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Local •*• Comic* ' •;• Th* Netttpaper For The Horn* Mtmber Associated Press FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 Second Section Church To Lay Cornerstone Here Sunday Ceremony Scheduled For Trinity At 2 P.M.; |> Cost Fixed At §50,000 Ai cornerstone laying ceremony on the new educational bliilding at Trinity,Methodist Church will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m., ae- .cording to Rev. Louis P. Chastain, pastor. : The building, Rey. Mr. Chastain j stated, is 1 being erected on the foundation of the old Methodist- Episcopal Church, South, which was constructed in 1898. The new building will be of con- trete block and brick, have concrete floors and when completed will have two stories and a basement. The estimated cost of construction is $50,000, the pastor stated, adding that it will measure approximately 68 feet by 39 feet. The basement will house a dining room, kitchen, storage room and furnace room. Occupying the first floor will be a large room which will be used'for overflow attendance at services, the' room being connected to the sanctuary by a folding door; a choir room, prayer meeting room and rest rooms. On the second, floor of the new building will be an office, auditorium and classrooms, Rev.. -Mr., Chastain.said. •;..., .. ; ,: ' -v Russ H. Minter was the 'architect and Stanley Buckley-is the general contractor. ;-The -Beating work .will'be done by-R. : H; Lapp and Son; the cement work by Allen M. Sell and Son; 'electrical work by Glenn Wright.^arid; 'brick and cement block work.by Jesse F. Valentine' and' Sons. •';'',- ; ' ,'^; •'; : : Representatives' of- each .of the -.contractors will .attend 'the services, Rev. Mr. ,Chastain'said, as will Rev. Dr. Harry-.H. Marsh, Hagerstown, district superintend: ent of the Methodist Church. . Comprising the church's building committee are James H. Garland, chairman; David Watson, assistant, Dr. C. E. Durrett, C. W. Nickel, P. E. Nixon, Delbert Proudfoot, Alleaii Reuschell, Philip Reuschel, Oscar Swartley, Joseph Wagner and C. Glenn Watson. Rest Souse ErectedFor Train Crews » A new. : rest house .for Western Maryland Railway trainmen is'be- ing erected at Bowest, the western terminus of the railroad. -V^. R. E. WootersV'Elkins Division engineer,. reports' the George Hazelwood Company of this city is expected to complete work on the 40-foot-by 65-foot concrete .-block building this week. • The structure replaces an old improvised frame building used by train crews for resting and recreation while awaiting their train assignments back to Cumberland. The rest house is being built on Connellsville Street in Dunbar, Pa., and is located about 100 yards from the Bowest yards. The building has 212 cubicles or small compartments for beds where the trainmen and engine crews can sleep and rest until they FORT HILL HIGH QUEENS—Seven of-Fort Hill High School's • "Miss Football" are shown on the float on which they, circled the field at yesterday's traditional football garne between the Fort Hill and Allegany High School elevens. Prom left to right.are Julianne Kelly, attendant; Martha Catlett, who reigned at yester- day's game: Donna Martz, 1953 queen; Jane Anne Hausman, attendant; Virginia Bennett, 1951 queen: Suzanne Kaiser, 1954 queen; Norma Moler, 1949 queen; Sarah Clupp. 1952 queen; and Joann Smith, 1950 queen. The -game and attending pagentry was witnessed by approximately 9,000 persons. •• v Seven-Point Program Gets C Of C Okay Proposals Receive Approval Of Board, Manager Reports A seven-point "operations plan" designed to provide a balanced program of work was adopted Wednesday night by the board of directors of the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce. The board approval followed a membership poll in -vhich members of the Chamber were asked to ''write your own program." The -program incorporates the results of the poll, which .were reviewed by the executive committee of the Chamber. "The program of work will answer two questions which are fre- uer.tly asked," said Anthony Saeli lanager of the Chamber. "These ueslions are: What does the "'hamber of .Commerce do? What oes it stand for? : . Entitled To Know ALBRIGHT—Mrs. Amanda B., 87, Headsville. BROWNING — William H., 86,1 Flintsone. BROADWATER—Wade H., 77, of the New Germany area. BLANK—Mrs. Mary 0., 77, Borden Mines. Damage Cases Removed To Local Court Two suits in which; damages of $150,000; are being asked in ^connection 'with the death of a Washington County woman-in-a highway crash in 1954 have been removed to Circuit Court-here, for trial. One suit, filed by "Bernard G. Conrad,- executor 6£/the estate 61 M. 'Evelyn : . Conrad,. asks $100,000 damages for. her death. ' The 'second suit, brought by the State of Maryland for the use of Olive M. Conrad and Rosella M: Conrad surviving sisters of M. Evelyn Conrad, asks $50,000 damages in her death. ; ' . The declaration, docketed in Hagerstown some time ago by Ernest'V.Wachs, attorney'for the plaintiffs, states that M.' 'Evelyn Conrad, was the owner, and' operator of a car traveling • east on U. S.. Route 40 about three and one-half miles east of Hagerstown when a machine operated by Francis Daniel McKeon, headed west, crashed /into the • woman's -car. The declaration states that McKeon was driving in a negligent manner and at a high rate, of speed. A.suit for $600-damages was filed today by John McAteer; 85' Grant Street, Frostburg, against : Clarence Shriver, Barton; as the result of.a collision of their cars on U. S. Route. 40 near the old Tollhouse between Cumberland anti Frostburg. , '..-.; i The-declaration, docketed by Edward J. Ryan, attorney for McAteer, states that Shriver made a left hand turn into a fruit stand at that point in a negligent manner and caused the crash. 9,000 Witness Colorful Ceremonies At Grid Game Football fans in Cumberland had/an almost perfect day for" the annual Turkey Day game yesterday at Fort Hill stadium. The winner was Fort Hill High, which de- 1 ormer Local ManNamedTo elanese Post return to work. A restaurant and recreation room has also; been provided by . the railroad, Wooters said. Former Resident On Godfrey's Program Jean Rozum, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Rozum,. former Cum- berlanders now residing in Coral Gables, Fla., was one of the Burdine store models interviewed by Arthur Godfrey on his television program Wednesday night. Woman Hurt In Fall Miss Matilda -Ruppenkamp, 74, of 511 Oldtown Road, was admitted yesterday to Sacred Heart Hospital for X-rays and observation of a wrist injury suffered in a fall .on a sidewalk near her home. Births ARMSTRONG — Mr. and Mrs. James M., RD 3, Keyser, a son yesterday at Memorial Hospital. BOWMAN—Mr. and Mrs. Robert E., '447 Seymour Street, a son Wednesday at Memorial. BRENNEMAN — Mr. and Mrs; Glenn, Cresaptowri, a son ; today : at Memorial DURST—Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L., • 133 West Third Street y a daughter yesterday at Memorial. .f\ FRIEND—Mr. 'and Mrs. Carl J., •" J • ' » son Tuesday at Mr. and Mrs. John, Frostburg, a son yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital. , . MOORE-Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas, RD 1, a daughter Wednesday at Sacred Heart. ' MUELLER-Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Green: Spring, a son yesterday at Memorial. RICE—Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J., '"*' Meyersdale Memorial. HARDEN 513 Lowell Avenue, a daughter yesterday at Memorial. KODEHEAVER — Mr., and Mrs. Howard F., RD 5. a daughter today at Memorial. SMITH-Mr. and Mrs. Converse 0,. Falmouth Foreside, Maine, >' son Tuesday* The paternal rrandparenls are Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Smith, The Dingle, Undent of schools. Beautification Work Continues i The playground beautification program of the City Recreation Department continued last week, on two more playlots, Robert E Pence, city recreation director, announced today. Fifty-six small pine trees were placed on the 1 slate bank be- lind Lamont Street Playground and on other banks surrounding the aroperty. These were 'supplementec jy some shade trees near the playground itself, which will help pro vide much needed shade during the hot summer months. Also, 37 small pines were plant ed on the entrance to North Enc Playground to make it more at tractive. Recently some 33 shade trees were planted around Post Play ground. Mapleside and Pine Avenue play grounds are the only other city owned playgrounds, and tree plant ing and other beautification pro jects are being held up on these until other capital improvements are completed. Pence stated-that the planting o trees does not include the beautifi cation of these playgrounds, but is merely the .first phase. Shrubbery and -hedges will follow as plans de velop. The cooperation of neighbors near the playgrounds is solicited by he Recreation Department to help ceep vandals and others from des roying or stealing trees until they have a chance to root properly. Sc : ar, such vandalism has been mi lor. on Lamont Street and non-ex slent on Post and North End. The Recreation Department ha; ssued an.appeal to anyone whi las privit hedge to donate, to cal the Recreation Department Offici at City Hall, telephone PA2-7360. , Relief Fund Trustees Named By teachers Trustees who will adminiite their relief fund have been electee by the teachers of Allegany Cqun ty. Named were Earl F. Brain principal 'of "Beall ;Elementar> School,' Frostburg, president: Mis Lula M. Blonskey, principal o Pennsylvania Avenue School, sec retary-treasurer, and Lewyn C Davis,. Board of Education mem ber, associate, Ex-dfficio trustees of the fun are Kenneth R.' Malcolm, pres dent of the Board of Education and Ralph R. Webster, *uperin feated Allegany High 9 to 0. Keller Rites Tomorrow At Rbmrievttome Miss Margaret'Inskeep Keller, 61, co-publisher and editor of The Hampshire Review, Romney,' for bout 30 years, • died yesterday . at' St. Agnes Hospital, altimore, after- being in failing ealth .several months. Miss Keller, . also co-owner of e weekly, paper, was associated ith the late John J. Cormvell, irrher governor of West Virginia, om June 1910 until his death two ears ago. Starting in his law-office here he'.served as secretary in Char- estori during his term as governor, nd continued in • .that capacity uring his long career as chief ounsel of the Baltimore and Ohio ailroad. She served as" chief erk in the railroad's law depart- nent for several years prior to ornwell's retirement in ^946. Both Cornwell and Miss Keller ere active in .the operation of the ,omney paper. Throughout . the •nore than 40 years their work re- uired them to spend a large part f their time in .Charleston, Baltimore and other cities. Miss Keller was a native of Romney and a daughter of the ate James I. and Louisa (DeWitt) teller. She received her educa on at the old Potomac Academy ow the West Virginia School for he Deaf and Blind, and the old 'ort Loudoun Academy, Winches :r. Her only survivor is a sister Irs. Mary Browning (Kellar) Mill r, of Rorahey. Miss Keller continued her daily ork at the newspaper office unti hortly before entering the Balti more hospital last month. She was a member of the' Presbyterian ihurch'and a.director of the Bank f Romney. The body is at. the residence on VTain Street, Romney, where serv ces will be held tomorrow morn ng at 11 o'clock. Interment will in Indian Mound Cemetery. Sunny skies accompanied by emperatures in the mid 40s shone own on a crowd estimated al ,000 persons. Hundreds of persons rrived early for the 'Thanksgiving Day classic to witness the pre ame festivities.. . The . stands ' were decorated in he colors of the respective schools nd pennants rippled in the breeze lany of the girls and women in he crowd wore big chrysanthe rnums with colored ribbons of theii espective schools. Allegany Starts First The bands of both schools were eated on raised platforms on the rack just in front of the stands. The pre-game program started vith Allegany High's band march ng onto the field and forming th etters F and H in a salute to For Hill. The A. H. S. band played the 'ort Hill school song. Next the band formed a cross in midfield and played "We Gathe Together To Ask The Lord's Bless n'g." Then the musical unit form ed an A and facing the Allegany stands played''-Tis,Allegany." '- The Fort Hill band played tb 'Star Spangled Banner.",,as ...the earns andj'.crowd . stood at'.'atten ion. Prior to the game a gaily-dee orated Fort Hill float circled the track with "Miss Football VII,' Martha Catlett, and her attendants Jane Ann Hausman and Julianne Kelly. In addition, the forme queen, Mrs. Norma (Lovell) Molar 1949; Mrs. Virginia (Bennett Diehl, 1950; -.JoAnn Cross, .1951 Teenage Badminton Hub Meets Tomorrow The teenage badminton clas; conducted by the City Recreatioi )epartment will be held as usua ;omorrow in Fort Hill High Schoo gymnasium from 1 p. m. to 4:3 >. m. Taking Marine Training David C. Robinette, son of Mr and Mrs. Roy L. Robinette, 60 Maryland Avenue, is completin jasic training with the Marin Corps at Parris Island, S. C. H vill complete his training Satur Sarah" Clapp, 1952; Donna Martz 1953, and Suzanne Kaiser, 1954 were seated on the float. Fort Hill Uses TV The queens and attendants hai an honor guard of Fort Hill .cheer eaders who marched alongsid ;he float as it circled the field The queen was attired in a scarle velvet dress and coat with whit fox fur collar. On her head was a jewelled crown and she carried large -bouquet of mums. The attendants had silver crown and carried bouquets of red carna tions. The former queens wer dressed in white evening, gowns topped with white satin capes." The half-time ceremonies wer colorful with, the bands doing number of intricate maneuvers a they played. The .Fort Hill band used th theme of television commercials i its half-time program. As.it marched onto the field played "Game of the Wee March," known as the Rin-Tin-Ti theme. The musicians then forme a razor and played "Look Sharp, the Gillette song. Formation of can of scouring powder and play ing of the Ajax theme followed. The next formation was a bar o soap and the band played th theme of the Lifebuoy firm. .(Continued on Page 20) Dr. Robert T. Armstrong, a former resident, has been elected vice resident and technical director of Celanese Corporation, accord- ng to an announcement by Harolc Jlancke, president. Dr. Armstrong wasj located at IB Amcelle plant of the corpora- ion -from 1946 to 1949, durin; vhich time he was head of spinning esearch. Dr. Armstrong has been associat :d with Cela"nese in various techni al capacities since 1946. He was lamed director of technical con rol in'1951, and associate director f the Central Research Labora ories at Summit, N. J., the follow ng year. He became technical director o he Textile Division in 1953, and in that capacity coordinated the •esearch and development activi ,ies which led to the production o ;he company's new triacetate fiber Arnel. Prior to his association with Celanese, Dr. Armstrong studied and taught at the Massachusetts institute of Technology, where he received his Ph.D. in 1935. His research work on the mechanism of vulcanization of: rubber, conducted during his affiliation with J. S. Rubber Company, won wide •ecognition; : During World War II,' is was associated with that com>any's, synthetic rubber program, and later the tire, cord program at he North American Rayon .Corporation. Dr. Armstrong holds several paints in the fields of rubber, chem- cals, synthetic polymers and manmade fibers. He is a member of the American Chemical Society, Society of the Chemical Industry, Textile Research institute and the research committee .of the Rayon ectors is committed, hose answers. "This program is in- reality the operations plan— the chart of irganizational 'activities — oE the Chamber of Commerce. It will direct the thinking of the Chamber and will channel its energies to- vard specific goals.". The program follows: Obituary Veteran WM Employes To Get Awards Westernport Man Will Receive 50-Year Pin Next Friday CRUMP-Gilbert 0., 61, Youngs- A Westernport man is one of tha town, Ohio native of Allegany two employes of the Western Mary- County, hand Railway who will be honored BURREL — William C., 87, of 328 Fayette Street. EVERETT — John L., 85, Baltimore. HEIER—George A., 75, Washington, native of Cumberland. MILLER—Mrs. Walter T., 50, of Baltimore Pike. MULLEN-John B., 60, Piedmont. PARKS—Mrs. J. W.-, 90, Eglon. RUBLE — Mrs. James M., 53, of 617 Central Avenue. WRIGHT—Mrs. Clara B., 77. of 419 Springdale Street. Wade H. Broad water GRANTSV1LLE — Wade H. Broadwater, 77. a retired farmer, died. early .this morning at .his Both the general membership i home in the New Germany area. nd the community are entitled to'.He was a son of the late. David now the answers. This program and JEliza (Colmer) Broadwater. f work, to which the board of di-~" ~ Mr. Broadwater was a member'of provides the New . Church. Germanv Methodist Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Effie: (Broadwater) Broadwater; a son. Gorman Broadwater, Baltimore; two daughters, Mrs. Verda Andrews and Mrs. Austin Michael, both of Barton;, .three brothers, Lloyd Broadwater,. Hagerstown; Alfred Broadwater,: New Germany, (IX An expanded program to at- and 0!on. Broadwater,: Akron;.two xact -new .'enterprises and-to. en-jsisters, Mrs.. Jennie .'Broadwater, courage new people-to locate in Barton, and. : Mrs. .Arch Michael. and Acetate Group. Fibers Producers Elks Will Hold Memorial Event Cumberland Lodge 63, B.P.O. Elks, will hold its. annual memorial services Sunday, December 4, at the Elks Home at 8 p. m. with Associate Judge Morgan C. Harris as speaker. Tribute will be paid in particular to the ,14 members to die since the exercises last December. The deceased members include J. W. Barnhart, Frank C. Myers, James H. Deneen, John H. McCullough, Charles A. Keech, J. Bernard Higgins, William L. Lindner, John Schwarzenbach, William M. Fricker, Stanley S. Burke, Charles J. Fleckenstein, Francis J. Creegan, Arthur B. Dicks and John A.'Singer. the Cumberland trading area. (2) A planning and.zoning code "or the Cumberland area to assure ts residential, commercial and industrial growth in an orderly and efficient mariner. '(3) A realistic traffic ant* parking plan to relieve the problem of congestion in downtown Cumberland. This would include: (a) widening of; streets; (b) , off-street parking facilities; (c) by-passes-for through traffic; (d) elimination of bottle necks and -traffic hazards and would be drawn in cooperation . with city, county and state authorities; (4) Continued development ol trade relations with the communities in Cumberland's trade territory. . Would Promote Attractions (5) Expansion of the Chamber's program to promote the scenic ant historical attractions of the Cum berland Area and to sell Cumber land as a site for conventions. (6) A more intensive participa tion -in legislative and tax matters through (a) close liaison with the City Council, the General Assembly and the- Congress and (b) articu late expression of the views 01 Cumberland's business community on matters affecting the genera welfare. (7) Development of the resources of the Cumberland Area to the end .hat they shall be used to enricl the total values of living. It is re lognized that a community mus lave more than business and in dustry and that it must give .bought to those civic, social, edu cational, religious and cultural ac .ivities which help to build and maintain a happy, progressive community. Saeli pointed out that the pro ram is necessarily long-range and that it would be unwise to ex sect any immediate results. Also said, it is necessarily general in nature and much time and grea effort will be required to work ou specific details. esterhport, 12 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. ''..'. The body will remain at the sidence of his daughter, Mrs. ustin • Michael, Butcher Run oad,. until noon Sunday when .it ill be taken to the New Germany lurch for services at 2 p. m. ev. Byron Keesecker and Rev. dgar Suite will officiate and in- erment will be in the church emetery. William C. Burrell William C. Burrell, 87, of 328 ayette Street, died yesterday. in! le Allegany County Infirmary here' he had been a patient two lonths. . Born in Eshcol, Pa., he held membership in First Presbyterian hiirch. . : • .. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. ena S. (Lantz> Burrell, and a ephew, Roy F. Dean, Buenos Ures, Argentina. The body is at the Kight Funeral [ome where services will be con- ucted tomorrow at 1 p. .m.. by lev. Maurice.' D. Robertson, pastor f First Presbyterian Church. In- crment will be in Fairview Ceme- ery, Kcedysville, Md. The family equests flowers be omitted, John L. Everett Man Posts Bond Leonard E. Pitts, 60, of 138 Polk Street, who was being held in the county jail for action of the granc jury on an embezzling charge, was released yesterday ?1,000 bond. after posting [njurecl Couple Reported 'Good' •*• ' * The condition of Donald Johnson and his wife. Mrs. Maude Johnson both of Charleroi, Pa., was report ed "good" at Sacred Heart Hos pill today. They were injured Tuesday in a headon crash on Route 220, nea Pinto. The third person hurt in the ac cident. Vance Bensenhavcr o Moorefield, has been release from the hospital. Mr. Johnson is a former dis trict manager of the West Pen; Power Company at Charleroi. Th< Johnsons were in their way t Florida. MISS CAMPERA AND ATTENDANfS-Shirlic Morgan, second from left, who was selected Miss Campers VI by members of the Allegany High School varsity football team, is shown with her attendants as they appeared at the Fort Hill stadium yMkrday prior to the annual Fort Hill-Allegany High School football game. Her attendants, left to right, are Patsy McGill, senior; Sandra Hatfield, junior; Carol* Ransom, sophomore, and Sally Bunion, freshman. ' lor their 50 years of service next week. Adam F. Zais, 291 Main Street Extended, began his service a half century ago with the C&P Railroad. He has worked with the Western Maryland since the C&P was purchased by it. Zais, a Jbrakeman. will receive his pin from W. Arthur Grotz, president of the railroad, at 6 p. m; Friday, December 2, in the company's business car at the_ Cumberland Station.. . ."' .-'. Worked In, Cumberland Another 50-year service pin 'will be presented .to C. J. Wolfe, Ha- gertsown, superintendent of motive power. - During his long employment with the railroad, he worked in Cumberland at one time. .Wolfe, who is in- charge of the big shops at Hagerstown, will receive his award at a party in his lonor- Thursday,, December 1, in Baltimore. Recipients of other awards on the Elkins Division will receive their pins in the business car here from 3:30 p. m. to 5 p. m.'next Friday. ',. : . ... - ."' Forty-year pins will be given to J. Francis Davis, 603 Greene Street, a clerk in the bridges and SPRINGS — John Everett, 85, died BERKELEY -ewis "Jack" ast night at the home of a son, ames R. Everett, Baltimore. He was a son of the late John H. nd Mary E. (Allen) Everett. Surviving, besides the son with vhom he resided, are two sons, harles C. Everett, Baltimore, and Villard E. Everett, Cumberland; wo daughters. Miss Mazelia E. ;verett, Baltimore, and Mrs. Lilan M. Boyland, RD 1. Ridgeley; wo brothers, James A. Everett, Baltimore, and Robert E. Everett, lassilon, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Hunter and Mrs,. Elsie Bech- ol, both of Berkeley Springs, and Irs. Nellie Sealy, Rock.Hill, S. C., 4 grandchildren and eight great- randchildren. The body is at the Parks Funeral •lome here where services will be onducted Sunday at 1 p. m. In- erment will be in Greenway Ceme cry: Mrs. James M. Ruble Mrs. Pearl Leona Ruble. 53 wife of James M. Ruble, 617 Cen- ral Avenue, died Wednesday in ilemorial Hospital where she had jecn a patient eight weeks. buildings department here; G r: W. Lancaster, Church Hill, Lonacbn- ing, a carman at the Ridgeley shops; J. W. Garrett, train dis- • patcher at,Elkins, and I. T. Brinkman, machinist' at Elkins. •'. "•. . Twenty-five year pins will., be presented here to. T.'E. Broughton. engineer, Elkins; J. H. N. Fish- nell, brakeman: Raymond MacDonald, relief dispatcher; D V .:G. Schoonover, engineer; C, H. Duckworth, trackman, and F. W. Ogle- jay, store foreman, all of Cumber- and. • - - . • • •••• . -.: •;• . Others Are Listed B. E. Keiley, engineer, Slaty Fork: G. E, Brant, carman; M. J. . hillips. stationary fireman; W. L. D rcaskorn,: round house foreman; H. A. Smith, lubricator filler; L. E. Iwick, boilermaker; R. W. Koontz, bridgcman; W. G. Lease, track- man; C. W. Comer, machinist, and A. L.Ullery,.trackman,-all of Maryland. Junction. *; G. W. ; ' ; Brant, carman, Knob- mount; G. W, Fansle.', stationary fireman, Elkins; Robert C. Rilcy. carman. Central Junction, W. Va.; C. W. Cosncr and L. L. Cosner, both trackmen of ^Bayard; R. E. Cromer, section foreman, Byers, W. Va.; F. R. .Doyle, trackman. Mt. Airy. W. Va.; R. E. Johnson, section .foreman. Markleton, Pa.; C. T. Miller, section foreman, Rockwood, Pa.; J. A. Parnell, trackman, Harnedsville, Pa.; M, S. Phares, chauffeur, and L. W. Rice, trackman, both of Elkins, and C. Strawder, Triplett .W. Va. Among those on the Hagerstown Division receiving 25-year pins at Hagerstown Thursday afternoon will be: J. F. Flora, operator, Oldtown; R. C. Funk, agent operator, Rocky Bridge; H. E'. Kershner, agent, Hancock; E. C. Faith, section foreman, Keifer, and E. R. Faith, track welder helper,.Hancock. Aronhalt Reported In "Fair" Condition "; Attaches at Potomac Valley Hospital. Keyser, this morning reported Thomas Aronhalt, who was shot in the groin Tuesday night, is in "fair" condition. West Virginia State Police are continuing their investigation of the shooting, .allegedly inflicted by Aronhalt's father-in- law, Norman Via, of near Heads- Pa., ville. W. Va. , : late Reported in "good" condition at William' and Catherine (O'Neal) the same institution was Mrs. Mar- iVashabaugh. Mrs. Ruble was algie M. Green, who had her., left member of the South Cumberland arm amputated as the result of an Born at he was a Hammondsvillem, daughter of the \ssembly of God Church; Pride of Allegany Council 110. Daughters of America, and Algonquin Council 5-4. Degree of Pocahontas. Surviving, besides her husband, are two sons. James W. Ruble, ?a!timore. and Wayne E. Ruble. ?lintstone: two daughters. Mrs.' Emma Rinehart, Flintstone, and Mrs. John A. Keiley, this city; two mothers, Harry Washabaugh, Jackson, Ohio, and Robert Washabaugh, this city: three sisters, Mrs. Leonard Gillespie. city; Mrs, William Santymire, Wiley Ford, and Mrs, Charles Pyecha, Baltimore, and seven grandchildren. The body is at the Hafcr Funeral Home where Pride of Allegany Council 110 will conduct a ritual today at 7 p. m. Services will be conducted at the funeral home tomorrow at .1:30 p. m. by Rev. Frank J. Fratto. pastor of Central Assembly of God Church, and Rev. Adam E. Grim, pastor of Grace Methodist Church. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park where (Continued on Page 20) accidental shooting while her husband, Robert E. Green, was cleaning a weapon in the kitchen of their home. Seventh Day Adventists ?lan Lung Cancer Film A film on lung cancer "One Out of 20.000," will be shown Sunday at 7:30 p. m. in the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Oak Street.;, It is a documentary on a : hos- ntal case of a person afflicted with the disease. '] HI-POCKETS Harry Cos* Heads Johnson Heights PTA Harry Goss was .elected.presi- dent of the Johnson Heights School Parent-Teacher Association at recent meeting. He wi!l replace Mrs, Gordon Skeegs. who is moving to Lima, Ohio. Harry Griggs is the new vice president. COLLECTION DAY TODAY

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