The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1939 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Wednesday, June 7, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1939 A Simple Problem With These Modern Cooling Appliances * - *• - MM« MM -' • • _,. '__'''•. Don't Let The Temperature Get Your Temper Hot weather doesn't seem to worry Reddy Kilowatt at all. In the summer he is at his best. The hotter it gets, the harder he works- keeping food safe and fit to eat—operating Fans—Attic Ventilators —Air Conditioners—all to keep us cool—Doing the cooking and heating water in less time with less heat, dirt and fuss. Quite contrary to the present day theory of shorter hours and more pay, Reddy says—"The More I Work The Less You Pay." If you are already using the first and second steps of your rate, all additional electricity used would cost you only two or three cents per kilowatt hour. Come in or call our office and let us tell you how little it costs for "Reddy" to help you— "BEAT THE HEAT" KEEP COOL WITH MADE-TO-ORDER Breezes! A gentle zephyr or a raging tornado can be yours at the flick of a switch! Baby in his play pen, Dad resting in the evening, the afternoon bridge players, or the man of the house at his office—they all find that fans keep them in condition to enjoy summer! > , Put A Fan In Every Room COOLING BREEZES FOR THR ,WHOI,E FAMILY! Listen, folks, I just cnn't fake i[ like you grown ups. This terrible summer heal causes me lo break out with heal rash and 1 don't like it a hit. I'm taking this opportunity to speak my mind, anil tell you that all babies will be healthier and of better disposition if yoii keep their food fresh and their homes cool." Doctors agree (hat the healthiest condition in which to live is a normal, even temperature wilh controlled humidity. This is especially true in regard to babies. They arc weak and delicate little beings and need all the protection and comfort \ve.can give them. Sleep Is Very Essential To The Health Oi All Children. A Cool Bedroom Assures Them Of Healthful Sleep. A Picture Of Cool Comfort . fWrfrt/ Anu f Dad'Scanning the sport page .... Mother reading society Jack and Jill laughing over the funnies .... BOY! .... What aj)icture You can see cool comfort in the very relaxation of their bodjes. How crisp and neat their clothes look, not damp and chngmg, wrinkled and. stained, but new-like, fresh and comfortable. ALL THIS POSSIBLE WITH Modern AIR-CONDITIONING HOME UNITS You owe it (o yourself and family to see one of these modern Air-Conditioning Home Units tomorrow. No laborious installation; just plug into (he wall socket and set for temperature desired. These units are really beautiful in design and add to the beauty of your home. Various sizes assure full convenience regardless of size of room. an .You would be surprised to kno\v what an important part food plays relative to your health and comfort in the torrid summer. Spoiled foods cause more misery •, discomfort and expense than the torrid heat itself. Foods must be kept at just the right temperature to avoid contamination and resultant illness. Food kept cool, crisp and moist is naturally healthier and more appetizing. The Electric Refrigerator makes it 'possible for all to enjoy perfect meals this summer. YOU OWE IT TO YOUR FAMILY Cooking - ELECTRIC - Water Heating IS COOL- ECONOMICAL - SAFE One is inclined lo think of cooking and heating of water as being two very uncomfortable jobs during the summer and they would [ )c but for Reddy Kilowatt. Not only does cooking and heating of water electrically leave the house cool but it dous the work more efficiently and provides the housewife more hours of leisure. See Your Local Electric Appliance Dealer Or The ANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CORP, "Dependable Low-Cost Electric Service"

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