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The Frederick News-Post
The Frederick News-Post
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Description: Important Local Events of the Year - July 1925

Date: July Various 1925

Newspaper published in: Frederick, Md.

[Transcriber's Note: In 1926, The Frederick News and Post issued a yearbook that republished a brief summarization of local events that they reported during the year. This transcription does not include all items selected by the News and Post for republication. It does, however, include those items that mention individuals or businesses, that are historically significant, or otherwise worthy of mention.]

Important Local Events of the Year - July 1925

Jul 4: Quiet celebration of Fourth of July.

Jul 4: M. Scott STARR, 28, cashier of People's Bank, Liberty, dies of heart failure while swimming in Potomac.

Jul 8: A. L. LEARY, principal of Denton High School, appointed successor to Prof. William K. KLINGAMAN as principal of Frederick High School.

Jul 12: Rev. Dr. J. Paul WRIGHT dies suddenly at his home.

Jul 12: Robert SHROYER given 10 lashes for wife-beating.

Jul 12: Herringbone parking system put into use in city.

Jul 18: Extension of West Second street started.

Jul 18: Home of Charles W. ZIMMERMAN entered and robbed.

Jul 21: David B. EDMONSTON buys SMITH property, East Second Street, for new photographic studio.

Jul 23: Harry LEATHERMAN and Arthur RICE participants in Myersville tar case, paroled.

Jul 26: Over 25,000 persons at dedication of new Odd Fellows Home, North Market Street; Governor RITCHIE, Joseph D. BAKER, and H. Dorsey ETCHISON among speakers.

Jul 29: Citizens' Bank of Keedysville robbed of $1,021; Milton GROVE arrested in Frederick and money recovered.

Submitted: 08/27/07 (Edited 08/27/07)

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