Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 20, 1957 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, May 20, 1957
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SIXTEEN EVKN1NG TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker •ff^^R Virginia, Trucker Pinned In Wreck For 90 Minutes ^A 23-year-old Stephens, Va., jrucker narrowly escaped death early this morning when he was pinned In his tractor-Ira Her near Homney. Admitted to Polomac Vallej Hospital, Kcyser, was Keven W. Onips. He is reported in "lair" condition. Trooper W. F. Bowley of the West Virginia State Police in Homney said Onips was pinnc( in his rig for more than an hour and half after he crashed along U. S. Route 50, two miles wes of Romney. Trooper Bowley said Ihe mar was traveling wcsl on the high way when he failed to make a slight right turn, smashed through Ihc guard rails and jack knifed into Mill Run'. ,'Tlie state trooper and members of the Romney Volunteer Fire Company worked almost two hours before cutting the man from tre rig. Police said the rig was loadec with rock dirt. Obituary New Hagerslowii .•; (Conlinued from Page 9) Jtethoa'isl Church in Baltimon since 1952. liis previous pas (orates included First Methodis Church in Westminster U947 1B52); Trinity Methodist Churc in Baltimore (1945-1947) an Lauraville Methodist Church Baltimore (1936-1945). A native of Baltimore, Rev Woodward, 49, is a graduate Western Maryland College, whie awarded him an honorary degre in 1954, and Westminster Thei logical Seminary. He was elec ed to the board of trustees Western Maryland College la year. Dr. Marsh, the outgoing di Irict superintendent, has the di tinction of having twice bee appointed a district superi lendent. In addition to his la six years on the Hagerstown D trict, he served from 1933 throug 1936 on the Moorefield Distri in Virginia. Dr. Marsh's pastorates betwei these two appointments to d tricls were at Brookland Melh dist Church (1347-1950), St. Pau Methodist Church in Hagcrstot (1941-J946) and Trinity Method Church in Martinsburg, W. V: (1937-1941). Both Lakes Full Lake Gordon is two incl above the crest of Ihc spillw and Lake Koon one inch abo' C. L. Brolemarkle, assistant su erintendent of Evill's Cre Water Company, repotted to the Mayor and Council today. Consumption for the week ending yesterday was 87,100,000 gallons compared to 80,180,000 the same period a year ago. (Continued from Page 9) ,'thlan Sisters, being the oldest ist grand chief of the organiza- in in Maryland, and was a tarter member of the Royal eighbors of America. Surviving are two sons, John rice, Lonaconing, and Joseph rice, Cleveland; two daughters rs. Nellie Gunter, Froslburg nd Mrs. Thclma Schmidt, Clevend; two brothers, David Cline roslburg, and Alfred Cline, Gir rd, Ohio; seven grandchildren x great-grandchildren and two rcat-great-grandchildrcn. The body is at the Uurs uneral Home where Calanthe cmple will hold ritualistic serves tomorrow at 7 p. m. Services ill be conducted Wednesday at 30 p. m. at the (uneral home y Rev. E. Elwood Settle, pas- ir of First English Church. In- irmcnt will be in Frostburg Icmorial Park. Henry Wicgantl Henry Wiegand, 84, of Locust rove, died last night al Memo- al Hospital where he had been patient six days. Mr. Wiegand, a native of Gcr- lany, came to this country C4 ears ago and first settled in rostburg. He was a son of the cily; a brother, William Arnold, Augusta; two sisters, Mrs. Ella ShaniiolUer and Miss Nettie Ar- lold, both of Augusta; 18 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m. at Ebenezcr Church in Augusta. Burial wit oi: in the church cemetery. The body is al the Stein Funera Home. Daytdii Conneway, <3ormania, : W. Va.;- a brother,. Charles Blamble, Gormania, and 10 grandchildren. ''.-.''.. The body is at, the Leighton Funeral Home here, John F. Miller John F, Miller, 66, of New Cumberland, Pa., died Saturday evening in Harrisburg, Pa. Hospital. Surviving are his wife, Mrs Xetta (All) Miller, a daughter, Mrs. Mary Kathryn Corcoran, John E, Messmaii John E. Messman, 56, former resident of Cumberland, died yes terday at his home in Bellaire N'ew Cumberland, a son, J. Paul Miller, Broomall, Pa.; five sis ters, Mrs. Alice Exline, Land over Hills, Mrs. Ellen Cessna Ml. Savage; Mrs. Anna Fradis ka, Beaver, Pa.; Mrs. Ursla Dougherty, Ridgcley; Mrs. Jeai Kalbaugh, New Brighton, Pa. Ohio, following an illness of two two brothers, Henry Miller, St weeks. A native of Cumberland, he as a son of the late John F. and Carrie (Johnson) Messman. Mr. Messman left here about 20 years ago. He was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and of the Glass Workers Local in Bellaire. He is survived by his wife, Ger ale Henry and Katherine Wic- and. Ife was a hardware mer- hanl Ihere for a number of years efore going into the tinsmith usiness. He is survived by his widow, .Irs. Elsie E. Wiegand, Hyatts ille; two sons, Marshall, Long Calif., and Arthur Wie- Boston; a daughter, ,lrs. Emily Smith, West Holly- vood, Calif., and two stcp-daugh crs, Mrs. Mclvin Drew, Locus Petersburg, Fla.; Norbert Mil er, Steubenville, Ohio, and three grandchildren. The body will be al the Mussel man Funeral Home, 324 Humme Avenue, Lemoyne, Pa. from p. m. to 9 p. m. tomorrow. The rosary will be recited at the fun eral home tomorrow at 8 p. m A requiem high mass will b (rude (Wagner) Messman; two celebrated on Wednesday al daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Mario, Greensburg, Pa., and Mrs. Aileen Malobrli, Jeanette, Pa.; a son, Airman 1/c John II. Jlessman, with the U. S. Air Force in Spain; a sister, Mrs. Viola Kaeslin, Syracuse, N. Y.; a half-sister, Mrs. !l5aybelle Kuhn, Tiffin, Ohio; a brolher, Leo Messman, Elizabeth, Pa., and five grandchildren. The body will arrive at the Kight Funeral Home here tomor- Jcssie E. Welsh Jessie E. Welsh, 77, of 549 Fair- vicw Avenue, died last night in Memorial Hospital shortly after being admitted. He had been in ill health two years. A native of Breczewood, Pa., he was a son of the late John and [). m. in St. Thomas's Catholi Church in New Cumberland an interment will be in Holy Cros Cemetery, Harrisburg. Mrs. Lcltia Blamble OAKLAND — Mrs. Letlia Blamble, 77, widow of John A Blamble, died Friday in Hem Ford Hospital, Detroit, where sh had been a patient five days. A native of Terra Alta, W. Va she was a daughter of the lai Adam II. and Jane (Broomhau Fealher, and had been a residen of Garrett county for more tha GO years. She was a member of he Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ward McCloy. Detroit, with •r, Patsy Crouse, also at home. Mrs'. James Ford > Mrs. Dorothy (Wagner) -Ford, l, -wife of James W. Ford, 322 ainnont Avenue, Waynesbo'ro, a., ;• died yesterday in Johns opklns Hospital;'Baltimore. She ad'been in ill health Jive years. Besides her husband she Is sur- ived by a son, Larry Ford, at ome, and a sister, Mrs. Lillian , Koser, of 116 Oak Streel. The body is. at the Grove Fu- eral Home in Waynesboro. Mrs. Minnie Knight BRUNSW1CK-A requiem mass 'as celebrated today for Mrs linnie B. Knight, 81, who died ast Thursday in Spring Grove itate Hospital. Rev. Paul Daugherty was cele irant of the mass at St. Francis Catholic Church here. Inter nxenl was in Ihc Reformed Ceme cry at Knoxville. Her husband, Lewis Knight preceded lier in death. 1 vere former residents of Owing Mill. Survivors include a sister Mrs. Sudie Crummilc, of Cum berland. Artist Dies in Fire LOS ANGELES—(INS)—Pen rhyn Stanlaws, portrait painte and illustrator, suffocated whe fire swepl through his apart nient. Italy's six-year conquest tha ended in 1941 marked the onl break in more than 2,000 year of Ethiopian sovereignty. 3RYAN-Mr. and Mrs. John R. Jr.,' Brookville, Md., a daugh ter . «n May 13 at .Prince Georges County Hospital. The mother is the former Miss Darlene Wright, of Barton. • The father is a former resident of Luke. OLLSWORTH-Mr. and Mrs. Don aid, LaVale, a son yesterdaj in Memorial Hospital. iACKSON, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frostburg, a son yesterday in Miners Hospital. POE-Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Rf> 5, a daughter last Friday in Memorial. SCHAD—Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hyndman, a daughter on Sat urday in Memorial. SH1PWAY—Mr. and Mrs. Ronal M., Flintstone, a son yeslerda in Memorial. STRIDE—Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley Ford,'a son yesterday in Memorial. WOLFE—Mr. and Mrs. John R. Jr., Frostburg, a daughter on Saturday in Memorial. Smorgasbord Tonight Mcl^inley Chapter 12, Order of Eastern Star, will hold a smorgasbord Ihis evening from 5 p. m. lo 7:30 p. m. at the Masonic Temple. A female fish deposits thousands and even hundreds of thousands of eggs. Dorm Burns At St Francis LORETTO, Pa. Wi—Fire swept at J25.000. The frame building was men's dormitory at St. Francis College, leaving only a charred hell today after a three-hour bat- le by firemen from 10 companies. Thirty-five students housed in lie dormitory, old Giles Hall, fled o safely when the blaze broke oul about 11:30 p.m. Most of the col ego's athletes lived in the hall vhich adjoined the gymnasium. Firemen estimated the damage one of the oldest structures on the campus. ..... , '.' , . One Ebensburg fireman, Donald Duman, was overcome by smoke. He was treated at the scene. Students formed a bucket 'brigade to fighl the fire, but it quickly got out of their control. Firemen arrived and kept it from spreading. Cause of the fire was not dc- Slock Market Higher NEW YORK W-The stock market was generally higher in early trading today. Looking* Lxike Grove, and Mrs. Lewis Howell, ilyattsville. The body is at the Sikox Funeral Home, Charles II. Simpson Charles Howard Simpson, 80, of 34 Roberts Place, died in Allc- ;any County Infirmary Saturday. Born in liath County. Va., he was a son of the late George W and Mary (Cleek) Simpson. He was a memher of Emmanuel Methodist Church. He is survived by his widow Mrs. Jennie (Schell) Simpson Baltimore; three sons, Frank Simpson, svith whom he formerly resided; Homer Simpson, Keyser, and Earl Simpson, Baltimore Pike; a daughter, Mrs. Lester Lindley, Baltimore; two brothers, Milton Simpson, Bedford Uoad, and Marvin Simpson, of near Keyser, and eight grandchildren. Services were conducted today y Rev. Kennelh M. Grove. In- rmenl was in Dawson Cemetery. Pallbearers, all nephews, were ynn, Clyde, Wood, Roy, Lewis Airs. Laura Shanholtzer Mrs. Laura C. Shanholtzcr, 85 cii yesterday afternoon at the ome of a daughter, Mrs. Hilda . Ryan, MOO Virginia Avenue. Born in Augusta, W. Va., she as a daughter of the late George nd Margaret (Chesire) Arnold nd the widow of Charles L. Shan oltzer. She is also survived by another aughter, Mrs. Lola L. Shepherd resaplown; two sons, Hcrber nd Frank C. Shanholtzcr, of this Alice (Ludwiege) Welsh. He was a former motorman for he Cumberland Electric Streetcar Company. He was also in he transfer business and retired several years ago after operating a service station. He was a member of Trinily Lutheran Church. Survivors include widow, Mrs. Amelia (Riehl) Welsh; two sons, Elmer E. and Homer A. Welsh, both of this city; a brother, George Welsh, Baltimore, and a sister, Mrs. Glena Bautnman, this city. The body is at the Silcox Funeral Residence. Mrs. Emma Conneway OAKLAND — Mis. Emma Conneway, former resident of Oakland, died last night in a Wes- .on, W. Va., hospital where she lad been a patient for nine years. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. William Sanders, Oakland, a son, for musical instruments sporting goods insurance or any other product or service for the homo or business, always look first in the YELLOW PAGES of your Telephone Directory. Find It Fast In The Yellow Pages C I f TUtPHONE ' COMPANY Of KHRYUNO whom she resided; three: sons, Gilbert and Frank Blamble, both of Gormania, and Jess Blamble. Mansfield, Ohio; a brolher, Walter Feather, Eglon, W. Va.; four grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m, Red House Lutheran Church with Rov. William A. Renn, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in " church cemetery. The body is at the Leighton Funeral Home here. Crouse Infant The son ot Jerry and Ruby (Hogbin) Crouse, born last Friday at Memorial Hospital, was buried yesterday at Woodgro've Cemetery in Paw Paw. The child died early yeslcrday morning. 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