The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1953 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 29, 1953
Page 17
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FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1953 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE I New Frigidaire Dryer Uses Low Voltage And Requires No Venting to Outside DAYTON, Ohio — A low voltage' plug-In version of Frlgidaire's revolutionary Filtramatic electric clothes dryer which requires no outside vents to solve the problem ot excess moisture and lint In the house, is announced by Prigldaire Division of General Motors. The new nitre-malic electric dryer will operate on a conventional 120-volt 20 Ampere appliance circuit, and will not require the ad- tflkonal expense of 230-volt wiring to bring the advantage? of automatic electric, clothes drying to the great mass of homemakers across the nation. Because the new model required no outside vents or plumbing and can be plugged into conventional 20 Amp. electric appliance outlet, It provides Increased flexibility of installation. For all practical purposes this new dryer cun be installed quickly and easily in many locations in the household and it can be moved about as required. Like Frigidaire's 230-volt Filtra- matic dryer, this new model solves the problem of lint and moisture in the air coming from the dryer, eliminating hot, humid room at- mo5ohere, steamy windows and condensation ol the walls anl furnishings. It is smartly styled to serve • as a companion piece to the Frig- K Itaire ultra-modern automatic elec- • trie clothes washer H One of the outstanding features of the new Filtra-matic electric dryers is a new exclusive Filtrator in the bottom of the cabinet. Fresh rooom air continually flows over tbe Filtrator's condenser-like tubes lining them cooler than the air Kim ing from- the revolving clothes drum. As lint-laden, moist air passes the Filtrator tubes, lint is tranoed as the moisture condenses. This moisture drains into a rust proof porcelain tray below. A connection is provided so that a flexible tube c?n carry the water to a floor drain. if there is one nearby. Or, the water can be emptied by simply removing the tray. =mnrtly styled in gleaming white and chromium, this new dryer has a one-piece top and back panel The cabinet and revolving clothes dram are finished with Frigidaire Lifetime Porcelain. The back panel con- t-'is the timing and heat controls. The exclusive Dry-O-Matic Timer CPI be set to shut off the dryer idiomatically when the clothes are dry. A switch next to the timer operates the interior light, and a signal-light on the panel glows wh°n the dryer is operating or when in- j terior light is on. A variable Heat Control is located on the left side of the back panel and is marked for medium, high and low drying temperatures, as well as for fabric classifications to eliminate guesswork in determining proper temper- at"re settings. The door and loading port are designed so that a clothes basket cnn be placed riirectiy below. The door swings open a full 180 degrees f$r> oermit loading or unloading from either side. The loading port has smooth rounded corners finished in porcelain to prevent snagging or catching clothes. Tlie porcelain-finished revolving drum permits clothes to tumble about freely while the drying operation is in progress. Frigidaire Radiantube sealed heating units are used for maximum effectivness and safety. An ozone lamp In the drum helps keep the clothes "sunshine fresh." Thick glass wool Insulation on all sides keeps the heat inside. Overall dimensions of the new model are: Width, 30 inches; depth, 26U inches; height at back, 41 inches and height of table-top surface, 38 Inches. Winter Winds Spurred Idea /or Dryers One source gives the credit for Invention of the forerunner of the modern automatic dryer to a Icy winter winds that nibbled at North Dakota farm boy—and the his fingers whenever he had to help hang out the washing around, the turn of the century. The boy was J. Ross Moore, father of the necessity-mothered automatic dryer. Not until around 1920 did he get. started on his boyhood idea that J there ought to be a better way and a warmer way of drying clothes. After countless experiments he finally developed a cabinet type dryer, crude, it Is true, but one that did the work. In' his__ cabinet type dryer the clothes were hung on rods and dried by radiant heat effects and by warm air from heating units underneath. In some early models the heat was from a wood or coal fire in cham- pers under the cabinet. Gas fires were used, too. But this bulky space consuming unit^which required work in hang- j Ing the clothes on the rods—was su- ' perceded by the now more popular tumble type dryer. The common feature is a barrel shaped chamber which rotates, tumbling the clothes over and over through warm air, heated by gas or electricity. The modern tumble dryer is fast — around 30 minutes compared with up to two hours In the old cabinet models — and one .load can often be dried while a second load is being washed. Tills makes wash day almost an assembly line operation. Record Catch YUBA CITY. Calif. MIJ-.A 19 pound 33 'i-lnch catfish wfis the largest ever caught hereabouts. Flihman L. A. Sprad of Wheatland got the woppcr with Louisiana shrimp for bait while fishing from the bank of Sutler bypass. NEW FRIGIDAIRE WASHER — The beautiful Frigidaire Automatic Washer is porcelain finished inside and out. The Select- O.Dial timer not only controls normal wa,ih- Ing time, but shorter or longer periods; and' automatic signal lights'tells when washer is operatlng; ! a pulsator affording "Live-Water" washing action, and a single porcelain-finished tub with a spinning action of 1,140 revolutions per minute. The rubber pulsator prevents jamming of small articles or toys accidentally left in clothing. The cap for the soap dispenser is made of durable, flexible rubber and incorporates a measuring cup for soap. HOTPOINT AUTOMATIC WASHER — Free yourself from the tiring, time-consuming tasks of washday with a Hotpoint Automatic Washer. Be free to do what you want and go where you want, instead of spending long hours rinsing, wringing and lifting. Just load it, set it and forget it — the Hotpoint Automatic Washer washes your clothes, rinses them, spin-drys them and then shuts off automatically. Cut your washday work to just a few minutes a week — see the Hotpoint Automatic Washer today. First Laundry Equipment Was Rock, Nearby River and Lots of Energy History .doesn't show the date [nibbing on rocks—Is still used in ick in the ancient past when man some parts of the world even tho ba. . . .. . first decided to come clean and practice the arts of home launlry. But the pages are crowded with the milestones along today's modern the way to Probably the first step came when the cave man discovered it wasn't necessary to discard his dirty, bias- cut tlcer skin suit. Soaking in a river and a little pounding with a rock made it us good as new. This same primitive method—us- NOW! EXCL USIVEL Y AT WADE FURNITURE CO. ('-•'•••• -'-, • ] "- ""'Two Washers in One! Meuf '953 WofbwVt ^ i^^^lBiT— T AUTOMATIC "I con Instantly set It to woth ^ regular fabrics or the d«f!cat« NEW WOND-R-DIAL nvo-cmf CONTROL • Jtist a touch of the famous Wond-R-Dial control and your Hotpoint handles the average week's wash (including heavily soiled work clothes) ... or, you can instantly set it to wash safely the most delicate modern fabrics. Each cycle washes,, jpin-driej automatically I • New Self-Cleaning Sediment Ejector • Sanitary Solid-Wall Spin Tub • Counterflo Water Action • Deep Overflow Rin«» r e lighted Back Panel • Improved Fluid Drive • No Bolting te Floor «Save< Hot Water and Soap WADE let l/J Demonstratt It For You! New 1953 Hotpoint 2-Cycle Automatic Washer can be yours for as little as 12* Month 'Tfit tolid-woll Job ka«pi itieff elfton .,, iav«i me th* job cf having to wath fht washirl" Furniture Co. "Trade with Wade and Save" action." They tied the clothes in a bundle and dragged them behind a boat. oped by Indians who rubbed a DEXTER DE LUXE WASHERS — Time-defying construction, convenience beyond belief, superb Meaning qualities, all are combined in this beautiful top model Dexter single tub washer. Its latest model Flex-O-Matic damp drier is really a marvel . . its high wing French, type Corro-Vane agitator washes soiled clothes magic-quick by th« Dexter triple-action washing system. It has the famous Super-Century Dexter mechanism with every part built to airplane accuracy and forced feed lubrication Insures continuous oiling and lifetime jervici. cloth has replaced skin. Next step may have been the discovery that the rough bark of a tree trunk furnished a good washboard. Primitives in the East early discov- w.uu&i.u «».i- .-«..*.... — .- — — ered the principle of "live water vicinity of the home rather than o/.f(nn " TVirtTr HnH fho Mnlhnc tn Q nn a SnmpHmpS distant Creek bank. help cleaning. Use of cold water, which doesn't have the solvent power of hot water, was a trademark of these primitive methods. Learning to use hot water was a major step forward. There is no available information on the genius who invented the washboard, which together with pots and kettles for heating water brought the laundry at least to the on a sometimes distant creek bank. American inventiveness is generally credited with the first attempts In South America, tl Is believed, to turn the washboard principle Inthe first use of "soap" was devcl- to a machine. A Yankee brain came . up with the first washer shortly af- mis same primitive nieLnoo—us- upeu uy ^numna »vnu luui/i." <* "|j ..."•• -••- •• ing cold water and pounding with or I "soap weed" on their garments toter the Revolutionary War. Religious Theatre Meeting Is Set BRUSSELS W)—An international Congress of Religious Theatres will be held In Bruges (Belgium) oe- tween Aug. 12 and 17. Religious theatre groups from France, Switzerland, and Belgium will take part in the Congress which will include talks, seminaries, carillon concerts by the Belgian organist Staf Nees, museum visits and an exhibition of document* relating to the activities of the Christian theatre during the last decadM. Don't haul, hang and pin! take the next step to a modern laundry • * * get an automatic Gas clothes dryer! SAVE SPACE. A whole new work or play area opens up in your home when you get an automatic Gas clothes dryer. SAVE WORK. Why haul, hang and pin when you can loss the clothes in Ihe Ga.i dryer fast as Ihcy come from the washer? SAVE TIME. No wailing, no warm-up, with Gas. It's so fast, clothes dry in minutes—my lime-rain or shine, day or night. And you cul down on ironing time-clothes come out amazingly wrinkle-free. SAVE YOUR CLOTHES. No more sun- fading or clothes-pin rips. The Gas dryer' gently tumble-tosses the clothes to damp- dry or storage-dry automatically. SAVE MONEY. Because you can wash and dry any time so quickly and conveniently, you need fewer linens, fewer sheets, fewer towels, fewer children's dothcs-ta of almost everything. And a Gas dryer is not only twice as economical per load, but it costs far less to install! VISIT YOUR friendly Natural Ga« appliance dealer today for a demonstration of the new fully automatic Gas Clothes Dryer. Remember—Natural Gas Is naturally better. clothes so fast- costs so little to run! Ark-Mo Power Co. We'll gladly finance your NaUral GM Inilallallon—let yon repay us on low monthly Installments. 12 to 3« monlhi to pay. Save money by in.UUIni Natural O»s diirlnK nooil weather—dive your lawn » chance to jet back in shape before wet winter wenther Mti In.

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