Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 6, 1955 · Page 19
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker 27—ft molt Help Wanted WANTED Apply Morton Lonn Co., 33 Baltimore St. No Phone Calls HOUSEKEEPER wanted at once. Live In. One In family. Writ? Box W6-A, c/o Times-News. AT ONCE Multi-Million dollar corporation Is seeking branch sales manager for Cumberland area. Position involves recruiting, training *nd management of cosmetic salespeople. Complete free training Guaranteed earnings and commission paid Insurance. Write for confidentia interview to D. .Wilhide, Regional Sales Manager. 2354 Appletrce Drive, Hagerstown, Md., or call Hagcrstown 6115 collect. 35—Misceflaneoui GARLJTZ Horn* Improvtmcat C*. Build- in* Contractor. Jobu-Maovlll* InMlbrlr Siding, noofint. Block layinf. PAU-0155. flUENTlN U GRIFFEY BUILDING CONTRACTOR ELLERSL1K, MD PHONE PA-4-2MS EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER G, 1955 Display Classified SMALL MOTOR REPAIRS All makes Air-Cooled Motori 10 EAST STREET DIAL PA 4-55J3 28—Mole' Help Wonted LONG established wholesale lumber com pany needs experienced salesman for h sood Maryland territory—Retail and in; dustrial trade. State experience and references in reply. Box 839-AX, c/o Times-News. Wanted — 2 Men To Work Locally Apply 188 N. Centre St. 9 To 10 A. M. SALESMAN Leading Wholesale Liquor Dealer In the ctat* if looking for experienced top {light salesman-for western part of state. If you think you're the man write Box S32-AX, c/o Times-News. Replies confidential. Our men know of this ad. BUILDING AND REMODELING- Repairs o( all kinds COLLINS CONSTRUCTION CO. RE 8-W11 38—Moving, Storing JOHN APPE1 TRANSKEH LOCAL. LONG DISTANCE MOVING AGENT GREYVAN LINES. PHONE PA-4-1623 BENNETT Local — Long Distance PHONE PA 2-6770 MEADERS TRANSFER, LOCAL LONG DISTANCE AGENT NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES PH. PA-4-3900 VenetianBlinds Custom Mode, Laundry, Kepairi STORM AWNINGS IDEAL WINDOWS DOORS ALUMINUM t PLASTIC WINDOW PRODUCTS CO. 420 Columbia Av». PA 2-2021 Display Classified Wotchei * AGENT MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. LOCAL, LONG DISTANCF MOVING KLAVUHN TRANSFER CALL PA-4-2770 39—Painting, Paperhanging WALLPAPER REMOVING ""AST EFFICIENT SERVICE R. J. KONZAL. PA 2-6897 PAPERHANGING 1 South End Wallpaper Shop, 331 Vi A»t. PA-4-4011 40—Personals IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FUR Rcstyling - Guaranteed fc Insured. Leddj Furriers, Annapolis, Md.. Agent Mr». Brant. Phone PA 4-1857. ... •• MILLING. MACHINE OPERATORS Must set up and lay out work for horizontal and vertical. type milling machines APPLY AT ONCE Employment --/.Office FAJRCHILD AIRCRAFT ; 805 Pennsylvania Avc. Hagerstown, Md. The gift that will cheer every day through the year like a letter from home. Send the Evening Times. Sunday Times, OJ the Cumberland News as a Christmas Gift. The first issue will arrive in a colorful holiday wrapper. Christmas Gift Card bearing your name will^ be sent with e~ach gift subscription. Out-of-Town Mail Subscriptions only. Call Circulation Dept. Dial PA 2-4600. : -VISIT LOANS MOM — tbt* co«ie in lor tigMtwt, f»mlhm. or at. ~rufiaa( FtNANCt CO. UBEW ((US) CO ILDG CUMIEKLAND PA-2-0721 , PUT Tools on your CHRISTMAS LIST Try "PENNSY" In the Narrows DIAL PA 2-7300 LARGE PARKING LOT t/» IWONDER IF BTWER. OF TbO IADS COUU> REPAIR MIT MALT MIXER. ITS* OM THP.BUMH / NINETEEN:;:* You DipNf KNOW 1 WAS AN ELECTRICIAN, DIP YOU? ; Wise 6ur,MUH?LAsr \ Wuw.YouRE 1 NK3Mr,oYeR AT-MY Mo SAL'S/TME LISHT FUSE I 6UCTRICIAM- BURNED our. suess WHO RXEP IT? WE — MYSELF' mi bf KEA S«.!ct. Inc. T. M. B^. g. 5. (.„ EXPERTS CLAIM a comfortable mattress is the key to a' good night's rest. Let us put the "comfort" . back in that lumpy, bumpy mattress of yours. Mattresses of all sizes made to order. Cumberland Mattress Factory. Ph. PA 2-1105. 41—Professional Service* v • V^f^^t WHITACRE'S CUMREKLAMD MAIlAO I SolM and -S«rvic. I 31 N. Mechanic St. ROOT RAKES fOK LAND CLEARING Excavating — Trenching — Grading Wt Art Equipped To Da Youi Job With 200 ft'eces oi Cquiemtnt Shevtlt, CranM, Back HOM, trtnthinj Machinti, D»z»r«, C»rapr«»»or> and Drilli, luclcit Laadcri, Tractor-Trailcri Foi Htavy Hauling, Trixlci. otc. rOPSOll Fill GROUND IOAD MATERIAL Baughman Contracting, Inc. TELEPHONE PA-2-4SI8 DRESSMAKING - Alterations— Tailorlni 13) Baltimore St Phone PA-4-5759 BERTHA AVIS SJEARLES EYEGLASS REPAIRING, Broken Lenses Replaced - Prescriptions Filled. Thos. C. Hubbi. 59 Pershlng SL Tn State Detective Night Watchman »nd Patrol S«rvlc» All Times Investigation— 24 Hours :ilii Phone PA-2-21'6] 614 LIBERTY THUST 43—Piano Tuning MAN Wanted., aged 10 to 40.. Liberal salary and commissions. Car furnished. Good opportunity for ' right man to represent one of oldest companies of Its kind. A resident of Keyser or surrounding area preferred.. Phone Keyser 20971 before 5 p.m. or 20064 after S p.m., for appointment. Piano Tuning and Repairing Laurence Griffith PA-2-1633 STORM DOORS 44,50 UP STORM WINDOWS $21.95- — RUSCO Window & Supply : : 203 SOUTH GEORGE STREET ROBERT W. MORELAND, ASPT, Tunei Repairi School, Church, and Home Pianos. PA-4-1084. Used pianos. LIKE a letter from home every day through the year: To your son-or—daugh ter in the Armed Services, or youFTioy or girl away at school . . . Send the Cumberland News, The Evening Sunday Times. Call: Circulation Dept PA 2-4600. 46—Radio, T-V Service Strand TV We repair all teu from A (Admiral) to Z (Zenith). 29-A S. Centre St. PA-2-7220 After 6 phone PA-2-1914. CUMBERLAND ELECTRIC CO. XV ienrfccs, OD all makes—Guaranteed. Mite-Sunday sen-ice available. PA-2-6191 MECHANICS . Electronic ^Trouble shooting and wiring electronic equipment. Sheet Metal Forming and assembly work on aircraft structures and assemblies. Must work from prints. Apply at once ERCO DIVISION ACF Industries, Incorporated Riverdale, Maryland Allegany Amusement TV Factory BVthortzcd. tervtci Otnulnr. factory parti Service daily 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. PA 2-4783 GUARANTEED RADIO SERVICE Specializinc In home and auto radio- DOLAN'S 11 N. George St. PA-4-5550 HAVE your TV repaired at home by technician of 28 yrs. electronic expert•nee. Reasonable prices. PA-4-1718. 47—Real Estate For Sale BOYS. WHITE, ace 14 up; work after achool and Saturdays. Earn about sl.iiO hr. Apply 3:30 to 5 p. m.. Monday through Friday only: John Pruitt, 2nd floor. J09 S. Smalhvoort St. TWO mature, experienced, established salesmen or sales executives /or free training in nationally-famous sales course with object of teaching Cumberland classes. Write Box 838-A C-o Times-News. NEW BRICK, completely modern. Automatic £as furnace, tile bath, basement garage. Near Ft. Hill. PA 4-2053. Low Cost Pre-Fab Homes Office-Showroom 702 Hilltop Dr. PA 2-2322 The HAROLD R. FLETCHER Co. Mortgage Bankers-Real Estate-Insurance FHA Bedford. Pa. Phone 1048 V/A MAYBURY-POLANTJ REALTY AGENCY REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT 601! QUICKLY, PRIVATELY, ON YOUR CHOiGI LOAN AND REPAYMENT PLAN NATIONAL LOAN phon* - mok» arrangwntnti TODAY CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY OPIE ANNAN ?HONE PA-2-7733 6 Rooms, bath, furnace. £ara£e in basement. Immediate possession. Crcs aptown 16,500 FLOYD P. GRACE REALTOR Dial RE 8-9532 Lots acreage. City water, gas, improvec roads. Bowling Green, Potomac Park Small payment plan. Phone PA 4-1424 hardwood floors, plenty closet space 507 Frederick St. after 6. New 4 room modern bungalow, 35 acres. Close to Fort Ashby on hard surface •oad. J. S. HUTTON, Realtor Bidceley, W. Va. RE 8-8700 after 5 T. M. BRANCH MANAGER TRAINEE Growing consumer finance company with offices In Pennsylvania and Maryland necks to enroll young imbltious men In * planned training profrram that leads to * real executive position In 2-3-y«ars. The requirements are: Good appearance. Age 21-30. Capacity to absorb the concentrated training. Must be a high school graduate, coUeic experience preferred but not essential. Must have an'automobile. This position i» permanent, non-ielling and salaried. All modcrfi employees' bencfit« including vacation with pay, group insurance, and hospiUllration. Write Box 828-A % Time News Give full particulars 31—Situations Wanted MODEL Day Nursery open 8 to 5 daily. Children 2-6. Transportation available. Reasonable. Phone PA 2-4816. WOMAN wants housework, by day, at once. -Mrs. Herbert Wilson. Route 3, Light St.. Bowmans Addition. FINE large building lots. Extra sood location, cas. city water. Very lowest prices. Dial PA 2-0347. SIX ROOM semi bungalow in £ood con. dition, owner leaving city, price $9,250. For appointment phone PA 2-2146. 535 VALLEY ST.. Modern Bungalow, 4-Rooms. Bath, Hardwood Floors, Furnace, Ful! Basement, Garage. $7,850. 313 MARYLAND AVE., 4-Hoom Brick, has 3-Room Frame in rear. Reduced to $3,000. Irvine Millenson. PA 4-5590. 48—Roofing, Spouting New Roofins, Gutter*. Conductor! Mctil Work, all types. Root Pstotlnj 25 yrs. Exp. ALEX J. SCHUTE PA-2-6505 ROOFING SPOUTING smiNG S years to pay Guaranteed worft Andrew Witt, Phone CO-4-3667 ROOFING SPOUTING FURNACES GUARANTEED WORK ALFRED FAIR ALL PHONE PA 2-7193 50—Upholstering Upholstering, Drapery, Slipcover, Dress Fabric, Dan River Cottons GEO. BRAGG STOP FIGURING EXCELUM SAVES YOU TIME AND MONEY 3-TRACK "SENATOR" Ruggedly constructed of 63STS EXTRU1>- ED aluminum. Includes two storm aid one screen section. Fingertip changeover allows maximum year 'round protection. Completely SELF STORING. ALSO • COMBINATION DOORS • JALOUSIES • PERMANENT AWNINGS APC METAL PRODUCTS Box 43, Oldtown Road Phone PA-4-1234 IO HAPPV, IT'S HARD NJ A KICK. OUTA TOEMETDKMOW \ A^T AWTWN5' WHAT IN THIS COUNTfJV V I ICNOW IT strr THE rouee PONT ALVYAVS A6C£E WITH THEM AS TO WHAT IS RIM.' i> A NEW CHINESE-AMEjyC NI6HTOUS BECENTIV OPENED HERE...I'LL CALL AND MAK.S RESERVATIONS KX: ALL OP u> Display Classified For beautiful... Washable walls, it's VOUE are IDEA-.. YOU 5AIP IT WOULD 6£ EASY IB DATE THE CKOEU5 BABK IN THIS JOINT— waL,I GOT MEWS - washable LATEX The South Cumberland Planing Mill Company 33 Queen St. PA 2-2600 LOANS LOANS UP TO-$7-500 f They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy OIMRSOM/ ^, JUST LOOK/FOUR X " SILVER COFFEEPOTS/ WM4TEVER ARE WE 6O1M6 TO DO WITH ALL OF TWEA\?SO -WE C4H USE ON'E E4CM TIME- FIVE YEARS THEWS /" NOW BEEM HJTCMED NOW-/ WW4T >4Re . THE OfJLV COFFEE POTARSOH EVER SEES ISTH4TOLUBE4T-UP FIVEvWD-TErJ UU/MBER- DO". -THEY GOT FOUR CCOUrJT 'EM, FOUR) BEAUTIFUL SILVER COFFEE POTS THE GIFT tOOT«« /HUHBUN6,4BOUT? VfciU'RE^UWys AtUMBLIrJG >WD TO VOURSELF AT BRE4KE4ST'./ Deer Kills Cojh You $100.00 200.00 300.00 Cojh You $ 508.00 740.32 1032.00 Paymtnl* $ 6.72 13.44 20.16 2< Monthly $25.00 36,00 50.00 abov* ihow coin of loan if repaid on ub*duU, Charges on loan i obov* $300 are made gndef Induitriot Finonc* Low. PHONE TODAY! FAMILY FINANCE CORPORATION 40 North Mechanic Street Telephone: PA 4-3600 The Importance of Quality here is hardly anything in the world that someone cannot •make a little worse and sell a little cheaper — and the people who consider price alone are this man's lawful prey." — John Ruskin WIEBEL' i - WORKMEISTER Your Insurance Agents PERSONAL SERVICE PROTECTION • Auto • Fire • Casualty • Life Insurance 1151/2 Frederick St. REAL ESTATE Dial PA 4-3380 (Continued from Page 9) Donald 'Shrlver, FJlntjtone, Md., 5-11 Polish Mountain, If.'' J. Corlcy. 120 So. Mechanic Si 6-102, Town Hill.' . G. L. Bauer, Pasadena, Md., 4-8 Dick's nldcc. William N. Ickes, College Park, Md 2-111. Green nidge. Waller McNcill, Bultlmorc, n-lor, Grec iriuc. Allen Miller, Jr., 940 Gay Street, 6-11 Green nidee. James Thomas, Westminster, Md 8-110. Green Hidgc. ' l.uthcr Turner, Hauerstown, 4-91, Grce Ritl^e. ^. Robert Klncdn, Baltimore. 8-114, Grcc nidijc. Eugene H. Hankfh, Balllmore, 5-112 Grci-n JlitlKC. llcrvey Urown, Bellsvillc, Md., fi-105 Town Hill. Kllrie Morgan, Jr., Uockville, Md 6-100. Town 11111. Jnrrics II. Campbell, Panadena. Md 5-100. Polish Ml. Richard Mccks. Pasadena, Md., 6-85 Polish Mt. Carl Nordi, Little Orle«n«, 2-1H, Towi Hill. l^wlsv A. Joy, Little Orleans, 8-145 Town II in. Charles Iscr. Houlc 4, Cumberland la-ail. J'ollsh Alt. George .1. PauhiK, 32B Hcnll Street 7-8fi, Alaple Run. Daniel J, Stlpck. Baltimore, 4-94 Polish Mt. Marvin B. Jack, Hockvllle, Md., 6-100 Green RidRe. Ii. N. Ilachlell. Jr., Jlagentlown. 7-125 Polish Alt, John W. Evans, Hagerstown, 6-100 Polish Mt. H. B. Cowgcr, Baltimore, 7-110, Green Hldge. Carl Woylck, Boonshoro, Md., 6-100 Green Hld«c. Donald May, Flintstonc. Md., 9-130 Town Hill. Karl Miller, Westminster, Md., 3-100 Town Hill. Walter Marsh. Westminster, Md., 7-120 Town Hill. David King, Laurel, Md., 8-110, Town Hill. Kirhy K. Price, Hyattsvllle, Md., 8-112, Green Ridge, Gene -Hughes; Helslerstown, Md., 114, spike buck. Green Ridge. Charles . Hughes, Baltimore', 6-120, Green Illdtfc. Ted Iloblnette, Fllnlstone. 8-120. Polish Mountain. llarrv Knvser. Kssex, Md., 4-97, Town Hill. Charles F. Strong, Flint.itone, 6-106 Polish Mt. Joseph Mnyne, Gaithersburtf, Md. 7-100. Town Hill. John J. Miller. Jessup, Md., 6-106, Green ftidge. Carroll Ylnglinx, New Windsor, Md,. 8-126. Green HidHc. Harry W. Peters. Baltimore, 6-115, Town Hill. Waller Creek. Little Orleans, 7-114. Town Hill. M. H. McDonald, Little Orleans, 6-9.'. Liltlc Orleans. J. J. Downing, nandallatown, Md.. 1-102, Town Hill. J. W. Turner, RD 1. Cumberland. LaVALE PH. PA 4-4611 WISHING Registered U. S. Patent Office. 2 84 7 3 5-2 DP A R R O E 7 - W 7 L 4 N 6 E 2 O 5 O 8 3 O H H H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every; day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune.'"i Count the letters in your first name. 1C the number o£ letters is 6 of. . more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result (t~' your key number. Start at the upper'left-hand corner of the rec» .-,• tangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. •'*; 0 I5J3. by Wllliim 3. Miller, Diilrlbultd by King F«.tur«, Joe. IZ'fc> •" 0-1 l(i, Mltlc Orlcan«. James S. Noll. Randallatown, Md -119, Tarpon Kldjtc. J. W. IH-ck. Hclhcsiin, Md., «-10S Harry Chancy, Boonsboro, Md., 7-1K 'own Hill. Salvatore Costa. Baltimore. 8-9.1. Grcci Henry A. Sncllotto, Baltimore, 8-104 Robert Keller. Hagersiown, 8-115 reen Ridge. Henry P, Falls, Baltimore, V93, Town ill. John Stahlc, Baltimore. 7-lia. Little rle.ins. John J. Moerner, Hampstead, Md. 124. Polish Mt. Elddie Randolph, Pasadena, Md., 66 pike buck. Town Hill. Golden Huhbell, Jr., Hillcrest, Md. 140, Green llidge. Marvin K. Johnson. Oxon Hill, Md. , spike buck. Green Ridge, Harry K. liussard. Hat;erslown, 7-115, rf-en Ilidge. Adriel J. Keener, Hagerstown. 5-115, reen Ridge. Ernest N. Hof/man, Flint.itone. 6-108. olish Mt. Leonard K. Cook, Rockvlllc, Md., 120. nick's Ridge. Ray .N'lrholson. Mt. Rainier, ,\1d., 8-140. reen Ridge. Roy E. Gnagey. Baltimore, 8-JIO, Town 11. Edward Dcwey, Hyaltsvillc, Md.. 6-105, ck'.s Ridge. David ,Dinham, Jr., Baltimore, 9-145, reen Ridge. C. TRAINED practical nurse wants nursins. Will live in. Phone Kcyscr 22917. Ask for Mrs. Smith. 32—Instructions ENROLL TODAY FOR JANUARY CLASSES TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 VA. AVE. CUMBERLAND PA 4-2180 KINDERHOUSE — Acceptinc enrollment now. Children 3 to 6. Transportation. Experienced teacher. Dial PA 2-0:H7. .34—Lost and Found — 'LOST — Female Beaclc. black, brown, white. Howard for information. Ralph Ullery, 110 Humbird St. LOST—Saddle back male black and tan coon hound. White hind feet, chest ticks. Liberal reward information or return. Mcnvin Hast. PA 2.604R. A SIGN of success Is a "Sold" tign on your 'house dr lot. Let us help you •ucceed. Place » real estate for sale »d or contact one of the realtors who us« the w»nt ads daily. He will be Dlcued to accept your listing. UPHOLSTERING Furniture Automobll* AUTO CONVERTIBLE TOPS TRUCK SEATS TARPAULINS HASTINGS ALUMLNUM AWMNGS Geo. S. Warner. 1323 Va. Ave. PA-4-0774 UPHOLSTERING Recov«rin£ and retying C. E. Erode 355 Greene PA-2-1890 UPHOLSTERING John Troxell, 222 Davidson St. PA-<-2094 Furniture Upholstering. Repair* Canvas & Aluminum Awnings PlQQTrT T Oldest. Most ReUable UOOriljJ. Over 32 Yearj ln CitJ 13] Frederick St. Phone PA-2-47J5 51—Vacuum Cleaners All Sizes - - 2 Hour Service - - Expert Quality PHOTOSTATS aby Escapes Dcalli ASHDOWN, Ark. Ml — L. Coffee, Ifi, was killed when he was iliil by a truck, !)ut an infant he Ijwas carrying in his arms escaped || without a scratch. The impact j jarred the Iwby from his arms. Jack' Hen Pheasant Seeks Refuge Among Shells OGALLALA, Neb. ; (fl Lanigan, hearing a rustling along the wall of his hardware store,.discovered a live hen pheasant l crouched in an open cabinet among, the shotgun shells. . , ! The bird had flown in from the • country where pheasant shooting''' was in full sway and sought refugs .. where the shells were the thickest. Cood Will Meiers DETROIT Mi—All parking tickets n suburban Dearborn were paid yy the Optimist Club for a week. Said a club spokesman: "It's a means of focussing attention to the - ;ervice group's activities. Viola- ors will be given an opportunity o reimburse ish." the club if they School 'Game' VACUUM. GLEANER Parts & Service PA-2-5070 1302VA. AVE Display Classified 35—Mitctflaneoui •EPTIC TANKS CLEANED - Modern •9«lpmtnt Bl-SUit Dlipoul Service Writ! or Phon* Loniconlni HO-3-4401. Block Laying & Cement Work PHONE PA-2-2699 WELL DRILLING U m. tip. " Modem il««l equipment Pump Initlllatloni, Gilranlicd Ciiltf r. V. CARPENTER WELL DRILLING C*. P. 0. Boi 352, Curnb. Ph. RE-8-9300. STORM Doors & Windows Venetian Blinds cuitom mod*, cUanad—repatrtd Awnings (Draperies & Drapery Rods { Ornamental Iron Railings John E, Sharp & Co.; 401 N. Mechanic PA 2-7620 Your Valuable Papers Copied In Strict Confidence CALL PA 4-1622 - MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED THE CUMBERLAND ENGRAVING CO 118 S. Mechanic Street PHOTO ENGRAVING PA 4-1622 BLUE PRINTS — OFFSET NEGATIVES AND PLATES — ART SERVICE EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Or. phan's Court of Alk-^any County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of Henrietta Frances Gerdemann Cook late of Allecany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against laving ercSy hiljit tlie mime, with the vouchers tht* of duly authenticated, to. the ^subscriber on or before the 18th day of May. 1955. They may otherwise by law br exclu fiom all benefit of the said estate. All I persons knowing themselves indebted to isaid estate are requested to make 1m i mediate payment. Given under my hand this 18th day ol i November. 1955. Mrs. Henrietta M. C. I'onton Executrix, .11 Prospect Square Cumberiamt, Md. Adv.—T-Nov. 22-29-I3cc. 6-13 EXEC11T1UX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That UN- subscriber has obtained from the Orphan's Court of Allesany County. Mary land, letters Testamentary on the estate of Michael H. Miller, late of AllcRany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the IRIh day of May, 195B. They may otherwise by law he excluded from alt benefit of (he said estate. All persons knowing thfmselveir Indebted to said estate, Are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this IRth day of November, 1355. BERTHA 1. MILLER, Executrix, P. O. nn\ S33. Cumberland, Md. Adv.—T-Nov. 22.29-Dcc. 6'13 (Continued from Page 10) re designed to measure more ob- - ectively his abilities in reading, nalhematics and language — his ocabulary and ability to compre- : " end what he has read; his capacity for reasoning and his knowl- • edge, of fundamental processes in ' arithmetic, his ability to spell, punctuate and capitalize. 'Interest Inventory' Still another typ_e is an "interest..inventory" examination that is designed to outline the broad are'asV of work which might hold the sta-' ' dent's interest. "In this one," says Miss MeeK ... "we try to find out whether the child's interest is directed toward people, numbers, science, the crea.- live arts, manual arts, or outdoors occupations; whether his interests arc mostly verbal, computational, or mechanical." Still another, given to high school students who hope to go on to college, measures "mental maturity." By looking at the results of this one, says Miss Meek, the educator can tell a child, "You seemingly 'inve the ability to do things people n college do." Or, "You might rake it, but you'll have to work." Or, "There's reason to believe you would have considerable difficult^ n keeping up in college work." "We never say to a child, 'you can't go to college'," Miss Meek adds. "We believe that somewhere,"^' n some field, there's a college for nearly every child."

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