Soil Con- j her home in Westminster after i servation Field Day at the Thrasher spending last week -with her grand- i Farm on August 18. will be given at ' mother. Mrs. Bertha Dorsey. ! 7:10 o'clock tonight. Those who , --Miss Shirley Shry is visiting .will take part in the broadcast are j with relatives in York. Pa. , Elmer L Eshleman, William E. : --The Forest and Stream Club · Hardy and R. E. Delaplaine. j ( w hich broke camp on the Mono- , ' cacy river near Detour, will again mee: over the Labor Day xveekend. ' · _ | SUPERFORTS IN ASIA i VTashingtr i. July 26 '.-P.--Three ; B-29 Superfortresses, on a "round- ! ., N«fp rtfievt distress of MONTHLY . FEMALE COMPLAINTS Are you troubled by distress of female runctlonai periodic disrarb- ances'' Docs this make TOU suffer Trom pola. Teel so "crro^J. tireci-- ai such limes? Tbea DO try Lydia E. pinkiiam's Vegeraole Conpo::=d to relieve such sj-niptoais. PiaShsni's has a grand soothing effect oa oie of ujoiTians mosr important lYDULPlNKIUM'S SPSS* REX-RAY ELECTRIC FAN 10" csci!Ic!ir-s !cn. Chf· ir.iun-.-p'.attd blodef- 5' StH Mr ic fe-'*"'-t sat Simt ReX-iUY ELiCTRK FAN S-'nch itoticncry fcft. Chrene-plaled bladtt. 40 wctii. 2000 KPM . . . SiH CA »t gSij BntJUftt ] 49$ CAPE COD PLAIN I GALLON JVC Ke:pi fcsd end liquids he! cr cold, lightweight Picnic J-3 . . *%Q£f a visit der. Sandra Snyder. Nellie Stottle- j STKAWRIDE-WnENER ROAST ·mvrr. Joanne Stotilerr.yer. Marshall ! · e i i i u i i Diiuge v_iiurcii 01 me arein- · _ ! . « » » . , -- , , Adpn P'-o'prtomfp A;ia aftf ren from Sunday. August 1 to 8 '" g by Mrs ' Wn1 ' After A *TM j^f^hf^m Tri^l^ wUh Rev. Jacob Dick. Lititz. Pa . as b«sness was conducted by the The'strategic Air Comman, he Strategic Air Compiand an- [ the evangelist During the week president. p.ounced that «after a brief layover , ,h the held j cus. who has been a patient at the the home of Mrs. Leslie Masser. officials said ua to supper, and guess box ; Maryland University Hospital. Delicious refreshments were served, i with world flying co~n3itFons. The bronze statue known as VVas Xvon b Jerr " K eefer. There' Baltimore for a lumber of weeks 'Christ of the Andes, on the border was group sin 8 in S on the way home ; --Tree;, have been felled and of Chile and Argentina was erected . . The K ue5ts w ere: Bud Mock, Pete j work has begun on a new modern in 1902 to commemorate peace- Kc ^ fer - Barbara Biehl. Glenda' barn at the Charles Dichi farm, ful settlement of a boundary dis- j ^ en l' Barbara Mock. Susan Kecf- j near Midd'.eburK. with cement' pute between the tivo countries. i e r - Gerald Creagcr. and Helen. foundation and metai roof, to re- · , Wachter. ' place the iarge bank barn destory- j j Members present were: M.S. ed by fire on Friday. June 25. j .Shipley. Jean Magaha. Dora Dut-' Friends aid relaiive-; have b e e n ' row. Helen Mock. Beatrice Cole.' assisting Mr Diehl j Evelyn Clark. Grace Mercer. Helen --^ ev p n ^ "Mrs. Donald T. Me- ! Biehl. Virginia Mock. Maegie Fox , Intosh returned to the Union j Jerry Keefer. Frances ^Spurrier!' Bridge Methodist paronaac. after i Virginia Keech. Muriel Bacr. Lola' vacationine for a i\cek on Long Wachter, Marian Davis, and Ruth- Island. N. Y. ^ eiia Droncburg. To W ed Soon ~I~ SOCIETY MEETS ihe "narking: frog" of Texas has The Ladies Missionarv Society - a^cail mat resembles the barking of the Ecige-.vood Church of God. ! Ol * d °£ , met at the home of Mrs Frank I SEIBERLING TIRES Ride on Heat Vented Seiberling; Safety Tires. Smooth tires are Dangerous--Trade in today on these tires that are air-cooled for blowout protection. It"} time for that vacation trip. Let us tune your motor--align the front end and balance your wheels. HOMK OWNTID MELVIN M. ENGLE CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS HOJIE OPERATED Back of Fost Office Phone SO Frederick. Md. WILLIAMSON'S DRUG STORE Hiltrjcr-Rficike Studio Miss Peg-gy L. Stewart Mr. end Mrs. John H. Stev.-art 213 West Patrick street, snr.our.ce the engagement of tr.e-.r daughter. Peggy L-ycilJe. to Peter S. JLigocki. KM 3rd. Can-.p sor. of Mrs Peter S Lieocks. Sr.. of Xan-.ic""--e Pa_ and the late Mr. Ligocki. The ·R-edding will take place In the near future. Constipated? So "W as This Woman * "I -wo-cld go from one Sunda' zest, then take a. har«h c- *T%i«*-**» ** _^ j i T " J. na t s over HOT? that I eat ALL-33AX daily."--.I/ Ti'Tnzr, India*!cpi If your diet lacks bulk for normal elimination, *a«. an ounce of. KELLOGG'S ALL- IB RAX every day in railk--and drink plenty of ·water. If not sat- I»fi*d s^ttr 10 Beauty Culture is ahvtys in demand! Stead}-, high salaried jobs await you. | NOW IS THE TIME TO LEARX BEAUTY CULTURE Approved By Maryland State Board 1VRITE FOR INFORMATION* OX OVR SUCX-E^SFt't. BEAVTY COURSE WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE PHONE 401 MAKTINSBfHC. W. VA. COUNTS G R I L L DRUID THEATRE BUILDING. DAMASCUS, MD. FULL COURSE DINNERS STEAKS, CHOPS. FRIED CHICKEN Plan to visit Damascus and cat that juicy, tender fried chicken dinner; tender T-bonc steaks that you can cut with a fork. ' SNACK AND SODA BAR 3IOIU H \ I'll \II1 \ Y Successor To Pcarres Drug Store Drug Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 CATEREsG TO PARTIES AND BANQUETS Servinr. Daily and Sundays From 11 A. L Until 8:30 P. M. ^Try Our Famous Individual BAKED CHICKEN PIE DINNERS Also Steaks -- Chops -- Fried Spring Chicken v Ham, Beef and Swiss Steak Dinner* 18 MODERN BRICK CABINS -- PHONE SO *-*« HURRY? Just Phone 5pj j- - - *,·* | i Furnish us with a few ^ 5 t simple facts--tell ns how J3 f ~i ranch to set aside for you. O y " - The money most likely £| ·will be ready for you by f£S| » A the time it will take you ;. j ^- to reach our office. jtg ^ S25.00 to §300.00 j§ L I N C O L N i OS IV Patrick St. Phone 127 · , Kello** Co., Bsule Creek, Mich., *nd get DOUBLE YOUR MOKEY »ACK. Get josiioec'a AiL-sjtAN now! Are You Interested In Advancement? Opportunities Xow Lxist FOR DEPARTMENT MANAGERS in Frederick Store Responsible position* now available to those ^ h o can Qualify for Soft Line Merchandise Depts. 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