Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 7, 1949 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, January 7, 1949
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EIGHT CUMBERLAND, MJJ. r If&lDAX, JANUAH* 7, 1949 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Obituary -•- Daniel J. Krapf Daniel J. Krapf, 75, ol 820 Greene Street died this morning in Memorial Hospital where he.had been a patient two -weeks. • A native of Frostburg, Mr. Krapl operated a form near Mt. Savage beiore His retirement. He was a son or tbe late Zncharias and Sarah (Gels) Krapf. Surviving are a son, George 6. . -Krapl, Bowline Green; a daugh- ' ter Mrs. Ed-ward Ewald, -with whom he resided, and. a brother, George -.Krapf, Frostburg. •• The body -was taken to the Durst Funeral Home. Frostburg. . '.— Sterne Funeral -Services for O. Otis Sterne, G2, of 514 Ben.ll Street, B. and O. fore- •ronn of engines who died Tuesday •while bcinK taken to Memorial Hos- •pitnl, were conducted this afternoon nt the residence by Rev. William A. Elsenbcrgcr. pastor of First Presbyterian Church. Masonic rites nt the ernve in Hillcrest Burlnl Park TUCK In.charge of Ohr Lodge No. 131, A P. nnd A. M.. of which he was a »err.ber. Pallbearers were Robert Beck- £ tUlkJtlW t^t» M v* w — - — man, Erich M. Scherch, C. E. Gay- cor. Thorrias Darr. Pcul Butts nnd Arch, Hutchlnson. Hanifin Rites '" Tie body of Mrs. Carrie Hanifin, 79 of 408 Louisiana Avenue, who •died Wednesday night in Washing. -ton -while visiting her daughter, Mrs. TJoseph Llns, is at the Stein Funeral • -Home where last rites will be con- ducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. ' Robert M. Campbell. Burial will take place in Rose Hill .Cemetery. Stafford Rcburlal Tteburial sen-ices lor Pvt. John Marion Stafford, 25. Route 2, who •was killed in France January 1 .' 1945, Will be held tomorrow at 2:3C p m. from the George Funera • Home with Rev. Frank Fratto, or the Pentecostal Church, officiating Military honors at the. grave in Mt Herraon Cemetery will be In charge of Fort Cumberland No. 13, American Legion.,. Post Mrs. Paulina Bambergcr. 77, who died Tuesday night in Cntonsvillc was burled yesterday afternoon in . East'View Cemetery here following ' lervlces at the home of her daughter. Mrs.''Morris Rosenbaum, The ".Dingle. Rabbi Herbert J. >Vilner . officiated. Pallbearers were Stuart nnc 1 Simon .Roscnbaum, 2nd, Norman 1 Goldblatt, William L. Wilson, Jr. Henry Mackey and Thomas B Finan. Frank Gapp PETERSBURG, W. , Vft.—Frank Oapp, 74, died yesterday at th home of his nephew, Frank Gapp • near Kessel. 'He was a. son of th late Matthew and Elizabeth (Woer ner) Gapp. , A retired farmer, Mr. Gapp 1 nrvlvcd by two sisters, Mrs. Lud- irtg Keller,. Gettysburg, Pa., and Mrs. William Keller, Fisher, Pvt George Xansberry, Jr. • PARSONS, W. Va—The body of Pvt. George Lansberry, Jr., 29, who ''•iris-killed December 24, 1843, in m accident at Cardiff, South Wales, h&s been returned to -the home o. hi* parents, George and Rosa 'Lola (Sidles) Lansberry, Thomas. Rcburial rites will be conducted Sundayat.2:30 p. m, la tbe Methodist CliurcJi'Jwhere the.-body will be """taken at 1:30.p: m. Ber, R- w a daughter, Mrs. R. Paskel Thompson, Petersburg; two sisters, Miss Frances M. Parker, Romney,, .and Roof Repairs Started At Emmanuel Churcli Morrow, Jr., 'pastor, -will and full military honors grave in Rose Hill - Cemetery, Thomas, will be in charge of Blue Ridge Post No. 22, American Legion, 3avls. Born near Thomas on May 13, 914 Pyt. Lansberry .attended Thomas High School and later was employed' by the- Davis. Coal, and Coke Company until he entered the service in October, 1940. He trained at Fort Custer, Battle Creek, Mich., and Indian Gap, Fa., and-was'sent ,o England:'in December,-1942. Surviving, besides.his parents, are two sisters. Marybelle Lansberry ind.Mrs. Edith Moore,, at home. Smith Services, MT. SAVAGE — A requiem. mass will be celebrated' tomorrow at 9 a. m. in St. Patrick's Catholic 3hurch lor ' John Smith, 75, who died Tuesday at his. residence on Calla Hill. Rev. Michael Smyth mstor will officiate' and interment will take place in the church cemetery. Ilenrv E. Hopkins • FROSTBURG—Mrs. Annie Hayes Sniith, 4 Stoyer Street, has received word of the death of her brother, Henry. E. Hopkins, 72, in Glrard, Kansas. Another. son, Lt. William 'F. Pownall, was killed in Italy November 11, 19«. struction Davy Reburial JUNCTION, W. .Va. — Reburial rites for Pfc. Hilton LeRoy Davy, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Davy, Junction, who was killed in Germany April 8, 1945,-were held Wednesday with Rev. Allen Jones, pastor of' Romney Presbyterian Church, officiating. Military honors were in charge of Hampshire Post No. 91, American Legion, and Wap 7 pocomo Post No. .1101," Veterans of Foreign Wars,. Romney. Surviving, besides his parents,-.are five brothers' and seven 'sisters'. He had served three years' in -the-'. Army during World War II. John Mac Hormlson ROMNEY, W. Va. — John/Mac Hwmison, 76, who died December 31 at his home here foil owing, an illness of several months, was'buried Monday in Indian Mound Cemetery. Services were conducted by Rev Allen Jones,.. pastor of Romney Presbyterian,'Church.' He was bom in Romney, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Harmison. , . • • . . Surviving- are his widow, 'the former-Miss Mollie Beckman; "a brother, Henry Harmison, and two F. firm has begun repairs Kiwanis Club Officers Installed .Yesterday The new officers of the cook vice president; Wilbur K. United Voters League ^^^^ieSS.jMS^lTo Meet Tomorrow year as secretary. . • j Fo ur. directors, were -inducted to ximate i y 'l5 : labor leaders of on the roof structure of Emmanuel Episcopal Church. The structure- was inspected >ast spring by Philip H. Froh'man, Washington architect, who found no damage but 'suggested the reinforcing of' the roof to prevent actual damage from a. slight settling. Construction of the civurch began in 1849 and ended in 1851. Rev. David C. Watson, rector, said Sunday services will be held as -jsual but "the Thursday morning Communion service will not be held • for several weeks. Gene Miller Named To Stale Position Miss Gene H. Miller, has accepted The new oilicers 01 wie ^uiiiuti-. . .four curec.uis. wcit; lu^uuui. land Kiwanls Club were installed!. serve three-year terms. They _-yesterday at Central YMCA. W.; Fr£ tok'H. Ansel, Thomas B. Fman, ' ' ' ---- George M. Martin, and John H. JEarle Cobey, past president, master of ceremonies. Those installed were John Robinson, president; 'Dr. Albert C. J. . Workmeister. . . Committees are expected to be named next week. _ comaty are expected to trict section of tbe Maryland Leagur of United. .Voters in' morrow at 11 a. m. ( • • W. J. Jones, city,'Will preside.- Officers elected'and proposed ' v-laws discussed. • , ago. L.IA.JV, VIli»*«, •".- ' he lived; Mrs. Paul -Schellhaus Mrs. Duruard Thorpe, and Miss Margaret Hopkins, all of Pekin, 111.; two sisters, Mrs. Smith, this city, and Mrs. Eleanor Marple, Cumberland' and-a brother, Richard Hopkins,' this . city. .Six grandchildren also survive. Interment, will be at Pittsville, Kansas. . . ' Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Marple and Mr. Hopkins visited their brother a few months ago in Girard. -- •; Mrs. Thomas E. rownall ROMNEY, W. Va.—Services for Mrs. Grace Virginia Pownall, 67, wife of Justice of the' Peace Thomas E Pownall, who died Monday at her home after an illness of several months, were conducted yesterday from the Combs Funeral Home by Rev D. Fay Zlnn, pastor of Romney' Methodist Church. Interment was In Indian Mound Cemetery. Pallbearers were William I. Powell. Paul D. Oates, Robert Iff. Powell' Harold P. Lcvings, Eugene W. McCauley, W. Mease, Strosnider and G. .Edward Nogle. . Mrs.'Pownall, who had been bedfast since December 25, was a daughter of Mrs. Fannie Parker and the late William. C. Parker. She ok an active Interest to civic pro- cts and was a member of the ethodist Church and the. Ameran Legion and Veterans of For- gn Wars auxiliaries. In addition to her -husband and other, she is survived by a son, lomas E. Pownall, Jr., Baltimore; Bedford Valley PTA . To Meet January 10 • CENTERVILLE, Pa.— An interest- ng program will be presented at a meeting of the Bedford Valley- Parent-Teacher Association at. Centerville Consolidated School next Monday evening at 7:30. The group, which, has a member- snip, of 50 parents, its conducting : a drive for increased participation in .ts programs. Movies will be shown by Robert C. Davis. . • . We H»T« A.JW1 Display of Coal—Gas-r-Oil Heaters and Furnaces PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE REINHAKTS • 17 Baltimore $100.00 REWARD! Th» St.t. Bo»d« Commlwlon ot M»rr- luid will p»r tbe » um of On<1 Kun*ri« DoUir. (flOO.OO) reward to "TOJ" furnlihlnr Intormitlon lo'dlnr w lor »ir«.t mnd conTlotlon ot »nr per«on 01 ptriom, who remote.. d»mne« or de- txm »nr roi.d «lrn>. ilpiilt or m»'.-k- er. trccted in AUennr Cenntr, M"J- l»nd. lnJorm»Uon ihould bo fumlthed to the Sheriff, tho SUrj-lind -8UU rollo or the Sutt'i Attorney'! Oliie«C, Botei Chairts, District Inylnttr STATE ROADS COMMISSION 3d!(! — Mr. IU10 JANUARY CLEARANCE COATS, "DRESSES, SWEATERS, SKIRTS Every item in our stock gr«atly reduced * 23 N. Libtrty St. ' Telephone 4576 Spinnerm Knitting > faint Needlepoint Piccct and Mothproof Yarn Corde Talon Zippers Argyle Sock Packs ART Needlework Shop Oprn 1» A." M. to 7 r. M. 2nd Floor, 47 N. Liberty St. Over Turbys Sandwich Shop Phone 2732 TOTS TO TEENS Sale Continues Reductions Up To •72 PRICE LILLIAN'S GIRL SHOP ^^^^ Si Baltimore St. I^^HH all of ur;Liu,*ouo. .Mr. Hopkins had been in ill health ^^ A . icliiJ ^^^^... — .... more than 15 years, following an j s j st;erS) j^j^ perry Luttrell and Mrs. accident in the coal mines. His ^ -nr -ir--™—+. «-n ~? TD«W,THHT wife, Anna' (McCloed) Hopkins', died in March 1943.. He left' here with, 'his family about 55 .years FQ 'surviving are six children, Mrs. Leo Kennedy, Mineto, 111., 1 William Hopkins, Pekin, IlL.JMrs. Alice 'Murdock. Glrard, Kansas, with whom an appointment as a secretary, the Annapolis office of Louis J. O'Donnell, assistant to Gov. William Preston Lane, while the state legislature is in session. Miss Miller left'for Annapolis yesterday. She is well known here as. a worker in civic enterprises. Miss Miller did clerical and secretarial work In the campaign offices during the last two • Community Chest drives, worked in Democratic -head.- quarters office here during the last state 'and the national campaign and is secretary and one- of the organizers of the Young Democrat Club of Allegany County. She is,a daughter of Mrs. L. O. Miller, 804 Greene Street. Enlist In Army •Four area men' have enlisted in. the: Regular Army for three years. They are Herbert L. Miller, Route 2, city; Edward Negley, Frostburg; Robert L. Logsdpn, Route 2, city, and Willie J. Browning, Route' 1, Flintstone. TRUSS FITTING By Akron Graduated Experts; also Abdominal Supports, Elastic Hosiery and all types of surgical appliances. Private Fitting Boom. Ford's Drug Store Cumb«rlind" S(< N. Cent™ St. Sewing Classes Now Forming .Its fun to sew and economical .too! Day and night classes forj your convenience. . • Phono 394 JOT Details j-. SINGER| SEVANG CENTER: | 79 N. Centre St. .;"".' TONITE! AL JOLSON VISITS EDDIE CANTOR AND DINAH SHORE Harry Von Zell Cookie Fairchild'i Orchetfrd ^•v^_. HAVINOi .FEET*/ *BOOTERY 7 SOUTH ,' IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION:- • Oil or. Gas Conversion Burners • Gravity or Forced Air Furnaces • Hot Water or Steam Boilers ' PHONE 4440 American Home Modernizes, Inc. 125 S. Mechanic Sr. SMART BEADS Bri Color .95 L5CRNJTCIN 9-IIN.CCNT.K' WHITE CAKE.. Tri-State | Youth for Christ S SALVATION -ARMY CITADEL « 120 North Mechanic Street , SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 8th 8 P. M. Speaker Rev. M. Dale Fleming of Confluence, Pa. I' Special Cornel Music •": ALL WELCOME IF YOU COUNT YOUR PENNIES YOU'LL APPRECIATE THESE We Start The Newyear With MEAT SALE In Many A Year! Greatest TENDERIZED SMALL SIZE PICNICS 39c » FRESH GROUND BEEF 39e ib PORK SHOULDER STEAK 39cib. BOSTON BUTT ROAST LB. LEAN CHUCK ROAST ....Ib. 39c STANDING RIB ROAST ...Ib. 39c TENDER ClUB STEAK ...Ib. 39c SIRLOIN STEflK TENDERLOIN STEAK ....Ib. 39c PURE PORK SAUSAGE ...It. 39c SMOKED BACON SQUARES lb.39c SLICED BACON ENDS MINCED HAH ...:.- .^V^b SMOKED SAUSAGE ...... Ib. 39c SHLDR VEAL CHOPS ,B VEAL RUMP ROAST , b LEGVEAL ROAST VEAL SHLDR ROAST , b LEAH SALT SIDE •* PAN PUDDING ,39* Home Made Scrapple 3. bl . Sheep Casing Wieners - IB 39* GRADE 'A' SLICED BACON 59 IB. Honey Brand Cooked HAMS WHOLE OK SHANK HALF Home Drcsf Roasting CHICKENS 59* * FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER 68" i WHOLE APRICOTS LGE. NO. 2y 2 CAN IN NATURAL SYRUP JERZEE MILK 5 „. 59e GOLD MEDAL F L 0 U R ",25-lb.'bap $1.85 ARMOUR'S PEANUT BUTTER Pure LARD cart. CORNED BEEF 12 £ 49c ALASKA SALMON 55c Ib. can DOMINO SUGAR 5 lbs 45c SWEET POTATOES £ KW 2 ^r 25c SOLID PACK TOMATOES 2 S «™ S 27c OUR LEADER COFFEE ,„ tae 37c PORK AND BEANS 2 ^.; 25c COLUMBUS HOMINY I0c OCTAGON SOAP FLAKES B G ox29e 650 SHEET TOILET TISSUES ZIGLER'S APPLE BUTTER GEANTSVILtE LAKGE FKESH COLUMBUS SPAGHETTI. KIDNEY BEANS ;„:;.; ; ; 2 ^ COLUMBUS CATSUP 14-ot. fctl«. SAUERKRAUT ' ' 2 s £;,£* : SWAN SOAP 25c LARGE HEAD Lettuce 2 ,,,25c SOLID KIPE Bananas 2 't 25c Sweet Potatoes 3 lbs 25c LGE. FLORIDA ORANGES O*f doi. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TOMATOES U. S.. NO. 1 PA. ' BLUE L.VBEL Potatoes DOC p k. STJXKIST Oranges ZuC ONIONS 5»> BOTH MARKETS OPEN TO 8 P.M. PHONE ORDERS i CUM. 600 Cresoptowit^ 2865-M '"*

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