Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 11, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Tik«r EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, FRIDAY* NOVEiMBER 11, 1955 THREE Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis New Heart Association Officer The appointment of Mrs. Ora Mae Lewis, as executive-secretary of the Allegariy-Garrett County Heart Association has been announced by the executive board of the organization. A' graduate nurse, Mrs.. Lewis has been active in medical, nursing, civic and community work. She graduated from Allegany High School in 1937 and Allegany Hospital School of Nursing in 1940. f ck e took graduate work in opera- g room technique ,at Sibley imorial Hospital, Washington. She served as an operating room nurse at the.; Church and Home" Hospital in Baltimore and later was medical and surgical supervisor at Sacred Heart Hospital here. A • teacher-trainer for the Mary. land League for Nursing's Nurses, Aide project for a period, Mrs. Lewis had recently, been working as a nurses 'aide instructor on a part-time basis at Sacred Heart. In her volunteer civic, social and community work, Mrs. Lewis is Civil Defense Nurse Coordinator for District 1, Maryland State Nurses Association and American Red Cross Bloodmobile venipunc- ture nurse in this area. She is a member of the Sacred Heart Nurses Alumnae and has served as secretary the past ten years. She holds membership in District 1, Maryland (State Nunses Association, and is a board member of the American Nurses Association. In addition Sirs, oewis is a member of the American Red Cross and active in Red Cross work. She is member and immediate past secretary of the Cumberland Soro- ptimist Club: a menber and past president of Lambda Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi; a member of Johnsons Heights Parent-Teacher Association:: of the Woman's Republican Club, Trinity Methodist Church and Gleaners Sunday School Class. Mr-s. Lewis succeeds Mrs. Betty Kirk who resigned from this position after five years' service. She will spend several days-in Baltimore at the headquarters of • the Maryland Heart Association,. and then will assume her activities at the heart office in the Clark Keat ing Building. Atop the dome of .the national Capitol is the Statue of Freedom, made entirely of broaze and weighing almost 15,000 pounds!' MOTICTS YOU* CA* FtOM FRItZC-UPS. ACIOS, <UST AND COKtOSION Tremendous SELECTIONS! Buy NOW on Our Layaway Plan National Stores 16-18 Wineow St. - 428 Virginia Ave. M*Tt«J« HOLIDAY SPECIAL Have Your Child's Picture Taken Now for Christmas Come in while school is out and be ready with grand gifts for than who love your child. 1/2 PRICE SPECIAL 2 DAYS ONLY Armistice Day & Saturday 2 photographs f CA reg. lLOOW«vV ont 3x10 vignette, on* Uttar-iii* No appointment needed Photograph Studio—-Fourth Just say "Charge It" - Use your new Gharga-Plate •^ .'-* ' ••• ' -'' *^ - ' •" • ..' . .. ... 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