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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - March 11, 1931, Cumberland, Maryland FOURTEEN CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 1931 BOUT BETWEEN SHARKEY AM CARNERASEEN Jimmy Johnson New Promo ter Trying To Sign Pair For June Clash New York Mar 11 feew promoter has entered up on New Yorks fistic scene to compete with Madison Square Garden in outdoor extravag anzas and perhaps to stage a heavyweight duel this sum mer between Primo Camera the Italian manmountain and Jack Sharkey of Boston A veteran manager of fighters a powerful figure in boxing circles and something of a whitehaired boy to the powersthatbe Jimmy Johnson is working strenuously to arrange a CarneraSharkey bout to held probably In Ebbets Field in June WU1 Lift BRASS BAND TO PLAY AT ELKSEAGLES TILT Cumberland Aerie No 245 Will Have Musicians On Hand Friday Night TRITOWNS TriTowns Mar fashion Dtoplay A fashion display was given at the home of Mr and Mrs R G Curry Rock street Westernport Friday evening by the employees of the Liberty Store of Cumberland Mod els of spring coats and dresses were Cumberland Aerie No 245 will trot displayed Kefreshments were serv out its brass band Friday night at rt Mr nnrt the State Armory where the Eagles and Elks clash In the first game of a homeandhome series on that night Red Chancy and Norman Geatz officials of the two teams announced that the clubs had agreed on Friday as the start of the series The second game under tentative plans is labelled for the Y M C A A third tilt may not be played since it is too late in the season for such an undertaking The Elks will use the same lineup that has represent ed the team in past games while the Eagles are banking on Johnny Sapp Ep Barley Al Wolfe William Young and David Siegel to bring home the spoils Hyndman Hyndman March 11 Honor Roll The following students of Hynd man borough public schools have received the grades to place them on the honor roll for February First Mary L Myers teacher Margaret Bur Johnson plans to promote bouts Martha shaffer second Keyser at Ebbets Field this summer and the Loyd E Bauman big bout if and when it is arrang teacher DoUy Betty ed will be staged there If no peckt miian ciehl Dick Bar ment can be reached with Madison Earl jncthey Third gradi Square Garden for the use of the Yankee Stadium or Polo grounds Camera still is under suspension here but apparently the New York State Athletic Commission is about ready to lift the ban The tipoff came yesterday from William Muldcon 86yearold mem tier of the commission who said Bight now Sharkey knows too much for Camera is too smart but It would be a good flght It would be a tremendous drawing card and Camera is capable of giving Shar key a real TODT GIVES THUMB NAIL SKETCH OF fflS CAREER Emergency First Baseman of Athletics Says He Was Kicked Upstairs By Boston Port Myers Mar 11 Thumbnail sketch of the baseball career of Philip Julius Todt Phila delphia Athletics emergency first baseman as submitted by himself reads like this Born in St Louis near the hotel where the big league players stop Attended boarding school and at 18 decided I was a ball player with no desire to enter college for an engi neering degree It was natural for me to ask the Browns to sign me as a pitcher and perfectly natural for them to tell me I was a better outfielder So I wandered away to Tuisa There I played the outfield and first base I moved to Columbus then San Antonio The Browns fearins they had made a mistake recalled me but within two months decided they were right in the first place and I was let out to the Boston Red Sox in 1924 I played in Boston seven long years Then I was re leased to the Athletics which is Just the same as being kicked up SHOTTON DENIESYERRY WILL BE SOLD TO PHILS Manager of Quakers Says Great Hitter of Giants Has Not Been Offered Winter Haven March 11 IP report that Bill Terry New York Giants holdout first baseman would be sold down the river to the Phillies was denied today by Burt Shotton Quaker manager Terry hasnt been offered to the Shotton said and the talk of selling or trading him to us appears to be just an effort to whip him into line We have plenty of first basemen with Don Hurst the regular attendant and Buzz Arlett outfielder a capable first sacker if seeded there MILLER MUGGINS TO BE REMEMBERED ON FRIDAY New York Yankees Will De dicate Playing Field In Honor of Late Manager St Petersburg Mar 11 flO The New York Yankees will tab time out from their spring trainln on Friday to dedicate their playini field in memory of the late Mille Huggins The memorial will tak the form of a 1500 pound granit block on which will be placed bronze tablet extolling Huggins a a man as well as for his services baseball Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw M Landis Presidents John A Heyd ler and Ernest S Barnard of th National and American Leagues an other baseball luminaries will at tend the ceremonies FIGHTS LAST NIGHT By the Associated Press Leicester Gains Toronto knocked out Charlie Smltt Deptford Wangley Mln neapolis outpointed Jackie Shar key Minneapolis Angus M Donald Winnipeg outpointed Mik Mandell St Paul Paul Panta leu Chicago stopped Harry Dillo Winnipeg West Palm Beach Row Philadelphia stopped Sammy O ferman St Louis Oklahoma Hunt Pon ca City stopped Chct Shan del California Cox Indian apolis stopped Soldier Dombrow ski Detroit Lou Vine Chlcag ai rnrley Baxter Loulsvil TJzcudu Spnln knocked out Lcs Kenncc Long Beach Steve Harm Los Angeles knocked out Joe Ba low Boston y r Iss Evelyn Dively teacher Chas xgue Fourth Harriet hafier teacher Helen Allen and obert Cook Fifth uela Blackburn teacher Betty arley Seventh L Kin n teacher Irene Albright Hilda ughes Helen Erode Grace Pensyl ary Mitchell John Logue Charles des Eighth V Hyde acher Sybil Bailey Elizabeth des and Nellie Mellott High Virginia Eutsler lama Shaulis and Frankle Way ophomore Pauline Bizer Lillian arden Alee Sheirer Huston Al ight and John Sides orothy Goodwin Louise Eutser asephine Barley Helen Mellott irma Clapper and Robert Cooke Hughes Freda Sis r Paul Groom Richard Emerick cnnan Clark Shannon Carpenter nd Clarence Brucks Funeral Of Ida May Winelani The funeral services for Mrs Ida Wineland of EUerslie were ild yesterday afternoon from the lerslie M E Church with burial the Hyndman cemetery She as a daughter of the late John nd Julia Burley of this place Be des her husband Harry C Wine nd she is survived by the follow g children Mrs Paul Lohof and tank New York Mrs Andrew ager Mrs Eus Hardman and rs Edward Tabler Cumberland rs Catherine Blonskey Ellerslie ussell of LaVale Dalton Bedford nd Miss Margaret at home Three rothers also survive Harry ot eyersdale Perry of Connellsvilie nd Norman Hyndman and three sters Mrs J P Beall of Unlon wn Mrs Mary Gordon and George Evans this place Personal Mrs Harry Hayman of Rocfcwood visited Mr and Mrs a W ayman Senior Take The Senior class of Hyndman School presented their play The Wild Oats Boy in Buffalo Friday night There was good crowd present The play hich was directed by Lloyd E auman was recently put on in yndman where it drew capacity ouses for two nights Herbert Carpenter student of hippensburg State Teachers Col ge was Albert Holler visited and Lybarger at Madley Pa Mr and Mrs James Bingham nd children of Madley are siting here because of the death Mrs Blnghams father George lush Herman Altfather of TJniontown is spending several weeks with riends here ed Those present were Mr and Mrs Osey Henry Miss ieona Wiit Miss Arlle Reeves Miss Mary Hott Miss Ollie Evans Miss Wllhelmina Patrick Miss Virginia Dolan Miss Bernadine Daniels Miss Bessie Day ton J O Curry Wilbur Scott Mr Wilt Mr and Mrs R G Curry all ofWesternport Miss Helen Wil liams Miss Alma Burgess Luke Miss Annis Crowe Frank Kiasmore Piedmont Mr Young Mr Wise man Ernest Wartsock and Prank Wilcox Cumberland Miss Wil son Bond Md Dancing featured with string mu sic by Glen and Orville Curry 115YearOld Veteran Very 111 Burbridge Coleman Trenum Civil War veteran the oldest resident of Allegany county Maryland contin ues seriously ill at his home at Phoenix near Westernport Mr Trenum observed his 115th birth day January 1 1931 He is the fa ther of 33 children His sscond wife who bore him 21 children is nursing him Twelve children were born to a previous marriage According to the family Bible record Trenum bom January 1 1816 at Rich mond Va He volunteered for ser Ice in 1863 and was mustered in t Cumberland into Company Irst Potomac Home Brigade He erved throughout the war and af er being mustered out established is home near Westernport Dr aul R Wilson of Piedmont is at endlng him Personal Mrs William Wagner Luke en red Memorial Hospital Cumber and for treatment Betty McMillan daughter of Mr nd Mrs Frank McMillan Church treet Westernport underwent an peration today at Allegany Hospi al Cumberland Harry Edgar Kight son of Mrs larry Kight Dawson Is 111 with neumonia at his on Wood treet Westernport Mr and Mrs Claude Kight have seen ill with influenza Mrs Larry Donahue Is ill with in Miss Marie Duckworth who eaches school at Hancock is isltlng at her home Miss Arvella Jane Llewellyn and Thomas Johnson Loar both of Mid and were married Friday evening t the parsonage of the Church of the Brethern Westernport by Rev A J Beeghley Workmen are engaged in erecting ences at dangerous points of the iedmontWesternport road This is needed improvement as many ac idents have occurred mainly on Thunder Hill on which place a uard fence has been placed James Woods son of Mrs M A raney Westernport and his wife re visiting his mother who is re overlng from injuries received in in automobile accident enroute rom Washington D C to Western port Mr and Mrs Norrto Kavenscroft Westernport announce the birth of daughter Monday Mrs Clara Boetner Piedmont who has been quite ill is convales ing Miss Western LONACONING Lonaconing March 11 Final Kites For Mrs Moses Keyser March 11 Mrs Rebecca A Keller Mrs Rebecca A Keller 87 widow of Adam Keller died Tuesday even Ing at the home of her son Joseph Keller A street Mrs Cora Mich ael Piedmont W H Keller Homer Lotisiana and George Joseph Keller Keyser are the surviving children She was a sister of Mrs Maggie Rafter of Keyser The fun aral will be held Friday at p from Grace M E Church South In charge of Rev J A Johnson pastor Burial will be in Phllos cemetery Westernport Funeral Of Wm Sutherland The funeral of William land was held from the late home 138 D street on Tuesday afternoon with Rev W H Smith pastor of the Calvary United Brethren Church Rev John A Wood assisting Interment was in Queens Point cemetery The pallbearers were T J Payne MTE Dye W O Droege L C Roderick D W Roderick and W M NorKrK ru Among who attendee5 ere Mrs Maigaret Wilson and n Joseph Mrs Gus Sutherland oorefield Pi of and Mrs Bum iry Burlington Harmon Suther nd son Howard Barton obert Maphis Romney and Park eatti Cumberland Funeral of Mrs Zena E Matheny The funeral of Mrs Zena Eliza th Matheny was held from the irst Methodist Episcopal Church th Rev W M Hoffman officiat g Interment was made in ueens Point cemetery The pal arers were Ralph Wolford Ray nd Marshall T Virts William A artin Brock Duckworth and W atheny Among those in attend nce were Mr and Mrs J B Craw rd Brownsville Mrs Ralph ewlon Mr and Mrs Wilbur Hall L Matheny Floyd Matheny iss Hazel Philip Grafton Mr and rs William Matheny Chester Mr and Mrs Oliver Pebler and aughter Wheeling Miss Maggie Mrs Luther Wright West UUULU inuo 15 acieri at wcawsru rnport and Mrs Joseph Dawson Raiiroad Companys accounting of edraont Motor Victims Body Sent Home fices Mrs Conrad was Miss Flossie T Miller Lonaconing a graduate of The body of Earl Channell who Prostburg State Normal School ustained injuries when his car left e road on a curve near Claysville fa Attend Hagerstown Meet riday night and who died at Members of the Womans Com ofiman Hospital was sent to Parmunity Club will attend the meet ns lor interment ing of the Northern District Wo Personal And General mens Federated Clubs at the Hotel Ladles Aid Society of the LuthAlexander Hagerstown Fri an Church will hold a tea at the ome of Mrs Bess Greenwade Fri ay evening Miss Jennie Wageley returned to er duties at Sincell Company store ter an illness from injuries re ived when she fell down the stair ay at her home before Christmas Miss Catherine Sharpless received ord from Miss Opal Robinson ating that her mother had died at lilippi from pneumonia Miss obinson went to Potomac State ollege and has visited here many mes Mrs Grover Sutherland is ill at er home on D street William Stonebreaker was able to ave Hoffman Hospital Mrs Joseph Isles returned from Final rites for Mrs Hannah loses the widow of Rober he home of her daughter Mrs arah Mattnews Gills Hill with horn she resided will be held Thursday afternoon at oclock ith the Hev Melvin E Lederer astor of the Methodist Episcopa hurch assisted by the church hoir officiating Interment will be in the familj ot in Old Coney Cemetery Moscow School A The ParentTeacher Association Df Moscow school two miles west o iere will meet tomorrow at m A program has been arrang d Miss Lucille Stockberteromem ber of the faculty of Ffoitburg tate Normal School will talk Members of the junior class o the normal school will give read ngs A musical program will als be given School Plays Tomorrow Five oneact plays will be pre sented by the Dramatic Club o Jentral High School under the dl of Miss Daisy Cline vie principal tomorrow afternoon and light in the school auditorium More than sixty students from the Jiree upper classes will participate in the chorus drill and casts The horus and drill are specialty num bers The plays are O What a Beauti ul On a Park Brain What Luck and Personals Miss Lillian Mowbray Barton who underwent an operation at the Hoffman Hospital Keyser W is able to be about Mrs Alex Cross and daughter Margaret Barton visited Roches ter with relatives Miss Margaret Manley was a vis itor in Bayard W Va Mrs Arch Cook Washington street Is confined to her home by illness Isaac Seggie of Midland who has been very ill with bronchial pneu monia is much Improved i Ixnl II Reed Lev H 64 years old died at 6 oclock this morning at his home on West Main Street follow ing a heart attack He had been in poor health for the last ten years from miners asthma Since a youth he had worked as a miner In the old Coney Koontz mine He was port who recently underwent an peration at Hoffman Hospital Keyser has returned home Mrs G W Schade Piedmont who has been ill for three weeks at Erie where she had been vis ting her daughter Mrs CahSee Rockvrood has been brought to Me morial Hospital at Cumberland Mr and Mrs Edward Moellerlng ind daughter Marilyn Christine re jurned to Fort Wayne Indiana They had been the guests of Mr and Mrs John Miller Westernport since Christmas Randall Lininger son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Lininger Westernport who had been employed with the Westinghouse Company at Pitts burgh has been transferred to Heveland Ohio Carroll Wilson son of Dr T L Wilson formerly of Piedmont who has been employed as a geologist in Venezuela South America wil leave Maricaibo on or about March 14 for a vacation in the states He plans to spend some time with his father Dr in Pittsburgh and also to visit friends here born in Vale Summit and was the ion of Ralph Reed early identifiec with the mining industry at tha place He moved to Lonaconing with his parents when a child survived by his wife Mrs He is Agne McKenzie Reed and two daughters Mrs James Arnold Lonaconing an Miss Jennie Reed Washington D C He was active in fraternal or ganizations having been a charte member of the Knights of the Mys tic Chain and Valley Council No 26 Jr O 0 A 12 He was a truste of the First Presbyterian Church 1381 In the yea 1381 Wot Ty ler English re bellion t o o place We ar not going U start any re bellion but w do want to ge this Christma Seal money Send your dol Jar today ANNOUNCEMENT THEKAYBEE PEOPLES STORE Of Cumberland will display a beautiful selection of LADIES SPRING COATS DRESSES In the storeroom next to the Star Theatre Westernport for 3 days only March 17 18 19 Tht tore will be open antil p ra You era cordially Invited to call nnrt select your Easter outfit Pur chases rniiy he made under the Credit Plnn by which the Kivybce Peoples store Is widely known TELLS GARDEN WORKERS HOW TO FIGHT INSECTS County Agent R F McHenry Addresses Frostburg Com munity Club Group Frostburg March Ralph F McHenry county agricul tural demonstration agent was the speaker at the monthly meeting of the garden department of the Wo mans Community Club held at the home of Mrs Frank M Spates Bealls Lane Monday night Miss Eva Jeffries presided Thirtyfive were present Mr McHenry spoke at length on Insect Control relative to garden ing pointing out the three chief types of destroyers of flowers and vegetables namely the sucking type the chewing type and the fungu cides Mr McHenry stated the ba sic control for sucking insects was nicotine for the chewing arsenic and for fungusctdes sulphur The program included a piano duet by Miss Mary Drum and Mrs Richard Goldsworthy a vocal solo My Spanish Mrs Giles Maurey accompanied by Mrs Rich ard Goldsworthy vocal duet In The Miss Helen Hunter Frances Hunter The next meeting of the garden department will be held Monday April 13 day They include Mrs J Carter Shryock Mrs D A Benson Mrs John L Dunlcle Miss Martha Stern Mrs Frank Spates and Mrs Edward J Ryan Miss Stern and Mrs Ben son are local delegates FBOSTBURG PERSONALS Atrey Whltehead a patient at Miners Hospital Is on the road to recovery George Walker McCulloh street ill for some time past is much Im proved Miss ESie Shaffer andMiss Louise Shaffer are In New York Mr and Mrs Walter E Maclcay Mechanic street announce the birth of a daughter Monday March 9 Mr and James Conrad an nounce the birth of a daughter at the Memorial Hospital Cumberland Sunday February 28 Mr Conrad is aclerk at the Western Maryland FBOSTBURG CHECKER ARTISTS TRIM PIEDMONT Frostburg local checker club comprised of William Jenkins William Rodda John Farrady Charles Cover J Walker Chapman and Enoch Price won a match with Piedmont W Va club at Finzels Rectaurant Monday Frostburgs score Won 27 drew 19 lost 22 Piedmonts score Won 26 drew 18 lost 22 Several weeks ago the local club defeated Pied mont on their home ground Mem bers of the outoftown team are Pugh Francis McGreevy John High M High and Hoffa A challenge Is Issued by the Frostburg club to Cumberland Ar rangements can be made for a game either In Frostburg or Cumberland by writing J Walker1 Chapman in care of Covers barber ship Frostr burg Clalr ScaUy Dead Frostburg March 11 Glair Scally aged 45 years Detroit former resident of accord tag to advice received here died last Friday from complications He Is survived by his widow Mrs Marga ret Finn Scally also a former resi dent and five children Funeral services were held Monday Bitten by DlajrW Dor Frcwtburg March 11 George Walker McCulloh street was bitten by a dog on the leg while In the Dingle Cumberland condition Is Improved although the wound is extremely painfuL WKJBKECHTMUIIl Froetburg March nouncement Is made of the mar mlage of Charles Welbrecht son of Mr and Mrs Conrad Welbrecht and Miss Mary Mulr McCulloh street in Cumberland June 28 1930 At tendants were Mr and Mrs George Loar The groom is a mechanic at the Gunters service station on The bride is a grad uate of Beall High school and is office manager for Dave Gunter DUBSTDAVIS Frostburg Md March Gwendolyn Davis daughter of Mrs John Jones Dursti East Union street were mar ried in Oakland one year ago next Sunday April 15 1930 The cere mony was performed at the parson age of St Pauls M E Church Oakland by Rev B T Trevy pas tor Mr Durst is engaged in busi nesswith Benjamin Thomas under the name of the National Motor Company Mrs Durst Is a court house attache Gertrude Davis Shaft and Durst son of Mr and Mrs WANTED I want to buy a home In or near Frostburg Give location and price Address Box 52 Md Advertisement 39111213 NEW YORK BANK STOCK I National City Guaranty Tnut Co Park National Equitable Trust Empire Trust Harrlman National National Bank of Commerce CLARENCE LTTZENBERG BROKER 16 N Liberty Street Cumberland Md DANCE TONIGHT Capitol Ballroom Broadcattihg Direct MUSIC BY 3 DIFFERENT ORCHESTRAS Dancing Fnm P M TIB I A SC RAY HILL AND GLENN AYRES SPECIALTY DANCE ENTERTAINERS Admission lOc Chicago where she visited her daughter Mrs Homer Bingman Mr and Mrs J B Crawford re turned to Brownsville this morning Mrs Sloan Arnold was called to Cumberland by the illness of her sister Mrs Balph Smith Mrs P C Reynolds Is visiting Dr and Mrs Knight Reynolds Cum berland Miss Maxlne Swadley Is ilL Wallace Werble and Miss Mary Welch went to New River State College to attend a press meeting Mrs Frank Wagoner of Cumber land Is visiting her mother Mrs G R Barker CHICAGO MARKETS 42 Nortk Centre Street Phone 2195 THURSDAY SPECIALS FRANKFURTERS 12Vzc PORK SAUSAGE BOILING BEEF Ib 12V2C ESS the Finest Performing Six Hudson Ever Built Competes with the Lowest in price Challenqes the Finest in Quality Essex challenges Ibe performance of any six AQ scats are wide and lots of room regardless of price It introduces finocar style for comfort white riding Headroom and leg and SuperSix smoothness to the lowest price room are greater doors are wider bodies are fiddltisstronglybuflttoassorelastingsatisfac tion and utmost dependability It matches the are easy to reach and operate Your nearest economy of cars most noted for low operating HudsonEssex dealer is ready to give you a cost It gives yon Rare Riding Comfort for demonstration GotertitecnaBengmgpqiorm the first time in a car of its amazing low price ance and Rare RitSog Cotnfori yourself The Value Sensation in a Year of Sensational Values Streett Auto Sales Company N Mechanic St Phone Cumberland Md NATIONAL MOTOR CORPORATION Frostburg Md For Business Womens Week Undrratd Partible Welt Stationery Cabinet Parker Desk Sot leather Corner Desk Secretaries Writing Cave Deik Card Cabinet Locked DiaryLibrary Sti AMress Book Stenofraphers Leaf Note Book Penelli Telephone Index Telephone Pad Holder Sanitary Typewriter Paper Carbon Paftr Manuscript Binders fte SoeMiaora JOHN A TVLtOtt CO 37 BALTIMORE ST SKATE TONIGHT 8 to 11 ROSELAND SKATING RINK 106 So Mechanic St ADMISSION Me Roller Skating Every Night NIGHT EXCURSION TO CHICAGO AND RETURN SATURDAY MARCH 14 ROtJND C J Qfl FROM CUMBERLAND TICKETS GOOD IN COACKKB ON TRAIN NO M LEAVING r M BALTIMORE OHIO NIGHT EXCURSION TO WASHINGTON AND RETURN SUNDAY MARCH 15 ROUND TRH FROM CUMBERLAND TRAIN 10 Will leave at A M CONSULT TICKET AGENTS BALTIMORE OHIO NOTHING BUT TUB UNEXPECTED 0MI IRE Is just another tcet dene you do not expect Ric fires do occur in many causing KTJOUS financial to who expect te1 For this reuon keep tunnce adequate at GeareEverstine Agency Cumberland Md Phone 2709 Liberty Trout
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