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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1945 13 Rationing Calendar J MEAT--The Booh No. 4 red stamps Q5 /through Z5 and A2 through 12 now valid. I PROCESSED FOODS--The Book No. 4 I blue stamps X5. V5. Z5. A2. B2, C2, D2, I 1:2, F2 and Gl now valid. Next series will be validated Feb. 1. SHOES--Stamps No. 1. 2 and 3 on the Airplane sheet in Book 3, are good indefinitely. SUGAR--Stamp 34, labeled "Sugar" In Book 4, good for 5 pounds, is now valid Next stamp becomes valid Feb. 1. GASOLINE--The 6 14A coupons are good for 4 gallons each through March 21. The 15A coupons hecome valid March 22, B5, Ca, BB and C6 coupons good for 5 gallons each and Bt and C4 coupons no longer valid. Rl good for 5 sal. non- highway gasoline. ;FUEL. OIL--Coupons for Period No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 are good for 10 gallons earn. These will be valid through Aug. 31, 1945. Healing coupons for Periods No. 4 and -No 5, old, are valid through Aug, 31. 194S. , -- NOTE--Blue and Red stamps In War Book 4 worth 10 points each. Red tokens given in change for Red meat stamps. Certificates no longer needed for recapping truck tires. Certificates no longer needed to pur- February Bond Quota $277,000 TWO »«« mlwastePaper, Nation'sNo.1 Need,« Iowa's Quota for Month $15,800,000, State Office Announces Cerro Gordo county's war bond to purchase used i ota for - F e bruary has been set CommeVciaf vehicle inspections.every 6 \ a |. 5277,000, according to an an- inu office is open from 1 to 3:30 Mon through Friday .and from 2:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. on Saturday. - finance Moines. Iowa's quota for February is , $15,800,000 and the state office I has allocated that amount among r«b. 5.9-Red cross blood donor clinic the 99 counties of the state. for cato Gordo county at Y. M. c. A. North Central Iowa county al- in Mason City. - " Feb. 2C--Concert by James Melton, tenor, j: 1 sponsored by Mason City Community \: concert association. : I oar? nnn Feb. ··-,-- Annual meeting of Cerro Gordo Cerro Gordo Zl (,UUU Mason City Calendar Household Fats Pickup Also Planned Mason City householders Saturday will have their monthly opportunity to make a direct contribution to the war effort, when the regular pickup of waste paper will be conducted by Boy Scouts throughout the city. As usual, the Scouts will make the- pickup by truck. They ask that the paper, tied in bundles, be placed on the curb by 8 o'clock Saturday morning.'lt will be collected sometime during the day. The Cerro Gordo county salvage committee, of which Ivan Barnes is .chairman, hopes to brine the county hack to, the iop of the salvage record list with Saturday's showing. In recent months, local salvage has dropped slightly from its previous excellent record, but the committee feels that this las can be corrected by one good collection. "We dare not let down now,' . - - - _ , , inujivii m. *"~ -i -- -- i Mr Barnes commented. "Salvage TMrn?r£t FA T T w3 TMTMi»£ andV"« be a little larger in 1945 for the ^ p aper never was so . impor tant pound ' city-wide collection by Girl reason that the treasury depart- an( j goo ,j news from Europe only ·""·· "' " ' ment expects to confine the drive emp hasizes that fact. The need v -..county Tuberculosis association. \ lotments are as follows: Butler -· :$104,000 82.000 Emmet 90,000 Floyd 130,000 Ivan Barnes I Franklin 112 '?9? Hancock Kossuth Salvage Calendar County Chairman Ivar -Women's Division Mrs. H. D. Makeever PAPER: Tie bundles' securely, loose par per in- bass or boxes. Boy Scouts collect first Saturday 'of February; Phone 200. · ' Winnebago TIN CANS: Remove labels, clean. = ut Winneshiek "both ends and flatten. Hold for future ,V,"'Vu '.pickup. Phone Mrs. Pendergraft. city 1 Worm ''chairman. 4489-J. For ou: ol town col- Wright ' i lections call or write Ivan A. Barnes. Foresters Bids. Phone 1300. 107,000 174,000 92,000 81,000 119,000 63,000 125,000 Month to. month quotas are to January Was Dry and Much Colder Than in 1944, Figures Show [Scouts and Cubs, Feb. 3. BAGS: Collect clean rags and old cloth- _,,*;;.;»,, t n o camnaiEns this year i/oVV± k ^p L S a need-ed th °sSi -onetn \heVprmg a'one i/the IXOX: Farm scrap badly needed. '^to deatur or give to salvage committee. CO NT AIMERS: Cardboard containers of '.all kinds nrtist be saved. Grocers will -be unable to furnish .cartons or sacks '·'35 in the past. Use your Own container I -'^when shopping. MOVIE MENU ',! cfECIL--"Our Hearts Were Young ai !l L Gay" noiv playing. ii PALACE--"Nicht Club Girl" and "T .V: ·'·Racket Man" end Friday. I^'STRAND--''Cyclone Prairie Ranger* "Iljjiry Aldrich Flays Cupid" fall. and end Farm Book Borrowers Given Help LAKE--"None but the Lonely Heart" ' a n d "The Navy Way" end Thursday, r "Take It Biff" and "Lumberjack" start /Friday. HERE IN MASON CITY WOI Radio Book club is co-operating with the library in Mason City in helping farm families remember the titles of books they've discussed over the radio and want'to get to read, now that borrowing books is easier for farm families , in Cerro Gordo county because of action of the supervisors in voting a tax and making arrangements for library service for the farm people State, | of the community. W. J. Griffith says in a letter .to Miss Barrette who wrote about - Kummage Sale -- 32 E. I Fri. and Sat. Holy Family Ladies' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reindl, I getting copies o£ the list for each 175V» River Heights Drive are the rural school: I parents'of a son weighing V | "Ordinarily we do not care to a son weighing 7 _ I Sounds, 6% ounces born at Mer-I distribute cataloes except to bona I cy hospital "Wednesday. .--._-- , - - . , , , . fide sabscribers of the book, club aomhower Hdwe. -^ " _ -. . i cupic:) 111 luiai *»· i.«»a »»» » -- -- * - -- -- -A son weighing 7 pounds, 614 ca ti on work beine conducted in ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. r CQUllty and we arc willing t Dayle Eoehr, 410 1st N. W. at ply 70 copjes ,t cost. | Mercy hospital Thursday. We krfow a liule o£ the sp i en : ODAC spray removes room did extension work that you hav odors. Boomhower Hardware. (-rendered in making library facili Firemen were called at 5:5Z a. ties available throughout Cerr ro this morning to investigate a Gordo and since the sole objec broken water faucet * the resi-1 tive we have in conducting the 220 OPA NEWS-Local Ration Board Is Praised for Work By E. J. EGGERT Chief Clerk, Mason City War Price and Rationing Board January, 1945, marked the 3rd anniversary of the establishment of the office of price administration. To the citizens of the United States, this should be a memorable occasion. Through the thankless efforts ot paid employes and members of each panel of each board, together with all other volunteer members and community service members, each of us can be thankful for __ having obtained a fair share of n i A I H I f l \ II P T O the nation's civilian food and) Q l x A R I ftt Y t J g PROPOSE FLYING OF WORKER FLAG Would Show Number of World War II Veterans Employed The Disabled American Veterans organization has announced that it will inaugurate among leaders of business and industry a nationwide program to fly an. supplies. Hats off to men such as Gordon Richards, loaned to OPA through The January just past was pret- I the courtesy of the Peabody Coal ty much typical of what the first company, who has contributed ap- month of year usually is, with pr0 ximately 5,500 tireless hours temperature close to normal and 11 0 the proper and efficient opera- precipitation a little below aver- tj on 0 £ the local rationing boarc age. office. The excellent service giver If January had any unusual as- Mason City through his mana- pects it was in cloudy weather. g cr j a i abilities--particularly dur- Only 4 days were listed as clear, mg periods when the office wa 21 were cloudy and 6 partly critically under-staffed--is highly clouded, according to the daily j commendable, weather chart maintained by the Mason City Globe-Gazette from readings at the KGLO transmitter. The mean temperature for the month was 14.14 degrees compared with the average of 13.5 degrees and somewhat in contrast with January, 1944, when the mean temperature was 26.85. Orla Buchanan, chairman of th board, and Henry Rheingans serve with Mr. Richards as the other 2 members of the gasoline panel, which involves the huge ]me ' o£ fair]y distributing gaso- and rubber boots . Ed Kolda, chairman, and Mrs. , - i Belle Parker Jackson form the The highest temperature reached . d j o£ the board having 3,,..:nrr + Vta murjtVi \irac 34 H p f r P P J S I . . . . ? _ i - j :_ *u:~ employment flag national DAV Cincinnati, the for every bit of waste.^paper w can collect is as great or greate than ever, and will continue s long after victory in Europe. Th war in the Pacific is far, far from won, and ·will demand at least a much salvaged paper as the Eu ropean theater." He pointed to a recent state ment by Adm. Chester W. Nimz, who said: · · 'Hawaii and the west coast are ie forward echelon of America's rsenal of democracy. After the all of Germany, this-great stag- ag area will increase -treraend- usly in importance .-. . repairing hips and planes and keeping supplies moving to battle areas in a teady stream. From all over the nation vital war materials must be collected. OF THESE, WASTE PAPER REMAINS THE NUMBER 1 NEED'." Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts will collect waste household fats Saturday morning, Mrs, H. D. Ma- teever, women's -salvage chairman, has announced. She, too, urged housewives not to let up THAT PAPER'S STUBBORN .TOO--Supply lines in Italy are notoriously tough. The paper which packs ammunition, rations and medical supplies has to be stubborn and tough enough to deliver essentials to our fighting men. Right now the shortage of paper is critical. See that your supply is turned over to the Boy Scouts or other collecting agencies immediately. It is needed for victory. month was 18 degrees below zero, registered on the morning o£ Jan. 2. In January a year ago the lowest the mercury sank was 13 de- | grees below zero. The month's figures showed a | on their hoarding of every drop of cooking fats, so vitally 7 needed for explosives and countless other military supplies. The Scouts will call for the fats, which are to be in tin containers rather than glass. dence ot Mrs. Ruth Martin, 3rd N. E: For paint see Paynes. Ph. 245. L. W. Patterson, Mason City undertaker, who \yas taken to the Mercy'hospital Saturday, was still in a serious condition Thursday. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. The February meeting of Clausen-"Worden post of the American . Legion was scheduled for Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the Legion hall. .Lost: Parker fountain pen. Ph. 500. Doris Stuart. .** S/Sgt. and Mrs. Robert W. fftagley will leave Friday for Carls- ifad, N. Mex., where Sgt. Bagley ys stationed, following a visit at Sthc.home of Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley 'and Mrs. Bagley's mother, Mrs. W. H. Boyd. CAGEY FOX ^Marcus, Iowa, (/P)--This cagey little fox got caged. ' While several hunters were running foxes, their greyhounds jumped a fox, which turned ant fled directly toward the truck on which the men had driven into the country. Attached to the rear of the truck was a cage in which the dogs had been transported. The cage door was open and as the fox crossed the road, it swerved abruptly and 'jumped into the cajje. * (Book Club is one of stimulating | more and better reading and supplementing library facilities now in existence we will be glad to have a share in this movernent by making catalogs available in limited number . . ." With the paper shortage, the library feels and the country people will feel that this selling of catalogs at cost so that one can be in each rural school for the.converg- ence of adults near the school is generous co-operation by Iowa State College. The catalogs were ordered and will be available- soon. Miss Margaret Smart is pulling books for a reserve of these volumes from Radio Book club to be arranged in the lobby at the library and Miss Barrette says if there are books from this list requested that are not now in the library they will be ordered. groups and each group spent one week at the Sioux City air base. ] These boys participated in all the activities of the base. They were allowed to inspect whatever planes were at the base. They equipment at the base. And did those boys do them- elves proud. When they were Jack Weitzel Re-Elected President of CIO Local Officers Will Be Installed at Next Meeting Feb. 13 In an election in which an unusual heavy vote was cast. Jack Weitzel was re-elected president of Local 38 of the United Packinghouse Workers. Leamon Forshee was re-elected treasurer, the same position he filled the past year. In addition, Lloyd Anderson was elected vice president; Lillian Lang, recording secretary, Emanuel Franks, trustee; Woodrow .Green and Earl Burns, executive board members at large; John Wagner, guide, and James Barclay, guard. ---These officers are to be Installe'd at the next regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13. Local 38 comprises the workers at Jacob E. Decker and Sons, E. G. Morse Produce, State B r a n d Creameries, Inc.; Farm Service company and Swift and company* produce plant in Mason City. payers with a taxable income from sources not covered by.withhold- ing, such as investors, businessmen, doctors, lawyers, storekeepers, some members of the armed forces, domestic and agricultural workers and clergymen. When the March 15 returns are led either the full amount of an- cipated income tax due for the ear or the first quarterly payment must be paid. The fundamental purpose of the pay-as-you-go system o£ tax col- ection, according to Mr. Mullin o keep all taxpayers substantially up-to-date on their tax payments. The deputy also pointed out thai a person who is not required to :ile a declaration by March 15 because he is not then within one of the groups mentioned above may later become liable to file declaration for 1945 if his expecte income increases or his marita status changes. In such a case the taxpaye Developed by headquarters in ,, . i IDUU uu.ici v/i t ..^ --..--, o , flag will designate the number of during the month was 34 degrees prev ; ous ! y been assisted in this World war H veterans employed, registered on 4 different occa- i mpor t an t job by Henry Fender- Robert J. Macket, commander sions. In January, 1944, the tern- f t _ now in the navy . o£ yerdun-Pearl Harbor chapter, perature went as high as b6 de- Members of the price panel in- said Thursday the flag is now be- grees. dude Lowell N.. Weir, chairman; ing designed and should be ready The lowest temperature for the | Mfs j w Barc i ay M rs . Rita Van for display the early part o£ 1945. Horn. Mrs. John Stevens, Mrs. Commenting on the J. Quinn, Henry Neibergall, gram, Commander Macket said: Merkel, John Gallagher, I "As a part of its program to Lloyd A. Jensen, B. W. Millington. speed the hiring of war veterans L. A. Whipple. Earl Dean. Paul by business and industry, the Dis.. i Hurley and Gladys Price. These abled American Veterans has de- deficiency in precipitation, the to- members a ii have devoted many cided to inaugurate a national tal being only .52 of an inch com- hours to price con trol and related campaign to interest manufactur- pared with a normal of .86 of an surveys for the direct advantage ers in displaying an employment inch and .64 of an inch in 1944. o{ each Qf us nag · Snowfall totaled 8.06 inches. The ^g j (le j 0 ^ p SLnc ] i consisting of "Thb un.^ **, ^ -«-x-^, -- r largest share of this, 6 inches, fell LeQ Halfpap chairman, Mrs. L. J. cially interested in the employ- in the 24 hour period at 8 a. m. on strBhan an[ j pulton F. Potter, has ment o£ disabled veterans. We of the IBth. devoted tireless'hours to the tedi- the DAV aro proud of the fact In studying the following day to t k o£ fa ; rly distributing that day weather chart for January stoves and fuel oi , readers must bear m mind that Our thanks an( j congratulations an able-bodied man.' the daily observations at the a , so to Mrs G G Weida rec ently The DAV commander urged all KGLO transmitter west of the city electer i "volunteer member" chair- industrial and business leaders m are made at 8 a. m. thus the max- man . also to Karl -waggoner, this area to co-operate m the pro- imum under any given date is chairman w Earl Hall and Les- gram. Inquiries will be given likely to have been recorded on {er Milli g an members of our com- prompt attention by the local DAV the previous afternoon: JANUARY, 1945 Max. 15 -2 16 JACK WEITZEL, FEDERAL INCOME T A X EXPLAINED BY DEPUTY HERE Prop-Wash Hangar Flying With CAP Boy, Oh Boy. A whole week at an army air base. Say that is plenty sharp. Well, last summer 3,000 boys of the CAP cadets spent at least one week at an army air base somewhere in the United States. In i _ ... Iowa, 275 boys were divided into 3 | Estimated KetumS Must Be Filed by Those in Upper Brackets Regulations for filing of income Uldllcro W K I C dl. nit ucla_. j.n^j i in.^«i"i.*" ^ T , ,_ j went over those planes from wing tax returns on March lo and pur- lip to wing tip, from nose to tail, pose of the pay-as-you-go system inside, outside and all around were outlined Thursday by M . J them. They used the navigation Mulhn, deputy m charge o£ the trainer, the bomb sight t?ainer Mason City internal revenue of- and every other piece of training pee in rooms 200-206 of the post- PILOT GETS REST Nashua--Lt. Marvin Hall, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. William Hall, arrived home Tuesday after a year's service overseas as a pilot on a C-47 transport plane which carried supplies to Gen. Tito's guerrilla army. Lt. Hall has been awarded the air medal and " distinguished flying cross. the Presidents John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson were born the same year^-1767--and Presidents Ulysses S.' Grant and Rutherford B. Hayes w e r e not only born the same year--1822--but in the same state, Ohio. Rectal Soreness Get Relief New Easy Way --Sit In Comfort Protenon BccUI fa a nidc, dcpcndaW» reliever ot itchine. paititol rectal Bonnas -.ymptoms which miy also aecoaiTOW I2c3 and hemorrhoids. Bnnea soothing ·disc o£ comfort upon contact, forms pro- tcctinc ftlm over EOTC area, helps dcstroj infections Rcttna. aid Natnro heal up raw, hroltcn tissues. No oil-no crease to Item clothins Sold on money back guarantee. Get this modern rdirf todaj ... ask tot PROLARMON RECTAL AT FORD HOFHNS DBUG STORES Marine Corps Marks Year of Service to j Discharged Men The rehabilitation division of the United States marine corps this month marked one year of service to discharged leathernecks returning to civilian life. In the 9th naval district alone some 2,890 marines, all honorably discharged, received assistance, or offers of assistance, of the corps rehabilitation section as they discarded uniforms for civilian garb Under the direction of Marine Maj. Oscar B. Kaufman, witl headquarters at 225 South Clark street, Chicago 4, 111., many o these discharged men have been assisted in education, loans, pensions, vocational training, employment and other problems of transition. ' The marine corps inaugurated its rehabilitation program one year ago in recognition of the obligation that to discharge a man without some adequate preparation for civilian readjustment may be as fatal to his future as sending him into combat without teaching him how to shoot. Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11' 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 office building. Mr. Mullin pointed out that persons with incomes o£ more than $5,000 for-a single person withou at Sioux City, given the right face I dependents, or $5,500 for a mar and the forward march, they ned couple without dependents TMnor! nff Tito ^fioraric Th thus SoOO for each dependent ar ceding office/aSx CUy Uui'ed. to file estimated return when approached on the subject at ], """ of the cadets spending time at the' air base was very skeptical. His ;raining schedule could not he in- lerrupted, the men in training there badly needed for combat duty. He was afraid these CAP cadets would be all over the place and continually in his hair, but when he saw the cadets and the way they, were trained his objections vanished. Before the last cadet left the base the commandant told Col. Johnston, Iowa wing commander, the cadets would be welcomed -back any time. And if you think thofe 275 boys didn't have plenty of fun and didn't enjoy themselves you are all wet. This coming summer CAP cadets will again go to an army air base, no doubt Sioux City. Any boy, 15 to 18 years old who would like to spend a week at an army air base can arrange to do so. For complete information see an officer of the local'unit of the Civil Air Patrol at once. Come to the should file a declaration on or be fore the n e x t installment date June 15, Sept. 15, or Jan. 15, 1946 "In deciding whether you mus file a declaration," Mr. Mulli said, "you should exclude from your income any items which ar 9 19 7 17 25 16 5 22 32 25 34 27 23 20 29 24 28 28 32 27 34 27 34 28 17 14 15 Min. -5 -18 -1 -11 0 2 13 15 -16 -7 16 24 21 23 21 -5 15 13 28 23 23 17 11 9 6 0 15 -5 0 -1 -14 Precip. trace trace .03 .03 .04 .03 trace trace .01 trace .33 munity service panel. Our appre- chapter, elation also to the Woman's club. Commander Macket declared paper carriers and many others that industry should be just as i who have at various times con- proud to display the new employ- tributed their valuable time to the ment flag as it has been to fly the satisfaction of l o c a l citizens, I star-studded service flags through better service. service flags show- t t c l icl v.^ , m e the number of employes who To Mrs. Syd Bemis. Mrs. The- have gone into the armed forces resa Arentsen, Mrs. Phyllis Cain | and those killed m action. Price, Mrs. Margaret Gleason and members of the Mason City fire department, our heartiest appreciation. OFFICER WOUNDED Decorah--Mrs. Henry McCauley . ... , ... , j i h a s been notified by the war de- As cit.zens of this county and rtraent that her son Lt. Robert of this great nation we give these - - - - - ,, . , --.»_, people our thanks for iobs well done, and our sincere hope that they will continue in their splendid efforts for as long as this emergency program is necessary. Il is wise to remember that so long as the war continues, some- war - vital commodities must be rationed, and price control will be dominant. The situation facing all of us in every rationing and price control program today is more serious than at any time since the war began. YANK WOUNDED Decorah--Sgt. Oscar Saxvik, son HEADS BOY SCOUTS Fredericksburg -- Postmaster P. E. Morf has been appointed to head the troop committee of the Boy Scouts. W. F. Borcherding is secretary and treasurer. Others on committee ar%: Roy McClure, McCauley is in a Paris hospital recovering from wounds received in Luxembourg, where he is with the 101st infantry with Gen. Patton's 3rd army. He was wounded twice and has been awarded the purple heart and the oak leaf cluster. GOING AFTER FOXES Rockwell--The Rockwell Community club will sponsor a fox hunt Sunday. Last Sunday 7 of the animals were chased'but owing to lack of men-could not be caught. -- * -- -- · * - -- -- -- U - .- .^ , I 1H\_ L U I L l l l l t L L ^ l ^ 11G. JLUJ" 4V1I_\^1 U I U, of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Saxvik ot Don foresman, A. H. Milne, Alvin Decorah, was wounded in Bel- Hewitt and Henry Justen. gium Jan. 9. Word to that effect 1 was received Monday by the parents. It was the second time Sgt. Saxvik has been wounded. He is with the 101st airborne division Pinevillc, La., almost a stone's throw from Alexandria, La., h a s l M more churches, schools^ hospitals, · · I INCOME TAX I Service Bureau , ^ colleges and other tax-free buildings than any othir city its size in the United States. TED OLSON. ?I3 First National Rank Bldff. Telephone 10"4fi Expels Gas From Stomachand Bowels When cowlipotion's gas way down in the bowel* bloats you up and you fed miserable--get Dr. Fcler Fahrncy'* AJpen Knmler. This time- tested stomachic tonic medicine--compounded of 18 of Nature's own medicinal rool», herbs and botanicals--usually brings happy relief. Caution: Use only as directed. Alpen Kraultr comforts the stomach and aid* dodged up. sluggish bowels to expel waste matter. Best of all it reduces bloated, gassy feeling due tDde- jras a ttacks. get ALP EN KKA £roin any Fahrncy agency, such -L. Vf. Zeljter; Brueckner** Drat Store. mustering-out pay, the first $1,500 of active service military pay, g o v e r n m e n t contributions to monthly family allowances, and . wholly exempt from tax, such as social security benefits. For Grand, Easy Meals and Lunches... SEES HER HALF SISTER Burt--Mrs. F. O. Stow saw her half sister recently for the first time in 45 years. The sisters met for the second time in their lives. Mrs. Stow hadn't seen her sister since the latter was 2 years old. The sister, Mrs. P. J. Meissner and her husband of Glen Ullin, N. Dak., spent a couple of days at the Stow home. armory any Tuesday evening. Remember each boy roust have the necessary training so he will know how to conduct himself correctly. Boys going to the air base are accompanied and supervised by their own CAP officers. So you boys who would like to take advantage of this exceptional opportunity should act at once; do not put it off. The average U. S. president has lived 12^4 years after leaving the white house. But since 1850 "only one president--Taft-- has survived as long as that after completing I his term. IOWANA BRAUNSCHWEIGER AND FRESH LIVER SAUSAGE . The flavor and all-meat goodness of lowana Braunschweiger and lowana Fresh Liver Sausage add extra appeal and enjoyment to meals, lunches and snacks. These quality meats can be served in a jjffy and they're good budget stretchers, too, for lowana Braunschweiger and lowana Fresh Liver Sausage are all meat--no waste or shrinkage. Enjoy these favorites today! POINT FREE Sears February Sale Hercules SHEEPLINED COATS Mode For Real Wear A real opportunity! These big warm sheeplined coats are reduced from our regular price! Made of medium leavyweight seal brown moleskin cloth, lined -with warm curly sheep pelts. Double breasted for extra warmth across chest. Sleeves warmly lined with cotton blanket cloth. Big warm good looking shawl-type lambskin collar Full belt. Full 48 inch length for warmth. Sizes 36 - 38 - 40 - 42 - 44 - 46 - 48. WHILE THEY LAST Reg. Price Was 21.95 You Save 2.00 DeLuxe Dressy 48 Inch Style Ideal for the Businessman! Good looking tan gabardine with finest soft lambskin collars. Lined with finest quality sheeplined curly pelts Sizes 40 - 42 - 44 - 46 - 48. These are our finest coats Ideal for the man who wants real warmth and good looks Reg. 33.95 $29 .95 You Save 4.00 S E A R S , ROEBUCK AND O Phone or Mail Orders Accepted Phone 803 23 E. Stale

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