Phone 4GOO for a WANT AD Takci, EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, DECEMBER M, 1948 TWENTY-THREE 47 —Real Eitate For Solo FOR SALE ' • . iUx room frame dwelling wllb oath. Prlco reusonftblo, immediate possession. 311 N. Meefcanlo St. Bli room brick. dwelling with beta and lurnece ftali ol double). Prlcu reasonable. 554 N. Mechanic. St. CAKL P. 5CH11UTZ Real Estate and Insurance' PhoatllBO BOWLING ALLEY, modern living quarters, good location, r 18,000. 9 ROOM modern home .In RidEcley- rot* KSSion in 30 days. 58,950. ( AND 7 ROOM, modem homes In Kluse- Ity. Possession 1 .at once, ?B,300 and SG.5DO. 4 ROOMS, near snort dap. not air furnace, lull basemimt, lot 120 * 180. Sa.'rtD. 5700 down, "balance as rent, . 6 BOOM house,, bath. 312 S, Mechanic SU »3.2CD. • '. GOOD PAEME, lots and vacant land. JSTCELL & HOTTON 11 Bridge St. . RMgeley. W. Va. Phono 2510. 1033-W. 2207-B. . AUCTION'REALTY SERVICE . 3d Years Experience—Expert advice on Subdividing . . U you have property to Mil: Write us today I Auction In the best method. BROWNING REALTZ CO, Iprlnrfleld. W. Va, •_ • ! ATTENTION G! ! New modern buncalow In Clty't newest 4evelopment, 2 bedrooms, bulb, shower, ItTlnt room, kltchon. dlnotln. lull bnsc- njent, nutomaUc gns • lurnace, nnrOwooa floors Prtco *8.COO. Can bo fln&nccd, 20% DOWN PAYMENT Wcmne Drive Phono 3004-j. IMMEDIATE. POSSESSION C51 MARYLAND AVE.—Modern six room brick dwelling with hoi water »<;«. oil 3rcd lurn&ce. $6500. CRESAP PARK—Modern flvo-room frame bungalow with finished little, hot water beat. $3900, HOWARD M. SPIKER . REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE ; . 20 S, CENTRE ST. ' PHONE 5576 LOT SO i 150. foundation 2* x 40 completed for llvlnc ' quarters, five room house. Both dry conveniences. Phono S402-MX. ON Route 28 six miles from Rldgcley, a five room house, bath, electric, garacu In blieaent. Lot 15 X- 160. Price on Application. 1. I. Detrlct Phone 504S-J or 3324-J Md. — Realtor — W. -Va. I ROOM Bungalow, between 0 'and 7 meres land, rurnace, electric, water, fcottled.sas. 3 miles Irom city, on hard lurface road. "VV111 trade on farm near city. Box 818-A. o/o .Tlmea-Kowt. BRICK house, 3 apartments. Income S1GO per month. Reasonably priced lor quick •ale. Large lot Included. Phono 6081 lor »ppolnimiint. ' ' BEAUTIFUL ultra -jnodern ranch-style house, -three bedroomn. 11 .you .plan to buy, don't ™i" It. Located on Vocke Road, Owner Is .bolns: transferred and muit sacrifice at $10,600. Phone 4853-J. E31ATT bought, «oW, •xchonned. Olenn Wmon. 313 VlrSlnli AV«. 48—Roofing, Spouting Roofing - Spouting Lrnnox Wura Air Heat, Air Oondl'-lonlm •J. S. T\VIOO 1100 Oldtown Road Phono 45D8, 3DB5-J «poutini, nutal work. Boot pilntlni. rtpUrlni *nd ventllatlai. Altx 2251. Roofing-Spouting-Furnacei -Sheet Melal Work- FTMI .Pnont . _ WALTER E. REID * SONS TIM SHOP Midland. Maryland . 49-A—^Typewriters, Service ADDING machines, typewriters repaired. Cumberland Business Service. 1153 ITeil- •rlcU St. Phono 30B7. 51—Wanted to-Buy WANTTO to.bur: Old »nd Crippled Horses lor MiTifc .J«ed. Truman Wilt. Barton, .• Sinter Treadle . Sew Machines -rcRardlei* ot condition. Phone 23K1. . , .'•• - .'-. < WAriTED—R»bbll». « pounds up. Shober's Ristiurmnt. PhODfc K5. • 53—^Wanted to Rent KIDDLE. »jcd-quiet couple.want 3 or 3 unlurnlched ' rooms before Christmas, •write Box 82I-A. c/o Times-Newt, 54—Wanted Situation* TOtraO MAN, ago 29, desires work In Cumberland area. At present employed In Philadelphia. Experienced 'In Retail Werchandlslns, Aceountlns,. *nd ofllcc procedure Banting; Investment Sccur- iti«. High school jratluate, 3' years TJaiverilty of Pennsylvania Wharton Evtnini School. Ambitious, honest. Best of references. Will accept employment in any field. Personal Interview can be arranged. Write Bor 810-AX, o/o Ttaes- Xewc. PRACTICAL uur«« provided, day or week. Trl-BtaU Employment Agency, Licensed. 52B6-J. NUHSINC WANTED Phone 3510-B. TWO young men want laborlni? or any hind worfc. Box 830-A. c/o Times-News. 54-A—Display Clastificd WITCH & JEWELRY REPAIRS 24 Hour Service SPEAKS JEWELRY'STORE 62 Joltimore St. • INSIST- ON . • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO, "Yarn fritiHllj ford Dtol«" St. Cumberland. PliM* 580 AUTHORIZED SA.L.ES & SERVICE Wringer Rolls All Wrahtr CUMBERLAND MAYTAG IS N. Mechanic Phon* 267! 4-A—Display .Classified Fred Bennett, Jr., Enlists [n"Marines For One Year Fred K. Bennett,' Jr., son of Fred B. Bennett, 500 Baltimore Avenue, has enlisted in the Marine Corps for one year and is -at Parrls Island, . C., for his primary training. • Bennett is a graduate of Fort Hill High School and has completed one year at Cornell University. WATCH REPAIRING SPECIALIZING Hamilton, Elgin. BODLEVAKD WATCHES MARPLE'S 83-1 N. CENTRE ST.. Cash-For-Your CAR Taylor Motor Co. 18 N. Mechanic Phono 395 CHRISTMAS TREES TOYS! APPLIANCES! • Kcfripenttors • Ranges •Free Del!fcry Service CENTRAL UTILITY CO. 42 N. Mechanic • Phone 4071-J Buy With Confidence— WE BUY, SELL & TRADE USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS 05 S. C«lirr» St ttuin* '*<* SALES HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 8. Mechanic 8i Phone 12 CUMBERLAND PRINT& N.CENTR€S? TCL.an CARS WANTED! WE PAY THE LIMIT Reliable Motors Co. "The Lot With Tht Iron fence" Cor. George & Harrison Sts. Phone 61 Evenings 3732 'EXECDTOtt'S NOTICE THIS IS .TO GIVE NOTICE. Tbut the subscriber has obtained Irom the Orphans' -ourt 'o' AHegany County, Maryland, letters Testamentary' on the estate of James Quln, iHte .ol Allegany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons havinn claims acainst inii deceased arc hereby warned to ozhlbit the same, with tho vouchers thereol duly authenticated, to tho subscriber on or before the 10th day or June, 1840, They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit ol the said estate. All persons knowing .themselves indebted to said estate arc requested "to ir.ake Immediate payment. Given under my Jiand This 10th day o£ December, 1048. WILLIAM C. WALSH Executor Liberty TruBt Buildlr.K Cumberland, Md. —Adv.-T-Dec, 34-21-28-Jan. * ASSIGNEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE TWO STORY FHAME DWELLING COVERED WITH 'INSUL-STONE, CONTAININC FIVE. ROOMS AND BASEMENT, KKOWN AS UO. 231 INDEPENDENCE STREET. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND. Under and by virtue of a power or sale contained In a mortgage dtucd April 8. 1047. and recorded • among the Mortgage Records of Alleffany County. Maryland, in Liber No...184, Tollo 237, and duly ussljned for the purpose of foreclosure, default having occurred In the covenants and conditions in said mortgage, the under- glgned Assignee ol said .mortgage will sell, at public auction, alongside' the Second NatlonaNBank at tbo Southeast corner, of Baltimore and Liberty Streets, In Cumberland, Maryland, on TUESDAY. JANUARY i, 1848, AT 10:00 A. M.. all that lot or parcel or (fround. situated on the Northerly side ol Independence Street in the City of Cumberland. Allegany County, Maryland, and tho improvements thereon, nnd more particularly described a* follows, to TVlt: BEGINNING lor the same at a point on the Northerly side of Independence Street at the end o: 45 feet on the fourth line of th lot described in a deed from'Cath- erine Goau to Kunlgrundi c., Gnau, Idated September 3, 1894, and recorded in Liber 01 Po:lo 342 of the La.nd Records of Allegany County, and running thence with said fourth line, reversed. South 38 degrees East 45 feet to the line of Witts Lot, thence' with the line or said Witts Lot North 44 degrees 27 minutes East 300 feet to a stake, thence North' 37 decrees 38 minutes West 35 feet, thenco South 50 degrees 15 minutes West 33.5 font to the Northerly side of Independence. Street at the place of beglnnlnu. IT bcInK the came properly which conveyed to Enrl A. Youngblood by Paul I. Bragg and Lois A. Brngj, his wife, by deed dated April 8. 1047. and recorded amonff the Land Records of Allcgnny County, Maryland, In Liber No. 314. folio 3SB. THIS PROPERTY IS.IMPROVED BY A TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING COVERED WITH INSUL-STONE, CONTAINING nVE ROOMS BUT NO BATH. Win I A METAL ROOF AND STONE FOUNDATION-, AND .A BASEMENT. THERE IS NO CENTRAL HEATING PLANT. THE PROPERTY IS EQUIPPED WITH GAS, ELECTRICITY AND WATER, AND IS IN* A PAIR CONDITION. AND THERE IS A TWO CAR CONCRETE GARACE WTH COMPOSITION HOOP ON THE PROPERTY. .. TERMS OP SALE: Cash on the dny of sale unless otherwise arranged with the Assignee. / WILLIAM C. WALSH. A.'islgnee. 54-A—Display Classified BAND INSTRUMENTS For Christmas! SPECIAL $3.75 Tl EX .uss ERT D COMING TO CUMBERLAND TO DEMONSTRATE GRAND NEW SUPPORT OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOPPLE XMAS DELIVERY New'49 Kaiser-Frazer USED BARGAINS BANK TERMS 1947 Frozer, overdrive, and Heater. ..Y $1895.00 1947 Kaiser perfect $1695.00 1941 Dodge Sedan, only $895.00 FLETCHER MOTOR SALES & SERVICE 118 S. Mechanic St. . Phone 2087 NEED A GOOD USED TRUCK? "WE HAVE THEM" Several To Choose From A/I Reconcfifionec/ Ready to Go / The Rice Rupture Service Experts, personal representatives of WiJliam S. Rice, Inc., Adams, N. Y., will be at the Fort Cumberland Hotel, Cumberland, Md., afternoon and evening of Fri., Dec. 17 and morning and afternoon of Sat., Dec. 18. Every ruptured person .should take advantage of this great opportunity. The Rice Method for Reducible Rupture Control is known the world over. You can now see this Method demonstrated and have a' Rice Appliance fitted to you. Absolutely no charge unless you are satisfied to keep the Out-' fit after having the Appliance adjusted'and you see how perfectly and comfortably it holds. No harsh, deep-pressing springs; nothing to gouge the flesh and make you sore. Wear this Appliance for a full thirty'day trial and if you are not perfectly satisfied at the end of that time, return it. Thousands have reported entire satisfaction through using the Rice Appliance. Why suffer the burden of' reducible rupture worry if there is a chance to be free from it"? Anyway, it will cost you nothing to come in and.learn all about the Rice Method and the wonderful opportunity for help it offers. Just ask at hotel desk for the Rice Representatives and they will do, the rest. Hours Fri. are 1-5 P. M. and 7-9 evening and Sat. 10-12 A. M. and 1-5 P. M. Don't miss this great opportunity to see these Experts. Adv. .' Yoo'Se A SREATT £GAD,SlR..'l'Hl5 QOIZ. AFF/MR/-—SHALL ViE TAKe ODR. MlL.LlOMS.OP USTEriECS THKOOSH 3OM.E OP, MErtTURES ~ AT frti£ POLES ACAtvMlBAI . KOEST OP -rue ee es OP THS TX>CK SILL PLATYPOSIM NO—ITS TO KETCH HER PUNCH.' SHE'S LI ABLE TO.RUIN HER BAMDS • OM TH' CEMEMT FLOOR-' UMGENTLSMANLY TRICK, PUSHING THAT BASKET OF Bar LHTS SET OKI SIS *|OO QDESTlOrJ ' ALltV. Of TrXe MArt -WHO IT WILL TRIP HER.' riSS«BS> T ,-,,.?S«. WHY MOTHERS GET GRAV A»m»<:r t» tftcvtt Shriners Hold ! Annual Ceremony About 1,500 members of All Ghan Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine and 'visiting Shriners attended' the annual banquet, parade and ceremonial here lost night. Following the banquet the Shrln- crs paraded up Baltimore Street Iram the Masonic Temple on Grceno Street, Includad in the line or march were two bands and a number ol candidates who were. Initiated. • Some of the candidates I •were pushed along by others. In. carts The "babies" in the push carts held balloons and; nursing bottles. Other candidates walked along clutching the traditional' rope line. A drill team also toot part in the parade. The ceremonial took place at the Maryland Theatre after the parade.. Marriage Licenses Donald Owen Puller. 325 StUlla 6trort, and Betty Grace Dlivln, nrO No. J. Tll.o<Joro Lloyd. Wilt, Ml. Savage, and Mory Mild rod Mnrlnoa, Akron, Ohio. John Conrad Wlnterbottom Pl"=bun;ll, Pd and Una Lutrlcla Freed. KItzmlller. CJeorgo Calvin Bennett and mrocca Al- leln Tewell, both RFD No. 3, city. William Jcnnlnz HollIngwortS. Clalr- ton, Pa., and Edith Marie rox, Proitburg. Percy Oranvillo Mock and Marjaret Elizabeth Connelly, both of Bedlord. Pa Samuel Cossrovo and Stella Mae Bavll- kv both of Frostburc. Robert Ernest Shelley, 430 driind Avenue, and Eleanor Mao Grapes, BFD No. 4. ' Liiwrcncc Norman Hacgravc, Brunswick, Pa., and Dolores Jean Norrla, city. Paul Oliver Foltz, 413 Pennsylvania Avenue, and Mary Alpha Boonc, 121 Oirutt Gilbert William Kerns, Berkeley Springs, und Eleanor Ellzubnth Weaver, Valley \LMOST EVERY one use* tho Times-New* Classified Ads. u a quick, convenient biiyhiB and renting cnldc.. II you hare anything for snlo or to re'ot, as« those ads to reach prospective buyers,,cr ten* »nt«. Just prone 4600. An Ad-taker will hMn von in wrltlnu nn ftt.trnctlvp nrf mOTOR CO 218 S. Mechanic St. PHONE 2550 "Satisfaction Guaranteed." • 1947 Cher. Aero Sedan $1795 • A Beauty • 1946 Ford 2 Dr. $1295 A Bargain • 1941 Ply. 4 Dr. $845 Ready to Rol • 1936 Ford Panel $295 A Real Xmos Present EASY TERMS BIG TRADE VALUES J&L Motors Co. George & Harrison StJ,. ' Phone 1852 . Open Eves * Unredeemed Diamonds ... OUT OF PAWN Offered to the Public at Savings of MORE 14 THAN VJ2 • All Newest Mounting! • Brilliant Stones $9.50 up Gentlemen's and Ladies' Watches, some $"• O.50 Originally Sold at $50 to $60 ... M.& Gentlemen's $15 Expansion Watch Bands, §9.95 Gold Filled, White, Yellow, Rose ...... O Ladies' Expansion Watch'Bands, White Yellow and Rose Gold Filled ..: ......V Ladies' Gold Filled Expansion Bracelet and Locket Sets in Beautiful Gift Boxes ... ; S-P-E-C-I-A-L Gents 15 Jewel Bulova yellow gold Wrist Watches with, simulated Diamond and Ruby Dials. Gold filled $n>i.50 plus expansion Bracelet. Very Limited Quantity fct tax Complete Line ot all Other Jewelry at Tromenrfous Savfnosf MORTON LOAN CO 33 Baltimore St. Phone 3770 QUICK CHRISTMAS CASH ON ARTICLES OF VALUE $100.00 REWARD! The Stato Ro.ids Commission nf Maryland will pay the sum or One ffumlrerJ Dollars (§100.00) reward to anyone famishing information leading to tlte arrest n,nd conviction of nny person or penioiw, who removes^ damaffcs or defaces uny road sirn*. signals of nia.-fc- era creeled In Allccsny County, Maryland. Information should bo furnished to the Sheriff, tho Maryland Stnt* Police or thu State'* Attorney's Office, G. Bates Chaircs, District Engineer STATE ROADS COMMISSION Police Close Probe ^ In Alleged Robbery Police last night said the alleged robbery report of Albert Jenkins, Route 1, Rldgcley, who told authorities $35 was taken from him as he stood in front of a North Mechanic Street tavern early Sunday morning, has been solved. Detective Ernest M. Powell said Charles Fryer. 28 River Avenue, became engaged in an argument with the man and pushed him when Jenkins reportedly used profane language. Knocked to the ground, Jenkins apparently lost his money. A taxi driver confirmed Fryers statement. End Newsprint Rations MELBOURNE, (INS)—Newsprint rationing in. Australia will be relaxed from Jan. 1 'next year, and the newsprint pool will also be disbanded. Prime Minister Joseph B. Chif ley announced that increasco supplies or newsprint and other printing-papers are becoming available from non-dollar areas. 1/Ruptured Olkn Nut D*— . T*nm FIMtag FOR EVERYONE! $50 TO $300 OR MORE QUICKLY—Without Ked Tape! Yonr choice of the following additional LOAN PLANS.-No worthy person refused. AUTO AND SIGNATURE LOANS " $50 to $1000 Csih Immediately on any mate or model. If you ow» on your car, now, you can cct a 2nd mortgaco auto loan of $50, 5100, $200, or more. Wife's slenaturc. not necessary. Brins title, drive nway with the cash. "Get Acquainted" PAY DAY LOANS S25 — 550 — S'5 on Just your name to tide you over. $50 for 30 flays. total cost, only SI.50, FURNITURE LOANS $100 to $500 or More! Money wconsollduto family Mils and expenses. Convenient credit tamo to fit your pocfctbook. Come In or Phone 5233 AETNA FINANCE CO. 7 N. LIBERTY (Opp. Fort Cumberland 'Hotel) CHANEY Storage Warehouse 23 Howard St. PriYate Railroad Siding Phone 3258 Facilities For Household Goods or Merchandise $50, $100, $250 or More Drive owoy with tho loan, reosonobl« rate, easy repay. Service right oway. MILLENSON CO. IOC S. Liberty St. Phone 547 Irvinf MlUcnson, MET. RUMMAGE SALE Tonight 7 P. M. Centre Street Methodist Church by Youth Fellowship ON ARTICLES OP VALUE ' Unredeemed Pledjeo. Luffgigo B»rgttin«' CUMBERLAND LOAN COMPANY 43 N. Mechanic 8U . Pbont *T«: Ofen to 8:30 P. M. Dull* for tour Cmmlau* Christmas Trees BOB MATTHEWS City Hall Square Canaan Volley Fresh Cut Balsam Fir Pine Green—Fire Resistant Stay Fresh Longer Blue Ribbon EHRICHED BREAD Guaranteed Fresfi At Year Favorite Food Store Fort Cumberland Post Plans Holiday Dance Plans for a Christmas season dance December 29 at the Post Home will be considered at a meeting of Port Cumberland Post-No. 13, American Legion, tonight, at 8 o'clock. Commander Paul Weisenmillor and Adjutant Russell Paupe will give reports on the commander- adjutant meeting recently in Baltimore. Officers Reelected By Cumberland Owls All major officers of Cumberland Owls Nest No; 90 were reelected at a meeting last night. Officers • o£ the organization are Jacob W. Easton, president; Samuel E. Moreland, vice president; Jeno L. Davalli, secretary, and Fred H Smith, treasurer. : • Two men • were elected to serve their first term in. oCice. 'They xare Hugo Moconl, sentinel, and Ernest Yaldcr, picket. Fort Hill High Nativity Scenes To Be Lighted The 31 windows at Port Hill High School which have been painted with Nativity scenes will be lighted beginning next Sunday evening Victor D. Heisey, principal, announced today. Lights in the classrooms will be turned on each night from 6 to midnight until January 1. Members o: the Art Department classes In Grades Seven through Twelve helped paint die windows, using poster paint. 'Assignment: (Continued from Page i) particular, Chep Morrison remain; the imponderable factor. What he has done Is clean, yel how he has been able to do it is far from clear. There are those who claim that the power he carries anc the strength behind him are equally without weight. Nevertheless, as the saying goes nothing suceeds ' like success, anc in the confused Louisiana politica scramble, Chep Morrison has come through with, a brand of success •which stretches far beyond the city limits of New Orleans or even, the confines of the Creole State. For one thing (to put currenl matters first), he didn't get caugh' in the D&iecrat trap. There, are those who say—and not wlthou some truth—that the chief reason was that the Dixiecrat leaders happened to be local political enemies of his, but the pertinent fact remains that he is' one deep-south mayor whose presence is very welcome at the White House today. That, condition can .be important, not only to New Orleans " also to all of Louisana, and It can be impressive to canny politicians who deal in existing facts, rather than the causes thereof! It might not be so impressive to such citizens were it not for the fact that already he has given the revived Huey Long faction a spectacular run for its money—to the point where the heirs of the late KlngSsh's regime now are hollering calf-rope. And'even that he did with a turn- the-other-cheek routine! He told the Long boys that he wanted to get along. Either they didn't believa 1 him, or they didn' think it was necessary. Anyway they gave him the Louisiana version of the Bronx cheer. That happened several times. Finally he quit paci fying and started punching. The result is too well known tt require recounting. Every time h really set out to fight the old Long • faction, he won. And, speaking, to j the terms of professional or caree I politicians, those were no small vie tories . . . which bring us back tc the beginning of this piece . . . Why they talked about him in Yucatan is anybody's guess. Bu why they talk about Chep Morrison in Washington today is because they are greatly curious -as to how h managed to do what he has done Maybe, one of these days, they'l learn . . . Need A Loan? Come In or Phone Now! NATIONAL LOAN CO. Furniture Loans AUTO LOANS IN S MINUTES Easy Repay Plan SOI SOOTH GEORGE STREET Later MlUcmon, aft.-. fllONE 3017 Our Reputation— For quality work removes the gamble from .your dry cleaning- Sec for yourself. Hat Blocking — Our Specialty HARRY FOOTER & CO. Cleaners and Dyers PHONE 197 Cumberland — FrostburR VVcstemport 254G1 HOBIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured statesman 12 Slave 13 Energize MEeer Gynt's .-mother 15 Retrograde 17 High mountain 1 19 Right '(sb.y 20 Profoundly respectful 22 Behold!' 23Japanese porgy 24-Flat3sh .26 Coalesce 28 Rapidity ol movement 3! Atmosphere 32 Blackbird of cuckoo family 33 Pauses 36 Narrow ways' 38 Eternity 39 Abstract being 40Heis Washington 42 He is U. S. ambassador . from . 47 Mother 49 Cartograph 51 Comment • 52 Crimson 53 Broadened 55 Son of Seth (Bib.) 07 Periods of the year 58 Speck* VERTICAI. Uoke 2 Employ , '3 Any . 4 Sea nymph' 5 Kind of spice 6 Heavy blow 7 Be carried 8 Rectifies 9 Musical note 10 Greek letter HVend 14 Area measure 16 English version (ab.) 18 Italian river 20 Sped 21 Light touch 23 Succinct 25 Vegetables 41 Marbles * 26 Prohibit 43 Nevada-city\ ' 27 Prevaricate .44 Proyer ending 29-Compass point 45 Metal ingots 3D Roman god of 46 Chaldean city • underworld 47 Disorder 34 Spinning toy ,48 Paid notice 35 Traps 50 Pastry.. 36 Seeped out ' 52 Decay. •• .^. • 37 Some- . 54Ambary-^~. SO Part of ."be" 56 Negative reply. WISHING WELL 'Registered U. S. Patent Office.- 5 'R 2 M F S U 2 T~ I 2 A * O 4 T .8 P 4 P S Y 4 N 4 V 8 F b T. 6 B 2 •I N W 6 A 4 TT 2 T E 5 X 6 S 2 D 3 A. 7 O 6 R 4 TT 8 D 8 O t N B 0 K 7 TT 8 R 3 •T O 8 O 2 D 8 R 3 I 2 c 6 ' N • 7 0 E ,7 5 E 8 R 7 A 8 O 4 A 8 R 8 T ~~5 R F 5 ' A 4 L 8 • TJ D 4 R L I 4 L 2 I 7 T 4 8 6 W S 8 E A R 6 H K 2 8 0 H S I "~4 • 6 F Y O" E 6 8 I F — i>~" — T 8 . .7 R -H G K H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a mesiaje every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your .fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters a 0 or more subtract 4. If the number is less than 6. *dd 3. The result if your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner oftbe rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the chedced figures Jive you.- Cosrrifkt 1MB. Vr TftlUUB 3. KtUm. Dirtrlbut*! by Kiw F-ttw.. 1* University Grants CHICAGO—(INS)—The University of Chicago has announced tha business firms and industrial organizations contributed $934,000 in cash payments to. the university's tota rift grant, and bequest receipts oS. $4,003,000 for the 1947-48 fiscal year. Stuffed WiOi Turkey NEW YORK, (INS) — Despite high prices and a scarcity of turkeys,,New York's Catholic Charities provided more than 7,000 children with Thanksgiving Day feasts. Approximately 25,000 pounds of turkey were purch;\sed. TRUSS FITTING By Akron Graduated Experts, also Abdominal Supports, Elastic Hosiery and all types of surgical- appliances. Private Fitting Room. Ford's Dni£ Store Cumberland M N. Centra St. Central. High Plans Christmas Program .'LONACONING—Final plans have been made for the Christmas program to be. presented Friday at Central- High School- Friday by the Music Department. "The Christmas Story In. Music" will be presented and carols of various nations will be played by the school orchestra. The program will include the singing of "O Come All Ye Faithful" by; the assembly; "Ave Maria," Lea Smith, cornet solo; scripture reading, Dorothy Johnston; carols, "While Shepherds • Watched Their Flocks"; ~"It Came Upon A Midnight Clear"; "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing"; and' "Silent Night.". . Rev. Charles Bogan, of St. Mary's Church, Lonaconing, will give a Christmas message. "Sleep of the Child Jesus" will be sung by Eleanor Logsdon and Billy Neff. Carols "Bring a Torch, Jearmette, Isabel!," double octet; "We Three Kings of Orient Are," soloists and chorus by the audience; "Cantique de Noel," mixed chorus and Billy Neff, soloist; "Joy to the World," "Hallelujah Chorus," instrumental, and Christmas greetings by R. O. McCullough, principal, will conclude the program. Christmas dinner will be served in the school cafeteria on Thursday. Classes will be dismissed at 3 p. m. Friday and will resume Monday, January 3. Mrs. Kidwell Hostess To Ladies' Aid Society / SLANESVILLK, W. Va., Dec. 11— Mrs. Lutle Kidwell recently entertained the Mount Union Ladies Aid Society with a Christmas party.' Prior to the party a business meeting was held. Mrs. Ella Kidwell presided. The devotionals were led by Mrs. Lottie Shanholtz. Others present were Mrs. Pearl Hockman, Mrs. Warren Foltz, Mrs. Herbert Smith, Mrs. Osa McDonald, Mrs. Ida Shanholtz, Mrs. Glenn Malcolm, Mrs. Fred Chamberlain, Mrs. Asa Kidwell, Mrs. Marion Kidwell, Mrs. Elmer Cowgill, Mrs. Dora Moreland, Mrs. Evelyn Northcraft, Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Patterson, Mrs. Flossie Buckbee, Mrs. Gyneth Landis, Mrs. Annabelle Layton, Mrs. I Mary Haines, Mrs. Wesley Walls, 'Miss Nola. Kidwell, Miss Carmen Kidwell, Miss Doris Landis, Richard Walls, Miss Karen Cowgill, Shannon Layton, Miss Betty Layton, Stephen Haines and Miss Lenora Foltz. - Secret sisters were revealed at the party and gifts exchanged. 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