Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 08, 1921, WOMEN'S SECTION, Image 12

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Friday, 13th,
No Jinx
The coming week which brings
with it Friday, the 13th, evidently
holds no terrors for Omaha hos
tosses as party after party has been
planned. Moreover, the guests have
not declined the invitations but have
tagerly accepted, particularly for afr
fairs to be Riven Friday.
Harry Marsh is one of those who
is certain to enjoy the lucky or un
lucky Friday (people differ on this
point). His birthday falls on the
jinx day.
The following is a calendar of
events for the week:
Sundav. Mav 8.
Mr aurl Mrs. t. C. Peters, lunch
eon at Country club for Governor
and Mrs. b. R. McKrlvie of Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Baldrige, sup
per party at their home for Gover
ftnr and Mrs. MrKetvie.
Mr and Mrs. Alan McDonald, tea
at their home for , Kappa Sigma
Dr. and Mrs. F. 'J. Despccher,
party at Louncil ffiurts Kowing ciud
in honor of Mrs. Robert Buckley of
Washington, u. u., guest ot wrs. n
A. Cameron.
. Monday.
Mrs. E. T. Rector, luncheon for
Martha Noble, a bride-to-be.
Mr and Mrs. finrere i Hrandrln
dinner at home, followed by theater
pany. -Guy
Burns, luncheon at Athletic
club, in honor ot Harold r.iwooa
fiance of Miss Pleasant Holyoke.
Mrs. C. C. Wells, informal after
noon affair for Mrs. Buckley.
Douglas Dox. stag dinner' at his
nome ior Mr, ciwooa.
Mr.and Mrs. D. C. Bradford, din
ner for their house guest, Mrs. Har
old Estey of Boston.
Mrs. John Madden, bridge lunch
eon at Fontenelle for Mrs. Estey.
Elsa Smith, afternoon party for
Martha Noble. '
Mrs. M. F. Funkhouscn and Mrs.
Harold Thomas, tea for their guest,
Mrs. George Wilsey of Idaho Falls,
Idaho, at Funkhouser home.
Mrs. C. L. Hutchins, bridge
luncheon for Mrs. Buckley.
Mrs. J. A. C. Kennedy, luncheon
for Mrs. Esty.
Mrs. C. C. Allison, picnic supper
at Rosemere for Mrs. Esty.
Wedding of Miss Mildred Srack
to A. L. Stewart of Fremont, at the
George C. Johnston home.
Delta Gamma meeting at home of
Mrs. Harold Evarts.
Harold Etwood, dinner party at
Athletic club for Elwood-Holyoke
bridal party.
Mr. and Mrs. William Noble, din
ner for Martha Noble.
Mrs. G. W. Holdrege, luncheon
for Pleasant Holyoke.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Holyoke, din
ner and theater party for ElwoodV
Holyoke bridal party. ;
Mrs. James Allan and Mrs. E. H.
Bruening, bridge luncheon at Allan
home at Seymour Lake for Mrs.
Friday, May 13.
Mrs. Palmer Findley, luncheon for
Martha Noble.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Noble, dinner
Mrs. John T. Yates, tea.
Omaha Woman's Press club, tea
at Fontenelle ior Ruth Chatterton,
Mrs. William Haynes, Entre, Nous
club, at afternoon party.
Mrs. George Shields, evening
bridge for Mrs. R. Buckley.
Mrs. Lester Drishaus, afterayon
bridge for her guest, Mrs. J. B.
Klausner of Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elwood. din
tier at their ihome for Elwood
Holyoke bridal party.
Mrs. D. C. Bedford, bridge' tea
for Mrs. Esty.
Orthinologists banquet at First
Unitarian church.
Browncll. Hall 'seniors, dancing
party at Happy" Hollow club.
Fort Omaha Woman's Bridge club,
at Officers' club; Mrs. J. R. Hall,
Saturday, r
Vikings of University of Nebras
ka, dinner dance at Blackstone.
Opening of Happy Hollow club.
Wedding of Pleasant Holyoke and
Harold ' Elwood at First Unitarian
Wedding of Martha Noble and
Arthur Griffiths of Pittsburgh at
Noble home.
Miss Mary Griest, matinee party
at Brandeis theater for Mrs. Buck
lev; Junior musical afternoon program
at E. W. Nash home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Cameron, din
ner at Happy Hollow club for Mrs.
Buckley. . T ' ' '
Sunday, May IS.
Musical tea, Mary Turner Salter,
program to honor Mrs. Salter at
borne of Miss Mary Munchhoff.
Mrs. W. F. Freehoff and Mrs.
Claud Fries, Fort Crook Woman's
Bridge club at the Officers' club of
the post.
Aiinnnnrrnnnr is mar) hv fr. and
Mrs. F. H. Davis of the engagement
ot their daugnter, Menie, to Henry
Bohling of St. Louis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Bohling of Chicago. The
wedding will take place next fall.
Miss Davis is one of the popular
members of the .young set and is
prominent in the work of the Junior
league. She has one ot the roies
i't the Revne to be given Saturday
,. vening by the league at the Gayety.
She attended Rosemary school at
(Ircerfwich, Conn., and was an Ak-S;it-Ben
maid at the coronation of
Klizabeth ConRdon, now Mrs.
P.obert Forgan. During the war Miss
Davis was active in Red Cross work
! and other wartime activities. . '
Announcement has been made of
the- engagement of Miss Frances L.
Godina, nurse at the St. Joseph hos
pital, to Eberhard Smith of Chicago..
Mr. Smith is visiting here with his
aunt, Mrs. Katherine O'Brien, liv
ing on the north side.
The wedding will be held in Au
gust, following he return of Mr.
Smith, who will spend the fore part
of the summer in the west.
Baughman-Kesling. ' " ;
Adnouncement has been made of
the marriage on May 1, in San Diego,
Cat., of Miss Inez Kesling of San
Diego, and Vernon Baughman, son
of Mrs. R. J. Miles of this city.
Mr. Baughman is first mate on the
U.' S. S. Schley, stationed at Sin
Diego. ' -
Mr. Block Goei East.
Maurice Block, art collector for
the Omaha Society of Fine Arts, left
Friday for the east. He will be a
guest at the National Art club in
New York City, will visit the Wal
ters art ' gallery at Baltimore and
will spend a week in Washington at
tending the Association of Museum
Director and the annual meeting of
the American Federation of Art.
Through Mr. Block, Omaha will
be represented at the American As-
sociation of Museums meeting in
Cleveland beginning May 23.
Omahans Abroad.
Mrs. George Haverstick and
Mrs..' Mosher Cobctzcr. who went
abroad last fall with Mrs. Z. T.
Lindsay, and her sister, Miss Ethel
Evans, have been in Paris and are
at nresent in. Italv. where thev will
be joined soon by Mrs. Lindsay and
Miss Evans. The latter have been
traveling extensively in Egypt and
Cairo and will later go to fans.
Week-End Visitors.
The following members of Kappa
Delta sorority at the University of
Nebraska spent Friday and Saturday
in Omaha: Helen Myers, Lois Hart-
man, Odella Jensen, Willa Perkins,
Dorothy Fond, Mary Leslie, Helen
Douglas, Sylvia Mikl, Evelyn
Stewart, Lucile Kline and Irene Davis.
Singer As Hostess
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New Officer
Mrs. Millard Langfeld is ill at her
Mrs. Richard Carrier ii at the
Mrs. T. J. Mackay is with Mrs.
T. M. Orr for the present.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson will
go to Chicago the last of. May.
Judge D. M. Vinsonhaler has
taken an apartment at the Tadousac.
Miss Edna Bullock of Lincoln is
a' visitor in Omaha.
! Mrs. W. P. Haynes is convales
' cing from a recent illness at her
. home.
1 Judge Joseph Oberfeldcr of Sid
! ncy, Neb., is spending a few days in
j Omaha.
! Mrs. William Byrne of Emporia,
J Kan., is spending the week-end in
, Omaha.
Mary Jordan, the well-known
contralto singer, presides at a tea
table as beautifully as critics declare
she sings. When in New York City,
Miss Jordan maintains a studio apart
ment where she often entertains her
friends at informal gatherings.
Miss Jordan comes to Omaha this
month to give a concert at the Bran
deis, May 24, under the auspices of
the American Legion.
In private life she is the wife of
Maj. C. C. Cresson of Fort Crook.
Church Luncheon.
Division four of Plymouth Con
gregational church, of which Mrs.
E. C. S,torms is leader, will give a
luncheon Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Herbert Underwood, 3938
North Twentieth street. Reserva
tions must be made through leaders.
Country Homes.
fr inH Mr. E. H. Soraarue are
r tWi.iV rAimtnr' linmff for the sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Love have
also opened their summer home.
Dr. and. Mrs.. Kobert Hoinsicr
have moved out to Islington for
the summer.
For Mrs. Wilsey.
"Mrc Xfillari" R Funkhouser and
Mrt HarnM Thomas will entertain
informally at tea Tuesday afternoon
from 3 until 0 ocioctc ior airs.
r0nrcr Wilcev of THaho Falls. Ta.
Mrs. Wilsey was formerly Miss
Mildred funkhouser.
Dancing Party.
Mr M T. Martin entertained 70
crnecte at a riant-mar oartv Monday
evening at her home in honor of Miss
Jcanita Martin, who graduates from
Mount St. Mary academy m June.
To Give Dinner Dance. i
fmrt-re of Vikinffs. a. iunior
honorary society for men at the
University oi Nebraska, will enter
tain at a dinner dance at the Black
stone next Saturday evening.
' Kappa Alpha Theta.
Mrs. Victor Jeep will entertain
members of Kappa Alpha Theta at
luncheon at her home. Wednesday.
Mrs. Theodore Metcalfe will assist
the hostess. V i
Card Party.
Mrs. Ivan Nordin will entertain
Golden Rod lodge at a card party
at her home, 2544 North Sixty-second
street, Wednesday evening.
Afternoon Card Party.
Holy Angels' Parish club will give
a card party Tuesday afternoon at
their ball. Twenty-eighth and Fow
ler avenue.
" ' ' Will Give Dance.
Omaha review, W. B. A., will give
a dance in their hall at 1517 Capitol
avenue, Tuesday evening. May 10.
Elocution Contest
An elocution contest of pupils of
Mt. St. Mary's seminary was held
Social Importance, at Tea Table
In our hurried and strenuous mod
ern life the quiet tea table seems to
hold its own. Indeed, it seems to
be doing more than holding its own.
It is yearly making a bigger place
for itself. And we may yet come
to look upon it as a preserver of
much that is best in our busy days.
For around its quiet borders we
pause at least once in the activities
of our, day. There we relax, and
over the pleasant and refreshing cup
we get quite mid-Victorian in our
sense of quietness and contentment.
There, too, we join in a pleasant
half hour free from the complexities
of our busier minutes.
So much for the tea table as a sort
of heritage from the past that is in
creasing as it goes into the future.
Now for the tea table as a source
of much sociability.
It is just that. For no matter
how rushed and busy we are, we
can keep up a little of the less for
mal, mere intimate kind of social
life around the tea table. There, too,
we can find time to mingle with the
members of our family whom, per
haps, we sec little of otherwise. . ,
' More than all this, perhaps the tea
table is as good a social nursery as
there is. For it may Tse used as a
means of making little children fa
miliar with social life. .
In a good many houses nowadays
the youngsters f the family are al
lowed to share in the gentle festiv
ities of the tea hour. Often, of
course, in accordance with the mod
ern and thoroughly praiseworthy
method of following a "no between
meals", dictum set down by this or
that child specialist, they are not al
lowed so much- as a smell of a bis
cuit. But often a biscuit or a sand
wich is a midafternoon indulgence
that is allowed.
However, though the early grace
ful handling of a teacup is not to be
despised as a social accomplishment,
the tea table minus the tea and its
accessories is worth while. For the
child who in this natural and pleas
ant way mingles in the social life
of its elders, and meets such out
siders as may come in, is growing
in the social graces, and is mini
mizing its own chances of social
awkwardness later on.
Friday evening at Creighton audi
torium. Isabel Sullivan was awarded
first prize. Myra Lite and .Bernice
Dughcr received honorable mention.
The judges were Mrs. W. J. Hynes,
T. J. Nolan and Rev. M. Stagno.
Omaha Boys on College Paper.
The staff of the Dartmouth, the
oldest daily college paper .in the
United States, is announced for the
coming year. Two Omaha boys
were selected on the staff.' Will
Nicholson is elected to the editorial
staff,, a new department to serve
instead of the usual associate editor.
W. H. Beveridge is the new busi
ness- manager.
Will Nicholson will 'come home
about the first of July to spend the
summer witk his father, M,r., W. G.
Nicholson, and Mrs. Nicholson.
Delta Gamma. V
Mrs. Harold Evarts will entertain
Delta Gamma alumnae at her home,
4804 Capitol avenue, Wednesday
afternoon. .:; :, .
Judge and Mrs. Wakely Abroad.
Judge and Mrs. - Wakely leave
shortly after the middle of June to
sail for . Europe where they have
planned a summer of travel and
study. , Judge Wakely will attend
the summer extension school at Ox
ford, and Mrs. Wakely plans to pur
sue a literary course there. Judge
and Mrs. Wakely together will study
art in Florence, Italy, and in Paris.
For Mrs. Wilsey.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Armstrong en
tertained at bridge, Friday evening,
in honor of Mrs. George Wilsey of
Idaho Falls, Idaho, who is visiting
Mrs. M. F. Funkhouser. Four
tables were set for the game.
Mrs. W. H. Guild entertained at
tea, Saturday afternoon at her home
for Mrs. Wilsey.
For Miss Chatterton.
The Omaha Woman's . Press club
wilf entertain at tea Friday after
noon, at 4 o'clock, at Hotel Fonte
nelle, complimentary to Miss Ruth
Chatterton, who appears at the Bran
deis the latter part of the week in
"Mary, Rose."" , .
May Party. .
Adah Kensington club will give a
dance Wednesday evening at Kel
pine's academy.
Mrs. A. G. Parker of Maxwell,
N'cb., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Mrs. Phelan Shirley has returned
from Berkley, Cal., where she spent
two weeks.
Mrs. David Meese of Ithaca, Neb.,
is a guest at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Charles Parker.
Miss Helen Howe, a student at the
University of Nebraska, is spending
the week-end in fjmaha.
Dr. Ernest D. Johnson has gone
to Los Angeles where he was called
by the illness of his father.
1 Francis Williams of Lincoln is
spending the week-end with his sis
ter, Miss Lena May Williams.
Mrs. W. T. Loomis of Des Moines,
la., formerly of Omaha, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. George Condon.
A son, Robert Kent, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McFarland, Sat
urday. Mav 7, at St. Josephs hos
Ruth Nickum has returned to
Omaha for the' week-end from the
University of Nebraska, where she
is a student.
Mrs. L. A. Smith and Mrs. L. F.
Shrum left for Chicago, Saturday,
to attend a national convention of
White Shrine.
Mrs. Amanda Taggert of Fulton,
III., has returned home after a visit
of two weeks with her son, A. A.
Taggert, and Mrs. Taggart.
Mr and fr T. F.. MrCaw and
daughter, of Colon, Neb., are taking
an extended trip through Colorado.
Washington, Oregon and California.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Montgomery
and Miss Beatrice Montgomery will
arrive in Omaha Tuesday front
California, where they spent the
Mrs. H. Frank Spencer of Chi
cago arrived Friday to spend a
month with her daughter, Mrs. M.
V. Porter. Mrs. Spencer has spent
the winter in Florida. j .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blumenthal
of New York, sailed last week on
the Olympic for Paris, their second
rrip to France since their marriage
last November. Mrs. Blumenthal
An Important Factor
In Efficiency
Correct dental work will contribute
more to personal comfort than properly
fitting clothes.
And whatever helps one's personal com
fort renders him more
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One cannot exereiaa too
much care, therefore, in !) DRK.RCHURCH0
the selection of a den- wJa
tist. Leave nothing to chance, but
choose one who has a reputation for
performing skilled dentistry with con
scientious care such a reputation as
this office is proud to merit.
Drs. Church & Haller
"D.bUI X-Ry"
500 Paxtoa Block, 16th anal Far-am
Tyl.r 1816 Omaha
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S1TW3 VitMMi iTs I UJ 1 1 1 s Is
it's coming to a boil ! "
tie room is full of its tantaliz-
I jnly delicious odor.
No need to sayBreakfast"!
Butter-Nut says it for you-the rfood
cQfree wayi ana perore u pour
much-lust before -you remove it
from the fire -but keep it hot.
Ten minutes to wait yes ten
t aroma nchen-co drow eagerness
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wr uw mst cup ot Dutter-mtt
Your coffee is always good
Tor you could offer no man a better
cup of coffee than
7 p coffee catted for by those who know
Thoughts That Save
The best way to keep bread crumbs
made from stale break that has been
thoroughly oven dried and then rolled
out or put through the meat chopper
is in a wide mouthed glass jar, with
the cover left open. It you cover it
tight the crums will soften.
One of the best possible ways of
keeping cheese is" to put it in a glass
jar with a piece of oil paper fastened
over the top of the jar with a rubber
It is always an advantage to keep
soap on hand some, time before using
it, as it lasts longer when it is thor
oughly dried. To dry it, it should be
taken from the wrappers and placed
on a shelf where air will circulate but
where dust will not reach it.
Butter should never be kept in the
wooden dish in which tub butter is
usually placed by the- grocer. It
should be removed to glass or porce
lain at once and kept covered. It is
better not to keep print butter in the
paper or cardboard containers after
it has been once opened.
Fish should never be 4cept on metal
dishes of any sort. Be sure that the
crockery or glass plate you put the
fish on is free from cracks. Cracks
in old crockery dishes absorb grease
and odors and should never be used
for holding food, especially sUongly
flavored food like fish.
Cake should never be kept in a
bread box. Some old time housewives
used to keep a piece of bread in the
cake box with the idea that it kept
the cake moist. It may make the
cake moist, but it does so at the ex
pense of the flavor of the cake.
More than 100 women serve in
national parliaments throughout the
world. .
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Mr. Howard Kennedy, the new
president of the Fortnightly Musical
club, is well known in Omaha and
Lincoln musical circles as an organist
ana accompanist.
Mrs. Kennedy attended the Ne
braska University School of Music,
where she was a member of Kappa
chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota. She
is also a member of the Tuesday
Musical club of this city and the
Matinee Musical club of Lincoln.
was formerly Miss Hazel Oberfeldcr
of Sidney, Neb., daughter of Joseph
Mn and Mrs. M. A. Kohn and
daughter, Margory, returned Mon
day from Hollywood, Cal.. where
they spent a month with Mrs.
Kohns uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
J. J, Gibson.
Miss Mabel Knapp, a student at
tne university ot Nebraska, is
spending the week-end in Omaha
with a sorority sister, Miss Alvira
Lincoln. Both are members of Alpha
Chi Omega. They came to Omaha
to attend the Kappa Sigma party
Friday evening.
Mrs. Frank L. McCoy leaves
Tuesday for an eastern trip to be
gone two months. She will attend
the commencement exercises at
Smith college on June 15, when her
daughter, Ruth, -will be graduated
from that school. Miss McCoy is
the only senior student from Omaha
at Smith.
City Concert Club Luncheon.
The City Concert club will meet
for luncheon Tuesday, May 17, at
the Chamber of Commerce.
Reservations may be made with
Hester Bronson Cooper, Atlantic
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Only 41 Business Days Left
In Our Closing Out Sale
IF you intend making a purchase of a rara art jewel
piece, auch at we are now offering at tremendously
reduced price., we .ugge.t that you view them at your
leisure with the help of conscientious salespeople, rather
than to wait until the rush of the last few week, of our
.ale. ' " .
The fact that the Albert Edholm Shop has for
many years held strictly to art unvarying stand
ard of perfection in all Diamond selections has
ivon for the firm a well nonn reputation
among Diamond Merchants.
AN unparalleled opportunity is presented in this
sweeping sale to buy a long-desired addition to
the family silver chest, an unusual offering to the
June bride or unique and inexpensive gifts for the
boy and girl graduates.
Omaha's Oldest Established Jeweler
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A corps of expert trained
assistants is maintained
subject to your call any
hour of the night or day.
Our economy plan anti
cipates every essential'
detail when our services,
are required.
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2616 Ftrnam St.
fhtnt Harnty 0S4
Theuitnd who ,'n.ver
.upe thai Uiythmi 'i
wrong ara .itily lotirf
tittl trior tj
"Drifting into the twilight zone
- between health and disease"
Laxatives gradually replaced
by this iimple food
Ordinal laxative, are of three kinds:
eearM aubetancea that may injure the
eentittve Inteatioea; oil. that merely
lubricate; drug, that may form a habit.
Fleitrhmann'a Veat by it. very nature ia
better suited to the itomach and Intei
tine than either drag, ar oils. And it
cannot form a habit.
- Ysatt i. a food conditioner that
tend, to rettore the normal ectk of the
faoweU. It. value ha. been demonstrated
by invettig.tion. recently conducted in
' the Tefferaon Medical College and other
leading institution..
For constipation eat from 1 to 3 cakes
of Fldachmann's Yeast a day.
For "run-down" condition
Host many of u. are "not quite fit"
morning after morning! How many grow
"tired out" easily lack the full vigor
that we need for the day', duties and
pleasures! For auch men and women
Fleischmann'a Yeast U being prescribed.
When "run-down" eat 1 to 3 cakes or
Fleitchmann's Yeast every day. ta acute
cases always visit your doctor.
Science discovers that the lack of
one vital element in your food
causes loss of health and energy
VITAMINES! : On this newly dis
covered and still mysterious element,
scientists now agree, good health and
sven life itself depend. t
For lack of vitamines, thousands who
never suspect that anything is wrong are
day by day losing vital energy "drifting
into the twilight zone between health and
"Food," says one of the most eminent
physiological chemists of America, "must
furnish enough vitamines if good health is
to be secured." Without vitamines, the
food we eat fails to nourish us. It leaves
us in a state of lowered vitality and subject
to many common ailments. '
The food of the savage was rich in vita
mine. Fresh vegetables, such as spinach,
contain it in good quantity. But many of
our modern foods have been refined and
modified until they no longer supply what
we must have for health and vigor.
The richest known source .of life-giving
, vitamine
Richer in life-giving water-soluble vitamine
than any other known food is yeastl
Thousands of people are eating Fleiach-
Teest may bo lakn cb'ssofrea in
truit juices or milk eaten plain
-or spread1 on tottt or cracaer.
m sum's Yeast todry, and regaining a test
in' life they have not known for years.
Everywhere doctors are prescribing it fot
the ailments of lowered vitality. It stimu
lates the appetite, helps digestion and gradu
ally takes the place of laxatives.
Read details of this important discovery
in the panel at the left.
Snap and punch at your work surplus
stores of health and energy that's what the
regular eating of Fleitchmann's Yeast can
mean for you. '
Eat Fleischmann's Yeast at any time
from 1 to 3 cakes a day. Spread it on toast
or crackers dissolve it in milk or fruit
juices or eat it plain. It has a rich cream
cheesey flavor that you will like. (If you
are troubled with gas, dissolve the yeast
first in boiling water.)
Fleischmann's Yeast is assimilated in the
body like any other food. Like milk, it
should be eaten fresh to be palatable. Place
a standing order with your grocer for Fleisch
mann's Yeast and get it delivered fresh
every day!
To learn many interesting facts about the
health-giving properties of Fleischmann'a
Yeast what it has done for others what it
can do for you send for the free booklet,
"The New Importance of Yeast in Diet."
Address The Fleischmann Company.
Dept. 98-0, 701 Washington St.N.Y.
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