Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1945 · Page 5
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, February 18, 1945
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IS, lfl-15 FIVE Obituary Mrs. E. Haney Mrs. Lyda E. Haney. 65, of 327 Pennsylvania avenue, died yesterday afternoon In Memorial Hospital, where she was admitted February 14. Mrs. Hancy was employed at tile Memorial Hospital. . Mrs. Hancy was the widow of Orris Grant Haney and ft daughter of the late Marcellus and Anna (Jeffries) Messenger. She was a native of Preston county, \V. Va. Surviving is n ri&t/^hier, Mrs. Susie Blanche Norris, al home. The body will remain at Stein's funeral home until Tuesday morning when it will be taken to Terra Alta, W. Va., for services at the Pike mid Watson funeral home at a P.; m. - : • -.-.;' .Mrs. Mary C. Troulniaii : ., Til for the past several years! Mrs. Man 1 Catherine Troiitman, ,79, died yesterday morning at her home, Fort Ashby, \V. Va. She was the widow, of Shannon Troutmnn, who died nine years ago. She is ' survived by iug brothers and sisters—Airs. Gm- rude Hutton, of Pittsburgh; Richard, oi California; Vernon, of Michigan, and Mrs. Peggy Scotler, uf Cumberland, Md., and his father, A. M. Denison, of St. George. The body will .be brought to Aurora Preston county, for burial, with services Sunday afternoon. Frederick 1'feiffer Hiles ' Prostburg, Feb. 17—Services were held this afternoon in Washington, D. C., for Frederick Pfeiffer, 76, native and former resident of Frostburg, v who died Thursday niehl at his home, «0l Ninth street North West, Washington, after an illness of several years, Interment will be in a Washington cemetery, A son of the late John find Martha Pfeiffer, this city, he spent hi* boyhood in Frostburg. While employed as a mine worker he studied music and, after playing for several years with the Arion Band, joined the United States Navy and became " member of the famous United were Joseph Fisher, Voss Adams, Manuel Tuya. Howard Blackburn, 1 Thomas Kelly and Ralph Biggs. Craigeji Wilbur, at home; Hairy, Cumber land; Dewey. Vandcgrift, Pa.;- and Stanley E. Troutman, Fori Ashby; a daughter, Mrs. O. L. Bennett. Pittsburgh; six brothers. John and Ralph Skelly, Crcsaptown; Michael »nd Charles, city; Samuel and Jos- spiv Pinto; a .sister, Mrs. Delair Umsiott, Shore Gap, \V. Vs.. and 19 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. • The body is at the home of Stanley E. Troutman. Alvah U]iole Services will be held Tuesday at 4 p. m. at the Hafer Funeral Home for Alvah Upole. SO, of Eas»«an road, .near Nave's crossroads who died yesterday morning in Allegany 'George E. Bauglunan. four sons i SlatM Marine Band, wiih head. ^ i ' Ol]flr(Pr.<; in U'neHmot/vi - Hospital pastor of First Methodist Church! will officiate, and interment will be In HiUcrest Burial Park. Mr. Upole had been in ill health tor four, years. Pie was a member of Cumberland Lodge No. 245. Fraternal Order of Eagles. Surviving are his wife. Mr.s ; Mamie i George) Upole; a daughter, Miss Pauline Upole..and a son. Carl' Upolo. both of Cumberland; a sister, Mrs. Robert Lee. Deer Park, two brothers, Joseph and . Ertpar Upole. Mt. Lake Park, and a stepson. 851-. Gladys Patch, in France. Two grandchildren ako survive. Frank Hilc Rites Services were held yesterday afternoon at Cresaptown Pentecostal Church for Frank Hue. 65. retired Celar.ese employe, who died Wednesday aft.en-.oon. The Rev. Ira Moore, pastor, ofli- ciaibd. and interment was In HiH- crr?t Burial Park. Fallbcnrers wore Andrew Fer"Uson. C. E. Stottlemyer. J. B. Boor. John Cecil. George McKenzie and Harold Nichols'. Mrs. Spikrr Kftes Services were held yesterday af- I ternoon at, the home of her daiieh- ' fpr. Mrs. Carllpn Hank?. 1 457 \vil-' liam? street,, for Mrs. Rebecca Spi- krr. 82. who died Thursday niorn- Ir.c ai Memorial Hospital." The Hrv. William A. Eisenberper, pastor of First Prcsbyrnrian Church, oiticialeri. arid interment was in Ro.'-r Hill cemetery. • . . ; Pallbearers were Lee Moore. John ' Smith. John Cookerly, Richard ° Matthews. William Stein; Edward! Hhinri. Joseph Gcrdeman and! Grorao Zink. . - ' Edward Robinson i Services will he held this afternoon ! at. 2 p. m. at the Stein Funeral 1 home for Edward Robinson, 76. of [ 145 Wineow street, who died Wed-1 npfriay at his home of a heart at- i tack. i The Rev. Ramsey M. Bridges; pas-i , tor of McKenciree Methodist. Church' will officiate, and interment will be •' In Sunnier cemetery. Genrse M. McCune Rites A requiem mass was held yestcr- \ day morning in SS. Peter and Paul! Catholic Church for George M. Me-' Cune. 76. of : 314 Jackson street. Pittsburgh, who died in thai city last Tuesday. The Rev. Ircnacus Rein!; O.F.M.' Cap : . pastor, -was celebrant, and in- j ferment was in the church ccme- ' • tery. Mr. MrCune was the broUinr-in-' . Inw of Mrs, M. L. Slcgmaier, 40R North Centre street. ; IT. A. Miller Ri(r s . . Services were held yesterday nf- . ternopn in Elliott Memorial Mo I ho. Church. Hnzen roan, for Hanson A.- Miller, 71. employe of the' Liberty Cleaners and Dyers. life "'no was found dnad at his residence.; Hazon rnad, Wednesday eveninp . i . The Rev. ,J. William : Merchant.' pa.=ior, officiated, and interment was in Zinn Memorial Burial Park. : Pallbearers were Holmes H. Cessna, Raymond B. Fey, c. Albert, Stnotiscj Claude Twizo, ' Sheridan ; Miles and William Neil! : : Lawrence Dcnisnn Rowlfsbiirg. W. Va.. Feb. 16—1/uv- rencn Denison, 46, branch manager of the Hoover Sweeper Company at Boston, Mnss., a former resident ', of Preston county, disci in Newton; Hospital, Boston. Thursday moniiiiF He is survived by his widow, the • former Miss Grace Teets, and three: •children. Pvt. Pat. serving:in the; Air Carps': in England: Nancy'anc! i Franl:1iii at. hnmo. and the fbllow- quaners in . He remained with the band until attaining the age of retirement anci continued his residence in Washington. : . . Survivors incUtde his widow; two brothers, William Pfeiffer, of Anna- polls, a former member of the United States Naval Academy Band, and Philip Pfeiffer, Detroit, Mich. Mr. Pfeiffer was n brother of the late Dr. J. G. Pfeiffer, prominent Froslburs dentist who died several years ago. .: Leo E. Carney Riles Westemport, Feb. 17 —Services for Leo E. Carney, 55, of 413 Hammond street, who died Wednesday at a veterans hospital, Aspinwall, Pa., were held this morning with requiem High Mass at St. Peter's Services were nt'M yesterday in v ^,*^ the chapel of St. Michael and Alii ( V , Ant-els Protestant Episcopal church, " atlvc OI Baltimore, for Miss Emily Williams Craven, who died Wednesday in Washington. Burial was In Druid Ridge -.cemetery. . •• Miss Crnigcn was a native oi Cumberland, the daughter of the late Dr. William J. and Rebecca (Puc) Craigen. She resided in Baltimore from 1905 until 1935, when tonlo Petros (Tony) James,''52, who died -suddenly Friday morning at his home. Interment will be in Odd Follows Cemetery, Nethken Hill. son of the late Lewis and Mr. James was a ... _- >, Greece, and came to the United States in 1921. He war employed by the Garrctt Coal Corn- , she went to live in Washington. Miss Cralgen was a descendant of General Ely Williams and the Ridgelys of Hampton on her maternal side. Her great-grandfather, on her parental side, was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Charles Roeder Grant, Chevy Chase, and Miss Claim Rldgely Pue Craigen, Baltimore, and a nephew, Charles Roeder Grant., Jr. : , : : . John C. YaiJglian Kcyser, W. Va., Feb. 17—John G. Vaughan, 83, died February 16, at 5:30 p. m. in Charleston, W. Va. He was born In England, and came to this country when a small boy with his parents, Samuel H. and Mary W. Vaughan. He was well known in the Georges Creek region, and served as Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of West Virginia. He is survived by two sons, Dewiii: and Herbert Vaughan, and one step-daughter, Mrs. Marie Rowland, all of Charleston, W. Va., and one sister, Mrs. Effie Robert-1 son, of Wilkensburg, Pa. • Funeral services will be conducied Sunday afternoon in Charleston, W. Va. ' -'.-•- .. '.' j Infant Boy Dies Frostburg, Feb. 17 — George Ellis j Dom, three-and-a-half-momhs-old i son of Mr. and Mrs. George E.| - pany and w'as a member of the local union. United Mine Workers of America. ;. : Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Tina Beulah 'Knotusi James, and eight children, Pvt. Conrul James, U. S. Army tn India; Hugh Clifton, Maxine, Lcona. Beatrice, Excava, Derfy and Larry Keith. Three other children are deceased. . ' Kiics Tor Infant . '•';': Frostburg, Fob, 17 — Services for Ronald Joseph Lloyd. 31-monlhs- old son of Blanch Lloyd, who died Wednesday morning, were held yesterday afternoon from the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Lloyd, Grant street. Rev. Walter V. Simon, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, officiated, and interment was In Allegany cemetery. Pallbearers were Milton Jones, Bobby Lloyd, Glenn Ray Greening and Samuel Scarpelli and flower bearers were Donald Uoyd. Thomas Walker and Nolle Hlleman, C. M. Smeuse Kites Frast.burg, Feb. IV — Services for Charles M. Smouse, 72, who died Wednesday at his home, 117 Bowery street, were held yesterday afternoon from the residence. Rev. J. F. Zimmerman, pastor of First Congregational Church, was in charge. Pallbearers were Gurney Coleman Charles Smeltz, Edwin Grim, David Jenkins, Henry Stecle and Charles Smith. Interment wus in Allegany cemetery. .. . • ..•'• -. • ':.. ... .• v Charles Valentine •'"•' '''•:'•' Charles Valentine, 74, McKenzie apartments, Narrows Park, riled last night at 8:55 o'clock ul Memorial Hospital about an hour after being admitted. He had been unableUo work for some time. " .. . : : . A son of the late ': James., andj Elizabeth Valentine, :he is'-'survived by his widow, Mrs, Lillie (.Welsh) Valentine. : ; : .: :.. •• .:. Women »»War Service S-SRl. Harold M. - Howclpi shell, husband of Mrs. Martha bee (Young) Huwdershell, 320 Cecelin street, recently .enjoyed a . "recess" from aerial wurftirc at an Air Sor- vice Conuiifljid home in England. The local airmail 'li;i< completed 20 missions, over Ntizi-dum- inaied Eurojw. Before entermt; the Army he wns employed as a siiinner by the Ctilanese' Corporal ion of America.- . . Anplher local airman. Stat! Sjjt. Jaseph T. Smm. husband ' of Mif Jo.-.oph Sirna. Vii-jjinla ivvenue, »Lso recently euJoyce! a "rocesi" tiom aerial warfare at a rest resort some- Hobbs, N. M Cumplc-don of transition : tmtninj; quHlifit'fi where In England. S-S;;t, Slnin lmt>|Pnti«r«on a.s'a Flying Forirw* c< ; completed L'-l missions over Europe.jmn.ndcr. HP nflj. rcwcnl^toiieri ; He WHS formerly employed |U> a i received Ins. .pilot wings tit L, guard by the Kelly-Sprinsfleld TiiPJFi^ki. Ariz. Jiuuutry •!. 1013 ' Company. . . = Ablution -Cadoi .laseph E, H Sgi, Kay J. EiuL'rick, U3, oi Hj'liri-j AllogniVy Grove,. K<line 1, Ci'v. man. P.i., son of Mrs Mabel Kme;-i lioen iranslcri'ocS irom Shaw Kiick, K'cently relunied lo the United j.Sumter, S. C. KI Nup'nri- Ki • States aftpr Mjrvlni; 32 numtlw Hi! liothuii. Aln.. lor umanrod trsin: llif Asiutie-Piicific Uirntrc of opern- He U tin 1 soli n'r Mi. and Mv*. 1- tiitw as n p)ioLbgis))hrr. Me is lo- J BPIJ! '".'•- cuitKt-at. present; at. Hie rt-uistrlbu- stuti S«t CharU- H Seii"cr i lion .station at. AllauU^ City. N. ,7.;, iush)llid () , \^ Bt ^. s^^i i lie was » formrr CeluncM' employ.- : Arch Alu . c t; sr.B soi!'o.' Mn 1,.'' Lictit'. .Chark'.s L. PslUM.son. siin.Sclvw-, 238 Nonh Mi'chdnu- tii. of Mr. and.Mrs. Cliarlc.s K. Paiu-r- t takinn )>r<<-eoinliui iraiiiiii^-ii: son. tlil.s cfiy;-lifts'' completeci. ilit :uul. gunjicr <>l « H-17. «-Hii Afmy Air Kttrccs Tfuintnjj' Coin- j Ki^htli AAF, He \v:i- ; lormerlv t mand's. Jour-enginp. s>Uoi (nsiviltiuni ployed oy the. A'.A: P Company 4 I course at Hobbs Annv All Firlri, rui^rcii the. Army'In JSHIM: . J; When washing cut glass or press-! ed glass articles, apply sudsy water j with a small hand brush to get into the crevices. ON". SALE MONDAY AT 9 A. M. Cumberland'. Fine.. Apparel Sfore , *- - ^"" *^iv* ^3 .lull »Jl AVII. nliu iviid. Ijuuiut; £.. • Catholic Church. The Rev. Charles Dom. Wellersburg. Pa., died this! Qumn. assistnnt pastor, was cele- morning in Miners Hospital here.i Qrant and the Rev. 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