Awesomely styled televisions from Karhu Hardware in 1959, which would likely fall and crush anyone like an eggshell if they ever got moved on their spindly little legs. Very, very cool-looking, though. I wish modern TVs were styled this way (but of course, weighed less and were flat-screens).
Fire Prevention Week was tied in with World War II in this 1944 ad from the H.I. Metz Agency, which had their offices in the Sobol Building in Worthington. (Where is the Sobol Building?) Next post at noon.
Another post from Fire Prevention Week, this time from 1934 in an editorial, encouraging people to eliminate some of the danger spots in their homes. Next post at 9 a.m.