December 1970

. i~” .~t • .-.-~,. :-~ !?.7 -.,., ~,~ ~2~q, , ~ … >- -‘.’.’:~.-j ,..-.: .,. ..~: ~” ,’~-A’ %4~,”. ,gg:”: ~i’;” -, , i ! -~.)5 l • ; “?{ ‘ ~”, :”/” ~’*” , ;”~, .. ….. :..~.. • . . ..• “!’ ‘ ‘: ” :%.:~4:,,!:t, ~’ ~ .’~,~\~\.<,… Editor, Mrs Susan gogt …. ,… …. “~,..~,, ‘ . 65.0,9 76th St – ‘ ” “< ~’ ~ v ‘ <‘ ‘ “‘ Vol. b No;< b. ” ” ‘ “‘ ., ‘ ‘i Dece}nber _197,0;,..;i.+ .: , ” ~ ~”~: ~. .,. ….. .~. ” ; ., ‘ • ‘7~- ,, , ::/ .” :,,:< .. ,.. , …… , , ‘ ,. :.:’:.. :,…,¥. : …… ~. ~ . %. :,.,:. : ..-. “‘>”,’~;.~.,:. -‘ ;” :’ ~ • ~<.~’~ !:i ‘ …… ,~ …….. ‘,; ….. ~” • ..: : ;:. • ” ” • ‘.~.’-‘”, ‘ -‘. ~-: > ‘ ~ …. “‘,~: ….. ” — ~ ….. ‘~” -“~ , ; v ~ • ~ …. ‘ ” : ‘ ~*”” .. -‘.k’.,~ • ‘ ” ‘:”;F:~.:.u,.~k ~’; i. ..;5 7;: i.r~;” ° :” :,.ilil””: – !;’i’ ~/~,~-.” ~i ~. “g~.~, .~”. ~.. ,~ ……. .~: . . ; ……… : ,-“. ‘ ….. .-“,’~ ” .”.~,~ .~*’I~’~ . . .’~,:.- ,¢!’ -. ‘: . ‘ #t,~F “~ ” .”;~ ‘ ~,. . W-‘~~ ; ,, …. • **************************************************************************************** ‘ ****************************************************************************************.. – DECEMBER :CALENDAR &&&& ‘SALE &&&& “” ; ….. Dec. &O Boor Talk” I0:30 am RePair cloCksand watches for profit : Little Falls Library, .” ” .~ ,in your own home shop. Sale of work-,: :,. Dec. 12 !Story Hour I0 amand lo,~3Qam bench~ l,ight~ cleaning, machine~ tob!’s:-:– “Little.Falls Libr~ry .s-.: .,.:parts~ books~”watches~ =clocks,,. Ba<rgain Dec. 15″””BROWNIE A~D Girl Sc.out.::Ciarol. :-:<for interested person,,-TMr,. Eradin ‘ ~ .- ,Sing °! 6.,.30 pm ‘ “).. …: .’…. ” // ///.. //. “”,” .::;: • : Cabin. John Firel~ous:e ‘ . /j////~///~/5/jS/3,/~9/ // //// ////. Dec. 15 Community Carol “ging and ~ T~x SITUAT¢0N ;; : Refreshments 7,~m ~’ :’/ = / ” -The tax meeting you have heard a;bo~$: , ‘Clara Barton School .,-…..has involved..a):group,.of people try.ing~-….~.// Dec. 23 ‘ Jan. k!o ;School ‘ . ,.,….toappeal thelast assesment,A re:que-s-t-. Christmas Vacation ” , . .~,will .be.”ma~e that they e.v~.luate Cabin:-.,:,. Dec. 2~ Methodist Church Services iJ~hn,.~.h’euse by house rather than by: :a.~ ‘ ~7~30 pm ~botage formula. Not all ,property has ~ .’: St ..:,.BarthOle’i~Ws Midnight .. gone up here. equally.,.~The g~oup”:is ,,-.:, ‘Mass.”~:.12 midnight ‘ ~ .’ ..waiting <fp,r. a hearing no.w,. AnYon@ wis~,,-;:i. Dec. 25 . Christmas Day • ‘ ‘ . i-,iing fur.thor information, should call• Dec. 31 Christmas Eve DriVe Carefu,.l!y Mrs° B~uce Wetzel at 365- t~9i8 …. ‘ ….. .;. THE PLANNING PROCEaS COME To THE COM”UNITY-C.A!~0L •SING -.-,.:-..,-. Lee Manes’ would appreciate :all opinions on any subject from people in Cabin J0hn.;He can Be reached an~ week, ,day from 8:30-5 at 279-i~82. .. There iwill be no planning meetings this month~ but we”ll •begin again in earnest in January• , L > ws The’ VFW will be spending’ December ~m:~ing their~ various ChrlStmaspan- tieS. On Dec. 17~ the annual party :: for t~he servicemen at Bethesda Naval i:~ Hospital willbe held,,. :And on the St. Cabin ‘John::~ethodi<St Church. 7 TO 9.pm:ON DEC., Ig ,ATI. THE CDARA BABT:,p~ SCHOOL. SING”.’ HAVE,PUNCH AND.”@O0.KIES.!-! RATED • “G” BRING ~ ,T~” I. F~MI~LY~ 4 :”~. r…. .. • o -.- . . ,: ~7: Donations of 9ookies..,welcomed’.o.:. ..,: w. W. t,. Ww. lWlWWW. Y. IWY. ewe: CHURCH., SCHEDULES …. :.~”~’ ,: Bartholemews CathOlic Church ‘”~; 12 pm Midnight Mass On DEC. 2~7~:i .. followed by Coffee.and iDd~t~tS ?Dec,. 25~. Masses.at7~:8.o30’~..lO~:~”‘ .:.,12 noon. There will, be a -:~ . ~- ‘,:Pageant at 9:~5 am before.:,. : ‘: ~.. ,the, loam service. 20th”of the mentholthe VFW w.i!l, be at the’Baptist Home • f~:r Orphans with.~I’~ ;-DoOr. v2;O:alt,7:;30 a-Childrens Prro~ram a”b~g party for th~se children..0f- ~;:/ , ” Deh’;.-724.~a~$ .71i~i~0~ Chirstmas Eve ” course the regula, r monthl~ meeti~ and .. ~ ” ” ~ ~i!’~i(. ‘”<~- Service ” ” ‘7!. the Turkey Shoot w&Ii be held as~usuaI~. ” -Dec. 25i 9~30 Church School ‘:: -… :,.. . ~ , ll am Church Service editors note ° sometimes w,@ ‘~’ //////////////////////////////////// 7 .f,,o,rget to say tha.nk yout0 some groups . Cabin’J.::hn is one qf the few remaining “Ph0~ •constantly try t0 ma~@ our lives r6al c6mmunitios loft in the Washington area. be’~ter. The VFW has d0ne’ humorous Its citizens arc activo!y involvcrl in a wide things for Cabin Jdhn and the area for : Vari~tye~f activities re lat6~l~ to our children, many years~ and I would like to!.gi.ve~ c<msorvAtion,: saving l~v~s an_~ proporty frlom fifo or othor calamities, churcnl pc.lltlCS… them our thanks righ.t’inow. Their,..Rei!ief ….. ” ” : ” ” …. “Fund has benefitte, d imany Cabin:’-J.0hners ~ we ma.y”not a~ays ag.rec, but. we h&vo .c.no..c.on- ..-.:. and how,many of u~haVe a~preei~ed : corn in-ce~tmon- a .bott~r community..in which the’ HOliday Flags oh”MacArthu~r Blvd. Thank you VFW. ! …. ~,~, 9009900900990999999009999099’99Q990999 ……………………….. .,~•~ ~ .-~ …. LET,S~ KEEP THZS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL BY KEEPING LITTER – PAPER~ ~ ‘BEER CANS~ ETC. IN THE TRASH CANS, THANK YOU t~5 live. ‘, ‘ , . ‘ ‘ ” ‘ • “: u. Next y0ar, lot’s try to work tc.getN0r oven more . Lot ° s start by bringing the entire community ~ ~ t!~got~,.or.for the Town Christmas Party on December 15.”. Please come.., jus% f6r funl Merry x-maD. Judy Toth i: YE 0LDE CABIN JOHN in the:next several issues~I would like to reprint::~excerpts from Edith Martin Armstrong’s A Brief History of Cabin Jo.hn~i~Park. The ~ writer mo~ed from~Cabin John’in 1940 after having lived here for 20 years. Mrs. Josephine Havens gave . me~her copy, and it was so fascina’ ting, I thought others might enjoy it.,-to.9.~-~ < ……………………………. …….. ‘.:..L…~.JR~rt.I …………….. ‘!Centuries ago, Indians roamed the neighborhood that is now Cabin John Park, fishing in the river~ shooting wild game”and calling war cries from the hills. Peeple in the community still dig up arrowheads, st,~ ~ ha”. ~l.,.~t,~ and oth@r artifacts to l,r.~ve it. Dr. Thomas Dowling, an early resident, unearthedan Indian village on a flat section, and the find is on exhibition at American University.” :.~ ‘ ~”Lord Baltimore gave many land grants, as he was the Lord~Proprie- tot and had authority to sell or . property was developed into lots of rent the land, When these grants were varying sizes’…. For the most part patented, they had to have an identi- though, the.lotswere fO0 by 150 feet fylng name•••. In 1784i JosephWhite bought a gra~t called Read#~ Delight ~cb~sisting of i00 acre’s :, pluseS5 : ac:res of unclaimed land, ~nd ~ called …. it ~Bite .the Biter• He built’ a home the ruins of which were removed~ when the Federal Government excavated for the\Washington Acquaduct.,:,.” ‘,The~Whitefamily bought many. parcel:~rof~an~until ~heyown~d ali ~ the land now known as 6abin John Par~i~he.White’family!igra~eyard was nealr a/large cedar tree not far from where Second ~treet (75th Flace) and ‘R!idge Road (Ar~enRoad) ~ intersect. The old tombstones were hauled away during the development of Cabin John Park…•” By 1864, Joseph White (the grand- son) began to sellhis land …. One tract, including a house and out- buildings was sold to Thomas Dowling. developed the community known as Cabin John Park. Hei:laid it out in ~:our sec- tions “> Section I contained 155.5 acres, and was.bounded.by Cabin John Branch, the Conduit Road, and Seven Locks Rd. in a pamphlet used for advertising he ‘describe~ the subdivision in this manner::”The first sweep of the eye over these undulations brings an invol- untary expression Of admiration and a closer examination confirms thefirst impressiom that this is a beautif~l:”,~ and meritorious situation from one en~ to the other” .”,.- Section 2 comprised 105.2 acres between Seven Locks Road and Persimmon Tree Road. It wa:s bounded on the south by the Conduit Road and was about lO00 feet deep; SectiOn 4 include~ 69.2 acres and had the C & 0 Canal, Benson’s Addition and the conduit onthree sides. The other ended 500 feet beyond Se~en Locks • ! Road. ~. ~. Section 3 was never deve!opedi and was later sold as a large tract. In the developed sections, the and were sold as reasonably as ~I0 down ahd ~I0 a month. David and Mary Touhey were among the first to pur- chase. They bought in 1914, On Woodrow Avenue, with the’ provision ~t ~ that their house be erected within a year-.” …. ~’ ~ “iii: ~he next issue of the Village News, I’ll reprSnt more from this interesting booklet, including ~he.. ~:’:.:/ various st”0ries of how Cabin Joh n got ~ it s name. . . . – . • ~z ! ~- ~7~4~/~#~ . ‘ ~ .; :.’ ~ RESTORED BICYCLES FOR SALE ‘ ‘~ ‘ SEVERAL ‘MO~ELS ” C.R.IISMITH 6~12 -75th St. ~” Cabin John “Teen-Age# Go Home :” This apparently was the house occupied .and owned by theHenry J0hnsons at the time-i~ burned May 18,~1936. Wiliiam Dowling~’a br0therof Thomas, bought land fin 1866 and called his farm Gracelland,: for his daughter• He, built the house now 9wned~by Royal Carlock.i.ln!870, Joseph Bobinger obtained,a:lO0 acres’of the White Note” i,, The following Open’Letter to a Teen-~g4r first received pubiic attention when it was quoted by’J:Uven- i~e Judge Philip B• Gilliam, of~Den t. vet Colorado. Mor e recently it appear, ed in: Abigail VanB~ren’s syndicated newspape r column• The author of the letter is not known, it was SUbmitted property on the south side of the Zo the Village News by Morris Fradin. ,.ConduitlRoad wes~t of~Cabin Jbhn Bridge~ …. In 1876:Thomas Tuohey-bought 26~ “We hear teen-agers complain, ‘What acres on the south Side of the Con- can We do? where can we, go?. U “r duit ~ j st’ above the Bobinger tract. The talIi white house ‘ on the road Was the} 01d Tuohey home.;’iIn the same year ThOmaS Dowling bought ~mbre ~ land neaT- by’a~d later ‘deeded it to his: wife Amanda. !During 1885 Dennis Tuohey son 0~ Thomas Tuohey., purchased a- part Of “the tract called Carderrock.” .~ In 1912, J.S. Tomlinson, sole : :agent iand. President of :t~e American Land Companybought all~’the land (pver ~ 600 acres) and prbpertyowned by Amanda Dowiing for ~i~Q,000 .and “The answer is: g o homes ‘ Han~””-‘ the stormwindows,, paint the woodwork. Rake”the leaves, mow the lawn,: shovei the”walk~ Wash the car, scmub”~s0me I:’ floors. Help the mihister, rabbi or.:”:: PrieS~t,. The Red Cross~ ! the Salvatio~i Army;~. Visit: :the ~:sick , . the po0r. ‘Study . • ” .your less0ns• And.when y0u”re …. through, if Y0u’re not -too tired, ~r~ead a book. Continued on’ .the next page @@ “Teen-Ager Go ~Home”- ~i:cOn’t FOUND *** FOUND *** FOUND : o .” ‘ ~ ” Mitchell~ Heidi~Holly~ and Lele ~ “Your parents d0n’%kowe you enter- Hef~in have found a :g!rey and white tainment. Your city~i0~sn’t owe you kitten with a funny face>.: it: ~4as found a recreation Cente~The, world doesn’t on Riverside Drive and any one!’~ho owe you a living. You o~’e it your time knows where it belongs~ ‘should contact and energy: and talent so that no one the Heflins ah 365- 0680. will be at w ar or in poverty .or sick or lonely again. …:… “You’re suppossed to be mature • enough to accept Sbme of the ‘ respon- • sibilities your parents ~ have Carried :;f0r years. They have nursed~ protected tltZ It ZL ILIZ UJIJLII If I1 ILJZJ, LIZ_IZ t.I.JJ~_~ /~_<I2JI.ZL{~2~.(~.’IJ~. ~.{~=/~~./~i ~ t l /-,~=. i”}’ Pit fi~lFfFfl=~’#~¢~ frf-; ,-Tfi #i t7 r :’n r,r:l~ < £/ ,’-i T ;r’. n ri I-rl-rn t? ~ ~ , m DOROTHY HELEN’S BEAUTY SALON 176301 Tomlinson Ave. ~ Apt 15 ~ k 365-O361 or : ~69-9833 ….. “Personal Hairdressing” excused~ and tolerated you. They have ~%ddnied themselves comforts so:that you #########~” “~####i~$5#-~##.#~@~# “. ~c~ould have luxuries. This t~ey have ,. SANTA IS COMING’ d6ne g ladly~ for you are .their gre&t- . ffn,case:~ybU were w0ndering~.j!:S, claus est treasure. Teen-agers~ g~ow up and will .zndeed appear’in the Cabin John ‘- go home’.” Gardens this year. Watch for further ~ ~ ~ . Morris Fradin ~,m. tted by notices of his arrival, Also there w&l • …. be Christmas caroling~ so get all j. ,” ~£_. :’ ‘ / ~ ; _/ .1. . _/ ! / ~ . • ##~?-~, :~/./~#,~-;######:~/######,~##~###~### your voices limbered up for that event .. …. ()()()()()()()()()()()()().(,)()()()() ~: PIANO AND VIOLIN sTUDIO .(.)(.).().()()()()()()()()()()(‘)()()()() ‘r’:~.~T.~I’a Dolezo~ “: ” 365-2685 ~.: ….. ,7101 Persimmon Tree’ Rd. Bethesda HOW TO BUY A TRAiLER,WITH0~T P.F, ALL y Children and Adults – All levels TRYING; #.; #,.~.~##~-##;’~.~-#(::,,/~A,-.,r#-,~.,~.,”~t/~/# ,#7~, ~###~ This ente rta ining-., story has been LITTLE FALLS LIBRARY. taken from Dorothy H~len Nelson’S Trip “. ‘ . .., .: Diary. The Nelsons went on a 31 day .:, .. “~:The Little Falls Library is locatedVac~.tion in Afigustl.with their 5. year ‘/ on Massachusetts Ave..3dstbefore the old’ilg~randdaug~ter. Carol9 ,. Their tlrip /Little .Falls Parkway turnoff., This tO6~%h~em” ‘,to F, lorida~’~T.’exas and even – . *. :’r . – • ~ .- ‘ ,, . ~..,” . month’s Adult Book Talk will be held Mexrlco£ Before lea v~ng~ the :Nelsons on Dec. I0 at I0:30…E.nd of the Road ; decid’edt9 take aiong,thei~ o!d ’61 by Barth is this month’s subject~ copies of tl~ms book are avazlable at • – the 1 ibra r..y.” ; :”- .< ~:. , ~ .: …. “i./ A’big Story Hpur.for. the .children ~s also scheduled for Saturd~y~ Dec. 12, FOUr and five year olds will be t’.61.d Christmas. stories from i0 until .iOf30~ with children six years old and up, invited to C6/e at ii am. ‘ ‘There will also be a Penny Theatre ~ during both Story Hours which will perform A Fir Tree. The Little Falls Library is proud to note that the month of Oct. andqNimr0di=’CamPer Trailer Jso that Carole could..get a taste :.of campi.ng even. though as Dorothy..Helen t.oldl, m~ ~’£, It.. was embarrissing to” cart th~at ~”:O~hi” thilng ……… along. ” /~fter-severii da~s~<~he 7elsons were well into Florida. ” on ay, the ¢Oth’w   a  ea/the car and d’ecidednot to go ~to 8:a~15~I Island as it was r~i;Inlng, Ins~ieadi!!w@Vheaded for Talahassee. ” – :.~ ” ‘i’About ~i:”30 ~we, saw a’ sign ~.a~.vertis- ” ing Swanne’e -River State Pa’rk and sznce the rain ‘let up :we decided”t0 %amp there “As soon as”we’ got~a!l”Se~.;’hp it broke all circulation records for – that-branch ….. , ~ BUS INE .~S FOR SALE : ,&DORABLE BEAUTY SALON WITH BOUTIQUE IN CABIN JOHN Call 365-~179 ; after” 6 pm. .u .u .~ start@~ to piour again:. Thankgoodness we all go, t the canopy up over the table which made a lovely outdoors dining and living room.i “The moss covered trees (Carole calls them ‘trees with long hair’) are grace- ful aid beautiful. Breakfast in the rain w,a s fun. Our secon~ Tuesday found ********************************~*** “us Sitting around our table watching – ~,{ERRY CHRISTMAS”TO ALL ” the rain come down harder and harder. The next morning :–more of the same. The editor of th@ Cabin John’Vil – ‘!We’d’. it: rained and rained so lage News wishes everyone in Cabin “John a very Merry .Christmas and a Happy, New Year. Thanks go to all of you who have helped me this past year by giving me your news arid the news of YOUr various clubs. Anyone is welC.ome to telephone me with news~ mail it to meg or drop it off at my house. I~’!m Susan Vogt9 6509 76th St. (<beh,ind’the Good and Quick ). My phon@;number is 469-6379. News items;:are ~free~:Want ads are 50¢ for three typed lines:and 15¢ ,for each add iti6nal line. Commercial ads are ~2 ‘per:month or ~5 for three months. Let£me hear from, you soofi:”. we dec~ided as soon as i@ let up we’d pack our: o!d beat up trailer and head for some sun. JUS t dS we got 9he tent down and ready ~ t0 Snap ‘on the top~ another down- pour drenched ;ieverything. Our neighbors Charles and St~phanie Aiken came over to help us st#fetch and pull the shrun- ken top. They jokingly said~ ‘We’ll sell you our brand new 8erro Scotty!;’: I said ‘Don’t tempt us” ‘: “~he more we tried to stretch the top in place~ the harder it rained and: the more we fell in love withtheir Scotty. Of all the unbelievable things we’ve ever done~ this took the cake: “How to Buy a.~railer”~ continued “We bought;their brand new 1~”-. Serro Scotty-t~ailer:whichthey had gone to. Georgia.to pick up.f,or.a customer.”‘It seems that.this was their business – ~elling new and used trailers. – *’;”** FOR SAFE-*Y.*** CAMERAS~ like r.ew. ROLLIFLEX~ /2~”o.,. TOPCON UI<IREX . ,.¢.’:.110~ RECEIVER SHORT WA\E 28-290 F~..IZ ~i’.L~O. CALL. b,-6 c.-8873. .{.. ‘.’The rest of the day Norman and ~% ~WSY NOTES~y~%%~0 : : Charlie chan~ed ;hi:t.~..hes.~ got .the re- . • fridgerator to wo~k~ and .heipefl tis:-),.i–. This wi&,l be a I regular.’ C6i~mn~ aad move all our gear from our Nimrod,into I’m relying.:on you all t0’keep me ia- ‘ ” our.~new ‘honeym00.m””cottage”. . ,-i formed about-,eech others ne,wsy notes “IThe.A~kens drove to Georgia then …. . . ‘”~ ” , to pickup anotheT..8c0t’~y to take to Mr’; and Mrs., Kimber Inkrote were ; their customer. AS they Were ,pulling back in town r~centiy. They/live in our w6°rshouted~ ‘ Camp’ here again to- Peflnsylvania ncw~. but came back to ‘-~ night :’~:ybu may. make :ansther .s.aie'” Cabin JOhn to ..~ isit..’their daughter: , :.. -. ~,, .: ‘ Mrs.. Vivlan Jor’.es~ Many of their old ‘J_ . ;, ‘j. ! • ., .n~ .:h~. :,. ,~; :he .story!.’0f how to ouy ~friends in the Commun~,y. ” “~ ‘ were;,., del.ignted a trsi.;.er Without reall!y trying’ ,t61 see them again. . ‘ • ,”. i (:’~ ?. ? ~- .-. ~’ ,:, , % . . . . , , . . , – . . ., – ” ” ” . ! ! ,. ,t #,@~/#/~@,~#-#-##~W/###, ##~#:;~/##,%n@ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth UilcoXon PLIZ,~BII\.rG ~ PROBLEMS????…. ~’ ‘ ~ visited their daughter Bonnie over the STOPPED UP DRAINS???? Thanksgiving H(liday. “She-:$s married -‘,: Call-Emii-:-!..Doiezal ‘ for<quick .and . — <..tO a Major~ at.-~ort Knox.~ Kentucky° …. /’i-:. : reasonable serv, ic~:.:~;,\%5-2685 …….. The Wilcoxons,,–~ad a. good visit .ther,~. …. ” .~’~ “-,’~ ‘-9 ‘~ ‘~’~ ‘~ ‘~ ‘ #-‘/ ‘.::/-# ‘-‘ ‘-~- ~-‘~. ” ‘~” :’ “*'<‘ “‘ ‘ ‘: ~ @ “~ ,- .~-,,- ,..,- . ,-,. ,-.,- ,-.//..~, …. ,/..~ //- .~ …. . :.” ” f’: i ” ‘ ; ;”.9″C ouT ING NEWS .~ The)Qfrl :Scouts and the Brownies • plan t 9 go Carolimg on December 15 … at 6:30.:pm.:All troop .members should. gather at(the Cabin.Jot,n Firehouse by 6:30~ and the caroling;will end ‘•Newcomers to Cabin John .,- …. Jim and Jan6t HutChinson-.have re …. Cently.moved tc .Buxton Terrace (in the Prelude .section) with their three children. Jennifer is5~ Jimmy Is5~- ‘: and Stephen is-l. The Hutchinsons: moved her,e fro~.Arlington. at the Claga Barton School around ” -, . . , • • . . – , ! , . – . g, o30. ~her e the scouts are invlted to ~: ~Angela ~ppp~q~@ hag b.gu~ght and re,~o- have PUnch and coqkies.w!t.~e,~}~,.t~~,vated~om,~hou~,e~,.c~.~/~.~dem<Road,~ Many:,,~.O~r+,~.. ~}~:~’ns~,~f~P~ee.m~’~~r£~’~,~’~JNsso:, ”~:’.~ …. US ~ha:ve ,a.lready met. kngela because ,. : : …….. ‘” of ,her. -attendir g -the Town Mee tings .; ~e Boy Scouts have been ha,ving ” Kate .,Long ar.,~ Cath~ Cummings also we ek~).nd~ Campj, outs each month~thi.s Fall.have m’0ved into a house on .Arden Road. In0~t0ber they.weht,:to FOrt: ::Frederick Kate teaches elementary School in ‘ and in Novembe r they went-: ti~’%:he ” virginia; an@~s he!iSing .out with .the ” Carderock Camp Grounds. Th~ ..T;;~gOP now tutorin’g :prdg~rs~ of Home Study. ~,Cathy i ‘:~: has-Jill boys and ~ there are.:opem$,ngs : also teaches elementary 9eh0oliin :!”” ” , , ‘ LJ ” “. ‘ “. . : – g: ¢’ for. more boYS ‘to I jo±n.:An~ i,~oys aged Silver Spring~ : ……. ‘ ‘and up who are :interested ~ ahould ~ ~ ., ~ cll.ntact Ofi~ k Sp, onegei)~t 36~,2.b7,~..~####~#####:#~~-/,$J~#~#;’~,-~-~b,,%@=.i- Also’any Men wN0″i.are vintleres~ed : in, .:., GOOD ,N <UICK FOOD SHOP he.lp~ng :ou~: Sh.0~&d),. q.al,!’ :~Mr. Sponege!, ,, 7607~ ~ ~’ ‘ ” ‘: ~: (C~b-Sc.0utS ~~”.. . i -: Mon. thru Sat. 6 am to 6 pm Den i of Pack ~4~ in Cabin, John r,, Fresh ,Pastries and Meats hay e• b.:e, e,n,, ~’ ery, Lbusy f 9r: ,~ib he i~a S t: month. ##/~.,~#,.#~##### ##########~##/t#/ff/#i~### Theyi”haye :made.niq,e .gifts:<for thei~ . mother..,s f0r Chris~mas~ Tihey have .made ; Recently We nave had two deaths Ln Chr.i’st=mas. favor~ :for :”the, Child rens war’Cabin John. at Sib~ey’ilH6spita2 T,h~yhhave :made,:.; , scra~b0oks out: ef-old ~! cards andall ….. Frank Wa~ker. of ,.#23-~Ericson”Rd. the .boys have donated .an :.old :;te.y for: :~>d~i.ed<,~E.f4YJ6j6:/t!d~eI. …. ” …. ‘ ” the la~ roomat: “the’:’:Ho~~i:~’a~T’~e<‘CUb ~; ‘ M~:~”~7~.~r:”~~= ~i~d on ~q~, seo~tLs’:=’::~,rje”:,plan~ing ,!t.o go t0,:.Wes;.two0d’ 2:3. F~n@~a& services were held by the Nursi;ng Home on December” 16 to. put o~, VFW a~ ..T~son ‘Wheeler ,Funeral Home. a Puppet Show and hand out Chrisgmas Mr. S~’i,~in would have been h in Dec . : …. • . ..’.” g . • . .7 ‘ . . • fa.v.or~ for the-elderly~ The:, boys have He lived ‘at #33 ‘Erie.son Rd. al so.,~ol~!ected -t6’:f,or Chitd~re~s t{osp.: , , . ” ” ‘ ‘ “‘ ‘ -‘c~ ‘ ” ” ” ~”. ‘ ‘~”, .. ,” ” ‘ ‘ • -,~”‘;~: .<. ‘-” ‘: ..” ‘ ‘ . . o ” ~ ” ‘ ‘ ” , ” ~ ” ~ “” ‘” They…a.<.~ .p!a.nn~ng to .go caroi..~ng.. ~e , .&&&&&&&&a&&aa&a~&a&&aa&a&aa&&&&&a&&¢~ fore.. Ch:cistmas too, .’: ~: ~. ~ :< WOf4ANS D~MOCRATIC. CLUBS : • . :. . PaCk- 464 hasailso”Sta~ted~,,another ” :-.-i ” .: ‘ ,. • ….. den, .The Den .Mother is MI~s.. Lori :. : ~. The. ca’bin Joan, Womans .Democratic Glenn. The Pack nowhas.”a”‘group’of. Club’.went. tO t h~ monthlymeeting of • .. , . . x~~ . t i 34 boys, •,Anyone interested .in,joining the F,ed’e’ra ion, 3f Suburban w0mens should contact .Mys~.”G0~tha~dt ,at –:” Dem0e!~atic Club~.. It.. was held on De,.,. 3,6.~28683 o’.. …. i’ . ” ‘ ‘ ….. ‘ ~ : .”… . ~ at fl~e. new Ra.nad, a:. Inn.:-.. . ‘ ~***~.~.~i.~,$~:~,~~***~+~**,~**~,~ 0n:,o’ec.. il, t~e ‘Fede’ration is” h01(-: ‘ .”‘ IF Y0U ARE.T~VET~.fNG. v 0VER’TH~’HOLiI)hYSing .i:itsi”.;~hristm~s ..P,a.rJty “a~”.the. Bann, ck- ” I’~I~TIT~ :~AD121~.TTTrF.,V: hl~ 1^T~TTTS’ ~.4TQQ.,V/SJ’.II -….1.~,,-~,,.~ (Nl,,~,,-,:,.,c~. ,~z.o • 4’~-~ ~,–,~FI,, r.~4″lA’.,r,~

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