Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 5, 1952 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, March 5, 1952
Page 16
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 5, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Students Capped At Local Hospital Nursing Schools Student nurses at the Memorial; a processional by Lois Kelley, fol- and Allegany hospital schools of| lowed by the audience singing, "hTSekS ^^ ^'^ ^ j "^erica." John A. Moberly, super- Memorial's exercises Saturday in; intendent ° s th e hospital presided Port Hill High School opened with ] and Rev. Carl Clapp, pastor of St. FOR TAXES • Don't borrow unnecessarily, but if you're short of ready cash for taxes (or any worthy purpose) B loan from Tsn&anal may be the best solution. It'* "YES" To 4 Out of S Employed men and women . . . married or single are welcome. Phone, write, come in today. Loans up to $1000 Even$ Pay't* J 9$12 $21 CASH YOU GET 1 5 Mas. $143.26 250.70 18 Mas. $165.05 288.83 Above payment cover everything) Loans $300 and less marie under the Maryland Small Loan Act. (Md.) Mark's Reformed Church, offered the invocation. The Student Nurses Choral Group sang, "My creed" and "Follow the Gleam." The group, directed by Miss Lois Newman, is composed of Ann Linn. Winifred Trout, Hilda i-tump, i Catherine Morton, soloist, Joan Martin and Sue Millholland "The nurses of the future must be a skilled, convincing teacher of the • art of living, so as to maintain health," Mrs. Gladys S. Brooks, director of nurses, told members of the class in her address to them. She also stated that the nurse, "will understand human beings and soc : ' relationships. She will be an indis- pensible factor in the promotion of international well being and. good on Signature, Furniture, or Car COMfAHYff THAT 11 tit TO tAT Mf FINANCE CO.! 2nd Floor • LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY BLDG. S. W. Cor. BALTIMORE & CENTRE STS., CUMBERLAND Phone 721 * Daniel Dopko, YES MANoger Loans made to r«Idinfs of all surrounding town! BROOK'S CAFE 79 N. CENTRE ST. THURSDAY ONLY! Brook's Famous SPAGHETTI WITH MEAT SAUCE ITALIAN BREAD will, She will be an Instrument in securing world peace." Mrs. Brooks officiated at the capping and candlelight ceremony. Greetings were extended by Mary Ann Galloway, president of the Student Council Association. Miss Violet E. Popp, educational director, gave the Nightingale pledge to the new nurses; after which Mr. Clapp gave benediction. In addressing the candidates at Allegany Hospital School of Nursing, Rev. Louis Glantz, OJF.M. Cap., in the hospital chapel Sunday, told them there are three things needed to be a good nurse. He said they need a trained rnind to apply the skills of medicine; an understanding heart, since they are dealing with human nature in order to give understanding and sympathy; and a trusting soul for with all their training and sympathy they will get no where unless God is helping. After the processional the assembly sang, "Mary How Sweetly Falls that Word." Sister Angela, super- Announcement: Memorial Services of Cumberland Aerie, 245, i Fraternal Order of Eagles will be held SUNDAY MARCH 9 AT 2:00 P. M. FIRST FLOOR, EAGLES BUILDING PUBLIC INVITED PESKINS what a wonderful it will be Peskins . . . Beautiful shoes There's a special dash in your beloved Mademoiselle . . . Laird Schober . . . Troyling and Andrew Geller shoes. Designed with smooth young elegance . . . smooth or textured . . . light or dark. AAAA to C to Size 10 ALL YOU PLEASE! at thi SUPER 40 Drive-in Watch for Re-Opening LEARN TO DANCE only $-|50 for a private lesson Moyer Studio 231 South Mechanic St. rjr^jrjMT* It Costs ^ IVO k MORE \ to t eat £ - S RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE N. Mechanic St. Just off Baltimore DELICIOUS DRINKS Looking with Luke \ \ / intendent of the hospital officiated at the capping, and, the class gave the pledge of "fidelity to duty," and a hymn of gratitude, "Heart of ara Howdyshell, Janet Martin, Vir- For restaurants bus lines theatres or any other product or service you need for the home or business, look first in tha YELLOW PAGES of your Telephone Directory. It is the quick, easy, convenient way to locate almost anything you need. THE CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF BALTIMORE CITY Jesus, for All Thy Gifts Divine." Father Glantz gave benediction and the group sang. "Ecce Panis," "Tan- turn Ergo" and "O God of Loveliness." A reception for the parents and friends was held at the Our Lady of Crowe, Maureen Durst. Patricia Emerick, Nancy Panti, Kathleen Flake, Donna Porman, JoAnn Hafer, Barb-1 Lowe, Margaret Lynch, Mary Madden, Dorothy Marshall, Mary Mar- Carole ginia McFarland, Dolores McFar- Minke, Oss, Jean Helen Thompson and Patricia Webb. ? « »T tn-r ™7- f- M Shockey, Rena Smith, Mary Teter, land. Margaret McMurtne, Goldai Hc , ori ^ „,„„„„ n.,.,,-,..* ™.w, Mclntyre, Delores Miller, Ann Murphy, Patricia Murphy, Lois Miner, Joyce Often. Ellen Ort. Sally i>feif- fer, Mary Robb, Barbara Sanders, Smoke Meetings Set A Cumberland Terminal meeting Joyce Shanski, Rachel Sultzer, Nan- wi U *>e held Tuesday at 1:30 pxn. Soil Movies Slated Movies showing phases of the Allegany County soil conservation will be shown the Cumberland Klwanis Club tomorrow at 12:15 p. m. by Martin Gordon, U. S. Soil Conservation Service worker here. the Mount Home following the ex-1 cy Tenley, Doris Twigg, Rhoda in City Hall. ercises. Tea was served by the ladies Walters, Sarah.Wolfe, Shirley Wolfe and Darlene Wright. • Allegany Class of September 1951 is Patricia Amoruso, Rosie Bartlett, auxiliary. The Memorial September 1951 Class is Zona Arnold, Delores Beeman, Jane Chappell, Betty Clapp, Joan Clark, Patricia Coleman, Mary Cowatch, Betty Crites, Wanda Rosemary Brinker, Wilda Cunningham, Doris Eberly, Genevieve Emerick, Jane Iliff, Mary King, Joan by Walsh -McCagh LAID THE FOUNDATIONS FOR. MODERN SCIENTIFIC NURSING DURING THE CRIMEAN WAR-1854-5 PRESCRIPTIONS Compounded of Finest Drugs YET COSTS NO MORE ! F-R-E-E DELIVERY We call for and deliver your prescriptions and drug needs On-The-Hour EMERGENCY DELIVERY AT ONCE! 3646-943 •• N. Centre St. at Corner of Bedford The aircraft carrier, U. S. S. Langley. was the first electrically 'driven ship in the American Navy. She just finished her 3rc/. glass of Mason's Milk! 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