Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

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EIGHT EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taktf Twentieth Century-Fox Purchases Hit Television Play, "Daisy Daisy" Featuring Ewell And Wyatt 7 By JACK O'BKIAN •NEW YORK—(INS)—Abe Bur• rows gets Ed Murrow's "Person- To-Person" treatment . . . You feel faintly cheated when normally "live" TV arrives via Kinescope recording, as did Tuesday eve's Dinah Shore show . . . The Milton Berle substitutes provided a lively variety but the reprised "drama- tic sketch" featuring Frankie-Miltie-Taloo 'from a couple of seasons' back), we remembered with acute embarrassment , . . The Lawrence Welk show is not our dish of TV but in its limited field it deserves its growing popularity. o 2()th-Fox bought "r/nlsy Daisy," the Tom KwpIl-.Jiinr Wyatl TV comedy—on "Playwnglils '56"— we enthused about last week . . . We take little critical exception to any of the Sylvania awards and applaudc especially its approval of the Firestone Hour as ils "best musical series." for it is a show of sustained excellence deserving of more approval of that sort. Advertising bites into i ter to one-fifth or TV time; religious shows rale sixth in popularity; 60 per cent of TV homes tune in to some religious shows regularly. These and scads of survey findings arc set down in "The Television-Radio Audience and Religion." published by Harper's covering a study made by the Nation- al Council of Churcnes or Christ in this country af the behest of the Yale Divinity School. The book reflects, a cross-sec- lion study of five, pe'r cent of the population of New Haven, Conn. Among .other findings of the study: though sixtTi in audience popularity, religious programs total but one per cent of TV time. Highest Rank Dukeship is the highest hereditary rank in the British peerage. In England, dukes take precedence over all except princes and princesses of the royal blood, and Archbishops of Canterbury and York, and the Lord Chancellor, (people. The 3500-foot span of the George,Rj ( |» e ] cy Group To Meel Washington bridge, across the Hudson river from Fort Lee, New Jer- 260 scy, -to New York City,, rises feet above the water. The wood preserving industry) ijof the United States employs 14,000 The Ridgeley High School Boosters Club will meet today at 7:30 p. m. at the school. Plans for an auction will be discussed. Female cottontail rabbits almost always are heavier than the males, Wards Gift Coupons -Perfect for the Hard-to-please! Baltimore Street at George Phone PA 2-3700 Give Now, Pay Later on Monthly Terms SLIPPER SPECIALS FOR THE FAMILY CHILD'S REG. 2.49 A wonderful gift at a big saving. Indian chief portrait on moc-toe with electrified processed shearling lamb collars. Natural. Sites 6 to 3. WOMEN'S REG. 2.98 Here's a very special gift for her at o very special saving. Pinkcape- tkin step-in with fluffy pink fur collar and pert bow. Sizes 4 to 9. CHILD'S REG. 1.98 Here's a practical red corduroy stop-in that every child will enjoy wearing. Elastic side gore and cushion crepe soles. Sizes 8 to 3. MISSES', WOMEN'S DUSTERS 6.98 Luxurious quilts, scores lit with glitter-gay trim. Acetate crepes, nylons .with rich matching or contrasting linings. Pastels, jewel tones, dainty prints too. Many washables! MEN'S COTTON PLAID STYLES MEN'S REGULAR 3.98 Here's a big gift value he's sure to appreciate. Handsome, brown elk-leather moc style with soft wool lining and hard soles. Sizes 6 to 12. The complete wardrobe includes a ploid ward robe. The young mon at right is wearing one of our more popular tartans. Select his Christmas gift today. GIRL'S QUILTED ROBES Festive cotton prints for gay leisure hours. Fitted styles or free-flowing dusters in 3 /4 lengths. Perfect- gifts. Sizes 8 to 14. For Little Girls, Sizes 4-6x 3.98 BOYS' COTTON FLANNEL ROBES THE GIFT CHILDREN DREAM OF (A] Women's flr« red corduroy with black bow. Cushion crop* solei. 4-9. (1J Women's wine felt everert. Leather tip and corduroy collar. Sizes 4 to 9. (Cj Women's light blue beaded cape- jkin. Fluffy rabbit fur collar. 4 to 9. (OJ Men's handsome brown leather moc toe, with cushion crepa soles. 6 to 12. (I) Men's loother lined, brown kidskin romeo. Elastic sid« gore, Sizes 6 to 12. (JJ In bright red with colorful clown on vamp. Plush collar. Child's 6-3. (GJ Child's brown leather step-in with cotton plaid lining. Sizes 8 to 3. 1.98 2.49 2.98 3.49 4.79 1.98 2.98 only 5. sizes 81/2-3 Yes, mothers and dads! Your youngsters will be all ready for the roundup in true western style when they step into these exciting cowboy boots. Choose either the dork red, or black grain leather legs. Tailored just like dad's. Color-rich woven plaids. Sizes 12-18. JR. BOYS' SIZES 4-10 3.98 TOTS' SIZES 1-2-3 1.98

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