Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 29, 1948 · Page 9
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Phone-4600-for * WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD-. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1.948 NINE - ^6MC«rT ^^ f * *£ y O b * * u a r t/ cl ^ ; ' .' . *-^ m 9m ,le; Stewart, Mrs. Panni?E,,a'ewai > t, 12, of 172 41st Place^jS^hinstor , sister Pitzhugh Juee^Secier,. 106 .Gran Avenue, tUwKy&stettJay afternoon m JL 'Washington hpspital whore sh had been a^atientosint i last Frida ' Bora la Waslili^SSiJ Mrs. Stewa •was a daughter ol the late Levl an Arciella Decker:-She 'also, leaves lister, Mr^VEBcfilalii 1 Glenn Kigh .iftiday a Services 2 p. M. in SeVen&rstreet Alethodls Church, Weshinptoni'and burial wL take place in. Cedsr'-Orest Cemcterj there. -"^SSBSS? i OHrcr nlicn Final rites lor Miss Grace Estell Oliver, 62. of 730 Bedford Stree who died Saturday night- in 'Mem orial Hospital, -were conducted yes terday afternoon from the home b .Rev. David'-C. fWatson, rector o Easnanuel Episcopal. Church. BuriaJ •was in Rose Hill Cemetery/ Pallbearers were Bruce Wilson Nelson L.. Spidle,.. James Reed Harold Athey, SoTJerF-TT. Colomy an J, T. Defibaugn*.""' Lent~s!ervices Services were held yasterda afternoon Irora the Eater. Punera Home for Max Lent, 56,' of 85 Maryland Avenue, who died Monda . to AUegany Hospital. 'Rabbi Herbert J. Wilner, ofBto Chayiin Temple officiated and iatennent • was in Bast View Cemetery. Pallbearers jrcre- Edward Pollik Charles Caks/viEi'dJ. Wellington Metzger and Harrison Lemmert. ' Arthur; C; JShinEleton ROMNE^/;"^ W.-VVaL:—-Arthur < SaingJeton,'"" 67 1 ," 11 Husband of Mrs Sarah S. Shingletorvdied Monday K his.home here after a short illness.' •"'* '"'!<"•- : -. A retired farmer, he was a n'a'tivi of Hampshire county and i son of the 2aie ElJhu P. Tind Eebecca J (McDonald) Shingieton. Mr. Shingletoins'survived by his •widow and five daughters, Mrs Homer Daugherry,,.Boin.ae7: Mrs Hubert Smijh, : "Sayer .Spring; Miss Ardefla Shingletcm, Morgantown and Miss Revjv-Mae - and Miss Ha Shingieton, at home."": Services wifl'.^-Snducted tomor- ' row at 2 p. m-'injQieyBomney Mei odist ChurcJrs'-witti-. ; Rev. Wilson Talrmon:, difljSaT&ig.iBurial will be ta Indian *Moond»Cemetcry. The body is at th'eSliihlsh'j'uneral Home, PARSONS, "W.'Vn.—Rllus for Mrn, Dora Eekawl.-sM^Trt/e o! W. S. Eckard, Hambletpn, who died Sun. day night In Tucker/County Hospi- taihere, were heJd'tHis afternoon at the Greenllef Funeral Home -with Rev. Harold "~D'. "-Pnjflet. -pastor of Parsons Presbyterian Church, officiating. BUriaJ'was iD-'-Parsons Olty Cemetery. ''-".*• .. Bora May 8, 1874, fa Hundred, Mrs. Eckard.Haff>esiaed in,Tucker county since 1 IWHi.'Her parents were the late .George.. »and . Elizabeth CDicterson) KingliSifs belonged to the Christian Church. In addition .to her.husband, who Is a. patient in Mountain Home Veterans' Hospital, Tenn.; three daughters, Mrs.-v.Gaye Sumnierfield, Kerens; Mrs.. Evelyn Wolford, Steubenville, Ohio^ond 'Wiss.Mary Tensing, Hambletpn;.; four .sons, George Taylor, ^address unknown; Jack Taylor>E2ngwppd, and .Pred and Russell-Jeudcg'.b'both of Hambleton; a -':brotiier-,"V:3!dwaid' • King, Parsons;-"!? grandchiiaren and three great-grandchildren.. Charles? E£ McNeal FSOSTBDRG — Charles F. Mc^ T eal, 58, former '.local resident who died December 20 Tin., a Cleveland hospital, was buried last Thursday in Lake Park.. Cemetery there. .Rev. Lewis Robin-Brown officiated, A native 'of ; 'Eft~Gnrdcn. W. Va., Mr. McNeal. resided Here until 1911. His parents '-were; the- late William and Elizabeth" (OTS"eiU) McNeal. He was a railroader. . Besides his*-'.wife,-, the former Mildred Bakei7r;wnorn he married 38 years ago, Air.' McNeal leaves a 'son, Charles W. of Struthers, Ohio; three daughters, Mrs.' John Barber of Canfield, Ohio; Mrs. Alfred L. Loth! of Treriton.,^. J., and .-.Mrs; William Lamb'ie- "oK Columbiana, Ohio; six grandchildren; three brothers, WMam-»-oforpefcro!t; Leo, of See What-You Buy -?••.*• a-wrftw**.!.." ' Onr «litnproo"m ii"fflJe3 with tbe largest and most complete Jselectioa of fine taemori&ls to*-be_SBKi ( ln ibis vicinity. »o you can s'« V^rniTyou buy. \7c ftrf prepared to properly advice you about your BClectioa >f ^hrougb tt our many years of D. R. Kitzmiller (rormtrljr th» A. A. Rudder Ce.) t it 'Gcur'icc Kt. Phont Sill jBazaar Scheduled By-Barton Groups- BAE.TON—A bazaar will be sponsored by the Barton Citizens' Band Klondike, and James, of Frostburg; and two sisters, Mrs.. Margaret Arnold of Somerset, Pa., and Mrs. Mary Woomer of Bracldock, Pa. 'and the" Barton Hose Company to- Mrs. -Arthur Bond -.' blight and Friday night .at the Mre- ' FROSTBURG—Services for' Mrs: imen's' Armory. Agnes Bond, 43, wife of Arthur i' A floor show, will be-featured each Bond, 110 East College 'Avenue, who 'night. Members of the Barton Girl died yesterday In Miners' Hospital ;Scouts will present a program to- • ,. . _ ,...._, ,. .._,.!__._ „ .. ,... r^trr'nt- f*r*rt tllft Y.lfltAC AllviltnT^J Af where she had been a patient nearly a month, will be hold Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the home. Rev. Watson E, Holley, pastor of First -.Methodist Church, will, officiate and burial will be in AUegany Ceroetery.' nlcbt and the Ladles Auxiliary of the fire company will 'present n piny, "Christmas At Casey's," Friday night. '-.••' Other local talen* entertained at the armory Monday and last night. A daughter .of John Foote and the Games and dancing feature the en- late Agnes Guynn Foote, Mrs. Bond tertainrncnt. Dancing is from 8:30 was a ncitJVG of Lotinc-onlng but had ! to j: 1:30 P- rn ; ,. ... , ... lived here since her marriage. She! The proceeds oJUhtt bazaar will go H was a member ol First Methodist Church, belonging to;the Gleaners Sunday School class and-the Missionary Society. Besides her husband and father, she leaves two'sons, Arthur,-Jr., and John Bond, at home; a sister, Mrs. Raymond Metz, and two brothers. John and George Foote, all of Lonaconlng. Pvt. Raymond Butler GRANTSVILLE—Reburial services for Pvt. Raymond Butler, 24, son of Alonzo and Rena .(Hoover) Butler, Mew Germany, who was killed in Belgium December' 25, 1944, will be ield tomorrow at 2 p.-m. iroin.tue Winterberg Euneral.Home here with Hev. D. J.-Comhs,-pastor of Grantsville Methodist Church; : officiating. Full military honors at the grave in New Germany, Cemetery will be accorded- by Grantsville Post No. 214, American. Legion.' '••--. '.-.Born May 18, 1920, in ' Garrett _ county,; Pvt. Butler entered' the ±; tany August 14,-1942. . '. • k -.. jg. Surviving, 1 besides his parents, are Sf . three toothers and five sisters. J* Dr.. James H. Shipper MARTTMSBUKG, W. Va.—(/P)— The oldest physicinn in the country at thi) time of bis death. Dr. 'ames Henry Shipper, 80, will .be (Uried tomorrow. Dr. Shipper died •esterday in a hospital after an xtended illness.' A native of the county, Dr. Ship- >er received his degree o! mecii- Ind from the University of Baltimore in 1897 and practised here or more than 50 .years. Dr. Shiper was a. former member of the West Virginia Board of Health-and ounty and city health officer. Surviving are his widow, two sons na ono to the band and fire company. Hynd'tmm HY.NDMAN, Pa.—Miss Claire Schleuse, Pittsburgh, spent ohrist- mriS with her mother, Mrs. Mable ScUleuse. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Tipton, Los Angeles, arc visiting the former's parents, Ma 1 , and Mrs, Luther Tipton. Mrs. Nettle Evans is visiting her Sister, Mrs. Deborah Burkett, Cumberland. Miss R'Jth Bowser retwned frun. Bedford • where she visited her sis- ter-in-law and broUicr, Mr. n,ndl Mrs. Charles Bowser, i Mrs. A. G. Crabbe returned from Baltimore where she spent several days trfth her daughter, Mrs. Helen Hunt, . ' Mr. and Mrs. Crvllle Hitchcock sad son, Leonard, of Iowa City, are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard and -Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner. Earl Kennell, Athens, Pa,, -is visiting his father, Irvln Kcnncll and Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller announce the'birth of a- daughter. Recent gucrtta' nt Uie home of Mrs. Nett/io Hui'clerode were Mr. and Mrs. Marc HiUegass. dauglitcr, Burnette, and son, John, of Boynton, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. toreuz Weible, Nev? Florence, Pa., and .Wilbur Millei 1 and daughter, Constance Ann, of Johnstown, were guests at the. home of Mr:'and Mrs. Walter F. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard and daughter, Rebecca, of Washington, spent several days with, the former'* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton,' Wash- ington, are visiting; 'the latWr's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Norman Kelly. Gerald Gaus. returned .to Fort Knox. Ky., after several days visit with his mother, Mrs. Rachael Martin. . Roy L. Shaffer,- Pittsburgh, spent Christmas; with his daughter, Mrs. Raymdad Devore and Ills son, Robert, who recently- returned from Enid, Okla. *Mr. and Mrs. Allan,Light. Indian Hand, Md.'were guests-of friends. Miss Elizabeth Shrqyer, Saxton, Is. spending tin; holidays with her parents. er. Mr, and Mrs. John Shroy- Baltimore County Auditor His Resignation PIKESVILLE — W) — James C.' Selfe, comptroller and chief atlditor of Baltimore county, said last- night he has submitted his resignation to the Board of County Commissioners. • He declined to make public,, his . reason. : ' • '-..-,, Selfa was appointed by the board December 1, 1938. . : State Senator Resigns Seat to Eater Congress TOWSON—W —. State Senator) William P. Bolton has resigned from the State Legislature In order to take his seat in. Congress next week A Baltimore county Democrat Bolton.was elected from tbs Second Maryland District last month to succeed Rep. Hugh A. Meade (D- Md). TONE* TOUCH* STYLE Among the Ohaldunns, to cut the rice of wine was punishable by a ucKlng. . - . ( IN THESE THREE -HARDMAN 1 -WEAVER • ] ; -WINTER S *jC x.9 eirert s f//i» Furnrttiro flnrf Pianos 'since 1906 13-17 Frederick St. Clearance Sale Dec. 27 Thru 31 REDUCTIONS AND MORE H Payi To Crass The Totcn To Thr KLINE FURNITURE CO, 405-413 Virginia AYC. Phone 2708 on . Suites, Choir!, Rugs, Beds, Bedding, Sofnbeds, ' Kitchen Ircras, etc. JJ.4.74 SZ7.07 • -_ - . JSOO . 530,08 If you owe a balance, we wfl) pay it off and ffivc you morn.cAKh at rcdnrcrf paymi*tit.< CESSNA FINANCE CORPORATION 161/2 North Ubcrty^Street . . Phone 3674 Money tor all purposes at loir cost. NOW YOU CAN GET $ 100 if .you con repay *8 38 monthly (15 Month Plan] Pick Yoiir Own Payments 12 M.. MM 3N 500 110.05 30.K 46.0S 2S.13 37.47 56.72 20.16 Loanj of alhtr amounti in propcrfion. Loon! $300 and len' mod? under ;h c Marybnd Swell lison *cl. *AoDlici to lacnj c««m3t (tori Ftd. tr<). W. D5! People usually'ask us 2 questions: /. "Cm I get a loanP"—Ya. Last. year we served over 1,000,000 customers—proof we lite to say "Yes". We do say "Yes" to 4 out of 5. 2. "Will my payment! be reasonable?" — Yes, because jou -select amount nod date of your monthly payment. If you can use extra cash 10 pay bills... for medical or hospital expenses . . . for home repairs and other needs phone' or sec the YES MAN today. He likes to'say "Yes". Loans $25 to $250 or more Open Monday Thru Friday' from I' to » Saturday 0 to"3 thru Christmas • t«im vf to SI 000 »n ilgnntore. »urnl(ure or tar THAT Kites TO s*r ris- FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor • LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY BLDG. S. W. Cor. BALTIMORE & CENTRE STS., CUMBERLAND Phone 721 • -C. L Coughectour, YES MANogcr. * Loans mado to ro.ildtnt.n ot all BUrrounillnB towns. Loans S300 null lew made under the Maryland Small Loan Act. Why Worry-Stay Home And Use Our - F-R-E-E SERVICE - ' . WE-CALL-FOR-AND-DELIVER-YOUR PRESCR1PT1ONS-AN D-D RUG-N EEDS-ON-TH E-HOU R 77 Prescriptions At Once 11 DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE fj FROM MARYLAND'S LEADING PHARMACY [I Phone 3646 or 943 &MCCAGH PHARMACY T 01-W. 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Mel-O-Bft Cheese SL" 2* ! ° ar . 95c Bleu Dessert Cheese ....... lb 69c Ched-0-Bit Cheese Food ,. 2 lb lo " 85c Sharp Cheddar Cheese Js 69c Medium Sharp Daisy Cheese .. lb 59c Miid LongStorn Cheese ..;... lb 53c Fresh Mueuster Cheese Velveeta Cheese Food ., Borden's Vera Sharp ... Domestic Swiss Cheese 53c K-lb. lb 33r 29c Ib 69c A&P Sauerkraiit .... 2 No •** "" 23c Ann Page Pork & Beans 3 ^ ~" 2H Fancy Tuna Fish ...... *' fc ~ 43e XT* J** ifwm [o«a Tomato Jnie» Htini Timatt Jowp ... I — If* Heinz Veg«t«0[« SoHp ..........** Ifc^ Diamond Book Matehts " rto " lit Se»ttl« Facial Tl«tii« ..... !*••«*» Mt Why aru ll:u Iruits anu \'crt,'"l-^ijli. i .s in the Pi'uuuce JJL-ji^i'Lme.il of your A&P like the New Yuar? Because they're so fresh. That's not surprising for they're all harvested fresh, delivered fresh and sold fresh. And just sec how thriftily they're priced! Brownie's Crisp, Fresh Potato Chips. Giant 14-ot. 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