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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND,, MIX, MONDAY, DECEMBER . 27, 19-18 Phone 4600 for u WANT AD Taker, m • m Obituary Max Lent Max Lent, 60, of 119 North Centre Street, died early today at Allegany Hospital where he' was admitted December 13. He operated the Max Furniture Store, 45 Virginia. Avenue.- Among the survivors are a tiro- ther, David Levin,- New York City. The 1 body is at ..the Haler Funeral Home. ... ...'.-• James D.Felkcr FROSTBURG—A funeral service will be held tomorrow .afternodfl lor James Dewey Felker, 28, furloughed Miami, Fla.;. 18 grandchildren,and four great-grandchildren;. ..- . • ' A funeral . service was held in Nethkin Hill Methodist Church with Rev. Prince officiating. Burial was in Nethkin Hill- Cemetery". . John Davis* Kites. . FROSTBURG — Rites 'were conducted Friday from the Durst Funeral Parlor • for* John Davis, who died Wcdr.eshday at.his home, Bor- clen Shaft.'.'Rev. Raymond Crowe, pastor of the Midland-Meih'odlst Church, officiated.' Interment was in-Alleeany Cemetery. New Device Speeds Sub'.Rescues 'IP B. aod O. machinist helper, who was I Pallbearers .. .were John, Davis, totally burned early 'Christmas while | James Engle, James Sittig,-Harvey, fighting flames which destroyed his Darkwood and Howard Skidmore. ^ "•' —•-'-•- "-" ™—- •-'- Miss Grace E."Oliver : Miss Grace .Estella Oliver, 62, - of .730..'Bedford , Street,. died Saturday night 'In Memorial Hospital :where slle had- been a p'atient -for ten days. . She. was a daughter of the late George'W. and. Ida C. Oliver, and a member-, of, Emmanuel '. Episcopal Church. ' She is survived-', by two sisters, Mrs. -Richard P. McCardell arid "Miss'.Mary-; Eiolse .Oliyer, .both 'of this.city... .,.-'• - '••....,'./;....' . A funeralj service, will, be' held -tomorrow at "2 p. m; at'the residence with Rev.'David C. Watson,, rector of Emmanuel.Episcopal Church, officiating: Burial-,-will- be in Rose Hill .Cemetery.-The .family requests .that flowers-be-omitted.-. "• , Mrs. Martha M. Pettet Mrs. -Martha. M.' Pettet,' 88,'.'of 2 i Wabash Street,-'Ridgeleyl'widow of! Robert S: Pettet,• died yesterday .in Memorial: Hospital where .she 'had been a ..patient since, Wednesday. She had-"been''ill-for., t\vo weeks. A.native of Bethany,.W. Va.,-she was : a -daughter. :of; the : late James arid .. Amanda , Weavel • McDougan. She was a member of the First. Baptist Church. ' >• -. Mrs. Pettet is survived-' by one daughter, Mrs. • William 'E. Myers, tome at 215. Welsh -Hill, Frostburg The service will he conducted tomorrow at'2:30 p.m.'at the" home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perdew, 231 Welsh. • Hill. ' by ' Rev. Watson E Eolley, pastor' of First Methodisl Church. Frostburg. .Burial-will be-at Eckhart Cemetery. • •». Surviving,'besides his widow,'the former Miss • Genevieve Perdew, are two' children, Carolyn -Ann, -3, -and 'James Richard, 2,. his .parents,. Mr, »nd Mrs. Frank Felker, Eckhart, five brothers, Roy, .Charles;, : John, - Robert and Earl Felker, and' four sisters, Mrs.Jrvin-.Myers; arid Gloria, Grace and Virginia Lee Felker, all of Eckhart. •The body-Is at -the Perdew residence,' where Felker's family is stay- Ing temporarily. ' McDonough Rites "!•'••.- Final.rites for John, Robert. McDonough. .77,. who died"suddenly at his home, 114 "Lennox. Place, Friday •were, held today .at St. Patrick's Church'by the Very Rev. J,_Lawrence. Kilkenny, pastor. Interment was in the church-cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles -McDonough, Louis Ruppenkamp, John O'Rourke, Ellsworth Meyers, .Victor Shaffer 1 and'Roy McDonough, ". ' : Thomas P. Carter . • ECKHART—Thomas Patrick Carter, 74, Washington' Hollow, near Eckhart, a retired coal miner, died Saturday in Miners' Hospital-where lie had been a patient five-days. (be in Rose Hill- Cemetery. He-is-survived, by his', .widow,'the ' • former Miss .Catherine Gro'eter, .and the following children:-Mrs. Stella This, newly-developed messenger buoy is designed to speed submarine. :escue ;work 'by : 'eliminating the heed for deep-sea divers. Released by a stricken sub, .the ball-shaped buoyancy chambers' cai;ry it up'lolhe surface..'. The reel in.the center carries wire cable, ' connected to the sub's escape hatch. The rescue chamber is lowrcd on this, cable.. .(U..S. .Navy photo, from .NEA-Acme.) • UUU£ilt.t;i , 'IV11&, • VYlllinill J3. iviycio, _ • • . ^. ''-vyr n "-• Ridgeley, ,two grandsons.-and one; Ma) On ty Association Will jreat .granddaughter: -.••••' ."The body is atr Eight ..Funeral Home-where services will, be held Wednesday at"3 p:"m. 'Burial will Crowe, Detroit; Mrs. Alice .iancast- er, Gilmorc; Mrs. Gilbert Race, Eckhart; Mrs. Joseph , Scott, at homo; Mrs..'Cecil Cavey, Frostburg:; Leo Carter, Lonaconing, ..and Thomas Carter, Mt. Savage;' 38 - grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; two listers, Mrs,-Mary Click,. Mt. Sav- _«ge, and Mrs.. Genevjeve. . Lvons, Hoffman, and 'a- brother, Clarence Carter, Hoffman.. , '. A funeral service will,be.held to- liioiTow.'at 9:30 a. in, in St. Michael's Catholic Church.. .Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. ' Mrs. Thomas Rhodes .' ELK GARDEN,- W; Va. —. Mrs. Mary Ann. Campbell Rhodes, 74, •wife of Thomas RtiodeV died December 18 of a heart attack at her home near here. She was a-daughter-of -the -late' - Robert and.Melinda (Dans) Campbell. . '.'".: Besides her husband, she is' survived, by. two-daughters, Mrs. Melin-' tfa M'atthe'ws, Eddy, and Mrs. Geraldine 'Shirley,- "Baltimore; a. brothei', . James - 'Campbell, T>eer Park; two sisters,. Mrs. Ellen Lee »nd Miss Alice Campbell, both.of lynch Rites LONACONING—Rites .for Samuel Lynch". 'Gills Hill, Lonaconing, who died. Friday were-.held at the Assembly, of God Church by-Rev. E. C. Hunt, .pastor. "•' Interment -was f in Oak Hill cemetery, Lonaconing. ' Fossctt-Ritcs-' ' . • Rites' for Harold, Guy. Fossett who died -Friday in'.Newton D. Baker Hospital, .Martinsburg, W. Va., were held this'morning at SS. Feter'and Paul Church by Rev.~Alb.in Ham-| mal. . .Interment was. in' the church cemetery. ,' . '\ , ' " ..i Pallbearers were Thomas F. Con- Ion, .Marcus R. -Reinhard,' Frr.nk Kelly, J. Grant. MacfarJane,, Eugene P. Brown and :Danlel 'McKay. William II. Darr WESTERNPORT—Last rites for William -H. Darr,..5<5, of Hilltop; who died Wednesday, night in Potomac Valley' : Hospital, "Keyser; were- held yesterday-at the BoaLFimerarHome here. The,Rev. O.T.. Bowman, pastor of the Church of the Brethren, Frostburg, and' the Rev. Harry' R. Koontz, pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church,, officiated. Interment was in Philos Cemetery.. PaDbearers were Joseph Burns, Carl Nichols, 1 ' Russell Faugh, • Carl HoldJDance^December 28 . The .annual '. Christmas holiday dance"of the- Majority -Association ,for members'and their friends .will be held 1 tomorrow.". night • "at ' Ali' 'Ghan Country. Club with the .Jimmy Andrews'.orchestra playing from 9 until .!..'• ' ' . '....,'_ Joliiv-Kirkpatrick is chairman of the comniittce on arrangements!'He is- being assisted -by -Henry' Kline, Warren Cook and William'Taylor. • Swede Fiiuls New Method For Washing Of Wool • STOCKHOLM—-(/P)—A demonstrator at'the Swedish Textile Research Institute at Goetbdrg, civil 'engineer Joel Lindbo'rg, has.invented a new method'to wash row wool, which is claimed'to be•• far -better than the older methods. ••••,• Hitherto the. washing.has been a dama'girigVprocess. The -wool fclt'cd easily in the strong lye .and. that made the,following cardir.g .difficult and hard on" the fibres. A .';::;• \VAJ-I- ing with new method the carding machines can work 30-40 per cent faster than .before and with better results: The fibress can be kept 20 to 25 'per cent greater in length. Another gain by.the new method is that it makes it easier to extract valuable .materials from the lye. Every ton of raw, wool gives now 100 kilograms or more of high quality lanolin -whl^h- is used for cos- mestics and.pharmaceutical preparations. . . But the raw wool is not .-only fat,. It !s also snlty from the sweat of the sheep, and from his saltiness can be extracted potash, Sweden imports 'both, potsh and lanolin. Tlie .new. wash method will make the whole import of lanolin ' unnecessary as long as the import of raw wool is as large as now. Events Briefly Noted Business 'continues to pick up Jn the 'country -store, • thanks to the prune'box and the cracker barrel. lied. Tot's soldl.ei .will be represented.-, as ; running.- fonvard, . calling'.-his comrades .to'follow .him. ...' , -.- ;; On the base, Tot said, will', be "a. 1 round' band' with,sculptures recalling- Road Homemakers Club will meet at i Amerigo Imre-Tot,. wlio llns lived in thc anc j ent glories of Persia while 11 a. m. Wednesday, January 5, atjltaly since 1933 was employed_for \ .^ oUtne ' n]onumcnts '- u1l i.' Central YMCA instead of tomorrow jjjje ^ e6 ^ ss ^ t °t 0PcI1I ^ ^ bear a-bas-reliefa-eproduding semes' Plans Soldier Monument -ROME—(/P)—An expatriate Hungarian sculptor wilKleave Rome for ™ ^ , ,, ,, Tehran-shortly to start work en a The exectuive board of. the Valley nwnument t( / the ; Iranian . soldie r. as originally scheduled". The club will hold its monthly meeting.at 1:15 p. m., January 5, following the executive board, session.- A dance will be held tonight, at" 9:30-by Cumberland Lodge/No. G3; B. P. O. Elks, for members and their guests in the Rainbow Room of the- home.. Music will be by the Star- dusters. Dances will be held every night 'this week through Thursday at the same address.. The St. Mary's Mothers'- Club will meet fomorrow' at 8 p.m. at .the Haven on Oldtown Road. The program, will, .be-under, direction of the junior and -senior mothers. • August. . According to Tot, the monument will commemorate .Iranian soldiers In the recent conflict with Russia when they stuck stubbornly to their positions after al! their'officers had of moderr-, Iranian history.- . .- -. :. 'A -former 1 parachute trooper with the Allied armies in. Italy, Tovhas'H.- fine.'- collection- - of • drawings- -.and gouaches of his war-time, experiences. '.- . .-. ' . -.; • A FOR ONLY n99* We've got 'em! The latest, the greatest and the- lowest-priced of all. . . automatic washers I ' See the only washer in the world that can even pul in its own.soap! Now choose from 5 great Ben-. : dix Washers and get-"rid of ALL the work of washing! Easy terms! COME SEE! COME SAVE! AND PAY ONLY $2.50 A WEEK .Tour ElecLrich] Contractor "For A Quarter CenLury ^o*' Your New Btndlx 'Dealer John H. Reed & Son 346 Baltimore Ave. Phone 4834 Everybody Likes to Shop at the FOOD-O-MAT YOU SSVE TIME, YOU SUE STEPS! LARGE CALIFORNIA LIMA BEANS BOSCUL COFFEE Mb: can Kelley's Tomato Juice ...;... '.....;.46-*-25«; Memphis Belle Orange rJuict 46 •;„ 23c WALDORF TOILET TISSUE O rolls DEL MONTE CATSUP 2 14-or; bottlci Octagon Laundry Soap Rayon Safe Super Suds * b»n Z8C Welsh, Phillip Williams 'and Ernest TIN'PAW ' - ' ' nson. Ralph Martin • TCEYSER, — Ralph -Martin,- 71, RidgeviHe, died . yesterday morning in Potomac Valley 'Hospital -.where he had'been-apatient;'foi\two iwee'ks, He had been, ill two. years. A son of -the late -John , B. and Tabitha. Martin, he was a native of Clarksburg. . "...,. ...... For the past 20 years, he had been a' clerk in the general .merchandise store of. his brother, Guy Martin, -a:'Ridgeville. • . ' . '• ' "• ' I Surviving, are-: two -brothers, Guy and Ross, 'both of "Ridgeville. Services will x be.held . 2 p. .ci. from the Markwood Funcra! Home 'here, with the, Rev: L. ,A Steele, 'pastor "of 'the'First'Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Queen's Point Cemetery. FOODS lor the HOLIDAY New Pack, Ideal Fancy Grade "A" Sweetened Florida ORANGE 46-o«. can W C -.* N0.2,^ll £* -' s i&JL BUY NOW OSOO Evaporated • •VW WF Vitamin En- M ' W* ft MILK * s r = "4 «"* 56 : Q Delicious In C6ffec PancaktMix SS 1 . Pie Cherries sR0 u d r Macaroon Mk «"" ing " Hilvct Gold Chiffon Cake Mix - Pcr ^"^ 26c 'Cooked Spag. m.^ml^siuce2 15 ''^,25c Corned Beef QuMUy ^470 Chicken Fricassee s ' Mnsons ^"57c Chili Con Carne Hom ' c " Ideal Cane and Maple Sugar^g_l9c • • ' — . . ~, " LvdH • • 500 et. Mf\f Sauerkraut I Frankfurters I4 Tn 33c Potato Chips :***" Sweet Pickles Wh " _ Pork Bulls »,.49c Frankfurters * 55c Country Sausage «, 49c Ring or Jumbo Bologna Tendsr Sllc«<l BEEF LIVER 4?c FRESH MARYLAND OYSTERS Stewing 2&'69c' Fryh»g ^ 79c Facial Tissue •-.^lOe .»•« 2lc Southern Jitw Crop Cabbage Loosf, 'Washed, Tender Carrots Jumbo Spanish Slicing Onions 3 Florida Marsh Seediest Grapefruit Savoy Variety \ Spinach Ibs 45c . PRICES' EFFECTIVE DEC. 27-28, 1818 ,Prices • Deliveries • Trade-ins Accessories • Financing , • . '•>•„". • '*.•'-'•'; We GKrysler dealers "aim to'take care : of ;our own" . :.: both in dependable.'service'to your car and-in. square dealing with:you, ; our.customer/ -;" •'.. -•., -.'.• " : •'•_.' We'therefore, pledge ourselves to protect yo'ur:interests-. wheri.you come to us for a new Ghrysler or Plymouth.by sincerely observing'the following,policies: ' ,, . You pay only these prices to the dealer listed below The current prices listed here include Fluid Drive and HydraulicaJly. Operated Transmission (Chrysler only); Oil Filter; .Super-Cushion Tires;. Safety Rim Wheels; Super-finished Parts;- Safe-Guard Hydraulic Brakes: and'marly other .Chrysler and.'Plymoutrrcngineering and design features. Also Federal Taxes] Transportation. and handling charges. Plymouth Deluxe prices include extra windshield wiper;- sun visor; four white wall plastic .trim rings; and'outcr. rear bumper 'guards:. Plymouth, Special Deluxe prices (except for Convertible Coupe and Station Wagon) ' include'extra windshield wiper; sun visor;'Air-foam .cushion in .-front' , seat; .outer rear bumper guards, and four plastic white wall trim rings." CHRYSLER ROYAL Coupe—3 pass §2020.14 Club Coupe 2137.15 Luxury Brougham 2110.65 4-Dooi- Sedan -. 21.59.41 8-Pass. Sedan ..' 2588.70 Limousine 2716,21 . CHRYSLER WINDSOR Coupe—3 pass '. ,$2085.39 Club Coupe 2203.66. ' Conv: Coupe , 2619.67 Luxury Brougham ....... 2193.16 Traveler Sedan -..' 2224.66 4-Door Sedan -... 2428.62 •All Prices and •Specification..'; subject lo ckangc without, notice. 8-Pass. Sedan ..: 2643.20 Limousine' .' •.."..;...; 2770.96 CHRYSLER SARATOGA -Coupe—3 Pass $2351.39 Club Coupe : 2452.65 Luxury Brougham '..'. '2440.89 4-Door Sedan '. . 2479:15 CHRYSLER'NEW YORKER " Coupe—3 Pass. .:...- $2471.39 Club Coupe 2572.65 Co,nv. Coupe ..- 3005.67 Luxury Brougham ....... '2562'.15' 4-Dooi- Sedan .' ,... 2599.15 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY Conv. Coupe :... $3629.05 CHRYSLER CROWN IMPERIAL ,'8-Pa'ss.'Sedan ...'..'$4783:49' Limousine ...-...: 4888.49 ' . PLYMOUTH .DELUXE • Coupe—3 Pass. $1427.90 .Club Coupe ...:.'. . 1492/41 . 2-Door Sedan ...; .;' ,1465.91 4-Door Sedan . ?.........',..'; 1523.91-'... PLYMOUTH SPECIAL.-DELUXE' -' Co.upe—3 Pass $1522.80 . . Club Coupe '.'.'. 1587.31 • Conv. Coupe • -..'.... ..."1935.93' 2-Dooi- Sedan-. .',-,i-...'-.;, 1555.56 4-Door Sedan...;..:..'...-'...'...; 1614:82 . . Station. Wagon;,'......:...;.:' 2143.40' -.-• Above^prices do_not include: Gasoline, Oil, Anti-frcezt, Local Taxes il any, or. License. . •;.•:•.' . '. ( Canopy package on' Traveler Sedan'included.' " ,' . '. tt WE:LL TELL' YOU WHEN YOU MAY . ^ EXPECT DELIVERY Although it is impossible under present conditions to guarantee an exact delivery date, we'll give you our honest estimate of when you may expect your car. The sooner you place your order, the sooner you'll get delivery. We suggest you order now. O WE PLAY NO FAVORITES ON DELIVERIES ' Orders will be filled in the order in which they are received— the only exceptions will be cars delivered in the interest of pubb'c welfare 'or to old owners who have bought cars from us for many years and are in need of transportation. O WE DON'T DEMAND A. TRADE-IN We'd like to'have your old car because we have many used car customers who need transportation, and we hope to earn your tr^de-in by our generous trade-in allowance, based on market values at the time the car is traded in. BUT . . . the delivery of your new Chrysler or Plymouth is NOT dependent upon your' turning in your old car. ' • • ••: - .- .- • . .•-..;• - •' 0 ACCESSORIES ARE ENTIRELY UP-' TO YOU" The prices shown here include allstandard equipment: If you want extra equipment, it will be installed on your order. BUT . . . in no way is the sale or delivery '. of your car'conditioned by the sale of piled-on accessory-cost: : '' ... . -. : • © yfOU CHOOSE THE METHOD OF PAYMENT • f You.may pay cash if you like. Or we'll be glad to help you. get ,low cost finance and insurance terms. The. choice is up. to you.v WE VALUE YOUR GOOD WILL. We, Chrysler-Plvmouth' dealers are'proud of the cars we sell. We try to make our service as outstanding as our products. We shall continue to'earn your' 'confidence by seeing to it that your .dealings with us are one of th.e extra satisfactions you get from owning.a beautiful Chrysler or Plymouth car. . -, - : ~ '• - ! : We.aim to take care.of oui own-with Chiysle?-Plymouth Service ihat matches Chtyslej-Plymouth Engineering J&L MOTORS INC., til S. George St. Cumberland, Md

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