Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1948 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 9, 1948
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1'hone -IGOO for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CuMJbJti\vLAiMD, MJJ. r • Mrs. Maria Ridolfo Mrs. Maria Kidofo, 87, a native of Italy, died early today at -the home of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Siraa, Ridgeley, after a brief illness. Born October 4, 1861, in Ficarra, she came to the United,States in -1912 and was married in New York to John Ridolto, who died some rime ago. Her' parents were the Jate Mr, and Mrs. Peter Ricciardo. She was a member of St. Anthony's 'Catholic Church, Ridgeley. Mrs. Ridolfo' had resided in Cum•land and Ridgeley 23 years. Her husband was a,former B. and O'. employe; Besides" Mrs. Sirna, she leaves a -son, Anthony Ridolfo; another daughter, Miss Mary Ridolfo, arid a sister,'Mrs. Angela Meraglino, all of Italy; 19 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. • The body fs at the Scarpelli Funeral.Home where the rosary will be recited tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. A requiin. mass will be celebrated Saturday at 9 a. m. in St. Anthony's Church by Rev. Robert Kilgannon, pastor, and burial wil! 4 take .place in St. .Patrick's Cemetery. Kooken Services WESTERNPORT—Services were held yesterday afternoon irom the Boal Funeral Home 'ori T. Z. Kcoken, 78. of 303 Walnut Street, who died Monday. Rev. O. Clarence Mitchell, pastor of Piedmont TWnity Methodist Church, officiated' and burial was in Phllbs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph and Harry J. Biggs, Ray L. Wilt. Emost Fearer, Charles Peyton and Lloyd AL~ kins. Pvt. Walter I. Nacik'le • KEYSER, W. Vs.—The body . Ol Pvt. Walter I. Naedele, 25, who was •killed in the Ardennes campaign on January 8, 1945, will arrive here tomorrow night and be taken to the home of his parents,. Gustavu? B. and Helen Naedele, 59 Orchard Street, for services. Sunday at 2 p. m. ' ' Rev. L. A. Steele, pastor of First Methodist Church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Thomas, will officiate. Reburial will be • in . Lahmansvlllc Cemetery with military honor.? accorded by Nancy Hanks Post No. 3518. Veterans of Foreign Wars. Members 'of the Keyser Yoeman Club -will serve as. honorary • pallbearers. A graduate of Keyser High School, Class of 1937, 'Pvt. Naedele was associated with his father in the Jewelry business before entering the service in November, 1942. . He trained at Camp.-Crowder, Mo., 1 , before going overseas March 4, 1944. He participated in the invasion of Normandy and the Northern France campaign, Pvt. Naedele, who served.with the Army Signal Corps, was --a member of First Methodist'Church and tne Yoeman Club here. • Besides his parents, he is survived by his widow, the former Mury R'awlings, Route 1, Keyser; two brothers, Ernest H. Naedele,.Bristol, and Cpl. James D. Naedele, station- ed in Germany with the Army of Occupation, and a sister, Miss Marion Naedel,' at nome. Pvt. Wayne Heath- DAVIS, W.' Va.—Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Heath have received word that their son, Pvt. Wayne Heath, 21, who died in India September 1, 1944, following an operation, has arrived in the United States and | will be returned home for reburial. Pvt,-Heath, a-member of the Infantry Signal Corp, went overseas in April, 1944, after he received training at Camp Swift; Texas, Camp Polk; La., Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; and Fort MeacJe. . Born January 28, 1923, in Davis, Pvt. Heath graduated in 1940 from Davis High School where, he participated in football and basketball He attended .a- National Youth Ad_- mlnistration School at South Charleston, later, working with the General Machine Ordnance Corporation before he entered the service in January 1942. . Surviving, besides his parents, are a brother, Warren Heath, and a sister, Catherine Heath, Davis; his maternal grandparents, -Mr. and Mrs. L. D, Hinkle,-Davis, and-his paternal grandmother, Mrs, Olive Summerfield, Hambleton. Mrs. Harry A. Richards . Mrs. Margaret J. Richards, 71, former resident.of Cumberland, died Monday afternoon at her -home, 10,207 LaSalle Avenue, Los Angeles. She -was bom August 7, 1877, near Buffalo'Mills.-Pa., a daiighter'of the lute Mury and Lewis A. Klpp, Hynd- mnn, Pa. In early life Mrs.. Richards held membership In Pirss •Reformed Church, Hyndm'an. She was a member of McCarty Memorial Christian Church, Los Angeles. . ;, Surviving are her husband, Harry A. Richards; a stepson, Robert Richards; two granddaughters, Mrs. Ramona Horrell, Los Angeles, and Mrs: J. W. . Hughard, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; a great-granddaughter, Nancy Helen Horrell,- Los Angeles, and three-step-grandsons. She also leaves two brothers, W. W. Klpp, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and L. Percy Kipp, Hyndman, and seven sisters, Mrs. H. L. Shroyer and Mrs.. Adam Bruck, Hyndman'; Mrs. Nellie M. Mowery, Akron; Mrs. Erva Cable, Hooversville, Pa.; Mrs. May M. Holtzman, Philadelphia; Mrs. Lyndley. R. McDowell, Cairnbrook, Pa., and Mrs.- Jamas W. Doherty, Windber, Pa. Two children, a sister and two • brothers preceded her in death. . . James H. Cross FROSTBURG — James Hollie Cross died yesterday at his home in Lubbock, Texas, according to -word Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Charles E. Kelly Post No. 112, American Legion. Pfo. Bowman was borr. June 16, 1924, in Meyersdale. Before enlisting in the Army on April C, 1043, he-had been employed by the B. and O. Railroad. In addition to his parents, he leaves three sisters. The body was taken to the Kon- Funeral Home upon nvrlval Weaver Services received here. •He was assistant professor of-j£ aus physics at Texas Tech,'and thci 116 ™husband of ihe former Miss Amelia | Jean Erode, this city, whom'he j Services will be h'e!d tomorrow at married', in June. i 9 a. • m. in St. Patrick's Catholic , He is a son-in-law of Mrs.. Hattie Church for Edward J. Weaver, Si\, Erode, Washington Stree;, Frost-igg, of 185 North Centre Street, who ' died Tuesday night in A'.legany Hospital. Interment will be in the church cemetery. A son of the late Blackburn and Nancv E. Weaver, his survivJors in- Home where services will be con- j is at the George Funeral Home. ducted tomorrow at 2 p, m. by Rev.i William A. Eisenberger, pastor of; First. Presbyterian Church, Inter- men-; will take place in Hillcrest Burial Park. Clarence B. Deshoiig HANCOCK—Clarence Blair De- , Maltinffly Rites A requiem mass for Mrs. Regina Elizabeth Mattingly, 28, wife of Daniel R. Mattingly, Corriganville, who died yesterday in Memorial Hospital, will be celebrated tomorrow at 9 a. m. in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with burial in the parish cemetery. 'The body shong, 68. of Buck Valley, Pa., died Monday after a lingering ill- in McConnellsburg, Pa., he ness. Born was a son of the late Abraham and Sarah (Oakmaa) Deshong. He resided :n Buck Valley for 43 years. Surviving are. his widow, Mrs. Edith (Beatty) Deshong; two daughters, Miss Catherine Deshong, at home, and Mrs. Dorothy Golden, Little 'Orleans; brother, James R. Deshong, Needmore, Pa., und five grandchildren. : The body is at the Charles R. Bast Funeral Hore, here. • Services be held Friday at 10 a. m. in the T'lck Valley Christian Church by Rev. William Hcn- dershot. Interment will be jn the church cemetery. James E. Edwards KITZMILLER—Rev. Jonathan Edwards has-deceived word of the death of his father, .James H. Edwards', 90, last Saturday in Dallas, Texas. .Mr. Edwards, who specialized in • making.piano keys.since 1920,'was a piano tuner and-repairman most of his life.' He was a Presbyterian Church elder for nearly 70 years. Rev: Mr. Edwards has gone to Dallas for. two weeks ' Air Line Date Set • All American Airways announced yesterday it will start Pittsburgh to Washington flights including a stop at Cumberland February 15. burg. Mrs. Cora P. Pew KITZMILLER^Mrs. Cora Pearl Pew, 72, widow of. Victor Granc Pew, died suddenly Tuesday night in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyier, W. Va., where she-was admitted last Friday following a fall on the steps of the dormitory at Potomac State School there. Death was attributed to a blood clot. Born April 18, 1876, at Ciunes- ville, W." Va.. Mrs. Pew was a daugh-' ter of the Jate Mesack Allan and Molly (Holly) Browning, Her husband"'died October 25, 1947. She was a member of Mt. Bethel Methodist Church. . , . She is survived by a ' daughter, Mrs. Lorene Bissell, Sparta, N. J.; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Smith, Front Royal, Va.. and Mrs. Sue LO'.iff, Keyser; a half-sister, Mrs. Louise Shiu-pless, Elk-Ins, W, Va.; two stepsisters, Mrs/Mary Abemathy, Piedmont, -and Mrs. .Beryl Wilmoth, Belington, W. .Va.; one stepbrother, Ernest Abernnthy, Cumberland: two grand da u'Rh ters nnrl three grout-grandchildren. O'Neill Burin! John E. O'Neal. 72, native oi Cumberland who died- Saturday in Vernona, Pa., was burled yesterday in Pleasant Grove Methodist Church CenrDtery, Services at the Hnfer Funeral Home were in charge of Rev. Joseph W. Young, .pastor of Melvin Methodist, Church. Pallbearers were Franklin Ferrin, Argyle Flake, Harry Bucy, Harry .Murray and Walter O'Neal. Pfc. Lcroy Bowman MEYERSDALE, Pa.—The body Of Pfc. Leroy Bowman, 20,' son of Robert and Alberta (Beeman) Bowman, who lost his life in • Germany March 24, 1945, has been returned here for reburial in Union Cemetery with military honors- accorded "by John V. Tressler Post- No. 3504, ATTENTION HOME 0\VNERS DONT SPEND ANOTHER WINTER IN A' REFRIGERATOR- Cell a "CHAMBERLIN MAN" and set a complete Insularion job on your home. Insulation Specialists for over.fifty years. Rated AAA-1. "Insulation. is no better than the man who installs it," says the U. S. Government., CHAMBERLIN DOES IT RIGHT SAVE UP TO 60% WITH A "CHAMBERUN" JOB CHAMBERLIN CO. OF AMERICA • LAW BLDG., 'CUMBERLAND, MD. No down payment- - Sli.mos. to pay -Tree EsllraaltJ Thoncs Cumberland -ISS. 1 * - Frojtburfr -C14-J clude" two brothers, Charles Weaver, Ohio, and John Weaver, Martin's Ferry. W. and a sister, Mrs. Chessie Boggs. Parkersburg, W. Va. Danncl W. Ryan Daniel Webster Ryan, 90,'retired Western Maryland Railway car- man, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital after a lingering illness. He resided at 116 Paca Street. i Until'five'years ago, Mr. Ryan was maintenance engineer for the Second National Bank. He belonged to Tygart Valley Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Elkins, W. Va. Surviving' are his widow, the former Tabltha Parsons: three sons. StXTllr-.R- W. rind Frederick E. Rytm, fills city, mid Okcy C/ Ryan, al hyme; four grandchildren and six great grandchildren, The body is at the Hafer Funeral SORE THROAT rS5~DUE TO COLDS Bad wcmhir brings sore throats. Be ready with lime-tested TONSIL1NE. Assure your family of fnst soothing relief at once. 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