Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1948 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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Tuesday, December 28, 1948
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Farm 10 S** 900 Members the m m em ™> for next year fjL mbers J»P quota crcas* «* 10 "Presents an in- ! J * ST RITES HELD r s H aro Gaston of Stoddard Freezers to Merchandise Mart Bill Stoddard, head of the Stoddard Manufacturing company, Monday announced the signing of a 3 year lease with the Merchandise Mart at Chicago for permanent office and display space for Ma^on City made refrigerators, while at the same time revealing plans for new models to be manufactured in 1949. The Mason City company will have its office and display space at 1.126B on the.llth floor of the mart. The name of the Mason City manufacturing concern will hereafter be in the'Widely circulated list, of-mart exhibitors. The Merchandise Mart, world's largest office building, houses exhibits of appliances, furniture and house- ware. Mr. Stoddard and his assistants are making plans to have the Mason City made appliances on dis- , • — into basement MORE ROOM? 7 C 8x9-10. ' Til. ' SOtID COLORS BROWN, BLACK DARK COLORS « c 8x9 MARBLEIZED O "i. LIGHTCOtORSi^,^ EXTRA LIGHT MARBLEIZED TUe 1 C 9x9-ln. Tile RBNTILE s?.-*.-*+Zr7is-^^ the perfect basement floor ... Basement recreation rooms can take a heap of living and playing so a permanent, wear-proof floor is a must. Durable KENTILE »s moisture proof . . , can't rot or mould. Dance-proof, liquor- proof and cannot be marred by cigarette burns. Limitless color combinations ... no comparable flooring costs less. 118 South Federal Phone 1017 play for the opening of the winter market, which is held in Chicago Jan. 3 to 15. Inventory This Week ' The Stoddard Manufacturing plant is closed this week for inventory, but will resume operations next week on new Stoddard models of household refrigerators. The current issue of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration News carries a lengthy article ami pictures oh the 2 new models announced by the Stoddard concern, one a 9 cubic foot capacity and the other of 13 cubic foot capacity. -The article pointed out that the new deluxe^Lockerator refrigerators maintain ^different temperature zones and "feature exclusive "ceiling cooling" which gives indirect high humidity cooling to the food compartment proper. Ceiling cooling is said to make for high efficiency under heavy-duty applications and extremely hot climates. New Models Narrower "Other highlights," continues the article, include a full length ******** door, and narrower, deeper construction to accommodate kitchens where space is limited. All 1949 models will be equipped with flat tops for more modern appearance and utility, according to the manufacturer. "A zero degrees F. freezer extends across the top of the refrigerator. Ths freezer is closed off with a colored glass door that can only be completely opened. It cannot be left half-opened and cause damage if the refrigerator door should happen to be slammed shut, the company explained. "The freezer door, and also the vegetable crisper drawers are equipped with full-length chrome handles. "The crisper drawers — there are 2 of them in the 13 cubic foot unit — are located at the bottom of the food- compartment. They are closed in under glass' and thus maintain slightly higher temperatures than the main food compartment and high humidity. "Glass shelving with metal shelf fronts are used in the main compartment. "Other features include a out dry vegetable bin, a set ol frigerator dishes, defrost \\ jar and 4 quick release ice trays. New Refrigeration Unit "The sealed refrigeration made by Tecumseh Products c pany, is said to be of a new that can be changed from front of the cabinet without i ing the cabinet from the wall. "The model 13E, the larger frigerator, has a fan-cooled for greater capacity. This rr has a gross interior capacity of cubic feet with a net frozen capacity of 2.25 cubic feet. O all cabinet dimensions are: H< §4 inches; width, 3H inches; d over hardware, 125 £ inches. "The model 9E has a gros; terior capacity of 9.8 cubic with a net frozen food capaci 1.2 cubic feet. Over-all cal dimensions on this model Height, 58 inches; width, 27 in and depth over hardware, inches." tip' re- water the unit feet are: 124} * STODDARD.MODELS GOING ON DISPLAY—Bill Stoddard, head of the Stoddard Manufacturing company, left, and 0. B. Gift,, company sales manager, are shown above looking over aome of the refrigerators of the company, which art to be exhibited at the Merchandise Mart m Chicago. • Chester—Miss Marguerite Whalen is spending her holiday vacation at the home of her mother in New Hampton. PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY ONLY NATIONAL TEA CO.'s Little Budget Buster LEAN FIRST CUTS PORK CHOPS LEAN SHOULDER CUT VALUE WAY PORK ROAST i> NONE HIGHER Ground Beef ib 33 RATH'S BLACKHAWK CUT VALUE WAY """ BEEF ROAST u. RATH'S BRANDED BEEF TENDER QUALITY ROUND STEAK «>. March of Dimes to Be Greatest Message Says The March of Dimes in January must be the greatest ever, the president of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Basil O'Connor, declared in a message received here Monday by A. J. Thomson,., campaign director of the Cerro Gordo county chapter. "I am sending this wire to ail fund raising chairmen because of my duty to advise you of the importance of the next March of Dimes drive," the president of the national foundation wrote. "In 1948 alone it has cost $17,000,000 to care for infantile'paral- ysis patients. Of this amount na- tional'headquarters sent to chapters $6,500,000, Our epidemic emergency aid fund at national headquarters is now completely exhausted. "Many chapter treasuries have been totally depleted. Make no mistake about it. This is an emergency situation. If we are to'con- tinue to help polio victims and be prepared for epidemics next year and continue our research and educational programs, the March of Dimes next January must be the greatest ever and net at least $30,000,000. "Without this sum we cannot fulfill our pledges to patients and the public. Please do everything to help." Marble Rock—Sgt. Arlin Frizzell of Lowry Field, Denver, Colo., is spending his furlough with his mother, Mrs. Pet Frizzell. RELIEVE CW'S OPEN UP NOSE —check watery sniffles and sneezes, with PENETRO EASE CHEST TIGHTNESS and muscle aches. 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