Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 11, 1949 · Page 3
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Phone 4600 For a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1949 THREE West Virginians Get Cabins First suffered a loss of $16,000 in the operation of cabins. Conversion of old CCC' buildings In Tomlinson Run and Cabwaylingo CHARLESTON, W. Va. — West \ state parks into camping facilities Virginians will have a 30-day prior- ials'o was approved. Ity this year in obtaining cabin j Other action taken by the com- reservations in state parks and for-'jmlssion included ordering^ year- esw under regulations approved tit {round open fishing season for Ty- the regular meeting of the Coir.er- g«t and Cheat lakes and for'Blue- cation Commission held January 3 -|jp°"o n j for'maio^stote parks to Last year a 10-day prority was al- ^^ n ^ lth open in G of the trout sea- jowed. • | son and end with the bass season. Director C. F. McClintic explained The commission was informed that coal strip mining operations that the commission's 'Parks Division u-ill begin accepting applications lor cabins March 1, and until April 1 only those from West Virginia will be processed. After April 1, u policy of first come first served v.-m be followed, with West Virginians taking their chances with outsiders, 'An Increase ranging 'from 10 to 30 per cent-in cabin rentals for 1949 also was announced, the smaller percentagc 7 wise increase applying to six-person cabins and the higher rate to two-person ones. The commission last year, it was stated, outside Babcock state park had virtually cca«cd nnd that fishing Ntrciimn In the pnvk lintl biitcun 10 improve. Dales lor .six sectional statutory mceting-s to give interested citizens an opportunity to express' their views as to 1949 fishing 'and hunting regulations were decided on 'as follows: Elldns, Jan. 10; Morgantown, Jan. 11; Martinsburg, Jan. 12; Beckiey, Jan. 17; Charleston, Jan. 18; Pwkersburg, Jan. 20. Director McClintic will preside at the meetings. Pfc George Hartman Beburial services for Pfc. George E. Hartman, 32, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hartman', 316 Davidson Street, who was killed in Holland October 1, 1944, will be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. from the Kight Funeral Home by Rev. George A. Baugh•man, Methodist minister. Military honors • at the grave in Rose Hill Cemetery will be accorded by Fort Cumberland Post Ko. 13, American Legion. The body will arrive here tomorrow. A native of Cumberland, Pfc. Harimitn was engaged In thu SI.T- vlco slrillon biwlnus. 1 ! before lie entered the Army on April H, 1341, where he served in the medical de- Tygart Valley, W. Va,, Credit Bu- rciva. His parents were the late R. C. and Sanih (CaltorO White. He belonged to Andrews Mefcho- dist Church, Graf:ton, and the Bro- 'or John Shuhart, 79, who died yesterday, will be conducted tomorrow, at 2:30 p. m. from the residence. Interment will cake place in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Moscow. Mrs. Elizabeth Ilinze Mrs. Elizabeth Hinze, 83, widow of Charles W. Hinze, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles R. McFerran, 791 Fayette Street: Mrs. Hirize was ' born in Mannheim, Germany, a daughter of the late Peter and Catherine (KrampJ'1 HuJfiimM. She cumc to tlir; United Stiiicn »s (t child. Besides "her daughter, she lenvcs two grandchildren, Fui'inan Mc., MVU tlLiUlUUilllUILU, i'LUlll'lll AVJ.O- tachaent of the 110th Field Art]j-| FelTail| Clarksburg. W. Va., and levy, 29th Division. He trained at Camp Maxtor., N. C., with Company A,'190th 1 Glider Infantry, and later the 550th 'Battalion.. He re- wings Miss Helen McFoi-ran, a; home, and two great grandchildren.. The- body is at the McPerran residence where services be held Thursday at 3:30 p. m. with Intorv Fc- -IBennta e ursay . . InfanLrv . Fo ' t Bennlll S,i Rcv . Car: clajpp| past or of St. - -- ' Modern Protection Provides Great Comfort and Holding Security WITHOUT TORTUROUS TRUSS WEARING An "eve-opening" revelation in sensible and.comfortable reducible rupture protection may be yours for the asking, without cost or obligation. Simply tear this out and mail with your name and address to William S. Rice, Inc., Bept. 4G8-D5, Adams, N. Y., and full details of the new and different Rice Method will be sent you Free, without hard flesh-gouging pads or tormenting pressure, here's a support that has brought Joy and comfort to thousands— by releasing .them, from Trusses with springs and straps, that bind and cut. Designed to securely hold a rupture up and in where It belongs and yet give freedom of body and genuine comfort. For FREE TREATISE and full information—write today! NAME ADDRESS Georgia. Pfc. Hartman left this country February 11, 1944, and landed in •Ireland. He went to England before participating- in Hie D-Day invasion Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church, oCrici.il/lnf. Burinl will 'be in Eose Hill Cemetery. The family requests that flowers be omitted. 'Mrs, Mary McCaw of Normandy and later was trans-] o-RANTSVILLB^-Word JIM been ferrcd to the 82nd Airborne Divi-; reccived here Llmt Ml , S- Mary slon ' "Molly" (Wegmar.) McCaw, cousin He was a member of Central of Mrs. William Sclieaffer, this Methodist Church and the Junior | community, died December 25 in a O. TJ. A. M. i hospital at Oswego. N. Y. ! A former resident ol" Grantsvillc; Surviving, besides his parents, arc three sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Crabtree and Mrs. Harry Eyre, this city, and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins, Washington, and three brothers, Waller M., Charles H. and James L. Hartman, this city. Kinp Services Services will be held Thursday at 1 p. m. in Paw Paw, W. Va., Meth-' odist Church for William M. King, 841 husband of Mrs. Katie King, 745 Maryland Avenue, who died yesterday in Sabillasville State Sanitarium. Rev. W infield Hall, pnsto:-, will officiate with burial in Camp Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw. The body is at the Klght Funeral Home. Spa.Ha Funeral Frostburg—A requiem mass wiiJ be celebrated tomorrow at 10:30 a. jm. in St. Michael's Catholic Church for Mrs. Carmella Spalls, 87, -who died Sunday at the home of her son. Samuel Spalla, Wes: Mechanic Street. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. McCaw taught school in Gaj-- rott county and was an active member and worker of St. John's Reformed Church here. A sister, Mrs. Anna Lichty, Granlsville, and a brother, Charles Wegman. Fros:burg, preceded her in death. Hoye P. Wiite, Sr. Hoye P. White, Sr., 69, brother of Charles J. White, this city, died last Friday at Ms home in Grafton, W. Va.i He-was a retired B. and O. conductor, Borr. March 15, 1879, in Garrett county, Mr. White was a former justice of the peace and in recent yeats served as manager of the B. and O. Veterans, and Lodge No. 50, I. O. O. F., Webster. W. Va. Besides his brother, he is survived by his window, the former Miss Susani-.ah Crabtree; three sons. Hoye P. White, Jrf, Graf ton; Eugene R. White, Moundsville, W. Va., and Joseph B. White. Fairmont, W. Va,; four daughters, Mrs. Doro- try Silcott, Washington, Pa.: Mrs. Catherine Ja-co, Grafton; Mrs. Avis Stayer, Darlington. Md., and Mrs. Betty Lou Floyd, Long Island, N. "T., and two other brothers, George R. White, Gni.rton, and Elmer 13. White, ClnrkKbiivK. W. Vu. Mlulr.ic! Buriii.1 WESTERNPORT — Thomas A. Michael, .73, of 307 Johnson Street, who died Saturday in 'Memorial Hospital. Cumberland, was buried yesterday afternoon in PJillos Cemetery following services at the Boal Funeral Home. Rites were in charge of Rev. O, Clarence Mitchell, pastor of Piedmont Trinity Methodist Church, Keyser. Pallbearers were Cecil Broadwater and_ Thomas, Frank, Howard, James and' Albert Magruder. Ruhcrl Morgan Robert Morgan. 78. retired B. and O. machinist helper, died last night in Sylvan Retreat. Bom in London, England, Mr. Morgan came to this country as a child. He was a. son of the late John and Eleanor (Baxter) Morgan. His father operated a transfer business here • which he managed .for some lime after his death. Mr. Morgan was a member of Tonkaway Tribe No. '120,' Improved Order of Red Men. Survivors include three nieces, Mrs. Catherine Brir.egar, Midland; Mrs. Ralph Armstrong, ' Toledo, Ohio , and Mrs. Anthony 'Lehr, Akron, and seven nephews, Bernard Clark, Ridgeley; . Harry, Ernest, Thomas, Arthur and Harry Morgan, all of Pasadena, Calif., nnd Albert Hammersmith, Akron. The body is at the George Fun- lera: Home where rites will be con-r 'ducted tomorrow at 2 p. in. by Rev. j Louis H. Ewald, rector of Holy. jCross Episcopal Church. Interment {will take place in Rose Hill Cemc- Mrs. Charter A. Skidmore BLKINS, W. Va.—Final rites for Mrs. Bernice Catherine Skidmore, wife of . Charter -A. Skidmore; .who died last week in Buffalo, N. Y,, General Hospital where she had been a patient nine days, were held Sunday in Central Chapel near Meadowville, Baxbour county, by Rev. H. M. Phillips, pastor. Pallbearers were Hayes and Harry Smith, Earl Skidmore, Galen Johnson, Stark Wihnoth and Bliss Hou- doi'slioldt. Flowcrbctu'crs included Biirbara Skidmore, Gale Smith, (Hown.rd E, Smith, Robert Johnson, Vernon Houdersheldt, Jo Ann Davidson and Mary Jo Johnson. • The eldest daughter of the late Levt'and Helen A. (Poling) Johnson, iMeadowvillc, she was educated' rn| ; public schools and graduated in 1901! from West Virginia'Wcsleyan Col-' lege at Buckhannon. She .taught a number of years in' schools at Junior, Hendricks, Glady and other•communities. i A resident of Cumberland Frostburg, Md., for 32 years, Mrs, Skidmore served as a substitute teacher in the former city after the family- moved there. She had resided in Buffalo the past year nnd was a member of the Methodist Church more than GO years. At the time of her death she was affiliated with First Methodist Church, Frostburg. In addition to her husband, whom she married February 3, 1904, she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Frank Chapman, Kenmore, N. Y.: three brothers, Scate 'Senator Herman G. Johnson, Elldns; Lloyd : . S. Johnson, Dearborn, Mich., and Stuart L, Johnson, Salem, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. A. B. VarJSToy, Elkins and Mrs. Wesley C. Hedrick, Beckiey, and a granddaughter, • Karen Lea Chapman: Mr. and Mrs. Skidmore had been residing at the Chapman residence in Kenmore, a suburb of Buffalo. •' ' John Wagjicr FROSTBURG—Miss Louise Plum- jner, 51 Wright Street,, has received word of 'the" death .of her uncle, John Wagner, 62. 'who died yester- dny at his home, T3G1 Prospect Street, Bnrberton, Ohio, nftor a brief JllniMW. The Wagner family left here about 25 years ago and moved to Barberton where he worked for the- Barberton Chemical Company. A son of the late George and Louisa, Wagner, Grahamtown, he was active in union affairs and held membership in. Mountain City-Lodge No. 11, Jr. O'.U.A.M., Frostburg. His brother, Albert Wagner, was visiting in Barberton and-an only sister, Mrs.'-Anna Plummer, was called there'Saturday when his condition became .critical. Both resided, i Grahamtown. .'-, Also surviving are his widow, Mrs. | Ada (Nelson) Wagner, formerly of. lEckhart" Mines, two sons; Marvin ! Wagner, Indiana,. and John Wagner, Jr., three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Coler, -Mrs. Marian Stance and Mrs. Helen Ferdinand, all of Barberton, and 14 .grandchildren. . . Miss Plummor and' her, brother, William Plummer, and Thomas Williams, Cumberland, left today to attend funeral services at the home in Barberton. -. Way to Relieve Itchy Pimples When ybur skin is' irritated with pimples, red blotches and other skin blemishes, and you're crazy with itching torture, hera's fast relief. Get a 40c' box of Peterson's Ointment at, your druggist and apply this soothing balm. Promptly relieves smarting and itching. Your skin looks better, feels better.. Money bock if not delighted. Advertisement Clearance! NURSERY FURNITURE Give your child oil the comfort and convenience of fine furniture at these low-money-iaving* price*. Buy for now for future needs. 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