Prepared by the Armstrong Cork Company, makers of Industrial Insulations, in cooperation with the International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers They say Dolly Madison introduced ice cream to America. When she first served it at the White House she probably hoped it would become popular, but she never dreamed of the big plants and automatic equipment that now produce thousands of gallons and dozens of flavors.
In rapid-fire order, this girl at one of Western Electric's factories attaches wires to Bell telephone equipment she's helping to make. That "gun" in her hand is a wire-wrapping tool newly developed by Western Electric engineers that fastens the wires better, faster, with less cost than ever before.
What Three-letter Word Chills Beverages Without Killing the Taste? ICE If you've ever been served a beverage filled with cloudy, fast-melting ice cubes and tasting faintly of yesterday's broccoli, you know why really smart hosts and hostesses use nothing but genuine ice. For genuine ice—the kind made only by your Ice Company—is not only hard-frozen and crystal-clear but as completely taste-free as the purest water. It is inexpensive to buy—convenient and wonderful to use.
How to lower the cost of bringing UP your family… Vacation dollars and days go farther since American Airlines started their Family Fare Plan. Now Dad can take the whole family on a big trip… He pays full fare while Mother and the children go for half when they travel on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. [...]