Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1952 · Page 21
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Fhone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1952 39—Painting, Paperhanging PAINTING — INTERIOR, exterior — residential or commercial. Covered by In- •urance, nil worU guaranteed, phone 5589-R. 40-A—Pest Control HYGIENIC SANITATION COM PA NT Complete-pest-control Homej — Institutions — Faciorlei free consultation tcnlct Phong 3514 41—Professional Services Tri-State Detective -Night Watchmen and P»trol Service AH Type inrtttlqatton —34 Houri DaUf Pbon« 216] 611 LIBEBTY TRUST INCOME TAX RETURNS JAMES W. BISHOP 112 Washington St. Phrme 3915-J INCOME TAX RETURNS Room 509, Liberty Trust B!d£. Phone 1026. a letter from home every day through the year; To your son or daughter in the Armed Services, or your boy or girl away at school . . . Send the Cumberland News, The Evening or Sunday Times. Call: Circulation Dept.. 4600. 43—Piano Tuning Piano Tuning and Repairing Laurence Griffith Phone 5441 •lOBKRT W. MORELAND. Muter CrufU- B»n of American Society of Af,f.') \ PUtno Technicians. Phon« *oo*.-J 46—Radios, Service GENERAL RADIO SERVICE EtEPAIK ANY MAKE. PICKUP. DELIVERY S15 PATTERSON _ AYE. PHONE 5675. DOLAN'S RADIO-TELEVISION SERVICE PICK-DP and DELIVERY 11 N. George St. Cumb. 28C, Fhg. 1053-J. UKE a Letter from nome tvery d» through the year: To your ton or duugh ter la the Armed Services, or your boy or girl away at school . . Send the Cumberland News. The Evening ot Sunday Times. Call: Circulation Dept. 4600. Display Classified ALE3 HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 a Mechanic St Phone 12 Venetian Blind Laundry Cleaning - Repairing John E. Sharp & Co. 401 N. Mechanic St Phone 6177 Personal Says: "Tes!" h, $30 For 30 Days R TOTAL COST 90c j§ Personal -Finance Co. f||- Fho:» 7:i 201 Ub.rfy Trml Zp New Maytag $129.95 Cumberland Maytag 31-35 N. Mechanic St. Phant 2672 47—Real Estate for Sale Real Estate Bought and Sold Floyd P. Grace Phone 868-J -4 LOTS. VOCKE DRIVE. WX125. 3 at S400. 3 it 8S50. PHONE 3677. Eat At ... Happy Hills Farms Restaurant 228 BALTIMORE AVE. Take Home some of our HOMOGENIZED MILK—2flr. quart TREMENDOUS BARGAIN!' Most modern Duplex, Centrally located, i Gwfche St. 4 Rooms and bath up. same i down. Furnace. Owner leaving city. Sacrifice $9.00(1. I LAZARUS & TREtBER I Phone 3270 28 N. Liberty St. j $50 Cash for 30 Days Total Cost $1.50 Stop in or Phonal Aetna Finance Co. 46 N. CENTRE ST. — PHONE 5293 I CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY OPIE ANNAN PHONE 3669 t ROOM house, lot, garage, steam heat, lull basement, 500 It. off McMullen Highway, 1'A miles north of McCoole. S=e Leonard Iser. Dawson, Md. 6 Room concrete block Camp or Home. Furnished. Electric and water in house. 13 Acres land on South Brnncli of Potomac River, nnar Indian Rock. S3000. Terms! 8 Room frame. 2 lots, Wiley Ford, J500 down, balance as rent. 6 room* semi-brick buncalow. Knoblej St.. RidRdcy. Furnace and bath. Large lot. Possession In few days. 4 room concrete block, furnace and bath. Garaga In basement. Near Short Gap. Vacant. $4200. : houses, brick and frame. Fort Ashby. Lots on Bedford and Frederick St». C. A. JEWELL, Realtor Ridgeley, W. Va. Phone 1548 IDEAL location — brick dwelling, 6 rooms. basement, garage, yard. Priced for quick sale. Apply 824 Shriver Ave. TWO HOUSES. 5 rooms and 3 rooms, lot 160x100, $1800. or make me an ofler. Write Joseph H. Fndely. Route 1, Edinburg, Va. or Phone Cumberland 1626. MAYBUKY-POLAND REALTY AGENCY REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT 6011. FRESH FRUITS ^VEGETABLES Dependable Qurditj, at Low Prices! HAGER'S SUPER FRUIT MARKET At Lover's Leap THE AVERAGE buyer ol » used watches the ad-ertisements In theli morning and evening papers for weeks before he makes his purchase. Be sure a full description of your automobile up pears for several days in the Times- News Automotive columns. • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Busier" S. George St. Cumberland Phons 58C Modern duplex, paraee. larue Int. Income $060 year. Price $9880. phono 94C-R. GUARANTEED DUPLEX HOME In LaVale Just covered with Inselwood Sidiits In sieiit ot Route 40 at Cath Valley Road on Mill St. UpstairR entirely private consiftins of tour rooms, bath and large sun porch i Ilnifhed in natural plywood. Downstairs consists of four room: and bath. All rooms up!t*!r$ and rlown are larpe with built-in cupboards. Hot ^Tvafr heat s'ith ca* fired furnace. 'Large ba>r.ment plasterer!: also laundry tubs. Jruit, cellar and toilet. Venetian Winds and awnings, Enlric- house newly decorated. House on 75x200 level lot with building 10x18 on rear for various use. 1 :. Fruit trees, shrubs and nice yurci. Double garage with workshop 8x25 in rear, black top driveway. Both apartments rent ror $110 monthly. Real buy lor $17,600. Must be seen to be appreciated. Phone 3913-J MEDIUM PRICED HOMES POTOMAC PARK: Cozy five room frr.nic ncml-bungalow with all modern cnn- vrlilencfs; laru" landscaped lut. Can give Immediate posiccM-in. CHESAPTOWN: Aitraclive five room framc-insribrlr, buiifalnw with modern bath gas furnacp. large plot of land JrontlnK on McMuller. Highway. Possession 30 days. CRB6APTOWV: Located near the «chool Is thin Jour room bungalow with two partially finished rooms on fecnnd floor. b»th, furnace, garage. Possession 30 days. HOWARD M. 6PIKEK Realtor-Insurance M South Centre Street Phone 8516 GABAOE building. 35 x 130, 5 room apartment second floor, 520 Baltimore Ave., CO furnace. Excellent condition. $15,000. Phone. Lane. 386-W. I6« ACRE farm, electric, hot-cold water lystem, 8 room house, bath, outbuildings. Reasonably priced. Write: William Platter. Springfield. W. Va. LINCOLN STREET — Brick Duplex, 3 rooms, kitchen and bath on first floor, 3 rooms and bath on the second floor. Coftcrete basement, hot water heat, oil fired furnace. Property In excellent condition. Deep lot lo alley in rear. Price on application. PARK HEIGHTS — 1'i story frame bungalow, six romns with bath, concrete basement with samcc- Warm air heat, coal fired furnace. Larsir lot. Immediate possession. Priced a' S7.500.00. For complete fn/ormcffon end cppelnt- mcnt to inspect, cell CARL F. SCHMUTZ INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Second Floor Phone HBO Corner Baltimore ts South Liberty streeta Neighborhood Grocery $14.000 — Estubli.'Ivd Krocrrr store with four room apartment. Raraire, large lot. Store has modern equipment. This bust- : ness is well rstabhi-hed nr.d is a Rood op- j portunlty for some hui.tler who wants 10 j make money. Apply in person. HOWARD M. SPIKER Realtor - 30 South Centre Street Phone 5576 BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Brlnj: your appliance and healing proh. 1cm* to us- Our fnctnt-T trained srrvic» uin piro you quick, efficient servie*. FISHER Gas & Appliances 3 Harrison St. Phono 4428 OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* -J WHEM A CAR. SPLASHEP 7 MDU MOD DELIBERATELY I MOVED TO AKJOTHER. \ PUDPLE-AWGOT ~I SAW IT— rr THAT WAS THE WORRY WART OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE TvJiess "^-fvMises COOLD^ A<SSlSTiNG I GET MAPLE: WHtLS YOU Pa-JrtY- l WERE- BERATING ME ._. ,....- , ' MY IMFIMITESIMAL COMMIS-M YOU? THATS | 6VRU.P OUT OF SION IN1WAT VEST DEAL,XM\LIK£ 5AYU>>JGj? A PALN\ TREE, HAVE BEEN TRYING WITH /^ TY COBB ^ BUT I'M AFRAID Ml&HT AMD MAIM TO R£- Y%^( VJAS >« COMER YOUR, MOMEY— i—^A ASSISTED rtrm f«e ABLE AssiSTAfJce); eY-me TIFFANY TWISGS, ^ (. UMPIRE;' x MI&HT ADO/ FANNING S COLD A6HES / : WITH WI6 HAT > TWI6 TlMB.V- lfc ^—^^—j r-— r~T*-~V WISHING WELL — Obituary — (Continued From Page 13) , (Lipscomb) Flint. She was the widow of Charles G. Porter, former proprietor of Porter Barber Shop, Bedford Street, who died June 29, 1943. Besides her niece, she is survived by a half-brotner, Cllmpon Flint, Piedmont. W. Va.; and several nieces and nephews, The body will remain at the Kight Funeral Home. Frank E. Winterstlne Frank Eldridge Winterstine, 52, of 723 Maryland Avenue, died yesterday afternoon at Allegany County Infirmary. He was born, September 2, 1899, a son of the late Frank and Fannie (Zink) Winterstine. He was employed as a sheet metal worker at the Amcelle plant of the Celanese Corporation. Survivors, other than his widow, Mrs. Theresa (Rice) Winterstine, are two sons, Frank Winterstine, QM-1C, Navy, Norfolk, Va.; and James Winterstine, city; a daughter, Mrs. William Wolfe, city; two sisters, Mrs. Arthur B. Hamilton, Hyattsville; and Miss Eleanor Wise. Baltimore, and two grandchildren. The body is at Hafer's Funeral Home where a service will be held Thursday at 2 p..m. with Rev. Donald F. Brake, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Burial Park. I. Wesley Hershey KEYSER, W. Va.—I. Wesley Hershey, 83, died today at his home, Star Route 1, Keyser. Born in Fayette County, Ohio, he was a son of the late John Seymour and Sarah Jane (Kelly) Hershey. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Carrie E. (Day) Hershey; a son, John W. Hershey, Star Route 1, Keyser; a daughter, Mrs. Lougeta Harris, Barberton, Ohio; a brother, A. W. Hershey, Three Churches, W. Va.; four grandchildren, and great grandchild. Services will be conducted Friday at 3:30 p. m. at the Duling Church, with Rev. H. E. Suite, pastor, officiating, assisted by Rev. Lowe! R. Rogers, of Burlington. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Columbus D. Ravenscraft KEYSER, W. Va.—Mrs. Annie Lydia Ravenscraft, 64, wife of Columbus D, Ravenscraft, died to- Services will be held tomorrow at the Assembly of God Church, of Falls, at 2 p. m., with Rev. L. L. Trotta, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Lehmansville, W. Va., Cemetery. Mis* Emma B. Feidt Miss Emma Beda Feidt, 65, of 330 Beall Street, died yesterday it her residence. She was a daughter of the late William H. and Mary (Rossworm) Peldt. Miss Feidt was employed at Lazarus store until her retirement four years ago. She was a member of SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Charles H. Winebrenner and Mrs. H. B. Harden, both of Cumberland. The body is at George's Funeral Home. A requiem high mass will be celebrated Thursday at 9 a. m. at SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Mrs. Emaline M. Robertson Mrs. Emaline (McCulley) Robertson, 91, died yesterday at the home of her son, Oliver H. Robertson, RD 1, Paw Paw, W. Va. She had been ill for several days. A native of Allegany County, she was a daughter of the late William and- Sarah McCulley. She was the widow of Benjamin Robertson. She is survived by two other sons, C. Floyd Robertson, Paw Paw, and Frank Robertson, Oldtown; a daughter. Mrs. William E. Troup, Hagerstown; seven grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. The body will remain at the Kight Funeral Home. Miss Maude Rice McCOOLE — Miss Maude Rice, Queen Street, McCoole, died yesterday in Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser. She was born in Keyser, a daughter of Donaldson and Laura Rice and spent her entire life in this area. Miss Rice was a member of the First Methodist Church, Keyser; Alkire Chapter 10, Order of the Eastern Star, Keyser; Mt. Olive Chapter, Daughter of Rebekah 31; Pythian Sisters, Mary Ervin Auxiliary, of Canton IOOF, and the Ladies Auxiliary of the local Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Birdie Hixenbaugh, and Miss Anna and Mrs. Robert Luther Jones, Shenandoah JuncO^n; two Mns, Marshall Smallwood, Cumberland, vtd., and Edmund Smallwood, of lere; a sister, Mrs. Frank Jackson, Martinsburg, and two brothers, William Smallwood, Martinsburg, and Gipton Smallwood, near Sardane. Mrs. .Tame* Montgomery Montgomery, 87, wife of James Montgomery, Sr., died at her home here early Sunday morning. A native and life-long resident of storm; Mrs . Anthony Lobb, Hones- day in Potomac Valley' Hospital.I Ric f; both at nome : and ° ne Registered U. S. Potent Office. 2 M 3 L 4 E 7 I o 4. o 5 E 3 U 5 B 7 A 5 S 2 I 3 L 7 O 4 O 7 W 2 U 3 O S D 4 U 2 G 6 T 3 M 5 L 8 U .'i D 8 G 3 F 2 I 6 S 4 R 6 D A F 2 U 6 I 7 V 4 P 7 L 2 T 4 T 5 H 4 L 3 R. 8 A 3 t, 7 T 6 W 3 A a N 5 R 2 0 B A 5 O 3 O 7 L 3 U 4 K 5 E 8 J 4 C if N (i L b E V E 3 I 4 F 3 N 7 N 4 T 2 A B S 7 E 2 N ti O 5 C 8 I b F 2 N 4 E 5 L V H i L 2 S 3 T 8 G 6 H 3 I 2 A 4 O 3 R 4 0 J ' H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a'message every day. It 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 rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures Rive you. Coprrllht. !»»,. by Wlllltm J. Miner, DlitrlbuUd by Kin* T«»tur«, tne. — *> roniri bunealnw, bsth. furnace, lurrir moms, level 10!, $5.800 Opie Annan. 'iif>?- 48—Roofing, Spouting NEW ROOFINO GDTTEHS. CONDUCTORS | Metal Work »1! tJ'Pf. Rool Painting ' .5 yr». Exp. ALEX SCHUTE. Call 225» TODAY'S SPECIAL! Ifir.O CHEVROLET 4 door sedan. Ilailin, heater, seat covers, Power Glide, one owner, only 12,nO() actual miles, srrecn GURLEY S INC. Phone 258 Z12 Greene St 123 S. Liberty Used Car Lot L. BERNSTEIN WAREHOUSE 152 UNION ST. IVcti? and Used Bedroom Furniture Dinlngroom Furniture Livingroom Furniture Kitchen Furniture Electric Refrigerators FASY CREDIT! Seller of Songs Answer to Previous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1,4 Radio-TV song-seller 10 Dried (var.) 12 Citrus fruits 14 Dogwood 15 Football pass 16 Land masses (ab.) 17 Shouts 19 Age 20 Pacific 22 Beast of burden 23 Depression 24 Masculine 5 Soviet mountains 6 Rodents 7 Royal naval engineer (ab.) 8 Concurs 9 Pines 10 World War I "big push" 11 Arid 13 Laminated rock 18 Diner 21 Sharper 23 Abandon 25 Fillip 26 Festival GK A N O A A C ME Nl SON EQ M o ts U ST N Ne 31 Canonical law 39 Rugged of Islam (var.) 32 Cylindrical 33 Church festival 35 Laundry machine « H«. riir h.«H 28 Written form s S6 Bu "fl8hter 26 Heraldic band of M!jter 3g He on radio and 31 Precipitous 34 His board of critics judges songs on their 38 You can him on the radio as well as TV 39 Warp yarn 41 Horse's gait 42 Bitter vetch 43 Anguish 45 British money of account 46 Abed 48 Ocean vessel 50 Repeat 51 Sheaves 52 Eats away 53 Golf teacher VERTICAL 1 Joker 2 Ascended 3 Born 4 Gangsters' girls 29 Demeter'i Jester television mountain crest 40 Tarries 43 Hundredth o' a right angle 44 Diminutive of Flora 47 Internal ., revenue office (ab.) 49 Little demon Born in Elk Garden, W. Va., she was a daughter of the late Charles Wakely and Kathryn (Whetsell) Ervin. Mrs. Ravenscraft had lived in Keyser since 1906, and was a member of the First Methodist Church. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons, George E., Keyser; William H., Piedmont; and Donald Ravenscraft, Keyser; two daughters, Mrs. Annabelle Scott, Martinsburg, W. Va.; and Mrs. Mildred Spencer, Keyser; a sister, Mrs. Bessie Farris, Bloommgton; and a brother, Joseph W. Ervin, Keyser; 21 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Services will be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. at the First Methodist Church, with Rev. L. A. Steele, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Queen's Point Cemetery. Mrs. Jacob L. Nelson PETERSBURG, W. Va. — Mrs Jenetta Catherine Nehon, 80, wife of Jacob L. Nelson, of Falls, W. Va., died Sunday a,t her home. Born January 10, 1871, in Circleville, W. Va., she was a daughter of the late C. C. and Catherine (Sponaugle) Thompson. She was married to Mr. Nelson, July 21, 1887, in Circleville. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, John E. Nelson, Cumberland; and three daughters, Mrs. Clara Degiler, Morgantown, W. Va.; Mrs. Anna L. Weimer. Weston, W. Va.; and Mrs. Lacy Ozment, White Stone. Vs.; a sister, Mrs. Virginia Arbaugh. Ohio; and five brothers, James, Opie and Harper Thompson, all of Circleville; Arthur. Newark, Ohio; and Emory Thompson, Cass. W. Va. ZO 38 50 32 Z5 Zb brother, Raymond Rice, Keyser. The body will be removed to the residence Wednesday afternoon where it will remain until an hour before the service Thursday, which will be conducted at 3:30 p. m. In the First Methodist Church, Keyser with Rev. L. A. Steele, pastor, officiating. Members of the Order of Eastern Star will meet at the church at 1:30 p. m., to attend the service. Burial will be in Queen's Point Cemetery. Mrs. Margaret Connell A requiem high mass for Mrs Margaret Connell, 69, formerly of Cumberland, who died Sunday in Baltimore, will be celebrated tomorrow at 5 a. m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, interment will be in SS. Peter and Paul's Cemetery. The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary of St. Mary's Church, will recite the rosary today «t 8:45 p. m. at Stein's Funeral Home. Mrs. Virginia R. Vane* FRANKLIN. W, Va. —Mrs. Virginia (Raines) Vance, 81, died February 22 at her home in Onego. 35 EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICK, That th« subscriber has obtained Irom the Orphans' Court of Allegsny County. MuryUnd, letters Testamentary on the estate of Helen Bcrnadette Bush late of Allegany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased «re hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 29th dny of August. 1D53. They mny otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said esUte are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 29th day of February, 1952. Adv. T.-Mar. Mildred Cathrrint Executrix. 420 Seymour St., Cumberland, Md. 4-11-18-25. Bush EXECUTOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court nf Allrgany County. Maryland, Inters Testamentary on the estate of Hannah M. Baker lute of Albany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the jubscrlbfr on or before the 8th day of Aueust, 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded Irnm all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under rny hand this st-b. day ol February, 1952. Frank Ford, Executor, Route No. 1, Cumberland. Md. Advertisement. T.-Peb. 12-19-26—March 4 born In Schell, W. Va., «. daughtw of the late Charles \V. and Mary Virginia (Endler) Head. She was graduated from Western Maryland Hospital Nurses School, Cumberland, in 1917. Miss Head left Memorial Hospital 14 years ago and had been a chief nurse with U. S. Government Indian Hospitals in the west and mid-west. Since her retirement a year ago she has been, residing with a sister, Mrs. Alpha- Leatherman, here. She is survived by three brothers, Clarence Head, Akron, Ohio; Rich- HANCOCK — Mrs. Anna Maryj ard Head> Petersburg; and Harman Head, Mt. Storm, W. Va.; six sisters, Mrs. Grace" Bane, Elk Garden, W. Va.; Miss Hallie Head, Mt. Etancock, she was a daughter of ;he late Edward and Susan (Craig) Brady. She was a member of the Episcopal Church. Besides her husband, she is sur- dale, Pa.; Mrs. Stella Kitzmiller,; Gormania, W. Va,; Mrs. Hazel Boor, and Mrs. Leatherman, both of Petersburg. Miss Head was a member of Bia-^ vived by three daughters, Mrs. trict lt Maryland Nurses Associa- Jrace A. Manning, of here; Miss Viable R. Montgomery, at home, and Mrs. Bessie Hill, Hagerstown; two sons, James H. Montgomery, Jr., and Hayes E. Montgomery, both of Hancock; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Seabolt, Hancock, and Mrs. Olive Ambrose, Cumberland; two brothers, James H. Brady, Baltimore, tion; and Western Maryland-Memorial Alumni Association. The body will remain at the Shaffer Funeral Home, Petersburg.; William J. Rafferty -1'- FROSTBTJRG — William Joseph Rafferty, 41, of 69 Bowery Street,, died yesterday at Miners Hospital,He was born here, August 19, 1910,; and Charles H. Brady, also of and was a son o£ Mrs< Anastatia- Cumberland; 12 grandchildren, 17 (Scally) Rafferty and the late.; great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Charles Rafferty. He was an employe of the Amcelle The body is at the Grove Funeral j plallt of the Celanese Corporation. Home. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the Episcopal Church -with Rev. Alister Anderson, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. James Kelly LONACONING—A requiem mass for James Kelly, 49, of Main Street, who died Sunday in a Charleston, S. C., hospital, will be celebrated Thursday at 9:30 a. m., at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with Rev. Charles Bogan, pastor, as celebrant. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Dougherty Services A solemn high requiem mass for J. Leo Dougherty, 54, of Main Street, Ridgeley, who died Thursday from and was a member of St. Michael'8' Catholic Church and Holy Name- Society. Surviving, other than -his widow, Mrs. Maude L. (Ackard) Rafferty are two sons, Donald Rafferty, and Gerald Rafferty, two daughters, Delores Rafferty and Darlene Rafferty, all at home. Also surviving are six brothers, Charles Rafferty, of Frostburg;, John Rafferty, Borden; Stanislaus*? Norbert, Omer, and Francis Ra'f- ferty, all of Frostburg; four sisters, Mrs. Ellen Komatz, Mrs. Frank Condry, Mrs. Herman Phillips, allot Frostburg; and Mrs. Margaret Twigg, Eckhart. '-•-'- ?. A requiem mass will be celebrated injuries sustained in a Western j Thursday at 9:30 a. m. in -St. Maryland Railway accident, -was I Mtchael's~Church with Rev. Francis celebrated yesterday mqrning at St. Anthony's Catholic, Church, Bidge- ley. Rev. Robert Kilgannon, pastor, was celebrant. Deacon was Rev. Thomas O'Connell, Richmond, Va.; and sub-deacon, Rev. James Dwyer, Westminster. The sermon was delivered by Rt, Rev. Msgr. Edward L.!^ s ;', to ^ c ^""Stephen^, Alexandria, Va. Inter . Baltimore Friday, ment was in St. Mary's Cemetery, Cumberland. Other clergy in the sanctuary were the Very Rev. J. Lawrence Kilkenny, pastor of St. Patrick's Church; Rev. Thomas A. Hardesty, St. Patrick's; Rev. Louis Glantz. OFM, Cap., pastor of SS. Peter and Paul's Church; Rev. Charles Bogan, St. Mary's Church, Lonaconing; Rev. Patrick Bradley and Rev. Francis Montgomery, St. Michael's Church, Frostburg; Rev. Kenneth Rizer and Rev. Henry Stragisher, Church ol the Assumption, Keyser, W. Va.; and Rev. James I. Bifield, Texas, Md. Mrs. Catherine 3M. Barnett Services for Mrs. Catherine M. E. Montgomery, as celebrant. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. The body is at the home of ills mother, 35 Mill Street. . "; Miss Agnes Reynolds LONACONING—The body of Mis* Agnes Reynolds, 81, who died in arrive at the Eichhorn Funeral Home here this afternoon. Services will be held to- Barnett, 87, of 211 Bedford Street, who died Saturday at Memorial Hospital, will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. at Kight Funeral Home with Rev. Donald F. Brake, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church official inn. Interment will be in St. Luke's Cemetery. Mrs. Alice B. Louch KEYSER, W, Va.—Mrs. Alice Services were conducted at the I f Ballard) Lough, 84, who^died Sun- Mennonitc Church, Roaring Creek, February 24, with Rev. Charles Pittman officiating. Interment was in Vance Cemetery near the church. One of the oldest residents of the area, Mrs. Vance was born July 1, i860, a daughter of the late Adam and Katherine Raines. She was a life-long resident of this section. Survivors Include six daughters, Mrs. Ma^son Vance and Mrs. Glenn Huffman, both of Onego; Mrs. Marvin Harper, Mouth of Seneca; Mrs. Lora Arbopast, Elkins; Mrs. Clay Huffman, Delroy. Ohio, and Miss Vernie Vance, at home; and three sons. Ralph, John and Adams Vance, all of Onego. A daughter, Mrs. Sheridan Long, died several years ago. Also surviving are 63 grandchildren, 103 great - grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. Daniel C. Smallwood CHARLES TOWN, W. Va.—Daniel Cleveland Smallwood, 65, died suddenly of a heart attack last Thursday while working at the Charles Town Grain and Feed Company here. Born in Jefferson County, October T, 1886, he was a son of the late John W. and Elizabeth (Roderick) Smallwood. He was a retired farmer and had been employed as a carpenter for the past four years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Raymond Boyce, Philadelphia, day at the home of T. M. McCullough, Carroll Avenue, will be held at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow, at Roger's Funeral Home with Rev. Robert L. Bridgers, pastor of Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church, officiating. Interment will be in Meadow Point Cemetery. Mrs. Lough was born in Virginia and came to Keyser a number of years ago. Her husband, David Wesley Lough, die<] on May 24, 1942. She is survived by a stepdaughter, Mrs. Mary Morris, Key- p. m. Goshorn, pastor, of the Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Nieces and nephews surviving are Mrs. John Scollick, of Lonaconing; Mrs. Howard Walsh, Pennsylvania^ Mrs. James Krlmer. Baltimore; John Hamilton and John Brodbeck, both of Lonaconing; Leon Reynolds, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Milton, James and Allen Rowan, both of Baltimore. Henry M. Stonebraker ELK GARDEN, W. Va.—Henry M. Stonebraker, 46, died at his home here Sunday, following an illness of two weeks. He had been in failing health for several years. Born September 4, 1905, at Barnum, W. Va., he was a son of th» late Henry Harrison Stonebraker and Nancy Catherine (Iman) Stonebraker Ruble. He is survived by his widow, th«_ former Miss Helen Mae Simmons', three daughters, Mrs. Anna Mae Brown, Miss Brenda and Miss Leona Stonebraker; two sons, Robert and Douglas Stonebraker, all at home; and a brother, George Stonebraker, Shallmar, Md. Also surviving are six sisters, Mrs. Bessie Shillingburg, Cross, W. Va.;, Mrs. Clara Lillcr, and Mrs. Anna Dunithan, both of Elk Garden; Mrs. Bird Landis. Baltimore; Mrs. Rosa Pownell, Dakota, W. Va.; and Mrji; Esther Wilson, Kitzrniller, Md.; and two grandchildren. Services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. at the Church of God/of which he was a member. Rev. Leroy ser; three grandchildren and three! Irnperio, pastor, will officiate. In- great grandchildren. Walter Pope PETERSBURG, W. Va.—Walter Pope, 61, died here today at his home. Born May 13, 1880, in Ridgeley, W. Va., he was a son of the late John and Eliza (Allen) Pope. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Carrie B. Redman Pope, whom he married' in Cumberland, April 1, 1933; a step-son, Harry Redman, Ridgeley; and ' two brothers, Haze Pope and William Pope, both of Ridgeley. The body will tnrment will be in the Kalbaugh Cemetery, Elk Garden. -'•'•»• Mrs. Patrick Rowan LONACONING —Mrs. Patrick Rowan, the former Nell Duffy, ft resident of here and Pekin for many years, died In Cleveland on February 25 after an illness of a year. Services were held last Thursday" with a requiem high mass in :St.~, Joseph's Catholic Church, Cleveland. She is survived by two sons,'. Francis and Joseph Rowan, and Shaffer Funeral Home. Miss Mabel Head PETERSBURG. W. 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