Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 7, 1957 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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FOURTEEN AN'DEKSON — Mr. and Mrs. Fred H., 642 Fayette Street, a daughter today at Memorial Hospital. BRADY — .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Froslburg. a son yesterday at .Miners Hospital there. GROVES — Mr. and Mrs. Klls- worth. 130 Humbird Street, a daughter yesterday at Memorial. HARTMA.V - Pfc. and Mrs. Carl I... a daughter May 23 at Neeharsulm, Germany. The paternal grandmother is Mrs. Opal Harlman, Rklgcley. RKCKLKY — -Mr. and Mrs. John R.. SOI Columbia Avenue, a son today at Memorial. SEIB — Mr. and Mrs. Jacob. Frostfaurg. a daughter today at Miners. UPUXGER - Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Danville, a daughter yesterday al .Memorial. Playlet Group To Meet ! The Maplcsidc Playground As-, sociaticn will meet today at 7:30! p. m. in Mapleside Methodist Church. Flans will be formulated for a membership campaign JSVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AT) Take? (Continued from' Page 13) tettlay in Arlington National Cemetery. John jr. Veach PETERSBURG—John WitUom;hc had been a patient six months. Vcach. 34, died yesterday at thej A lifelong resident of Garreti William E. Sims |jccs in Ihe Baplisl Church there' OAKLAND — William E, Sims, \ Sunday al 4 p. rn. followed-by' church ceme- William C. Rogers, PE leaves a gray ash instead of the black deposit which (he complaints concern. d.™g. t. .ho ni w,, U e I !of Hy as hed a a re Irate Kelly iConlinued from Page 13) „ VVI1VW1I1 . responsible for the job since the! When queried as to the amount - «.»<«"«v-4he Oy jult of Ihe work. of .ho precipitat tor - Kent Avenue (Conlinued from Page 13) did not sec ihe boy but heard '..hi^uiiv — niiiidm iv aims, uullua > «i ^ ]'. J McHonry, died yesterday in interment in the Evans Nursing Home where '">'• Rev. Willis HILII. 01, aira yesteraay al lhe| A Ulelong resident of Garreti ^nurch \ home of a daughter, Mrs. JohniCounty, he was a son of Die late icc here " cha - —- ---D-.—, v ...^.. * i*,4tj ; n vi rn-io ottiu IJi^J iivac f t pastor of Loch Lynn Baptist had clothing ruined by the dis-lpi,. PhlirjsVi. mill «fft^:-,l« »i 1C- -I „ ....''... .11 Idfll. Church will officiate at the scrv- Riiicharl " jCeorge' and Eliza nfask'erT Sim's". Born at Lahmansvillc, he was;.Mr. Sims was a member or the a son of die late William aml'Melriodist Church .Jane 'Seymour; Veacb. lie held ; Survivors include a son J 'membership m Lahmansville.Randall Evangelical ~ ' Church. Surviving, besides the daughter with whom he resided are Mrs. Lewis F. Walkins ROWLESBURG - Mrs. Rosella Mae < Bolyard) Walkins, 61, wife of Lewis F. Watkins, RD 2, in Lahmansville,Randall Sims Ml Lake Park- v , J-i' walKlns> " u *" •United Brethren,™ grandchildren^ a great'- S±' i/' „"" 1°^. ;randchild. Services will be conducted to- Battery Sale! 45 Plore Auto Borfery 18 Month Guarantee Cycl ° 5 7 Aft Battery I >UU AND OLD BATTERY. Southern States Cumberland Cooperative 811 N. Mechanic St. ACCIDENT VICTIM — Kenneth R. Legge. 17. son of Mrs. Hazel I Flick i Legge, Piedmont, and Ihe late Charles H. Legge, was kilted yesterday morning in a highway accident on Route 219 at Summit Township, Pa. The driver o! car, Earl W. Conn. 31. of Weslernport, has posted 51,500 bond on a charge oFinvoluntary manslaughter. .Police said Ihe car apnar- ently went out of control" and" crashed into a telephone pole. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Boal Funeral Home, Westcrnport, and interment will be in Philos Cemetery there." The body is at the Schaeffcr Funeral Home. Services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p. m. <EST) from the Lahmansville EUB Church with Rev. Joseph Shecslcy.and Rev. . n. , nesay n torment will be in Lahmansville Memorial Hospital, will be con- Cemetery. ' ' " Arthur R. Branilcs Brewstcr Pica Denied WASHINGTON (INS) - Federal Judge John J. Sirica refused today to dismiss contempt of Congress charges against Coast Teamsters Union Frank W. Brewster. Boss day was Clle Clolhlng Damage Other Kelly., workers said they ^LTSd an rinrhina rinne/4 hir Ikn A\c '—. . lors, Emerson informed Mayor Eves that by laking one week as charge from what tlicy insisled was the PE River Plant. "The fat is in the fire,", one of Ihe delegation slated, "we' want' something done." Mayor Eves contacted .George A, Emerson, assistant superintendent of the River Planl, after The Kelly Planl Checked The first nolice police had o( the traffic 'falality was when Mr. , a > Franlz came to Police Headquar- lers al 8:23 p. m. to report tlis accident. . He was released on fiis own mayor also contacted;recognizance after he was ones- L. Herald, chief engineeritioned by Lilya and Detective Kelly-Springfield, and was Joseph Stitcher of the Police informed that the plant had both mechanical and electrical prc- Benjamin Reed officiating. In. Street, who died Wednesday in Pleasant Valley Cemetery ,„„ The body is at the Leighton (on, and Funeral Home here. Dr. Stafford Funeral Servicts for Dr. Ira Hayes Stafford, 81, of 805 Washington Wednesday following a heart at- lack. She was a member of Valley Methodist Church. Besides her husband she is survived by five sons. Earnest p. early . ^K^JTWM^^iKs^SSiSrS^afBSS Ilinnl^l- *-Idllun. _. : t _ ff .- , ...... - Department. The boy's family resided in Froslburg before moving to Cum- •» berland two years ago. He was \J in the first grade at Johnson Heights School. Surviving, besides his parents, —* -•" ~, «. »*••-. He explained.the working pro- place; six daughters, Mrs. Lear- ccdures and also pointed mil that lean Knotts, Mrs. Marie Miller the • - • ducted tomorrow al 2 p. m. at the Kight Funeral Home by Rev. inglcn. died last Sunday ,„ Sibley Hospital, Washington. A lifelong resident of Washing- Ion, he there. was a real estate agent He is survived by his widow, Mary (Fahey) Brandes, formerly of Cumberland; Ihrce brothers, Walter and Herbert Brandes, Doth of Washington, and Clarence Brandes. Coral Gables, Fla., and a sister-in-law. Mrs. George Hughes Sr., cily. Services were conducted Tucs- Washington, and burial " Prospect Hill Cemet onsyottts If Is A KnownFacl You Can Always Do Better in a P.S, MM, R.PENED TOMATOES Lorge Ripe Calif. LOPES U.S, NO. 1 REDOFWHfl 10 DelMonte CATSUP IB. 23 JUICY SWEET FLA. ORANGES Washing Powder TREND 3 „„„. 50c Bpxcs JERZEE MILK 5 Cans 69c CAKE MIXES PIUS. ChoC. i! • BErr ' CROCKER • PUISBURY COMPLETE WITH FROSTING i PAN $1 pkgs ANGEL FOOD $ 1 Tuxedo TUNA 21c eai SWIFT'S SWIFTNINC 3 t 79C PUBLIC PRIDE OLEO 2 Family Brand COFFEE 63c ,„. -^mmi^mtf^ffr Hunt's Peaches Fruit Cocktail Tip Top Coffee Musselman Jellies 2 Peanut Butter 24 " 33c : Vienna Sausage _. 2 •="- 29c • 25c J; Chopped Beef ..... 12 «. •<•« 34c 1 74c I Alaska Salmon «,. co. S3 C 35c !.: Starkist Tuna «» 34 C Tost Good CHEESE 2 £ 69c • 53c ;, Sardines ' • 25c Pork & . BEANS Armour's Star LARD 21*410 _^ TEMPTING MEATS LOW PRICES! FRESH KILLED /^ U I/^ IX C kl C ROASTING W-MICKENS t .. - ~ ~~ ' "I ^'^i^ 1 Solid Pock Tomatoes 2 CQn5 25c -IU.CYl.EAN CHUCK ROAST Skinless Franks n,. 39 C Smoked Bacon Squares».. 33c Baby Beef Liver it. 33 C Veal Leg Roast it. 39 C Phone ^ Orders Call Cumb. PA 4-0600 Crcsap. PA 2-5212 UBLIC SERVIC OOD MARKETS Smoked Sausage u> 39 C Fresh Ground Hamburg n>. 33 C Pure Pork Sausage *. 33 C Veal Rump Roast ib. 45 C Phone Orders Coll Cumb. PA 4-0600 Crcsop. PA 2-5212 Interment will be in Ilillcrest Burial Park. Active pallbearers will be Bernard W. Whilaere, Frederick D. Jackson, John D. Niclilin. J. Edward Vacenech. A. Albert List and Harry C. Reed. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. U. B. Wood, Dr. Karl Kolb. Dr. K. W. Williams, Dr. Emmett J. Jones, Dr. Wiley M. Faw Jr., Harry B. Simpson. Marshall Sowers Sr., Harry 'Lewis, Albert H. Hast and James Watkins. .Mrs. Kaiser Kites Leo Watkins, Tunnel- Carl Watkins, of this Bulford, all of Rowlesburg; Miss Shirley Walkins Tunnelton, and Reformed Church of Rortwood Miss Evelyn Watkins, Gormania; and the United Electrical Union a sister, Mrs. Grace Wiles, also Surviving are his widow, Mrs.' daughters, Mrs. Ola Grace George Bolyard Tunnelton. _ „,„. „ aMIil:lu ana fllrs . 1 he body is at the residence, ine Briggs, both of here, and four Services will be conducted to- grandchildren. morrow at 2:30 p. m. (EOT) in Mrs. Marie J. Lednum ^jiccjivine 4u yt?< A requiem mass for .Mrs. Clara at Sarasola, Fla „„„! -nV""-~ T. ;— = " ' ul "-'""i nome, jonnstown, with ment will be ,n the church ceme- Rev . j ames Shaf(er o[fic ' iat ™" Burial H-ill be in Aladley Cemetery. PIEDMONT - Mrs. Marie June ~ Lednum. 71, Greenville. S. C., a native of here, died Tuesday al a hospital there. She had been in ill health for some time. Mrs. Lednum was a daughter of the late Perry S. and Susan D. Minshall. Before moving to Greenville 20 years ago she lived A. Kaiser, 68, of 214 Emily Street, who died Wednesday at her home, will be celebrated to morrow at 15 a. m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Burial will be in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. The body is at the Silcox Funeral Home where the rosary •will be recited today at 3 p. m. i Rev. Paul S. Parker I OAKLAND — Rev. Paul Shaw J Parker, 71, DD, pastor of the :Dce P Creek Baptist Church since 1950. died yesterday at Garrett jMemorial Hospital where he was admitted three days before fol- [Imving a heart attack. A son of the late Rev. Charles D. and Alvcrda <Shaw) Parker, lie was born in Florence, N. J., [March C. 188fi. Like his father, |he followed the ministry, has two -- — -..„... ... .„., ,, ulue sons licensed to preach and a! liere - A native of Bedford Cmm- i, i ••.••""" .'," a" vices win ue conducted Sun^ urc 'V wlt , h Bev. Vftl- day at I p. m. from the Clark , . p. m. rom e . Pyles officiating. Inter- Funeral Home, Johnstown, Mrs. Lednum was associated with the J. E. Sirrine Company and H. J. Hayncsworlh as a secretary. She was a communicant of Christ Episcopal Church. Her husband was the late J. L. Led num. Mrs. Lednum is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Wylle Invin and Mrs. Hazel Elig, both of Htmlinglon; Mrs. Otey N. Miller, Richmond, Va. and Mrs. Charles T. Ballenger, Greenville; two brothers. Robert ' E. Minshal), State College. Pa. and Bertram R. Minshall, St. Petersburg, Fla. Rev. Henry A. Zinscr officiated at grave side services Thursday in the Springwood Cemetery, Greenville. Oscar E. Mull SEH'ARD, Pa.-Oscar E. Mull, 68. died last night at his home son-in-law minister. who is an ordained liev. Parker is survived by his ty, he was a son of the late John and Norah (Bush) Mull. He was a retired foreman of (lie Pennsyl,widow, Pauline E. Parker, livej va nia Electric Company, children. Mrs. Alverda Shaw and! Mr. Mull was a member ;Charles D. Parker 2nd., both of' Lewes, Del.; Mrs. Millard P. iWhelzel, Baptistown, N. J.; Paul Shaw Parker Jr., Buffalo. N. Y. and Vincent Chester Parker,'Wilmington, Del. He also leaves 11 grandchildren. His pastorates Included the Vin- ccnl Baptist Church, Chester Springs, Pa., 1928-38; First Baptist Church, Clearfield, Pa., 133843; First Baptist, Kane, Pa., 19M- •13; First Baptist, Phillipsburg, ;N. J.. 1948-50. and Deep Creek Lake Baptist since 1950. I He was ordained in the Vincent .Baptist Church at Chester (Springs, where he is to be in- jterred in the church cemetery. The body was to be taken to of real coooool socony separotes catalina swimsuits kwiki playtogs mckem t-shirts maternity beach wear the residence's! Deep Creek this afternoon. Services will be held at the church there Saturday at 1:30 p.rrt. The body will then be ; taken to Chester Springs for serv- 37 baltimore st. (both mechan- and Mrs/Paiil- Services will be conducted Sun- went into effect showed thai the' Kelly discharge was from.four lo five Ions below Ihe allowance. Mayor Eves said he would con- ull with engineers at both the 1 Kelly and PE plants, and that obviously something must be done.. : There is also the possibility, the mayor continued, that a smoke! control consultant will be called' in to inspect the plants and ad-: vise what can be done, and if. both firms are complying with! the regulations of Ihe smoke control ordinance. i The last inspection of local plants, Mayor Eves said, svas conducted by Raymond Tucker,' ing, and malernal grandmother, Mrs. Marie Quarlucc-i, Frostbuvg. WHAT IS IT? WHERE IS IT? Answer Page 8 DID MARTIN LUTHER r "Luther mode a fin* start," a man wrote recently,' ou» he didn't go for erwughl Other denomination! hod to finah Ihe job." How about it? left look at the factsi Take, for •sample, f doctrine of Christianity: Salvation. The medieval church taught thai if a man strive* desperately «noug!i, if he engaget in enough -good works," if h« climbi part way up the ladder-then God wtll be willing to reach down and give him p hoping hcmd.! chur . . __ ,' ,, . , . • f «mng '« *»» New Testament, th» Rsformorion I Church learned .hot we are xn^d by grace alanil-rhat we con no. even won. salvj hon unto,, God fir,, kindles our heart,, .hot we are utterly helple» by our«lv es that God Jfe « up all the way, .hot w. con contribute nothing, Lt Chri^K alt' in , How «wfd anr dtorth "go fortW thai "nSoft' n octual fact. mcHt «Hort. to • «o larthe^how «Kl«d For Mornpfe: Whenever attention U. shifted from tti. Atoo«*«« o» Christ to a c«rto,n mode of living" -then religion ho, become o human activity. Or: When the Real Pr««nce of Chri.t In the Holy Communion « denied^ then ihTlord'l twr*d into o human teremony. Afld tnw.' liberal" Chrtoiority » often the wry doMtf to the nwckevd. 0 UITHEMN lYANGnK* MISSION BTWeUM FVXNOaiSM MKSMM t'o ROBERT I. SMITH 306 Puloski SI. Cumberland, Md. lay irMan lo ta» an mm. JUNE SALE SPECIALS! "—— •——..mmmm- _ Boys' Tennis Slioes 1.79 Black Canvas Uppers Molded Tread Soles Heavy Arch Type 3.98 Sizes-Small 6 to Big 6 WOMEN'S CANVAS CASUALS • Sandals • Pumps • Oxfords - • Washable • Assorted Colors 1.95 SIZES 4 to 10 MEN AND BOYS' CANVAS DECK OXFORDS Brown - Blue - Burgundy ALSO MESH PATTERNS ' ' ^^^^^^M^V^ Children's Canvas Oxfords .1.39*1. Red - Blue Sramble Colors Small 5 to Big 3 CutRate Shoe Store CUMBERLAND FROSTBURC KfYSER

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