Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 13, 1952 · Page 19
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, 1952 NINETEEN Cumberland REALTORS, members of the CUMBERLAND REAL ESTATE BOARD and the National Association of Real Estate Boards . . . •I||I Invite You to Investigate the REALTOR-Listed Properties Below |(||< Display Classified Seven-Room Home TU» it » Jrmme houee with .'our good«'« rooms on the first floor. three rooms •nd bath on the aicond floor and In the »tttc are two finished rooms. Oas fired •not «ir furruce. front and rear porches, »l»te roof. The plan is auch that it could w converted to two apartments. There is • g»«ge with cntruice from alley. It it located at No. 327 Columbia, Ave., North Cumberland. This property I: worth contderably more wan th« price of JS.700. HARRY B. SIMPSON REALTOa — OJSTJBANCE 113 Pr«deirlck 8U Pbcm. 833 and 3994.W Gsphart Drive. 1 room frame dwelling containing living room, dining room. JcHchert, bedroom and bath llrst floor. Three bedrooms and bath 2nd floor. Hardwood Ilrst floor. Warm air heat. 4S7 Waverly Terrace, rive room briek dwelling ylth large lot. Priced for quick salt. 300 Wa'verly Terrace. Six room br!e!c dwelling. Hardwood floors. Warm air heat. Convenient to city. Attractively priced. WIEBEL and WORKMEISTER INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Frederick Street Phone 3453 Magnificent Estate CONVENIENTLY LOCATED on De Haven Road, Just off Baltimore Pike, three miles Jrorn the city; six acres beautifully landscaped. A truly modern stone home with jeven spacioui rooms, ta f o tile baths, rnoderq kitchen, two stone fireplaces, nice recreation room in basement, laundry room, two car garage. Bui.'t 1949. See this charming home today. Inspection by appointment. HOWARD M. SPIKER REALTOR - INSURANCE 20 South Centre Street Phone 5576!' Attention Working Men IVi miles out Bedford Road is a IVi •tory u>e dwelling having 3 rooms, part bath, full basement, electric lights, spring »ater In housa, l'/a acres land. Building not completed. Good opportunity for the Party looking for suburban home. Priced tow, owner leaving city. Desirable small dwelling at «3 Columbia •t. Is a 2 story frame and Insel-roll siding dwelling having 4 rooms, bath, full basement, warm air furnace heat, automatic Water heater. Owner left the city. Imroe- atat.« possession. Will sacrifice Jor a, Quick i«le. GLENN WATSON & SONS INSURANCE * REALTORS 113 Virginia, Avenu* Phon« 3«i For Sale Located on Braddock Road near Aliegany Grove — we have this bungalow with live rooms and bath — warm air furnace. This property lj located on a large lot which la 167x126' and It also hat » gzrago — Priced at J6000.00. 114 Columbia Street — ievcn 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 furnace. Priced »t $7500.00. D. C. GOODFELLOW Agency REAL ESTATE STORAGE 131 N. Centre Street INSURANCE Phone 2393 FOR SALE 25 Decatur Street. Weil located business property. Larje two story brick building. Priced to sell. Good Investment. 108-110-112-114 Columbia Street. Mostly brick construction. Bach contslns «fx rooms and bath with small basement. Priced at 13,500 each II purchased separately. Phone ut today. THE J. H. HOLZSHU CO. INSURANCE— REALTORS—BONDING 21 So. Centre St. Ph. 458 FOR SALE BAST SIDE, Frame dwelling, -with 5 room. •ath apartment on 1st floor porches, S room, bath on 2nd floor, private entrance, porches, 4 nice rooms in bsae- nient. hot water furnace, »ttic, large lot 100 ft. front on paved St. by 200 ft. <*«P, garage, property in good condition, will consider trade on small home, an «xce)lent Investment and home combined. Price cm application. DECATTO. ST.. Brick dwelling with 10 rooms, arranged for small apartments, baths, hot water furnace, gas (ired, 3 garages, nice level lot, completely lur- Dished, an excellent Income at the price. Price on application J. L. HOWSARE U4 Bedford St. Phone 41« LOCATED on Rt. 2g, S miles from Ridgeley, new 6 room frajne ranch type bungalow, large basement, hot air furnace, large living room, built-in fireplace, dlnlpg room, kitchen. 3 bedrooms, adequate clothes presses, bath with shower, lot 100 i 43a. priced to sell. Vacant. 65 ACHE FARM. 6 room modern house, double garage, other outbuildings, 450 fruit trees, good fertile land. \\ mile off Bedford Road, near Knave's Crossroads. LOTS on Route 40. west aids of Martin's Mountain. JX3TS on Routa 120. on« mile north of Kawllngs. C. A. JEWELL, Realtor 12 Bridie Street RMgtlcr. W. Va. Phon* 1541 or 2897-R FOR SALE Located 838 Windsor Road, Dingle. Is this modern, eight room dwelling containing 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. Pos- lession within fifteen days. Inspection by appointment Priced right for Immediate • ale. FOR 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 SOB S. Centre St., Cumberland. Md. Phone 3844 Evening Phone 277S-J BRICK SEMI-BUNGALOW BALTIMORE PIKE Attractive 8 room semi-bungalow located Just 3'/3 miles East of Cumberland on Baltimore Pike. Contains 4 rooms and bath on 1st floor: 3 bedrooms on 2nd floor. Garage In basement. Situated on approximately 2 acres of land with plenty of space for gardening: improved by tool shed and poultry house. Available for immediate occupancy. Price $7200.00 M. D. REINHART AGENCY REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE Phone 1896 Liberty Trust Bldg. MAPLESIDE NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE Good six rooms and bath frame dwelling covered with grey Insel-brlcfc. New hot »lr heating system, with registers. Automatic hot water tank. Oarage. This property Is located on a plot containing six lots. Price upon application and Inspection by appointment. CASH VALLEY ROAD Situated on Cash Valley Road, about three- tenths of a mile from Route No. 40 at LaValc. House consists of seven rooms and bath. Hot air heat. Oas. Approximately five acres of land. Priced at S6.850.00. G. I. can finance with J300.00 cash. Immediate possession. D. P. MILLER CO. INSURANCE & REALTORS •Phona 433 No. 1 N. Liberty St. i rery desirable lota, 50x100 it., block 34. Potomac Park Addition. 4 room frame with bath, nice lot 924 Emily St.. Cumberland. 6 room frame, aath and electric, hard- wo,d floors, large lot. $5000. 2 miles west ol Springfield. W. Va. on Route 28. Ode 2 room house, 3*4 acres ground. S miles out Rt. 28. Electric In house. Very comfortable 5 roonj house, hot air heat, concrete block garage, lot 501200 Good location. Possession at once. For Ash by. W. Va, J. S. HUTTON, Realtor. B Bridge St., Rldgeley Phone 6345 SEMI-BUNGALOW Lov«ly 0 Room Brick-Tile Dwelling, like new. Pleasantly situated on the Uhl Highway 2'A miles beyond City Limits, opposite Fort Cumberland Golr Course and along that beautiful countryside affording •uch a fine view of the valley with the Knobley Mountain chain in the distance familiarly known as "Those West Virginia 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, garage, "' acre of land. Venetian New Blinds nnd window screens Included. Rcplnce- ment cost of nil this would be property posted. Sale Price S10 500 ROBERT W. YOUNG high. Realtor Apartment House In good st»t« of repair. Attractive Investment—Nets Yearly $2.560.00. Twelve complete unfurnished units, divided into 3 and 4 roomj with bath. Steam heat throughout, large concrete basement with laundry tubs for tenants. Large boiler room, stoker fired furnace. What a buy at til,050.00. You Can't Buy Better Than The Best. 312 Mountain View Drive. A modern home, close to schools, churcbei and transportation. First floor, living room, sunparlor, dining room, powder room and floor, four double bed with shower. Hardwood kitchen. Second rooms, tile bnth finished throughout. Concrete basement, hot water heat. Possession in 30 days. Special priced $15,750.00. CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL Second Floor ESTATE Phone 1180 ~-*i, u .. u x ivui JTMUUO 11OU Phone 4070'Corner Baltimore & South Liberty Streets Washington Street Home The owner of No. 711 Washington Street is leaving the city and has listed his home with us for sale. It has six nice rooms, tile bath, hardwood floors, BUH porch «t rear. K room that could be fixed for a maid and a toilet on tire basement floor. It has hot water heat with stoker, tile roof, front porch. The location Is the best and the price Is much less than It would cost to build today. "see PERRIN about it" Perrln Bldg on Penning St. Phone 422 47—Reol Estate for Sale TAKE OVER 800 ASHBROOK AVENUE Off Holland Street, Extended. New brick bungalow, a years old. Built up roof, finished attic and Insulated. Contnlns larpio living room with fire place, dining room, modern equipped kitchen, bath with shower, two good size bed rooms, hard wood floors. Hot nlr heat, coal fired furnace with automatic controls. Pull concrete bs.tcmcnl. with garage. Assume G. I. MortKane. payable jj.ouu.OO cash niiil I10..10 Monthly. No steps to climb. ThlnK what • everything on one floor means to you. Possession In 30 days. Lot 60x150. 47—Real Estate for Sale SIS OLDTOWN ROAD. 3 story, frame Tith brick sldlns, composition roof, 6 room dwelling. First floor has large kitchen, dining room and living room. Second floor, large hall, three good nizo bed rooms with bath. Concrete basement, hand fired furnace with hot air heat register In each room. Lot 112 i 212 — Alley on ilde. This property Is In good stato of repair. Will quality for G. L Loan. SUBURBAN HOME—AT POTOMAC PARK Attractive two story, eight room dwelling. In KCW! state of repair.- All motlern city conveniences. Can be used as dwelling or a four room apartments. Hot air heat, gas furnace. Pull basement with Rarage. Lot 80x120. it won't cost vou a dime to Inspect this attractive home. Priced $",500.00 for Immediate sale. COUNTRY HOTEL AND FARM LAND LOCATED ON ROUTE NO. 40, about 12 miles east of Cumberland. Two story, brick building, known as the Filntstone 'Hotel. Contains a total of IB rooms, subdivided Into 3 and 4 room apartments. Hot air heat in 2 four roam apartments. Electric. Private water supply reservoir, plus artc- alnn wells and all necessary outbuildings. 145 acres of good farm and'timber land. About 320 feet ot level ground facing Route No. 40. Can be utilized for motels, gas tuatlon and restaurant, which Is now badly needed, For complete information and cppoln*- mtnt to inspect ana "/ "i« properiiei listed coore, just call 1180 CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Second Floor Phone 1180 Corner Baltimore & South Liberty Streets Modern Homes 508 CITY VIEW TEHRACE: Bin room modern frame-ln«e)brlc dwelling with bath, warm nlr heat, gut fired furnace, two finished basement rooms, with lavatory, commode and shower. A good buy at J6500, POTOMAC PARK, Modern five room tramc semi-bungalow with garage, bath, Piped warm air heat, modern kitchen, two nice level lots. Immediate possession. Reasonably priced at 11,500. HOWARD M. 8PIKSR Realtor-Insurance 20 South Centre Street Phone B578 5 ROOM HOUSE, water, electric; also \ and 3 room apartments, redecorated; si-ll. rent or trade for farm. Charles Henvner, Wiley Ford W. Va. 1 CAN SELL, YUUR PROPERTY OPIE ANNAN PHONE 5680 *8 ROOM house. Furnace, city water. b«th, full concrete basement, 3 acres land. 3 years old. Olann W. Hott, Hazen Road, Lake Gordon. Real Estate Bought and Sold. Floyd P. Grace .Phone 868-J-4 LOTS, VOCKE DRIVE. 50il35. 3 at $100. 3 lU 1350. " PHONE 3671 ROOM BRICK residence; excellent i apartment possibilities; double garage: attractive yard. Apply'854 Shrlvcr Ave. REAI/TT AOENCT REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT 6011. NEW 6 room home. 2 bathrooms, garage In basement, gas fired forced air heat, hardwood floors throughout. Price lowered for quick sale. 1819 Frederick St. Phone 2458. 129 ACRE farm located Levels. W. Va. 50 acres lumber, balance orchard and grazing land. pond, spring water. Write Box 254-A. c/o Times-News. LISTINGS WANTED! On Homes and Income Properties I Have Buyers! Lazarus <fc Trieber' 28 N. Liberty Phone 3270 Display Classified $50 Cash for 30 Days Total Cost $1.50 Stop in or Phonal Aetna Finance Co. N. LIBERTY ST. — PHONE 5293 • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly ford Dtaltt" S. GeorgB St. Cumberlond Phon* 580 Venetian Blind Laundry Cleaning - Repairing John E. Sharp & Co. 401 N. Mechanic St. Phono 6177 WEST SIDE. Central location. Brick with 12 rooms, now renting in small apartments, completely modern. 8 rooms completely furnldhctl Included, property in excellent condition, good Income and home combined, offered due to locating out of city, Immediate possession. Phone 4143. DOUBLE HOUSE—« rooms each «lde. North Cmberlnnd. New Brick Siding recently applied. Phone 4609. 48—Roofing, Spouting EW ROOFINO, atJTTEHa CONDUCTORS Met*| Work »11 type*. Root Ptlnting .5 yrt. Exp. ALEX SCHtTTS. C»ll 2351 WESTERNPORT. Green St., Green's Addition, corner lot; 1 rooms and bath, full bfl>emrnt. warm-ftlr gas fired furnace, modern kitchen. An excellent value. S6500. WESTERNPORT. M.iin Si-, Extended. 7 rooms, bath, garage; level lot 50x125. Price $5000. ONE MILE FROM WESTERNPORT on McCooIc Road, an ideal location consist-1 ins of 3 acres with modern and well constructed home; 6 rooms, bath, full base- 1 rocm: warm »ir. gfts-fircd furnace; double) garage; poultry Viouse and stable; us-j sorird fruit trees. All essentials for the i gentleman farmer. Price S9SOO, PIEDMONT, double housf. 6 rooms, bnth. fach .sirifr. Convenient location. Thl.s, »:II pay I2T'r oil investment. Price $6000.! KEYSER. F Sirret and West Pkdmont, pi . investment property cnntalnlnc 2 apartments, both having front and rrsr entrances. 4 rooms, bath, utility room. • b.isement. down; 3 rooms and bfttb, up. price $6900. McMOLLEN HIGHWAY. 4V» miles from McCoole, 6 room frame seml-bunRfllow. one »cr« ground; o»lc floors, electric and natur»l gas. drilled well. Nice place. H750. MAYBURY-FOLAND REALTY .AGENCY ; Real Estate Brokers j Phone Piedmont 8011 I MODERN concrete block home. 8 rooms j and b«th. KRS heat, automatic toot water. ' lot U0x360. Cresap Drive. Bowling Green. Phone 48«2-J. MAEYIAND AVE.—6 room brick. 2 baths, furnace. In excellent repair. $8500 Opie Annan 3SM. "tNtAt-l, HOUSE. 1 «rr- ermr.rt—Old Baker R&'irt. Port Afhhy. \v. vs. W.- lurn P. A<!»m< .'-. SO—Upholstering flNGER SEWING MACHINE CACTION •Incer ielh !U machines only throuxh Singer S«wln« Gen- Mrs Idantlfled bj lh« t.moui Red 'S" on tin window. X«T«f tbrouch dtnltn «r tfa. Vftrtment ttorei. "WHERE TO BUY fT" SU1GER SEWING MACHINE CO. Ov*r Pint F«dtral Savingi & Loan 79 N. CENTRE PHONE 394 UPHOLSTERING. SPRINGS. Furniture I Repairs. Truck-Auto and Kitchen chairs recovered. Cushions refilled. GEORGE! BRAGG. PHONE B045-J. I Recovering & Spring Repair Charles E. Brode. 655 Qreene St. Phon« 889 AUTO A COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERING Furniture ReconcreiJ. Modern Plasffci d«o. 8. Warner. 1323 Viu Av«. P>V 345»-M UPHOLSTERING John Troxell 335 N Centre 6510-J REPAIRING - UPHOLSTERING" furniture Woric OM«-r»nt4ed. os.^if* HI Pred^rlr.(c SI Phnne 1868-W Display Classified GUARANTEED BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Brine your appliance mod heating prob- Icm* trt 08. Our fuctory (r»ined servfc* men (ite 7011 quick, efficient icrvlc** FISHER Gas & Appliances S Horri«on St. Phen* 4428 RESTAURANT DAIRY DRUG STORE OWNERS EN&MEKIN6 SERVICED __ IMPERIAL is proud t<i announce that they cars now offer a complete equipment layout and engineering service for Hotels, Restaurants, Dairy Stores and Public Institutions Man* 968 lUPERlAUQUIPUflfT rt-tuftrr m*jf ftf. OPTICAL SERVICE Repairing Don* At One* Broken Lenses Replaced (Duplicated) OPEN SATURDAYS Bring Your Doctor's Prescription Here Thos. C. Hubbs, Optician SPECIAL BUYS FOR SPECIAL GUYS 1950 CHEVROLET 2- door. Dark green, one owner, fully equipped. 1950 BtfICK Rivicri, 4 door sedan. 2 tone green. Radio, heater and Dynaftow transmlsilon. Extreme" Jy low mileage. 1 owner. 1048 DODGE club coupe, dark blue, fully equipped. In excellent condition. GURLEY'S ING. 123 S. Liberty Phone 25« Used Car tot ZIZ Greene St WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY OUT OUR WAY By J. It Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR AW, SHE'D OF Oi«vRSEC> RkSHT BY IF 1CXJ HAPNiT OF GAVE IT AWAY WITH A LOOK ER SUMP-KI--A FINS MA YOU ARE, TAKlW SiDes.' LOOK—HE PROMISEE? TO JUST TAP, THEN NEARLY KNOCKS MY HEAD OFF.' THEN M.YOWM MOTHER D3=ErJPS HIM— HIDES H1M-- TAKES. SJC-ES/ U/V\-MAK.> YOU WHAT/? , AH-EK, yes, IT-S LISTED AT *400~80T THIS IS Ike THE COBRA P0160N MURDERS (N ST. OOMW'S WOOD/ WHAT t>o you volets WITH SOCK A PRECIOUS WHAT tO CAPS WHY WE WANT IT t MAYB& WE'LL USE, IT AS A r SLALOM. j COURSE ^ FC« cookie CRUMBS/ gRftCE A, SURPRISE, WAMTA -THAT OLD vest fT'S AT , — K16KT * Displdy Classified L BERNSTEIN WAREHOUSE 152 UNION ST. New nnd Used • Bedroom Furniture • Diningroom Furniture • Living room Furniture • Kitchen Furniture • Gas Ranges • Electric Refrigerators EASY CREDIT! New Maytag $129.95 Cumberland Maytag 31-35 N. Mechanic St. Phen* 2672 FRESH FRUITS &VEGETABLES Dependable at Low Prices! HAGER'S SUPER FRUIT MARKET At Lover's Leap — Obituary . — (Continued from Page 13) for brief services on Friday at 1:30 p. m. Services will be held at the Pinto Mennonite Church at 2 p. m., with Rev. Chester M. Helmick, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Charles G. Pape FROSTBURG—Charles G. Pape, Church, officiated. Interment was In Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were M. L. Kolb, John Cooper, Edward Kolb, William Bucy, K. Basil Kolb, and John Mardorff. Green Services BARTON — Services for John A. Green, 77, who died at his home Saturday, were held yesterday at Personal Soyi: "Yes!" $30 For 30 Days TOTAL COST 90c Personal Finance Co. Phon. 721 201 lib.rty Tr*X 3AUS8 HUDSON Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 & Mechanic St Phone 13 SERVICE LARGE Grade "A" country guaranteed fresh. 3 doi. S1.39 1 dozen ........................ Ib. Ib. hj|^ SI I]1S Swi ' 1 ' 1 Premium or Honsy Brand, 14-lb. avg UttlUS ^° n °y Brand Picnici, Ready to Eat , , Bacon slic ' d Su ar Cured ............... - 3 "»• Sl.OO Bacon Squares ................ 4 lbs Sl.OO Minced Hani sli " d ° r "'"" ........ 3 "» $1.00 Sausage Fr " h - A " Pork - ">• 55c .......... 2 lb >- $1.00 Wieners Smo " Sk "•'•» -' lb - 59c 2 (b ' $1.00 Pork Chops ^ M «»* lb 59c 2 "» Sl.OO Salt Fish **• »•«*<* ...................... 5 lb «-S1.00 Pudclillg f "' h Homemade ................. g Ib, Sl.OO Brains Fr " h ................................ 4 "»• Sl.OO Pure Lard '-">• ^ ....................... 4 "»• 89c OI(Mt K ' n9 Nut Golclon Quorters ............ . ........ ^J Ibt. J{J)f» Sauerkraut Hom - Mad « .................. 2 lbt 25c FlOUr Pillsbur >' ond G°ldTn.dal ........ 25 lb ' baa $2.09 >!<» \DI S MARKETS 11 N. Front St. 316 Baltimore Ave. OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAYS Hospital, Cumberland, | after being taken ill at the Kelly- Springneld Tire Company Monday. He was a son of the late Henry and Annie (Eisentrout) Pape and a veteran of World War II, with overseas duty. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Helen (Hahn) Pape, two children, Wanda and Dotty; three brothers, Wilson, Clifton, and' Milton Pape, all of Eckhart. The body will be taken to the home of his brother Clifton Pape. Charles F. Carman BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va. Charles Ford Carman, 75, of Berkeley Springs, died last night following a .heart attack he suffered while addressing the Hancock Rotary Club. Born April 26, I87S, at Mays Landing, N. J., he was a son of the late Thomas and Phoebe (Prudent) Carman. He was married June 26, 1917 to the former Miss Florence Dice in Cincinnati. An engineer, he was president of the National Philca Company, here; chairman of the Morgan County Red Cross, and a former president of a district school board. Mr. Carman was a Mason, and a member of the Kiwanis Club. He attended Pennington Seminary, and Bordentown Military Institute, New Jersey. He was graduated from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa., in 1899 with an engineering degree. While' 1 in college he participated in football and basketball. He was pictured in Life Magazine a few years ago as one of the outstanding athletes of his time. While at Lehigh he was an assistant engineer and chief engineer thej Island,] Philadelphia; and projects at liilley, Maine, and Amsterdam, N. M. Besides his widow, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs, Robert Agnew, Boston, Mrs. E. B. Bradsford, New Castle, Del.; and Mrs, j Thomas Bradford, Hagcrstown; two sisters, Miss Elizabeth and Miss Emma Carman, Rockaway, N. J. The body will remain at the Wendell Allen, pastor, officiating. Interment was in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Moscow. Active pallbearers were Floyd Russell, Cecil Russell, William Shuhart, Thomas Mowbray, Olin Magruder and Samuel Hartmari. Honorary pallbearers were John Green, Lester Green, Ronald Bummert, John Russell and Owen Russell. . John C. Scheller FROSTBURG—John C. Scheller, 58, former resident of Eckhart, died yesterday at his residence in Detroit as the result of a heart condition. He was a son of the late William and Isabel (Close) Scheller, of Eckhart, and had resided for 20 years in Detroit where he had been employed with the Ford Motor Company. A veteran of World War H, he was a member of the American Legion and Masonic order In Detroit. Survivors include: His wido^v, Mrs. Ruth Scheller, a son, James Scheller, Jr., Detroit; three sisters, Mrs. was a daughter of the late Frank and Eleanor (Hartman) Dove. She had lived in Hampshire for 24 years. Besides her husband, she Is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Alma Paugh, Hampshire; Mrs. Fern Daugherty, Cross, W.. Va.; Mrs. Ella Poland, Rawlings, Md.; and Mrs. Elsie Paugh, Kitmiller, Md.; two sons, Ersal and Vinnen High, both at home; three brothers, John, Purgitsville; Abel and Luther, Burlington, W. Va.; and a sister, Susan, Purgitsville; and seven grand-, children. The body will remain at the Boal" Funeral Home, Westernport, until Sunday at 11 a. m., when it will .be taken to the Assembly of God Church for services at 2 p. m. Rev. E. W. Welford, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery, Keyser. Dr. Norman K. Davis GRANTSVILLE — Services 'tot- Dr. Norman Robert Davis, 63, who died at his home here Tuesday, will'- be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the residence, with Rev. D. J. Combs, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Grantsville Cemetery. Dr. Davis had been ill for several months following an operation at Johns Hopkins Bos- < pital, Baltimore, in December. Cora , Mrs. Marion Thomp- Dec Born in Allenwoodr Pa., June- S, Annie Thomas, Macon, Mo.; Mrs . | J? 88 -'« "as a son of the late Lewis ,-!„,„ ir,,^. M« ^.;.^ n ^ nmn . Cass and Emma (Purdy) Davis. Dr. Davis had practiced medicine in this area since 1921, after being graduated from the University ' of Maryland Medical School. He served ns a captain in a medical unit in ' son, Pittsburgh. Burial will be in Detroit. Mrs. Sarah C. Bonncr HENDRICKS, W. Va. — Mrs. Sarah Catherine Bonner, 77, died here Monday afternoon. She was born July 13, 1874, a daughter of the late John and Amanda (White) Wade. She and her husband, Lee Bonner, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary April 26, 1951. Besides her widower, she is survived by three sons, Edgar Bonner, Alexandria, Va,; Arthur Bonner, Ervin, W. Va.; Clare Bonner, -Kingwood, *°°cr t France and Australia during World War I. Dr. Davis had been president ot the First State Bank since 1932. He was a past president of the Allegany-Garrett County Medical Society; a member of the Grantsville American Legion, Post 214; and a charter member of the Rotary Club. He was a member and physician of Woodmen of the World, Camp 41, He is survived by his widow, Mrs. R son, and a Oakland; Mrs. Grace Bodkin, Parsons, W. Va.; a brother, John Wade, Parsons, W. Va.; 13 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She was a member of the Christian Church. The body is at Green- llef's Funeral Home in Parsons where a funeral service will De held tomorrow at 10 a. m. with Rev. A. Brook Withers, pastor of daughter, Mrs. Florence V. Faith, all of Grantsville; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Philadelphia; and Miss Darrcll Davis, London, England; and six grandchildren. Rehearsal (Continued from Page 13) whose public speaking Kerns Baptist Church, officiating. | haive bcen many. Interment will be In Bonner Cemetery at Dry Fork. E.- Oscar Hyde triumphs to his achievements in his portrayal of Hunter Funeral Home until Friday when it will be taken to St. Mark's Episcopal Church for service* at 2 p. m. Interment will be in Greenway Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be members of the Klwanls Club. Honorary [pallbearers will be G. Dewey Rice, | Choice, Pa., last night. Born Janu- I Rona i d Cover Mvrtle Tvvje? Robert McCandish. Ralph Donnelly, jary 1, 1880, in Bedford, Pa., he was '• Dolores Fancy ' Charlfile Norris Jack M. Hunter. Milton Thompson,, the son of the late Samuel S. andi Thomas Rowan ' r James E]lsworlh ; Leroy Carter, and Jack Carter. (Mary (Miller) Hyde. | Ann Webstcr ,„„ Bnrbara ^^ The family requests that flowers. He was married to the former ;nre excellent , n mlnor rolcs> ftnd be omitted. Contributions may be ! Miss Flora Shoemaker on December' "Uncle Stanley." Donald Stine comes across asaln ns one of Fort Hill's best in the unsympathetic role HYNDMAN, Pa.-E. Oscar Hydc,' of ,, Mr Presc0lt ;. lne belligerent 72, died at his home in Manns \ :sent to the Morgan County War j Memorial Hospital of Berkeley Springs or Childrens Haven, Charges Town, W. Va. Moorehead Services I5LOOMINGTON —. Services forition; and 2 1903. Mr. Hyde was president of the Bedford County Grange Fire An amazing scenic transformation *«m a memfber ,° f Buffalo MUs Grange; a trustee for; lftkM , ace ,„ tne maln room of the Dry Ridge cemetery A«ocia- !the ftbandoncd old house „ , t u ItloYi: and * member of I inn Srhclls- : Mrs. Emma Moorehead, 75, who died burg. Pa., Lodge, 1OOF. He was a , n lncn aftcr the house is repaired ' „.,., ,. , it. ^ • •, „ r ., Sunday at her home near here, were, member ot the Trinity Reformed and (he Pliner f)lm , ]v mf)VK Jn ,held yesterday at the home of her j Church, and an elder In the con- Sm]nfl effms ftre „„' ' d ;son. Carroll Moorehead. Rev. Phillip slstory of that church. effective, but nooded some adjusU •DeMuth, pastor of the Methodist | Church, officiated. Burial was in jPhilos Cemetery, Westernport. i Pallbearers were Winton Wiltson. Charles Moorehead, Oliver Miller, Besides his widow, survived mcnU Rt drcss rchcarsftl . Lighting . by four daughters Mrs. Mnda yn nnd COfitmninR ad(J to lhp . Claycomb. Manns Choice; Mrs. Mil- fll] achiovruipnt of this Port Hill dred Enfirld, Bcllwnod, Pn.; Olive Elder, Alliance, Ohio; and Because we are full of Valentine spirit, we are offering these terrific values at ROCK BOTTOM prices. See them today! '.VI Btifrk *uprr 4 door. Rarffo, h^ler, Dynaiflnw "ISO Chcvrolri 4 door. Flcctllnr, Equipped '.SO KtutlrhiikFt Ch.implnn star light coupe. R A: H A Od. "4*1 Cbftvrolrt Flrellinr 1 dnor. !Ud!n. heater. '40 Ruick MI per I door. Unriio, hrM«r. *4f» Plymouth cl«h cnupr. Radio, hraler, *'htlrwa)| tlr<-s, '4R Buirk ^ dnor sfdanrltc roadmnstT. R A: H. MR ftuirk Special 2 door *edan*tte. R A H, Whlttwalls. M8 Pontiac "H" I door, Il>ramatlc. Radio, heater. MS Pontinc convertible "fi" Radio and heater, *4R Ford convertible. MR Chevrolet flcctlinr. Kadio and heater MH Chevrolet Flrrtmaster ( door. R A II. MS riymnnth 4 dnor. Radio and heairr. M7 For/I '_' r)onr. Rndio and hc;iter, M* Ponli-tc srdanrtlt! "fi" Radio, henier. whiten-all Jirei. M" Chevrolet - door. Radio, heater, two tone. 'Jif /'nnti-ir hu«inevs rmipe, R.itJio nn d he.i ler, * I't I'nntinr 4 door. Radio and hf^ter. M,' <'hevm!ct * door. Heater, defroster. '("J Pnntiar I r[oor. \cw motor. M~ Thmouth husines^ mupf r , Radio, hextrr. Like nrT. "I', 1 Hnirk ^prrial 1 door. Radio and henter. *H ( adilfnc t floor. Radio and heater, 'II Chevrolet sprrial drlu\r I rionr. R & H. ' 11 Chevrolet club ronpe, Kqnipped. Ml Chevrolet htttines* roiipr. Radio and hratrr. Ml Plymouth t door. Heater, defroster. '(1 Oldsmohilr "'V club coupe, ijke new. MO Chrysler cnmertlhle. Radio, heater, new tnp. MO Chevrolet Spec!*! Deluxe 4 door. Radio, heater. MO Plyme.utL deluxe 1 door. Heater, defroster, Mn T>odct 4 door. Original hlaek finish. Tl!» Pontisc 1 door ^ertan. Radio and heater. '3f» Ttodcr I dnor. Heater and defroster. *^'> Ford I door. Heater. '37 Plymouth roupe. *3fi Chevrolet 2 door. '** Ford cotipr. *80 Ford "Model-A.'* SMITH'S Triangle Motors Players' production nf "George WashiriRton Slept Hrr<\" the only publir performance of which is scheduled tomorrow 8:15 p. m.— .IAV.H. t Uohn Brendlin, Dorsey Beard and Mrs. Dorothy Mowry. Spofford. I Charles Price. |N. H.: and a son. Donald Hyric, i Allen Services : Normal, III. A son George, died Services for Mrs. Amanda (Dem) : August, 12. 1946. He is also survived Allen, 83, former resident of Cum- by a brother, O. B. Hyde, Schells- f" 1 ,,«i J,., „ TP, berland, who died Sunday in Akron, burg, Pa.: and n sister, Mrs. Olon Vallllslji I. iiXCS Ohio, were held today at Stein's May, Glassport, Pa.; and 12 grand- 'Continued from Pace 13i Chapel. Rev. Norman O. Scritn«?r. riiiidrcn. Sybrrt said one of them wntilfl ;'pastor of Centre Street Methodist Services will be held Friday at. the suggest at today's hearing thai the .- I homo at.2:30 p. m., with Rev. Lcc income tax cut, be laid aside by A. Peeler, pastor of Trinity Reform- the committee until it at least had a erl Church, ofTiriating. Interment rhance to hear somn testimony on the other idea. The committee wasn't e>:j>er!ed to take any final action on il today anyway. mort- ' Pt Br.IC SALE Under and by vlr'ue of a chn gngp datrrf October 31. 1951. thr MortKaKt Records of Alk:- sany County. Maryland, in Liber No. M:.'. fr.r ihr account ot o ciavtnn on will be in Dry Ridpe Cemetery. James F. Mctnt«sh James Frederick Mclntosh. 35. of 124 South Mechanic Street, riiod 322 South Centre St. Phone 6464 inn oid'moii:li> 4-door .<pd»n.' Eni?:n No. o 2.M:i»n. Serial No. T8-U776, o Tuesday. March i. IDS! A' ll:nn A. M. TERMS' C,T-:T ai u m * r,r ..,>. RiAi,, LOAN soriKTV INC. Display Classified *&*&& WANTED TO BUY 50 Pre-War Gars! We Pay Top Dollar GULICK'S I'HO.VE 1 •!•»-» SOS-S25 S. CF.N'TRF, where lie had been n pauent. since p rr) '-,.o rv 3 ' . , , . Mr. Mrlii'nsM had been employen by the A:-:or Cab Ci.mpar.y for tl-.e past- «^ee years, and was a member ______________ v^j_'^ o( (lie Cre-apiown Volunteer Fire iCompanv. He \va.-' He i- survived Methodist. bv h;s mo Mr.-. Leo McKenzic. Cresajitowr.: his widow, Mr?. F.velyn Virsinia iKn.cilerrn Mclntor.h: and four children. Joan Mae and i,oi.- Ann. both of Crcsapto-vvn: and Gerald ; William, at home: ar.r! Frederick. Cresaptown. The body will remain at the George Funeral Home. Mrs. Edna Frances HiRh Then M.'iikiis said; "Why either or 1 Why no;, both?" His areumrnt'. ran like this: The income *ax reduction would he on in.";] income;:. Mwt tax payer.", pari'ciiiariy. Iho.'-e wiv> owe small amr>un!.<;. \\.\\\ have paid i:p by April IS. Tiif m;ii<->r ;-hare of revenue from tv." :ax would be In \'.r.r:i ti'. n hooks are closed on the June 30 Tr.:s lax relief ; ai;niii.'-'. :.he b:z surplus for fisra; ir).")J. The eancrilarior. of ;lie sales tax on fuels and ut.iiitie- \vo:;lfl not, start, until July I. wi'r, -he state's irv=s of revenue coming in fiscal The overlap by oniv six '- -;>: months r- in months the less HAMPSHIRE. W. Va--M.-f. Kdr.a'impor-nnt, half of the fiscal year Frances High, 59, w'ife of Hieh, died t.his mnrn.r.E at here. .She had been :',! for , Bo;a u; rureito.v.^e, "vV. anr.ei her ho inrome tsix revenue is Roth CTS ro'ild be apnu: rocking the state's

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