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Row Produces "Double the Cold,"
with Less Current Than Ever! The General Electric sealed-in-steel THRIFT-UNIT is the only refrigerator mechanism with forced-feed lubrication and oil cooling. These exclusive General Electric features give Longer Life and Lower Operating Cost Protect the investment you make in an electric refrigerator by being sure the one you select today has a "sealed” mecha nism, for eventually all electric refrigerators will undoubtedly follow G-E’s lead and adopt a sealed type—more and more are doing so each year. Be sure the sealed unit of the refriger ator you choose has been proved by experience. After all, display room tests don’t mean much—it’s the record in the kitchen that counts. When you shop for a refrigerator bear these simple truths in mind: General Electric introduced the first sealed-in-steel mechanism nine years ago. It revolutionized refrigeration costs. No type of cold-making unit has ever been invented to compare in economy and dependability with the famous G-E sealed-in-steel THRIFT-UNIT. It requires no attention, not even oiling. Thrifty shoppers are quick to see that G-E’s nine years experi ence and an unparalleled performance record of billions of hours, is the best possible proof that a General Electric is the best and wisest "buy” today. Every minute of every day somebody buys a General Electric. It costs less to own a G-E —ask your neighbor 1 General Electric was first to give mere than a ane year guarantee, and originated 5 TEARS PERFORMANCE PROTECTION e G-E Sealed-in-Steel THRIFT-UNIT with Exclusive Forced-Feed fabrication A Oil Cooling Sealed-in-Steel Since 1927 ..-.a ...—. General Electric All-Steel Cabinets offer all the modem convenience features without non essential "gadgets" that may cause trouble and expense later. Temperature Control and Defrosting Switch • Stainless Steel Super-Freezer • Interior Light • Foot Pedal Door Opener • Vegetable Com partment • Sliding Shelves • Fast freezing, easily released ice cube trays, etc., etc. t BARRINGER, J. A. 514 10th St. N.W. BATEMAN, J.L.,& SON 2212 Rhode Island Are. N.E. BOND ELECTRICAL CO., 5405 Georgia Ave. N.W. FORD, GEO. A., ELECTRIC CO. 3616 14th St. N.W. GEORGETOWN ELECTRIC CO. 1205 Wisconsin Are. N.W. HECHT COMPANY 7th and F Sts. N.W. HUB FURNITURE COMPANY 7th and D Sts. N.W. HUDSON AIR CONDITIONING CORP.f 1517 Conn. Ave. LANSBURGH'S 7th, 8th and E Sts. N.W. JULIUS LANSBURGH FURNITURE COMPANY, 909 F St. N.W. MITCHELL'S, INC. 5000 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. MYERS & FLOURNOY 514 H St. N.E. NATIONAL FURNITURE CO. 7th and H Sts. N.W. YOU'LL ALWAYS Bl QUID TOU BOUGHT 1 GENERAL ELECTRIC I GENERAL ELECTRIC Refrigerators • Laundry Equipment • Vacuum Cleaners * Commercial Refrigeration • Water Coolers • Air Conditioning Equipment • Oil and Gas Furnaces • Electric Kitchens "EXjCRAHA W,Prtt. ,.vE,«. ELECTRICAL ^ umwiwi Open Evenings ’Til 9 O’Clock, Saturdays Til 6 —or at the Following Dealers: - . .. ... m 1 i WIWI NATIONAL MAJESTIC RADIO & ELECTRIC CO., 801 12th St. N.W. PALAIS ROYAL 11th and G St*. N.W. PINKETT, GARDNER D. 1013 U St. N.W. SCHNEIDER'S SONS, C. 1220 G St. N.W. STAR RADIO COMPANY 1350 F St. N.W. 409 11th St. N.W. 3022 14th St. N.W. SPICELAND fir SPICELAND 500 11th St. S.E. TRIBLE'S 1427 Good Hopo Road S.E. WOODWARD & LOTHROP 11th and F Stt. N.W. BRACKETT, C. W. 208 Carroll Ave., Tak. Pk., Md. BROSIUS BROS. & GORMLEY, INC. Rockville, Md. COLLINS SERVICE STATION Forestville^ Md. DONALDSON, DeWILTON H. Laurel, Md. rlUUaC V nERRmnnr^ Silver Spring, Md. INDIAN HEAD ELECTRIC CO. Indion Head, Md. MARYLAND ELEC. APPL. CO. 106 Md. Ave., Hyattsville, Md. MORELAND MOTOR CO. Waldorf, Md. WARNER ELECTRICAL SUPPLY 1129 King St., Alexandria, Va. 3151 Wilson Blvd., Clarendon, Va. WOODFIELD ELECTRIC CO., Gaithersburg, Md.