Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 5, 1955 · Page 16
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Si;, TEEN EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD M MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Ohio Hunter Hospitalized With Wound . KEYSER — A 26-year-old Ohio hunter was admitted Saturday evening to Potomac Valley Hospita. here with a gunshot wound of the right elbow suffered near Arthurdale. Attaches identified the victim as Robert Luzador and said his condition is "not serious." Luzador was reportedly shot by Richard Franklin Dugan, 30. of Arthurdale. who has posted bond for appearance Obituary Saturday afternoon before Justice of Peace Stanley Yost on a charge of negligence in the use of a firearm. Slate Trooper Charles Oliver, who investigated, said Dugan informed him he thought he was firing .at a deer. Trooper Oliver said a possible! (Continued from Page 9) Garrett, William and Walter Dixon. all of Youngslown. Ohio; Claude Dixon, Monogahela Cily, Pa., and Robert Dixon, Deer Park, and two stepdaughters, Mrs. Gladys Patterson. Donora. Pa., and Mrs. Evelyn Marsh, Cleveland. Conley Services A requiem mass will be celebrated for Mrs. Mary P. Conley, 77, who died Saturday at her home, 122 South Liberty Street, Wednesday at 9 a. m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Interment will be in SS: Peter and Paul temetery. Pallbearers , will be Sylvesler Shircliff, William H. Buchhollz, John McGraw, Patrick Hopkins, "/acey Cifala and Peter J. ;arpenti. The body will remain at the Mrs. Margaret Bennett ELKINS--Services for Mrs. Margaret Frances (Reel) Bennett, 82, of here, who died November 29 in Huntington Memorial Hospital,! were conducted Saturday at the Bayard Methodist Church by Rev. Sears Plans 'Mystery GirP Kevser Office At IloodTutors iveysei uuice w Sludenl Frank Johnson, pastor. Interment was in tery. A native of Ravenswood.4 she was a daughter of the late Solomon and Eunice Alice Reel. She was the widow of R. S. Bennett, and had lived here for more than 30 years. KEYSER—Scars Roebuck and Company has leased property on FREDERICK wv-There's a Armstrong Sired near North Mainitcry girl at Hood College. Maybe as a catalogue-mail order store, it ! th" next biology exam will turn iher up. from: The mystery started when Vir- The today, property was leased Ralph 0. Martin, Keyser business-iginja Manning, a sophomore, need man, for a period, of five years.cd some help on her biology. Vir Ba -d Come ! F ' rm officials said extensive re-'ginia was in the hospital, recover- y " modeling of the quarters is plan- ing from an appendectomy. She'd "ned, particularly in the line of imissed several classes, lighting fixtures and .air condition- Sue Shusler, a junior, volun- jng. leered for the job. fatal accident almost took place near the scene of the Luzador wounding. Walter Pulliam. of Keyser, had just emerged from his car when a bullet from a high- powered rifle penetrated the lefl front door of his vehicle and continued throught the opposite door. The path of the projectile indicated a possible fatal wound had Pulliam been seated in his car, Trooper Oliver said. The weapon involved had been fi.ed at "quite a distance" from rvhere it penetrated Pulliam's car. Trooper Oliver added. Scarpelli Funeral Home where the rosary will be recited.tomorrow at 8 p. m. Luther S. Warnick OAKLAND - Luther Sherman Warnick. 70, retired employe of the State Roads Commission; died yesterday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Charles Paugh, Deer Park. He had been in ill health a month. A native of Garrett county, he was a son of the late Bouse and Clarice (Beaver) Warnick. He was employed at the State Roads 'Messiah' Scheduled At Allegany .Tonight The Cumberland Choral Society's annual presentation of Handel's "Messiah" tonight at the will lake Allegany place High School Auditorium, beginning at 3:30. '•'•:;'•' '': Conducting the Christmas ora- 'tprio for the second straight year wil Ibe Charles I. Sager. Mrs. Robert Gormer will.be making her third appearance as accompanist and Betty Wilson, a native of Frostburg, and a member of the Pro-Musica Anliqua in New York, will be soprano soloist. Commission garage here. He is survived by four Clarence ^Bcnnttt^DelZilTndi uaience L.. ccnneu, uetrou, an Col. Roberl S. Bennett, servin with the Army in Japan; tw daughters Mrs. Gretia Lee Willis Elkins. and Mrs. Audrey Nethers Oldtown; a brolher, Granl Ree Beverly; three sisters, Mrs. Mar Shurcliff, Baltimore; Mrs. Lilli Hanlon, Mt. Storm, and Mrs. Lol Brinegar, Washington; 15 granc children; 19 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren Youth Attacks, Robs Woman A 55-year-old ioeaJ woman is re ported in "good" condition thi morning at Memorial Hospita where she was admitted last nigh after being knocked down by a 13 Merchandise will be displayed at Sue went over to the hospital the store,'it was announced and iliand after her second session of is anticipated.that it will be open-!tutoring reported her pupil was cd in lime for Christmas shoppers, doing very well. jyear-old youth, who took her purs sons,'] and fled. Victor Warnick. Essex; Luthei Warnick, Deer Park; Lerpy anc Huie Warnick, both of Baltimore: Ihree other daughters, Mrs. George Tichnell, Swanton; Mrs. Genevieve Kelly and Mrs. Warden Slahl, both of Baltimore; three sisters, Mrs. Liicretia Moreland, Morgantown; Mrs. Florence fay- ibr, Piedmont, and Mrs. Lizzie Brooks, Essex; 32 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. The body is'at the home of Mrs. Paugh. Services will be conducted to- norrow at 2- .p.m. at Mt. Zion Ihurch. Interment will be in the Turner Cemetery. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— , Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids astonishing statement* like "Pilon have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healinc substance (Bio-Dyne*)-discovcry of n world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under (he name Preparation H.* At your druggist. Money back euarantcc. *n«c. u. s. r«t. off. '!»«• York. N. V. (Sp.d.l) —For the . first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids V»nd to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently - relieving pain, actual reduction .'(shrinkage) took place. Most amazing: of all — results were •o thorough that sufferers made Hospital attaches said Mrs. Ann c M, Knieriem. 638 North Centr Slreet, sustained a possible frac tured 1 shoulder. City Police Officers Elmer Shank and Carl Williams, who invesligat ed along with Deteclive Josep] Stitcher, said Mrs. Knieriem wa found lying on the sidewalk in fron of 636 North Centre Street. Approximately 15 minutes late police nabbed the youth. Polio liad received a description of the boy from Howard. W. Jackson, Pioneer Place, who said the youtl had crawled under his car. Afie telling the boy to get out from un dernealh the car, Jackson said he found'the purse and wallet. The youth-was released in the custody of his parents, and will be ;iven a hearing in'Juvenile Cour afler Mrs. Knieriem from the hospital. is releasec Advertisement New Vicks Wonder-Drug Spray Clears Worst Head-Cold Distress! Lett You Brvoth« For Hour* — Almost At If Your Cold Had Gon«l Hetpt Fight Germ-Infection. New Clinic-Styl. 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At birth, the oyster is known as a larva and, in this stage, it swims about freely for a few days, then sinks, attaches itself to something, and begins the process of growing up. When full-grown, 'the oyster has no power to move. of. merchandise is al- Virginia called Dean {Catherine ready here'and will be placed inlSherrill. the store.as'soon as the remodel-) "Where's Sue? 1 want to start ing is • completed. Personnel forjmy lessons." "She's already given you two," countered Dean Sherrill, thinking Virginia was perhaps a little feverish. the store is already enroute here, a firm spokesman said. The property" leased has been a furniture store for many years, being used originally in that business by Martin, and-later leased to the Wolf Furniture Company. Clay ton Gets (Continued from Page 9) Whisner said collections decreased S148.S8 - for the period November 20-27. The collections November 20 amounted to $728.58 compared, to 5580 the week of November 27. His report also noted $5.95 taken from parking meters which had • been made'available to contributors to the Muscular Dystrophy fund campaign here. A report on receipts and disbursements by Commissioner John J. Long shows-these balances as of December 1: General, $615,217.41; water operative, $39,669.18; general improvement bonds, $115,075.47; sewer bonds of 1931, $14,356.90; and sewage disposal plant bonds, 5285.726.8-.. Letter of Thanks Council filed a letter of thanks rom the social studies classes of Fort Hill High .School .f— r \ shown during a recent visit to council meeting. Two licenses were approved, as follows: Charles F. Guriey, North Mechanic Slreet, used cars; and- Lancaster's Service Station, Henderson Avenue' and Glenn Slreet, open air commercial parking lot. .. Water, consumption for the week ending yesterday was 81,510,000 gallons compared 'to 99,500,000 the same period a year ago. The water level at Lake Gordon is two feel six inches below Ihe crest of the spillway and at Lake Koon six "eel seven inches below. St.-;-Luke's Lutheran Church, 'olumbia Street at Bedford Street, was granted permission to use loud speakers atop the church for liristmas music during the period December 19-24 from 6:30 to 8:30 . m. Rev. Everett W. Culp; pastor of 'irst Methodist Church, gave the nvocation. Lions Memorialize Edgar Vandcgrif t The Cumberland Ljpns Club is making two donations of S750 each in memory of Edgar D. Vandegrift, local contractor, who died last week. One of the contributions will go to the Central YMCA for member- Scnator Butler To Begin Tour U.S. Senator John Marshall Butler was scheduled to arrive here this afternoon to begin a four-day tour of Allegany county, James S. Getty, chairman of the Republican State Central Committee of Allegany County, said he reships for needy youngsters and thelceived a telegram" from Senator other to the Allegany county Lea-Butler this morning stating he gue for Crippled Children. , A past president of the Lions, Mr. Vandegrift was vitally interested in both of these community agencies. would arrive about 1:30 p.m. with his administrative assistant, E. M. Hood. Senator Butler is scheduled to visit the B&O's Back Shop and William Carscaden was named| Bo , t and Forge Snop this a r te r- chauman of a special committee. 00fl and k to (he Frosfburg comprised of past presidents of Rot club toni ht the Lions, to develop a fitting mem- I Sue reported two more lessons) completed. Virginia called again to ask where her tutor was. Dean Sherrill took Sue to the hospital. "Have you been tutoring a girl in biology?" "Yes." "Is this the girl?" "No."' .. Dean Sherrill still is trying to orial to the late president of the contracting firm. In addition, each Lion will be asked at the weekly luncheon Wednesday to contribute a dollar to be sent to the Damon Ru'nyon Cancer Fund in memory of Mr. Vandegrift. Bazaar Tomorrow The WSCS.of LaVale Methodist Chruch will-hold its annual bazaar tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m in ; the church. Fellowship Han of the puzzle out the name of the girl who got the extra biology lessons. LOT 'OWNERS M^V. i!teS: ! .sU:«g"~-"~ ; nBMs^tsisfi SHOW ROOM AND OFFICE OPEN TUESDAY TO FRIDAY 9 UNTIL S MONDAYS » UNTIL 9 FOR 1955 CATALOGS MAIL 25c EACH Tomorrow morning, he will tour the B&O Round House and in the Jean Rowland Circle Parly On Wednesday The Jean Rowland Circle ot Melvin Methodist Church wilThold its Christmas part.v Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the recreation hall of the church. Secret sisters will be revealed during the program. afternoon visit in Cumberland, Cresaptown and LaVale. The Republican senator will visit in Mt. Savage. Frostburg, Shaft, Lonaconing, Midland, Barton and Westernport Wednesday morning and afternoon, and speak to Women's Republican Club Frostburg at 7 p.n . Scheduled Thursday will be visits in this city and attendance at .he Kiwanis Club luncheon, followed by a tour of the Flintstone area. the °l* GIVE HER . . . THE DREAM KITCHEN FOR CHRISTMAS Natural Birch Kitchen Cabinets at "faclory-to-you" prices ) No. 20 Deluxe Homss ) No. 16 Economy Homes Show Room and Office—702 Hill Top Drive Phone PA 2-2322 — Cumberland, Md. Cumberland Kitchens Display Room and Plant, ELLERSLIE, MD. Phone PA 2-5303 foulh Injures Ankle Donald Hollen, 11-year-old son f Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hollen, 13 Hill Top Drive, sustained an ijury to his right ankle yesterday vhile playing football in Ihe CYO league. Hollen, a member of St. Mary's latholic School team, was admit- erl for X-rays and observation. VICKS Medi-Mist NASAL. 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For it is not at all unusual for Cadillac owners to salute one another as they pass on the highway ... or to exchange approving nods as they wait at the traffic light. Cadillac owners, you see, know that they have at least one mutual friend ... in the Cadillac car. And (he chances are that if they were to meet, (hey would find (hey had a great deal more in common than just their affection for the "car of cars." For Cadillac, owners, taking them by and large, are people who share a keen appreciation for the finer things in life. And, generally speaking, they are people of sound judgment and unusual practical wisdom. They have learned, for instance, how reasonable a new Cadillac can be insofar as original cost is concerned. They have seen for themselves how economical a Cadillac is to operate through the miles . . . and how dependable it is through the months. And they have savored that final reward for choosing the "car of cars"—Cadillac's extraordinary resale value. Perhaps, in view of these remarkable facts, the time has come for you to meet this wonderful friend of America's most demanding motorists. We'll be delighted to infroduce 3'ou at any time you find convenient—and to supervise a personal demonstration on the 'highway. Why not come in today? SPOERL S GARAGE SALES 205 N. Mechanic St. Cumberland SERVICE 28 North George St.

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