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News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1996, Frederick, Maryland THE NEWS, FREDERICK, MD., SATURDAY, JUNE B-5 New phone system The National Museum of Civil War Medicine has a new phone system donated by Softrac America Inc. of Frederick. From the left are Bob Kallstrom, Softrac America CEO; Burton Kummerow, museum director; Marie Sorcher, Raymond Jones, Laura Mumm, Amy Masonis, JaNeen Smith and Margaret Conelley. Donation Gross family reunion held The 42nd annual reunion of descendants of Josiah and Alice Gross was held Sunday, May 19 at the home of Paul and Hilda Smith in Petersville. Historian Doris If ert gathered each generation for a family picture. Officers will remain the same except for the newly elected secretary, Sandra Tobery. The results of the guessing games were: cantaloupe, Don Sanders; candy losses, Sammy Jaharias; peanuts, Hilda Smith; shelled pea- nuts, Don Sanders. Prizes were awarded to: person with the most colors in clothing, David Ifert; female over 18 with the most recent hair coloring, Lorraine Ferrell; person with driver's license closest to expiring, Sharon Morgan; person who received most recent traffic violation, Don Sanders; person with most one-dollar bills, Bob Speaks; person most recently starting a new job, Sherry Reuter; person with most broken bones, Dick Morgan; oldest person, Paul Smith; youngest person, Morgan Jones. Door prizes of each were won by Sue Minnick, Georgia Smith, Pixie Ahalt, Ben Ahalt, Bob Jaharias, Steve Minnick, George Morrison, Bob Speaks, Debbie Ferrell and David Ifert. In attendance were Nancy Piper, Debbie Ferrell, Lorraine Ferrell, Sue Ann and Steve Minnick, Billy Joe Ferrell and Crystal Brandenburg, Paul and Hilda Smith, Don, Roben and Adam Sanders, Georgia and Albert Smith, Bob and Grace Speak, David and Doris Ifert, Richard, Sharon, Sharon K. and Christina Morgan, Sherry Reuter, Corey Burda and Morgan Jones, Ashley Toboy, Alice Baker, Robert and Samaria Jaharias, Charles and Sandra Tobery, Amos and Helen Ahalt, Ronnie and Pixie Ahalt and Ben and Louise Ahalt. Nursing class Northampton Manor Inc. recently graduated a geriatric nursing assistant class. From left are Norma Schad, instructor; Melissa Young, Stephanie Testerman, Lisa Stull, Louis Vogel III, administrator; Jamie Weedon, Carolyn Barbeito, Rob Atkinson, Amanda Eaves, Pam Hearn, Betty Richter, instructor; Jennifer Myers, Stacy Thomas and Gina Williams. During the April 19 fund-raiser for the National Museum of Civil War Medicine hosted by the Frederick County Medical Society, Mehry Reid of the Alliance to the Med-Chi Faculty of Maryland, presented Burton Kummerow, museum director, with a check for The donation will be used for museum development. From I I eti left are Dr. John Vitarello, president of the Frederick County LWUJI Medical Society; Rep. Roscoe Bartlett; Dr. Lilly, Med-Chi president; the Rev. Maurice Moore of Asbury Methodist Church; Mr. Kummerow; and Mrs. Reid. receive degrees The following students were awarded degrees by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Maria Bucheimer of Middletown, received a master of fine arts degree, majoring in drama. Victoria Daher of Frederick, received a bachelor of arts, major- ing in speech communication. Nursing class Twenty students from the Fundamentals of Nursing Class recently completed course requirements at the Frederick Career and Technology Center. 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