Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 26, 1949 · Page 14
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4 Sept. 24, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gaxette. Mason City. la. Home Incinerators Gain in Popularity Economical, small, indoor incinerators are being used by increasing numbers of housewives as a means of disposing of rubbish and garbage, according to American Builder magazine. The magazine points out that home incinerators meet the requirements of communities which have adopted rigid sanitary regulations. • Incinerators also solve the problem of rubbish and garbage disposal in homes where automatic oil or gas-fired heating plants have been installed. American Builder says home incinerators can^e attached to any flue with a diameter of 6 inches or more, including furnace flues unless prohibited by local building codes. HOMES NEED REPAIR Most-homes more than 20 years old need major repairs or. remodeling, according to American Builder magazine. CALL 3250 C. J. Smith Electrical Construction 115 7th St. S. E. Phone 3250 READY FOR CUT STONE—Henry Tagesen, general foreman of the Henkel Construction company, general contractors for the building of the Central Lutheran church, said shipment of cut stone was expected to be delivered Monday, and the laminated wood trusses^ are scheduled for the latter part of next week. Arrival of this nlaterial will allow workmen to complete the brick work and the roof so that the building may be enclosed and the interior work carried on in the event of inclement weather. There is every indication that the building will be completed within the 4 months allotted. Construction work was started Aug. 1. Through an arrangement with the builders, services are being conducted each Sunday in the basement. ROOFING IN "SQUARES" One "square" of fire-resistant asphalt roofing is the -amount needed to cover 100 square feet of roof area. ";» . UBRJEN PWNTS mstSE -Whotes.te.Retail 13Ga NOW YOU CAN HAVE GAS HEAT! THE BRYANT HEATER CO., exclusive manufacturers of Gas Heating Equipment for over 40 years, has developed and tested a gas designed furnace line that will allow you to in- install that long waited for Gas Heat NOW. Available for both residential and commercial installations. This equipment is fully approved by the Peoples' Gas and Electric Co. ACT NOW! Winter is Closer Than You Think For Complete Details Phone 441 or See KELROY Fuel and Furnace Co. 1374th S. W. Mason City, Iowa Announces Housing Development Contest Washington—The land planning committee of the National Association of Home Builders has announced its 2nd annual neighborhood development contest. Restricted to members of the NAHB, the contest will fl take into account hot only large developments but also the best possible use of small groups of lots where street patterns have already been established. Winning entries will be displayed at the 1950 convention of the NAHB in Chicago next February, Prizes will be given in 6 classifications ranging from small projects of economy houses to completed community developments and garden apartment projects. 2 Buildings, 5 Homes Are Started Here Two commercial buildings and 5 new homes were started in Mason City during the past week, according to the records of building permits issued at the city hall. A permit was issued for a building to be erected by the Farmers Equipment & Supply company at 2401 S. Federal by day labor. The building will be one story 40 by 80 feet and will be constructed of cement blocks. Estimated value is $8,000. The Nichols Farm Equipment company plans to construct a 30 by 50 foot one story tile warehouse at 16 8th S. E. The estimated cost is $4,750. • Ray L. Randall will construct a 32 by 20 foot one story frame dwelling at 922 Hampshire N. E. at an estimated cost of $5,000. A permit for a one story frame dwelling, 24 by 40, with a 13 by 22 attached garage, was issued to Fay K. Thompson, 24 24th S. W. The estimated value is $6,000. James Leroy Thomas, will construct a one story frame dwelling, 32 by 24, at 313 28th S. W. The estimated value is $4,000. John Hamilton will build a 28 by 24 one story frame dwelling at 920 10th N. E. The estimated cost is $4,500. A permit was issued to the Associated Builders, Inc., for a one story frame dwelling, 28 by 24, HIGH COST UNNECESSARY The operating cost of 70 per cent of heating plants more than 4 years old is at least 10 per cent higher than necessary, says American Builder .magazine. Inadequate cleaning and lack of repair are responsible. RUGS CLEANED Our scientific rug cleaning process will .. restore original color and beauty to your rug. WE PICK UP AND DELIVER PHONE 600 at 711 17th N. E. cost is $6,000. The estimated AT DAMON'S BUILD NOW REASONABLY! Farm, Home and Commercial Construction, Remodeling and Repair'Work. We work within a radius of 50 miles of Mason City. Write or telephone us collect for free contract bid on your building or improvement needs. Exterior or interiors,, including fine cabinet work. For Free Estimate, VVrite or Phone Collect IOWA INSULATORS & BUILDERS 3QO 9th N. E. Phone 5796 INSULATION • SIDING • REPAIR WORK BUILDING • REMODELING • ROOFING KAUFMAN-BUCKHAM ALUMINUM WINDOWS "ALSIDE" ALUMINUM LAP SIDING Only (/lour ^rrc CALORIC 2.25 Per Week CASH PRICE 209.95 INSTALLED Come in and see a really great gas range value . . . Here are just a few of the features you get in this beautiful 36 inch Caloric . . . Porcelain enamel seamless construction inside and out, for easy cleaning. Two giant and two regular size Flavor-Saver Dual Burners (guaranteed for life) that save up to 39% on gas, and insure "flexible heat" that makes cooking quicker. Hold-Heat Oven Seal . . . and heavy insulation that keeps your kitchen cooler. PRICED AS LOW AS 134.95 TRADE IN YOUR OLD STOVE AT DAMON'S APPLIANCE CENTER . . . DOWNSTAIRS STORE Marty people have delayed installation of new furnaces — for a price decrease. THE FACT IS that in the face of anticipated steel shortages, copper, motors -- and other essentials —• and, according to the papers -• higher prior -- we should not •xpecb lower furnace prices. We rtave found that prices of the Lennox heating equipment we sell have been one of the most stable of all home commodities -prices are not inflated as with other items. So you can buy that new LENNOX furnace NOW with the assurance of paying a fair price for the finest heating equipment on the market today. "Ut us tell you about LENNOX." RAY E. PAULEYCO., Inc. SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS 421-25 S. Federal Pho ne 963 SALES BACKED BY SERVICE' New Legion Officers Active at Northwood Northwood—A new slate of officers headed by George Mielke, has taken charge of activities in the Northwood American Legion post. Installation was held at the regular meeting the first Wednesday this month and fall activities are now getting underway. On Mielke's staff are Ted Bassett, vice commander; Harold Applequist, adjutant and finance officer; Edgar Janson, sergeant-at- arrns, and Millard Hamerly, chaplain. The post is continuing regular meetings at the Legion hall, the first Wednesday each month, with an open house for all men in the community each third Wednesday. Globe-Gazette Photo RUSCO STORE OPENED—The C. W. Humphrey company has opened a new store in Mason City at 409 N. Federal, for handling Rusco windows, "the most famous name in combination windows.-' - ' , Shown here is an interior view of the store, with a display set up showing each of the 4 windows featured, in the new 1950 models, including the picture window, conventional double hung window, the two-* in-one Rusco window that is divided, and the Rusco all metal combination door. The retail store was opened here to better serve the community. Rusco is one of the oldest combination window companies in the world. E. J. Van Antwerp will be the local manager, coming to Mason City from Des Moines, where for 9 years he was general manager of the Pepsi Cola Bottling company. Visitors are invited to inspect these windows at any time without obligation. Settlers Plan Picnic Greene The old settlers' reunion will be held Sunday, Oct. 2, at the Church of Christ in Greene at 2:30 p. m. instead of at Hall's Grove church, as in previous years. Ranch Plank Flooring Is Developed Ranch plank flooring was developed especially for use in the popular ranch style house. However, architects and interior decorators are suggesting it \v i t h equal enthusiasm for modern homes, traditional types a n d apartments. "With alternate widths, beveled edges and walnut pegs, it gives an effect similar to expensive random width floors, and it is particularly suited ffir all quaint Colonial and provincial styles. In modern rooms the oak grain and varied widths are a pleasing contrast to plain fabrics and functional furniture. Use Scatter Rugs It is the type of floor that looks well with scatter rugs, room size rugs and no rugs at all. Finished in a soft, medium tone, it blends with any color scheme —even hard-to-match reds. It is rich and mellow, forming a perfect background for the lighter colors of modern furnishings or the darker shades of traditional. • ; ' . Easily Installed Completely finished at the fac- . tory—including wanut pegs which are made a part of the floor, this distinctive hardwood floor costs no more - than commonly used* strip flooring and it is just as easily installed. The factory applied finish will not scatch, chip or wear away like ordinary finishes of varnish and shellac. It is an ynproved penetrating seal that is baked into the pores of the wood to resist traffic and abuse. This type of finish brings out the natural beauty of the wood and makes it easier to maintain. Births Reported Greene—Births at the Riverview hospital were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoodjer, a son, Sept. 16; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Allen, a son, Sept. 18; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Quackenbush, a son, Sept. 18. WRIGHT RUBBER TILE With WRIGHT RUBBER TILE, your floors will be so beautiful they wil! be the envy of all who sec them. They will enhance the beauty of your entire house! But that's not all! Your floors will stay beautiful and new- looking throughout your lifetime. There vf\\\ be no embarrassment over worn floors. Furthermore, WRIGHT RUBBER TILE is the easiest to clean of all floor coverings. Come and sec samples of this beautiful floor covering. Get the complete story — you will thank us for introducing you to WRIGHT RUBBER TILE. WRIGHTEX Soft Rubber Tile • WRIGHTFLOR Hard. Surface Rubber Tile • WRIGHT-ON-TOP Compression Cove Base FLOORS OF DISTINCTION R. S. WEBER CARPET CO. 209 N. Federal Phone 931 The H. C. BROWN AGENCY FOR DEPENDABLE INSURANCE .... • FIRE • WINDSTORM • AUTOMOBILE • COMPENSATION O PUBLIC LIABILITY First National Bank Bldg. Phone 1019 PHONE 989 J. C. PUTH CO. 202i- North Federal FHA OANS Speed Your Building Production with POWER TOOLS Ideal for construction work or the home workshop. • ECONOMICAL $ 62 50 ... $ 3T 50 Ji9 $J^.50 Saws If" • GRINDER • FAST • ACCURATE Power King Bench Saws Drill Presses . . . SPEED-WAY POWER TOOLS •Electric Hand 5CQ.95 Power Saw 3«J $11 80 Drills 11 up ACCESSORIES Boomhower Hardware Remodeling,^ modernization, repair, painting, reroofing, interior decorating, landscaping . . . are types of work which may be financed with Title I Loans. No down payments are necessary — regular monthly payments retire the loan. Household equipment of an attached nature also comes under Title I Loans. New home construction, the purchase of existing structures, or refinancing present mortgages come under Title II Loans. Monthly payment covers interest, retirement of principal, and taxes. Payments may be spread over a period as great as 20 years. It's easier to build or buy when you finance the easy FHA way. This bank welcomes applications for Title I or Title H Loans for homes or farm buildings. FIRST NATIONAL BANK • OF MASON ClTYi ^ ^ Now is the Time to Build Your New Home Our prices are lowest in years — our materials the best. Not prefabricated — not pre-cut!. Best conventional construction. . Low down payment. Easy monthly payments, same as you pay for rent. F.H.A. or G-l financed. CALL FOR INFORMATION REMODELING—kitchens porches - recreation room, etc. Get our prices on new Combination Screen and Storm Windows. Stoddard Construction Co. PHONE 5622-W

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