Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 14
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 14

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f c )F TODAY I, C. ROYM8, 1 CoftMipotldent. 1*30, by Altoona Mirror.) D. C.. June 6.— Btnent And private statlsliciana ftOw calibrating- their trade ba- *rs. When an aviator claims an [tilde record, goes hiph nloft and __nds, the pxact record of the ..Jtormanee is not established until h» barographs carried are tested for _,j«iracy. That is just what is being |<sne now, following the tip and down jourses of commerce and industry. .. i The automobile business has been S^Effardcd as a remarkably accurate jjtodtentor of conditions throughout in- Mustry and trade in general, for it •Absorbs a vast quantity of raw and «%Wni-nnished materials. The auto- Sftioblle industry is now sailing along ««n an even keel. It is healthy, with Irtroductlon well-balanced against de- *fliand,' and with activity at such a *Wtch that it can be said to be close to *a normal basis for this time of year. 5, This Is the first time that it has been Stossible to measure the influence of «£h« automobile industry on other in- ] •flustries, which at the present moment j 4«nd for months back have not been ( **ormal or near that singe. That is j *%hat the government specialists are i ^Studying. Automobile factories absorb 26ig quantities of non-ferrous metnls. I JlThe non-ferrous metals are In tho grip Tif depression. The pull of the auto- ipiqbile industry to lift the copper, lead •mnd zinc producers out of the ditch is •(Bow being measured. *•* To a somewhat lesser degree, the *«lectrical equipment manufacturing in- **JUatry is potent for prosperity to JSthers. It also uses large quantities ;Tof raw materials, and it is today in Jjin enviable condition of prosperity. —^Similar conclusions might be stated •,,tvlth regard to the agricultural equip- *«nent industry and to the machinery •^manufacturers. The lift which these | "Nndustries can give the depressed in- 6ustries, 13 of great importance. *^ The textile industries are also being "[watched .closely. Government officials 5n some cases feel that the textile •industries have shown remarkable im, *j»rovement. The price levels of cotton, *ft-ool and silk now are low. What will *Mie Improvements in textiles mean to t e cotton planters, the sill; growers id importers, the rayon makers and e wool growers? What will the improvement mean to the hundreds of «thousands of operatives engaged in •making textiles? For the first time *this may be known within the next six fttbeeks. *£ Two barometers always believed re""liable are being ignored for the ; mo- *^ient by govenrment investigators/ One steel, and the other is construction. —H fficials here are in doubt as to ^whether present conditions in steel are •rjiot unduly expanded by promised *building operations and by the sudden •Unexpected demand for gas pipe. As •'(o construction, they will wait to see *Jyhether the big programs promised ^.re going to be fully carried out. The .time element in construction is a one. A salad that's "different" —spicy, stuffed dill pickles A little ripple .of delighted surprise is apt to greet this salad. It's so very unusual, so attractive in its green crispness. And how refreshing the spicy, tart dill pickles are! What an edge they give to the pleasant blandness of chopped celery and cabbage. Crisp—firm—spicy—delectable! Libby's Dill Pickles! Crisp and firm because the cucumbers are salted down Stuffed Dill Piokle Salid 6 Libty's Dill Pickles 'A cup chopped celery 1 cup finely shredded cabbage 2 tbsps. chopped green pepper }{ cup mayonnaise Head Lettuce Cut Pickles in halflengthwise and scoop out centers. Mix celery, cabbage, green pepper, and mayonnaise together. Add Pickle centers, finely chopped. Fill Pickle halves with salad and arrange two on a bed of shredded lettuce for each serving. (Serves six) within a few hours of gathering. Deliciously flavored because only fine vinegar, special dill weed and the daintiest spices are used. Order a can. of Libby's Dill Pickles from your grocer today and try them. They are delightful either served alone or combined with other foods t as in the sala4 described here. , Libby, M9Neill & Libby, Chicago PICKLES BOTTLED CANNED BULK Sweet Pickles Sweet Mixed Pickles Sweet Relish Sweet Mustard Pickles Sour Pickles Homemade Style Pickles Dill Pickles Chow Chow Pickles Sour Mixed Pickles Hn *t laste the country flavor in SUPER-PASTEURIZED •r Cl over bl oom Butt er — freah as the fragrance of flowers and the same good taste always. Every drop of cream is super- pasteurized to assure your satisfaction. Four quarter-pound sections in each sanitary Cloverbloom carton — easy to cut for individual servings. At your dealer's. ARMOUR AND COMPANY, Chicago. We poiitively guarantee that every drop of cream — with* out exception — uied in Ctoverbloom Butter it R-PASTEURIZED They like the Armour Radio Program — so will you "Etery number in your program it a hit ititli ui." — R. M., Warren, Pa. "/ haten't mined cm Armour program since you tlarted broadcatting." —B. R. W., Pueblo, Colorado. "4 group of eleven people at our houie latt night toted your program the bett of the evening." — C. C. L., 1'buenix, Arizona. "The Armour Hour ntakei radio worth uhile." — W. I. C., Evaueton, 111. Tune-in the ARMOUR HOUR FRIDAY NIGHT From 8.30 til! 9 i * ••/ > QUALITY FOOD Penn-Alto Peanut Butter lb. - 2O* Peanut Butter Kisses 2 " 13 GOOD VALUES for SATURDAY MONDAY and TUESDAY Chickens PRIME RIB ROAST lb. Cut from Selected Native Steers Home Dnessed Fully Drawn Veal«— Roast.. lb. 27c. Beef * 25c Cut from Milk Fed Calves 'Fresh Ground While You Wait HAM, Mink's honey skinned H). 31c BaCOD cZ 29d* Smoked. 8 to 12 lb. Average Light and Lean BACON SQUARES lb. 18c Cook With Beans Penn Alto Nut Loaf, tf lb., 24c American Lunch Meat, % lb., 23e Kraft's, Swiss and Pimento Cheese, Pkg., 15c Penn Alto BREAD 3 Look for Free Triwheeler Coupon Coffee Shaffer's Special A Blend You Will Like Penn Alto Coffee A Rich Blend | i Milk, Eagle Brand i A lb. 25c lb. 29c Can 19c , Shaffer-Stores Co. The Best In Altoona 43c '*• Cottage Grove Butter 41 c * KRAFT CHOCOLATE L Avon to MAUTED MI Kraft Chocolate Malted Milk SEARCHLIGHT MATCHES 6 - 19c The Match That Never Fails Red Seal Lye Alco Oleo . . . . lb. 21 c Honey Gold Oleo . . lb. 25c n Cake Flour Pkg. 29c PURE IARD 2"- 25c] T Open Kettle Rendered Octagon Soap J E L L - O All Flavors 3 Pkg.. A Delicious Hot Weather Dessert Penn-Alto POP .... 6 Bottles 25c Pillsbury Wheat Bran . . 10 oz. 12c 5 America's Best Laundry Soap for All Purposes Special Large Cakes Certo For Making Jelly and Jam Saves Sugar and Fruit Fancy California Healthful and Delicious Food NEW POTATOES N °-' 7 l /2 '*•• 33c Fancy California JUMBO LOPES ... Large Messina Lemons, 6 for 25c Fig Bars TEXAS ONIONS y 13 Good for Lunch 2 Ibs. Home Grown Strawberries—Oranges—Peppers Celery—Lettuce—Tomatoes New Cabbage—Cucumbers—Bunch Carrots x i i i ! ! i i i i i <«^ A ^ /s w s/ ** ^* ^* I i APRICOTS 2 38c i i j j

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