Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 16, 1948 · Page 2
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JL---TWO EVENING TIMES,. CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 194$ Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Tater - Obittmry Glenn S. Sisk Glean S. Sisk. 53, husband of Mrs Minnie (Valentine), Sisk, 9 Laing Avenue, died last night at his home after an illness of nine months. A B. and O. fireman, Mr. Sisk Tvas * son of the late Robert and Nellie <CoIlman) Sisk. He belonged to the Good Fellowship Club. Survivinsr, besides his widow, are two daughters. Mrs. Mary Shipley this, city, and Mrs. Emma Dolly Bldgeley: eight sons, WllBur Sisfc, Short Gap; Robert Sisk, Old Furnace Road, Ridgeley; William S1& this city: Raymond Sisk, Hyadman P:..; James Sisk, with the Navy at Pensacola, Fla.. "and Kenneth, Gilbert and Glenn Sisk, Jr., at home, and 10 grandchildren. He also leaves iour brothers, Ervin Bisk, this city: Charles Sisk, St. Louis,; Orris Sisk, Detroit, and Roy Elsk, Baltimore, and a Bister, Mrs. Hilda VanMeter, this city. The body will be taken to the -residence this evening. Funeral ser- be conducted Sunday at -l-p.-rn. in Old Turnace Church of the Brethren by Rev. James Lot- »peich, pastor of Port Ashby Methodist Church, and Rev. Jesse W. •Wnltacre, pastor. Burial will take place in Abe Cemetery on Old Furnace Road. Wagner XUMn Rite* for Julius V. Wagner, 65, of 137 Maple Street, who died Sunday, •were conducted yesterday afternoon •.t the Stein Funeral Home by Rev. jforrnan O. Scrlbner, pastor of Centre Street Interment was Park. Methodist Church, in Hillcrest Burial Pallbearers were Philip M., Allan and Richard Wagner. George K. Reuschel and D, Thoma* and George G«U Beburial 1TRO8TBURG —Reburial services for Pfc. Thomas Elvin Gall, who • died "In Germany April , 1945, were i--. conducted this afternoon at the Hafer Funeral Home by Rev. W. D. "' Reese, retired pastor of Mt. Zion "-•^Baptist Memorial 'Church. Inter... ..jnenwwas in Allegany Cemetery with military honors In. charge of Farrady Post No. 24, American Le— gioni-John R. rairgrieve Post No. 2452, TTW, and Braddock Post, Disabled American Veterans. Born in West Franklin, HI., Pfc. Gall entered the Army on November 15, 1943, and went overseas with the 63rd-"Infantry Division of the Seventh Army In 1945. He was a member of Civil Air Patrol Squadron No. 331, Cumberland, and made his first solo flight April 23, 1943. A graduate of Beall High School, class of J1943. Pfc. Gall was employed as a projectionist' at the Palace Theatre before his induction. Surviving are his widow, the f orb- ir Viola Patterson; a son, Thomas George Gall, four; his mother, Mrs, " Joseph Morgan Myers, this city; his father, Thomas Gall; Eccles, W. Va.; j ft naif-brother, Samuel Gall, a stepsister. Mrs. Myron Lehr, aud two irepbrothers, Earl Morgan, Cumberland, and Lee W. Morgan, Hagerstown, and his matmal grandparent^ Mr. and Mrs. John..Rennie, Sr., West Franklin, 111. He was a stepson of the late Thomas H. Morgan. Xewnam Funeral PROSTBURG—Charles Newnam, K, World War I .veteran, who died Sunday »t his'home in'-Eckhart, was buried-Tuesday in Allegany Ceme- tery. Services at the residence -were in charge of Rev. Alban. Hanimal, O. F. M. Cap., pastor 'of SS." Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Cumberland. Pallbearers were Frank and Bayse Peddicorci; Charles and John Hines and 'Lloyd and William Newnam. Interment was in Hillcrest Burial Park, Cumberland, with .military rites conducted by the'local American Legion and VFVV posts. Lewis C. Shock BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va,— Lewis Charlton'Shock, 74, who 'died Saturday in Sylvan Retreat where he had been a patient two weeks, was buried Monday in Camp Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw. Rites were held at the Parks". Funeral Home here With Rev. Winfleld Hall, pastor of Paw Paw Methodist Church, officiating. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Millard Ryan, Kifer, Md., and Mrs. Robert W. Hitt, Louisville, and six grandchildren. . ' • . ' Royce Kcburial Reburlal rites for Sgt. Carl E. Royce, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Royce, 315 Footer Place, who was'killed In Belgium January 13,. '1945, .will be held Sunday .at 2 p. m. from., the Kight Funeral Home with Rev. C. H...'Wakeman, pastor of First Church of the.Breth- ren. Interment will- take place in Zion Memorial'Burial Park. •. Fort Cumberland Post No. 13, American Legion,. will accord full military honors at the grave. His body will arrive in Cumberland late this afternoon. Pfc. Adrian Phillips .THOMAS, W. Va'.—The body of Pfc. Adrian Phillips, 35, who was killed in Germany January 1, 1945, will be reburied Sunday in Rose Hill Cemetery following'service at 2 p, m. in First Methodist; Church. Rev. Andrew B. Mann,- pastor of .First Presbyterian. Church,, will officiate. Pfc. Phillips was born March 24, [910, in Tucker county, a son of Thomas W. arid Laura E. .(Feaster) Phillips. He graduated from Thomas ployed by the Christopher Com one daughter,'at Purgittsvlile, and Company, Morgantown, before entering the.service June 4, 1942. He trained with an anti-aircraft outfit one. son,. Detroit. Services will be held tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. at-the Combs' Funeral and was sent overseas in 'October, Home, Romney. Interment in Green jLane Cemetery, at Delray. W. Va. 1844. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Earl and William. Phillips, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Sutton, Jr., all of Thomas, Blue Ridge Post No. 22, American Legion, will accord full military honors at the gra.ve. The body is at the home 01 his parents. : Pvt Collin Reeves, Jr. ' WESTERNPORT — The body of Pvt. Collin L. Reeves, Jr., 23, who died in a French . hospital on April 13, 1945, arrived here yesterday afternoon and was taken to the Memorial building in Philos Cemetery pending the arrival of his brother, Pvt. Allan Reeves, who was killed in Germany in April, 1045. The v two heroes ore sons of Mr. Frostburg ]V Faces Charges UNIONTOWN, Pa.—Two persons were iajured Tuesday evening when two cars collided at East Fayotte and East Main Streets marking the second accident at the same spot in little more than 24 hours. The driver of one car, Carl W. Spitznas, 56, Frosttaurj, Md.. will be charged with, failing to halt au a stop sign, Patrolman Frank Malik said. Treated. at Unlontown Hospital J_ilC\ IAYU litiUCO tVl U OUJ1O V- iv*t . , —».,._ and Mrs. Collin L. Reeves, Sr.. 401 ««: W:ilter ' were two passengers in .Spitznus' *-i -r~i LI- 43os "> urs; ' Spruce Street. Members of Victory Post No. 155, American Legion, escorted the body of Pvt. Coffin Reeves to ihs Memorial building. Eocttncr Services FROSTBURG—Service's were held Tuesday afternoon at the Hafer Funeral Home lor Thomas Allen Boettner, 51, a native of Frostburg, who died last 'Thursday in Phoenix, Ariz. Rev.. Walter D. Meriting, pastor of Zion.'Evangelical and Reformed Church, officiated and burial was in.Allegany Cemetery with military honors 'accorded by Farrady Post No. 24, American Legion, and John B. Fairgrieve Post No. 2452, Veterans of'Foreign Wars, and Braddock Post, Disabled American Veterans. Pallbearers for Mr. Boettner, z veteran of World War I, were Homer Rafferty, Kenneth Pollack, Andrew Anderson,'.William McKenzie, Walter Evans and Merle Jackson, J. ROMNEY, E. Wilkins W. Va.—James Edward Wllkins," 82, died Tuesday of-a cerebral hemorrhage at the home of'-his sister-in-law, Mrs. H. O. Griffith, where he had been residing for. the past month. Prior-to that he was a resident of Detroit. :Ee'Is survived by his wife,'.Mrs. High.School in 1931 and. was em-lLula Catherine (Mauk) Wllkins: Magazine Editor O Addresses Writers Mrs. Eleanor Sterham cis. New York, fiction editor of "Today's Woman," addressed the Writers Club of Columbia University in Harkness Theater at the university on "Contemporary Fiction Trends", recently. Following the talk a reception' was held at the home of Professor and Mrs. Donald Clark for Mrs. MacMannis and the teachers in the writing courses at Columbia. Professor Clark is head of the English department. During the same week, Mrs. Mac- Mannis ndressed the Mysrory Writers of America on suspense story. writing. She participated in a panel discussion of mass-communication media with members and a group of television and motion picture directors. Mrs. MacMannis expects to return to -her home at 110 Washington jand his son, William, 12, both for lacerations of the lace. Police said Spitznas, heading east j su^r bSore > 'chiis'tmas."she "Is on East Main Street, failed to halt ^ of Riohsrd MacMannis. at the sign and crashed into an 1 auto operated by Edward Cunningham, ttie 20, Fairchance, Pa., who was attempting to turn his westbound vehicle into East Fayette Street. Police said Spitznas told them he failed to see the sign and.thought he had the right-of-way. Damage was estimated at $350 to Spitznas' car and 5200 to Cunningham's auto. TONIGHT!, Screen Guild Players - < BOB HOPE SIGNEHASSQ > "Where There's I/fe"v .; More than 600 harness racing Holmes Devotee^ Bring Baker Slreei To" Tokyo TOKYO —INS)—The shadow of Sherlock Holmes now stalks the: dimly-lit alleyways of Tokyo in-j stead of his more familiar Lime- j house haunts. i The Baker Street Irregulars see; to that. ; It's all as fictitious as Sherlock! himself—except in the minds of the i self-styled Irregulars. , \ A. raised group of 12 Americans,-; Australians and Japanese have! founded the Baritsu chapter of the,' Irregulars, which, has chapters in! major American cities. The Irregulars assume that Sherlock Holmes is a real living person and allow their fancy to act accordingly. They put down the result of their flights of imagination -into detective prowess on paper and discuss it when, they meet. The chapter's name, Baritsu, was taken from The Return of Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock's creator, author Sir Arthur Conan Itoyle, described "Baritsu" as a Japanese word. Actually the word — once again lite tracks held.meetings during 1948. i Holmes—does not exist. An (deal I Practical Christmas Gift 1 CAMEl CIGARETTES REBUILT LATE MODEL GUARANTEED Remington Standard TYPEWRITERS . it.l.OO New Remington Portable Typewriters " The MARQUIS Company 6 Harrison Street Phone 4970 •» 3* 55 Sfe 35 B xs, -.w ''CITY" HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERY NAME ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST! TELEPHONE SETS Walnut- or Mahogany 17.95 CARD TABLES . ;...• $2.95 up Imperial Blackberry WINE h 97c YOUR DOLLARS HAVE MORE CENTS WHEN YOU SHOP AT THE PUBLIC SERVICE MARKETS California Water Pack PEACHES 2 "%*;-;' 35* CRISCO OK SPRY O can J-«tlO JERZEE MILK tall cans Oak Grove OLEO «£.' 29c SWAN SOAP 3 EEC. EARS 25c LIFEBUOY SOAP 3 KEG. 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