Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 8, 1944 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
Issue Date:
Sunday, October 8, 1944
Page 8
Start Free Trial

EIGHf SUNDAY TIMES, UUMBEKLAflD, am., Roiclesburg Surprise Party Is Given Parents Children of Mr. and Mra. Joseph Burns Hold Surprise Wiener Roast Rowlesburg, W. Va., Oct. 7—The children of Mr. and Mra. Joseph Burns gave a surprise wiener roast at their home on October 1, honor- Ing the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs Burin 'and their granddaughter Sallle Ann Goff. Mrs. Burns was 88 and Sallie was 6 on October 1 Mr. Burns will be 81 on October 17 All the family'were home except one.Bon-in-Iaw,.Pvt. Charles jOoff, who ts stationed at Camp Standing, Fla., and one grandson, Pvt. Richard Punk, somewhere in Prance. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Holbert Shartz and children, Laurence, Larna and Fred, of Rowlesburg: Mr and Mrs. Ouy Funk and Mary, Juntor, Arvis, Carrle and Corie, of Tunnclton; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Burns, and children •Toe, Orls, Rex, Don Bonnie, and Jane. Mrs. Charles Goff and children Sallle Ann. Connie and Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ford and chili dren Catherine and Jeanle, of Etam; Chloe Burns. Jamuanna Burns, Helen and Audra Burns and James Goff W. C. Pelers Suffers Stroke W. C. Peters, who has been employed the past yeaY and a half in a local hardware store, suffered a paralytic stroke Saturday night, Just aa he_hsd Closed up the^store r and remains in- a critical condition at his home on Maple avenue. His right side is completely paralyzed nnd he has not been able to speak since he suffered the stroke. Personal «nd General Edgar Wheeler and WiUiiuii Moger of Fort Myer, Fla.. took Mrs. Belle "Wheeler, who has spent the summer months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Smith, at Clarksburg to Florida. They stopped in Rowlesburg enroute for a short visit with relatives. The Wheelers are former rtsldents of Rowlesburg:. Mrs. IJllle Hardesty of Cumberland, is the guest of her sister. Mrs Glassware Display Planned By.dub ^Tri-Towhs, Oct. 7—A glassware display -will be featured at th« meeting of the Wetsemport Homemakers club at the home of Mrs. Allan Poland, Piedmont, Wednesday at 2 p. m. .. Each chairman and project demonstrator will give a" two minute talk on "What We Can Do in Our Community For Better Living," to be followed by an open. discussion. Plans will be made for the Achievement Day, meeting In November at the Hammond Street School. Bees Husband In Movie _Mrs..^Ma3clne H. Harshbarger, 310 Pratt street, Luke, saw her husband, Robert O. Hnrshbarger, in corri- .. - "juty In" the picture released by the War Department, "Liberation of "™" "- Is with the division the "Kraut DlGloia, _-TrDOp_S2,—pathf hiding; James Jack, Troop 62, swimming bird study and angling; Donald Devore, Troop 30, electricity and leathercraft. The board of review consisted of R. 'Price B&rncord, Gerald Haywood, Robert Nelson, Milton McIntyre, William Phelps, Adrian Rankln and John E. Grindle. ; Mrs. Reeves Elected Mrs. Lai Dessa-Reeves was elected second vice president of the Social Welfare club at the home of Mrs. Howard: Hutchlnson, Cromwell street, Luke. Thursday. .The club plans to pack boxes for the Seaman's Institute in New York for. the third year. Mrs. . Violet Daddysman was received as a new member. Persons having old clothes for the Thrift .shop; on Washington street, Westernport, may leave, them Friday or Saturday at Mrs. Rhodes Dress shop, Main street, Western- Church::street, Westernport, arrived in the states Monday after serving two years In the -Aleutians. He called his home from the Paoific Coast. He.will be assigned to Camp. Swift, Texas. Lt,. Mary,Mansfield, of .the tr. S. Army Nurse Corps, -McGulre's General Hospital. Richmond, Va', is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Ma.ns'aeitl, Church street.' Westernport. The Altegany county evening classes which will be held on Tuesday and Thursdays at Bruce high school from 7-9 _p. m. : start 'Tuesday. Subjects will include'sewing by Miss .Margaret Hayden; typewriting by ; Miss : Mary .Hanna ;> Spanish by Miss Audrey Rodriguez; Dr. D.' P. — " member of port, with. Mrs. Mary. Ritchie, " the -or 1943, State w entering the service In June, i he was an Armv ordnance ector ut New Castle, Pa He is raduate of Bruce High School amac State College, and Trite College. Angola. Ind. His snts, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Snbarppr llvn at- r>i nn »*i — L_ . ^aixs f\\ orut "The Value of a Nam fussed by — thc^Rtv — H Moore, pastor of Trlniti church at the assembl high school Thursday. Political talks were Carl Salesky, favoring •-- —•• — •w»«i»*\s*.iv j-vvbClA. J? ClUDj was elected vice president-succeeding the Rev. j; L. Robertson, who resigned when he was transferred to Virginia. . . Mrs. Marlon Thomas, Pittsburgh is visiting Mrs. Bessie Myers, Westernport. Mrs. Myers will accompany of Bruce i . — . — —.- *-r*wwi*t.i4.i|ii^ A. Meet, Thursday Gertrude Shaw this week. Mrs. B. R. Frctwell spent a few days in Baltimore, the early part of the week, and visited her son Jack, U. S..Navy,'who is stationed at Bainbrldge. Dr. Jerome C. Arnett is visiting his father. J. F. Arnett at Saltvllle Va., nnd will return home' on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller have received the Purple Heart awarded to their son, Pfc. Howard-Miller -who •«vft.s wounded In action In France early in the summer. The young man has been in a, hospital for over four months overseas. Charles Byron Felton, boatswain —^. — "• *.«,*.»-M» *.M«iait**y i it The Hammond Street Parent-!a Teacher Association will meet Thursday night with Mrs. Clyde Kalbaugh in charge of the program. Officers will be installed Program will include group singing and a talk on the objectives ~, iC? e * > -' T - At ' An organization or tne nome room mothers and a membership drive group -will—be Tormea. A report of the summer conference will be given. Election Monday An election for the selection of a mayor and four commissioners for Luke will . be held Monday T*.J r «,- no °PJ3° sltJ °n to Mayor Fred Wiseman. Candidates for the council are: Harry F. Dawson, J. Edward Duckworth, R. c. stump \ WUliam H. Smith, and J. Gulhricl Missionary Talks • The Rev. Joseph G. Noppinger : ' C S. Sp.. Washington, who spin t eight years as a missionary in East Africa, visited St. Peter's school, Westernport, speaking to the pupils and showing films of the mission work there. In addition to showing films, he exhibited a number of curios. Mra. Colleen collett, home service representative of the Potomac Light and Power Company, talked on nutrition to the first six grades of the school Wednesday. Three members of the faculty attended the Teachers institute at Baltimore. The pupils are cooperating in the collection of paper and milkweed nigh school Thursday. Political talks were made by Carl Salesky, favoring Franklin D. Roosevelt, and by Richard Hays favoring Thomas E. Dewey. The a capella . octette . sangi "Climbing tip Jhe Mountain." Brief Mention Mrs. Robert Derham will speak at the Westernport flat circle of the W. -S. C. S, . society of Trinity Methodist church 'at the home of Mrs. John E. Grindle, Maryland avenue, Monday at 7:30 p. m. - Lt. Thomas P. ^Mansfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Mansfield, Elk Garden Elk Garden, W. Va., Oct. 7— Mrs. Frank Burgess was hostess to the Adult and Youth Fellowship grouo of the Methodist church. Roy Hamilton, Barnura, purchased the grocery store owned by Mrs Quentin Paugh. Mrs. Paugh moved to Piedmont. Several garages have been broken into and. robbed of gasoline, cars §nd trucks parked in front of homes had tanks drained. S. T. -McGee reports tht high school .enrollment 140 with some decrease Ihls.year. The elementary with some gain is 263. "."/•, ' the pupils - have .filled .100 bags with milk weed floss. . .The Junior class has-selected-and ordereti rings from Jolson audXJo. ; The Senior class -held a wiener roast at Nethken Hill 'Thursday Might. • ..-'••, : Mrs. Michael -Hiibt: relfusied'lo Flemington after visiting her sister Mrs, J. W. Willis, Jr. v Lt. Johu R, Keegan .returned to.lPresque -isle, Ma'ine.^and ,Pvi. Keegan to Camp Maxle] Texas, and their sister, Miss Louise' Keegan to Meyersdale. ' . . .Margaret > Fahey, -cadet . nurse, Cumberland, visited her grandmother Mrs. J. A. ; Tice. . .. Mr. and Mrs. John Hlckey, ^Jr., announce the birth 1 of a daughter Evelyn ..Loretta:. Monday. The father 1$ in the NavyV Mr. and'Mrs. Melvin Iser and Mrs. Albert R'lley returned to Worthlngton, accompanied by Mrs. S?3 Kenneth Roderick is liomo on furlough. ''... - : - ..V ..'-.. '. . . ".Bruce •Roderlflt/Detroit,' was a guest, of : G. P. Sperling.-. . \., ; : Father .Vager, : : Keyser, visited 'b. F. Keegan,:, Si-., who is improving from illness.' , i . - . Mrs.'J/A. Tice and daughter Mrs! Alston Jenkins are visiting in'Cum- berland. . , ' • Mrs. Vera Cribble, near Mt.-Storm Molntire, Clarksburg. Mrs. Thomas Downey returned to ;rbme. Pa; ; -- ...•.-.- lo HITCHING POST SIGNPOST OR Devore Gets Award 1 Eagle , Scout Donald Devere, . * —Mfcrtjj *_», M. A^iivv, 13 returning to his duties in the Pacific var zone, October 9. after spend- in? a furlough hero visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Felton He has been in the U. S. NRVT for over six years. Mr nnd Mrs. H. R. Hollis are spending a ten-day vacation visiting their daughter and -her husband, Lieut, and Mrs. Fr«d Beerbower at Little Rock, -Ark. • - • ;Mr. arid Mrs. A.. 6. Grimm, and •tnree sons, Robert, Raymond, and James,, and Miss -Dcloris Light of Glnssport, Pa., spent thaT weekind licre visiting Mr. Grimm's mother Mrs. LuM A. Grimm, James'Grimm Mitcred th« tr. 5. Army Immediately after their return to .their home. The Grimm*' are former residents of Rowlesburg. : Mrs. Belle Campbelle of Kingwood, is visiting her daughter. Mrs. G. c. Carrico. • Mrs. Helen' Hersman has returned to her home in Rowlesburg after spending sorria timn vlsltlntr her brother Albert Bolyard at Porte«- vllle, Ohio. Mrs Lewi« R. Jones has gone to Miami Fj a ., to spend a few weeks visiting h«r husbund, a commanding officer in the U. a. Coast Guard Mr,_nnd. Mrs. Harry W. Shahan, Jr., Rpwlesburg, R. F. D.. announce me Wrth of a son, who has been named David Eugene Shahan on October 3. - -..s.«^... e , vi Hie O.II- Towns District Board of Review Boy Scouts, Wednesday night at the Westernport city . building having earned 31 merit badges. Advanced certificates were awarded: William O'Brien, and Paul CuevB, Troop 62; pathfinding and swimming; Jack Bryan, Ralph Walker. Norman Combs and Pete Hollywood—Oriental actor Philip Ahn already hns played 110 Chinese roles, 71 Japanese, j n the ^°, v , lcs - o, Now ' ln RKO Radio's China Sky", supporting Randolph Scutt. EUlen Drew and Ruth War- Mck, for the first time Ahn plays a Korean. Ahn is a Korean Let- Virginia Lorry Put Stars in Your Crown Our expert beauticians can give your crowning glory that extra beauty you've been "hoping to achieve all these years. Make an early appointment for your next beauty treatment at ... t Virginia Larry Beauty Salon 135 S. Liberty • Phono 2615 •fa Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, a .new job—all are occasions for rejoicing as well as for reflection and new resolve. Whether or not a list of resolutions is m^de, the accomplishments of the past can be either a hitching post or a signpost to a brighter future. Careful self-appraisal is often as revealing as a stock inventory. But no matter what the goal, the ability to reach it depends on health. Your physician stands ready to take your physical inventory at any time. Why not seek his advice now? His suggestions can b« relied upon for « sound health program: Registered pharmacists »re on duty at all rimes to fill your prescriptions.- Walsh, McCagh & Holtzman Pharmacy Filling mart prescription* than any pharmacy hctectn Pittsburgh and Baltimore CORNER .BEDFORD AND CENTRE STREETS We, Deliv« f Tr.t PHONE 3M6 or 94J . 'ears NEW S u p e r JLii^ury- Sleep (*(• .'rr\ /» i 99 lujtiess MAT^^^^ COUPON DAY! MON. COUPON DAY—CLIP THESE COUPONS & SAVE C O U P O N A-1 Solution Gal 29c Jug c O U P O N Blue Super SUDS L9e 20c Box IT'S ti^lS you* HOUSt/- VH Chilly, drafty, ur.liealthy rooms are no\ longer the style—nor necessary in these days of Barrett Rock Wool Insulation. Rock Wool, installed in vralls and ceilings, stops the passage of heat to the outside—stops cold from penetrating. The millions of dead air cells in Rock Wool •re responsible. Barrett Rock Wool Insulation saves fuel too—of ten as much 35 30% to 40%! It doesn't take but a fcsv* years to pay for insulating your home at that rate. Ask for a fr«« inspection •nd •stimaf*. C O U P O N Yellow Salad Mustard lOc Quart Jar C O U P O N Allsweet OLEO 22c Lb. Corr. C O U p O N Ivory SOAP •V Eari 55C C O U P O N One Piece Zinc Jar LIDS 22c C O U P O N Armour's TREET 12 c " n 29c c O U P O N Md. Gold U. S. No. T Sweet Potatoes 5 , b , 25c •z> * t&tcft TOTALING $70 OB MORE CAN BE MADE EASY PAYMENT Downright Comfort at the Right Price! KNOW THE JOY O F Resf f ul S L E E P J • 5ears offers the Super Luxury-Sleep mattr.ess in'the "Tuftless" type that has been a favortte for sleeping comfort for more than half a century! The quality,product of a nationally known manufacturer, it is an exceptionally big value at Sears price! Made of fine, long-fiber staple cotton, it is soft resilient and yet gives you the necessary support. Beautifully covered with smooth 8-oz foncy-woven sateen, firm roll edge, taped and with handles. -, Buy. a Super Luxury-Sleep "Tuftless" mattress for your bed /an d you'll know The |oy of restful sleep! Full, twin, or three-quarter size BOX SPRING TO MATCH Other Mattresses As Low As $9,95 YEARS TO PAY WM. HISER SUPPLY CO. 5 Pioneer Place Phone 2570 Lean Slab BACON 21c, b ,26 N,GEORGE ST. CtiMMRLAND.MO. POPULAR "MAPLE LEAF" DESIGN • Early American design with maple leaf plaque decorations Sturdy hardwood construction with solid lops and fronts. Rugged wood pegged effects genuine plate gloss mirrors. Scallop edge'detcil on fronts. Bed chest and choice of vanity or dresser. TWIN BED WAY *139 50 179 BALTIMORE ST. iSft5.;.;':-xr,;:>v;;.vV,v..''.r'-'.:fv ; - L -.V'.-':.7'-..:ti-;' '••}•.'; .''."^'(ff". 0 . '">.->/;(< wsvtan^^^M PHONE 2432 CUMBERLAND, MD. 111

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free