Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 7, 1955 · Page 12
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= rwhii.vi; Twins Among Gapped Nurses WASHINGTON tfi—Three sets of twins from Maryland were among BALTIMORE, Nov. 7. (fl—Mayor 35 nursing students who received Thomas D'Alesandro says he will EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1955 Dial PA-2.4600 for a WANT AD Taker Self-Insured n Looms their caps at a capping ceremony yesterday at the Washington Missionary College's School of Nursing. The girls are sophomores, who completed their probationary training and earned the caps. The twins are: Beatrice and Bcrnice Jones, Poolesville. Elizabeth and Mary Jane pur- die, Hyattsvillc. Leona and Valmae Minchin, Hyattsville. ask the city of Baltimore to drop commercial fire insurance'on its property and become self-insured. The mayor estimated this would save the city about $125,000 a year. D'Alesandro said yesterday he will ask the Board of Estimates (not to renew 100-million dollars worth of policies in the next year or so. About 65-million dollars worth of this insurance expires April 1. Premiums on this total $400,000 for five years. j- The mayor's announcement ~~~~ i came as State Sen. Louis N. Phipps The true hpyocrite is_ any hu3-j, D . Anne Arundel) renewed his call band who makes his wife's visit-|£ or a stuc j y to determine whether ing relatives feel right at home. People 60 to 80 CAN APPLY FOR LIFE INSURANCE If you are under 80, you can still apply for a Si.000 life insurance policy to help take care of > ' final expenses without burdening! D'Alesandro, himself a partner ' - !in an insurance firm, said prem- the State 'of Maryland also should drop commercial insurance. Phillips said he would fake the matter before the Legislative Council if Gov. McKeldin does not quickly act on a resolution asking him to appoint a committee to make the study. McKeldin said he Dedication Of Methodist Museum Held Treasured Relics Of Methodism Housed In Baltimore Building BALTIMORE \S> — A museum housing some of the most treasured relics of the Methodist Church was dedicated here last night at Lovely Lane Methodist Church, the; socalled mother church of American Methodism. Gishop G. Bromley Oxnam, bishop of the Washington area of the churcn, dedicated the museum before a capacity gathering of more than 1,500 persons. Included among the relics collected at the church, first organized in 1734, are a copy of The Imitation of Christ used by John Wesley, founder of Methodism. Also in the museum is a rough hewn oak pulpit built and used by lllartc un? OLUU/. i»Av-*n-*wi,* *ju»u ..*- • would refer the question to the Robert Strawbridge, Irish immi- TI T <-..„„„ Pom^-.ic-cir.r, nn oranf who hroufht Methodism to Harry J. Green Commission on State administration. your family. You can handle the entire transaction by mail with OLD AMERICAN of KANSAS CITY. ]\ 7 o obligation of any kind. No one will call on you! Write today for free information. Simply mail postcard or letter (giving age) to Old American-Ins. Co., 3 W. 9th, Dept. L1119B, Kansas City, Mo. iums "are calculated to result in a profit to the insurance companies and if we are guided by the same calculations of the experts of these companies, a self-insurance program for Baltimore should result over a period of years in a substantial saving for the taxpayers." • More than $700,000 has accumulated in a reserve\und dating back to 1914 for insurance purposes, he added. Be Our Guest . . . MEETING OF THE DALE COURSE Effective Speaking Leadership Training Human Relations Dale Carnegie YOU ARE INVITED ATTENP PU»Ut "INFORMATION MEETING Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. • • • •' - , • at the CENTRAL Y. M. C. A. . Cumberland, Md. Tht purpose of this rotating it to organize a Dale Carnftgi* Court* Clots in Cumberland. COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS! You will hear graduates and instructors ekplain whal this course will do to help you. A successful course for 43 years. grant who brought Methodism to Maryland in 1760. The certificate of ordination of Francis Asbury, signed by Dr. Thomas Coke whom Wesley sent to America to "set apart" the young Asbury as "superintendent," a title later changed to bishop, also is exhibited as is a well worn prayer ' book used by Wesley's wife. • One of the most prized objects in the collection is the "lost por- .raint" of Asbury painted in Baltimore in 1794 by an artist named Polk. . Among other items on^ display are several letters between Asbury and Wesley and letters of other men prominent ..in the organization of the church and one of the most complete collections of Meth odist IDiscipiines in the world, in eluding 'the only known copy o: the 1788 edition. Ohituttry (Continued from Page 9) ] mith. He was a member of the nited Brethren Church of Hard- onburg. Besides his father, he is survived y three brothers, John Smith, iring Gap; Hobart Smith, Balti- icre, and Samson Smith, this city, id five sisters, Mrs. Loy Moyer, 'ashington; Mrs.. Lester Valen- ne, North Branch; Mrs. Robert azelrod, Bowman's Addition; .rs. Mack Koontz, Harrisburg. a., and Mrs. Vernon Bell,-Flint- one. The body will remain at the afer Funeral Home where ser- ces will be conducted Wednesday m. by Rev. Arthur Scro- um, 'pastor of the Living Stone hurch of the Brethren. Inter- lent will be in Mt. Tabor Ceme- ery at Spring Gap. Conrad Lochner LONACONING—Conrad Lochner, 3, Furnace Street, died early this icrning at Sacred Heart Hospital, umberland. He had been a patent for the past four weeks. A native of Lonaconing, he was son of the late John and'Mary Fratz) Lochner. His wife, Mrs. ell (Hamilton) Lochner, died nine ears ago. He was formerly em- loyed by the Cumberland-West- rnport Transit Company. He is survived by three sons ohn'Lochner, of here; Arthur •, University ~ Park, and Hamilton Lochner, Valparaiso outh America, and a daughter Irs. Joseph Duckworth, at home The .body will .be at the Boal 'uneralHome in Westernport. Mrs. Simeon Whiteman LONACONING—Mrs: May Hattie Dilfer) Whiteman, 57, of Beech- Plans Rummage Sale The ESCS of. La Vale Methodis Church will hold a rummage sale tomorrow from 7 to 9 p. m. in th< basement of Centre Street Meth odist Church. Watchman Retires BANGOR, Mich. Wl—The coming of street lights payed streets anc policemen have cost one man his job. He is Murray Hurlbut, wh for 39 of his .75 years had "been night watchman in this town o 1,694. "•-.; This Adull Training WiH Help You— .it Conqut*. F»ar * Dvvclop S»H-Conf'n)«nc« * Spank (fftctivaly * S«ll YourjeH and ld«a» * |ncr*au Earning Powtr + B« A Laadar * Deal Socctufully With Paopla Ofttrad by th« Baltimore Institute 12 West Madison Street (ft«tween Charlej and Cothedrol 5H.) BALTIMORE 1, MD. Cumber/and Headquarter*: CENTRAL Y.M.C.A. CUMBERLAND, MD. Telephone: PArkview 4-5445 Mary'i Clteneri ii now Equipped la handla all your CUaning Naadil We'va initollad n«w Equipment to Car* for— White Clothes Ask About Our • SCHOOL SPECIAL CASH and CARRY Wa Alio Do- Cleaning and Hand Finishing. 'SPECIAL \ HOUR , Dry Cleaning SERVICE Call For and Deliver At NO EXTRA Cost Mary's Cleaners 157 N. Mechanic St. PHONE PA 2-2040 Benjamin K. Dean Benjamin R. Dean, 61, former resident, died Saturday at his iome in Ironton, Ohio. A native of this city, he was son of the. late George W. and S&llie C. Dean. He is survived by his widow Mrs. Benjamin Dean; two sons Robert and Kenneth Dean, both at home; a sister, Mrs. Nellie Wolford, this city, and a brother, Clif- r ord Dean, also, of this city. Services will be conducted to morrow in Ironton. Welch Services Services for .Iskel F. Welch, 54 of 18 Johnson Street, Ridgeley, who died Saturday at the Weeks Nursing Home in Oakland, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Right Funeral Home by Rev. Cornelius B. Davis, pastor of Seconc Baptist Church. Interment will be in Mt. Herman Cemetery. The body is at the funeral home Bosley Services KEYSER — Services for Mrs Mary Susan Bosley, 65, wife o Albert Rosser Bosley, who dice Saturday at her. nome here, will be conducted tomorrow at 1:30 p m. at.the Rogers Funeral Hom< by Rev. 0. R. Whitkey, pastor o the Assembly of God Church. In terment will be in the Dulin; Cemetery. Mrs. Ernest Yoder • GRANTSVILLE - Services fo Mrs. Lena (Bender) Yoder, 51 wife of Ernest Yoder, Salisbury Pa., who died Thursday at Meyers dale Community Hospital, wer conducted Saturday at the Mapl Glen Church near here by Rev Ivan Miller. Interment was in th church cemetery. jty Confirms ^our Officers ; Four men were confirmed by the layor and Council today as regu- ar members of the Police Department. ' ^ The four, who have completed jeir probationary period and been onfirmed by Civil. Service, are \ari F. Muller. James A. SwannJ ames J. Mason and James E. lorris. Council moved to introduce an rdinance November 21 for the urbing, guttering and otherwise mproving Michigan Avenue from n unnamed street .one block east f its intersection with Laing Lane o its intersection with Edgevale \venue. The distance would be ,000 feet. Residents of the street be heard at the November 21 iceting. ' _•. John J. Idoni, 9 South Allegany treet,'was granted a license for doni Auto Sales.: (used cars) at 48 'North Mechanic Street. Water consumption for the week nding: yesterday was 81,190,000 ailons compared to 96,580,000 the ame period a year ago, council vas told by C. L. Brotemarkle, Assistant superintendent of Evitts Jreek Water Company. The water evel at Lake Gordon is;l foot 5 nches below the crest of the spillway, and at Lake Koon 5 feet 8 inches below. . ; wood Street, died .yesterday at Miners Hospital, Frostburg. A native of Lonaconing, she was daughter of Mrs. Frank Dilfer and the late Frank Dilfer. Besides her mother, she is survived by her husband, Simeon Whiteman; ' two daughters, Mrs. Katherine Clapper, Bedford, Pa., and .Mrs. Edna Ternent, of here; hree sons, James and Paul Whiteman, both of here,' and William Whiteman, Frostburg: three sisters, Mrs. Alice Fitzwater, Oak- and; Mrs. Minnie Herbert, West ernport, and Mrs.. Helen Craze, Cumberland; a brother, William Dilfer, of here, and 12 grandchildren. The body will remain at the resi dence until noon Wednesday when .. will be taken to the Pentecostal Church,' Front Street, for service at 2 p. m. Rev. Everett Hunt, pas tor, will officiate, and interment Park.. be in Frostburg Memorial William F.' Shatiholtz ROMNEY — William F. Shanholtz, 72, was found dead in bed yesterday at his home here. A native of Hampshire County, he was a son of the late Jacob and Sarah (Ruckman) Shanholtz. He was a retired employe of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. A service will be conducted to morrow at the McKee Funera Home in Augusta by Rev. Russel Burgess., Interment will be at Hill crest Burial Park, Cumberland. Rohrbaugh Services MAYSVILLE —Services for Ga briel B. Rohrbaugh, 98, who died Saturday at his home neaT- here will be conducted tomorrow at 2 r . m. at the Union Church at Jor dan Run by Rev. Lester Goldizen Interment will be in the famil cemetery on Jordan Rtin. The body will remain at the Schaeffer Funeral Home here unti noon tomorrow. A native of Salisbury, she was daughter of the late Christian an da (Hershberger) Bender. .Sh vas a member of the Conservativ \Iennonite Church of Casselm'an. Besides her husband, she is sur r ived by three sons, Richard B Bender, Gettysburg Seminary )avid H. Bender and Omar G Sender, both at home; five daugh :ers, Miriam Irene. \ Ida Idella Eleanor Amanda, Treda Elizabetr and Deliah Rosemaria Bender, a at home; three brothers, Floy Bender, Omar Bender, both o Salisbury, and Harvey Bende Bittinger, and four sisters, Mr Floyd Miller and Mrs. Ivan Milk both of Grantsville, and Mrs. Oma Maust and Mrs. Simon Beach} both of Salisbury. Mrs. Lena Kisamore • PARSONS—Mrs. Lena Kisamor 66, died Saturday at her horn icre. . Born at Franklin, a daughter c :he late John W. and Susann (Clayton) Compton, she had re'sl ed'here since 1923. Her husban< Benjamin Kisamore, preceded hi in death. Mrs. Kisamore was-' member of Belington Presbyteria Church., Surviving are three sons, Ea EAR-AID (Copyright and PaK Applied For) THE NATURAL WAY TO EAR-AID Kisamore, Hubbard, Ohio; Denn Kisamore, Hopemont, and Dice ••"-^^»™"™«" Three Charged For Shooting "" EDGEWATER, Md. tfl - Anne Arundel County police said yesterday three Negroes will 1 be charged today in the fatal shooting of Alexander Kelly, 36-year-old Negro of Lothian, Md. Officers, said all those to be charged live in Drury, Anne Arun- .die County., Two were seized at Drury and another in Upper Marl- ooro, Prince Georges County, over the weekend. A fourth man picked up in Washington was released. Kelly was shot during an argu ment in Lothian Oct. 29, investigators said, and his body thrown into the Patuxent River. The body was found in a Lothian sewer Saturday. A slicker keeps you in trim on rainy days or trims you any old day. •j::K CASH L 0 A N S TODAY! 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