Vintage Amana Appliances Ads published today! (1980) Amana Smoothtop Range. A smoothtop range that's so temperature sensitive you won't need a double boiler, a deep fryer or a slow cooker. (1968) Amana 25 Side by Side Refrigerator. (1958) 16 Refrigerator Freezer. (1973) Amana Radarange Browning Grill. (1984) Mastercook Radarange. (1951) Amana 18 Upright Freezer. (1948) Home Freezer with Dorothy Lamour. (1948) Home Freezer with Joan Caulfield. (1966) Amana 19 Side by Side Refrigerator. (1956) Stor-Mor Freezer Refrigerator. (1962) Amana Free-O-Frost Freezer plus. (1962) FF-125 Freezer Refrigerator. (1966) Amana 22 Side by Side Refrigerator. (1968) Decorator Refrigerator-Freezer. All-New. Independent Built-In Freezer and Refrigerator Units Fit Right In Your Kitchen Wall! Install on top of one another; side by side; or in different walls... whatever you need or wish! Special cabinet height measurement lets them fit right into counter space (1956). Amana Radarange Microwave Ovens - Save energy and make the greatest cooking discovery since fire! A price for every budget, A size for every family. What a wonderful way to cook! Right on paper or glass, so even clean-up is easy. Amana Touchmatic Radarange - The first microwave oven with a memory. Defrost and Cook - or defrost and Slo Cook - in combination. 675 Watts of cooking power. Stainless Steel interior. Built-in kit is available. Subsidiary of Raytheon Company. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Magic Chef Appliances Ads published today! (1959) Magic Chef Magic Control Center. One easy-to-use east-to-operate panel... contains all automatic oven controls including the amazing Dial-a-Magic Roasting Control. Of course it includes Oven Clock-Control; a Magic Meal Monitor for the top of the range and oven cooking; and an Oven Ready Signal Light. (1941) You'll find everything you want in the New All-American Gas Range! Bigger, Faster Oven! Red Wheel regulator. Swing-out broiler. Ask for Pyrofax gas service in East and Central States, other LP (bottled) gases in the West. American Stove Company, St. Louis, Missouri. (1984) Magic Chef Line of Appliances. No one matches our quality features. Once you see our features, you'll agree. Take our unique top-mount and side-by-side refrigerators. They not only deliver ice and water through the door, they can make delicious ice cream too. When it comes to making dinner, out Little Big microwave oven's the one. Inside it's big enough to cook a full meal, yet outside it's five inches smaller than most other microwave ovens. So it doesn't take up much counter space. With our Super Scrub dishwasher there's no pre-rinsing. Cleans even the dirtiest pots and pans. Our ranges are easier to clean and deliver better cooking. The features don't stop there. In fact, some of our best features, you don't even think of as features. Like our nationwide service guarantee. And our coordinated appearance or graphics. So what you buy later will match what you buy now. In the 1850s John Ringen, a German immigrant to the United States, began a tinshop in the major river port city of St. Louis, Missouri. His business prospered and in 1870, he took in a partner, George August Kahle, who had immigrated to America in 1867. The business sold housewares, early washing machines, and cooking stoves they called "quick meals". In 1881, George Kahle persuaded his brothers-in-law, Charles and Louis Stockstrom to set up a shop to make stoves. These four principals then organized two corporations, the Ringen Stove Company and the Quick Meal Stove Company. Quick Meal manufactured the stoves with Ringen Stove handling the entire output of Quick Meal's production. The phenomenal growth of these two companies during the 1880s and 1890s led to the merger of eight other stove companies in St. Louis, Chicago and Cleveland in 1901 to form the American Stove Company. American Stove introduced the first oven temperature control device in 1914, and in 1929 began using the brand name Magic Chef. The Magic Chef name was so successful as an oven and stove brand that American Stove Company changed its name to Magic Chef, Inc. in 1951. The company remained well known for its gas stoves, but attempts to spread the brand to other household appliances were unsuccessful. Magic Chef, Inc. (formerly the American Stove Company) is an appliance brand currently owned by CNA International Inc. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage WearEver Cookware Ads published today! (1936) Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Nature gave to Aluminum unique qualities that make it ideal for cooking foods. Aluminum safeguards food flavors, colors and purity... and helps to make each course of your dinner delicious and wholesome. (1963) Wear-Ever Hallite Electrics. Hallite Electric Buffet Fry pan, Buffet Cookers, Grill and Warmers, Coffeemakers. They were created with a stunning difference: gleaming aluminum utensils with rich Antique bronze colored covers, genuine black walnut handles and harmonizing nylon feet that won't mar fine wood surfaces. (1955) Hallite Home Set. This handsome five-piece set combines to make Seven useful utensils. 2-Piece Honeymoon Set. This gracious starter set will be a joy for a lifetime! (1956) Wear-Ever Hallite Tea Pot. (1959) Wear-Ever Photographed at B. Altman & Co. (`1984) Wear-Ever Glass Ovenware. Has something no other glass ovenware can offer you - SilverStone interiors, America's premium nonstick surface. Finally. Glass ovenware you don't have to soak, scrubn or scrape to get clean. (1954) Wear-Ever Automatic Coffee-Maker. Just dial your flavor. Ruby light signals when ready. Coffee keeps hot automatically for hours. Jewel-like, gleaming chrome. (1979) Wear-Ever Hot-Air Popcorn Pumper. Be the proud owner of the Family Circle / NFL Tailgate Party Popcorn Pumper. WearEver Cookware helped aluminum consumption by introducing one of the first widely accepted and available aluminum based consumer products of their time. Initially this cookware was sold door-to-door by college students and would later be purchased in large quantities by organizations. In 1912, the United States Marine Corps who would adopt WearEver aluminum utensils as their standard issue utensils. WearEver Cookware can trace its origins back to 1888 when Charles Martin Hall, a young inventor from Oberlin, Ohio discovered an inexpensive way to smelt aluminum by perfecting the electrochemical reduction process that extracted aluminum from bauxite ore. Seeking to fund his continued exploration of this new process Hall eventually partnered with Alfred E. Hunt, a metallurgist in charge of the Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory, raising $20,000 with the help of investors and eventually forming the Pittsburgh Reduction Company which would later come to be known as the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA). More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Foley Manufacturing Company Ads published today! (1951) Foley Food Mill. Can Tomato Juice Faster. Skins, seeds stay behind: Food Mill pushes every bit of goodness through. Stop Peeling, Coring Apples for sauce! You can strain a bushel of apples in just 30 minutes. Mash Pumpkin, Squash for freezing in jig time with the Food Mill. Available at department, chain or hardware stores. Also shown: Sifters, Juicer, Chopper, Fork. It's easier with Foley Utensils! (1956) Rolling Pin. Ball-Bearing. Deluxe - it Spins! Select hardwood. Pastryframe. Stay-flat pastry cloth. Special Combination Price! $3.69. (1946) Foley Aluminum Flour Sifter. Two Cup. Measures at it sifts into cup. (1955) Foley Pastryframe. Deluxe Rolling Pin. 5-Cup Sifter with spring-action handle. 1-Cup Handy Sifter, Stainless Measuring Spoon Set and Covered Pie Pan Set. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Hamilton Beach Appliances Ads published today! (1955) Mixette. Chrome or White. New Thumb-Dial Switch, Deep Beaters, Beater Ejector. Stands on End. Handy Wall Bracket. 5 Year Free-Service Guarantee. Fits your hand, your kitchen and your purse! The most reliable name in mixers. Division of Scovill Mfg. Company. (1963) Hamilton Beach Super Mixette. Model 79. New, completely enclosed handle, handle-top 3-speed switch and beater ejector button give you easy one-hand control, help make this the handiest portable mixer you've ever seen. Choice of white or 3 colors, all trimmed with shining chrome. (1956) Mixette in Colors. Now in stunning new colors... Pink! Yellow! Turquoise! Chrome! White! Also: Home Drink Mixer makes real soda-fountain drinks! (1955) Hamilton Beach Liqui-Blender. Twice the cutting power. 2 speeds - Top speed gives you a true puree. Low speed is for coarser cutting. Liquefies! Blends! Mixes! Purees! Grates! Chops! Pulverizes! (1954) Mixer & Juice Extractor. Easiest Operation! Exclusive Mixguide puts 10 tested speeds under your thumb, under your eye. Tailors the speed to the job. Easiest Bowl Control! Shifts bowl at the touch of your finger, while beaters revolve. Guarantees even mixing. Easiest Portability! Mixer slides off stand for use at table, range, anywhere! Nothing to release or detach! Includes 2 Pyrex Bowls! (1956) Hamilton Beach Chrome Mixer. New! Cake-Mix Timer Ends Guesswork! Chimes at any pre-set time up to 15 minutes. (1978) Hamilton Beach 2001 Blender. The world's first computerized blender. (1976) Crock Watcher. The original slow cooker with Automatic Shift, now with removable crock too. Mentions: Hole-in-the-Handle electric knife. (1963) Hamilton Beach Food Converter. 4 Appliances in One. New "Quick-Crusher" Attachment crushes full tray of ice cubes in just one minute! This one power unit and snap-on attachments - make it a can opener - make it a salad maker - make it a meat grinder, too! (1978) Hamilton Beach Food Processor. The genuine food processor that will slice, chop, knead or grind just about everything - except your budget. Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc. is an American manufacturer of home appliances, air purifiers, and commercial restaurant equipment marketed primarily in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, including blenders, mixers, toasters, slow cookers, clothes irons, and air purifiers. Until sometime in the 1980s the company's products were marketed under the brand name "Hamilton Beach Scovill", reflecting a merger that occurred in the 1940s. In 1990, the company merged with Proctor Silex, another household appliance manufacturer. Key market competitors include Cuisinart, Black&Decker, Salton, De'Longhi, and Sunbeam. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Universal Appliances Ads published today! (1904) Coffee Percolator. Boiled Coffee Turns Your Stomach Into Leather. For boiled coffee contains the same biting acid that Tanners use to make leather out of cowhides. (1918) Universal Electric Percolator. No. E9635 - six-cup size. Electric Iron No. E905. Electric Heating Pad No. E9940. (1956) Universal Swing-A-Part Food Chopper. It's so easy to clean. The body actually opens up so you can wash out all hidden food particles. Comes with three cutters. (1948) Universal Bantam Electric Range. Bakes, Broils, Roasts... Cooks Complete Meal! Plugs into any appliance outlet! (1947) Universal Minute-Savor Pressure Cooker. Cuts cooking times, saves fuel and keeps cooks cool. Foods taste and look better, too! Its exclusive Safe-T-Seal Cover cannot be removed while the pressure is on. (1949) Mixer and Juicer. Beats, Mixes, Juices, Whips and Mashes! (1955) Universal Mixablend. Make delicious new menus with left-overs... make tasty healthfood cocktails from fresh fruits and vegetables, and save money, too! (1958) Universal Automatic Appliances. Cookamatic Griddle, Cookamatic Frying Pan, Cookamatic Saucepans, Automatic Toaster, Universal Coffeematic, Steam 'n Dry Iron, Grill-Waffle Maker. In Universal Home Needs is offered a variety of articles all of which are designed to render service in the saving of food, the saving of time or the conservation of fuel. With the aid of Universal appliances houseworking hours are cut down and domestic help is released for more essential occupations. In quality of material, in construction and in workmanship, Universal Home Needs are of the highest grade and back of the Trade-Mark which appears on each Universal article is a manufacturing experience of over half a century (1918). Landers, Frary & Clark. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Pyrex Ware Ads published today! (1959) Pyrex Cinderella Bowl Set. Choose turquoise, yellow or pink. Also Pyrex Oven-Refrigerator-Freezer Set for baking, serving, compact storing. (1959) Golden Casserole. Goes from oven to table in its own gleaming cradle. And twin candle warmers keep food hot for second servings. Pyrex Carafe with candle warmer keeps any beverage steaming hot. (1959) Pyrex Space-Saver Casserole. Also Regent 8-cup Pyrex Vacuum Coffee Maker for the best coffee you ever served. (1959) Juice Server mixes frozen juices, serves, stores beautifully. Pyrex Clear Utility Dish and Deluxe Carafe with Electric Warmer is a party-perfect 12-cup size. (1959) Cinderella Divided Casserole. Has twin candle warmers. New Party-Time Deluxe Carafe. Cinderella Twin Server Set is perfect for quick, easy oven-to-table meals for two. Cinderella Buffet Twins. Cinderella Snack and Dip Set is handy for big and little parties. Back in 1913, a young physicist brought home a special heat resistant glass battery jar. His wife used it to bake a better cake. Yes, it took a woman to discover the advantages of Pyrex Ware. Still worth discovering. It's a whole new world of shapes, sizes, and especially colors. See it all in casseroles, mixing bowls, Store 'n' See Ware...all the things you need. Practical, durable. Its the handiest thing in your kitchen. Whatever you do in the kitchen, you owe it to yourself (and your family, and your guests) to do it best - in genuine Pyrex Ware. Keeps flavors wonderfully fresh - and cleans in a breeze. Mix, bake, serve, store. Product of Corning Glass Works. Just be sure you look for the name that guarantees you're getting the real thing. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Monarch Appliances Ads published today! (1954) Monarch Range. Model F158. Available in White, Ivory, Red, Chartreuse. Gas or electric. Patented roaster-size oven, plus a large regular oven equipped with a broiler. And Surface Oven. Also shown: Electric Range with divided top. 6-unit Electric Range with 2 full-size ovens. 32 inch deluxe range for small kitchens. (1948) Electric Roaster Range. Model F57P with 2 Ovens. You always have enough oven space. Dependable temperature controls, automatic time control on both ovens, notifier, pilot lights, etc. Monarch Malleable Range Company. (1948) Monarch 2-Oven Roaster Range. Story by Mrs. Ruth Murray, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The Malleable Iron Range Company was founded in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1896 by Silas McClure and A.C. Terrell. The company was incorporated in 1899 with Monarch as a trademark. After the World War, building construction projects resumed. In 1920, additions to the enameling building and a new foundry were built. In 1925 and 1926 a warehouse, and sections joining existing buildings, were constructed. By 1928 additions on the south end of the property provided more space for manufacturing electric ranges as well as warehouse, office, and storage space. An experimental and teaching kitchen was included in this addition. By 1929 the plant consisted of 26 individual departments and more than 400,000 square feet of floor space. The plant was producing more than 300 various styles and models of four types of cooking devices: coal/wood, electric, gas and combinations of any two of those types. In addition to domestic equipment, commercial ranges were produced for restaurants, hotels and other institutions. In the 1950s and 1960s, many advances were made in kitchen ranges. Although Monarch kept pace with the changes, the company suffered difficulty due to the fact that a large percentage of its products were sold through electric utility companies. During the 1960s, most of these utility companies decided to give up appliance merchandising as a means of increasing electricity consumption. Most of this marketing was discontinued by 1970. As a small company, Monarch found that it did not have the marketing strength to compete against the large appliance manufactures such as General Electric. In March 1985, the Malleable Iron Range Company filed for bankruptcy protection with assets of 7 million and debts of 5.8 million. In July, 1985, the assets, excluding buildings and land, were purchased for A new company was formed, named Monarch Appliance and Fabricating Company (MAFCO), and assets and production were moved to Algoma, Wisconsin, within three months. 2.36 million by the Famco Machine Division of Belco Industries of Kenosha, Wisconsin. In May 1987, MAFCO was purchased by the Metal Ware Corporation of Two Rivers, Wisconsin, and the name was changed to Monarch Ware, Inc. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Frigidaire Appliances Ads published today! (1956) Frigidaire Cold-Pantry in Mayfair Pink. 143-56. Available also in Sheffield Gray, Sherwood Green, Stratford Yellow or Snowy White. New panels redecorate your refrigerator in a flash. What a jot to change the looks of your refrigerator. You've a choice of colorful Decorator Panels that snap on and off. You'll create two-tone effects. (1956) Frigidaire Imperial in Sherwood Green. Two-oven Imperial Range RI-70-56. The smoke and fumes of all oven cooking vanish like magic in the only range equipped with the Miracle Filter. Also available in Mayfair Pink, Sheffield Gray, Stratford Yellow, and Snowy White. Frigidaire Flair Electric Range (1962, Frigidaire Electric Range (1969), Frigidaire Dishwashers (1959) and Frigidaire Dishwasher (1960). They produce a wide variety of refrigerators and freezers for the consumer market. Their model line-up includes fridge freezer units of several different types. The selection they offer includes traditional Top Freezer models, as well as more modern Side-By-Side and French Door styles. The company claims firsts including: Electric self-contained refrigerator (September, 1918 in Detroit), Home food freezer and Coordinated colors for home appliances. The name Frigidaire or the earlier version, Frigerator, may be the actual origin of the slang term "fridge." From 1919 to 1979, the company was owned by General Motors. During that period, it was first a subsidiary of Delco-Light and was later an independent division, based in Dayton, Ohio. The Company was sold to White Sewing Machine Company 1979, which was in turn purchased by Electrolux, its current parent, in 1986. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Dixie Products, Inc. Ads published today! (1956) Dixie Gas Range. 30 inch with extra large griddle and full width oven. You'll be thrilled with its classic styling, its gleaming white, lifetime Titanium porcelain finish. Therma-Flex burners. New Dixie 300 Full Size Range has Extra-Large Oven. Ask for New Selected Southern Recipes cookbook! (1956) Dixie 300 Gas Range. No. 310-7GLSE. Robertshaw Thermal Eye top-burner Control. Giant Griddle with grease well. Large-size center grate is interchangeable with the Dixie griddle. (1955) 30" Range. There's an unusually complete line of Dixie Ranges, in four price groups - Dixiemaster, Stylemaster, Spacemaster, Budgetmaster. In the 1920s Dixie produced wood and coal-fired, and, later, gas-fired ranges. In 1952 the Company begins producing electric ranges. In 1958 Dixie acquires Magic Chef of St. Louis, MO. In 1960 Name changed from Dixie Foundry to Magic Chef. 1980s Company merged with other firms to form Maytag Cleveland Cooking Products. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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