The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 11, 1945 · Page 3
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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T t5-'4J£»*»j ·* ai"|^ ^ji-r.^v-- --jji^JT^ 'A 1 =·! BERLE NAMED BRAZIL ENVOY Formerly Assistant Secretary of State Washington, tfFJ--Adolf Berle, Jr., until recently an assistant secretary of state, was nominated by President Roosevelt Wednesday to be ambassador to Brazil. Berle resigned as assistant secretary when the president and Secretary of State Stettinius reorganized the department a few weeks ago. He will succeed Jefferson Caffery, who left the Brazilian post to become ambassador to France. Mr. Roosevelt nominated former Senator Hattie Caraway to membership on the United States Em- ployes Compensation commission. The job pays $9,000 a year. Mrs. Caraway, who was defeated in the senatorial primary last year, will succeed the late John J. Keegan. The Egyptians Brewed beer from barley as early as 3,000 B. C. . Army Bakery Shows Speed at Cherbourg Kansas Ctty, (U.PJ--A story ot the one-week evolution of an American army bakery in France from a start of one jeep, one lieutenant colonel, a master sergeant, a private, and no equipment is told by an official at the Kansas City quartermaster depot. At the end ot the week the bak- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ery was turning out 6,000 2-pound loaves of white bread daily. A few days after the capture of Cherbourg, Lt Col. Jack McManus of Yonkers, N. Y., drove his jeep into the city with his personnel consisting of the sergeant and the private. They went to the French labor exchange and engaged workers as a first step, some laborers, some bakers. Then they found an abandoned German bakery in a waterfront fortress, left in a chaotic state by the fighting. More than 30 carloads of rubble had to be cleared out before baking could start. The THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1945 interior was painted white with spray guns borrowed from ordnance. "We promised the soldiers fresh bread in a week," Col. McManus was quoted as reporting. "They got it in 5 days." After the first week's operation windows in the bakery were re-' paired, and blackout curtains were Put U P- The bakery was put on a 24-hour basis and started turning out 30,000 pounds of bread a day It still was, at the latest report. E. M. Delalleidls the pseudonym of the English novelist Mrs. Edmee Dashw'ood. CHARGES FILED AGAINST WOMAN Wife of 4 Sailors to Be Tried in U. S. Court Los Angeles, ()~Asst. U. S. Attorney Ray Kinnison reported that charges were filed Tuesday against Iris D. Henderson for allegedly receiving illegal army dependency allowances. He said the woman who was said to have married 4 men and divorced only one would be brought here from Forest City Iowa, where'she had been arrested on a bigamy charge. He said she would be tried on charges of receiving $560 in allotment checks from one soldier husband. "GOOD NEIGHBOR" Mrs. Leo Knucsen of Dike re- M" ?u was chosen as the "G"od Neighbor of the Day" on a national network program. The letter stating Mrs. Knudsen's qualifications was written by Mrs Arley Ford of Waterloo HAVE YOU SEEN A MAN? The girls In the ration office in Creston would have liked to have found the services of a man for a few days recently. While 2 of the girls handled office routine, 2 others donned overalls and with brushes and paint painted the office ceiling. After finishing the ceiling they hoped to start on the walls. The girls thought after seeing their plight, some man might volunteer for the job of painting. The term "Hyperparasite" is applied to that group of insects which attack true parasites. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES «» ALL SALES FINAL EVERY DAY ADDS GREATER VALUES AT EATONS . . . Reg. 52c ROLLINS' MESH SEAMLESS HOSIERY. Clearance Priced at'3 for $1 Reg. 76c-to 87c ROLLINS' IRREGULAR HOSIERY . . ; Clearance Priced at 2 for 1.35 29c COTTON ANKLETS . . . Many Colors . . . Clearance Priced at 2 prs. 25c Values to 39.95 COATS A GREAT MONTH OF SAVINGSf EATON QUALITY! BARGAIN PRICES! Values to 49.95 M I I L j N t R GROUP 1 . to 5.95 . GROUP 2 to 10.95 1 ' 27 Reg. 4.50 to 5.95 GOWNS AND PAJAMAS . , . Crepe in Prints, Plain . Reduced '/ 3 Reg. 3.50 to 3.98 CREPE SLIPS ... Plain, Lace-trimmed. Tearose only . . . Reduced. Vs Reg. .89c "Scantie" RAYON PANTIES . . . All Round Elastic Top. Small, Medium, Large ...:... 59c Quality classic coats ... in heavy all-wool winter weights to wear now and through the winter Sizes for misses, women, juniors, half sizes. Black brown, colors. COATS 37 Our finest quality unfurred coats including beau- ·Mill Chesterfields, Box Coats"- and'- other classics Exceptionally beautiful fabric and tailoring Many colors. Broken sizes. WINTER HATS . . . Values . Fabrics, Felts $] . WINTER HATS . . . Values . . Black, Brown, Colors. .$2 GROUP 3 ... WINTER HATS . . . Values to $15 = . . . Finest quality winter hats $3 *a£3l i. FUR-TRIMMED COATS . .. . . t Values to 10.95 Values to 19.95 DRESSES DRESSES Reg r 3.50 to 4.95 BLOUSES . . . Jersey Crepe, Cotton, Rayon. Slightly Soiled' $1 and $2 Reg. 4.50 to 12.95 WESKITS, JERKIN SUITS, JUMPERS. While They Last Vz Price Reg ' 1-59 to ] '9 5 WOOL SKIRTS. Plaids and Plain Colors. While They Last Vz Price A value collection. Choose several to see you through winter. Wools, velveteens, gabardines crepes, rayon jerseys, wool jerseys in broken sizes' and colors. One or two-piece styles. Values to $149 A truly lovely collection of Eaton's finer quality dresses . . . now greatly reduced. Dressv crepes wools, gabardines for doy-in-day-out wear and many more. Black and colors. Broken sizes Values to $199 Reg. 2.98 to 14.95 HANDBAGS . . .Many btyles. Leathers and Fabrics, Vz Price Re 9- J -00 RAYON NECK SCARFS While They Last ..... Clearing at 64c D J£ K , IES ' - ' Cotton, Rayon. White and Colors . , . Clearing at. 84c FUR COATS FUR COATS *95 '1 Values to 22.50 . . . GIRLS' COATS COAT SETS AND SNOW SUITS ' y Clearance-Priced at v . .v. ;. ^ Vz Off Values to 3.98 .-'. . GIRLS' SKIRTS All Wool, Part Wool. Sizes 3 to 14, $f Reg. 4.50 Boys' 100% WOOL SWEATERS Long Sleeve, Sizes 5, 6, 6x. 3.50 CLEARANCE TABLE . . . Blouses, Knit . buits, Booties, Mittens, Small Dresses ' B °TMets i/ 2 Price 1.69 and 1.98 BOYS' COTTON WASH SUITS . . . Sizes 2 to 6x . . . Clearing Qt · · $ 1 1.98 to 2.29 BROADCLOTH ROMPERS ...6Mos. to 3. Blue and White. .1.79 OUTSTANDING VALUES! JANUARY CLEARANCE OF QUALITY WINTER SHOES 300 PAIRS - FORMERLY PRICED FROM 4.85 TO 8.95 1.00 anf j up NOVELTY JEWELRY . . . Plastic Pins and Other Pieces Vz Price Mink and sable-dyed coney, opossum, mendoza beaver, sealine. All good styles. BROKEN SIZES Persian Paw, Mendoza Beaver, Northern Seal, Quality Coneys and Opossums. Each coat handpicked for warmth, beauty, wear. ASK ABOUT EATON'S EASY PAY PLANS! Rationed and Non-RationeHShoes- All Good Winter Styles Included. Not All Sizes in Every Style.

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