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COMING EVENTS Sept. 21 Baked chicken supper, benefit Montgomery Church, Clagettsville at 4 p. m. Sept. 22 Chevy Chase fall horse show, East - West Highway, across from Meadowbrook Stables at 10 a. m. Sept. 21 Old Time Democratic Rally, Washington Grove, 8 p. m- Sept. 24 Humorous play and music, Omdorff Hall, Brooke ville. Sponsored by Mt. Carmel, Brookeville and Clarksville churches at 7:45 p. m. Sept. 26 Fried chicken and coun try ham supper by Ladies Aid of Colesville Methodist Church, starting at 4 p. m. Sept. 27 Dance, sponsored by United Young Mens’ Democratic Club, Manor Club. Nov. 1— Benefit dance - ballroom Indian Spring Club, sponsored by Montgomery County Public Health Ley Council - 10 ’til. Oct. 1-4 Fifth Poultry Indus tries Exposition sponsored by Northeastern Poultry Producers Council, Atlantic City auditor v ium, Atlantic City, N. J. Oct. 5 Oyster supper at Wood field Hall by Ladies Aid of Wes ley Grove Church, 4 p. m. Oct. 11 Card party, benefit St. Martin’s Guild, Gaithersburg, at the home of Mrs. E. P. Schwartz at 8 p. m. Sat, Oct. 19, Bp. m. Card party for benefit of the Gaithersburg Library Association will be held in Gaithersburg High School. Oct. 29 to Nov. 1— Baltimore Food Show and Special Consum ers’ poultry products exhibit staged by Maryland State Poul try Council with the University of Maryland and State Fair Board cooperating, Fifth Regi ment Armory, Baltimore. Show sponsored by Independent Retail Grocers Association of Maryland. AATTT n THEATRE MILU Rockville, Md. Phone 191 “AIR CONDITIONED” TOUR FBIXNDLT family thrates Direction of SIDNEY LUST EARLE S. DORRELLE. Mir. PROGRAM, Week of Sept. 21 Saturday, Sept. 21 DOUBLE FEATURE DENNIS MORGAN In “TEAR GAS SQUAD” I MESQUITEERS in Rocky Mountain Rangers Chapter I—"Drnme Of Fn Menchn" Sun. and Mon., Sept. 22-23 ANN SOTHERN and LEE BOWMAN in “GOLD RUSH MAISIE” Tues. and Wed., Sept. 24 - 25 GEORGE RAFT in “House Across the Bay” Thun, and Fri., Sept. 26-27 ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON Pappy and the Boys Heard eeer radio station WOL Wnahlncton and WFMD Frederick - well known in Montgomery Cennty AND ON OUB SCREEN MAUREEN O’HARA and ADOLPHE MEN JO (7 in “Bill of Divorcement” Announcement I have joined the Sales force of Rockville Motor Co., and can supply you with new FORDS or a GOOD USED CAR. CALL ROCKVILLE 7-F-4 or see me at the show room. JOHN McC. CARTER, Rockville, Md. FOR SALE - 34 ACRES Located on the Potomac - Rockville Pike, near the Normandy Farm’s Tea House. Ideally situated to subdivide into smaller sites, as it has long frontage on both the State and County road. To close trusteeship am offering as a whole at only S4OO. per acre. Will consider selling 5-10 acre tracts at a slight increase per acre. GEORGE R. DICKSON 1314 HOLLY STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C. Phon- evenings. RECEIVES HYDE TROPHY I' I &' /■* V : ' j Eti*jdn WbjM '< ’ ’’ • Hrifirwnifr~ *’• ' *54 ; Jpg Mercer Fadley astride Skippy, receiving the Thomas Hyde cup from committee chairman J. J. Hutton for winning the junior Hunter class at the Annual Horse Show, Saturday, at Olney. A gathering of 2,000 horse enthusiasts watched the largest show on record, stated Secretary Robert H. Miller, Jr. The results follow: Draft mares, Huffman Brothers; purebred foals, Monocacy Farms; grade foals, Howard Streaker; Purebred year ling, C. A. Eaves; grade yearling, Lee Counsel man; 2 year stallion, Frank N. Stauffer; 2 year mare and geldings, Frank Stauffer; aged draft stallion, Eli Leishear; 4-H breeding, Paul Ber ger; 6 horse team, Merhle King; driving contest six horses, Ralph Leishear; light 4 horse. Miller Leishear; heavy 4 horse, Howard Streaker; MARRIAGE LICENSES Clayton M. Brewer, 54, Takoma Park, to Flora E. Heidel, 38, Ta koma Park. Howard K. Stettmeier, 30, Balti more, to Olva T. Sterling, 30, Bal timore. William W. Shumaker, 43, Wash ington, to Lorena M. Gawler, 43, Silver Spring. William B. Scott, 28, Takoma Park, to Katherine L. Michael, 19, Takoma Park. Paul W. Bonavriea, 21, Washing ton, to Mildred L. Morris, 22, Glen Echo Heights. Howard W. Coonan, 32, Cham plain, N. Y., to Viola E. Coonan, 33, Silver Spring. W. LeLßoy Miles, 36, Fairland, to Doris Mae Mills, 21, Darnes town. Francis E. Smith, Jr., 25, Riviera Beach, to Emma L. Manning, 26, Silver Spring. Arthur D. Wetmore, 20, Takoma Park, to Grace L. Stauffer, 20, Takoma Park. Richard Allen Duvall, 21, Rock ville, to Charlene W. Graddick, 22, Chevy Chase. Albert J. Cissel, Jr., 21, Darnes town, to Elizabeth C. Schaeffer, 20, Seneca. Francis T. Sauker, 26, Mt. Rain ier, to Frances M. Hartzfeld, 23, Woodridge Station. William B. Mann, 52, Baltimore, to Rose F. Rothenhoefer, 29, Bal timore. Charles F. Sims, 36, Gaithers burg, to Sylvia A. Mills, 26, Rock ville. George J. Merrick, 38, Washing ton, to Marion E. Thiel, 36, Ta koma Park. driving 4 horse, Abe Bennett; light 2 horse, Russell Priebe; heavy 2 horse, Walter Brown, Jr.; mules, Arylan Farm; light breeding classes, foals, Weston Ackman; yearlings, Roy Blunt; 2 year old, James Edelblut; stallion, Ray Nor ton; pony class: Kippy, Billy Harris; Little Spring Hope, Donny Armiger; Half Moon, Peggy Jones; Pony Harness: Gardner, North End Rid ing Academy, driven by Ralph Kirk; open sad dle, hunter hack, hunter and ladies hunter, Recall, owned by Charles Carrico; junior hunter, Skippy, Mercer Fadley; local hunter, Dan’s Rode Sand, owned by Florence Fitzgerald, rid den by Joyce Reily; pair hunters, Reporter, Albert Stabler and Cody, Sligo Stables, ridden by Bill Stevens; handy hunter, Isolde, Charles Carrico; touch and out, Cody, Sligo Stables, ridden by Bill Stevens. - SPORTS - Reed Bros. To Play All - Star Team Grand finale of the Rockville Softball League is scheduled for I Friday night, September 20, at 8 o’clock when an all-league, all-star team will be pitted against Reed Brothers, winners of both halves of the 1940 schedule. The all-star team has been se lected from the 9 teams which with Reed Brothers make up the 10 team league. Reed Brothers won the first half of the schedule in July when they beat the Law yers 4-3. During the second half the Reed Brothers team has not been headed, going on to win without defeat The managers of the various teams, together with league offi cers, have selected the all-star team which will be managed by Paul Wire and coached by Kress Bride and Joe Henderson. The all-stars are well nigh air tight on the defense and Friday night will tell whether or not they can get to the left hand slants of Pitcher Price with their bats. Price has been the outstanding pitcher in the league and his left handed fire ball is generally con sidered to have been the key to Reed’s success. The all-stars have a capable staff with three pitchers who should go well with good support. The probable lineup for the two teams will be as follows: ALL STARS Patsy Coleman, Business Men, left field; Harry Beane, Firemen, shortstop; Eddie Johnson, Law yers, first base; Booty Wilson, Firemen, right field; Bond, Mar ines, second base; Oliver Smith, Business Men, center field; Elmer Hutchinson, Firemen, third base; Paul Wire, Business Men, catcher; Bill Bouic, Lawyers, short fielder; Matthews, Lawyers, pitcher. Utility Men— Sonny Dawson, Sully Mills, Pete Thompson, Earl Edwards, Val Wilson, Fred Lan ier, Vernon Connelly. REED BROTHERS Tommy Ray, center field; Boots Walker, second base; Stuff How ard, catcher; Bill Hutchinson, shortstop; Buster Day, third base; Merhle Miller, left field; B. Orri son, short field; Bucky Andrews, first base; West Briggs, right field; Price, pitcher. The umpires will be Abbie Clark and one of his able assistants. A small admission charge will be made. TEAM STANDING First Series Won Loat Reed Brothers 9 2 Lawyers 8 8 Firemen 7 3 Business Men 7 3 Marines 4 5 Philgaa 4 5 Pepco 3 6 Boys Club 2 7 MONTGOMERY COUNTY SENTINEL Pappy And His Boys At Milo Theatre Patrons of Sidney Lust’s Milo Theatre will be treated to some of the peppiest and most entertain ing hillbilly music of the season on Thursday and Friday, Sep tember 26 - 27, when Manager Earle Dorrelle presents Pappy and His Boys to local theatre fans. Comedy will be a highlight of this performance. Pappy’s aggre gation of tune-twisters need no introduction to residents of Mont gomery County.- They have been starred on WFMD, Frederick, and WOL, Washington for many months. They also are the fea ture attraction at the Capitol Barn Dance, in Alexandria, Va. During this engagement, the Milo screen will offer “A Bill of Divorcement,” with Maureen O’Hara and Adolphe Menjou. Cream Cheese Offers Variation To Pie Crust Here is just one of many vari ations that a housewife can make ,in her pies via the crust. A poor crust can ruin a pie, as we all know, so for bigger and better crusts we offer; CREAM CHEESE PIE CRUST 3-ounce package cream cheese *4 cup shortening 1 cup flour Cut the shortening and cheese into the flour, using two knives or a pastry blender. Blend until mixture holds together. Roll out on a lightly floured board and use for lining pie pan or making tarts. If not used immediately, wrap in waxed paper and chill until ready to use. Bake in a hot oven (450" F.) This crust may be used for a large pie, shell or tarts. It is delicious for fruit pies or cooked cream fillings. The small tarts may be filled with jams or jellies. Spain’s Government publications have been named Red Books. St. Mary’s 2 7 Rockmont 2 7 Second Series Reed Brothers.... 8 0 Business Men 5 2 Boys dub 4 2 Firemen 4 3 Pepco 4 8 St Mary's 4 4 Lawyers 8 4 1 Philgas 2 4 Marines 1 5 Rockmont 0 8 ★ ★ ★ Post Season Games Proposed With Rockville Baseball Team Spectator interest and player demand in all probability will bring a post season novelty 3-game series between" the Rockville Base ball Club, managed by Roger Bean and the softball champions, Reed Brothers, managed by Bud Beall. The proposed games to be played on lighted Welsh field and, ac cording to Paul Wire, league pres ident, should be hotly contested. AAA Materials Available For Improving Md. Soil Agricultural conservation ma terials for use under the 1941 AAA farm program which began in Maryland on September 1 are now available to farmers participating in the program. Farmers may ij>rder these materials at the county AAA office immediately for use this fall in carrying out soil build ing practices, according to R. O. Stelzer, who is in charge of AAA work in Maryland. The materials now available in clude ground limestone and super phosphate. They are supplied in place of cash conservation pay ments to farmers who participate in the farm program. Farmers may use them in carrying out ap proved AAA soil building prac tices. The furnishing of conservation materials through the AAA farm program has enabled farmers to greatly expand the use of soil building practices on land especial ly in need of them, Mr. Stelzer said. Maryland extension agrono mists have emphasized the value to farmers of having limestone and phosphate in their soil building programs. They urge that farm- PUBLIC SALE Discontinuing farming I will sell Valuable Stock and Farm Machinery, on the Wm. B. Allnutt Farm, located on Route 28, on the Dawsonville - Darnestown road, one-half mile east oi Dawsonville, Md., on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1940 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O’CLOCK A. M. 9 HEAD OF HORSES ONE PURE BRED STALLION, 6-years old, Haxton second 214977, sired by Haxton grand son Lad and Dragon dam Manvitte daughter of Seducteur; ONE GRAY MARE. 11-years old, good leader; ONE GRAY HORSE, 10-years old, good leader; 2 BLACK HORSES, 5-years old, work anywhere hitched; ONE GRAY MARE, •fvyears old, in foal, strap mare; ONE GRAY HORSE, 4-years old, works anywhere hitched; ONE GRAY MARE COLT, 2-years old; ONE GOOD HORSE COLT, 1-year old. This is a fine lot of horses and they are worthy of attention. 24 HEAD OF CATTLE SEVEN HEAD OF GOOD MILK COWS, 8 HEAD' OF MILK HEIFERS. Guernseys and Holsteina; 17 HEAD OF GOOD HEREFORD HEIFERS, some bred to pure bred Hereford Bull; One Hereford Cow with calf by her side; 2 Pure Bred Angus Heifers bred to pure bred Bull; 5 Durham Cows, 2 with calves by their side; 3 Steers, 1 Pure Bred ANGUS BULL The cattle are all T. B. and Blood Tested. 23 HEAD OF HOGS FOUR BROOD SOWS, will farrow by day of sale. 18 SHOATS. FARM MACHINERY One McCormick Binder, 8-foot cut; 1 Dee ring Mower, 1 Thomas Grain Drill, 11 disk, auto matic lift; 1 John Deere Corn Planter, fertilizer attachment; 2 walking cultivators, 1 corn har row, 1 single shovel plow, 1 double shovel plow, 1 farm wagon and hay frames, 1 pair Fairbanks Platform Scales, single, double and trebble trees, jockey sticks, forks, shovels, digging irons. HARNESS—Two sets of Breechbands, 6 sets of plow gears, 6 bridles, 6 collars, 1 wagon saddle, one 6-horse wagon line. One DeLaval Separator No. 11, Some Hay and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS:—CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Luncheon will be served. ROBERT HOPE C. PRESTON ENGLE, Auctioneer, Charles Town, W. Va. ♦ new ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH JL i * Road Tested for MILEAGE... JaUA/m PICKUP...AHTimCK...POm • Thoproof of a gotolhio bln tho drlvlngl That b why oo many motorists oo corohiKy followod Attended Florida Rood Ttat whom a Root of low pricod stock cars oach trovobd approadimtoly IMt mMos a day... at on averago speed of M mtfss an hour ■ ■ ■ until oach ana had pllod up more than 100,000 ml lot of go to II no tostlngl a Tho facts from that tost are tho ■oaoon moto than a million motorists use now Atlantic Whlto Flash PLUS ! Briny your car In for a tankful today. CASH 2c discount FROM REGULAR PRICES , Rockville Motor Co. COMMERCE LANE Phone: ROCKVILLE 88 "YOUR ATLANTIC DBALBR" I ers seed all their cultivated acres to a winter cover crop this fall to protect the soil from erosion and leaching. Farmers of Maryland who parti cipated in the 1940 AAA farm pro gram obtained and used a total of 169 tons of concentrated super phosphate, 533 tons of 20 per cent super phosphate, and 11,568 tons of lime through the agricultural conservation materials program. Postal savings deposits in Japan jumped $2,721,000 in 11 days re cently. - PUBLIC SALE - The undersigned will sell the following valuable LIVESTOO on my farm, two miles south of Ridgeville on the Washington Pifc near Clagettsville, one quarter of a mile off the State Road THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1940 - At 12 o’clock noon, 35 head of Excellent Dairy Cattle, 25 will be fresh by day 0 sale, Holsteins, Jerseys, Guernseys, some pure bred Ayrshire, als 2 Holstein bulls and 3 Heifers. 15 head of Hogs. TERMS OF SALE-CASH. DEWEY BROWN, Owner. EDGAR WARFIELD, Auctioneer. Thursday, September 19, 194 ft Arrange frankfurters in a sh low pan, pour on canned tomato, season with salt, pepper and cho ped onions. Bake in a hot ovi (about 400° F.) until frankfurte pop open and tomatoes are cook down. Serve on a hot platter. Do not beat the egg whites t a cake until ready to use thei The air escapes very easily fro beaten egg whites, and it is imp 0 sible to beat the whites after oni the air has escaped from thei Beat the whites until they are sti enough to hold up in peaks but n< dry. Beateh egg whites should 1 folded in rather than beaten This helps to keep the air in.