National Geographic : 1934 Jun
T~E RAT 1A /r / c J~ccL EAUTY OF DESIGN now complements the refriger ator mechanism famous for its performance record throughout the world. Seven years ago General Electric introduced the first Moni tor Top refrigerator. 15 previous years of research in the famous General Electric House of Magic had perfected a matchless mechanism that was to set a new standard for quiet, dependable, trouble-free refrigeration service at low cost. In less than five years 1 out of every 3 electric refrigerators in America's homes was a General Electric Monitor Top. It became universally recognized as the standard of excellence. Even in the movies you will note a General Electric Monitor Top refrigerator is almost invariably shown when the scene represents a modern kitchen. Here is the refrigerator that carries 5 yearsprotection... the standard 1 year warrantyplus 4 more years protection on its famous sealed-in-steel mechanism for $5 ... only $1 a year ! To perfected mechanical performance General Electric now adds brilliant beauty and distinguished cabinet styling. The skill and genius of America's foremost designers has been drawn upon, and in these new models General Electric offers you the aristocrats of all refrigerators . . . the style sensation of 1934! There are only two styles of electric refrigerators .. . Monitor Top and flat-top. You can see them both at your General Electric dealer's display room. In G-E refrigerators you will, of course, find all the modern features: All-steel cabinets, porcelain inside and out. Sliding shelves. Foot pedal door opener. Interior lighting. Control for fast or slow freezing. Stainless steel quick freezing chamber. Automatic defrosting. Removable vegetable compartment. For your nearest General Electric dealer see "Refrigeration Electric" in classified pages of your 'phone book. General Electric Company, Section R-6, Appliance AJd Sales Department, Nela Park, Cleveland, O.