Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 5, 1949 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, January 5, 1949
Page 18
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY. 5,. 1949 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Police Boys' Club To Hold Banquet Morgan C. Harris, president of the -Police Boys Club, has announced . that the annual dinner will be held Sunday, January 16 at 1 p. m. in St. Mary's recreation hall. Harris, who will be master of ceremonies, said 100 are expected. The entertainment program will include moving pictures, vocal numbers . by A. Florian Wilson, trith piano accompaniments by Miss Rebecca Dantzic, and a quiz program with prizes. Wilson'will be quizmaster. Mrs. Madeline Guggenhoimer, treasurer, is in charge. Officer John H. Stitcher is director of recreation lor the organization. The date for election, of officers has not been set, although it will probably, be some time this month, Harris said. ' ' . Miss McGee Joins WAF Miss Catherine McGee, 322 Virginia Avenue, who -was recently sworn In as private- first class, is the first woman in the area .'to enter the Regular Women's Air Force. She previously served from April 1944 to December 1945. ' . A barkhan is a traveling mound, -or dune, of loose .sand. Some in Egypt have been known to move as'much as 30 feet-a year. One Word Led To Another * •* * * * . * ' * * * The 1949 Look In Europe want to be a boss. It is something ity' that we nix the proposition of like a captain's table in a life-boat.: One-Europe. Natura'.ly we have left, Add Snain Germany Italy a nd lRussia out of £hc blueprints, and Acd fapa.n, ^crmanj ira.jy aiio. Russia has never By ARTHUR "BUGS" BAER We 'all wonder just what chances world peace have in the maelstrom of co-operative reprisals. 'They are just as good as a : transfusion from a turnip. 1 First from everything, history has no record of a satisfied loser. That very fact puts us behind 'the eight^ball with sea-weed in . our propellor. Diplomacy is ' the. profession of postponing , the inevitable. Forks were invented .when potatoes got too hot 'to 'hold, I am always proceeding on. the thesis that America is the greatest and most powerful nation in the world. And will be for century. I'm wrong, James, my hat and coat. How would we 'Stack against a United States . of Europe? That's a's Improbable as any other picnic in the rain.. ; • Don't forget that France turned down England when it had nothing to pawn and a losing ticket to prove it.. It-was during the Dunkirk exit. France, was in that debacle as deep as hip boots. It was .then Churchill published one of his great ' shllls urging a French - England federation. The [French tfurned it down like a dude's snap brim. I concede it was a Vichy regime. But Vichy has always been a v national water. . • I ; Today, such an amalgamation is no closer than book-ends in.a seven-foot library. Each country would SERVICE on ANY TRUCK RAUPACHS Different languages, customs and traditions would louse up the details before the umpire announced the batteries for the day. So it is with under-nourished reluctance 'and semi-comatose authov- GINGERBREAD made with DUFF'S GARAGE To start year right and to insure your future financial 'security, .open a First National Savings Aceount now!. . ' The First National Bank MEMBER FEDERAL , DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 1 37 OF CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Founded 1811 YEARS • Qf COMMUNITY • MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM SERVICE Therefore, when making out your vacation,plans lor. next summer it would'be a good idea to sleep lightly on two chairs. Arid always be ready to take the first rumor out of town. ' • The need for a waterproof material around bathroom showers, which first became popular in the United States after. "World'War I, Owls swallow-whole pieces of their prey intact. The.flesh is assimilated. during digestion -while bones, • fur,. feathers.and'other Indigestible por- greatly spurred clay tile production!tious'are. formed into pellets and and sales. ! regurgitated. PHILCO RADIO GRAPH $259 50 with AM and FM Qne tone arm plays the \revolutionary new - long playing records. , .. 45 minutes of music from both sides of a single record . . /and a second tone arm plays standard'records. Phiico.Balanced Fidelity Reproducer for long playing records brings in highs and lows and reduces,surface hiss and needle noise. Philco Automatic'Record Changer 'with self-adjusting.spindle handlesup to 12 records. Sensational new FM system gives amazing freedom from static. . ' . UP TO 15 MONTHS TO PAY! After the required down payment is made. 9HI N.C€NTR£ Cumberland Cloak and Suit Our Greatest Coat Sale now in full swing ... with the most spectacular savings ever .. .choose front hundreds of coats... Brand new coats . .. Smart high fashion coats ... Richly furred coats ...Fine ^trimmed coats . .... Coats for every occasion . . . and every one reduced exactly 5O % PRICE Regular 49.98 Coats price, now .99 Regular 79.98 Coots y-i price, now ... . . , Regular 59.98 Coats Yz price, now Regular 69.98 Coots ]/i price, now .'. . . . 29-" 34.99 Regular-89.98 Coats Yz price, now Regular 99.98 Coats Yt- price, now 39-" 44.99 49:99 We've staged many a January Coat'Sale (twenty-one, In fact) but never one like this! It's creating a furore of excitement! . . '. Fashion-wise . . '. Bargain-wise -women are raving about the values they're finding at the C. C. <£ S.. . . . Hundreds of coats. . . .many 'brand new . . . purchased'just this week and'priced at .Va their regular worth . . . Richly furred dress coats . . . stunning u'n- trimmed dress and casual coats . .•. Wonderfully,warm all wool gabardines ... coverts .. . suedes . broadcloths . .' .' coversheens . . . Black and all'the most wanted colors . . . Sizes for juniors,. misses, women and larger women. Select your new winter-coat now. • ... Sale! OVER 1,000 PAIRS OF OUR FAMOUS and REGULARLY 5.95 TO 8.95, YOUR CHOICE 2,98 First'time reduced". . . Over 1,000'. pairs of our finest' Earle and American Girl shoes : . sharply reduced for this" January sale . . .'Scores';of styles , . . . dress . . ..-.casual . . . and.spor.ts type .';..'..• Black and 1 colors .•. . All sizes, in the-group.'Shop. • early for best selection. •. ' ALL DISPLAYED ON TABLES GRLAIVD CLOAK AND SLIT STORE

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