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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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MARCH 5 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE " 19 Why hope for Qood Luck? Why fear Bad Luck? --is a better friend than . any kind of luck ! Wouldn't you be glad if you could stop wishing for good luck -- or dreading bad luck? You can. Simply be sure your recipes and . your flour are perfectly "balanced" --and forget baking luck forever. A"balanced" recipe is one that calls for just the right -amount of each . ingredient. The "balanced" flour Is Pillsbury's Best, made from an exclusive Pillsbury blend of finest ·wheats, combined in such a way that Pillsbury's Best contains just the right amounts of protein, moisture and mineral, just the right color and absorption qualities, to work perfectly for all your baking. There is no other flour "balanced" In just this way ---- be sure you get Pillsbury's Best! Best Hour "Balanced" f o r P e r f e c t Baking ed men on arrival here had only the few dollars 'given them when they left Singapore. Coulter Pastor Leaves Wickersham Group Likely to Have Trouble Finssh- . ing Crime Study. By JOHN F. CHESTER. WASHINGTON, March 5. ()-The \^ickcrshara commission faces ;he possibility of being moneyless before completing the gigantic erima survey task assigned it by Presi-: at the J. dent Hoover. j neapclis. Members of the commission, and those close to it, said today that unless the work is speeded to th« limit, the expiration on July 1 or the remainder of the $250,000 ap- pvopriated by congress may find unpublished several of the 10 criminal surveys planned. "We should have six months after that date if a finished job is to be done," said Judge William S. Kenyon. "We should have completed our prohibition report six months sooner." Ten of the 11 members plunged today into a consideration of reports upon "lawlessness among government officials," and "penal institutions, probation and parole." Judge Kenyou who has directed the governmental lawlessness survey, said the deliberation today was merely upon reports prepared by one of the commission experts and that the survey probably would not be finally completed for two months. Only one of the 10 proposed reports, ranging from the costs and causes of crime to criminal justice among the foreign born, the police and the courts, has been approved finally by the commission. It is the survey of "statistics of crime and criminal justice." It was · passed upon yesterday and soon will be forwarded to President- Hoover. on Long Speaking Tour COULTER, March S.^The Rev. F. G. Rasmussen, pastor of. the Lutheran church in Coulter, left for a- five weeks speaking tour including the cities of Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento and Fresno, Cal. Are In Minneapolis SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aborn left Wednesday for a visit ~ R. Miles home, Min- 12 Members of Iowa Legislature Failed to Int;roouce Bills DES MOINES, March 5. (.Ti -Twelve of the 158 members of the forty-fourth Iowa general assembly failed to introduce a bill during the first half of the session, the report of the statistical clerk revealed. A number of others have only one or two bills to their credit. Legislators who so far have .not sponsored a measure are Senator?. John N. Langfitt of Greenfield and Representatives C. O. Dayton of Washington county, W. T. Gilmore of Cedar county, C. A. Hollis of Black Hawk county, Speaker Francis Johnson of Dickinson county, W. W. Lamb of Dallas county, John McDermott of Adair county, George O'Donnell of Carroll county, Z. S. Ratcliff of Henry county, Ed Rawlings of Monona county, George G. Stnnzel of Sac county and G. E Van Wert of Franklin county. ·In the one bill class are six senators and 22 members of the lower house. Records of the other members range from two up, with Representative Ed R. Brown of Poll! county leading all the legislators with sponsorship of 35 measures. Senator C. A. Benson of Elkadur lecl the senate by Introducing 22 bills. 67 Iowa Counties Engaged in Dental Work for Students IOWA CITY, March 5.--With O'Brien and Harrison counties in the van as pace-setters in achievement, 67 Iowa counties and 110,000 rural school children are now engaged in dental correction activity under sponsorship of the University of Iowa bureau of dental hygiene. Twenty-five rural schools in O'Brien county have produced 100 per cent records in dental correction, it has been reported by Dr. T. R. Gardner, director of the university's bureau. Harrison county, he said, maintains its lead in the race for honors for total number of corrections, for 1,380 school children of that^county have been aided. Figures for the school year of 1030-31 to date indicate that the Iowa dental plan has surpassed its highest previous level of achievement. Pupils in 372 town and city schools are active, Dr. Gardner declared, and 20 more counties are planning to institute the plan next fall. Lots of open minds should be closed for repairs.--Otturnwa Courier. Repatriation of More Than 400,000 Chinese Creates Job Problem HONGKONG, March 5. (^--Repatriation of more than 400,000 Chinese laborers from the straits settlements has created an unemployment situation in this city and Canton unparalleled in modern times. There is little between them and starvation. Thrown out of work by slumps in tin and rubber on the Malay peninsula, these jobless Chinese were deported to their own country by the British authorities at Singapore. About 90 per cent of the deport- For Friday, Saturday, Monday BUTTER Best grade creamery; ' .one pound with order 27c PEARS or PEACHES, No. 2M, Regular 25c,- in syrup 5 Cans 90c CATSUP, 25c size PEACHES in Heavy Syrup, Jack Sprat, 35c size 19c CHERRIES--RED PITTED 25c size, 1 can .19c 5 cans for 90c COFFEE SOc grade, per Ib. 20c; 3 Ibs. for JAM, assorted flavors, quart sizes, 50c value. LENTEN FOODS lOc 35c 25c PINK SALMON, 1 Ib. can RED BOY SALMON, 1 Ib. can MEDIUM RED SALMON, 1 Ib. can SARDINES, Mustard or Tomato, 15c size FISH BALLS 1 Ib. Can BONELESS HERRING, Nice and Fresh, 1 Ib... CREAM CHEESE, No. 1 Wisconsin, Ib 20c SHRIMP 23c SUGAR- With order of $2.00 or more. Butter and Eggs not included. JELLO, all flavors, lOc size, .one package COFFEE, Butternut and Hills Bros., Atwood's Request or Nash PEANUT BUTTER, just made, fresh, 1 Ib 7c 17c BREAD Fresh Daily, Full Size Loaf 5c COCOANUT, in bulk, fresh, long shreads. Reg. 35c, per Ib. CLAM CHOWDER, 11 oz. can KIRK'S HARDWATER CASTILE, 3 bars 'for BUY IN BULK AND SAVE RICE, Fancy, * 4 pounds t BULK COCOA, I 2 pounds -,....-. I BULK OATMEAL, t "10 pounds . .^ BULK PEAS, ' 3 ppunds ^ BEANS, \ * 4 pounds } t MEATS, Fresh and Smoked at Money- Saving Prices. Vegetables and other things for your table at Money-Saving prices. The bargains listed, above are only a small symbol of the thousands of bargains offered in our various departments during our CLEARANCE SALE. SHOP AT OUR STORE--SAVE 10% TO 25% ON YOUR PURCHASES WE PAY 17c FOR EGGS SAM 215-301 S. FEDERAL DEPARTMENT STORE FREE DELIVERY PHONE 434-435 MASON CITY DIVISION JACK SPRAT LEMON OR VANU-LA. 20Z. BOTTLE, JACK SPRAT A NEW DELICIOUS JACK SPRAT PRODUCT JACK 2LB. SPRAT PACKAGE, WITH VEGETABLE COLORING TABLETS POUND, 20C tareh CORN K OR P GL£SS POUND PACKAGE, J BON!LESS POUND BOX, JACK SPRAT; PLAIN OR IODIZED 2 LB. PACKAGE, J6OZ. JAR, JACK 70Z. SPRAT PACKAGE, MAYFLOWER POUND PACKAGE, BiC«« JACK SPRAT. ALL VARIETIES | CANS,. 1 !}®/. NO:? u Txi Vie 1 Mr *» * .ft 4f %» BABY EMERALD 24 '/2 LB SACK, 49 LB. SACK, JACK SPRAT 26 OZ. JAR, FRIDAY AWD SATURDAY ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY GELLOPHAWE RAVAGE zsa OUNCE PAfAGE WHITE NAPTHA VACUUM TIN POUND, LARGE PACKAGE,

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