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   News (Newspaper) - October 1, 1964, Frederick, Maryland                                Frederick Fair Premiums Holstein-Friesians, Open Class Bull calf born after June 30, 1963 and over 4 months: 1-Logwood Farms, Reist e r s- town; 2-Charles I. Staley, RFD 4; 3-C. LestersDudrow, Lime Kim; 4-Charles E. Ifert, M i d- dletovm; 5-Clarke E. Bea- trice Toms, RFD 6. Junior Yearling Bull born January 1, 1963-June 30, 1963: l-James A. Page RFD 4; 2- Larry Grossnickle, RFD 2, Mid- dletown. Senior Yearling Bull born July 1, 1962-December 31, 1962: 1-Russell S. Wachter, Key- mar; 2-Logwood Farms; 3-C. Lester Dudrow A. Doty Remsburg; 4-James A. Page; 5-Joe Musselman, RFD 4, Mt. Airy. Bull 2 years-old and over: 1-Clarke Beatrice Toms. Senior Champion Bull, 2 years or over, Clarke Toms; Jusicr Champion Bull, under 2 years, Russell Wachter; Grand Champion Bull any age, Clarke Toms. 1-Patricia Staley; 2-Allie Mes- ser; 3- Russell S. Wachter; 4-Charles L Staley; 5-Larry Grossnickle; 6-Harvey 7-Lester Dudrow. Cow 3 years-old bom July 1, 1960-June 30, 1961; 1-Logwood Farms; 2-Logwood Farms; 3-Russell S. Wachter; 4-Allie Messer; 5-Ctnrles E. Ifert; 6-C. Lester Dutlrow; 7- Russell S. Wachter; 8 Allie Messer. Cow -J years old born July 1, 1959-June M, 1960: S. Wachter; 2-Log- wood Farms; 3-Russell S. Wacb- ter; 4- McChoryval Farm, Ira Ifert; 5-James A. Page; 6-Pa- tricia Staley; 7 C. Lester Dud- row; 8-Kevin L. Dudrow. Cow 5 years-old or over born before July 1, 1959: 1-Logwood Farms; 2-Paul R. King: 3-Allie Messer; 4- Allie Messer; 5-Russell S. Wachter; 6-June R. Dudrow; 7 Allie Messer; 8-Harvey Clem. iC, HM.U3. I Heifer Calf born after Novem- Cow, in milk, any age to DC 4-H Clothing Department The following ribbons were awarded in the 4-H Clothing de- partments: Sewingbox, juniors, Mary Kay Leatherman, champion; Carol Salt, red; Joyce Morrison, blue; Pam Weddle, red; Judy Stup, red; Kathy Outsail, red; JoAnn Ridenour, white; Kathy Malligo, white; Susan Malligo, white; Charyl Lynn Hahn, white; Ter- esa Baker, blue; Carla Eicholtz, blue; Jean Fry, blue; Brenda Van Sant, white; Janice Dykstra, red; Evelyn Smith, white; Chris- tine Collins, white; Mary Mar- garet Stull, red; Deborah Zeiler, white; Mary Louise Remsberg, white; Gail Remsberg, red; Nancy Fry, blue; Heide De- wees, red. Scarf, tea towel, pot holder, beanbag, hankie case two dif- ferent, juniors, Jean Fry, Jef- ferson, champion; Linda Roder uck, white; Joyce Morrison, white; Judy Stup, blue; Joann Carolyn Cosgrave. blue; Ann Barney, white; Kathy Fay Falk- tnstein, blue; Nancy Carroll, white; Kathy Ifert, blue; Ann Cornish, blue; Mary Alice Mel- vin, red; Constance, Walsh, white; Pam Roderuck, white; Elaine Hevner, blue; Ellen Hev- ner, blue; Patsy Lydard, white; Connie Mount, white; Linda Conaway, blue; Sandy Wilcom, blue; Theresa Wiles, white; San- dra Fry, blue; Wanda Black blue; Susan Sherald, red; Murray, red. Gail 1963 and over 4 i-G.' Rodney Martz, R F D 2, Keymar- 2-George Smith III. Reisterstown; 3-Russell S. Wach- ter; 4- Allie Messer: 5 Kathy judged on udder alone. Exhibit- Ridenour, red; Karen Beachley, ju g ,._.4_J 4_ or is limited to showing three animals. 1 Logwood Farms; 2 Allie Messer; 3 Russell S. Wachter; red; Carla Eicholtz, blue; Bren- da Van Sant, white; Di- anne Garst, blue; Evelyn Smith, white; Linda Ifert, red; Chris- Tflrf Tpffprson- 6- C Lester 4 Logwood Farms; 5 Patricia tine Collins, white; Mary SySffi SiSSY W s? fas e? Rems- JJUaTOW f-JOnn nru o, c _. P------ nlar.tr Kevin L. Dudrow, Lime Kiln; 1 oryvale Farm, Ira Ifert Son; berg, white; Wanda Black K. Martz, RFD 2, Key- i 8-Allie Messer. white: Nancy Fry, red; Heide, mar; 10-Logwood Farms. Senior Champion Female, 2 Dewees, red. Heifer Calf born after July year or over. 1. 1963 and before November 1, i Logwood Farms Playclothes, juniors, Marsha Goodwin, Middletown Wide- Awakes, champion; Betty Trox- ell, blue; Kathy Fay Falken- stein, white; Sandra Fry, blue. Sleeping togs, juniors, Sandra Fry, champion; Joann Morrison, blue; Kathy Fay Falkenstein, blue; Linda Conaway, red. Separates to mix or match, seniors, Karol Long, Frederick, champion; Ann Thomas, red; Patsy Troxell, red; Darlene Smith, white; Myralee Garst, blue; Sarah Dorrell, blue; Rose- mary Taverner, red. One piece cotton dress, sen- iors, Sarah Dorrell, Frederick, champion; Kathy Huffer, blue; Susan Shisler, red; Ann Thomas, white; Patsy Troxell, red; Dar- lene Smith, white; Janet Powell, white; Dawn Brown, blue; Bon- nie Trump, white; Darlene Flook, white; Joann King, blue. Sleeping togs, Wilma Stevens, Apron, juniors, Jean Fry. Middletown Wide Kathy Huffer, Awakes, ion Haines. blue; champion; Joyce Morrison, red; red; Brenda Hahnj Sharon Stauffer, blue: Pat- Nicholson Family Dominates Fair Milking Shorthorn Class The George Nicholson family of Detour and the Earle E. Nicholson family of Ijamsville took most of the blue ribbons in the milking shorthorn class Wednesday at the Frederick Fair. George Nicholson showed the grand champion bull, any age and the senior champion bull over two years of age. Earle Nicholson exhibited the junior Champion bull under two years of age. Jerome Snyder of Clarksburg took second in the senior yearling heifer not in milk born between July and December, 1962, class and sixth place in the heifer calf born be- tween July and November, 1963, class. Junior champion female, un- der two years, was exhibited! by Carolyn Nicholson. Senior champion female, two years and over and the grand champion female, any age, was shown by Earle Nicholson. Earle and George Nicholson took six blue ribbons each with George copping nine second places. Blue ribbons for Earle included: heifer calf born af- June, 1960; senior get of sire; produce of dams, and dairy herd, with four cows that have freshened. Carolyn Nicholson copped three blue ribbons: bull, two years old and over and heifer calf born after July, 1963 and before November, 1963, and senior yearling heifer not in milk born between July and Decem- ber, 1962. THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland A4 Thurrtay. October 1. UM__________________ LOCAL MENTIONS Roger's Hat Oysters On The Half Shell, Fresh Oyster Sandwiches ft Oyster Stew Still Have Hardshell Crabs Roger's-N. Market St. Ext. NOTICE Regular classified, real estate, automotive, employment and other ads relative to classi- fied and classified dis- 'play will be found in the back of this news- paper. Card Of Thanks We wish to express our thanks U> Dr. Reynolds, Rev. Ashbury, Rev. Ross and Mrs. Brenda Lewis at the Telephone Co. for her courtesy. Also thanks to pallbearers and everyone who sent cards, flowers and oth- er acts of kindness for my hus- band and father, Robert N. Abrecht Sr. during his illness and death and also for the use of cars at the funeral. WIFE FAMILY LOCAL MENTIONS ABA Septic paircd And Installed Day Or Nuht Phone 473-8284 B. i W. DISPOSAL SERVICE Groond Burnt LJme Per Ton Delivered And Spread MOSER'S LIME PLANT Phone Middletown 42-J Paper Hanging Woodrow (Bill) Anderson Phone 663-5487 IN MEMORIAL Card Of Thanks We wish to thank Drs. Chase and Reynolds, the nurses, nurses aides and all on the stall of Frederick Memorial Hospital for the wonderful service and care during the illness and death of our mother, Mrs. Lucy Harbaugh. Also our thanks to the Hyattstown Vol. Ambulance. We also wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown at this time. Margaret H. Martin Pauline H. Wilcom For Spring Beauty Visit Treeland Now Select Your Spring Bulbs Tulips, Daffodils, Hyacinths And Crocus From Holland Madonna Lilies From France All Top Size And Ready For Delivery TREELAND NURSERIES, INC. 1 Mile West On Route 40 Phone 662-1141 Concrete Work Any Porches, Garages, Repair Old Sidewalks, New Sidewalks, Steps Patchwork, Basements, Any Floor, Also Repair Walls Retain Walls, Repair Old Steps Estimates Anytime 473-8331 GUSTIN C. BAUGHER In Memoriam Note Of Appreciation Having recently sold my busi- ness, I wish to thank all my Apples Grimes Golden Red Delicious FLANAGAN'S ORCHARD Thurmont 271-2775 Main Attraction Homemade Soup Homemade Pie Grand Champion Female, any Pam Weddle. white: Mary Kay Messer; maple Lawn' age. i Leatherman, i to consist sSdrarvvate Farm. RFD 2; of 4 cows that have freshened. Ridenour red; Teresa Roderick, ffit or plavciothes, Clem. I All to be owned by exhibitor. L white; Audrey BaUam, white; RFD 3: 8-Patricia Staley, RFD! Each exhibitor limited to one Susan J. Ahalt blue; Kamy g Flwk white Tailored JTs-Ricbard E. Ramsburg, Jeff- entry. Malligo. white; Phyllis WiveU. seniors Sarah erson: 10 C. Lester Dudrow. 1-Logwood Farms: 2-Alhe red: Charyl Lynn Patsy Troxell, red: Junior Yearling Heifer (not in Messer: 3-Russell S. Wachter white: Teresa Baker, red; Bren- pickett> red; Margle bora January 1, 1963 Best 3 females, any age aU da Van Sant, red: Dianne Garst, uniform, sen- bora January fey Evelyn Smlthj Joann King, blue. 1 lie Each exhibitor limited to one i Ifert, red; Charlotte Austin Huffer was cloth- i UToi-nforaf Stiill ter November 1 and over four loving memory of past patrons fo> their kindness At Trinity Methodist Ch. Stand months; junior yearling heifer our dear husband and father, in dealing with me. (Opposite Red Cross Building) not in milk born between Jan- Albert C. Harne, who passed1 i am now devoting full time, Frederick Fairgrounds uary and June, 1963; cow. three away Oct. 1, 1961. years old, born between July, wriahHv i rut- aJJU 1960 and June. 1961: cow. any As stars are shining brightly) COTtinuing association and age, judged on udder alone; Upon a silent grave, best three lemales, any age. all In it lies a Loved One as salesman for Key Chevrolet Sales Inc. and will appreciate bred and owned by We loved but could not save. and junior get of sire. God gave us strength to fight it Blue ribbons for George in-, And courage to bear the patronage. Warrenfeltz's Cities Service 1000 West Patrick Street Bernard (Lefty) Warrenfeltz eluded: bull, two years old and blow over; heifer, two years old. But what it meant to lose one so i born between July. 1961 and. June, 1962; cow, four years old. dear. Only God will ever know. E. 0. M. Specials From Henry's 8 Men's Ail-Weather Coats Septic Tank Cleaning NELSON TUCKER 663-9711 Ballet, Tap And Jazz Classes Now Forming At The EVELYN R. WHITE Studio Of The Dance Old Braddock, Fiederick. Md. For Information Telephone 473-8500 30W63- Smith III: "X A. Page: Robert Thurmont. Junior Get of 1-AUie Messer; Ruth 2-Logwood Dotterer, white: Gail Remsberg, "hite: M 6 Blue Ribbons For Peggy In Sheep Class born between July. 1959 and Sometimes it's hard to under- 14 Men's Sweaters 3.99 stand 22 Ladies' Bulky Sweaters 2.00 Why certain things must be, 14 Ladies' Pedal Pushers .88 But in His wisdom, God has 45 Better Dresses 3.00 planned 8 Men's Sport Coats 5.00 Beyond our power to see. [12 Children's Coats 8.99 Just when life was sweetest, H Children's Knit Pajamas 1.00 And he could have lived his 8 Baby Crawlers 1.00 19 Maternity Dress 2.00 2.99 Van Sant's Top In Suffolk Sheep Class Douglas C. Van Sant of RFD ,3. Frederick showed seven first 'places and Brenda Jean Van- i r rf nnPnpH'thp eates of Heaven 14 Ladies" Slacks Sets 2.9! j Sant. also RFD 3. showed two j HENRY'S 17-19 N. Market St. Oysters For The Best In Fresh Salt Water Oysters, Buy Them Loose At JOHNNY'S MARKET 630 N. Market St. in the Suffolk sheep classes at the Frederick Fair Wednesday. keepsake, i Douglas scored wins in the j whjch we navan following classes: lamb neveri part, L. Dudrow: Nicholson; 8-Russell S. Junior Champion Female, ier 2 years. George W. Sm Heifer 2 years-old, born July, L, 1961-June 30. 1962: I Ham Fried Chicken Sapper Family Style October O'Cloc1: MYERSVILLE FIRE HALL It's A "Dandy" Year For Hairdo's Our "Dandy" Hair Fashion Trends Recommended By ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON 306 N. Market 2-2471 of in the Montadale sheepitwo yearling ewes, two ewe 6 three ewe lambs under ing, We still have hearts. By HIS WIFE n ,-n you in our man; 9-Kevin L. Dudrow. WIIP- Snvder wnitC' Lie-1 iamrj iaiu, jcanmg Lrvu borah Zefle? whitKaren Dot- ewe, pen of three lamb ewes. ewe. and two ewe lambs. borah Zeiler. white. get 'J sire_four animaL; either! Brenda Jean placed first In Memoriam _In loving of PC Italian blue; Patty under thwarting ram. and lamb ewe j Theresa Rossi who pass-, wu i-. -i------ away five years sgo today, fjvjne roon Oct. 1, 1959. Apples Apples Jonathan. Grimes, Delicious QUYNN ORCHARDS _ Phone MO 3-3957 Public Sale .....____________ Tuesday, October 6, 1964 at, s P.M at 409 Magnolia Waste Paper. Iron, Metals, Avenue. Frederick. The under- gagSj Furnaces, Used signed will sell a lot of goodj plumbing. Hides Greases household furniture and person-1 FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY a1 property including a good 91310 chapel E. 4th St. __ T4. AM irirti ol T-V; _ 1 Ti rtno-1 Provincial dining Burrier, blue; Sandra Fry. blue. Barbara white; Laurie two, two yearling ewe Fruit pie. seniors, Dawn Herndon. white: Theresa lambs classes Brown. Walkersville Seniors, red: N-ancv Fry. blue; Judij Other places in the division Myra Jean H a h n. Beach, white; Wanda Black, j were: yearling ram, second Pleasant blue; Brenda whjte- Pamela Reed, red; Lana, place. Miss Krebs: lamb ram. i. blue: Linda Pickett. red; Black'. red. 'f.econd Place- Mf Krebs; year- Gail red; Ann Thorn- other skirt, juniors. Kathy Fay, mg ewe second place Doug- red. _. I Falkenstein, Hyersyille. cham-, afiA Ridge, two classes. 4-H Baked Goods The following ribbons we r e awarded in the 4-H baked goods division: cookies, juniors. Nan- cy Fry, Cloverettes. champion; Mary Schley. red; Nancy Car- roll, red; Christine HawdysheU, blue- Linda Ifert, red: Ruth D1UC, JJ1UV1B rr jailtit J-UWCJi, U1UC. ili 1CU. i------ T__ i i Dotterer. white; Deborah Zeiler Sandra Young, Murphy. red: Mary Schley, tine with another yearhng ewe ly entry, red: Judy Stup. red: Barbara T Rnrrier. white. Minor Ro-Uem' Smith of Rocky Ridge' cookies, seniors, gjj" i third place Krebs: lamb ewe ia white; Dianne Barbara Ausherman, second and third places, Krebs. sail, red; Darlene Smith, white; Carol Montgomery, Also exhibiting were Larry SJ3rSeTTy r ale'e I SSSe'gMrSrSnS, SmST ram, Valen- Frederick Fiar. His was the on- LQCAL MENT1ONS Union Wins Lamb Ewe Class Steven Spurrier of Union Bridge took first place in the lamb ewe class of the grade sheep division Wednesday at the Gene but ne'er to be forgot, While life and memory last; Is our tender, loving mother And the happy days long past. BY HER CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN ____0 room suites, refrigerator. bedroom furniture, etc. Lg. ad Sept. 26, Oct. 3. 5. REV. RALPH W. PRATT Auctioneer Clerk c. ,11 _-j. nailli. Willie. ultima phvUis Sall> butu white; Susan shisler, red; My- Troxell. red; Ann Ramey. Patsy CuL3r. red. uiane Garst, blue. Judy Fry, blue: Sylvia Harsh- blue; Janny Bowers. Yeast Batter Rolls, man red; Rhonda Baugher. san Sherald, Janices togie, Joann Ring Wue Margret Stull. red: Alarv Margaret Stu Muffins juniors. Teresa Rod- pam Roderuck. erick Middletown Wide-Awake. SDrjng red: Favne Dutrow. y Fry, red; Jean ewe Sd Debbie (Too Late For Classified Page) Sheetenhelm, RFD one lamb ewe WANTED red; Mary Margaret blue; Angela Creager. rr Fry, blue; Susan Lina Roderick, blue; Pam lue; Howardt red; Roderuck, white; Jean r i Kathy Dykstra, red; Joyce Mor- rison, white; Joann Morrison, r, -1U ...UUn. IlSUll, W111LC, JVfQlul blue; Sandy Sue Smith white, patg Miller> Wue; Kar. Susan Malligo, red; Anne Beachley blue; Ann Co r- Brd; white: Diana Loy, oiue blue; pam red; Joyce Morrison, blue: Betty Froxell, red; Judi Beach, red; patsy Miller, blue: Teresa Roderick, red; Susan Long, red; Lana Black, white; Heidi Dew- 3 blue; Pamela Reed, blue; red: Kathryn Martin, red; Opal Snyder, red; Sharon Cut- sail, white; Jackie Houck. red; Sandra Fry, blue; Nancy Fry, red. Girl Wins Six Places In Sheep Ethel Lee Hoffmeister of Point of Rocks won six pla c e s Wednesday in the Hamps hire sheep division at the Frederick Wanted-Good homes for 3 Kittens. One oure white Call 662-3433 FOR Ham Turkey Supper Sat.. Oct.3 4 P.M. until Kedysville E.U.B. Church Keedysville, Maryland Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Every Saturday Nite In Frederick Contact Box 664 Or Call MO 2-3160 Democrats Of Braddock Heights Precincts 1. 1A And IB j District 24 Doable Stamps Say These Words And Receive Double In Green Stamps For The Purchase Of Gasoline Lube. Oil, And Filter Every Wednesday Thursday FREDERICK CITY ESSO Patrick Bentz Street Dial MO 3-9321 Parts Service Washer-Dryer-Dishwasher Al' Popular Brands THEO. G. PROCTER 625 N. School Instrument Rentals STU'S MUSIC SHOP 18 Frederick Street Thurmont, Md. Delivery Backhoe Loader Service HENRY K. POSS Miauletown 341 For Sale-Stove, refrigerator, carriage Qeneral Meeting To Be Held In' Fire NOTICES If Yon Have A Good Hospitalization Need To Read Further NOTICE This "give notice that Teresa Baker, blue; Mary Kay Leatherman, white: Jeannette Murphy, blue; Kathy Fay Fal- kenstein, red; Sharon Fawley, j Teresa "Roderick', white: 'kathy Totebag, juniors. Sandy Sue I Fair. She was the only exhibi- on Smith, Monocacy Village, Cham- tar. i letters Testamentary on Joyce Morrison, red; Pam __dle, red; Mary Kay Leather- man, blue: Judy Stup, red; Linda Ifert, red; Elaine Rjta Harnett, blue; Pam Weddle, red; Sharon Crampton, red; Barbara Cut- gail, blue; Teresa Baker, blue; Cindy Martin, red; Mary Fran- ces Wenschhaf, red; Rhonda Baugher, blue; Mary Kay Lea- therman, blue; Jeannette Mur- ahy, red; Kathy Fay Falken- stein, white. Refrigerator cookies, seniors, Susan Smariga, Ann Thorn a s, Sandra Young, Joann King, ind Nancy Burrier, all white. White or yellow cake, juniors, Jenny Bowers, Walkersville Jun- ors, champion; Judy Fry, ilue- Sandy Sue Smith, blue, Diana Loy, blue; Joyce Mom- ion, blue; Teresa jlue; Susan Long, red: Carolyn Spring, blue; Patsy Miller, due- Ann Cornish, blue; Sharon Cutsail, red; Jane Dettbarm, Jeannette Murphy, white; Kathy Fay Falkenstein, red; Sylvia Harshman, blue; Kathy [fert, blue; Darlene Zimmer- nan, red; -Mary Alice Melvin, Linda Conaway, blue; Sally Stull, blue; Susan Shcrals, red; Urn Werking, blue; Janice le, blue; Mary Margaret i j Stull, blue; Nancy Fry, blue; Pam Roderuck, white. Baking powder biscuits, jun- ors, Beth Monroe, Myersville Helping Hands, champion; Judy r, blue; Joann Morrison, rhite; Betty Troxell, blue; Panda Black, red; Lana Black, ed; Pamela Reed, red; Mar- ha Goodwin, blue; Pam Wed- He, blue; Rhonda Baugher, due; Mary Kay Leathern a a, fee; Mary Schley, wbiU; Dar- blue; Jackie Houck. white; Car- olyn Cosgrave, blue. Chiffon cake, seniors, Janet Powell, Lewistown, champion; Linda Culler, blue; Kathy Huf- fer, white. Sponge or Angel Cake, seniors, Joann King, Bal- lenger, champion; Janet Pow- tll, blue; Darlene Smith, red; Linda Pickett, red; Darlene Flook, blue. 1 Chocolate cake, seniors, Ann Thomas, Frederick, champ i on, Gloria Axline, blue; Susan Shis- ler, white; Linda Pickett, red; Janet Powell, blue; Darlene Flook, white; Kathy Buffer, red. Yeast batter rolls, juniors, Wanda Black, blue. Bar cookies, juniors, Linda Conaway, Walkersville seniors, champion; Barbara Ausherman, blue; Jackie Houck, red; Dar- lene Zimmerman, white; Mary Alice Melvin, white; Carolyn Cosgrave, red; Dianne Garst, blue; Jenny Bowers, blue; Mary Margaret Stull, blue; Angela Creager, blue; Chastian Hobba, blue; Patsy Burrier, red; Nan- cy Fry, blue; Sandra Fry, blue; Pam Roderuck, blue. Bar cookies, juniors, Jean Fry, blue; Sandy Sue Smith, red; Anne Howard, red; Carol Salt, blue; Diana Loy, blue; Betty Troxell, blue; Teresa Poole, red; Kathy Cut- sail, white; Judi Beack, red; Wanda Black, red; Una Black, blue; Pamela Reed, blue; Mar- sha Goodwin, red; Karen Beach- ley, blue; Aim Cornish, red; Sharon Crampton, white; Tere- sa Baker, red; Jane Dettbarn, red; Kathryn Martin, blue; Rhonda Baugher, blue; Mary Garst bue; Mary Margaret Stull, blue; Cindy Mar- tin, white; Karen Dotterer, white; Laurie- Herndon, white; Dotty Herndon, red; Ruth Dot- terer, white; Linda Conaway, blue; Sandra Fry, red; Pamela Reed, blue. Blouse or weskit, juniors, Nan- cy Fry, Cloyerettes. champion; Joann Morrison, white; Diana Loy, blue; Mary Kay Leather- man, blue; Barbara Ausherman, white; CoUette Orlando, white; Jeannette Murphy, red; Patsy Miller, red; Teresa Roderick, white; Sharon Fawley, white; Patty Wagner, white; Judy Fry, red; Sylvia Harshman, red; Kathy Fay Falkenstein, blue; Susan Setters, white; Carol Ma- son, red; Mary Margaret Stull, blue; Pam Roderick, red; Fayne Dutrow, red; Kathryn Martin, red; Sharon Cutsail, white; Jackie Houck, blue; Sandra Fry, blue; Wanda Black, white; Su- san Long, white. One or two piece cotton dress, juniors, Mary Kay Lea- therman, Frederick, champion; Carol Salt, white; Joann Morri- son, red; CoUette Orlando, white; Sandy Sue Smith, blue; Joann Ridenour, red; Jeanette Murphy, red; Nancy Carroll, white; Patty Wagner, white; Schley, white; Christine Haw- dyshell, blue; Sharon Fawley, red; Sylvia Harshman, blue; Kathy Ifert, blue; Janice Dot- terer, red; Elaine Hevner, red; Ellen Hevner, red; Deborah Zeiler, blue. Mrs. Marvin Stambaugh WM VB tor lei ici a vnST Her lamb ram placed first in j late of Frederick county, that class, she won first and! second-place in the yearling ewe division, first and second in the lamb ewe class and her entry won first place in the flock- one ram under two, two year- ling ewes, two ewe lambs. Reorganization Of District Officers, Selection Of Chairman For Each Precinct !Urge All Interested Democrats If You Do Not Have A Sound 'Living In District 24 To Attend! Plan To Pay Hospital Bills And H t_ rnitAM Chilled Daily Applo Butter Jellies Preserves Apples Barrels And Kegs Open Daily 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday Closed Sundays Holidays Sept.. Oct., Nov., Dec. Same Location For 25 Years McCutcheon Apple Products SOUTH WISNER STREET Telephone 662-3261 Duo Wins 14 Times In Shropshire Class Robin and Timothy Beall of Germantown, won fourteen plac- es in the Shropshire division Wednesday at the Frederick Fair. Timothy won first place and Robin second in the lamb ram class, Robin took first and sec- ond and Timothy third place in the yearling ewe class, Timothy copped first and third and Robin second in the lamb ewe class, Timothy took first place in the pen of three lamb ewe class, and in the flock one ram under two, two yearling ewes, two ewe lambs class, Timothy copped first place and Robin second. the "vouches thereof, legally nticated, to the sutecnber. on or York Men Leaders In Dorset Sheep Class Harry P. Sigler and Son of York, Pa. won 15 top honors in the Dorset sheep division at the fair Wednesday. They were the only exhibitors. The Siglers won first two places in the yearling ram class, the first three in the lamb ram class, had the best peri of three lambs, first three yearling ewes, first three lamb ewes, best pen of three lamb ewes, best get of sire, and best flock one ram under two, two yearling ewes, two lambs. KM. 30th d8y o, MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK Executor True Copy-Test: M Register of Wills for Frecencfc County, Md. Oct 1, JB.J.5' 22, 29 ____ EXECUTORS' NOTICE This is to give notice that the sub- scribers have obtained from the Orphans Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of LEO STEPHEN RYAN, late of Frederick County, Maryland, De- ceased. AH persons having claims against the deceased are warned t. exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers on or before the 4th day of April, i next, they may otherwise by aw Je excluded from all benefit ot said state. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate vayment. Given under our hands this 30th day STOTTLEMYER, AND MARORIE PERRY, Executors' W. JEROME OFFUTT, Agent and Attorney RALPH L. GASTLEY, Jr. Attorney True Register cf Wills for Frederick County, Md. Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. Authority Oi Frederick Co. Central Committee ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE This is to notice that the sob- has ouiai.ied from the Orphans Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration an tht estate of ANNA LEE JONES late of Frederick County, Maryland, De- ceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 4th day of April, next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all beliefit of said estate. Those Indebted fo the deceased are desirtd to make immediate payment Given under my hand 30th day of THOMAS, SR. Agent M. Regular Wllli tor i, ft if, a. Frederick County, AM Brunswick Horse Show SUNDAY, OCT. A.M. Silver Bit Riding Club Grounds Adjoining The Petersville Farmers' Woods 24 Classes Of Ponies Horses Surgeons Fees. Then This Is For You! Policy Pays Up To Per To 100 Days, Each Time In The Hospital Also Pays Up To For X-Rays, Anethesia, Operating Room, Laboratory, Drugs Dressings, Ambulance, Etc. 19S4 Sunday Dinners Fried Chicken Country Ham Oct. 11, Nov. 1, Dec. 6 WOODSBORO FIRE HALL Family To 5 P.M. Adults We Insure MeD Women Up Children Under 12-75c TQ The Age Q{ 75> We Dessert Included _ j Havg A Flat Rate For Families, Pays Up To For Operations. Guaranteed Renewable For Life. Ben.: Woodsboro Vol. Fire Co. Jr. Fire Co. Ladies Cafeteria Supper JUNIOR FIRE HALL Monday, Oct. 5th-6 P.M. Members Bring White Elephant Guests Invited Rummage Sale SCOUT TROOP 1054 Evangelical Reformed Church 11-13 W. Church St. Saturday, Oct. A.M. Until Night Trap Shoot October To 11 TUSCARORA GUN CLUB Free State R.B.A. Rabbit Show SUNDAY, OCT. 4-12 NOON Veg. Bldg., Howard Co. Fair Grounds Call Or Write Mina Uebel Yeagerstown Rd., Rt. 1, Mt. Airy Notice! VERNON W. NICODEMUS CO. Monrovia, Md. Will Discontinue Operation October 17, 1964 This Action Is Necessary To Settle The Estate Of Mrs. Emma B. Nicodemus, Dectaitd Regardless Of Number Of Children No Physical Examination At Any Age. Monthly Rate For The Above Benefks Only (Men To Age 65) For Information Call JOHN D. (JACK) SHORROW Monument 2-5525 P.M. 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