Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 197, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 7, 1956 Page: 4 of 8
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BRECKENRIDGE Industrial1 REVIEW
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irnl warm hcartnl wnicr from those employed th•
int <>f the Douglas Anderson <'■>.,
the year around. There you will
•al insiile the locker and storage
King Appliance Long
In Business In City
King, owner and operator i
•>f king Appliance Company, has i
h* • ii in Breckenridjfe :i| years and
during that time has advanced
fmm an employe of the appliance
I'nripair. to a business of his own.
Mr. king is a native of Thri>ck-
■ •■iton county. When he first came 1
( i.tumcn i;il refrigeration and air conditioning
E. TELEVISION RECEIVERS
'•IK .I N REMODELING and PLANNING SERVICE
C. F Built-in ranges and surface stores
TEU BROWN JOE HULIN
• Stephens County Farm Store
0: p«i-ite Sifeway Store Phone 193
- - - I OR VOIR EVERY NEED AND COMFORT
Featuring the great SKRVKL line of appliances,
including Klectric and t,as refrigerators. Air
( loners, Water Heaters and other appliances.
E SOLI) ro SIM VOIR NEEDS AND YOUR BUDGET
8 U < in .fall Butane systems ... Plumbing ... Heating and air
I - conditioning.
KiM APPLIANCE CO.
run E. Walker Street
Brrckenridse's newest and most modern service station.
(ienuine TEXACO products
New and Used Tires Batteries
EI IK IE NT - - PROMIT - - COURTEOUS SERVICE
TEXACO SERVICE STATION
I'rcckenridgc at Elm Phone 572
LEE S TASTY
H iiiicus far h.itlHM-utd nieafc*. fowl, beans, spaghetti
and other foods.
A No. try I.EES TASTY BASTING SAUCE
USE THE SAFEST"
XI NO. 1
RADIO CONTROLLED CARS
here he wnrk.-d fur the Olin <"al-
v.n Appliance Company. In lit.'W
he went into busines- for himself,
stablishing the king Appliance
In l!)4ii delivery of butane was
added to the appliance business,
n what characterized as the first
butane delivery business here.
In l:i4'. the business of plumbing
wa- add. .1 to the other two busi-
Tn.- company, in it'.- new home,
announced with a formal opening
on Feb. JH, litai at I'.Ht) East
Walker street, has added a long
list to it's line of business. In thi •
is included Servel refrigeiators,
Roper gas ranges. Chambers gas
and electric ranges, and tieneva
steel kitchens. Iii the plumbing de
partment American Standard f.x-
Cooling and heating services al-
so are offered. Included n this line
are I'ayne and CoU-man heating
aid cooling systems; Mission.
Pioneer, Servel, and A. O. Smith
water heaters; Dearborn and U.il-
l..iiit fire space heaters; and Magic
Air evaporative coolers.
In the butane dpeartment service
is offered for domestic and com-
mercial u.se.s and for motor fuels.
This -ervice extends for a radius
of fifty miles. Mr. king said.
The plumbing business covers
all phases i f commercial and resi-
Mr. King and Mrs. king, the
former Ava Tayior of Woodson,
were married in Woodson on Sep-
tember 2. l'JU'S. They have two
children. Miss Shirley King and
Five persons, besides Mr. King
are employed in the business.
These are Walter Harrison, serv-
ice manager, who has been with
the company for eighteen years;
K. V. Capers in charge of plumb-
ing; Kenneth Burns, route sales-
man; Mis. Chandos king, book
keeper and Chandos King. Jr.
Call us ami w> deliver, Mr.
KKADY TO SERVE PAINT—Don Calvert is h- re shown behind the counter of the paint section
• •f th. Brei'keni ii'ge Lumber Company with that company's two leading brands of paint exhibited—
I'ittsbuigh and Dutch Boy. The company will be happy to help you with your plans if you are
contemplating building or improving a home or pla.'e of business.
1M E. WALKER STREET
Open 6 A. M. til Midnight
Packaged Ice Cream ready
GIVE US A TRIAL
Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Garrett,
HOUSTON, Tex. HP' — A
meeting of the American IVtrole
um Institute plans to hold in Boul
der. Colo., in November may solve
a lot of problems for industry.
The meeting, it is hoped will
consolidate the efforts of industry,
the 1'. S. Weather Bureau and me-
te rological experts to promote
long range weather forecasting to
the status of ,t science
M 11. Parks of Humble Oil &
Refining Co. and Dr. N. D Smith,
Jr of Shell Development Co. said-
experts and others interested in*
the problem will compare notes at
the November meeting.
"By putting security into long-
months. weather prediction, in
range, that is. more than two
dustry stan.Ls to ft'lin a lot.'' Parks
Parks explained that accurate
prediction of future temperatures
would aid oil companies in deter
mining how much fuel oil would
be used during winter months. J
"In other fields, construction. [
for example " he sai.l. "could he
blueprinted on a more scientific
basis. We hive great hopes."
F & H Electric Company
Offers Added Service
Doubtless by now you have met I work will be not for just the pre
Travis Flmirnoy and Billy Hayden. j sent, but for the future also,
who recently established the F&H j 'If any one suspicions tlv.it his
Klectric Company, but if you have i or her home may be carrying too
not and are considering electrical heavy a load for the wiring, we
work of any kind they will appre ' '' ill be glad to inspect it for you,"
ciate your considering them before Mr Klournny said
acting. | "Any wiring over thirty years
i he office is at 2t't) South Rose ! old should be looked into. Think
Street where it intersects with of the great number of electrical
Williams, the building formerly <><- appliances now in use compared to
riipi.ie by Bob Skinner v. ho opera j thirty years ago, ,-ind reason foi
ted a service station there. j this is easily seen. All eijuipmenl
All kinds and complete service used is new or practically new
is offered on electrical appliances 1 At present we do not stock fix-
anil residential and industrial wir- tures but can get them on 24
ing Fed.iers air conditioning is I hours notice.
now offered by the company. Both Mr. Fiournoy and Mr. Hay
In addition to the above the | den were reared in Stephens coun-
enmpany offers <]uick. efficient i ty. Mr. Flouinoy was with Dick
hookups, and Guraey at Gurney Electric Com
service on oilf.eld
ship exchange teacher here from
Tehran, Iran, marvels at the facili-
ties in American schools, but —
"The schools here are insur-
passed in equipment and facili-
ties," explained Miss Mekertichian,
•vho has visited numerous Ohio
schools, "but the students are laz-
ier, and probably don't learn as
She also thought discipline in
the L lilted States was not as good
as in her country.
"Children in Iran have a great
deal more respect for their teach-
ers and for their elders in general
\ hich may account for the rela-
tive unimportance of the delin-
quency problem there, she added.
—Frames and Supplies
126 S. Court' Phone SW
FOR EVERY OCCASION
COOKIES — PIES — PASTRIES — DOUGHNUTS
A SPECIAL CAKE for every occasion—Birthdays, parties, etc.,
baked to your orders
JACK'S BAKERY 119 S. Court—Phone 4(50
prospective customers for work of
any kind are asked To oil for es
timates on any kind of work.
Service is offered 24 hours a
day and those desiring it may call
I HO I from S to .1 o'clock and at
other hours 1630.
Service on appliances may be
Kid either by bringing the applia
nee to the office, or call one of the
above numbers and the appliance
will be picked up.
The two owners and operators
state that free estimates will be
made on work of any kind. Mod-
ernized wiring is offered an.l this'
pany for 2l years, and eight mon !
th« with Herman Willen, the pre-
sent owner. Mr. Hayden was with
Soxy Vincent and A. A. Electric I
Both men are married and have I
established homes here.
Is Lazy, Says
CLEVELAND. O. — c;.p> —
Herman Mekertichian. scholnr-
RANGE CUBES < .,,
We manufacture Range Pellets right here in our own mill—
mixed to suit your individual feeding needs. This modern mill
ir. here to serve jou—we'll be glad to help you with any
PRESLEY FEED MILL
WINGO'S COFFEE SHOP
MR. & MRS. IRA WIN GO—Owners, Managers
Featuring the finest foods—served amid
—CHICKEN —STEAKS —SANDWICHES
Regular and special dinners
1.111 W. Walker St. Breckenridge, Texas
We install and repair every type
ROOFING. Why not let us check
your roof now—protect your
home for years to come? An
estimate will be furaiahed. with-
SHEET METAL WORK - - - - HEATING
VENTILATION - - . - AIR CONDITIONING
Breckenridge Sheet Metal Works
PHONE 389 |
212 W. ELM
311 N. BRECKENRIDGE
We Serve The BUILDER
Whether building new. enlarging or remodeling, we have "The
SERVICE PLUS THE GOODS."
LUMBER, PAINT and BUILDERS HARDWARE for
every building need.
Free Estimates ... No Down Payment
BRECKENRIDGE LUMBER CO.
700 E. Walker Street Phone 276
FRISIDMIE Home Appliances
• AUTOMATIC WASHER
• ElECTR C CLOTHES DRYER
• HOME FREEZERS
• ELECTRIC RANGES
• ELECTRIC IRONER
• ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS
• ELECTRIC DEHUMIDIFIER
Also Kitchen Cabinets and Sinks
Come in . . . see for yourself why the purchase
of one Frigidaire appliance leads to anr*herl
Convenient terms. Ask about liberal trade-ins.
Douglas Anderson Co.
ADD LIFE AND BEAUTY
TO YOUR CARPETS
We CLEAN your carpets right
in your home—no muss and no
And, the cost of this added
beauty and longer lift for your
rugs and carpets is small.
W'e'lI be glad to furnish you an
estimate without obligation.
THORPE FIMITOK CO.
211 N. BRECKENRIDGE
We have just installed new, fast and modern equipment to
deliver YOl R printing on time .. . with qoality and workmanship
LITHOGRAPHING — COLOR —ALL KINDS PRINTING
PHONE 10 - -
FOR QUICK SERVICE
BRECK ICE CO.
CRUSHED and BLOCK ICE
Cold Beer to Go Sodas and Soft Drinks
Ice Cream Watermelons
Brewer Insurance Agency
IF ITS INSURANCE, WE HAVE IT
FIRE ■ - CASUALTY - • LIFE
GIBRALTAR LIFE INSURANCE CO.
110 S. Rose Breckenridge Phone 1713
2 and 3 Bedroom Homes
2% DOWN ■ Gil?
To be built by Keen-Pickens Corp. of Ft. Worth in the
Felton Second Addition
EV ERY DESIRABLE FEATURE FOR FINE LIVING
N. R. ROSLEY
800 W. Hullum
Exclusive Sales Agent
FOI TIE IIILIEI
For those building, repairing remodeHnz:
READY MR CONCRETTB^
HOLIDAY HILL STONE
WASHED SAND AND ROCK
Delivered—quickly—in any amount to suit year needs
Breckenridge Ready Mb fnrrete
508 E. LINDSEY Breckenridge PHONE 2112
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Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 197, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 7, 1956, newspaper, October 7, 1956; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth135409/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.