Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 31, 1957 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 31, 1957
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FOURTEEN Obituary (Continued from Page 131 Interment will be in Hose Hit! Cemetery. tsaoe A. Shccly KBYSEH-lsaae Allen Sheely. 74, a former resident, died this morning in Bcdinglon. A retired employe of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, Mr. Shcely had resided here from 1940 to 195s. He held membership in First Methodist Church here. Surviving are his widow and eight children. The body is at the Kogelschatz- Coffman Funeral Home. Bcding- lon. where services will be conducted Sunday aflernoon. Mrs. Betty Winn Malcalson Mrs. Betty Winn Malcatson. who conducted a business service on North Liberty Street up until about 20 years ago when she moved to Hagerslown, died Wednesday at the National Institute of Health, Bethcsda. She had been in failing health for three years. A daughter of the late Frank and Clara iSpier) Winn, this cily, sne is survived by a son and Ihree grandchildren, two brothers and a' sister, none of whom reside in this area. Her husband, a physician, died many years ago, Known to every one as Betty Winn, she was a graduate of Allegany High School, the University of Virginia and look post-grad uate courses at New York Advanced Traffic School. She became a recognized specialist in motor traffic problems and repre senled some of the larger carriers before the Interstate Commerce Commission. Funeral services will be con- LOW PRICES • SHOP • COMPARE • SAVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., ,FR1DAY, MAY 31, 1957 When Pennies Count.. Count on P-S. COFFEE SALE Family Brand 100% Pure lb. Bag T!P-TOP Vacuum Pack ib. can Maxwell Houte tuiiannt Willtini Choie & Sanborn lb. 99' PUBLIC PRIDE INSTANT COFFEE 4-OZ JAR 69c JERZEE MILK SCANS • PILLSBURY • GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 & *l. GRANTSVILLE LARGE EGGS 2 DOZ PUBLIC PRIDE flfix OLEO &£. 20? CART. FANCY ALASKA SALMON LB. CAN 50c WASHING POWDER TREND 3 Boxes 50c TUXEDO TUNA Can 20c BROKEN SALAD OLIVES Jar 530 SMALL SWEET PICKLES QT. JAR HUNTS 1- FRUIT COCKTAIL «_ 250 VEAL SHOULDER CHOPS lb. JUICY CLUB STEAK nn 39? WILSON'S SLICED BACON Ib. SKINLESS FRANKS I fa. 39c SWIFT'S PREMIUM BREASTS & LEGS • ROCK. READY TO EAT PICNICS lb. 59c ducted lomorrow 2 p. m. al the Rest Haven Funeral Chopel Hogerslown. Mrs. Charles Dcnson Mrs. Celtic Denson, wife ol Charles Denson, 520 Greene Street, died Wednesday at Sacred Heart Hospital shortly after being admillcd. She svas stricken while at a downtown slorc. A native of Piedmont, W. Va., She was a daughter of ihe late Anthony and Martha (Dabrey) Gilmore. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Romaine Franklin, city, and Mrs. Odessa Lee, Lexington, Ky. Services will be conducted to morrow al 1 p. m. at St. Philip's Episcopal C)iurc)i by Rev. licgi- nald B. Stevenson, supply pastor. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. The body is at the Slein Kuner al Home. Shaffer Services BUBNA VISTA. Va. - Joinl funeral services for Preston G and Lillie dlortcr) Shaffer were held Tuesday at Firsl Brethren Church here. Interment was in Grcenmount Cemetery here. -Mr. Shaffer. 81. died May 24 and his wife. 79. died May 25. Survivors include a son, Gra ham D. Shaffer, a former resi dent of Short Gap. Roby Services PETERSBURG—Services (01 -Mrs. Edith C. Roby, 57, who died Monday in New Lexington, Ohio •ill be conducted lomorrow at p. m. at (he Scliaeffer Funera Home here. Rev. R. L. BridgerS, Keyser will officiate and interment" \i-il be in Ihe Lahmansville Cemc tery. Herbert C. Price Herbert Carl Price, 44. hus band of Mrs. Cecelia M. (Har den) Price, Christie Road, die ., Etta ?!' B ,'odnosday in University Hospl- al, Baltimore, A native of Artemas, Pa., he •vas a son of William and 'Lcasure) Price. He resided in Cumberland the past 33 years. He was employed as a truck irivcr for the cily. Besides his widow and parents, he is survived by a son. Carl \V. Price, at home; Ihree stepdaughters, Mrs. Wilma Dudick and Mrs. Patricia Hartsock, both of Washington, and Mrs. Evelyn llardman, RD 4, city, a brother, Floyd Price, cily; Ihree sisters, Mrs. Margaret Rice, and Mrs. Alda Bennett, both this city, an- Mrs. Alma Rice, Silver Spring, and two grandchildren. The body is at the Kight Funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at p. m. by Rev. Frank Fraito, pastor of Central Assembly God Church. Interment will in Sunset Memorial Park. LARGE RIPE WATERMELONS VINE RIPENED LOPES J^on^Otde, Cods Cum PA 4-0600 Crsp PA 2-5212 ij Births Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Tak< a daughter of the late William T. ind Sarah (Lewis) Sines. Surviving, besides bcr husband, re two sons, Waller J. Cross, Keyser, W. Va., and Ralph E, Cross, Washington; three step- ions, Harold and Arthur Teels, rath of Lake Ford, and Master Sgl. Lester E. Tcels, Rapid Cily, S. D.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Ruth Barkman, Cliarlolte, V. C., and Mrs. Edna Lewis, Terra Alta, W. Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Laura Leighlon and Mrs. Ida Markley, both of Oakland; wo half-brothers, Jonas Sines, Oakland, and Silas Sines, Bells- ville; four grandchildren, three id great-grandchildren and six stepchildren-grandchildren. The body is at the Bolden Funeral Home. Services will be conducted lomorrow at 2 p. m. at Oakland Methodist Church bs ... Rev. Charles Carlson and inlcr- of ment will be in Oakland Ceme- Mrs. Kmnia Mullin HYNDMAN - Mrs. Emma J. Mullin, 85, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Grace S. Albright, of here. A native of Connellsville, slie was born April 20, 1872 a daughter of the late Thomas and Ella (Stincbomb) Cole. She had resided here the past 75 years. Her husband, George"F. Mullin, died in 1932. Besides tier daughter, slic is survived by another daughter Mrs. Marion E. Collins. Washing ton. and six grandchildren. She was a member ol the Hyndman .Methodist Church. The body is at the Zeigler Funeral Home here where services will be conducted Sunday at : p. m. by Rev. W. E. Richards, pastor of Hyndman Methodist :hurch. Interment will be in the . Hyndman Cemetery. Mrs. Earl F. Tcets OAKLAND — Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Tcels, 83, wife of Earl F. Tects, died Wednesday at her home in nearby Lake Ford. Born at Swallow Falls, she was 'arker, CO, of 600 Louisiana Ave- me, who died Wednesday in Memorial Hospilal, will bo con- luctcd lomorrow at 2 p, m. al be Kight Funeral Home. Hcv. Carl Johnson Jr., of First Christian Church, will AAIBROSE—Mr. and Mrs. Bobert W., RD 2. Flintstone. a daughter this morning in Memorial Hospital, IAIN—Mr. and Mrs. James, Frostburg, a daughter Wednesday in Miners Hospital. CAMPBELL—Sgt. First Class and Mrs. Maurice, Tokyo. Japan, a daughter this morning at a hospital there. The paternal grandparents are Mr. i and Mrs. Maurice Campbell ot ! Witey Ford. CORB1N—Mr. and Mrs. Adrian M.. Romney, a son Wednesday in Memorial. DEREMER—Mr. and Mrs. Francis. Corriganville, a daughter Wednesday in Memorial. IRAHAM-Mr. and Mrs. Richard J.. 41 South Street, a son yesterday in Memorial. HUNT—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Froslburg, a son Wednesday in Miners Hospital. LOUGH—Mr. and Mrs. James R.. RD 6, Potomac Park, a son Ihis morning in Memorial. MATESE—Mr. and Mrs. John B.. RD 3, Frostburg, a son Wednesday in Memorial. ORT—Mr. and Mrs. James F. Jr., RD 6. Narrows Park, a son Ihis morning in Memorial. RF.ISSIG—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E., 501 Shriver Avenue, a son yesterday in Sacred Heart Hospital. SHAFFER—Mr. and Mrs. George R., Ml. Savage, a son Wednesday in Sacred Heart Hospital. SHEIHER—Mr. and Mrs. William J., RD 1, city, a daughter yesterday in Sacred Heart Hospital. SHIREV—Mr. anil Mrs. James F., 153 Polk Street, a daughter yesterday in Memorial. SHROUT— Mr. .and Mrs. Alfred R., Paw Paw, a daughter yesterday in Memorial. WARiNICK-Mr. and Mrs. Lester V., Keyser, a son this morning in Memorial. Reason Slunns PARSONS _ Reason Slurms 73-year-old retired farmer, dice yesterday at his home in jiearbj Blackmail Flats following an extended illness. Born in Harbour County, he was a son of the late Henry am Armcdia (Black) Sturms and the last surviving member of tha family. He was a member of Parsons Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs Ida (Cross) Sturms: a son. How ard Sturms. Piqua, Ohio, and five ;randchildren. _The body is at the Grecnlief funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. Stinglcy Poling Interment will be in Ml. Zioi: Cemetery near St. George. Deborah J. Beck Deborah .1. Beck, Ihree-month old daughter of James and Shir ey Louise (Wborton) Beck. Star Route. Artemas, Pa., died last night in Memorial Hospital. She was born in Cumberland on February 23. 1957. The body is at Ihe residence. Parker Services Services for William W. F officiate Interment will be in Indian Mound Cemetery at Romney. Pallbearers, all members of .ocal 656, Brolherhood of Railway Carmen of America, will be Edgar S. Leasure, Roy E. Ruckman, Edward J. Twigg, 0. G. Zollner, Henry A. Sachs and R. M. Barrick. Turner Noland Turner Noland, a native _. Cumberland, died Wednesday al lis home in Levillsburg, Ohio. He was a son of the late Joseph and Virginia (Cardelia) Noland. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary (Arndolph) Noland; a son. Carl, of Lcviftsburg; E daughter, Mrs. Stella Gray, Levitlsburg; a brother, Samuel Noland, Voungstown; a sister AT SPEAR'S Greatest Ring Value in America Btfoired by Rridtt for Orei-- 100 V.on •Trade Mark* Rty. SOLITAIRE SET 14 KT. WHITE OR YELLOW FROM $60.00 ALHAMBRA 5 |jp Engagement ring $60.00 Bride'i circlet S30.00 GUARANTEED by Iki Artcarved Termanent Value Plan* full furifnl ietj.1 vike (ie* luirintt*! l3*i:d a (HIM ARTCARVfD d'insna rirss it tfcomrrjiot APTCARVEO JEWELRY STORE 62 BALTIMORE ST. THE HOME OF FINE STIEFF STERLING Mrs. Lillian Ingram, and ;randchildron. The body is at Ihe Roberls Funeral Home in Warren, Oliio. Services will be conducted Sun- paslorday al 2 p, m. al Ihe _ Christian Cbiircb, Leviltsburg, and interment will be in Warren. Cumberland Soldier Gels Field Training fivc Least Known Colony Some 38,000 people live in 0119 or Brilain's least known colonies, tlic Indian Ocean's Seychelles Graceville archipelago. Only a few hundred of these inhabitants are Kiiro- pcans and they, in lurn, are more French lhan British. . - cd the University of Hawaii before enlering the Army. POHAKULOA, Hawaii — Army, Specilaist Third Class John C.I Wealherholt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Weathorholf, 322 Avir-i ell Avenue. Cumberland, Md., is ! f participating in a three-week field training exercise with the 25th Division's 21st Infantry at Poha-i kuloa. Hawaii. 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