Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 30, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1955 FIVE Songs and Singers ACROSS DOWN 1 Barber Perry 5 •• Marie" 9 One of the Crosby boyr 12 Upon 13 Music is one of the fine — 14 Era 15 Guidance 17 Born 18 Tally. 19 Fast driver 21 Domini 23 Musical direction 24 Evil 27 Care for 29 Seaweed. singer, l Law fellows _ 2Of the ear' 3 Malayan 4 Metropolitan singers 5 Rodent 6 Prayer . 7 Guitar fret 8 Domestic slaves 9 Covering wounds .10 Curved molding . 11 "The • Barrel Stegmaier Talks To PTA ~ Harry I.. Stegmaier, local attor-mients were served by mothers of ney, spoke on "Young WashingtonjSixth Grade students. • i ^ M, ««rc«-f »v*!* ™ "frns/S! second meeting rf Parkside School Tnursdayt j anua ry 19. . Parent-Teacher Association in thej — j There are about 1.917 heart at- to tacks a day among American citi- 25 Toward the 45 Ant y : sheltered side 46 Small valley 26 Twisted 28 Play 30 Poker stake 31 Remainder Polka" 33 Loved ones 16 Middle 20 Warehouse 22 Birds' homes 32 Runs together 24 Sleeping 34 Mourn 36 Abandon 37 Representatives 38 Caterpillar hair 39"— Enchanted Evening" 41 Obtain 42 Worthless table scrap 44 Unusual 46 Translation 49 Moslem leaders 53 Wile 54 Southern state resident 66 "It's a Sin to Tell a " . 57 Network (anat.) 58 Rim 59 Finish 60 Bewildered Cl Allowance for wast* places 35 Woman advisor 40 Over- ' . decorated 43 Crown 47 Ireland 48 Chemical suffixes 50 Verdi opera 51 Master of Agriculture (ab.) 52 Dagger 55 Girl's nickname 32 38 5fc 33 rr i BT 55: new school in La Vale recently. He pointed out the extent which George Washington's military career •• was influenced by events that took place when he: was a young man in this county. C. M. Zembower, president, expressed appreciation for the flag presented to the school by Fort' Cumberland Post 13, American- Legion.. The annual budget was approved, and Zembower reported on .the. Maryland Congress of .Parents and Teachers held in Baltimore. The meeting was concluded with a musical program featuring Miss. Peggy Thompson, trumpet soloist,' accompanied by Miss Patricia Smith. "... Following the meeting, refresh-, zens. Want To Sell Your Property? WE CAN SELL IT AND GET THE CASH FOR YOU QUICKLY! - SEE US TODAY Irving Millcnson REAL ESTATE 108 S. liberty St. PA 4-SS90 56 Pick Your Own Payments IS Mo. PUn *100 I $ 8.38 *300 25.13 *600 I 44.68 20 Mo. Plan $ 6.72 20.16 34.44 . i*ons $300 and l*ts" mod* under th« Maryland Smalt Loan Act. (Md.) Historians believe that the Air service between Detroit "and Grand Rapids and Detroit, Mich, was the first scheduled air .passenger service. Most fossils are preserved in the sea and great accumulations, of fossils of about the same size often are found where ocean currents have deposited them. . Buy Now - Pay Later! LIFE INSURANCE AT NO EXTRA COST ON LOANS $300 OR LESS * Meet last-minute expenses / a $r—-pay later when expenses are normal Your life insured—no extra cost on loans S300 or less! Phone for 1-visit loan or come in. loom up to $1000 FINANCE CO. HNANCI co •'••'•'• ~ -. . of Cumberland • . ' • ENTRANCE SO. CENTRE SL (Take elevator t« 2nd FI.) CUMBERLAND 2nd FI., Room* 202-204 . LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY BLDG. Phone: PA 2-0721 • Ask for the YES MANoger OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT — PHONE FO* EVENING HOUtS Loans raadt 16 reiidints of oil surtoindmi tmnu OJPfijr SATURDAYS 9 A. M. 'TIL IP. M. THRU DEC. 17TH n - • '- . .•« i '»wfw r ~ i *jr*mv i H _ \ _ &**>' l *M6i/ >• w ~- rmyr • osenbaum $ L "Its a White Christmas SANTA'S on THIRD FLOOR FULL TIME — EVERY DAY (from store opening to closing) erictfs tfflditiond Qift-wkiskie$ in decanters of surpassing beauty J UST as America knows no finer bonded bourbons, ,the art world knows no more beautiful decanters than theClassicDecanter forOLD GRAND-DAD and the Presentation Decanter for OLD' TAYLOR. -. "-'..•; "." ; ; " :] And just as your friends would have difficulty deciding which of the two .deeply..mellow and richly .flavorsome bourbons they would prefer,, so they Would be hard put to judge between the • distinctive beauties of the two decanters. If you decide to make a truly handsome gift, why not favor your best friends wittr both these rare bourbons in their artistically perfect decanters. Whether you give one or both, you may. be sure that you can give no more flavorsome—and welcome—bonded bourbons, nor art devise decanters in finer taste. Christmas Toy SALE Reduced 30 to 50 Have that often-asked-for photograph taken for Christmas Save Here Now! Wonderful Toy ? , Values 4/5 QUART 66 66 4/5 QUART The OLD GRAND-DAD Classic Decanter and the-OLD TAYLOR Presentation Decanter cost no mort than standard bottles. They contain the same amount of the same fins bonded bourbon whiskies. Special this week \ • 3 portraits C reg. 12.00 Vi ant/ 8x10 plut two pocktl->in Ne appointment ne«d«d • MECHANICAL TOYS • GAMES • MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, • DOLLS GUNS AND , HOLSTER SETS BOOKS PLASTIC COVERED ANIMALS \ \ \ \ \ TOYLAND—FOURTH FLOOR Photograph Studio Fourth Floor . l*rjnr<<frjmr**:*v**'o '' 1 .;.."•*' -.-..' Gffts Galore on fourth Floor GM)-DAD Classic Decanter OLD TAYLOR in the'1955 Presentation Decanter Come, see and select from the wonderful assortment of useful and attractive items that make wonderful housewares gifts. New Hamilton Btach Lkjd-Blender Makes modern, hurry-up meals cosy! New "Cnt-'a- Fold'' action blends faster, cuts finer, has twice the usual cutting power. No-splash top. 2 speeds. Easy to clean. 1OQ50 wh;t *• no ""' WW with rtcipe book $4450 i n chrom* New Hamilton Budb Mixttte New Hamilton Beach Food Mixer Ends "hilror-miss" mixing! The combination of new, magic bcstcrs and Bowl Control action assures smooth lump-free mixes. New Mix Timer (optional) ends guesswork. while enamel with 2 Pyre* bewli \3Sj with Mix 1im«r $43" Chrcras ^ier with 2 itoinltii >l«tl Fits her haod, her and your purse! Beats everything from cgf whites to molasses bada. New 3^spccd switch on handle. New positive beater release. New flat backrest whit* enamel in gift box ^l 50 in chroma be- ;.00 mart. No wonder she wt$ aHflmilTOnBEflCHmixerf ^v>\ \m STRAIGHT lounidJt'-WiHSKiEs ••'•• loooov- Bouto IN BONO • THE OLD GRAND-DAD DISTILLERY COMPANY AND THE OLD.TAYLOR DISTILLERY CO^AHY. FRAKltfoUT, KENTUCKY, DIVISIONS OF NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION . \v* * +*•* Rest assured, she'll appreciate your thoughtfulness in choosing the mixer that's guaranteed 4 yean longer than any other! Why only Hamilton -Beach mixers? 'Because the need for service is so low, it's perfectly safe. Whatever your choice, it'll be a happy ooe. Htmilton Buch Horn Drink Mix* Pleases the whole family with real »i>d»-founuin drinki! Lots of fun making those super-dupcr nulteds you cat with * spoon. Use it »Uo for mixed drinks, frozen oran|« juke. $220° with rvtlpt W«k HOUSEWARES—FOURTH FLOOR

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