Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 14, 1955 · Page 16
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, November 14, 1955
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD-, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Car Crash Fatal To Football Fan : GREEISfSBURG, Pa. Ub — Tw cars — one carrying a group c football fans home from a liig school game — collided late Sal urday night on Route 180 in Pen Township, Westmoreland county Jailing one man and injuring seven Eugene, Lind, 28, of Sagamore an Armstrong county community was killed instantly. He was in an auto driven by Jack Troup, 23 also of Sagamore. Troup was criti cally injured. Woman Dies . ' (Continued from Page 9) slippery and she lost control of the vehicle, causing the mishap. :. Mrs. Brunner is being treated for injuries to the left side of her ' face, mouth any lip. Her daughter is being treated for brush burns about the face and a laceration of the right eye. • 'Two residents of near Paw Paw were admitted to Sacred Heart Hospital last night with injuries sustained in an auto accident on Martins Mountain east of here. -Admitted to the hospital were 'Walter Leo Condry, who suffered torn ligaments and will require surgery, and Eleanor Condry, 26 who sustained a broken left hanc ••and was in severe shock. Condry according to police, attempted to pass a tractor-.trailer and after getting around the vehicle met oncoming traffic. They were listec 'as' "good" this morning. . v As Condry went back into his lane of traffic, he apparently lost "control of the car which hit an embankment, rolled over on its top'and skidded along the highway for about 50 feet. :. Trooper Lynwood Clark invest!' gated the mishap which occurred about 7:50 p. m.: / .',; Clarence Bloorhfield. 23, of Bal- •tjrriore,: sustained head: and chest injuries when his car went out of control on Route 40 arid crashed on Town Hfll Saturday. He was admitted to Sacred Heart Hospital : where his condition .this morning was reported as good. State Police said he was apparently traveling at a high rate of speed, failed to make a curve in the. road and plunged over an embankment. An-Oakland woman. Miss Betty ;Kitzniiller, sustained a broken right ;hip and broken pelvis when the car', in which she was riding crashed near.Oakland. • . T/c. Robert Henline, of the Maryland State Police, who investigat- ed.the mishap on Saturday, said 'the accident. occurred when a car driven by Thomas M. Estes;' of Alexandria, ,Va., was traveling at a high rate of speed, went out of control/on a curve, and ran off the highway. " '•''• Miss Kitzmtller was thrown from the vehicle. She was taken to Gar- ;.rett : County Memorial. Hospital, '' Oakland. Emmanuel Methodist Plans Supper, Bazaar '/ . ••••••• '.••;• . The W.S.C.S. of Emmanuel Methodist Church, Humbird Street, will hold a pork and kraut supper and bazaar in the social hall of the church tomorrow from 5:30 to 8 "p. m. ; Wiley Ford PTA .Meeting Tomorrow The Wiiey Ford School Parent- Teacher Association will meet at 1 the school tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. '.Refreshments will be served. "--Teachers will be in their home .rooms from 7 to 7:30. The executive committee will meet at 7 "o'clock. . PTA To Meet <«! The Piney Plains PTA will meet today at 7:30 p. m. at the school. -A voting machine demonstration will be given by William A. Wil• son, president of the 'Board of »''Election Supervisors. Rheumatism-Arthritis ';>' NEURITIS—SCIATICA -Relief from those torturing pains or no charge. An absolute proven ••remedy. Only one trip required. "Disabled persons may send a friend, 45 South Mt. Vernon Ave.. 500 ft off Route 40, Uniontown, Pa. T Office hours: Daily 10-6. Sunday 10-4. Permanently located .— Advertisement, Obituary (Continued from Page 9) was a daughter of the late Frank P and Mary (Ernest) Gilchrist. She and her husband celebrated Iheir golden wedding anniversary September 4. Mrs. Litzenburg was a member of Park Place Methodist Church, and since 1932 had been an active member of the Sewing Club of Memorial Hospital. Surviving, besides her husband, are a son, Tom V. Litzenburg, city: two brothers, Thomas E. 'ilchrist Sr., city; Raymond V. ilchrist, Utica, Mich.; two sisters. Mrs. .May Buley, Baltimore, and Miss Annie M. Gilchrist, Bedford, and two grandsons, Tom V: Litzen- >urg Jr., student at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., and C. David Litzenburg, stud- at Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Va. The body will be at the resid- :nce. Services will be conducted omorrow at 2 p. m. at the home vith Rev. Lome W. Burton, of Hancock Methodist Church, former minister of Park Place Methodist Church, officiating. interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. The family requests hat flowers be omitted. Pallbearers will be Russell Wagner, Brace E. Lee, Glen Wright, lecil Straw, Robert Thwaites and )onald Long. ''Mrs. Suzie J. Reeser Mrs. Suzie Jane Reeser, ( 8<f, of Oldtown, died this- morning in VIemorial Hospital where she had )een a patient a week. Born in Brunswick, she was a laughter of the late Alex and Hariett (Snyder) Howell. Mrs. Reeser eld membership in the United Brethren Church ar^Brownsville.' Surviving are four sons, George, David'and Amon Reeser, all of Akron, and Hairry..Reeser. Eikton; hree daughters, Mrs. Callie Henry nd Mrs. Annie Nixon, both of Oldtown, and Mrs.. Lena Conway, Eikton, and numerous grandchil- !ren; and great grandchildren. The body will remain at the Stein 'uneral Home. : ..;'• > Waller O'Bakcr Walter O'Baker, a native of Cumberland; died yesterday after- ioon in.a hospital in Akron., ; He is survived by a sister, Mrs. 31sie Keefer, Somerset, Pa.,, and brother, Leo O'Baker, city. A: requiem mass will : be cele- rale'd .Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.-at 1. Paul's Catholic'Church, Akron. Cowgill Services Services for Cecil p. 47, Wiley Ford, who died Cowgill, Saturday at his home, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the South Cumberland Assembly of God Churcli by Rev. Arthur Vespa. Interment will be in the Island 1 Hill Cemetery at Forks of Capon, W. Va. Active pallbearers, deacons of the South Cumberland Assembly of God Church, will be Norman D. White, Albert L. Ogden, Jesse J. Barkley, Howard J. Reckley, Herman S. Alhey and John D. Clard. Honorary pallbearers, deacons of the Cresaptdwn Full Gospel Assembly of God Church, will be Leo Albright, Gerald Phillips, Richard Grant, Harvey. Savior, Michael Mrs. Patience Miller, all of Ridgeley; Mrs. Jean Reeves, city; Mrs. Mary Sine, Levels, W. Va., and Mrs. Edith Grayson, Quantico, Va.; two brothers, Jacob Malone, RD'2, Keyser, and Heiskell Malone, Oak: land; a sister, Mrs. Sallie Broonie, Fort /-shby; 47 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The body is at the George Funeral Home. The body will remain at the George Funeral Home, until noon tomorrow when it will be taken to Fort Ashby Methodist Church for services at '2 p.m. Rev. Alonzo Harmon, pastor, will officiate and interment will be in the family cemetery near Fort Ashby. • Pallbearers will be William E. and Michael Malone, Roy Allen, James and Jack Kesner and Robert Chase Jr. Wolford. Services PETERSBURG — Services for John Wolford, 80, who died Saturday at his home near Cabins, W. Stottlemyer, Richard- Morris and ya., will be conducted tomorrow at Jesse Arnold. The body is at the residence. Richard S. Swaner Richard S. Swaner, five-year-old son of Donald I. and Faith (Webb) Swaner, Dundalk, died yesterday n Johns Hopkins Hospital, .Baltimore, where he had-been a patient seven weeks.' He was a native of Cumberland. .•'..' Surviving, besides the parents, are a brother, Donald I. Swaner Jr., at home; his maternal grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Nile Webb, rjEagerstown; • paternal grandmother, Mrs. Edith Swaner, Ridgeley, and paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Alice Staniforth, this -city. The body is at the Hafer Funeral 'tone. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m. at Central Assembly of God Church by Rev; Frank J. Fratto, pastor, and interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. ' ':'' '.' Henry W. Malone Henry W. Malone, 75, Foii Ashby, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital. A native of Pattersons' Creek, he was a son of the late Michael and Alice (Alkire) Malone. He was 1 a retired carman's . helper for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, and a member of the Methodist Church. • .. •'-. - Surviving are his widow, ; "Mrs. Sallie. (Haines) Malone; six sons, Clarence M., Charles H.. '. John. D. and Ralph G. Malone, all of Fort Ashby; Van M. Malone, RD 4, city, and Marshall K. Malone, Nashville, Tenn;; nine daughters, :-Mrs. Irene Kesner and Mrs. Eva -Riley, both of .Fort Ashby; Miss Dbrothy Malone, Baltimore: Mrs: : Hazel Kesner, Mrs. Virginia: Davis and Mrs. Ella Burke Mrs. Ella Burke, 81, died yes- :erday at her home, 234 Columbia Street. Born in Kingsville, W. Va., a daughter of the late Matthew and Ann (Brady) Davis, she was the last surviving member of that family. Mrs. Burke was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, the Sodality of the par- Enter Today at GURLEY'S 123 S. LIBERTY ST. CUMBERIAND, MO. IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR 1955 CHRISTMAS CLUB MEMBERS If you* want to receive a full check for 1955, be sure your Christmas Club is paid in full on *' • • ' •.. • or before November 151 CUIMHIAW M*ml»f M t . IONACONIN0 1 l Ini. Cerp. M«mh«r Fed. *«i»rv« Syittm 2 .p. m. in trie North Fork Mennonite Church by Rev. David Wampler and Rev. S. J. Benner. Interment will be in the Riggleman Cemetery. The body will remain at the Schaeffer Funeral Home here until taken to the church. ish and the League of the Sacred Heart. Surviving are two sons, Joseph and Sylvester Burke, both of this city; three daughters, Mrs. Charles Brinker, Baltimore, and Misses Gertru*de and Lorena Burke, at home, and four grandchildren. The body is at the residence. A requiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 9 a.m. at St.. Pat rick's Church and interment' will be in the parish cemetery. Mrs. Nellie Hamilton FROSTBURG-Mrs. Nellie (Jones) Hamilton, 68, Zihlman, ital died yesterday at Miners Hospita here. ' . She was a daughter of William and Sarah (Downton) Jones. Her husband, Robert Hamilton, preceded her in death. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John Conrad, Frostburg, and Mrs. Harry Keister, Midlothian; a son, Clarence Hamilton, at home; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Winchester Road; Mrs. Minnie Black, Barberton, Ohio, and Mrs. Annie Williams, Frostburg; a brother, George Jones, Frostburg; nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The body will remain at the Hafer Funeral Home here until mcrici j/unci ai nuiiie iicic uu- . . noon tomorrow when it will be f °, on tomorrow when it will be taken to the Allegany Methodist Church for services at 2 p. m. by Rev. Wilbur H. Grose, pastor. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Arthur and John Blank, George Donius, John Rice, John Williams and George Shumake. •' • • . Mrs. Clementine Lacey "WESTERNPORT — Mrs. Clementine Lacey, 79, of Baltimore, a former resident, died last night in Shady Nook Nursing Home where she had been a patient since April 10. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kooken, she had resided in Baltimore 50 years? Her husband, James Lacey, preceded her in death. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Roxie Crawford, Westernport, and brother, Louis Kooken, Elk Garden. 1 The body will be at the Fredlock Funeral Home, Piedmont, on Wednesday. A requiem mass will be celebrated Thursday morning at St Peter's Catholic Church here with interment in Philos Cemetery. John Labcr John Laber, 80, of 100 Independence . Street, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient five weeks. A native of Eckhart, he was a son of the late John and Margaret (Gladhart) Laber. He was a retired Celanese employe and had resided in Cumberland 45 years. His. wife, Mrs. Anna E. Laber, died last July 19. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Bessie Myers, city; two sons. Louis Laber, city, and Elmer Laber, Frostburg; four grandchildren and three, great-grandchildren. '.'.-.The body is at the Kight Funeral Home where services will be conducted Wednesday at. 2 p.m. by Re$'. Dr. Hixon T,- Bowersox, pastor of St. Paul's. Lutheran Church. .Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. The usual railroad hopper car holds' 60 tons of coal, but super cars, now on the raps hold more than 100 tons. Green Ridge Trainee Held For Murder CATONSV1LLE MP) — Edward Marcionette,' 17-year-old Fairland, Md., youth accused of slaying a University of Maryland student was in Spring Grove State Hospital today after breaking a window in the Prince Georges County Jail and cutting his, wrists. Prince Georges Sheriff J. Lee Ball said the brooding youth who has spurned the help of. a lawyer retained by his father, either tried to escape or tried to take his life. He was seized by attendants at the jail almost immediately after he broke the jail window late Saturday night. State's Atty. Blair Smith said Marcionette cut himself only slightly. The youth, whose record of housebreakings and auto thefts runs back over a 4-year period, was arrested Saturday at a downtown Washington hotel after Richard E. Gibson of Leetohia, Ohio, was fatally stabbed; Gibson gave chase to someone who had stolen .his car and was slabbed when he overtook the thief. : A taxicab driver who recognized a broadcast description as that of a fare he had picked up near thei scene of the stabbing provided thej tip which led to Marcionette's a'r-l rest. . ' "•'•.' •' Marcionette was committed : to the Maryland Training-School last April .but was transferred, to the Green Ridge • Forestry Camp, -in To Meet Wednesday Past Councilors Club 2 of Pride of Allegany Council. Daughters of America, will meet Wednesday at $Y). in. at the home'of Mrs. Agnes Cox, 518 Maryland Avenue. Local Student Named , Charles Wickard, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.. C. Wickard, 788 Fayette Street,, has been named publicity chairman for the senior/class at the University of Maryland... Election Tonight ' Officers will be elected at meeting of the .Allegany County Hairdressers and Cosmetologists today at 8 p. m. in Central YMCA. Hdmemakers To Meet The East Side Homemakers Club will meet today at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Willmettie 'Haller, 472 Goethe Street. Miss. Mary Wise, home demonstration agent, will discuss "Treatment of Floors and Walls." : . Corn Prices Decline CHICAGO (!fi— Heavy receipts of cash grain helped to depress corn prices at the opening on the Board of Trade today. Other cereals were down with corn. . Western Maryland last month- because of his "good adjustment." Privileges of .the forestry camp included visits home. 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