Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 11, 1945 · Page 22
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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Ui. {or c«nd y - M U nutf-cooki«t. 3 flSCt MATCHED atrsm GLASS SET Sugar Bow], Ct*aa«r ft Traj. 23 2 BOXES 43e KOTE)C ISMQtt COMFOftTAUf 12 in Box 22* e women choo»« Kot«x than jll other braadj combined. RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 2 IOWA GUNNERS ARE DECORATED Rudd, Floyd Gunners Cited at Bomber Base Ail 8th Air Force Bomber Base England--Two Iowa flyers were decorated during a ceremony a this B-17 Flying Fortress base, for 'meritorious achievement" on bomber combat missions over enemy Europe, it was announced're- cently by Lt. Col. Robert W. Burns commanding officers of the 351si bombardment group. S. Sgt, Myron C. Anderson, 20 of Rudd, a Fortress tail gunner who has participated in more than a score of aerial assaults on Germany, was decorated with his 3rd oak leaf cluster to the air medal A graduate of Rudd consolidates schools in 1942, he entered the service Oct. 6, 1943. Sgt. Robert L. Schlader, 19, of Floyd, Fortress waist gunner, was decorated with the air medal. He was graduated from Floyd consolidated high school in June,-1943 and entered the service the following October. The citation accompanying the awards read, in part:-"The courage, coolness and skill displayed by these enlisted men on these occasions reflect great credit upon themselves and the armed forces of the United States." BulgeFight May Shorten War Length By DEWTTT MACKENZIE Associated Press ^Var Analyst The battle of the'Belgian bulge continues to go so well for the allies that, without . over-reaching ~ for our conclusions, we can |. say Nazi Field. ' M a r s h a 1 von R u n d s t edt's counter - offensive ' 'not' only may profit his . masters l i t t l e '"·" 'mfi" b.ut may -prove to be a n a s ty - boomerang. ' TheTa'tes't' h i g h - r a n k i n g exponent of this dea is Lt. Gen. 'Omar Bradley,' oramander of the U. S, 32th army ;roup in France, who says the 3ermans' drive may materially af- 'ect. their "ability to resist." That s, their ability to prolong the war may have been reduced. The general .warns, however, that this oesn't mean we can assume the titlerites are on the verge of col- apse, since there's much fighting o come--a wise qualification. Bradley's opinion obviously is vorth much, for he has been in he thick of the enemy assault. Yattirally he couldn't carry his autious statement much further, ut it would be interesting to know ow soon he thinks the Germans may begin to get the full weight of le adverse reaction to their dar- ng and dangerous venture. In hort, when will the allies be able o stage a knockout offensive of teir own. Rundstedl is falling:' back from he western tip of that lonr, nar- ow bulre which is contracting bout him. The way things look be rill continue to withdraw until Itimately be again reaches bis rontier defenses. .Now this doesn't mean he is unnmg away.. He's fighting a lerce rear-guard action and dis- atches from the front indicate he nay try to make a determined land at Houffalfze, the key posi- lon in the heart of the salient We must expect interludes of German ounter-attacks, and there may be emporary allied upsets. However, the great point is that i iundstedt is losing heavily in men nd materiel, for the straggle in ! 10 bulge is a battle of annihita- I on. By the time he reaches his legfried defenses his army will I eed a blood-transfusion.' ! The nazi marshal's c h i e f ) -hievement is in delaying the al- I ed winter offensive perhaps three -lonths or so. Whether this will jpresent any real gain remains to e seen, for he may arrive back : the Rhine so badly shot to pieces lat his further powers of resist- nce will be weak. Presumably mt possibility is what General radley has in mind. Shoold this eventuate, the time pent in the. battle of the bulge wouldn't have lengthened the war but ivould in fact have shortened it Rundstedl had to be smashed sometime, and it's perhaps just as well to do it in the bulee as on the Cologne plain where Eisenhower had planned to force a show- · uo\vn. - . : How soon will the allies be able' 10 conclude the battle of the bulge' ami mount an all-out offensive to ' end all offensives? It strikes me that we shall be over optimistic if we look for preliminaries of the big show short of the good weather of April, it indeed they can come that soon. DRESSES SUCH IS FAME Boston, U.R--What became of the other 19,999,998 listeners? That is what Comedian Fred Alien wants to know. Said the Boston- born radio, stage and screen star: I was supposed to have 20,000000 radio listeners. But when I went o.f the air I received only 2 pieces of mail--a letter from a lady in Lancaster, Pa., and the other a postcard from an anonymous gent in Syracuse." R add --The Girls' Interest rroup, sponsored by Mrs. viola Jones was to hold the first mcet- ng of (he ne«- year Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Haze'l i PRICE Seldom will you find such exquisitely, flatterine dresses af such excitmelv low nviTM Th^,- m . 4 L« n i i,-«'*._., ..." ·silhnnotfoc, 3 p**ve-/"««- graceim lines, enchanting silhouettes and superb styling would make them a bargain at then- regular once--Yet you have your choice of over 200 !-half price--Stop in tomorrow and look at alues--You will find ' ""V"""" r --«"± sport models--the spun --the dressy dresses--most all sizes. Style --color --fabrics-- makes.lit so'easy for you to choose yourself a new warm.winter dress from this wide assortment. Wonderful all-around, al] T occasion dresses that are a good wardrobe investment these days when everything you buy must serve overtime. Sizes for misses and women^Be.sure to see these wardrobe stretchers tomorrow at J4 the regular price. COATS 1O A large selection of warm winter coats--Yes, dozens of them --misses' and women's sizes--We know it's almost.too good to be true but here they are--Casual coats--Chesterfields and Boys' coats--Values up to $30.00--Lucky you if you have waited till now to buy a new coat--Included are black brown and colors. Not all sizes. Better look these over--It's your choice for only $10.00. - Hand-picked beauties--here : are coats that top the list for down-to-earth service and good honest wear--an .extraordinarily large selection, of these sought-after coats in a price range to suit every pocketbook--There's nothing like it forvreal hones^-to-goodness values. Come in and see these garments--and pay only One-third less than the regular price. . "-· Beautiful 100% Richly Furred Wool Coats from America's foremost makers . . . in' lovely new .styles lavishly fur trimmed. Warm, glowing colors, accented with lustrous fur tuxedos or collars.. Outstanding value in every coat--Now being offered during Our January Clearance Sale at One-third less than regular price. Many "Kirsh- more" coats in this group. SUITS Here's the Suit event of the year--Rarely will your nioney buy so much for so little. We offer the very best in'style and material at amazingly low price. Don't miss this budget-stretching suit sale--Two and three piece suits--High quality for low price--Out they go for only Half price. Best values in Mason City. PRICE SWEATERS SKIRTS large groups of HATS SLACKS PURSES BLOUSES OPEN AN ACCOUNT ONE-HALF PRICE YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD MIERWOLF

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