Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 25, 1955
Page 14
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liMfcS, CUMBEULANL), Ml)., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 tor a WANT AD T«kw Plenty Of Choirs BELTON. S. C. -W) — The First Baptist Church here has five choirs. There's the Cherub Choir for 6 to 8 year-olds, the Carol Choir for children from 9 through 12, the Vesper Choir for young people 13 through 17, the regular church choir for anyone over 18, and the Marshall choir, an all-male group. No vice president of the United States ever was assassinated, but seven have died in office. WISHING Registered U. S. Patent Office. At its widest point, Bermuda is less than two miles across. Buy NOW on Our Layaway Plan National Stores 16-18 Wineow St. - 428 Virginia Ave. C O SELF-SERVICE MARKET ROUTE 40 LA VALE FREE DELIVERY ; CALL PA 4-4313 Open 'til 9 P. M. Mon., Tues., Thurs. and Friday Until 6 P. M. Wednesday and Saturday Lucky Leaf Apple Sauce 2 cans 29c LOG CABIN Syrup CREAM OF -, 59c Wheat «.'>>ox33c NABISCO RITZ Crackers FRESH Sausage PORK ib 55c ' ">§3c Chops FRESH GROUND Beef 3'^ 1,00 Mrs. Filbert's Mayonnaise Maxwell House Coffee £ or ; Franco-American Macaroni Kraft's Italian Dressing Sbftee Toilet Tissue t",'39c Ib. vac. . . tin 95c 2 2 full size bottles 4,,,,,29c 6 B 735 G H A 2 L 48352 B A, A . V U 6 G 4 L 5 I 2 X 6 H 7 3 O P 4658 U- A C L 4 7 E D 3 P 6 R 7 B 3 y 4 R. 2 U 6 V 5 T 8 O 3 P 7 6 R E 2 R 4 B 2 Y 7 N 3 A 8 V 5 O 2 E 6 T 4 B 3 Y 7 G 5 R 6 H' 5 Y 2 L 8 E 4 O 6 O 3 M 7 S 8 D 2 A 4 6 N N 4 L, 3 E i O 5 P 2 T 8 A 6 O 7 U 5 A 6 S R W 3472653 847 NFONSHTNEY H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message, every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your.fortune. Count the letters in your 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 key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. C 1155. by William J. Miller. Distributed by King F**turcf. Inc.ll-lS Former Slave, 105. Dies / j /• FREDERICK, Md. W) — Mrs. liver his famous address at Gettys- Ruth Bowie, whose life began in'burg. slavery and who regarded April Unlil entering the home she liv . 14; 1865, as the saddest day of her| ed at nearb utica she and her life, died yesterday. She was 105 husband farmedi A[tcr his death years old. i she became a domestic. April 14, 1865, was the day Three of the seven largest cities in the United States border on the Great Lakes-Chicago, Cleveland, and Detroit. Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. ; Death came to Mrs. Bowie in Montevue, Frederick County's home for the aged. She was the widow of Charles Bowie, a former Union soldier who died 30 years ago. Mrs. Bowie often recalled hearing'Lincoln de- Lowest order of society in Lhasa. holy city of Tibet,, arc members ot the re-gyao-pa. whose duty it is to dispose of the dead. 1 Mrs. Bowie not only survived her husband, but i!so all four of her children.- Funeral services will be held Saturday at Thurmont. Uranus, with a diameter of 31,000 miles,, lies 1,783,000,000 miles from the sun. and travels about it at 4;2 niiles.per second. Vour Horosfope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, accordins to the stars, For Saturday, NOT. 26, 1955 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—A cood day for social functions, affairs to realize funds for charitable organizations. Artistic and skilled professions are also sponsored. APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus)—Matters pertaining to the home, the table, personal adornment, painting, sculpture, teaching, study and research are among day's most favored activities.; Financial interests also sponsored. Good rays gen- MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Mixed influences. For the most part, the day favors activities pertinent to leisure, the arts, science, visiting, museums, his- torial places. .Wholesome pleasures ana necessary tasks favored.; •• JUNE 22 to PULY 23. (Cancer) — Vour Moon's position suggests that you forget little annoyances, needless worries. You can enjoy and profit today if you. go ahead with your schedule in your cheerful, helpful way. ' : -JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo) — You will probably get. more ' benefit and actual gain by working with, and through, • matters connected with your community rather than by sticking to interests that may be essentially .diverting, AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo) — Don't tie yourself to a one-track system. Diversified activities, matters for which you have special talent can give you and others scope for new accomplishment. Take some rest. too. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra) — Keep in a frame of mind conductive to attainment. Day' has good advantages for skill and intelligent management but warns against peevishness, selfish motives. '. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio) — Work and play are sponsored, and both In their proper places. Don'l overdo .at work or neglect necessary duties for social or pleasure activities. A good day if you help keep it so. NOVEMBER 23 to.DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius) -- You can get on;tfie efficiency road quickly with youf "Jupiter and Venus both in auspicious : aspects. A plendid day for personal - gain, healthy pleasures; also essential Work. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn) —'Dealing in M necessary commodities, attending charitable and social Junctions, improving an artistic talent or hobby among day's favored activities. A tendency to strain should be curbed. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 2C (Aquarius) — Sensible caution needed ir expenditures, 1 in making promises, agreements. However, the day is stimulating and can be productive for many varied interests and occupations. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) — -Don't permit doubt, fear or lack of confidence to interfere with the achievement you can have now. Your Innate artistry, intuition and keen imagination strongly favored. YOU BORN TODAY lire bright, engaging' In personality, have many attributes which, properly developed and used dally, can bring you sound success and true happiness. You have good business acumen, can succeed as a leader in any worthy field of endeavor. You are innately an enthusiasiastic, efficient .wonder. Go forward with faith. Copyright, 1955, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Seventy out of every 100 people in India earn their living from agriculture. ' The Suez canal is approximately 100 miles long and 500 feet wide. Cut out this ad as your reminder JOIN THE LIBERTY TRUST CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! Deposit Weekly $'.50 ..;.'.. 1.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 Receive in 50 Weeks ....... $25. ....... 50. ....... 100. 150. .250. 500. The Liberty Trust Company CUMBERLAND Member F. D. I. C. LONACON1NG Member Fed. Res. System BOYS':, COMBAT BOOT Husky protection for active little men! SIZES 9 to 3. 3.99 GIRLS' LOAFER Brown leather, sturdy sole. SIZES mi to 3. 3.99 LITTLE BOYS' STURDY MOC Double ttitchinfr. Extra reinforce-' merit metal eyelets! SIZES 8'4 to 3. BOYS' MOCCASIN OXFORD Just like big bojrs wear. SIZES 8Va to 3. 2.99 2.99 CHIID'S SNOW BOOT WhH« «c brown. AH rubber fleet*: lined. SIZES 4 to 10. , 199 MISSIS' t CHILD'S THERMO-BOOT Weather insulated miracle boot in. red or brown. SIZES 8 to 12, 13 to 3. 299 tli IAITIMOM IT. BOYS' RUBBER DRESS ARCTICS All robber, Hjrht weight, four buckle dross arctics. SIZES "11 to 2. 2V4 to 6. 3.99 to 4.49 MISSES' I CHILD'? ZIPPER BOOTS All rubber *n< waterproof—warm lined. SIZES 8 to 12 12 to 2, 2.99 I STARTS FRIDAY AT SEIFERT'S - BIG SAVINGS! PRE- CHRISTMAS SALE Fine Home Furnishings Reg. $442.00 Sectional Sofa Bed . $299. Upholstered in green and gold tweed. Reg. $250 Modern SOFA and CHAIR .' ... . $189. Sofa in green tweed . . . chair in cherry red tweed. Reg. $299.00 Berkeley LAWSON SOFA . $189. Fine tapestry cover. Reg. $391.00 Berkeley SECTIONAL SpFA ....... ....'. . $238. Covered in turquoise damask. Reg. $214.00 Berkeley LOUNGE CHAIR & OTTOMAN . . $1/9. Upholstered in durable, beautiful green nylon. Reg. $135.00 Berkeley LOUNGE CHAIR $120*. Covered in turquoise tweed. Reg. $165.00 Berkeley LOUNGE CHAIR V ......../. $145. Imported floral tapestry upholstery. Reg. $129.00 Berkeley LAWSON CHAIR $H2. Beautiful rose wool tweed covered. Reg. $145.00 Streit Slumber CHAIR & OTTOMAN ..... $H5. Upholstered in floral print. Reg. $102.00 Streit Slumber CHAIR .'......... ....... $89. Tapestry upholstery. Reg. $70.00 OCCASIONAL CHAIR .-....' $55. Smart lovely rose upholstery. Reg. $303.00 (3-Piece) BLONDE BEDROOM SUITE .... $279. Solid mahogany . . , bookcase headboard. v : _ ••_ Reg. $226.00 (6-Piece) Sheraton Maple DINETTE . ..... $199. 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