"New College Announce Tuition, Fee Policies
"The Board of Trustees of Howard Community College has established a tuition policy of $150 per semester for full-time students for the coming academic year when it first opens to students this fall."
From television schedule published in the Times, evening programming included:
"I Love Lucy," "Duckpins & Dollars," "Folk guitar," "McHale's Navy," "Huntley-Brinkley Report", "Dick Van Dyke Show," "What's My Line," "The Monday Night Movie: 'Kid Galahad', Elvis Presley, "Doris Day Show," "Carol Burnett Show," "Bing Crosby, Cooling It," and at 11:30, the "Merv Griffin Show."
High school operetta
"Clarksville Pupils To Offer Operetta Friday
"'The Sunbonnet Girl,' an operetta in two acts, will be presented by pupils of Clarksville High School tomorrow (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock.
"Those having principals roles are: Marian Pickett, Evelyn Hayden, Ruby Childress, Ruth Babbitt, Eleanor Zepp, Virginia Simon, Helen Bailey, Constance Souder, Jennie Miller, Ronald Sullivan, David Cropp, Ambler Blick, Hardey Randall, Billy Benson and Craig O'Donnel."
Savage Social Notes:
"Miss Sue Sanders of Annapolis Junction spent the past week-end with Miss Gloria Redmond.
"Mrs. Emory Swann, Mrs. Frank Shipley, Mrs. William Shipley and Miss William Reeley were dinner guests of Mrs. Edward Ryall of Baltimore.
'Esther Chapter No. 47. O.E.S. entertained daughters of the members on Mother and Daughter Night, last Tuesday evening.
"Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matthews were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson, of Pfeiffer's Corner.
"Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pfeiffer, Pfeiffer's Corner, visited Mrs. Pfeiffer's parents, Mr. Mrs. Henry Damm last Friday evening."
'Bleachers in an uproar'
Howard County Times: Top stories
"Dorsey 10, Federals 1.
"The Dorsey Athletic Club easily outclassed the Federal Athletic Club of Baltimore last Sunday and defeated them by a score of 10 to 1. Vogts had the Feds at his mercy all the way along and the few scattered bingles were well taken care of by his mates.
"Features worth mentioning were the base running of Burke and the catching of Rube Wheeler. 'Buck' Cooney at the second bag scooped up everything that came his way as did Pretty Ritter at third. Runt Merson the diminutive fielder is back in the fold and played a nice game. Danny Bloom made a near two sacker with two on, that put the bleachers in an uproar."
They had some interesting first names a century ago, and obviously even odder nicknames. I don't know if 'Pretty' was a typo, but by any other name, he helped win the game, along with 'Runt.'
"Miss Mary Miller Married
"A pretty wedding took place here last Wednesday night at 8 o'clock when Miss Marry E. Miller, of this City, became the bride of William C. Cavey, of Grays, Howard county. The marriage ceremony, which took place at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Bessie Miller, was performed by Rev. S.M. Engle, pastor of the Ellicott City Presbyterian Church.
"A reception was held at the home Thursday night when many of the friends of the young couple were present and enjoyed a social good time."