Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 10, 1948 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 10, 1948
Page 9
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Phone 4GOO for a WANT AD Taker 'EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. f FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 19.18' NINE CIul) Members To Man Kettles The '.Salvation 'Army kettles on Baltimore Street will be manned by " members of six local service clubs on December. 18, according-to. Major, Elmer -"Wall/ coinmftndlnR officer. The organizations Include the' Exchange, Kiwanis, Lions. Optimist and -Rotary Clubs and the Junior Association of Commerce. Details-of the • Intensive one-day fund drive, for Christmas' activities of the Salvntlon Army were completed yesterday when representatives of the -clubs met with the Christmas committee of the Army to the Citadel. . Major Wall said the one-day campaign by' the clubs last year put the Christmas drive'"over the top." He said the organizations raised SB per cent'of the money taken In during, the entire campaign. "We already have applications from 117 families for Christmas food orders or baskets." Mnjoi'. Wall, sold, •ddlng ihat the applications exceed the aid given last year. Orders for food, he explained, are given according to the need 'and size or the family. . ' • Salvation Army officials said the use of the'Kettle House has been .luccemful find added they hope to luive it second house In operation next year. Two local men donated funds for the Kettle House and a business firm painted the structure, Marriage Licenses Lci-llc VMnon-Shirley. 223 Avlrctt Ave- mie, and Shirley M«« Green. Wiley Ford. V. Vn. • ton MnxwolJ Kile. rtiiwllnK«, rrnn'Mii UnnnnbroKKcr. Anvisn/nmtMitNT For Goodness Sake Buy Ort's SoC Spun SHOOTING MATCH SUNDAY NOON SIX MILE HOUSE • Guaranteed Singing; Canary Birds • Fat Turkeys and the Partridge Brand Hams that Roosevelt ate Promoted by Tom Helta -nuv ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN So cajy to jrlve riKht dosogc. Or- vor. Easy to take. SO tablets. 35c. Save Money This Chrijtmos on, Lamps and Novelties . •, • . • 'by.buying-direct ot,.. The Cumberland Lamp and Novelty Shop 912 Shade* Lane ."Now Sof Spun Bread Sandwiches! Which Way DOES Your Grandmother Live, Little Red Riding Hood?" Xmas Shopping TRI-STATE PAINT & SUPPLY CO. .- •'-•*.- - '•' Hundreds of Gifts for ' ffre"/iorne ' arid' every •' 'i ''"-,.- • • • , • • . membec bf the family PLENTY OF TREE LIGHTS Come On Up! Lots of Parking Space! Felts, Corduroys and leathers; Sett and hard soles in red, blue, pink and baby blue. Sizes infants 2 to big 3. From S«J .25 JL up #BOOTERY 7. SOUTH LIBERTY Hungry? Snack with a delicious sandwich of fresh Ort's Sof Spun Bread , ... It's good and good for you. You'll get the proteins and minerals to help full of pep and glowing health.' Ect the best'. Always insist on Ort's Sof Spun.Bread, pure and wholesome .-. . for goodness sake .... at your grocers. -ORT'S SOF SPUN BREAD NEVER SO BEAUTIFUL and UNDERPRICED too! Newest Winter HATS In All The Newest Colors For Every:Type Woman (Others $1:98 to $15.00) FIELD'S 119 Baltimore St: If saving rneani anything to you— then come Saturday to Field's. GIVE A LITTLE A. delightful gift. So gay, so soft, so cuddly . . . with a snowy white bunny fur collar on lush plush! Elastic back and real leather soles. In baby blue, royal blue, white ar.d • black. Sizes 4 to 9. 2.99 Look for rUI> ' CLIP AND MAIL THIS' COUPON ROSENBAUM'S; Cumberland, Md. Pl«a«« lend me _ poiri of "Honeybujs"'al $2.99 eoch. COLOR SIZE ! COLOR SIZE_ CHECK CHARGE CO.D NAME_ ADDRESS. CITY_ Add 2?o Sales Tax if you live in Md. FOOTWEAR — STREET FLOOR i Sonto opens our doori each morning ot 9:30 . . . and spends i/ie day in our Big Top of Toys — Fourth Floor JL Hour-tone Organ Recital ot your favorite Chriitmas music. . . . Oailf from 2:30 to 3:30 FREE GIFT WRAPPING Check Mates in fair or stormy weather! 1.98 Enjoy the'tun ar.d zest of winter, in these cuddly and warm checked woolens. "Kids love them ... teen-agers swoon over them. Laugh at frosty forecasts ... let this be' a warm winter. A perfect Christmas gift! . HAT BAR — STREET FLOOR Leslie Fay's Pretty Crepe PARTY PRINT IF YOU'RE 5 FT. 5 OR LESS LESLIE FAY FITS YOU TO A "T" 14.98 A slow curve of collar '. 7. . a quick, frank jut of pockets ... a spattering of" flowers. ' Rayon crepe, printed, with lilies-of-the-valley on black, coffee, green, aqua or grayv Precision- sized to minimize alteration .worries. Sizes l'OT to 20T. ... THRIFT BALCONY FASHIONS' Now is the time to choose from our collection of warm Casual Coats 100% WOOL ... ALL WARMLY INTERLINED We're giving you full mecsure in our group of casual- cocts ... coats with full sweeping backs unusually fine^fabrics. Choose from suede, covert and brood- cloth in black, ginger, green, .wine or grey. Sizes 7 to 15 and 8 to 18, 25.00 to 39.98 THRIFT BALCONY FASHIONS Ranch Style "Sturdiboy" FLANNEL SHIRT In styling a -Western shirt, Sturdiboy goes in for the authentic details that boys love. Note the three-button cuffs, cowboy yoke, contrast .piping, double-button pocket. And''you can take our word for the haxdwearing quality of these brushed flannel shirts. Sizes 4 to 12. .2.98 BOYS' SHOP — STREET FLOOR The. most'exciting '' Christmas package Coming on its way Might well be one of these suggestions. You'll wrap so bright and gay. Inside, here you'll find a " gleaming Lucite • paper, weight with han'd;tooled.' flower design etched inside the"- pjastic. Beautifully colored. -• 2.95 Unwrap .this and you'll ' see cute little. Christmas_ bells mode.of China and' hand-decorated with o yuletide message. Make' nice favors. 79c and 98c Wrapped in' this package is a "Handeposit" fireproof box with combination lock .for filing. Valuable papers or money. Give ' one • to your fav- • orite "Scrooge". . ; 3.95 And'here's a moire,taff-- eta-jewel case'with black' velvet lining and .veJvef • pad to protect, your precious jewelry. Red,'..block or brown." •-•--••• 2.93 And- we have, the wrappings too, to add excitement to your gift. Pock^ ages include'paper,.seals, 'tags and- ribbons. 50c and 1.00 STATIONERY STREET FLOOR

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