Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 5, 1949 · Page 7
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Phone'4600 For a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1949 SEVEN' . (Contniiied From Pngc 11) two hall-brothers. Abram Aronhall, Elk Garden, and Else Aronhnlt. Oakland. aid... Funeral services will be hold tomorrow at 2 p.' m., from the Rogers Funeral" Homc.'Kc.vser, vith Rev. H. S. Myerly ."'pastor of Grace Methodist Church there, olflclatine, Interment 'wfl 1 .'' take piece in Queens Point Cem<.>i;ciy..Kc>'ser. Parker 3urlal KETSEB.AV. Va.—George Parker. 84. 'A'axler^Boad, who died Saturday, •was buried ..'yesterday in Phllos Ceiflctery, Westernport. Rites at the Rogers Funeral Home here were in charge bf'Sev. I. S. Long, pastor ol Churciror the .Brethren. Pallbearers were Cleland Rlgglc- man..Floyd'Blizzard. W. R. Berg, D: w. Crite&'^Otls Metcalf and Olcn Thrush.' " ' • Miss; Edith McCullouKU . FROfe'EBDBG—Miss EdJth Mc- Culloujfi! '*% '^native of FrostburK, died Sund'aj-lri- a hospital at. Car- negieVFat She was a daughter of the late WortM^EUjn nnd. Virginia Mc- CuUouchl iw I. SurvJVtofintlude n sistc.', Mrs. "Virginia Sqllnrs, Calvcrt county, and a brottierr~WorthinE McCullough. address unknown. The body.-wiU be brought here for. sravesli^V^&kvices' in •• Allegany Careterj£^'wlt' : -"hRcv. Lewis B. Browne." recior.jof St. John's Episcopal Church.Vofficlatinc. Benjamin Kobertson ( MIDLAND—Benjamin R, Robertson. «,->formfrly of Shalt, who died suddenly December 31 at his home in Scottdale. Pa., after a lingeiinp illness, was .Memorial Pnr Pit. ASTHMA Don't lei ooucwnt. whrrtlnc. rccurrlnt nt- oo o reac ronca tuba nod lunES. Usually helps nnture quick!} «moM UilcC, itlrtjr mucus. Thus BllevHtfs poucbinK.uid.Aldj Jrccr brcathlnc and better •Irep. O«l»l£ENI>ACO Irom druacUt. satls- Iictlim or.Tnonejr back cuiranteed. • ^- i < • AdvrrU.NCmcnt. Anthony's Catholic Church. Rldse- ley. by Rev. Robert. Kilgnnnon, pastor. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery, AJtoonn, Pa. Pallbearers were H. A. 'Bean, Paul MoFarland, nlel E. Collins bU '^r 'wil^S *™ **«*'& William Frcskorn, Dm A son of Mj'S. Annie (Cnrrj Rob- erUson and the !ate Benjamin Robertson, he had resided in Scottdale j Uie past 10 years a,id was employed in the Seottclnle office of the Bureau of Internal Revenue. Mr. Robertson belonged to.Scolt- cale First Methodist Church and and J:\ck Andrews. C ilium Funeral Services were held yesterday afternoon from the Stein Funeral Home for Walter Clyde, Gillura, C2, LaVale, who died Saturday at his residence- Rev. Norman 0. Scrib- ncr, pastor of Centre Street Mclh- was vice president •-' the Wesley jodist Church, officiated and inter- Brothcrhood of the church. He lield merit was In Hlllcrust Burial Park. Ills homo on Calla Hill. He was, stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage Sunday. . A native ol' Mt. Savage, lie was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Churcli. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. John Edwprd Smith. | Surviving, besides his widow, are I three daughters, Mrs. MnrRarct Keel, Cumberland, and Misses Anna and Agnes Smith, both at home, and ! two sons. John Francis a'.Ki Pat- jrick Smith, also at home. - Mrs. .Paulina B:unbcrj;ci" MJK. Paulina Bnmbcrycr, 77, I moLhur ol Mr.s. Morris Roser.baum, (The n;nf,le, died late hist niy'nt in I Catonsviilc. Md. She had been In frilling health Len years. Mrs. Hamburger was born January 22, 1872, hi Marion, S.C., :i daughter ]ol U-.c late Lewis and Amanda IMnnheim. ,Shc raarriod Julius Bam| berscr at Baltimore in 1S94 and he died eight years Inter. She was ;i member of 'Oheby Shalom Co:igr-3- gation. CatonsvlUe. Besides her diiuR'.itcr. she leaves a sister,' Mrs, Helen Grecnbaiuii, Baltimore, and lour'grandchildren. The body was brought here' this ! afternoon U> the Wolford Funeral Home. Burial will be In ; Ens: View Cemetery. Conway. runoral A solemn requiem ir.nss'l'or James M. Conway, 84, of 200 Virginia Avenue, city tax collector and former councilman who dice! Monday in Allcsany Hotpitnl, was celebrated tills morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church by Rev; Lawrence P. Landrigan, pastor.' Rev. Arthur Sladc wn.s deacon and Rev. Robert P. Hopkins wns sub-deacon. Rev. Patrick" J. Bradley, pastor of St. Michael's Catholic- Church, Prostbui'R'. wow in the siinctunry Interment took place in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Robert B. Walker a.nd Edward T. Marti, of Cumberland Lodge No. 03. B.P.O. Ella; Drank C. McKniRht and John A. Rice, of Aerie No. i45, F. O. Ensles, and Frank J. Davis and William G. Bci«r, of Lodge No. 271, L..O. O. Moose. Honorary pallbearers induced D. Lindley Sloan,'William A. Huster, James Holmes, William H. Buch- holtx, William J. Edwards. William V. KccRiin, Edirar Reynolds, F. Brooke Whiting. M:ii'cus John H. Mosner, Al. Will, ClifTord Spiker and W. H. 'Adams, Pittsburgh. The City Hall was closed from 9 to 11 a. m, today to permit • em- ployes to attend the funeral. " Blotched externally caused, ResinoL Soap cleansing, and soothing.. Rcanol Ointmer-t for irritated a I spots, does a world of good " membership in Mnrlon Lodge No. 502, A. 'P. and A. M. .Scottdale. TJnlontown Lodge of Perfection and Tall Cedars \of Lebanon No. 77, Deny, Pa. Surviving besides his mother, are his widow, Mrs. Kathryn (06151-181-1) Robertson; a daughter, Margaret Robertson,., at home: two sisters, Mrs. Diana Lippen, Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Doris Schmidt. Chicago, and two brothers," John W. and Joseph C. Robertson, both of Pittsburgh. Relatives attending the funeral included John S, Carr and daughter, Mrs. William Orr, Midland, and Mrs. John Davis and son, .Lloyd Davis, Vnle Summit. Loclcird Riles A requiem mass for Mi's. A'.ice Jane Lockard, 74, of 21 Wabash Street. 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