The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 2, 1940
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MONDAY, DECEMBKR 2, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE An Electrical Gift This Christmas Will Aid Her In Planning Modern Kitchen Every woman dreams of having a modern, all-electric kitchen in her homo and her reasons are sound, loo. Not only does the modern kitchen add to the appearance and value of your, home but, in addition to. saving much time and labor, is a definite asset to the health of every member Hi the family. Food cooked electrically 'is cooked perfectly; just the right amount of heat Is used thanks to automatic controls. The actual cooking time is automatically regulated in most electric appliances doing-this particular work. On the other hand, modern refrigerators keep food scientifically • cooled and sanitary. Volumes could be written about the time and labor saved through the use of electric kitchen appliances. A turn of a switch . . . the hum of a motor . . . and the work is done. Quickly, easily and perfectly. Naturally, the complete installation of a modern, electric kitchen would be costlier than most of us could afford for a Christmas gift. But.- you can start' this modern kitchen now and add to it through the year. Select the electric appliance she needs most and let it be the beginning of a modern, electric kitchen. She'll be pleased beyond words and the ease and pleasure of operation will .serve as a reminder, for years to come, of your thoughtfulness. Only 19 Shopping Days Until Christmas FROM Wade Furniture Co, EMERSON Console and Table Model RADIOS These beautiful radios, either console or table models, assure the ultimate in entertainment for years. Whether for your own home or as a gift to another, you arc .sure to '"rate high" when you give an Emerson Radio. Select any radio in our large stock and pay for it at your convenience. T here is no liner j$ift than an Emerson Radio. DO ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING ON OUR EASY CREDIT TERMS! Small Down Payment—Easy Weekly .Terms— or >/, Down— i/, Oct. 1st, 1941. SELECT FROM OUR COMPLETE LINE OF Universal Electric Appliances Coffee Makers Waffle Irons Toasters Grills Irons Roasters Hot-Point Electric Refrigerators «-* • Make This Christmas a Hapyier One Use Our Convenient Credit Terms! DE FURNITURE COMPANY •"IM-IK small kitchen has its advan- I A lages. Everything is close together, and it isn't necessary to do a lot of walking about the room to get dinner ready. ) But unless the equipment and appliances are carefully arranged, there is likely to be so much confusion that time is wasted and work takes twice as long as it should. A kitchen that is compact and convenient in every respect, yet requires very little space, may be built on the basis-of the plan which appears above. H represents a typical L-shaped kitchen, with equipment and appliances arranged along two adjoining walls. : ^The space between the disluvasher- sink and the electric range is occupied by a cabinet, on top of which is~a' work surface level with the two ap-i pliances. All the upper wall space, ex-j cept where the window over the sink! prevents, is likewise occupied by cabinets. i It is as simple as can be • to get meals in this kitchen. Every operation in preparing each meal moves, for-,, ward, from the time the food supplies are brought into the house until the meal is carried into the dining room. 1 There is ho chance for lost motion or. waste time. i Small wonder .that today's homemakers are so rapidly discovering that it is no longer necessary to. spend all their time in the kitchen — when that kitchen is well planned and electrically equipped. J. W. Bader "Pioneers" Again In Thriving Missouri Area tons per acre and other crops run tibout the same. hi addition to becoming u Irader in this Missouri section through his work in developing a new town and his modern farming methods, he is given individual credit for the REA and U'lophone service. 1 there. He hiis uhso greatly assiste in obtaining gravel roads through that section, t\long with otlun public improvements. Also from his oi'ilcc at Uiulnr- vilki. Mi\ Bndtr directs a not hot business—that of buying and st-Il Inu farm hinds—which he did li Blythcvillc before he moved lo hit. i:esv plantation. He .suid his su u;r jsmn totaled more than $100,- GCO*worth of farm property. Bern in Pemiscot county. Mo. near CimithersvlUe, Mr. Bartor was one of the earliest merchants li Blytheville, having como horo i' 12CO In addition to bring ir. th jewelry business, he also erectec approximutrly 400 feet of busino.s buildings to greatly enhanco th value of Blytheville's down towi section. His investing in modern brick structures to replace meager frame buildings was regarded as a grunt gamble in thosn days by many but his insight into the future was correct for these same buildings are yet in. the heart of the business district. His wife, Mrs. Mirlnm Under, who hns always shaird his Interest in development of a community, is greatly interested in his latest, work. Much improved in health since her return from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Md... where she underwent arthritis treatment tor several months. Mrs. Bader is assisting in the building of "Baderville" from "my house at the side of the road" ns she terms her now home in writing letters to friends in Blythcvlllo. J. W. Bader. who played an im- tial block of business .structures pcrtant role in development of after laying out- a town site. Blytheville, is again busy in a similar work. He has decided to convert a large Southeast Missouri farming tract he owns into a town and the project is rapidly materializing. At Baderville. — having named the place since he moved to his ''Missouri farm" five years ago—a wilderness has already been changed into an attractive community. Located in New Madrid county, Mr. Bader. has erected a substan- There are several general stores, a gin, a feed store, garage, barber ^hop and several other businesses. The town, is in the center of the ICOO.-acre trace fanned by Mr. Ba- cier who is also becoming widely known for his fine crops. Using modem methods in his farm program, he is specializing in fine hogs and records of his crops are enviable. Last year his cotton yielded GOO bales, corn averages from 40 to 70 bushels per acre, , alfalfa averages about four EXPRESS THE "SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS" i WITH AN ELECTRICAL GIFT FROM SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE COMPANY U2 W, Main St. Phone 155 2-Slice electric toaster with lieat indicator to make toast a.s you like it. Chromium finish, wood handles. Waffle Iron with heat indicator. Needs no greasing. Mirro-likc chrome plated finish with heat-resistant handles, with tray base. , o -^vq T^ r^»* " *• s"h-~-C *" H _ *•*: j "* M ^r : s Electric grills for table ur.c. Toasts sandwiches, pancakes. He. Chrome-plated, walnut handles,, large tray base. Electric iron , . . stanciarcl size with indicator that tcils when heat, is correct. Rust- less chromium. Inspect These and Many Other Electrical Items Included In Our Large Stock of Electric Appliances SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. PHONE 35 IT'S HERE- greatest f the season! Hog Chews Billfold And Draft Card's Lost EL.DQRA. In. <UP)— Prank Steln- fcldt, a farmer, claims he has an S8 interest in one of his neighbor's Stcinfcldt discovered he lost hh billfold. He returned home to find it chewed to pieces in the hog lot. The billfold had contained eight one-dollar bills, also Steinfeklt's draft registration card, driver's license and other papers. Read Courier,. News want ads. A BRAND NEW MODEL ... at the loivest price in history for a Frigidaire with all these features! • Super-Powered Meter- Miser • Double-Easy Quickubc Trays with Automatic Troy Release and Instant Cube Release • Double-width DcsscrtTray • Frozen Food Storage • Cold Storage Tray • Big, Sliding' HydnUor • Famous Cold Control • One-piece nil-steel cabinet • Automatic Interior Light • 5-Ycnr Protection Plan • Stmnlesu Porcelain in food compartment • F-1H Safe Refrigerant • Satin-smooth Dulux exterior finish and many others To Mark a Great Occasion Upon request, this beautiful Sterling silver gift medallion will be affixed to your Christmas Gift Frigidaire—n lasting symbol of the happiness you gave and the joy you had in, giving. There's a Frigidaire for every need and every budget—oil are selling at. tin lowest prices in history Hardaway Appliance Co. L Phone 233 206 W. Main St.,., J..W. Addms,$fanafirer the 1940? dvanced features in SHELVADOR • The FREEZORCOLD"freezes fresh meat, game, poultry, fish, and keeps it safe 'til wanted. You can. keep frozen, foods. This enables you to buy in. quantity and take advantage of special prices. Ice cream keeps for days. Cakes keep fresh Jn It, too. Its convenience permits you to add greater variety to your menus. It won't increase food costs. Steel welded cabinet Porcelain food compartment Automatic light Glass tray Evaporator door Dulux exterior finish Hermetically sealed power Backed by a 5-year warranty • Only Crosley has the Sliclvador, those:patented shelves in the door that hold the little tilings—c§gs—* .butter—cheeses—bacon-—fruits. Always in sight- easy to get at, there they arc ••'without hunting. You save space. Little things in the door leave more room, inside for bulky foods. The Shelvador - addLs convenience. AH things arc handier. Sec this feature NOW! Why buy less? Get the most fpr.your money! GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. OPPOSITE FRISCO FREIGHT DEPOT PHONE176

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