Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 28, 1955 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, November 28, 1955
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1955 PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Ttkei Obituary Hill Cemetery. . . Patrick Bridges Patrick Bridges, 79. Cresaptown died yesterday at Sacred Heart Hospital. Former Local Resident Has Art Exhibit •V A former Cumberland woman, '.-Gertrude Dubrau Kogler, is ex' hibitins a number of her paintings •and drawings at the Handforth Gallery of the Tacoma (Wash.) • Public Library. She returned to the United States from Frankfort, Germany, about six months ago. The Tacoma News Tribune stated: . "Born in Germany, Mrs. Kogler came to the United States as a child and grew up in this country. She received her art training at the Maryland Institute of Art and Design in Baltimore and. later at the Royal Academy in Leipzig and at the Dnsseldorf Academy. Her 'murals hang in a number of churches and public buildings in ' Cumberland, Maryland, where she •achieved much success for her religious and historical scenes. • "After Mrs. Kogler and her husband; Alexander, lost their gift and • art shop in Cumberland, in 1936 .flood waters, they returned to ' 'Germany and there established a : 'jewelry shop. ' Mrs. Kogler con• tinned with her painting. Illness led to Kogler's death 'and • then .came World War II.' "Mrs. Kogler remained m .Frankfort during World .War II, : enduring somehow the terrific A t - eL1 uiciu m«««y. ••••• — ". bombing that put much of the brated for Eugene Franklin Reid, •city in ruins. Many of her pos- 47j who fjj e( j Saturday at his home ' sessions,. including her paintings, in EsseXi tomorrow at 9 a. m. at St Patrick's Catholic Church here. ffnnHnued from Page 9) .Chief Judge George Henderson, (Continued "om^g ^ ^ ^.^ ^^ ^^ Q ^ ris, Joseph E. Boden, G, Wallace rs osep . o, , Fisher, Somerville .Nicholson and Branch Fire : Hall, with.. apprdxi ' ospital. • Belle M _ Baker> wife of William B. talks were made by Victor D. A retired coal miner and lumber Bgker wfire conductecl November Heisey, principal of Fort Hill High I l_^ ..,.»! rtnrtlltlfK II 1C Cntl - _ -. ' /•* -I- 1 1 _ . . 1 » > ••-. _.. operator, he resided with his son Raymond P. Bridges. Cresaptown. A iiative of Cumberland Valley, Pa , he was a son of the late Benton and Phoebe (Miller) Bridges, His wife, Mrs. Margaret E. Bridges, preceded him in death. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church of Mt. Savage. Survivors include another son, William W. Bridges, Barrelville; five daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Boyd and Mrs. Gladys Moody, both of Akron, and Mrs. Evelyn Stewart, Mrs. Lougora Mullenax and Mrs. Harriet Allison, all of this city; a brother, Daniel P. Bridges, Mt. Savage; two sisters, Miss Bess Bridges anil Miss Grace Bridges, both of Mt. Savage; 27 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. A requiem mass brated tomorrow at 9 a. m. at St. Patrick's Church, Mt. Savage, by Rev. Michael Smyth, pastor. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. The body is at the Right Funeral Home. • Reid Services mass will be cele- 16 at Belington, W. Va. be cele- - were lost. , .. , :' "But Mrs. Kogler saved some of her pictures and will have them, ' as well as paintings completed •"• since coming to Tacoma, oil display at the •library; Her work m- ' eludes water colors, pastels, pen •and ink sketches, oils and crayon -'. drawings. Mrs. Kogler lives at . Lakewood." ' ; Best known locally of Mrs. •Kogler's work is the .painting in ? ; the dome of Cumberland's City \ Hall showing '•'. Braddock's arrival ': here on May .'10, 1755.-:;'. ' <i.':'.' Interment will KeegarijBlasls ' ;r "(Continued from : Page 9) ' and: represents. the fourth partial : payment of "the fee for engineering -services on the Market and^Balti' : more Street'bridges, . ' Council approved a $50 donation to the Allegany-Garrctt Tuberculosis Association TB Seal-drive. . An insolvency amounting to $273.75 was granted W.'Donald Smith, Camden Avenue, for sewer front;.' age. City Attorney Thomas B. Finan explained Smith had install- ; ed a sewer .and then the city in- ; stalled: one. which did not benefit. - him. The payment represents 50 , per cent of the levy, against Smith. ; - .Parking .meter inspector, Harry "Whisrier. said collections the week - of November 13-20 increased $81.56. ..'The total the week of November 13 $647.02 and for November 20 it amounted, to $728.58. Water consumption for the week ending yesterday was ..80,820,000 gallons compared to 98,180,000 gal• Ions the same period a year ago. The water-level, at Lake Gordon is 2 'feet 2 inches below the crest of the spillway arid at Lake Koon •':• 6 feet 4 inches below. Church Program. Scl A missionary program will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at Zion' Methodist Church, Bedford Road. Rev. Reginald Wheatley, a be the speaker. be in the parish cemetery. The body is at the Stein Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be George Lynn. John McGeady, P. K. Thomas, Paul Reid, Robert Rhodda and Edward Belfore. . Lester T. Jartley iester T. ^Hartley, 61, of North Rose. N. Y.; died Saturday 'at a lospital in Lyons, N. Y. He was a son of the late Riley and Frances (Leighty) Hartley. He. is survived by his widow, Mrs/Virgie (Buser) Hartley; four daughters, Mrs. Oscar Haines, Oldtown; Mrs. Grace Belts, North Rose; Mrs. Juanita Haines, :Romney, and Mrs. Marceline Files, Baltimore; a .son, Daniel Hartley, North Rose; three brothers. Claude and Randolph Hartley, both of this city, and Rutherford Hartley, Big Spring; five sisters, Mrs. Elaine Wigfield and Mrs. Thornton Poole, both of North Rose; Mrs. Thomas Howsare, Johnstown, Pa.; Mrs. Bessie Hinkle, Oldtown, and Mrs. Herman Browning, 'Flintstone. The body will be at the Hafer Funeral Home after tomorrow morning. Services, will be condi icted Wednesday at 2 p. m. at tiie-Central School Bus Unit Has Dinner Meet The annual dinner of. the Allegany County school bus drives held recently at the North A. Charles Stewart. Mrs. William Bakrr PIEDMONT — Services for Mrs Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Hiriam >T ogle, of here: a son, Lyndell 0. Baker, Daily, W. Va.; four sisters, five brothers, nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Mrs. Sarah VVyer KEYSER—Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth A'yer, of RD 2, Keyser ; died Saturday at her home. A native of Auburn, W. Va., she was a daughter of the laa Lawson and Sarah (Sinnett) Hall. She was member of the • Baptist Church. Her husband, Strother Alexander Wyer, preceded her in death. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mona Sommerville, RD 2, Keyser;. four sons, Dayton, French and Ivan Wyer, all of RD 2, Keyser, and Harold Wyer. Short Gap; seven grandchildren, and 10 great- grandchildren. Services will be conducted tomorrow at-2.p. m. at the home by Rev. Paul Betz, pastor, of Wesleyan Methodist Church. Interment will )e in the family cemetery. Jay Leeson ; Jay Dclbert Leeson, month-old son .of Mr. and Mrs: William '.M. Leeson, Bedford Road, died yes- :erday at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Saltimorc. . . .. . The child was taken to the hospital a week ago for treatment of a heart condition. His father is an . School, and Joseph Downey, supervisor of maintenance for the Board of Education. Brief remarks were also made by Ward Wilson, secretary of the organization, and Walter Chaplain, treasurer. Entertainment featured vocal and instrumental selections by the "Saniteers." directed by Vernon Smith. The meal was served by the Auxiliary of the District 16 Volunteer Fire Company. The program was prepared by a committee composed of Arthur BJiibaugh, Berkeley' Stafford and Ray Twigg. The body will be taken to Fairmont/ W. Va., for burial. Mrs. Annie Berry . MIDLAND — Mrs. Annie Vir r Mrs. Berry was a member of Grace Methodist. Church,- the WSCS; and' the'Midland'Pythian Sisters. ,.; ' Survivors include a son, Raymond Berry, .Midland, and a grandchild. ' The Pythian Sisters will xiohdu'ct a service at the residence tojiay at 7 p: m. . '. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p; m. at ; the home by Rev. Louis Emerick, pastor of Grace .Methodist. Church, interment will be : in Frostburg Memorial Park. ' mately 60 persons'attending. Joseph Stagger was master of ceremonies. while the principal made by Victor D. Court Probates Two Wills Here Two wills have been admitted to probate in Orphans Court. The will of Mrs. Mary C. Rose, jity, who died September 30 leaves the: estate to her husband, former City Police Officer Theodore M. Rose. He obtained letters of administration on the estate. The will of Mrs. .Melissa C. Stuby, Westernport, who died November 12 named, her son, Charles W Stuby, Lonaconing,. as executor Beneficiaries will be her children, Ada McKenzie, Belle Alkire, Lpu- verie Kimble, Irene Fazenbaker, Norma Moore, Pearl Davis and Much snow, rain and 'cold weather is forecast for this winter in he 1956 edition of the Hagerstown Town and Country Almanack. The 159th edition of the famed almanack" also indicates that :here will, be sufficient rain next spring and summer to preclude the possibility of a drouth. The almanack states that there ill be four eclipses next year — two of the moon and two of the sun, but only one will be visible n this area —'the total eclipse of the moon next November 18. December of this year will have much snow or rain with at least 12 days listed . for snow, rain or stormy weather. January will get off to a rainy or snowy start with five other periods in that month slated' for snow, rain ,and blustery weather. Only seven days are listed as being fair and they will be accompanied jy hard frosts. •. . ' . Only four days of February are predicted to be fair.' Ten days of February are scheduled for snow or rain with stormy weather. The last snow'.of Uie coming winter season is predicted for March 19, 20 • and 21, after two a nearl CUimuiun. ma lauici ia an nstructor at Fort Hill High. School. Charles W. Stuby. Church Supper Planned Maluku _ ivju-s. ^i.iue vu-. A roast beef supper will be held «inia Berry, 79, died yesterday at Wednesday from 5 to 7 p. m. at her home here following an illness Holy Cross Episcopal Church par- - • '»"•"" 1 '•'' • ' ' ' " • leh '• Vi*«ill ', 1C' A^i t'if In TO A irAnna of several weeks. A native of Orleans, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Emmert. She was the widow of Albert Berry. ish'halli 16 "Virginia Avenue. Paint will often blister when it is Walter Long, pastor of the Assembly of God Church of Mt. Morris Pa. Interment will be in the Glen dale Church of Brethren Cemetery at Flintstone. ..'.. Lewis Services Services for Mrs. Ella May Lewis, 80, who .died SsLtoday at the home of a son, Edwin D. Lewis, 216 New Hampshire Avenue, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Hafer Funeral terment wjll be 'i Park. . . Pallbearers will be Vitto Sag- gero, Edward J. -Robertson, Charles L. Keller, Harold M. Matthews, John L. Mock and Roy 1. Ruckman. Hast Services Services for Merwin Roy Hast JtvUaU* AICV. j.v^£4iiw»«-« •• ..«*..— j , ^— oCI VlUt;3 1U1 1YICL win -iiuj Aituv former missionary to Bolivia, will g r _ 6 4, of 537 Rose Hill Avenue, ' " '""" who-died Saturday enroute to Memorial Hospital, will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a. m. at the George Funeral Home. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. Active pallbearers will be James Alfred: Avlrett, Edward J. .Ryan, William R. Carscadcn, Thomas B. 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June will -get off to a cool start and. the month will • be generally cool and unsettled. . ' The remainder of the summer will have much fair, warm and delightful weather. mingled with rainy periods" and' "frequent showers." The 47-page "almanack" published by the Gruber Almanack Company, calculates the : rising, setting and eclipses of the sun and moon for the horizon of Maryland, states the prognostications will serve for adjacent states. ... The' almanack, besides containing predictions on the weather for 1956, includes data "on the aspects of the- planets; the rising) setting arid southing of the most conspicuous planets and fixed stars; -the equation of time; with a variety of useful 'and entertaining matter, anecdotes, a list of courts,'etc. , Eleanor Keslar Graduate of Confluence High School Stuaent of ' Catherman's Business School ' Employed by Selective Service System Somerset, Pa. 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