Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 15, 1948 · Page 2
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 2

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 15, 1948
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, IMS I'tume 4600 for * WANT AD Tak«r * (Continued from Page 10) Ignatius and Thomas Devlin., all ol Lonaconlng. a D <l Mrs. James K. Brown and Miss Anna Devlin, Lonsconine: five sisters, Mrs. Mary Small, Mrs. Reginald Kyle, Mrs. Ed•ward Dye and Mrs. Perry Llewellyn, Barton,.and Mrs. James A. Nicol, Lonaconine; lour brothers, Edgar and Robert Symons, Barton; John Symons, Piedmont, W. Va.; and James Symons, Westernport, and 11 grandchildren. : Rites will be held tomorrow at 10 'a. m. in St. Mary's • Catholic Church with Rev. Charles W. Bogan, pastor, officiating- Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Thompson Burial KEYSER, W. Va.—Mrs. Emma Viola Thompson, 76, who died Saturday at her residence In McCoole, was buried yesterday in Queen Point Cemetery here. Services at the Rogers Funeral Home were conducted by Rev. L. A. Steele, pastor ol First Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Arthur Glass, David Clark, Wayne Robinson, Marsh Clark, Delbert Michaels and Clifton Mills. John W. Clark HANCOCK-rJfohn William Clark, 81, retired Western Maryland Railway inspector, dlsd yesterday at his home here after a lingering illness His parents were the late Ambrose P. and Rebecca. (McGowan) Clark A native of Sir. John's Run, W Va., Mr. Clark had resided in Hancock for 25 years. "He wns a member of the Evangelical United Brethren Church at Berkeley Springs, W. Va., and of James W. Bowers Lodge No.' 173, A, p. and A. M., Hancock., Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Susan I. Clark; two sons, Walter C. Clark, Cumberland, and John Clark, Jr., Cambridge, Mass.; five daughters, Mrs. Clara Weaver and Mrs. Madeline Webster, both of Cumberland;. Mrs. Mildred Vance, Hagerstown; Mrs. Mary Michael, Big Pool, and Mrs. Gi-ace French, at home; one sister, Mrs. Ida Compton, Sir John's run; two brothers, James Clark, Sir John's- Run, and Brain Clark, Magnolia, W. Va.; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. • Rites will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. in Evangelical United Brethren Church, Berkeley Springs, with Rev.'J. R. Collis ofiiclating. Burin' will be in Green Way Cemetery there. The body is at the home. Nacilclc lteburin.1 KEYSER, W. Va.—Reburial rites for Pfc. Walter I. Naedele, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustaveous B. Nae- dele,' 59 Orchard Street, who was killed in the Ardennes campaign on January 8,'- 1945, were held Sunday at the home of his parents with Rev. L. A. Steele,-pastor of the First Methodist Church, and Rev.,William E, Thomas, of Cresaptown, officiating. Interment was in Lahmansville cemetery. Military honors were accorded by members- of Nancy Hanks Post, No. 3518, . Veterans of Foreign Wars. Active pallbearers included Harry Reese, James LaRosa, William Fortney, Hubert Hartman, Preston. Hedrick and John H. McLaughlin. Members of the Yoeman Club, Sey-ser, of which Pfc. Naedele was a member, 'and Fred Steward, L. C.j Shuck, EriU'St Helsley, Jamos Dce- gan, Virgil Welch, and Staff Sergeant Theodore Wilfong were honorary bearers. The firing squad was composed of Galen Kcphart, William Tanner, Carl Arnold, John Keplinger, Virgil Divis, Lewis'Blackburn, J. A. Avers and Harold Snyder. Color bearers were Hubert Hartman and Thomas Sahders with Dv/yane Mills and Charles Boyce as color guards. I. N. Godfrey served as chaplain and C. J. Clark as bugler. The honor guard consisted of Robert Eagle, J. R. Dcogan, J, T. Decgan, Neal Fault, William Slcver, Dory Rolls. M. L. Haines, Richard Smith, Leonard Wolf, Claude Boyce and Kenneth Matlick. Forrest High of Nancy Hanks Post \vas in charge of the military detail and members of Queens Point Memorial Post, No. 6775, McCoole, and 201st Field Artillery, National Guard Unit, Keyser, also attended. Stolt Services FROSTBURG—A requiem mass for Larry Stott, seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Stott, 204 McCulloh Street, who died yesterday in Miners' Hospital from in uries suffered when struck by a cai Monday, will be celebrated Friday at 9:30 a. in. in'St. Michael's Catholic Church. Interment will take place in St. Anne's Cemetery, Avil- con, Garretfc county. Dr. H. V, Deraing, deputy county ,-nedJcal examiner, snid death was ;aused by intercrsinial hemorrhage due to a fractured skull. The boy also sustained a fractured right leg :ind a laceration over his right eye. Dr. Deining said. the Stott boy :-an from behind a truck which was traveling in the opposite direction, Into the path of the car of Lowry Newton . Moser, 48, of 5G Green Street, Frostburg. The boy was carried a shore distance by the car, he said, and then fell to the ground, striking his head on the pavement and fracturing his skull. According to Dr. Deming, Moser told him the boy had run from the east side of the street into the cen- ter of the street, where he .was struck as Moser drove south on the street. The driver said his view, of the street was obstructed by' the truck, Dr. Deming added. No charges have been pressed •against Moser. pending an investigation by State's Attorney Morgan C. Harris. Pfc. n. J. Monahan FROSTBURG—The body of Allegany county's first reported casualty of the battle of Iwo Jima will arrive here tomorrow and . will be taken to 'the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Monahan, 82 West Main Street. Pfc. Harold J. Monahan, 19, was wounded- March 4, 1945', while serving with the Fifth Marine-Division. He died March 12, 1945, in an Army hospital on Guam where he was burled. , Pfc. Monahan entered the Armed Forces October 7,i 1943, and had previously ..been employed in the service department of the Celanese Corporation of America. Besides his parents, he is survived by five brothers and sisters, Edward Monahan, Mrs, Harold Dudley, Mrs. Jewell Hanaghan, Miss Joan Monahan and William Monahan, all of Frostburg. Reburial rites will be held Saturday at 9:30. a. m. in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg. Inter- ment'will be in. St. Michael's Cemetery .with military honors, accorded by Farrady Post No.. 24, American Legion, and John R. Fairgrieve Post No. 2462, Veterans of' Foreign Wars. Kill the ItCh (Scabies) With Siticide This liquid preparation kills In M, minutes tliooe Itch mites with 1 which If comes In contact. Buy SUICIDE from your druggist, or send 60c to Sitlcldc Co., Commerce, Ga. (Adv.) Hugh Hassocks In Duron Plastic Ivory, green, red, blue $17.95 BENEMAN'S Wejtem Maryland'! Finejf Furniture Store Rest JOtet in Shirts — WHITE SHIRTS The Manhattan label and the Schwarzenbaeh gift. box is double assurance that his gift shirts will receive a royal welcome. 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