Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1945 · Page 21
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, March 4, 1945
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1948 TWENTY-ONE Paris I, / .'.';• • WS CS Will Hold Series of Lessons W. Va.', March 3—Circle nf the Women's Society of <-.|aii Service of the Methodist C " r "rh met Wednesday evening with f i Misses Mildred and Mary.Eshel- '•";,,'as hostesses .at their home. rat program was In charge of I „ irVrod Eshelman, who opened the I i'^lori of the topic. "Behold, I i'""ri hi -the Door artd Knock." The I Devotional hour included a scripture 1 c by Miss Venia Windle. a > on a psalm by Mrs. Wll, , it „,„, ,,'nd the flrst of four lea: ~,, Andies on the book of Ephes- j.V. taught by Mrs. George C "Villon. ' The class will continue I- & month. • • \ir- v'«le Roby rendered a vo- L> sc'lo"-"All The Way My Savior "; J s \.i f " and the concluding I "o 'vr was a reading, "You Mua I f'i:\ i!ie Door," by Mr*. Wayne 0 n1ii''us the business session the"voted a donation of $5 to the jfe'c cross and *75 toward buying a | K-nc. ounce Daufhteres tnfajerrwn r and Mrs. A H. Barker, Elk ir« "ierraerly of Davis, announc • •-i ei^ngement of their daughter p r ?; J °. to James c - Alkire, of th i v '3 Maritime Service. He Is th .-':, i,f Mrs. V. TS. Vaughn, of Elk m and has spent the past 1 jjr.'lvs in active service. Entertains With Lunheon . Mrs. Gilbert P. Smith -was hoste s t her home Wednesday with I .,j n -!-»on. Th'ose present were Mes carws C. E. Schick, P. C. Clark, R I D lifircinimus, Henry Petty, Claud I c Campbell. Ross Salisbury, Rut I Y'"i' r . C- G - Smith, Belmont S C'eav-r. Harold Phelps, George C sirsnoii and Edward Stipe. ' ,M-li»oI Holiday Announced T::e schools of Tucker county wl tsgb iheir Easter holidays on Goo W. ABbron Rjrta** -". A requiem mas* will be held Tues- ay at S *, in. In St. Patrick's atholio Church for .W. Ambrose yland, 55,-of 206 Bedford street, ho died yesterday at AUegany ospital, where he was a patient wo weeks. Interment will b« in he church cemetery. Mr, Ryland was the son c/ the ate James and Bridfett (Dobaoc) .yland and was a native of Cumberland. He was a member of St, *atrick'» Catholic Church, of the Holy Nam« Society of the church, and was twice Grand Knight of Cumberland Council No. 686 :nights of Columbus. He was an mploye of the Kelly-Springfield Ire Company. The family has je- uested that flowers be omitted. Surviving. we a brother, J. Joseph Ryland,- city; end two .sisters, llsses Mary E. and Coleta M. Ryland, at home. . L. Simpcon , AMERICAN WAY «> OF BANKING SMVB AMBMCA «ST • . - * SE1YESVNJMST Commercial Savings Bank Cumberland, Md. ' Cumberland Savings Bank Cumberland, MA. First National Bank Cumberland, Md., Liberty Trurt Company of Cuxabei;lx.nd, Md. Peoples Bank of Cumberland, Md. Second National Bank or Cumberland, Md. : Obituary Edward and Walter Lee Simpson, »th of this city; two stepsons, Herbert G. Stevey, with the Navy, and now on leave at his home, and June* Slevey, with the army in England; three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Grapes, this city; Mrs. Martha Nazelrod, Cresaptown, and Mrs Mary Miller, Bowman's Addition. The body will remain at the funeral home. Mr*. Naomi G, tehaun Service* will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Hater Funeral Home for Mrs. Naomi (Greene) Lehman, 26, of 425 Franklin street, wife of Pfo. George E. Lehman, 27, who died Friday morning in a hospital'at Waukegan, 111, The Rev. Edwin W. Saylor, pastor of First Baptist Church, will officiate, and Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Herman M., and Albert L.; all. of Cumberland; T. Milton, Philadelphia, and Walter G. Bchade, Charleston, W. Va.; two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Umberger, CharJe*t4>n, and Miss" Hilda Schade, at home; two brothers, Walter and WUlwm Dtebold, New York; a slater, Mrs. Dora aimmer, New York. : Mr*. Knferlem Rit«i Prostburg, March 3 — S«n p ices for Mrs. Susan E. KSiierlem, 19. widow of Conrad Knierlem, who died yesterday afternoon at her residence, 11 High street, will be held Monday at the home at 2:30 p. m. The Rev. Walter V: Simon, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, will officiate, and interment will be in Allegany cemetery. ... Mrs. Mary Brown Rites A requiem mass was held yesterday morning in St. Patrick's Catholic Church for, Mrs. Mary Margaret Brown, 90, who died Thursday afternoon at the home of her niece. Services will be held tomorrow at p. m. hi the Stein Funeral Home or Walter L. Simpson, 36, of 819 Patterson, avenue, who died yesterday morning in Memorial Hospital, where he was admitted February 26. Interment will be in Rose Hill cemetery. . , Mr. Simpson was th« son of the ate Charles L. and Ada A. (Anderson) Simpson, and was a native of Horseshoe, W. Va. He was employed by the Kelly-Springfield Tire lompaiiy. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nettie (Iser) Simpson; two sons, Joseph afWrnpon conducted by Rev. Thomas W&tklns, of Weston, a former local minister, and the local pastor, Rev. Jennings Fast. Burial was hi the L*ntz Ridge Cemetery. Biles far MlK H»rtU Luke, March 3 — Services for Miss Mildred Hariis, 34, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H arils, who died tht* morning, will be held at the! residence at 314 Pratt atreet, Tuesday afternoon at 2i30 conducted by the Rev. Raymond L. Moore, pastor of Trinity Methodist church, Piedmont. Interment will be in Phllos cemetery, Westemport. ••• • ' Mrs. Sirah Shroul Rites Parsons, W. Va,, March 3 — Funeral services were conducted at the residence on Pennsylvania avenue in Parsons on Saturday afternoon nt Potomac VaUey hospital at Keyser, from injuries he received when h* feU Into a blcaclunff tank while at work at the Luke plant of the West Helena Berlin, MUs Martha Berlin, ;vus a member of Cumberland Mrs.''.Dorothy M»ch<ll and Chnr.iCouHell. No. 580. Knights of Colam- Jolle''Berlin, all of Covlnjjion; a bus. and of St. Patrick'! • Church. sUter. Mrs. John A. Oliver, of thlsiScrvicw; will'be conducted Virginia Pulp and Paper company.]city, nnd a hroihiT, Franklin l/ekt, mosninj; !n Columbus, The Rev, Raymond L. Moore, pastor "-'- -"" x- ' ' 2:30 ..for Mrs. Sarah who died at Friday, March 30 and will resume classes on Monday, April 2, Superintendent Reardon S. Cuppett announced today. Patriotic Party The Youth Fellowship Society of the Methodist church recently held a patriotic party with Misses Thelma Moore and Betty Wlegman as hostesses. Games and contests were directed by Misses Barbara McDowell and Dorothy Lee Holcombe. Guests were Rev. George C. Stratton, Misses Pearl Windle, Mary Eshelman, Janet Holcombe, Carolyn Luiier, Dorothy Logan, Joanne Burger. Harold Phelps. Frank Zordonis, Richard McDowell, and Michael Moore. Brief Mention John Nelson, Mrs. Lehman, whose • husband is fighting in Germany, is survived by her parents, Cecil R, and Mabel (Crowe) Greene, 425 Franklin street, and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Greene, Moscow, Md. The body is scheduled to arrive in this city sometime today and will be taken to the funeral home. John A. Emerlek Kite* Services were held yesterday afternoon at the home of his dau- jhter, Mrs. J. J. Moore, 646 North Mechanic street, for John Alex Emerick, 87, who died Wednesday evening at Mrs. Moore's residence. The Rev. William A. ELsenberger, pastor of First Presbyterian Church officiated, and interment was in Rose Hill cemetery. Pallbearers were William Wineburner, George Bridges. .Elmci Bridges, Wllbert Wtlhelm, Marvin Conaway and William Barlages. Leroy Goodrich ; A son of the .late Mr. and Mrs Rock Goodrich, Leroy Goodrich, IS died yesterday his home 214 Qlenn street. He was • si native of Maryland and a Mason. Mr. Goodrich is survived by two sons, Stanley W. and Frank W Goodrich, both of this city; and five daughters, Mrs. Maude Morris Mt. Savage, and Mrs. Mary Nichols Mrs. Marie Swain, Mrs. Alice Conn and Miss Anna Mary Goodrich, al of Cumberland. ' The body is at the Stein funera tiome. It is requested, that flowers has returned be omitted. • Services will be conducted at 3:30 p. m. Tuesday at Stein's chapel by the Rev. David C. Watson, recto of Emmanuel Episcopal Church Interment will be in Greenmoun Mr H T ws ta Clarksburg. Mrs. Shrout had gone Mrs. Anna McCoimell, 534 Maryland avenue. .-..-• The Rev. Thomas A. Hardesty was celebrant and interment followed in is church cemetery. Charles Henry Shuver Rowlesburg, W. Va., March 2 — • harles Henry Shaver, age Si,' died t the home of his son Walter B. haver, Manheim, on Feb. 25. The uner&l was held Wednesday, and urlal took place at the Watkins emetery. ' He Is survived by two sons Walter ., at whose home he resided, and ra R. Shaver, and two daughters, Irs. Maggie Sanders, al! of Man- elm, and Mrs. Glftdys Wolfe. Graf- on. He is also survived by one sis- er, Mrs. Ida Wilson, Watson, W. Va. . . from Elkins City Hospital where he was taken for treatment for injuries received in a mine accident. X-rays revealed several bones in the right foot were badly crushed. Charles Popish, 50, received a Cemetery, sprained .ankle a few days ago as a result of a fall or rock In Mine 23, Thomas. , Mrs. Josephine Carr, wife of Roy Carr, Davis, is recovering from severe bums of both feet and legs caused when she spilled hot grease white removing a meat roaster from the oven. Gerald Lambert, four-year-old son of Rev. and Mrs. Luther Lambert. Davis, is in a serious condition at the Tucker County Hospital. Seaman l-o Volta Kimball visited his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Hinfcle, here this week. Seaman Kimball has just returned from active duty in the Pacific and from a naval hospital following treatment for wounds received in action. He is a former Davis resident and is now on sick leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and [Mrs. James Kimball, Cumberland. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Rexrode and family have returned from Switzer, W. Va., where the former had accepted a charge with the Church of God sarly in the fall. Rev. Rexrode was forced to resign his pas- itorate because of ill health and has 'returned to his home here. i Mrs. Patrick J. Pell and sister.! | Miss Ella Ancharuk, are spending two weeks in New York City. Mrs. Malone Gaynor has returned from Cumberland where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Marian Straw. Mrs. Elizabeth Schade Mi's. Elizabeth Schade, 78, of 53 Columbia avenue, widow of Nichola^ Schade, died yesterday afternoon She was a daughter of the lat George and Mary (Slemmer) Die bold and was a nativt of Cumber land. • Services will be conducted at to the home of her daughter to spend the winter months and became ill, • . .. f She .was born in Greenland, Grant county, June 4, 1859, a daughter of the late James and Elizabeth (Scheel) Stonebreakcr. On March 27, 1878 she was married to George Shrout, and they can\e to Parsons in 1903 where he worked for the Armour Leather Company until 1930 when he retired. This March 27, they would have celebrated their sixty-seventh wedding anniversary She is survived by her husband; and five children. Ralph O. and Charles A., both of Parsons, Mrs. J. C. Green. Buckhannon, Mrs. H. P. Woods, Clarksburg And Mrs. C. E. Moore of Connellsville, Pa., three half-sisters, Mrs. Cora Guthrie, of Trinity Methodist church, mont, officiated. Interment was In PhUos cemetery, Weslcrnport. Pallbearers were: Palmer Rlier, Richard Howard, "Swede" Boyce, p aul Bowman, William Phlllljjs. Floyd Paugh, Harry Prltts and Earl Barnard. Flowerbearers: - Edward Bell, Thomas Wilson, Robert Stultz, Floyd Fazenbnker, Julio DIGiola, Alexander Burt, Georgft Cayton, John Salcskey, Raymond Burner, Nick DtMichele, Larry Cavallero. Richard B. Coulehan Richard B. Coulehan, ,52, single, Catherine was killed Thursday in an accident homo of in Denver, Colo., while engaged in construction work. The body will be brought to Stein's chapel and this city. Funeral arrangements will Mr. MfCool was her* lor >lx be [yearn, leaving In 1937 for Youugs- ninde wnen her husband retvirns loiovru, Ohio. Later he went to Co- Covlnfitoh. Thomas C. McCool Thomas C. McCool, 42, left here itisv iilglu. | luinbus. He had served about a former A. & P. district manngcr here, died in the Army. Surviving are hU wift, Mrs. Eleanor '.Hub!*;) McCool, and a sun yesterday at. Columbus. Ohio. He'Timoihy Stephen McCool, at home. Sirs. lallie J. Rldenour Rowlesburg, W. Va., March 2 — Mrs. Lillie Jane Ridenour, age 69, died in.her home near Rowlesburg Thursday, following a two year ill- iess. She was born July 28, 1875, the daughter of Frederick and Mary iKnotts) Hiilbritter. Her husband Stephen Ridenour, has been dead a number of years. She Is survived by 6 children, Mrs. Laura Phillips, TunneUoii; Mrs. Janetta Knotts, York, PR.; Mrs. Vir- jlnla Braham, Spring Grove, Pa., Hamilton, Mildred, and Archie, all of near Tunnelton. Funeral services will be held at the Dawson Memorial Funeral Home In Rowlesburg and burial will take place at the Israel Church Cemetery, at Fellowsvllle on Sunday. Mrs. Ann* V. Nine Rowlesburg, W. Va., Mirch 2 — Mrs. Anna Virginia Nine, age 43, died Wednesday moruijj^ at her home on Maple Avenue, following two years Illness. She was born May 28, 1B96, the daughter of Buckner F., and Jennie Ellen (Messenger) Bucklew. She was a member of the Methodist Protestant church. She Is survived by her husband Ray A. Nine, four children, Paul, of Rowlesburg, entries, in the Armed Forces, overseas Mrs. Eileen Ashenfelter and Mrs. Bonnie Sue Chidester, at home. She is also survived Marlington, Mrs. Mollie Burgess ol Nobley, and Miss Lulu Stonebreaker of Grant county, and 19 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. The Rev. Frank A. Johnson, pastor of Uie First Methodist church, officiated and interment was in the Parsons City Cemetery. ' Howard B. Fnreback Bloomington, March 3—Services were held this afternoon at the home for Howard B. Foreback, 44, husband of Mrs. Edith O. Miller Forebnck, who died Wednesday at interrrtent is planned for SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. A native of Cumberland, he was a son of the late Richard and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Coulehan. He left here about 20 years ago. Surviving are two brothers, Ber-v nard J., Detroit, and James A., Army in England; and a niece. Miss Mary N, Coulflmn, Detroit. ; Mrs. C. Roy UtrJIn Mrs. Helena Berlin, 53, wife of C. Roy Berlin, and a former resident of Cumberland, died yesterday at her home, 3713 Huntlngton avenue, Covington, Ky. She had been ill two weeks, but her death \vas| unexpected. . . ! Her husband had been here, due! to the death of his brother, John! W. Berlin, whose funeral wiis held: Thun"f1ny In Martinsbui'g, W.. Va, A daughter, Mrs. Cora Cobbe; arrived here Friday from Covington to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Cora Berlin. . •':..::.=• Mrs. Berlin was a daughter of the late D. H. and Minna A. Lear. Besides her husband, she is survived by four other dnughters,. Mis;; Quality In J I FLOWERS Gorgcoui Flower* All .Tim*» at Arthur B e p p i Greenhouse. . '.;. VV« Special!u to , Funeral Flowcrj ARTHUR BOPPS GREENHOUSE 1621 Bedford St. Phone Z202 fixptdinqa Mother's Friend helps bring ease gad comfort to expectant • • mothers. Stein's chapel, where the body will by three sisters. 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