Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
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KB KVE1UNU TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955 THREE POLIO VICTIMS AIDED—William H. Smith (left) and his wife, Betty, (right), polio victims in adjacent iron lungs at Ventura t (Calif.) County General Hospital since October, have been saved from a bleak Christmas by the efforts of their neighbors and fellow teachers at nearby Ojai. The community, led by the . Ojai Valley Teachers Association, has collected several thousand dollars .to pay for the Smiths' nursing, the mortgage on their home, and care of the couples two children. They came to Ojai a year ago from Spokane, Wash. , (AP Phofofax) Drug Firm Appoints Local Representative Robert T. Buchanar has been named representative of Eli Lilly and Company here and will handle the drug firm's business in the 'ri-stale area. He succeeds W. L. Ridenoure, who has been transferred to Washington. 2uclianan is a registered pharmacist. and a graduate of Claysvillc (Pa.) High, Washington and Jefferson College and Univer sity of Utah. Club Meets Tonight A meeting of Allcgany Chapter, Dale' Car.iegie Club International, will be held today at 7:30 p. m. at Central YMCA. STACEY'S MARKET 51 N. Centre St. DIAL PA-4-6566 • CHINCOTEAGUE OYSTERS Gals. Qts. Pts. Vi Pts. . end 'in SHELLS Fresh and Cooked Shrimp Fresh Flounder Filets Salt Mackerel Filets Finnan Haddie Lobster Tails Salmon Steaks Halibut Steaks Frash Picked Maryland GRAB MEAT Fresh Deep Sea SCALLOPS Porgies Ib. 29c Whiting . . . IB. 29c Sea Trout Ib. 39c Sea Bass Ib. 49c Rock Bass Ib. 55c Cat Fish (drest) . Ib. 59c Kiddies! Phone Me tomorrow, Fri. Nite PArkview 2-6000 5:15 to 7 P, M, Gentlemen: You'll find exquisite gifts for 'her' FLOOR • *:•;.-,• _ j,^ •-*"'••• • c*?^!^ *-W X ^^Wr- osenbaums L "It's a White Christmas 8 I I Christmas-gay Blazer Stripes Men's Washable - s Robes 498 Those eosy-to-care for no-iron seersucker robes in handsome stripes. Styled with shawl collar, 2 pockets, matching self belt. Packed in cellophane bag. Small, medium and large sizes. K K K K 1 REGULAR 1.50 and 2.50 s r 5 $ SPECIAL PURCHASE FAMOUS MAKE TIES shown just ,3 of dozens of styles K S K K K I K I' I 1 I Reg. 5.00 Imported Briar Pipes 1. Special purchase of pre-ticketed, regular 5.00 Kings Imperial pipes, made in England of aged imperial briar. Aluminum filters. Hard rubber stems. Straight and curved stems. Boxed and gloved for gift-giving. s MEN'S SHOP — STREET FLOOR * I - * S^Sig!^^^^?*^^ v- * K K K K A A Gift to The Giver « *. r* *.. * Middy Slipo»«f Notch Collar B« Binding. U"d«'o">i orm binding U. S. Pa No. l»7j!l9. N* Slip-N* SlrangU. ji lit. odluiinoMi. Dlut • loiric lni.m, lor 0«'< '.el. p.fman«nl *-oltl tin. lir N. Chafing, foun U. S. '01 No Give him "refreshing sleep" leetway Pajamas Some men like pajamas with notch collars. Others like middy slipover and surplice styles. But all men like the sound, revitalizing sleep that comes from Pleetway's patented comfort features. Pleetway's PJ.'s help every man to sleep .comfortably in his own fashion. A grand variety. Sizes A, B, C and D. f-r-e-e 3.98 and up K hi oHradiy. gift boi (i K with the purchase of this luxurious new Parker "51" pen and pencil set Famous Parker/"51" pen with Electro-Polished point and the new Parker Liquid Lead Pencil that sharpens itself as it writes. Point cannot break. Here's a gift that is new and different Plus ... a 3.95 Liquid Lead Pencil FREE with the purchase of this "SI" LL Standard Set. I MEN'S WEAR — STREET FLOOR I STATIONERY — STREET FLOOR • Special purchase from one of the best known makers of nationally advertised neckwear • Every tie carries the famous name 'label • All new, trim-look tics in colors to blend with soft-tone shirr and dark suits • In all silk woven fabrics, imported fabrics, rayons and acetatai MEN'S WEAR — STREET FLOOR

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