The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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CORPORATION AND YOUR ALGONA MERCHANTS ON THESE PAGES He Likes Pfesenf, Too DON'T FORGET THE GROOM I Generally, while all the bride-to-be's showers" are taking place, he's home biting his fingernails or at the movies. But it's a nice gesture (and pleases lh* ( lady) la include something in the "shower" for, him. No, that s not a hanging rope the clerk is demonstrating in the picture ... the guy's loo far gone for that. Friendship, Your Guide To Giving Unless you ere invited lo both wedding and reception, only the strength of your friendship with either bride or groom can tell you whether you should give a wedding present. If either of the couple is a fairly close relative or a dear friend, it is customary to send a gift even if you are unable to attend the festivities. Bride's Hobbies Good Guide To Right Gifts Shower the bride's hobbies — and watch them grow. Whether she plans to live in the country, or city, it's practically pre-ordained that the bride will develop a green thumb. Give her plants, window boxes, bulbs, vases, flower pots, wall plant holders, garden tools. Who knows, she may name a new dahlia after you. If she's an outdoor girl, what ebout a compass, sports watch, flashlight? And the diversified new picnic equipment — insulated jugs, barbecue grills, insulated bags — is almost a "must" these days. If entertaining is her special delight, shower her with stainless steel flatware for the dining table, ice bucket or cocktail shaker, chafing dishes, cigarette accessories, snack tables, bridge chairs and table, corn popper . . . the gift list is as long as she'll be able to make her guest list. Whatever the bride's hobby, she'll appreciate your remembering with gifts that indulge both it and her. The Bride Just Loves SUNBEAM GIFTS QUESTION: Next To The Groom What Do Brides Want Most ? = H (Sunbeam COFFEE MASTER Makes 1 to 10 perfect cups of coffee every time. Correct water temperature, agitation and brewing time controlled automatically. Solid copper vdsscl for most efficient heat conduction. Nickel and chrome plated for lasting beauty. Will not corrode. = = = = « = = TOASTER Patented RADIANT CONTROL gives uniform toast whether bread is thick or thin, frozen or fresh, rye or white. ANSWER: 8TIAM OR DRY IRON Exclusive ''Steam Flow Vents" let you iron on allover cushion of rolling steam for faster, better ironing than ever before. F l IB J B ngidaire 'Sheer Look' APPLIANCES V/AFHi BAKER ft GRIU Only the Sunbeam operates with Radiant Control. That's why it makes BOTH Perfect waffles tod srjlled sandwiches, if welt as bacon, eggs, pancakes, etc. And YOU GET SUNBEAM BRIDES GIFTS AT BEECHER LANE APPUANCES NOTE TO NEWLY-WEPS AND THOSE-TQ-BE-WEP.- Why be satisfied with just an "average" kitchen . . . when you can have the wonderful things Frjgidaire has to offer? Frigidaire has electric refrigerators, food freecers. ranges, automatic washers and dryers, dishwashers, ajl with thai superb new "squartd-up" look — the SHEER LOOK! Take just one, pr all of tnem. We'll work U out with you. And you'll have a set-up that will be a sensation i Trusting to Hear From You 55 S3 = — ~ ~ BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES "Th« Wildest Trader In Town" ^^^^^^^^^^^Mr^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^v^^^^^^^^^HHHHHMMHHHlilMHIIillNltiM Thank You So Much! Smart Bride Registers With Stores Stainless Steel "Rates" HAPPY GIRL 1 Who'd ever Ihink that after the glorious honeymoon is over, and things settle down, she'd have to do anything so prosaic as "ironing." But girls who marry have a practical side, too, realizing that they might have to see that the "old man" looks presentable when he goes io work. That's why practical gifts like these are so welcome. Basis Of The "Home" - Some Good Appliances One of the most practical and modern ideas that emerges from the welter of romantic and traditional wedding preparations is the store gift registry. Every wise bride-to-be today checks on her local facilities and, just as soon as the day is set, hurries along to register. At the store, a trained salesgirl will help the bride choose the tableware, kitchenware and other house- wares of her preference and will note the designs and colors and other relevant details. All friends and relatives seeking advice on the perplexing problem of "what-to-give" can tactfully bo referred to the registry, where they will get discreet guidance on what has already been bought and what the bride really needs and wants. The gift registry assists beautifully in shower plans. The guests decide ahead of time how much to contribute. One of the gals usually gets elected to handle all details. APPRECIATION! Happy notes with nice gifls, such as this lifetime stainless steel knife set, give a warm feeling to the prospective bride. She can show her gratitude by writing thank you notes as soon as possible. The days when a girl started married life over a wash-tub and scrub-board are pas*. . . . and well they should be No marriage ever owed its success to wash-board back and red, chapped hands. Today, also, the ice-man is gone. Not that he was a very bad fellow, but he always kept tracking up the kitchen with sawdust. No —- today in 1957, a home starts up on an efficient basis — with both kitchen and laundry equipment so that Milady can get the household chores out of the way, with time for a leisurely visi t with other ladies at the super-market. There, while chatting, our heroine orders a beef quarter, which is easily tucked away at home in the freezer. Washing? That's a breeze! And exciting, too! The little lady just throws in the clothes, turns the dials, takes off, and lo and behold! the laundry is did. Poor old husband John — he's slaving away at work for all these things but then that's life in June, 1957. TO YOUNG COUPLES JUST STARTING HOUSEKEEPING: There's Nothing In The World Finer Than Maytag Twins One way to 'truo love' forever is lo start with MAYTAG — automatic clothes dryer and automatic washer (with built-in Suds-Saver). These machines will still be with you when yOu are grand-parents I NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER Wedding Gifts The bride and groom can use on their HONEYMOON end throughout their life together: •»!••••• I I M""""^ 111^1111110111111111111111111111111^ *• Philco Super REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER Brownie Movie Camera f/2.7 UN* g $2995 = = CAMERAS and PHOTO EQUIPMENT i § We feature a complete line of 1 = = s cameras, movia cameras, mov- = 1 »e projectors, color slide cam- 1 | eras, fijm (black & white and | 1 color), camera supplies and I g photographic equipment. Fa- fj g movis nationally •* advertised I brand* at modest price*. i Rusk's CAMERA CORNER i SE s t£ il With 38 DEGREE ZONE IDEAL FRESH STORAGE ZERO ZONE IPEAl FROZEN STORAGE- HERE'S WHAT THE PHILCO SUPER MARKETER OFFERS: Huge 5.1 cu.-ft. freezer below and a full-ii»e 8,5 c«, ft. automatic defrost refrigerator above . . . all in one space, saving cabinet only 31W inches wide . . , Nevr 33 deare* Zone Meat Locker . . . Display-All — Dairy Bar Poor wiiJt waist-high Pull-Down Crisper . . . |elf,Servie» Fl«»*tr Popy ... GUde-out Freezer Baike*.., smart gsatorw eofer inj«rio4r . . , AND in white or the\ery color you want to match your kitchen I Small Down Payment & lasy Terms on Balance ALGONA REFRIGERATION South Phillip. Street *»,,,. Tr. H, „,« .i,..

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