The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1940 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 16, 1940
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\ PAGE TEN BLYTHBVILLB (ARE.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1940 Electrical Gilt Affords eater Service And Measure Than Any Other People disagree upon most everything; politics; religion, the way to drive a car, and- how to bid Q bridge r hand'-, but on one subject they/ all agree . . . electrical appliances make the finest possible Christmas gifts, Perhaps- you wonder just why this is. There are so many other flne gift, suggestions, thousands of ether gilt;, ideas.. Wei),-here's the answer* » No one article- offers the time labor saving service than an electric appliance- gives every day for many years. No other gift can- accomplish as much in comparison to the cost. Think- back Just" a few yeans before trie advent of electric power. How much, more difficult cooking and- general, housework was then than* now. No vacuum cleaners, no electric ranges, no rel'rigenUors, none of- the ninny electric, appliances that icday are as common place as old dobbin was n few yfnr.s ago. Living .conditions aJi over the tvorJd were raised n.s a result. Sanitation in the home became n reality, Foods were cooked correctly and kept sanitary with the aid.of modern electric ranges and refrigerators respectively. As production of the electric appliances Increased ytar after year the prices decreased in proportion until' now you can dec- tiio appliances as low as one dcl- !nr and a few at n pric? lower stiH. But regardless- of- price, the .service rendered nnd t.he time and labor saved make electric appliances the most useful articles in the home. They serve today and next, year and many, years to follow. Truly there Js no'finer Christ- mnst gift than ; nn> electric nppli- r.nce. Men's Clothing Forecast Of Spun Glass and Milk BUFFALO, N. Y. <UP) — The -up- to-date young 1 man of tomorrow will wear, clothing spun of glass and milk, live in n, house built of crushed, cotton, and roll along safety-glass, highways on. synthetic rubber tires. These predictions are made by Hjirry, F. Manning, science , commentator. "Some day." Manning Lold members of the Buffalo Ad Club, "you gentlemen, will be wearing ties like this." He held, up a flashy red. tie, with wide gray stripes. "This one is made of casein, which is drawn from skim milk," Manning explained. With A Chinese Accent "Pin grain," produced' from the skin of voung :;eais, is the finest leather produced from the hides oi ;;eals. Reddy Kttowatf ^ HELP YOU PLAT SantaClaus Suggestions; An Klcctric R a n g e— t cocks like mugric. An Electric Water Heater— eon- it and- forget- it; An Electric Refrigerator — for automatic, absolute food- preservation. An Electric Washing Machine—pays for itself. Or.- one. of- the X'cw. Autoniad'r, Electric- Rc-Hslerjc, iin Electric, Coffee Maker, Toa.ster ; Waff|« Iron. Pcrcolatcr-' Mixer, Clock, I.E.S. or Pin- 1(- Up. Lamp, or a Nr.w Aulomalic. Electric. Iron- Give an Electrical Gifl. GIFTS rm WHOLE FAMILY WILL USE AMD APPRECIATE 365 BAYS-EVERY YEAR Visit the Electric Dealer Advertising in This Section or YOUR ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY ARKAMSAS- M-SSCURl POWER v '* *'' ^F *' -f* -' *''-' ' •'"'-' ' < With n pane] of hand-painted Chinese wallpaper, treated as :\ j.mural for the focal point' of rm.jrncresting grouping, interior designer •)A. M. Sachs-solves the "no fireplace" problem. The panel has .1 back- j'lhg of muslin, and. so is easily removable from any. wall, it can be ,;set above a buffet or.mantle the center of the"longest wall in -i .jroom where a fireplace should be, but isn't. On. the Chinese lacquer stable is an eighteenth century chien Lung- lamp in soft blue with symbols etched in white. The chair piece in this group would make an ideal gift for your own home or an.v other. True Tone NEW 194J MODELS NOW ON DISPLAY Table Lamps Favored In i Period: Styles For Gife \ When a new period in interior Idecoration comes in. every home furnishings branch immediately jmovcs into the production of new 'designs. Just now. the whole country is- talking about American JRegency, the entirely new decora- itive motif introduced in September, jit has : brought- about/ tremendous jenthusiasm, because our own Di'm- ican' Phyfe. (his country's foremost 'cabinet maker, is the inspiration :in American- Regency forms. Borrowing from the French Direc- coire. then t.he prevalent vogue in Europe, when Phyfe came to this country about 1783. he combined his adaptations with the motifs introduced by Thomas Hope, the 1 greatest-'English designer of- 1807. Thus, we have a brand new period type to challenge Colonial. French and English' 18th Century, Shera- to nand-Heppehvhite, Early American, which was revived with Wii- liamsburgh. and others. Decorators Favor Table Lamps So. when a new period co'aic-:- out. the interior decorator immediately turns to table lamps, the ideal lamp type for bringing, out the best hi n room. The decorator uses them liberally, because they ; have color and sparkle, not entirely I possessed by floor models. In chinn. pottery, porcelain, glass, wnori. metal, and other materials, inrhid- [ ins leather, rattan, etc.. these lamps comr in many shapes and i decoraTions. They nrc anywhere and compose .the bulk of lamps chosen for Christmas giving. wedding gifts and other such occasions- Designers planning for- period .settings prefer taller, table lamps than those usually prevalent, and manufacturers are now only beginning to respond to the demand. Tent will Iuid i«.\ the American 'rt.tgem.-y settings in your favorite department, .store or lamp shop, tan-column.'fluted or rccdod table lamps. living a gift? You ._ must not cvenook table lamps. One cannot nave loo many, and what, family nas 100 many lamps, particularly newlywcd.s? its .smart io give table lamps hi period design, more so than ever before, what wk-h the advent, of the intriguing American' Regency. CUci"tir;;y Scores A pa in TULS.A. Okln. <l/Pi—ciicimirpy added anolhcr product to its long list of usable materials obtained from waste or .surplus farm and derivatives. The latest, according (o Dr. [farold'A. Levey, New Orleans consulting engineer, is a transparent, antiseptic adhesive tape made from common starch under water, and coated with curative chemicals. In 1-Uh century France, butchers wero forbiddm by ia\v to sell meat by ranrUo)it:)i(. or lamplight. Electrical Gifis at. GiFT PRISES Sclcrl Your (Jiffs !•;<•» rly and Avoid (he Ibi.^h! WAFFLE {RON C'risj). t>olden-brown wafl'irs ;mri boy. what, a taste thrill. A i-iti. anynr will TOASTER .Jijsl.. u jirr^r; of .! :;\vil.rli :SIK« U;y*i For ijrr;tkf;i;.! i:; nuuK". Fast :tiul. jlkst !ikp it,. SANDWICH GRILL For a quick job i here's nothing like this. sandwicli qrill A utility appliance thai dot-.s many jobs. ELECTRIC SiOP UO So. 2nd, Plionc 311 1Mb del 7s557 Stop-inJoday for your copy. This book "fells oil," explains why the Zenith Radiorgan gives you the utmost in listening pleasure It's free get your copy now! • . w 7S558, one of :fhe many new 1941 models on display, has the famous Radiorgan, guaranteed foreign reception, concert grand speaker, Rotor VYavemagnet and many other "year ahead" features 206 W. Main St. Phone 2.T.! IT'S HERE! IT'S NEW! It's the greatest gift value of the season! 6.1euft * A BRAND NEW MODEL ..-a/ the loivest price in history for a Frigidaire"witli all these features! • Super-Powered Meter- Miser • Double-Easy Quickubc Trays with Automatic Tray Release and Instant Cube Release • Double- width DessertTray • Frozen Food Storage • Cold Storage Tray • Big, Sliding Hydrator • Famous Cold Control • One-piece all-steel cabinet • Automatic Interior Light • 5-Ycar Protection Plan • Stainless Porcelain in food compartment • F-l 14 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 Frigidairc—a la$tine symbol of the happiness you•gave and - the joy you had in giving. Thwo's a Frigidaire for eveiy need and every budget—all are selling at the lowest prices in history •Phone-233- 206:W.MainSt ppliance db A. /. W. Adams, Manager

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