Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 21
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 TWENTY-ONE Registered u. S. Patent Office. 3 A 7. U A; 8 " Y 6 T 2 • w •4 I 'S'" "^ 2- O -. 3. .'• i 4 I'NvL ••- 5-;. s ;-'L.-~ 6-" 7'.; Y ' .4 U ; 7 . O 6.;- O; .7-v 2." 2 ..'P % 8 A ;u 3 N 'V 3 .A'' 5 . R • 8 H ' 3 K 6 7 6' - 4 : A • 't- .' Y • Y 6 P ••"'IT •••• -.•/ «*..• '- •' T i i•: " . ' u : 6 ''• A.. 3 .. V S; 7 . 'o ..;• Q" ; 7 ,-• 'o.L 8 ' !O •", '.4 5 •T •4 T s« R 8 T. o P 6 . S •H tj . N. U 8 R 4 I 6 R 3 P 7-A: 2 ' R 5 A 2 V 6 B 7 I o V 6 L V S ' 8 . E .7 G 5 A • 3 G 7 E 3 Y 5 N 2 R. 4 G . 7 D • 4- P . 8 ; T 4 R ..« T 4 .0 6' E 2 . N 5 I 4 5 U • 4 Y H ERE"is"a.;pleasant little game .that will giv'e'you a message, every jd'ay. It-is a numerical puzzle designed tp"sp"ell otit your fortune. Count the letters in ypur first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4; If the number is less than"6,;add 3. The result is your''k'ej number. Start at the'.upper, left-hand corner of the rec- .'• tangle and check : ever'y,one of your^ejy numbers, left to right.' Then : read;th'e message the letters under the'checked figures give you.' :•,.', ; : '-&i,' f -'' O 1955. by>Willi»m J.'MiU*ri'6'ulribiittd by : Kini Ft*tiirtt. Inc. 11-13 '•'•t : 4 O ' 6. U . . 5- .O 2 N- 7- T 6 T . 8 I -'-.T, % 4- T 7 O o-. ':: "A"' 3 W 2 I8r ;Fw ..-8 G' < 3, VR: -. . 2 •. - 4: S 7 R fit x;3.; .-N-TJfj — - 2 'V 5. E 3 E 8 H 3 , ' S : M- jfe; : S L -;'-N ^fi^-iP^ .. .6.-R"- 4 E - T 2 R :-6- .. .7. , • D .-. O ' 6 G O. ...5 •: '-.Dj. 3 6 '•'I •4 ,E 5 N ^ 5 V 2 " G V O 3 - 8 -••IF •'.• 7 O,. 3 ' R S . ;• .-7 2 "H 1 6 'K ..7 , "3 ' . ,0 5 2 3- G. b . R'' 8 .Y-2 L .6 O . 7 R 4 H a E '.. 3 "T •2 b Y \I ; o A 3- A'-" ;-.4. 6 5 E :. 3 H O 4 Y . V 0 8 ,R /''8 •. L «. •E t Tele vision Highlights ... '- . • -. * •• • • * WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER-S3. WSS" . . ' ' Tbciit itlerlslon tUtlngt if* compiled from proeranu (urnUSed by UK •ttUom Ttw Tune« If not respoBtlblf for tatt changes. '" .' : Skirt or Petticoat! • TJERE isa pleasant little -game .that will give you a message every • JT1 day. It is'a numerical puzzle 'designed to spell out your fortune. "Count thejefters in your first'.name, If trie number of letters "is 6 or - •:'rnore,'subtract 4. If the number is less'than'6, add 3. The result is '. .your key' : ;itJimber. Start aWhe;;-.upper left-hand" corner of the rec- '-''tangle 'andicfiecfc every';pne of-your key numbers, left to right. Then ."read the message, the letters under the checked figures give you. 'O 1955, by Williim J. : 'ilVli<ir;Diitribut»dby Kinf STATION KDKA (Pitliburfh, Channel I) • .: . TODAY 5:00 Lone Ranker 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 News , 6:05 Buzz and Bill 6:30 News 6:45 Pitt Parade 6:55 Sports ' 7:00 Superman 7:30 Time Out ' 7:45 Memory Melodies 8:00 Screen Playhouse. 8:30 Doug Fairbanks ". 9:00 Huoyon ; Theatre y : 9:30 Groucbo Marx .." 10:00 Steel Hoar . ' 11:00 World.Tonight-• 11:15 Feature Theatre -I ;..• A.M. • 12:30 Sports-Final 12:35 Swing Shift ' • • „• ••. ' TOMORROW 7:00 Garrdway 9:00 Wayne Griffin 10:00 Garry Moore 10:30 Woman's Angle 10:45 Arthur Godfrey - ll:OO^Hpliday Parade ':. . 12:00"News. •? ' '-.-•., 12:15 Cartoons . . . ' Jj I J2.-30'Search -Tomorrow 12:45-Guiding : IJsht '.••'•.'<• 1:00 Let's Visit. ': ••' 1:15 Kay's Kitchen : • ' : 2:00 NCAA Football J ( STATION WSVA (Hirrieonburr. Channel TODAY 5:00 Pinky Lee 5:30 Howdy Doody -6:00 Western Trails 6:45 News, Sports '6:55 Markets, Weather 7:00 Break The Bank 7:30 Masquerade Party 8:00. Arthur Godfrey" , . 8:30-Burns and Allen ."• 9:00 Climax .. ' .. 10:00 Tights - - . 10:'45 The Playhouse 11:45 News, Sports TOMORROW 9:45 Film Theatre 10:15 Holiday Parade. 11:00 Thursday Film 12:00 Lions-Packers 3:00 Dawn Of America 4:00 Brighter ..Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 OB Your Account TOMORROW ' 7:OO.Garroway 9:00 Little Rascals . 9:30 Romper Room. . 10:00 Ding Dong School . 10:30 Search Beauty 11:00 Holiday Parade. • 12:00 Tennessee Ernie 12:30 Feather Your Nest " 1:00 Feature Playhouse •2:00 NCAA Football STATION WTTO (Washington. Channel ' S)' Railroad Gr6up Elects Officers! .t i .-Jij-;^ ...-•-. s-.- .• -.{'/j-'fj-; v-'pfficers-.of Mountain .-Diyisioh-^eV' BrSFherHood of-Railroad Trainmen; .*£.--.-.•...; ' ' ; . • . . -'•-• .'./>.^,;.,. •wejrer'elected at a'.recent meetirig;:a{ Hill Hose 'House\; V.Narti *'' : £^&tiffiy:\ , ..'yic^pr evident';; Blizzard, r secretary, and Earbfd "K. .Ritter, treasurej-.-^and legislative '/feprfesentatiye. ' " White was ;'named.- alternate, legislative ' '" Property Sales Deeds ReGprded - ; j'Deeds recbrdecfc in Allegany County Circuit -.Court .reveal the following, property transactions: -Property, on "^ashington Street, Ffostbiirg,' has- been -sold by Charles -. C;.-- and Mern' Stewagt do Nor- Dert G. and Audrey;M; Hochendoner; property, in 'Potomat ; 'Park,,Ad ; ditibn-.from Itpllan:J...ancLVVirginia L. Newcomer'.-to Floyd ^and. Effie^ About 44 meirjtfers;. attended; the meeting, and?a;>stag '.night -party was held. /'•.'•!••&'* -•.-.- '.^ •;';•/{ ••••• ; The next ^meeting .y;ill v "be held December 5,;.^nd-':th ; e; : new;.pfficers will-j begin .jUjeir two-y eai; ;; ;terms' . a t a meeting "January Jd^v". '..:.•:. Almost Everybody Listens To 5000 WATTS 1270 On Your Dial No Down Payment for a New 1956 PHILCO TELEVISION at STEIKLA COMPANY 218 South Mechanic St. 3) v'Camberland Cable 5) TODAY 5:00 Lamb Session v 6:00 Hoppity SSlppity - 6:30 Cindy Lou's Ranch 7:05 Matthew Warren 7:15 Yesterday Newsreel 7:30 Counterpoint 8:flO MilUon Dollar Movie 9:30-The Story Teller 10:00 Mark Saber 10:30 The Hunter 11:00 Matthew Warren. 11:10 Featurarna ••'. -, t . - . TOMOKROW 9:05 Morning Hymn . . 9:10 Serial Theater • '9:30 Looney Tunes 30:00 Acadamy Theater '. 12:00 Looney Tunes '12:30. Serial Theatre . '12:43 'It's Time To Eat . 1:00 Two In A Row 2:00. Ladles Be Seated 3:30 Flame Theatre 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm : 4:30 On Your Account . STATION WKC (Washington. Channel 4) (Cumberland Cable 4) . TODAY 5:00 Pinky Lee 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 Footlight Theatr».: 6:45- Weather, News . . 6:55 Sports 7:00 Little Rascals 7:30 : :Eddie Fisher .. 7:45 News. Caravan 8:00 Screen Playhouse 8:30^Father Knows Best 9:00 TV Theatre 10:00 This Is Your Life 10:30 RUdwest Hayride • 11:00 News, Weather 1:20 Sports 11:25 Les Paul, Mary Ford 11:30'Tonight Property on -Caroline Street from Robert ^L,.,,. and-;Elma : V. Jones to Lomari'lL and.-Beda.RIi Ritey, and property -on/Williams Street from Spencer ,G. .and Anna-M: Eossell to Robert 'L^and Elma'.y., Jones; Divorces Granted;. Equity Divorces which have been granted in - Allegany County Circuit Court include/Ralph "Mi Vandegrift from Leila-Gi Vandergrift and the the; ? T edicsl Corps/ He plans tc custody of their children; Richard Radabaugh 'from Arvella Rada- bsugh, "with 1 she given the right to resume use.of.lier maiden name, and ; Leonard ; : 'W: : - Sirbaugh from Doris Sirbaugh and she. given the right to resume use of her maiden name. .:. ,'• ; ..-,..• Betty J. McKenzie" lias filed a bill,of complaint in Circuit Court against John W. McKenzie. A .dividend !of; 12^2 cents a share j on common stock has been* declared, by the board of directors of the; Celanese'Corporation, payable December 22 to holders record !December 2. , Quarteriy.,dividends of $1.12% on SYLVANIA Factory Authorized "'.'•" /. ' Service' '•,'''• ' ENTERPRISE 170 N. C«ntre St. Phon. PA 2-«)» STATION :WJAC . (Johnstown,- Channel 6) TODAY -5:OOiCartoon Capers 5:30 Howdy Doody "•6:00 Sports - ,; 6:15 World News . 6:30 Ozzie And Harriet 7:00 National Theatre 7:30 "Eddie Fisher . 8:00 Screen Playhouse 8:30 Playhouse 0£ Stars 9:00 Video Theatre 10:00 This Is Your'Life 10:30 Midwest Hayride 11:00 Sports . 11:30 This Is The Life .12:00. News ' ' " , . . . .TOMORROW 7:00-Garroway ' . 9:00 Fun To Reduce • . • .9:15 Garry'Moore' 9:45' What's Your Trouble 10:00 Ding Dong School 10:30 Search Beauty . • .:.ll:00;Holiday Parade • • • 12:00.Tennessee Ernie . 12:30, Feather Your Nest "l:00'Search Tomorrow ,"l:15:Love. Of Life • 1:30 Air Force Academy; '2:00 NCAA Football 7:15 John D»ly 7:30 Disneyland 8:30 MCM Parade S:M Masquerade Party 9:30 Break The Bank 10:00 Fifhts 10:45 Sports Spotlight 11:00 News. Weather 11:15 Sports 11:25 7-Staf Theatre TOMOKROW 10:15 Holiday Parade 11:00 Movietime 12:00 Lions-Packers 2:30 News 2:35 Ladies .Theatre 3:35 News 3:40 Quiz Club 4:00 Studio -7 •• .- : • • 4:30 Clown Corner STATION WTOP '(Washington, Channel 9} (Cumberland Cable -> TODAY \.- ••'.•'. 5:00 My Little Margie 5:30 Foreign - Incident 6:00 Holiday Parade 6:30;SpotllghV . . •6:4SNews ; -.-'•'.' 7:00 Ramar Of Jungle 7:30 Brave Eagle 8:00 Arthur Godfrey. 9:00 The Millionaire 9:30 I've Got A Secret 10:00 Steel Hour 11:00 The 11 Report . 11:15 Patti Page 11:30 Mr.," Mrs. North- 12:00 The Late Show TOMORKOW : 6:55 Morning Meditations 7:00 Morning Show • '.8:00 Captain : Kangaroo 9:00 Johnson's Corner 9:30 Mark Evans • 10:00 Garry Moore 10:38 Arthur Godfrey 11:30 Strike It Rich '. 12:00'.Valianf'Lady.. .12:15 Love Of life 12:30 Search Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light ' 1:00, Jack Parr ' 1:30 Love .Story • 2:00 Robert Q. Lewis 2:30 House Party . . 3:00 : Big Payoff 3:30 Bob Crosby 4:00 Pick Temple Ranch .;-• .STATION • (Wishlnrton, Chinriel 7) ' (Cumberland. Cable 3) . ".. TODAT ' . -5:00 Mckey Mouse CTub 6:00 Town And Country 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Jim. Gibbons STATION-WFBG' (Altoona, Channel JO) 5:00 Mickey Mouse ;Club 6:00 News . •- : 6:15 Eddie Fisher ; . 6:30 Western Marshal- -. '. 7:00 Sports . ... . 7:15 John Daly Newt 7:30 Disneyland -•-.8:30 MGM Parade , 9:00 The ^Millionaire : . 9:30 Break The Bank . 10:00 Fights ." '. ll:OOTIews.- .' '•• 11:15 Playhouse 10 , 11:30 Tlie Late Show - . TOMORROW ... ... . : 7:00 Morning Show ': 8:00 Captain Kangaroo : : 9:00:Western Theatre. , 10:00 Serial Theatre ' 10:15 Holiday Parade .! 12:00 Lions-Packers ' ; : 2:30 NCAA "FootbaE Celknese .'Dividends Declared By Board preferred Series A.stock, and $1.75 on the 7 per cent second preferred stock were also declared, payable January 1 to" holders ;of record TWO newest style? -+' to sew as stunning skirts — as bouffant petticoats beneath your dressy fashions! Lovely long-torso line, 8-gore "princess" style ^- make a whole wardrobe in varied fabrics! Pattern 4633: - Misses' • Waist Sizes 24, 25, 26, 28. '30, 32-inches Long-torso version-in waist, size 18 takes • 1% yards 54-inch;. other style takes 3-yards 39-inch.. This -pattern easy to ..use, simple to sew. is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated:, instructions. 'Send. Thirty-five cents in coins for .thisi pattern •—all 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing.'Send to ANNE' ADAMS, care of The Evening Times, 42 'Pattern t>e'pt, • 243 West 17th St., New York 11; N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS - with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. . An . average - of about 10 ' rae'dica prescriptions a second are ,fillee in the "United States. OUT OUR WAY They!! Do It Every Time ~— By'Jimmy Hado A BEPOREMANDTlPrHEH- HEAR EXTRAS THAM THEY HAD IN WITH THE WND"- HERESSIOO t»WH PAV/HENT TIP KOW*~ IF THE 6ROOM ALL THE DETAILS- MENU.HWE.PLOWERS, ORCHESTRA SLWE WE CAU GIVE VOUR D4USWTER r A WETTOI^G RECEPTION VtJU'LLBE PROUD OF». SCRAM TOWN , FOR YOU- 8V THE WAY- THERE'S A FEW LITTLE EXTRA TVMSS 'COULD AMD DOtfT THINK TUe.YDOtfT EXPECT WEDDIN6 PRESENTS FRCWV.THE BOSS yEAH-LlTTLE THINGS UKE DOIM6 THE ROOM OVER IfJlYHrTESATlM—ANDA CAGE OF WHITS DOVES- •T3UOH43 P3S4MAM OCCUPATIONAL HE ">4CMES OF THE GAL "WHO-4RR4N6ESTWE VVEDD!M6-PARTy They'll-Do It Every Time By Timmv Hatlo •/ J _•_ •• •>/•- •. ' • • C4MT A14KE OUT TWc WORDS 'OPERA FT SEEMS THE DAST4RDLV VILLAlM, WHOM THE HEROlhlE SUPPOSEOLV DESPISES, IS LE4D IS PUVED BV A SUE WHO'S OLDER: ST4QEDOORM4M VOU MEAH SHE^S IN W1H THAT TUB OFMRD ? ALL THE TIME I THOUGHT HE WAS HER FATHERS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLI All Dressed Up OWN WITH THE DIFFE|||SICE YOU CAN SEE PRICED FROM jOOLOi TV'<&.***VWW ** 1*4 N. Ctntrt Sf, Srote . . , MiV' :: ACROSS 1 Outer garment 5 Sleeveless garment- 9 Scottish "cap 12 Jason's ship 13.Ancient Syria, 14 Malt, beverage 15 Complete poverty 17 They wear . tuxedos 18 Frozen rain 19 Saturated 21 Subterfuge 23 Worn around the neck 24Evil 27 Force 29 Snatch 32 Wiped out 34 Goddess 36 Death 37 Sponsor 38 Mentally sound 39 Plant part 41 Sorry 42 Era 44 Time periods 46 Ferrets out . 49 Big 53Mr.Baba , • 54 Games of. "' chance 56 Similar (prefix) 57 Askew 58 Too badf 59 Oriental coin 60 Mountain lake 61 In this place DOWN 1 Baseball players wear them 2 Spoken 3 Chills and ' fever , 4 Heavy drinker 5 Vehicle, 6 Ascended ; 7 Former times ''8 Ant i 9 Meddlers •. -10 Toward the sheltered side 11 Repair ,16 Musical . exercises 2p Number 22 Lateral parts 24 Where' • nightgown* are worn 25 Region- version ..(ab 18 Symbol :for'i . illinium : 19 Fruit drink 20 Before v 21 Dance step 23Three times (comb, form) 24 Belgian river 27 Looked fixedly 30 Lock opener 32 Prevaricate 33 Mariner's '; : "'di!ectipn'*.' : v < 34 City.;in Jhe- Netherlandi instrument 39 Redact . 41 Sailor;; Vi-' 42 Lufworm 44Peck' •,..:••• 45 Creek letter 47 Symbol for 41 Part ot SOAaum • tlOcworm 51 Mix anew* S3 Dispute • S« Click-beetle 5? Worm* ••-•' Mows I KHOVf, BUT THESE r& THE ONLY. THINKS A fAAK) LOST AM' STARVINT W THESE- AVDUWTIN& KIM KETCH EASY—AM' -iOLi A1MT SUPPOSED TO KILL. 'EM/ TAKlN'ANOTHER PORCUPIME AWAY EOWM.TH' CR1CKTO PUT IT UP IN A TREE • TTO SHUT TH'- POOS UP IP ; VOU't? JUST KILL THE THING WTTH TH SHOVEL.' Previous Puzxle THAT UNHAPPY 45 Girl's name 46.Platform 47 Otherwise 48-Roman garment 50 Irritate 51 Equipment 26 Endless punishment 28 Candle 30 Malayan buffalo 31 Hat. 33 Encirclement 35 Mexican dish 52 Essential 40 Bed canopy being 43 Splendor 55 Number THE SQUARE SHOOTER OUST COMf&RT 55LF TO A CHAIR, ./MAJOR. A?OD ACS WAtTlKiiS V4HIU5 Y0L>(? ARE- MAAWC-PA, BUT NOT WTTH A NEW ESAD.TWUSSS.'I W6H YOU'D CLUS Me ON THIS MYSTseY , ^DLI AMD AAORRlf5&y/ we fAStrr TB& MAM HOVJ TO CO.N\FDET AVY5ELF YOU MOST OiEASY Answer to Prtvious Puzzle £t££i££2^ HEROES ARE MATPE-NOT BORN AXE THdT GUK, VOUPHOBV*. COWOUCtt 40 Sourer-I;'.-7 ; . 41Succinct"- 43 Ordered 45 Coffin stands 47 Evergreens 49Sonf (comb, 'form) '••',' .'• ; .. 52 Golf mound 28 Assistant 29 Old measure SIShouters 35 Communion plates 36 Expunges 37 Daybreak .(comb, form) 39 Form a notioo S4 Prohibit YOU MOTKEO THE KIM UJOKT AFTER TH WSVtR KMOW MOT* Music Makers ACKOSS 1 Snare '• 6 Popular stringed instrument 11 Redder ' 13Flag' •-'• "• ' 14 Siouan Indians J5 u * eIt 7 Hostelry 8 Handled

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