The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1955 · Page 22
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 22

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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! FRIDAY, APRIL 2», 1958. CUSTOMUNE lUil'lllGEKATOK FRKEZER introduced by Holpolnt Kjr IOS6 Golden Annlver- «sry can be recessed in any kitchen wnll space. Two separate doors finished In brushed satin chrome' match undercotinter dishwasher, built-in range units, and electric wall ovens now produced by company for "custom" kltehcns. Top refrigerator door seals 91-pouml vrvic [ood tree&cr (.hut maintains zero temperature tor .sale. Ions-term storage of food. Fresh food compartment has roll- nut shelves, automatic defrost system, sliding Ircsli meat drawer, twin vegetable crispers and split shelf for large food Items. Use-value features built Into door Include removable egg rack, aluminum foil or waxed paper dispenser, butter bin, two cheese keepers, door shelves and fresh fruit rack at bottom. Exterior of new Hotpoint refrigerator has style accents of spice gold. Fresh food compartment finished In pastel blue porcelain. r«//the Dog AKRON. Ohio l<fl — Police Set. Michael Yarchcck, after a small dachshund dog approached him tronl the rear, wrole this report In the police log: "I noticed later there were «lx teeth boles in the back of my leg. The owner Insists her dog never bites anybody. I think she forgot to tell that to the dog." The Executive Mansion Is the olilcial name ot the White House. Mtefyottiti SUPER-STOR REFRIGERATOR NEW 1955 VALUE ONLY 95 ALL NEW for 1955! Golden Anniversaty Styling to m.uch the most deluxe models.. . vet with a wonderful new budget price Takes a minimum of floor space yet give's you almost M sq. ft. 0 food stor.ice! Come in today. Tall-Bottle Zone . . . extra for quarts and large items! PORCELAIN-FINISH Safety Stop on doot . . . keeps from opening too fir! ALL-PORCELAIN AUTOMATIC — clothes washer produced by Hotpoint In Golden Anniversary year Is first washer aver Introduced with lighted pushbutton controls and separate washing cycles for all types ot fabrics Fully automatic machine lets homeniaker select hot. warm or cold wash or rinse water by simply pressing a button. Two-cycle contril dial runs washer through wash, rinse and spindry cycles for both lull and water-saving partial loads of normal or delicate fabrics. In contrast to some automatic washers that must be "let alone" after starting, new Hotpoint washer can be made to skip or repeat any uiirt of cither cycle. User simply turns control dial right or left and machine automatically starts new operation. In addition to durable porcelain finish inside and out. new deluxe washer <LK-2> has lubber-finned agitator that gives improved washing action lor all fabrics Overflow rinse washes soil up -ind away from clean clothes instead of straining back through clothes to drain. One- piece welded steel cabinet is an advanced design developed by^ Hotpoint to increase life of washer. Matching electric clothes dryer has dial controls (or tune and temperature. Deluxe dryer automatically flushes heat, moisture and lint down drain, leaving laundry room cool and dry. MODERN, STREAMLINED BACKGUARD — adds new beauty, efficiency to the new Caloric Ranges. The entire background is nigher, giving added protection to walls. Clock control and Timer are elevated out of the heat zone, are easy to reach, easy to set. Fluorescent tamp has been owered with the light focused where it is needed — on the cooking surface Pictured above is the 40-inch, 4-burner, two-oven, 2 broiler fully automatic model with oven clock control and two oven windows. All models are available in 12 modern- pastel handles, to match any color scheme. Twisted Trade SAN DIEGO, Calif. W — U K. Taylor left by air for Pakistan but he foi'Rot the pretzels he usually lakes on air trips Banker Millurd Smith thought It would be sporting to ship a two-bit bag of pretzels to Taylor In that pretzelless place. It look three custom declarations and $•1.50 in postage. Dog with a Smile GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. HI Jack, a nine - year - old English Springer Spaniel owned by Arthur Shaw, takes a special pride In smiling.these days He has a $25 gold canine tooth, fashioned by his owner's dentist friend to cover broken fang. Honesty Pays, Owner Finds HOUSTON, Tex. OR — Mrs. A. A. Cavada, owner of a liquor store, told a holdup man she had exactly $3 in the house. "Is that all you nave?" he asked. "Yes," she answered. The man turned around and as he went out the Uoor said, "You have as honest a face as I have seen. I trust you." Frustrated Moos* ASHTON, Idaho (Jft — Trotting along a forest road in front of a ranger's pickup, a bull moose got Lircd of being followed, turned, lowered" his hetid and charged. Forest Ranger W. D. Carringer waited with a smile. It was the time of year when moose have no antlers. Finally the moose realized it, too. He stiffened his legs, slid to a stop just in front of the headlights and walked humbly away. Prayers Help Catch Thief DIXON, 111. tin — The congregation of the Methodist Church has turned to the Lord instead of the police for the solution of a theft. And they're getting results. Several weeks ago someone stole a birthday penny bank from the church Sunday School department. The class prayed for Uie thief and the eventual return of the bank, fashioned in the shape of a cross. The bank was returned — left oil a shelf. It was empty. Now prayers have been renewed for the thief and the return of the cash — about $4, Fatal Labor SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. tf) — Carl H. Tomllnson, 13, worked for a week building a log raft. He sailed It just 10 feet before it tipped over and he was drowned. More Spending Money Now KALAMAZOO, Mich. I* — A report by Dr. Paul V Sangren, president of Western Michigan College, indicates that the average Michigan family has $1,000 more to spend each year than the nationwide average. He said for each dollar received in 1929 the average Michigan family now gets about S2.70. The average for the nation is $2.50. Consumption Record JOHNSTOWN, Pa, Iffi — At Memorial Hospital children were treated In one 24 hours period for swallowing too much cough syrup, a large number of aspirin tablets, iodine and bleach. Bight hundred twenty of every 1000 persons suffer fror- some sort of sickness every year. HOTPOINT DEEP FREEZE $449.95 17 Cu. Ft. UP TO 24 MOS. TO PAY HOTPOINT 1-ton AIR CONDITIONER $395.95 UP TO 24 MOS. TO PAY HOT POINT ELECTRIC RANGE $229.95 Push Button UP TO 24 MOS. TO PAY HOT POINT REFRIGERATOR $209.95 7 Cu. Ft. UP TO 24 MOS. TO PAY AUTOMATIC WASHER ¥ Cokx-tohted puihbvnoiB — outomolk >»- kclfcm at wo* and rnt witar 2 Mporota.ooiHm cyctei— "*»g<*i-" far f*wdy tikrffat . . . "D«fkoto" lor JrdvBe fabfia Aq«otofcx— ne-wl and rime oc*ion geh do*« realty cteOH 1 DMp-Ov«rflow va* ^fct tab. Soft and swds noat up and ort at WADE FURNITURE "Trade With Wade and Save" 112 W. Main PfcoMl-3122

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