Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 8, 1944 · Page 24
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ere lii Concert Series Zgon Petrl 1 plays here w :?235th attraction in Uie series to M-~ presented by the Cumberland . Concert- Association at Fort Hill •tdttorfum, the audience will heart one of the greatest of living pian- Jrts, .; Called by the New York World' Telegram "One of the Modero GUnts," this great Dutch pianist, Hpjr living In America, la said to combine that rarest of gifts—not 'qgryof- being beloved by all who . hjar.hlm, but of being a musician's amsicjan as .Veil. •TThfc master pianist, bom In 1881, was. nurtured in the "grand manner" from birth. His father. Henri Petrl. was a famous violinist and th» leader of a string quaret bearing: his name which played all over Europe. His mother's singing was •dmlred by Lisst. Their friends wera trm musical great of their day • *hd their home was the center of gatherings that included such In- _^5iortajB._a3_-Brahnss, - Clara -Schumann, Joachim. . Tschalkovsky, Gri'eg. Mahler and Rubinstein. v Young Petrl was a pupil of the great- Teresa.Carreno. Olara Sehu- • *i*nn and Joseph Joachin argued about .bis education and Iquace Paderewsld advised him about hia esyreer. Busont was not only a later tocher but collaborated with Petri In/ «ditjihg the complete edition of tKC' works of Bach. .Ezon PetrS's recital is scheduled •« the final attraction In the series jrh'ch Includes ' the Metropolitan contralto, Mona Bradford; the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, of §3 played with Pableu Sevltzky conducting, and the greatest of modern dance 1 spectacles—the Ballet Russe de'Monte Carlo, Th? season ticket sale will continue until Saturday, October 14, with headquarters at 59 Baltimore Street, (Potomac Edison Co.) Brethren Services . Keyset, w^; Va., Oct. 7 — A week of: services will be conducted by Dr. Rufus D. Bowman, : president of Bethany Biblical Seminary, Chicago, at the Keyser Church of {he Brethren, beginning" Sunday at 11 a. m. Dr. Bowman also serves his denomination aa chairman 04 the Brotherhood Mission Board. He has served pastorates In Rbanoke, Va.,. and Washington, and then as executive secretary of the Board of Christian Education, before accepting his present position. Music will be under the direction of Nelson T._Huffman, of Bridgewater ,--Va~—Huffman,—an—aecom-- plished soloist, served as head of the Music Department of Bridgewater College for many years. Brief Mention Sgt.. James Jennings, who was wounded in Prance and recently returned to the United States, arrived home to visit his wife and two-year- old daughter, whom he saw for the first time. Mrs. Melvln E. Rhodes and son are visiting her husband, Pvt. Melvln E. Rhodes, Camp BiandlnB.Fla. Cpl. John .Kepllnger, Camp Plck- ett, Va., visited his mother, Mrs. Effte Kepllnger. Mr. and Mrs; J. M. Bright re- jurnea from EUcins. They were ac- .. . . ; ., Cadet , Nurse Delorcs Stewart returned to Garfleld Hospital, Washington. X ; ' .-." •.-..;"• •:..-• '..;;:cp; • .;-. Mrs;' Marvel Hyre Smith has gone to 'Panama-City, Pla., to visit her husband, Sgt.iRobert S. Smith, instructor .'in Aerial Gunnery at Eg- Hn-Fleld;'. , ,: •:•. Jackie Flood, Washington, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Greenholt. . . i CU-cle' No. .7 of the Presbyterian Auxiliary wilt meet Tuesday at*7:30 P. m., in the home of Mrs. Arthur Aikey, South Mineral street; . S-2c Belmont Welch is spending a furlough, here. ••... . corapanled. by Mrs. Brlght's'sister, Mrs. C.'C.-RatcUff. J. M. Markwood, Medley, is visit- Ing Mrs. James Stewart, „ South Main street, ^_^ :—:— George L. Simmons, of Maysvilie, is visiting his children: - Mr/ Sim- mons enjoyed his eighty-ninth birthday yesterday. . Sgt. Robert • L. •Harrison, Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, is vlsltlng_.his - ~ '• Sgt. Leroy Bishop, was .-recently irigf and expects to: be In action soon. according to a letter, received by. his - '• ' '' "' '- lfother*sFriead 'lelps bring egse and comfort to 'expectant.. . ',. mothers. M 'OT~HB:R _ FRIEND.-an .-xqulsltely pre- •srcd emollient,-la »^^,>___ Ions where » bUnd, mild anodyne jn*' : \Se medium Jn slcln lubrication la di -red. .One eondltloa In which •wome :>r R lor S than 70 y**" ^^e lised It Is a 1 ppllcatlpn for masa»glng tho body dur n f . pregjiancr ..." helps keep thi skli ; art' «nq- pliable. .. thus avoiding un •ecMsars: dtscomlort due to drynesa am Ightness.; It. refreshes and tones th-. sin. An Idear massage application loi •a» numb, .tingling or burning sensa- lons of the skla...for tha tired back Mother's Friend ers. many doctors am' i' ."Jf *u« ", n l Assist for Jlothrr 1 !—the jldn lutirit-nt. — ••» ------s CUPPER fn our superb collection of fine, all-wool CLIPPER CRAFT suits, you'll find everything . . . yes, everything that/s new and colorful for fall . . .autumn browns, classic blues, and smart greys in rich all- woo! fabrics, all expertly tailored and styled. Best of all, they're moderately priced at only $35 because you get the savings made possible by the famous CLIPPER CRAFT PLAN which combines the buying power of 753 leading stores coast to coast. Its' a unique plan that increases production efficiency, Raises quality standards; Decreases distribution costs and /owers the price to you. So, for your next suit select a CLIPPER CRAFT. IN SCHWARZENBACH S Smce 7869 •— Cumberland's Traditional Quality Store CUMBERLAND CIOAK& SUIT STORE Wore To Meef Your Ever Increasing Demands! LUXURIOUS 51 GAUGE SHEERS . We cannot guarantee the .quantity to last ^rTrougriout~M0nday ? s-selling!- uriously sheer, 51 gauge. Sturdy rein^| forced heel; toe, sole and welt. Full fashioned, snug fitting ankle and calf. The season's best selling shade. Sizes to 10'A.' ' :\ * IN THE CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT Now Is The Time To \T Their Winter Coats and Sets - * - i * * 998 1298 1698 Thrifty mothers with a smart eye for quality'and value are outfitting their youngsters in our popular-children's deportment. So bring brother and sister in today and tomorrow . .. select their new winter coat or coat .set from our bigger, better-than-ever selection! You'll find hundreds to choose from in a host of smart styles that pack plenty of warmth. Best of all—you'll like our low, money saving'budget prices. For lots to teen agers. ; . • STUNNING NEW SCHOOL FROCKS Hundreds'just unpacked! Darling new school frocks in smooth, lustrous fast.color prints. Goy stripes, checks, solids and pert combinations; Exceptionally fine quality for so modest a price. Full cut, sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 years. • 198 Put Your Best Foot Forward in These Brilliant New Values! BLACK SUEDE PUMPS budget priced 3.98 Sleek, suave, jet black suede pumps to set off your prettiest Foil and Winter ensembles to the peak of perfection. So if you want the most for your precious'ration stamp, choose block suede pumps ... for no other style offers so much versatility and value . . . Perfect with almost;"eve'ry ensemble, with every color, and ' for every occasion. High, low and -Cuban heels. • • i>ivwrr!-.-*>.- *;<:i "•.,-'••• -i .rV. /o.f--t I-'-. >> .I'.-yio .-^V^— -^,- -•'.- • <1 •Ui;-£0-^ ,' -:"s - S': ''. j"--S:rte^*^";-/J x r-^^^^^

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