Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 7, 1957 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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VM_PA 2.J600 for « WANT AD Taker Closing Program Tonight At John Humbird School _ ... n of John iiunitiird School will be field lo- nay at 7:80 p.m. with music bei"K a feature. The sixth grade will sing "Our Country" and a Flog will he presented to the school by Mrs. '•-lizabeth Nave on behalf of the \cterans of Foreign Wars Aux- iwarv. J the presentation, the fcf'ag salute will be given^ America." and "I Would lie True." sung by |he group and Hie Lord's Prayer said. A choral reading. "God Is Like This," is to be given by Nancy Goss. William Orndorff, James fiitcliie, Allen Brinkmaii, and Terry Williams. Dec Ann Westfall will sing, "Give Us This Day." Members of the school in- strumcHlal class. Donald I.eo and Barton fJarnslrickcr will play violin and tniniiiel solos. respect- Miss . .„ teacher, arranged the program. Sixth grade mothers will serve refreshments in the cafeteria, followed by dancing for Ihe graduates in the auditorium. The spring and graduation themes arc being combined in Hie. decorations, with spring colored streamers pnd assorted flowers. A large class cake topped wilh a miniature graduate, and handmade favors of graduates are being used on the refreshment tble. EVENINC TIMES, CUMBERI/AND, Ml)., FUIDAY, JUNK 7, J937 Response To Cumberland Area Lutheran Mission Said 'Gratifying Results of the Lutheran Kvan-'Lutheran Synod of Maryland. in SI. John's,*SI Luke's and St -,••'• "" eelism Mission being conducted! Plans are in progress, Rev. Paul's churclu": IIP™ imt 11 w' ij WCe 'i,,-ii. - , l)Ccn visitin g among their friends sons comcleU this week by four congregations M,-. Myers said, for continuing Paul's in Frostbit is , ""• William J/Yinglmg pas-and neighbors in the communities which they i of the Cumber and area awtho «,,,» n «ii,.,. .....i. ..-..i —.. ,.« . l . Iuu ..r. 'or of the Frostbure church, has lo invite ihn«n ,,««„„..„ _.'.„;.." FIVE . , or connung of the Cumberland area are'the evangelism work until each gratifying, according to Rev. congregation in the synod has an I-rancis B. Myers, Silver Springjaclive year-around evangelism Eastern regional director. The Cumberland area mission. . .,--•-- ••"•• More than 4.GOO persons have he said, completes a two-year attended the first four days ofTriniiv omghasis on evangelism in tiWthe services which began Sunday will be -„.. • -ii , , "' " K nuMuurg umircn, nas 10 invn< services w,ll be climaxed .been serving as area chairman tend the ,„ ,„, , „ ., ......... ~-.ui-i.-ii ai-ivHiB iis area cnairman today at 8 p. m. mil, a "Com-ifor (lie activities of (lie four con- niumty Rally" in St. Uko'sigregalions, having an aJult ' . gregaons, aving an Lutheran Church. Bedford Street .''membership of 3.152 persons. . Hcv. Wallace 1C. Fisher these persons to at- Guesi missioners have becn : serving as evangelists each night, , preaching and instructing mem Man Knlisu ] n JV 11V y Donald Herbert Lai-gent, 21, Baltimore, who formerly resided in Cumberland, returned here this week to enlist in the Navy at the local recruiting .station. All distances in Cuba are moas- rcd from a 21-carnl diamond set the latter's "0 How Lovely is Hie Evening." An octet composed' of Karen Irons. Patricia Brown ' Betty Keller, Kila Keller, Orris-' tine Krickson. Janice Sirbaugh Linda Saville and Carol fiesh will' sing. "Praise The Joy." The graduation address will be given by Rev. Kenneth W. Grove ' of Emmanuel .Methodist Church!! using as his topic. "Mighty Oaks! from Little Acorns Grow." Miss! Sara Wright, principal, will; award (lie certificates. Missi , Prances Crist, teacher of the six-! lh grade, will read the names. "A! Merry Life." will be sung by the! class concluding the exercise.) is. Golden */2 Fried CHICKEN flench fiiei . . Cole Slow Rolls and Coffee $1.00 Steak Dinner $1.50 wilh Solod 1 Fiemh Filn LINDY'S Coffee Shop B.dford Rood, V2 mil* fiofn CrotlroaJl Phon« PA 2-3399 (VffiV DROP IS CHARCOAL niTERlD! *o,Q, r ill or character! It A It F, •GENUINE SOUR MASH- Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey riLTERFD sons completed 278 visits during which they interviewed 4C8 persons "for Christ, and the church." Of this group, 74 agreed lo attend pastor's instruction classes prior to making their decision for .membership in the church. I Another 45 children were proirv ;ised (or baptism and church (Continued on Page 7) Sun time, Fun time THE SHOPPING CENTER lor the young teen sizes 10 to 14 A, shorts, 2.50 B, fancy pants, 12.98 C, shirt, 1.98 pgs in a sister act sizes 3to6'/2 7 to 14 D, sleeveless shirt 1.49 1.69 E, cut-out shorts . . 1.98 2.25 F, Capri pants . . . 2.25 2.SO H, unlined jacket (7-14 only) 2.98 I, walking short;; (7-14) ... 2.25 Sure wish Ihcre was enuf Ezra Brooks to go oround . . . bul (here |'ust oin'lf Actually Ihis rote old Bourbon come* from the SMAUESf ond one of the oldest distilleries in Kenluckyl Ez.o Brooks is Charcoal Filtered after it's been slowly ogcd ond naturolly mellowed for 7 long years in select, heavily chewed, pure While Ook barrels, right in our own unheoted sheet-metal warehouse. Not o single drop o! Ezra Brooks is ever produced durin' the hoi summer months .. .'cause generations of distillin 1 experience have loughi us that Bourbon made in hot weather might not be perfect. Once you've experienced Ihe rare, mellow pleasure of Euro Brooks, you'll never ogain be satisfied wilh anything lets I Everyday-o playrogs in sturdy cotton sheen gabardine that's Sanforized to shrink no more than }%. The ponfs come in solid shades of Calypso red or Island tan with a generous helping of stripes os facing to the cut-out styles or in the bells or tie sashes. The tops are completely striped. CHILDREN'S WORLD — FIRST BALCONY Children's Washable DENIM OXFORDS Wilh Cushion Arches ' •* * • •f ^ FULL SEVEN 7 *EARS OLD Blue Red 298 9O Proof for Character EZRA BROOKS DISTUUNG CO. . ANDHSOtl fDUJtlT, KtHIDCKY r The cushioned arches help protect little feet so that they can run and jump more safely. And those quiet rubher soles are a joy to Mom! CHILDREN'S SHOES — STREET FLOOR JEWELS OF THE SEA CARNTVALE throtos o gay abandon of ivovert dots on Lasted... wisely tat'fors At jun into a ehape/ul shorted swimsuit. While-aqua-pink or -slate- black-pink in size* 12 to 18. Gay and informal tor and holiday... perfect for the trip into town. Our self-rwflted sissy ptoyswft sh«Js wrinkles, washes aod drip-dries quickly, needs little or no ironing. Self bett, too. Powder Blue or Navy. Sizes 10 to 18. SPORTSWEAR — SECOND FLOOR

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