Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 25, 1945 · Page 5
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, February 25, 1945
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915 Obituary Mr* Mrs. Anni* William Ik Crtsap. (N«B) Crfsap, wife ot dted ,, at their home there, 821 Bast Thirty Third »treet. Interment was in London Park cemetery Friday. Mr*. Cresap was Miss Annie A. Neff, ft native of Cumberland. Among her survivors besides the husband, two sons and a daughter in Baltimore, is a sister, Mrs. C. b. Owens, this city. Mr. and Mrs. Cresap moved to Baltimore a quarter century ago. The former was tonnected With the Baltimore, Washington and Annapolis Railway until its suspension, at which time additional services will be conducted jat 11 o'clock. The Rev. Clarence. W. IPrakcr, pastor of Swanton United Brethren Church, will officiate, and he retired from all business activity. Interment will be In the Georce Mrs. Cresap was a siitcr of the late cemetery, at Swantpn Edward R. Neff, one time City Commissioner. M«. Martha V. SweitKr A short service will be held tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock at ™ " -----a •"•* w • wi/ ~u wii^n^n. «. \ 4-tCO4UCO ITil J, £jClliUUWCL , W Lit I the home of her daughter, Mrs. Earl whom she made her home, Mrs. Zembower, Braddock Farms, LnVnle, for Mrs. Martha Virginia (Friend) daughters—Mrs. T. K. Stealey, Mrs. Sweitzer, 69, widow of Jeremiah Sweitzer, who died of a heart attack yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. Zembower. The Rev. George E. Baughman, pastor of First Methodist Church, will officiate. The body will then be taken to the Methodist church at Swnnton, where ' MORTGAGE LOANS I BANK SERVICE FOR PRESENT AND PROSPECTIVE NOME OWNERS ..;• You needn't be a depositor to obtain a Mortgage Loan here. Our loan service is flexible; it can be fitted 1o your individual needs. Our aim is to moke home financing or refinancing as simple, pleasant and inexpensive as possible and to help make complete home ownership available to you within-the shortest practical time. You are always welcome here ond we invite you to comeTn ot any time to discuss your mortgage problem. Why not come "MI and talk it over with us now? '• ' ':' • I . The Commercial Savings Bank ' City Hall Square . , Cumberland, Maryland Member Ftdttal Deposit Insuranct Corporation Carlton Lobr, Mrs. Lloyd White nncl Mrs. Arnold D. Twigg, all of Cumberland, and Mrs. Dayton Murphy, of Westernport; three sons, Leonard and Fred Sweitzer, this city, and Staff Sgt: Mllltird J. Sweitzer, with the Army in France; 1G grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mrs. MJnkc Kilos X requiem mass for Mrs, Margaret T. (Hipp) Minke, 70, who died Thursday morning at her home, 214 Rlverview place, was held yeatttrdaj' morning in SS. Peter %nd Paul Catholic Church, with th« Her. Noel Trojan, O. P. M. Cap., celebrant. Interment was In the church teme- tery. " ' ' - : . • Pallbearers were Pavl F. Minke, Joseph A. Minke, Joseph T. Steele, P. A. Meyers, Edward p. Wegman and Simon K.' Carroll. Levi C. Jenkins Services for Lcvt C. Jenkins, 49, a former resident of Cumberland, who died Thursday In a Baltimore hospital, will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. at the Hater Funeral Home, with the Rev. George E. Baughman, pastor of First Methodist Church, 'Tomorrow's Pof/cy Toe/ay" RESIDENCE LIABILITY INSURANCE INSURES YOU AND MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY AND UP TO TWO RESIDENCE EMPLOYEES if S10.00 Annually V 1 . ; ^ $25.00 Three Years if For Basic Limits and Exposure froreclion is afforded against cloimt for:—Bodily injuries su5rnin«d by members of th« public and your resident* employees - - - Damage to the property of others - 1 - - arising because of: The use of your dwelling, the perscnc! acts of yo'-'r::!f (spouis, orsd minor children) - - - ; For Further Details Consult— JOHN J. STUMP Mrs. SweJtzer, a former resident of Swanton, was the daughter of the late Andrew G. and Mahala {Browning) Friend. • Besides Mrs. Zembower, with Sweitzer is survived by five other Another Zenith Advance in Hearing Aid Style! luttrcul tforollti Atnplifitf — H« fcrtr* C.tti officiating. Interment will be In HjHcrcst Burial Park, • Mr. Jenkins was a locomotive engineer at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds. . ... . Mrs. rani Oit The body of Mrs. Ruth Bleanor OU, 39, wife of Paul Ott, 23 Laing avenue, who died j'esterday morning FIVE *»rlLJlll-, rk41U VJH-U J'^O^CIUajr UI»Jl UJllg .1*4^. J-lill/lLal, WJmiUll, Ul WillUll PlLl, at her home, will be taken this at- Howard was a member, and inter •• - — • - - menc was in the cemetery there. Georjre M. Nixon fkrvlces will be held Tuesday nt p. m. at the Hafor Funeral Home for George Marshall Nixon, 83, of North Branch, who died yesterday jat his home after H lingering illness.-. . ;. The Rev. Joseph W. Young, pastor of Mapleside Methodise Church, will officiate, and interment will be In Davis Memorial cemetery. Mr. Nixon is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ella R. .(Arnold) Nixon; lour Howard, and several cousins resid- ter of Norman V. and Muriel (Buling in Cumberland, among them'foixi) Scott, 105 Grand avenue, died Mrs. '-.. B. McLauehlln, Cleveland last night Rt Memorial Hosplta!, """ " Cunningham, wliore she was admitted yesterday. , Dolph Smith The family came here from Rowles- and Miss Mazio Robinctte, Bedford ' street. Services were held at the Russell- vllle Baptist Church, of which Mr Dccimir Mrs. Alfred street; Mrs U-rnoon from the Stein Funeral Home on the noon train to Oakland, where it will be removed to the Bolden Funeral Home pending arrangements. •;•.-.•• : . Mrs. Ott was an employe of Rosenbaum Brothers store and was active in nurses aide work ; She is survived besides her husband, by a son, Jennings Ott, serving with ihe Army in France; a daughter, Mrs. Louise Krampf, of this city; her father and stepmother, and seven brothers and a sister, all or Butler, Pa. J. A. Knlppenberf Kites Services lor James A. Knippenberg, 58, B. and O. Railroad passenger engineer, who resided at Hammersmith's Hotel, Queen City Pavement, and who died Wednesday evening in Memorial Hospital, were held yesterday afternoon ai the George Funeral Home, comer of Greene and Smalhvood streets, with the Rev. S. Rcgester Neel, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was in Mt. Hprmon cemeiery. ••••••-. Pallbearers, all nephews of the deceased, were John, Ernest, Ralph F., Allen, Gilbert and Robert Knippenberg. : • Mrs. Ida Eury Services will be held "Tuesday at _ p. m. at the Salvation Army Citadel North Mechanic street, for Mrs. ftia Eury, 53, of 310 Grand avenue, who died Friday afternoon. Burial will be held in Rose Hill cemetery, daughter of and Anna burs. W. Va. Joseph Hean Joseph Bean, 52, Barton, died last night in Memorial Hospital, where he was admitted February 4. He was a construction worker for the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, Luke. .. • '••'.-. • Kciiew Bruce Contract | a wartime bonus Trw r\ K ur» is th For Five-Vcar I'.M'io.J 1 '" 10 ns «>" ".">>• .in -effect- Unit, lso has l he LUSC of ihe house on Hi ' The directors of': ihe Evitts Oreck; Water Company JHUT' itpproved ti e renewal of the contract with J. Bruce, waterworks Ukl " 1'i'operly. He 1* in tv- year ns WBterworkj . , ^ !or a period of five years starting March 1 The contract,• subject to Fnrrst management, whirl) per l continued timber crops, war ap-1 first n'ljoruxj in America In proval of ihe Mayor nnd. :C<>un(..ll.;biil only in '.he past lew decade calls for a salary of $3,306 including I JKLS it bivmn sous, Robert D., city; George North Branch; Pfc. Franklin i Ebony Amplifier bkflds wirh nd women's <J»:t nrfn wd . . .til dark clothts! N«w Ccrolil. AatplilWr U l be*utiful light coi»l shade . . . h»r- monim \\-itti light-color suits, dresses, •^caters . . . til light-colored ilothei. Your Cboift ej Either Amplt/itr-at A"» Exira Cost—at all J 2mlth Htar- iitf Aid iWodeli. MODEL A-3-A Stsndird Air-. Conduction MODEL A-3-A Super-power Air- , Conduction MODEL S-3-A Bone-Condut- lioji >5( AH nnltis ctmplw, lt*i)-H-ii-rfr r : ' ' . . fi triad tomt in rW /r*« 0* H. Lfterty St. Phone 2517 Franklin L Spear SI. Phone 381t-Vf Optometrist Mrs. Eury was the the late Columbus (Fauble) Eury, and a member of the Salvation Army. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary Catherine Pendergast. this city, and two brothers, George Eury, Potomac Park, and William H. Eury, Baltimore. The body will remain at the funeral home. William Maust Rowlesburg, W. Va., Feb. 24.— Word •was received here of the death Wednesday night of William Billy" Maust, 55. at, his home in: Cleveland, Ohio, following an illness of several weeks. Mr. Maust ivas a native of Man- helm. He was superintendent of a large trucking firm. His wife, Mrs. Mildred (Hooton) Maust, who sur-j vived, is a native of Rowlesburg. Services and burial took place in Cleveland today. . Raymond P. HiMrnrd Rites Raymond P. Howard, 75, a native j of Flimstone, died February 17, at| his home in Russellville, Ky., reia-j tives and friends here have been| notified. , Mr. Howard was the son of the. late John and Mary (Piper) How-! ard, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. 1 John Piper, Sr., who built and ope-1 rated the Fliivtstone Hotel. During the time the hostelry was operated by the grandfather. Gen. Lew Wallace, author of Ben Hur, and fcther notables were guests. Following Uie death of his parents, Mr. Howard resided with an aunt. Miss Annie Piper ,this eity. They later moved to Kentucky. Mr. Howard is survived by his! wife, Mrs. Sadie CWooldridge) How- wiih the Army in Germany; and William P., at home; two daughters Mrs. Raymond G. Wilson and Mrs, George McBride, both of-Cumberland; a half-sister, Mrs. Al Houcli- land, city, and eight grandchildren. -. EH SundelJin Services for Eli Sunderlin, 80, who died Thursday midnight at. the home of his daughter, Mrs. T. R. Evans, Paw Paw, W, Va.. will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at. Island Hill Methodist Church, near Paw Paw. Interment will be In the church cemetery. Mr. Sunderlin waj a native of deai-flcld county, Pa., and 50 years ago moved to Morgan countv, W. Va. His wife, Mm. Clare (Young) j Sunderlin, died flv« years ago. Ht Is survived by two daughters and flve sons, Mrs. Evans, and Mrs.' Russell Wilson, Pine BluH, Ark.;| Samuel Sunderlin, Green Spring, W. Va.: Burl J M of Cumberland; Mervin, of McDowell, Va.; Alton, of Wlnchesler, Va., and Sgi. Charles! E. Sunderlin, stationed with the Army at Camp Storey, Va. Also surviving are 24. grandchildren and II grent-grandchildren. Ntllie B. Scolt Nellie Blanche Scott. 9. daugh- "I SEND EVEN MY FINEST DAMASKS to THE CRYSTAL No need to worry about the impression your table will have on guests if you send us your linens. 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