1919-09-10 Koch, Mrs. Geo

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1919-09-10 Koch, Mrs. Geo - nrton. private Wash-(ngion Wash-(ngion copy....
nrton. private Wash-(ngion Wash-(ngion copy. Hermlna after year. at.. 2:30 Women Plan Sales of Flour; Motor Corps To Deliver Food Modern. ('.. so 3095. t'linoeL CO. FonrtR I'AHK. KOR. Anta Iia. CO. Ctwpela 48a, enb-urbo. enb-urbo. atatea. Mk SON, 4J. Community buying of flour and Its sal in sack containing 48 pounds each, at a price which, it I said, would average 88 cents less than that prevailing prevailing In Cincinnati markets, were discussed discussed yesterday by members of the Food and XIarketa Committee, Woman's City Club, and women's organisations at the Woman's City Club. The meeting meeting had been called ao conalder the advisability advisability of opening fond -buying -buying centers centers In Cincinnati, where materiala may be bought at cost. Members agreed to require a deposit of a sum equal to one half of the price of the order from the consumer In advance. advance. The purchase of a carload nf flour from a Minneapolis mill is under con- con- ' sideration by Uio women. Before making making purchases tests are to be made of various brands of flour this week at the tearoom conduotod at the Woman's City Club. The flour must serve equal ly well as a foundation for bread as for pantry, the women said. The price quoted by the company la 81 82 for a forty-eight-pound forty-eight-pound forty-eight-pound forty-eight-pound forty-eight-pound sack. The Woman's Motor Corps. National league for Women's Service will undertake undertake to transport food products in Cincinnati, it was said yesterday. Bales of the flour at voting booths In various precincts, which might be converted converted Into food buying centers, also was suggested Alke Richards, of the Associated CliantleH. said there probably would be a demand for the flour in the districts districts supervised by the organisation. Representatives of districts or organlta. Hons present were Instructed by Miss Martha Jonae. who presided, to solicit orueis 111 tneir msiricis. jneee oniciit ar to he roportud directly to Councl man A. I. Murdock. who has appointed a Oltlsena Committee, consisting of W. A Julian. Mrs. Uuy W. Malion. Alfred M. Cohen anil James Albert Green, that 1 to have charge of the buying centers The sale of Hour, If successful, it was said, will bo followed by that of potatoes end oihur products. The women also have under .-onsideration .-onsideration .-onsideration a plan to buy blan keta from th Government for a similar purpose. The women present Included Miss Martha Junes. Mrs. George W. Koch Mrs. W. U Turner, Food and Markets Commlttoe, Woman's City Club; Mrs Iewls W Perkins, department of home economics, Cincinnati Woman's Club; Mrs. Charles B. Hi IT. Federated Mothers' Clubs: Miss Alice Richard, Associated Charities: Mra. Elisabeth Scbmltx. City Waste Committee. Woman's City Club; MJss Mary Prlc Corre, Civic Director, woman' City Club; Mr. Lonard W. Garner, Unwood Mothers' Club; Miss L. G. Gibson and Mrs. Q. F. Mansell. tail all two Pink Plums, White Beets,

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer10 Sep 1919, WedPage 7

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)10 Sep 1919, WedPage 7
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