Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO EVENING MIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for » WANT AD Taker County Board Informed Of State Rate The Allegany County Board of Commissioners was notified today . that the stale tax rale for Ihc calendar year of 1956 on real and personal property will be 10.5 cents per $100 of assessable basis This is s decrease from the 11-cent rate in effect for the cur rent year. The notification was signed by Joseph O'C. McCusker of the state comptroller's office. The notice is sent each year so the commissioners will. have the rate in plenty of time io include it in their tax "levy set in April , The county collects the state tax simultaneously with county taxes A petition was received from a group of residents of District 13 in the Mt. Savage area in which they requested repairs be made .to about eight-tenths of a mile of a mountain road which they have to use. The request was turned over to J. Walker Chapman,.county roads supervisor, for investigation. Letters were, also received by 'the board from Anthony Saeli,'secretary of the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce, and U. S. Sen. John Marshall Butler in which the commissioners were thanked for a letter of appreciation sent them by the board in connection .with the .new industry at Mt. Savage. .'. '- (Continued from Page 13) Hardesty,.RD 1, and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Broadwater, RD 2, and Mrs. Blanche Pease, RD 1. . -The ^body .is at the residence where services will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Interment will be in the Moon Cemetery near '..:''.Bethlehem,, Garrett County. r :, James M. Waybright .. '..PAW PAW — James M. Way. bright, 57, died yesterday in Col. ' umbus, Ohio. .;' . Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Kathryn .(Ketterman) Waybright, three sons and three daughters. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. hv at Mt. Union Christian Church near here and interment will be in /the church Cemetery. . Waitmah E. Bolyard ;. ROWLESBURG — Waitman Elza •.Bolyard, 75, died Wednesday at his home near here. '..•'• ..',•' A life-long resident of this area, he was a son of the late Richard and Mary (Ridenour) : Bolyard. A retired farmer, he was preceded in ''.' death by his' wife, Mrs. Virginia '.. (Bowman) Bolyard. Surviving are a son, Glen C. Bol;'yard, Washington, and two daugh : - lers, Mrs. F. E. Fraley; who resided next door to her father, and Mrs.. John. Rittenhouse, -Fairmont. . The body is at the Fraley residence. where ; services ^vere^c ducted this afternoon by Rev. Aria F. Shbmo. Interment'was in Mt Israel Cemetery near Fcllowsville Miss Lucy A. Friddie AUGUSTA — Miss Lucy Anna Friddie, 85, died Wednesday at the home of a sister, Mrs. Mary Doman. ' "Surviving are three brothers, John Friddie, Shanks; Dice Friddie,' Capon Bridge, and James Friddie, Mt. Savage, Md., and another sister, Mrs, Louise Bowman, • .Mt. Savage. Services were conducted this 'afternoon at Ebenezer Methodist : Church and interment was in the 'church. •.- Mrs. Elby S. Ralston Mrs. Carrie E. Ralston, 5R, wife .of Elby S. Ralston, Baltimore, for- jmer residents, died Monday. , ' i Surviving, besides her husband, are a. son, Paul Ralston, Keyset 1 ; ..vfour daughters, Mrs. Joseph Skelley and Mrs. James L. King, .both •of this city, and Mrs. Joseph Sojka ^and Mrs. Calvin McDonald, both ,of Baltimore, 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services and interment look ; place yesterday in Baltimore. > Codire Funeral •. PIEDMONT —. A requiem mass for Patrick F. Cdire, 79, who died yesterday at'his home, 130* West : Fairview Street, will be celebrated tomorrow at 9:30 s. m. at St. .-.Peter's Catholic Church, Wcstcrn- ;' port; by Rev. George Pugh, assistant pastor. Interment will be in . the:parish cemetery. ''• The' body is at the residence •where the rosary will be recited .today at 8 p. m. Churchill, Ltd., Entertains .For Liquor Dealers Approximately 200 persons, mosl of them Allegany County retail liquor dealers, , were guests of Churchill, Ltd., 'of Baltimore, one of Maryland's leading distributors, at its tenth anniversary showing of Christmas packages at the Fort Cumberland Hotel last night. In charge of the cocktail pa-'ty, buffet and demonstration were Richard Rohlfs, field manager for Churchill; Mrs. -Wilma Clark, formerly of Cumberland, Churchill sales administrator; Joseph Wyatt, House of Heublein; Clarence Niner, Echo Springs and Melrose distillers; Joe Mellendick, former Georgetown athlete and major league baseball star, representing Renfield Importers, Ltd., distributor . of Gordon Gin and other products; Hal Steers, area manager for Brown-Forman (Early Times and King); Paul Hope, Taylor' Wine Company, and Harold K. (Casey) Skidmore, Allegany County representative of Churchill. Local Student Member Of College Play Cast Ray E. Vernall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vernall of 403 Avirett Avenue, will play the part of Primus in the production of Karel Capek's drama "Rossum's Universal Robots" at Indiana (Pa.)' State Teachers College, today and tomorrow. . . ' Vernall, a freshman in the ISTC music- education .department, is a member of the Men's Glee Club^ Newman Club Choir, ROTC Band, College Marching Band, and is •reshman representative to- the Music'Council.'.- AHS Class Of 1931 To Meet 6ii Monday A meeting of the Allegany High ichool, Class of 1931," 'will 'be, held Monday night'at- 8 o'clock <at : the !lks Club on South Centre Street. Plans .will be furthered for'the 25th reunion of .the class to be leld'riext June. Air members of :he class are asked to attend the meeting. V ">•'''• ''"'•' University Women's Directors To Meet The ••board of. directors of the Cumberland Branch of American Association of University Women will meet tomorrow at 11 a.m. li Happy Hills Restaurant. The board will hold an open meeting January 11, replacing the club's general meeting for that month. ADVERTISEMENT Good Man to Know at This Season ED BURNS If you don't already know this man, you should. As the Friendly, cheerful manager of Aetna Finance Co., he likes to "make folks' happy with extra cash wherrrheyneed it. • "I- like folks", he said, 'and wont everyone here and n nearby towns to see me if they could use $50 to $1500 cash." Any steadily employed person may get money from Aetna, for. shopping, personal expenses, bills or other purpose. The Aetna "Bill-Payer" plan provides ample cash o consolidate bills and reduce payments. Fast, while- you-wait service is another, Aetna feature. Those wishing to use .this service, phone or see the Aetna office, 48 N. Centre St., Dial. PA 4-5800. .(Loans, over $300 made under Md. Industrial Finance Act.) 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