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December 10, 1921 - Image 3

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UAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1091

FOR

A New Menu for Fraternities and
Sororities
Every week hereafter in this space THE MICHIGAN DAILY will
submit a new menu. If you are having difficulty making good menus
in sufficient numbers MAKE USE OF THE ONE PUBLISHED HERE
EACH WEEK.
Cut them out as they appear each week and save them, you will
find them useful.
READ THE ADS APPEARING ON THIS PAGE - YOU WILL
FIND HERE MANY VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING
YOUR TABLE.

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FRESH,

CLEAN

MEAT

CENTURY
213 N. MAIN

MARKET
PHONE 1091

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Breakfast
H Grapefruit
Cream of Wheat or
2 Shredded Wiheat Bscuits
Poached Egg on Toast
Coffee

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is in store for everyone when you serve
CREAM FRIED CAKES
BUTTER EGGS
We Wholesale to Your Door
Ann Arbor Creamery Co.
PHONE 664 123 WEST LIBERTY STREET

Dinner
Chicken Soup with N
Celery
Roast Chicken with Dressing
Escalloped Potatoes E
Apple Pie

Owing to the fact that vacation is so near The Michigan Daily
will not announce the details of its PRIZE MENU CONTEST until
after vacation. Watch the paper, it will mean money to you.
Patronize Our Advertisers. They are worthy of your business.
Say it with Flour!

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GOOD THINGS
TO EAT
.r. r-AT-.
The COLLEGE
B AKERY
GENUINE FRUIT CAKE and all kinds of
CHRISTMAS CAKES
COLLEGE BAKERY
PHONE 238 516 EAST LIBERTY

WHAT SHALL I GIVE FOR
CHRISTMAS?
Well, it depends. To many people a barrel of Mimico, Roller
King or White Loaf Flour would be more acceptable than anything
else you can give. A quarter barrel sack would be highly acceptable
in many directions or an assortment: a sack of flour, one of Graham,
one of Buckwheat Flour and one of Granulated Meal will please many
a recipient. Instead of buying some gewgaw, which may express your
sentiments alright, why not give something of which every ounce
will be useful? Every grocer in Ann Arbor will supply you with these
Ann Arbor made goods.
MICHIGAN MILLING COMPANY

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Why We Advertise?
A few days ago one of our customers asked Mr. Geisen-
dorfer this question: "Why do you advertise? You have the
largest and best equipped grocery and meat market in Ann
Arbor and every one knows it."
These are the reasons why-
We want everyone to know that we aim to give the best
in quality and service.
We want the name Weinmann-Geisendorfer to be syn-
onymous to the best in groceries and meats.

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IF YOU ARE IN NEED

We want the name of Weinmann-Geisendorfer
to your mind whenever you think of a juicy tenderloin
vegetables, a young fowl or good groceries.

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to come
or fresh

We want you to think of 1 5 0 0 when you think of
phoning an order - and we want you to-know that there are
a corps of efficient clerks ready to answer your call from one
of the three phones in our store.
eni ann - Goisondorfor
Company
The f"Quality First" Store

QUALITY AND SERVICE THIS IS
THE STORE
Choice Steer Round Steaks........21c
White House or
Chase & Sanborn Coffee ........39c
1 lb. Can Royal Baking Powder... .47c
Any Kind Campbell's Soups.......lOc
Genuine Jello, any Flavor.........lOc
LEMBLE'S FOR QUALITY

THREE PHONES
1 5 00
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