Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 21, 1948 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 21, 1948
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Pliono' 4<300 for a WANT AD Tnkfcr I-JVISNING TIM MS, CUMBERLAND, Ml).. TUBSPAY, niJCEMHER 21. 1QJ8_ THIRTEEN' Your Individual Horoscope • Look In the section In which your Dlrth- dny comes and find what your outlook Is, nccordinc to the stars. , l-'or December 2", 1P4H „,„..-.. - 2° fAr'lesi-fin- icciully favored now: personal ,muttflrnj other c«.tentlal af.'nlra. trim mot Joollih uponiltnc 1 . r.K, nnd distributing flits among s highly favored. ' EKIC ALLEN JOHNSTON, born Dec. 21, 1896, in Washington, D. C. ?r< His family wfis i pool . . anc j moved kj£ to Spokane, where hte mthcr died. l« went to work 5 when 6, sdllnit 1 newspapers. H e I worked his- way | through the Uni- IvcrsUy of Wash- Kton, served in 5 the .Marines in I World War I, be- I came an . indus- ^trialist, h.eaded the Rational Association .of Manu facturers and took over Will Hays' job as movie "czar." The Lincoln Highway, '3,384 miles lens, connects New York with San Francisco. • .' ' ., •. or-ny laKKS jiigmy ;uvuic;u. ICOITIC tnrougn your aiu m umv.o. ^v"**-APRIL 21 to "MAY :0 (Taurusi—Ideal jatlng ullnnly with superiors, employees setup here for you Innately kind folks.|»nd family. Qractousness always, wins, Mike rcndy'for Christmas Day. No frettingiconverts grouches, too. : over the past; concentrate on making this • NOVEMBER' 23 to DECEMBER :2 (Saglt- Holy season—and the luuire—enjoyable tarlusi—A homey, bcnef.c nnd (avornble uselul, ; tlay, parllcularly for hums.nltn.rlan activl- * <i< ._ Trlv.'T]. '.HI /r-T-nl.tll Cmnll , !*• tlnlnrr* Tl<*1>l.l n*nt. l.ft f^hTlKLm UK. JUnlll.V MAY 21 to JONE 21 (Ocmlnl)—Sraa.. nhopA hundlliiR Items Tor Christmas holidays, food storm. rflRtniirflntu, clubs under hrtirHc, Otlmulntlna (Iny. Ilrcd dlc- tciton or your Bcuoroun bmrl—CUVS to tho nprdy. ' JDNI! 32 to JULY 33 (Cnncor)—Your Moon'K aspect here warn* aRftlnst moodl- nv»s. fHllsli attitude, bickering. In desire to make, others happy, you'll find hiippl- ncsB, contentment. ' Business gcnc.-nlly benefited. ' .JULY 2« t6 AUGUST 22 (Lcol— Your Sun (not in auspicious configuration) warns to keep counsel;, don't seek what Isr.'t earned or be unreasonable In any The first lighthouse In' America •was built in 1716 at the, entrance to Boston harbor. Enjoy Finer Flavor because 5 great qualities . are -wedded \ in this great whiskey. HOW ONLY '3.52 '2.23 4K QT. WNT dny for activity, j but be sensibly economical. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 iLlbml —Your Vcr.un eupce'.i'.ly favorable now, licmorlne your IntcreMB. Itmlly und the . r>: courto»y, (tiKnlly " nlty and seK-estcem: nre Innately courteous patnstaKInc! dependable. Are cap- Able or mtalnine notable success even though you 'mny encounter ninny hard obstacles. You usunlly ivln by sheer grit »nd patient pcrs'.ntcncy. Dulidlnc, dcaiifn- Ing. engineering, atock-rulslng and mlnmc iimonR the flelds In which you could achieve. Keep nluclylnf nnd Improving you cnn odd to your "»Mtn oon.itantly school uood will. Charity, cliurch and » nifttters Mlc flrit attention, OCTOBER 24'to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio!— Your happiness nnd most sains will COITIC through your aid to others, cooper- 1D40 hm ninny them "Menillly. "BlrUlrtnte: .Oeenm Taylor. Amcr, composer, miLslc critic; Chiia. Stuurt Cftlverlcy, EnK. poet. wit. (Copyright, '.348. King Features Syndicate. Inc.) ies,' doings pertinent to ChrUtmas, Jamily ^athrrliisf. church. . Monetary Rains In business gcncrnlly. i. DBCKMUItrt 33 In JANUAflY Jl ICllpr- oorni— A ponK ilny. Work mid nil .utlinr worthy liunr^stn nnvn frnsh nflvunliiKt'h. Shops nnd. -oslabllslimenta sfrving Hie public show new nnanclal ftnlns. Oood deeds will benefit the doer, too. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquar- lusl—Your- Urnnuj Lays '.'steady" In procedure and method. Sensibly control all emotions and nctlclty. Br decisive when you know you are right. Blessings lor the earnest one. . ' Isn't earned or be unreasonable in nny FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Plsces)- dcmand.' But today docs favor normal Your natural talents and inventive gen u — ^ - 1 - id cheer, lean help you and others to new.!"""*' frc»h iidvuntiincfl—nrek "G-eorgcy Porgcy" in the Mother Goose rhyme is supposed to refer 200 File Appeals To Salvation Army Over 200 applicants have filed np- pcnls for food oriel's nnd CTirlsunns relict nl the Salvation Army Citadel,' according to Major Elmer Wall, commander'. He .added 175 families have already been sent food orders, and that an investigation is being made of about 40 other families. The to King George I. s, check is necessary to make certain of the need, the extent of help necessary and to avoid duplication of help from other agencies. The annual Christmas parties nt the Citadel nnd Outpost will be held Thursday night, Major Wall said. At the Citadel, 115 North Me- chunlc Street, the program will begin at 7:45 p. m. The program will include a play, "Carol Mix Up" and a, treat will be distributed. The Outpost, at 511 Virginia.^ Avenue, will hold at 7:30 p. m. Following the program, candy, fruit and a toy will be'given W each child and gifts distributed to adults. Local Tire Workers Win Maryland CIO Positions .Harry E. Castle, a member, ol Local 26, United Rubber. Corn, Linoleum and Plastic Workers of America, CIO, was redacted a vice-president of the Maryland. District of Columbia Industrial Union Council jn Baltimore. A. E. Johnson, president of the. Kelly local, was renamed to the board-of the state council McCrory Store Employe* Receive Yule Bonuses' . Sixty-six McCrory Store employes,, have received Christmas bonuses; totalling $1,080, according to P. E.' Myers,. store manager. ••-••• ;; Amounts or thd Christmas grant* ranged from *5 for six months service to $55 for'ten-or more-years service.' Three '• employes -received the large amount, Myers said. About 200'McCrory stores in the country, received ' the annual. bonus in. • accordance with custom;. AUGUST 23 to ' SEPTEMBER 23 (VIrgol Promising ror artistic things, social affairs, ne'eexsnry shopping, 'especially favors preparations • for Christmas. Good and happiness-today. Advance in jour worl;; ilnlsh incomplctcd matters lor " htippy holldRy. Blesslniisl YOU BORN" TODAY: Have n nice dig BLENDED WHISKEY Has Had No Peers For fifty Yean ILEHDIDWHISKET-85 PROOF-70S GRAIN HEU18AL IPHI1S. 10SEPH S. FIHCH 8 COHHH<. AU8DIH, FA. GIFT SUGGESTIONS T/ie Music Shop Suggests RCA Victor Records You have hundreds of titles from- which to choose. Or , give a Victor record Gift-Certificate end let your friend select a favorite recording or album.' Why Not Choose the Golden-throat RCA VICTOR RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS $99.50 For A, "Merry Cfinsfmas" from 35 Baltimore St. Phone 3230 For Busy Shoppers From E. V. Coyles Stock and assortment of most items still complete. Check these lists for home amTgm | needs. You are sure to find just what you want in home f " rnl ^^ a ? d ^^^"l^^ I Coyle's. Delivery in time for Christmas guaranteed/Shop from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. until Xmas * Eve. V'l ^'- YEAR-END INCOME WILL EARN fAORE INCOME if depositecHn a Second National Bank Savings Account. " ' . This bank has been protecting the funds of men and women in this area since 1865, and its service as well-as its safety has deserved their approval. You may open an. account here with any amount.' i ' • It is the regularity with which you add ; to your balance that deter- mines how successful'your efforts to save will be. SECOND NATIONAL BANK . m«ii«.i«MirYr SXSTBM AND FF.DERAL DEPOSIT rsstm/vKcr. CORT. GIFTS . Priced From A se.oo 0 Book Ends... 2.49 Pottery Vases ...2.95 Bed Lamps 2.75 Desk Lamps 3.95 Smooth Cut Can Opener $3 Mirror Jewel Boxes.. 4.50 Jr;;? Foot Stools.... 4.95 Durham Card Table... 4.75 Silk Floor Lamp Shades 4.50 Lace Table Covers.... 4.75 GIFTS ... Priced From 5 $ to 10 .00 Brass Base Binell Carpet Kitchen Step Stools.. 5.75 Desk Chairs ......... 5.95 Novelty Lamp..... 7.95 Sweepers 7.95 Wool Scatter Rugs.... 7.95 Chatham Blankets.... 8.95 SJ Coffee Makers.. 7.95 Hassocks 7.50 Table Lamps....... 7.95 Magazine Baskets 7.50 Clothes Hampers.... 7.95 Chrome Kitchen Stools 7.95 Metal Smoking Stands 7.50 Cabinet Smokers 9.75 Mantle Lamps 9.50 Plate Glass Mirrors... 9.75 45 Baltimore Street GIFTS ''... Priced From Studio Couch Covers Sunbeam irons Waffle Bakers...... 35-pc. Dinner Sets. Table Lamps... Hassocks'...... Si9ht Desk Lamps Floor Lamps... Rockers, Record Cabinets.... China Base Lite ?;°" Place Sets Stands ....... Lamp Tables Telephone Sets ^ Cabinets...... Bookshelves...... Decorative Mirrors. 11.50 12.95 12.95 13.50 13.50 13.50 13.50 14.85 14.95 16.50 16.50 17.50 17.50 19.50 19.50 19.50 19.50 GIFTS... For The Home And Family Drum top Tables.... 29.50 Tier Table..........22.50 Platform Rockers . 34.50 and Ottoman ... 59.00 Chair .... ..79.00 GD T Book Cases...... 31.50 mmm pA Waterfall 1)001(0 A7 J)H Kneehole MCdlVO ....,-.. -»••»**. SrDesks..^ 65.00 Gredenza Wall Desks 97.50 D"k"id"" op Secretarys 97.50 Cedar Chests..... 49.50 Blankets 12.50 ^Wardrobes 64.50 Close-Outs for the CHILDREN'S i ROCKERS $3 75 Less Ihon half price—woven || fibre - rockers for-.tiriy tots. g • -*• CHILDREN'S Pedal Cars $3^5 •; : -| -Less than half price—fup- ";;|j for the tiny tots. ''.'-'| SHOOFLY ROCKINQ HORSES $3-75 "4 Less 'than-half price—baby ;3| will love one of':these."""" CHILD'S DESK and CHAIR -• •« Less thon half price — matching-desk and.chair for ^ the small child. . CHILD'S BENCH & TABLE | $4.95 j Less than half price—play | table with attached bench.--'-j TIE'S

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