The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
Page 14
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= 1 Louis Kelley of the Kelley Lumber Co. always makes his customers feel at home. Here, Bob and Karen are comfortably seated in the living room of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley's beautiful home looking at/a set of blueprints. Building a new home could possibly be the most important purchase of their lifetime, so Bob and Karen listened as Mr. Kelley explained financing, selection of plans, individual features and actuar construction of selected materials and finally turning over the keys. Kelley Lumber Company's business is building . . . building a following of satisfied customers. Bob Watson, home decorating consultant at Read's Rurniture, showed Karen and .Bob swatches of the latest fabrics available for use on fine home furnishings. Mr. Watson, who joined the staff at Read.'s recently, specializes in solving home decorating problems - either at the store or in the customer's home. While at Read's Karen and Bob also got a chance to look at fine quality carpeting, bedroom suites, lamps, cedar chests and a complete line of accessories for the home. Living room suites at Read's range from Early American to the latest sectional arrangements. Stop at Read's for your home furnishing needs. i ' * Lumber Co AD'S FURNITURE CARPET ALGONA - SEXTON - OTTOSEN CY 4-4482 111 North Hall Street Algona Karen and Bob stopped in at Graham's complete department store and chatted with Manager Brail Wright, who is shown above as he pointed out the many fine features of Lady Pepperell bed sheets and pillow cases. Graham's, where you will find brand name linens, yard goods, dishes, decorative items, women's and children's wear, is staffed by some of the friendliest clerks you will find anywhere — and they are always happy and willing to serve your every need. (jrahams The latest RCA Victor color television set on the market got a lot of attention from Karen and Bob at Tom's Radio and TV. Knowing that practically everyone nowadays has a radio and TV set in their home, Karen and Bob spent some time dreaming about the many portable, console and combination television sets and the neat, compact transistor radios shown on the wall above the color set in the photo. Tom's is headquarters for black and white TV sets and radios of all types - and he has outfits that will serve you for years at a price that will meet your approval. He also specializes in service. TOM'S RADIO &TV 112 North Moore Street SALES AND .SERVICE CY 4.3260 , Algona r

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