Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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' ft 1 W FEBRUARY 12 IK 1931 S ' DRY LAW AGENTS TO MEET AT DES MOINES APRIL 13 Department of Justice Men to Give Instruction 'on Methods. 1 Staff Correspondent. h WASHINGTON. Feb. 12.--Pro- called in to Des Moines on April 1° to receive instruction under depart ment of justice officials on certain phases of law enforcement am methods of crime detection, it wa revealed at the bureau of 'prohibi t!on here today. This two weeks course of in struction is a part of Director Amo woodcock's scheme to create a force of highly trained dry agent comparable to the special agent whose work has given so much sat- ibidciion in the justice department since this force was started several years ago. I'art of Plan. This session of special training is also a part of the plan of Woodcock to create in each administrative district of the prohibition bu- fl '-eau a flexible enforcement group which can be mobilized at any point m the district upon short notice bureau offices report that this system of schooling has produced lavorable results in enforcement in the field since it was started lasl September, pointing out that instructors in the movable schools conduct courses in legal knowledge and theory of investigating which equip the dry agents for 5 newer and more thoro type of work. New Agents Expected. It was learned at the bureau that I ·' f. n «mber of new agents may receive I/., their initial instruction at the April 6F; i session in Des Moines. This would result from an addition of 10 agents in the eighth administrative district, comprising Iowa Nebraska Minnesota, North Dakota and South' uakota, which were requested bv /-·he department of justice in the de- 'Ticy appropriation bill now be- congress. Funds appropriated for these ad- v«°, n l, a ^f" ts wi " bo rendered r .vailable this month immediately upon passage of the deficiency bill when the prohibition bureau will ihoose their agents from registers p Already compiled by the civil service bureau. Woodcock said. Rites for Alfred Bruns, |'x .. ' Titonka, to Be Thursday * TITINKA, Feb. 12--Alfred Bruns tr. and Mrs. Heiko Bruns' e*u-i.- ·- -W Wernoori at-the home ,**'·· his -parents northeast of' 'Titonka. He became ill about five weeks ago with flu and pneumonia : from which he did not fully recover p 1' uneral services will be held Thursday conducted by the Rev. A. Kilian . and burial will be in-the Lutheran i church cemetery, northeast of ' Titonka. CARUSO'S SON t: Enrico Caruso, Jr., hopes for a career like his famous father. Tho 26-ycar-old son 6f the world-famed operatic tenor is ' studying with Adolpho de la Huerla, once president of Mexico. His teacher says the young niiin Is possessed of im artistic temperament like his father. ISarfoot Is Decorah Candidate DECORAH, Feb. 12.--Cyrus Barfoot, retired farmer, ig having, pa- ers circulated for alderman in the fourth ward. He will oppose John Elliott, who is now serving his first erm, at tho ~i'v elation liild March LINTER ELECTED HEAD OF GO-OP Northwood Shipping Group's Board to Attend Mason City Meeting. NORTHWOOD, Feb. 11.--Officers were elected by the directors of the Northwood Co-Operative livestock shippers association at its annual meeting Monday, night. Those chosen were A. L. Linter, president; M- E. Severson, vice president; E. C. Flatness, secretary and treasurer, and C. L. Olson, manager. This association was one of the first organized in Iowa, having a membership of nearly 250 farmers and shippers and nn average annual business for the nine years of operation of approximately $-100,000. E. C. Flatness, secretary ant treasurer of the local group, 'is also secretary and treasurer" of the North Iowa Livestock marketing association which operates in north central Iowa, of which R. M. Kali of Mason City is the manager. C E Biederman of Graf ton is a director of the North Iowa association. The officers and directors of the Northwood group plan to attend the annual meeting of the North Iowa association which will be held at the Y. M. C. A. building in Mason City Thursday. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 and Saturday . . .Dollar Days . . . any item or any combination of items $2O or more, purchased for only (THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE GROCERIES) $1OO, Down Srm-ll Boy Hurt in Full. CORWTTM, Feb. 12.-Richard Gourley, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elry C. Gourley, received a fractured arm when he fell from a table. B u t I w © n f s t o c k i n g s w h i c h w e a r ' * Almost everyday · feminine aomeonr; with a frantic air of insistence announces at the hosiery counter: "But I want stockings which are going to wear. I aimply can't buy a new pair everyday in the week." Whereupon we recommend the New Gordon Stock.ngs . . . for both .sheer and service weights are famed for their beauty and wearaLilily. ° And when we tell her that we also have these stockings in three le^; lengths she is delighted -- Gordon Petite*, is for small - women--Gordon Princess**, for - women of average size and Gordon Kegal**, for larger than average women. §1.35 ant | morc- M A N L E Y S d and SATURDAY -- TWO DAYS DAYS so. 00 UNCONDITIONALLY GUAil- anteed for size, strength workmanship, and wearing quality. Heavy white-back blue denim. Tablecloths $ 1 .00 COLORED TABLECLOTH IN smart floral patterns. Green, blue, rose, gold and two-tone colors. Hemmed. 00 Hose $1.00 FUM, FASHIONED HOSE-popular French heels. Chiffon in permanent dull finish, all silk. Service--silk to hem! SPECIAL SALE OF HATS--. some very exceptional values reduced as a feature for our Dollar Days. Elastic Girdle $ O It AVON-COVERED KUBBEK Step-in girdle in flesh color. Gives a trim foundation for the new silhouette dresses. and see for yourself the value in this _36lh GOLDEN ARROW SPECIAL Felt I5nsc Rugs 9 x 12 Quality, Style, Service - - - . - . . . Facts Only Tmth 4foaf/s fft PLA E PAINTIN TM -* L " -*- -«- i Free Instructions FREE Instructions by a trained artist in the art of painting Nu- Stone Plaques. Paints and brushes furnished without chart-e Grits you -have made are always appreciated. Come in and a'ee tor yourself.. No obligations to buy. SOAP Ivory soap, medium size, Jap Rose soap and Cocoa-PIard water Castile soap-3 for 25c I I V O R Y F L A K E S (mecf/um size) 3 cakes Guest Ivory Box 48c Vick's Vapo-Rub, large size, Glycerine and Rosewater Lotion, 50c size 29c Ivory Snow, dissolves instantly, large size package loc; 2 for ' DAYS of WARD'S NATION-WIDE ALES FOR THE HOME Just in from New York! NEW SPRING DRESSES DAY SPECIALS! Here's a real bargain in a Felt Base Rug specially 'offered In the February Sale! The following features tell its remarkable story of value: 1. Choice of floral and tile patterns. ( 2. Bright, clear, lasting colors. 3. Colorful, decorative borders.' 4. Stainproof and waterproof. ·5. Thick felt base for ex- trn wear, (i. Heavy enamel paint surface. '. Easy to clean with damp cloth. MEN'S SHIRTS IN ASSORT ed fancy patterns. For bus ness and general wear. Regular $1.44, now. . .. M E N ' S D R E S S --Fancy patterns wearing rayon and /» cotton material. . 0 H O S E of fine pr $1 With Porcelain Tub $t.i0 Ucekly Small Carrying Charge Think of it! Only $1 Down buya this famous Windsor Gyrator Washer. Its green porcelain enamel tub has a 6 to 8-sheet capacity. It washes a whole tuhful of clothes spotlessly clean in from 5 to 7 minutes. Strong silent motor; genuine Lovell swinging wringer: tri-vane agitator are other special features of the Windsor. Buy it on Dollar Days' Save! FOLDING IRONING BOARD with -smooth wood top. Four legs, well braced. Sixes ];ji/ a x 54 inches. Specially priced! T R E A S U R E C H E S T Sheets, 81x90. Our finest quality. For these two days, each... ALUMINUMWARE--A SPE- cial assortment , consisting of Tercolators, Ten- kettles, Pans, etc. TIRE CHAINS -- FAMOUS Trail Blazer for regular size tires. Each Chain only MAGNETIC T R O U B L E Light for working on cars, engines, etc. Sticks to steel or iron MEN'S 103 BRAND OVER- all Pants. Triple stitched and riveted MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOOL socks--excellent values. Special on o Dollar Days. ... «J ELECTRIC TOASTER OF polished nickel. With 6-ft. cord and plug. A bargain at..... ELECTRIC COFFEE PER- colator--6-cup size. Specially priced for Dollar Days (less cord) at ZEP WATCH -- A HANDY everyday watch, guaranteed for one year. HUCK TOWELS -- 16 x 32-Plain and Colored Borders Excellent ·· f\ value 1U for TURKISH TOWELS -- 32x44 A special purchase of heavy Cannon Towels, t colored borders.. TT for Now, Just when the wardrobe needs replenishing, come these smart New Spring Dresses for immediate wear under dark coats.- Flat Crepes nnd Prints with floral motifs on dark: grounds. Dresses that have the new .square or cowl neckline -- full length sleeve, molded hipline, or flare skirts. New colors, too, to enliven the wardrobe--wildfire red, seasand tan, Sing- alee brown, blues, rose, and black! If you want a smartly styled Dress that looks higher priced, come down early for yours. Woman's and Misses' Sizes and HnlJ Sizes! $1 Airline 'Commodore' Full Vision Vertical Dial $' Complete with Tubes and Installed SI Dnivn, SI.IS \Vn«kiy Snmil Currying Chnrgu All-Electric! Full Vision Vertical Dial keepa every station always in sight . . . makea tuning in easier than ever. 8 Tubes, Triple Screen-Grid. Beautiful Tone and Tone Control. Smart walnut veneer cabinet. Licensed by R. c. A. Plate Mirror $1 .00 GLEAMING PLATE GLASS Mirrors with decorative etching in floral designs. A real Dollar Day special! RY PHONE 57 24-30 SECOND STREET N. E MASON CITY

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