The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

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Thursday, July 14, 1955
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UMB. FRESH PORK PRE-COOKED MEATS I just plug in the Roastmeter ... close the oven door... and the dial tells me when my roast is ready to serve! NOW! A Perfect Roast Every Time without opening the oven door! Philco Electric Range '159 Amazing, but true—now for the first time, you can see exactly how your roast is cooking on the control panel dial of the new Philco Electric Range with miracle Roastmeter. Without opening the oven door to look, you cook every roast perfectly, every time! For the Roastmeter ends guesswork . . . regardless of the kind of meat, its size, or shape. Roast beef, ham, poultry, lamb, loin of pork—a glance at the dial tells you the instant your roast is ready to serve. And there's never a failure — no underdone meat when you want it Rare, no overdone roast when you want it Medium. It's just right, every time. You'll find the fabulous Philco Roastmeter is the most wonderful aid in cooking ever developed! And it's only one of the exciting, exclusive features of the new 1955 Philco Electric Range. Your dealer is waiting to show it to you — .stop in soon, u<on't you? Specification* tubjecl l<> rHangt u-iMou/ notice Only Philco gives you all these years-ahead features! s THE WIDE "DREAM" OVEN that gives you nearly six square feet of shelf space ... so big it holds both a large ham and a big turkey, or ten 2-lb. bread pans . . . and so efficient that, at average national rates, it costs only about a penny an hour to operate. "Dual Heating" works top and bottom elements together to assure uniform baking and browning in all IS rack positions. SMOKELESS Broiling-under Glass! Tempered oven glass lets through the infra-red rays that broil the meat, but shields the hot coils from the spattering grease that causes smoke. Foods hold juices that dry out in ordinary broiling. You get better flavor, with less shrinkage. Th» EASIEST-TO-USE Tim*r of oil! Now you can cook automatically without fuss or bother. Two simple motions do the trick —1. Turn left knob to set your desired meal time. 2. Turn right knob to set Hours to Cook. With your oven thermostat set, vou'ri 1 nou' free until mealtime! The BIGGEST Jiffy Griddl*! The biggest, handiest griddle in any electric range! (lives you the c\tra cooking area of three large surface units. Hi, l.o speeds. Made of solid aluminum —has no wires, coils, cracks, or crevices. Is non-sticking, easy to clean, and stays shiny bright.

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