Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
FINAL RITES HELD FOR MISS MARYJ. BURTON Was Fatally Injured While ! Enroute To Attend Gradua- j tion Of Sister Kitzmiller, June 11—Funeral scr- Uccs Jor Miss Mary Juila T»i,, ff h am ton N Y aged 24. Binghamton. NY., ter of Mr. and Mrs. Slias accident said no Inquest was necea- sary. The truck did not stop, and the driver was probably unaware of the crash, U 1* stated. At the funeral this afternoon students students from the school attended and members of the graduating class | were pallbearers. Miss Burton had been employed as a hostess at the Arlington Hotel at New York. She was a graduate of Frostburg Slate Hpmial School Burton, j and taught school for a short time daugh- in this section. Surviving are her Silas Burton. B^n, B^n, , Vlndex, were held here this after- ; lhree s i s teri, Miss Martha Burton, noon in the Methodist Episcopal [Mrs Dorothy Smith of Westernport Church. Rev. Earl Carlson, pastor. | and Mrs. Agnes Len of New York. offlcated. Interment was In Deer Park, Md., cemetery. Miss Burton was killed early Satin Satin an auto- enroute here Flower bearers at the funeral, all members of the graduating class at the high school here were Goldle Davies, Vera Barrick. Isabelle Myers, Elizabeth Mclntosh, Lois Sowers and eraduation exercises;Elizabeth Erouches. ,w> ..,.-. o^,. Martha Burton, at; The'pallbearers included Charles Kltzmiller Hi«h School. Julia Bur- Mclntyre, Prank Vauken, Russell .,.,„ t . .,.„,. _ „.. _... _, ^- | ion (graduated from the same school!pike. Charles Mosser, Frank Adams |j n jg'jg. land M. Davis. " the ing. the car crashed into a bridge, and was almost demolished. The [bridge, located between Bald J-land Hannah, was narrow, and as Burton approached, a large trucK crossed the center of the bridge, Miss Burton and her brother. Earl! A number of persons from New Burton, also of Binghamton, lett-York, Vindex. and nearby commun- tliac place Friday night. On theljties attended the church. Tyrono-Bellefonte road nenr Bald! Eagle. Pa., early Saturday morn-I'ffjREE FROM THIS AERA A. old GET HOPKINS DEGREES jjciently to clear the bridge, At the 59ch commencement of Johns Hopkins University today m Baltimore, degrees were conferred toward hta. forcing h^^uS'SS « «a Spates among whom *,re of the road. Before he was able to Irving Rosenbaum, Jr this city get the car back on the ruad sul- doctor of mod cine James Gran LnTab^tmem^ie^orce o^thc'lm- JMacMurrap, Oakland, bachelor of the the the be. parct crushed the entire right side engineering, of the machine, tearing away the running board and breaking the side MARKIAOE LICENSES windows. Miss Burton, who is be- William' George Hall, Josephine all front o( the thrown by tri the Ruth Sanderson, Slippery Rock, Pa. Heber Gilmore Shipper, Alleen Ellwood Oss. Cumberland, Md. Samuel Luther Gray, Dorothy __^ iMaric %Villiams, Cumberland. Md. Burton was injured about the arm ; Elmer Lewis Hughes, Dorothy lieved to have been asleep at the time, was instantly killed, her head and face being crushed against the car. where she was the impact. and forehead, and was treated at the office of Dr. Edwin B. Murchison, Elizabeth Carder, Cumberland, Md. Albert May, Indian Head. Pa., Tyrone. Officials investigating the Nellie Socelia Herman, Mill Run, Pa.