Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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LGQNA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, *- *'• ; 1 1^ •. i...'.'c. ... : .I''', Producf News Remodel a porch or turn a Section of the basement into a family room — with carpeting. This "remodeling through redecorating" suggestion comes from the makers of Ozite, Town and Terrace Outdoor-Indoor darpet. Since the carpet is water- repellent, its many uses include carpeting a patio or swimming ppol apron, say Ozite decorating experts. { In polypropylene olefin fiber from the Vecrta Company, tire carpet is said to be stain and soil resistant, with excellent cleanability. l Ozite Outdoor-Indoor carpet is available in a variety of decorator colors and retails for about $5.40 per square yard. .-• * * * : American Screen Products Company now packages its ftomeshield Bi-Folding Decora- tpr Doors in polyethylene bags that contain two hinged panels vtdth complete hardware for -two-door or four-door installation in existing framed openings. <j The doors, made of U.S. Rubber Company's Royalite, come ih four contemporary and traditional designs and can be jised in closet doors, for screening off laundry and utility areas, or as room dividers. Repairing damage to sponge- bonded carpets can be done quickly, with a new tool developed by the Commerdsi Carpet Corporation. The tool can be used to cut out the damaged area and a replacement piece of the same size, which is then cemented into place. , « * >!i • • - • ^ HeatrResistant Spray Enamel by Martin*Senour Paint Company adds an enamel finish to barbecue grills, incinerators, water heaters, furnaces. It is specially formulated for surfaces subject to high temperatures. •: . "tti" * * \ Koto-Mat!c Is a new kind of paint roller by National Silver Company. It has a Bakelite polyethylene handle, which holds a supply of paint. Light hand pressure forces the paint from the handle through the roller's perforated core, the manufacturer reports. ' * • • • : • '*• '* * Console electronic air cleaner developed by Honeywell reduces airborne contaminants and dirt in homes that can't employ a central air cleaner. The console, in a decorative walnut veneer cabinet, cleans rooms of larger area adequately. Painting & Decorating AND ALL NATURE SMILES! Let Us Add A Touch Of Spring To Your Home...By Decorating A Room or Two. We are equipped for all types of Interior Decorating including Spray Texture, Bro-Kading, Wall Washing, Finishing Woodwork, etc. WE HAVE AN AIRLESS SPRAY GUN TO USE ON COMMERCIAL JOBS AS WELL. OUR EMPLOYEES ARE INSURED FOR YOUR PROTECTION. FOR ALL YOUR PAINTING NEEDS, CALL Mergen & Webster ?.v Algona Painters ft Decorators Leo M. Mergen 295-2142 Merle G. Webster 295-3494 mm NEW •• **• « Shower given Lone Rock girl at Burt church Gladys O'&onnell poured, sages were presented to (3eor- gia, her mother, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. George Bollifigef, atid Mrs. Georgia Marlow, the bride's grandmother. Guests were from Lakota, Algona, Fenton, Whittemore, Lone Rock, Bancroft, titonka and Burt. CAN CUPBOARD Western hemlock pdhel boards can be built in small space next to a doorway, near kitchen work counter. Lont Hock — Georgia Ann Marlow was given a miscellan* eous shower at St. John's. Lutheran, church at Burt Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mesdames Gladys O'Donnell, June Bierstedt, Verna Marlow, Viola Marlow, Floy Marlow, Fern Wetzel, Elizabeth Radig, Goldie Behrends, Bertha Willrett, Lola Kissner, Jean Marlow, Patsy Priebe, Norma Borman, Judy Marlow, June Presthus, Ida Peter, Ella Meyer, Karon Storjohann, Lilly Bleach, Ann Reirhr ers, Esther. Miller, Florence Schrosder, Edith Tieman, Viola Marlow, Clara Reynolds and Viola Dacken. Linda O'Donnell had charge of registering guests and Judy Vaske carried gifts. Deann Marlow and Mary Lou Marlow assisted in opening gifts. A cyclorama of Georgia's life in poetry and song was given with Elizabeth Radig as narrator. Taking part were Mrs. Edith Tieman, Mrs. Evelyn Warner, Miss Theresa Tieman, Deann Marlow, Connie • Marlow, Laurie Marlow, Roxanne Bierstedt and Mrs. Mary Lou Marlow. Mrs. June Bierstedt and Mrs. PLASTIC-FINISHED hardboard covers walls, counters, built-ins of kitchen-family rooms. For free copy of plan for building this combination room; send postcard to Handyman Plans, P.O. Box 250, Dover, Ohio 44622. Ask for Plan 106M. By Marlite. MORE WORKING space is offered with easy care, extra-deep stainless steel sinks. "Countess" sink by Vance in stainless steel by U.S. Steel. GUARANTEED "Acrypolyrene House Paint," new exterior paint from Lumi- nall Products, Inc., carries the manufacturer's five-year guaj» aniee for all-weather' performance, on all new or previously painted exterior sidings. A salesman is a guy who can sell without cutting the price. CHECK LIST FOR YOUR NEW HOME OR REMODELING JOB FURNACES & AIR CONDITIONERS BY • American Standard • General Electric PLUMBING FIXTURES BY » Kehler • Crane DISPOSALS BY • In-Sink-eralor WATER SOFTENERS BY • Inner You may be a winner in the G. E. $1,000,000 Sweepstakes 15,734 PRIZES IN ALL! DONE IN AND REGISTER . . . ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING 214 E. STATE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-5240 HAS 90TH BIRTHDAY The A. A. Kruegers and Olga Braatz went to Whittemofe Sunday to an open house birthday party for Mrs. Anna Wehr- span who was 90 March 11. DATE ANNUAL MEETING , The annual meeting of the Lone Rock Cooperative Telephone Co. will be held Friday at 8 p.m. in the Legion Hall. Lunch will be served. Mrs. Olga Braatz, who has bsen at Kenneth Jackson's for 3 weeks taking care of the children while the Jacksons have been on vacation, returned to her home at Whittemore Tuesday. , .'.;.. The Jim Marlows went to Rochester Saturday to visit her father, Pat McGuire, who had lung surgery recently! Miss Yager entered Estherville hospital Friday and will be there for a few days. She had a bad case of bronchitis. The Jess Blanchards went to Des Moines March 8-9 to a lumbermen's convention, and also to visit her mother who recently had eye surgery. The John J. Van Oorts, Orange City and the Earl Vaases, Hospers, spent Friday night with the LeRoy Bfases atld attended the school program with Mrs. Bras in charge. Ellen Bullock spent the week end with her jpafents, the Rev. Albert Bullocks. If we don't stand; up tot some- Tomorrow must be earned thing, we may Ml fof anything. J not USE ADVANCE WANT ADS SAVING PRICB9 BRONSON'S FIRST ADDITION West of Garrigan High 5 LOTS SOLD -r- 3 LEFT See Us Before You Buy! CUSTOM or RBDI-BILT HOMES For People In A Hurry Move In Within One Week • Reasonably Priced • Low Terms FREE PLANNING SERVICE PHONE 295-5369 NORTH HVVY. 169 ALGONA, IOWA »»»+»+»^^ HAPPIN NGE FOR YOUR NEW HOME! (or Your Present Home) cleans itself... electrically!! Set controls to "Clean," latch the oven door, set timer! That's all you do! P-7 takes over, cleans v your master oven completely, electrically, in-2-3 hours! Baked-on grease and grime simply vanish, even in ridges and between coils! Saves you hours of tedious, messy oven-cleaning! The P-7 Oven is economical, too... costs less to operate than oven cleaners you now use! Two-Way Exhaust System whisks away cooking odors, heat, vapors, and smoke...from both cooktop and eye-hi oven! PLUS THESE FAMOUS americana FEA TURES, • Only 30" Wide • Rotisserie • Automatic Sensi-Temp® Unit • Dark Coppertone, Mix-or-Match Colors, or White. HARD TO BELIEVE? COME IN FOR A P-7 OVEN DEMONSTRATION! americana MODEL J-79S General Electric americana At a Low, Low Price! • Built-in Look, without Built- in Cost! » Family Size Oven! • Only 30" Wide! t Panorama- Window Oven! » Automatic Oven Timer! « Dark Copper- tone or White! (Shown with Base Cabinet JA60- optional at extra cost) - NAVE YOU NOTICED - THE NUMBER OF NEW HOMES IN ALGONA WITH GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES? MOST OF THE MAJOR CONTRACTORS IN THIS AREA — PON TIETZ, RAY JOHNSON, BUD ROBINSON, etc., PREFER G.E. IN THE HOMES THEY BUILD. North Iowa Appliance Center 310 E. State AlfMi, Iowa Pbme 2*4818 M • M I • • i I i

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