Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 13
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND.! MD.,. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1955 ; Dial PA-2.4600 for a WANT AP T«k« Obituary (Continued from Page 13) Blair Poling, Baltimore; a son, Harry K. Poling, this city; four arothers, 0. II. Poling. Sacramon- (0, Calif.; C. II. Poling, Relinglon. W. Va.; W. W. Poling, Philippi, (V. Va.. and A,. M. Poling, Nesler- fillo, W. Va.; 10 grandchildren and scvqn great grandchildren. Another daughter, Mrs. Ogdie Long, tva^kiilcd in the Cleveland Clinic explosion 26 years ago. The body will remain at the Kight Funeral Home where scr- vices will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a. m., by Rev. Adam E. Grim, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, and Rev. Harry G. Hager. pastor of Central Methodist Church. Fffllowing the services tomorrow IheJjody will be taken to tlw. Greflileaf Funeral Home in Par- tons, where another service will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. Interment will be in the McNccly Cemetery at Hendricks, W. Va Robert P. Barnhill Hirbert. Patrick Barnhill, 59, hus- banjj of Mrs. Ethel (Sellers) Barn- hill.KllS Columbia Street, died yes- terd|y at Sacred Heart Hospital. He Jiad been a patient for two wce|s. Mr.' Barnhill was a son of the latejames and Theresa (Donnelly! Barnhill. He was employed by the Queen City Brewery for 24 years. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Holy Name Society, Cumberland Council 586 Knights of Columbus, and Cum berllnd Aerie 245, FO Eagles. Besides his widow; he is sur vived by a son, R. Patrick Barn hill, this city: two sisters, Mrs Elizabeth Freyer and Mrs. Theresa Haslbeck, both of this city, and two brothers, James P. Barnhill, Oldtpwn. and Joseph M. Barnhill, Galveston, Texas. The body is at the Kight Funeral Home where members of the Holy Name Society of St. Patrick's Church will recite the rosary tomorrow at 8 p. m. Members of Knights of Columbus will recite the rosary at, 7:30 p.-iri. A requiem high mass will be celebrated Saturday at 10 a. m., in St. Patrick's Church by Very Rev. J. Lawrence Kilkenny, 'pastor. Interment will be in SI. Mary's Cemetery. Mr. Barnhill was a veteran of World War I, .having served.in France. He was a member of Fort Cumberland Post 13, American Legion, and Henry Hart Post 1411, VFW. Arthur Mattox MOOREFIELD—Arthur Maltox, former resident, died Monday at ' his home in Waynes.boro. Va. He had be«n in ill health for the .past two years. Mr. Mattox had been employed by duPont for many years.. He is survived by. his widow, Mrs. Lclia Kathcrine , (Williams) Miittox; a daughter, Mrs. Caldtr Turner, and two- granddaughters, all of Wayncsboro. Mrs. William Gornall Mrs. William P. Gornall, former resident, died last night at her home, 503 Oncida Place, NW, Washington. She is survived by her husband, William F. Gornall; a son. John M. Gornall, and two grandsons, John M. and Robert M. Gornall, all of this city. Hast Services Services for Miss Anna. Kath 1 erine Hast. 86, who.died Tuesday at her home, 308 Paca Street, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. in. in St. Luke's Lutheran Church by Rev. William R. Snyder, pastor. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The body is at the Stein Funeral Home, and will be taken to the church at noon tomorrow. Pallbearers will be ' .William Mank, George Winters, Charles Ritter, Henry Bloss, Charles Reynard and James E. .Cramer. Mrs. Samuel H.icldix OAKLAND — Mrs. Stella Mae Haddix, 80, wife of Samuel • Haddix, Cretlin. died yesterday at the Ashby Nursing Home there. A native of Swallow Falls, she was a daughter of the laic Henry and Mahalia (Keisncr) McCabe. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Boyd Haddix, Tallmadge. Ohio, and Guy Haddix, Ellwood City, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. Jennie Biltinger, Crellin, and three brothers, Carl McCabe, San Diego, Califi, and Philson and Truman McCabe, both of Crellin. The body is at the Bolden Funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m., by Rev. Edzel Bragg. Interment will be in the Ashby Cemetery near Crellin. Mrs.'Robert Davis KEYSER-Mrs. Bertha A. Davis, 63, wife of Robert Davis, RD 3, this city, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland.- She was admitted Tuesday night. A native of St. George, she was a daughter of Mrs. Sarah (Luzier, of-Leadmore, and the .late Theodore Luzier. Besides her husband and mother, she is survived by three dough ters, Mrs. Pauline Miller and Mrs. Gwendolyn Davis, both of RD 3, Keyser, and Mrs. Wanda Lancaster, Danville; two sons. R. Clifton Talbott, Paincsvillc, Ohio, and Robert P. Davis Jr., Dawson; three brothers, John T. and James R. Luzier, both of Cresaptown; and Harold B. Luzier, Leadmorc: four, sisters, Mrs. Edna C. Kidwell, .Leadmine; Mrs. Carrie B. Friend, Mannheim; Mrs. Daisy Kitziniller, Lonaconing, and Mrs. Janet L. Johnson, Cumberland six grandchildren, and three step grandchildren. Services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Dawson Methodist Church by Rev. Raymond Crowe, pastor. Interment will-be in the'Dawson Cemetery. The body is at the residence. • Jacob Slark GRANTSV1LLE — Services for Jacob Stark, 73^ Jennings, who died Monday at . Garretl County Memorial Hospital here, were con- ducted this afternoon at (he New. man Funeral Home by Rev. Ivan Shrewbridgc, pastor of the Church of God'of Jennings. Inlcrmenl was in Bcthcsda Cemetery on Negro Mountain. He was a son of the latcMariics and Martha (lletrick) Stark. Boslcy Services PIEDMONT — Services for Mrs. Sarah E. Bosley, 80, who died yesterday at her home, 57 Secom: Street, will be conducted at the Frcdloek Funeral Home on'Satur- day 'at 2 p. m. by Rev. li. F. Wright, associate pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, and Rev. Robert M. Campbell, pastor of First Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Philos Cemetery. Members of Miriam Rcbckah Lodge will conduct a service al the funeral home tomorrow at 7:3( p. m. " . Debra I.. Bowser GRANTSV1LLE — Dcbra Lynne Bowser, three-month-old daughter o! Hobart L. and Dorothy E. Mil ler) Bowser, died yesterday at her ionic here. Besides her parents, she -is sur- •ived by her paternal grandpar- ills. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bowser, if here, and her maternal grand- FROM SHADY IANE We are not sure of her address, but we are sure that this woman knows "what's what". It so happens she is on her feet many hours, every day, hence appreciates Barefoot Freedom — obtainable in our comfort shoes (every pair designed with your comfort in mind). The new.- styles have arrived and it will pay you to visit our store, where you will find genuine comfort in fashion-flavored footwear. to your cbiropodiil) Shi innamon s 61 Baltimore St. Almost everyone has a pic- ture in mind - of some special financial goal. 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Spicci', West Virginia, and Joseph II. Spicer, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. " . THURMONT — A requiem liigh am M. Arbogast.'59, who died at mass was celebrated this-morning for Mrs. Clara Bell .-Norris,. 70, ucted Sunday at the Highland wife of -Andrew II. 'Norris,. Creag- lelhodist Church in Elkins by ev. J. F. Bennett, pastor. A native of Belington, he was a on of the late John H. arid Mary Our" Lady of Ml. Carmel Catholic erstown; near here, who died Monday at Uic Frederick Memorial Hospital. Rev. John Hart, pastor of wick -Arbogast. He was a retired Church, was celebrant. -Mermen! conditions on Newhou.se., was in the parish cemetery. Besides bee husband, she, is sur- oxlcants, attend church at least nee each week, do not leave the tatc of Maryland without pcrmis- loh from your parole and proba- Newhouse (Continued from Page 13) "If you discontinue drinking and associating with people who have a bad influence on .you. maybe you can be salvaged- and -become a good citizen,, father and husband. I am giving you ..this opportunity and you had better take advantage of it." The court imposed the follo_wing That "he. be pPgood behavior, abide by the law, abstain from in- llon officer, be under tho jurisdiction of the Division ^(Parole-and: 'i Probation and abide by v any:{uture ., restrictions they niay .Impose. SHORTHAND IN, Ul.d in tusinn,- ono Civil Sirvlct. Writ. lei • FBEl ' M Sp«.dwrilins Sthool, 171 Bollin™. SI., Cumbrian* Md. PA DAY and NIGHT CLASSES Begin' NOV.! NOW, SAVE TWO WAYS AT ALBERT'S! Albert's offer you valuable "S&II" GREEN STAMPS with all your purchases. 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