Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 31, 1948 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 31, 1948
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"FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3V 1948 Phone 4600 for a. T $25;000 Damage fSuit Docketed - - Wiridber Man Sued ;";fii;Highway Death •^ jEt'-whs docketed yesterday in CClrcult!court for damages. of $2S,- '-OOO-ln-'tbe' death'pf 'Mrs. Hazel V. "Soss Hast. May 3 on the McMullan ••Hlglrway near the Celanese plant .entrance. "*• Docketed by Noel Spelr Cook for !:the'-SUte ol Maryland lor the-use of 'Shtriey L. Russ and James L. Russ, 'cnnitine children of Mrs. Buss, and "Jfebel'Z. Green their, guardian, the ^jntt^iaines as defendants, Robert M. •-<Snnrtko, Wlndber, : Pa., . E a s t e r n nce Company, Pittsburgh, James Placepelll, Norris'' Wilbcrt A. Bonncr Wllbert A. Bonner, &,- died.- this lornlne at his home', on Valley Road... He had 'been .in. .failing ^Mhe. health. ..'-.'•'-.. Mr. Bonncr was born in-Kantian W. Va.. .but. Hhd 1 lived in the-.-Val wv nve e a- , ., w Pan'rt «r^on Ince 1929 : His '» <tenBhter of : the late, .William ley Road section, since. 1923... His : Henlletta (smitbKHouser. Her parents were.. the late_ James and - hwb . md was - master -. mechanic at . . ters" Mrs. Iva George, at home. a^l^i^g^^l^s , .... •'• "Tfie~flrst count In the document "•tatiw^that on May 3, Smutko oper- »ted'fc'-«dan automobile along the .;fcijhw«y, while -Mrs. Russ was walk- lr*~near the main entrance of the 'Oikrieae. Smutko Is: charged 'in. the writ-frith careless and:reokless driv- '•jHg^tariA the car struck Mrs. Russ -iwith-jbch force that she-was vio- •3ent!y::throwri to 'the concrete hlgh- ~ . CjlnoQier count in the suit declares thmt-'-Placepelll was operating a coop*. Immediately behind Smutko, UK? after Smutko's car struck 'Mrs. .:jtaM. :pl*cepeUl collided with the T««r- of the sedan and caused It M»In'to run Into Mrs. Russ with • irwtJorce and violence. , ftt the time of the mls- ; :**s agent ..lor .the Eastern tenwice. .Company, .and was 'imcttnfln the .scope of Ms employ- ."mEnt,-the suit continues. ' .'.. ••--•Mrs.'Bussj-lt'ls explained, uustaln- ;«d','«. 'fractured (left leg, 'fractured • ilghVmrm, three^fractured-rlbs.-mul- ,.«pJ* "'contusions and abrasions over •mJr about, her head and. body, and .-waT-Bo'. aeriously • Injured . that , she •wtfereCa-subdural hemorrhage : and ~-Hai~ pronounced .dead' upon .arrival • wfABegKiyVHospital. ' 'children- were de- eir mother for sup. suit claims.. and as' anlt of -'her death are deprived of Tier, support. .-. FRESH BAKED . PaitritM '"•• Bread Roll* Cake* PACKIE'S BAKERY -Corntr Grtrn* and Ltt Virginia Art. ant third 16 S. Liberty Phone 4533 Obituary -•- nan 'Knolls. ^rs«». •— shops' for several years. -Surviving besides Mrs. Richards, , Red grandchildren grandchildren. Creek, and W. £ Va.: 33 Barbara Ruth Hughes. eight, great The body, will remain at the Stein Funeral Home for services Sunday ^e body "will be ' taken to the ** 2:30 p. m. with Rev. William A. ^ncr^ow^ornlng.; . ^^rger pastor of .^st Pres- -~-^-- ( Ft«therbone : HOOPSKIRTS if Mock or whit* net — to jrT»-yo»r crtning dress that be- wHtlimj-"Ne»-Uook" ' ^ Art and Gift Shop ''.7irS. U. St. Phone 873 residence , Fisher Funeral BEDFORD, -Pal—Brief'services for Mrs. Bruce-M.' Fisher, Sr,,. 47, : .who was killed .Tuesday, in an automobile accident near Hancock,'-Md., will be held tomorrow at 1 p'..m..frorn the Pate Funeral Home. with. Rev. H. T. Covert, pastor'bf Bedford-Methodist- Church, officiating. --•'-Then the body. will, be' : token to Shrcves Methodist 'Chapel .near Clcarvlllc for-final rites at 2 p. m. Burial will be In the chapel cemetery- Louis KUmp , PARSONS, "W. Va.—The ..-body of Louis. L. Klimp'i 33,' Coketon, who died of a heart attack last''Sunday night at his home here, has been taken to Akron for interment. , A veteran of World War. H, he was born September. 4, 1915, a son of Jack I. Kllrop, Coketon, and the late Johanna (Sircelj) Klimp.. Besides his father, he is survived by several brothers .and sisters. • Edward P. Hiett Edward P. Hiett, 81, lather of Roy Hiett,,-diea Monday night In a Pittsburgh hospital; ' . Born at Hanging 'Rock, .Hamp. shire county, W. Va., on May 6,1867, Mr; Hiett was a son of. the late Jonathan and Mary Hiett. His wife, Mrs/Margaret E. Hiett, 1938. Surviving, besides his. son, are a sister, Mrs. Laura Smith, Hanging Rock, and a number of nieces and nephews. Two brothers, Asa G. and Evan Hiett,.preceded him In. death, .. The body is -at the' B. A..Griffith Funeral' Hoin'e, Capon.-Bridge, W. VaC Services.will be held Tunday at 2 p. m., .In Salem-Church.-near Slanesville, with -Rev. Jerry Patterson officiating. Burial will be .in the church cemetery: The 'family requests "that flowers'be omitted. Mrs. Ernest H. Holt MT. SAVAGE—Mrs. Mamie Holt. 38, wife of Ernest H. Holt, this community, died yesterday in Hazel Mc- Gllvery Hospital, 'Meyersdale/'Pa. She was bom February 21,1910, Jn Somerset county,. Pa.., a: daughter of Mrs. Mary '.(Stevanus) Gray, Meyersdale, and the late'Samuel Gray. • In husband and mother, shejeaves two daughters, Joanne and Wanda Holt, at home; a brother, Daniel Gray, Meyersdale, and six sisters,' Mrs. Hazel Brown, Cumberland, and Mrs., Lottie-Fisher, Mrs. .Delma Logue, Mrs. Maude White, Mrs.-Masie Engle and-Mrs Margaret-Roby. 1 'all -ol -Meyersdale. The body will remain at the Engle residence/Broadway Extension,-until noon Sunday. Last;rites.-will be'con- ducted. at:2"p. ;m.'-from:the- : Konhaus Funeral " Home,..-"Meyersdale,.- 'by Rev.. Lena Thompson, pasl r of Meyersdale Church of ^.Christ Burial will be In Salisbury, Pa., I.' O O. F. Cemetery. , byterian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Oak-Ridge Cemetery, Altoona, at 10:30. a. m. Monday. Hyde. Services Services for'Mrs. Mabel Hyde, 59, OCl V1UCA 1U1. 1V113. 1VKWC1 ilJLiC, Otf, IjLJi'l.n.UWlNliTlJ -CLm.!.) Jt. J3iUVV^, of 106 Wempe.Drive, who died Wed- 55, lormerly of this community, died cesday in.Allegany Hospital, will be -Wednesday- afternoon'-'at'.Tiis .home conducted Sunday at 8' p. m. 'at the George Funeral Home .by Rev. Norman O. Scrlbner, pastor of Centre Street Methodist Church. Inter- ment'will .take place in Allegany Cemetery, Frostburg. Baldwin Kites Rites were held yesterday. after- Rites were held yesterday, after- sisters, Mrs. Alex Gardner, Mrs. a nccd" lighting cliect nncl ouiaoor noon In Trinity Methodist Church Elizabeth Emerick and Mrs: William trimming of trie house won blm the for John Clarence -Baldwin, -72, of Porter, all of Lonaconlng. , : [second prize in District No. 2. Judg- 121 Race Street, who died Tuesday, .The.body has been brought to the: e s noted that much of his decora- 121 Race Street, who died Tuesday, .The.body has been brought to the: e s noted that much of nis aecora- Rev C.L. Beard, pastor,- : ond-Rev. Gardner-residence, Railroad Street,jtloM were- on the.Inside of_the s -a. Nwi:officiated. Interment was where.funeral services con- house but visible from the road. This ;vcV. Wi ' ', £>CiLLU, JJlioi/Ui t iiJ-iU. .tuisv. \-J n~i uiiti j. V*«J*LJ 1-^*1*^-1 -».UL*-« v-s- —' — -—-, S. R. Neel officiated. Interment was v/here.funeral services con— ._.-_. ducted tomorrow at-2:30 p. m., by Rev. C. H. Gosliorn. pastor of-Lon- nconlng Presbyterian Church. Burlnl will take place in Onk Hill Ccmc- LILLIAN'S GIRL SHOP With Father Time almost out of the picture we'd like to-wish you each the best- in '49.; TRI-STATE Paint &^Supply Co: 317 Hcndcrjon Av«. Mrs. A'DclIa, Brandt Mrs. A'Della Brandt, '.78, widow-of H. .Brandt, -died, yesterday R1 - cnardSi Boute 5, An- ecutive committee, ernor'of the Central Division of the. Kiwanis Club and.former president 6f .that organization. 1 '" - • iSurviving, besides-his widow, are a sister; Mrs. Bay.'Jones', Oakland,Md.,-and a brother, .Thomas Bowman, Harlengen, Texas. He was a cousin of Mrs.. Tracy Carwell, Hca- dricks. of Altoona, Pa., S he:was one' eat-granddaughter. * ! Cfemtmas Lighting Contest Winners For Area Announced •Winners of tti'e Cumberland Junior Association or Commerce contest for the best outdoor _Chrlst- .Albert DalilRren ..-GRANTSVILLE.— Albert mas decorations have" been <ai> Dohlgren, who resided-here-a number of years, died-November ?.5,.at the home of his daughter," Miss Pearl Dahlgren, Akron, Ohio. Interment was in-an Akron cemetery.... • ., A native of Sweden, he is also survived by six sons, William, Roy arid Arthur DabJgren, Akron; Carl Daal- gren, of Alabama; Gilbert Dahlgren, Uniontown,' Pa., and Clyde Dahlgren,"Loch-Raven, Md.,. and another daughter, Miss Ruby Dahlgren Baltimore. • Word of his death was received here by. Mrs. Melissa Boucher. Bohn Infant The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bonn, .Mann's Choice, Pa., died tills morning in -Memorial •Hospital. Harry B. Brown LONACONING—Harry R. Brown, in Corsneaut, Ohio, after a prolonged Illness. His parents were the lafc Montgomery and Eliza (Watson) Brown. . Surviving are two sons, William and Harry R. Brown, Jr., a brother, John Brown, Conncrmt, and three Mrs. nounced. They include C. A. Smith. - Route 40,'LaVale; Nelson Rcuschel, 'Oldtown Road; .and Paul K. Morgan, of Bedford Road.--' Second'prize winners In the competition were- : Allan'M. Deffinbaugh, Bowling". Gre'en; Elmer J. Bopp, Memorial Avenue, and John "F. Kienbofer, 714 Columbia Street. 'Multicolored light decorations on his shrubbery'and house, surrounding a'figure of Santa Claus about to descend 'a chimney located above the front porch, won the first place prize for-Smith in District No. 1 including Narrows Park, Allegany Grove. LaVale and Bowling' Green. Deffinbaugh placed -second in District No. 1. His display followed a modernistic design including-a huge Santa Claus with lighted eyes and a reindeer-drawn sleigh. • Reuschel's miniature designed vil- General artistic- effect, 50 per cent;'originality,.25•• per cent; ingenuity In setting the .display surroundings, 15 per cent, and 10 per •cent lor comformlng-- to. the Yule' time 1 spirit. . .-.• , "The outdoor decorations contest is an -annual affair sponsored by the Junior .Association of- Commerce -to foster area-wide decorations during the Christmas season. . • . lage made of logs place- in • District won No. him first 2,. comprised or'East Side and South End. Life-like models staged in various sections or the village, represented carol slrrgers. a woodsman returning with a yule tree find a stage coach. Elmer J. Bopp's "peKcclly bal- cirect and outdoor Plan Annual:Yule Party For Negro ChUdren Here The Christmas-party held-'recent]y at Pulton Myers'Post, American Legion, for negro children will -be an annual event. Committee .members' decided-'at a special meeting to make the. party-a yearly affair. , More • than- 300- children attended , the -party. The-committee, ..composed iof representatives of-the six.spon- soring organizations, passed 'a reso^ lulibn . thanking Cumberland Lodge No. 63, BPO Elks,- arid .Volturc. 164, 40 and.. 8, contributions of.-S25 each, for. - . " .-.'-. Salvation Army Gets Parade Bid An invitation' has been received by the' local Salvation Army to. send. five .members of Salvation. Army band to Washington to take part in President Truman's inaugural parade. • The Invitation' was received in a letter from .Lt. Col. Robert Rose, Baltimore, divisional commander -of the. Salvation Army. Col. Rose said' the Salvation Army has been asked to be .represented with a 100-piece band in the parade planned -January 20. • ' Ee said five members of tbej Cumberland -corps. William Wall.j Nile Webb, Lycll Webb, Paul Webb } and Nevln Shaffer mny qualify providing they have n. full blue uni- jack hayesg onginatoft '••- »• •• -''•'••''' •ii..'i fine milln •-.'• north' centre- • . phone 951 form. Local sure officials said they nru not arrangements can be in Hillcrest Burial Park.. Active pallbearers were Jennings Beery, Ray Lcighty, Allen Reuschcl, Harold Linn, Richard Wagner and Eugene • Howell. Honorary -pallbearers included Kenneth Robertson, Thomas Wagner, Wilkle- Hollar, Paul 'Nixon, Russell Haugh, 'Donald Corrigan, Chester Watson, Glenn Watson, Jr.,. James Garland, James Splde'U, Donald and Leonard. Holtz- rnan; Edward -Neild, T. E. Wolfe, John Wolf,' Kenneth Koser. and Donald Urnstot. All .are members of the Baldwin Sunday School class at Trinity Methodist Church. • Stuart H..Bowman PARSONS, W. Va. — Word has been received here of the death of Stuart Hampton Bowman, .73, former well known Tucker county res-. ident who' died at.his home In Cter- mont, Fla. He visited here on many occasions. •. ' - - ' A native of Valley Furnace, Harbour county, Mr. Bowman was graduated from Peabody Law School and later was.named a member of the school's Board of Directors. He served two terms as a member of the West Virginia Legislature'before going to Florida: In 1912 to establish the Lake Highland. Company and later, the .Bowman-Brown -Realty Company. •'•;• • Mr. Bowman was an active church worker. He was a.past president.of the Clennont Chamber dt-- Commerce and served two terms'as head of the Florida Association of Realtors.-For the-past two years he had been chosen as Florida's outstanding realtor. • ' ".' ' ' '.'' He was secretary; of ..the' realtor's building fund' committee, .secretary of the Lake County Democratic.ex- tery. . State Forests (Continued from- Page 7) which, is capable of producing much larger volumes of lumber and other forest products, the report notes. The drain on .the -state's, forests has long been -in excess . of the annual rate of growth. If the forests of the state are. to 'continue ' ' isiuiua n ^*- "- **" ~" •" ~ . house but visible from the road. This did not enter Mnto the selection, however, they said. A front lawn decoration that featured Santa enroute to deliver Christmas presents in his reindeer- drawn sleigh gave Morgan the top prize in District No: 3, including North End, Bedford Road and West Important- source', of employment and income, it is essential that a proper balance be established, the Commission claims. •: •TJnless-good 'management practices are adopted'iln Maryland on an intensive scale; the-supply of material that would be suitable for saw timber will sooner or later approach the point, of exhaustion, it is stated. The extent of idle land in Maryland which Is better suited'for growing trees' than for raisins; farm estimated at 400,000 acres, Chic Club To Reopen The'-Chic Club • .will resume its series..of weekly, dances Sunday night af-the SS: ; Peter & Paul Hall with 'the''..Top''-"Hatters orchestral playing'from 8:30 to 11:30. The hall has been decorated with large silver stars and blue and silver streamers. centerpiece or the Side. • Besides the decoration, the Morgan home was outlined In colored lights with, the doorway decorated with pine and a green lighting effect. • ' Carol singers on either .side of a miniature church mounted above the doorway and • brightly lighted snowmen set In. window boxes dominated in -the decorations at. the home of Kienhofei-; who. wen sec- cad prize in District. 3. It also included a large Santa Glaus and a well balanced- lighting' --display.. . • The Judges did their final- checking 'Wednesday- -night'. before announcing the winner yesterday. The judges. were Mayor Thomas S. Post, Mrs. -Lee W. Wltherup, Red ' Cross Chapter secretary, and Harold Fraley, Potomac Edison - lighting engineer. ' • • The characteristics, considered by. the judges and-the percentage basis for aloting points were: _ made for the entire group but that they -hope to send at least part of the youths to the inaugural parade. Boy Scouts To Hold Yule: Parly Monday The Christmas party of Western District Boy Scout .troops will be held Monday-at St. Luke's Lutheran Church at 7:15. Qames and an exchange of presents are planned. A civil war -nurse bore 13 pairs of twins and six sets of triplets in 33 years of married, life.; . , ggg^p Happy New Year! 1 . Announce *•-''* - ' f:B New Year Filled :V W/fh Prosperity, Health, r and Happiness '.Best Wishes for a Happy and Successful New Year A .Glorious New Year To You And Yours BALTIMORE ST. - We Wish You .Health • • Happiness • : and Success in 1949 COYLE Bros. FURNITURE STORE 33 N. Centre St. Ring ouf the old! Bring in the new.' It's a Happy. New- Year for You! Walsh-McCagh MARYLAND'S LEADIHG PRESCRIPTION'STORE 101 N. Centre St. ) "And, ir :„; that • our .wi.sliv; ay bear;fruit.'.:~ .'for our .-many;:-, f r lends,:.. w : e ; . £ pledg-e -our-'-,,! selves, to serve. ^ you better dui'-- j •ing this r :N$w;.; ~ Year. H augers 11 So.. Centre Street Officiol Watch IntpectorT ".-• for E&tX C&P and W. M6. R.R. j To'-bend- every:-effort-; in the direction'of'im- proved service- for -our r : many friends ... make our.'business con- .;.•:; tribute" to'your;.'h ness in'1949'.' COMPANY • Spinnerin Knitting . Yorns Niecdlepoint Pieces ond Mothproof Yorn Corde ' Talon Zippen • Argyle Sock Pockj ART Needlework Shop Open 30 A. M'.'IO 1 r. M. 2nd Floor, 47 N. Liberty St. Orer Turbyj Sandwich Shop Phone 2752 SINGER SEWING CENTElf 79. N. Centre St. Good Luck and Best Wishes For A Prosperous New Year To You All, .. Is The Sincere Wish of ....

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