Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 30, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 30, 1955
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TlAlliiS. CUAUUiULANl), Ml)., WELUSKSIJAY, NOVEMBEK 30, lUod Qity Places First Tree Jt Christmas Fete Site The first of three large. Christ-J South Cumberland Business Men's mas trees to be used in tree lighl-JAssociation. ing ceremonies here this Christmas)' George Millcnson is "'-nirman on was set in place yesterday by cityjarrangements. and James F. Scar- workmen Ipelli will be co-chairman. The spruce, donated by R. M.j Mrs. Findlay. decorations chair- Johns. Mexico Farms, is on thejman. said crews will '- busy irom site of Emmanuel Episcopal!now until the ceremonies, decorat- Church. according, to Mrs. .Mar-|ing and lighting the trees and aucrite T. Findlav, member of the i setting up Christmas exhibits. Park Board. ' I Nativity scenes, she said, will be ,,ibuilt for the civic celebration at Dial PA-24600 lor a WAMT Ai) Taker Christmas Delight Other large trees, provided L ^M^na^wi,^ e,c, ^— f d at Ka^ at the city park area at Race and Sevmour streets and at another Seymour streets, and a reindeer exhibit will be used at the North End site. To be added to the civic exhibit will be a recently acquired group of angels, Mrs. Findlay said. park area at Valley and Furnace streets. The Community Tree Lighting ceremony, according to Street Commissioner William H. Buch-j , hQltz. will be held at the Em-iKeliirn 1O Job inanuel Church site on Sunday, De- ;\[j ss jeannelte Barrett, 215 Sara- cember 18 at 9 p. m. . toga Street, stenographer in the The tree at South End will be county assessing office in the Court used for a tree lighting ceremonyjHouse, has returned to .her job planned on Friday. December 16,] after recuperating several months af 7:30 p. m. and sponsored by the from a broken ankle. . SAY FOLKS! YOU'LL FIND ; MORE TOY VALUES Children's Roll Top Desk Set... AT HILL'S INCLUDES DESK WITH PLENTY OF WRITING SPACE, PIGEON HOLES, DRAWERS AND MATCHING CHAIR, POOL TABLES 1795 lour Horosropi' Look in the section in which your birth. i day CUMU-!J, and find what .vour outlook i is,'according to llic stars, 1 Fur Thursday, Dteembtr 1. I!!>M ! MAnCH 2 to.Al'ltll, 20 (Arie.s)-Toda.v wculd he well IP check and double- less time for recreation now hut the rewards will be well worthwhile. Meet day's demands fearlessly, keep pace with events anil Uon'l take I'iv&i rejections final. YOU BORN TODAY have many talents I check belore startins out on anything-| w | t |, which to attain lasting success, and before making decisions, plans, etc. v()u ciln achieve even late in life. Your There could be hidden pitfalls - 1 - ! "" l- wilh care can be avoided. Al'Itll- 2) to MAY 20 (Taurus) which, "ability to think clearly plus your fine insight -You may have to double eiiort, watch your answers and take criticisms sracelully now. P.M. confisurations are more auspicious. Wait matters out if necessary. MAY 21 to JUNK 21 (Cemini)—Too <nd act quickly, equips . you for leadership, organization work or a professional life. You should derive much from athletics- work with civic orsaniza tions: could do well in investment brok' erase, politics, law, real estate, scientific , research, religion. Likely faulis: hasty much introspection as well as too much i answers, a blunt manner which you muterialism is not wise. Be as careful ; reil n v ( jn n 't mean and jumping at eon- vour thinking as in your actions.' c | U sions. ^ing Features Syndicate, Inc.) Union To Nominate Officers Sunday Local 489. Plumbers and Steam- fitters Union <AFL>. will nominate officers at a special meeting Sunday at 2 p. >n. at the Labor Temple. South Centre Street. A meeting of the general membership will be held Friday at 8 p. m. at the Labor Temple, according to Charles L. Cross, business agent. There are about 1.500 species of palms. —ADVEdTISIMENT— -ADVERTISEMINT— SLEEP TONIGHT WITHOUT ARTHRITIC PAIN or your money back Take PRUVO tablet* ai directed today. Prove to yourself there 11 no better non-narcotic relief from m in«r nch«> ond poin> «f arthritic m4 ,h. U motic c»tock» ut half th.'usual cost. Use half the tablets in the $l.oO bottle. 11 not satisfied with the re- sults, return balance to maker for money back. PRUVO is so saf» vou can buy it from your drug store without a prescription. Save monev on PRUVO by buying the "5 tablet Clinical size bottle at S4 00 or the 450 tablet Hospital size-bottle at $7.50. GIT PRUVO TABLETS TODAY AT RAND'S CUT RATE 's (Cancer)—You) can profit by hi'cdinj; advice to natives: of Cemini now. Don't let your imagination or feelings run away with you. Determine your course calmly and review plans uceasionallv for flaws. JULY 2-1 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Watch out for unethical ideas and people. Do not heed flattery, too much praise. Additional study and research may be needed to bring desired Rains now. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Vir- 1,009 Names Dropped From Voting Books The names of 1,009 citizens of Cumberland have been removed from the voting registers because With your knack for seeins ahead lot' their failure .to Cast ballots from wrcmgou can municipal e i ec tions during the past day five years. There will spection has only gone through the K's, according to Wallace G. Route 40 Store Open to 9 P.M. Daily ttMt Ttafitmat L | CHARGE L—ACCOUNT HILLS 45 N. Centre St. and Route 40 Thrilling Christmas gift — TEN | garment wardrobe for your little i one's favorite dolly! .Each item is sew-easy — fun to make! Party Dress! School Dress! Suspender Jumper! Blouse! Coat! Pixie Hat! Nightie! Robe! Slip!'Panties! • Pattern. 4526: in Doll Sizes• 14, j 16, 18, 20, 22 inches tall. You canj use scraps for many of these garments. See pattern for yardages. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 5 cents forj each pattern for ist-class.mailing.I Send to 'ANNE •:ADAMS, care ofj The Evening Times; 42 Pattern! Dept, 243 West 17th St., New York[ 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME,) ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. I- • West Side Firemen "'^ -.; i Answer Two /Harms West Side firemen yesterdayJ evening answered two alarms. . • '| The first call came when smoke! I from a stoker furnace at 217 Wash- j ington Street backed up in the cel-i lar causing a smoke scare. The other call was a flue'fire at 303 Paca Street. Minor damage was reported. R0>- ancl progress considerably now. This should be productive, satisfying. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Librae—Avoid impatience, impulsiveness and strain now. Also anything else your intelligent mind cautions aaainst. Listen the FIRST time; heed good advice. . OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scor- Ullei'V. City Clerk, pio)—Your planet Mars warns against: scattering .vour energies. Bather, consolidate efforts for better, bigger returns in the future. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sac/ittarius)—A fairly good outlook for well-handled and well-planned programs, business, trading, banking. Sound investments could bring returns eventually. Avoid speculative ventures. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Cap- ricornJ—Think about pleasant thinEs as you 20 about daily chores. Disposition and attitude ARE bis factors. . JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—Ask for favors—but tactfully, deferentially and with good humor.. And don't be disappointed flt rebuff or in- be more as the difference; they are inevitable some FEBRUARY' 21 to MARCH 20 CPisccs) —You may have to work harder, have 16 S. Liberty St. 1st Floor DIAL PA 4-0880 _ THE *5°° Funeral Baskets at PAUL'S ."LOWER. SHOP • HOME GROWN FLOWERS • Phone PA 2-0033 • Eliminate unhealthy, drafts—Mortite your windows! • Weatherproof* o window io wcwxfa— yet costi so litrte! • Self-adheres— no tockj, took or experience required. Just press into place wi* fingertip! • Soft, rope-ilk* slronds (!A diameter! unroll like ribbon, mould into place lilt* modeling clay! • Ul« intidt or eat—no need to go out m cold to apply! Won't crock, chip «r peel. Use over ond over—ir Spring Koid on. end, pull right offl 1QO1 USES/ IN, AROUND HOME! KEEP / ff\ffSSS) HANOY •ld«it o» 9oiJtet, coulVer, base for floww rfenw, »«)» variety of fime ond money saving wse* 04 pluft^w-vpper m every .room HI the housel AvafeMt M rint Gil MOtTIH kxfori 50 TRADE-IN on this G-E AUTOMATIC WASHER REDUCING IS EASY! WlfN Ikt iew simple Plan to Retfuc* MAIl ORDERS SENT C.O.D. RAND'S DEEP CUT RA« Boltimort at Cenlr* Cumberland •HOME LOANS' Make Home Improvement Plans NOW! A- long-term loan here will finance the work! • WESTERN MARYLAND Building & Loan Ass'n 60 Pershing St. SWEENE PAIHTe- USE YOUR FIRST NATIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT 301 Baltimore Avenue - facing Decatur Phone PA 2-5575 • We Deliver BIG SAVINGS - BIG CAPACITY REGULAR $299.95. • Water-saver control for small loads • Famous .G-E Activator Washing action gets dirt .out ' . • "FJoat-away" Rinse and overflow drain keeps dirt out • 5-year protection plan .'• Completely automatic and backed by famous G-E dependability Free Customer Parking Just Above Our Virginia Aye, Store WITH YOUR OLD WASHER NEW STORE HOURS Mon. thru Friday 9 Ai M. to 8 P. M., Sat. to 6 P. M. Cumberland Electric Co. Virginia Ave. at Second 11 South Liberty St. Phone' PA" 2-6 191 Phone PA 2-6862 Appliance Service Appliance Service Appliance Service Appliance Service Appliance Service Appliance Service • jj Appliance Service Appliance Service Appliance Service ; "f Appliance Service "Appliance Service Appliance Service :' Appliance Service Appliance ^ervice Appliance Service Appliance Service Appliance Service Appliance Service v Appliance Service. Appliance Service MAKE SURE IT'S AVAILABLE WHERE YOU BUY Proper maintenance is important in keeping any appliance operating efficiently. When you buy an electric appliance make lure your dealer can provide proper repair and servicing facilities - that means an adequate stock 'of replacement parts and • trained staff of servicemen. luy locally from a dealer who offer* these services and you'll save werry —and money! YOUR BEST APPLIANCE BARGAINS ARE AT YOUR LOCAL SERVICING ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER AND THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY COWBOY and DAVY CROCKETT BOOTSMEN'S BROWN '2.98 to 53.98 Davy Crockett Boots iirtwo tone brown w'.tli coonsiof, tail. Cowboy Boots ... Black or brown styles . . . with compo-lite rubber soles and heels for extra wear. Sizes B»i to.3. . . LEATHER SOLE ROMEOS SIZES 6 to 11 SIZES 8*2 to 3 LITTLE FELLAS'COMBAT BOOTS! $2.98 SIZES Vou can't beat 'em for BVi to 3 wear . . .constructed of soft elk leather uppers that feature two-strap leather cuff tops . . . and long wearing composition soles. Brown only! Sizes 8Vi to 3. 2.98 to 3.98 Ladies 1 & Children's SOFT-SOLE House n I to Rubber Footwear VALUES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY • Men's and Boy§'Buckl* Arctic* • Women's and Children's Pullover Boots • Dress and Storm Pullover Rubbers • Insulated Hunting Boots, felt or lumberman pak Shoe Stores CUMBERLAND FROSTBURG

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