Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taktr Hagerstown Girls To Tell Grand Jury About "Drapes Boy Gets $2,227 Price For HisChampion Steer TIMONIUM, Md. W—With' sheep and hogs and most of the classes of cattle competition disposed of. Two divorce decrees have beenjactivities at the Eastern National The Schluderberg-Kurdle Co. of Baltimore got the final gavel from the auctioneer when it bid $1.98.a pound for the big bull. - HAGBRSTOWN _ . 14 and 16, came up before the 'Two Divorce Decrees grand jury here today to tell about _ _ such things as the carving of their.issued lij court .- -boy friends' initials on their arms! I,; *„' legs with razor blades. L S — ~- c^ u Fc^t:'~wlni7red>ivestock Show concentrated on _,,,._ The girls call themselves "cats. ^ ;LCO Combg obtained a divorce iHcreford cattle today. denoting they ^'Washington --'gangs. Their particular gang is;^" 0 d^ifdren. ' !tle.~and for this afternoon the" sales i •'Club 13." They were arrested on, ^^ A Mfly wgs gjven a ) of , heu Marv i and Hereford .Breed-j Advice on getting rid of black -.^delinquency charges. -,'divorce from Margie S. Mav. Twofers' Assn., and of-American Here-;\ v idow spiders has been sought by -•- State's Atty. Tom Kaylor said: ? suils werg dockc { ed 5n |f 0 rd Assn. feeder calves. !a number of persons in calls to the ,,. the girls were scheduled to go be- rf - Bi , ]s of complaint v - ere fjledj Yesterdav, John Scott -McWhin-joffice of .the AUegany County farm fore the .jury m connection with: Davjd m&m Djve]ey against : n 16 . vea " r . 0 i d 4 -H Club bov fromlagent. ' ^ mV ^l ga l!. 0n , 0 l te e n -!!! ta r;Erma Lee Diveley and John V. Orion. Ill, sold his Red Royal,' u i ~ »^ * nf . nr'"-"" ^ uiiiu;) vuit"»=" ° u..u.ww, • ;Aclvises Ou Killius ey belong to one oi; from Mildred Marie combs c.nd hej Scheduled for this morning wasj . County's^ "drape^| was a | SQ given custod y of their!judging of Hereford breeding cat-iBlack Widow Spider . - ities. This m urn. is part of a . Catherine L. Hani" ° probe of "police sieeds in •Hagerstown." he added. Police officials also were among "' • witnesses to be called by the .jury. Property Purchased Tihich has been directed bv the * ' . . . courts to recommend possible en-! Ralph G. and Ethel M. Cover calf and feed it for a year. The they cause little harm as long as grand champion steer of the show, for S2.227.40 and a net profit of They have been found in warm places such as near furnaces. Assistant County Agent Merrit N 7 . I Pope suggests first that the person almost two thousand dollars. McWhinney spent a total ofjsvho sees a black widow spider about S300 to buy the Shorthorn]should not get excited. Normally; Local Racing Pigeons Given Several Tough Tests A series of seven races for young birds has been completed by the AUegany Racing Pigeon Club un-; der adverse' conditions. The lofts were hard hit by losses and slow returns. Only three lofts homed birds in race time on all races. Town View Loft, of Galen Beeman at Lonaconing compiled ihe best average speed for the series. Excello Loft of M. M. Green was second best and Mac-Arthur Loft of C. A. Smith finished third. The first two races v;ere 100- mile flights from West Union, W.! Va. The next two were 175-miles j affairs from Athens, Ohio. Then; came a 225-mile flight from Chil-j licothe, Ohio. Then followed the feature race ofj the series, a 300-mile flight from Cincinnati, Ohio,' which was designated as the Captain J. "J. Me-! Atee Memorial Race in memory] of one of the club's founders who! died this fall. Everyone of the 69' pigeons in this race; wore aj special SO-cent bond purchased a the start of the season. Only s! homed the first day. Winner was Mac's Lf.ddie fror. the Mac-Arthur Loft in whic. Captain McAtee had been co-owne; with Smith. The top speed was 1123.43 yards per minute. Then came a second race from Cincinnati, which proved to be the hardest race of the season. No birds For A Natural PERMANENT W. Stock th* Following • s Pcrmantnt* and R*f!llt • TONI — PROM LILT — SHADOW RAYVE — RICHARD HiiDNUT— BUTEE MARVE and others RAND'S lined the first day and only five ;e second day. Winner was Jerry :om Town View Loft,, averaging 36.52 vards per minute. The club will start its old bird series next May 1. Officers for 1956 will be .elected at the .December meeting. ' "• ADVERTISEMENT People Here Get $50 to $1500 Now for Early Shopping or Bills With the Holiday Season near, a special "Shopping Money" plan is now being offered by Aetna Finance Co. "Worthy individuals or families may get $50 to $1500- immediately to use for; shopping or other ' : n e e d s. ^Persons with bothersome bills or . high instal- ment payments are invited to use the famous Aetna "Bill-Payer" jplan to clean up bills and debts iand get a fresh --tart with lower payments each month. "We like people," said the' Aetna manager, "and want to help everyone get rid of money worries and have a happy'Holiday." Local and near by residents : wishing to use this _ service, phone or see the Aetna 'office, 48 N. . Centre St., .Dial PA 4-5800. . Loans over S300 to $1500 made • under Md. Industrial Finance/Act. 1 Cor. Baltimore iand N. C»nfr«. •• breakin*-and-entering one-half per cent lindane solution the jurv probe *tpPPCP«tC««i«lp<«^^ SAVINGS PLENTY LOU'S EVERY 1-Vtl W STORE !S A FABULOUS WONDERLAND OF TOYS! USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN-A ^MALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR TOYS U AUTOMATIC Shooting Arcade CLARINET Precision made magic reeds', always Hoy ?r> tune. Strong break-resistant material. .Full scale plus A & C plus. Over 18" long. Easy to play instruction booklet and lyre music holder. ' ' ' T1168 -S^FrT'jff^Hi.- GOLDEN TRUMPET Beaux Art Paints Deluxe set with metalized Lazy Susan palette, plus big supply of poster colors, crayons and paper. TJ30 Precision made, measures over 14" long,-has powerful, mellow tone. Complete with instruction - booklet, music holder. Extra heavy gold finish. 2 Til 63 28-pc:- set that transforms ordinary fruits : and vegetables into 1001 hilariou* characters. FRUIT FUNNY FACES! Mr, Potato Head c GOLDEN GLOGKENSPEIL S- JUNIOR LINEMAN TOOL BELT . GROW SHOOT 2 2 Til 67' Complete with gun and corks for ammunf- tion. Crows sit on farm fence. When hit, they spin and fall off. 38 T278 Over 25 inches long.. Precision tuned. for full tone. Comes with 2 mallets, adjustable harness,' detachable carry pole. In carry case, with instruction and song folio. T284 GENUINE, REGULATION MAINTENANCE GEAR IN MINIATURE. EXTRA HEAVY FULL GRAIN LEATHER. ADJUSTABLE BODY BELT — 22" TO 30", FULL SIZE TOOLS. T404 Enclosed In transparent plastic cover. Continuous action is ' provided by self- feeding a u t o- matic p is t oj, M easures inches long. • SPEED FIRING • SAFE Musical Doll Cradle $|58 T83X Musical . . , chimes r I n fl_ when U i* rocked I All me;at with cut* decorations. AUTOMATIC "BURP" CAP GUM ' Only automatic l cap gun made . ... 50 shots at trigger touch. Noisy fire- bursts and smoking barrel. All metal working parts. Easy to load aod fire. 3 T4M 24 INCH HIGH CHAIR € T1217 Witti lifting tr»y and footrest, decorated back In two colors. Will hold dolly for her feeding time! I K K • K: K I LOOK AT THESE AMAZING DOLL VALUES! LARGE 18" TODDLER • BEAUTIFUL HAIR CAN BE COMBED, g WASHED & CURLED! ,With life-like latex skin, sleeping eyes and hair that can be washed, combed, curled. And she cries for mama, too! Compares easily with dolls. ;. . 7.95 Value! 24-Inch Doll! SARAN HAIR — CAN WASHED CURLED & COMBEDI T134 This beautiful girl hns on un- breakable' oil latex lik« body, sleeping eyes, long lashes, she's dressed in chcc^ ed rayon taffeta with «m- broidcred organdy pinofor*. AUTO FIRE TRUCK • REMOVABLE SADDLE SEAT USE YOUR FIRST NATIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT » ALL STEEL COttSTRVCTIOf •WITH BELL AND LADDERS A ride-'em truck 'junior san guide by the steering wheel. With thick rubber tires, bright red finish.^ Bell clangs long MM]' loml* 6 .66 T1354 78 RPM ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPH GAILY CCIORED PHONOGRAPH WITH ON-OFF SWITCH. PLAYS ALL 78 RPM RECORDS . 1 ..EVEN THE 17-INCH. ONES. ALL METAL HEAD AND ARM FELT COVERED TURNTAUt WITH PERKY DECAl TRIMMINGS. ' , ' Other Phonographs to 11.95 TRUCKS - SHOVELS LOADERS GRADERS • Auto Transports •-•-• TUM 89c • Load, Dump Truck "»? 1.29 • Hi-Lift Loader . T « 2.49 • Conveyor Loader •• ™» 3.69 • Cattle Van Trailer WITH VOICE .' -. :... T1330 1.89 • Army Transport Truck LARGE SIZE ., ............' 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