Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 25, 1955
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TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD* FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for ,* WANT AD Taker c Beall Plans Bill ^ i Oil Surplus Food •v-'.» WASHINGTON Ml — Sen. Beall (R-Md) says he will introduce a c-.;V,bill in Congress to make -surplus v:.; agriculture commodities available to ipenal and correctional institu- --—tions. -<•-'• The senator said his bill, which lie hopes, to introduce next Janu ary, will reduce food stockpiles and • raise living standards of prisoners. It will be j patterned, he said, along the lines .recommended by the American Correctional Assn. Beall said his bill was prompted by .inquiries from officials of the Maryland Department of Correc- Local Unit Participates In Slate K. Of P. Rally A local delegation participated in a state rally of Knights of Pythias ' r ucsday in Westminster. Obituary (Continued from Page .17) The speakers also included Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin. ion, the Baltimore City Jail, the Jail Board and the Baltimore City Council. 50 TRADE-IN on this G-E AUTOMATIC WASHER bright, 87, of Headsville, died yesterday in Potomac Valley Hospital here. A native of Hampshire County, en, r'red bines, james wnson, she was a daughter of the late John A. Wilson and William Buch- Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rudolph. Her Local speakers "included Julius E. services «'« be , conducted by Al„,. „ , , ,.,,., „ . igonqum Council 54. Pallbearers Schmdle- and Ardith M. Brotemar-i ! >.. 1 \„ „„„ P -„.,„,. A1 , orf n _ . will be Ray E. Carter, Albert Og- kle, members of tnc- Granu i,odge ^ Fred sincs> James Wilson, Council, while J. Walter McKce, member of the Grand Tribunal of Maryland, was a member of the committee on arrangements. holtz. William H. Browning William Henry Browning, 86, BIG SAYINGS - BIG CAPACITY • Water-sayer control for small loads • '•.,'.. ; - • * • Famous G-E Activator Washing action gel* dirt 'out • "Float-away" Rinse and overflow drain keeps dirt out • 5-year protection plan • Completely ..automatic and backed by famous G-E . , dependability • . . Free Customer Parking J.ust Above Our Virginia Are. Store REGULAR $299.95 $24995 WITH YOUR OLD WASHER NEW STORE HOURS Mpn. thru Friday 9 A. M. to 8 P. M., Sat. to 6 P. M. Cumberland Electric Co. Virginia Ave. at Second. 11 South Liberty St. Phone PA 2-6191 Phone PA 2-6862 died yesterday at his home near Flintstone. Born near Artemas, Pa., he was a son of the late George and Massay (Smith) Browning. A retired farmer, Mr. Browning was a member of Flintstone Methodist Church. Surviving _are his widow, Mrs. ornelia (Brotemarkle) Browning, [and a daughter, Mrs. Louis L. Lit- Itlefield. The body is at the Hafers Funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 3:30 p. m. by Rev. B. F. Hartman, pastor of Fairview Methodist Church, and Rev.' Edward R". Hanshaw, pastor of Flintstone Methodist Church. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park and pallbearers will be Leslie Wigfield, Howard Willison, Franklin Roland, Stamford Roland. Harry Bender and Lester Hinkle. Mrs. Clara B. Wright Mrs. -Clara Belle Wright, 77, husband, Edward Albright, preceded her in death. Surviving are a brother, Charles Rudolph, Headsville, and two sisters, Mrs. Laura Smith, Headsville, and Mrs. Byron Foote, Keyser. widow of Elbert G. Wright, 419 Springdale Street, died yesterday while visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hopkins, Alexandria, Va, " Surviving, besides her daughter, are a son, Leo. H. Wright, this city; five sisters, Mrs. Dolly Nicola, Shanksville, Pa!: Mrs. Mary K. MurUand, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Nora Tannehill, Rocheste'r, Pa.; Mrs. Lela Wicker, Wiley Ford, and Mrs. Lucy Wade, Morgantown; a brother, Edward Morrison, Rochester, two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The body is at the Ingram Funeral Home, Connellsville, Pa., where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. '••'•'.: Mrs. Amanda B. Albright KEYSER—Mrs. Amanda B. Al- CHILDREN'S APPAREL IS OUR SPECIALTY IN STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE. 18 N. CENTRE Borrow Sensibly It you n»d caih far Foil »x••!»•• our nrvic* ii prompt, fritndly and private Loam up to $300 Natt — Furniturt — and - • Auto Loam INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 301 Liberty Trust Bidg. PHONE PA 4-3100 •t. ,». A. A. A. A. A. A.- A. A. A A. it ayaway Amas ow The body is at the Rogers Fun eral Home here where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery. Mrs. J. W. Parks EGLON — Mrs, Laura Belle Parks, 90, wife of J. W. Parks, died yesterday at her home here. Born at Reedsville, she was a daughter of the late Daniel and Isabelle (Custer) Switzer. Surviving, .besides her husband, are five sons, Elmer Parks, Aurora; Frank Parks, Vindex, Md.: Keith Parks. Parkersburg; Ralph Parks, Buckhannon, and Gerald Parks, Eglon; four daughters. Mrs. Lela Roth, Eglon; Mrs. Mabel Friend, Oakland, Md.; Mrs. Alma Domire. Morgantown, and Mrs. Lena Yingling, Hanover, Pa.; a brother, Lee R. Switzer, of California; a sister, Mrs. Florence Gilpin, .Lorain, Ohio, 24 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Aurora, by Rev. George Weirick and Rev. Daniel Spaid and interment will be in Eglon Cemetery. George A. Heier George A. Heier, 75, of Washington, died Wednesday in Casualty Hospital there. A native of Cumberland, he had resided here until 1940 when he left to reside -in Washington with a son; Thomas Heier.' Surviving, besides his son, are a sister, Mrs. Margaret Crabt'ree, this city, and two grandchildren. Mrs. Walter T. Miller Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Miller, 50, wife of Walter .T. Miller, died Wednesday : at her; home on the Baltimore Pike following an illness of two weeks. A native of Cumberland, she was a daughter of the late George E. and Arintha (Mann). Hardman. Mrs. Miller was; a member of Pleasant Grove Methodist Church. 'Surviving, besides her husband, are three sons, Herbert L. Miller, Hagersto'wn, and LaMar J. and Merrill W. Miller, both at home; five .daughters, Mrs. Wilda M, Holtzrhan and Mrs. Arleen E. Higgins, both of Hagerstown; .Mrs. Alberta L. Zembower, Baltimore Pike, and Misses Audrey A. and Patricia E. Miller, both at home; two brothers, Joseph B. Hardman, Christie Road, and Marshall E. Hardman. Oldtown Road: three sisters, Mrs. Pleasant Messick, Everett, Pa.; Mrs. Bessie Raines. Baltimore Pike, and Mrs. Rhoda Pennel, DeHaven Road, and six grandchildren.. ..^ ^ .The body will rem'ain'at'the Silcox Funeral Residence until 12:30 p. m. Sunday when it will be taken to Pleasant Grove Church for services at 2 p. m. Rev. Arden R. Beck, pastor, and Rev. Jacob H. Snyder, pastor of Kingsley Methodist Church, will officiate and interment will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Charles Smith, .Charles Zembower, James Michaels, Hiram Wakeman, Orvil Blubaugh and Clayton Twigg. John B. Mullen PIEDMONT—John B. Mullin, 60, of 78 West Fairview Street, died Wednesday in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, where he had been a patient five days. He had been bedfast since September. Born in Lonaconing. a son of Mrs. Anne (Ricker) Mullen, and the late Thomas Mullen, he had resided here 50 years. Mr. Mullen was a bookkeeper. He was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church. Westernporl: Piedmont Council 685, Knights of Columbus, and Key ser Lodge 662, LOO Moose. Surviving, besides his mother, are two Brothers, Thomas Mullen, at home, and August Mullen. Keyser, and a sister, Mrs. Joseph Gleeson, Piedmont. The body is at the Fredlock Fun ; eral Home where the rosary will be recited today at »p.-m. A requiem mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 9 a. m. at St. Peter's Church and interment will be in the parish cemetery. Mrs. Mary 0. Blank FROSTBURG—Mrs. Mary (Ort) Blank, 77, of Borden Mines, died Wednesday in the Allega'py County Infirmary, Cumberland.' Mrs. Blank was a member of Salem Evangelical Reformed Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Blank. Surviving Mrs. John are tv/3 Frank Schriver Rafferty, both daughters, and Mrs: of Borden Mines: three brothers^ Charles Ort, Detroit: William Ort. Cumberland, and Howard Ort, Zihlman, five grandchildren and four- great-grandchildren. The body is at the Hafer Funeral Home where services will'be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. George Wehler, pastor of Salem Church. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park and pailbearers will be Leroy Hirnrhel- wright, William Lancaster, John Winebrenner, Louis Rank, Harry Williams and Franklin Martens. Gilbert O. Crump FROSTBURG — Gilbert 0. Crump, 61, a former resident, died Wednesday in South Side Hospital, Youngstown, Ohio,, where he had been a patient iour weeks. Born in Mt. Savage, a son of the late Owen . and Barbara (Schna- beul) Crump, he had resided in Youngstown 41 years. A former partner in the Crump and Anderson cement contracting firm, Mr. Crump had been. the owner and operator of the" Wickless Coal and Builders Supply firm for the past 23 years. He held .membership in Welsh Memorial. Baptist. .Church here; Frostburg Aerie 1273, FO Eagles, and the Maennerchor (Day) and the Maennerchor Club of Youngstown. Surviving are. his widow, Mrs. Nellie (Day) Crump; two sons, G. Oliver and James R. Crump, both of Youngstown; a brother, Oscar rump, .North Hollywood, Calif.; sifter, Mrs. Grace Thomas, Frostburg, and seven grandchil- 9,000 Witness (Continued from Page 17) cigar was next formed and the theme, of -Murial cigars played. A replica of a cigar, which spouted smoke, praiiced about the field. The final formation was of the Chevrolet emblem and playing of the firm's theme song. The props used in these numbers .vere made by Thomas' Murphy, a member of the Art Department at the school. Kiddie Kapcrs "Kiddie Kapers" was the theme of the Allegany High program at half-time. The bancl^ formed a cradle and played "Rock-A-Bye Baby." 'Moving into the formation of a star the band played "Twinkle, -Twinkle Little Star." The majorettes twirled flaming batons during the number. A fiddle was formed by the band and the song, "Hey, Diddle, Diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle," was played. Two • concentric circles were formed and the song, "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush," was played. The band then formed a clock with a pendulum and played "Hickory. Dickory Dock." A majorette dressed as a mouse (and wearing Fort Hill colors) scampered around the clock. The band then swung into "Pop .Goes, The Weazel." A bandsman.armed with a . "gun" chased the mouse-and shot it "dead." The band played the funeral march as t the mouse was carried off on a stretcher. The band played "Or A. H: S." body is at the Hofmeister dren. The funeral Home, Youngstown, where services will be conducted tomorrow at 3:30 p. m. by Rev. John H. •Crier.' Interment will be in Can- 'ield (Ohio) Cemetery. SUFFERERS FIND CURB FOR MISERY DUE TO ASTHMA ATTACKS. . . RUSHED HERE! New hope for relief from asthma paroxysms is seen today in reports of success with a palliative formula which acts to relieve congestion. Men and women who formerly suffered with dread coughing, choking, wheezing 'asthma attacks now tell of blessed relief after usInR it. PKOMETIN. costs. $3, but considering results,, this :ls not expensive, amounts to only a few pennies per dose. (Caution- use only as directed.) I'ROMETIN is sold with strict money-back guarantee by ford'i Drug Stores—Cumberland Froitburg—Mail Ordtri Filltd. • ' 3 DIAMOND 14KGOLD .. 79 6-DIAMOND BRIDAL PAIR 14K SOLITAIRE DIAMOND 59 .so:. OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY 55 .00 35 75 «mi SINATOI 'A' i; |iwtii ' lh«k MllttMl 35 .75 MISS AMMICA 1/rtwrt PAY 1 50 WEEK hixy iipinii PAY 1.00 WEEK AY .'1.00' WEEK ; NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR CREDIT $1.00 HOLDS IT BUY ON EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN STIEFF STERLING SILVER MAKE .YOUR f SELECTION NOW PAY WEEKLY Just mti on-Mask off! For A Natural PERMANENT W* Stock th* Following Permanent! and R*fill» TON I — PROM LILT — SHADOW RAYVE — RICHARD HUDNUT —BUTEE MARVE and others RAND'S Cor. Baltimore.and N. Centr*. . JOIN OUR 1956 CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW First National Bank Member F. D. I. C. as it marched from the field and concluded with School." "Dear Old High When the" game ended with Fort Hill again the winner their followers shouted jubilantly and hundreds joined behind the band for tht triumphal march to downtown Cumberland. The float with the array of attractive queens was in the line. The Allegany rooters w,ere disconsolate as they wended their way home. Electric Housewares AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER Mikes 3:9 cups of delicious 'coffee. .Autpniitic Brew Selector. Easy to : clean.- : 19,95 19,95 UUTOMATie SKILLET > Versatile - use it right it the tible. Automatic Temperature Selector keepj temperature constant. Fries — Bakes — Stewj — Simmers. AUTOMATIC SHED KETTLE Boil* water fast u you can use it! ~2Vi quart capacity, beautifully ityled in copper and stainless steel. ' Shuts off if water boils away. . 18.95 _ AHWATK TWSTtt Totst as you like it - light, medium or dark. Extra-high tout lift. )pomiu STEAK mor Automatic and works on AC or DC For dry-ironing, too. Weighs 1 V* Ibs. ' • ' .'•..''•• 19,95 Imr/ULEiinn Lightweight, yet it's powerful enough to do tough mixing job*. Available in fiink, yellow and turquoise, pint white. KLINE 405-413 VIRGINIA AYE-CUMBERLAND MD. 3 Hour Toy SALE AT HILL'S ROUTE 40 STORE Friday 6 PM to 9 PM DOLLS $20.00 Dolls $10.00 $1S.OO Dolls $ 7.50 $ 5.0Q Dolls .'. $ 2.50 Special Group TOYAUTOS $30.00 Autos $15.00 $25.00 Autos $12.50 $16.00 Autos $ 8.00 LIMITED QUANTITIES • BE EARLY That's right. All you do-is-brush it on, then wash it off with water! Old paint just floats away. Makes, refin- ishintr so easy — no scraping curved chairlegs, no peeling or sanding. Water Wash is another famous Savogran product. And we've got it! $12.98 FOLDING TABLE & CHAIR SET $9-98 SWEENE WIHT& SUPPLY USE YOUR FIRST NATIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT 301 ••Itimort Avtmi* - facing Dtcalur $10.98 Wagons ..."...'...$ 8.88 $17.98 Tractors . ....... .$15.88 $30.00 Sidewalk Bike .$24.95 $2.98 Ride'm Horse Chime $ 2.29 ALL $2,00 TOYS $1,88 Regular $4.95 SCOOTER *2.98 $ 7.98 TO" Tricycles $ 4.98 $12.98 Table & Chairs . . . .$10.98 $ 4.35 Chairs ... $ 2.91 $ 1.98 Dell in Traveling Case .88c $ 7.98 Trucks ..... ....$4.88 ALL $1,00 TOYS 88c HILL'S Rt. 40 Toy Store •-. . . r • • ' \ ' " ; • ••'. ' 7 Miles Wftsf of Cumberland Phont PA 2-SS7I W« Dtllvtrl

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