Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 12, 1952 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, February 12, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952 SEVEN Dentist Keeps All Teeth Extracted In Collection County Voters Will Register The Allegany County Board ol HAGERSTOWN decades of dental Nearly six practice have given Dr. Herman R. Eavey one of used more than a half-century be- Electlon Supervisor has scheduled fore to finish the job. The ancient • apparatus served the oddest collections in town—a very well, too, except that it recollection of ,aH teeth he has ex-'volved the drill at only about half and which i the speed of modern electric motors. tracted from patients •were left in his office. In the long time he has been Ey now they add up to around a practicing, Dr. Eavey has noted two million, and fill a small glass case! significant changes, in addition to and 22 good-sized jars in the wait- i *e scientific and mechanical im- ing room of his off ice. He estimates i provemems that have taken place. - . . . . he has two bushels of former tooth-! Present day teeth are softer than I Democratic' national conventions. registration dates for various communities throughout the county. This registration will enable citizens to register to vote in the statewide primary election, scheduled for Monday, May 5. On that day nominees for United States Senate and Congress will be named as well as delegates for the Republican and | was the case 60 years ago. The present generation has soft-1 "ave not yet been determined. er, chalkier teeth than did their! " ' forebears in the '90s, he says, and; they can't stand pain as well, and! aches decorating the room. And the collect-ion is growing all the time. The dean of the dental profession In the county, and one of the oldest practicing dentists !n, . , ... . . the state, continues to practice his "* '« «>«thesta *?*";• rarp profession ' Nowadays, people take better care , ' 'of their teeth, thanks largely to the At the age of 31, he says, "1 in-| vast amO unt o f advertising that re- tend to keep on working until I am i mlnds them of it _ he thlnks . But helpless." Prom all appearances, hei the oldtlmers had firmer, healthier wl add a good many molars to his j teeth that lasted j onger> i{ given a collection before that day arrives, i mudera . e amou nt of care, he says. Dr. Eavey began his collection at', the suggestion of his mother when; p <5tatf> PnliVp he began his practice in 1892. At ;* ormer Stale Police , first he didn't think much of the i Head Hurt In Accident Idea. "Teeth make good fertilizer, j you know, and I intended to plow! EA3TON, Md.— (JP)— The former into the garden behind our house j head of Maryland State Police, Harall that I extracted," he relates, iry C. Butler, and two Centrevtlle But after his mother cleaned and'women were in serious condition bleached the first batch of teeth he [in an Easton hospital today, as a had saved and placed them in a i resu!t ° f traffic injuries. jar in his reception room, he warm- j Butler, a Centreviile resident and cd up to the idea, and has been Dormer member of the House of adding to the collection ever since, j Delegates, had head and chest in- He finds the jars of teeth have j J^s. Miss Georgia Boyer, 70. suf- tn encouraging effect upon patients. * ered multiple concussions, and Miss After gazing at them while waiting Natalia King, 65, had a fractured their turn in the chair, nervous Pelvis and dislocated hip. patients assume this attitude, "III Butler and Miss King were taking all those other people had their Miss Boyer home from the hospital Wilson said that the exact hours The schedule: FROSTBURG, March 3. 4 and 5. Town Hall. LONACONING, March 6 and 7. Town Hall. WESTERNPORT, March 10 and 11, Town Eall. CRESAPTOWN, March 12, School. LAVALE, March 13, Fire Hall. Mt. SAVAGE. March 14, Community Center, CORRIGANVILLE, March 17. School. OLDTOWN, March 18, School. FLINTSTONE. March 19, School.. LITTLE ORLEANS, March 20, -School. Citlzecs from -Cumberland or any other place in the county may go to the Board of Election Supervisors' office in the Court House basement between 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. Monday through Friday and between 9 a. m. and noon Saturday until April 5 to register for the primary. Women Top Men Voters In Connecticut City WESTPORT, Conn.—(5V-Deter-i She's Real Life "Tugboat Aimie" mining how many women vote in; LONG BEACH, Calif. W—Lucille any given election usually means a j (Ginger) Huekels of nearby Lake- painstaking examination of the| wood ^ j n the battleship-towing check-off list, but it's as easy as ! DUS j ness pie hers and has been for 30 years, j Qi ; ha , ^en pUoting a 36 _ had never piloted anything larger than a rowboat. Once, when the shipyard was closed, the woman skipper ran a laundry boat to the battleship to pick up sailors' uniforms. It didn't work out so well, she explained, because she always had to have a man along to go aboard the Navy vessels. westporfs lone polling place has| foot land , cralt for the nava] j six voting machines. Three are forj shi d here , jince 1944- Her job ««,.„ m w «,* «™ f«, -„„„,.„ l men only" and three for "women! only." Which machins record the greater large navy vessels at the yard. Ginger's two reasons for doing number of votes? Th* women's, by thi _ Tork are her Daughters Joanne, about 10 per cent, says Registrar^ and Candace _ 6> Before assign . Joseph McGiJl. ment to the power launch. Ginger There is one movie seat for every 12 inhabitants in the United States. teeth pulled and lived through it, *o can I," he explains. where she had just recovered from an illness. . Before newly extracted teeth are Butler's car was involved in a added to the collection, Dr. Eavey collision with a dump truck which bleaches them in a solution of reportedly had swerved to avoid •washing soda and chloride of lime.! striking two halted tractor trailers. Later they are set out in the sun Butler headed State Police from to whiten them still more. Reminiscing recently about his career and the start of his collec- , tion, Dr. Eavey recalled that there were only six other dentists in town when he hung out his-shingle. July of 1927 until July of 1931. "Faking a Dog" "Faking a dog" is a term used when one changes the color bl a anesthetics, and patients who didn't want to bear the pain of an extraction "took gas." Electrically operated drills were also unknown, and cavities were ground out by foot- powered contraptions that operated similar to old fashioned treadle jewing machines. Dr. Eavey still has his old treadle grinder and keeps it in good repair, "just in case." In fact it has only been a couple of years since he had to fall back on it. That happened when a motorist knocked down a utility pole in town and threw a number of residences, including Dr. Eavey's out of power. 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