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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 539 (524)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 539
Page 539


1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 539

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Acumen, !

A Name For Over 63 Years

For more than 63 years +he CRETORS name has represeni'ed +I1e finest corn-popping machines manufaclured. If is

your assurance of:





* Speedy and Dependable Operal'ion

* Top Quality Produc'l

* Maximum Earning Power

CADET MODEL 51 A

This low-priced Counter Model, completely finished in beautiful stainless steel is the answer to insuflicient space. Small and

compact, yet holds an amazingly large amount of popped corn. CRETORS original process popper pops corn direct in the salt and seasoning. Speedy and dependable.

Capacity: $8 to $10 popped corn per hour.



GIANT MODEL 41-)

Fast, efficient, trouble-free large capacity popper that seasons each and every kernel alike, producing a better flavored corn at less cost. Enclosed transmission. Dump handle interchangeable-right or left hand operation. Heated by manufactured, bottle gas or natural gas. Electric power motor. Gasoline fuel extra. Capacity: Pops approximately 50 lb. corn per hour.

A HOLLYWOOD MODEL 48

Finished in beautiful satin-finish striped stainless steel designed to harmonize with any location. Improved mechanism and modern engineering offer large capacity and speedier, econom ical operation. Capacity: One pound raw corn per

popping*

Also Manufacturers of DeLuxe Super 60 Model Super 60 Combination Glanf Models 42, 43. 48. 51

C. ORETORS & 00.

620 W. CERMAK RD. CHICAGO 16. ILLINOIS

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