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San Antonio Light (Newspaper) - April 5, 1927, San Antonio, Texas THE MN' APRIL 5, 182T. PASTEURIZED MILK Is produced from Selected, Inspected, Tu- berculin-Tested Herds. It is pasteurized for your further protection. Mistletoe milk is delivered to your door fresh every day. You'll find that every glassful teems with health-making qualities. Visit Our Booth at The Light's Cooking FREE SAMPLES MISTLETOE CREAMERIES A HOME INDUSTRY Much attention has been drawn t the Pioneer Flour Mills' booth wher there has been arranged a miniatu- mill surrounded by a number of sack of White Wings and Pioneer flour products of this company. In addition to the attractive booth the Pioneer Flour Mills are givin sacks of flour as attendance prize each day. This feature also is ing popular among the housewives. Arthur Storms of the company, ha placed demonstrators in his booth. The Pioneer Flour Mills is supply ing Mrs. Chitwood with all of th n his way to Galveston with all the ixeeutive officers of the road, after iclding a meeting here Monday. Mr. Haile said progress is being nade steadily on the extension plans. Substantial increase in traffic from his region are being enjoyed by his road, he said. He praised San An- onio's construction program and said hat Saa-Antonio will not suffer from lack of railroad traffic. At the stockholders' meatlng of the an Antonio Belt and Terminal Rail- way company, for which 'Mr. Haile came, the following were ejected: C. S. Haile, "president; H. E. McGee, ice president, and Walter "Walthall, eeretary, and C. E. Schaff. Houston; R. Haile, St. Louis; C. C. Huff H. E. McGee, Dallas, and D. J. Strauss, Edwin Chamberlain, L. J. Hart and T. B. Baker of San Antonio were elected directors. Twenty officials, including Z, G. lopkins, assistant to Mr. Haile, ac- ompanied the Katy president. The jarty arrived at o'clock and left or Galveston at ELKS I1S11 Up-to-Date Equipment to Modern Kitchen UCCESS in cooking gives the home-maker that subtle something we call Satisfaction. It dig- nifies her work. The business of supplying properly prepared food to the family is one of the housewife's most important obligations. Cooking is a science. The achievements of this science are so wonderful that we constantly become more absorbed in the subject. We realize the results, for the woman who studies the art, are without limit. Modern kitchen equipment is necessary to obtain proper results. The bright, shiny gas range, with heat incinerator to dispose of all trash and abundant supply of hot water is nec- essary for dish washing and cooking purposes. Mrs. Chitwood recommends the all-gas kitchen. Modern gas and electric appliances take the gloom out of housework. Visit our booth at the Cooking School. Our repre- sentative will gladly explain the operation and proper maintenance of all gas and electric appliances. San Antonio Public Service Co. French Girl Protested in Beach Revue GALVESTON, April Reports of a free lance French candidate for the title of "Beauty Queen of the Universe" at the international beauty pageant in Galveston May 21-23 brought cabled protests from sponsors of the official "Miss France." The letter came from Baron Maurice de Waleffe, editor and publish- er of Paris-Midi and Le Journal, and quoted press dispatches from America to the effect that a French girl claiming to be the "most beautiful woman in and who seeks to enter the Galveston pageant, is being detained by immigration author- ities at Ellis island. Elks of San Antonio were operat- ng Tuesday under a newly elected set of. officers, following their installa- tion Monday night in the recently re- modeled home of the lodge. Jack R. Burke, exalted ruler, was oslalled for his seventh term. Other chief officers were re-elected. Brig. Gen. Paul B. Ifalone spoke on "Americanism and and Nat Washer reviewed the prog- ress of the local order. Following the installation, V. G. Sharver called on the Elks to support the rose car- nival, April 18 to 24, which will be leld to raise money to send the band and patrol to the state meeting at Houston. Charles Wynne made a short talk on the Houston trip. Officers for the new year are: Jack E. Burke, exalted ruler; J. D. Pelphrey, esteemed leading knight; M. Riley Wyatt, esteemed loyal knight; Earl W. Tracy, esteemed lec- turing knight; G. G. Collins, secre- tary Ales P. Villaret, treasurer; W. A. Cray, tiler; V. G. Sharver, trustee, five-year term; Jock R. Burke, rep- resentative to grand lodge, and Charles S. Baxter, alternate. i) a Motorists With Glaring Lights Given Warning Besar county, refreshed by its re- spite from a rigid enforcement of the speeding laws, still must remember that glaring headlights will not be tol- erated, warns Frank .T. Grimsinger, county headlight inspector. The four Bexar county highway po- licemen are patroling the roada for speeders and glaring headlights, ac- cording to Sir. Grimsinger. Motorists driving with unadjusted headlights arc being arrested and filed on, he says. 56 Brackenridge Honor Students to Be Initiated Fifty-sis members the graduating class of IJrackenridge- Senior school who were elected to the National Honor society will be initiated into the society at an assembly in the school auditorium on April 38, accord- ing to Miss Dm Johnson, principal. The following students will pnrtici pate in the program: Misses Maude Kllcn Davis. Ethel Shane, Julia Bar ricklow, Hobble Woodlee, Helen Yea zell and Valeria Duffy, und Edgar Weil. Mark Richards, Jack Jcffy and Krank Wells. Arrest Motorcycle Officer in Smashup A county motorcycle officer wow taken into custody by city police early Tuesday, following a collision hr.twcftn his mac-h'jn? pud nn auto mobile. He -WIN boohed for negligent clmrity rlnnce nml mid night follies. Municipal Auditorium .Thursday night. The Herrick refrigerator, which is being featured in one of the Stowers booths a t the Cooking School, has been known as the aristocrat of re- frigerators of medium price for SO years. It is built for lifetime service. The drainage system is completely re- are all the shelves and racks. The patented trap in tibe drain pipe permits easy exit of all drippings without allowing warm air to enter. The whole system is made of rust-proof steel. Stowers Furniture company will place 100 pounds ice in the Herrick refrigerator and attendants- will be .given the privilege of estimating how many hours the ice will last The contestant guessing the nearest num- ber of hours will be awarded the Her- rick. Each visitor is asked to stop at the Stowers booth and estimate the number of hours this 100 pounds of ice will Jast. ATTENDS COOKING SCHOOL. Miss Ida Reynolds, Bcxar county home demonstration agent, attended The Light's cooking school Monday afternoon, and pronounced it a de- cided success. Because of a meeting of the girls' club of Kirby Tuesday afternoon Miss Reynolds was unable to attend the second day. HAM a BACON Visit Our Booth at The Light's Cooking School MISSION PROVISION CO. San Antonio Mrs. Chitwood is lost without FRIGIDAIRE The Dependable Home Refrigeration Be independent of outside ice supply next forever! Install Frigidaire now Once Frigidaire is installed in your home, you are forever free from the need of outside ice supply. The minute the connections are made and -the current turned on you have automatic electric re- have the permanent con- venience of direct frost-coil have Frigidaire. Come in and see Frigidaire in actual operation. Inspect the new models now on display. Examine the Frigidaire frost- coil. See how it it preserves the freshness and flavor of all how it freezes ice cubes and makes frozen desserts. 31 GENERAL MOTORS Every housewife now can be the proud possessor of a FRIGIDAIRE, which as- sures ECONOMY, PROTECTS HEALTH, and PRESERVES FOOD! There are thirty-five styles and models from which to select YOUR FRIGIDAIRE Think of it! YOU SAVE FOOD (by Preservation) TIME (waiting for iceman) HEALTH (sanitary refrigeration) MONEY (operation vs. ice bills) ASK THE FRIGIDAIRE MAN AT THE COOKING SCHOOL FRIGIDAIRE CORPORATION San Antonio Sales Branch E. J. HERMANN, Manager 906 N. St. Mary'aSt. Crockett 4526
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