The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1940 · Page 9
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February 9, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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.)' CbURiEri NEWS' — ' ^-'-'- ~" • • • - - .1 .."••' lance New Store In Building Formerly Occupied By The Dunlap Company The 5f!ird;iiv;iy Appliance Cdm- iwiiy. vlilcli rpcci'itly moved to more spacious (luarlcra In (lie building formerly occupied by Ihc Dim- Jut) Company ai 206 \\'est Main Street, tod'iiy was formally opened for bii.slnc.ss In the new location. J. W. .Adiiiiis. manage!' of Die business, pointed out that the concern now has, improved facilities for Die inercliaiiril.slng and servicing of ils many electrical lines, and .states that greater service lo Biyllicvllle and surrounding community, will be assured. Included in the inaivy lines of nlujo'r electric appliances carried by tlie store arc: Frigidair'c Refrigerators and ranges; Frigiciairc Air Conditioners anil Room Coolers; Duo-Therm Heaters, Ranges, Water Heaters and Furnaces; ^IaytaB: and Thor Waslicrs aiid Ironers; Ele'c- Ifolux Kerosene Retrigeratofs; Zenith and IJ. C: A. Victor Radios. A large 'slock of sinall appliance.? Is nlto carried including initlonally known makes. A feature of .tlic Kardaway Appliance Company Is its record department. The large stock of Victor, Columbia .mid liltie Bird Records and Needles is displayed at the front of the building along with up-to-date lists which are kept on hand for those wishing records not carried in stock. Record Players which hrc .suitable for any radio attachment include another feature of Ihts department. Two other important, items, Mr. "Adams pointed out, were the Fairbanks-Morse Pumps, and Water Systems and the Johiis-Manvllle "Blown" Rbckwool Insulation, both lines of which are carried by the business. A complete service department is maintained for ail makes of refrigerators, radios and oil healers supervised by expert repair and service men. New High in Movie Publicity - v 'iVjy o> « ls iJ Dorolliy Lamour's press agent finds new way to eel Her picture >» the papers . . . reeding stranded wild clucks on Ice Hoes in loivci New York harbor. One ot the poor tilings, comc.s close Enough 'to Give the liclrcss tlils closeiip. New Stbri Tobacco Smoke Good Test Of Home Insulation Congratulations Htii'daway Appliance 'Company May we lake (his opportunity to exli'iid wir complim'cnts on yonr expansion. The gr'ciler facilities of your new lo- v cation should assure better business ;ihd an even greater service to the community than ever before. The Farmers Bank & T*ust tb. HLVtflEVILLE, AJKK. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY' On (lie opening of" yoilr busiitcss in its new 'location. May we extend onr Ivcarlicst wish for your continued success. Gall 676 For A\\ YoVrr Ncetls! Our Catalog Order Service brings you thousands of ilcnw nr>l carried in our slo'rc. You can h U y eafalng ilcii'is ;it lotv mitil-ordcr prices . . . no letter postage, nioiicy-nrder oi- C.0.1). lets. Von can have your gfedi; dclivcretl. WARD l«li W. Main J'honc (i7(i Diiracitfc Metal ( {_!) Made By Hydrocast Process The special casllrigs in (he. new iodei E Maytag Washer are of a new alloy, made by a new process. .Five years ago, neither the alloy or .th'c process wiis in existence. When .Maytag engineers were given tlie task of dcsioning .the Model E, they ivcre told to design (he best washer that.was mechanically possible; ,to disregard all practices pr prejudices of the past, to approach the Job with a perfectly open and free mind 'and (o use whatever methods or materials they found to be the best; to spare no reasonable cost; to use any new means tlia'l proved to be superior. Tlic new alloy,is kuosvh ns Dura- eite. and tlie parts are made by (lie Hyilrbcnsl .proecsj. '• Dtira'cHc will hot rust, is impervious to nny reaction my moisture," and .highly r'e- sis'tflnt to corrosion by, caustic alkaline solutions—even .wi'th'm'it the additional 'protection of the highly efficient Maytag finish. purncite combUfcs. many advantages. Ils tensile strength is above copper, cast aluminum, "die-cast aluminum, Ms! brass; and cast iron. and compare's favorably with raid drawn stcci: Die-cast' aluminum, which is regarded, as highly satisfactory as ii standard of-' c6inpiitl- son, .lias bnly three-fourths the (ensile of Dunicite. Of greatest i importance, nlsu, iii tlie face of ;ils high tciisilc strength, Is its tougnness—restst'cijce to crti- pacl.,.With thc exception of cold Sudeten Germans Happy In New Canadian Hoihe , Alia (UP)— Several hundred faniilies of Sudeten Ocrmans arc living qulelly northwest of Edmonton while their old homeland is involved In [he European war. . The Sudetens h'ave migrated, .to Canada witliin (he •last ,six ! moiUKs under a refugee , settlement . program drawn up afler the German aiifitxaticn of Czechoslovakia, Although they speak only G&m'aii tlie . refugees say they arc happy lo bo. in Canada. •!' EsiabliMjment of the Sudeten families on land in -western Ca"nada was su pen-is efi. and each family was given $1,500. The refugees Vapidly ads;)lcd themselves and Ehrdciis will supply them with vegetables (or the winter. Couple Uravcs'Cot'fl in Tent WILKES-BAfcRE, Pa. (UP)-Mr and Mrs. ChaVics Ktifkowski have been living in a s'inall tent since i April 1, despite the • constant icy. temperatures, explaining that they ' are "skimping- 1 0 rc ,,i a morc comfortaUe home—trt fh'c spring. drawn steel. stands at thc top of Ihc" list Vf the metals above. Auain by specific comparison, it k ill)OUt , si >; tunes tougher th'iiii die-cast aluminum. Maying engineers have (omul In Duracltc the best combinations 'ol a_ll the, qualities Hint arc needed: " " .toughness, resistance (o , .. sance o wear, hardness, mid i|iachiuc-uliil- A wisp ot tobacco s'moka blown Bcntly aeiiliist a living room Wftll Ls one of Die best pi'ncllcnl ways of .showing whether a home Is well tnsiiliiied nntl whether it is. tclnt leiilcit cflli'lchlly, j. w. A'diuus of the l|iu\lnvviiy Appliance Company, nlstilbntor In Blyth'cvllle gl Joh'ns- Mnnvliie i!6ck Wo61 Insulation, .said here loiliiy. The lest, which jmist be pci 1 - formcd in cold weather and ngnhifil im auLihlc wall and n6l u purtltlon, shows UK. leliillun bctivccn tho wall lenipt'iatiirc and the trni]>cTii!ui'c of the air in (he room. If the smoko foals quietly after, It hits the wall, evcrytliulg Is \vcll. ff it falls (iiiickly l« the floor, haw-ever, 'the wul) Is very much colder than the ulr— which, niciiiis the. honio I B jxioriy tnsiilnled aim thiU 'fu'el is behig wasted. In in'nhy cases this Vast? may be as inueli as thirty per cent. When the temperature u f the vail Is well hclow tlie le'mpeVatW ol He air ot the'room, Mr. Adams "plains, u I., „ ^,, llmt , hc wa | |s lire «oiilliHr«lly '.'kMn ti heal", lu this ciiic, Inlcrloi- iili', like the lo- uacco .smoKo In Ihc teat.. Is being wlc.il by striking ugalnsl liir male's wnlls. This cootel air fajls to the floor, Is reheated by niilln- loj-.s or oilier tyiics of furnace or stove licnt, and is then sent im to the walls (o be cooled all over When an Insulating mnlcrinl sncli as Hock Wool Is Installed in the wiills, licnl leakage Is cut down ami (he "»lr healing cycle-', t(c . i-01-dinn to Mr. Adams. Ls slowed, resiiHIng In n jjrenUy rcihiccd i'e- maiicl on (he honlij hcnthig system This decreased, dciiuuid, Johii^- Mimvlltc engineers liin-c estimated,' nuiy. nmouut to n fuel rcdiiction of cm- shovel full of cb'al bill of every lour which liitii lo.I« used bcfofc lockwl in .icjrtij, fiber 6[ Iliu rock wool/'blmiKet" which mwlilcs thb lioirto Irt cwictly (he stinio mtmiici- ns a wool bliiiikcl piolccls n lui- iVinn lielny white sleeping. Tlio air spaces ift the rock wool arc fpniicd when 1 nioltcii roek ts subjcclcil to « Jet of lilglt-iircsMire steam; Hip miillllil! iimlerlnl, B fibrous, wllltc SiibsliiiKo lescaibllnK wool, is completely flreprool, ro),proof, a'fui tins such u high hiMilutlliff btiicle'iiey Iliflt four itifhcs of It, ticcordhiB to Mr. Adniiu, Is equal to cloven feet of solid slpuo, in vjiliic, . . Read 'Coui'lcr'' News - wani ads . i'liisiiliitcd-br If to iicL-n- Is not used, then [I-1 reduction in the ahidiint of other fuel used. APPLIANCE GO, For thc.c<mliiHi<!d smites Of y'6'iir Inisint'.ss in ils new Ihcution. We appi-criaib (he ro- opcratinn extentlcd us and, nlsii, the liWiriy endorsement yon jrjyc our fuel oi], ' ivhicii we hciicve to he a Wader -in its Held. We're glad to hiivc this opportunity^ 'to oifej- our sincere 'lioft'jjrliiulalioh's. CALL 200 SINCLAIR FUEL OIL A Precision Refined Fiicl For DUO'TtiERM And Other Fuel Oil Burnerii IB. I '. ; Coininission Aycnl^, ,->-, Sinclair Refining Co. JBlythcville, Arkansas As One Kie'ctrica! Dealer To Another We Offer Congratulations <5n your new uiwi'ilii'ir, /i'li'c ai'til- <',<) ^ai'llHIi 1 * iinil iiimnwd S|i;U'l- should ii.isi'irn yi,,'j[.' |,tisliicss uf ' iv WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SrtOP 110 S». Faifrbanks-Morsfe AND WATER SYSTEMS , pw MEAMLINEO AUTOMAflt SELF-CONTAINED «' r ( s fid 01: SIZES FROM Gals. Per Hour Displacement TO Gals. Per Hour Displacement FROM --- Ask Ahout Our Convenient i'iijmfnt Pl.m HflROA WAY flPPLI ANCE CO. 3. W. Adams, with cstra.spncc for.'fro^n .'itOrngc . frt«l •eez iig EJEC-I--6-CUBE trays. . ; itw/close- '-spaccd. SANf-fJAH shelve^ . " l " v ' cl0 ''- ' TKKMS Sec 1'oiir lilcclrlcal Dealer Or Arkansas-Missouri Power Corp, £&£&& S&IVIC& ^4 '(i Electric Service J/S^--^ Ves Wo. X - FASTER X -- CLEANER X - SAFER X -- MORI ACCURATE X X x X Iho aurroundiog commuiilllia. "v" lite 1 ,1. S tc ! "? vl f lo MORE CONVENiENT MORE HEALTHFUL GREATER TIME SAVER MORE ECONOMICAL ARKAWSA&MIiSSOtJRi POWER COfcPORAflON LIVE ll«£T8ieAllV...4NI> SAVE .'

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