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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - January 22, 1940, Cumberland, Maryland                                TEN EVENING TIMES CUMBERLAND JANUARY 22 1940 i m NEWS FROM FROSTBURG AND CHILD LOSES LIFE IN LAUREL RUN FIRE Seven Other Children of Fam ily of Richard Green Make Escape Lonaconing Jan fire shortly after 9 a m at the home of Richard Green Laurel Run burned to death Joseph two years of age and completely de stroyed ihe eightroom frame dwell ing The blfcze Is said to have origl when a can of oil being heated1 on the kitchen stove started to leak Mrs Green grabbed the can iind started for the door leaving a trail of oi which ignited setting fire to the rear of the house The strong wind blowing at the lime quickly fanned the names bxirned the home to the ground Sev en other children made their escape but Joseph who WKS in the dining room must made his way up stairs to his parents room as his charred body was found on the rif the bed which had fallen into tlie baxoment Mr Green who was In an out building at the attempted to enter the house when it was discov ered the child was missing but was to get beyond the doorway 84 the interior was a mass of blames The seven other children ranging In age from twenty years to an Infant escaped with only slight burns Two children were dropped from a window by the oldest daugh ter uv turn made her escape through the same window The entire building clothing fur niture and about 1100 jars of home canned1 meats and were BARTON Barton Jan 22 Church School Election Officers and teachers of the Bar ton M E Church school yesterday afternoon elected superintendents TRITOVVNSV TviTownr Jan 22 To Air Colltsun In Court A heaiing will be neld tonight u I oclock before Edward justice of the oeace Westernport Carson Hyde genera William of the automj jHaryey adult division Harry Pathjles of Tony Francis and Carltoi Doctor iGout Rich Alans V1NDKX Jan 3 Mrs LOte Beli arid Miss Margaret Grahame attended the Teacherff Art meeting at kflzrnlUer and Carl Copley ari noxinte Uie Sfrth of B Daughter Jan 16 Mra Copley Is the formei emvuir lo Kcysei to West parunent Mrs Lloyd Shaw home jrepair jdepartment Wilmer Yates jtary Mrs Floyd Gatlens assistant j William Hyde treasurer damaged Ahern received sligii I Hyde pianist William o he need and nis car wn chorister Dora McConncll chilrifuv is being ih drens division superintendent Elizabeth Yaies assistant Virginia Shafer secrelarvtrcusurer of chil Hv Ey ControlPatient liss Geraldlne Mr and Mrs Frank Long and daughter Jane Pittsburgh visited Longs parents Mr and Mrs car was consider of Americnn Medical Association arid of Hy gela the Health Magazine Gout has been called the rleri drens division Miscellaneous Shower A miscellancoir shower was held Friday night by Miss Violet Hoffa for Mr and Mrs John Evans Icently married Mrs Evans is the vestigated by OSicer H F Shultic Maryland State who ar weight For a while it was Bible Class The Helen Gold Bible Class met Thursday night at the home of Mrs Dent Davis Others present were Mesdames Robert Vlning Paul McCov Carleton Bell H F gout had pracllcaUy dL ed but now we know th occur and are likely to t looked oecause they are with various forms of arthr over cases ovei confused Gout usually affects the joints al former Miss Margaret Yates of i Arch Kcliy Robert William i the big toe but it may also occur hi Smith Grace Wortman Thomas the knee joints and other joints ol Moscow Guests Included Mr and Mrs JThomas Ritchie Miss Helen Hay Campbell Albert Holler William Smith Fink Roy Cave When a gout patients blood la jden Westernport Miss Virginia i James Chapman John Purdy Delia examined si large amount of uric IMcCuliough Cumberland Kenneth 1 Boyce Donald Smith Arch Tnylor is found in the blood and jpfelffer Keyser Richard Calvin Arnold Misses Frances Caljoccasionally there are concretions nrlfr j RiTiifVi Xfarv in fhAearS TriESC are Unfiil TOUnr collections of chalky material de onthe outer margin of the ear Since it is possible to In Frostburg Miss Smith Mary Wilson Shaft William Say lor Rose McCombs and Marion Wort Miss Mary Byrne man Edgar Fannon Mt Savage Mr and Mrs James McParlland Mr and Mrs Benjamin Evans Miss Elizabeth Cameron Miss Thelma HadJey Mac Holmes William Dilfer Brief Mention Stanley Tasker who recently un appendcitls operations is able to be out and Mrs Roy Hailar an nounce the birth of a on Jan 18 Doland Duckworth was removed tohis homeat Alle Duckworth received a broken leg when kicked by a horse while at work on his farm Riissell Knox employed near Unidntown recently moved there Mrs Kalherine Barger returned home from a Baltimore hospital KEYSER Keyser W Jan 23 Dramatic ciub Sebastian Barbarlto 25 Wei cicase the uric acid in the blood Hampshire street Piedmont eating large amounts of fat it Lonacening Mrs Inez Marquardt home He Is at Reeves clinic Miss Elizabeth Yates Graydon Anj Mrs Eleanor Porter Williams an and broke his right leg above th important to make certain that tnee Friday on the street near hi tlo uric acid increase is not due to Isiich a cause 1 The modern drews and John Malcolm Barton Golden Wedilins Mr and Mrs William H Malcolm will have tomorrow night 7 to 10 in honor of the fU treatmcnt of gout son and Arthur Williams Brooklyn particularly involves control of the N are visiting Mr andf jaiet In the diet for gout socalled Charles T Neff Potomac Hotei puiine substances are reduced to a Mr and Mrs E J Roberts left j minimum Thus the diet in gout in for St Petersburg Saturday Icludes small quantities of milk pre Heres an onthetoiTT or entertainingathome style The moreitieth anniversary of their spend the remainder of the win ferably cereals with milk irpri ihnws hodicp in tn hnlfrn nnri far destroyed The family is now at ste shows the bodice in contrast to the bolero and skirt Malcolmn had been a merchi ter Greens parents ingress alone has a square neckline Anne AdamsPattern 4375 is at Lonaconing and onetime ya in junior misses sizes 11 12 13 14 15 16 and 17 Sizes 13 dress takes 2i i manager of the old Frederick Piano home of Mrs Wiley Ford W Dr LSnne of Cumbervards 39 inch fabric skirt and bolero 2s yards land deputy medical examiner who bodice i yard contrast Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this Investigated Issued a ccrtilicale of Adams Pattern Write plainly SIZE NAME ADDRESS and STYLE ciay school and director of Ihe Methodisi choir here for forty years 39 inch fabric and j company at Cumberland Md He SUpftrtmenrienloftaeSurL death NUMBER Order our new Pattern Book too Book 15c Pattern 15c Book ind Pattern together 25c Mrs Scott Anderson Shippens white bread with a minimum amount of butter fresh fruits with burg is visiting her mother j large quantitiesof water lemonade Mrs Charles iand fruit juices Miss Junior high School presented the Wizard of Oz Friday Those tak ing part wereLavada Lee House holder Ellen Shear Jo Ann Tim Isabella Vernon Edna Ruth Mfson Evon Johnston Naomi Jean Purgitt Eiinor Kiscr Mildred La Rue Martha Lee Kieht Charmalne Johnson and Norma Lee Orndorf Mr and Mrs B F Zacot an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter Rachel to Virgil Conrad January 12 1940 In Va Mrs Conrad her senior year In Keyser High School Rev Robert L Vtaing Piedmont and Rev John A Wood Keyser exchanged pulpits yesterday morn ing Both preached oh the Evange MEYERSDALE v The and f con brtdgfVone of erset which crosses the new pike on Route 219 la finish Th pouring and of was don e y Janua rj and within a few weejks tirne hew bildge will jte ready for us weather conditions permit ro weathers does hotarrive at le bridge will havedried and rtedsufficiently for use within f eeks time otherwise three ill be necessary for the harder recess The bridge which crosses over I urnpikevnear the H W ompany is 132 45 J from curb t i curb Four red thirty one thousand pou Lructural steel and forty nousand eight hundred and xjurida of isteel bars were usc ts nine huacj nd yards of I were poured the bra uslead of the regulkrconcrete rj r stec deck covered hreeinch concrete grouthas b used making the flooring of bridge doubly The contract finishingtlme for ridge was set H J ut the contracting company cl nell and liaub finished the job month and four days ahead Frank Jackson returned from Mt i The food muU be free from purjlistic Crusade one of the main ob Alto Hospital Washington line tnd low in fat thaEresbyter j He had been director of various fine Hospital Baltimore Alphoniis Garrltano entered Majit should be easily digestible and relatively small in quantities This First Methodist Church Membership Reaches 777 Send your order to Evening Times Pattern Department 243 West j bands in Lonaconing Barton Mosi Mrs Edward Largcnt Piedmont j will enable the overweight person to 17h New York N Y inn Church The birthdays of General Rober E Lee and General Stonewall Jack cow and Westernport Mrs Maiand Miss Emma Howe Beryl are reduce at the sam time that he S9n will celebrated today 6 p Frostburg Jan uniting of ihe Churches in Frastburg on October jn si Michaels Church sylvanla round whites beet jcolm a former president of the 1 Barton Civic had been vice 15 last year the membership hasj had a steady increase with present senior choir at the High Mass and unclassified 3560 theSunday Dull president of the Allegany County two Methodist The banns of marriage were anjib sacKs TJ S Is Maryland PennFederation of Womens Clubs AH their children will be present home from Potomac Valley Hospii helps to control th symptoms of the ta Kcvacr gout tOUl Of 777 The church Tor thp first Chlppewas for the first Katahdina l few hignert Sunday between Joseph Chabot Vale York round whites recently contributed i mlt and Miss Anna Frost b sacks U S Is Maine to the SLrawbrltige Home Jorburt mountains Chippewas and Boys the largest from any church The senior unit of St Joan of ArcjKalahdins Idaho Russet in Baltimore and Wilmington Students Mission Crusade Burbanks dull ference which embody more hold a public dance bushel crates Bliss QOO churches night at St Michaels Hall Helen Triumphs TJ S Is best few With the sale of the GraceMcKenzie general chairman tickethigher poorer U S corn church property a building fund committee Mary Smeltz Beunajmercials created and plans tire in theWells Catherine Colgan Helen Sweet dull East William H Malclom Cumber land Mrs Ernest McLuckie Bar ton Mrs Norman Munter Westi PARSONS Parsons W Jan 22 A r Chapter D Saturday with Mrs In order to avoid substances that i are rich in purines it is preferable I for the person with gout to avoid meat broths meat soups sweet Robor breridS Hvers kidneys fowl fish Dr William C MaliBurf was PromOVsters and substances This colm Pearl Harbor New York and o of John and Kenneth R Malcolm American in charge Belmont Cleaver Davis Mrs L H Mott Davis Alice will help also to keep down the amounts of fats j Fortunately there are drugs which future to erect a building at the j Lewis and Joseph Perettl refresh rear of he First Methodist Church mcnts Margaret Eberly Pnulinc to be known as Grace Hall for resmith Betty Weimer and Margaret Bahen crcntional and social purposes New members received at the church yesterday were Mr and Mrs Cecil Thomilnson Mr and Mrs Er nest Bnmpton Mr and Mrs Vemon Pooie Mr and Mrs James Minnie Dr and Mrs W K Gattens Missesbums Rbout hands and arms Mildred Llewellyn MargueriteSaturday afternoon when he drop PKKSONAL AXD GENERAL Joseph son of Mr and Joseph Dursr sustained severe Groves and George Perkins liam Fnzcnbaker Austin Collins Walter Mackey George Buckalew and Mrs Melvin Hcllman Tenth Birthday Party a can of water on a hot frost killer in the work shop of the Frost burg Furniture Company Morris Bean n patient at Miners Hospital for over a month Is home The Junior League First Meth ern Shore Maryland bushel baskets Goldens U S Is 7590 few higher ungraded 5060 Jerseys TJ S Is 6575 few higher ungraded 3550 Puerto Ricans Nancy Halls and white yams U S Is 7585 ungraded 4060 North Caroling bushel bas kets Puerto Ricans Is 7585 few higher ungraded 4060 Jerseys ungraded 5065 Nearby bushel baskets and hampers Jerseys and Goldens U S Is 6065 lew A LONACONING Lonaconing Jan 22 Girl Scouts Fectt the Birds The local troop of Girl Scouts braved the icy wind yesterday to establish a feeding station for the birds on Oak Hill Miss Edna Elliott and Miss Helen Porter leaders received instruction from Joseph A Minke Cumberland county game warden and helped the group with the work In other j Parsons Parsons Mrs Eva Golightthe doctor can give to contro pata Davis and Mrs Melmont Clearln gout and to hasten excretion oflically ill by McNcill Chapter Unite Daughters of the Confederacy wit a covered dish supper at the horn of Mrs W S Caldwell Rev and Mrs Peter Marshal Washington announce the birt of a son Peter John yesterda morning in Washington Hospital j Mrs Marshals mother Mrs John They stilMiave one Somerset county to finish which1 spans over the Baltimore 3 Ohio Railroad on the branch opposite the Si ounty Fertilizer Works which i be finished by lime the brj over Route 219 latter bridge will useo when the official opt of the turnpike s scheduled Bristol county Rhode Island thesmallest county UrJ States having an area of square miles tations due to trJ A Wood went to Washington Sat urday j menu Gentle in unlay Charles P Peters B5 East for yoar at one of the oldest residents is crit er taking part At the home of Mrs Mott next week delegates will be named to the Continental Con gress dates Tucker county for the Good girl candi Citizenship award are Betty Aronson Davis High Belts Sue Lindsey Parsons High Gazella Snyder Thomas High Dr Rodney Barb local drug store manager elected of the uric acid These drugs Mr and Mrs Paul Davis and are toxic in character They guests of Mr and Mrs Romalne never be taken except under the i control of the doctor who will regu lat the amount to prevent injury to th organs tOR RENT Apartment on Main years game nas suQerca from Vtrglnfa State Pharmaceutical longed snows especially quail Birthday Dinner number of friends honored ungraded 5050 12 bushel hampersiLioyd Durst with a birthday dinner j ungraded Golden 3035 Jerseysjat the All Ghan Shrine Country oc in Frostburg Jan and Church will go on n sleigh Charles Harris Bowery street enride tonight at Hafers Happy Hills iertnmed Friday night with a party farm in lionor of their daughter DoloresI Mrs H Reforri Alridge will be the tenth birthday She received manyspeaker at the midweek prayer scr ivicc Wednesday night at First Others present Doris Mae Methodist Church 2530 Poultry light Chickens Rocks 1316 pullets over 4 pounds 1G18 Crosses 1315 mixed colors 1416 ordinary lots all kinds 1012 Fowl rocks 1516 mixed colors 1415 leg horns 1113 roosters mlsed colors 1012 leghorns 710 Ducks young Pekins 5 pounds and over 1213 few 14 muscovites whites 1113 Club Wednesday Those attending were Mr and Mrs Thomas Holmes Mr and Mrs Conrad Hohlng Mr and Mrs Raymond Yontz Mr and Mrs George Eichhorn Mis Joseph Melio Miss Margaret Hohing and Mrs Lloyd Durst Chicken Thief of 1901 Doris Welltngs Marion Davis Lois Dr J C Pfieffer remains critlmixed colors 1012 Geese Kent 7sj Filler Virginia Williams Dolorescally ill fit his home West Leo fat H16 Guineas over twoi Sends for Payment Kephart returned to Washington ou nrrnmnnntnrt William Jenkins Frostburg accompanied by Mrs moth er Mrs Emma Isles who will make her home with them Some people are particularly sen Mrs Forest Clark supervisor and sitive to the drug called cinchophen and respond to its use with Inflam matory changes in the liver The instructor Springfield Sanitarium Sykesville was home Mr and Mrs Joseph Melody and i NTJan 222324 For Rent 6 room house Hot water Ormond Frostburg 103W j Association was toasted at the River City Club supper Saturday by prof J Lester Raymond dean Accidents Are Reduced of the school of pharmacy of West1 Virginia University Dr W E Whiteside Wayne K Pritt and Dr F K Lyons physician who administers this Wardensviller Mr and 192022 can be aware of and do i Robert A Davis Cumberland and EXECUTORS NOTICE what is necessary to alleviate Mrs OConncr Confluence i THIS is TO GIVE NOTICE iFa WPPP rollnrt subscriber has obtained from the were called here by the death of Robert Melody Truly Virginia Steele Ruth Ann Smeltz Genevlcva Dlckel Phillisj Slfidmore Mary Davis Shelia Jane disc Janet and Charles Harris Watida Harris and Mrs Beta Cllse St Michaels Parish Schedule Frostfcurg Jan schedule POULTRY PRODUCE MARKET pounds 4045 smaJler 3035 Holyofce Jan 22 per pound all sizes 18 Capons 6J Soutiere has just received pay pounds and over 1920 slips 1617 ment for a chicken stolen from his Bradford Lambert underwent a mastoid operation Saturday in a Clarksburg hospital In the quietness of Cheat rivers rugged valley Hermit Jack Dar ling yesterday celebrated his seven tieth birthday He has resided for the past sixteen years near Hopkins Mine five miles from Cheat Bridge jHe says living alone has many ad vantages Turkeys hens mostly toms mostly 15 20 youngicebox 38 years ago A letter received said Minor Not Alwajs Minor Back in 1901 when you lived in Mosher St the knight before Baltimore Jan 22 Sydney N Jan youth Thanksgiving I took a checken out 21 is considered to be of Jour icebox Hear is more let me of activities of Si Michaels dull parish includes Girl Scout land Pennsylvania Virginia todny p Newman Virginia bushel baskets U sJas a corespondent in a Tuesday 8 p Sodality 2 U2 inch minimum That Is the effect of a new Wednesday p Boy Scout full ripe Slaymansidivorce regulation which has just meeting Wednesday p color few higher faircome into force in the state 11 it Bv NonSkid Paving Mrs James Goldsworthy North I Main street had both iiands badly St Louis Jan 22 i scalded with hot water from a accidents at busy intersections have radiator cap been reduced here more than 50 i Frank Snider of the firm of per cent as a result of special nonjSnider Brothers is a skid pavings according to Frank patient at Potomac Valley Hospital McDevitt director of streets andj Miss Columbia Pritt who was sewers guest of Mr and Mrs Oid D McDevitt said nonskid paving of Shreve returned to Terra Alta intersections was inaugurated after those reported ill are tests showed a car with average j Rosemary Savage Mary Elizabeth tires required 134 feet to stop oalcoflman and Miss Juanita Coppe Court of Allegany County ten Testamentary on the estate c Ml E Hocking late of Allegany Maryland deceased All persons claims against the deceased arc earned to exhibit the same K vouchers thereof duly the subscriber on or before the 1 of July 1940 They may others law be excluded irom aU bcncfl stld estate All persons selves Indebted said citate o make Immedlat Jacuary 13W Blair Poling Altoona pavement ordinary sheet asphalt while only 57 feet were required to stop on non turned here to reside Carleton Bennett returned from the aviation school on the NYA project Charleston andin New South Wales if he is cited in a divorce choir rehearsal 7585 Romes Starks Black p public benefit social InlTwigs and Vorks 6575 few parish hall Friday night confer fall varieties U S Is 2 and 216 pints sions Saturday and evej inch minimum U S commercialscapita every year Oov Dixon Man of Year Montgomery Jan I Frank M Dixon hasbeen selected Alabamas Man of the Year for Shades of Stolen j San Jose Cal Jan i William J Emig was called iipon I to perform n new duty for his de partment when he was informed by Peter Suma that his an been stolen It was the Germans consume pounds second consecutive year by the j first time the thert of an oldtime of beer perj magazine a monthly buggy had been reported within the publication devoted to state politics memory of the department The nonskid preparations was developed at the city asphalt plant War Objector Uphold Mother ComeS First London Jan 22 Pitt 21 considered his duty to his invalid mother came first so a tribunal freed him from war service as a conscientious objector There is no power on earth that am force me to he declared go placed as I rfe he had cared for his mother for seven years RFD RYDER On Guard By FRED HARMAN DOOR VOATCrt FROfA THE UOFT i C3HOST POLLY AND HER PALS Or An Iceberg By CLIFF STERRETT Mr and Mrs J E Frettyman ft Saturday lor a hrough Florida motor trip THOMAS Thomas W Jan 22 Mrs Arthur Quattro and Mis larry E Phillips gave a shower at he latters home Thursday night n honor of Mrs Charles Sutton r Cards featured Attending were drs Clyde G Hamrick Mrs Joseph otedo Mrs Ellis E Ours Misses largaret Phillips Mary Catherine arks Mary Ferruso Elizabeth Given under my hand this G DUD HOCKING I Frostburg TJan EXECUTRIX NOTICE Tbli Is o give notice that the sui liss obtained from the Orphans cc Allegany County Maryland racntary on the estate of Michar CnddocV late of AHesany County V land deceased All persons hnvln against the deceased are hereby HT to exhibit the same with the thereof duly authenticated to rcriber on cr before the 5th day of 19W They may otherwise by eluded Jrom nil benefit of the talc All persons knowing debted to said estate are rosdc Immediate payment Given under my hand thU 5lh January ANNIE Advertisement CRADDOCK Execir i 623 Elm Street C TJin 3 V George S Arnold Receiver Citizens National Bans of iomac Clemence Pase and Salena M Price widow at No 1542T Equity In the Massi Miss Virginia Fansler entertained with a 500 card party at her home Miss Salena MassI won Others present were Misses Peggy Phillips Clemence Pase Elizabeth Iary Ferruso Mrs Charles Sutton and Mrs Wilson Fansler Guests of Mr and Mrs Allegany County Maryland ORDER NISI Ordered this 13th day of Januarv R C county once hillips were Mr and Mrs R Philweeks before Ipsand son Dick and Abrier Ens ish Morgantown W Va hy he Circuit Court for Allegany Cc1 Maryland sitting in Equity tbat made and reported in the above c Edward J Ryan and W Earls be ratified and confirmed cause to the contrarv thereof be Ootr or before the 15th day of Februnr provided n copy of thlt Order be In some newspaper published in a week for three the Bth day ot Willis Lipscomb is a patient In Davis Memorial Hospital Elkins African Boy Scout Cyclist Capetown Jan thousand nlles on a bicycle in 10 days is the eat Just accomplished by n 15year old African boy Alwyn George du Preez He cycled from Capetown to Port Elizabeth to visit a cousin The report states the amount sate la be Eight Thousand True Copy ROBERT JACKS l VMDTS TH IDEE O MAKiN SNOW IMAGES O TH1 HULL DEUN AN1 NOT INCLUDIN1 MAS6IE AW HE AINT GOT NO RIGHT SNUBBlM1 X ME TH1 IM JESS WAlTIN PER A UNK MASSIES GONNA BE SOME JOB MISDEAL BLIZZARD j LOANS AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY INC liberty Trvtt 3rJ FWot Tl The Private Liyes of ELIZABETH AliD ESSEX BETTE DAVIS ERROL FLYNN OLIVIA de HAVILLAND VINCENT PRICE PALACE Today and Tonight Tfie Uncensored Version ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRON1 LEW AYRES SUM SUMMED LAST SHOWINGS TONIGHT AT THE LYRIC  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