Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 57
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 57

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
Page 57
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OSKALOOfA 0AR.Y HOUL0 Ml WIT We're Your Partners for Greater Progress and Better Living../' :.. BLUE BLAZES, Your Hardworking Gas Servant, and REDDY KILOWATT, Your Dependable Electric Servant! Blue Blazes and Reddy Kilowatt are proud of the part they and fheir co-workers at Ipalco play in making your living better . . . your working hours easier. Each year you, our customers, increase your use of electric and gas service. Planning ahead so as to anticipte your future demands is a big part of our job. During the next year we will invest $15,000,000 dollars to keep ahead of increases in usage which the customers we serve are demanding. We will continue to build so that there is always power a'plenty . . . and sorr.e to spare in all of Ipalco-Land. industries looking for new locations will find attractive locations in your area, where gracious living is only a few minutes from the job . . . where recreational facilities of a wide variety are within easy rach. We at Ipalco are actively joining to help secure healthy industrial growth. We pledge ourselves to be ready with ample supplies of natural gas and adequate electric service as fast as the needs of this growing area demand it. We're looking forward to a bright future for Oskaloosa and Ipalco-Land! QM. W- LIVE BEmR...£/ectr/ca//y "Mother and I have more time for fun, more chance to get acquainted, now that we have all these electric servant? working for u». And, Mother has more energy too--almost as much ·s I have! Why wouldn't she--just look at all these electric servants that work for me every day: "Here's the electric range that helps Mother get rm meals ready on time, without fuss. And, our big refrigerator keeps vy milk safe, no matter how hot it is outside. The electric water heater always has hot water ready for my bath -- a ' Mother does is turn the up. Here are the automatic wash* 1 ' and dryer--for ODMOU- reasons, they're very important t« coth of us. "Then in ~-v nursery, this air co-j'tr-ier means year-round comfort... no heat rash... and a go^c r «fit's sleep. If I should wake up. it"- comforting to see the vft glow of my nite-lite. If Mother sH'-uld come in, we kno ··« v on*t stumble. Then of course there's my sun-lamp. bo*» - *armer and sterilizei all very important to us young fo'«- ^*s --I'm really living better... electrically!" NEWSPAPER! See how easily your family can LIVE BETTER...£fetf//CS//y Oef your copy of this free booklet Big 72-page book, "New Step-by-Step Ideas to Help You Lire Better... Electrically," shows you how electric appliances and equipment make living better, easier, more fun in every room of -your home. Hundreds of idea*, color illustrations, plans, new trends that make electricity more useful. Get your FREE ·opy at our nearest office FULL HOUSEPOWER « nd LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY To fully enjoy all the benefits of modern electrical living you've got to have plenty of HOUSEPOWER in your home. That means enough electrical circuits of the proper size, properly protected for safety, so that every appliance you use gets a full supply of power, regardless of how many appliances are in use. Only with full HOUSEPOWER can you fully enjoy Living Better... Electrically. Your electrical contractor will check your wiring for you and recommend a full HOUSEPOWER installation for your home. If you're an Ipalco customer, you can arrange to pay for it on your regular sendee bill ... by the month. For as little as S2 a month, you can start to enjoy electrical living... while you pay for it. Call him now. The cost can be spread over as many as 36 months. Similar loans can be arranged through your banker. _-__ THE WORD FOB Service OWA IrOWER JiND ILlGHT KWSPAPJLJR

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