National Geographic : 1931 Nov
FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT IN ANY MAGAZINE For homes which demand extraordinary service of a cleaner--homes where only the finest will do-homes where clean ing is in the hands of careless servants. The New Two-Speed* "GOLD CHEVRON" The New "Gold Chevron" Hoover is, frankly, a much more rugged cleaner than ordinary household use requires. If, however, your home makes unusual demands upon a cleaner -in daily hours of service or in careless han dling-or if you simply enjoy possessing the finest, the most beautiful electric cleaner ever produced, this is The Hoover you will select. It has been designed with only one idea in mind-to make it so stalwart and fine that literally nothing in the way of cleaning demands will wear it down or interfere with its perfect functioning. OOVER It has been built with extra strength in all parts, with extra protection against every con ceivable severity of operation, every imagina ble abuse in the hands of changing maids. It embodies superior features that are not only unattainable in any other make of cleaner but are not available in other Hoover models. Its price is surprisingly reasonable in view of the long service and satisfaction it will give. The remarkable New "Gold Chevron" Hoover will be shown by leading Hoover dealers everywhere. A telephone call is all that is necessary to arrange a home trial. *"Two-Speed" Because in luxuriously furnished homes some rugs are deep and thick while others are sleek and thin, the "Gold Chevron" Hoover has been equipped with a two-speed motor. High speed for the deep-pile rugs, low speed for the others. THE HOOVER COMPANY, NORTH CANTON, OHIO The oldest and largest maker of electric cleaners . The Hoover is also made in Canada, at Hamilton, Ontario © 1931, The Hoover Co. PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER. INC. WASHINGTON. D. C.