Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 11
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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Member Ajsoc/artd Press City Leaders Expected To , Act On Bridge 1 Ml. Airy Company Low Bidder On Market Street Structure Street Commissioner William II. Buchholtz said today he would introduce an order before the Mayor and Council next Monday requesting that the "Alternate B" plan for the new Market Street bridge be accepted. Buchholtz added that at a con fercnce yesterday it was .decided the "B" plan if accepted would have the lesser effect of two proposals on operations of l-iree local businesses, the Onecn City Brewing Company. Wolf Furniture Company and Sloan Glass Company. Under Alternate B, the bridge would be closed to traffic from November 24 tliis year until July 3i. 19.16 if weather conditions ar*e normal and winter not too severe. With good weather, Buchholiz said, the contractor might be, able to open the bridge a month earlier. II. D. Case. Inc., of lit. Airy is low bidder on the bridge nroject. It was indicated the contract would (', ULiOIHilt 25, 11>55 Th« NeuipaiHir For Tim Home Second Section NEW BRIDGE OPENS—A car driven by John.J. McGra'w and with. Street Commissioner.William H. Buchhbllz and Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Keegan takes the honor of.being first as the new Cumberland-Ridgeley bridge was officially opened to traffic at noon today. The old bridge on Johnson Street was closed at the same time. The'bridge was opened despite the fact the Hidgele'y : approach has not been completed. When the blacktop wearing course is laid after curbing has.been installed,-one way traffic will be likely on the West Virginia side. A sidewalk- has been added to Maryland approach. First Baptist ^Baltimore Symphony Leader iLomiie Marsh be awarded Monday. A represent- - iAi . J L . ' '• ' ' i •"' 1 * 1 T? SS/JS , f rM^ d an7co^Cliurch Gets Appeared At Vienna Festival selected * or cH and interested parties ycstor-my . -JIM-. . • . . _ .'. .... ,,, „„. iT Ofr'irtn Hniim* day. Case bid $179.963 on Alternate B and SIB9.9I3 on Alternate A which would have closed the bridge March 5. 1956 to October 31. 1956. depending on weather conditions. Buchholtz said has given every the contractor assurance that once work is started he will 'carry through on a steady and progressive schedule. The starling dale, he added, is dependent upon when steel is delivered. Buchholtz said this morning that the bridge closure is going to create "somewhat of a traffic problem but 1 hope people will be cooperative and patient until it is reopened." Yesterday, D. P.-Jordan, vice- president of the Case concern, told (he Mayor and Council he saw no reason why the bridge could not be completed on time. City Streets Damaged By Leaf Burning The Street Department issued an .appeal to residents to stop burning leaves on blackloppcd 'street surfaces. Commissioner William H. Buch- holiz asked the public to cooperate and said the department is collecting dead leaves as quickly as possible. Buchholtz and City Engineer Charles 11. Nuzum said that where leaves are burned on (he.blacktop, heat and fire take "life" out of the pavement, disintegrate the New Minister Jesse H. Judy, chairman of the deacons at First Baptist Church, said Rev. Archie C.-.Prevatle of Lake View. S. C., has accepted'a call to the local church and will preach his first sermon Sunday, November 6. . Rev. Mr. Prevatte, his wife and their two pre-school age children are scheduled to arrive in Cumberland next Monday, .October 31, to fill a position (hat has been vacant nine months. The last previous full-time pas- :ur at First Baptist Church was [tev. Paul E. Brunner, who came .0 Cumberland July 1, 1954, from Madison. N. C.. and returned to the North Carolina town January 31. During the past summer. Rev. George Feazcll, who is a student at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. Ky.. served as supply pastor at the local church. Rev. Mr. Prevalte, who is 32 years old, visited here last summer and after preaching one Sunday morning sermon the congregation voted to invite him to be their pastor, according to Judy. He has been at the church in Lake View the past-eight years. asphalt and result in holes in the pavement. The public is requested to slop burning leaves . outside the curb line and if burning is necessary, to ignite them on a dirt surface, Buchholtz said. Winners Named In Talent Event A local quartel was declare!) third-place winners of the South 1 ern States Cooperative's farm talent contest held last week at Kingwood High School. The quartel is composed of Darrell Henry, George - Kalbaugh, David Dawson and Jerry Robin- etle. . Robert Young. Albright ,W, Va., a pianist, was declared winner of the contest. Second-place honors went to Robert Frye of Petersburg, W. Va. The Dixie-Kats of Cumberland last year won the national contest. The'orchestra was composed of Allegany High School students. Board Suspends "Keisler License Massimo Freccia, music director of the Baltimore j Symphony Orchestra, which will be heard-at Fort Hill High School on November 11, was one of the three American conductors chosen to appear at the Vienna West Virginia Driver Jailed After Mishap A Paw Paw Air Force man was odged in the Allegany county jail il noon today in defaull of fines olaling $250 on three motor •chicle violations. Trial Magistrate J. Milton Dick his morning fined Clarence E. Redman after he was found guilty if reckless driving, leaving the ,cene of an accident and ot driv- ng while under Ihe influence of iquor or drugs. Magislrale Dick also gave Redman a six-month suspended sentence 1 in the Maryand House of Correction. .' Redman was arrested at 10:30 ). m. yesterday after he had itruck another aulo, driven by ^rank -Davis. Maryland Avenue. Trooper Lindberg Cook of the Maryland Slale Police arrested \edman approximately Ihree WVU Bus Trip Deadline Near West Virginia University football fans interested in traveling to Washington for the West Virginia- George Washington game Friday, November 4, in a chartered bus must make their reservations not later than 7:30 tomorrow evening. Final plans for Ihe Irip will be made at thai time al a meeting al Ihe American Legion Home, Romney. The lolal cost of the trip, including a ticket in the special Wesl Virginia section, will be less than $10 per person. Potomac Chapter of the W.V.U. Alumni Association is sponsoring the trip. The bus will leave Ihe New Cen- lury Hotel, Romnej-. at 3 p. m. and is to go direct to the Congressional Hotel for an Alumni Association cocktail party and buffet dinner at 5:30. Thomas SJokan, > member of the Hampshire RevJew staff al Romney, is general chairman of Ihe trip commillee. Romney area fans should contacl him regarding in- formalion and reservations. Mrs. Donald J. Baker, of Moorefield, Hardy-Grant. county, vice president of the chapter, has charge of reservations in the two counties. Dr. Thomas L.- Ansel. 31 North Main Street, Keyser. is serving as Mineral county chairman, and can be contacted by calling Keyser 2-2102. Gene Gunning, chapter pros! denl, and.John L. (Jack) Towlcr, ,. . AIlcgany-G&rrott county viccpresi- The license of John Keister, op-, dcn(] can bc con ( aclc( j t, y Cumber- -ralor of Holiday Inn at Grants-, and area fa: - - '- miies from Ihe scene of Ihe mis-famous symphony conductor to 'direct the 05 players of (he Balh- more Symphony Orchestra here on November 11' has aroused wide- ipread interest throughout the Iri- tap. Davis testified this morning ic was traveling toward Cumher- and on Oldtown Road, near Old- own, when he was struck by an- athcr auto headed south. He said hat after stopping his car he saw he olher vehicle continuing in the direction of Paw Paw. After arriving at the scene of he accident. Trooper Cook was nformed that the Redman car vas parked three miles down the ilghway. Cook went to the Redman car and found the Paw Paw man and a passenger apparently asleep in the vehicle. The righl front tire on Redman's car had been^blown, and the wheel >adly damaged. Trooper Cook said. Cook said thai as he opened Ihe -ar door, Redman fell lo Ihe high- vay. He added that during ques- ioning al the scene, Redman said le'did not know he had struck a ar. Redman was lodged in, City jail ivernight. He leslified al Ihe hear- ms for informalion, the former al The Evening Times (PArkview 2-4600) and the latter al Allegheny Inn, (PArkview 27810). eratoi - - . ville has been suspended for 90 days effective November 5 for a violation of the Garretl Counly beer laws. Action was taken yesterday at a hearing before the Garrell County Board of Commissioners. According to R. T. Brohawn, board secretary, Ihe hearing brought out that Kcister was away from his niace ot business at the lime of BONNER - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, the violation Hyndman, a daughter this inorn- Kcistcr pleaded guilly lo the vio- ing at: Miners Hospital, Frost- lalion September 29 in Garretl County Circuit Court and was fined $200 and.costs. .Conviction makes an individual liable "for suspension of his beer license but Ihe law. requires a hearing before the county commissioners before judgment is passed. JJoys Federation Meeting Tfouight The Allegany County 4-H'Boys Club Federation will meet today at 7'30 p m; at the Court House to discuss plans for their annual par- IV,'- .-••.'-'. : Nicholas Pone, assistant county , . . form aKent In charge of'boys club RADER —'Mr', and Mrs. Noah ItMIM ™O , (_._( _,.J i_ «l»... .- L* _<».... i K'llfHtnltt.H« .lltlv MAIMtlnfl work, said It Is planned (o show » film ot o'no of Maryland's football victories at the party, Thc| speaker, lime and place of the event ivlll be sciccltd toiiMit. Kirths ig burg. GOODMAN —Mr. and Mrs. Philip, New York, a son on October 20 at New York City Hospital. The mother js the former Miss Betty Windle of Luke. I.AYTON . — Air. and. Mrs. Law- : ren'ce. I?D 2, Frostburg, a daughter, this" morning at. Miners Hospital. .' •.'•-•'-.• LIPSCOMB-Mr. and Mrs. Wayne, 506 Pine Avenue, a daughter this morning at. Memorial Hospital. McINTOSH — Mr. and Mrs. Leroy, 713 Edgedalc Avenue, a son this morning at Memorial. MICHAELS,— Mr.'and Mrs. Fran els, RD «, Bowling Green, a son on Sunday »t'Memorial. Keyser,' a daughter this mornlnf at Memorial. HITAcRfe — Mr, anil 1 Mrs. Dale Rldgeley,-! ion thli morning al Memorial. ' ' Music Festival this past summer. . Selected to join Leopold Sto- kowsfci and Eugene Ormandy with the Vienna. Philharmonic Orchestra, Dr. Freccia selected for his programs two important European premieres, that of Samuel Barber's "Kirkegaard's Prayer" and Ihe Concerto. for Jazz Orcheslra and Symphony by. Rolf Liebermann. Both concerts were sold oul and Maeslro Freccia was accorded a fifleen-minule ovation at the conclusion of the final program. During this visit to Europe, Dr. Freccia also conducted the Ixindon Philharmonic Orcheslra in two concerts, completely sold out, and again he received prolonged ovations. On September 14,. Dr. Freccia sailed again for Europe lo conduct concerts of the London Philharmonic Orchestra on October 7 and the Royal Philharmonic Orches- lra on a week-long tour of England, .after which he-returned last week to take over Ihe Baltimore Symphony for its coming season. The appearance of this world- that stale area, and the concert will be !e g ed tr <- n(ls toward world govern- one of Ihe most brilliant musical, social and popular events of the Fort Cumberland Bicentennial celebration. Reserved seats are on sale at he Music Shop. Baltimore Street, and Syckes Music Store, North lenlre Street. The concert is being sponsored by the Times-News for Ihe benefil the House of Representatives. of the Cumberland Free Public Library. lad mistrealed him at the police station, and thai he was suffering rom a cut behind his left ear. Trooper Cook testified Redman sustained the roni Ihe car. Legion Honor ~ Lonnie F. Marsh Jr., command-) er of Victory Post 135, American Legion of Westernport, has been selected to attend the National American Legion College, India^i- apolis, the first member from the Mountain District" .to receive the appointment. Announcement of the honor was made by David .L. Brigham of Rockville, commander of the Legion's Maryland Department, at a meeting of Ml. District, Sunday at the home of Barton Post 189. All Expenses Paid Brigham pointed out the college has been in existence ten years, and that only -one representative from each of fhe Legion's 50 departments is appointed each year. All expenses incurred in attending the college are paid by national' headquarters, Brigham pointed: out. ! New Bridge • ~ To Ridgeley In Operation Traffic Starts Moving Across Span At Moon Today The new Cumberland-Ridgeley bridge opened to traffic today at oon. The event- lacked the fanfare of two weeks ago when-the bridge was "officially opened" by Maryland and West Virginia officials headed by .Governor Theodore R. McKeldin. But that opening was merely technical because the Ridgelcy approach had not been finished. Work is still to be com pletcd on the Kidgeley approach. The bridge, which replaces the old iron and wooden plank structure built in 1503 on John Street, is a two-span afafir with each span 156 feel long; That makes the overall length 312 feet. There, is a Iwo-lane, 28-foot roadway and a five-foot sidewalk on each side. The bridge was built at a cost of $419,160. t Approach Not Finished On the Ridgeley approach, the contractor must complete curbing befpre the four-inch blacktop wearing course can be laid. When the bridge is opened today. Bridge Street will be a dead end and the contractor will then Sterling Crites, of Oldtown, today was sentenced in Circuit Court by Chief Judge George Hen- dersbn to serve six years in prison on his conviction for attempting to lave carnal knowledge of a 14- year-old girl. Criles, who is married and the father of two children, had a previous record in Baltimore on a morals charge. The case against Crites was heard in Judge Henderson's chambers last week. i finish a combination curb and gutter at the street intersection. City Engineer Charles R. Nuzum added that when the wearing course is being laid, traffic will probably be -' one-way on the Ridgeley side. Await Light Cables Nuzum said the Cumberland approach is ready except for installa Ernest Poland, department vice commander and a member of Barton Post, presided at the meeting, i'hich also marked Ihe ninth anniversary of the founding of the hosl post. Twelve of Ihe 13 posls in Mountain Dislricl were represenl- ed as were most of the district's auxiliary units. UN Group Opposed Brigham, in a brief address, reported on the recent national convention, emphasizing that.the Le: gion went on record opposing the UN's UNESCO, because of its al- UlUalll IS icauv *;Av:i;pt lui i.ioiu.ia- .•-- . - tion of Irafficilights. These lights aUhe hearing, have arrived but not the cable in short supply. The Police Department, he said, has urged a speedup on its cable order and the lights will be installed as soon as possible. Across the intersection, street walks for pedestrians have been painted and Commissioner Wil- jam.H. Buchholtz said the Street Department has made an addi- iional concrete walkway at' the traffic island for pedestrians to step off onto out of the way of .ratfic before proceeding across [he walkway on Greene Street. No particular pedestrian problem is expected at the site,.officials said. ment. He also said that the Maryland Department had set a goal 'of 50,000 members for the coming year. * A frequent visited to this area in former years; Brigham said he was named after the late David J. Lewis, who • sponsored the parcel post system while a member of Mail Injured As Auto Hits Bank George Clark, 45.' of RD 1. nidgeley, was reported in "good" condition, this morning at Memorial Hospital where .he .was admitted last night following an auto accident. Hospital attaches said Clark sustained injuries of the right arm The district voted a donation to Friends Aware of Handicapped Children. The next meeting will be |held at the home of Victory Post 55. Following the meeting, a turkey supper was served by the Barton Auxiliary Unit. There were 180 present. ng this morning that Trooper Cook and nose when his automobile hit an embankment on West Virginia Route 28, two miles south of Wiley Ford. Trooper Charles Oliver, of the Chemical Group To Meet Friday The .Western Maryland Section of the American Chemical Society meet Friday at 6:45 p. m., at the Alexander Hotel in Hagerstown. " " " Withrow, an ex- Crites Given Six Years In Morals Case County Board Holds Hearing At Road Site Plans Action To Clear Title For Huge Glass Plant An "on the spot" hearing was held today by the Allegany County Board of Commissioners at the site of the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company multi-million dollar planl to determine whether to officially close a number of roads in order to clear title to the big tract owned by the company. Among those to b'e heard are James Crites, leader of a group oi residents of that section opposed to the road closing, and William C. Walsh, attorney for the company. Commissioners William H. Lemmert and James Orr, Gorman E. Getty, board attorney; James G. Stevenson, board clerk, and J. Walker Chapman, roads supervisor, represented the county Chest Drive Continued v Efforts are being continued to reach the $125,974.06 goal in the Cumberland Community Chest campaign. Over S13.000 is needed. This announcement was made today .by Simon Rosenbaum, vice ^resident, who said the statement was authorized at an executive committee meeting., Rosenbaum said the budgets of the nine Chest agencies, which serve not only Cumberland, but most parts of Allegany County and some nearby West Virginia areas, were minimum figures and if they are to continue to properly serve the entire area, the goal must be reached. The division leaders reported they, slill had some incompleled reports, especially in the Classified Division. Robert E. Barnard, chairman of that division, stated niany firms are still . contacting their employes and the cooperation of each firm is being sought. Kelly Boulevard To Be Reopened Kelly Boulevard, which has been closed to traffic because of work connected with the flood control project, will be fully opened to ' Street Commissioner William H. today that Kevser Detachment of the West the told him thai two cars, racm by side, forced him off (he high- Automobile Engines." aw Paw man lodged in the Coun Dr. Withrow is head of the fuels y Jail in default of the fines, and the contraclor will open one side and lubricants deparlnienl of Ihe Trooper Oliver said approximately nformed him that he would be of the boulevard tomorrow and Motors Corporalion Re- S200 damage was done to Clark s iven a physical examination this Ihe other side Thursday. Laboratories in Detroit. (Continued on Page There will be no decision by the board until after Ihe lestimony in the matter has been read care fully, Lemmert said. The board previously ordered the roads officially opened as part of the legal procedure to be followed in such ases. •Walsh has told the board that the roads in question traverse the 600-acre tract upon which PPG is erecting a $34.000,000 planl. None of Ihem have been used for many years, in fact, he said, there are trees up to six inches in diameter growing in the center of the so- called roads. The commissioners decided to have the hearing at the site be cause Ihere seems lo be some-con to which road Crites anc his group object lo. There is only one road of the six in question which figures in the objection i the Crites group. . • ;'•• : RoadReport Submitted To County Heads The quarterly reporl of the Alle jany County Roads .Department vas submilted to the county com missioners today by J. Walker Chapman, roads supervisor. A total of $108,370.03 was spenl m roads and bridges during the leriod from July 1 lo September 0. Largest item was labor cosls if $48,984.25. Materials costs were lext high at $34,493.75, miscelian e'ous, $12,010.70; equipment, $8, 033.85; tools, $145.47: sick pay 1189; and vacations, $4,513. A further breakdown shows $3, .69.41 spent for gasoline,. $405.34 or fuel, S566.42 for oil and grease >431.83 for tires, $36.44 for bal .erics, '$51.30 for insurance, $1, 427.56 for-parts. The report also includes a list ng of each firm or individual -orn whom purchases were made during the period. The larges amounts in this list were $3,700.3J o the Cumberland Cement and Supply, $14,755.91 lo Garlam •elroleum Company. $10,487.31 tc Hampshire Builders Supply, $2, 842.50 to Super'Concrete, $11,40C o Rish Equipment Company. A report on the cost of gas, oil .ires, batleries, insurance, parts and labor for each of the 23 trucks Winter Makesf: rabAt Area; Snow Falls General Freeze Noted For West Virginia; , ' Winds Cause Damage 1 - Winter's chilled fingers gripped ic area last night as the after- nath of a sudden storm which ent winds screaming to speeds f 45 to 50 miles an hour. Some damage resulted from the lorm and to the west of Cumber- and temperatures dipped and now flurries fell; West Virginia had its first gen- ral freeze of the season last night •ith most areas reporting frost, •nly the Eastern Panhandle re- o r (e d temperatures above reezing—Martinsburg had 37. But was 28 at Elkins last night with ic temperature rising to 40 early ill's morning. Skies Clear Today No snow was reported, along tha :ne . of the Western Maryland Railway. At Kroslburg, snow flurries laid n spots but skies were clear today. Oakland reported an overnight low f 26 degrees and snow flurries ate yesterday evening which lispcrsed soon after night fall. Cumberland's low temperature vas 34. Yesterday's sudden storm had ome effect on public utilities. No najor damage was reported. One major loss was at North Jlade near Oakland where flying parks from a pile of burning slabs united lumber at the Fike Lumber lompany. About 500 feet of one- nch lumber stock was destroyed. Maryland" Stale Police said a raffic slowdown on Martins Moun- ain and Green Ridge on Route 40 ast of Cumberland resulted when a number of trees 'were blown own and blocked.portions of ths. Highway. TREE PLANTING MARKS U.N. FETE-Gcphart School marked 'the 10th anniversary of the United Nations yesterday with a tree planting ceremony. Shown,' above, officiating at (He planting nre, left to right, Tcryl Chancy, Charles Crdss and Robert'Mossmer. Mayor Roy W. Eves, who was Introduced by City Attorney Thomas B. Flnan, gave (lie dedicatory address and remarks'were'also made by Wlnfleld Adam, chairman of (he U.N. Committee for Cumberland. A talk was given by Robert Messmcr. .and-Brownie Scouts conducted a Flag ceremony. Rev. Carl Johnson gave (ho benediction. • . six graders, leaders, two two mowers, threi rollers, two powe shovels, two tractors, asphalt dis Iributor, tar pot, spreader, powe ;aw, welder, snow plows and othe equipment was given. WbetzelDies OfGunWounc Waller I. Whetzel, 54, who wa found last Friday evening with slug lodged in his skull, died thi morning in Memorial Hospital. Whelzel was discovered at hi lome, 127 Humbird .Street,-by hi five-year-old son. The man wa 'oiind'in'a workshop in Ihe rea of his home, and was, bleedin torn behind his right ear. A native of Lost River, "W. Va ic was a "member of the Melhodis Church. He is survived by his widow Mrs.-Helen F. (Wagoner); tw sons, Robert Whetzel, Wiley Ford and Edward Whclzcl, at home two daughters, Mrs. John Crites Hagerstown, and Miss Mildre Whetzel, at home and a grandchild The body will be at the Georg Funeral Home. '-.'.• Attend* Scrvel Clinic Vincent' Borgman of 1 the .CSs Cos Company here, is allendln a four-day service clinic of top level service Scrvel, Ind. «titi«rvlsor> C. Tree Kails On Line Walter Haschert Jr., central iffice manager of the CiP Tele; ihone Company, said four or five amilies were without service wheri i tree was reported to have fallen icross the line between Mf, . Javage and Froslburg. Loose connections caused by the high wnds also disrupted service of a ew homes. A spokesman for the Potomac Edison Company said a number oi ines were down in the early part jf the afternoon yesterday but crews got service back to normal.' The Street Department here vent into action and hauled away number of broken branches which were ripped from tree! Ihroughout the city. Flying leaves and other debris 'filed (he air as the sudden gusts if wind hit Cumberland and envir- ins. Sections of local buildings i-ere reported damaged by tha vind. The partially completed Cresap- own Eagles building which was jeing built by volunteer labor was >adiy damaged yesterday when he windstorm caused the rear 'all and wall next to the Silver ,anes Bowling Alleys to collapse. No one was injured when tha walls fell, but hundreds of man- lours of labor has been lost. The vails were almost complete; ex.- cept for about one or two rows of concrete'blocks. Comity Board Gets Protest On Road Curve The Allegany County Board of Commissioners today received a. petition signed by 123 residents ot ilt. Savage asking that something be done about an "S" curve on Calla Hill Road. It is the contenlion of Ihe peti- :ioners that when Ihe new road into :he Ml. Savage School was con- strucled Ihe-approach lo Ihe Calla Hill Road was interfered with and :he situation poses a hazard. Commissioner William H. Lemmert said the State Roads Com-' mission designed the road from specifications of its engineers and the project was, approved by the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads. The county paid for the project on S matching fund basis with Ihe federal 'governmenl. Lemmerl said Ihe board will visit he scene wilhin a few days lo check into the matter. • Obituary BURGESS—Miss Ellen, 72, Laurel Dale, W. Va. HARRIMAN-Mrs. Agnes, 75, Baltimore, formerly of Eckhart. HERSHBERGER - John W., W. Hendricks, W. Va. MOVER—James H., 75, Glenmort, W, Va. NELSON — Mr«. Phoebe A., 68, Eckhart.. SEBOLD-Mary E., 81, McHenry. WADSWORTH—James C., Infant, 817.' Shawnee Avenue. ".';, WALTER-Benjamin T., 73, Davi». Mrs. Photbe A. NeUca ""'• ECKHART — Mrs. Phoebe Ann Nelson, 69, died this morning--at the home of a daughter, Mrs. William Filsinger, following an ^Illness of six months. "•" Born at LUlonburg, Pa., she WM _ daughter of the,late Cyrui"Sn.d Sarah (Davis). Huffman. Her;ha«band, George • Nelson, preceaea her-In death. • Mrs. Nelson w«i-» member of Zlon Evangelical «na Reformed, Church, Frostburg.••• Surviving, besides the daughter (Continued on Png« 12) •

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