Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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for remodeling ventures Barents, the Louis Lammers, 3raettinger, her sister* the Etnil Oeltjeiibfufts, Mountain Lake; Minn., and Mrs. •Darletie Tenborg, Anacortes, Calif. Mrs. Tenborg, who has been a visitor at the Andre home for sev- eral "days rehirne'd to Graettinger with her, parehts > • the La rumen ' The Lyle frewells were Sufi- day guests of the Ted Jensens. The Jensens took the Newells to Fairmont Tuesday where they were to take a plane to Sioux Falls and fly to 4?hoefiix# Ariz., where hef pafefits, tfte F. C. -Preuls, have teen spending the winter. Before return* ing .they ,will -go to California tb visit Lyle's brother. The New* AU6NA (lows) ADVAMC&-4 f HUMBAY, MAKCH & ells will bring the Pretlte b*ck .with ,them, driving the I»feuli car. 1 REMODEL TO MAKE a homemaker's corner, is the sue- WOOD BEAM EFFECT can ;be achieved in remodeling gestion here. Light-toned hardwood paneling follows current projects through "Vinylfold," vinyl-surfaced hardboard that decorating trends. Pattern shown is Glen Oak, which retails for folds into the shape of a beam. Complementary to wall panel- approximately 15 dollars, for a four by eight foot, quarter-inch ing. * he beams come in lengths of 12, 14 and 16 feet. Apply to panel. It's Weklwood prefinished plywood paneling by U. S. ceilings of plaster, drywall or ceiling tile by nailing to furring Plywood. strips. . Consult bank When the money for renovating is not in hand, the homeowner can find a wide variety of loans for improving his property available at most full-service banks. Before he takes the plunge, his banker can advise him on the following points: 1. Whether the proposed investment is realistic in proportion to the value of the property. (There is little point, for example, in adding a $3,000 greenhouse to a $10,000 summer bungalow.) 2. The approximate price range of the proposed improvement. (Contractors' offers differ. The bank will be able to give a reliable range, and may even supply the names of reputable contracting firms.) 3. The probability of a loan .which will cover cost of improvement. (This depends upon credit rating and expandable .income — that is, the amount of money left over after fixed living expenses are covered.) Sentral girls get trip to the state tourney Seneca — The Sentral school girl's basketball squad, managers, cheerleaders, and coaches attended the state girl's tournament in Des Moines. Girls attending were Jean Germann, Hollee Krause, Linda Ullens- wang, Vickie Elmers, Candace Vaudt, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Nancy Geitzenauer, Cindy Lockwood, Susan Blanchard, Becky Brandow, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Linda Hanna, Carol Jones, Pam- ela Tippee, Teresa Voigt, Delana Votteler, Betty Wehrspann, and Cheryl Berkland. Team managers are Janell Newbrough and Bonnie Geitzaneur. Larry Paulson and Jim Woltz are coaches, and Don Blanchard, scorekeeper, accompanied the team. ter, John Johannesens.and.JHeji- ry Loofts. AT FUNERAL SERVICE Funeral services were held recently at Armstrong for John Flier, 86, father of Mrs. Robert Bur,t and Mrs. Leo Guerdet. Mr. Flier had been in failing health for some time. Mrs. Flier died in 1949. A son, the Ralph Fliers, Turtle Lake, Wis., a daughter, the Elwin Fishers, the Lester Fliers, and a nephew, the Richard Fliers, Goodland, Minn., attended the funeral. HAS 77TH BIRTHDAY Martin Wilberg was honored on his 77th birthday March 6, at a dinner at his son, the Jerry Wilbergs:- Otherxguests included the Bill Helgens, Roches- Complete Building Service' 1 The Curtis Olsens attended a birthday party,Sunday at their daughter the Everett Zitteriohs, Ten-ill, for Joel's 3rd birthday and La Velle's 6th birthday. The Herb Krauses and Herbie Krauses, Cedar Falls, were last Sunday guests of the Otis Englands, Ringsted. The Otis Englands, who spent a month on a trip to Florida, thence to southern California and Mexico, returned home recently. Margaret Nielsen, who teaches at Pocohantas, recently visited her parents, the Carl W. Nielsens. Sunday they attended the baptism of their grandson and nephew, Jon Leonard, son of the Ordean Grants, at the Red Oak Lutheran church at Austin, Minn. The Herbert Krauses and daughters, and Candace Vaudt were guests of the Otis Eng- lands March 3 at Storm Lake for their wedding anniversary. Other guests included the Rev. Stanley Hansens, Exira, and Paul Hutchinson and Pam, Ringsted. Sunday dinner guests of the Kenneth Andres included her Saving For That flew Home? TALK IT ««ERr We can ;help make that "Dream Home",a reality. Save where your money goes further — does more — to insure a confident future. STOP IN ANYTIME. We're Here To Serve You! Current Anticipated Dividend 4.125% Home Federal Savings & Loan Association All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 ..- v; Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st' r ^ > SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA .All Savings Accounts Insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. The all-new 3-bedroom home (pictured above) is a 2-level structure which features a built-in kitchen with birch cabinets and formica post-form countertop. It has a large living room, 2 baths and 6 roomy closets with sliding doors. The finished family room and a heated garage are on the lower level. Located at 114 West Kennedy, it is on a paved street complete with curb and gutter. This home, built by Rowley Builders, is open for your inspection. - Available in May — After 5:30 Phone 295-5323 SEE US FOR: DOORS & WINDOWS CABINETS ALWAYS EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ROWLEY Builders & Supply ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-5323 LET US FIGURE IN YOUR NEW HOME PLANS! T---"•'•'•-? f»: <•» • k: \\ This home in the Country Club area offers a beautiful view of the surrounding countryside. Of split-level design, it has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths plus Vi bath, living room, dining room, completely built-in kitchen with many new innovations, family room, rec. room, fireplace and double garage. The lovely home featured above was specially designed and constructed by us to provide beauty plus convenience. It has 2 bedrooms, dining room, living room, den, IVz baths, built-in kitchen, and finished basement. WE SPECIALIZE IN GENERAL CONTRACTING, REMODELING, COMMERCIAL & FARM BUILDING Phone 295-2297 RAY E. JOHNSON, Contractor 204 NORTH MAIN -H-H-H-HUM'i'H' ALGONA, IOWA .•t^fcH^frfrH^W******^^ H» III I H H I l\"l II I I I'M

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