Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 18, 1945 · Page 3
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, February 18, 1945
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915 THREE Road Group Honors Randolph Reailing from left lo riRht—Pat Moore, Executive Secretary Amerl-j eni\ Association <if Airport Executives, Congressman Jennings Randolph,! Chrtrles B. Donaldson, Director of Airports, Civil Aeronautics Adruinis-1 trallon. • . ..-'...-' ••'.'. ROSENBAUM'S smart new GARAY BAGS point the luay to Spring! Washington'. D. C., Feb. 17—The life membership award was presented to Rep. Jennings Randolph of Hie .Second W. Va.. Congressional Dkmci, at the 1 -4'Jnd annual meeting ol the Aiiu>nc:m Honcl Builders' 1 the near future. Association in Chicago. The award was Issued on behalf ot the American Assdctalkm of Airport Executives through Pat Moore, Executive Secretary who saiti Uitu it was the third Eiich award in 16 years, and that it was given lo Mr. Randolph because of liu; ''.sincere approach to all legislative matters pertaining to aviation, his • unselfish, untiring! policy of .aid and cooperation with I the American Ar-sociation of Air-' port Executives in Uie development &nd operation of our nation's system of airports.". Rep. Randolph is the author of perming legislation which .would provide a nation-wide airport pro- gram of 3,000 new facilities with improvement to approximately 1,600 j existing landing areas. Congression-' al hearings on this bill <HR 4) andj similai" measures are scheduled lor FINANCING BUSINESS Laumlry Workers Fill Two Committee Posts I • Lorettn Ce-<isna. Crystal Laundry.' Company and Mi.«s Mary. Cunningham, Liberty Cleaners and Dyers;- Inc.. have been elected to the negotiating committee'of Local 40, United Lstindry Workers, to fill two vacancies. MIES Cessna, Mrs. Bernadoste TYo-si and Mrs. May Starkey linvc been named delegate. 1 ; To the Western Maryland Industrial Union Council. BUSINESS Commercial Savings Bank Cumberland, Md. $ 5 plus tax ROSEN B A UM'S UNTRIMMED COATGROUP 1/2 Price Marriage Licenses Guy Evans Kii;er and Pnuline Virginia Sheet*, Mureaiuovvn. W. Va. Marshall Barney. Artemss. Pa., mid Charloiie Perkins. Amaranth Pa Max Karp. Aitoouh, Pa., and Cocelia Horn. Cumberhir.d. Alexiinder Stephen Condps and Fry da May Priiitl. Krrn, Ohio. . Riiymond Grant Si.vk. Cumberland, and Naomi Audrey Ritchey,' Pa. Harold Brown. Cre.sapta«'ii. ; and Betty Marie Mutton, Spokane Wash. Aiden Cove Hosteller, Somerset Pa., and Loreita Mae Showman, Indian Head, Pa. ; ' • ::•. j Wilbert Thomas Roljcvsori and; Virginia Lee Rice, Cumberland. j Luther Estel Whiiacre. Green; Spring. \V. Va., and Stella Mae, Shrout. Roumey, W. Va. . -. | •Edward Kenneth Morris and; Florence Elizabeth Single, KiUan- nini>. Pa. Robert Herfhtine, West- Bvovrns- 1 vslle. Pa., and Dolores Worrell, Denbo. Pa: George Diitlukbvich and Prances Gcoryanna Scrofani. Johnstown. Pa. Dennis Bumbii, North Braddock. Pa., and Jltuh Hoffman, McKees-1 port. Pa. i Charles Kenneth- Holmes. Sandy Ridge. Pa., and Mildred Mar- \ tin. Hinitzdrilc, Pa. " •'--.• Geoi'se Irving Fisher, and Joan! Vuii Gordon. Berlin, Pa. Wilbur Herman Gi;yer.- : Dcrry, Pa., and Betty Hugh Palmer, Latrobe. Pa. Tlioiuas Wayne We<?.--'e nnd Mabel Ih'iie Lcary. keyier. W. Va. Gori Pizv.ella and Edith Hurd, Columbus, Ohio. Walter William Poclger.s, Home- siead. Pa., and Bevtha . Geoi'geina Acre. Pnnxkiitiuvnoy, Pa. '.. • • John Brewer, BentlcyviUe. "Pn.. ind' Mary Baker, Republic, : Pi\. Berkeley Snbwden Alt and Denisa . L^;i Judy. Upper Tract, W. Va. • Don Howard Slrick, Schrllsburp. Pa..- and ElsLp. Elizabeth Blatien- bercer, Bedford, Pa. ' Eugene. Benedetti and Hilda Patricia : Garritano. Pittsburgh. Pa. Roy Eliis Hartmnn anei Edna May Rinker. P»rgittsvi!le. W. Va.v Ernest William Touvell and Susie Veryle Chri.«man, Xcvvnik. Ohio. Cumberland Savings Bank Cumberland, Md. Pint National Bank Cumberland, .Md. Liberty Trust Company of Cumberland, Md. . Peoples Bank of Cumberland, Md Second National Bank of Cumberland, Mri. They've just arrived—and already are headed for the "best seller" lists . . . your favorite Garay 'handbags in vibrant colors that are redolent of spring — Sistine blue, Burma rose, Burnished amber, Algerian green, Marseille red, Britany violet, Pink camellia, Chinese gold, Chartruese . . . plus basic black and brown. famous GARAY BELTS 1.00 In a large variety of styles and color combinations to match . . . blend ... to contrast with your Garay bags ... to add a new not« for spring. ACCESSORIES - STREET FLOOR 0. P. A. odd-lot release ».« ration free Fi ton's * &NS/8lE.w«y to relieve distress of ^'FEMALE WEAKNESS (A1s« o Grand SUimichic Teflk) Have you at such times noticed yourself feeling nervous, irritable, so tired, a bit blue-due to female) lunctional periodic disturbances? Then don't, delay! Try this great medicine- Lydta. E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound — to relievo such symptoms. It's so cfleclivc because It has a soothing etTcct on one ol woman's most important organs, -.;., : Imp<Mon1 T» Xn»wf '. •'•.' ''••:;: rinkham's Compound DOES MORE than relieve such monthly cramps, headache, backache. It ALSO relieves nccompnnylng tired, nervous, irritable icellncs — due to this cause. Tnken regularly-lt helps build up rcJisfancc ngntnst such distress. Pinkham's Compound itKurs JUTOHE. Also grand stomachic tonic. DIRECTIONS: Tnke one t»Mc- •poonfiii 4 tlmen a dny hcroro nirnls »nd nt bccllltne. Follow Ubci directions. irst in the heart of his mother and dad Whether or not he later become* president, the family will want splendid photographs of him so Have His Photograph Taken Now,..3> $ 6' 95 Proofs shown. Choict of frimw Jl.OO 10 16.95 «»tr» . PORTRAIT STUDIO . . . FOURTH FLOOR FROM FEB. 19 THRU MAR. 3 Prepare Now For Summer With These RATION-FREE Brown and White Spectators with Leather Soles 3.45 WERE 4.98 Queen Quality 5.20 Peggy Lee 3.69 Ranger Sports . . . 2.97 Speedy Sports 2.55 Heel Huggers . , 3.35 ' SHOES - STREET FLOOR VEGCTAIIE COMPOUND b o o k s f o r b o u s and girls NEW ARRIVALS! . . . There are complete series, featuring "Trie Curlytops"/.:. . "Bamba ^^^ .the Jungle Boy"'. >. . Ann Porter" and, "Rosemary". There, are such titles as: The Scarlet m^^ I Stair, The Jade Necklace, 13th Spoon, The Twin Ring Mystery, The Laughing Mask, Voice B^^ I from the Cave, Secret of the Dark House,.The Door in the Mountain, Winds of the West, ^^^ ' Hoofbeats on the Turnpike, Rainbow Hill, The Tanks Are Coming, Next Door Neighbors, Christine, Glenna and many others! '••'•.. . ,; COPY CHILDREN'S BOOK DEPARTMENT - FOURTH FLOOR ROSENBAUMS were 29.98 were 35.00 were 45.00 were 39.98 14.99 17.50 22.50 19.99 were 49.98 . , were 55.00 . were 59.98 . were 69.98 . 24.99 27.50 29.99 34.99 BROKEN SIZES AND COLORS ... BUT PLENTY FOR .ALL IN THE GROUP! COATS — SECOND FLOOR balcony thrift shop CASUAL FROCKS JL98 to 7* • Seersuckers • Chambrays • Ginghams • Luanas • French Crepes • Shirtings Spun Rayons A goy, co' coHoct'ori of attractive dovlimc frrrlr- for vc-nr spring ond summer Wardrobe . . these'are the dresses thai you yearn (W Idler in the season—^"ond Ihcn they aren't there 1 " Discretion bi<j<- v^u—'select yours now . . , while selections are forgo . . . white sly'es ate 'i-osh ond pretty . . . There are Printed Florals . . . Stripes . . . ChccPs . . . Plaids. . . . Dots—in one, two-piece styles ... in shirtwaist Jvpes ... in princess stvlcs . . . smart ufili- ..tarian coat styles, And in sizes for ad— 9 lo 15, 12 lo 20. 38 to 44 and 141/2 to 241/2. ROSEN B A UM'S

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