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This Day in Norwood History-April 15, 1955-Norwood Appliance Center To Hold Open House

A new establishment, the Norwood Appliance Center, Inc., will hold its grand opening Friday at 10 a.m. at 647 Washington Street, between Day and Cottage Streets, it was announced by manager John Curley.

The new store will be one of the most completely stocked appliance establishments in Norwood. One of their main attractions will be a kitchen planning and remodeling service. Within the store is set up a complete model kitchen featuring the entirely new wall hanging reíngerator which was publicized recently in Life magazine. This General Electric appliance is tut one of the few completely new modernistic G. E. items that the store will stock.

The kitchen planning and remodeling service will give customers a package deal in which the normal headache of hiring separate carpenters, plumbers, and electricians is eliminated. The package deal takes care of all these and included in the one cost of complete kitchen remodeling. It relieves the patron of separate billing costs for the various services required.

Aside from the normal appliances, such as television, refrigerators, stoves, etc., the new store will carry a complete line of Samsonite luggage, power skill tools, paints, power mowers, wallpaper, dinnerware, combination screen, and storm windows and doors, and all normal houseware appliances,” Mr. Curley stated.

The manager, John Curley, a resident of Canton and a Korean veteran. is a graduate of Northeastern University and had been employed for approximately eight years with the General Electric Appliances Company as a distributor salesman prior to his establishing his own enterprise. He is married and the father of one child.

Curley extends his cordial welcome for one and all to drop in at the Norwood Appliance Center and “browse around one of the most completely stocked appliance stores in Norwood. He is certain that the new line of merchandise will be pleasing to Norwood shoppers.

Don’t forget the open house — Friday, April 15 at 10 a.m. at 647 Washington St.

(All articles were originally published in the Norwood Messenger unless otherwise noted)

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