Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 2, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 2, 1955
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liKJhT C-lliMUKKLANU. Ml)., FRIDAY, MiCUMBKK 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Your lloro«<*o|ur Look In the wctlon In which your birth day comes and find what your outlook Is, according to the stars, Kor Saturday, December 3. HO.' MARCH 21 'o APRIL 20 (Aries)—.Splendid Sun. Moon and .Mercury aspects o( fcr promise for sound and practical mat. Jers, for menial activity, for home and family interests. No complaints! Go forward hopefully. APRIL 21 to MAY SO (Taurus)—Private and business interests stimulated. Both new and familiar activities encour- ascd. Be alcrl. your most capable self this promising day. You can advance, achieve much. MAY 21 to JUNK 21 (Gemini)—You may have to share some of your fine ideas and know-how with others but you will be rewarded. Today favors nencro- sily, cooperation. Necessary work and wholesome recreation sponsored. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Canci-r)—Your Moon comes smiling through with prom jse of generous returns for all £ood work, fine Intentions carried out. and some healthy exercises and pleasure. Improve a talent, hobby. JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Uter ary work, reporting, clerical tasks, home and family interests amonx the activities hishly favored this generous day. Be moderate but enjoy the day fully. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)—You could, with confidence, put over new and different ideas, projects upon which you have been working. This is an energizing, bcncfic period. Write, study, create! SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra)—While your Venus is not actively auspicious, other planets are, and you can profit by their good influences. Good fun, essential work fm'orx'd, OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scor- pio)—Review your day's schedule and at- lend to urgent tasks first and quickly but don't overload yourself with too much extra-curricular work—even for good causes. Health and disposition must be considered. NOVEMIiEK 23 to DKCICM11KH 25 (Sagittarius)—You :<vc obligations, perhaps a few niinur matters that need attention. Don't pul off till later what you CAN do now. DECEMBER 23 to JAN'IMKY 21 (Cap ricorn)—Sincerity anil honorable ambition are worthy. assc?ts and should be employed for vour own and loved ones' benefit. Today's happy possibilities can be blessings. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 2(, (AquariusJ—Good deeds are never lostf and are bound to bring someone happi-' ness, perhaps give others new incentive to cany on. Today strongly urges pro per cooperation, attention to duties ant' some relaxation. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —A ready-made day for you smart,, generous and usually industrious people.; New ideas, methods, smart buys, handling items for general use and consump . tion, intellectual pursuits highly favored. 1 YOU BORN TODAY arc courageous,; bright, entertaining and eager for learning; are affectionate, fond of family and home: will work hard for their comlort: and pleasure. You are Innately generous,) enthusiastic and very enterprising; canj attain real heights at work you like.l You have stability, intuition, genuine capability for a position of authority; would make an able manager, lawyer, statesman, and be equally efficient a.s an assistant or employee if you curb impulsiveness. Keep studying, improving your tiilents. (King Features Syndicate, Inc.) ! Y, H.CWKJ HUNPRSP5 CP WLE5 WOKTHW- COK& STILETTOS MAP, Rovce HEAP CERKALVO, WHERE COKE MUST HAVP ACC0WPUCE5. 350 AIR MILES P0WH \f& WJLIKELV H6 IN 60TH PlACE&.EASYl BUT" IF WE GUE55 WROWG, WE VvAY 95 TOO LAT6 rO eV£K SEE (Wee ASWN 1 THINK C0K6 TRIED TO MISLED GIVE THE TIME TO E£fAPSl I VCT5 WE TRY / AT LEA^r WE GOT YOU BACK IN ^ ' TH' SfATES, COKEl YOU CAN'T tf» ROyCf'S IDEWTX NCWi 8Uf WO ON HJPE OUT UNPER AW0THER NAWr Ttf 1 HEAT 15 W Read The Article on SHORTHAND in December, 1955 issue of READER'S DIGEST in Cumberland taught exclusively at Speedwriting School 171 Baltimore St. PA 4-0966 Cumberland, Md. Affiliate of Catherman's Business School Approved by Slato Department of Education Without obligation, please send me full details of your Speedwriting Shorthand classes. .Name Address Tel. 1 7HIMK.TH 'BOSS SLICKER WITH THAM TH' BULL.' HE SEMT THEM DOWN JUST AT QUITTIN'TIVIE, K.NOWIW THAT TH' BULL CANT KEEP HIS WOSE OUT Of ' V6H, AN' WORK A LOT OF p<?ee OVERTIME--Aivl' TH' PASSN'T LEAVE FOR FEAR HE'LL THIMK THEY VOtJTT LOVE THEIR WORK.' THAT PRAFTIM' BOSS ' MAY EVEN SENP IM THEIR SUPPEES A€> A JOKE J O-K.--PILE 'EM Ri6HT THERE/ I'D LIKE TO ARE MAOE-NOT 3ORN t~..w *,«?*.„.**. l *~ 2 AW WORD.TrtiesS/AM AMAZIM6 y guT Otic. P0IMT 5LODE5 /KoRRl55ey (?£AD IM YOU YOU KKSevJ H& WAS $D5P5CT£D OP ^f RE/lA&MBER WHErJ* ^J6' WEr^T TO £?£!= , HIM, MAJOR ? -4 M.V COMK: -c. • rigL6FTUS Mew A WORD LIKEA HORSE \M* ^ ME && I LEAVESTH6 P& *• 8ELIEM6D fOST/- WHY TMEi4 'Waler Supply Off, School Has Holiday i The pupils at McCoole Elementary School had no school yesterday due to lack of water. A half day of school is scheduled today. Paul M. Arbogast, principal, said a pipe carrying 1 ftater from the well to the pump has worn out. It is being replaced and the work is expected completed today. to Relief Material Pickup Set Materials, including canned foods, new and used clothing, fats for soap making, will lie collected by truck from the Church World Service Tenter, New Windsor, in Cumberland Monday. Collection centers are at First Presbyterian Church, Washington Street, and at Living Stone Church of the Brethren, Second and Cedar streets. Collections are made by the Council of Church Women, local churches and interested church people. Two or three tons of material are usually collected each I quarter. ! Materials will be received at either of the local collection centers. They are taken to New Windsor, where they will be processed for shipment to areas of need in all parts of the world. The Escalante, Utah's river of arches, makes sucl. sharp loops and turns in places that it can travel half a mile yet be only 50 yards from where it started. *• EVERYBODY WANTS - SEE LEE FOR TV 5 OUTSTANDING BRANDS • RCA Victor • Motorola • Zenith • Stromburg-Carlson • Capehart N. CENTRE ST. Watches»Diamonds«Silvcrware The experts acclaim LINCOLN NEWSWEEK... "The 1956 Lincoln it a con>- pletely revamped car — longer, lower, and wider . . . with 285 horsepower and styling patterned after the experimental 'Lincoln Futura.' Biggest innovations are safety features, developed after years of crash-testing ... a safety-flex steering wheel, spring- resistant door locks, optional safety belts." WALL STREET JOURNAL ... "The J956 tinco/ns meef a smash response... Completely restyled, longer and more powerful . . . one of the few makes to feature a major re-do'in looks for 1956. Head lamps are hooded. Larger taillights slash forward , .. 'Jet-pod' bumper guards house oval-shaped exhausts on both sides." COLLIER'S ... "Lincoln's attempt to penetrate the big-car market more deeply is based on more than prestige. Lincoln is a big car, yet.. .it conveys an impression of small-car maneuverability . . . barely five feet high, it has a ground-hugging appearance. Horsepower boosted to 285, and there are new safety devices." VOGUE . ; ; "Fashion news arriving by car: the Lincoln's body is new, its engine is new, its safety wheel is new, and so are the airplane-type toggle switches. With the exception of airport limousines and the like, this is one of the longest cars in America. Handsome accessory to fashion, too, as it happens." ... and the public agrees! LINCOLN FOR 1956 Fine car buyers are so enthusiastic about this new Lincoln that there has been, literally, a waiting list for these cars since announcement day. And the demand is still mounting. To be sure of driving the Lincoln of your choice at an early date, come in soon. Another Lincoln "First" . .. The Robot-Top . . . The 1956 Lincoln Convertible has the first completely automatic self-locking top—for the quickest, easiest "top-up, top-down" converting ever. No handles or levers to struggle with . . . nothing to touch but the control. 828 N. Mechanic Street Cumberland Lincoln-Mercury Cumberland, Md. OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. PA 4-0460 Much rice is planted by airplane in the United States. The Cfir/sfmas Gift Store for Children! K K f. k S. RELIEF for Muscle Pain ONLY IN A P.S. MARKET SUCH GREAT TOMATO SAUCE SPECIAL PURCHASE OF 1000 CASES LITTLE CHEF CANNED VEGETABLES 8 ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM The MOST A Dime Has Bought In Years! Pork & Beans Kidney Beans Spaghetti Sauer Kraut June Peas Peas & Pimentos Butter Beans Hominy ALL MB, CANS Buy These By The Cose ... 24 Cons $2.29 - Solid Cases or Mix 'Em Up! Coffee Oleo Lard s ^ s Instant Coffee Pure Black Pepper Family Brand Public Pride 21t31c ?r43c £79c MEDAL GOLD LARGE GLASS WATER PITCHER FREE with each bag FLO 25 ROCKINGHAM COOKED PICNICS Ib 33c HOME DREST ROASTING CHICKENS ,,35c LEAN CHUCK ROAST ,b29c iSwift's Premium Picnics lb 33c i±d Steak .... l e °j i • Steak •• Tonderlom «•»»«**"* sh'oV Chops - Pork Cfoalr Shoulder '»«S«JI\ ••Pork Butt Boston t «" l » l ' on Chons Pork VrBIUpS skini« s Franks smoked Sausage £°' Roast ib. 49 C IB. 45 c <b 37c "b. 37 c ib. 37c ib 37c •b 39c IB 39c *. 39c i"^ p Roast ib. 39c l r " h Ribs ib. 39c Spore •»••*» °~ ****** cL° bn Steaks ib. 37c sT r± r Steak ib.37c Ends BaCOn ••• 5 Ibs. $1 Fr " h Sausage 4 »«. $1 G"u hnd Hamburg 4 »> $1 l°% Liver 4 ^ $1 spk.d Luncheon 3 * $1 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES! U. S. No. 1 POTATOESI 50-lb. $1 1ft , Bog lilvj Juicy Fla. ORANGES 29c doz. I Seedless G'FRUIT 5c ea. ( Maryland Sweet — 4 Ibs. ;! Red Emperor — 2 Ibs. POTATOES 23c GRAPES,. 25c UBLIC SERVIC 000 MARKET: -26 N CEOR.CE STREET AND CRSSAPTOWN

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