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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - October 29, 1941, Mount Pleasant, Iowaalii WEDNESI) \ V, (X T. 29, 19 HTHE NEWS, MT. PLEASANT. HENRY COUNTY, IOWA PACE FIVE Mt. Union Mt. Union Tin Youth Felloe whip meeting ^iii    tx- held at    Uh Me;nodi    t chun ii next    Sunday night at    6    30. Mis.s Ch«rlaine Austin cl Letts. la., the distrit t chairman of Worship and Flvanaelism Commis ion ol Uh Methofii ,t ct Youth FHI*;*.ship will sjjeak. H«*v. Bant'hait. wiil have open lions** on Na\ 7t!i to et* the new im-1 movement that the church board ii im! on Uh* patMina-H1 Everyone is welcome. Mrs t.dU ii Ruth ol New I orlon, la will Le hostess to the H lf club at her heme next Wednesday afternoon Oct 29th Mrs je i, Collins entertained the T L. club at her home last Friday afternoon Refreshments were served She wa assisted bv Mf Robert Jones.—Miss Clara Swan of New London wa. a Sunday euest at the home of her sister's Mr and Mr Lie Jones W S C. S    will meet    at tin* on Tuesday.    Not 4th. Latter. Bock Study Mr Worship; Hostel Mrs. Mr Ida 'lotemeier Mr er. Mrs. Brinier Ca rise Marion Smith. There WI of officers on thin date Mr* J«*«*a- Collin.* red the- birth of a son. Juno; Mrs Ai Mo. re of Topeka Moore will b<- remembe Oil!im ca ut, nter of Mr lins of Clear Lake. J ai .Mrs. Jessie Collins. The regulai meeting of will I>*■ held Wednesday 5th at the Masonic Hall T club wilt Lr entertained cf Mr and Mrs Hows Ort Jo to jjot luck din husbands and children : lins cf Okaloosa oent t with his mother, Mr J Mr Collins Ii in O kaii <,s.i very large ship” in a heavily-escorted# convoy oft Terschcllin#. a medium sized ship in the same convoy was hit amidships and a snio in anothei convoy off IJmuiden was left with its stern afire, the ministry said. A 21 yen old Toronto pilot, Bergh D. Mos flew his Hudson bombe, thru a storm of an ti-aircraft fire to drop bombs on the larger vessel and reported seeing the flashes of two explosions on the vessel's stern. Renew Attack in Afternoon Blenheims of the bomber command with fighter escort also struck at axi* shipping oft the Dutch coast in the afternoon. British offensive patrol flights were made ovei the north and northwest I 'anre and ;bjeetives in the Dieopc, Cherbourg and Brest areas were at-tackeri, a eommunique said tonight. Two Brit hit I udders were reported mu- mg f oiler squadrons of British fighters had swept ever Northern France but few enemy aircraft were seen," the statement said aEggBJUaMjHriMwi umBocs ■ 3 SHIPS BOMBED IN CONVOY KAID, SAY CANADIANS London. The Royal Cannelon air force costal command squadron which In i5' first month of operations is .'aid to have damaged at least 30,000 ton of German shipping aneled three more Nad yes els lo its total in fierce early morning attacks off The Neth-* ciand coast today the mr ministry announced. Two direr? hits were made on "a the I die^Liners ^and SAVE MONEY! A Wherever you lr rive I on bu-mess or pleasure—ro Burlington Tramways. Frequent xchedulesandshort, direct routes sa .e travel hours and low fares mean big travel savings And on the Dies+Lincr<i you'll enjoy bus travel et its be t... in air conditioned comfort and new travel luxury. LOW one way FARES FILLS UP TONIGHT Do this—Try 3-purposw Va-tro-nol. It (I) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation, (I) relieves transient nasa! congestion . . . And brings greater breathing    \ comfort. You’ll 1<:( Vifvc    J/ it. Follow directions * in folder.    VA    TRO    NOL I’f'sru .  ...... ( hi* ago ...... Iletroii ...... I>»■* Moines Omaha 'sioux Cite Denver Inns \nreles San !• rancisco . "Federal tax not <*» ie SLW Si.45 $2.55 SI.DD $5.95 $13.45 S 30.30 §30.30 included" AH EAD BE WISE BUY MOW !! Winier is just around the corner and it's time to think .seriously about greeting it. During our bi# Get-Ready-For-Winter Event you buy everything you need al money-saving prices!, There are bargains in eve~y department, but better come early. Ladies’ Furred COATS A special purchase of the season's newest coats. New shoulders, slimmer waistlines, newest fabrics. Many *-*■ new fur trims. VII warmly lined and interlined, find priced low for a quick turnover. IU* sure and see them tomorrow ! SPORT COATS Sec these new between seasons, casual coats. Exclusively designed by one of our leading manufacturers . . . Ideal for now and late into fall. 100% wool. Dressmaker and boxy styles. Exquisitely lined with rich rayon. MANT OTHER COAT \ ALI ES TO $29.95 Men’s COATS There's plenty of style in these new coats! And ail at last year’s low prices. Styled for ease and good looks as well as economy — These coats will see you through every season of the year. Made of fine woolens . . Shetlands . . Coverts . . Fleeces . . and will stand up under plenty of hard wear. MANY OTHER TOPCOAT VALLES! BUY NOW AND SAVE TO 25% ON ALL BLANKETS OI TING I EAN NEL f.ood duality. 36 in. outings in light or dark grounds. A limited amount at this low price. (k PAYS lo buy Round-Trip lichen) For tadiiiontl informotloa, vitit or fJicno BURLINGTON TRAILWAYS DEPOT J. VV. *Lo.MiIlan, Agent | Hrazelton Hotel    s. Phon*s: 37 or 75    I BURLINGTON TRAILUJAVS SAVE ON NIGHTWEAR LADIES - - - Ladies medium* weight, striped Outing (.ow ii-, size IT  ___  69c Ladies' heavy weight striped, floral and white outing gowns    . _ __________ $1.19 Ladies' Outing Pajamas. Solids, florals and plaids    __ _ $1.19 to $1.69 Ladies' Balbriggan Pajamas. Colors, blue and tea rose _____ _     $1.19 MEN - - - Men's heavy Outing Pajamas. Stripes with contrast trims    _    _____$1.29 V.?n’s Outing Night    Shirts   SI .ID CHILDREN - - - Girls' Outing Pajamas. Solid colors yvith contrast trims ________79c Hoys’ Outing Pajamas. Stripes with contrast trims. Sizes 8 to 18._____$1.29 Children’s one piece Outing Sleepers. Solid colors yvith contrast trims. Sizes - to S. .       59c WARM COATS FOR COLD DAYS REVERSIBLE COATS For young and old! Corduroy and Gaberdine Reversible Coats.    Ol-C Green, Brown. CO V ERX J ACKETS Men’s zipper, fleeced lined, heavy tfj-J QQ ('wert Jackets. Size*. 58 to Mi. _ ip I *1/0 SI EDE JACKETS AH leather Suede Jackets. Knitted collar, coffs, bottom. Color,    P*/* Brown. Sizes 38 to lh.  ipO* I O COMBINATION JACKETS Warm, wool and leather combination zipper Jackets. All color    (JJC* Q/- combinations. _    _________ SWEATSHIRTS Heavy weight, fleeced Sweat Shirts. Grey. Sizes 36 to ll._________ BLANKET LINED JACKETS Iiiue Denim Jackets. Blanket lined. Some with corduroy collar. Some    $*|    .69 zippers. Sizes 36 to 16.  ______ A up SAVE ON UNDERWEAR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY MEN - - - Men’s heav\ weight Munsing Union Suits. Sizes 36 to GI. .    $2.25 Men’s heavy weight I mon Suits. Ecru color. Sizes 36 to    IG.    _    .    _ 9$c Men’s winter weight In ion Suit>. Grey random color. Sizes 36 to IG. _ 79c Men's heavy weight IO-7 W ool I nion Suits. Sizes 36 to    IG.    _      $1.19 Men’s extra heavy 25% Wool En ion Suits. Sizes 36 to    IG.    _    $2.69 Men’s Shirts and Drawers. Heavy ribbed, ecru color. Each    79c LADIES - • - Indies’ winter yveight I nion Suits. No sleeve, knee length, rayon stripe _ 59c Ladies’ combed yarn, short sleeve, knee length I nion Suits    79c Ladies’ Jersey Bloomers. All sfeges, all weights „ _    .    _    _    _    25c to 59c CHILDREN’S - - - Boys* winter weight I nion Suits. Ecru color. Sizes G to IG. _    59c Boys* Munsing I nion Suits. I to IG. Pair  ___________  89c,    $1.09 Child’s taped I nion Suits. Heavy weight. W hite. Sizes 2 to 12.     59c Girls’ short sleeve. French leg, rayon striped I nion Suit. Sizes I to 12. _ 19c MEN’S WINTER CAPS .Men’s corduroy caps. Tie tops with lur inbands. Plaids and plains. All sizes. Lightweight SPECIAL VALUES WOOL SOCKS 19 Heavy weight, dark grey wool work socks. Reinforced heel and toe. HUSKING GLOVES Good quality, two thumb husking gloves. While they last at this low price HEY, FELLOWS! “Woolies” GIVES VOE THAT FOR YAi n DRESSIER FALL OCCASIONS TWO OF THOSE INFALLIBLY "HIGHT” DRESSES FOR THOSE IMPORTANT DAYTIME AYD EVENING OCCASION’S I    rn. (U/0 Style 2214 features alar nailheads in a lovely pattern, and tile new flattering pleated skirt. A wide range of soft full shades. Sizes 14% to 24H. $16.93 (Right) Style 2231 tells us that beads, properly done, ' are the smartest feature of the season. The color of SI Q 95    blends    with    the    color of the crepe, to *■ **    make    a    striking    effect,    Sires    Mg to 24'S. HOAGLINS. inc. ■——«■ “Furry Chenille Housecoats It’s your pct housecoat —pretty as it is cozy! Deep pile, furry chenille in zip or wrap styles with yards-wide skirt, new bell sleeves! New fall colors. 12-20. MANY OTHERS $1.98 to $19.95 I hey re the kind of coats any young fellow would like. Ihey’re certainly good-looking — bright, warm colors in combinations of reds, maroons, browns, blues, and many others. I hey’re warm as can be — IOO : pure wool, tightly woven. And comfortable -say, they are built for comfort! At this amazingly low price, you can t afford to let your boy go without one! 39c The lightweight yet warm woolies you want! Well-tailored vests, panties, briefs in wool-and-rayon. Small, medium, and large. ( OTTON SM GG I RS PANTS - VESTS 25 LuKKAliNh Gowns - Pajamas Perfect fitting rayons in newt!*I IO and different styles and trims.^A many colors. All siTes. See them today! MANY STOTTS and EX. STOTTS HOAGLIN S. inc

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