Phone 4 GOO For a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1948 SEVEN Local Hospitals Plan Festive Observances During Holidays C7 ^ Holiday observances at fthcgnny and Memorial hospitals got oH to an early start last week and more festive plans Have been mut.o as Christmas Day approaches. Convalescent patients have as- nssisted in decorating trees in all o'epartments ol Memorial Hospital. > Tonight, at 7 n group of Girl Scouts •mil sine: carols throughout the hospital. Student nurses will carol In nil departments-Christmas morning Irora 6 to G:30. Memorial Hospital's holiday observance began Insl Prldny. with ix purty. arranged by student nurses lor the nurses and 'graduates. Including a musical program, Jingle party and dancing. • Approximately 100 patients at Memorial will be served turkey or chicken dinners Christmas Day. Attractive tray covers -will be used. Favors, supplied by the Woman's Auxiliary, will consist of candy sticks, tied with red ribbon. Aliegany Hospital also began U* Christmas observance early with n children's party Sunday, by student nurses. Santa Glaus distributed gifts to .the la children present, and carol singing and games concluded the program. Funds were contributed by the student, nurses and alumnae. Monday night the student nurses held a jingle party fit live Allegany Hospital Nurses' Home. A large tree has bean sot up 1n the.nurses' quarters, and the chnpe! is decorated with -Nativity scenes. A public address system being installed at. Uiu AllcKimy Hospital switchboard Is expected to be ready for use In broadcasting' carols Christmas Eve. » y $&£ - Route 219 PRE-NEW YEAR'S DANCE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30 featuring MARTH NORRIS Her Accordion and Orchestra From 9 till ? ine Grove Between Boynton and Meyersdale NEVER SO BEAUTIFUL W I -and Greatly Underprized! Newest Holiday H A mat AT Jn All The Newest Colors for Every Type Woman (Others $1.98 to 515.00) FIELD'S ]19 Baltimore St. If saving means anything to you— | then come Saturday to Field's. 'LAST MINUTE for the family from Lamps ... in brass, tolc, "milk ylass and poUery i, Chairs ... Occasional, lounge and desk Rugs . . . scatter rugs in braided wool .... Needletujts in cotton or-jwool Bedspreads ... Cabin Craft Needletujts in many beautiful patterns Pianos ... Spinets and consoles including Weaver, Hardman and Winter Hammond Solovox ... Hide-away Love Seats Sofa Beds Mirrors Cavalier Stow-away Chests CONVENIENT PAYMENTS IF YOU WISH Pianos £/Furniture 13 Frederick Street DELIVERIES INCLUDING DEC. 24th The Christmas Day dinner menu 'or patients and nurses In that lospital will consist of turkey with ill the trjnin~.ir.us. Carollers from it. Patrick's School will visit the .lospital during the Christinas season. Approximately 250 Christmas food jaskets and grocery orders will be Isti'lbutcd by. the Salvation Army, .vltli a number of tiie baskets 1.0 -be distributed Friday from 9:30 a. m. •.ntil noon at the Citadel. North Mechanic Street. The baskets will contain such ;taples as meat, potatoes, onions, ?offee, milk, sugar, rice, beans, peas, ml bread. Children's parties will be held t.o- norow at 7MS p. m. at both the CTItudcl nncl the Virginia Avcnuu Outpost, according l;o M;iJ. Elroiir Wall, commanding officer. In addltlor., approximately .90 Christmas bnslccls ;ire bclii[j distributed by Associated Charities wiUi the aid of a city truck crew. Miss Jeannctte Bonig:. executive secretary, said the baskets co.itain A small ham. canned foods, uibbaai;, carrots; oranges, candy and other items. Distribution of the basfei.s wns made possible by Cutnbcrlnnd tociRC No. 03, B.P.O. Elks; Fort Cumberland Post No. 13, American Legion, various Scout troops, churches, social and civic organizations and individuals. Over $235 in cash has' been received by Associated Charities to help make Christinas happier for thu underprivileged, wl.th Individuals and orKfiiilzatlons ociHrlh!il:ln;< nmounl,!] mr.Klntf from SH to ?S. r i. Ml«s Bonli? commented Unit, tin: Christmas spirit Is uppermost In everyone's mipd. "If we ncerl any-. thing, all we have to do Is asl tor it," she said. The inmntes or Allesuny -':ount.' institutions will be served turkcj dinners on Chvistma.s Do.y—with all the trimmings. Prisoners at the county ' jail- about ten—will hove their turkei .dinner Christmas afternoon. Some iol the prisoners will b3 rc."le!i.scd In time- to spend their Christmas nt home. At the county home and Sylvan Retreat the more than 200 inmate;-, will also have turkey dinners and, in addition, several social service groups ar-2 expected to distribute gifts and sing carols. No turkey dinners ure served :it the city Jail us most persons unCortuiia'U: ciiOUKh to become embroiled In incidents Avlth city police c.re released by. trial maKl.st-iil.es Ij-ol'orc the holiday. Chosen Friends Lodge No. 34, and Uliapel Hill Lodge No. 53, IOOP will icld a party n.0 the Odd Fellows Temple, South Mechanic Street omoiTOw at 7:45 p. m.' GrO'.tp singing, dances by pupils of the Stcck- •nan Studio and a visit by Santa Clans .will feature. Franklin Groves wjll be In charge and members ol' CoKax Rebulcah Lodge, No. J, will assist in serving. Tomorrow ' at 6 p.' m.; Pulton Myers Post No. 153, American Legion, together with five other organizations will hold a party at the ,egion home for Negro children. Kill the ItCll (Scabies) WithSzficic/e m'l 1 , 1 ,",,, 1 " 11 ,'!? vrormmUtm Icllln In 30 nlnui.™ thono Itch miles with H cainm in oonmct. Buy . o,, Commerce, aa. (Adv.) BANANAS . . . $1.98 Bunch Also J2c pound. Hager's at Lovers Leap in the Narrows. . . 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ANN PAGE SALAD DRESSING NXJTLEY OLEO- California Nave! Oranges • doz - 53c SwcclMuiey Tangerines doz - 25.c Cape Cod Cranberries Ib 25c Gi:mt Pascal Celery Crisp Head Lettuce ••••• 2 ™*- 25c stalk 25C Yellow Sweet Potatoes • • 3 lbs - 29c Yellow Onions 10 lb b °9 49c English • Walnuts ••••' ib - 41c Sunnyfield Sliced Bacon •• Boneless Canned Ham • • Ready .To, Eat . WhoSe Hams Ready To Eat Picnics Super Right Chuck Roast ••'• Rib End Pork Loin • • • ; • • • Super RijTht Ground Beef •• Fresh Dressed Fryers -•••• JANE PARKER SAMTAGLAUS CAKE 1-39 See"it JANE PAJiKEIl CHRISTMAS COOKIES JANE PARKER FRUIT CAKE <TB lb. $6^.2 *» cake «* BRACH'S CHERRIES CHOCOLATE fKffic lb - vyvJf box HARDIES HuRD ItilX NESTLES, BAKERS CHOCOLATE POPULAR CANDY BARS > /!< * r or ^&v JANE PARKER CHRISTMAS CUP CAKES for .TANE-PARKEK MINCE MEAT PIE JANE PARKER FRUIT CAKE lb. §rt.5 cake . «* i LARGE CANDY CANE 2 fol . HARDIES FILLED MIX PRINCE ALBERT SH3QKSNG TOBACCO HOLLY CARTER CHOCOLATES lb. tm - (Tiftpkg. -a . -"• IRK 'Tis the night before Christmas, And Reddy is there Behind every outlet, With power . . . and-to spare . Yes, ready to light up The bright Christmas tree That the youngsters for days Have been waiting to see. Ready for service On this Christmas Day, As all through the year, The electrical way. Reddy brings you our greeting . In this little rhyme ' ' With all our good wishes At Holiday Timel Listen to "The Electric Theatre" Every Sunday Night 9 P. M.—WCUM—H90 On.Your Diot'.
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