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

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
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EIGHT .EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Tiktf It is common in Spain to present women with a bottle of Sherry wine after childbirth. Per capita consumption of cheese in the United States has doubled since 1918. Hawaiians annually consume be-i Ben Nevis is the h^hest sum- i tweon 19 and 20 quarts of '"i»l»J'« BB1 ^ ll £ii! fliei cream per capita. KOCKET REVUE CHORINES— One of the features of 'the fourth annual Rocket Revue, to be presented Saturday at 8 p. m. at the AuVany High auditorium by Allegany Ballistics Laboratory em- for the benefit of the ABL Christmas Basket Fund, will be ployes the chorus numbers by the wives of some of the employes. The group, left to right, includes Rosalie (Boob) Shrout, Betty Lou Morgan, Mary Lewis, Sally Cohen and Virginia (Sis)-Hendricks. A dress rehearsal is scheduled tonight. Traditional Ceremonies Will Be Featured At Community Yule Tree Lighting Program The community Christmas treejUllory, was announced yesterday lighting program at 9:15 p. m.jby Commissioner William H. Buch Sunday, December 18, on the Em-"-'"" - -•--.• tnanuel Episcopal Church grounds will feature traditional ceremonies. holtz, general chairman. standing Christmas exhibit which last year drew favorable comment [not only from residents of the area Washington's official state flower ; the rhododendron. ,„ , t »«.^ ..~ will be master of ceremonies and The program for the ceremony; Mayor Roy W. Eves will officiate Arthur B. Gibson, city ai.dilor,ibul from _ visitors who -saw the dis- - • ----- h th cit. prepared by City Clerk Wallace G. Jaycees Discuss IndusIry Drive The Junior Association of Commerce will co-sponsor a new. industrial program with the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce. Plans were discussed last night during a meeting of the Jaycees at the Ali Ghan Country Club. The speaker was C. William Gilchrist, president of the Chamber. Brooke Fradiska reported on the Winter Frolics Dance and the Jaycees, upon his suggestion, matched proceeds toward purchasing gifts for needy families at Christmas. Lewis Milholland III was named chairman of a group which will consult with the Red Cross to ascertain how they can aid in getting greater interest in the bloodnwbilc unit which visits here. James Matlingly was named to take charge of the Snlvation Army kettle which will be manned by Jaycees from 30 a. m. until 4 p. m. Saturday, December 17. directed by W Valgene Roulch, most treasured possessions of Mrs. will play the prelude'to the evenll Emma Schubert is a plain, wooden which is sidled at fl:15 p. m. so|kitchen table. _ play while driving through the city. Mayor noy w. J^ves win. umucui; . ^ at the lighting of the tree placed Uklalioma on the grounds of old Fort Cum-j r ] s ,. ca t; Ul - es Table berland. The Municipal Concert Band. MIAMI, Okla. Ml — One of the citizens may first attend Sunday ;vening worshio. Rev. Jr.- Maunsell Richardson. rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, will give the invocation. Two songs, "Carol of the Bells" and "The Holly and the Ivy" will be sung by the .Allegany The fiO-ycar-old table served as an altar for Oklahoma's first Catholic bishop. Theophilc Mcerschacrt, when lie made a missionary visit to the Quapaw Indian tribe in Kifl2. H was later used by many ministers. • High Miss the "Joy to the World* and "Silent .Night. Holy Night," will precede the tree lighting School Choir, directed by Dorothy \Viliison, Community singing of familiar Christmas carols, ASTHMA SUFFERERS FIND CURB FOR MISERY DUE TO ASTHMA ATTACKS, RUSHED HERE! New hope for relief (rotn asthma parox VMHS is seen toclay In reports of success r, ^- w ith a palliative formula whk-h acts to Tile Municipal Concert Band WlHj,.,,ij cvc consostion. Men anil women who l^,r "fl,rictm-ii! T-it-irlp March" formerly siilft-rod with ilrcail i-nuchlnE. play tlUlSlnicIS 1 .UdClC JM.HV.II ] ch|lklni ,_ w |, eo ., inK as thma attacks no« and "0 Holy Ninlit." Very licv. J. Lawrence tell til Wesseil ritOMKTIN costs relict alter iislnK U hut cnnsidrrlns . results, this is not expensive, .imnunl.s In pastor Of St. Patrick Sj ml | v ., j,. w pennies per (lose. iCailtinn- Church Will prOllOUIlCe: »«r only as directed.) IMIOMBTIS I: uuiiui, win i»i',<i i s ,,ld wl(h strict money-hack guarantee b; Frostbutg—Moil Orders Filled. Urn benediction. . City workers have been busy c ^ n ^ for several days preparing the out- MANAGER SPIRED Mr. Mock, Manager of the Peoples Store, when interviewed laid, "I'm really fired with enthusiasm for our free shoe offer. We're giving away free- shoes with ony men's suit over $40, or a ladie»' coal over $30. The men's shoes are regular $11.98, ladies' shoes regular $8.98, and they're freel" NO MONEY You don't need any ca»h at lh« People* Store. Gcf all tht apparel gift items you want with no money down. Pay for your purchaics later with juit pennies a day. NO JOB It'i no job ot all to do your Chriit- mat ihopping when you buy at the Peoples Store. It takes juit a few minutes to open an account. No extro charge, of course. The Peoples Store it located at 34 N. Centre St. At SO- It's practically no effort at all for a-sprinter to walk. It's t. br*ez« for a weight-lifter to pick up a child. And so it u with the 1956 Buicks in cruising-for these are the mightiest powered Buicks yet built. Take the '56 Buick CENTURY pictured here. It's almost a loaf for this beauty to cruise a superhighway at a legal 50 mph. At that point it's using less than 10$ of its pedal-to-trie-floor power. And that's just the'reason for the record-high power and compression ratio in your big 322-cubic-inch V8 en fine. You and your engine can take it easy so much of the time. You have no qualms about the response at your command. Your power plant has no need to breathe hard- so it saves gas, stays young, lasts longer. So when you take the wheel of a '56 Buick, you take it easy, and still lead the parade. You know you can call out the reserves with a. touch of your toe. And you find you silk through a whole day's driving 4-S«a*on Comfort in your new Bulck with FRIGIDAIRE CONDITIONING-now at a new /ow price Thompson Buick Corporation 429 N. Mechanic Street Cumberland, Maryland Phone PA 2-8400 Buict's 1956 power-packed CENTIW hordtops-the 2-door Riviero, Model 66R (at top), and the 4-door Rivtero, Model 63. with the flowing ease o£ today's new Variable Pitch Dynaflmv.* For not only does this advanced new Dynaflow give you stepped-up gas mileage and brilliant new getaway response at only part throttle. Not only does it permit you to switch the pitch for full-power safety-surge take-off. It also gives you absolute smoothness in acceleration and deceleration like you get in no otlier car in fh» world. Drop in on us this week for a sampling of the best performance yet—and for a firsthand look at what els« •goes with the best Buick yet. •New Advanced Variable Pitch Dynaflaw is the only Dyna- flfna Buick builds today. It w standard on Roadmaster, Super and Cenlwy-optional at modest erfrc cost on the Special. WHfN BETTER AUTOMOBILES AM IUIIT IUICK WILL BU110 tMIM —• St. Cloud Motors 102 East Main Street Frostburg, Md. Phone n 11 ! 441 y&tfllMim^mffW^ s I I Shop SYCKES For The Best Hi-Fi Gifts! ' m l New Orthophonic High Fidelity "Victrpla" Phonographs 1 1 %£ THE MARK V The Mark V brings the superior quality of New Orthophonic High Fidelity within the reach of everyone's budget. Though a table model, it provides the phenomenal performance expected of a large console. Buy your Record Player from people who know records . . . enjoy your favorites from our unlimited selection in brilliant High Fidelity. EXTRA ATTRACTION FREE! A $25.00 Limited Edition GLENN MILLER ALBUM is yours with each High Fidelity phonograph purchased. SYCKES MUSIC STORE USE OUR LAY AWAY! zz N. CENTRE ST DIAL PA 2-1340 The Mark IV For those who wont the pleosure of High Fidelity but must consider space and expense . . . We proudly present the Mark IV! Though this is a moderately priced model, its excellence of performance reaches the high level that typifies RCA Victor's High Fidelity line. USE YOUR FIRST NATIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT • NO DOWN PAYMENT • NO CREDIT CHARGE • 90 DAYS TO PAY — LIMITED QUANTITY! V->-f •s& V"* •m m

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