Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 6, 1949 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 6, 1949
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMIfS. CUMlVGRLANi), I\ll,).. 'I.'HUUS.DAY, JANUARY (I, Md!) Phone. 4000 for n WANT AD Inker Obituary John L. Fisher John L. Fisher, 62, of 633 North Centre Street, died this morning • In Memorial Hospital where he had . been & pnrtlent, twq weeks. A native of Bean's Cove, Pa., Mr. had -been employed by Mon- hetos Produce Company here • 14 . years and -was a member ol Centre Street Methodist Church. His parents were the laie Richard W., a'nd Eva (Rice) Fisher. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dora E: <Bond) lusher; & son, J. .'Paul Fisher, this city; four sisters, Mrs. Walter Wlgfield, Mrs. Georgia Perdew and Mrs. Marshall Deremer, all of Hiatsu>ne, and Mrs. Bernice Elliott, Bedford. Valley, Pa.; Wo 1 brothers, Raymond and Fred Fisher, New Castle, Pa., and one grandson, J. Paul Ksher, Jr.. The body Is at the Kight Funeral Home where sen-Ices '.will be con. -ducted. Saturday at 2 p. m. by Hev. . Norman O. Scribner, pastor of Centre Street Methodist Church. Interment will take place in HUlcrest Burial Park. . j Mrs. Carrie Hanifin Mrs. Carrie Hanifln, 79. of .408 " Louisiana Avenue, died sudden]; lait night while visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Llns, Washing-ton. Mrs. Hanifin was a daughter o. the late Mr, and Mrs. John Hartman. She belonged to Southminster Presbyterian Church. Surviving are a son, John V. Hanifin, with whom she resided; two other daughters. Mrs. Ray Cooley "Washington, and Miss Margie Han- . if In. Burlington, Vt., .and three grancScnildren, Judith Ann Lins' and Linda Mae and John Charles Hari- ifln. JThe body will be brought to the Stein Funeral Home. - - x Walter R. Stavely •Walter R. Stavely, husband of Mrs. Verna (Fletcher) Stavely, . Ferndale, Md.. died Tuesday night in Union Memorial Hospital there where he had been a patient since December 23. Besides his widow, he leaves his mother, Mrs. Maude Stavely, Baltimore, and two sisters, Mrs. Wallace Cuvanaugh and Mrs. George Hoff- melster. also of Baltimore. ' The body will arrive tomorrow afternoon at- the Hafer Funeral Home for services Saturdny at. 2 -pjn. with Rev. Joseph W. Young, pastor of Melvln Methodist Chapel, officiating. Burial will be In Green• mount Cemetery.-, Fleming Ultcs A requiem moss -for Michael L. Fleming, 91, of 217 Glenn Street, organizer and oldest member of the 1 Cumberland Brotherhood of Rall. way Clerks. on the B. and O. ana Alton Railroads, 'Who -died. Monday, was celebrated this morning. In St. •Patrick's Catholic Church by Rev. Thomas A. Hnrdesty. ..The body was taken to Terra Alta, W. Va.,' for burial. Active pallbearers were L. A. Hewitt, J. B. Higglns. J. H.'Fike. F.- D.-Pendergast, A P. Connell.and Ralph L. Ketzner. Hohorary pallbearers in- : eluded I. M. MncMn, Donald Scharl . and G. F. Messman. William 11. Groff HAGERSTOWN — William 1 Henry . Groff. 75, retired Norfolk and Western Railroad employe, dlod of a curcbriU hemorrhage on Saturday at hi* home In TllKhmiinton. Interment wivs in Manor Cemetery. Born In Tilghmanton. ' Mr. Groff . -was a son of the late Isaac and ; Amanda (Suman) Groff. ' He be- 1'. longed to Resolute Council. No. 44, Jr. O. TJ. A. M., Sons and Daughters of Liberty Lodge No. 25, the Norfolk 1 and Western. Railroad Brotherhood, Moatsarada Grange of Fairplay and First Brethren Church of St. James. Surviving are his widow,- the former Miss Estella V. Jacobs; a daugh- . ter, Mrs. Clarence Summers, Ha gers- town; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Easterday, Dowjisvlllc; Miss Clara Groff, Petersburg, W. Va., and Miss Lydla Groff, Miami, Fla.; a brother, John GroK, Aurora, 111.; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren, . J. Milton -Taylor HANCOCK— J. Milton Taylor, 77, director in the Hancock Bank, 'died Saturday in Washington County Hospital after an illness ot 11 months. His parents were the late J. Harvey and Margaret (Gregory) Taylor. Mr. Taylor was. an employe of the postoffice here until his retirement 14 years, ago. He . was a deacon . ol Hancock Presbyterian Church and a member of the Hancock Masonic Order. ' He In survived by. hts widow, Mrs. Kathcrine (Brooke) Taylor; a sister, Mrs. J, Edward Ben.son, Baltimore, and several nieces nnd nephews. Services were held .Monday from the Bast Funeral Homu. George W. Vest PARSONS,' W. Vu.—Rites for George W.-Vest, 97,'.who.died Monday at the residence .of .his son, William Vest, after 'an Illness of several weeks, .were held yesterday from the Greenlief Funeral Home with Rev. Robert L. -Greynolds, pastor of St. John's Methodist Church, officiating. Buriel' was In Parsons City Cemetery. . . Mr. Vest was born September 18, 1851, in Virginia, a son of the late Harvey and Martha Vest. His wife, the former Miss Ollie Moore, diec, February 14, 19-53: He. was employed by.the Cumberland. arid Allegheny Gas Company Jor many years. Surviving are four sons, William and Harve Vest, Parsons, and.'Colonel and 'George Best, Beverly; a brother, Daniel Vest, McKeesport, Pa.'; one sister, Mrs. Alice Helmick, St. George, and II grandchildren. Ervin E., Hardy MOOREFIELD, W.' Va,—Ervln E^ Hardy, 59, who died December 28, was buried In Kessel Cemetery. Rev. Mr. Westfall officiated 'at services R. M. Brcightnor, R. E. Mortens und H, A. Abe. Honorary pallbearers, mumbws of the Brotherhood of Railway Engineers, included George Appel, J. C. Schroeder, J. C. Catlctt and S. L. Manhop. ,. • . . • Campbell Biii-im | ^Pfc, William.Campbell, IB, of 2341 Paca Struct, who. was fatally hurt, in a motor accident on Guam last November, was •' buried yesterday afternoon in Zlon Memorial. Park following sea-vices 'at-'Grace Baptist Church. Rev: W. Randolph Keele, pastor, had'charge of-the rites. Military honors at the grave were accorded by Fore Cumberland Post No. 13, American Legion, Vith chaplain Slbert Luther Atkinson; .Boiling Field Air Base, Washington; officiating.' Pallbearers were Albert Kerns,- Truman Fuller, .Edward Green, George Zimmerly, David Ronnie apd .Jeremiah De'fibaugh. " Others' participating were Lee Fuller, Thomas Thompson, • James Seal and James Jones, color.guards; Paul W. Weis-enmille, Jr., command- [ er, .and John R. NeS, sergeanfc-at-! arms. The firing squad, composed ol the members of the 1100th Air Police Squad and 110th Air Base Group at .Boiling Fiehf, included First Sgt. Michael Altier, Sgt. Henry j J. Duchesne, Cpl. Nelson Moore, | Pvt. Herschel O. Petty, Pfc. J. A. Rury, Pfc. Dick A.' Boyd, Pfc Raymond M. Dixon, Pfc. Richard L. a daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. Patrick Donohbc. H«r husband, Stephen Boyle,-died in Elkln.s in 1D2B.. Other survivers are two other sons, John J., Elldns, and James F., Baltimore; und two diUwlHcrs. Mrs. WJIllnm Calkins. EllcliM, and Mr.i. Lee. McAllister, Charleston. A 1 resident of Slkins ] for many years, Mrs. Boyle was a member of St.' Brendan's Catholic Church. . ' Heath. Reburial PARSONS, W. Va.—Reburiai dies for Pvt,- .Wayne Heath, 20, son of Melvin and. Ella (Hinfcle) Heath, Davis, were held • today ir. • the Methodist Church with Rev. R. W. Morrow, -Jr., pastor, officiating. Interment was in Davis' City Cemetery with full, military honors accorded by Blue Ridpre^Post No. 22, American Legion, Davis, . . A -member of -,the. United States Signal Corps, Pvt. Heath was stationed jh India when he died of peritonitis . following . an operation September 1, 1944. Born January 28, 1923, in Davis, Pvt. Heath was graduated from the high school there in: 1940 and enrolled in the National Youth. Ad- ministration Work Experience' Project In South 'Charleston. Later he became engaged in defense work with tho General Mnclili'.c Ordinance Corporation and entered the service in January, JM2. Ho received tralnlnfc at Camp 'Swift, Tcm'i, Camp Polk, la.. Fort •Leonard. Wood, Mo., and • Fort Meacic, Md., before going; overseas in April, 1944. Surviving, besides his parents; are -a sister, Miss Catherine' Heath, Davis; one brother, Wan-en Heath, at home, and Ills paternal grarid- piothcr, Mrs. Olice Summcrfield, Hambleton FFA Fire, Safety. Surveys Completed MOOREFIELD. W. Vs.—A survey on. fire and safety hazards on their own farms has been .completed by the local chapter of the Future'Far- mers of America, according to Lacy Coclirane, advisor. . • The fire survey covered everything from loose chimney bricks to. placement of extinguishers and the safety survey from loose floor' boards to placement of first aid kits. 0 n i ucnberry .New C. and P. COIIMPI;! John T. Quisenberry, attorney for the 'American Telephone and Telegraph Company, bus been appointed Kcncriil counsel, effective January 1, far thf! four Chesapeake and "Potomac Telephone companies 'operating In Washing-ton, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Mr. Quisenberry succeeds R. A. Van Orsdel,' who has • resigned as general counsel in anticipation of his retirement March" 1. Mr, Van Orsdel will continue as vice president of the four Chesapeake ' and Potomac Telephone'companies until that time. .. .. A native of Clark county, Kentucky, Mr. Quisenberry joined the Bell Telephone System in August, 1937, as attorney with the American Telephone and.Telegraph Company. Prior to that time, from 1S20 to 1922. he -was an associate of the law firm of Trabue, -Doolan, Helm and Helm at Louisville, Kentucky. From. 1922 to 1937 he was commerce attorney with, the Illinois • Central Railroad in:Chicago. , Mr. iQulsenberry 'graduated from Kentucky Wesloyon Collet, Winchester, Kentucky, In l'J17. and from Harvard Law School in 11120. • . . He is a member ol' the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, a member of the bur in Illinois, Kentucky- and New York, and » member of-the Amcrlcan'.Bar As- sociation'and ..the 1 New York State Bar Association. . •-. •' . .... 3 Trout (pan size) Ib. 39c Spanish Mackerel Ib; 49c CRAB MEAT STACEy'SMKT. "Home of the Flying Fish" in Kessell Church. Pallbearers were Krenesec ' and Pfc. A. W. Locker! Jess Jenkins, Santord -Simmons, Elmer und Gibson Kessell, Phil Belt and Ott -Hardy. • A son of toe late Daniel and Duley (Kuykendall) Hardy; he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice M. Hardy; six children, Omer, Anabel and Dorothy Hardy and Mrs. -Marshall Fleming,, all of. Kessel; ,Ronad Hardy; Gormania, and' Ms. John Durkin,. Youngstown, Ohio, and .a sister, Mrs. Jess Jenkins, Kessell True Services ' Services wure ' held. . yesterday afternoon in Bethany United Brethren Church' for James Watson True, 65, of.601 Quebec Avenue, who died Sunday in Memorial Hospital-. Rev. C. K. Welch, pastor, officiated and . Interment was • in Hlllcrest Burial Park. Active' pallbearers were E. 'O. Keyser, C. C. Moore; R. G. Morgan, Buglers were. Staff Sgt. Charles- O. Wilson and pfc. D.'K. Lorenz. . Mrs. Katie. Boyle MT. SAVAGE—Mrs. Katie Boyle, 79, mother of Stephen S. Boyle; Mt. Savage, died Tuesday night at her home in Eifcins, W. Va. . Mrs. Boyle was born in Ireland, Attention Master Masons Members of Ohr Lodge No. 131, A. F. ond A- M., and oil faster Masons' are requested to meet- at Masonic Temple, "riday, January 7, at 1 p. m., c or the purpose of. attending the funeral of our late brother, 5. Otis Sterne. Frederick W. Schonning, Worshipful. Master : red P. Keyser, Secty. Adv.—T-Jan. 6, N-Jan 7. 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