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1920s technology

by Zoe Garcia

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1920's technology
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December 1920
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See all the NEWEST inventions of this past decade!
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By: Zoe Garcia
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Take a look at the newest inventions this year! Inventions from, Henry Ford, John A. Larson, Leo Gerstenzang, and many more. We have products to help care for your babies or to prove truth from a lie. And so many more products
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Enjoy!
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01. Baby Gays .25$
Help clean your baby

02. Automobile With combustion engine 525$
Get to places faster without having the use the train

03. Lie Detector 20$
Show the truth or lies between people

04. Hair dryer 12.50$
Dry your hair faster without a towel

05.Fruit Smack .25$
sweeten your diner with a fruit smack, now called Kool Ade.

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Hygienic products the last decade.
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Personal hygiene products
The Q-tip, Hairdryer, and Band-aid have been the products of this decade
Today we are meeting with the head directors of each company to talk about what inspired these inventions and how they have impacted the self health industry. to start we meet with Leo Gerstenzang,
"Hello Leo today we have some questions to ask you about your unique invention today. To start off i would like to ask you what inspired this type of care item."

"Well i would first like to give thanks to my wife, she is the one who came up with our product. she started by putting wads of cotton on the ends of toothpicks and i decided to take her invention to the market."

"And we have seen there are two names for this product correct?"

"Yes we have originally called them "baby Gays" but changed it to "Q-tips" recently."

"wow that is fascinating"

Unfortunately we could not get Alexander F. Godefroy, inventor of the hand held hair dryer, with us or Earl Dickson the inventor of the Band-aid. But we have done some research and know the reasons these people invented these products. According to earl, he states he created the band-aid because his wife kept cutting herself and he wanted to help her. And Alexander created the hair dryer in his salon in France in the early 1900s.
Created by Edwin Perkins and his family.
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Perkins and his family moved to Hastings in 1920, and in that city in 1922, Perkins invented the "Fruit Smack," the forerunner of Kook-Aid, which he sold mainly via mail order. Perkins renamed the drink Kool Ade and then Kool-Ade in 1927. Perkins states, "The product, which sold for 10¢ a packet, was first sold to wholesale grocery, candy, and other suitable markets by mail order in six flavors; strawberry, cherry, lemon-lime, grape, orange, and raspberry. In 1929, Kool-Ade was distributed nationwide to grocery stores by food brokers. It was a family project to package and ship the popular soft drink mix around the country."
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