Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 23, 1948
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 19-18 SEVEN • - Obituary **~ (Continued from Pass 5) town, Md.; Mr. and Mrs.' Eugene Hunt. Seneca; Mr. and Mrs.' Paul -Pogle, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ely, .Baker,. ' - • •John Davis . . .FROSTBURG—John • Davis, 76 melons-resident of this section, died Wednesday at his farm home near Borden Shaft. He had been ill some Ume. /Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Florence (Buckalew) Davis; a bro : iher, Arch Davis, McMullen Hlgh- 'iray, Cumberland; a sister, Mrs. Annie Eagan, Akron, Ohio, and the 'following children. Mrs. Albert Slt- tlg and Arch Davis, Frostburg; Mrs. Jane Brode, Keyser. W. Va.; William~Davis, Shalt; Mrs. Elvira Skidmore," Midlothian; Mrs.. Anna Mae Kemp, Frostburg; Mrs. Ida Frazer, Acosta, Pa.; John Davis, Shaft; Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, Clarysville and Mrs. LaVerne Cavey, National. The-body is at the Durst Funeral HomeL w here services will be conducted^ tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Kev. Raymond M. Crowe, pastor of the Midland Methodist Church. Burial mil be in Allegany Cemetery. Mallov Services MT.' SAVAGE—A .requiCm mass for Miss Gertrude Malloy, 72, who died Sunday, was celebrated yesterday in' St. Patrick's Catholic Church by Rev. Michael Smyth. Rev. Patrick Bradley, pastor of St. Michael's Catholic • Church. Frostburfj, vas in the sanctuary. Burial was in the .church cemetery. Pallbearers, all nephews, were Jo- eepli • iand John Mallow, • Rockwell Graham, DeSales^ McDermltt and Lawrence and Edward Malloy. Attending .from. out-of-town vine. Roy Mestrezat and Rockwell Dull, ConnellsvlUe. Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. George Malloy, Leo Malloy and Miss Betty Malloy. Frostburg;. i' John >'. Achcrman 1 John Nicholas lAckerman, 72, husband of Mrs. Catherine (Adam) Ackennan, died last night at his HEADQUARTERS FOR HEALTH SPOT SHOES • Women's • ^Men's • 'Children's 79 Baltimore Street 2nd Floor L. J. Uvcnitcin, Ph.T. Phone 1580 residence, 643' Henderson Avenue, after an illness of lour months.. A native of Cumberland,' Mr. Ackerman' was a member'of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Fostoria, Ohio. His parents were the late Joseph, and Barbara CRcichert) Ackerman. • : $ Besides his widow, he is. survived by three sons, John, Edward • C. and .Charles F. Ackerman. all of this city;, one daughter, Mrs. Jqhn Baker, at home;, three 'Sisters, Mrs. Harry Shore and Miss Margaret Ackerman, both of Fairmont, W. Va., and Mrs. Carrie Lippold, this city and six grandchildren., A requiem mass will be celebrated tomorrow' at 9 -a. m. at SS. Peter and Paul Church and burial will be 1 in the church cemetery. The body is at the'home. 9 IVadsrvorth Riles Rites for Mrs.' Rosella '. (Rice). Wadsworth; 72, wife of William R. Wadsworth, 30 North Liberty.Street, who.died Monday in Memorial Hospital, were conducted Tuesday night in Stein's Funeral Home by Rev.. William J. Elliott, pastor of First Methodist Church. The-body-was. taken to', the United/ Brethren Church, Rockwood, Pa., yesterday for final services by Rev. J'. F. Dmlnhlzcr, pastor. Burial -was in the IOOF Cemetery, Rockwood. . Pallbearers -were Simon Enos Homer Bowman, William 'Bracken, Jacob Ringer, Howard Strong and William Morgan.' '. ' Shipley Services Services were held yesterday aft-: crnoon from the Hafer Funeral Home for Mrs. Jessie (Neff) Ship- Icy 60 wife of William Shipley, Potomac Park, who' died Sunday. Rev.-William J. Elliott; pastor of First Methodist Church, and Rev. I George Baughman, former pastor, i officiated and burial was in Rose | Hill- Cemetery. I Pallbearers were. Frederick Bishop John Kochls, John Kerns, John Young, O'Dell Simons and James Wlland. RohrbaURh Burial , Curtis Lee Rohrbaugh.-seven-i year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Curtis W. Rohrbaugh, North Branch, who died Monday in Allegany Hospital, was buried yesterday in Hart- Icy Cemetery near Oldtown. Services at the home of his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Amlck, near Oldtbwn, -were 1 in charge of Rev. Charles S. Rccklej, pastor of-Davis Memorial Church. Pallbearers .were Bernard and Prescriptions We Delivtr Free Up to 3 Miles By Auto and Bicycle We Moil Your Prescription or Send by Bus Within 50- Mile Radiu* Gerald Lewis', Lloyd Mowery and Orln Twlgg, Syckcs -Funeral , Services, for Mrs.: Beatrice M: (Holmes) Syckes, 69, The Dingle, who died Sunday, were conducted' yesterday afternoon at the.residence by Rev. David C, Watson;' rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Wilbur 'Parker, James Sloan, Lloyd'Stalllngs, Rosenbaum, John Williams and Dr. Thomas Robinson. Dcrcmcr Rites Last rites will be held tomorrow at 2:30 'p. m. from the Kighc Fim- eral Home for Martin Luther Deremer, 54. Route 3, Bedford Road, who •died yesterday in Memorial Hospital. Rev. Gordon Hall, pastor of Elliott Memorial Church, will officiate with interment in Zion Memorial Burial' Park. ' A sister, Mrs. Debbie Clark, Pittsburgh, Is among the survivors. Dayman Loufjhry PARSONS, W. Va.—Daymen Samuel Lough'ry, 10-year-old son of S. V. and Freda (Melmick) Lough- .ry, -Heiidricks, died Tuesday in a Parsons hospital after a month's illness. ,He was born January 19, 1838,' in Heudricks, and was a student in the fifth grade -of Hamrick School. ' Surviving, besides his parents, are two sisters,- Carol and -Eleanor Loughry, at home; his grandparents, Mrs. Jerry Hclmick. Hcndricks,- and Mrs. Sarah Loughry, Thomas. Two half brothers, Howard Lough- ry,' Alpena, and Benton Miller, Hcn- dricks, and"'four hair-sisters, -Miss Audrey • Miller, •• Clarksburg; Mrs. George Smldley, - Cumberland, and Mrs-Robert Phillips and Mrs. Belva Milchei:, both of Fairmont, also survive. Services will be conducted torr.or-' , row at 1 p. m. in First Methodist I Church, Hendricks. by Rev. W, A. Odell, pastor. 'Burial will be in Sutherland Cemetery. * A. C. Mqlnlirc J -MARTINSBURG.. W. Va. — RC-. quiem mass will be.said tomorrow for A.' C. Mclntire, former state senator and special jurist in the l23rd West Virginia District. | Mclntire died In a hospital'.here 'yesterday after's illness. He was 73. He practiced law both here and at Berkeley Springs. He was named special judge by the Berkeley Bar ^Association in 1940 in the absence I of the regular jurist. Mrs. Jessie L. Kcclcy WASHINGTON—A funeral service was held Tuesday for Mrs. Jessie Lane Keeley, 83, who died Saturday in' 1 a Colesvllle (Me!.)' nursing home after a three year illness. The services were held in the Lee Funeral I Home, Fourth Street' and Massachusetts Avenue, N.E. Interment was in St. Louis, . Mrs." Keeley, a retired Labor De- Apartment employee, was born near I Cumberland, Md,, and came to Washington in 1312. Her uncle. Co!. i Martin H. WDIlams, a former St. Louis editor, was reading clerk of the House of-Representatives, The widow of Rev. James Hugh Keeley, retired Methodist pastor who died in 1932, Mrs. Keeley lived in Riverdalc, Md., until she entered Mrs. Jessie If.. Jolliffe's Nursing Home three' years ago. . . Mrs. Keeley was a member of the Rivcrdale Grange. Riverdalc Citizens' Association and the Women's Single Tax Club of the District of Columbia. She was also a contributor to' magazines and newspapers. There arc no immediate survivors. Mrs. C. B. Jones FROSTBTJRG — Mrs. Bertha Jones, wife of Rev. C. B. Jones, 1245 Maryland Avenue, Canton, Ohio, died in that city this week after being Jn falling health more than a year! She was the last member of her. immediate family.' Hcv. and Mrs. Jones resided In I Frostburg about five years when the former served ns pastor of the First English Baptist Church. Rev. Jones is now pastor of the Maryland Avenue Baptist Church in Canton. Funeral services will be held tomorrow in Canton. Mrs. Luciiula Cobcr MEYERSDALE, Pa.—Mrs. Lucinda Cober, 98,-one of the oldest resi- dents.of Somerset county.'dieri here Tuesday. She had been In poor health for several years. Mrs. Cober, born in Brothers- valley, January 3. 1850, was a daughter of the late Frederick and Phoebe (Shryock) Brant, pioneer settlers ia Somerset county. She was the widow of Aaron Cober, who died in 1000, and the mother of the late- A. B. Cober, Somerset county educator. Mrs. Cobcr lived in Berlin until the recent death of her son and had since resided In Meyorsdale. John R. Casscday TERRA ALTA, W. .Va.'—A funeral service for John • B.-Gasseday, 84, who died December 13 at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Wllma Baker, Salem, Oregon, will be held Sunday at the Pike-Watson Funeral Home here! Kev. Emra T.Fikc; pastor of White Dale Brethren Church, officiated. .. • Mr. Casseday was owner and operator of- the -Casscday Hotel here until he retired in -1944. .Besides his daughter,- Mr. Casseday is survived by two sons, E:',F. Casscday, principal- of Terra' Alta High School, and John F. Casscday. druggist of Elkirts, . and seven grandchildren. . ' SHOOT Fire away, men — We have fine WORK CLOTHES at great sayings! CONCORD .313 S. Mechanic St. , Just Call 3646 or 943 ; Walsh-McCagh Pharmacy MARYLAND'S LEADING PRESCRIPTION STORE 101 N. 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