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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1932 TWENTY-ONE-- 41—Professional -Services .INCOME TAX RETURNS Boom S09, Liberty Trust Bld Phone 102«. INCOME TAX RETURNS JAMES W. BISHOP 112 Washington St. Ph«je 3315-3 Jri-Sta'te Detective Night Watchmen ana Patrol Service 4" Type Inveitlgatlon—H llouri Daily Phone J161 814 LIBERTY TBD81 CLASSES mad* or repaired. 30 yean experience. Thomas Hubbt. Optician. 53 N Centre. Phone 1018-w. 43—Piano Tuning Piano Tuning and Repairing Laurence Griffith Phone S441 ROBERT W. MOREIAND. Muttr Cr*fU- man ol American Society ot 466?-J Placo Technician!. Phone ' 46— Radios, Service RADIO HOSPITAL — SALES SERVICE PICKOP. DELIVERS 11 N. QEOROB ST. PHONE 282 ~ GENERAL RADIO SERVICK KEPAm ANY MAKE. PTCKur. CELJVEnV 815 PATTERSON A VS. PHONE 5675, 47—Real Estate for Sole 7 room frarm: dwelling, bath, Kidgclcy. $400 down, balance as rent.. 6 room semi-brick bungalow. Knoblej Bt., Kidsoley. Purnaca and bath. Large lot. Possession In few days. 1 room concrete block, furnace and bath. Garage In basement. ' Near Short Gap.! Vacant. $4200. I 16 room frame dwelling, Wiley 1 TTurnace. large lot. Possession 15 days., •flSOO. _ s 2 bouses, brick and frame,' Port "Ashby. Lots on Bedford and Frederick SU. 'c. A. JEWELL, Realtor y w. Va. . Phone 1549 47—Real Estate for Sale 4 & 8 BOOM house. Furnace, city water, bath, full concrete basement, 3 acres land. 3 years old. Olonn W. Hott, Hazcn Rood. Lake Gordon. 48—Roofing, Spouting NEW ROOPlfJO. OUTTKltS. CONDUCTORS Metal Work nil types. Roof Painting a }tt, Erp. ALEX SCHUTB, C»U 225K SO—Upholstering Recovering & Spring Repair CbsrlM E. Brode. S55 Greene SI Phone 885 UPHOLSTERING. SPRINGS, Furniture Repairs. Truc!e-Auto and Kitchen chairs recovered. Cushions refilled. GEORGE BRAGG. PHONE 6045-J. Display Classified FRESH FRUITS &VEGETABLES Dependable QucMti at Low Prices! HAGER'S SUPER FRUIT MARKET At Lover 1 ! Leap REPAIRING • CPBOLSTERINO Furniture Wnric Guarantees ii'j. 131 Frederic* St. Phone 1868-W 40TO & COMMERCIAL UFBOLSTERmG Furniture Recovered, Madfm Plasiio Ceo, S. Warner. 1333 V» Av«. Ph. 3<S8-SJ UPHOLSTERING John Troxell 3!5 N Centre «51o-J Display Classified Persona! Says: '"Yes!" $30 For 30 Days TOTAL COST 90c Personal Finance Co. Phon. 721 201 Liberty Ir«M ADMINISTBATEIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Cuurt of Allegany County. Mtryland, letters of Administration on the estate of (Catherine M. O'Neil. late o( AllCEanjr County. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against Use deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, witb the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 22nd day of July, 1952. They may otherwise by law be "excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing tnem- s«lves indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 22nd day of • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS BOWLING GREEN—New 4 Room Brick j Semi-Bungalow. Spaca lor 'i rooms in • attic. Insulated. Weatrwrstripping, Gas j Furnace. Corner lot. Oarage in Base- j mcnt. 88,230. Phone -I313-J. | • WKSTEnNPORT, Green St., Green's Ad- ] dltlon. corner lot; 7 rooms and 1 bath, full j basement, wnrm-alr gas (ircd furnnce. | modern kitchen. Ait excellent value. 56500.1 WESTERNPORT. Main St., Extended. 7 looms, bath, garage;. leveJ lot 50x125. Price $5000. ONE MILE FROM WESTERNPOUT on McCoole Road, an ideal' location consisting ol 3 acres with moderri and well constructed home; 6 rooms, bath, full base-' mcnt: warm air. gas-fired furnace; double garage; poultry bou.se and stable; • as- ! sorted fruit trees. ' All essentials' for the | gentleman farmer. Price S9500. PIEDMONT, double hpuse. 6 rooms, bath, each side. Convenient location. This j wjll pay I27'» on investment. Price .SGOOO:i KEYSER, F Street and West. Piedmont] St., investment properly containlnc 2 • ipartmcnta. both having front and rear' entrances. 4 rooms, bath, utility room, basement, down; 3 rooms and bath, up. Price SflOOO. McMBLLEN HIGHWAY. 4Vz miles from j McCooJc. 6 room fraroe. semi-bungalow,' one acre ground: oak floors, electric and. natural gas, drilled well. Nice place. J5750. : MAYBDRY^POLAND REALTY AGENCY , Real Estate Brokers Phone Piedmont 6011 WEST BIDE, Central location, Brick with 12 rooms, now renting in small apart- .ments. completely modern, 8 rooms completely furnished included, property In excellent condition, good income and home confblned, offered due to locating out of city, Immediate possession. Phone 4142. FIVE ROOM brick, bath. Like new. Full basement. Gas furnace. Aluminum Storm Windows. Insulation. Bowling Green. Phono 5079-J. TAKE OVER 80D ASHBROOK AVENUE Off Holland- Street, Extended, pew brick -bungalow, 2 years old. Built up roof, finished, attic and Insulated. Contains larse living room with .fire place, dining mom. modern equipped kitchen, bath with nhower. two good size bed rooms, hard \ wood floors. Hot air heat, coal fired lur- j nncc with automatic cuntrols. Full con-! erete basement with garage. Assume G. 1. j Mortgage. Payable $3,500.00 cnsh and | $70.30 Monthly. No stepj to, climb. Thim: i what everything on ono floor • means to! you. Possession In 30 days. Lot 50x150.1 JI15 OLDTOWN ROAD. 2 story, frame '. •with 'brick sldlnfr, composition roof, 0 • room dwelling. First floor has larRo kit- , ehrn. dlnlm; room and llvini? room. Sec- j end floor, large hall, IB re* good iiM hsS j rooms wilh bath. Concrete basement, hand i tired furnace with lint air heat rrglstcr In each room. Lot 112 x 212 — Alley on : side. This property is In good stato of re- ; pair. Will qualify for G. I. Loan. I SUBURBAN JtOMF— AT POTOMAC PARK Attractive two story, elaht rnnm dwi:ll- InK. In snnil .state of repair. All nindnrn i city conveniences. Can he u^ed as dwell- ' ini: or 2 four room apartrnrnVs. Hot nlr bent, gas furnace. Full bnscment with , garaKe. L,nl 80X120. It won't cost you 8 dime In Inspect this attractive home. Triced $7.ftOO.UO tor immediate sale. Venetian Blind" Laundry Cleaning - Repairing John E. Sharp & Co. 401 N. Mechanic St. Phona 6177 SPECIAL BUYS SPECIAL GUYS L BERNSTEIN 152 UNION ST. /Veil? and Used, Bedroom Furniture Diningroom Furniture Living room Furniture Kitchen Furniture Gas Ranges Electric Refrigerators EASY CREDIT! ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "Voi/f Friendly Ford Deafer" 5, George St. Cumberland Phono 580 OAHS 50 Buick Super 4 Dr. RH & Dyn. 50 Chevrolet FL 4 Dr. Equipped 50 Srude Champ Storlite Cp. RH & OD 49 Chevrolet FL 2 Dr. R H 49 Buick Super 4 Dr. R & H 49 Plymouth Clb. Cpe. RH, WW Tires 48 Buick RM 2 Dr. Sedanet R & H 48 Buick Spec. Sdnt. RH, W\V Tires 48 Pontiac "8" 4 Dr. RH & Hyd. 48 Pontiac "6" Conv. R & H 48 Ford Convertible. 48 Chevrolet FL -2 Dr. R & H 48 Chevrolet FM 4 Dr. R & H 48 Plymouth 4 Dr. R & H 47 Oidsrnobile "76" Sdnt. RH'& Hyd. Ford 2 Dr. R & H 47 Pontiac "6" Sdnt. RH. WW Tires 47 Chevrolet 2-Tone 2 Dr. R & H 46 Pontiac Business Coupe, R & H 46 Pontioc 4 Dr. R & H 42 Chevrolet 2 Dr. H & Defrdster 42 Pontioc 4. Dr. New Motor 42 Plymouth Bus.'Cpe. RH, Like New 42 Buick Special 4 Dr. R & H 41 Cadillac 4 Dr. R & H 41 Chevrolet S. Dlx 4 Dr. R & H 41 Chevrolet Club Coupe, Equipped 41 Chevrolet Business Coupe, R & H] 41 Plymouth 4 Or. H S, Defroster j 41 Oldsmobile "6" Clb. Cpe. Like New 40 Chrysler Conv. R & H. New Top HU v.nerruiei a. VIA t vr. R & H 40 Plymouth Dlx. 2 Dr. H & Defroster 40 Dodge 4 Dr. Original Black finish 39 Pontiac 4 Dr. R & H 39 Dodge 4 Dr. H & Defroster y. Ford 4 Dr. Heater 37 Plymouth Coupe 36 Chevrolet 2 Dr. 36 Ford Coupe 30 Ford Model "A" January, J952. MARY DL PELTEN, Administratrix. 150 Polk St., Cumberland, Md. Adv.—T-Jan. 24-31-Fsb. 1-14 EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. Thai the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of AUegany County, MaryJand, letters Testamentary on ths estate ol John James Doran late of Allegany County. Maryland-, deceased. AU persons having claims agninst the deceased are herebj warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 5th day of August, 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. A1J persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to snake immediate payment. Given under my hand this 6th day oi February, 1952, Mrs. Irene Horton, Executrix, Prostburg. Md. Adv. T—Feb. 7-14-21-28. Law Offices of James Alfred Avirett* OJIDKR OF PUBLICATION" Stella Catherine Zimmerly vs. Winfleld Scott Zimmerly. No. 32536 Equity, in the Circuit Court for Allegany County, Maryland. The object n; this suit is to obtain a divorce A VINCULO MATRIMONII between Stella Catherine Zimmerly and Winfield Scott Zimmerly, and to' obtain the custody of the Plaintiff's minor son. The Bill recites that the parties were married on February 28, 1930. in the City of Cumberland. Maryland; that the Plaintiff has been a resident of Allggany County. Maryland, for more than one year past. and the Defendant is a non-resident; that two children were born as a result of this marriage; and that the Defendant, without just cause or reason; deserted and abandoned the Plaintiff on or about March 15, 1950. and that snid desertion and abandonment has continued uninterruptedly lor more than eighteen (18) -months, Is deliberate and final and beyond any reasonable hope or expectation of reconciliation. IT IS THEREUPON, this 30th day of January, 1952, by the Circuit Court for Allejany County, Maryland, sitting In Equity, ordered that the Plaintiff, by causing a copy of this Order to be published in some daily newspaper in Alle- cany county. Maryland, once a week for four 14) successive weeks before the 3rd day of March, 1952, giving notice to said absent Defendant of the objective and substance of this suit and warning him to-be and appear In this Court, in person or by solicitor, on or before the 20th day J of March, 1952, and show cause, if any 1 — Obituary — 'Fort Hill Student ! Adds A's To Record (Continued from Page 13) j Charles H. Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Hunter; OAKLAND—Services for Charles Gumm, She was the widow* of Jacob j H. Shaffer, 77, wjio died Sunday at Bush. | his home in Washington, were held She is survived by a son, Howard i toda y at S. John's Lutheran Church, Bush, city; four daughters. Mrs.i Red House, with Rev. Donald" Gal- Thelma Hahm, New York City; Mrs.I Uon _°«i«atmg._ Interment was in Virginia Roland, city; Miss Mildred Mrs. Robert Bailey . 1 Miss Martha .Phillips, senlor-.it ROMNEY, W. Va.r-Services for] Port Hill High School and daughter , the H °" se Cemetery. Mrs,, Nancy Curtis Dailey, 51, wife of Dr. Robert W. Dailey, of Romney, who died Saturday at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland, where she had been a patient for two weeks, were held at the home Monday. ' Bush and Mrs Wanda Mellon both i * sori ot liie Jat « Benjamin F. and j U-Comraander Allen Jones, of the of Cumberland; and a iister. Mrs.'** 11 iwilt > Shaffer, he was born j Navy at Bainbridge, Md., former Florence Smith, Oldtown Road. ;in Garre tt County April 23, 1874.: pastor of the Romney Presbyterian :He was retired judge on the Court' Church, officiated. Interment was 'of the U. S. Patent Of-! in the Indian Mount Cemetery. i Pallbearers were Joseph A. Pan He is survived by his widow, Mrs. j cake _ stanlcv R. Harris,-Paul C. Dorothy (Fox) _ Shaffer, two_ sons,; M ni es on, Robert Ewers, Man-in Williams, and Paul C. Hanni.son. • Mrs. Dailey was born in Utica, Miss., a daughter of Mrs. Thomas O. Curtis and the late Mr. Curtis. An instructor in the School for the olic Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Benjamin F. Harden [Charles H. Shaffer, Jr., and Thorn- Benjamin F. garden, 80, of 130 j as N. Shaffer; two daughters, Mrs. Frederick Street, died yesterday 'p. Harris, and Mrs. F. C. Simmons, afternoon in Allegany Hospital. lall of Washington; and two bro- A native of Gilpentown, he was i thers, John A. Sheffer and Frank born October 14, 1871, a son of the) Shaffer, both of Red House. late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Harden, j Mrs. Edna F. High Surviving are three sons, John F. j HAMPSHIRE, W. Va. — Services Harden, Twiggtown; Harold "B.Ifor Mrs. Edna Frances High. 59. Harden, this city; and Walter R. jof Hampshire, who died yesterday of Mrs. Louise Riley, 507 Louisiana Avenue, recently scholarship record extended hei of all A's .tc three consecutive semesters. The honor roll student completed her senior first semester work with A's in English, Latin, physics trigonometry, problems -of democracy, and Journalism. Miss Phillips is a member of the news and editorial staffs of the Sentinel, school paper; and a member of the coordinating council of the Junior Town Meeting Association. She is also serving as student director of the monitors club. elated. Interment was in Geiser Cemetery, Allegany Front. Deaf at Baton Rouge, La., she con- i Bora in Greenland, W. Va., Octo- tinued teaching until her marriage i bcr 3 - 18 - 72 - she was a daughter of to .Dr. Dailey in 1323. She taught | the late C Q ™eUus E. and Hannah for a brief period at the West Vir-i <Kimble) Iman. Her husband was Harden, Corriganville; three daughters, Mrs. Lena Divelbiss, Stratton, at her home, will be held tomorrow j at 2 p. m. at the Assembly of God; ginia School for the Deaf Romney. _„,,.-, , __ — „ •»-. — ---,--, — -—r.,—.—, . Ohio; Mrs. Mary Friend and Mrs. Church, westernport. with Rev. E. uy Price, both this city; and W. Weirord, plstor. officiating. Inone sister, Mrs. Molly McCoy,' terment will be in Queens Point C ity. • I Cemetery, Keyser. The body will The body will remain at stein's j remain at the Boal Funeral Home, Chapel until Saturday when a ' re-i Westernport. until tomorrow at 11 quiem mass will be celebrated at 9j a - m a. m. m Catholic Church and burial will be in Eckhart Cemetery. Mrs. Clara Vocke in i the late John William Hanlin, who | died several years ago. r . i Mrs. Hanlin was a member of .the P.J i Mt.. Storm Presbyterian Church.••<.• She is survived by three sons;,H. Elmer, and Walter B., Mt. Storm; Dailey, a medical technician at Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia; a, son, Robert W. Dailey Jr., a student. | and Thomas J. Hanlin, Huntington. at West Virginia University, Mor-i w - Va -: u '° brothers, Henry ,;M. gantown; her mother, Mrs. T. O.| Iman ' Mt - Storm; and Frank $Us- Curtis. Utica. Miss- four sisters | se11 Iman. Youngstown, Ohio;-and S3. Peter and Paul's I g* r £*™'™ r L " d ^ Mr.s. H. L. Bullock, Florence,'MissJ several grandchildren, iiirr-h anrt hm-ial will he I KHiYisER.—Mis. Cora Allen Lua-,,,_. T TT -,_,„__ . „ _ _ „, . „ „ , he has, why the relief prayed 1 herein should not be granted as prayed. JOSEPH E. BODEN. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Aliegany County, Maryland True copy: Test: Joseph E. Boden. Clerk. _ Adv.— T— Jan. -31 — Fcb.-7-1 4-21 Display Classified 322 S. CENTRE PHONE 6464 COUNT!!Y HOTEL AND KARM LAND LOCATED ON ROUTE NO. 40. about 1! mllos <M\:.t ol Cumwrland. Two story, brick building, known ax the Plmtstonp HnU'l. Cnnlnlns n total nT 18 rnonu. subdivided Into 3 and 4 loom apartments. Hot nit hrnl In 2 four room npnrtmcnts. Electric. Prlvair water supply reservoir, plus arte- alnn wrlls nnrl nil nrressary oulbuildlnas 115 »rrcs of KOfifl farm antl timber land. Ahout 220 left ot Irvcl Rround taslnu Route No. 40, Cnn h' utlllrcri for mofl.<. sns ji.ttloti .and restaurant, which .is now badly neriled. For roittpirTc Infnrinr.tinn anri -nppodiV- rirnf to lasprct any nf the properties Jiilt'd nhorr, )iu! cali 1180 CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE prcond l-'loor Phone 1180 Corner Baltimore * South Liberty streets MARYLAND AVE.—6 room hrlek. 2 baths. ; furnace. In excellent, repair. SSoOO. Opic Annnii ^BM. ' I~"ROO"M HOUSE, water, electric: nlio 4 niid 3 room upartmrnts. redecoratrrl: | p"ll. rent or trade fnr (arm. Charl'::^ i . Heuvner, Wiley Ford. W. Vn. ' ~1 CAN SELL V OUR PROPERTV | LARGE Grade "A" country guaranteed fresh. 3 dor. S1.39 dozen Honey Brand Picnics, Ready IP Eat Bacon Bacon Squares Minced Ham slic ° d 3 "»• 81.00 4 lb < Sl.OO 3 ""• Sl.OO lb - 55c .......... 2 »»• Sl.OO lb 59c .......... 2 lbi - Sl.OO Wieners Sma " Sk €hops Salt Fish l «*« H «" :n « - Ib - 50c "" Sl.OO 5 lb '-S1.00 3 b $1.00 4<»>-S1.00 ISrains Frpjh Pure .Lard Sauerkraut HOIT Pillsbury and Goldmcdal 2»»-25e •-25 lb - ^ S2.09 McDADE'S MAIIKETS 11 N. Front St. 316 Baltimore Ave. OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAYS New Maytag $129,95 Cumberland Maytag 31-35 N. Mechonic St. Phone 2672 -ALES HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 S. Mechanic St. Phone 13 $50 Cash for 30 Days Total Cost $1.50 Stop in or Phonol Aetna Finance Co. 1 N. LIBERTY ST. — FHONE 5293 WANTED TO BUY 50 Pre-War Gars! We Pay Top Dollar GULICK'S PHONE 1444 305-325 S. CENTRE GUARANTEED BOTTLED GAS SERVICE BrlHg your applUncn and heating problems to us. Our factory trained sfrrvjc* men give you quick* efficient service. FISHER Gas & Appliances 5 Harrtion St. Phone 4428 wick, 68, died.this morning at her; Mrs. J. H. McKneely, Mrs. T. D. here, 24 Newton Street. She i *° dl :i g ™' f an ^ Miss Marie CurUs had been ill for a short time. > a11 ol Baton Rouse ' La ' : and three , . I 11C1.U UCC11 ill LUJ. O. &Ll'JL\J LlmU. . I, _, ,_. _. Mrs. Clara (Seaman) Vocke. 77, Born in Mineral Count he was ; brothers, T. O Curtis. N. E. Curtis, . j _ i. T i - n-.-i. «1---- J PTTrl T.* rp rSnTic- nil **f TTf: died at her home in Canton, Ohio, February 10. Her husband, George A. (Walker) Vocke, a former resident of Cumberland, died in Canton January 9. A high requiem mass was held-in at home; and a sister, Miss Otieilocal hospital, , after an extended Canton yesterday. Mrs. Vocke is survived by a daughter! Mrs. Bernard Rafferty, Canton; and a grandson. A brother-in-law, Prank J. Vocke, resides in Cumberland. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Allegany County. Maryland. letters of Administration on the at James R. Van Pelt late ot Alleirnny County. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same., with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, tc the subscriber on or before the 22nd day of July, 1952. They may otherwise by law bo excluded from all benefit, of the said estate. All persons knowin; themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 22nd of January, 1952. HAROLD V. VAN PELT. day Administrator, Route No. 3. Kcyscr, w. Va. Adv.—T-Jan. 24-31-Fcb. 7-14 the daughter of the late Edward and Prances (Dooling) Ludwick. She is survived by her husband. Wilbur Ludwick, two daughters, and E. T. Curtis, all of Utica. Mrs. Winifred Kelly Charles G. Pape PROSTBURG — Services W Charles G. Pape, 32, of Eckhart who died Tuesday at Memorial gqs- pital, Cumberland, will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. in. at the home CLARKSBURG. W. Va.—A high' of his brother, Clifton Pape, Eck- requiem mass for Mrs. Winifred! nart - Interment will be • in St. Misses Prances and Alice Ludwick, Kelly, 82, who died Monday in, a j Michael's Cemetery. James F. Mclnlosh Ludwick, Hartmansville, W. Va. j illness, was held yesterday at thej Services for James F. Mclntosh, Services will be held Sunday at j church of the Immaculate Con- 35. O f 124 South Mechanic Street,' 2 p. m. at the Hartmansville Meth- j ception. Rev. John J. O'Brien, pas- who ^^ Tuesday at Allegany Hos- odist Church. Interment will be in tor, officiated. Interment was in|pit a ] i w jn be he'ld tomorrow at 2 the Hartmansville Cemetery. the Holy Cross Cemetery. I p m ' at t he George Funeral Home John E. Bcckwith Pallbearers were Joseph Dropple-! ^th R e v. Norman O. Scribner, pas- KEYSER—John E. Beckwilh, 83, man. John Mc&.ry. John P.'Ward, tor of Centre Street Methgdjst a former resident'of Keyser, diedlC. R. Dolan, Joseph Bradford, and! church, officiating. Interment will Monday at the Newton D. Baker VAi Samuel Columbo. ' || Center, Martinsburg, W. Va., where! Mrs. Kelly was born May 17, 1869j he had been a patient for several | in County years. A veteran of World War I, he was born in Hardy County, W. Va. He worked as a stonemason for many years in Keyser. The body will be brought to the j be in Hillci'est Burial Park. Ireland, a | Harper Services Theodore Langan. Her husband, Edward Keily, died ir 1940. She is survived by three sons, John C. Kelly, Cumberland; Thomas and Edward Kelly, both Baltimore; jS. Harper, 22, son of Mr, and Mrs. ;S. M. Harper, Fort Ashby, W. Va., ; who was killed October 20 in Korea, were held yesterday morning^t Kight's Funeral Home. Rev. O. ( At- I ton Linger, pastor of First Baptist Markwood Funeral Home, here, to-1 a son Joseph Kelly, formerly ofl r .,,. ._,„!,„,„,._,, ._.,; : ',,, ,__ ,__,j r'llrnV.OT-tnv.rl rlin^ ;„ 1 nin Al™ ..,., <--UlUUl, U*. JOldl/CU. morrow, where services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. Rev. Joseph T. Tisdale, Janes Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Thorn Rose Cemetery. Cumberland, died in 1930. Also surviving are two Robert Paulson. daughters, Baltimore; Mrs. and Sister Mary Lucia of the Sisters of Fort Ashby Post 6667. Veterans of Foreign Wars, accorded full i military honors at Cherry Hill Cem- WISHING WELL ~~"" ""'' 7""" «, V, letery. Upper Tract. W. Va. Fartici- •;St. Joseph, Wheeling, W. Va.; ai .. „ , »v. j i sister. Mrs. John BoddUifftoiv. New- !>? tin * *«* C" 1 Abe - commander: ; ark, N.J.; seven grandchildren,-rt! Marsha11 Kcnne y- ^^ .Sffi* jflve great grandchildren. Patterson Services Sevier, chaplain. Colorbearers were O'Dell Pyles 'and B. D. Kimmel. In -the color Registered U. S. Patent Office. 2 B 5 I 4 R 6 R 6 R 3 R 6 N 8 Y 4 A 8 L '» T 3 O 4 R ' 5 E 3 S 7 P ;s R ;> T 7 O 2 A R 6 A 3 C t F 4 S 5 R 8 P 2 E 4 S 6 E 5 E •J P 2 P 5 Y 4 S 7 A •2. G 4 Y / T 4 R 6 M 3 S 5 A R U 6 M 5 P 3 G S E 6 C 2 r / R E 6 Y 8- T 2 T .) R S O 4 R « O 2 E 5 A 4 I S K 3 E 5 L i I K F tt O (j A 2 R 5 S S. R 2 S 3 R 4 P 3 E 4 E 4 T .i U b O V T 2 L 8 A 3 S 6 M 7 O 5 N 4 U 8 Y i U 6 E | MOSCOW— Services for Charles! guard were Paul Malcolm and Ray|C. Patterson, 86, who died Saturday, jmond Barnes, and bugler was Henry | were held Tuesday at the resi- i Brown. Firing squad was made tip jdence with Rev. Wendell Allen, pas- j of Jack Welch, Wayne Wolford, Ori tor of Barton Methodist Church. ; V il Helmlck, Arthur Siple, Lawrence | and Rev. Norman O. Scribner, pas- , Wagner, Claude Wagner, Robert Al- jtor of Centra Street Methodist i kire and Kenneth Miller.. Church, Cumberland, officiating, j Pallbearers were Cecil Hershbdfg- ^ Interment was in the Laurel Ccme-jer, Conda Bennett, Floyd Wagner, jteryherc, j Raymond Wagner, James Kesner Active pallbearers were Lester an d Raymond Adams. Andrews, Benjamin Hyde, Emmeltc jBrannan, Walter Shaw. John Shaw, j Harry Shaw. Honorary pallbcnrcrs were William Hyde Jr., and Harry Mcese. Mrs. Rhotla V. Hanlin Jones Services PIEDMONT, W. Va. — Services for Wanzoll R, Jones, 39, of' 18 Murphy Street, -who died Sunday in Newton D. Baker VA Center, MartinsburR, were held yesterday MT. STORM. W, Va. — Services .afternoon in Waldcn Methodist wore hold yestf-rday for Mr.-. Rhnda | church. Rev. Joseph T. Tisdale, Viola Hanlin, 79, who riled Sunday: paslor> officiated, assisted by Rev. H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. H is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. It 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- jal. the Andrew S. Roiv.in Memorial William R. Berry, pastor of Erin tangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read, the message the letters under the checked figures give you. 7opyrlsht, 1552. by William J. Miller. Diitrlbulcd by Kioj r«»turcs, lnc.2-H TheyH Do It Every Time Sweet spri.iits. W. Va., at street Baptist Church, and Rev. | thn Mt. Storm Prnsbytrrian Church. Mclvin Washington. jRcv. W. E. Wiicle. pa.slo.- of Metho- Stewart Memorial Post 141, Pied,dist Church. Cormiinia. W.Va, am-j niont, ad Washington-Smith Post ~ ~ — |j 152, American LeRion, Keyser, JSy Iininiy HatlO jl accorded full military rites at th> OPIE ANNAN PHONE 36G9 IT'S THE NEWEST OF NEW FOR - '52 ~RFT/ YEARS OF LO/AL. ,— SERVICE AtiP DEVOTION TO >v THIS CLUB IM WHICH HE MEVER ] SHIRKED A SIM6LE XSSISNMENti j I'M SURE YOU WILL BE 6LAO / TO KNOW VOUf? BOARP OF } PIRECTORS MS MADE GOQP 1 OLD JOE W!LL!h/6HORSE A LIFE MEMBER! ^^g $$ WAT A I X) VVOSl'T H4VE\ . ,4iJy c r/oJ-m- FOK TO\ TO NEXT IS-IF ME HOLDS OUT TIL!. rJcXT, MOMTH/ m; m REALLY GOT SOME GUYS OrJ TWE BOA&O-LOOKS'TO ME LIKE THEY'D M.4VE DOME BETTER TO BUY JOE A HARP A^ A PAIR OF r'JFV SIX TERMS AS', TH^EE TIMES PRESIDENT- MMOTHEX MWITUMTIL. ( GABRIEL IS TUrJlKe UP )-}Q i THE TRUMPET BEFORE Trie/ti'- FltfALLYPAYOFp! £" IT'S WHAT I 'ALWAYS SAY ABOUT THisouB-rreETS TODOlMG FIFTY BT> YEARS TOO LATE- ^ Rose Cemetery, m Modern Homes 6nR CITY VIEW TERRACE: Six room modern fr«mr-lnsclbrlc dwelling with b.ith. warm .ilr hnat, KM firc<i fainuoc. two flnlshrd hsscmi-nt rooms, with lavatory, fninniodc nncl shower. A good buy nt'sfijCfl. POTOMAC PARK. Modi-Til (ivr rnnm friin-o srini-biniK:>lo»- with cJi'aai-. li.i'.h. piped warm nir h'iit. mnflrrrj k:ii'iicn. (*„ r.lcr !rvf! lols.' Imnirrllntr pnfsp;,- sion. Reasonably priced at ST.500. HOWARD M. SPTKKR Ke^-ltor-rn sura nee 30 south centre Strcc!. Phone S576 J~ROOM HOUSE, ^ardwond fionr.". !lir- nai-c Suitable two aii.irrincr.tr:. C.. I down pavmi-nt S'.MO^J-'hof.c (i27.i. TD~AL builflinB lots. Mihurbiin MraMnn. bus service. NTiAcaclom ro;id. 10 n\liuuc-> from city. Phnnf SS-J \Real Estate Bought and Sold Floyd P. Grace Phone 86S-J-4 LOTS. VOCKE DEIVT;. S0il25. 3 at SWO. 3 at S250. PHONE 3677. ~f RtKJM BRICK residence: txccllent 2 apartment possibilities: double KaraRc. attntctlvc yard. Apply 824 Shriver Ave. "Tl"vyB ~UV. Y - POLAND REALTY AOENC1 REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT 6011. LISTINGS WANTED! On Homes ar.d Income Properties Hiivr. Buyers! Lamms' •%• Trirtvr 2R N. Liberty Phone 3270 DOtifilj! HOUSE ..... fi noms i-:i,-;i .v.cjr. North Cmbi-rl.inri. Nrn- Rrieh S.dir.5 % iH\ g /O 2-iy* tO~ tropic insi Kivrt rF.A-n:n»^ :;v\-mr,m:. l^.-, WHI l> Itic.nrr. RV.^T:ft\KD. - A.LSO~TMEy ONLY GIVE DlNS/ERS TO GD/S WHO COMT MEED A FREE ME4L- . .hlXAfJ&d TIP OF THE hlATLQ HAT TO L(JCYf>.MASOtl. 3IO8 DEVONSHIRE. KO, ci-EVELAMrj , y o//o full crave in Thorn Keyser. Pallbearers were Joseph Wilson, Samuel Washington. Alfred Mason. Lester Clifford, Henry Gates and Ervln Clifford, J rank C. Rutlcr GREAT CACAPON, W. Va, — Prank C. Butler, 73, retired fanner, died yesterday morning at his home here following an illness of four years. He had been seriously ill the past week. A native or Harrisonburg, Va., he was born January M, 1879, a son of the late Steward and Rose (Casler) Buller. He married the former MJss ; Ethel Sypolt December 25, 1905. • • Besides his widow, he is survived by five daughters. Mrs. Norman McManus, at, home; Mrs. Howard Kline, Hyattsville, Md.; Mrs. Fred Harrington, Arlington, Va.; Mrs. Carl Halm, Washington, D. C.; and j iMrs. James Sindledecker, Fairmont; one son, Frank C. Butler. Jr., Cumberland; and 31 grandchildren.'' . A funeral service will be held Saturday at, 2 p.m. from Iho Parks Funeral Chapel, Berkeley Springs. Rc-v. Maurice Dctry, pastor of Great Cacapon F.vanaelical United Brethren Cliiin.-h, will officiate, and jn- trrmnit. will be in Greemvay Cemelerv. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE NEW LOW PRICES NEW "TRI-LOK" CHASSIS NEW COMPENSATED- ELECTRON BEAM FOCUS NEW "FIDELITONE" SOUND ADAPTED TO V. H. F. AND COLOR ^ 17" SCREEN k- INCIUDING FEDESAt TAX SEE OUR D1SPIAY ON THE COAXIAL CABtE At the SOUTH END MARKET "Jackson Dealer" 408 VIRGINIA AVE. TESMS GREEN ST. — T ROOM URICK Bath. Fiirtt.ifo. F.xtm L.M. $8500. " 15% DOWN ... 18 MONTHS TO PAY "EXCIUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR" ONE YEAR WARRANTY 110 FREDERICK ST. "o;.trrowx - ;<« ACHK FARM \' t & Service PHONE 6213-W OH, use YOUR OWN JLJD6MEMT ABOUT THAT \TS FOR YOU TO PECIDEJ OWOOH.' 1 WISH I'D NEVER THAT-- ALLOWIM' A KID TO EVEM THISJK. FOR Hl.V.SELF- ANYTHING: Yb.' I CA^NSOT SOT SURMISE Yf <ZAY Ag£ YOO JESTlMG WHENi YOU Off=eK.<( DESCErJDArOTOF "" --;4s BILL siK£> o FOE: BUT Tt-L JOlM IM THE JOLLY SPIRIT OP TH OCCASION! -—you MAY "\ WE Te-\£ WES!~:iT FOR ) 90O ~~ I'M ADDING s lOO TO ^ AW cH-MEH'f I/—' VOD'D STEAL Yi tHE PATCHE'^-^-rMAT'S'. \ OPF A

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