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 - 4--The Cumberland Km Monday, JUM 15, 1964...
4--The Cumberland Km Monday, JUM 15, 1964 Deaths And Funeral Notices In The Tri-State Area WILLIAM H. KIRBY ECKHART -- William H. Kirby, 67, died Friday at a tavern he operated here. . Born in Eckhart, he was a son lumbia of the late William and Mary day at MRS. VERNON W. CONNER Mrs. Bertha May Conner, 72, wife of Vernon W. Conner, 841 Co- Avenue, died Satur- M e m o r i a l Hospital Isabelle (Walsh) Kirby. He was where she was admitted Monday, a member of St. Michael's Cath- Born ,,, T ,,_,, Pa _ hB u , ne . olie Church and Froslburg L o d g e . u l ,° peZ Pa " she *** a 470, BPO Elks. daughter of the late Truman and Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ellen (Adams) Ross. Mrs. Con- t «,,,,,,,, C13 Wlll « ruuu;ll ura . Mildred (Bone) Kirby; a son, Wil- ner was a member of the Church hame, Cecil Grahame, Eugene ham R. Kirby, Washington; aj 0 f., t he Latter Day Saints and of Grahame and Carl Paugh, nauBhter. Miss Marv M. Kn-hv .. _ . . . . n,.^~t ,,_,,!,,_ GRAHAME SERVICE A service for Janet Marie Gra- hame, five years, of RD 3, city, who died Friday in Memorial Hospital will be conducted at 9 a. m. today at the Stein Fu- neral Home with Rev. James Hobbs, assistant pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church officiat- ing. Pallbearers will be Patrick Gra- Roaring Springs, where he had been a patient three days. .._... ... _,,..,,.,, ., uu .,.,, i ull , «»|un ine leaner uay s daughter, Miss Mary M. Kirby,I,,., r,.,,,.. c . , at home, and a sister, Mrs. ThorrV'"' 6 Pythlan Slsters ' as Reinhart, Cumberland. Surviving, besides her husband, The body is at the Durst Fun-;are a son, George L. Martin, Par- eral Home Frostburg. jkersburg, W. Va.; a stepson, Don- A requiem mass will be cele- aid Conner, Hyndman; three brated t o d a y at 10:30 a. m. at stepdaughters, Mrs. Eloise Stouf- St. Michael's Catholic Church. In- for, Beaver Falls, Pa.; Mrs. Betty terment will be in the parish ceme- L. Tressler, Butler, Pa., and Mrs. Mary Derryberry, Pittsburgh; terv. _... all great uncles. WILBUR L. PORTMESS Wilbur Lee Portmess, 77, of 207 New Hampshire Avenue, died Fri- day night in Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient two months. Born in Okonoko, W. Va., he was a son of the late Charles and Ad- c , j. J- rnxowiiij-- J.. r i aim £«nu, fo, Mewart, 80, died Saturday at Win- died Saturday at Tucker County «, ui nuumo mms, nu ers Hospital where she had been Hospital following a long illness, yesterday at Mason Hospital, a patient since March 24. R 'i-.^.-t « moo ;,, r-«i.,TMi,- Rnarina sm-inoc u ,h n ,. Q w v,,^ B o r n . i n Eckhart, she was a B orn August 1, 1888 in Columbia nPhtor nf th» i a t « T=^~, j Furnace, Va., he was a son of the ugnier 01 the late James and i_ f »r u«i \»» j \* /»*·! Harriett (Porter) Carter and wid- at ! Nicholan W. and Mae (Mil- «»,, ^ DO,,/,*. D e*--~~t »» lerj jjarD, He was a member of Parsons icLuuuii!. V.HUH.-II. Lodge 139, fOOF, and St. John's Surviving are a brother, J. Wil- Methodist Church ow of . . Stewart was a member of Eckhart Methodist Church. * , i **i.ui j j_*j j y JL/CI j y i j; liiauui £ U , .. -- Pallbearers will be Samuel Tac-!three brothers, Floyd and Charles dle B - (Wlser) Portmess. He was cino, William C. Kirby, RoberPRoss, both of Baltimore, and Burr:P receied '" death by his wife, the Kirby, Thomas Reinhart, -Johri'W. Ross, Mannlngton, W. Va., i2' f o r m e r Louise E. McElfish. Mr. Herman, Francis Lewis, Leo Dil- : grandchildren and a great-grand-! Por{mess was a veter an of World ley and Joseph Carter. ''child W ar I and a retired employe of The body is at residence. "* BaltimorHe a " d ,. 0hio TMTM* d ., , , ,, , , Company. He held membership 1 uesday at 1 p.m., the body will | in the Brotherhood of Railroad MRS. RANCE P. STEWART ECKHART - Mrs. Fannie P. Stewart. Mrs. liam Carter, Clarksburg, W. Va., a nephew and five nieces. The body is at the Durst Fun- ther Company and had also op- era) Home, Frostburg where crated a grocery store in Parsons a service will be conducted today for 20 years. at 2 p. m. with Rev. William An . _ _ _ , i;ni 10 out T J v cu uj u i o n lUUYY i derson officiating. Interment will Mrs. Bessie (Gilmore) Barb; two be in the Eckhart Cemetery. sons , Charles F. Barb, of Par- sons and Robert L. Barb, Elkins; ROBERT E. REDINGER EVERETT--Hobert E. Reding- a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy'Phillips', er, 54, of RD 1, Clearville, Pa., Pittsburgh; two brothers, Rodney died Friday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Opal Barnes, General Insurance and Real Estate __ £ . . _ _ CarlF.Schmutz Associates, Inc. 16 S. Liberty St. (First Floor) Tel. PA 4-0880 , * -- - r -- j "-"ua me UIULUCUIUUU ui nauroao r j- be taken to the Latter Day Saints! Carmen Redinger. Church for services at 2 p. m. Surviving are two sons, Wayne Interment will be in Rose HHllp. Portmess, Mexico Farms, and s two! Branch President Harvey Bragg daughters, Mrs. Beulah Born February 19, 1910, in Southampton Township, Bedford six grandchildren and one great- County, he was a son of the late --···-' Raymond and Mary P. (Miller) Besides Mrs. Barnes, he is sur- vived by his widow, Mrs. Myrtle ~ ; four will conduct the service and pall- 1 Buffalo Mills, Pa., and Mrs * · -- j ers, Roy Shou P- Spring, W. - , ., , bearers will be Paul Peterson, Geraldine Slaton, city, 16 grand- ? r Ba TMf e y. ^- J -j i| Ronald Reynolds, D. W. Back- children and four great-grandchil- lTng l r '.. Cumbe ^ a "^ an ^ Cllff/ord ...man. M. T. Nelson. D. J. Perkins dren. J. Redinger. Hollidaysburg; five and L. C. Evans The Pythian Sisters will C on-' Funeral Home. i duct a memorial service today at °~~" : : " The body is at the Scarpelli 7 p. m. at the residence MIEN'S )/ PHARMACY 243 Virginia Ave OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAYS Services will be conducted there today at 2 p. m. by Rev. Jack E. Stouffer and interment will be in t -"«t* j av * LJ, in, u v A \ c V « O Ct^JJt fit, r** » * · ! T% T^ i » ,,, ._ . olX JVillP rtlin Ps fin n Afl r*c Tva Stouffer and interment will be in ^ tv , ' · , , , Lybarger Cemetery, Madley, Pa. D $\ Cumberland and four grand- roiiKo n »» ,.,:ii i m i eniiaren. Let Beneficial put n in your pocket today Planning a vacation at the beach? In the mountains? Or, maybe a visit to the World's Fair? With cash from Beneficial, you can take advantage of today's exciting vacation opportunities, Ptiotw ( ow -- or come in. Get your casH end get ft fast -- during Beneficial's Golden Anniversary celebration. BENEFICIAL 1914- FINANCE SYSTEM 1964 Loans.up to $1500 on Signature, Furniture « Car Beneficial Finance Co. of Cumberland 29 BALTIMORE STREET, CUMBERLAND Phone: 722-0721 · Ask for the YES MANager Lo, nS o«r $300 mad* under the Maryland lndu«rfal Fm.flc. Act © SENEFICIAl MNANCE CO. 1944 will be Charles Bockhouse, John Shoup, Ernest Keller, Lloyd Johnson, Harvey Johnson and Stanley Waiker. RAYMOND R. FERGUSON Raymond R. Ferguson, a form- er resident, died suddenly Satur- ;day at his home, 174 Argonne 'Avenue, Long Beach, Calif. While a resident here he was a representative of the Packard Company in the early 20's, He is survived by his wife, Sarah A. Ferguson, a son, Ray- mond Ferguson Jr., Long B«ach; two stepsons, Carl R. Vogel, Long Beach, and Harry L. Vogel, city, and a brother in Baltimore. Service and interment will take place Wednesday in Long B«ach. WALTER S. HEATH ROWLESBURG, W. Va.--Walter Scott Heath, 76, of Buffalo Creek, died Sunday in Preston Memorial Hospital, Kingwood, where he had been a patient since Friday. A native of Rowlesburg, he was a son of the late Jefferson D. and Lona L. (Hardesty) Heath. Mr. Heath was a retired foreman for the Alpha-Portland Cement Com- pany and was affiliated Christ Methodist Church. with Surviving are his widow, Mar- tha (Severed Heath; three sons, Raymond Healh, Silver Spring, Md., and Howard and James Heath, both of Rowlesburg; three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Nine, Brown's Mill, N. J.; Mrs. Faye Dixon, Erie, Pa., and Mrs. Berna- dine Ashburn, Rowlesburg; a sis- ter, Mrs. Mabel Stewart, Terra Alta; a brother, Carl Heath, Cresaptown, and six grandchil- dren. The body will be at the resi- dence after 3 p. m. today. S e r v i c e s will be conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. by Rev. A. J. Young and Burial will be in Eglon Cemetery. No other car in its price class has all its common-sense features like . . . ARMOR GUARD FRAME-to «tron fl you can feel it in the ride, feel security in its protection. Armor Guard means full box sections and massive side rails, like those used on luxury cars. Both body and , John T J - R - Earl Red- sisters, Mrs. Fern Mock, Sproul, ~ Mrs. R. P. Edwards, and Alma Heavener, both of Mrs. Mary Bussard, Mrs. Services will be conducted to- day at 2 p. m. at Chaneys- ville Pentecostal Church with Rev. Hazel DeVore and Rev. J. Keller officiating. Interment will be in Ml. Zion Cemetery. The body is at the Conner Fu- neral Home. MRS. E. FLORENCE LEONARD Mrs. E. Florence Leonard, 82, of 159 Polk Street, died Saturday at Sacred Heart Hospital. Born in Cumberland, she was a daughter of the late Charles J. and Margaret A. (Vicroy) San- ders. She was a member of St. Pat- rick's Catholic Church, the Sodal- ity of the church and was a char- ter member of Court Cardinal Gibbons, Catholic Daughters of America. She had also served as a Red Cross Gray Lady. Mrs. Leonard is survived by a son, J. Walter Leonard, at home: two daughters, Mrs. Rob- ert Chisolm, Cumberland, and Mrs. William Giles. Miami, Fla.; a foster daughter, Mrs. Jeff Fer- rell. Glen Burnie; six grandchild- ren and six great-grandchildren. The body is at the Right Fune- ral Home where friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. The Sodality and the CDA will recite the rosary there today at 8 p. m. A requiem mass will be cele- brated tomorrow at 9 a. m. at St Patrick's Church and interment will be in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. HIRAM D. LIKENS PETERSBURG - Hiram Dell Likens, 88, of Williamsport died Saturday at Grant Memorial Hos- pital. He had been in ill health for some time. Born in Grant County he was a son of the late George and Nancy -T. (Rinker) Likens. Twice mar- ried he was preceded in death by both wives Nannie Lee (Smith) and Amanda Jane (Rinker) Lik- ens. Surviving are two daughters, j Mrs. Arbutus Harris, Ellicott City, Md,, and Mrs. Cora G a y ' Nell, Baltimore: a son, William B. Likens, Williamsport, with whom he resided; six grand- children and three great grand- children. The body is at the Schaeffer Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 7 until 9 p.m. today. Mr. Likens was a member of Harness Run Church of the Brethren where a service will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. Rev. L. J. Bucher will officiate and interment will be in Lahmans- ville Cemetery. The body will be taken to the church one hour be- fore the service. T. FRANK BARB PARSONS-T. Frank Barb, 75, ELMER H. HOUSEL HYNDMAN -- Elmer H. 78, of Buffalo Mills, RD 1, died He was a retired employe of the Parson's Branch Armour Lea- He is survived by his widow, * --- i emu wuicii iieeua He was a son of the late pro and Mary (Miller) Housel. A tired B 0 employe .he was member of the Brotherhood Of Maintenance of Way and of of A, Charlesville. -- -- containing f A, Charlesville ^ serv j ng . and He is survived by three Ross Robert and Samuel Housel, a A. Barb, Parsons and Claude R. Barb, Charleston, S.C.; two sis- ters, Mrs. Howard Long and Mrs. Virginia .Patch, both of Parsons; all of Claysburg; two sisters, Virgil Ranker, New Paris, andi Mrs. Emma Smith, Buffalo Mills] RD 1. I The body is at the Zeigler neral Home where friends will|j be received today from 7 until p.m. and tomorrow from 2 until and 7 until 9 p.m. j A service will be conducted Pleasant Ridge Wednesday at 2 grandchild. The body !s at the EUB Church! 1 p.m. Rev. J.H Howard Smith of Ellerslie will; officiate and interment will be (Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. The' Green-\^° d - w l l t ^ taken to the reen- lief Funeral Home where a service' at J P- m - Wednesday. will be conducted today at 2 p. m.! (Continued on page by Rev. A. L. Harman and the' Rev. Meade Gutshall will officiate and interment will be in Parsons City Cemetery. Parsons Lodge 39 IOOF will conduct graveside rites. MRS. PHILLIP TOM Mrs. Elizabeth Tom, 31, of East Meadow, Long Island, N. Y., died Saturday at Meadowbrook Hos- pital there. Born in Lonaconing, she was a daughter of Charles W. and El- mira (Morton) Tipton, of Cum- berland. Prior to moving to New York, she was employed at the Cum- berland Credit Bureau and was a member of the Class of 1950 of Central High School, Lonaconing. She was a member of the East Meadow Baptist Chapel. Mrs. Tom Is survived by her husband, Phillip Tom, a son James Tom, at home; a daugh- ter, Barbara Tom, at home; five brothers, Joseph M. Tipton, Char- les W. Tipton and Denver E. Tip- ton, all of Cumberland, Kenneth L. Tipton, Beaville, Texas and John 0. Tipton, Jacksonville, Fla. and three sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Cosgrove, Bloomington; Mrs. Dwight Simpson, Cumberland and Mrs. Edward Kalbaugh, Western- port. The body will be at the Scar- pelli Funeral Home today. Home-Baked Flavor BLUE RIBBON SUNBEAM IS TOPS IN TASTE. Mad* wifh th« choicest, purest country- fr«ih ingr«di«nti -- lik* you would pick for your own kitchen. And baked with just as much care. 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Clipped from The Cumberland News15 Jun 1964, MonPage 4

The Cumberland News (Cumberland, Maryland)15 Jun 1964, MonPage 4
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