Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 10, 1957 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, June 10, 1957
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, JUNK 10, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker vivcd by a brolhcr, George S. Bulford Jr., al home; her paternal, grandfather, Frank Bulford, al here; her maternal here, unii her maternal great Jc'cnvhcrd. srandfalher, William Walkins, of licrc. Services were conducted afternoon at Ihe Red Rock Church, and interment was in Ihe :lmrch cemetery. Mrs. Herman A. Shulls "i PETERSBURG — Mrs. Ethel — - B. Shutls. wife of Herman A.l a _ f "' s , 1 lieutenant _'in 1317 and Shulls, Fairmont, died Saturday served with the American Ex- n a hospital there. ~ ' petitionary Force in France dur- Survivors, besides her husband, '"8 World War I. He resumed his include a daughler, Mrs. George Practice in 1919 after attaining Harmison, Petersburg. tne fallk of captain in the United The body is at the Fairmont Stales Alcdical Corps. ..:,! c. :—...:., L . He was a cousin of the lale Dr Israel Cowherd and was a mem- •esidcnce. Services will be con dueled tomorrow al First Melho dist Church there and interment ber of the Allot-any and Garrett will be in Bridgeport Cemetery. County \ Mertical Sociely, (he Alberl F. Arnica PAW PAW — Albert Franklin Arnica, 76, retired tannery work,. , • •-'• • ^MH ji\,i w aj^u vt ua uii UlU er died suddenly of a heart staffs of Sacred Heart Hospital attack at his home here yestcr- and Memorial Hospital and was r-specialist in pediatrics, obstet- •ics and gynccology. is survived by his widow, day- He was a son of the late Henry and Mary Alderton Arnica and PRESENT FOR I'RIEST-Jamcs E. Robertson (left), president of the Holy Name Society of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, is shown presenting a gift from the Society to Rev. Sylvan Fondriest, OEM, Cap., assistant pastor of the parish, at a reception yesterday in honor of his silver jubilee as a priest. Father Sylvan celebrated a solemn high mass yesterday morning in commemoration of the anniversary of his ordination. The reception was held in the parish hall. A large number of members of the congregation attended. ihurch and the Odd Lodge of Paw Paw. Police Plan Drive Against Fast Drivers FREDERICK «l — State Police Siipt. Elmer P. Munshower says nine new police cars equipped with radar are now patrolling Maryland's roads — particularly the dual-lane expressways, where the speed limit recently was increased from 55 to 60 miles per hour. Col. Munshower emphasized, however, that increased use of the radar equipment is only coincidental with Hie new speed limit because the cars were being readied previously. The State Police will try to have aLleasLoue radar Car at lha.dis- posal of each barracks at all times, he said last night, but will not hesitate to use as many as lour or five in one area. Col. Munslioiver said no special effort is being made to pick up speeders on the expressways. But he added that the new speed limit—which became effective June 1 —would be strictly enforced with the aid of the radar cars. The new speed limit signs were being installed over the weekend in the Frederick area on U. S 40 from here to Pine Orchard, IS miles west of Baltimore, and on U.S. 240 between here and Rock ville, Montgomery County. Births ADVEnTISF.MENT FALSE TEETH Thot Loosen Need Not Embarrass .oh.p :BERLY—Rev. and Mrs. Wayne J., 114 North Cedar Street, a daughler Salurday in Memorial Hospital. MATTHEWS - Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Moscow, a son Saturday in Miners Hospital. \AUGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. James, 534 North Centre Street, a son yesterday in Memorial. IIMPSON—Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell D., Keyser, a daughter on Saturday in Memorial. Srainy Troops At White Sands 15asc WHITE SANDS PROVING ROUND, N. M. til-All the rains-at-thinijtjslle Cen(er~aTe not inside civilian heads, a recent Purvey has found. Some 496 military personnel as- iigned to the research base have either bachelor or graduate degrees from colleges or are completing work toward advanced degrees. A total of 282 enlisled men have bachelor degrees, and 270 of hese are below the rank of corporal. Musician Surprised STERLING, Colo. HI — Lloy,< Jensen, band director al Sler ing High School, announced Ihe nexl number during a practice session. Trumpet player B'ob Pass whirled around toward the instruclor and exclaimed: "Holy Cow! That's what I was playing the last time." Circle Plans Sale Circle 5, WSCS of Centre Stree Methodist Church, will hold •• rummage sale tomorrow from Battle Rases ra OverGrantiiig Liquor Permit I,A PLATA, Md. Ifi — Two of 'harles County's three commissioners' have added new fuel to he fire over the county's,expressed intention of granting a liquor icejise to a proposed floating ca- ;ino. When the Southern Maryland ;ounty recently approved a license application (or use of Freestone Point, Va., Gov. McKcldin staled iiis objections in no uncerlain .erms. Over the weekend, a letter answering McKeldin was made pubic by John L. Sullivan, president of the Charles County-commissioners. He said the letter was decided upon by himself and the otli- Dembcralic commissioner, W. Sdward Berry, at a meeting last Thursday. Republican commissioner Lemuel Wilmcr was not present, Sullivan said. "Obviously, you had not checked he law," they wrote the governor, 'because there is no discretionary >ower granted her (Mrs. Mary Gardiner) as license clerk, nor can the county commissioners re fuse such licenses. . . "We cannot help but feel thai it is an attempt by you to resort to petty politics to whitewash your pasl actions on these matters anc put o'n a new coat of shining armor with which to wage the batlle o seeking another political office." Local Police 3V;ib 20 Over Weekend City Police had a busy weekend with some 20 arrests being made Saturday and Sunday. Five of the arrests were on b i t u u r t/ villc H FriC-nd 30, \!,o was F o ,. |tlcr Locul Man found dead in the woods near (Continued from Page 3) of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Dr. Cowherd was born at Hin ford, of here; her maternal t on , w. Va.. a son of the late member of Living Stone Church grandfather, Lewis F. Watkins, otlGauriel C. and Toolio (White) ° f the Brethren. Agr High , graduate of Allegany County 'Sawbaugh) Mosser; three sons, School and of (he University Oscar S. .Mosser, College Park; College of Medicine, Richmond, Va., in 1903, lie began his practice in Elk Garden, W, Va., but " M "* i " vvi ' 3 " ^n=>- mevm mycib moved lo Cumberland later in the Jackson, Mich., and Mrs. Mar ' vin Beach, Washington; two sis- Ms, Mrs. Emma Everlinc and same year. Dr. Cowherd was commissioned 5BV.,";»JR.SJt," s *"»>'» ""»»». ssr»s;: ; B?K£" • < «Js=r£: American Medical Association, and Cumberland Lodge K), ". P. 0. Elks. Dr. Cowherd -also was on Ihe i * -.— Ilc *=" auivjveu ov ms widow was born April 29, 1881, in Mor- Mrs. Grace (Ganlz) Cowherd a' •San county. daughter, Mrs. John McAlpi'ne, lie was a member of Baptist Rock ,, m , S. C.; two sisters Fellows Mrs. Grover Mulchler, Easton, and Mrs. James Wichtman three great grandchildren. A funeral service will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the will officiate and burial will be in Camp Hill Cemetery. Mrs. C. E. Dciterninn Mrs. Catherine Elizabeth Dot tcrnian, 77, who resided with a daughler, Mrs. Paul Stein Sr., 454 Walnut Slreel, died early yes- lerday morning at Sacred Heart Hospital where she had been a palient five days. A lifelong resident of this ci(y she was a daughter of the late Frederick and Mary (Rahick) Hoffman. She was a member and Paul Catholic W. Royce Hodges, Dr. Donald B. Grove, Dr. Howard L. Tolson, Dr. R. Rhctt Rathbone. Dr. W. Faw, Dr. Emmett L. Jones, F. A. G. Murray. Albeit Doub, G. William Bibby, Dr. Francis Knepper and Ivan Lich- lensteiii. Active pallbearers will be Wai tcr Neff, Donald Shaffer, John M Gornall, Robert King, James T White and Jerome Cowherd. Charles Mosser to 7 p. m. in (Tcenland), thejmotor vehicle violations, while 20 church basement. 'v.pre minor criminal charges TRV THIS SUMMER TASTE TREAT Queen City Creamed COTTAGE CHEESE For Appetizers! For Salads! For I>csscrfs! For Main Dishes! IT'S NUTRITIOUS! IT'S DELICIOUS! and so important IT'S EASY ON THE BUDGET AT YOUR STORE ... OR AT YOUR DOOR DAIRY Just Dial PA 4-0400 THE ONLY DASRY IN WESTERN MARYLAND WITH COMPLETE DAILY LABORATORY CONTROL SS. Peter Church. Besides Mrs. Slein she is survived hy six olher daughters Mrs. .Josephine Gordon, Mrs Bertha Oler, Mrs. Dorothy Lascola, Mrs. Ella Kohlhcpp and Mrs. Laverna Cook, all of Baltimore, and Mrs. Henrietta,Rice, Cocoa Beach, Fla.; 13 grandchildren and il great-grandchildren. A requiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday al 10 a. m. al SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers will be Paul Stein Jr., Tino Franchi, Eugene Slein Edward Snyder. John Milkowsk: and Raymond O'Neal. The body is al Ihe Silcos Funeral Residence where the rosary will he recited tomorrow at 8 p. m. William B. Blake William B. Blake, 83, of 513 Henderson Avenue, died yester day in Memorial Hospital. A native of Eckhart Mines, he was a son of the late Phillip anc Margaret (Beane) Blake. Mr. Blake was a relircd em ploye of Ihe Cclanese Corpora- jlion. lie was a member of St. Palrick's Catholic ''hurch and of the Iioly Name Society of that Survivor: include nine sons James P. Blake, Baltimore; Pau C.'and Edward S. Blake, bolh o Pittsburgh; Joseph F. Blake, Los Alamos, N. Mex.; John B. Blake Frostburg; George F. Blake Washington, and Thomas P. Lawrence R. and Eugene V Blake, all at home, and a brolhcr, John Blake, Frostburg. A requiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 9 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church by Kev. John U. Lyness. assistant pastor Burial will be in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. The body is at the Stein Fun eral Home where UK Holy Name Sociely will recite the rosary tomorrow evening al 8 o'clock. Jessie Boggs Jessie Hoggs, H, of »8 Fred crick Street, died Saturday it Memorial Hospital following ar illness o{ a year. Mr. Boggs. custodian of Gep hart School was born in Oldlown and was a son of the lale Harrj and Nancy (Crablrec) BOERS. Besides bis wife, Mrs. Mar_ (Saglci Boggs, he is survived b> one son, William Boggs. Cumber land; five sisters,' Mrs. Eils worth Twigg, Mrs. Cragon Hamillon, Mrs. Charles Slurtz and Mrs. I-ubcda Boggs, all of Cumberland, and Mrs. Helen Beck. Baltimore; five brothers. Loyal A. Boggs, Cincinnati: Herman. Lcsler, and Floyd Boggs, all of Cumberland, and Chester Boggs, Baltimore. The body is at the Itafer Funeral Home H-hcre a service will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the funeral home by liev. Frank J. Fratlo. pastor of Central Assembly of God Church. Burial will be in Grccnmounl Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Franklin, Edward and Roberl Slurtz, Charles Hamilton, Shannon Twigg and Leroy Cover. | t'owlicrd Services | Services for Dr. J. Kile Cow;herd, 70, of 417 Washington Street, :who died Saturday night in Memorial Hospital, will be conducted I tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Stein .'Funeral Home. j Rev. H. M. Richardson, pastoi Charles William lUri-ccor -7-5 ^ whEI1 '' wi " bc taken lo • •- • • • be m Greenville Community a paticnl five weeks. He was born in Oakland, a son of the late Samuel and Eva ^lockman) Mosser. i F-lrmi,*'," 13 r, E i" iOU K ,}" )lhnl r l <«.ieiaie ana inn tdrmmglon, Del.; a brother, Olinip ni!o .. cemetei-v Mosser, Philadelphia, and four "™««> grandchildren. The body is al (he Silcox Fun- cial Home. The body will be taken to Living SI one Church of the Brethren tomorrow at noon for services at 2 p. in. Rev. Wayne J Eberly | row at 2 P- "'• al Ul ° Dursl pastor, will officiale and burial!? 1 ? 1 1!omc - »ev. Louies L. 1 "1 be in Froslburg Memorial Mr. Mosser was formerly cm ................ ..,....~ v j.*.. v.,.,...,,, jiii, niuaovi \in& lUIIHCLiy 1.111- officiate and iulermenl will ployed as an orderly at Sacred ' ""'- " : " " •- Heart Hospital until his illness Bray School on Salurday, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. al Pine Grove Church. Rev. Kugene Matthews, pastor, will officiate, assisted by Rev. several years ago. lie was a Surviving are his widow, Edna George J. Mosser, Fairgo, and Given Jail Term A former local man was son(freed la six rno'it'is in Ihe Allegany county jail Saturday after win uiucjaic, assisted by llcv. & tlM J tuuiuy jan otuuiuuy *mui Paul DeWilt. Interment will be h |-''i>e f°u»d guilty of violating "• Hove Run Cemetery near'"" '" Swallow Falls. The body is at the residence in Swallow Falls. Clark Services WESTERNPORT - Services for Charles W. Clark, 69, Stoncy Run ' " ' Sa oncl p. m. al the . Magistrate J. Milton Dick sentenced the man, James Goss, Baltimore, formerly of this city. He was apprehended Friday by Cily Police. La Vale Army (Co n I in ued from Page 9> Euslls, he served with the Army Rev. Byron Kcsecker, pastor oi " a " '^"sporUtion Company at arton .Melbodisl Ch ,rcl,. w m Fort . R'chardson, Alaska. After Cl ,irol, wIU be lirodc Services FROSTBURG — Services for, Mrs. Margaret Erode, 49, wife of Carl S. Brodc, of Hoffman, who died Friday in Miners Hospital, will be conducted tomor- la brief period of —, , he was assigned lo Fort Eustis. The sergeant plans (q, complete 22 years of active duly'and then retire. He has property near Charloltosville, Va., where be and his wife will operate a vegetable farm. Harvey Miller MEYEflSDALE— Harvey ler, 83, died Salurday Mil- officiate and burial Frostburg Memorial Park. be in Awarded Degree iek, pastor of Union Grove Moth- Craig D. Thompson, this cily, cdist Charge, Cumberland, will was awarded a degree from Ihe University of Colorado lasl Friday. home illness. near here after at a long hisjr~- nna ' Born at Sand Patch, he was a son of the late Jacob I', and Kalhcrine (Bacr) Miller. He was'! a retired farmer and was a mem-!, ber of Greenville Lutheran Church. He is survived by his widow, Belinda (Baer) Miller; four sons, "reorge H. Miller, Central City; :arl F. and Eberl Miller, both of J?D 3, Meyersdale, and Harvey Miller, Schellsburg; seven daughters, Mrs. Irvin Dietlc, RD 4, Meyersdale; Mrs. Howard Shultz and Mrs. Mildred Dicjle, both of * HD 3. Meyersdale; Mrs. Vaughn \ Williams, Everett; Mrs. Karl J Cliristner, RD 1, Meyersdale.; \ Mrs. Homer Schrock and Mrs. i John Meese, both of Salisbury; ' two sisters, Mrs. Sarah' Paul, \ RD 3, Meyersdale, and Mrs. } Minerva Hosteller, Ames, Towa- 1 a brother, W. W. Miller, RD 3, , . . , , Meyersdale; 28 grandchildren and ID- greal-grandchildrcn. The body, will remain at the residence uniil 10 a. m. Wednes- Cemetery. Friend Services OAKLAND — Services for Or A Tribute To "Three cheers for the Red, White and Blue." When we sing those stirring words at home, at school, as a parade passes, or whatever the occasion, let's pay more than merely lip service to Hie Grand Old Flag! Poems have been written for Old Glory. Statesmen have eulogized ils immortality. SoldierJ on battlefields throughout the world have died for it. It Hies majestically night and day over ths While House. It is the blessed Flag of Freedom and stands for all the things we hold dearest. 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