Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 29, 1955 · Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. Ml)., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1955 Dial PA-2-46W) for t WANT AD Take Fire Razes New Midway Farm House 'Hansel, GreteV To Be Enacted At Cresaptoivn • "Hansel and Gretel," adapted D iMrs. Ruth Johnson, faculty men NEW MIDWAY. Md. (.f) — Anjber. will be presented by the Cn ei»bt-room farm home and severalisaptown Elementary School Thurb buildings were destroyed by fire to-jday and Friday at 7:45 p. m. in In*. . . ' , . . school auditorium, dav-at the north-eastern Fred':nckj ... , . ^ n . Countyfan^of M, and Mrs. Ray-Uea n^ro *w* *£«* nond Albaugh. T , ^^ charles Davjs The farm is located between De- j£m<? Lehman> Lloyd Rce d. Benay lour and New Midway. Firemenj Hi gs and Carol Kemp u-nrt-prl in snh.frGw.iii? weather toi Selections will be O ff er ed by tlu- worked in suo-fre?7.in* weather to battle the 2 a.m. blaze. i rhythm band, chorus, wood elves Flames destroyed the house. fioVers. sandmen, an-jcls. deft- chicken house, corn crib, workshop, fairies, sunbeams and gingerbrea> Thc faculty committees' are: j Sleering Miss Betty j ean \vithro\v ' meathouse and washhouse. Alsoj c hj]rj rcn . lost were four freshly butchered i hogs, some chickens and live nogs.! . Firemen from five companies|. a nd Mrs. Ruth Johnson, co-chair managed to save the barn and j men: Mrs. Annetta Gerson, Mrs. dairy house. There were no nearby .Virginia Mignot and Mrs. Charlotte streams, they reported, and theipolk: staging, Mrs. Charlotte Folk. only water available was that i chairman, and Lloyd Marshall anil hauled in pumpers. Damage was estimated at to $15,000. iMiss Joyce Fike; posters, Mrs. Travel Group Jenkins, 94, of St. George, died yesterday at Tucker County Hospital here. She had been a patient since Saturday. A native of Cranesville, Preston lormcrly of Eckharl, died yester- County, she was a daughter of ihe day at his home. He' had been in'late David and Elizabeth (Faulk- (Continued from Page 11) ilermcnt will be in Hartley, a. John Rae John Rae, 516 Woodside Avenue, '11 health for two weeks. ner) Wolfe. She w:-s the widow oi A native of Scotland, he was a William B. Jenkins. son of the late James and Eliza- She is survived by a son," Ray Church of Ml. Savage. He is survived by 'his belh (McGee) Rae. 'He was a mond Jenkins, at home; and twc member of St. Michael's Catholicidaughters, Miss Anna Jenkins, at jhome. and Miss Mary Jenkins, ... .. widow,; Clarksburg. Mrs. Mary (Spiker) Rae: a son,' The body is at the residence John W. Rae, stationed with the j where services will be conducted Air Force at Lowery Field, Den-jtomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. A. B. ver, Colo.: It stepchildren, : Mrs.]Mann, pastor of Thomas Presby- John Gentry, Lonaconing: Miss'terian Church, and Rev. G. F. Margaret Powell. Frostburg; Mrs.jClendennin of St. George. Inter- Joseph Elliott, Cumberland: Annie'.mem will be in the St. George E. and Hazel Powell, both at home; (Cemetery. John and Ernest Powell, both of j . Hoover Services Baltimore: Hugh Powell, Midloth-' FRANKLIN - Services for Wilian; George Powell, Los Alamos,'Ham C. Hoover, 74, .of Brandywine, N. .M.; Joseph Powell, Eckhartjwho was killed when struck by an Sees Historic State Capitol ANNAPOLIS W>' — Twenty-eight members of the Virginia Travel Council visited here yesterday with their Maryland counterparts. The tour, part of a Delmarva promotion, visited Maryland's historic statehouse, and L. D. Cooley of Charlottesville, the president, presented Gov. McKeldin arid acting Annapolis Mayor Robert Campbell with gavels made from a tree from the Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's estate. The visitors then were taken on a walking tour of the city's historic streets and waterfront before a luncheon. Police Lack Clue To Dad Who Left Son, 5, At Hole' BALTIMORE Wi — Police said today they had no idea what happened to Joseph Linvillef Winston' Salem, N.C., truck driver who left his five-year-old *on at a hotel Sunday night and disappeared. The boy, Joseph Ray Linvill, was turned over las night to his grandfather, F. B. Brooks of Winston- Salem, after spending most of the day at. a police station. Police Sgt. Louis Rehak said this is what he had been able to find out: p.m. Sunday and hasn't been se since. < • The trailer part of his truck wa; found on 'a nearby street Monday its apple 'cargo gone. The tractor was found early to day, not far away. Police acknowledged the"y were working on the theory Linvill was the victim of hijackers. ' r ndcrgohig Training benjamin H. Dorsey Jr., son of >iijamin H. Dorsey, Homewood •Idition. is undergoing basic train... ig at the Marine Corps Recruit )epot at Parris Island. S. .C.. 'orsey will complete his basic •aining this month. '• .' ' • • A R T H R I T I S ? I liov« b««n wondtrfvlly bl«M*d in being r«tored to active lif« ofltr being- crippled in nearly every joint in my and with muscular sor«ne»» horn food" to foot. I had Rheumatoid Arthritii end' other forms o^Rheumatism. hands Atform. ed and my onklw wer« i»t. • Limited space prohibits telling y<*4 |To Open Road Projocls j BALTIMORE I5V-GOV. McKeldin,»iir reply oi o«c« and tell yo. K*. I will do a bit of ribbon snipping ;"«i~ d *; s wonderful r,iM. - •-• .-. Mrs. lela S. Wier Linvill and his, son arrived inJDec. 16, opening two short sections• • • - • • 'of two big highway projects—the j Baltimore -last Saturday evening, the father driving a tractor-trailer ja^/jtasSSS-sarr Travel-Council and president elec of the National Assn. of Travel Organizations, was among the visitors. Baltimore Beltway and'the Har-j risburg Expressway. The United States is the third BRING YOUR FILM WORK to bt dtv«iop«d • RAND'S 34 H»u» Strvit* WE SEU FILM O» Alt KINDS RAND'S Car Baltimore) and Centre" Sti Mrs. Gerson. Group movement. Miss Agatha V Dorsey and Miss Helen Parker: music, Miss Withrow; speaking parts, Mrs. Johnson and Mrjs. 'Kathryri-Stevens; publicity, Mrs. Lclita Llewellyn, and Mrs. Mary Alderton; tickets, Mrs. Madeline Michael and Mrs. Mignot: pro- igrams, Mrs. Novella Crowe, and [lighting,' Oberlin Chancy, Augustine Diaz and Mrs. Mignot. Although coral is typically tropical, there are corals off the coasts of Scotland" and Norway that differ in no important respects from tropical forms. last Friday, were conducted lliree brothers, James, Thomas andjMonday at the Brandywine Breth- i ar g es t exporter of rice. Michael Rae, all of Scotland, and'ren Church. Interment was in the 1 a sisteroMrs. Maggie Watt, Cum--Cedar Hill Cemetery, beriand. \ A native of Brandywiue, he was The body is at the Hafer .Fu-;a son of the late John and Cath- neral Home. ierine (Simmons) Brandywine. A requiem mass will be cele-l He is survived by his widow, ing two days' rent in advance. The father went out to buy the boy some clothes. They had dinner together and Linvill put the boy to bed. . Linvill left the hotel about 7:30 brated Thursday at 9 a. m. in St. Mrs. Etta,Mae (Nesselrodt) Hoovia. i_<ii.ai Michael's Church. Froslburg. In- er; three daughters. Miss Marjorie terment will be in the parish ceme-!Hoover, Port Deposit, .Md.: Mrs. tery. Lawrence R. Barlh Never a crowd! Twin When you have a . Vanitory* When you have a two bathroom 'family in a one bathroom home it calls for a twin bowl Formica Vanitory. Speeds dad to work and the kids to school. Come in and. let's talk it over. THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLANING MILL COMPANY Queen St. at B. & 0. R. R. Dial PA 2-2600 MT. SAVAGE — Lawrence Roy Earth, 73, died yesterday at Church and Home Hospital, Baltimore. He had been in ill health for the past three weeks. A native of here, he was a son ol the late John and Martha (Bauer) Earth: Mr. Earth had resided in Baltimore for the past 15 years, and was a retired employe of CMC. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth (Hinckle) Barth; two brothers, Robert Barth, of here, and Charles Barth, Flint, Mich.; a sister, Mrs. Annie Ubi of here, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at St. George Episcopal Church in Dundalfc by Rev. Brinley R. Madge,. pastor. The body will be brought to St. George Episcopal Church here at 9 a. m. Thursday for a service by Rev. G. Stanley Schwind, pastor. John L. Blackburn . ROMNEY — John Lester Blackburn, 67; of here, died yesterday at. Memorial Hospital. Cumberland. He had been in ill health for the past six years. A retired farmer, he was a son of the late George W. and Mary (Parker) Blackburn. His first wife, Mrs. Gertie (Lyons) Blackburn, died 18 years ago. He is survived by his. widow, Mrs. Rebecca (Kesner) Blackburn; four daughters, Mrs. Robert McGee, Romney; Mrs. • Robert Host,.Bunker Hill, W. Va.; Mrs. Lloyd- Riggleman, Keyset 1 ,-, and Miss Nancy Louise Blackburn, at home, and four sons, Gilbert Blackburn, Romney; Charles Blackburn, Ridgeley, and William fi. and Roger L. Blackburn, both at home. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a. hi. at the Combs Funeral.Home by Rev. Robert P. Thomas. Interment will be in the Schorr. (W.Va.) Cemetery. Thomas G. Phillips ECKHART — Thomas Greenly Phillips, 58, died yesterday at his home. He was a son of the late Thomas and Katberine (Nelson) Phillips, i He. is survived by five sisters ;Mrs. Brousson Davison. Washing'ton: -Mrs. James M. Chambers, Cleveland: Mrs. James E. Hoi .singer, of here; Mrs. James E. : Gibson, Arlington, and Miss Leona Phillips, at home; and tsvo bro thers. Andrew N. Phillips, Cumberland, and William H. Phillips, Arlington. The body is at the residence. Airs. Mary Jenkins Frederick Evick, Franklin, and Mrs, Harry Warner, Baltimore; a son, Clyde Hoov'er, Brandywine; five sisters, Mrs. Laura Varner, Dry Fork; Mrs. Julia Miller and Mrs. Sally Blizzard, both of Brandywine; Mrs. Nettie Hoover and Mrs. Lulu Hoover, both of Colum- DUS, Ohio; four brothers. Ami Hoover, Cumberland, Md.; Morgan, Pink and Luman Hoover, all of Brandywine. 20 grandchildren and seven great graudcirldren. Tomlinson Services Services for Mrs. Alice M. Tom- inson, 83, of 142 Bedford Street, who died yesterday at the Allegany bounty Infirmary, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Kight Funeral Home by Rf-v. H. M. Richardson, pastor of 'Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be James A. Avirett, John Troxler. James Sullivan and Raymond Johnston. Sellers Dies (Continued from Page 11) companions to go deer hunting. He complained of feeling ill and shortly after leaving the hunting lodge he returned. Members of his party said he was sitting in a chair at the lodge when he slumped over. Death was attributed to a heart attack. He was d son of the late William Howard and Etta High Sellers. Besides his widow, he is survived by two sons, Weldon W. Sellers, and Bruce Sellers; five sisters, Mrs. M. J. Ruppenkamp, city; Mrs. Harry H. Johnson, New Boston, Texas; Mrs. C. J. Hollen, Punxsutawney, Pa.; Mrs. Ethel S. Barnliiii, city; and Mrs. Hazel S. Knisely. Washington; and a brother. George W. 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