Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 11, 1952 · Page 15
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD^ MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1952 FIFTEEN Cumberland REALTORS, members of the CUMBERLAND REAL ESTATE BOARD and the National Association of Real Estate Boards ... Invite You to Investigate the REALTOR-Listed Properties Below Attention Working Men J'<4 miles out Bedford Road is a m «tory ill? dwelling having 3 rooms, part bath, full bailment, c.lectrlc lights, spring water in house. Hi ncrea land. Building not completed. Good opportunity for the Party looking (or suburoan home. Priced low. Owner leaving city. Desirable small dwelling at 433 Columbia 8t. Is a 2 story frame and insd-roll siding dwelling having 4 rooms, bath. lull basement, warm air furnace heat, automatic Water heater. Owner left the city. Immediate possession. Will sacrifice Tor a Quick tale. GLENN WATSON & SONS INSURANCE It REALTORS 213 Virginia Avenue Phone 381 FOR SALE EAST SIDE. PYame, with modern apartment*, 1st floor has 5 rooms and bath. 2nd floor has 8 rooms and bath, private entrances, felso 4 room basement apartment, hot water furnace, automatic hot water heater, property in excellent condition, garage, lot fronts 100 ft. on paved street. home and. investment combined. Price oo application. DJ5CATUK ST.. Brick dwelling;, contains 10 rooms arranged for small apartments. baths, hot water furnace gas fired, 2 garages, nice lot, completely furnished, an excellent income at the price. Price on application. J. I. 124 Bedford SL HOWSARE Phone For Sale Located on Braddocfc Eoad near Aliegany Grove — we have this bungalow with five rooms and bath — warm air furnace. This property is located on a large lot which la 167x12(1' and It also has a garage — Priced at $6000.00. 414 Columbia Street — seven room brick dwelling with two baths. This property would be Ideal for a large family or for two apartments. It Is heated with a hot water furnac-;. Priced at $1500.00. D. C. GOODFELLOW Agency REAL ESTATE STORAGE INSURANCE 131 N. Centre Street Phone 3803 CRESAP DRIVE Frame double bungalow which can be occupied by one family. Three rooms, bath and hot air furnace on each side. ! Con vocation Held By Local Scouts A convocation was held yesterday afternoon In Fort Hill High School auditorium, by Cumberland District Boy Scouts and Cubs in connection with Boy Scout Week. Rabbi Joseph Scaimelman of Beth Jacob Congregation, spoke on "A Scout Is Loyal"; Rev. Seth C. Morrow, pastor of First Presbyterian Immediate possession. Located in Bowling 1 church talked On''A Scout Is Trust- Green on Cresap Drive at corner ol\ ',' , _ T _ _ ,. _. . .: . . -.. „*,, m ..- Mi'rtrfVitr" onH Wov T.awrpnf*p H Fourth Street, for Inspection. Price S3,150. Phone us -•- Obituary -•- (Continued from Page 9) Evans, and a daughter, Eleanor Evans, both of Chester; four brothers, James D., Alvin and Harry Ternent, all of here, and Sampson Ternent, Cumberland; three sisters, Miss Anne and Miss Jeanette Ternent, both of this place, and Mrs. John Hudson, also of Chester, and two grandchildren. The body arrived here today, worthy", and Rev. Lawrence P. Funeral arrangements are incom- ' LOTS FOR SALE Mapleslde—Lots on Maple. Gleason, Utah, j Massachusetts and Mullin. All 50 It. by I Landrigan, pastor of St. Mary's i p i e Catholic Church, gave a talk on "AJ Scout Is Reverent." ' •• 100 ft. and reasonably priced. THE J. H. HOLZSHU topics by the ministers are three principles from the Boy Scout Vivod Services • LUKE— A requiem high mass for CO. INSURANCE—BE AI/TOHS—BONDING 21 So. Centre St. Ph. 458 LOCATED on Rt. 28. 3 miles from Ridge-1 ley, new 6 room Irame ranch type bunga-1 low, large basement, hot air furnace, large living room, built-in fireplace, dining room, kitchen. 3 bedrooms, adequate clothes presses, bath with shower, lot 100 x 435, priced to sell. Vacant. .65 ACRE FARM. 8 room modern house, doublo garage, other outbuildings. 450 fruit trees, good fertile land.* 'A mile off Bed~ ford Road, near Knave's Crossroads. LOTS on Route 40, west sida 01 Martin's Mountain. LOTS on Route 220. one mile north of Rawlinjjs. C A. JEWELL, Realtor 12 Bridge Street Ridgeley, W. V*. Phon* 154f or S997-B FOB SALE | Located 830 Windsor Road. Dingle, Is this modern, eight room dwelling con-i talnlng two baths and lavatory, garage, recreation room and laundry room in basement. Completely Insulated. Storm windows and doors. Heated by automatic hot air furnace, gas fired. Construction frame with Johns Manville Shingles. Possession within fifteen days. Inspection by appointment. Priced right for immediate tale. FOB SALE Located on the corner of Camden and Hlland Avenue is this most desirable building site, Frontage 100 ft. and running to a depth of 150 ft. and with all conveniences. Price upon application. JAMES W. BEACHAM REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 309 s. Centre St., Cumberland, Md. Phone 3844 Evening Phone 2778-J BRICK SEMI-BUNGALOW BALTIMORE PIKE Attractive 6 room semi-bungalow located just 3Va miles East of Cumberland on Baltimore Pike. Contains 4 rooms bath on 1st Iloor; 2 bedrooms on floor. Garage in basement. Situated on approximately 2 acres of lar*d with plenty ol space for gardening; Improved by tool shed and poultry house. Available for immediate occupancy. Price $7200.00 and 2nd M. D. REINHART AGENCY REAL ESTATE k INSURANCE Phone 1896 Liberty Trust Bidg. SEMI-BUNGALOW Lovely 5 Room Brick-Tile Dwelling, like new. Pleasantly situated on the Uhl Highway Vh miles beyond City Limits, opposite port Cumberland Golt Course and along that beautiful countryside affording such a fine view o! the valley with the Knobley Mountain chain in the distance familiarly known as "Those West Vir- llnia Hills." Good sized Rooms, including spacious bath. Hardwood floors downstairs. Furnished Breakfast Nook. Full Basement, warm air piped furnace. Front and rear porches. Rock Wool Insulated roof. New garage. acre of land. Venetian Blinds and window screens included. Replacement cost of all this would be .property posted. Sale Price S10.500. ROBERT W. YOUNG high, Realtor Apartment House in good state of repair. Attractive Investment—Nets Yearly S2,560.00. Twelve complete unfurnished units, divided Into 3 and 4 rooms with bath. Steam heat throughout, large con- Crete basement with laundry tubs for tenants. Large boiler room, stoker fired furnace. What a buy at $11.950.00. You Can't Buy Better Than The Best. 312 Mountain View Drive. A modern home, close to schools, churches and transportation. First floor, living room, sunparlor, dining room, powder room and kitchen. Second floor, four double bed rooms, tile bath with shower; Hardwood finished throughout. Concrete basement, hot water ,heat. Possession in 30 days. Special priced $15.750.00. CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Second Floor Phone 1180 Phone 40701 Corner Baltimore & South Liberty Streets MAPLESIDE NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE Oood six rooms and bath frame dwelling covered with grey nisei-brick. New hot air heating system, with registers. Automatic hot wa^er tank. Garage. This property Is located on a plot containing six lots. Price upon-appllcation and Inspection by slsts of seven rooms and :at. Gas. Approximately appointment. CASH VALLEY ROAD Situated on Cash Valley Road, about three- tenths of a mile from Route No. 40 at LaVale. House con bath. Hot air hei . five acres of land. Priced at $6,850.00. G. I. can finance with $300.00 cash. Immediate possession. D. P. MILLER CO. INSURANCE 4; REALTORS •Phone 433 No: 1 N. Liberty St. I law. The program began with a presentation of colors by a representative of each unit who placed the troop or cub pack flag next to the United States flag and Maryland state flag. Another feature of the event was the singing by Scouts, Cubs, parents and friends. Songs included "America The Beautiful," "God Bless America," and "I Would -Be True." Organist for the occasion was Kenneth Mahaney and Robert Johnson was song leader. 8 very desirable lota. 80x100 Jt.. block 24. Potomac Park Addition. 4 room frame Kith batn, nice lot. 224 Emily St.. Cumberland. 6 room frame, bath and electric, hard- ;ojd floors, large lot. $5000. 3 miles west of Springfield. W. V». on Route 28. One 3 room house, s'A acres ground. 2 miles out Et. 28. Electric In house. Very comfortable 5 room house, hot air heat, concrete block garage, lot 50 x 200 Good location. Possession at once. For Ashby. W. Va. J. S. MUTTON, Realtor 9 Bridge St.. Rldzeiey Phone 5845 If You Wont To Sell . . property, we have a large list of prospective buyers and we would be pleased to examine your property and discuss placing It on our list. 'see PERRIN about it" Perrin Bidg on Pershing St. Phone 432 Gephart Drive. 7 room frame dwelling containing living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom arid bath first floor. Three bedrooms and bath 2nd floor. Hardwood first floor. Warm air heat. 457 Wavcrly Terrace. Five room brick dwelling with large lot. Priced for quick | sale. 300 Wavcrly Terrace. SI* room brick dwelling. Hardwood floors. Warm air heat. Convenient-to city. Attractively priced. WIEBEL and WORKMEISTER INSURANCE ~ REAL ESTATE 115V4 Frederick Street Phone 3453 Seven-Room Home This is & frame house with four good- size rooms on the first floor, three rooms and both on the second floor and In the nttlc arc two finished rooms. Gas fired hot air furnace, front an.d rear porches, slate roof. The plan is such that it could be converted to two apartrnents. There is a garage with entrance from alley. It Is located at No. 827 Columbia Ave., North Cumberland. This property is worth consderably more than the price of $6,700. HARRY B. SIMPSON REALTOR — INBtrRANCB 113 Frederick SL Phon» 032 and 3884-W Magnificent Estate CONVENIENTLY LOCATED on DC Haven Pond, just olf Baltimore Pike, three miles from the city; six acres beautifully landscaped. A truly modern stone home with seven spacious rooms, two tile baths, modern kitchen, two stone fireplaces, nice recreation room in basement, laundry room, two car garage. Built 1940. See this charming home today. Inspection, by appointment. HOWARD M. SPIKER REALTOR - INSURANCE 20 South Centre Street Phone 5576 Monday Fire Call Of Minor Nature A two-alarm fire call today in downtown Cumberland fizzled out as early shoppers, store clerks and spectators recalled the near-disastrous blaze which threatened an entire block and caused damage estimated at $200,000 last Monday. Central and West Side firemen, accompanied by the aerial truck, were called to the three-story apartment building at 14 South Mechanic Street from Box 47 at 8:51 a. m., seven minutes later than last week's • alarm was sounded. A wooden doorway on the ground floor had ignited but damage was minor. Peter Paul Vivod, 68, of 319 Fairview Street, was celebrated Saturday at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, with Rev. Charles Quinn, assistant pastor, as celebrant. Rev. George Pugh. assistant pastor, was in the sanctuary. Interment was in the parish cemetery. . Pallbearers were Willis McCombs, Clarence Ashley, Henry Simmons, Charles Cave, Percy Orndorff, Harry Foreman, Norris Ravenscroft, Jr. and John Matthews. Magruder Services Services "for Mrs. Edna Margaret Magruder, 57, wife "of Mayor B. Prank Magruder of Ridgeley, who died Saturday afternoon in Aliegany Hospital following an Illness of six months, will be held tomorrow from the George Funeral Home at 2 p. m. Rev. Robert L. Bridgers, pastor of Calvary Evangelical United Brethen Church. Keyser, will officiate assisted by Rev. L. G. Bridgers. In- errnent will be in Hillcrest Burial 'ark. Roy A. Faith ' HANCOCK — Services for Roy Long To Speak John J. Long, Cumberland's commissioner of fire and police and safety director at the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, will speak at the Tri- State Traffic Club meeting Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. at'the Shrine Country Club. Display Classified $50 Cash for 30 Days Total Cost $1.50 • Stop in er Phonal Aetna Finance Co. N. UBERTt ST. — PHONE 5293 47—Real Estate for Sale 7 room lr»mo' dwelling, bath, Rldgdcy. MOO down, balance as rent. - 6 room semi-brick bungalow. Knobley " St.. Ridgeley. Furnace and bath. Large lot. Possession In few days. 4 room concrete block, furnace and bath. Garage In basement. Near Short Gap. Vacant. $4200. 0 room frame dwelling. Wiley Ford. Furnace, large lot. Possession 15 days. 14500. 2 houses, brick and frame. Fort Ashby, Lots on Bedford and Frederick Sts. C. A. JEWELL, Realtor Rlduelcy, W. Va. Phone 1549 TAKE OVER 809 ASHBROOK AVENUE Off Holland Street. Extended. New brick bunjrnlow, 2 years old. Built up roof, finished attic and InMilatcd. Contains lariie llvins room with fire place, dlnlni? room, modern equipped kitchen, bath with ehower. two cnod Klzn bad rooms, hard wood floors. Hot air hc?.t* coal fired furnace with automatic controls. Full concrete basement, wilh gnrasc. Assume G. I. Mortgage. Payable $3.500.00 cash and $70.30 Monthly. No steps to climb. ThlnK what everything: on one floor means to you. Possession in 30 days. Lot 50x150. SO—Upholstering UPHOLSTERING. SPRINGS, Furniture Repairs. Truck-Auto and Kitchen chairs recovered. Cushions refilled. GEORGE BRAGG. PHONE G045-J. Display Classified 815 OLDTOWN ROAD. 2 story, frame with brick sidinK, composition root. 6 room dwelling. First floor has largo kitchen. riinlnR room and living room. Second floor, largo hall, three good size bed rooms with bath. Concrete basement, hand tired furnace with hot air heat resistor In each room. Lot 112 f 212 — Alley on side. This property Is In good state of repair. Will qualify for G. I. Loan. SUBURBAN HOME— AT POTOMAC PARK Attrnctlva two story, eight room dwell- in?. in Rood state of repair. All modern city conveniences. Can be used PS dwell- Ins or 2 lour room npnrtmcnts. Hot nlr hent, gas [urnnco. Pull basement with gar.iRe. Lot 80x120. It wnn't cost you GUARANTEED BOTTLED GAS SERVICE llrlni; your nppllanra and beltlnt problems to us. Oar factory trained servlo men five you quick* efficient service. • FISHER Gas & Appliances S Harmon SI. Phon« 4428 Display Classified New Maytag $129.95 Cumberland Maytag 31-35 N. Mechanic Phon« 2672 St. FRESH FRUITS &VEGETABLES Dependable Quality at Low Prices! HAGER'S SUPER FRUIT MARKET At Lover's Leap • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "your Friendly ford Dealer" 5. George St Cumberland Phon« 580 Eat At ... Happy Hills Farms Restaurant 228 BALTIMORE AVE. Take Home some of our HOMOGENIZED MILK—20c quart Venetian Blind Laundry Cleaning - Repairing John E. Sharp & Co. 401 N. Mechanic St. Phono 6177 5ALES HUDSON Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 S. Mechanic St. Phone 13 SERVICE SPECIAL BUYS FOR SPECIAL GUYS ID.'iO CHEVROLET 2 floor. Dark erecn, one owner, fully equipped. lfl.10 BUICK Riviera -I dnnr ncdan. 'J tone ffrotfn. Radtn, healer and Dynaflnw transmission. Extremely low mileage. 1 owner. l!)iR DOHGE club coupe, dark blur, fully equipped. In excellent condition, GURLEY'S ING. 123 S. Liberty Phone 258 Used Car Lot Z12 Greene St Personal Says: "Yes!" $30 For 30 Days TOTAL COST 90c Personal Finance Co. Phani 721 201 Lib.rty tratt . a dime to Inspect this attractive home. ] Priced S7.500.00 for Immediate sale. ' COUNTRY HOTEL AND FARM LAND ( LOCATED ON ROUTE NO. 40. nbout 12 : ( miles enst of Cumberland. Two jtor.v. brick i , building, known as the Plints'.onc Hotel. ' J Contains a tntal of IS rooms, subdivided ; J Into 3 and 4 roonV- apartments. Hot air \ heat in 2 four room upartmentp. Electric. ( Private water supply rt'.'.ervoir. plus artc- ( sian wells and all necessary outbuildings, i US acres of ttood farm and timber land. ; < About 220 fret of level ground fnclnc Route J No 40. Can be utilized for motels, cas J station and restaurant, which is now \ badly needed. For co^P^fc t'l/ormdfinr. and appoint- tncrtt In inspect fl'iv n/ the properties listed iitiave. just cc.ll 1180 CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Second Floor Phone 1180 Corner Baltimore k South Liberty Streets FIVE ROOM brick, bath. Like new. Full bnser.ient. G:i5 Aluminum Storm Windows. Insulation. Bo-a-llnt; Green, j Phone 5079-J. ^ ; NEW 6 room Home. : bathrooms, garage j in basement, firrr! forced air heat, i hardwood HOOTS throucliont. Price low-, eretl lor quick sale. 1819 Frederics St. i Phone 245R. ^^^^_ i MODERN concrete block home, 5 rooms and hath. Ras heat, automatic hot water. • loi 120x^60, Crrsnp Drive. Bowling Green. Phone 4662-J. 48—Roofing, Spouting < FEW ROOFINO. GUTTERS. CONDUCTOR? I Metal Work all types. Root Painting : .5 yrs. Exp. AUX SCHOTK Call 225« 50—Upholstering Recovering & Spring Repair [ Charles E. erode. 555 Greene St Phone 889 ^UTO * COMMERCIAL OPHOLSTERING; Furniture Recotcrtd. JfooVrn Pia.tlfci ; Gen. S. Warner. 1353 V». Ave Fh. 34S»-M ; " UPHOLSTERING j John Troxell 315 N. Centre 6510-J j ' REPAIRING - CPKOIS7TEKINO j Posselfs, 131 Fredenci St. Pnor.e iS?s W NEW TELEVISION STORE OPENS FEB. 15th 110 FREDERICK ST. "Exclusive Distributor" For JACKSON & TRANS-VUE TELEVISION & PORTABLE RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS \ TELEVISION SALES & SERVICE L. BERNSTEIN WAREHOUSE 152 UNION ST. New and Used • Bedroom Furniture • Diningroom Furniture • Livingroom Furniture • Kitchen Furniture • Gas Ranges • Electric Refrigerators EASY CREDIT! Albert Faith, 33, who died in an automobile crash Friday night three miles north of here, were held this afternoon at the House of Jacob Cnurch with Bishop Edward Bell pastor, officiating Interment was in Riverview Cemetery. Military rites were accorded at the grave by Webster Harrison Post, Americon Legion. . He was born here May 12, 1918, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Faith. He was a member of Cumberland Aerie No. 245, FOE., and was a furloughed employe of the Amcelle plant of the Celanese Corporation of America at Cumberland Survivors include nine brothers Elvie R., Andrew, James A. anc Ralph. B. Faith, all of here; Ernest Faith, Paw Paw, W. Va.; Laurence S. Faith, Grantsville; Melvin E. Faith, Berkeley Springs, W. Va.; Stanley R. Faith, Indian Springs, and Earl R. Faith, Fort Knox, Ky. four sisters, Mrs. Reda K. Under and Mrs. Emma L. King, both of this place; Mrs. Laura E. Cox, Ixis Angeles, and Miss Edna B. Faith. Cumberland. LONACONING—Andrew Burt, Jr., 47, husba,nd ; of Mrs. Hilda (Stafford) Burt. of Detmol*, died yesterday in Miners Hospital, Frostburg, where he had been a patient several days. He was employed at the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Mill at juke. Survivors, Mrs. Nettie Stevenson MIDLAND—Mrs. Nettie (Deeters) Stevenson, about 71, died yesterday at her home, Charles and 31st itreet. Baltimore, following an illness of a year. She was a native of Pekin and had resided here for 25 years before moving to Baltimore. A daughter of the late George and Miller (Tennant) Deeters, she worked as a seamstress in the Thomas Stakem Tailor Shop while residing here. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Miller Stevenson, supervisor of nurses at Sinai Hospital, Baltimore. The body will be brought to Eichhorn's Funeral Home tomorrow where services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. Rev. C. H. Goshorn, pastor of Lonaconing Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Frostburg Memorial Park. Andrew Burt, Jr. Mrs. Emma Moorehead BLOOMINGTON — Mrs. Emma Moorehead, 75, died early yesterday at her home following a heart attack. Born in Barton, she was a daughter of the late Frank and Susan (Dawson) Graney, and had resided in this vicinity more than 50 years. Survivors include her husband. Robert Moorehead; a son, Carroll Moorehead, of here; two brothers, Leonard Graney, Parsons, W. Va.. and Gordon Graney, Cumberland, and a-granddaughter. The body is at the home of her son, Carroll; where services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. with Rev. Philip DeM'uth, pastor of Bloomington Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Philos Cemetery, Westernport. Mrs. Ellen M. Plough BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va.— Mrs. Ellen May Plough, 84, died Friday at the home of a son, Albert D. Plough, of Paw Paw, where she had resided eight months. She was born April 25, 1867, in Colliersville, Rockbridge county, Virginia, a daughter of the late Frank and Margaret 3. (Tulwiler) Cummings. Surviving, besides her son Albert, are three other sons, Charles N. Plough, mayor of Iron Gate, Va.; William G. Plough, Cumberland, and Harry W.,Plough, Salem, Va.; four 'daughters, Mrs. Gilbert C. Mason, Iron Gate; Miss Margaret V. Plough, Clifton Forge; Mrs. William R. Hemkle, Beckley, and Mrs. John R. Torbert, Concord, Va.; a sister, Mrs. Henry Forsythe, Ashland, Ky., 26 grandchildren and 17 great- grandchildren . The body was taken to the home of her son Albert for brief services Marine Struck By Automobile An 18-year-oid Marine suffered possible back injuries yesterday when he was struck by a car while hitch-hiking on Route 28 near Wiley Ford. West Virginia State Police said Pfc. Kenneth Birmingham, stationed at Quantico, Va... was admitted to Memorial Hospital for X-rays and treatment. His condition is not considered serious. Authorities listed the driver as Lot't; Williams, Norfolk. Va., who brought the youth to the hospital. Charges are pending. Teacher Pay (Continued from Page 9) Comptroller Millard Tawes and Governor McKeldin have recommended the income taxes be reduced 15 per cent. Seven Senators are introducing a bill to take the sales tax off electricity, gas and fuel for home consumption. Each method is figured to save taxpayers 3 million dollars and re- j duce state revenues by that amount. The Finance Committee is expected to start tomorrow going over he entire 177 million dollar budget iffered by Governor McKeldin. It also will have a hearing.Thurs- day on the Sobeloff Commission's jroposals to streamline the form of he Maryland budget. The budget is the main reason or this session of the legislature. Governor McKeldin already has itarted' something new by saying he one he gave the legislators last Wednesday should be ail he expects ;o recommened except for possible minor additions. Six Men Join Armed Forces Six men have enlisted at the local Army and Air Force recruillrrf;- station, according to Master Sgt Virgil Burns, recruiter in charge. One of the men, Ralph Thuss. Jr., 511 Williams Street, has been assigned to the. Army Security Agency, which Sgt. Burns lists as a highly technical unit dealing with monitoring and all means of communication within the armed forces in the United States and also in foreign countries. Thuss is a graduate of Fort Hill High School, where he was prominent in athletics, and he attended Frostburg State Teachers College; about a year and a half. Other enlistments included William H. Valentine, 19. of 314 Furnace Street, who signed for four years with .the Air Force: William 'C,.' Teets, city, who also joined the Air Force: Charles E. Bohrer, Virginia Avenue, who joined the regular Army; Danny C. Rees, 810 Ashland Avenue, who signed with the Air Force, and Robert M. BrocUe, Eck- . hart, who joined the regular Army.. Series Of Services To Open Tomorrow Rev. Earl C. Wolfe, Oxford, Pa., will open a series of services for young members of the Church of ;he Nazarene, Gldtown Road, at he church tomorrow evening. Ser- rices will be held nightly at 7:30 hrough the remainder of the week. besides his widow, include a daughter, Miss Shirley Burt, at home; his parents, Andrew and Isabell (McElvie) Burt; a brother, James Burt, of here, and ,wo sisters, Mrs. George McGougly and Mrs. Walter Gardner, both of Frostburg. The body will be at the home of his parents in Detmold, where services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. Rev. C. H. Goshorn, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Moscow. Snydcr Rites KEYSER, W. Va. — Services for David Kenny Snyder, 81, who died Friday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Eula Wertman, RD 1, Keyser, were conducted yesterday at Duling Church with Rev. Herman Fry, Saturday. Services were conducted yesterday. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery, Clifton Forge. Mothers Club To Meet The LaSalle Mothers Club wil meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. in the St. Patrick's Social Center. A film will be shown. "Locally Owned" Phone 6213-W 7 I '• aiimmiiiiimiiiiiimmiiiiiiimiiiiiig _„_ — __ — — — — — — ^.^^.^- —». — ^.^r^.»^.-^«.-«.^-»-«-^-«—---"•----•--•'•^ | — M I • U = __ - A Mew = POLING'S Electronic Service Has MOVED to a NEW Location 110 FREDERICK STREET Phone 6213-W Radio and Television Service SOUND AND, INTER-COMMUNICATION INSTALLATIONS DeVry Motion Picture Sound Equipment Authorized REXAIR Sales and Service IN RADIO - - 30 YEARS - - IN CUMBERLAND Furnace? | Let Us Give You A Free E Estimate Based On An E Actual Survey Of Your E 1 Heating Needs! = Complete Heating Service E * Hot Water* Warm Air E • Forced or Gravity = • Any Fuel E By E CO. 433 N. Mechanic St. Phons 5212 jyimiiimmiiiiiiiiciiiiuiimiimumir, pastor of Pentecostal Church of God, officiating. Burial was in Duling Cemetery. Pallbearers were James and Lawrence Koontz, Joseph and Russell Gurd and Carroll Snydcr. Mrs. Mary Ann Hoopcnjrardncr HANCOCK — Mrs. Mary Ann (Northcraft) Hoopengardner, 96. died at her home yesterday. Born February 6, 1856. in Bedford county. Pa., she was the widow of George Hoopengardner and a daughter of the late James and Mary Ann (Buxton> Northcraft. She had been a member of the Christian Church since 1870 at.d was married February 21, 1875. Surviving are a son. John F. Hoopengardner, of here; four daughters, Mrs. Jesse Creek, also of here; Mrs. Lewis Met?,, Cumberland; Mrs. Jamrs Stotlemyer, Little Orleans, and Mrs. Huldah A. Stoncr, at home; 22 grandchildren, 35 great- grandchildren and a great-great- grandchild. Services will be held at, 1 p. m. Wednesday at Buck Valley Christian Church, Pulton county, Pa. Mrs. Amanda Allen Mrs. Amanda ^Dern) Allen. 83, a former resident, died yesterday at i Akron. She was a widow of William Allen. Married twice, her first husband was Albian Shuck. She wa,s born near here February 14, 1868. a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. William Dern. Survivors include a brother, James Dcrn, Pittsburgh; a stepdaughter Mrs. Esther Bernel; a stepson. Frank Allen, Akron, and several nieces and nephews. The body will be brought to Stein's Funeral Home tomorrow where services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. with Rev. Norman O. Scribner. pastor of; Centre Street. Methodist Church | officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery Patterson Services MOSCOW — Services for Charles C. Patterson, 86. father of Rev. William W. Patterson, pastor of La- iVale Methodist Church, who died 'Saturday at his home, will be held jat the home tomorrow at 3:30 p. m. I Rev. Wendell Allen, past.or of Barton i Methodist Church, and Rev. Norman JO. Scribner. pastor of Centre Street — j Methodist Church, Cumberland, will ~ officiate. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery. Moscow. The body i.= at the hotnr and the family requests flowers be omitted. Colder Weather On Way To Area The Weather Bureau reports a cold air mass on the way to Maryland and temperatures near or below freezing are forecast for tonight. The storm, is moving eastwarc from the Great Lakes region at 35 miles an hour, driving thunderstorms ahead of it. A few of these hit Western Maryland early today but dissipated rapidly, ' Following yesterday's warm sunshine the weather turned rainj around 3 a. m. today and the Times- News weather chart showed a sudden temperature increase of 12 degrees around 4:30 a. m. From 38 the temperature rose to 50 degrees within a 15-minute period. Temperatures in Cumberland are expected to range from 23 to 28 tonight. Tomorrow will be colder with some cloudiness and highest temperatures around 40 degrees. It will be mostly cloudy with moderate temperatures tomorrow nighi and Wednesday. Some snow or rain is likely Wednesday. Baby Clinic Scheduled A baby clinic will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at East Side School. Dr. Thomas Robinson will be assisted by Mrs. Vauda McGann. OPS Representatives To Be Here Tomorrow Representatives of the Office of Price Stabilization will be at City Hall here tomorrow from 9 a. m.-to- 5 p. m. to assist business men with;;, price ceiling problems. . •••••—• . The OPS representatives will. be at the Town Hall in Oakland on Wednesday from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., To Confer Degree Salem Chapter 18, Royal Arch Masons, will confer the royal arch, degree on a class of candidates-'flt 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at the Masonic./ Temple. Lions To Meet Thomas Slash, George C. Connor and George R. Wilson will give classification talks at the Lions Glub meeting Wednesday at 12:15 p.Ttf! at Central YMCA. WISHING WELL Registered U. S. Patent Office. 5 W & E 4 U 3 H 2 0 4 Y 7 A 4 M 3 O 2 A 4 I 8 I- 5 E 4 D 7 T 4 F 8 R 5 E 4, R 2 L 6 U 3 A 6 C 5 O 2 E 7 A 3 O 5 T 6 A 5 L 4 S 6 N 5 U 4 R 2 W 4 E 2 E 3 T 4 N 3 L 8 M 4 I 8 H 4 A 6 T 7 B 2 L 5 S 7 Y 5 E 7 P 4 T 5 G 4 S 6 B o E 4 E 4 3 R 2 C 4 K 6 E 4 E <> Y 2 P 4. M 5 M 3 Y 8 S 2 O 4 N 7 0 6 U 4 H 8 0 4 B 7 W 5 S 3 W 5 C V H 2 F '1 D 4 A 'i S 4 T .."" O 6 E 4 E 6 W 3' v • - 4 ! n G H EREis a pleasanCliltle game tha^will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your, fortune. Count the letters in your first name. K the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rec-. tangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. t, 1832.. by Wllllum J. Miller. Dlitributcd by Kln« Fenluref. Inc.2'll Answer to Previous Puzzla Flowery HORIZONTAL 3 Flowering II Bulbous ,^ ubs _ flowers 4 Noun suffix 7 Modest flow-r 5 Egyptian deitj 13 Awn 8 Dinner course Lodge To Meet Chapel Hill Lodge 53, I.O.O.P.. will confer the third degree at a meeting today at 7:30 p. m. in the Odd Fellows Hall,, Virginia Avenue. Moose Dance Wednesday The degree staff of Cumberland Lodge 271, Loyal Order of Moose, will sponsor a semi-formal dance Wednesday night from 9pm. until 16 Gap 17 Literary scraps 18 Detests 20 Hypothetical forces 21, Weal thy 23 Barrier 24 Leg joint 25 Black buck 27 Brown again 29 Placed 31 And not 32 Indian weight 33 Pedal digit 34 Fast driver 38 More crippled 42 Fall flowers 43 Affirmatives 45 Egyptian river 46 High peak 47 Entries 49 Rodent 50 Canadian lake '52 Chemical salt 54 Working order 55 Tagged (prov. Brit.) 56 Horses 57 Border tools VERTICAL 1 Moguls 2 Astronomy muse 10 Roman goddess 11 Musical studies 12 Armor part 19 Pitch 22 Shows disapprova 24 Native of 26 Require 28 Implement 30 Entertainers 34 Slaps 35 Young hen 36 Fence in 37 Cereal war-torn land 39 Vision 40 Click beetle 41 Spreads again. 44 Struck 47 Angered 43 Slipped 51 Follower 53 Incite to action 15 Z5 n 50 51 'O. 3Z Zb H7 3 23 27 13 28 i'i b/ 8 35 48 Zf 10 II \t 39 HO to raise funds for uniforms By Jimmy Hauo They'll Do It Every Time WE WANT PLACE WIT W4LKIM6 OF THE STATION A H/ALF-MILE SO AWAY KNEW WAT HE W4NTED- SO DID THE REAL ESTATE M/\M« >OL) GOT THE . CAROUTVETlC'/MOM-' LET'S GO. 1 STEP OM IT! I CAM JUST MAK.E ITU -HE 60T A LITTLE NEST- FIVE MlMUTES' W/.LK TO THE. PS. THAT WAS A YEAR AGO, /MD C&AMSHAVV HASN'T WALKED IT VET—

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