Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 9, 1955
Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1955 Clergymen Decorate Window Of Slore Six clergymen from the South Cumberland section yesterday decorated the window of the Milieu- son store on Virginia Avenue with a Christmas scene. The ministers included Rev. Louis Chastain, Rev. Cornelius Davis, Rev. Elhvood Carey, Rev. David Streett, Rev. Frederick Eckert and Rev. Arthur Scrogum. Sole Survivor There was only one known survi vor when an eruption of Mount Pclce destroyed the city of St. Pierre on Martinique Island on May 8, 1902. More than 30,000 other inhabitants were killed. The average mechanical loading machine in a mine can scoop up 60 tons of coal in 10 minutes. The more you let other people talk about themselves the mon interested they are in you. INVEST YOUR MONEY IN PERSONAL. MOVIE FUN... MOVIE CAMERA KIT With Kodak's Brownie Movie Camera, movies are as easy to take ai snapshots. There's only one simple setting, and a built- in guide shows how. You get snapshot film economy,, too. Stop in now for the full story. Kit includes o Brownie Movi» Camera with f/2.7 lens, carrying case, Browni* 4-Lamp Movie Light, plus fuN instructions. Complete, $49.95 CURLS CAMERA SHOP 20 N. Centre St. NWLPN'T TK.L HAP?6WED TO KOK6 & eAPtY BKUISftP, SEW! Wt MU5TG6THIMT0 APOCTORl I KNOW ATKIOGWOOPt CITY! (T'»THB CLOSEST P0INr to we G0T1A I AWT *I*KIN' (JO RAP NOTHU4 1 ! Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker WISHING WELL Registered U. S. Patent Office. 7 g N A •5—r G ' C 3 A T" 6 2 E U 4 B 4 A 6 O 3 R 3 C T 5 A 8 B 2 P 6 N 4 E V 4 U 6 U 8 T 4 T i C 2 E 7 H T" 3 S 5 O 8 O 2 R 4 L 6 H 3 F 6 G T 7 E O •T Y 5 L 5 E 2 O ~T K i T K 8 E "5 5 T N F O T" *J D 3 6 A C 4 5 E P 8 A _c 2 _G 8 Ji 3 M 4 A 8 V 2 H 6 A 3 O 8 E 4 R 5 L 3 N 2 O 3 D 7 G 2 P 5 A 4 S 6 S 3 S 2 E 6 H 4 E O "7 T_TERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every •*• •*• day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6. add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. O l»5. by Williim 3. Mill«r. DiilrlbutKl by King F.aturM. Inc. lZ"9 iLions Adopt Gas !Station Project The Cumberland Lions Club will man a West Side service station tomorrow, with all proceeds taken j in during the day being donated to the club for its various charitable projects. j In all, there will he 24 members j |of the club who will donate their; time for the day. Several mcm-i bers of the group have rounded up gifts which will be presented to patrons As long as they last. The Lions will "man the pumps" from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. at Bernie's service station, 638 Greene Street. The committee in charge of the activity includes John Weber, Harry Goss, James H. Garland, Walter N. Hedrick, John Hancox, Harry Ambrose and Bert Graham. Earliest civilization of the Egyptians 'included dancing and its in vention was ascribed by them to their god Thoth. Hunters Blamed For Woods Fires Two fires in woodland areas th: week have been attributed to nun ers by William H. Johnson, distric orester. The only one in Allegany Count )urned just a single dead tree o he east side of Dan's Mounlai jack of the Cumberland Stockyarc at Triple Lakes Wednesday afte noon. Forest Guard George Brow xtinguished that one. The on! other blaze reported occurred o .he west side of Sideling Hilki Washington County Tuesday an burned about one acre. Johnson reminded hunters tha t is illegal to build a fire in th Baltimore Street ot George Phone PA 2-3700 Compare Ward Phonos for Quality and Price... EQUALS NATIONAL BRANDS AT $25 AND MORE |995 Good Quality Airline—play* afl 3 speeds. New "Profecto-Arm" pickup protects ne«dle and records if arm is dropped. A very fin« Phono for teen-agers. 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