Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 13, 1948 · Page 5
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Phone 4600 .for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, FIVE Obituary • •*• (Continued from Page 9) Texas, after an illness of two weeks. Mr. Cross was ' taken ill while teaching shortly before -the Thanksgiving holidays and -had been hospitalized for a week. He Is survived by his wifo, the former Amelia Jean Broue, daughter of Mrs. Hattic Erode, this city. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Lubbock; on December 9.' Rev. Claude E. Canterbury officiated. 'Shock Services KEIPER — Services 'for Lewis Oharlto'n Shock, 74, who died Saturday • morning in Sylvan Retreat, Cumberland, where he had been a patient two weeks, . will be held tomorrow at, 2 p. rn. In the Parks Funeral Home, Berkeley Springs, W. Va. . • Rev. 'Winfield Hall, pastor of Paw Paw, 'W.' Va.', Methodist Church, "will officiate and'interment 1 will be in. Camp Hill, Cemetery. Paw Paw. Mr. Shock is survived . by two daughters. Mrs. Willard Ryan, Keller, and Mrs,' Robert W. Hitt, LouisviDe, K}-.. and six grandchildren. ' Price Rites , i Services were conducted yesterday in Park Place Methodist Church for George H, Price. 74, of Narrows Park, who died Wednesday. Interment was in Hillcrest Burial Park. Pallbearers were Earl Cook, William 'Hull, Bert Albright,. Charles Thomas, Dayton Harold, Ford Lee, John Ritchie and L. R. Firey, Henry Services BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va.— Services for Mrs. Mamie Elizabeth Henry, 63, who died yesterday morning in Memorial Hospital, Cumberland- will- be held Wednesday at 2 p. m.' in the Parks Funeral Home here. Interment. will be in Greenway Cemetery. - A native of Berkeley Springs, and widow of William C. Henry, she was a daughter of Thomas C. and Lizzie (Ebersole) Johnson. Mrs. Henry is 'survived by 'a stepdaughter. Mrs Jane Patton, Falls Church; Va.; a stepson, Robert Feamow, Miami; r. sister, Mrs. George Hovermale, Berkeley Springs, and a half-sister. Mrs. John Aytes-, Berkeley Springs. LI. Critcs Keburial Reburlal services lor Lt. Jack At Crites, 21, son of Mrs, Matthew Bur-ey, 217 Knox Street, who wa: killed-in Germany M— 29. 194?. were held yesterday afternoon in th' KiglK Funeral Home. Rev. Randolph Keete. pastor oi Grace Baptist • Church, officiated, assisted by'Rev. Charles S..Reckley pastor of Davis Memorial Methods; Church. Interment was in Davis Memorial Cemetery. Military honors were in charge of Fort' .Cumberland .Post No. 13. American Legion. Pallbearers were Paul Long. Steve Becky, R. A. Stroup, Louis Rich], Paul Mullan, and William Shook. Honorary pall- bears were David Ronnie, Edward Green,.Edward Rhind, George Zimmerly, James J. Jones, Joseph Fradiska. Thomas Farrell, Thomas Thompson. John R. Neff, Paul DO ALL 'YOUR FOOD BUYING AT ALBERT'S FOOD-0-MAT SAVE TIME . . . SAVE STEPS . . . SAVE MONEY Del Monte Pineapple CHUNKS No. 2 can 33c Norwood Coffee 1 lb 49e jar DOMINO SUGAR 25 & 2.09 10 £ 87c CHRISTMAS TREES TO FIT YOUR HOME 13 ft. 99c up U. S. No. 1 Ohio Potatoes 15 £ 55c Sweet Juicy Florida Oranges 23 c doz. ; HONEY BRAND READY TO EAT Hams '.,..;;',... * 59c KCADV TO EAT- Picnic Hams Ib . 43c I'OKK SUOCLDEB Steak ,„ 49c PORK LOIN" Roast : m° 41 c . Weisenmiller, George Jerry Deffinbaugh: Cllne and Members of the firing squad "-vers Sgt First Class F. W. Schneider, tft •;tta (Ward) Creegan.He is survived >y his wife. Mrs. Anna Reuschel; five brothers, James Wng- ler and Lambert Wagner, both of Fort Ashby; George Wagner and be in Hillcres: Burial Park. Cum berland. Zeller Kites FROSTBURG—Services lor Dei fcort M. Ze'.ler. G5, who died Thuf£- .Villinm Wagner, both_of Oldtown. J~ y " in ' Mt ^jto H 03p ital, were con v ' - yesterday in the Hafer Fun- . , xnd Claude Wagner, Her.dricks, Vs.. and two sisters, Mrs. Alice teller and Mrs. Gertrude Lease, both of Fort Ashby. The body is at the Stein Funeral eral Home by Rev. Harold R. Stoudt. St. Paul's ' Lutheran nastor of Church. Pallbearers were John Rase, Paul -lome where services will be held Maurey, Harry Craze, John Tomlin .Vednesday at 2 p. m. with the Rev | son James Lancaster and Edward rorinan O. Scribner, pastor oil., , Centre Street Methodist Church, uf- 'iciatlngr. Interment will oe In Hillcrest Burial Park. Mrs. Jack H. Roberts HAMBLETON. W. Va.—Mrs. Virginia (Bickey) Roberts, 26, wife of Jack H. Roberts, died in a Baltimore hospital where she had been a patient after giving birth to a daughter Wednesday. Besides her husband and her five- day-old daughter, she is survived by three other children, Lucille, Jack and Martha. The body -was returned to Hambleton to the home of her husband's mother, Mrs. C,' R. Carson, where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. Rev, W. A. O'Dell, pastor of First Methodist Church, • MonnVmn. . Burial was in AllCRnny Cemetery. Mrs. Thompson Rites McCOOLE—Services for Mrs. Emma Viola Thompson. 7C, who dieo' Saturday at her home here following a three-month's illness, will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the Rogers Funeral Home, Keyser. Rev. L. S. Steele, pastor of First Methodist Church, Keyser. will officiate and interment will be in Queen's Point Cemetery. Her first husband was the late Alfred Brown. Her second husband, Charles Edward Thompson, died In 1927. She is survived by five children, Gco.rge Brown, Martin's Ferry, Ohio; Mrs. Marion Shlsler, Harry Brown, Alfred Brown and Mrs, pastor of First Metnooisc unurcn, .DIUWU, iiuicu joiuwu a^u iv^o. Parsons, will officiate and inter- ] Stella Likens, all of Canton, Ohio; menwll bin a 'sister, Mrs. Charles B. Dull O£U. vv iiiiiiiiii j_»tkiiU4j, up*. '• • •«-•• Mortzfeldt, Cpl. C. E. Jackson, Pfc. Hair.bleton. J H. Nines, Pfc. C. E. Griffith,.Pfc. Ch'——- R. C. Rhodes. In the color guard . ECKHART—Charles: M. Newnam. were Roland Showers. Sr., Lee Fuller Truman Fuller, Jame's Seal. Roland oi' World War I, died yesterday Showers, Jr., and Albert Kerns, Jr representing Henry -Hart -Post No. 1411, Veterans of Foreign blew taps. ', Cpl. Strcett Rites morr.jng at his home, Kelly's Pump. ,„ .,„. He is survived by his widow, the Wars, former Miss Dora Kelly; five children, Mrs. Eugene F. Plum, Philadelphia; Charles M. Newnam, John Reburial services for Cpl, Arnold Leroy -Streett, 22,' of 16H Bedford Street, who was killed near Florence, Italy, July 12, 1944, were held yesterday at the George Funeral Home. Rev. L. J. Moore, pastor of Centreville Methodist Church, officiated assisted by Rev. O. Alton Linger, pastor of First Baptist Church. Military honors at the grave in the Patriotic Sons of America Cemetery, Centervillc, were in charge of Henry Hart Post, No. 1411, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Pallbearers were Raymond Reynolds, J. W.'Robinette, H. G. Bice, E, J. Walizer, Maurice Leasure, Eugene Bujac; color guard, John. Spiker, commander. Verner Winner, Vernon Crable,- Leo J. Thrasher, James Roby. James Roblson, Leroy Nleld, Herbert McFarland, George Speis; buglers, Harry.H, Barley and John R. Jackley. Julius V. Wagner Julius Vandiver Wagner, 65, of 137 Maple Street, died yesterday at 2:30 p. m. of a heart condition in the office of Dr. M.. E. B. .Owens, Virginia Avenue, where he had arrived to receive treatment.. ..Wagner, a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad carman, had not worked since Thanksgiving because of the heart ailment. He was taken to Dr. Owen's office by his nephew, William Creegan, son of- Mr. and Mrs. Francis Creegan. 608 Louisiana Avenue. A native of Fort Ashby, W. Va., he was a son of William A. and Charles M. Newnam 56,.a Celanese'employt- and veteran Lee Newnam, Miss Christiana Newnam and Thomas Joseph Newnam, all at home; a sister, Mrs. John J. Ellis, Atlanta, a brother, Caltor. Newnam, Cumberland, and two half-sisters,. Mrs. Samuel Monsour and Mrs. Lulu Hunter, both of Shreveport, La. The body is at the residence where a funeral service will be hold torn or.-ovv at 3:15 p. in. Interment will DUE TO COLDS FATHER JOHNS Medicine Gives QUICKmiEf by Its soothing effec/ on ffie throat Icvelsmd. 15 grandchildren and iree grenl-grandchildren. Mrs. Kimble Services PETERSBURG. W. Va.—Last Ices for Mrs. Relza Kimble, G9. v.'ho iied at her home last wee 1 ;, were icld Saturday in Brushy Run Church near Upper Tract. • Rev. J. W. Vance, pastor' of the Petersburg Church of God, officiated •nd interment was in Upper Tract Cemetery. .She was a daughter of. the late Mr. and Mrs. Job Kimble and was born near Upper Tract. Her husband, Wesley Kimble. died in 1929. She is survived by eight children, Obed B. Kimble, Upper Tract; Lcs- lie B. Kimble. Smoke Hole: Mrs. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal CreorauJsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the scat of die trouble to help JooAcn and expel germ laden pblcym and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous rnerabraaes.TeU your druggist to jell you * bottle of CreomulsiOD with the understanding you must like the way it-quickly allays tie cough. or you arc to have your mooey back.' CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitii Zella Kile Ronceverte- Mrs. Ed» O.jlate Martin and Molly (Gunning) Alt Petersburg; Mrs. Mabel V. Alt, Byrne, natives of the Ecknart .sce- Mo'zer; Mrs. .Minnie G. Shreve, tlon and former residents of Cres- Keyser--' Mrs pessie Whetzel,'aptown before moving .to, Bryn Brushy' Run, and Edward G. Kim- ,Mawr, Pa., a number of years ago. tie, Keyser, three half brothers andi Three children -and.'a sister. Mrs. three half sisters. : ,Lou Licb, aafl a. brother .Edward 'She was a member of the Brushy [Byrne, both of Sunbury, Pa., sur- Run Church of God. ( 'vive. " , • . • Mrs. Mao' Rose Fink- . ! A requiem'hJgh mass will-be cele- Mrs. Mary-Rose Hugh (Byrne) toated at Corpus Christ) .Church Fink widow of Charles Fink, died Baltimore, tomorrow morning, at. M Saturday at-her home in Baltimore., o'clock. The body'will be taken to Mrs Pink was a daughter of the iphoenisvillc. Pa., for interment. Everybody's Pointing to ttutpoint RANGES REFRIGERATORS WASHERS' IRONERS FREEZERS DISHWASHERS SINKS DISPOSALLS Every woman is dreaming of.,ovn- ing one of thctc fomoui appliances. Make your vift't dreams' come true (his Christmas. Choose from 'Cumberland's only'complelt line of Hotpoinr appliances. 318 N. Centre St. i \y •y :M You can help speed your telephone service in Cumberland TODAY, there are more telephones in service in Cumberland and more calls being made per telephone than ever before. While most of these.calls are going through faster, there are certain peak- hours when so many come in that there- just isn't room for them all. When this happens, you may have to .wait a little longer than usual for the operator to answer. This situation is temporary. More switchboard -equipment 1 is coming and we'll install it as rapidly as possible. We are-also making good progress on Cumberland's new $6PO,000 telephone building. ' Just as soon as construction of the building is completed, we will begin the complex and time-consuming task of installing the equipment required to operate this new telephone center. In the meantime-and especially during the busy holiday season-you can help speed your service by following these four suggestions: I Try to make as many or your calls as pos'sible outside the peak. calling hours", which are 10 A.M. to 12 .Noon and-4 to 6 P.M. a Instead of calling; "Information". when you aren't sure of a number, please look first in the directory. 3 11 every line on the switchboard is in use and the operator isn't' able to answer for a few moments, please be patient. 4 Long Distance lines will be crowded this Christmas. Rather than risk delay or disappointment on your greeting calls, why not make them before Christmas Eve or after Christmas Day? Thanks for helping us give you better telephone service The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company of Baltimore City FLORIDA ORANGES 2 A >i» doxcn SEEDLESS Grapefruit ..6 Ior 29c SWEET Tangerines doz. 25c CALIFORNIA Carrots . .2 bchs He FRESH Parsnips Ibs. 23c PITTED Dates lb. 25c ENGLISH Walnuts lb. 4lc NEW CROP Filberts . lb. 35c CAPE COD Cranberries lb. 25c FIKM Tomatoes lb. 27c GREEN Beans lb !7c PENNSYLVANIA Potatoes 50 Ib bac 1.69 SEEDLESS Raisins 2 15ozpkE5 29c PAPER SHELL Almonds .. lb. 49c SOFT & SHELL Pecans 39c Employed Women. GET A LOAN ON YOUR LUNCH HOUR Yes Ma'am—employed women can get a cosh loan for seasonal neada, dental bills, or similar good purposes on their lunch hour. And still hove time for o quick sandwich. You con got the money on signature nione . . . your employer or friends are not involved. And you, yourself, select the nmount Dnd^ date of your monthly repayment. Just phone or come^in today nnd tell the Cashier you want a "Business Woman's Loan." It's Yes to 4 out of 5 at 7&4M7UX/ Loam $25 to $900 or more on signatun, furnitur« or car 'fHt COMPAHYWl ™>ir to SAIT vts- FINANCE CO. LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY BLDG., CUMBERLAND Phone: 721 • Aik for Edith Twigg loam moda lo reiidcnll of all surrounding lowns, team $300 and less mete iindnt the Maryland Small Loon Ad. RALPH FRANTZ MARKET RIDGELEY, W. VA. I SELF-SERVE Phone Orders Promptly Filled j 879 TREE DELIVERY on' orders j 4030 '• of $3.00 or more WE CLOSE WEDNESDAY AT 12:30 Pillsbury FLOUR 25 lb. $4 Q Kinpnut OLEO n . 29c .Icrzcc MILK 31lII 59c cans *Jv\f FRESH PRODUCE I NEW GREEN Cabbage ..2 lb£ 15c I CAUF. Carrots ..2 bun I9c I PASCAL Celery . ..> bun -2le I Fancy Cooking and Eating Apples . ...3 lbs 29c I CALIF. RED Grapes .2 lbs 25c FANCY MEATS Brisket Boilins BEEF ........ lb 39c! lb 63c| BEEF STEW , Ven.1 Shoulder CHOPS ....... lb 59c| I.onfrhorn Cheddar CHEESE ...... lb 55c| Lean Sliced BACON ....... Ib 65c| VERY SPECIAL Ritv 1 f- "7.. p'F. Puddihe 13c And tfet oni- plfp, r'ltKE. Rose. ViLiillta. Chocolate, Butterscotch. BOSCTJL COFFEE tin JjC ' ' PURE LARD 2 i bs 49c The "Crystal* knows that you'd give your wife a break if the shirts she gives you for Christmas were laundered by the Crystal instead by of her. SHIRTS FINISHED 20c Telephone 936 fi 1 K I I S CUMBERLAND'S LARGEST FURNITURE COMPANY WITH A rappan GF1S KRNGE For more time with the family —less time in the kitchen—use n Tappan with the Tel-U-Set— the beautiful panel that brings "controlled cooking" to your fingertips . . . coo'-'ng free of guesswork. TIMID APPLIANCE OUTLET . . times your to*it*r orpercolitor AUTOMATIC CLOCK ... to time your oven VISIGUIDE ... rime and temperature cbirt VIS1MINDER ... signals by light . "OVEN-ON" SIONAL ... glowi and 3. bell when cooking's done when oven ii lighted 0 Come in tomorrow and see » complet* demonstration of Tappan's exclusive Tel- U-Sct and its, many other conveniences. • There's a colorful'giftpreientation card for those thoughtful families who w»nt mother to enjoy a beautiful Ihpp»D. OPEN TONITE UNTIL 9 P.M. ft*. 42-46 Baltimore Street Phone 70

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