Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 28, 1957 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
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TWELVE West Virginia Income Up CHARLESTON, W. Va. i^-The Chamber Mr. and Mrs. Ern- Kroslburg. a son ial Hospital. BRUMMAGK esl, RD I, this morning in pita!. CHOSTEN-Mr. and Mrs. Char- 1 Ics, RD 1. Allegany Grove, 'jportcd that per capita personal income for West Virginians for the Virginians 1956 calendar year was at an all- I MI' S .' d ,f oll ili"ic high, but was still 29 per Miners lios- ( below , he na j ional | evel I The chamber said Hie per capi ita income was 51,376. This EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Oh it r tj (Continued from Page 11) William E. Kellar COUimAND, Ohio-William E. Kellar, C9, lormerly of Tun- nelion, W. Va., died Saturday at his home here. lie had been in ill health five years, A native of Grantsvillc, Md., lie was born February 7, 1888 a son of the late Lemon K. and Mr. and Mrs. E.. Ridgelcy, a son this morning in Memorial. DuVALL— Mr. and Mrs. Claude, RD 2. Flinlslonc. a daughter yesterday in Memorial. SKK- Evcn so. the chamber noted, the'to Courtlaiid about eight months per capita income was $559 lower than the national level of $1.935. don, 23, Mi. Savage, who died Sunday In Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. r.i. at (he George Funeral Home. Rev. Robert M. Campbell, pastor of Piedmont Presbyterian Church, will officiate and interment will be in the Methodist Cemetery at Mt. Savage. Waller E. Baglcy BEDFORD — Walter Edward Bagley, 64. died Sunday at his widow of Silas L. King. Mrs. King was a charter member ol Woodrow Christian Church. Also surviving besides her nep ,„„,,„„ hew are four grandchildren and K un eral five great-grandchildren. ago. He was a member of the home here following an illness Methodist Ctmrch. of several years. land Railway. He was a member of the 'Knights of Pythias and a member of the Matthew Robb Bible Class of Grace Baptist Church. v ' He is survived by a son, Harry a daughter of the late David ahd,\v. Reynolds cilv- a danchtpr i Martha (HeUO Kidwell and the c IKS' Rn^ ±" S TJ' grandchildren and Kuueral services will be con- dueled tomorrow at 2 p. m. <EDT) at Woodrow Christian city; six great- grandchildren. Services will be conducted lo- morrow at 4 at the Stein! Everett] W. Culp, pastor of First Methodist Church. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemelery. Church by Rev. J. 0. Patterson, The Arctic lem. traveling 22,- rtlired minister. Burial will be oflO m ;i es in a year, has the in the church cemetery. The body is at the liomo of Robert Malcolm near Paw Paw He was a son of tlie late Jamos Ohio led the state's 55 counties His first wife, Elizabeth (Grace) a son last nigM in Memorial. Baglcy, preceded him in death. manuel Methodist Church. Farr and Misses Eva Mae and He is survived by his widow, W. Grove, p?,*lor. Viola (Price) Bagley; officiate and burial longest flight range in migration, The planet Pluto is three fail-' lion. 70 million miles from the Earth. The honeybee moves its wings) *'"{'? w . n . h whic . 11 to ca ' fcod back and forth more than .(^Probably did not become knownjhere; Airs. Anna Mackley. West- times a second. j'' 11 Great Britain until Die 17th.crnport, Md.; Mrs. Virginia. Dare icunlury. The large adductor muscle is; the only edible parl of Ihe seal-] William Penn lived in Ihe firsl I°P' ifcrick house in America. CUMBERLAND'S DELUXE 4-DAY Tour To NEW YORK CITY Thursday to Sunday June 13-16, July 25-28 Inclusive Rate from Cumberland S 51 .75 Personally Conducted Your chance to join a LOCAL GROUP seeing all the slgbls of fabulous New York City—Crossroads of the World! You'll travel in reserved seat coach on BiO's Strata- Dome COLUMBIAN train, leaving Cumberland 6.02 AM, DST on Thursday. Three nights' lodging at the Victoria Hotei. Complete sightseeing tour of the city by bus with guide-lecturer. Visit NBC Television and Radio Studios. You'll see a stage show al famous Radio City Music Hall; complete (our of the United Nations Building; delightful three-hour boat cruise around Manhattan Island; visit famed Broadway at night, and dozens of other world-renowned attractions along the Great White Way. Reluming you arrive Cumberland 8:40 DST, Sunday. Our own tour conductor, "Matt" W. Grove, assures a carefree trip for the entire four days. Every necessary expense is included in the four rate with the exception of meals. Make your reservations now as tour membership is based on low group rates. CONLON TRAVEL AGENCY 62 Pending Street Cumberland, Md. Telephone PArkview 4-6776 Grimm, Tunnclton; Mrs, Hazel Mrs. Baltimore, and Faye Hall, Romney, W. Va.; two: sisters. Mrs. John Reams, Tun-' nelion, and Mrs. Maude Ferrell, Warren, Ohio; a brother, Stephen Kellar, of here; 28 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The body is at the Fike-Watson Funeral Home in Terra Alia. Mrs. Gay White MEW CASTLE, Pa.—Services for Mrs. Nellie C. While, 63, wife 'of Gay White, of here, who died ; Sunday in the Vincent Pallotli ^ Hospital, Morganlown, were con! ducted lliis afternoon at the Sang Run, (Md.) Methodisl Church. •Rev. Ralph Jacks officialed and interment was in the Baptist j Cemelery at Sang Run. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Clarence White, Maidsville; three daughters, Mrs. Alice Cumpston. Gar ards Fort, Pa.: Mrs. Virginia Starkey. N'<w Geneva, and Mrs. Mary Rishel, Morgantown; three brothers. Harris Casiell, Mutton, Md.; Charles Casteel, Morgan- jlown. and Alvin Casteel, Oakland, iMd.: eight grandchildren and 11 [great grandchildren. Thrasher Services BALTIMORE—Services will be held at I p. m. here tomorrow for Charles E. Thrasher, 68-year- old general freight claim agent jfor Ihe Baltimore and Ohio Rail- George W. Bagley, Manns Choice, and Harry P. Bagley, Woostcr, o; three daughters, Mrs. Ed- Xenophobia is the word lo describe anyone who hales foreigners. Camp Hill Cemetery near Paw Paw. W. Va. Pallbearers will be Rowland, Fort road. He was a native of Mt Savage. Thrasher died last Thursday after an emergency operation in Quebec. Canada. He was visiting there to preside at a meeting ol a division of (he Association of Fla., and Mrs. John Biladclaux. Johnstown; a step-daughter, Mrs. Jouglas Poor, Bedford; three brothers, Ross Baglcy, Bedford; and Harry and George Baglcy, joth of Washington, and eight sisters, Mrs. Joseph Young, Ken- ucky; Mrs. Judson Wells, Airs. Charles Rose and Mrs. Virgil Weber, all of Cumberland; Mrs? Andrew Scritchfield. Manns Choice; Mrs. Homer Lybarger. Altoona; Mrs." Augustus Karns ar.d Mrs. Jack Weaverling. both of Bedford. He was a member of SI. Thomas Catholic Church and of Bedford Post 7527, Velerans of Foreign Wars. A requiem mass will be cele- braled lomorrow at 3 a. m. at St. Thomas Church by Rev. Edwar McConnell, pastor. Burial will be'] in the parish cemetery. The body is at the Barefool! Funeral Home here. Mrs. Rebecca itardr PARSONS—Mrs. Rebecca .lane Hardy, 77. died suddenly Sunday at the home of her sou. George Hardy. Parsons, «-i(h whom she resided. She was the daughter of the late Daniel and Cindy (Sapp) Hawkins and was born at Mannington. Her husband, George E. Hardy, died in 1956. Besides her son. she is survived by five other sons, Roy A.. Doyle C.. Oscar and Daniel Hardy, all of here, and John H. Hardy, Rainelle; Ihree daughters. Mrs. Lillie Smith. Rainelle; Mrs. Effie Arbogast, George Forge. Pa., and . James, Cecil, Donald, and Thomas Harrison and William Cowgill. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home. Jermlali Reynolds Jermiah II. F. Reynolds. 78. died last night al Allegany County Infirmary. He formerly resided at 139 Hanover Street. A native of liarpers Ferry, W. Va.. he was a son of the late John and Annie (Ott) Reynolds His wife, Anna E. i Rowel Reynolds, preceded him in death. He was a Spanish - American War veteran and was a retired employe of the Western Mary- For Memorial Bay! ARTIFICIAL WREATHS • POTTED PLANTS STORER BROS. Va. Ave. and Second St. OPEN DAILY'TILL 11 P.M. American Railroads which he Irs. Mary J. Hendricks: a sister, 'headed. Thrasher was a veteran of 54 years service with the B. and O. who began his career as an office boy in Cumberland. Surviving are his widow; a son, Charles Thrasher Jr., Baltimore; a sister, Mrs. Laura Mayers, Akron, and an uncle, Elmer Thrasher, Cum- jberland. Gordon Services Services for Emory Lewis Gor- Confidentially Yours! PERSONAL MONEY ORDER You receive the money order with just the amount imprinted. You fill out the rest . . . payee's name, date, your address, your signature. The information is confidential. You retain a registered receipt ... the charge is only 10c per $100 of money order with a minimum charge of 15c. lent of Pleasant Run and was a member of Irons Chapel Evangelical United Brethern Church. Services were conducted fternoon at Irons Chapel by Rev. !. Bland Brady of West Union,j issisled by Rev. William M.' ingcl. pastor. Burial was in Parons Family Ccmelerv at Kerens. Mrs. Emma F'. King ROMNEY—Mrs. Emma Flor- 'nce King. 91. died Sunday in Ar- inglon, Va. She had been residing here with her nephew, Bruce 'ortmess. A native of Slanesville, she was Member Federal Depoiit Iniurance Corporation Is !rs. Lillie Echard. Cumberland; 0 grandchildren and 16 great- [randcciildren. Mrs. Hardy was a former resi- From Watsh-McCagh method of compounding is c v our natticular prescription. KINNEY KAPERS white • mnry • black • peacock blue red • charcoal • pink • light blue Perfect for the beach, backyard cookouts or 2 weeks with play! Completely washable, made with full cushion insole, cushion arch and heel, shoes like these usually cost at least a dollar more. For first choice of colors and sizes, come in or send coupon today! Children's sizes 5 to 12; \2Vi to 3. Navy or red $2.89. KINNETS ASHION FOOTWEAR FOR SMART AMERICA.. ^^.^'^ Name City Zone Stale Check or money order enclosed for $ plus 25( for postage and packing. Hail coupon to.- 119 BALTIMOHE ST. CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY BUY IN DOLLAR LOTS AND SAVE!!! Scott County Fancy CATSUP 6 Btlej. TREND Washing Powder G Large $"• Boxes -•- Alatla Salmon 2 MB $] CANS I Str'bes KOSHER DHL Pickles li.gol S PUBLIC PRIDE Oleo 5 Lib. SI «o,l. 1 etrrv CROCKER CAKE MIX 5 Pkg , s l White, Choc., Yellow v»ith Pan & ffoifing WashingPowders •Ad 'Vel 'Fab LGE ' $1 BXS. JL Solid Pack Tomatoes 7 „„. >i DASH Dog Food uxtd. Tuna 1i£ Tuna ^Bean* a*:;! EY Peas .. 7 ».. C ' 0 'C; Soap 15 .v. •51 $1 $1 $1 $1 KIDNEY 1 TOMATO ft . , «•< SAUCE * * ""' ->1 M ™.CATEUP5 b "$l *|»» Veg. .. 7 -". $1 " ni Butter 4 ™- t °\ $1 STKAWKERXY A 10-cr tt 4 PRESERVES "• to™ ** Hominy 10 ";,:„* $1 VIENNA 1 «« SAUSAGE * """ ** CHOPPED Beef 3 "„"' $1 Butter 2 ";°'$1 FIOUR .. fOSK onu BEANS -3 iJ. c , «* ,on> i;, 0 .™ Corn - 8 <»« $1 xtiNz Catsup 4 tn,. $1 SOFTEE TISSUES 16 APPLE SAUCE Milk PORK o JEANS 8«.« 8 N ,° o ; : . 7 «.«: OlD VA. M V. PRESERVES "• " H 1 '' Beans 8 •3 H*. GREEK HUNT 5 PEACHES' s««« Pickles 3 fonio < a MEATS *3 ' Pears .... 3"° 1OMATO or VCG. SOU? .... io« C WAX* Paper 4 ^ CHASt AMD I SJkNBORM COFFEE to COLORED 1OU1T < O TISSUES * ^- ro Kraut - 6 ";J Spaghetti 10== Oil or mustard Sardines PORK ar ,i BEANS siiAws£say PRESERVES "*• 10 ( Fionn Pies 5 '« S 1 CK,V ,„ 5 ,,r Sw..l Po'toes 5 in Armour' j Lard 5 ± S 1 Po>V end Beans 10 ±1 MEAT DEPTS/ DOiLAR DAY! VEAL STEAKS Ib. CHUCK Roast 3«-*1 lion Pork Chops 2'/2». $ 1 Fr.iS Ground Hamb'g 4 '- J 1 VBQ| tir K»«f Ste'tes 2 "- '1 Bacon Etl(ls 4 Ibs SJ Pork Sausage 3 Ibs $i Ar'our Slic. Bncon 2!i ]h. S t Lean [-orlc Slcaks 1 Ib*. Sj Assl. Lunch Meats 2 Ibs Sj Spiced Luncheon V, Ihs S| Minced Ham j )hs. J| Tenderloin Steak .. Z Ibs Jj Veal Shldr Chops 2!i Ibs. $1 Rump R M5 t .... 2;; Ihs Sj Skinless Franks 2',i Ibs. $1 American Cheese . 2 Ibs S] Lean Pork Roast 2 Ibs Sj Slab Bactin ZlhsSl SIRLOIN Baby Beef Liver 3 Ibs. ci SWIFrs STEAKS PREMIUM „ «j Smoked Sausage 2SJ Ibs. §1 fork Liver 4 Ibs. s [ Pollack Fillets .. < Ibs. §j Bacon Squares .. 3 Ibs. §[ Veal Leg Roast 2!i Ibs. §| FRUITS AND VEGETABLES U. S. No. 1 New Red or White POTATOES 10 lbj GIANT PASCAL CELERY FLA. VALENCIA New Texas Oranges.. 39c ONIONS L ; 23c UBLIC SERVIC OOD MARKET! 2'6 N CEOBCE >T9

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