Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 30, 1955 · Page 23
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 23

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 30, 1955
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TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1955 J Dial IPA-2-4600 tor '..'§ WANT AD MarylandU/ JHeadTalksTo Rotary Club HAGERSTOWN Wl—Dr. H. Elkins, president of the University; of Mary land, said today : , "quantity and quality are not incompatible" in education. He told the Hagerstown Rotary Club "the people must be willing to spend more money for education" if a college education is to • be provided for a larger number ol people. . "The individual can and should contribute towards his own preparation-but the amount must not be excessive as to eliminate a large number of deserving students." Dr. Elkins said our complex_social and technological society "demands more education for all oi the people and a higher education for those who can and will take advantage of it. "We.should be careful that quantity does not dilute the.product but we should not fear quantity," Dr. Elkins added. "Quantity and quality are not incompatible." . Experiments have shown that hogs gain weight faster, specially during hot weather, if given night .lights. '.. . , ; ... : ' , ; ',-. Obitunry (Continued from Page 11) Leonard J. Fuller and Mrs. Car! Wilson R. White, both of this city. it pays to shop !• at warhaft's i.. for VKIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS 9 79 North Centre St. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home. Mrs. Delia Hoffman KINGWOOD—Mrs. Delia Hoffman, 74, widow of Oren W. Hoffman, died Monday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lois Miller, Hag erstown, Md. Born near Tunnelton, she wat a daughter of the late -John and Amelia (McGee) Goff. Surviving, besides Mrs. Miller, is another daughter, Mrs. Esther Knotts, Keyser. The body is at the Browning Funeral Home here. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a. m. at Kingwood Methodist Church by Rev. D. D. Wadsworth. Mrs. Isa C. Metheny TERRA ALT A—Mrs. Isa .Catherine Metheny, 68, died Monday at her home here. She was a daughter of the late Silas and Margaret'(Engle) Welch. Survivors include a brother, Willie Welch, Oakland. Md. Services were conducted this afternoon at Whitedale Brethren Church "near here and interment was in the Miller Cemetery near Cranesyille. Mrs. Alherta R. Porter WELLERSBURG—Mrs. Alberta Rebecca Porter, 79, widow of rant Porter, died yesterday in Somerset State Hospital where she riad been a patient a month. Born at Austin, W.'Va., she was a daughter of the late William and Anna (Bomar) Griffith. Mrs. Porter was a member oi Wellersburg Evangelical Church. Surviving are a son, Melvin Por- er, RD 1, Hyndman; two .daughters, Mrs. Edith Sturtz, Wellers- 3iirg, and Mrs. 'Nellie Butler, .New York : City; a brother, Herbert Griffith, Frostburg, .J2 grandchil- One of Maryland's Leading PRESCRIPTION Stores dr«n and five great-grandchildren. The body is at the Ziegler. Funeral Home, Hyndman, where services will be conducted • tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. Charles Evans; Interment will be in Cook's Cemetery. Paula M. Miller r Paula Marie Miller, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Miller, Sudlersville, died November 24 in Dover (Del.) Hospital where she was born October 26. Surviving, besides the 'pa and sisters, are ' the : paternal grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph S. Miller, Mason Road. ' . Elder Charles E. Nair '-. OAKLAND-Elder Charles E. Nair, 81, a native of Garrett County, died Sunday in Rockingham Memorial Hospital, Harrisonburg, Va., following an extended illness. Born near Oakland, he was a son of the late Robert F. and Susannah (Hess) Nair. He was. ordained ah elder in the Church of the Brethren in 1921 and had been active in church work until suffer- ing'a heart ailment about two years ago., ., . / ; Services and interment . took place this afternoon at Mayland, Va. . ' John A. Boyle ECKHART —John A. Boyle, 55, died yesterday" in Miners Hospital, Frostburg, where he was admitted after suffering a heart attack at bis home. - . : •• He was a son of Mrs. Bernadette 'Moore) Boyle and the late Dennis A. Boyle. He held membership in St. Michael's Catholic Church, the Holy Name Society of the parish and"Frostburg Council 1442, Knights of-Columbus. Surviving, besides; his mother, are a .brother, Edward Boyle, Frostburg; and a sister, Miss Mary Boyle, at home. The body, is at the ;fesidehce. A requiem mass will be celebrated Friday at 9:30 a. ••• m. at St. Michael's Church and .interment will be in the parish cemetery. Consor Kifer .Consor "Buck" Kifer, a former resident, died November 17 in Perry Point Veterans'Hospital. A veteran of World War I, he riad operated a store while residing here. •'.'.. Survivors include a brother, McClennan Kifer. this city..:., r' ."' Barlh Funeral j_; ' MT. SAVAGE—Services for Lawrence Roy Earth, 78, native of Mt". Savage, who died Monday at Church Home and Hospital. Balti- Offers You - - 4 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS All. Prescriptions Triple is* V* v* Checked FREE DELIVERY FAIR PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS IN FILE FROM 1898 * S4YF BY CALLING: • FREE DELIVERY ••. :*•• PArkview 4-3646 PArkview 4-3647 101 N. CENTRE ST. FREE, DELIVERY ' V* ^ Greater Support (Continued from .Page 11) and "Symphony No. 40 in Minor." Other orchestra numbers were two dances from "The Nut cracker Suite" '(Tschaikowsky) an< that same composer's. "Sleeping Beauty Waltz." Gould's "Pavan ne" and the Grand March from Verdis' "Aida" concluded the reg ular program. -So insistent was the applause that two encores wein added. The continuance of this Cumber land orchestra is of such import tence to the cultural life of community .that wider 'public sup port is imperative. If the devotee group of players who'give their time and talent to provide such musical entertainment ;can brav adverse weather conditions, then the least that the public can do is to attend the concerts and con tribute to the orchestra's support Instead of 300 people, the approxi mate attendance last night, there should be 1000 at the next concer of' the Cumberland , Symphony .-J. W.H. Wrappings. .;;'.' * '•• 'Posf'Car'dShop 25 N. Centre St. Cresaptown Teen .Club Formed By Youth Grou] The Cresaptown Teen Club wa; selected as the name for' the new club formed by the Cresaptown Youth Council. The club has been formed to pro vide recreation for young people of the area. The council will meet tonight a 7 o'clock at Cresaptown Methodis Church. ; Parent Study Group Will Meet Tomorrow The Johnson Heights School Par ent Study Group at the school tomrorow at 2 p. m. with Mrs: Fern Wilson.presiding. Mrs A. J. Mirkih will review Arine Lindbergh's "Gift of The Sea." Supper • Scheduled The. John Humbird Schoo! Parent-Teacher Association wil hold a covered dish supper in the school at 5:30-p.'m. today. more, will be conducted here ai 4 p. m. tomorrow in St. George's Episcopal Church by Rev. G. Stan ley Schwind, rector. Interment wil 36 in the parish cemetery. The. body will be taken to the church when it arrives here -to morrow at 9 a. m. Hartley Burial Services for Lester T. Hartley 61, of North Rose, N. -Y., who died Saturday, were conducted this afternoon at the Hafer. Funera Home here. Rev; Walter Long aastor of Mt. Morris (Pa.).Assem )ly of God Church, officiated ant .nterment was in Glendale Churcl of the Brethren, Flint'stone. Pallbearers were Thomas and Howard Robinette, George Clinger man, Aubrey Mauzy, Roberl Whorton and George Poole.. Phillips Services ECKHART—Services for Thorn as G. Phillips, 58, who died Mon day at his home here, will be con ducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the residence by Rev. Wilbur D Grose, pastor of Eckhart Metho dist Church. 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BALTIMORE (*l — New claims for unemployment compensation went down slightly in Maryland last week, hanging about at 'the same low levels-., established through 1955.. : Although the state figure took a slight drop, the Employment Se curity Board at Hagerstown issued 670 benefit checks last week after a steady climb from a low of 245 early in September. The Hagerstown figure last week was greater than Cumberland's, the long-standing employment soft spot in Western Maryland. • : The State Department of Employment Security reported there were 2,160 new claims filed last week, compared with 2,259 the week before, 3,482 in the corresponding week cf 1954" and 2,717 in the last full week of November two years ago. The recent low was 1,449 in the second week of October, but the average since the first of. August is about 2,100. Seasonal soft spots continued in evidence at Cambridge, Salisbury and Crisfield, where fluctuations reflect the ebb and flow of : the vegetable canning iand seafood packing business. ..-.-' There; were 174 new claims "for benefits filed last week at -Cambridge, for example. This was an increase of 33. Of the 174.; new claims, 123 were filed by persons who previously had been laid off and' collected benefits since'" last April 1. The number of persons receiving benefit checks at Cambridge . now has climbed to \- 323. In 'the winter it usually goes iip. to around 1,000. Claims continued rather heavy in the Hagerstown area,- where there were .104; new ones-last week —about the same as it has been running since Fairchild Aircraft Division completed work on a-contract and started cutting back its force. Throughout the state, the ESB issued 7,189 benefit checks last week/compared with 7,483 the pre- vious.week and 21,161 in the corresponding week of 1954. 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