Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 6, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 6, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1955 THREE 139 Pints Of Blood Donated f To Red Cross In Cumberland The Red Cross bloodmobile col-11205 Bedford Street; Robert W. lected 139 pints of blood yesterdayj Phillips, RD 1; C, Bernard Tasker. during the one-day collection at!55.s Patterson Avenue; Mrs. Marga- the home of Cumberland Aeriej ret Leasure, 320 Waverly Terrace; No. 245, Fraternal Order of W. R. Brooks, 451 Pine Avenue: Eagles. Only six were first-time donors, (he others having given blood previ- Meeting Cancelled Due To Deer Season A meeting scheduled yesterday Mrs. Mildred Miller, Ellerslie, and William S. Matthews,.Corriganville Dr. Royce W. Hodges was the Kettle Houses Collect $306 In Week Over $300 was collected last week cultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee was postponed until next Monday al 10:30 program. Capt. Daniel K. Biggs, commander, said the kettle collections. a. m. due to the deer hunting alo "S will > 517 of other donations, ' Ininlpfl S.1?S.Sn nil <5:iliirrl:i\' ninhl season. Miss Elizabeth A. Hoover, office totaled $323.50 on Saturday night. The total is slightly below first ously. The blood bank added four (physician on duty all day yester Two-Gallon Club members and an even dozen One-Gallon Club names Due to the deer season opening, ajmmber of men scheduled for ap- lijfntments cancelled, and several other cancellations were noted due to illness. A total of 115 kept their day. The Bloodmobile will visit Westernport today, where it is hoped to collect more than 150 pints of blood to help reach this month's county quota of 300 pints. The blood unit will be in operation at the home of appointments. There were 33 volun-j Victory Post American Legion leer and unscheduled walk-ins. Of there, from noon until 6 p. in. this total, nine were rejected for disability of one kind or another, such as colds, low blood pressure The next regular visit of the mobile to Cumberland will be on January 9. etc. The Two-Gallon Club members ' u • i „!„ v ,1 ™ , j enrolled yesterday include H er-| Rld Se'ey \outh Elected bert C. Heineman, RD 5, Walter To College Fraternity A. Hawser. 124 Arch Street; Miss • Mary Soethe, 614 Hill Street, and Mrs. John W. Kite, RD 4, New One-Gallon Club members include, Edwin Shank, RD'4; Ralph H. Bett. 516 Broadway; Mrs. Claude 'Domer, Potomac Park; Kenneth H. Mahaney, us Race Street; Mrs. Thelma Seeders, 34 , James C. Moon, Ridgeley, has been elected to the Zeta Sigma Elder Street; William R. O'Neal, land. Fraternity at Shepherd College. Moon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Moon', 15 Potomac Avenue. Ridgeley, and is married to the former Miss Margaret McGowan, a registered nurse of Mid- manager for the local ASC, said "' cck . collections last year of most of the men who were to at- 5337.55. tend the meeting are avid hunters and took to the woods. Robert Fulton!s steamboat, "Clermont," began regular service in 1807. A number of organizations plan to man the kettles as the yule season progresses and service clubs of the area are expected to stage their traditional one-day (kettle campaign, December 17. WHTH THE NEW 1-OZ, HEARING AID SONOTONE Fort Cumberland Hotel Wednesday, Dec. 7 - 10 A. M. to 9 P. M. Come In For A Free Demonstration Consultant Roy B. Furr Capt. Biggs said members of the Salvation Army are conducting their annual sale of the Christmas War Cry this week and next. A number of persons applied for Christmas food baskets 'at the Salvation Army Citadel yesterday and Capt. 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