Frederick Community College - Argus Yearbook (Frederick, MD)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1967 volume:
Class of '67
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In Greek mythology, Argus, whose name means "vigi-
lant guardian," was the son of Arestor. He was a giant of
renowned strength. He had killed a bull which was ravaging
Arcadia and had slain Echidna, daughter of Tartarus and
Gaea. Argus had one hundred eyes. Fifty eyes remained
open While the other fifty were closed in sleep. He was said
to be "all seeing."
Io the sister of Phoioneus was the goddess Hera. Zeus
fell in love with Io. In 01 dei to quell his Wife Heia s suspi-
cions Zeus changed Io into a White heifer. Heia pretended
to be deceived and asked him for the heifer as a gift and
placed the animal in the caie of A1 wus.
Zeus ordei ed Helmes to set Io fi ee. Hermes with the
sound of his flute lulled Argus to sleep and cut off his head.
lo honor Argus who served her Hera distributed his eyes
over the tail of her favorite bird the peacock.
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This being the first, of what we hope to be a long line of yearbooks,
We would like to dedicate "our book" to President Svveadner for his brilliant
service as our college leader for the past ten years. We would like especially
to recognize him for the y-ear past, 1966-'67,
Duval W. Sweudner
A.B., M.Ed., Western Maryland College
Duval W. Sweadner was appointed the first president of the Frederick
Community College in the summer of 1957 - several months prior to the
opening of the college in September and has continued in the position for
the past ten years.
Mr. Sweadner was born and reared in Frederick County and has served
in the Frederick County public school system as teacher, principal, super-
visor, and college administrator for thirty years. He holds both a A.B. and
a M.Ed. degree from Weste1'n Maryland College and has had additional
Work at The Johns Hopkins University and Teachers College, Columbia
University. At the end of the current academic year, his resignation as
President of the college will become effective and he will assume his new
duties as Director of Admissions.
Mr. Sweadner is married and lives in Libertytown. He and Mrs. Swead-
ner are the parents of four children.
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Dr. Dorothy Elliott
Second, We of the ARGUS staff Wish to make a special
dedication to a special person - Dr. Dorothy Elliott. Dr.
Elliott, Who agreed to be the first faculty advisor of our
Argus, has Won a special place in our hearts and in our
thoughts. To us, she was the spark that lit the candle. She
has fought many battles on behalf of the yearbook and its
staff. We believe she was one responsible for keeping alive
the book and stimulating student interest. To Dr. Elliott
W-e owe our gratitude and faith. Gratitude for having given
us the initiative to work hard for a success, and for being
a responsible advisor. Our faith is for students who will
follow, for We are sure they too will find Dr. Elliott a re-
warding individual. We express our deep appreciation to
you Dr. Elliott by the dedication of the first ARGUS, for
having helped make possible its success. The 1966-'67 staff
thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Lewis W. Stephens
Dean of Instruction
B.S., M.Ed., The Johns Hopkins University
Ed.D., University of Maryland
Lewis W. Stephens assumed his duties as Dean of In-
struction on July 1, 1966 and at the beginning of the 1967-
68 academic year he will succeed Mr. Sweadner who resigned
as the chief administrator of the college.
Dr. Stephens was born and reared in Baltimore County.
I-Ie holds both a B.S. and a M.Ed. degree from the Johns
Hopkins University and a D. Ed. from the University of
Before coming to Frederick Community College, Dr.
Stephens was associated with lV1cDonogh School as a teacher,
counselor, and administrator for a period of fifteen years.
During World War II he served two years with the U. S. Air
Force in the South Pacific. He has also served as a life in-
surance underwriter in the sales field.
Dr. Stephens, his wife, and two children live in Eastview.
Charles L. Righfer
Director of Student Personnel
A.B , Fairmount State
M.A., George Peabody College
Ed.D., West Virginia University
Emily A. Pu
Mrs. Payne retired June 30
We'ZZ miss her!
A.B., Hood College
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FREDERICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
The Frederick Community College was founded in 1957.
Temporary facilities for the first college were made available at the Frederick High
School where college was conducted as an evening school. In the first year ninety-one
students were enrolled. A total of nearly five hundred day and evening students were
enrolled in the fall of 1966.
At present the Frederick Community College is located in its own facility in downtown
Frederick. This is another temporary expansion. A new campus is being planned on one
hundred ten acres of land on the outskirts of the city. Present plans call for the opening
date of this new plant not later than September 1970.
It is believed that the future of our
country rests upon the development of the
capacities of its people, both for self-reali-
zation and for the common good. As our
modern American society becomes more
complex and sophisticated, the need for
education beyond the high school becomes
a responsibility for the vast majority of
To meet this increasing educational
need at the college level, the College, a
community facility, gears its program to
satisfy the demands for Frederick County
residents. The College doors are open to
everyone who aspires to any degree of
college education if the entrance require-
ments are met.
Frederick Community College is an in-
stitution where students can evaluate their
ability and at the same time explore their
Held of academic and occupational interest.
To carry forth this state philosophy,
the Frederick Community College aims to
provide educational experiences which help
1. appraise realistically their goals,
achievements, and behavior.
2. expand their knowledge and un-
derstanding of the world about
3. practice ethical behavior based
on moral and spiritual values.
4. prepare for adult responsibilities
as citizens and as members of
family and community groups.
5. develop skills and techniques use-
ful for further academic study,
occupational proficiency, and
more satisfying living.
To attain these objectives the Fred-
erick Community College provides three
broad educational programs:
1. The Arts and Sciences and pre-
professional education for students
who intend to transfer to bacca-
laureate programs in four-y-ear
colleges and universities.
2. General and occupational educa-
tion for students who wish to
study at this level but who do not
intend to continue their education
beyond the two-year post-high
3. Courses to assist students of all
ages, iterests, and abilities to im-
prove occupational skills or en-
hancc personal development.
A majority of the courses are offered
at the College's temporary facilities located
at 520 North Market Street in Frederick.
This recently renovated building includes
classrooms, administrative ofiices, library,
student lounge and food center, and faculty
Classes in business education, natural
science, and physical education are held at
the new Governor Thomas Johnson High
School in Frederick. This facility, regard-
ed as one of the largest and most mod-ern
educational facilities in the state, is design-
ed to accomodate the high level courses
offered by the Community College.
The College expects to occupy its new
110 acre campus before September 1970.
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Ronald Lee Albaugh
'Ron' . . . "Thinks he is the school's
tennis champ" . . . Spends much time
on tennis counts and in the halls of
F.C.C. 1 . . Believes F.C.C. needs a
place for a fellow to go in his spare
time . . . Needs better social life and
athletic program . . . Tennis, Student
Council, Vice President - Sophomore
Class . . . Future - Towson and Bio-
Susan Elizabeth Dodd
Susan . . . pretty hair . . . spends
free time playing tennis . . ' Dislikes
- poor teachers . . . Library Anns,
Yearbook Bake Sale and Car Wash
. . . Future - Towson
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Sally Elaine Dodd
Sally . . . Short and friendly . . .
Spends free time with 'Gary' . . .
Feels F.C.C. provides many opportu-
nities for students and teachers . . .
Pet Peeves - Honor system and
lack of school spirit . . . Library
Anns, Assistant Librarian, Newspa-
per . . . Future - Towson State Col-
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Robert Gordon Fritz
'Bob' . . . Has a nasty habit but is
well on his way to permanent cure
. . . Spends most of time at home or
halls of F.C.C .... Likes atmosphere
of F.C.C. inter space . . . Student
Council President, A11 social func-
tions . . . Future - Biological Sci-
John David Fox
'Dave' . . . Social Darwinist . . .
Spends free time on scholarly pur-
suits . . . likes the atmosphere of
intellectuallist . . . plays chess . . .
Future - Mt. St. Mary's
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Frederick Stanley Fuhrmon
'Freddy' . . . A lot of laughs . . . A
'barrel' of fun and 'beer' . . . 'Soul
City's father . . . Pet Peeve - Cherry
bombs . . . Future - who knows?
.Iohn Murray Goodman
John . . . Has a pleasant egotistical
air. . .enjoys rattling the administra-
tion . . . Then there's the cute 'filly'
. . . Newspaper staff . . . Future -
Mary Martha Hall
Mary . . . red wax ring on left hand
. . . Says F.C.C is "great" . . . Student
Council, Sophomore Class Secretary,
SCOPE, Library Anns . . , Future -
Atlantic Christian and 2nd Grade
Teacher - Cwe bet the altar comes
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Merle Lee Guyton
Merle . . . Calm and collected . . .
Bike riding and Woodworking oc-
cupies spare time . . . F.C.C. gives
individual attention for students . . .
Married, has two daughters, employ-
ed by Potomac Edison . . . Future -
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'Penny' . . . Sweet blonde with match-
ing personality . . . never stops talk-
ing . . . found anywhere . . .F.C.C.
provides an opportunity for students
to see if they are college material
without a lot of expense . . . Year-
book . . . Future - U. of Md.
Daniel Charles Hedges
'Chuck' . . . Friendly, sense of humor
. . . What's the frown for Chuck? . . .
Spends time in the library . . . the
F.C.C. Building is bad . . . Sophomore
Class Treasurer, Student Council . . .
Future - U. of Md. iEconomicsJ.
Raymond Miller Hummer Ill
'Ray' . . . Nice guy . . . Usually seen
with a certain girl . . . Clorox factory
. . . Likes F.C.C .... Future - Time
.loan Edna Kefauver
'Joariie' . . . Don Juan of the weaker
sex . . . Then was none . . . Now
there's Ray . . . Oh, yes! Never
know where she is . . . Future - Ask
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Shirley Linda Miller
Shirley . . . Shy? but far from quiet
. . . McCroy's . . . Pet peeve - little
room on 2nd floor . . . "F.C.C. allows
students to work and help pay for
their education . . . Yearbook . . .
Future - U. of Md.
Joyce Marie Martin
Joyce . . . Cute kid . . . Broad smile
. . . sually seen with a certain guy
. . . Pet peeve - there's History and
Biology . . . Future - Ask Joyce.
Nelson McGill Piifinger
'Mac' . . . Sense of humor . . .
Straight Ace . . . Spends most of
time at home Cunfortunatelyl . . .
Vice President of Student Council -
received all the honors on Com-
mencement Day. Congrats Mac -
from the Yearbook Staff . . . Future
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.lohn Atwell Robertson
John . . . Sense of humor . . . Friend-
ly . . . Makes good use of U. S. Gov'
ernment Printing Offxce . . . Future
Thomas Richard Rollins
'Tom' . . . A11 that hair . . . Would
you believe he's really a brain . . .
Future - University of Maryland.
Robert Oliver Sharpe
'Bob' . . . Enjoys sports . . . Friendly
. . . Good Personality . . . One of the
Richard Edward Summers
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Carol Ann Sithens
Carol . . . just full of pep . . . good
personality, friend to all . . . usually
home or window shopping . . . dis-
likes insufficient work materials . . .
Likes F.C.C.'s informal friendly at-
mosphere . . . Served on many school
functions . . . Future - R. N. and
B.S. - American University.
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Connie Priscilla Ward
Connie . . . Likes Tennis, Modern Lit'
erature, Classical Music . . . Dislikes
rain . . . Freshman year - Secretary
of Freshman Class, Scope Editor . . .
Sopohornore Year - 'Secretary of
Student Council, Scope staif . . .
Future - Salisbury State Teachers
College and Fred.
Larry Wade Thompson
Larry . . . An eye for the girls . . .
Sense of 'humor . . . Library and
office are where he can be found . . .
Sophomore Class Representative to
Student Council, Photographer for
SCOPE, all school functions . . .
Future - Towson
Suzanne Lee Yanike
Suzanne fSquawj . . . F.C.C.'s an-
swer to the world of toys Cbaby
dolls? . . I-Iails from Lincoln, Ne-
braska . . . has a sparkling zest that
is contagious . . . "Spas 41" . . .
. . . Secretary of Student Council
this year, Yearbook staff, SCOPE,
Library Anns, Womenis Rec. Associ-
ation . . . Future - U. of Md. CEle-
Mary Marie Zimmerman
Mary . . . Sunny personality . . .
always ready to help . . . friendly to
everyone . . . "to a world of my own"
. . . Likes general atmosphere at
F.C.C. - student-teacher relation-
ships . . . Dislikes hours of class . . .
Library Ann, President of Luther
League of Mt. Zion Church, Member
of Senior Choirs . . . Future - Un-
decided but we want to hear Phi1's
side of it.
NON- GRADUATING SOPHOMORES
Robert Sheridan Barber Margaret Elizabeth Biser
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Billie Elizabeth Bowers
Terry Eugene Boose
'Booze' . . . Likes Art CSculptureJ . .
Usually seen in a cut-off sweater . .
Found eating at the bowling alley . .
Money . . . Skiing, Golf, Soceer,
Swimming, Spilonking . . . Future -
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Michael Leon Blickenstaff
'Blick' . . . "Hard-Working" . . . Sports
all the way . . .Free-time??? . . .F.C.C.
Basketball team, Yearbook, Track
. . . Future - Could go three ways:
U. of Md. or Tenn. Tech. or State
Mary Catherine Brookey
Mary . . . Nice kid . . . Has a look-
a-1ike?? . . . Future - ???
Tommy Lee Brown
Tommy . . . Friendly . . . always iirst
with Hi! . . . Usually found at sing
out practice choir, lounge, or home
On the subject of FCC
don't dislike anything but I do think
we need more social activities
"Love that job" . . . Church Choir,
Sing-out Frederick, Teachers Aid . . .
Future - U. S. Air Force and Edu-
Hazel Mintz Bryant
. . . a top student . . . a hard Worker
. . . A Yearbook pusher - enjoys
seeing progress made by a Progress-
ing College . . . Says "We need more
student interest and participation
not activities" . . . Future - F.C.C.
Karl Mark Brusf
'Butch' . . . Usually seen with a cer-
tain someone . . . Friendly . . .
F.C.C. Basketball, Yearbood car wash
and bake sale . . . Future -Ask
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'Jimmy' . . . We11?? . . . HoW's Sue??
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Arlene Anne Campbell
sonality . . . Future - Economics-
Arlene . . . Party-time folks . .
then there he was . . . Jim Who?? . . .
Likes F.C.C .... Salisbury transferee
. . . Future - Ring finger, left hand??
Patsy Ann Clark
'Patty' . . . Long blonde hair . . .
Found over at Dickey's . . . Likes
F.C.C. students . . . Dislikes F.C,C.
lack of spirit . . . too many tests . . .
Yearbook, Library Anns . . . Future
- F.C.C. Nursing Program.
Ralph William Dufrow
'Dutty' . . . Nice guy . . . Usually seen
cracking the books . . . Future -
Army has him.
Eunice Fay Grimes
Eunice . . . Known for her laugh . . .
a smile for everyone . . . Found any-
place the Brethren Church will let
her . . . "Noisy library 'cuz Eunice is
thereg dirty lounge 'cuz Eunice isn't
there . . . SCOPE, CBYF, Directs
Children's Choir . . . Future - Salis-
Eric Lee Gafrell
Eric . . . He's married and has a
little girl . . . No free time . . Likes
everyone's friendliness . . . Varsity
Basketball '65 to '67 for F.C.C ....
Future - U. of Md.
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'Jim' . . . ooh, that blonde hair . . .
then there wasfis Arlene . . State
Farm . . . Future - Maybe we should
ask a certain girl.
Carolyn Loretta Grossnickel
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Always smiling . . . Aldon, I believe
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Future - Bridgewater and then A1-
Dennis Richard Kuhn
Denny' . . . that beard . . .????? . .
Need we say more . . . Future - To
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Gary Lee Miller
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library . . . likes F.C.C. and what
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home . . . "Distinguished Scholar"???
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dents need more spirit not more ac-
tivities" . . . Likes closeness of stu-
dents to teachers . . . Co-Editor of
Yearbook, Pres. of Women's Rec.
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. . . usually in a mess . . 1 wants to
help . . . Free time, huh?? . . . Likes
Psych and Hygiene . . . History is
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Geoffrey Wayne Shisler
Jef . . . Nice guy . . . Worries too
much about the opposite sex . . .
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Class 1966, President of Sophomore
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organizations . . . Future - Towson
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John Carlisle Thompson
John . . . Where's the booze! . . .
What conscience . . . "you're going
to think I'm terrible, but" . . . always
around F.C.C .... Cave exploring -
Ron . . . Future - Towson the
Herman Carl Twinning
Herman . . . Married and has a cute
little girl . . . Yearbook bookkeeper,
Student Council Treasurer, Student
Council 1965-'66 . . . Future - Ask
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"I'm out of it man . . . Soul City
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Fall Mixer. Following close on the heels of that, we held
Freshman and Sophomore elections. Scope, the school news-
paper, acquired some new people and the Yearbook was born.
We named it Argus - Vigilant Guardian. During the
Thanksgiving holiday, the college helped a needy family
and thereby made the season a more meaningful one. At
Christmas We trimmed a tree in the hall and in the Student
Lounge. Some people even came to the Noel - the Christ-
mas Dance. Several more dances were held, a swimming
party at the Y.M.C.A., bake sales and car washes helped
boost funds for the new, and first Yearbook. We held open
house for visitors and enjoyed a Spring Picnic. In school,
a philosophy forum was begun as was a Drama Club and a
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ter's degree, We acquired a new president and lost a registrar.
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Frederick, Maryland 663-3232
Ben's Watch Shop
216A West Patrick St.
Frederick, Maryland 663-6216
Phone: MOnument 2-2670
Clay's Service Center
GOODYEAR TIRES AUTO REPAIRS
ALEMITE WHEEL BALANCING
1800 Rosemont Ave.
James F. Clabaugh Frederick, Maryland
Clover Leaf Shell Service
Route 15 South
Colonial Jewelry Co. Colonial Lounge
9 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. FRANCIS SCOTT KEY HOTEL
663-9640 Patrick 8. Court St. Frederick, Md.
Colonial Music Shop
14 East Patrick St. Frederick, Md.
Robert E. Dailey, Sr. Robert E. Dailey, .Ir.
Dailey's Funeral Home
AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS
1201 N. Market St. Frederick, Md.
William H. Crist
1300 Taney Ave.
Delphey's Sport Store
140 West Patrick St.
Frederick, Maryland 663-9271
Tony Trapaso, Prop.
Frederick, Maryland 662-8937
Frederick Bottled Gas Co.
410 North Market Street
Frederick Brick Works
Compliments and Best Wishes
inc. Frederick Trading Co.
184 E. South St. Frederick, Maryland 225 E957 8th Street
Phone M0 2-1152 Frederick, Maryland 662-2161
Hamllton s Market, Inc. ,
PRODUCE, GROCERIES and FRESH MEATS S
FISH and SEA FOODS 217 North Market St.
244 East Patrick St. Frederick, Maryland Frederick, Maryland 553-3341
Phone MO 3-3193
237 North Market Street
H. Cilfford Kelly
Catering to institutions and Organizations
1505 Rosemont Ave.
Frederick, Maryland 663-3517
Marvin E. Kennedy
PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTOR
151 West Patrick St.
Frederick, Maryland 663-6680
106 E. Patrick Street
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Monocacy Oil Company
Thomas E. Molesworth
116A East Patrick St. Phone: 662-3343
3 N. Court Street Frederick, Maryland Res. 662-2838
Public Answering Service
128 West Church St.
Frederick, Maryland 662-1 106
The Pizza Shop
1818 Rosemont Ave.
Phone Myersville 293-2344
Rt. 1, Smithsburg, Maryland 21783
Residential and Commercial Construction
Rice's Color Center
PAINT - WALLPAPER - ART SUPPLIES
5th 8g Market St.
Frederick, Maryland M0nument 2-3220
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Edward H. Sharpe 8: Son 3,3 North Market sh
FLORLSTS Frederick, Maryland
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P. o. Box 187
Frederick, Maryland M0 3-6168 Frederick, Maryland
DODGE - DART - JEEP
1820 Rosemont Ave.
Frederick, Maryland Phone: 663-5136
Wayside Radio Service
TELEVISION - STEREO - RADIO
Sales with Service
423 E. Patrick St. 662-3671
Where TV is a Business Not a Side Line
The Wellsmere Shop
Whitesell 8: Bowen
GIFTS - ANTIQUES - JEWELRY
Francis Scott Key Hotel Frederick, Md. 238 N. Market St.
Frederick, Maryland Phone: MO 2-4848
Compliments of Congratulations and Best Wishes
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Organized 1899 .
Wvodsbvro, Maryland 21798 THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE co.
Member F.D.I.C. Melvin H. Derr John W. Derr
Radio Dispatched Trucks
N. E. "Bob" Waltz
Plumbing 8: Heating, Inc.
Remodeling Financing Air Conditioning
If no answer or in Emergencies 898-9404
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MAKERS OF EBERT'S ICE CREAM
GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS
DONALD C. LINTON
C. P. A.
6 West Second St.
Frederick, Maryland Phone 663-5752
Charles A. Fogle TXA
CAPPELLO'S FOOD MARKET
FRUITS - VEGETABLES - MEATS - GROCERIES
200 N. Market St. 663-5173
CARMACK'S SU PERMARKET
331 North Market Street Frederick, Maryland
SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
Phone 845-4836 Woodsboro, Maryland
CORNER CASH GROCERY
Open Every Day - Every Night - Every Week
E. 3rd 8. Chapel St. Frederick, Maryland Phone 662-8586
COLD BEER TO GO
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FREDERICK TOOL 8: DIE COMPANY, INC.
519 E. Church St. Frederick, Maryland Phone M0 2-51357 2-5136
STAMPINGS - HAND SCREW MACHINES - DRILLING - TAPPING
H. Glenn Strine Charles C. Roberts
MO 3-9495 473-8362
GOLDEN Q. RESTAURANT
609 N. Market St. Frederick, Maryland Phone 662-8936
BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER
Duke 8. Betty, Props.
YOUR COMPLETE VENDING SERVICE
KEY VENDING SERVICE, INC.
AUSTIN R. KEYSER, INC.
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
M0 2-1949 Rt. 7, Frederick, Md. MO 2-1949
LAWSON'S AUTO CRAFT
COMPLETE BODY and PAINT SHOP
521 E. Church St. Frederick, Maryland Phone MO 2-3293
CHARLES F. MURPHY, INC.
-PLUMBING - HEATING
Oil and Gas Burners - Spouting - Pumps
Sales and Service
529 W. South St. Frederick, Maryland Phone: MO 2-1759 lDayJ
LOUIS V. MYERS, .lR.
LICENSE COMMISSIONER FOR FREDERICK COUNTY
137 N. Market St. Frederick, Maryland W. Patrick St.
FOR THE BEST IN HAMBURGERS and HOMEMADE SOUPS
REMSBERGFS JEWELRY STORE
4 Eqsf pai-rick Sf, Frederick, Maryland
if ROUTZAHN'S FURNITURE - TV - APPLIANCES
26 East Patrick St.
if ROUTlAHN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"On the Square"
'If ROUTZANN'S BUDGET CENTER
75 South Market St.
to serve you Best!
H. c. SUMMERS 8. co. INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS - FARM MACHINERY
MEHRL F. WACHTER 8: SON
Registered - Bonded - Insured
Plumbing - Heating - Roofing - Spouting
Sewer Work Drainage Field Installation
ELECTRIC ROOTER SEWER SERVICE
419 North Market St. Frederick, Maryland Phone 662-3601
Member of National Association of Plumbing Contractors
H. B. DUVALL, INC.
YOUR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER FARM MACHINERY
DELAVAL MILKING EQUIPMENT
WHITE VETERINARY SUPPLIES
Charles Town, West Virginia
SALES TO GRADUATE VETERINARIANS ONLY
Fort Dodge, Eaton, Parke-Davis, Merck, Bauer and Block
Wyeth, Becton-Dickinson and Pfizer
Charles Town 304-725-7712 Frederick 301-662-4497
Paul E. Burr Barbara W. Barr
R. W. WARNER, INC.
12 East Fifth St. Frederick, Maryland
' PLUMBING - HEATING - AIR CONDITIONING - WATER SYSETMS
Phones: 662-5387 or 898-9526 QFrederick7 775-2524 fUnion Bridge!
W. 8: W. POULTRY MARKET, INC.
"BEST DRESSED BIRDS IN TOWN"
214 E. Patrick Street Frederick, Maryland MOnument 2-1392
FOX'S SPORTS 8: BAIT STORE
501 S. Market St. Frederick, Maryland Phone MO 2-5227
IDEAL FARMS DAIRY, INC.
North Market St. Ext. Frederick, Maryland Phone 662-5151
RICHARD F. KLINE, INC.
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION and PAVING
423-C East Patrick St.
Frederick, Maryland Phone 662-8211
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '67
KAPPA KAPPA IOTA
ALPHA CHAPTER OF FREDERlCK,'MD.
THE FREDERICKTOWNE CANASTA CLUB
CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES
FURNITURE STORE, INC.
10 South Market St. Phone 2-1175 8 East Patrick Sf,
I1 n M0 3-3166 Phon -
BITZER AND MOORE, INC.
ALI. COIN OPERATED AMUSEMENT DEVICES
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Ihe Potomac Edison Co. Frederick, Mm. .1
421 East Patrick St. 66
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
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BOOSTERS and PATRONS
Maior Muriel E. Allan
Mrs. Ora B. Althouse
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benton
Barry J. Burkholder
and Billie E. Bowers
Mrs. Guy Cramer
Mr. Carl Urban
Ralph R. Putman
Miss Vonda Fagan
Mrs. Claude Favorite
Mrs. Doris Gilbert
Mrs. Merle L. Guyton
Mr. John Harris
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hussey
Mrs. Myra Kelly
Mrs. Contance LaBrush
Mrs. Marianna LeGore
Rev. John L. Lippold
Mrs. Roberta Hahn Newman
Mrs. Priscilla Roessler
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Righter
Mr. Paul Stitely
M. and Mrs. George J. Stup
Mr and Mrs. Louis Wiser
Mrs. Agnes Zimmerman
Mrs. Mooring, Craig
and Joan Mooring
Mrs. Grover C. Broadwater
Mr. Karl Brust
M. and Mrs. Isaac Sayler
L. R. Stup 8. Sons
Mrs. Best, Cannon Shoe Store
3 N. Market St.
Mr. M. J. Croghan
Mr. Houff, Wash-0-Clean
742 N. Market
Mr. Guy Ramsburg
Arcade Bowling Alley
N. Market St.
Schroeder Men's Wear
Mr. Stup, "The Fabric Shop"
N. Market St.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dorsey
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Dutrow
Mr. and Mrs. Dvid Grimes
Dr. 8. Mrs. Kenneth Bromfield
Mr. and Mrs. Hallar Best
Indian Springs Beauty Salon
Rocky Springs Road
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