The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1931 · Page 12
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March 17, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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i-k^'t!ffl.^^MTi^?ailwKi'ii"iKt^'rv. ; :ff-^s::ii ; d»uaa ^^ 12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETriT MARCH 17 Mi 1931 YOUR FLOOR CAN BE COVERED WITH LUXURY Every Home Can Enjoy Beautiful Rugs and Coverings A Bedroom with Colonial Furnishings Not so long ago, there was as much difference in the appearance f an Oriental rug and a domestic there is between a Rembrandt riginal and a modern pencil sketch. : was quite evident that they were f two different worlds, and that mastery, subtlety, and artistry one were wholly lacking in (dfi- jite the durability of) the other. :ut modern methods of weaving, olor blending and inaufacture have rot: things to a point where only in expert will immediately recognize the difference between an 1m- ort from foreign lands of the east, nd a rue: that has come from a hort distance East- of the Missis- ippi. And not only are these rugs ex- ellent replicas--they are so modesty priced, that their cost represents nly the* fraction of that of an orig- 40 NEW DRY LAW AGENTS WILL 6E ADDED IN STATE Woodcock Explains Changes to Be Made in Iowa .Organization. , By RABFORD E. MOBLEV Staff Correspondent : WASHINGTON", March . 17.-Forty new agents will be assigned to the Idw'a prohibition district on or before July 1 in a renewed campaign against dry law violators, Col. Amos W. W. Woodcock,.director of prohibition, stated here today in outlining- the bureau's enlarged plan of activities. Woodcock, explained that the changes :to be made in prohibition enforcement within the next few months will virtually amount to reorganization. pointing 1 , out that instructors of agents in the districts will be called to Washington for further schooling 1 . Better equipment, including .new cars, will be' furnished the prohibition forces in each district,, and a "bureau of .intelligence" will be organized to study problems of enforcement. Reach Its Peak. "With these changes,- it is contemplated the bureau of prohibition ·will have reached its highest peak of efficiency by. · the first ' of. July," - ---Woodcock.; said.-- -; ··'·:··,_ ^;V;,·,.-:·:';'.':.·;., "· ';flr}lorJer Stp^p'rocure" 'co-operation; Director; Woodcbcfc;. has written IT.- Li .Harney, prohibition administrator of Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota, asking his opinion on the manner In which the district's new agents are to be distributed and employed, and also on other questions arising from the new : plans. After receiving reports from the six deputy administrators in the Iowa district, Harney will submit to the bureau before May 1 any suggestions he may have concerning the operation of the new intelligence division. This ' division will grow fron^the bureau's present division of public education and re search. It will study the "enemy operations" in regard to sources of supply, etc. Make Preparations. , In preparation for assimilating the 40 new men for the eighth'dis- trict, Charles J. Bowe and -F. C Blodgett, prohibition instructors In the district, will be called to Vash- ington in June for a Vrefresher' course. They will be at their posts on July 1, however, to conduct the first schools for the new agents. Another announcement made by Woodcock was the intended pur chase of $50,000 worth of automo biles, six of wnich are to be as signed to the Iowa district. This wil afford every deputy administrator in the district an auto to use in the service.. This is the first purchase of cars ever made for the district, th forces having heretofore used only confiscated machines. "Under this new program, en fprcement figures will reveal larger dent in commercial viola tions than ever before, Woodcod stated. inal- So, if you are planning to re- ecorate'your home this spring, and : you've always dreamed of own- ng real Orientals, but don't know rhen you'll, be able to afford them; ive yourself the joy of having rich esigns .and beautiful colorings to aze on, even tho they-aren't so. tosely associated with antiquity as ou should wish. We cannot deny that there is an ntrinsic beauty to an Oriental rug hat makes it a prized possession, nd that dike old wine its value in- reases as the years-pass on. -If you an afford a genuine Oriental, by [1 means get it, and whether you loose a Chinese, Kermanshah, Per- .an, Beluchistan, Carouk, or one of he many other typ es loved by every ug connoisseur, be sure that you et a fine one. This should not be Ifficult to determine, because any eliable rug merchant takes pride n his knowledge of .the 'history oi rugs, and':.-.will be glad?to, enlighten rou, and assure you of a good value! Fo''get'-.'stHI -further ''knowle'dge on the subject, go to any public library, where you can readily find a book reating on the s history of the vari- us ^ypes of rugs. You will find it an interesting and instructive study, and one which will prove worthwhile when you make your purchase. If you don't go in for patterned ugs, you can follow the modern dea of having your rooms car- eted from one end to the other-Ho for this, you will doubtless want o \yait until spring. Bill Is Introduced Against Hitch Hike DES MOINES, March 17. would be unlawful to "hitch-hike on Iowa primary roads under a bi' introduced by Representative FranV Hdllingsworth of Boone county. Th bill would make it illegal to stan on a traveled part of a primar road and solicit rides under a pena ty of $100 fine or 30 days in jail. J second bill by Representative Ho Jingsworth would grant soldiers' re lief to men who served on the Mex can border in 1916 and 1917. License Would Be Required. DES MOINES, March 17. OP)-Persons who practice mental sug gestion or therapeutics accompanie by massage and without drug would be subject to the same licens as other persons engaged in th healing arts under a bill by Repre sentative Walter Osborn of Decatu county. Those who have been en gaged in such practice for five year would be exempt from the provi elans of the bill. Is Injured by Pitchfork. WHITTEMORE, March 17 -Theodore Gappa, north of town, suffered a badly injured knee which he struck on the tines of a pitch- j^ftrV* wZlilft *tt WOT''?*, ** Augustana Synod of Lutherans Will Meet at Essex April 22 ESSEX, March 17. (/P)--The Hey Otto Mees, president of Capital university, Columbus, Ohio, and president of the American Lutheran conr ference; 'and Dr. John A. Christen son of Chicago, president of th American Federation of Lutheran Brotherhoods, will he among thi speakers at the annual state meet ing of the Lutheran. Augustana Synod to be held here, April 22 to 26. The Rev. P. O. Beraell of Ottum wa, president of the Iowa confer ence of the synod; will address th convention on .. "The Poor, Ric! Church." Auxiliaries of the conference, th' Iowa Woman's Missionary society the Luther league and the Ipwt Lutheran brotherhood will conyen here simultaneously with the con ference convention. C. E. Ayres Rites Held at Rockforc ROCKFORD, March 17.--Funera services for C. B. Ayres who die at the ajasonic home at Bettendor following a long Illness, were hei at the Methodist Episcopal enure Monday afternoon by the Rev -harles. E. Luce. The Masonic lodg was in charge of the burial in River aide cemetery. Mr. Ayres was member of the Eastern Star, Od Fellows, Rebekahs and Woodmei He became a member of the Metl odist Episcopal church during h illness. He is survived by his wif one half sister, Mrs. Alice Frantz Mason .City and six nephews an five nieces. Officers Are Named by Church at Fertil FERTILE, March 17.--The annual meeting of the Church ot Christ was held Saturday. The following were elected: J. F. Rhodes, E. H. Varner, Gabe Richardson, elders; Harley Ouverson, Edwin Ouverson, Melvin Ouverson. L. M. Foster, William Kisner, deacons; Secretary, Mrs. J. A. Ouverson; treasurer, Harley Ouverson; pianist, a M. i. T^uuo. (** trc^ 1?K*J **v WE GREET THE NEW SEASON E awake one day arid know that it is Spring. Colors and movements and sounds and fragrances blend in a soft ecstasy. The sun is kind. The air is sweet. . - . . ^ We giye^anks for-the Doming of Spring. It is in this spirit of giving thanks that Mier Wolf Sons announce their Spring Opening display. Mier Wolf Sons, have been especially fortunate in the gathering of their Spring merchandise. They, are able to offer Mason City unprecedented style, quality, value. You are invited to - share the seasonal advantages. ^ See Our Gift Display Windo^vs \ Wednesday Night March 18 of Newest FURNITURE The newest fashion ideas in home furniture and home decoration are exhibited here now in one of the most complete displays ever attempted. Furniture and accessories for every room are included--a most extraordinary selection and in no instance has quality been sacrificed for price. We' urge your immediate attendance. A few of the many knowfi and nationally advertised lines to be found on our sales floors-Karpen Furniture Berkey Cay Furniture Levin Furniture Whittall Rugs WM^C^Ji^^^i^^^^WiM^- Brunswick Radios Atwater Kent Radios Mason-Hamlin Pianos Chickering- Knabe Pianos Biglow-Sanford Rugs Biglow-Sanford Carpets General Electric Sweepers Armstrong Linoleums Congoleum-Nairn Linoleums Lloyd Loom Products Universal Stoves Simmons Products Hoosier Cabinets Kelvinator Elec Refrigerator Fostoria Glassware Community Silverware Klearflax Linen Rugs SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT OF NAMING ALL IER WOLF SONS ' « · . · ' See Our Gift Windows, Wednesday Evening, March 18 - \ \ f \ :i .ll

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