Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 18
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, HEX THAT CKA2V FOOL TO t?0?! PUCK, PIUIN6 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 Dial* PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Ttktr Women Cause Education Problem At Florida "Y" • JACKSONVILLE, Fla." OF>—When the YMCA started an eight-weeks course in night school it was some' • what surprised at the response — three men and 21 women signed up.: • The group is studying photography, bait casting, square dancing, ballroom dancing and bridge. ACID-INDIGESTION?; Take fcflS4 BISMA-REX Prompt, prolonged relief for Kid-upset stomach. -4% M. JH 89 C FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberland and Frostburg to DANCE Privot* »r clou in>lruction in all formt • «f ballroom and stag* dancing. • Skillful m*n and wom«n ihitructors. '!..:;'..'......'.,..."... . ..•' MOVER DANCE STUDIO 231 S. Mechanic St. They'll Do It Every Time DO A JOB WITH HIS EYES SHUT,/WD THERE'S KARY A .WRI'MKLE IN IT— " NOTHING TO' IT WHEN YOU KMO\V YOU'RE HOLDING UPTR4FFIC 4VERV 6OOD JOB- VOU'RE ARTIST — By Jimmy Hatlo GET A L04D OF HIM TRYING TO REFOLD A RO4D/M4P— IM-POSSIBLE/' Kindergarten Boasts Six Sets Of Twins SEATTLE OP) — Kindergarte problems were really doubled u at the Lafayette School. Six sets of twins'are enrolled. It doesn't bring confusion to ih teachers, though. Each pair is sep arated in classrooms. The princ pal said that helps their educatior not the teachers. Two of the se are boy-girl combinations. . Dorothy Collins' Paycheck At Copa To Be Tremendous South Cumberland Residents . It's more convenient to pay your telephone and slectric bills here. Cumberland Savings Bank Mtmbtr F.D.I.C Modern Castle Planned .NAGOYA, JAPAN-WV-City officials are going to reconstruct a famous, 350-year-old castle destroyed by an air raid in World War II. It will be an exact re- production except for two things- two elevators to-hoist tourists to the top of its five-story tower. During the Cretaceous period there was a : rich plant life in ; som«, arctic areas; notably in Greenland. PHONf PA 44370 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiu : • ' si j For Thanksgiving |j : Nancy's Home Cooked = \ Full Course m -*r = ! TURKEY $|Z5 1 j DINNERS J. I • Compltt* with Horn* Mad* Pit ~ ; Strvtd Thursday From 11 A. M. i ! Nancy Whetseirs i \ Restaurant I : 119 South Centre St. = 'm 11 mmiii i mi ii i ii ii mini i in i M niT 2 GREAT HITS!! LAST TIME TODAY![ JOHN WAYNf in "THE SEA SPOILER' BOB MITCHUM in • 'FIGHTING COMMAND'! It's Not Too Late to Make Your Contribution to the Cumberland Community Chest. Help Keep the Agencies Functioning. Mail it to 514 Liberty Trust Bldg. or Phone PA 2-2700 SUPER 40 7:00 9:20 CINEMASCOPE _ AND — * TECHNICOLOR * "Knights OfThe Round Table" * WITH * ROBERT TAYLOR * AND * AVA GARDNER STARTING TOMORROW! ANOTHER GREAT EMBASSY TRIPLE FEATURE! ON OUR NEW WIDE SCREEN! HIT NO. 1 — IN CINEMASCOPE I TYRONE of the TERRY MOORE MICHAEL RENNIE LOOK.... BY JACK O'BRIAN 'NEW. YORK — (INS) Dorothy Collins Hit-Parades onto the~ Copacabana floor December 22 for her biggest .paycheck to date (except for Vegas, where salaries are just ridiculous) . ''Caine Mutiny Court .Martial" was just tremendous, all hands perfect-, with .Lloyd Nolan..and Barry Sullivan cited . for perfection beyond the call of TV duty ... ABC-TV has big Sunday night plans for a children's spectacular... -.• .-.••• : Johnnie Ray is smiling as who wouldn't to get $10,000 as Martha Raye's guest star tonight. What intellectual can still look snootily down his horn rims at TV after Maurice Evans', fine pro- duction of "The Devil's Disciple" on Hallmark. Theatre?. The production and performances were impeccable, Shaw's HCA. Victor Ntw < brthophenicHIgh Fidelity "Vlclrolo" . Phonograph. N«wl'j Laboratory-Balanced : :"hi-fi" for. riallitlc.•„•"••. __ ::lound rtproduction.' •'.-' P..:".fanoromie 3-Spiaktr ; Syiltm. Floyi all 1 :.• ';'•.-'-' iptidi. Mahogany or . . ' . : , : light ookfirmh. Stand. • iixlra, 4HF5. 5129.95 Othtr Phonographs from ...$19.95 UYAWAY NOW FOR CHKISTMASI SHIRT Laundered F-R-E-E IF WE RETURN ONE WITH A BUTTON MISSING SHIRTS rt*. IIDTC STILL 111! 10 ONLY (CASH & CARRY) psychological reverse - English playing prettily among the talents of Evans, Ralph Bellamy, Teresa Wright, : and Dennis King reveling in .the meatiest, if not longest role in the romp, as bright 'on '55 TV as behind 1897 gaslights. Liz Montgomery, ?ob's talented tike, is engaged -again— to Warner Brothers for a few-pictures. . What's My Line tried -..to spruce itself up by scrambling the panel in eaclrothcrs' normal chairs, and J. Daly holding, up little-' signs ("small conference"), but the playing's the thing, and the. playing .was sprightlier than ctistom- ary. . . •• . B. A. Rolfe, the famed original Hit Parade maestro, is in the hospital for a series of operations expected to make him happy-go- lucky again. . . The Nielsen Oct. 11 ratings give the Mickey Mouse Club a fantastic and unprecedented record — split into quarter-hours, the little Disney rat won all top 15 ratings! Exclamation point indeed. . . Hal March gets $7,500 for his "Dream Girl" acting (on Hallmark) two weeks from Sunday. Home Style Cooking ••. as you like it! HOME MADE PIES BROOK'S 77 N. Centre St. CAFE Junior Woman's Civic Club Thanksgiving Dance Benefit Friends Aware FRIDAY, NOV. 25th ? until 1 Cumberland Country Club Art Shofer'i Orchestra TICKETS AT THE DOOR CRYSTAL A Big Turkey Dinner PLUS HIT NO. 2! •>AMUEL'GOLDvVYN ,•..The flaming story of border war! GARY COOPlfc Thanksgiving Dinner. SERVED ANYTIME for Central Lunch & Dining Room 71 North Centre St., opp. City Hall • . "•• . .»to WALTER BRgNINAN'- DANA ANOBEWS.'' j PLUS HIT NO.. 3! ; GOT A WAND HIW fELLA!\ Mariqrie MAIN.* ChHI WILLS I SYCKBS MUSIC STOW 22 N. Centre St. Dial PA 2-1340 DIAL: PA 4-1400 Prompt Action FT. WILLIAM, ONT.-MV-When a fire alarm is rung from McKeller hospital all Fort William's fire equipment goes into action. This time they found the alarm had been sounded fro ma box in the reception lobby by a frightened six-year-old boy, tired of waiting for his parents. I THIS -GENTLEMAN PREFERS GIRLS! NOW TOMORROW ONLY... SEE BOTH "THE VIEW FROM POMPEY'S HEAD" AND... -M** JENNIFER JONES ^MNY TRIED...BUT ONLY ONE SUCCEEDED... SEE HOW SHE DID !T IN ROBERTSTACK SPECIAL STUDENT DISCOUNT "GOOD MOHNINO MIH oovr .t j;M4iOO.»:iS JUST SHOW YOUR I. D. CARD "vitw FROM POMPEY-S HEAD" •> ]7:3(M!JW:U DOYS! GIRLS! H ^ THANKSGIVING SHOW FRIDAY MORNINO, NOV. JSth., »:JO A, M. || "CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH AND POCAHONTAS" | 3 STOOOI COMtDY • OUR OANO COMEDY FEATURE TIME TOMORROW 12:00-2:00-4:00-6:00-8:00-10:00 Prices For This Attraction Adults: Mat. Weekdays 65c SAT.-SUN. and Holidays 75c Children under 12—25e The The well-known stage comedy ; is now a very funny M-6-M picture starring What ;;>£ every "•girl ' :: jt sets fori'3'" every ;?; man! "•'*, .'; K 8«ed on the PUy by MAX SHULMAN ind ROBERT PAUL'SMITH And Presenttd On the New York Stiu by CLINTON WILDER STARTS TOMORROW WEDNESDAY in COLOR and CINEMASCOPE! LAST TIMIS TODAY : "ThrM Stripn In Tht Sun" wrth ALDO RAY N 'J

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