Phone 4600 for a WANT AD 'Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1949 THREE Defective Speech. Victims Need Aid MORGANTQWN, W. Va.—Care for persons with defective speech is probably the' greatest additional humanitarian service •which could be offered in West Virginia today, according to Dr. James H. Henning, head of the Speech Department o: West Virginia University. ':." "Although .the -state -is now- aiding 'the deal, the.blind, and the halt," he declared, "so far it has over- looted the-great need of'those persons handicapped by defective , ipeech. These outnumber, the for. mer groups by five .to. one." • Individuals he classed as in need of treatment are those who stutter, have delayed-speech, are hard of hearing or deaf, have a cleft palate, have "severe jaw or teeth deformities or laryngeal obstructions;'..arid those who talk*with a-foreign accent or a severely provincial speech"." ' He saidlthat to addition to', aiding Miss Snyder was a daughter of the late Daniel W'. and .Sara. .(Boor) Snyder. She held membership, in Centre Street. Methodist Church. ' Survivors include .two sisters, Miss Hospital, was buried, yesterday afternoon .in. Mt: Hebron Cemetery. Servlces : at the Jones Funeral Home were in charge of Rev. E. A. Plunkett.- - - . • A retired orchardlst and farmer in these persons, some provision should, the Round Hiirarea,.he was^a son - - ...• . ------ • LJu-T be made* for training. those".. speech which is lacking In -clarity,' audibility, or pleasantness .'. of quality.' Kanawha 1 county and' the City of'.IWheeling are pioneering ' in "West Virginia in this work, Defective speech Imposes . great jocial handicaps. Dr. Henning said. Such persons are unablelto achieve professional ambitions- in certain areas,, including law, medicine, dentistry, the ministry, and business. They are marked in any society, in' which they find themselves, he continued. and are subject .to ridicule, maudlin .sympathy, misunderstanding. and even mockery. 'Such; situations produce undesirable' person- -warplngs which may .even result in. criminality. - . • Dr. Henning said: the University's Department ~of Speech has as .its next major objective /the providing of training .lor teachers of . speech correction and the ' impllmenting of *. speech clinic .to -care for cases of defective ' speech. The West Virginia Crippled Children's Soclety.Js already ."behind, such, a move, and the state medical 'and dental , associations..'^. be asked eventually to cooperate in the achievement of the F>al.' ..... . At the present, time 'the. lack, of bousing facilities is the major ob-. stacle to . the Immediate establishment of. such, a service clinic 'on the University campus.. When that problem has been solved. Dr. Henning declared, the citizens, of the Bate can expect'.the inauguratlon.'of a speech correction program at the University. 'The extent of .the" program will ' be - determined • -by -the amount of money " which . can be made available-to finance.it. ' ' • ' Villanova's -freshman basketball •quad is regarded as one of the most promising on the- Main Line campus in several seasons. -. BE QUICK To Treil BRONCHITIS Cbionic bronchio's may" develop if your-cough.-chesrcold.-oracute bran-, chiui ii.notorcatcd ind.you cannot" •fford to .lake «-ch»nce with any medicine lea .potent than. Creomulsion•• 1 wliich goti right tb the ,se»t of the trouble Jo help loosen «nd expel germ lidcn phlegm «nd aid n»nire to jootht and heal CTW, tender, inflamed bron- dual mucous membrane*.' ' Creomuliion blendi . betchwobd trtojqtt by,ip«d»l-proceis with other" time tested medicinei for cooghi. It ; contxint no narcotics. No matte; how many medicinei you "* have tried, tell your druggijt to »«U you a bottle of Creomuljion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly-alia}-! the cough, permitting rest and sleep, or you are to havt J-our money back. (Adv.) -•-•'•• Obituary ••-•-• Miss'. Grace L.Synfler ..'. James' V.. Lowery,. C.S.C., . North-. Miss'.Grace L.'. Snyder,--.67,. died this morning-at'her.home, 615 Piedmont. -Avenue.' She .had. been ' in. failing health. ten years. eastern, Massl• Burial. was'.in -St. Ann'Si Cemetery,' Avilton, • Garrett county. '. . ••'• ..'"•' :. '• Pallbearers', were. John and-Ed-.' • A native of Bedford ..county, Pa; |ward Coleman,-Ronald Atkinson and' Joseph, 'James' and Stanley W.eimer, Shuhart Bites . . . BARTON—Rites .for John Shuhart, 79, who died Monday, were Blanche Snyder, at. home,'arid Mrs-.l^eld .yesterday afternoon 1 '.from the Harry'Jamison, .this city, and two home with Rev. Stanley A.'Jewell, brothers, Roy Snyder",. Cumberland, | pas t;or of Barton.. Presbyterian and, Grover Snyder at home. • • church, offlclating;\Intermerit'was A. J. Marston . j WINCHESTER,i-'Va.—A; .Jackson : Street, was .celebrated yesterday Injcemetery. Edward 'Smith, and his St. Michael's Catholic Church by:other brothers, from Frostburg left Rev. Regis Larkin,. 1 assistant pastor, to attend the funeral. Burial was in the church cemetery. Filler Services Pallbearers. . .were John Keller, Fred Spalla,'Samuel LaPorta, Philip Krause, Joseph Han-is and William in Laurel Hill Cemetery at Moscow. ' Samuel Funk •MOpREFIELD, W. Va.—Samuel Funk,'.88, husband . ; of the late Sarah (Hahn) Funk,..who died Janua'ry-2 at his home near Inkerznan after a prolonged illness, - was buried in Rock. Oak Cemetery. Rev. F. P. Look and Rev. M.'.L. Ri'ggleman had charge of the services. Pallbearers • were Edward McDonald, Junior Leigh, Arthur T- and John . Bean, Ray -Funk and Junior , , 1U1C>11 u and interment was in Rose Hill were Harrison Kyles, I' A "con of the la'-e PhlllD and Elza Cemetery.- ' Marston, 73,. of :.218'Sharp- Street, john.Kirb, Frederick.Rounds, How-. (HoUKnman) -Funk he spent most I Pallbearers were Robert'Reichert,- who died. Monday in - Winchester'^d Michaels, John Bradley, .Prank • ±toUBan; •' »po">< ."""n Services for Henry H. Fil'.er, 64, ol 103 Main Street,-. Bidgeley, who died Tuesday in Memorial Hospital, will-be conducted..'tomorrow at 10 a., m. from .'the George Funeral Home by Rev; J. 3. McDonald, pastor of Calvary Methodist. Church, Ridgeley.,Interment will take place in Davis, W...Va., Cemetery. . ' Morgan Rites Rites were .held yesterday afternoon: at the- George Funeral Home for Robert Morgan, 78,'. who died Monday night at Sylvan : Retreat. Rev. Louis H. Ewald, rector of Holy Crass Episcopal Church, • officiated tne j .Andrew.. Jackson and Sarah (Miller) Marston. . ' Besides Ills widow, the former Miss Bertha Keite'r. he is survived by lour children, Sgt: Jennings. Marston, Opequon;' Mrs: Virginia .Grey and Mrs.. Viola. Gouday, Winchester,. and Mrs. .William^ G.-.-Spikes,. Akron; a sister, Mrs. Etta.-Keiter,' Cumberland,' Md.; 23 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. ....-.' , Wcimcr Funeral " • 'FROSTBURG— A 'requiem ".mass was celebrated 1 yesterday 1 in.. St. Michael's .Catholic Church for Mrs. Mary Margaret Weimer, 44,. wife' of Vincent .W.eimer, 17 '.Mt.- "Pleasant Street, who died Sunday in 'Miners' Hospital. Officiating were Rev.-Regls T. Larkin, assistant- .pastor; ' Rev. Patrick J. Bradley, pastor, .and Rev. New Leads Lacking In Attack, Robbery Attempt' Police reported' no • developments today In'.a. search for two unidentified, .would-be. bandits , who .figured in the assault-attempted robbery of George Yeager,.. 72,. of 74 \Greene Street, ..Tuesday '.night on,- Kelty Boulevard. .' ......'. ., Yeager is improving'at Memorial Hospital .where 'he was. admitted after : the, attack with » dislocated right shoulder. • •. • . '..-'. Williams, Howard Russell-and'Pat- rick Gallagher. . . Richard -.W.: ton's Richard - W. Long, 76, retired foreman of the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company,, died, late yesterday afternoon.'.at : ..'his 'residence, 516 North. Mechanic. Street.' •'.•.. ' Bom in Cresaptown, -Mr. Long worke<l.. at the Kelly, plant'27 years and 'held the' position. of foreman 23 years before-SV retired.about a year ago. His parents were the -late Reuben A. and Lavinla • (Stotler) Long. . ' • .. He was a member of'the Methodist Church;. Jr.' O.U.A.M.; Patriotic Order, .Sons of. America, and the Modern Woodmen. '. '' .. ' Surviving are. his .widow, the for- mer'Miss Sarah Ellzaleth Darr;.two daughters, Mrs.; Alvin H.>Malone,.at home,, and Mrs. .Jonathan Rodgers, Mt,'-Pleasant, Pa,; a'son, Guy W. Long, this. city;, two sisters, Mrs. Horace Long, Cole Valley, Pa., and Mrs. Mary,. McKay, Glassport, Pa., and 3ve grandchildren.'. . . The body is at the home., . . Spalla Funeral .' FROSTBURG — A.requiem mass for Mrs. Caimella Spalla; 87, who died Sunday at. the. home-'of her son, Samuel Spalla, West.Mechanic Our Client* have paid us. . GEORGE S.A\AY COMPANY D«*vnn*. C^i OFFICE} IN'PKINCIPAl CITItl Prescriptions . W» Dtlivbr Free Up ^o 3 Mile* By Auto and Bicycle We Mail Your Prescription or Send by Bus .Within 50 Mile Radius Just Call 3646 or 943 Walsh-McCagh Pharmacy MARYLAND'S Lf/D/NG FRfSCRIPTlOH STORE 101 N. Centre St. Free Delivery ,;.:™y "NOTICE' %-*•• . Attention G.I.'i and Builders of Modern .Homes See.Your Local 296 For Better Plastering Needs. , PHONE 293:W-5 ' CUMBERLAND CHARLES : FROST, Sec. .uscious Bran Muffins ... .-with Raisins! Tasty Kellogg's All-Bran and luscious .raisins ... a mouth-watering flavor combination 1 2 tablespoons shortening i cup sugar 'or.molasses legs 1 cup silted . • flour 214 teaspoon* baking powder cup milk % cup raisins Blend shortening and sugar thoroughly; add egg and beat well. Stir in Kellogg's All-Bran .and milk. Let 'soaic until most of moisture is taken up. Su"t flour with baking: . powder 'and salt; stir in raisins. Add to 'first- mixture and stir only until flour disappears. Fill groused muffin pans two- thirds full. Bake in a moderately hot .oven (400'P.) 25 to 30 minutes. Make 9 marvelous muffins, Jtmirici's moit timoui nitunl laxitive cireal— trrabowmiltodiyl Clearance Children's "Littlt Lacpnia" SHOES Regularly $4.95 to $5.50 $097 ~ . Oxfords- Lpofen . 'and Hi-Shoet Sizes Vh. to 3 n«BOOTERY 7. SOUTH LIBERTY of his life in Hardy county ar.d was,Charles E. Barham, WilUam. Mera member ol. the United Brethren rltt. Alphonse Bender and Clarence Church. His wife died' 13 years ago. and Fred Potts, members of Tonka- Survivors include seven children, way Tribe No. 120, Improved Order Mrs.-Rosa Conrad, Winchester, Va.; of Red Men. Mrs. Ella Bean, '.Rock . Oak; Mrs. Flora Moreland, North/River Mills; . -- • . Mrs.' Este'lla Saville, Cumberland, of Mrs. Margaret-CBrady) Drenning, Md.,.'and Bessie and James L. punk,|202^Virginia Avenue,_died_yesterday. Fabius; 35 grandchildren and "' Charles E. Drcnning Charles' E, Drermlng, 77, husband great-grandchildren. Joseph Smith MIDLAND—Joseph .Smith, 65, a 40iat his home 'after an illness' of : 15. years. He was a retired B. arid O. boilermaker's helper. Mr. Drenning was''born march 18, native of .Vale. Summit, died Tuesday in .Lintonl Ind., where he resided 35. years! He-had beer- in fail- Ing'jie'alth.. the .past year. ' . •' 4 ' As'a 3'0ung.man Mr. Smith; was well "known as "Grab" In area baseball 'circles: His parents were the late Mr. and ..Mrs. Louis .Smith, .Vale Summit. : He was' a- former member of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Frostburg. . Suviving are his widow and two married . daughters in Lin ton, and six brothers,. Edwardi Smith, Midland;" Leo, Louis and Frank Smith, Frostburg; • Willlara ' Smith, Sullivan, Ind., and John Smith,.B.icknell, Ind.. , .'•; - •.',•• , A 1 requiem, high mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 9 a. m. in St. 'Rose- Catholic Church, Linton, and burial will be in the parish 1871, near Paw Paw, W. Va., a son of. the late Clark and-Evelyn (Jackson) Drcnnlng. He belonged to St Mary's Catholic Church. •In addition to' his widow, he is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Naomi --Wagner, Mrs. Sue Gable, Mrs. Mary Castle, Miss .Margaret Drenning and Miss Aurelia V. Drenning, all of this' city, and Sister M. Elaine, Louisville, Ky.; a brother, B. Frank Drenning, this ciV; three grandchildren and. lour great-grandchildren. The. body'will remain at the-Scarpelli Funeral Home. Hartman Eeburial Reburial 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 NO CHANGE IN STORE HOURS Weekdays 9:30 to 5;00 Saturdoyi 9:30 -to 6:00 osenbaum's A Tri-State Institution Since 1848 A Gold Nugget Value in our FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! Save Almost Y 2 l RAYON MARQUISETTE REGULARLY $4.59 \ v ,214 yards long, 84" wide'to the pair, pair Reg.'4.98. ,' 2J£'yds. long. 2.84 pr. and they're WASHABLE! We can't'REMEMBER a sale of such.quality rayon curtains at such a'dollar-stretching low price . . . It's been'many a year! Now—for two days only—you can get these lustrous tailored beauties at these super savings. Fully fashioned in « • the 2 most wanted sizes. "Endur- able" finish washes quickly, easily. Brand new! Sheer! Made to last! Truly the finest, RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANER Foam A new scientific development is truly, amazing in results. Re- .stores colors and lustre. Odorless, non-irritating .to the hands. 79* 1/2 Gal 1.29 qt. Gallon . ..... 1.95 EXCLUSIVELY AT- ROSENBAUM'S — FOURTH FLOOR' tomorrow at 2 p: m.-.at'the Kight|in'Fort Pierce, 'Fla. Rev. David C. Funeral Home-by Rev.'George A. iwatson, rector, will officiate and 1 Baugnman; Methodist minister .'Fort internlen t wiU take place In Hill- Cumberland'Post No. 13; American cres t Burial Park. : Legion, will'accord full military j xhe-body, is at the home of "her honors at the grave in Rose Hill S0 n t .Hubert B.-Bloom, 903', Harding Cemetery. .'"•''. 3Ioom Services . Funeral, services, will .be, held. Saturday at 2 pi m.- in Emmanuel Episcopal Church for' Mrs.- Estell'e M. Bloom, wife of CeciKC.. Bloom, Allegany Grove, who. died. Tuesday Avenue, ' -where Dames ;.of "Tlsltl," Lodge-No. Ill ..will conduct-^icryic*.; tomorrow at ' T p. m. Pride, of A1-- legany Council No. 110; Daughter* of America, will hold'rites-Saarrday .. ' " , at- ll:30'a. m--"at--the residence, TONIGHT! Screen Guild Theater 'SO EVIL MY LOVE" 'RAYMILLAND DEBORAH KERR WTBO — 10 P. M: CAMEL CIGARETTES Sea Trout (pan iixc):'.. : . H Spanish Mackerel ..... lb:-;49 OYSTERS — CRAB. MEAT—SHRIMP FROG LEGS — FILLETS — LOBSTER r r ^ a A **f\f'C LAtST STAGEY 5 MKJ. Home of the Fly in* pith" 51 N. Centre St. - A fri-Sta'tc Inttitution 5inc« 184%, Mary ffTT J J "./•>'.. J*> hundred (jrana Sure: bet for-oiiy doywear need. Goes" everywhere, fit's 1 «very- .one. "Stitched, fly-front, conver-;.~" tible collar, seif-belt.ond: gay,.~ perky, all-Qround peplum over; C. huge,, inset pockets. Green, ,tT. brown,: navy.-Sizes 9 to' 151 *" 12.98' SECOND FLOOR, FASHIONS to otir Many of our good friends on. the farm want , to buy new" buildings, new automobiles and.'farnv, machinery. ' . • ..•'..'. Here'in Cumberland many people are planning', .new homes which -shortages and 'high.costs 'have• 'prevented, them from.getting so far. • . While you.are waiting for something new . . .. be sure to keep what' you have-. in' good condition. The Second National Bank; extends credit for .repairs and mainten- ance'as. well as for financing homes, appliances, autos and farm machinery. We will : be glad to consider your needs. INSTALLMENT LOAN DE0T. PHONE 11 00 MliMBEE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEnEttAL DEPOSIT EfSDRANCE.COfcr.
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