Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 24, 1948 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES,' CUMBERLAND, MJU., MlJMY, JJECJCJviBER 24, 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Christmas Parties Featured In Cumberland Tri-State Area Residents of the Cumberland tri-. state area were completing arrangements for observance of ( trie Christmas holiday today and several events have been held this week by- organizations. Among these was the community treat, yesterday for thousands of youngsters by Cumberland Aerie No. building. Forty members of the Eagles, comprising the Christmas committee, assisted the trustees, Francis H. Schultz, John A. Hagcrpvere shown. provided entertainment and refreshments were served. guests yesterday afternoon of Crcs- aptown Legion Auxiliary and Crcs- Ovcr 1,000 children from AJleganyjaptown Firemen's Auxiliary at the and Garretf county towns were en- cresap Park Theater. Each child tertained yesterday at the Strand Theatre -by Voiture 164, Forty*and Eight Society, at a Christmas received a Christmas treat and saw a motion picture show. the annual will be issued and clothing, toys, and some orders for coal and wood will be distributed. Major Wall said he will du:y a; the Citadel. 115 North Me- chanlc Street, Christmas morning The Ordnance Department of the U. S. Army was founded by'act of Conoress in :812. The Eagles spent the, best part of the dax-distributiup to children of the area treats in -a stocking filled n-lth nuts, candy, popcorn and .11 orange. When 3,000 stocking were distributed and the youngsters kept coming, the Eagles obtained -1,000 boxes*- of animal crackers', 1,000 packages of nuts and more oranges, so that everj' child received a treat. During the morning, the Eagles entertained 250 patients of the Crippled Children's League arid 150 wards of the Associated Charities. Two public health nurses, Miss Grace Hardy, Hartman and Miss Arm and . Miss Jeanette Bonig of Associated Charities assisted. Fire Chief John Brcunan had a crew of firemen on hand nil day to assist the chDdren. Police Lt. Raymond Johnston was in charge of a police detail to direct traffic and guide the crowd outside the D-A-N-C-E Saturday Nite V.F.W. HOME MT. SAVAGE — Music By — Ray Wempc's Bond Dancing 9 to 12 ADMISSION F-R-E-E Members and Guest Sincere Holiday Greetings Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio • 119 S. Liberty St. Phone 2812-R Glenora Inn Christmas Eve DANCE Bring Your Friendj to tht Glcnora —> 2 Miles Out on Valley Road Dancing 9 till' 12 Bter — Lunches — Wine % They're all raving! \ about J Beverly Stu 11 "^ ^ First Lady of the 5 Accordion- -' | RENNIE'S |j COCKTAIL LOUNGE ^ Baltimore at Mechanic |? ^ NEW LOW* PRICES k ami jonnswn, in making me fuian possible. . , •J Alusic -was furnished by Harold Windstanlcy and his orehestra dur- iig.the afternoon and Santa Claus, • on hand to help greet the kiddies. Celanese Loca: 1874. Textile Workers Union of America, CIO. entertained almost a, thousand children ? its annual party yesterday aftcr- ' noou at the union hall, ij Children began to arrive in tlie , 'morning and waitrl in joyful anti!• cipation for the opening of tile c - program at 1 p. m. ' 5 ' With WUliam E. Meagher chair• man of the Special 'Activities ' Committee, as master of ceremonies. ; a program of music, dancing and s .recitations was presented. - 1 Paul Glessner. of the traffic and E labor department at the Celanese plant, impersonated Santa Clatis 1 and presented gifts of candy, nuts y and orangss. Mrs. 'John G. Thomas and a group • of women of the union -were host; esses; ' • . . c '. At the annual Christmas party - sponsored by local Odd Fellow lodges Odd Fellows Temple. South Mechanic Street, 125 children received a treat from Santa • Glaus. • Mary Catherine Steckman's Dance Studio 77 BALTIMORE STREET WISHES YOU ALL -A Very Merry Christmas! The; various Legion posts in the Mountain District furnished transportation for the children, including 400 crippled children who were listed with the , Allepany County League for Crippled Children. Miss Jeannc'tte Bonig, executive secretary of the Associated Charities, furnished a list of children to the Forty and Eight Society who were invited to the . event. • ' Charles G. Smith, cheminot na- tionalc of Voiture 164 was chairman. The Strand management contributed 'films and facilities and, em- ployes of the theatre donated their services to the program. Some 550 children attended the Darty held Wednesday in the Maryland Theatre' by Tonkaway .Tribe No. 120, Improved Order of Red Men, • • A treat was distributed to the children after a lengthy movie program which included plenty of cartoons. Cresaptown area youngsters were Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Year's i from John Edgie .and JACK at the new DOLPHIN BAR 107 N. Centre St.' * XMAS DANCE * SATURDAY NIGHT Dancing 8:30 to 12 o'clock Music by 'Doc' Kenny's Serenaders STATE ARMORY '. : to take wire of any persons or fam- — = .—„ —, ll-es who jr.ig-hc have been missed. The children were each giver, a .tree lighting program and Christ-! Fire Chief Brennan said yester- box of candy and-Santa CJaus ap- mas treat will be -held tonight fit r'" "- ' ' ' " ~ ' |peared. Special Christmas fllms 7. The Cumberland Moose Band I will play. Th. affnl is sponsored by j hand the Ridgelcy Firemen. Ridge'cy Lions Club, BJdgeley Rod and Gun Club ' and Knotaley Mountain Post No. 136, American Lesion, Numerous organizations are providing Christmas baskets today and toniglit for needy and unfortunate 1 families in the area. Working largely tlirough official agencies. "It is believed every needy family will be remembered. The Salvation Army yesterday began, delivering Christmas grocery orders and food baskets to needy persons of this area, Major Elmer Wall said the Salvation Army has helped more needy of this section this Christmas than in any year of its history. At least 250 orders or baskets BANANAS . . . $1.98 Bunch . Also 12c pound. Hager's at Lovers Leap in the Narrows. —AdvcrLlscracnL N-T Pec :s-23-:i day that members of the Cumberland Fire Department will be- on hand for the Amvets Christmas party )ie:d this afternoon. Movies ar.d entertainment have been arranged. » The elephant's ordinary silent gait takes him 'through the jungle at 15 miles nn hour. Butterfly .fishes often swim, in pairs. from Nancy Whctzell _ CIRCLE DRIVE-IN floierf Christmas Until Tuesday the 29th OPEN Every Thursday and. Friday Nite With Music Box MINKE'S Cottage Inn Christie Road ROUND & SQUARE DANCE Every Saturday Nite DANCE Christmas Nite (and New Year's Eve until ? a. m.) FAIRGO TAVERN Music by Jiggs Retalick and His Trio CIRCLE INN Make Your Reservation NOW for NEW «$. EVE-DANCE. Limited Setting Capacity The AMBASSADORS Orchestra $4.50 per couple tax incl. Phone Evenings 4006 or 475-J (Closed All Day Christmas) STARTS T • I A Twin Hit Xmas Show Of Variety in Entertainment The Whole Family Will Enjoy [LAH^T""^^ 1 •J-j'i/V'""*, "Wii from the Employees and the Management of DARNELL'S MARYLAND ,EMBASSY ,- THEATRES - Was The'tanpr Man A Blessing...Or A Curse RdWsOH-.RU.SSEU-LUND c|S !.&£$ ks;** Starting Tomorrow-Xmas Day PLUS SECOND HIT! Round and Squar* DANCE Christmas Evt and Christmas Night MELODY MANOR ... MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL... LAST DAY CARD EN 2 - HITS — WITH — CARTOON brnufho laimcn Andy MARX MIRANDA RUSSELL • TOMORROW—BIG GAY CHRISTMAS SHOW • 5-HITS • LAUGHS! ACTION!THRILLS! • 5-HITS HopQlonq (oivdy Picduilioni picit.il WILLIAM 60YD HOPPY1HOUDAYL COLUMBIA PLUS-LAUGH-HIT - /<,VDR*V FUMO4TA WEEKEND R<hn*d Ihra UnKK) AiUMl EXTRA! • 2 CARTOONS • EXTRA! STARTS SUNDAY—PLUS CARTOON AND JR. G-MEN "Down To Earth" M ,"The Gangster" TEOWICQtOR ... as the rugged gran-r devir of the highlanda is captured in all its breath -tailing beauty! AT NOON A Special Holiday Program Packed Full Of Xmas Cheer I ^€ Darnell Tfeafa > CC/MB6KLAND -MARYtAMD 7MVUS *.. as &en battle against tbft raging torrents of an angry river! presents EDGAR KENNEDY' IEON ERROL FRANK1E CARLE and hu OrchtUro PAT RODNEY" MJGUEUTO VAIDES HAROLD &10LA JESSE 4 JAMES flYNN, ROYCE t YANYA^ ^ -n.JInlroiutln, J^£ JACK PAAR Laughs! Dancing!.Music! > Novelty! Songs! « v>^ '$& _**"*'r - Mt. Savage Road CUMBERLAND - MARYLAND SPECIAL PRE-CHRISTMAS TREAT DANCE THE ELDA CHRISTMAS NIGHT * Muiic by Tht Aristocrats Phone 3227-M' THE FIGHTING ANZACS -in- HILLS /7 £ctu*ie f /tte&tic SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS! ?&\ IT STARTS ROMANCE ,.. as a man is torn between two loves, Ms sweetheart and his lifelong ambition!. T O B AY THE "BUTTON AND BOWS" SHOW!' m r fL bo-niitd. ^^^ u^. starring' SUSPENSE ... you've never seen Lassie in such thrilling scenes of action! ORCHESTRA TONITE at the HI-DEE No Admission No Minimum No Cover N. Mechanic St. Opp. Bui Tcrmino! 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