Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 15, 1944 · Page 3
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, October 15, 1944
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SUNDAY TIMES; CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY^ OCTOBER 15, 1944 THREE RUFFLED PR1SC/LLA CURTAINS IN THREE LOVELY GROUPSl 4.98 pair 1. SHEER FRENCH MARQUISETTE curr} tains that.will delight'you . . . you'll' marvel'at the custom-like.tailoring of th« wide> deep ruffles, the careful finishing of the hems and tie-backs! They're wide enough to criss cross. Extra long, too .... 2 yards and 15 inches! They come : in a soft ivory shade. 2. SHEER ORGANDY ruffled priscillos that boast o lovely, crisp permanent fin- ish. They, too have wide, deep ruffles. They, too, are carefully tailored and fin- ished. Complete with tie-backs . . I they are IVz yards long and very wide! The crisp white finish will remain just so even after repeated (ounderings! 3. FLOCK DOT FIGURED ruffled priscilla curtains with crisp organdy ruffles these are pretty enough to satisfy the longing for unusually nice curtains! The dainty figures ore woven in to stay! Wide, deep ruffles , . . complete with tie-bocks . —ready to hang! Ivory-white shade. Mall and Phone ' . Orders Filled White Quantifies Lasf. CURTAINS - THIRD FLOOR ROSENBAUM'S ROSENBAUM'S Actual tizt of-your ChrMtma* Lett«Portrait YOUR PHOTOGRAPH IN A Your hand-colored portrait slips into an r "envelope along with'ybttr letter to.bringi him joy at Christmas .'Ail you dcfis write the letter 11 . . .we furnish genuine. leather pocketicase, paper, and envelope.^ J 51 ffoldir (object to 20% FttWral T«t). Be photographed now. No appointment s needed in our Fourth 'Floor Studio. transparent tape gummed 94* 2,592 in. roll; y 4 "\n. wide! The some pre-war self sticking clear tope you've always used! Trust Rasenbaum's to come through with a botch of it now and in the -popular, hard-to-find size! STATIONERY — STREET FLOOR wanted items FROM STATIONERY DEPARTMENT lovely stationery Styled by "Brandt" . . . decorated with I y^ a colorful "Better Times" rose. Comes f I I in a deiicare pink Or white. ™ * "*'*' chatter notes SO POPULAR WITH THE YOUNGER CROWD! 59* Available in "Everyday", "Cupid" "Co-Ed" and "Thank You" notes . . . delightful gifts! "secretary" pens Wear and satisfaction guaranteed! M They come in black, blue, khaki and .** B + green. Ideal for general use. 5-year diaries Genuine leather covered diaries in sev- -^ f j\ erol attractive colors. A nice gift! J' y t f 5 - YEAR DIARY WITH LOCK AND KEY .... 3.50 poker chip sets 10.95 and 13.95 Here's an item we haven't been able to get for a fong while. These come in attractive, highly polished wood holders . . . complete with necessary chips. STATIONERY - STREET FLOOR ROSENBAUM'S monday LAST DAY FOR MAILING THEIR CHRISTMAS FROM HOME! overseas packages look! THE NEW 'L'Aiglons" FOR FALL! MODEL SKETCHED LEFT .9$ MODEL SKETCHED RIGHT (2.98 Good design should be functional as well as flattering. That's why L'Aiglon dresses typify American designing at its best. For L'Aiglons dress you for the American way of living—providing eose and smartness that carry you successfully through your busiest day. A. "American Clasic" — for any day, every day, this rayon and wool with nail studded buttons and saddle stitching on necks and little cuffs. Sizes 12 to 44. B. "Blazer"—superbly fashioned rayon fbnnel dress, bodly striped in black against lovely colors. .Sires 10 to 20. DRESSES ~ SECOND FLOOR RELIEF FOR ALLERGY SUFFERERS! Krasofd pillow S mattress covers PILLOW COVERS 1.00 • SANITARY • WASHABLE MATTRESS COVERS . .. • WATER-PROOF • STAIN-PROOF 4.95 Made especially for the relief of allergy sufferers — specifically, conditions caused by mattress and feather dust. In white only, this new Jewel Sheen finish . . . ther« is na rubber or rubberized materials used in these covers. DOMESTICS - THIRD FLOOR ROSENBAUM'S J

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