Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for « WANT AP Takar Allegheny Airline nger Hau For Year, Passenger Haul The. local station (it Allegheny Kirlincs had ils brst passenger iionth of Ilic year In September, tcc'ording to R. D. Griffith, station iianagcr. In. September, there were 90 pas- longer boardings on 35 flights, Griffith said, adding this is a 32 fcr'-conl increase .over the same nohlh a year ago. In' September this year, Alle- [heny planes carried 131 pounds if mail from Cumberland. On the entire line, there were t.449,000 passenger miles flown or i 41 per cent increase over Sop- ember a year Ego, the ninth con- iccutivc monthly record. Ils air ixpress traffic also increased last nonlh, up 71 per cent over Sep- *mbcr a year ago. Instrument Unit To Meet The .Cumberland Section'of th Instrument Society of Amerlc will have a dinner-meeting tomoi row, 0:30 p. in., at Ali Chan Shrin Country ','iub. The speaker will he Norbcrt 12 Weber, field engineer of the Phila delphia branch of the Beckma Instrument Company. Born i France, he attended the Univei sity of Strasbourg, 1 majoring i iliysics, and later the Ecolc Cei ra'lc dcs Arts ct Manufactures'i' 'nris where he was graduated i: 947. ' ' ' He was instrument engineer in steel plant in France before com ng to the'United Stales in 1948 le has worked for both Genera Electric and Dul'ont. Weber's illustrated talk will b on several phases of instrumen vork. He has spent several year developing a model DK^spectro photometer and a new dispersiv nfrarcd analyzer. •' SHORTHAND 6 WIIKS DAY and NIGHT CLASSES Begin lo, fREt =o,.lo,. NOV. 1 md, Md. PA 4-0966 Jane Parker Halloween PARTY CAKE 79cea. Large Ring Angel Food CAKES 39cea. Jane Parker DONUTS Cinnamon - Sugar Se Combination Jane Parker CHERRY PIES 39c ea. Jane Parker APPLE-RASIN COFFEE CAKE 25c Obituary (Continued from Page 11)' with wliom she resided, are a sis- •r, Mrs. Robert Mull, California, . a., two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The body is at the Fiisingei residence. . Mrs. Agnes Hnrrlman EGkllAHT—Mrs. Agnes (Meek) Harriman, 75. widow of- Jacob (arriman, of here, died yesterday it University Hospital, Baltimore ihc had been a patient since Oc ober 17. . . • She was a daughter of the late Alex and Eliza Meek ot Lonacon ig. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Jessie Askey, lialtimore; 'a bro- .her, G. A. Meek, Cumberland; wo stepdaughters and a stepson, >oth of Baltimore. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m., at the Witzke •'uneral Home, Baltimore. .Mary E. Srbold McIIEN'RY — Mary E. Sebold, 11, died Sunday in the Evans Nurs- ng Home at Oakland. She had iccn a patient for three months. A native of McHcnry, she was a daughter of the late- Andrew and Catherine (Grower) Sebold. She '.-as a member of St. Peter's Cath- lic Church, Oakland. She is survived by two brothers, Joseph-Sebold, of here, and Wiliam Sebold, Conncllsville, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. Annie C. Skip : per, Swallow Falls. A requiem mass will be cclcbrat ed tomorrow at 9 a. m. at St. Peter's Church by Rev. Michael Carney, pastor. The body is at the Bolden Funeral Home. Miss E. Ellen Burgess KEYSER — Miss E. Ellen Burgess, 72, of Laurel Dale, died Sun- lay in an Akron hospital. She had been a patient for one month. A native of Laurel Dale, she wa. i member of the United Brethren Jhurch. Survivors include four sisters, ilrs. Margaret Burgess, and Mrs Blanche Barbe, both of Akron; ilrs. Bessie Brown,'Piedmont, anc Mrs. Emma Barb, Purgitsville; a brother, Herschell Burgess, Laurel Jale, and several nieces and nephews. The body will arrive at the resi lence today where services will oe conducted by Rev. Oscar Cannon, pastor of the EUB Church ntcrment will be in the family ;emctery. Time of the service las not been set. James M. Moyer Services for James Mathew \Ioyer, 75, Glenmore, W. Va., who was killed instantly October 18 vliile on a hunting trip .on his Randolph County farm, were con- ncted last Friday at the Runner 'uneral Home in Elkins. A native of Pendleton County, he -as a son of the late Jacob and [cbekah Harold Moycr. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mollie (Harper) Moyer; four sons, .eslic'C., Arlie G., Marshall H., 'rank E. Moyer, and three daugh- crs, Mrs. Alice McQuain and Mrs. Ora Chenowclh, all of Elkins; two •others, Fred Moycr, of Cave, V..Va.; Glenn Moyer, Columbus, Ohio; his step mother, Mrs. Rachacl Krow, 112 Fourth Street, ire: three half-brothers. Willia LAY-A-WAY /WLANE CEDAR CHEST NOW/ • SWEETHEART • DAUGHTER • WIFE • SISTER DOWN 41 N, MECHANIC STREET j, Moycr,. Ellcrslic; Paul Jacob Moyer, Springdalc Street; Clifford Moycr, Pittsburgh; a half sister, Mrs. Morris Turk, Virginia Avenue, Benjamin T. Walters DAVIS—Benjamin Thomas Walters, 73, local merchant, "died Sunday at Davis Memorial Hospital in Elkins. A native of Flintstonc, Md., he was a son of tiic late David and Mary (Houser) Walters. He was member of Fairfax Lodge %, AF & AM; Davis Chapter 22, Royal Arch Masons. .He is'survived by his widow, Mrs. Ethel (Digman) Walters; two sons, Thomas Walters, of here, and John D. Walters, Charleston; two daughters, Mrs. Mary E. Self, Grosse Pointc,' Mich., and Mrs. Margaret Calwell, • Charleston; three brothers, William Walters, Fairmont; James Walters, Youngstown, and Edward Walters, of here; two sisters, Mrs. Elmer Wenrick, Akron and Mrs. Harold Ciieney, Flintslone, and nine grandchildren. The body is at the Spiggle Funeral Home here where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m.. by Rev. William J. Trow- jridge, pastor of the Davis Memorial Church. Interment will ac in the Davis Cemetery where ritualistic riles will be conducted by both Masonic groups. Wadsworth Infant James G. Wadsworth was dead at birth last night at Memorial Hospital: The infant was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George and Mary (Evans) Wadsworth, 817 Shawnee Avenue. Also surviving are a sister. Susan Wadsworth, at home, and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Wadsworth. Graveside services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a. m. al Hillcrest Burial Park. Rev. How ard M. Amoss, pastor of Centre Street Methodist Church, will officiate. John W. Hcrsliberger PARSONS —John W. Hershber ger, 60, of Hendricks, died yesterday in Tucker County. Hospital. He had been in ill health for Ihe past week. A native ot Holmes County, Ohio, he had been a bus driver for the Tucker County Board of Education for the past ;2 years, and operator of a shoe shop. He was a son of Ihe late Eli P. and Sarah (Stalil) Hershberger. Mr. Hershberger was a veteran of World. War I, a past commander of Cheat Valley Post 101, American Legion, and a member of Lodge 804, Order of Moose. He was also a member of the Methodist Church and the Ruritan Club. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Florence (Harper) Hersh bcrget; two sons, Captain Harold Hershberger, stationed with the Army in England, and George Hershberger, Morgan town; a daughter, Mrs. Juanita Lease, Keyser; five sisters, Mrs. Jennie Miller, I.os Angeles; Mrs. Cora Sleffey, Hartsville, Ohio; Mrs. Bessie Fry, Akron; Mrs. Elizabeth Lincrode, and Mrs. Nettie Fosen- ite, both of Lewisville, Ohio. The body will remain' at the Greenlicf Funeral .Home here where services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. by Rev. W. A. O'Dcll, pastor of the Methodist Charge. Additional services will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at East Minishillen Church al Hartsville. Interment will be in the church cemetery there. Ydungblood Services Services for John W. Youngblood, 68, of 110 Springdale Streel, who died Sunday, will be conducl- ed tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Scarpelli Funeral Home by Rev. Adam Grim, pastor of Grace Methodist-Church. Interment wi DC in Hillcrest Burial Park. Pallbearers will be Simon G. Mock, Carl Reuschel', Edgard S. Leasure, D. L. Boyd, S. 1. Hoyle and P. H. Sibley, all members of Local 656, Bortherhood of Railway Carmen of America. The body is at Ihc funeral home Kcan Services A requiem high mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 8 a. m. at SS. Peter and Paul Church for Edmund J. Kcan Jr., 27, of JOS Norlh Chase Street, who died Sunday in Victor Cullen Hospital, Sabillasviile. Interment will be in the parish cemelery. The body is at the George Funeral Home where Ihe rosary will ; recited today at 8:15 p. m. Pallbearers will be Thomas Con- Ion 'Jr., John Daugherty, James Boyle, Francis Will, Richard Ross- worm and William Kelly. • Chorpenning Rites A solemn requiem mass for Mrs. Mary E. Chorpenning, 66, wife of Alonzo J. Chorpenning, Vocke Road, who died Oclober 20 in Sacred Heart Hospital, was celebrated yesterday at SS. Peter and Paul Calholic Churclu Rev. Gabriel Giles, OFM, Cap.', assislanl pastor, was celebrant; Rev. John J. Lyness, assistant pastor of St. Patrick's Church, deacon, and Rev. Joseph M. O'Toole, pastor of St. Michael's Church, Salisbury, Pa., sub-deacon. Rev. Charles W. Began, pastor of SI. Mary's Church, Lonaconing, and Rev. Hobert Kilgannon, pastor of St. Anthony's Church, Ridgeley, were in .the sanctuary during the EN EM AN S * The Store DEVOTED To Your Home 1 *: rfiSA Mineral Court Trials Begin KEYSBK—Trials In the October (£ erin of Mineral County Circuit Court started this morning before 'udgc Ernest A. Sec. John Flanagan, who had been ndicted on a charge of feloniously issaulting Harold W. Davis, a Vostcrn Maryland Railway police- nan, was fined ?25 and sentenced o 15 days in Mineral County jail by Judge Sec. Flanagan was epresented by Attorney Donald C. lott. Eva Soult was given a sus- >cnded sentence of six months in 48, he county jail after pleading guilty to a charge of contributing n the delinquency of her children ludge See suspended the sentence U.S. ollowing a plea for leniency by he woman's attorneys, Horace P. Vhilworth and Donald C. Hott, jut ordered her to pay the court costs and placed her on probation or a three-year period. Attorney John Hamilton asked court to dismiss bad check harges against his client, John V. Stewart, charging that the state lad not shown the true circum- itances in its indictment. Judge See look the. motion under advise-, nenl. nass. Five grandsons served as iltar boys. Interment was in the parish •emetery. Egypt is as large as New Mexico md Texas combined but most of Is 22,221,000 population is in a larrow belt along the Nile, most if the country being desert. T/iree Sentenced For Moving Slot Machines BALTIMORE (XI — Six montl prison sentences and fines totallni $4,500 'were imposed yesterday o three Ohio men for trucking slo machines into Southern Marylam from Parkcrsburg, W. Va. Those sentenced were James V Ehmann, 35, fined $2,500; Bobcr J. Willis, 34, and Kenneth E. Glenn 47, both fined $1,000, all Iron Columbus, Ohio. The FBI last month seized 4 slots at five different-locations in St. Mary's, Calvert and Prince Icorges counties. The men were arrested in Co liimbus at the time ot the raid along with Robert M. Hathaway i, alsb of Columbus, who has no yet been tried. • Federal prosecutors said Eh mann arranged to buy them. Asst .. Ally. William F. Mosner sail' Glenn . and Willis were hired ti drive them to Washington am Southern Maryland. . Summerville told the court In bad the machines before fedcra law made it illegal to transpor 'ambling devices across slate .ines. Summerville said he Chough .he machines were to be taken ti other points in West Virginia. Hi said they .were sold for. $5,000. The FBI charged Hathaway me the other Columbus men in Wash ngton. They said some of the ma chines were sold for $10,OQO in Maryland. About 40 slots were seized in .he attic of the farm home o Legion Group To Meet The executive committee o Knobley' Mountain Post 136, Amer ican Legion, will meet today at I i. m. at the post home in Ridge ley. LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENED TO THE TIN SHED/ WATERPROOF and RUSTPROOF with fALUMflNATION "301 • . DESIGNED FOR ROOFS AND ALL "TYPES OF METAL AND MASONRY GUARANTEED I 8 YEARS T COATS • CAULKS • BEAUTIFIES REFLECTS HEAT MANUFACTURED BY REPUBLIC POWDERED METALS • Cleveland 11, Ohio •TJA. ««g. U.S. fol. Off. DISTRIBUTED BY THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLANING MILL COMPANY Queen St. at B&O R.R. Dial PA 2-2600 West Virginia (Continued from Page 11) afternoon by Dr. W. 0. McLanc, Allegany county physician. 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