Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 28, 1948 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 28, 1948
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 194S Phon* 4600 for a WANT AD Takw Bishop To Visit Local Churches ^Bishop J. B, Showers, Harrisburg Ea., outstanding bible teacher anc lecturer and; .a bishop in the Evangelical United ' Brettiren Church •will be speaker at a union week ol prayer services at five South Cilm- berland Ministerial Association, the Rev, Allen .B.' I>. Fisher, secretary, announced today. - General theme of the services will 'be "The Dynamic Leadership of the •Holy Spirit." ' - Monday, January 3, Bishop Show ers will speak at Grace, ^Methodist Church on the topic, "Sovereignty of the Spirit." The sen-Ice January 4 will be held at Living. Stone Church of the Brethren. The topic will be "Primacy of the Spirit." January 5, at Bethany Evtm- .gelical United Brethren Church, Bishop Showers will discuss'"Incarnations of the Spirit," At St. John's Lutheran Church on Tanuary.6, the speaker's subject will b« "Separations of the Spirit," "Empowerlngs of the Spirit" wlU be the topic at. the concluding service January 7 at Second Baptist Church. > Soap manufacturers estimate that •when women wnsh dishes or clothing, she usually uses n, solution of one drop of soap to about 100 drops of water. Word Led To Another . * Turn 1 Backward, 0 Gags., In Thy Flight By ARTHUR "BUGS" BAER Here are a couple more early predictions for the vintage political yeai of 1948. March 15—There was a cry of reform within the Republican party. March 19—The Solidified South is fed' up with the national politician who Pullmanizes'the state with one hand on his -heart and the other on the bell-rope, March 28 —• Jim Farley's early training as Haverstrawj iirst baseman, qualifies him •' to"' chase the other man's overthrows.' . . April 3—It's the' same old power politics. A burned child- dreads the hot stove. But where else can you cook? '••-,', ;' April 5—If • straws show which way. the ^wind blows you'd, better get yourself another hay stack. April 10—Bob Taft. has opened his mouth pretty wide' but the' other candidates arc rapidly closing the lap. • ' •' April 20—Unless the candidates stop their Improvements they will be ike a 1 runaway'mule on a short wharf. They are going to run out of platform. • April 22—That Republican circus is putting everything it has into the street parade. May 1 — If consistency is the bugaboo of little minds many aj candidate rates a larger hat. ,• May 5—The present political line-1 ups make me shudder like an awn- < ing in.a hurricane. May 6—The . House voted Itself; the; right" to .look Into 'all. govern-1 merit' secrets, before Mr. Truman learns them from newspaper, col- -umr,Ists. May 20—The ir.onkeys that see no 'evil, hear no evil, and spealc no evil,' will have no fun in the barrel with the other monkeys. May 30—The candidate endorsed, 1 by the Commies is like the old lady with the bow legs. Embassassed by her support. June 2—World war between radio commentators and things in general has been postponed to permit both sides to atomise their stock piles- of misinformation. • . June 10—The right of free speech does not give you permission ,_to drop a -lead slug in.-the telephone coin slot, June '14—A reactionary buys oats for a dead hoss. A progressive is the same guy with a whip. Baltimore Pike Firemen Elect . The BaUimore Pike Volunteer Fire Department elected Harold Valentine president last night in .voting at the Fire Hall. Other officers elected are Martin Gordon", vice president; William Connor,' secretary;' Leslie HinkJe, treasurer; Joseph Brunner, fire chief; Lawrence Shanholtz, assistant fire chief; sergeant-at-arms, James Michael; Harry Wilson, dele- gate to county association meetings; Harold 'Valentine, alternate; Harry Wilson, Harold Valentine, Perry Wilson, R. N. Wilson, Boy Charlton, delegates to the state and county conventions, and Martin Gordon, William Connor, Hiram Wakeman, Lawrence Shanholtz and Arch Broadwater alternates. The location of the nesting grounds, of the whooping crane; North America's rarest and talles bird, is still a mystery despite in tensive search by prominent biologists. Two CIubs;To BejShowa Soil Conservation' Movi« . V . • ^T.-.^- 1 •' ' • • . The AUegan'y County-Soil Conservation office will;show' a movie; "Raindrops and :,SpIT.Erosion", at'- two. meetings'Sthis >eet .Stewart Delbrobk'.Trtil show it at a meeting olJthevMt.;Savage Liont Club Thursday night"and .Martin. • Gordon will have charge-of. the program at a meeting of;' the • Squar* Circle Sportsman's Club, Eckhart, Sunday afternoon. Clearance Sale Dec. 27 Thru 31 25 o REDUCTIONS AND MORE /( Payi To Cross The Town To The KLINE FURNITURE CO. 405-413 Virginia Avc. Phone 2708 on' Suites, Chairs, Rugs, Beds, Bedding, Sofabcds, Kitchen Items, etc.' THE STORE OF FRIENDLY SERVICE AS ADVERTISED IN McCALLS Dole Pineapple Juice .., ..... ...... .46 £n'39c Dole Crushed Pineapple .......... x o2C an29c Nescafe Soluble Coffee.... ........ 12 %J1.09 Gerter's Strained or Junior Foods ...... ...... 6 for 55c Sc«Uits Cleansing Tissues ............ P k*.rf4oo25c Scott Tissues ........ -.:;.- ...... rou s 29c Cut-Rite ' ' . Wax Paper ...... i 25 rt .>ou21c Vermont Maid Syrup ....' Cashmere Boquet Soap ......... ............ 2 Allsweci Margarine .............. ..n,37c 24 o Z .bou.e 49c BEADY TO EAT Picnic Hams 39c, b FRESH PORK Sausage 43c lb LARGE PASCAL Celery 25c No. 1 New York Potatoes JU peck E. V. COYLE'S . .'.45 Baltimore St. ^^f^^s^^s&^^&j - Today's Foremost GAS HEATER Cost Iron Combustion Chamber' Ont Piece Cast Iron Burner Down Draft Divertcr and Humidifier Automatic Safety Pilot . Circulates and Radiates Heat A.G.A. Appruvcd Mod* 1040. Input capacity 40.000 to. p.r bow. A DELAYED SHIPMENT of MOORE GAS HEATERS Three sizes only —20,000 —30,000 and 40,000 BTU sizes, now available. Heats 2 to 4 rooms or for extra auxiliary heat during extreme- cold weather. Burns no more gas than many old style open flame heaters de- livers vastly more heat. Quantities still limited. Order Yours Today. E. V. COYLE 45 Baltimore St. WEDNESDAY . ... . . . Sensational Value Giving Event That Keeps COST of LIVING DOWN! BIGGER VALUES—The Largest Clearance Selections invars is OUR ENTIRE STOCK JUNIORS, MISSES' and COATS and SUITS NOW GO AT AFTER CHRISTMAS REDUCED PRICES 1- Get yours—Wednesday—select the coat you've wanted — Now — Select from the season's newest all wool fabrics, and colors. You'll buy exciting values in the grand selection of coats ,and suits. A mighty value giving event. Be sure to get yours! Misses and Juniors Were 19.97 to 34.97 NEW FALL AND WINTER Were 24.97 to 49.97 > NOW NOW SUITS... A selected group of suits are here for you Wednesday at 9 A. M. Out They Go! Dresses for every occasion in this selected group is here for you In this sensational dress sale. Exciting values . . . terrific selection. Every Fall and Winter dress . . . now ... at the, lowest saie price of the season. Get yours now! Were 8.97 to 16.97 NOW NOW Misses and Juniors Were 5.99 to 10.97 DRESSES A selected group of dresses ore here for you Wcdncsdoy at 9 A. M. Out They Go! and OUR ENTIRE STOCK—Tots', Boys', CMds', Girls' and Teen-age! Every coat set and snow suit... now . . . reduced frr quick clearance, think of it, not a coat or coat.set reserved ... a sensational value giving event ... Be here for yours Wednesday! Sensational REDUCTIONS Throughout Boys and Girls Departments! Save on Dresses, Sweaters, Skirts, Boys 'Coat Sets, Boys Wool Jac-Shirts, etc. Many items reduced for Wednesday at 9 A. M. Were 8.97 to 29.97 NOW to

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