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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO BIASON CITY GLrOBEGAZKTTE JTULY23I NNOUN a new convenienc Just follow these few simple instructions 1 Open wrapper at one end Do not tear off j 2 Remove as many slices ag desired 8 Fold wrapper back over open end of loaf IT STAYS FRESH A ROSS PRODUCT On Sale at Your Favorite Grocers TOMORROW EVERY member of your family will be enthusi astic about the wonderful new Sliced Bread Just think Splendid loaves of bread sliced neatly and perfectly by the Betsy Ross bak ers wrapped in neat sanitary packages and then sold to you fresh and tempting by your favorite grocer Its ready to serve when you buy it Another big stroke has been accomplished in the trend toward saying time and effort for the housewife Instantly bread becomes a more im portant item in your home The children will eat more of this body build ing food Toast becomes an added delicacy because these perfect slices toast to an even golden brown Picnics and parties become more frequent and en joyable because the chore of preparing sandwiches has become as nothing Place Pf af fs Sliced Bread at the head of your grocery list for tomorrow Youll like it so well that Sliced Bread will become the regular thing in yourhome Fresh too You will be amazed to find that this new bread remains sweet and fresh as long as any uncut loaf Follow our instructions by keeping the wrapper folded over the open end of the loaf You already do this with the uncut loaves you have been buying Sliced Bread is the greatest single develop ment in the entire history of the Baking Industry We consider it a privilege to be able to invite you to buy a loaf and try it That you will lile it im mensely and continue to use it we take for granted Your Grocer guarantees it to stay fresh I BREAD Made By Betsy Ross Bakers PFAFF BAKING COMPANY Friend and Neighbor
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