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er gone up / in moke. Ill || Flip the switch and electricity cooks your meals, cools your home, preserves your food, lights up your world. It's a lot dif- ferent from the "good old days" . . . II | OG&E electricity actually costs less per kilowatt hour now than it did in the "good old days". In fact a kilowatt hour costs less than half of what it did in 1933. Of course, you're using a lot more of it than back then so your total bill is higher. Bul if you corm pare the cost of ice with the operating cost of a modern refrigerator, or the dis- comfort of insufferably hot summer nights with only a fan instead of electric air con- ditior ing wouldn't you agree electricity does im- prove the quality of living! ELECTRIC SERVICE PI~O}~.4"I f, CA~K'< l,'tI E:I: COME SEE THE BEAUTIFUL NEW TOTAL ELECTRIC HOMES IN *407 SE 3rd'409 SE 3rd'512 SE 3rd "115 Cimarron South New 3 Bedroom Homes With All Electric Kitchens, 1 and 2 Baths, Shag Carpet' Electric Central Heatand Air Condition Car arports or Attached Garages. FARM HOME ADMINSTRATION CONVENTIONAL LOANS BUILT AND FOR SALE BY Total Electric BUILDER-DEVELOPER- REAL ESTATE 372-5680 547