The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1946 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 2, 1946
Page 14
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:TAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Proud To Show Building - t»6ud of their new home than the : H*H'« Bikery penannel who «e*r ;tKAmlnc smiles u they dlsplty .their new home to ewly visitors. >; With L. S. Hvt»og owner tnd -operator •/ the firm, Leon McG»r- . '.Hty is the sales manager. „ His hr/i e originally In Blythe-ville, Vr. McG»rrlty CUM back /here last July from Detroit where • 'employed and prior to that time .wis employed it Ste«le, Mo., from , 1937 to 1941. :•;• With the Important jtib of g«t- : ting (he products sold »nd deliver, ed, Mr. McOarrity is i busy m»n these days for he &lso sees that -.'everything Is miming smoothly nhen Mr. Harttog It out of town. • Mr. and Mr«. McGirrity «nd . his mother, Mrs. Susan MeGarrity. make their home at 1TOB Hearn. Eai-l Williams Is Production Superintendent, which means he looks after all production, which lie plans. .,: Hesldent of Kythevllle X years "off- and on." he has been In the bakery business 17 years. Mr. and Mis Williams and their . daughters, Mary Louise, seven and Patty Jean, 14 months old, make their home at 125 East Ash. Tolly Delaney, , *ho is in charge .' of the night cake-making shift, also Is flr$t bnker under Mr. Williams. • "Outside" salesmen for .the -wholesale ' -deliveries are Walter ' Wtfddy. Acic Prlchard. O. D. Buf- . fington nn<t Mack McOlamery. Saleswomen in the retail store here ar c Sue Collins and SH; White. Assistants are Dorothy Con". ley. and Betty- Atkins who work after school and on Saturday. •; Mary Barch is stenographer. Oth" . ^r [employes are Wllma Teclford, . Helen Criner, Allean Copelaud, Lotetta Byers, Lorene Thomas, Herman Hughes, Howard GilU&ni, J. ' p.; Kirkland. . , . Murray Moore, a Ne;;o emplos-e, •has beer/ with Mr. Hurt 17 yenrs, ,.; coming with him to Blythevllle from ." Alabama, other Negro men cin- i ployes are Tom Taylor, Henry Taylor. Joe Smith. Ernest Crawford, ;. ( Fraiik Moore, James Joe, Levy Bryant, Robert Roy Sanders and Jessie Murray. ' Numerous Products To Bs Offered Public i Products of Hart's Bakery will b« as iu t>» past with special items, curtailed or eliminated because of the war, to be added as quickly as possible. : With white bread, made In regular and sandwich loaves, the Number On c product, there also are loaves of French bread, rolls, cakes, pies, doughnuts, cookies, aud sweet TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 19.4J From these glowing' cloctrlr ovens comes the many delicious foods which huvc made the name of Mart's synonymous with the best in bnkery products. Here expert bakers lake pride in pulling Ihc finlshin K touches to their work. Temperatures are automatically controlled Insuring perfect results at every baking. ' rolls now being produced regularly. A special feature is tlic pinty food Items which include large and Individual cakes especially decorated for all occasions, and products being made again include individual pulfed pastries, or "pastry shells." French pastries will be made again soon. are carefully placed In Ihc room having Jin even temperature. In this way the wax. which helps lo keep the bread fresh, is kept In perfect condition. Waxed Bread Wrappers Kept In Special Room' That waxed paper used on Ilnrt';; bread and other products Is kept in a special insulated room so'Hint the wax in llie paper can be preserved. Purchased in larfje quantities, the rolls of attractively decorated i paper with 'lie hcml-shapcd design Payroll Of Bakery $30)000 Last Year |I lull's Bakery has become an hnporlitnt business in Blythevllle with its payroll In 194S totaling ap- | Uroxinwlcly $30,000 for its 31 ciu- t ploys. ^ . . " ' j In addition to providing n substantial payroll for employes, the business constonlly is milking Improvements, adding-equipment anil I purchasing other items which put more and more money Into circulation. Name Of Owner Provided Idea For Trademark The name "Hart's." used for piod- ucts manufactured by this bakery Is derived from the name of tin: owner. L. S. Hnrtzog. who conceived the idea of the hrarl-.shiipcd emblem from the first hall of his name. . The firm's new advertising trademark was obtained from a photograph of a loaf of Hart's bread. Us wrapper partially torn off to show the smooth texture of (he bread. evenly sliced. This-photograph has been reproduced in signs alongside the build- Ing, on the trucks and in newspaper advertising. Sour Milk Easy From Sweet'Milk WASHINGTON (UP)—What do you do if the recip e calls for sour milk and (here just isn't any available? The Agriculture Department's bureau of home economics offered this suggestion to housewives such a predicament: Use sweet milk, adding one tablespoon of lemon juice or vinegar To:- each cup. stir and let stand for about half an tiour. The result, the bureau said. Is rt "sood'- substitute for sour milk Read Courier Mews Want Ads. COMPLIMENTS TO HART'S BAKERY Mayer Myers Paper Co. 6 West Calhoun Street v_Jif^1! MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE /"""• 'A Complete Paper Service' CONGRA TULA TIONS. .. To All of You PEOPLE Served by HART'S BAKERY f, Whose Patronage Has Made This New Modern Bakery Possible : . . To the BAKERS of HARTS BAKERY PRODUCTS whose Energy, Foresight an'd High Development of Bakincj Skill Erected One of the South's Finest an'd Most Modern Bakeries ::. Again, CONGRATULATIONS!

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