The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 11, 1967 · Page 9
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

Frederick, Maryland
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Monday, September 11, 1967
Page 9
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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Moaitay, September 11. 1967 Page 9 Reddick Clan Enjoys Reunion ' T h e third annual reunion of it* Reddick Family was held gently at the Woodsboro F»-e ,, A picnic lunch was enjoyed by ^leihbers of the families pre- i sent. The blessing was offered by Celius W. Reddick of Taneytown. .. A business meeting was held following the lunch at which time it was voted to hold the ,ccunion next year on the fourth ^unday of August. The location -will be decided by the officers 5n charge. Mrs, Irving Rhoder- jick was elected chairman, Mrs. -Earl L, Kelly; secretary and treasurer and Miss Demaris , recreation chairman. The program included group .ringing with Mrs. Earl R. Bid- -dinger at the piano, Scripture *i,nd prayer, Mrs. Irving Rhod- Jerick, musical number by Brenda, Linda and Malanie "Haugh and tap dncing by ·Pamela Aubol accompanied by ·her mother, Mrs. Dean Aubol. I A memorial for Mrs, Cleta ^Durang was conducted by Mrs. 'Naomi Mahn. " Happy 1 Birthday was sung to ^Earl Biddinger Sr., Mrs. Har- ·oid Ault and Robie Whitmore. ^The program closed with the -singing of "Blest Be The Tie .That Binds'*. - Gifts were presented to the '.following by Mrs. Earl R. Bid- Pamela Aubol, Mrs. Robert shoemaker and Mike, M r s . HaroW Peterson M r ' a n d Mrg Robert T Whitmore, Robie ^nd Susie, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- I.ell Crum, Mrs. Margurette Crum, Demaris Crum, M r s . Dora Strine, Mrs. Merhl Reddick, Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Biddinger Sr., Mrs. Barbara Kelly, Mrs. Catherine Dudrow, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Dud- iow, Wendy and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Carroll, Coni ie and Corrine, Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. iiussell A. Dudrow. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Red- U;ck, Jane, Connie and Lester, Mr. nd Mrs Celus W. Reddick, Marie and Charlotte. Mrs. Betty Long, Irene, Mrs. Betty Haugh, Brenda, Linda and Melanie, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cecil, Mrs. Kuth Ports, Mrs. Dora M. Strine, Mrs. Harold A. Suit, Mrs. Agnew Hayworth, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rhoderick and Mike. Mrs. Eiva Fauble, Mr. and Mrs. John Albaugh Jr., Erwin and Laura Ann, Mrs. Nomi IIahn an d Philip Brandon. Family, of Brunswick, Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Frye and son of Buckeystown, James Mann, of Frye and ville, Mr. -irown, of Lovettsille, Miss *gest, Mr. and Mrs. Celius W. Reddick; persons coming the c h a r l o t t e B of L^^. longest distance, Mrs. Harold vlltei Mr and M ' rs _ Fred Qra . ·dinger^^st^d^ Ws' B^rady and family rf Lo^£ ..ninger or., oiaesi iaay, ,\irs. -i ,, n n H Mr« rpnrpp Rpfd ;Elya Fauble; youngest baby, 1)le ' Mr " anc) Mrs - George Keea ·Michael Shoemaker; largest family the most grandchildren, Mrs. C h a r l e s -Eave, person coming the short- Va.. Brenda Graham, Water- fcrd, Mrs. Metty Lawson, of children under the direction of of paeonian Als o Mr. and Mrs. James Grahe guest regis- n r e r m c l u d d : Mrs. Dean Aubol .Roxie, Jeff, Dean, Julie a n d New Officer Slate Picked New officers of the Auxiliary to the VFW Post No. 3285 were recently elected. They include. .nresident. Pauline Weddle; senior vice, Blanche Mossburg; .Junior vice, Rebekah McLar- ^en; treasurer, Anna M. Wil- 'lard; secretary, Jane Drone- ;ourg; conductress, Patsy Sla- ·^rle; chaplain, Louisa Kemp; .guard. Rose Darby; patroitic in- ,structor, Estella Appleby; his- (orian. Rose Darby; trustees, ! Fstella Appleby. Grace Stull, co- *lor bearers, Daisy Kennedy, Hes. Drucilla Tucker and Blanche Crim, of Wheatland, Va . Mr. and Mrs. Parvin Mann, r l Wheatlanrt, Va.. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Graham and daughter, of Lessbure. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Graham and daughter, Woodbrige, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Hoger Furr of Woodbridge. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Furr, and family, of Woodbridge, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Dannv Waggy ?ri d Familv. of Woodbridie, Va.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graham and family, of Msnassas, Va., Mrs Marv M n r n, Sterline, Va., ;nd Mr. and M.-s. Kenneth Gra- and Shawan, if Hami'ton. At a recent meeting, Miss " Rose Daruy was presented the Auxiliary Past President's Din ·A donation to the Easter Seal -Treatment Center was approv- ;cd. - Tentative arrangements were " made for the resumption of yi- ^ sits to the Veteran's Adminis" tration Center in Martinsburg. ", W Va . which were discontin- - ued during the summer months. .The Wavs and Means Commit- H tee, with a current project of " ?e'ling Christmas Cards, an- .inounced plans for a rummage - sale and card party in October. The next meeting will be on - S?ot. 18 at 8 D m The new year "v.ill start on Oct 1. and mem- ', hershio is open for wives ond - daughters of eligible veterans of '. foreign wars. Graham Clan Holds Reunion The Graham f a m i l y reunion Mas held recently at the Firemans Woods a,t Petersville. with 120 guests present. The oldest was Henry Ayers. 'I he youngest was Sandra Wag- '·Ky. Those attending were Mrs. · Nancy Burdette and family, of Damascus, Mrs Mary Graham, of Gaithersburg, Mr. and Mrs Charles Graham, of Gaithersburg, Mr. and Mrs L. D. Wills. ' of Rockvi'le. Mr. and Mrs Ad- rtison Graham and Son, Rockvil " Ic. Mrs. Adurey Martin and Son, · of Rockville, Mr. and Mrs. Rob. r t Graham, of Rockville, and . Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Graham and Daughter, 'f Rockville. ~ Also. Mr. Joe Gill Jr. of · Fort George Meade, Mr and " Mrs. D. L. McCoys, of Florida, ;Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Avers, · of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. « Lucille Shackelford. of Washington. Mr and Mrs J. H. Bodine, 'Of Fairfax, Va., Mr. and Mrs T Henice Graham and Familv, of " Bovd and Mi. ond Mrs. Robert Kelbaugh and Daughter of KnoxvilV. Also Mr and Mrs John Graham of Rosemont M'ss Marv t I/MI Walker «nd Wf. -f Bran- M wick. Mr. Donald Aver^. of \f Brunswick. Mr and Mrs Wm ;' ·; A Mann ano 1 F«mi1v of Wrun«- ' ' t '· v-irk Mr and Mrs. Robert " swirk. Mrs Marv D»rr. Bnn- ' ' swick, Mrs Lenwood Mois and iSJ^- WSPAPF ft fin GH VE -i. TM i-j r y *~j-*r iii S.-J SA^B s s « w * s s x «* iw*^ «^^ Court News Marriage Licenses: Robert T. Virts of Purcell- v i l l e , Va., and Joyce M. McCauley of Round Hill, Va. William LeRoy Holt and Elizabeth Regina Ncrris, both of Thurmont. Regis Eugene Mi'ler of Em- iiiitsburg and Josette Moret of Garges, France. Walter Eugene Offutt and Frances Jean Virts, both of Knoxville. Charles William Stallings of Gaithersburg, and Barbara Ann Swann of Damascus. James R. Prat'.ier of Gaithersburg, and Diane L. Patterson of Frederick. Property Dee-led: Mazie V. Sunday to Charles F. Seabolt and wife, county. Eugene W. Harley and wife to Mehrl L. Hobbs and wife, coun- Parions Newman, et al, to Citv of Frederick, city. Skyline Realty Company to Ronald Rowley and wife, coun- tv Howard R Buhrman Jr. and wife to Stewart C. Abbott and , county. Haze Thayer Halley and wife to C o m m u n i t y Oil Company Iric., county. John Gravson Grimes ind \Te to Freddie D. Stull and sife. Bounty. Marion R. Coleman and wife to Thomas C. Michael Jr. and '.vife, county. Harry L Brittain, al, to .Martha Ann Nytko, ?ity. Joseph L Little, et al, to Harold R Haskins and wife, coun- IV. Charles Edward Wright and w i f e to Claude V. Smith and '.vife, - i t y . G Wilson Mercer and wife to Dorothy P. Sullivan, countv Dorothy P Sullivan to G. Wilson Mercer and wife, countv. Dorothy P Sullivan to G Wi 1 son Mercer and wife, county Morgan-Keller Inc. to Kenneth J. Triebes and wife, countv. l*vt. Simmons Ends Training; As Cook FT DIX. N J. Army Private Kenneth ', Simmons, 21, whose parents. Mr and Mrs John T. Simmons, and w : fe, Dixie, live hi RFD S, Frederick, complet- e.1 a cooking course at Ft. Dix, N.J -ecrmtlv. During the course he was trained in cake and pastry baking, meat -rutting, and learned to nrepare and serve 'ood in Armv mess halls and in the He'd. SAVE WITH THESE VALUABLE COUPONS Redeem This Valuable Coupon PERSONAL SIZE IVORY SOAP 4 *TM lOc With J5 00 Purch«t« Limit One Coupon Per Shopping Family Void Alter S a t . Sept Ulh Redeem This Valuable Coupon For F R E E PANTRY PRIDE 100% PURE MAYONNAISE! QUART JAR With this cou inn and $7.50 purrhds»- or iror*. Limit one! coupon per shopping family. Void after Saturday. Sept. 16. | OPEN LATE Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursbay, Saturday 9A. M. til!9P. M., Friday 9 A. M. till 10P.M. FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER -- 10 WEST 7th STREET .\xn -\r f»« THK Cut From Young Tender Porkers PORK LOINS -39 RIB END C Sliced 43 LOIN END C 49 Sliced 53 CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS » 88 U.S.D.A. CHOICE QUALITY CHUCK ROAST Tender Sugar Sweet California Freestone CARROTS PRUNE PLUMS LEBANON BOLOGNA WHITE AMERICAN FANCY FILLETS Ib. bag Ib. Sweet or Reg. . . Ib. Borden's Singles Cod, Pollock Or Perch 5 Lb. Box $1.89 9-oz. pkg. Ib. 9c 18c 78c 33c 39c QUARTERED CHICKEN U.S. QOV'T. INSPEC. FRESH FRYING LEG or BREST ib. 33 C 2'i-lb. $1.98 pkg. i GREENDELL'S FRESH FROZEN 1IF.F CUBED STEAKS LARGE MEATY SPARE RIBS ^". 45 C LEAN SLICED BACON p f;. 59c FRESH-HOT OR SWEET ITALIAN SAUSAGE » 79 C FRESH CHICKEN BREASTS » 57* GREAT FOR BAR-IE-OUE CHICKEN WINGS 5 p ' kbfl s l 2 7 U.S.D.A. CHOICE ·ONELESS BEEF BRISKETS WHOLE » 67 C FARMI* GRAY BRAND TURKEY ROAST ^ ap ± $ 2 » U.S.D.A. CHOICE QUALITY FRESH CHICKEN LEGS » 49 e DELMONICO STEAKS * M 59 THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW ARE OUR EVIRT-OAY LOW DI5COUHT PRICES! MO GAMES! MO GIMMICKS! JUST COMSUTEBT OJJCOUNT .CARNATION SLENDER SAVE ( 10c P k 9- ( YOU PROBABLY PAID 99r. CONTAOINA LAUNDRY LIBBY'S TOMATO SAUCE I AJAX DETERGENT! TOMATO JUICE CHICKEN-NOODLE SAVE 21c YOU PROBABLY PAID 10/J1.20 ALL PURPOSE SAVE lOc GIANT SIZE SAVE lOc 1-qt., 14-or. YOU PROBABLY PAID 81 c PANTRY PRIDE ·· cans YOU PROBABLY PAID 2/73c CAMPBELL'S SOUP I Gold Medal FLOUR I FACIAL TISSUES SAVE lOc SAVE 17c of 20O YOU PROBABLY PAID 6/99c YOU PROBABLY PAID 61 r YOU PROBABLY PAID 6/SI f 7 Pillsbviry-White, Yellow, Devils CAKE MIXES YOU PROBABIY PAID 3/SJ tuy f^ow^r* jpr7c? SLICED PEACHES DEL MONTE ... 1 £ BIG DOLLAR TEA B\GS 0 " k ioo TIDE DETERGENT ? £ JOHNSON'S KLEAR W A X U PO ', CHICKEN PARTS N 'BOOTS * «V WESSON OIL ?Si TOMATO JUICE C A M P B £ U s 1 °l PINEAPPLE JUICE nOLE s ^, PINEAPPLE JUICE DOLE s ',,' DEL MONTE PRUNE JUICE bo. RED CHEEK APPLE JU!CE bq o't CRANBERRY JUICE SPR E AY N 1 2J SLICED PINEAPPLE 1 1 B B Y S 15 ± 01 , J H 5 $1.00 49c 70c i 29 8 $1.00 $2.29 5 $1.00 3 85c 6 49c 45c 2 57c 69c 4 $1.00 "f 5 *1 12 79c 81c 8 $1 16 *2 39 ·5 1 OR 3 95c 6 55c 49c 2 62c 75c 4 *1.16 1 i r""*- 12 30c OA» JU 10 p_ DC A c 4c 5c 6c 16 *vy ^~*r RAB SOUP C R O S S E AND B I A C K W E U AUSSELMAN APPLE SAUCE . . :RANBERRY SAUCE ^tTM UGAR SUBSTITUTE S W F f r N ow EGO LIQUID COUNTY KIST PEAS IUT GREEN BEANS "^ s IOLID WHITE TUNA ^ /IENNA SAUSAGE *'» OUP IHILI WITH BEANS H O R M f l . . . . fric4E 13 01 - · . * · can 35 01 1 Ih 8 01 10 01 17 01 1 Ib 5 01 15 01 ? U»W 29c 39c 2 45c 85c 6 S1.55 2 35c 5 $1.00 2 73c 2 49c 3 $1.00 I tPM MOBAItV M» 35c 43c 2 49c 95c 6 $1.59 2 39c 5 $1.25 2 79c 2 53c 3 $1.06 ££' 6c 4c 4c lOc 4c 4c 25c 6c 4c 6c COTTON SWABS Q-TIPS Sav« Box ^ft lOc Of 170 0 / C ALKA SELTZER Save Bottle m w 17c Of 75 *|/C LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC Save 14-Ox. L 1 } 7 BottU OOC BIRDSEYE FROZEN AWAKE DRINK PANTRY PRIDE CHOPPED or LEAF SPINACH PANTRY PRIOE-Chicken, Btef, Turkey MEAT PIES PANTRY PRIDE FORDMOOK LIMA BEANS Y O U P R O B A B L Y P A I D 3 / $ ) 0 0 lO-oi. pkgs. YOU P R O R A B I Y PAID YOU PffOflASLY PAID 4 / J l 19 sAve 25c _ YOU P R O B A B L Y PAID 5 S ; 2 PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th--WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES NEWSPAPER!

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