Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 2, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 2, 1955
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Dial PA-2-J600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES,, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1955 SEVEN Western Maryland Ski Club To Make Final Season Plans Final plans fo. the winter sea-ibcrs to some of the ski areas of son's activities will be made by thejcanada and New England during it» i __„ » r . .1.,.. j _i.; /"ti..i» _ * _ > i w Ontral YMCA. j considered and reservations ac- the group will make arrange-jCepled. Persons interested in ski- menls for transportation to and m S are mvited to the meeting, ac- from.the four major skiing areas cording to Bruce Andrews, this in the tri-slate area, and for dis-; cit >'- president. tribution of information on skiing .,. . _ .. ,. _. conditions. , loiilh Enlisls III Navv PennAve. Pupils Give Program For Parents Parents were given a. Thanksgiving program by the pupils if ed by the entire class with soloisis. Ellenbcth Dunlap, flute:' Gerald the Sixth grades of Pennsylvania! Lewis, flulophone ;'and Constance Avenue School recently in the!Maiers and Gary Bierman, bells. school auditorium. Miss Mildred Beck's room portrayed "Pilgrim Days." with Walter Turner. Daniel Jones, Edward Holshey. Constance Maiers. Patricia Thompson arid Elizabeth Dunlap. 'Vivian Wilson. David Howser, Gary Bierman, Milton Sensabaugh. Gerald Lewis, Josepli Ni' A general discussion concernin?: Thomas Theodore Shipway. 18,!kirk, Joseph Hunt and Gary Smith', trends in new equipment will bejof 40 Browning Street, has enlisted;and William Manges, in the lead- :hek! and subscription purchases toiin the Navy for four years. He various magazines and bulletins. I has been sent,, to Bainbridge to Plans regarding a trip,for mem- take basic training. ~ ing roles. Two songs. ''New River Train,' and 'To'otin' Turk," were present- Then Miss Margaret King's room gave its program consisting of group singing of "Over the River," with the orchestra assisting and all accompanied by Anna Lee Koch. They also presented "Harvest Dance," and an Italian folk- song. "Sarabella." an Italian folk dance, was done by Sandra Merritt. Eugene .Merrill, Donna Grim, George Davis, Marie Twigg, Clayton Smith, Sandra ' Saygor. Earl Shcetz, Bonna Knippenbcrg. David McKenny. Knthryn Turbin and Ray Evans. Choral readings of "The First Thanksgiving of All," followed with soloists. Bernard Miller, Marie Twigg, Margaret Groves. Clayton Smith, Anna Lee Koch. David Le.v- is. Bonna Knippenberg, Kalhryn Turbin, Ronald Manges, Raymond Shearer and Suzanne Lapp, Taking part in the square dance, "First Two Ladies Cross Over," were Sharon Pryor, Melvin Bible. Margaret Grove. Robert Roller, Shirley Strickley. Thomas Athey. Suzanne Lapp, Ronald Manges, Anna Koch, David Lewis, Janet Reed, Bernard Miller. Joanne Brinkman, Larry Miner, Charlotte Bierman and Kenneth Dcatelhaus- er Group singing of "Come Ye Thankful People Come," with the orchestra and accompanist, Anna Lee Koch, concluded Jic program. The color guard was composed of Richard Parsons, Walter Porter and Michael Freeland. Greetings were extended by Miss Lula M. Blonskev. Sunshine Campers Get Party Providence (R.l.) College is the only college on the North American continent operated by the Dominican Fathers. A second skating party for the boys and girls who attended Sunshine Camp last summer will be held tomorrow afternoon by the Cumberland Kiwanis Club at the Stale Armory. Some 41 deserving boys and girls arc planning to attend. Kiwanians scheduled to drive them to the armory and back home after the party are Albert 11. llargrenves, C J. Bageant, Douglas R. Bowie, Alex R. Buchanan. George L. Buchanan. Dr. A. G. T. Twigg, I Thomas N. Berry. Captain Daniel 'K. Biggs. Dr. Albert C. Cook, Frank V. Carpenter and William M. Somerville, The first such party for the youngsters who attended the Ki- wauis-sponsorcd camp was conducted November 5. Ruptured U To. Cam tk*a Dou't Delay Another Parlor now it can b« controlled with freedom and Comfort la every normal d*T *nd pi.ght »otivity. EN-HKCLT parrntnrr land's C * U 1 TE BALTIMORE AND CENTRE STS. ? It ^BuaX'gfgl • ^*?:..•: »^ii-,«SSJ? • >- v J T-O-Y-S to please girls and boys of every age- ' , FOURTH FLOOR A—Mechanical Turbo Set for loads of action and fun including "a siren operated rocket launcher plus a separate rocket car which is shot out from the rocket launcher. . . . 2.98 B—Pillsbury Cake Mix Set by Modelcraft. Contains real' Pillsbury mixes 'and all utensils, needed so children can bake real cakes. Dandy gift for domestic play 2.98 C—Toy Chest by Pennant. Strong steel construction with plastic covered sturdy board, upholstered top. Holds lots of toys. 27xl4]/2X • 141/2 inches • 9.95 D—Gun and Holster Set. Double holster set with two 50-shot repeater guns for 3.98 E—Junior Sport Set. For the sport-loving boy and girl. Contains bow and arrow, baseball bat and baseball plus golf clubs 2.98 SHE DRINKS! SHE WETS! SHE CRIES ACTUAL TEARS! "Tear-Belle" complete with trunk ond acceooriti "Tear Belle" will win her way straight to the heart of any little mother. She has a fully jointed molded rubber body with hard plastic head, and is dressed in 2 piece cotton knit suit. Accessories include diaper, printed cotton dress, bonnet, pants, tissues, booties, bib, bottle, soap, bubble pipe, pacifier, 'clothes pins. 198 4.98 -7.98 Hey, Kiddies — Phone Santa tonite (between 6 and 8 P. M.) at PArkview 2-6000 Dial Santa on his special telephone at PArkview 2-6000 and he'll talk with you about your Christmas wishes, the toys and gifts you'd like to have him consider. He'll answer all the questions that he can and we know you'll have a fine time talking to the jolly old 'Gentleman — whom every one loves. Then, come and see him personally. 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