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Thoma, Harry C. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 38, Number V (Feb. 1937)

[Cover] The Wisconsin alumnus

                      ...AND TWO COL                           CTS
F   ODAY, in thousands of         capacity of other well-known re-
   homes, refrigerators formerly  frigerators of equal size.
considered as highly satisfactory,  FACT 2-The new Kelvinator
are being replaced with plus-     rn    nyhl     smn      iue
powered Kelvinators.              per day-during the rest of the
  For the new Kelvinator is a    time it maintains low tempera-
luxurious refrigerator. Luxurious tures using no current at all.        
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in appearance-in convenience        The new Kelvinator costs       WHERE
-and luxurious in service. Itdoes  more to build, but it costs no  equipped
with Kelvinator electric refrigeration, air
    moe tsaves more. Its pucaeconditioning, automatic heating, electric or
gas range,
more. It saves more. Its purchase  more to buy than a less power-  washing
machine, ironer, and automatic water heater
is a genuine economy. Judge it       l              r              -can be
built for less than $7,500. The Kelvin Home
                                  ful less economical refrigerator.  Book,with
exterior views, floor plans and description
yourself by these two facts:      Itcnb    ogto      ordae          f equipment,
is now availahle without cost wherever
         -ourself by these two facts:  ~It can be bought on your dealer's
 Kelvinator products are sold.
FACT 1-The new 1937 Kel-         special time payment plan-or      Nash-Kelhinator
Corp., Kelrinator Dir., Detroit, ficlz.
also ink Londonz, Ontario, and London, Eng.
vinator is plus-powered. It has   for as little as 90 a week on the
as much as double the cooling    Kelvinator ReDisCo Plan.
FIU^vPI1J7EEhII/O'                                CIUTS THE COST        

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