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'Lawyers Hill gets organized' [History Matters]

September 1965

Lawyers Hill gets organized

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Area notes in the Times:  "John Mehring Elected Head Lawyers Hill Association: The Lawyers Hill-Rockburn Area Association held its annual meeting and election of officers on Monday Sept. 20 and elected John Mehring as its president. Other officers elected at the meeting were: Edward Morris, vice-president; Daniel Fought, secretary; Elbert Arrington, treasurer; James Hollway, director; Charles Wehland, director; Charles Irby, director and Warren Drell, director."

"Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Foster of Manordale Lane were hosts to their Dinner Bridge Group Saturday evening where the birthdays of Mrs. Robert Wieder and Mr. Foster were celebrated.

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"It was a golfing week-end at Caledonia State Park in Pennsylvania for the Charles Maddoxs, E. Holmes Hawkins; Edmond Hoeys; James Carpenters; Raymond Mentons; Robert Dinans; Robert Wieders; Malcolm Henrys; E. Lee Landauers; John Donofrios; and William Filberts.

"The Welcome Wagon Newcomers have started their bowling at the Normandy Lanes on Tuesdays mornings. Interested persons are invited to attend.

"Mr. and Mrs. William Stange's guest at their home on Chapel avenue is Mrs. Stange's cousin from Munich, Germany, Mr. Richard Kreissl. Presently Mr. Kreissl will make a tour of the country and then return to his cousin's home.

"Dinner guests Sept. 16 of Joseph A. Kaminski were Carol Joeckle of Baltimore and Charles Yocum of Arbutus, Saturday. Sept. 18th, Frank Drsata of Baltimore who is President of Sigma Ep Fraternity at Georgia and Brian Gray of Jacksonville, Miss. arrived at Joe's home on Fox Den road and together they motored to the university in Atlanta, Ga."

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"Mr. and Mrs. James Hannon of W. Stayman Drive have returned home from visiting Mr. Hannon's mother in Manchester, Mass."

September 1924

Business as usual

From notices and Times ads:

"Notice: Hydraulic Cider Press: Now running at my place on Tuesdays., Fridays, and Saturdays. H. Kelly, Ilchester Farm. Ilchester, Md.

"Store Manager Wanted: Apply Greenwald's Community Market, Ellicott City. No telephone calls considered.

"For Sale — 2 farm horses. Cheap. Apply Farm Manager, Donaldson School, Ilchester, Md.

"Wanted to Buy- Two or three young farm horses or mules. Must be in good condition. Apply Farm Manager, Donaldson School. Ilchester, Md.

"At Rosenstock's, Ellicott City, During Our Famous $1.00 Sale:

"Ladies Silk and Voile Blouses $1; Ladies & Misses Middy Blouses $3.00 Values, Special, $1; Women's & Girls Crepe Bloomers & Stephins $1; Ladies Corsets - White And Flesh $1; Ladies Petticoats, Embroider Trimmed, $1.00 Values, 2 for $1; $1; Mens $2.00 Novelty Caps $1; Ladies Summer Hats $4 & $5, $1; Window Shades; 1; Mens & Youths Khaki Pants $1.50 Values, special, $1; Extra Size Sheets $2.00 Values $1.

"Yard goods: Best Quality Dress gingham, 5 Yards For $1; Dotted Swiss 59 cent Value, all shades, 3 Yards For $1; Extra Heavy Straw ticking, 6 Yards For $1; Linen toweling, Best Quality; 6 Yards For $1."

September 1890

Farm and home

Deeds: "Savage Mfg. Co. to David Reeley and wife, 1/3 of an acre, Savage, Sixth District.

"Charles B. Wollenhorst and wife to Stanley E. Granothaum, house and lot. Ellicott City."

Farm news: "Wheat and grass prospects are good."

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