Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 31, 1957 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 31, 1957
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Dial PA 2-4600 for s WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957, THREE Corrigaiiville Lighting Event Set Plans for a celebration rnark-i An official of the Potomac Edi- Ing the installation and operation son Company will be guest spenk- of street lights in Corriganville have been formulated, according to Gordon A. Werner, president William Malhcws will be parade of the Light Association. and Improvement The celebration, Wcrnc* said, will include a parade and square ganville Volunteer Fire Corn d to lake place about 8:30 p. m. Officers of the association and at the celebration and committeemen will be on haiu Werner will throw the switch. marshal. Planning to participate in the revue are members of the Corri dancing and will take place Wed- pany nesday evening, June 12. Boys the vicinity of Ihe Methodist *-<Jhurch in Corriganvillc and go Harl Post 1411, VFW, also through the main part of town to take part in the parade. Th Ihe Ladies Auxiliary unit ;j>U<XJT t;v CHIIIg, U Ullt ".. MWJ u vt**f —>•— •—•- — . . • - ,-l^r r u Various committees have been well as the Women's Society o lined up. Last tebruary Joseph C. Stuckey, president of the fire company, called a meeting of in appointed to take charge of the the Methodist and Reformed C. Stuckey, president of the fire event, which will open with a churches. parade al 7:30 p. m. ft will form Werner said il is hoped th drum and bugle corps of Henr or the program. The evening's clivilies will include a square 1 dance on the ball field. Refreshments will be available. Aclually the lights were turned on May 15 and the work by PE crews was completed before an Army To Decide OH Bridge Type POCOMOKtrClTY, Md., W A recommendation by the Army Corps ct Engineers apparently Club and Girls Club, as appropriate program could be tcrested residents to make plans for the project. Lafayette was an amateur hyp vill help decide whether Poco noke City gets a new draw irldg'e or a fixed-span bridge. The State Roads Commission las proposed a fixed bridge, cor tending a draw bridge is not neec ed and would cost an additiona $500,000 to $800,000.. But the Army engineers are concerned because the span across the Pocomoke River between Somerset and Worcester counties will cross navigable raters. Four District Boy Scouts Earn Star And Life Ratings Four district Boy Scouts have qualified for star rank. earned star and lite ratings at a Board of Review held recently at the office of Potomac Council. Elmer Beachley, of Troop 10, sponsored by LaVale Methodist Church, passed tests for Life Scout, and Wayne Dellart, Lynn Deltart and Ted Williamson, of the same troop, qualified for filar class tests, i'roop 76, Wi led for life rank. Jurgen Bless, of Explorer Posi 10, LaVale, passed first class Scout tests. Dennis Bobo Jr., of Troop 9 Cresaptown Methodist Church district inclu Troop 9, Crc Church, secor rence Wolfe, Ford PTA, first class. -OlltS ... •^ • latmgs >lar rank. , of Troop 7, Cumy Club, passed first and Roger Taylor, ;y Ford PTA, quali- fin\e inK. of Review was con- L. Towler, Nemaco- incement chairman. I and L. I. Homer. nt in troops of the jde Philip Smith esaptown Methodis nd class, and Law Troop 76, Wile) Sitka was the capital of Alaska uring the days before the Unit- d Stales bought the territory rom Russia. Juncau is now the apital. Passengers on some British railways can pay an extra fee of one shilling to ride on trains on which "No Standing" Is per- milted. . "NOTICE" Cumberland Needs a High Speed Automatic Car Laundry tf you ore interest in opening the first Modern Auto Laundry in this area call or write CARWASH EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 527 4lh SI., S.W., WolMngton U, D.C. Fhoru Sl.rling 3-5941 Eastern Dlit/iburor for Ch»m-Tri»rm Equipment osenbcmm's THE SHOPPING CENTER JR. DRESSES fay Smart Sue 1 each Cotton and Dacron Drin-Dries A b orei Smart Sue's doited cotton and dacron with banded shoulder straps. The squared neckline is centered with a bow that buttons to the self belled waistline. Select it in mint green, powder blue or maize with while dots. Sizes 7 to 15. 10 i98 At Right: Multi-dotted cotton and dacron by Smart Sue with short, short sleeves. White pique edging and bows add a refreshing touch. Unprcssed pleated sWrt. Select it in mint green, powder blue or maize. Sizes 7 lo 15. 10 98 FASHIONS — SECOND FLOOR 98 Certified Cold Storage Plus Cleaning _ and Glazing, j SPECIAL (Includes Insurance to $150.) 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A* bM ywl vnr noder evwy dapttne teehkjo because H giraj 24C For the BUCKET BAG Brigade fay Margolin 2 plus tax What to give for graduation? Every lass loves a bucket bag, particularly these Margolin designs with a flap- over closing. Practically ever}' color is here . . . white, pink, powder blue, black, navy, new grey, mallaca, ratan, red end wedgewood blue. HANDBAGS — STREET FLOOR \\ H 1 s Ihe § /STOCKING 1 TOMORROW 1 Insured 1 AGAINST I RUNS f Regard/ess p of Cause/ ft Thv ftrtt nYloni that luc- etufulfy eombiivi rii» slrt- mat* In glamovr wilh an avtrag* eF lour timti Ihl v,-«ar ef ordinary Itockingt. ToV« advonrag* ot thtt "limH«d I'm. Only" iot«. oar IROXWEAR lie- En ranee: 1st Pair — days; 2nd Pair — 14 days; 3rd Fair and over. —21 days. ronwear insured 4 nylons Stretch Top Seamless that fits any leg; 22 day wear test! Was 1.59 NOW I 27 PAID All Purpose Sheers virh a 35 day wear test! Was 1.39 HOW I 11 cs ff FUR STORAGE — SECOND FLOOR HOSIERY — STREET FLOOR 'S>fSKx^Si^'S^'S^£UX^tKi&^\"m<^Ka^ySiaii&3Si: ! i

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