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1938 Models Cook .
Local Dealers Will Cooperate In Nation-Wide
Exhibition Scheduled To Be Held
Week of April 25
The thrill of a lifetime will be yours at your electrical
dealer s showrooms—where you see the new, up-to-the
minute Electric Ranges of 1938!
Electric Range Spring Showing, the week of April 25,
brings housewives the greatest exhibition of modern elec
tric ranges ever presented in the nation. Every woman owes
it to herself to visit one or more electric range showrooms
during this Spring Showing.
Your first minute with one of the new electric ranges
will probably cause you to revise some of your old ideas.
The electric ranges of 1938 have a cooking speed that is
When you snap the switch there is an instantaneous
surge of flameless heat. There’s no waiting around. No
time lost. Cooking starts—just like that!
The modern electric range is the result of twenty-five
years of experimentation and perfection. A vast part of the
unceasing activity in manufacturers' laboratories has been
devoted to the development of speed in electric cooking.
» Today it can be stated definitely that electric range
engineers have succeeded in this work. For today there is
no faster way to cook than by electricity.
Housewives find that elactric
cooking ig the cleanest cooking
there is. There’s absolutely no soot
to blacken utensils. You can really
have a white kitchen when you
cook on an electric range. There's
no combustion to cause any greasy
smoke or smudge—and curtains and
walls stay cleaner fax longer.
And—when it comes to dishwash
ing—all the old drudgery of scouring
pots and pans is gone! You can wash
your gleaming utensils first, instead
of last, if you desire—and dry them
on your nicest tea towels, too. Dish
washing drudgery goes out of a
kitchen when electric cooking comes
Electric Ceoking Economical.
Electric cooking must no longer
be considered a luxury. Note:
Electric cooking was actually in
this class. The outstanding thrift! -
ness of modern electric ranges is
proved every day in thousands of
modest dwellings where costs are
carefully scrutinized, where pennies
are carefully guarded, where man
agement is made a fine art by hus
bands and wives.
The surprising efficiency of the
new electric ranges, and the fact
that electric rates are lower than
ever before, combine to make elec
tric cooking a real economy.
• Better Results With Electricity.
There is no reason for cookery
failure when you own one of the
new electric ranges. Measurements
of heat are accurate. You can have
a searing hot heat for grilling steaks
or other foods, or a controlled low
heat for long cooking and simmer
ing that uses no more electricity
than a good kitchen lighting unit.
Oven temperature is perfectly
controlled. Moisture-control of ovens
gives uniformity of baking results.
Biscuits are ready in a jiffy in the
new electric ranges, and pies and
cakes that just will not turn out
right in old-fashioned ovens are
baked perfectly with the even, con
stant, measured heat of the electric
More Leisure With Electricity.
Whole meals virtually cook them
selves in the new electric ranges,
giving housewives leisure never ex
perienced before. There’s no need
for pot-watching. You prepare your
food, put it in the oven, set a timing
device —and start powdering your
nose. For you are free from your
range the moment you snap the elec
Electric Cooking Cooler.
When you cook electrically, your
kitchen can be as c6ol as any other
room in your house, even during
the hottest months of the year.
Electric heat is concentrated on the
food, not on the cook. Kitchens stay
Card of Appreciation
I wish to express my deep appreciation to the people of
Zebulon and especially the fanners of the surrounding
country for their business while I have been operating the
Gill Gin and Ice Plant. I believe Mr. Warren, my succes
sor, will give the people the same courteous service I gave
and I shall appreciate their transferring their patronage to
E. B. Gill
from 8 degrees to 10 degrees cooler
with electric ranges.
You can leave the house—shop,
play bridge, busy yourself at gar
dening. You may be miles away
when your dinner automatically be
gins to cook. When it’s time to serve
dinner, you know that all you have
to do is open the oven door of your
electric range, and remove your
meal—done as you want it done —
and piping hot!
Then, too, summer canning, such
hot and torturous work with old
fashioned methods, is easy with
electricity. Jars filled with vege
tables or fruits are put in the elec
tric range oven, processed witnin
the Jar, sealed and set away for the
winter. There’s no bending over
steaming kettles, no perspiring anx
iety when you do your canning
electrically. The kitchen stays cool
—and so do you!
Electrically Cooked Food Better.
Food looks better, tastes better and
is better when cooked electrically.
Meats dry out less; almost water
less cooking cuts shrinkage, pre
serves important vitamins, keeps the
attractive colors of fresh vegetables.
Less expensive cuts of meat, cooked
slowly through economical electric
low heat, become taste delight*.
Electric cocking and the inter** i
ing new recipes it permit* ec.i*.-*
that change ordinary tenas ’»• r-»al
creations, help the hO'M«tt« »
avoid serving “’be sair.» »te
Wider, happier tu.*k eon*-.ns
beckon to woman w*»o has *
modern electric range.
All Dealers Beta
At your dealer's jom
pany’s showrooms you will find
electric ranges as beautiful, as up
to-the-minute, as efficient as this
year’s automobiles. They express
new conceptions of style and spot
less beauty. They set new standards
of convenience—with unheard-of
electrical economy. They will give
you uniformly delightful results—
with guesswork eliminated.
They embody every feature that
women might ask They feature in
stant heat, automatic time-control,
low-controlled temperature, heating
units that are easily cleaned and
practically indestructible. They are
to be had in a wide variety of styles
and sizes to fit individual need,
price, and fancy.
The new, modern electric ranges
of 1938 are awaiting your inspec
tion. Be sure to see them! Be sure
to watch one or more demonstra
tions of electric cooking! You’ll find
kitchen modernity, style and beauty
fit for the palace of a queen—at an
operating cojt to fit the pocketbook
of every American housewife.
Candidate Co. Com.
M. Wallace Chamblee, who re
signed as mayor of Zebulon when
he was appointed commissioner
last January, has announced that
he is a candidate to succeed him
self in the coming election. Ap
pointed to fill the unexpired term
of D. B. Harrison, Mr. Chamblee
has gained experience that will
stand him in good stead, should he
He is a son of M. B. Chamblee;
a nephew of the late Clarence
Chamblee at one time member of
the state legislature; a grandson
of Dr. M. C. Chamblee, who in con
nnection with many other civic con
nections, was on the board of com
missioners for many years.
Men On Jury
Called for the Superior Court
jury for May for civil cases are
the following from Little River
township: P. H. Massey, C. M.
Honeycutt, P. P. Pace. For the
criminal court jury Glenn Bunn,
Ivey Narron, Sanford Pearce, J. W.
Narron, and F. S. Edwards have
S. .R. Clark’s 70th birthday "was
celebrated last Sunday with a sur
prise dinner given by Robert
Clark and family and Mrs. G. L.
Wall and family near Rosinburg.
Mr. Charlie Strickland was with
NORMAN DAVIS HEAD
President Roosevelt has appoint
ed Norman H. Davis of New York
and Tennessee chairman of the
National Red Cross, succeeding Ad
miral Cary T. Grayson, deceased.
Davis has been ambassador-at
large to Europe and also served as
an under-secretary of state during
the Wilson administration.
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THIS IS '1 HE PROPER
PLACE TO LOOK
for pure food items. Our regular
patrons know that we serve meats
that live up to the most strict
pure food regulations. Let us
serve you with meats of quality.
You’re bound to become very much
interested after you have enjoyed
your first order. And you’ll come
Whitley & Scarboro, Inc.
ZEBULON, N. C.
EVERYTHING FOR THE FARM & FAMILY
C. V. Whitley * C. R. Scarboro
► HARDWARE <
£ SPRAYERS * o SPRAYER PARTS 4
Arsenate of Lead, Paris Green, Napthalene Flakes for 4
Plant Beds. _YVire, Roofing, Building Paper, Cement, Lime, 4
t Windows, Doors. Screen Doors and Windows, Screen Wire, 4
»Lawn Mowers, Lawn Hose, Pruning Shears, Ice Cream 4
» Freezers, Hinges, Nails, Hoe , Rakes, Shovels, Fish- 4
»ing Poles, Hooks and Lines. 4
* PAINTS AND OILS 4
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SPEND A DATS VACATION
( colonial DAYS )
V GAY 90s j
1. Motion picture in color "Old Williamsburg”
2. Feature exhibit "Glamorous Natchez”
3. Motion picture in color "Making of Fine Fur
4. Conducted tours of the Tomlinson Craftshops
5. Demonstration "How to Select Fine Furniture”
NO ADMISSION CHARGE—NO SALES
MADE—NO PIECES QUOTED
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Secure your Courtesy Card
from your Tomlinson Dealer
ZEBULON SUPPLY COMPANY