Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 12, 1952 · Page 21
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952 TWENTY-ONE 43~-p| ono Tuning Piono Tuning and Repairing Qrtftith Phont S441 w. UCWJEUUID. MUM "•» •* Aawrtein •ocltly at Phoo. 44—Radtas, ?i«rvlc« HOePITAL — BALM 8KXVICE PICKUP, DKUVTRY. 11 N. OZORQV 8T HHONE Id GENERAL RADIO SERVICE ANY MAKE. PICKUP. DELIVER* MS PATTERSON AV«. PHONE S676. 47—Real Estate for Sale JUST completed beautiful Ranch house. 5 room«.. attached garage. Never falling eoft water. 3 acrei bottom land. Just past Mt. Pleasant Church, Mt. PleBEant Road. Wallace McOlll. 5758-W-2. 1 room frame dwelling, bath, Ridgeley »<00 down, balance a« rent. 6 room semi-brick bungalow. Knoble? Bt., Rlrtgf^y, 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. 3 houses, brick and frame, fort Ashby. Lots on Bedford and Frederick Sts. C. A. JEWELL, Realtor RldRMey. W. Va. Phone 1549 TAKE OVER 809 ASHBROOK AVENUE Off Holland Street, Extended.-New brick bungalow, 2 years old. Built up root, finished attic and. Insulated. Contains large living room with fire place, dining rot'in, modern equipped kitchen, bsth with shower, two good size bed rooms, hard »ood floors. Hot air heat, coal fired furnace with automatic controls. Full con- crew basement with garage. 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 50x180. 815 OLDTOWN ROAD. 3 Jtory, frame with brick siding, composition roof, G room dwelling. First floor has large kitchen, dining room and living room. Second' floor, large hall, three good size bed rooms with bath. Concrete basement, hand fired furnace with hot air heat register In each room. Lot 112 x 212 — Alley on Ode. This property la In good statt of repair, will qualify for G. I. Loan. 47—Rta! Eitatt far Sol* NEW HOME. Braddock Street In L»V»le. 6-Roomj with tiled bath, atuchtd laundry and garag-. phone 8892. 48—Roofing, Spouting •mvr ROOFINO. acrmaw. CONOOCTOM Metal work ail types. Roof Painting a m. KXP. AUEX ecHtmt can aau ••- * Obituary -•» iO—-Upholstering UPHOLSTERING. SPRINGS. Furniture Repairs. Truck-Auto and Kitchen chairs recovered. Cushlona refilled. GEORGE BRAOO. PHONE 804B-J. Recovering & Spring Repair Charles E. erode. 66B Greene St. Phone 888 ADTO & COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERING Fvrnlturt Secooeretf, Vo&trn Plestlci Geo. B. Wirntr. 13J3 v». AT*. Ph. 3«»-il UPHOLSTERING John Troxtll 315 N. Centr. gMO-J RXFAHUNO - . UPHOLBTTRZNO Pumlturt Work QuartatMd. Posaelfi. 131 Prtdarlct 8t Pboo« 1IU-W (Continued from Page 13) as celebrant. Interment will be in Belvedere Cemetery. Mangold Infant KEYSER, W. Va.—Kirby Allen Mrs. Mary Mae Stewart, Keyser, W. Va., and four grandchildren. Services were held today in the Gortner Church with Rev. H. O. of , . .- ( Mangold, three-weeks-old son of here oHiciating Interment was in Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wesley Mangold, RD 2-E, Stony Run, W. Va., died today at his home. the church cemetery. Mrs. Margaret V. Smith MEYERSDALE. Pa.—Mrs. Mar- Display Classified GUARANTEED BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Bring your applUnca and haating problem* tti us. Our factory trained servJc* men jlva 7011 quick, efficient lervice. FISHER Gas & Appliances 5 Harrison St. Phone 4421 New Maytag $129.95 Cumberland Maytag 31-35 N. Mechanic St. Phone 2672 SUBURBAN HOME—AT POTOMAC PARK Attractive two story, eight room dwelling* In good state of repair. All modern city conveniences. Can be used as dwelling or i tour room apartments. Hot air heat, (ti furnace. Pull basement with garage. Lot 80x130. it won't cost you a dime to Inspect this attractive home. Prlcid $7,500.00 for immediate sale. COUNTRY HOTEL AND FARM LAND LOCATED ON ROUTE NO. 40, about 12 miles east of Cumberland. Two »tory t brick building, known as the Fllntstone 'Hotel. Contains a total of 18 rooms, subdivided Into 3 and 4 room apartments. Hot air heat In 2 four room apartments. Electric. Private water supply reservoir, plus arte- alan wells and all necessary outbuildings. 145 acres of good farm and timber land. About 330 feet of level ground facing Route Mo. 40. Can be utilized for moteli, gas station and restaurant, which 1< now badly needed. For oomplsts Information ond appoint* mtnt to inipect any o/ ths properiiei listed about, I'Jtt call 1180 CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Second Floor Phon« 1UO Corner Baltlmort A South Liberty streets FIVE ROOM brlclc, -bath. Like new. Pull basement. Oai furnace. Aluminum stnrm windows, Insulation, Bowling Green. Phon« S076-J. BUY your homo while paying rent. 6 room desirable home, lurntc* heat, bath. Hldgel«y, 30 River Drive. 45700. $700 down, $50 month. Not Interested In Just renting. Hager'a fruit Market at Lover's Leap. FRESH FRUITS &VEGETABLES . Dependable Qualify at Low Prices! HAGER'S SUPER FRUIT MARKET At Lover's Leap 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 Phon« 6177 Besides his parents he is survived isaret V. (Critchfield) Smith. 77, by a brother, Ralph W., Jr., and I former resident of Cumberland Val- two sisters. Linda Mae and Shirley ! lev - died yesterday at & hospital Christina Mangold. l^ 1 Grafton, W. Va. She was born August 23, 1875 and Is survived by two sons, Car! C. Smith, Bedford; Allen Smith, RD, Bedford; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Shipe, Oldtown, Md., and Mrs. Virgil Armstrong, Grafton. Services will be *eld Thursday at 2 p. m. at Price's Funeral Home here with Dr. E. W. Kelley, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be ir! the Union Cemetery. and Germany and was overseas 11 months. Mr. Renn was a member of the Methodist Church, Loyal Order of Moose hi Keyser, W. Va.. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Parsons, W. Soldier Calls From Okinawa Americn Mr. and Mrs. George Malamphy, dgeley charged, and re-enlisted in the state* doesn't keep his campaign pro- Guard. mises? Kirnble, who is republican floor leader in the senate, replied: "Ths Governor will have to speak j for himself." Bill Provides (Continued from Page 13) it when it came to dividing taxes of Thomas, W. Va. Survivors include lii Mrs. Betty (Evans) Renn of Bayard; and five brothers, Erven, Ned. J., (received a telephone call today at (between the two states. 15:15 a. m. from their son, Cpl. Wai-j .,He held the floor most of the Iftce P. Malamphy, stationed Okinawa. and Harry Renn, of Washington, : D. C. Services will row at 2 p. m. be in held tomor- the Methodist Store Sales (Continued from Page 13) the hand could be used to display any other kind of gift jewelry. letter informing him that his wife j aconing. both the Republican and j Many of the-cards, especially had given birth to their first child j Democratic Clubs In Georges Creek, those suitable for a Ir.end, instead on | time, presenting a batch of telegrams from the Cumberland Cham- Roscoe and Layton Renn of Bayard,; C P ! - Malamphy informed his par- b er of Commerce, the Mayor aaid ents he had •* ust received their i council and the Rotary Club at Lon- Church at Bayard -with Rev. Wade, Of Gormania, W. Va. officiating. Interment will be in Bayard Came Services will be held tomorrow at the home with Rev. Herman Fry, pastor of Pentecostal Church ofi God. West Piedmont Street, offl-| elating. Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery. Ferman T. Lewis ROMNEY, W. Va.—Ferman Taylor Lewis, 69, a farmer, died yesterday at his home near here. Born in Hampshire county, he was a son of the late Isaac and Mary Jane (Brown) Lewis. He had been a resident of this area for 25 years. He Is survived by his widow, Otle Mae (Newhouse) Lewis; three sons, Wllby S., Cumberland; Klwood P. and George L. Lewis, Romney; two daughters, Mrs. Geneva Wilson, Cumberland; and Mrs. Mabel Moreland, Springfield, W. Va. Services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Combs Funeral Home, with Rev. L. A. Pahlnger, Romney, officiating. .Interment will be In Three Churches Cemetery. Mrs. Laura E. Gower OAKLAND—Mrs. Laura E. Gower, 59, died Saturday at her home in Tarentum, Pa. She was born here October 29, 1892 and was a daughter of the late Samuel and Mary (Fazenbaker) Peck. Survivors include two sons, Ernest I Church, officiating. Interment will Va., were held today at the Fred L. last Monday in Memorial Hospital, a'Veterans of Foreign Wars post. He explained that he couldn't and a dozen other groups, wait to find out how his wife and; He also called attention to the infant daughter were getting along.! fact that all political campaigners tery. Pull military rites will be ac-[ C P'- Malamphy has been at j who go into the western counties corded at the graveside by members Okinawa since October. This is his of the American Legion Post of'^Q"d tour of duty overseas. Two Inductees Dr. Norman Robert Davis GRANTSVILIjE — Dr. Norman Robert Davis, 63, died yesterday at his home here. A physician in this area, he •was born in Allenwood, Pa., June 5, 1888, a son of the late Lewis Tass and Emma (Purdy) Davis. Dr. Davis months. He First State had been ill for six was president of the Bank of Grantsvllle since 1932. Dr. Davis was a member of the Grantsville Methodiist Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lorraine (Lomison) Davis, a son, Norman Robert Davis Jr., and a daughter, Mrs. Florence V. Faith, all of Grantsville; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, and Miss Darrell Davis; and six grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home, with Rev. D. J. Thomas. Smith Services Services for Miss Susie Smith, 48, TTI . of 22 Thomas Street, who died l-illier Saturday, were held yesterday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Clara • Two of the 24 draftees who left Cleggett, 1013 Grape Alley. Rev. Chesley V. Daniel, pastor of St. Phillip's Episcopal Church, officiated. Interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Raymond Tyler, Lester Walker, Robert Cleggett. Walter Edward, John Gilmore and James Ashton. Mrs. Hannah T. Evans LONACONING— Services for Mrs. Hannah T. Evans, 77, East Main Street, who died Sunday In Chester, Pa., will be held tomorrow at 3:30 p. m. at the home. Rev. Joseph Methodist Interment Young, pastor of the Church, will officiate. will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Moscow. George W. Schlobohm MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Services for George W. Schlobohm, 57, of here, who died Saturday at the Combs, pastor of the Methodist I veterans Hospital Clarksburg, W. Schmidt. Tarentum; Joseph Gower, Mt. Lake Park; four brothers, Charles Peck, Oakland; Walter Feck, Sarver, Pa,; Calvin Peck and Emery Peck, Tarentum; a sister, Display Classified Personal Says: "Yes!" $30 For 30 Days TOTAL COST 90c Personal Finance Co* Mion. 771 201 Liberty Ir»H BOWLING GREEN—New 4 Kootn Brick 5r>ml-Bunga1ow. Space Tor 2 rooms In attic. Insulated. Weatherstrlpplng, Oas Furnace. Corner lot. Garage In Basement. *8.250. Phone 4318-J. 219 ACRE DAIRY farm, 8 miles wcst| rrnntburft. Seven rnnm house with fur-1 nace. electricity, hot »nd cold water j piped to house, barn 144x166, good) milk cown, chicken house, watered by 12 springs. Would make Rood recreational area. Will trade lor property In Cumberland. Phone Cumberland 3138-R. $50 Cash for 30 Days Total Cost $1.50 Stop In or Phonel Aetna Finance Co. N. IIBERT* ST. — PHONE 5293 SPECIAL BUYS FOR SPECIAL GUYS 1050 CHEVROLET 2*. door. Dark green, one owner, fully equipped. 19RO BUICK Riviera < door ledin. 2 tdue freen. Radio, heater and Dynaflow transmission. Extreme- IT low mlleare. 1 owner, 1948 DODGE club coupe, dirk blue, fully equipped. In excellent condition. Phone 25* 212 Greene St 123 S. Liberty Used Car Lot WEST SIDE, Central location. Brick with 13 room*, now rentlni? in «mall apartments, completely modern, 8 rnom.« completely furnished Included, property In excellent condition. Rood Income and home combined, offered due to locating out of city, Immediate possession. Phone 4143. WE8TEIINPORT, Green St., Green's Addition, corner lot; 1 rooms and bath, full basement, wurm-nlr gas Ilred furnace, modern Kitchen. An excellent value. S6SOO. WESTERNPORT, Main -St., Extended. 1 rooms, bnlh, garage; level .lot 50x125. Price $5000, ONE MILE PROM WESTERNPORT on McCoole "Road, an ideal location consisting of 3 acres with modern and well con- ttructed hotnr; 8 rooms, bath, full basement; warm air, sus-flrcd furnace; double parade; poultry house and stable; as- fortcd fruit trers. All psscntlxls for the fentleman farmer, prlcr $9500. PIEDMONT, double house, 6 room«. bath, each sine. Convenient location. This leUl pay UT« on Investment. Prlcr JBOOfl. KEYSER, F Street and West Piedmont Bt., Investment property containing 2 mpartmtnt«, both having front and rear entrances. 4 rooms, bath, utility room, ba.'ement. down; 3 rooms and bath, up.' Price »89DO. ; ' McMULLBN HIGHWAY, 4V4 miles from i MCCoole. 6 room frame semi-bungalow, I one acre ground; Qalc floors, electric and • natural gas, drilled well. Nlcr place tSTSO. MAYBURY-FOLAND REALTY AGENCY Real Estate Brokers Phone Piedmont 6011 HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 a Mechanic St Phone 12 • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "you/ Frimdlj ford Dtaltr' S. George St. Cumberland Phoni 580 L BERNSTEIN WAREHOUSE 152 UNION ST, I\ctv and Used • Bedroom Furniture • Diningroom Furniture • Livingroom Furniture • Kitchen Furniture • Gas Ranges • Electric Refrigerators EASY CREDIT! MODERN concrete block home. 5 rooms «nd bath, Rita heat, automatic hot water, lot 120x380, Cresap Drive, Bowling Green. Phone 4Q62-J. MARYLAND AVE.—6 room brick. 3 baths, furnace. In excellent repair. $8500. Ople Annan 3869. ROOM HOUSE, water, electric; also 4 and 3 room apartments, redecorated; sell, rent or trade for larm. Charles Heavncr. Wiley Ford W. Va. SMALL HOUSE, 1 acre ground—Old Baker Road. Ftart Ashby, W. Vn. William P. Adams, Jr. I CAN SELL VUOR PROPERTY OPIE ANNAN PHONE 3669 4 & 6 ROOM house. Furnace, city water, bath, full concrete basement, 3 acres land. 3 year* old. Glonn W. Hott, Hazen Road. Lake Oordon. Modern Homes 80S CITY VIEW TERRACE: Six room modern frame-inselbrlc dwelling with bath, warm air heat, gas fired furnace, two finished basement rooms, with lavatory, commode and shower. A good buy at $6500. POTOMAC PARK. Modern five room frame semi-bungalow with garage, bath, piped warm air heat, modern kitchen, two nice level lots. Immediate possession. Reasonxbly priced at $7,500. HOWARD M. 6PIKER Realtor-Insurance 80 South Centre Street Phone *5"fi Real Estate Bought and .Sold Floyd P. Grace Phone 858-J-4 " LOTS. VOCKE DRIVE, 501125. 3 at S400. 3 at J3JO. PHONE 3677. • ROOM BRICK residence; excellent 3 apartment possibilities; double garage; attractive- yard. Apply 824 Shriver Ave. ~ MATBITR7-POLAND REALTY AQENC7 REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT 8011. NEW 6 room home. S bathrooms, garage in basement, fjss fired forced air heat, hardwood floors throughout. Price lowered tor quick saic. 1819 Frederick St. Phone 2458. 129 ACRE" farm loo-ited Levels, w. Va. 50 acres tumner. balance orchard and crazing land. pond, spring water. Write Box 2S4-A. c/'o Times-News. LISTINGS WANTED! On Homes and Income Properties Have Buyer-:! Lazarus & Trirtxr 38 N. Liberty Phone 3270 Because we are full of Valentine spirit, we are offering these terrific values at ROCK BOTTOM prices. See them today! '.VI Buick super 4 door. Radio, heater. "DynaMo" .M) Chevrolet 4 door. Fleetllne, Equipped 'SO Studebakcr Champion utarlljht coupe. RAH* Od. '40 Chevrolet Fleelllne 2 door. Radio, heater. 'I'l Bulek super 4 door. Radio, heiter. _'l!> Plymouth club eoupe. Radio, he»ter Whitehall tires. '18 Bulck I door sedanettr roadmaster. R i H. •IS Bulck Special 2 door sedanette. R * 11, WhitewMls. 'J8 Pontiac "8" 4 door, Hyramatlc, Radio, heater. MS Pontiac convertible "fi" Radio and heater. '•IS T'ord convertible. 'IS Chevrolet tleetline. Radio and beater. '48 Chevrolet Flcetmaster 4 door. R ^ H. •4S Plymouth 4 door. Radio and heater. '47 Ford 2 door. Radio and heater. '47 PnntlKC tedanette. "fl" Radio, heater, whiten-all tlrpj. '(7 Chevrolet 2 door. Radio, heater, two tone. 'IB Pontlae ( hmineM coupe. Radio »nd heater. '4R Pontlae 4 dour. Radio and heater. '42 Chevrolet 2 door. Heater, defroster. '12 Pontlae t door. N'ew motor. '12 Plymouth b»nine*s coupe. Radio, hertler. Mke netf". '12 Rulrk special I rtnor. Radrn and hc.iter. 'It Cadillae 4 door. Radio and heater. 'II Chevrolet special deluxe 4 door. B A H. '41 Chevrolet club coupe. Equipped, '41 Chevrolet buslnexs coupe. Radio tnd heater. '41 Plymouth 4 noor. Heater, defrojter. 'II Oldimohi'.e "fi" club coupe. I.Ike new. '40 Chrysler conve-v'Me. Radio, beater, new top. '40 Chevrolet Special Deluxe 4 door. Radio, heater. 'Id Plymouth deluxe 2 door. Heater, defroster. '4ft Dodje 4 do^r. Ordinal black finish. '39 Pontiac 4 door sedan. Radio and beater. •sn Dod?e 4 donr. Heater »nd defnister. '3!) Ford 4 door. Heater. *37 Plymouth coupe. '.t>; Chevrolet Z door. '3r Ford coupe. '30 Ford "Model-A." 'S Triangle Motors 322 South Centre St. Phone S464 be in Grantsville Cemetery. Nelson H. Renn OAKLAND—Nelson H. Renn, 41, of Bayard, W. Va., died Sunday night at Garrett Memorial Hospital following a heart attack. He was born August 18, 1910 in Cumberland and was a son of the late Edward Franklin and Alice Adelia (Boring) Renn. He was a veteran of World War II and was wounded in action while serving with the Army in Hurt- ken Forest, Germany. He was a member of the 4th Infantry Division in England, France, Belgium ORDER NISI Glenn C. Whitman and Genevleve L. Whitman, his wife. Edward D. Larkins, Plaintiffs vj. Dorothy M. Whitman, an infant. Defendant. No. 32.386 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Allsgany County, State of Maryland. Ordered this 4th day of February, in the year Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Two by the circuit Court for Allega»y County, sitting In Equity, that the sale made and reported In the above cause by Wilbur V. Wilson. Trustee, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before March 7th, 1952, provided a Copy of this Order be published In some newspaper In the City of Cumberland. Allegany County, Maryland, once a week for three successive weeks before the 38th day of February. 1952; The Report states to be $5,600.00. JOSEPH True copy; Test: Joseph E. Bodcn, ClerK. Adv.-T.-Feb. 5-12-19. the amount of sale E. BODEN, Clerk. EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans Court of Allegeny County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of Christopher C. Garllclc. Sr., late of Allc- gany County. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 25th day of July, 1955. They may otherwise by taw be. excluded from all benefit ot the said estate. All person* knowl.'.g themselves Indebted to said eKtatc arc requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 35th day of January, 1952. Almeda Virginia Sellers, Executrix, Locust Grove, Route No. », Cumberland, Md. Adv. Times-Jan. 20—Feb. 5-12-19. EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscriber has obtained from Ihe Orphans' Court o' Alleftany County, letters Testamentary on th> subscriber on or before the 2Sth nf July. 1S52. They may otherwUe Maryland, estate of J. Thruston Boyd late of Allegany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims nuatnst. the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the day - _ .. by law he excluded from all benefit of the snid estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 25th day of January, 18S2. Mrs. Elinor Bhriver Boyd, Executrix 501 Washington St., Cumberland. Md. Adr. Times-Jan. 2B—Feb. 5-13-18. ADMINISTRATRIX .NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Allegany County, Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate ot Christopher Columbus Miller late of Allegnny County. Maryland, deceased. AH persons liavinK claims agninst the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the duly Jenkins Funeral Home. Rev. Rowland Aspinall officiated. Interment was in East Oak Grove Cemetery. A native of Monongahelia County, Mr, Schlobohm was a son of the late Henry and Sarah (Rowe) Schlobohm. He was a veteran of World War I, serving with the 42nd Rainbow Division, and had been a maintenance employe at the local Court House for the past six- years. Mr. Schlobohm was a member of the Spruce Street Methodist Church; and Post 548, VFW. Surviving are his widow, Ida Blanche (Conrad) Schlobohm, twoj here last Thursday for military service were accepted Dy the Marine Corps and dispatched to Parris Island, N. C. The new "leathernecks" promise that the state will buy only Maryland mined coal. He included Governor McKeldin on the list. This prompted Sen. Goldstein (Dem-Calvert), the majority floor leader to ask: "You mean the Governor upstairs of your heart's desire, have amusing rhymes. . • . As usual, a certain number of those so-called humorous Valentines are being sold. These are the'ones which poke fun at some of the foibles of the average person. This type valentine, of a necessity,. Is sent anonymously. When you boll It all down they are not very funny and for many seem In bad taste for Valentine Day. I WISHING WELL^R Registered U. S. Patent Oflicr, Thomas James McDonaugh, are 317 Washington Street, and Perry Edward Vanscoy, Crownsville, formerly of 47 Greene Street, both of Board 29. Clerk Co-ordinator P. Emmett Pahey said the other 22 inductees went to the 2053rd Reception Center, j Fort Meade, for processing and as-j signment. Association To Meet The Ridgedale Playground Association will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the home of the president, Mrs. Mona England, 879 Patterson Avenue. Storm Lashes Maine ABINGHAM, Me. — MF>) — The worst snowstorm of the Winter in northwestern Maine smashed power lines today, disrupting electric service over a wide area. State Guard (Continued from Page 13) Guard to take over the duties of the National Guard. While carrying out this assignment, the local State Guard units did more than that, — they gave military training to approximately 800 youths and men, who later entered federal service. Members volunteered to give weekly instructions to the 20 Minute Men companies organized throughout AUegany County. The sons, Ralph and Donald, both of Morgantown; two .daughters, Mrs. Phyllis Grey, East St. Louis, 111.; and Mrs. Eleanor Wotring, Cumberland; three brothers, Jon, Clarence, and Prank, all of Morgantown; andj two sisters, Miss Ethel Sohlobohm.l ""°. "I""" "^ , ... .,, i, 11 .. it. t unite 15 as loiiows: and Mrs, Alice Molisee, both of Morgantown; and five grandchildren. Abraham D. Hofl OAKLAND—Abraham D. Hofl, 76, died Saturday at the home of Mrs. Harry Strawser, Deer Park. He was born December 6, 1875 in Preston County, W. Va., a son of the late John and Catherine (Smith) Hoff. Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Hoff, here, a daughter, Mrs. Markwood Glotfelty, RD 2, Oakland; a sister, Mrs. John White, Button; four grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services will be held today at 1 p. m. at Bolden's Funeral Home with Rev. George Simpson oHiciat- Trained Over Groups service record of the two Organized, July, 1941; mustered into service, October 8, 1941; served during the explosion on Centre Street in September, 1941; alerted on the declaration of war in December, 1941; paraded in Baltimore on Army Day April 6, 1942; served during floods of October 15. 3943, and November, 1943; alerted VE Day May 8, 1945, and alerted VJ Day August 14, 1945. In 1942 and 1946 the companies had summer encampment at Camp Ritchie and in the years between went to Fort Meade.' Company C was mustered out January 15, 1947. and Company D in November, 1946. In addition to training the Minute Men, the guardsmen drilled Civil Air Patrol and nurse cadets. A number or local men who served | in the State Guard became officers. a lieutenant colonel. In the ranks were State Guards- battle wounds, were dis- Theyll Do It Every Time ing. Interment will be In Thayerville Cemetery. Mctzncr Services FROSTBURG*— A requiem for Miss Mary J. Metzner, 78. of Mt. j Pleasant Street, who died Saturday, j . . . . .. . . . ,. . , . _. ... u .'men who went Into the Army, BUf- was held today at St. Michaels ,._..,_ _,_ „. Catholic Church with Rev. Francis E. Montgomery as celebrant. Rev. j Patrick J. Bradley and Rev. Regis j F. Larkin were in the sanctuary. Interment was in the church-ccmer ;_ tery. | Pallbearers were Frank Mackey, i Ralph Harvey, John Boyle, Charles; Day, John Keating,' and William 1 Stark. Majfruder Services i Services for Mrs. Edna Margaret; Magruder, 57, wife of Mayor B. j Frank Magruder, of Ridgeley, whoj died Friday at Allegany Hospital,; were held today nt the George 1 Funeral Home. Rev. L. G. Bridges and Rev. Robert Bridges, both of Keyser, officiated. Interment was In : Hillcrest Burial Park. Pallbearers, all members of Ridge- j ley Volunteer Fire Department,> were J. W Aldridge, H. A Bean, Leo ; Rice, Harry, Leo Mills, and Audrey Poling. Strong- Services Services for Mrs. Carrie L. Strong, 70. who died Saturday at her rest- j dence, 716 Shriver Avenue, were held i yesterday at Kipht's Funeral Home ; 3 H 4 N y~ N 7 F 3 E. 2: R 3 R 5 R 7 W 8 R S A 5 M . . 6 N 2 N 8 A 2 I 6 N 6 N 7 T 3 R 8 S 4 F 5 A 7 R 3 I 2 .E 7 N 4 T 6 H 3 V a T 5 o 8 R 4 W 7 L 2 S 8 O SI T 4 R 3 F 5 N 2 C 7 N 4 E S o, 8 E 6 O 2 G 3 R 3 A 6 A S R L 5 A 3 W 5 E 5 B 2 R 4 G 3 M 2 S 8 U 4 H 4 I V P, 8 U 7 I 4 O 7 G 8 T 8 F 3 E ii U 6 G 3 O 2 E 3 Y 2 P ;b L S T ti T 2 U 3 O 7 E 7 '"' E"' . 2 < I 7 . O 2 RS-" "?. A'- 5: " C.---L 2 ••-. E.>= H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every" day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your forlun«r-™ Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is.6 '.& t # more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result 'if-your^key number. Start at the upper.left-hand corner of the rec- 1 tangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Thetr read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. _. Copyrljht, 1932,. by William J. Miller. Diitributtd by Klnt ftaturti, Inc.Z"|2 • Birthday-Greetings Answer to Prtvfous PuziU HORIZONTAL 1 Today is Ills birthday 8 He was born in a log 13 Interstices 14 Irregular 15 Pedal digit 16 Abstract being ' £ uua "-? „ 17 He was shot « Surrender 2 Satiric 3 Sewing tool 4 Symbol for cobalt 5 Oil (comb, form) 6 Weapon of war 7 Cuddled 18 India (poet.) 19 Month (ab.) 20 Natural fat 21 Kind of green 22 Abstract being 9 Arrivals (ab.) 29 Plunder. 10 Rowed 30 Employers '. 2 Spanish American laborer 36 Pestered 37 Tenant o Theater was the - ot his shooting 28 Beguiled 31 Faucet 33 Dawn goddess 34 Anger 35 Sturgeon eggs 36 Perfidy 40 Snares 44 Even (contr.) 45 Fiber knots 47 Printer's term 48 Peruvian mountains 51 Money (slang) 53 Goll device 54 Medicinal cloth 55 Obliteration 57 Weird 58 Calmer 59 Attire 60 Seesaws VERTICAL 1 People c:! Latium 24 Sinister look 27 Auricles 39 La test 41 Bring into" syntony • 42 Gazer '.'.! 43 Guides 46 Gay—-. ' 49 Roof nnials 50 Observes 52 Challenge 56 Harden otherwise by law be excluded f?omj with Rfiv - Clarence L. Beard, pastor j same, with the vouchers there of authrntlralcd. to the subscriber before the 25th day ot July. 1952. a':i benefit "oTth'e' Mid »sfate""AiT persons i of Trinity Methodist Church, of-| knowing themselves indebiert to said | fj c j a u n g. Interment was in Ebenezer ' estate are requested to mnke Immediate payment. Given unrter mv of January. 1355. hand this 35th day Bessie V. Miller. Administratrix. Adv.-Timr.'-Jan. SB- Lonaconing, -Feb. 5-12-19. Md. By Jimmy Hatlo IAST PART/ THE CREAVYS HAD, THERE WAS SO MUCH FOOD LEFT OVER THAT THIS TIME THEY PEQPEC? TO BE WE WAHT SOME St&CKS AND THOSE LITTlf COC TOIL SAMCWCMES FDR A PARTY OF TEM- f t ,, OT TOO M/W-ODE /AM' BESSIE 1 t/^S.^REMT SURE THE/ GttJ COME-. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the ' subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' , Court of Allegany County. Maryland. j letters Testamentary on the eslnte ofi ! Susan Nichols Inte of Allesany County.! ! Maryland, deceased. All persons having 1 i claims aualnst the deceased arc hereby | warned to exhibit the same, the { ! vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 18th day • of July. 1932. They may otherwise by law bp yxcludfri from all benefit of the said estate. All persons kno«-Inft them- selvrs indebted to said estate are requested tri make immediate payment. | Given under my hand this lath d«y j ol January. 1952. William Donald. 1 . Executor. R.ii'.road St., Lonaconlnp. Mtf. Adv»rt,is"mfnt. T-Jan. 22-23-Feb. .VU. EXECUTOR'S Norici THIS 16 TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphan*' Court of Allegar.y County. S-faryUntf. letters Testamentary on the estate of Hannah M. Baker late of Allegany County. Maryland, deceased. All persons hiving! i claims against the deceased are hereby ; i *»rned to exhibit the same, with the ! vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to j the subscriber on or before the 8!h day of August, 1952. They may otherwise by ;s-<r M excluded from ail benefit of the •aid estate. AH persons knoTln? them- .'Clves indebted to said estate are rc- c,i:e«;ert to nulte Immediate payment. ; Oivm under my hand this 8th ,1»y a.' February, ;3.i3. F.-,ink Ford, i 1 Advertisement T.-Feb. Pnn'e No. 1. Cumberland Md. 1S-I3-26— Msrch 'A WHOLE ARMY SHOWS UP-THEY'LL f?0 (T EVERY TIME— FAMILY GOWENTOM BROUGHT TUB AMD A TIP OF THE eMTU? Cemetery, Romney. W. Va. John Zink, Lester WaRner, Michnel Doyle. Francis Aldridpe and Gerald OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* BOARDING HOUSE with WAIT/ IN CHARGE OP -SELLING GUMHOCN'S ANTIQUES WHAT FOR. * ALL WE SOTTA, DO is soy IT — THEM VJB'LL 8ETH6 PROPRIETORS OF TtJe OL/D .\T6 A£ 6IMPL& ) VJALNlUTS OFF A CAKE { WE POOL OUR. 6EADVORK' •"> A .1 YOU DOM'T KMOW EVERYTHIWcS.' A MOOSE COULD SWEAK IN BEHIrsID THIS MOP--IT'3 FEOZE.' TKYIM'TO GETTH' MOP IM WITHOUT TH 1 DO6 (3ETTIM 1 INJ ? WHY, J\<=, OOZE IT THRU TH' CRACK" IT'LL WRING IT AMD BUYlMW NiAPOLEOrO VEST FROM GUMHORM FOR 5 MOO CC-'\f.6 FOR |T,\\ ! £

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