Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 14
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^FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES. • CUMBERLAND. -Ml).. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Obituary (Continued from Page 11 . United Brethren • Church: Interment will be in Hyndman Ccme- iery. . Mrs. Linden C. Rotruck KEYSER — Mrs. Ruth Elaine Rotruck, 30, wife of Linden C. Rotruck, 149 South Main Street, flied yesterday in Potomac Valley Hospital, where she was admitted October 27. - Born in Keyser,' she was a daughter of Frank A. and Nellie CMoomaw) Hott. She had been employed in a secretarial position in the office of her father, the Mineral County assessor. Surviving, besides her husband and parents, are a-daughter, Linda Elaine Rolruck, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F, Moomaw, Keyser. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Rogers Funeral Home by Dr. John D. McLeod, pastor of the .Keyser Presbyterian Church. • Interment will be in Meadow Point Cemetery. Mr.=. Dorothy S. Ardinger GRANTSVMLLE - Mrs. Dorothy S. Ardinger, 40, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Swauger. Grantsville, died October 20 at her home in Washington following a brief illness. Services and interment took place Sunday in Mehoopany, Pa. Miss Lillian Swauger and Henry Swauger, Grantsville, attended the service. Karl M. Evans FUNERAL FLOWERS Our Specialty • Arthur Bopf 1621 Bedford St. PA 2-5414 BLAINE—Darl Mitchell Evans, 48, died October 29 at his home in Youngstown, Ohio, where he has resided a year. He had been ill for two weeks. A veteran of World War II, he was born in Hartmansvilie, and was a son of Mrs.' Martha (Hanlin) Wilson, Emeryville, and the late Martin V. Evans. Besides his mother, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Twila JKimble, Mozer; two sons, William and Raymond Evans, Buffalo, N. Y.: "six half-brothers, Russell and Leslie Evans, Emory ville; Earl Evans, 'RD 1, Elk Garden; Arthur Evans, Bel Air, Md.; Otha Evans, Star Route, Kitzmiller, Md., and Chester Evans, Kitzmiller; three half-sisters, Mrs. Lillian Harvey, Star .Route, Kitzmiller; Miss Ellen Evans, Emeryville, and Mrs. Marguerite Wilfong. RD Oakland, Md., and six grandchildren. The body is at the Sharpless Funeral Home here where services will be conducted, tomorrow at 11 a. m. by Rev. Charles Keller, pastor of the Kitzmiller Assembly of God Church. Interment will be in the Kethken Hill Cemetery, Elk Garden. Delicia Sugar Wafers LB Thank You Cherry Pie Fillings ? N02 57c ••CANS'* I* A&P Tomato Juice 2 46 OZ. CANS 49c Ann Page SALAD DRESSING QJ. Ann Page Peanut Butter 1 ^ 47c Columbus B. Hansford PARSONS — Columbus B. Hansford, 84, died Monday in Tucker County Hospital' following an illness of six weeks. A retired farmer of the Porterwood area, he had resided with a daughter. Mrs. W. L. Gainer, in Kerens since the death of his wife, Mrs. Martha (Allender) Hansford, in 1952. Born in Kerens, .he was a son of the late David and Susan (Vans- ccy) Hansford: Surviving, besides Mrs. Gainer, are four other daughters, Mrs. G. H. Moran. McKee, Ky.; Mrs. C. H. Allender, Fairmont; Mrs. Joseph Moran. Bailey, and Mrs. Carlton Morrisson, Kerens; three sons, C. J. Hansford, Putney, Ky.; Whitmer Hansford, Flint, Mich., and Donald Hansford, Bay' City, Mich.: two brothers, P. J. Hansford, Kerens, and Harman Hansford, Ridgeley: two sisters. Mrs. Delphia Howell, Elkins, and Mrs. Minnie Harsh, Harperstown, 26 grandchildren and several great- grandchildren. Services were conducted this afternoon at Irons Chapel and interment .was in the family cemetery near there. Mrs. Anna Morris Mrs. Anna Morris, 87, of 505 Beall Street, widow of Walter T. Morris, died yesterday in Sylvan Retreat where she had been a patient two. months^. Born in Frostbufg, a daughter ot, the late Perry and Catherine (Ziebaugh) Weimer, she had resided here 32 years. Mrsi Morris was a member of the Centre Street Methodist Church and WSCS of the church. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Ina M. Morris, city; two sons, Emory M. Morris, Elkins, W. Va. and Earl H. Morris, city; three sisters, Mrs. Cora Payne, Gaithersburg; Mrs. Margaret Shaw, city, and Mrs. D. N. Wilcox, Pito burgh; a brother, H. T. Weimer Mill Creek, W. Va.; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The body is at the Kight Funera Home where services will be con ducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. Howard M. Amoss, pastor o: Centre. Street" "Church. Intermen will be in Hillcfest" Burial Park. Pallbearers will be James Shaw C. A. Brotemarkle, Leo Brown Frank Weimer, Thomas L. Gil Christ Sr., and Earl C. Robertson Veteran Newsman Dies At Washington Home WASHINGTON W) — Joseph R. Flynn, 70, veteran newspaperman and retired Pentagon press chief, died last night at his "home after offering a heart attack. Flynn, who retired last September as chief of the Defense Department's public information press iranch, had been recovering from an earlier heart seizure. Warren Daughter Elopes To Nevada With Physician LAS VEGAS, Nev («—Nina (Honey Bear) Warren. 22, daughter of Ihief Justice and Mrs. Earl Warren, and Dr. Stuart Brien, 33, Beverly Hills, Calif., physician, unexpectedly flew here from Los An- eles last night and were married. The ceremony was performed by fustice of the Peace John Mendoza in a penthouse suit of the Rivera Hotel. The elopement was a surprise because the couple obtained a marriage license only two days ago in Santa Monica, Calif. It is the first marriage for each. 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