Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for * WANT AD Ttkei •MISSIONARY — ''Miss Carol . Harding, member of the Inter- American Missionary Society, will speak on situations in Col., ombia • Thursday, December 1, through Sunday, December 4, at 7:30 p. m. and on Sunday at 10:45 a. m.,.2:30.p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Films .will be'shown at each service. '•..•!' Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel 111-at- eas'e because of loose, wobbly falsa teeth. FASTEETH. an improved Jilka- Ifae (non-acid).powder, sprinkled on your.plates holds them firmer so they feel more comfortable. Avoid embarrassment-caused by loose.plates. Get PASTEEXH today at any drug counter. Advertisement CASH LOANS TODAY! $50°° 52,95 a Month . *'' '•„•".'.. .'•'• - 24 mox. •••- - • ' -. lorgor amounts on simitar term* - LOANlRVICE . Incorporated -^ '-?: 7S9;E; Main Street '• FROSTBURG — Phon« 1594 18 South Liberty St. CUMBERLAND—Phon. PA 4-4200 Assignment: America Thanksgiving Eve Is Best Time To Review Good Things Of Life (R»g. U. S. Pot. O«J ' : By PHYLLIS BATTELLE NEW YORK. (INS)-The trouble with Thanksgiving Day is th^l there is never time to be actively, thoughtfully grateful, until evening sets in. And then—faced with the carcass that was a turkey and the stuffed complacency that is you— there is no urge to count blessings. All you want to count is sheep. For these reasons, it's rather nice to devote the day before Thanksgiving-proper to running over the good things in our life. One by one, you dig them out from the drab overgrowth of mistakes and painful memories. And moment by moment your nerves get calmer, your eyes get softer and the view from the window gets lovelier. To do it up right, you have to unearth the good things from the itart ... . I am thankful now, for instance, that a collie bit me when I was four. To prevent my . developing dog-nerves, mother and dad bought me a collier<of my own from whom learned, years, the through 14-heel-tagged nobleness of animals and the fineness of. personal loyalty. ' - • ' : • ••• ;. I am grateful for poison ivy. It taught me to. watch my step, .to realize that all that shines is,not lovable, and to .hit.a : golf ball right down the center. ' I am thankful that,"at an early age, I was conned into giving my FUNERAL FLOWERS Our Specialty :';";'.'':•• VY;;'.;U'" Arthur Bopp 1621 Bedford St. PA 2-5414 I older-brother a small dime in exchange for a big nickel. From this shady deal, I learned the dangers }f greed. I am grateful, to my parents for calking me out of my first* love. [ was 11 and emotionally unstable. He was Bing Crosby, and already married. . I am thankful that nature gave me a round nose, little eyes,, an uninspired figure and no talent. Otherwise I' might have been a movie star and that's not my idea of fun. '••:'. ...'•• I am equally.happy that I was born to a comfortable home, but not a wealthy one. That's not my idea of fun either; I am thankful that my grandfather offered me a pair of skates if I would read The Bible—and that he never'quizzes me today oh how much,of it I remember. . I am grateful . for.;. Beethoven, Chopih; Gershwin, .Mozart, Rodgers & Hammerstein and almost all the music ever created, in; this world,".with ;the exception of istwo- part inventions by Bach.- / :;..''•' I am thankful that rain'.makes me sad, lhat'wind .is exciting, that some men are still gallant,..some ladies still- tender, that peanut butter -can ; - bring nostalgia, that President Eisenhower is improving and so is television, that ho one is perfect and that hot even the horse can : predict whb's going to win the sixth race at Pimlico. : Most of all, .1 am thankful for life. It'was' right 'there—just when : wanted it. ;. . ' ': •' '.' .. . Loons $300 ond .loll made under the Maryland. Small loon Act. (Md.) GET UP TO $1000 plus . .. LIFE INSURANCE-NO EXTRA COST ON LOANS $300 or LESS ;&>; Phone for 1-trip loan. Upon approval, | 'pick up; cash.'Loan .custorti-tailbred v to i' Kyour needs. Plus, your Jife insured att |no extra cost on loans $300 or less! ]j jPhone, come.jn today! ; up FINANCE eo. ( /e»Kma/flNAN« to) Additional Stock Offered By WM The Western Maryland Railway Company has announced a plan to raise 5& million dollars by offering stockholders the right to subscribe to 123,597 additional shares of company stock at S41 a share. Western Maryland common closed at $47.50 yesterday'on the New York Stock Exchange. Rights will be granted to holders of first 7 per cent cumulative preferred stock, second 4 per cent non- cumulative preferred and common stock on the basis of one new share for each six shares held, regard- less'of class, on the record date today. Subscription rights expire Dec. 7. . , Baltimore . & Ohio Railroad, which controls Western Maryland, will subscribe for 55.696 shares of the additional shares to which it is entitled- as holder of 334,177 shares of Western Maryland stock. The offering of the remaining 72,901 shares is being underwritten by an investment group headed by Morgan Stanley & Co. ENTRANCE SO. CENTRE ST. 2nd Fl., Rooms 202-204 « Phone: PA-2-0721 OPEN of Cumbtrland (Tiki el«T»«or to 2nd Fl.) CUMBERUND . LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY BLDG. Ask for the YES MANoger fVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT—PHONE'FOR EVENING HOURS Loam made to rciidentj of all unrounding • towni OPEN SAT. Nor,26, Dec. 3, 10,17-^9 A. M. until-! P. M. E- on this G-E AUTOMATIC WASHER Trial Requested Qn Larceny Count A petilion for immediate trial in Allegany County Circuit Court has )een filed by two men from Frankin who have been held in county ail since November 8 on larceny charges. Their case has been set for Monday, November 28, : court attaches Indicated. "••-.The men are Larry KrMayhew Jr., 27,'and James Leonard Ziler, 21. .Their attorney is Louis. A. Fatkin. : State Trooper Milton G. Hart arrested the men November 8 at Iteir homes with the aid of Chief of Police Burza Hanlin and Officer Richard Householder of Westernport. They are charged with theft of copper; brass and babbitt from the Campbell Coal Company. Poice said they have admitted stripping two diesel engines and two large generators over the past two months. . The machinery was owned by Abraham L'. Feldslein of Cumberland, who had bought it from the coal company. City Hall Offices Are Being Painted Several offices in the City Hall are getting a paint job. The Civil Service, Associated Charities, drafting room and assistant engineer's'office, on the second floor of City Hall, are being painted with "eye rest" green. .The rotunda was'pairited gray recently after the Honor Roll was moved to the Allegany County Historical Society headquarters. Marriage Licenses Edward Lee Chenowelh and Wilma Lee Jewell, both RD 1.' Frederick Eugene Hook, Baltimore,, and Sandra Jean Yocum,' McCoole. •, Paul Ray Keafer, RD 2, and Shirley Rae Ash, both Somerset, Pa. . ' : . Harold Lee Hull, 34 Virginia Avenue, and'Nancy Louise Hamilton, 203 Mary Street. Dance Scheduled By KC Council Cumberland'.Council 586, Knights of Columbus, will hold its annual Thanksgiving dance today, beginning at 10'p. m.. The : committee in charge of arrangements includes Lawrence E. tfeiger, John : F."Vocke, Joseph A. So'ethe, Thomas E.. Simon, Joseph T. Sirna and Leo T. Powers. Admission is open : to members and. friends. . On Friday evening, the council will hold a calico party in ths cocktail • lounge with dress being optional. •• •."•,•• •"- ' Music will be furnished by Mrs. Clara Fisher. The committee in charge of arrangements is headed by Sidney H. Storer Jr., assisted by Thomas E. Carney, Thomas J. Dunn, : James E.. Coyle and John W. Stotler. .•:::.: Six District M fen Enlist ; In Various Army Branches Six men of this section have en-j listed for Army service.; • William Vernon Stump, . 801 Frederick Street, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.;Stump,.has enlisted in the Medical Corps.' He plans to complete his study of medicine after he ends his military service. Gerald J., Loibel, 924 Bedford Street, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Loibel, also enlisted in the Army, requesting service in the Signal Corps. He has'completed a year and a half at Frostburg State Teachers College. Arthur K. Smith, Eckhart, reenlisted at the localoffice and applied for immediate service .in Korea. • Robert Wills Jr., Flintstone, arid Robert. .Allen McNemar, New Creek, WiVa.,, each enlisted for three years, requesting service in an Armored Division. Robert Peer, Augusta, W. Va. enlisted for. three years in 'the Signal Corps. Army recruiters.; explain that qualified -men; and women niay now enlist and select their own branch of service, technical school, and assignment. ' ' ' • • Wood, has been found to be'a good insulating material because it is composed of many cells containing dead air spaces which retard the passage of heat and cold. Nose Sufferers AVOID LIFE OF MISERY DUE TO NASAL CONGESTION Find Oirb! Relieve Sinuj-like Tortur* —.l?«tr« Rejoice. Supply Rushed Here. Relief at last from torture of nasal miserj. cjogeed nose, painful pressure,-messy drip, dratinaire, head cold; bay fever-»nd other sinus-like symptoms of distress due to n*M.l congestion is seen in reporu of luccesi with i formula which .has the power to reduce nasal conpcestio*. Men. and women with »so- nizinc, • sinus-like misery, headaches, inflamed nasa! passages, sore nostrils, hawking, sneerinz due u> nasal congestion tell of blessed relief after usinic it. KLORO.VOL (caution — use .as directed) costs 53.. but- considering results; is not expensi™. KLO- KONOL 'sold with money-back zuaraiite* bj Ford's Drug Stor«i—Cumberlond and Frbttbiirg — Moil Ord«i Fillid Cut out this ad ai» your reminder . V.'i '""" CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! Deposit Weekly 1.00 2.00 3.00 loo 10.00 Receive in 50. Weekr so; -100; 156, 25"0. 500. The Liberty Trust Company CUMBERLAND Member F.D. I. C. LONACONING Member Fed. Res. System Toys are found at HILL'S yv I ".• $4 AA Holds Any Item I.UU 'Til Christmas FARMALL MODEL TRACTOR '32.95 $36.00 VALUE WEATHERSTRIP with jrowr fi*§ trfip BIG SAVINGS - BIG CAPACITY • : Walcr-savcr control for small 'loads ' • Famous G-E Activator Washing action gets dirt . out . • "Float-away" Rinse and overflow drain keeps dirt out -•'•'...';'•''.' • 5-year protection'plan \ • "Completely automatic and • .backediby. famous G-E dependability Free Customer Parking • '•.'..yjuit" Above' Our.;:,:!'.' ; Virginia Aye. Store .*• REGULAR $299i95 95 WITH YOUR OLD WASHER •)*; NEW STORE HOURS Mon. thru Friday 9 A. M. to 8 P. M., Sat. to 6 P. M. Cumberland Electric Co. Virginia Arc. at Second It South Liberty St Phono PA 2-4191 Phone PA 2-6162 Eliminatfi unhealthy, foel — Mortit* yonr windown. erproofs i> witxlow in Mcond« »' •o little <x»< . 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Breakfast Chairs; wrought iron/plastic ;•>'..'.' ."'5.00 1 Unfinished Breakfast Choirs .......-.'...'.... 3.50 Unfinished Dinette.'Chairs .....:.. ........ 5.50 ! Rag Rugs, 28x36 inches ; ... 3 f»r 1.00 .:." ' • ''- • ' \ • _ -.' • •'.'''-.' . "' • '. . -.':.-, -'- ; Rag., Rugs, 24x48 inches .;. i.........;.. 2.75 - ;: ":/• : ... .' : - ; :''\. : • '.•"''.' .•- : •'"' •'• • ' :': ''•''"' •Wool. Scatter Rugs,'24x48 inches ......... 4.95. Dresser Lamps .-; ...<.. pcir 5.00 SHONTER 1Z8 N. Centre Si -I r

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