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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1922
The Home of "Frozen Gold
(Trade- Mark Registered)
This is the plant which won Two Grand Championships, Seven First Prizes, One
Third and One Fourth Prize at the Missouri State Fair, 1921-1922,
for the Excellence of its Products.
The use of these kind of products in the manufacture of
"Frozen Gold" is what makes it the popular Ice Cream.
The following Columbia Fountains and Ice Cream Dispensers are judges of Quality
and they know what the public wants. They sell "Frozen Gold" Ice Cream.
Kolumbia Kandy Kitchen
Daniel Boone Tavern
Peck Drug Co.
Columbia Bottling Works
The Best Prize of All
"Frozen Gold" has won a place in the hearts of Columbians.
The mothers appreciate it because of the sanitary methods of its produc
tion and the kiddies just naturally know it is the best Ice Cream they
can buy, Make the evening meal complete with an order of
White Eagle Dairy Company