Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 21, 1955 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, November 21, 1955
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\ Dial PA-2'4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES/ CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1955 FIFTEEN -.- Stiident Wins r.-"\. •• • • •. , * . i Patricia Kerns ; ISainecl :*Vpice-: Of Democracy* • ' '"AV* '-' ' '"''• _ v •.•'-'. •• • .' County- Wide Winner Patricia'Kern's, of ; Allegah'y High School,; has- been -judged winner 'of the cqurity^ide "Voice of Democracy"; speech contest in cbrripeti- tioof yesterday. Three runnersup were designat- ed.fbj^the- judges who did not know identity of the speakers until the contest was completed. There were 11 -contestants^ designated by number j'only. •-. The contest is sponsored by ;:the. Junior Association of Commerce. f •;•.".'•" " '. . ...-. • • • \,' Donald , A; ^Workman, chairman of ijheiy jjaycee,. committee for the pro ject^said-' that Joan Robinson Ga;rfitz:;qfsTort'HiU : High School was 'the'-iifst'.runnerup. Second ruiinerup was JRoberta Lashley, representing Mt. Savage High School,: arid, third .runnerup was Nohna. Jea'n Llewellyn, Bruce High ATl:'.-ipyr;-:bf the' .top. contestants . .'ill-.receiye trophies '• and Allegany Higlii;School-Will "get-,to ke'ep the '-••"SVixijjijjg ^p for;a year.'.Fort ^•"-•---i held:it;ittie'vpast 19o4 v wihrier; ; :He went ;6ri''to Aviri the state championship. Miss Kerns will compete against other Maryland local -winners in Baltimore early in December for the" state title. ..' *' The county victor is a senior at Allegany. A member-of the National Honor Society, she is underclass editor of- the AUegewi, school yearbook; .president of the orches tra and'choir, vice president of the-.French Club, and is a member of. both the Cumberland Civic Symphony Orchestra and. the Cumberland. Choral Society. Judges were R. Bowen Hardesty, p r e s i d e h t of Frostburg State Teachers College; : William H. Eisenberger, manager, of - radio station WDYK,.where the contest was he}d, and Dr.. Elizabeth At- wate'f of the faculty of Potomac State College in Keyser. Othercontestants were Nora-Ann Egan, St. : Mary's High School; Sally Anne McGreevy, Catholic Girls Central High School; Elaine Bingaman, Ursuline Academy; Frances .Erode, Beall High School, Frostburg; Walter McKenzie, Valley High S c ho o 1, Lonaconing; Charlotte Hout, Flintstone High School, and Georgia Wolfe, Oldtown High School. Shooting Of Funkhouser Son Declared Accidental CENTREVILLE W — Dr.. W. H. Fischer, Queen Annes County medical examiner, 'has ruled that the fatal shooting Saturday of 12-year- fep.ld Joseph Lee Smallwood while iuck, hunting was .accidental. -..;•', The'boy was the foster- son of industrialist' R. • J. 'Funkhouser. He .vas shot' by a 13-year-old com- ianion,' L'awson Hockman, while lunting from a blind on Funkhous- »r'.s Pioneer Point Farm near here Old age is revered in China. \Iantie And Ike Send Letter To Local Girl Noreeh Corrigan, 13, daughter, of Ir. ~and Mrs. ' David ID 5, Braddock Road, has receiv- d a thank, you letter from Presi' ent and Mrs. Eisenhower for a etter of sympathy which she sent the /President Awhile, he was in Fitzsimmons; Army Hospital at )enver. with a heart attack. WINJ ORATORY: CpNTEST-Uviiss Patricia Kerns, 17, daughter of. ...Mr...and Mrs"'. Ivan Kerns, 626.Frederick Street, won the Voke'bf Democracy'contest, yesterday'in competition with ten other high "school students" from Allegany County schools. The event was sponsored by the .Cumberland Junior Association of Commerce. Miss Kerns is a senior at Allegany High School and will compete in the state finals at Baltimore in December. (Continued from Page 13) 1 Mrs.. John-E. We'tzel Sr., 107 Baltimore Sfreet , • '. The body is at the residence. Mrs. Maria Robisoii •'.•'-' EVERETT, Pa. — Mrs.' Marie Robison, 82, Artemas, Pa., died yesterday at Bedford County Memorial Hospital. • ' : A native of Mann Township, Bedford County, she was a daugh- :er of the late J.ames and Matilda (Barnes) Wigfield. Her husband, Silas Robison, died in 1945. ...-' She is survived by-three sons, Herman N. and Kelly Robison, both of Cumberland; and Lester J. Robison, Ellicott City; five daughters, Mrs. Lulu Barnes, Mrs. Nellis Smith and Mrs. Allie Clingerman, all of Artemas; and Mrs. ,Luvada Miller and Mrs. Mary 0. Robison, both of Arternas; .18 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Services will be conducted Wednesday .at 11 a.m. Christian Church by at Fairview Rev. Walter W. Twigg, pastor. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The body will be at the residence. '' Miller Services A requiem high mass will be celebrated for Mrs. Mary Ellen Miller, : 93, 'who died Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. J. Leo Dougherty, Ridgeley, tomorrow at'-9:30 a. m. at St. Anthony's Catholic Church. Ridgeley. Inter ment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Mt. Savage. The body is'at the home of Mrs. Dougherty, where the rosary. will bo recited today-at 7:30 p: m. Mrs. Thomas Martin PIEDMONT — Mrs. Geh'evieve Martin, 58, wife of Thomas Martin of 250 West- Fairview Street, diec yesterday at her 'home. She had been in ill health since August. A native of Westernport, she was a daughter of the late Patrick and Margaret (Lee) Curran. She was a member of St. Peter's Catholic . Church, Westernport, the church's Sodality, and Auxiliary Unit 52, Kelly-Mansfield American Legion Post. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Miss Mary Margaret Martin, at hime; a son Staff Sgt. John A. Martin, Boiling Field, Washington; two sisters Mrs. Ruel Roberts, Westernport and Mrs. John O'Brien, Piedmont and a brother, Joseph Curran. The body is at the Fredlock Funeral Home where the Sodality will recite the rosary today a 8 p.m. The Legion Auxiliary wil conduct a service today at 7 p.m A requiem mass -will be cele brated tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. a St. Peter's Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Pearl Flemming FROSTBURG— Mrs. Pearl (Han sell .Flemming, a former resident died November 9 at her home ii Van Buren, Ind. She was a daughter of the lab Solomon and Naomi (Chancy) Han sel, formerly of Frostburg. She is survived by her husband John Flemming; a, son, Marior Flemming; a brother, Morgan W Hansel, Rockville. Md.: a nephew The Corrigan-girl has rheumatic ever.arid has been a cardiac pa- lent cared for, by the AUegany Bounty ' Heart; „' Association am Mclaughlin's Rites Tuesday In Charleston pent a summer at a cardiac canip t' triangle,-Wa.y through the aid f the local,association. '.,-'- • The 71-year-old -veteran state official died late yesterday in King's Daughters Hospital at Martinsburg after.being stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage Friday in '% his Martinsburg hotel room. Albert Miller. Frostburg, and s'ev- iral grandchildren. .Joseph L..Kexirode PETERSBURGr-Joseph. Leonard Rexrode, 93, retired, school teacher, died yesterday at, 4he. King "Ch'nic iere.. He was admitted, to the .linic .last" month - after sustaining a broken hip in a fall and had been iedfast since that time. v V A former '"member of the West 'irginia Legislature, Mr.. Rexrode vas-'.superintendent of : schools in Grant county for. : 16Vyears Before lis retirement./ ' . .- .-/.-, ....He injured his.hip when .he. fell October -.5 at. Tiaf home while" pre- g' to make a 1 trip to Florida vliere he spent his winter vaca- ibns. Mr. Rexroad owned a large arm near Petersburg- where he pent his final years following re- irement' about 25 years ago as a eacher ' supervisor in county ichools. A son of the late Leonard and Mary (Hoover) Rexrode, he was a native Virginia^ but resided in West Virginia most of his life. . Mr. Rexrode was a member of the Lehmansville, W. Va.; Evangelical United Brethren Church. He is survived by two daughters, rs. Eva King, Orlando, Fla., and Mrs.; Spessard,- Smithsburg, Md and a brother, Charles R. Rexrode; Petersburg. His wife, the former Alice Lehman of Petersburg, died in 1937. Services will" be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the .United Brethren Church. Lahinansville, by Rev. H. Frederick Edge, pas:or. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The body .will remain at .the Schaeffer Funeral Home until noon Wednesday when it- will be taken ;o the church. Mrs. Bessie Whitacre Mrs. ^Bessie Whitacre, of 22 Laing Avenue, died at noon todaj at Sacred Heart Hospital. She was admitted to the." hospital on Saturday. Kreger Services Service for Mrs. Frances Eliz abeth Kreger, 76, who'died Satur day afternoon at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Betty E.- Stitcher 504 Columbia Avenue, will be con ducted tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the Right Funeral Home Rev. Raymond "B.. Faulds Jr. pastor ''of -Zion Evangelical anc Reformed Church wil conduct final rites at 3 p. m. at the Jersey Cem etery at Confluence. About 65 per cent of the fami lies in the United States own auto mobiles. .With..him was his son, Col. ameV ;K. McLaughlin, coirimand- Kenneth Shelley Highly Praised Electronics Technician First Class Kenneth Shelley. 32, a veteran of 14 years in the United States Navy and the son of Mr. and Mrs. CHARLESTON. • W. Va. tfi-The 7. C. Shelley, Grand Avenue, re- body, of James Elaine McLaughlin, \Vest Virginia's -commissioner 'of agriculture, was returned here today from Martinsburg. ceived two letters of commendation in recent ceremonies at the Charlottesville, Va., Naval Reserve Station, in recognition of his three years of service as station keeper, instructor and maintenance technician for the reserve electronics unit station .there. The ceremonies signalled his de-j parture for Naval Officers Candi-' date School at Newport, Rhode Island, where he is now taking a rig officer of West Virginia's Air 1C- weeks course of'study that will; Circle Meets Today The Hutcheson-Ludman Circle of First Presbyterian Church will meet today at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Edward D. Finan, 201 Cumberland Street. Plan Bake Sale The Drill Team of Cumberland Council 100, Daughters of America, will hold a. bake sale Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Singer Sewing Center. Woman Injured >/ ••• •'-•.•< v ^irs. Willett . frawk; • 73, of ?302 Bedford Street, was' admitted; to Sacred Heart Hospital at noon, 'today when she sustained t. hip injury in a. fall at home. X-rays were taken and her condition was reported as "good." •'..•' Meeting Tomorrow ..The Bowling Green Homemakers Club will meet tomorrow at 1 p.m. at St. Matthew's Reformed Church. National Guard. Col. McLaughlin returned to liarleslon last night. He said his oday. The family home is at near- iy Big Chimney. Funeral services culminate in his being commissioned a lieutenant (j.g.). During his tour of duty at Char-jj ather's body would be brought to lottesviUe, die^veteran^Nav}' career he Barlow-Bonsall mortuary here -"—-•--> -•-- "-- *-- man attended the University Virginia and received his B. will ot S. degree in education ' after three at- "jlycars and two months of study, at-vj mil ~i til -*T • .m.. Tuesday in St. Marks Meth- jdist Church here. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. McLaughlin, : who was nearing he end of tliis 23rd consecutive ear-, as agricultilre commissioner, vas reportedly in Martinsburg in connection with the possible sale of orchard interests he owned in he Eastern Panhandle. He was elected to the first of his iix four-year terms as agriculture commissioner when the ;wept into control [overrsrnent in 1932. Gov. Marland said last night that he people of the state "have suf-j ered a- great loss." The vacancy created by the commissioner's dlath is subject to be- ng filled by a gubernatorial appointment for the une'xpired term. A new commissioner, to take of- Ice in January 1957,. is to be lected in the 1956 general election. The; illness had left him para- yzed along his right side. Early Sunday he lapsed into a coma, Death came shortly before 6 p. m. McLaughlin organized the West Virginia Farm Bureau in :1920 and served as its executive secretary until 1927. •Shelley entered the,.Navy in 1941 j and served five years of. sea duty | during World War. II, in both the European and Pacific Theaters. In 1946 he entered naval reserve! training administration . work and i went to Charlottesville in 1952. Shelley's wife, Violet Marie and! their two sons. Kenneth; 8, andi Mark C., 4, reside at 247 Virginia Avenue. •"--.-..' he DemocratsjCoiinty Cadet In of the state /-« Ring Ceremony Cadet J. Paul Landis, son of Mr and Mrs. Myron S. Landis, 8l5i Bedford Street, will be among the 152 second ' classmen at Virginia! Military Institute who will takej part in the colorful VMI Ring! Figure this Friday, at Lexington, j " ' He will escort Miss Marilyn j List Winners Bank Contest Winners in the contest held in conjunction with the opening of the new quarters of the Second National Bank were selected this morning at a brief ceremony, in the lobby of the building. The names were selected, by Mayor Roy W. Eves and passed to Joseph M. Naughton, bank president, who made the announcement. Winners were: Mrs. Emma Lenhart, 16 Balti more Street, 21-inch television set; Miss Geraldine Wilson. 721 Columbia .Avenue, rotisserie; Edward Atney, 212 Laing Avenue, electric mixer set; Mrs. Carrie Matthews Corriganville, portable mixer, and Imogent Caudill. Ill Wood Street, Frostburg, clock-radio. The winners, Naughloh said, wil be officially notified by mai^, adding. taht presentation of the letter at the bank will serve as identifi- Dawn Baldwin. 32 Pennsylvania) Avenue, a sophomore at-Frostburgj State Teachers College. : ! The ring ceremony, during which) the second classmen receive their class rings from their dates, is one of the highlights of the Thanksgiving weekend. It follows the annual football game Thanksgiving between VMI and VPI in Roanoke. cation. New '56 Dodga holds mort official AAA records for performonc* rhan oil other can combined I Jurnthe hf^ push a button... GET THE FEEL OF SUCCESS! ; Tb«'^l'«pc'Tonch of Toworrow New '56 Dodge invades the low-price field wUhlhe only /all- .-.ttyled, fulljashioned KING SIZE CAR ... in a full choice of body styles! . • • . ..-.''..':'. ' " See.and drive omof these maijnifieentJDodge Coronets.. :. • You'll get the feel of success in Dodge Magic Touch push- 'button'driving. -".'., ; ".: - ^ r . You'll discover .what .it's like to step up from small cars— ; step out in style, comfort and roominess no car'near itt prict can match! . . . -.-' • ,. .. 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