The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 5, 1943 · Page 3
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 5, 1943
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1943 IN WARDS JANUARY LEADING *77 FAVORITES ARE NOW ONLY Seal-dyed Coneys! Sable-dyed Coneys! Ombre-dyed Coneys! Three furs that are hard-to-faeat anywhere ] for $77... much less at this special price! They're so soft,\ so ricMoafcing you'll say they're impractical. Bui once 'you see how well they're made... how thick ihe pelts... then ' ; PLUS FEDERAl TAX ; you'll agree they're among the sturdiest furs you can buy for trie money! Why wait 1 to make your selection? Come see them todayl Sizes for misses and women, \ 2-44. *59.50 SKUNK-DYED $ OPOSSUM fURS... 54 i Tax luxurious greatcoats not only beautiful, but so versatile you can weor them over everything from sports to evening clothes. Truly a fur to prize! Every coat expertly dyed ... then carefully reinforced throughout. Hurry in ond see them. 12-20. SABLE-DYED CONEY $ REGULARLY '47... 42 Pint Tax Words miracle value, now at an even greater saving! Silky, thick-pelt coney fur dyed to the expensive sable brown! And with every seom reinforced to give you long years of service! Do see them at once! Rayon satin lined, "windshield" cuffs. 12-44.J Charles City News on Lourt Wins Eogle Scout Rank CHARLES CITY--Don Lauu, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Laun of Charles City, received the rank of Eagle Scout at the Floyd district Court of Honor, held in the senior hisrh school building in Charles City Monday evening. The ceremony was conducted by six Eagle Scouts: Harold Kocnijr. Richard VonBerg. Paul Steel and Dan Frudden of troop 72, Charles City; and Olin Stor- vick and Dick Bailey of troop 13, Mason City. Carl Hauser, scoutmaster of troop 71, o[ which Laun is a member: Mr. and Mrs. Laun and Earle K. Behrend, scout executive, also had a part in the ceremony. CONDUCT RITES FOR E, GRIFFIN Longtime Resident of Floyd County Succumbs CHARLES CITY--Funeral seev ices were conducted Monda morning at the Immaculate Con ception church for Edward Mi chael Griffin, Sr., 79, longtim resident of. this community, \vh died Friday night at his home, 30 South Joslin street, following thre months illness. Interment was i Calvary cemetery. The Rev. T. J. Rooney, pastsor officiated at the service. Bom in New York state, Feb. 15 1863, Mr. G r i f f i n moved to low in 1877. He lived on a farm wes o£ Charles City for 55 years, re sided north of the city for a yea and for three years farmed south west of here. The family the moved to Charles City. His wife, Maggie, two sons, EC ward and Alfred, and three daugh lers, Mrs. Mary Hall, Mrs. Edn Putney and Mrs. Ruby Hall, all o Charles City survive. One daugh ler and a son preceded him ' death. The body was taken from th Grossmann chapel to the famil home Sunday morning. Mrs. Dorothy Olds Funeral Services Are Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Doroth Jones Olds, 46, died at 4:30 o'cloc Sunday afternoon at her horn here, after an illness of six month She was born in Norwict Conn., in 1896, and has reside in Charles City for 23 years. Mr Olds is survived by her mothe Mrs. Louise Jones, two daughtei and one son. Mrs. Ronald Mad sen, Mason City, and Patricia an Rollin, both at home. Funeral services were conducte Tuesday afternoon at Grossmann chapel, with the Rev. G. Morgan, pastor of the Congregational church officiating. Interment will be in the Riverside cemetery. L .102-4-6 Smith Federal Telephone 860, 861,. 862. Joe Siplou Breaks Arm Second Time CHARLES CITY--Joe Siplon, .Tr., spent his fourteenth birthday in a hospital here alter breaking his arm for the second time in two months while delivering papers. The first accident occurred in November last year, and the cast had just been removed. In fact, Sunday was his first day back on the route. He had almost completed his delivering Sunday when he slipped on tho ice and returned to the hospital. Charles City Briefs C H A R L E S CITY--Women's club activities are being resumed this week following the holiday season. Tuesday afternoon in the St. Charles hotel, the Rev. Walter M. Fritschcl, gave a book review under the sponsorship of the public affairs department. The Lutheran pastor chose to review the book, "This Is the Victory," by Leslie Weatherhead. Miss Wilma Winfield left Saturday for Miami, Fla., where she will become the bride of Thomas Clammer, stationed there at the nax r al air base. Plans of Miss Marvel Greenwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Greenwood, to leave Saturday for Florida to be wed to David W. Hamm of the navy hospital corps, had to be changed upon receipt of word from the groom-elect that he was being transferred to New York state, leaving Saturday. His bride-elect will remain here for the time being. f 1 fr PH v^//v^ j? r- n MONTGOMERY WARD "w ; / A\ /T° W L i · WARDS SAVE YOU DOLLARS IN THIS SPECTACULAR 1 3 Pay dollars less for o new suil! Save plenty on a smart, warm coat! Every gar- ment in this sensational sale comes from Wards regular stock ---famous for finer fabrics, good style, careful workmanship. We're offering these outstanding values because we need space for spring 'stocks. Don't wait! Quantities are limited--first come, first served! REGULAR '24.75 SUITS long-Wearing Fabrics! Smart Styles! Perfect for men with expensive ideas ond hord-to- balance budgets! Here ore big values--at a low sale price! Choose from all wool ccnsimeies ond shellands . . . from [ong-wearing, smooth-finished worstea 1 ! blended with rayon. You'll lifce the handsome patterns--you'll enjoy Words careful tailoring! Here ore suits to pep you up every time you wear them--suits that pay dividends in comfort and economyl REGULAR '22.75 COATS Tney're Warm ... Rugged ...and AH Wool! We call these coats a BARGAIN--and so will you when you see them! Notice the sturdy, long-wearing fabrics in herringbones and fleeces. Notice the way they're cut to give you trim shoulder lines, plus plenty of body fullness! Try them on--see how well they feel. You'll tike the smart button-through or fly- front models . . . the deep pockets .. , the roomy sizes. Don't miss this chance to save! 1 I I . SALE! '19.95 SUITS 15.88 Business-like blues, smokey grays, rich browns--all in smart new patterns--olf Tailored to meer Wards high standards for workmonihip and weor! Many are 100% wool, some with rayon. SALE! *2.98 PANTS 2.44 Here's your chance fo gef that extra pair of slacks at o saving! Bolh conservative and yo-jthful styles in col: ton worsteds, colton and royon blends. Sl/ipes. herringbones, other patterns! SALE! ODDS 6 ENDS Just 14 Boys' Suits left! Were $10.951 if we have his size you get a bargain! 6.97 Just 11 Men's Wool Reversible Coats left for clearance. W e r e S1G.75! Sale! 7.77 Men! Just 10 of these h a n d s o m e Overcoats left! Were S16.98! 11.97 ·102-4-6 SOUTH FEDERAL AYE. TELEPHONE 860, 861, 862

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