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Schott Bakery - Galveston Grocers Get New Bakery Bread...
Galveston Grocers Get New Bakery Bread Deliveries Gmlveston grace.-* wii! have a new bakery product on sale Monday, Monday, according: to Russel G. Griffith, Griffith, general manager of the Galveston Galveston district 'or Schott's Bakery, baker* of Holsum Bre;id. . Hug* vane, which paraded the itreets of Gaheston last Thursday Thursday along with local breai'. delivery trucks, crossed the causeway last night with their first loaf of fresh-i baked Holsum Bread for the island. city. ; Local resident truck drivers j were to deliver the bread to Gal-: veston grocers in time for business i Monday morning, Griffith said 1 Sunday. | Holsum bread is baked bj-j Bcbott's Bakery, pioneer baking: firm of Houston, founded in 1893! ; by Frank and Pauline Schott, who started by delivering 50 loaves of fichott's bread daily to their neighbors. Frank Schott's little box-shaped delivery wagon soon- became a popular part of neighborhood life. BU8SEL G. GRIFFITH Red Poland Retaliates in Batorv Plan and by 1902. business had expanded I its daily quota to 800 loaves, to a daily output of 300 loaves a I tending to all parts of the day, with lartfFr quarters and new j Always pioneering in progrems, and larger ovens. I th* Schott family in 1944 corn- By 19115. the company had built · pleted the first section of their ·--'------. now familiar bakery and had increased increased the capacity to 50.000 l loaves a day. Bakers from all j t h e country traveled to Houston ;to view the new 135,000 ovens, {among the first to us* natural I for fuel instead of the- old coke land coal. ! But soon even these steps were douoled, with more building and an output of 100,000 loaves a day. NEW YORK. Sept. 30. (INS)--| An d shortly before World War H Communist Poland has retaliated | Holsum Bread was introduced. a g a i n s t the Moorc-McCormick ! The new bread was popular and|quickly Steamship Line for the banishment; demands taxed the plant from New York piers of her liner' fullest capacity. Batcry on which Red Leader Ger-j hart fiisler escaped from t h e ; United States three years apo. When the plant was modernized again later, a new Peterson travel- oven was added, as well as temperature, said ^'t^r^^^Ws^'S^zSS ·out" ' The order removes the last prl- Tal«s enterprise in the Red-ruled country. The American company had five years left of a 25-year contract with Poland and recently built a $100.000 warehouse there ! added to the fleet to make expansion expansion complete. Today, owned by H. J. Schott, son of the founders and managed by their grandson, J. H. Schott Schott's Bakery is one of the However. Lee said that Poland' Southwesfs finest bakeries. will lose more in food and relief! Tn « » rrival ln G«lveston of Hol- 'aum bread is just another step packages than she will gain revenge. H* said: in "Ninety p»r cent of the cargo Griffith said, {the progress of Schott's Bakery, over - head

Clipped from The Galveston Daily News01 Oct 1951, MonPage 5

The Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas)01 Oct 1951, MonPage 5
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