Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 2, 1945 · Page 3
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 2, 1945
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^^ 1ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TO DISCUSS MEALS Garuer--The Amsterdam township family living program meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Melvin Severson Friday. The topic for discussion "Variety In Winter Meals." 1A MEW SHIPMENT OF WARDS UNBLEACHED SHEETING In wonderfully smooth, long wearing cotton! Full 81* wide! 39 Yd. JUST IN! BRIGHT NEW COTTON APRONS Pretty prints, solid colors in styles for every. woman. 89 A HEW SHIPMENT OF GIRLS' COTTON PANTIES Sizei 2 fo 14. Full cuH Sturdily t e a m e d ! Eaiy to launder! 35 !M ontgomery .War. ASK DISMISSAL OF R. R, SUIT Western Executives' Group Files Motion Lincoln, Nebr., (/P)--The West- rn association of Railway Execu- ives Tuesday asked for dismissal t the government's anti-trust uit, contending that a 1942 law uspended anti-trust prosecution f industrial activities deemed necessary to win the war. A motion filed in U. S. district ourt challenged the justice de- lartment's right to bring the civil uit, alleging that because of the 942 law the complaint "fails to tate a claim upon which relief an be granted" and that the court 'is without jurisdiction of the ubject matter." Named defendants in the government's suit, filed here last August, were the Association . of American Railroads, its officers and directors, the Western Association of Railway Executives and ts officers, J. P. Morgan and company, Inc., Kuhn, Loeb and company 47 western railroads and heir chief executives and more ;han a score other individuals. Counsel for the western rail- TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1945 roads alleged that public law No. 503, passed by congress June 11, 1942, prohibits civil anti-trust prosecutions involving activities which the war production board's chairman has certified are "requisite to the prosecution o£ the war." They contended that railroads were placed in this category March 20, 1943, when Donald M. Nelson, then WPB chairman, issued WPB certificate No. 44. In this certificate, counsel alleged, Nelson advised Attorney General Francis Biddle that he (Nelson) approved of joint action by the railroads through rate bureaus, rate conferences or other similar organizations for the "initiation and establishment of common carrier and freight forwarder rates, fares and charges and carrier and forwarder regulations and practices," subject to approval of the interstate Commerce Commission, which was given April 15, 1943. "All joint rate' action, if any, taken by the defendants since April 15, J943, has been taken through rate conferences and was and is the public interest and was and is approved by, and in compliance with certificate No. 4,4,' the motion said. It contended that the government's suit "is with reference to such joint rate action, and may not be ' commenced under the antitrust laws o£ the United States by reason of the express prohibition against the same contained in section 12 of public law No. 603." Coulter Youth Given Promotion in Italy as Gunner on Bomber 15th Army Air Force in Italy --Gerald P. Schreck, 18, of Coulter, Iowa, has been promoted to the grade of sergeant, according to a recent announcement at this 15th air force heavy bomber base in Italy. . A gunner on a B-24 Liberator, Sgt. Schreck is a member of a group commanded by Col. Thomas W. Steed, of Etowah, Tenn. The group has flown more than 145 combat missions against strategic targets in southern Europe and the Balkans. Sgt. Schreck entered the service June 1, 1943. He received his aerial gunnery training at Kingman,- Ariz. His parents are 'Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schreck of Coulter, Iowa. SISTER DIES Ackley--Mrs. Emma Meyer received word that her sister, Mrs. Carrie Arends of Alexander died. She was 91 years old. About 5 or 6 weeks ago she fell and fractured her hip. She was Mrs. Meyer's only sister. - . DRASTIC REDUCTIONS Every coaf In s?ock nwsf go --regardless of original price-to make room for new Spring stocks! That means you can get a beautiful winter coat for yourself or your daughter at an unheard- of-low price. And don't forget. . . there's still plenty of cold weather ahead! Plan to get here early for best selection of styles and sizes I REGULAR 14.98 COATS Pick from flange fronts, boy coats. Chesterfield's fri bright colors, dark shades. All wool or wool and rayon. Misses' sizes only. 14.98 ALL WOOL SUITS Soft dressmakers, clean-cut classics you'll wear now and on info Spring. Grand colors, but naturally not all in every size,, REGULAR 19.98 COATS Every important 1945 style now reduced to clear. Boy coats! Chesterfields! Slim fitted styles! All wool or wool and rayon. 9.98; 10.98 GIRLS' COATS Beautifully tailored princess styles and boy coats for the 7-14 crowd. Fine all wool or sturdy wool and rayon fabrics. REGULAR 24.75 COATS The wonderful pure wool juedes in the bright, bright colors ;;; now sole priced I Sizes for misses and women included; 24.75 SUPER GORAS Even our famous Super Goras have fo go! Save MOW on these warm wool knit fleeee.cotton backed classics. Misses' sizes. 12 12 17 /·· 75 75 75 98 M ontgomery Ward-- Get your share of these bargains! We've slashed their prices 'way down so they'll sell out fast. R E D U C E D FOR Q U I C K SALE $6.98 CHARMING COTTON QUILTS Warm Cotton felt filling. 88x96 inches 4.77 $2.79 BRIDGE SETS Slightly soiled, but a real value! .97 $9.47 SHOWER CURTAIN SETS _ __ Beautiful, Waterproof material--reduced 5.77 $2.49 UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL t .Striped Hayon--suitable for slip covers 1.49 $1.98 PILLOW CLEARANCE Gay chintz, Cretonnes, etc. Reduced $6.98 GLO-SHEEN SPREADS Beautiful stripes in fast colors--Now . . , $12.98 BOYS' SNOW SUITS Heavy Navy Blue Melton--Warm and Serviceable ...98 .2.98 s 7.77 $11.98 BOYS' Sheep Lined SNOW SUIT - __ Mothers! Here is our warmest suit--Now 9.77 $17.48 BOYS' GABARDINE JACKET AND SKI-PANT . _ __ Rich pile lining for warmth--Reduced . . . . 12.77 $14.57 BOYS' COAT AND LEGGING SET ., __ Wool Fleece--heavy quilted lining ;. 11.77 $7.39 INFANT BLANKET 100% Wool! pink and Blue. Now .3.97 $3.98 CHILDREN'S ROBES - __ Warm fleeced robes. Blue and Brown 2.7 I $4.98 CARRIAGE SETS . _ _ Warmly lined--rayon sets--Pink or Blue 2.98 $3.98 INFANT COMFORTERS . , -_ Some slightly soiled--A real bargain .... 1.97 CLEARANCE 'VALUES FOR Ait JUST 50 COATS--WERE $24.75 ,. _ _ Pure Wools! Classic or Dressy-- All Sizes Z l .75 $4.98 JUMPERS AND J E R K I N S 0 Some slightly soiled, but real bargains at ____ 3.o9 $8.98 QUILTED ROBES Lovely rayon quilts-- drastically reduced in ,. an price .................................... 0. 89 $7.98 SILK DRESSES REDUCED ... ,_. Smart Fall and Winter Styles. Black and colors 5.Z9 $2.58 HEATHERLAINE WOOL SUITING 100% Wool! Beautiful Shades-- Rose, Tan , r»« Gold, etc ............................. .... I «9t5 59c RAYON MATERIALS-- REDUCED ._ Plain and Plaid Colors-- Nice assortment ...... .T / $2.98 MEN'S WOOL PANTS . -._ Heavy Navy Blue or Black Work Trousers . I .97 $1.69 MEN'S UNIFORM PANTS , ... Plain Tan-- Cotton Twill Pant^-Now ....... I . I / DICKIES, COLLARS, AND CUFFS cn Slightly soiled, but easy to wash! 50% off ... O9 $3.69 WOMEN'S and MISSES' R A I N CAPES Pliofilm raincapes-- Slightly soiled, but n-r serviceable .......................... . , _ . . .97 $1.98 MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS , , n Clearance! Warm, comfortable 10% Wool ... I .T'V $1.98 WOMEN'S COTTON SLIPS ,,California top-- Blue, Orchid, and Gold ....... 9 / C L E A R A N C E O F F U R N I T U R E LOW PRICE! NURSERY CHAIRS Convenient style. Priced low for clearance! . , . BOUDOIR CHAIR CLEARANCE! *O o TMt Variety of styles! Some slightly soiled 1 /.OO up SELECTION OF DESK CHAIRS! c AA That extra chair you need at a big savings! J^f e*. CLEARANCE! NOVELTY TABLES c , ft Odds and Ends; some marred! Reduced! .. J,Wy "J A LOW P R I C E FOR END TABLES! Many styles to choose from at wonderful p »/ savings! 3.^ nd GET THAT LAMP TABLE NOW! Save in this great clearance of sturdy ^ AQ lna COCKTAIL TABLES! NOW ONLY! Practical tables you need at worthwhile f oc A savings! ........... . .................. 6.88 TM$ PORCH CHAIR VALUES! . oo Sturdy, lasting construction! Choice of styles! ^.OO KITCHEN STEP STOOL VALUE! - Qo Amazingly low price! Sturdy! Some mars ..;.*.. OO DRESSING TABLE REDUCED! . Qo Ready-to-paint dressing table and bench! .... 4.OO WOOD FRAME BOX SPRING! Now at a fraction of its original price! Few 9 oo left! ..................................... 3.OO GET THAT EXTRA BED! Striking bargains! Just a few; slightly 13 oo marred! ................. .. ............. I3.OO SOLID OAK DINETTE! What a bargain! Table and 4 upholstered */, eo chairs! ................................ T*T.OO FELTED COTTON MATRESSES Now you can get the extra mattress you i ·« no 12.88 need! COVERINGS LEARANCE RUG CUSHIONS TO CLEAR 9x12 in heavy, springy waffle weave. Low asO.75 HOOKED RUG VALUES 13th Century patterns! Heavy, long-wearing!. .4.98 SHAGGY RUGS CUT 20%! A little cleaning is all they need! Hurry to i «».v' save! Z.79 TUFTED RUGS CUT 25%! Overstocks! All from high-priced assortments! 3.27 BARGAINS IN RAG RUGS Close-out odd lots! Heavy, washable reversible! 1.47 ODD BRAIDTEX COTTON RUGS a Slightly soiled, otherwise perfect! Bargains at3. ,FEW WEFTONE WOOL RUGS Plain color, long-wearing weave! 9xl2-ft. size 16.88 6' KOLORFLOR for KITCHENS 3 _ Fine hard-surface floor covering! Odd patterns. .j7 FELT BASE FLOOR COVERING Odd patterns, roll ends . . . otherwise* en/ re perfect! I 3 7O OTT MARBLE LINOLEUM REMNANTS Durable linoleum on felt back! Assorted 1 15% off HEAVY WARDOLEUM RUGS , f t o Slightly damaged floor samples. 9x12' sizes ..3.9o SOILED BATH MAT SETS Choice of Huffy, shaggy or cotton tufted 1 QQ ,,,* M *V 1 -sitourCa,arogDe P arrmentforH«n, n ofins.ore,lod. *GJv.ywrbudgrt« lift.;, use our MontNy Payment Hcnl ontgomery Ward

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