Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 17, 1955 · Page 16
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, October 17, 1955
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD, , MONDAY, OCTOBER, 17; 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD fakejr Exiled Peron GoesToRancl ASUNCION, Paraguay UP-Jua D. Peron drove away lo intcnimcn i'op a ranch In southern Paragua today— (he loth anniversary of tr ' great demonstration which thru; him to supreme power in Argei . Una. At 5 a.m., his car left the lion of wealthy friends in the Par guayan capital, where he has bee slaying since his exile from Argei Una a month ago. He was headt :for the estate near Villarric • where the Paraguayan governmen .has promised to intern him. Argei Una had asked lhat Peron be in tcrned far enough from the bordc so he could not cause trouble. Worker At Track -'Held In Slaying I ' WHEELING, W. Va. (R- Alfons JWhitc Jr., 34, of Keswick, Va., "groom at Wheeling Downs roc "track, was arrested early toda x in connection with the fatal shoo *ing of Joseph Arthur Jackson, 52 ",ol. Martins Ferry, Ohio. •• Police Sgt. J. Howard Millar ^said White admitted shooting Jacl •son, a Negro porter at a men' 'shop. Ex-Con Confesses Slaying Woman (JV-"I hated her guts. ««»That, said police, was about a JJalph H. Reno, 25-year-old ex-con .vi'ct, would say after admitting h strangled his young stepmother Mrs. Stella Reno, in Los Angeles '"Reno Police Chief ted Berrurr and Los Angeles Police Sgts. Ed ward Kruger and C. C. Fcrd sai yesterday Reno give reason for hating the 36-year-ol reddish-blonde woman but asserte ^trouble at home has been goin on since 1 was 17." Board Mccl Postponed . The executive board of the Cr saptown Parent-Teacher Associa tion lias postponed the meetin scheduled this evening to Novem her 12. PTA Executives Meet An executive board meeting the East Side School PTA will b held today at 7:30 p. m. at th school. PTA To Meet Virginia Avenue School PW meets today at 7:30 p. m. at th school. ... THE AIM OF OUR PHARMACY Our job is to help you maintain good health. We ore always' reacty to serve you. Corne in today! Reasonable Pricei Walsh, McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Centre St. FREE DELIVERY PHONES PA-4-3646 PA-4-3647 * Maryland's Leading Prescription Store Obituary (Continued Irom Pose 9) Twigg, "arpcrs Ferry, W. Va.j a sister, .Mrs. Emma Gurtler, this city » two grandchildren, three yesterday a( the AUcgnny Counly great-grandchildren and numerous ' " "'- '-' u -"""' nieces and nephews. The body will remain at (he Hater Funeral Home pending ar- rangemcnts. John N. Whitney John Nelson Whitney, 56, RD 2, Williams Road, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient three days. He had been in ill health foi some lime. A native of Allensville, W. Va., he was a son of tiie late John S. and Phoeba (Murphy) Whitney. His wife, Mrs. Cinderella (Baughman) Whitney, preceded him in death. He was a veteran of World War I! and self-employed as a carpenter. Surviving are three sisters, Imogene H. Hammond. Mrs. Frances L McGee, and Miss Genevieve E. Whitney, all of Cumberland, and a brother. Charles R. Whitney, this city. The body is at Sca'-pelli Funeral Home where funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday, In- :erment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Military rites will be held at the grave by Fort Cumberland Post 13. American Legion. Rev. Cornelius Davis, pastor of Second Baptist Church, will officiate. John A. Martin Services for John Alston Martin, 62, of Kdgewood, who died October 9 at the Harford Memorial Hospital, Havre de Grace, were conducted last Wednesday at the McComas Funeral Home. Abingdon. A native of.Rio, W. Va., he was a son of the late Mr.'and Mrs. C. Edward Martin. He was employed in the lumber business in "West Virginia and Winchester, Va.,- prior to 1942 when he moved to Edgewood to accept employment at' the Army Chemical Center as a lumber- inspector. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Leota. (Heishman) Martin; three daughters, Mrs. Genevieve Coffman, Cumberland: Mrs. Juanita Keister, Mrs. Zenith Chalone, both igewood; a son, Boyd Martin, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Willa Bean and Mrs. Bettie'-Keller, both of Winchester. Mrs. Leo Lostits GREAT CACAPON—Mrs. Dixie Infirmary. She had been a patient there tor the past year. A native of (his city, she was a daughter of the late John and Jane. Rebecca. (Byroad) Pilzcr. She -was a member of Central Assembly of God Church. Surviving are three. daughters, Mrs. Pauline Kinney, Akron: Sirs. Josephine Twigg, Harrisburg, Pa., and - Mrs.: Dorothy Wilson. Cor- riganvillc; two sons, Joseph, and Randolph Brant, both of this city; a brother, Clarence Pitzcr, Reno, grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. • The body is at the Kight Unme. Services will be conducted -Wed- icsday at 2 p. m. at the Kight •Mineral Home by Rev. Frank J. Fratto, pastor of Central Assembly of God Church. Interment will be n Zion Memorial-Burial Park. Miss Mary Slcniple KEYSER — Miss Mary Irene died Stemple, 119 Center Street, vesterday at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, where., she had been a patient since October 8. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sample. .She was a graduate of Potomac State School and was employed in (he Keyser office of the State Road Commission. Surviving are a sister. Miss Florence I.ostus, 57, • wife. of Leo Lostus, died Saturday in War Memorial Hospital at Berkeley Springs. • • A native of Morgan county, she was a daughter of the late Hanncy and Florence (Rockwell) Smith. She was a member of the Evangelical and • United Brethren Church at Great Cacapon where the body will lie in/state until tomorrow at 1 p. in. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. John Manuel, Bel Air, Md., and Mrs. Barbara Petry, Berkeley Springs; a sister, Mrs. Raymond Whisner, Great Cacapon. and two brothers. McKinley Smith and Willard Smith, both of Berkc- ey Springs. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. B. '..Spitzer, pastor. Interment will be in Ml. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Beryl VanMetcr PETERSBURG—Mrs. Beryl VanMeter, 83, widow of William A. VanMeler, died October 15 at her lome in Maysville following on extended illness. A native of Grant county, she ,'os a daughter 'Of 103-year-old Gabriel Rohrbaugh, Maysville, and the late Mrs. Frances (Turner) Rohrbaugh. Surviving, besides her father, are two daughters, Mrs. Alice Keplinger, Maysville, and Mrs. Ira Keplingcr,.. Keyser; six sons, George Van Meter, Cumberland; Charles Van Meter, Akron; Hiram and Thomas Van Meter, both of 31k Garden, and Claude and Jess Van'Meter,' Maysville; two brolh- Ollie Rohrbaugh, Monterey, • -and Edward Rohrbaugh, Maysville, and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Bun, New Creek, and Mrs. Jane Dolly, .Maysville. The body is at the Schacffer Funeral Home here. Borrow from ^HFC to consolidate bills, for repairs, shopping expenses—any worthwhile reason. No endorsers. Easy-to-meet requirements. Fast, friendly service. Select your own repayment—on seniible terms that fit your paycheck. For quick, one-day service—borrow with confidence from HFC! '20 to *1000 tiff iiH»r«Kt M id HFC Itom with.* •xtri ust ti yd; CM » (IN 20* 3M 5M IOM MONTHLY PATMINT PlANf. U t«**H 52162 48.44 20 fnmh $ 6.72 13.44 20.16 28.88 56.81 » >«-« $10.05 20.09 30.14 46.09 90.58 if tHTmlt (18.46 36.92 55.38 89.34 175.43 I'iiymtrtli (font iWJud< (Oitt of tkt loan if Tibaiil on Mludul*. Ckarttt on l,tnnt arntrt *J30Q «r« *t*it unfa /A* /WMffrio/ Finont* La*. Need Money? Bills to pay? Give HFC a call today! OUSEHOLD FINANCE 1? South Centra SI., $.E. Cor. Baltimore 2nd Floor—Dial PA 2-5200—Cumberland Ltms Maill la Rnidnih nj Ntator Townt Mrs. VllcUa Mrs. Viletla (Pitzcr) Brant, 80, widow of Nonnun W..Brant, died Father Dressmaii Marks Jubilee Rev. David Dressman, OFM, Cap., celebrated his silver jubilee n'the priesthood yesterday with a solemn high mass at SS. Peter and 'aul Catholic Church. Following Hie mass, a dinner ms held in the parish hall for members of his immediate family and 'ricnds, and last night, a. reception was held in his honor. .• A large crowd attended the tatter event in .he parish hall.' Born in LaVale, Father David las been guardian of St. Joseph's Monastery and pastor of the parish at Dover, Ohio, for the past six •ears. He has spent about six She was a daughter of the' late y car s in his home parish. Elizabeth Stemple, Keysor, and a jrother, Honorious Stemple, Martinsburg. '* . A - requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 a. ny tomorrow at the Catholic Church of the Assumption with Rev. Kenneth N. Rizer, pas> .or, officiating. Interment will be in the Oakland Catholic Cemetery. The body is at the residence. Charles Zirk SPRINGFIELD, W. Va.-Charles Zirk. 79, died here Saturday at the home of-his daughter, Mrs. Roy Wolford. A native of Hardy county, he was a son of the late Abraham and Sarah (Stump) Zirk. . He is ;'survived by .his widow, Mrs. Mae. Zirk: two other daughters, Miss Mildred Zirk, Romncy, and Mrs. Charles Heavener, Maysville; a son, Robert L. Zirk, Berkeley Springs; two sisters, ' Mrs. Rosie Crites and Mrs. Ida Dyer; three brothers, Frank, Benjamin and Casper Zirk, and six grandchildren. Services ( were conducted today at the Springfield Methodist Ihtircb hy Rev. William Keller, [nterment was in Hill Cemetery icre. Mrs. Emily Moore PARSONS — Services for Mrs. Emily M. Moore, 89, Montrose, who died Tuesday at her home, were conducted last Thursday at lie Runner Funeral Chapel in Elkins by Rev. A. Brook Withers, lastor of Kerens Baptist Church, nterment was in Montrose Cemetery. ' ' A native of Tucker county, she ivas a daughter of the late Sala- hiel and Elizabeth Jane (Hewitt) Phillips. .. . She is survived by a son, F. S. Moore. Montrose; a daughter, Mrs. E. .J. Weesc, Monlrose, and i brother, Robert Phillips, Par- ions. Leonard S. Dove Leonard S. Dove, 48, Arlington, Va., former local resident, died of a heart attack Saturday night in a Washington hospital. Mr. Dove had been an elder for two years at Primitive Baptist Church here. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Eulalee Dove, Arlington. George J. Kecfian HARTMANSVILLE, W. Va. - corge Joseph Keegan, 39, died vesterday at the Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, where he had been a jaticnt since September 26. A native of Meyersdaie, Pa., be was a son of the late Owen Francis and , Bertha Virginia (Roderick) Keegan. He was employed by the West Virginia State Roads Commission for 22 years and served n'the Army during World War I. •fe was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Citzmiller. Surviving are his widow, Mrs.; ladys (Hawk) Keegan; four daughters, Mrs. Marcelia Aron- lalt, Baltimore; Mildred, Betty Lou . and Joann . Keegan, all at home here; two brothers,' John Keegnn, Garrett, Ind., ond Owen Why is o bride olwoys "led to the oltor" when everyone knows she'srarin'togo? •"»• Allcgiiny High Class ['limning For Rciiniuii The 1936 graduating class of A\- egany High School is planning to nolu'a reunion next year, with'Dr. ilarry Butler in ch^rgi of arrangements. ' •-. .. - ; -Members of the ziass who wish .0 assist with plans are to contact Dr., Butler at telephone Parkview 4-1890. . ' ••••••• Answer False Alarm East Side firemen were called to the 900-block of Frederick Street at noon today after receiving report of a fire. After arriving firemen found the call to be a false alarm. Church Ba/iuir To Open The annual church school bazaar of Centre Street Methodist Church opens tomorrow and will continue Wednesday and Thursday. Luncheon will be served each day from 11 a. m. to. 1:30 p. m.. according to Paul Fisher, general chairman. F. Keegan Jr., Frederick; six sisters,. Mrs. Marguerite Arnold and Mrs. Marcelia Walker, both of Hartmansville; Miss Louise Keegan, Meyersdaie; Mrs. Katli- ryn Gill, Cumberland; Miss Dorothy Keegan, Frederick, and Mrs. Florence Jones, Wilmington, Del., and a granddaughter. The body will be at the residence. • Rotary To Mccl The Holai-y Club will, meet to morrow at 12:15 p. in. at Centra YMCA., A . playlet.. "Buyer-Scllci Relations," under the direction o F, -Ted'Belt, vocational chairman will feature. ASSIKNtCi;'S SALE • OF VAI.UAIILE PBOI'EIITY. SITUATED ON FOREST. AVBNUB JUST OF VALLEY ROAD. AND BEING KNOWN AS LOTS NOS. 1IH, IDS, 106 and 107 IN ELECTION DISTRICT NO. 5, ALLE CANY COUNTY, MARYLAND. Under and by vlrluo. ot Ilic pou-cr o sale contained in a certain MortKHK clr.lcd October 15. 1318. and •ccoricd I Llbcr No. 216. (olio 711. one oi the Mori gp.s? Records of Allesany County, Ulan now in de condition Claims Business Hurt By Street Repair Delay James. Bonner of the' Maryland Avenue Service Station, .asked the ftfayor and ' Council what it had done concerning his complaint that a .torn in> driveway, .had-cost him 11 days, of business.' : . When the street was -torn up for replacing of gas lines the city took 11 days .to. put tlie driveway in shape, he said. ,The gas company, Bonner added, 1 told him the city ,ia'd the responsibility'of replacing the driveway. • . Mayor Roy W..Evcs told Bc-hner :o submit-his complaint in writing. Circle Plans Meeting The Spangler-Haentfling Circle of First Presbyterian Church will meet lOmOtTOW. at 8 p.'m. in. the South 46 degrees OS minutes West 213. Templar Room of the church. Club To Meet Past .Councilors Club 2, Pride of n'iV Allegany Council, Daughters of gf'gV. S 6 S™ America, will meet Wednesday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Agnes Cox. 518. Maryland Avenue. Mrs. Charlotte Shaffer will be hostess. Auxiliary To Meet The Ursuline Academy-Auxiliary will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. SS. Peter and Paul Hall.. Lakes Below Crest Lake Gordon is one foot below the crest of the spillway and Lake Koon three .feet, 10 inches below a report, by C. L. Brotemarkle, assistant superintendent -of Evitts Creek Water Company, showed today. The the Mayor and Council listed water consumption at 81.290,000 gallons last week com pared to 103,170,OOC the same per iod a year ago. Equity Suit Filed Richard Hadabaugh has filed an equity suit against Arbella Rada baugh in Allegany County Circuit Court. FOR LOAN IN 1 TRIP plus... LIFE INSURANCE.NO EXTRA COST ON LOANS $300 or LESS > Phone for loan In one visit. Loan custom-tailored to needs and income, Life insurance, no extra cost on loans $300 or less. Phone, write, or come in. loan! up to $1000 FINANCE CO. iHTRAHCE SO. CENTRE ST. (Taki tlivator to 2nd fl.j CUMBERUHC 2nd Fl., Rooms 202-204 • LIPERTY TRUST COMPANY BLDG. . Phone: PA 2-0721 • Ask for the YES MANagcr OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT — PHONE FOR EVENING HOURS . loom mcdt to midinli of all junoundiofl launt Display Closiificd land, which Mortgage is fault In the covenants and thereof, the undersigned, as Asslencc o 1 Mortgage for the purpose of Jore. sure, will sell, at public auction, alonr ..,„ side of tlie Second National Ban Building at the intersection ot Balti moro ami South Liberty Streets, in th City of Cumberland, Maryland, on SATURDAY, OCTOBFK 2.'. 10W. . • at 10::MV o'clock A. M. . IP following described property: • All those lots or parcels ot Eround 1 Election District No. 5, Allegany Coun'.y Maryland, said lot or lots being know- as tots Nos. 101. 105. 106 and 107. an descrihcd as follows: . . BEGINNING at a point of interscctio of division line of Lota Nos. 103 and 10 vith the East side of Forest Avcnu jnd with Forest Avenue, South 43 dc grces 55 minutes East 376.75 feet I North side of Balch Drive., then Nort 19 degrees 30 minutes East 185 feel North 37 degrees 50 minutes' East 5 feet to Southwest side of Court Drive then North « degrees S5 minutes Wcs 28G.4 feet to division line between . l.t' 103 and 104, then with dlvlslo is mini:. feel to the beginning, containing acres, more or less. It being the same property which wa conveyed unto the said Mortgagors b Kerrait VanPcIl and Grace E. VahPclt •ife. by deed dated the 15th day recorded in Libe This property is improved by a : and frame dwelling and tavern known a Glenora In and first floor consist , of' the bar room and five other -rooms and there are a total of ten roomi the second and third doors. It is equip pcd with electricity, wntcr from drillc well, hot air furnace with a total of foil leads, composition roof, and contains o bath, and a -lavatory off the -har, and Is situated about 200 fert from th Valley Road. There is a lane or a roa j; both the Southerly side, and th Easterly side of the premises. Thl ropcrty is situated just beyond the Cit This sale is being made under a Bei ond Mortgage and subject to the lei of a First Mortgage held by The Ubeit Tnif.t Company . of Cumberland, Mais land. Ralance • nf the principal of th Morluage held by The Liberty Trus Company, being One Thousand Hundred Sixty.-Nine and 43/100 (51,469.13 Dollars, together with the interest there on at the rate of Six Per Centum per annum from June 1. 1955. TEHMS .OF SALE: One-Third rash o day of sale and balance on delivery of Rood and sufficient deed to the purchasi or purchasers thereof. All State and County taxes will i adjusted to (he date of sak-. GEORGE H. 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