Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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FEBRUARY 12 ^f 1931 Woman Who Went to School With Hoover Still Seriously L ThWEST BRANCH, Feb. 12. UP)- Xhn Chond 'i ltm of Mrs. J. B. Clark Who has been seriously ill severa weeks, remains unchanged Mrs. Clark was a classmate o President Herbert Hoover in th hird grade in the West Branch pub £ f h £.°'- She is the ow ner of th old fashioned memory book in whicl ""= President, as a boy of nine wrote the memorable lines: "To Ad die: Let your days be days of pea. fpeace , slip along as slick a: grease." Mrs. Mollie Brown Carran, teach er in the third grrade at that time is slowly gaining her health after a long- illness, and is now able to be about the house. She has been generous in sending to other shut-Ins some of the carnations from the huge bouquet which came to her from President and Mrs. Hoover last week. JUROR AT $4 A DAY Ringgold Votes Down Road Bond Proposal MOUNT AYR, Feb. 12. Ut--By a vote of 1643 to 1735, Ringgold county defeated a proposed $725,000 road bond issue. All the rural districts showed heavy returns against the proposal m yesterday's voting, only three of the 21 precincts favoring the honds. Mount Ayr voted 808 for and 96 against. Ohio Health Officer to Take Over Post in Iowa CINCINNATI, Ohio, Feb. 12. (Jl'i --In announcing his resignation as assistant health commissioner and chief medical inspector of the board of health, K. H. Kinnnman said he would assume his new duties as deputy state commissioner of health in Iowa. He came here last July. John D. Rockefeller, 3d., was accepted as Juror No. 2 in a mall fraud case being tried be- foro Federal Judge F. H. Bryant, New York City. Mr. Rockefeller, heir to one of the world's richest men, will in all probability be tied up with the case for four or five weeks and will be paid $4 a day. rhone GDa U. S. Government Inspected Meat 105 So. Fed. FRIDAY SPECIAL PIKE r ij * ed PICKEREL Pork Steak Brick Cheese toe ,r n r° le : . huif Good Luck is treacherous! Bad Luck is expensive! nee is better than any kind of luck ! Millions of k women have learned that "balance" is the one thing that eliminates luck from baking. "Balance" in a. recipe means every ingredient in just the right amount, "Balance" in flour means an exclusive Pillsbury blend of the finest wheats, which produces a flour containing j u s t the right quantities of protein, moisture and mineral, just the right color and absorption qualities, to work perfectly for all your baking. There is no other flour like Pillsbury's Best, perfectly "balanced" for unfailing success in everything you bake. It's worth asking for! "Balanced" f o r P e r f e c t B a k i n g E. P. Cook Is Elected Head ef Farm Co-Op Creamery at Kanawha KANAWHA, Feb. 12."--The a-i- nual meeting of the Farmers Cooperative Creamery company was held at the Star theater Tuesday afternon. Ubbo Cooper, Bert Converse and E. O. Eliason were voted in us new directors. E. P. Cook wa^ elected president of the board of directors. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TO SHOW SOVIETS Services Held for Mrs. Barr, Clarion CLARION. Feb. 12._The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Ann, Barr, 83. who died Fdiday at the home of her (laughter, Mrs. W. T. Carr in Clarion after five months in bed, due to infirmity of age, was held Monday a' New Sharon. A short service was held Monday morning in the Jesse trmtn undertaking parlors here with * h . e R cv- G"y J- Wright of the Church of Christ in charge. She leaves two daughters and one son- Mrs. Carr with whom she had made Ter n ° me for e 'S ht y« nrs . Mrs- Myrtle Gould of Los Angeles and William of Viking, Minn. A sister Mrs. J. Strafford of Oskaloosa, also survives. in "Fancy Foods" Selected as one of 150 U. S. railroad executives who are to advise the Soviets in mil modernizing and expansion in Uus- si;, Chtirlcs A. Gill, above, of the Baltimore iind Ohio ntil- rnnd, sails to tuk« up his duties in Moscow this month. He will give advice In the expenditure of $1,700,000,000, the soviet railroad budget. Verdicts Returned in 2 Clarion Cases CLARION, Feb. J2.--In the suit brot by the Porter brothers, Eagle Grove, to recover damages from the American Railway Express company, for the loss of a hog that died in transit in April, 1928 a jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the amount of ?80. The sum asked was 5150. In the case of John Schulte vs. George Hake and Beryl Hake of Belmond, a jury out 20 minutes Wednesday returned a verdict for the plaintiff. The full amount of claim, J126.45, being nl- lowed. This was ft suit growing out of an automobile accident. The damages were to the car. . Services Are Held for Mrs. Larson, Kanawha KANAWHA, Feb. 12.--Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Knute Larson, who died Monday morning. \^ Rub on thro at (place »om«o» * -1 «wr«liowasitmdt». tongue and a % VAPotfuB OVER 1? MILLION JARS USED YFAPI v PHONE 834 835 - 838 THERS "Meat . Treats" PHONE 834 835 - 836 10 ib. cloth bag Libby's Milk, Ige. 3 for . . . .25c Peaches, Pears, Ib.. .I8c Tomatoes, large can 15 C Home Made Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts Orang-es, large, doz 35 C Grapefruit, 5 for 25c Tangerines, 2 doz 25c Fresh Dressed Chickens Loin Back Ribs, (meaty) Ib. . 15c Fancy Beef Pot Roasts, Ib 19c lowana Leaf Lard, 2 Ibs. 25c All Kinds Fresh and Spiced Fish A NEW MILK FOR MASON CITY Phone 940 PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM Give this new milk a trial-You'll like it. "Very Best" Milk will be sold at all grocery stores and meat markets--ask for it. "Very Best" protection caps appear , on aJJ bottles. These new sanitary caps are different from the ordinary milk caps and we have a four-fold purpose in usinp- them-- fa Protects the danger point Easy to remove . Easy to handle Easy to replace in "Very Best" The extra rim of the ''Very Best." cap protects the pouring ed^re of the bottle as well iis (.he groove into which the cap fil'.i- in this way dust, dirt, germs are kept out. Hk iU p$i«-. BUf k COMPANY PRICE of FOOD Today Price* subject to change depending upon ffactaati'on* in wholesale market prices. ESTABLISHED "" I8S9 ; WHERE ICON.OMYRUIES S P E C I A L /\ Rama SODA r i o n «i- ORTMTM! trackers 2«i25c ego 28c SPECIAL nrcB TOMT Piilsburys Best Flour 24% Lb. Bag 73c Simnyfield Hour . 24% Lb.Bag 55c Sunnyfield Flour . 49 Lb. Bag $1.00 Sparkle Gelatin Dessert p£L Pkg. 5c Heinz Ketchup . 2 14 oz. Bottles 39c Marshmallows $*f- 2 ILb.Boxes 35c ^^^··MHBWM Grandmoth has a new 'PUCES · War if* CHANGE B raja* Now you'll know Grandmother's Bread fay the beautiful new tan and brown t i g h t - s e a l e d wrapper. But the price remains the same -- a decidedly low price that gives you full advantage of the new low flour and wheat prices. Ask for Grandmother's, the outstanding bread value, today. 16-OZ. LOAF but it costs you no more -- -- 8c -- 4c FOODS MOST IN DEMAND Bulk Rolled Oats . . 10 Lbs. 25c Whole Wheat Cereal RALSTONS Pkg. 25c Pancake Flour CERTAINTY 4 Lb. Bag 25c Sultana Apple Butter . 28 02. Jar 17c Quaker MaidKetchup 14oz.Bottle 15 C Macaroni or Spaghetti 3 Pkgs. 20c Del Monte Peaches . No. 2^ can 23c Sliced or Halva *" Pork and Beans **£" 3 for 20c FRESH FRUITS AND jECETAgTRS Potatoes, Idaho Russets .Peck - 25c Bushel 99c Head Lettuce S 2headsl5c *' -f Indicate, incre^t in price. - Indicate, decree m price. EIGHT O'CLOCK . is-23 c M I L D A N D M E L L O W 1 R E D C I R C L E . »-27c R I C H A N D F U L L - B O D I E D B O K A R . iB.33c E X Q U I S I T E L Y A R O M A T I C I A N D F L A V O R F U L HOW TO CHANGE BREAKFAST from a elum and gloomy ordea! to a tray and cheerful meal: Have plenty of your family's favorite blend of A P coffee, fragrant, steaming, full of life and cheer. ,,, , Rcm «mber, "(he coffee you like bat is the bat, no matter what it costs". PERSONAL Fcw { s odsJ im P r °v= wuh , , , asc - Foo " 'hat DO need ·Rm B should receive it In the proceu of m»nufacture -- not in tlie store. A 6V P food it always store fresh. The nwnj ciuromm fc«/. i! mownjf too /ait Jor n to groui stale on the shelves. JFood Good things to eac «nd how to prepare them. Colonel Goodbody will tdl you about them every week-dar morning tc 8^5 over N. B. C. radio network. -MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION The Great Atfantic and Pacific Tea Company

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