The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 28, 1939 · Page 26
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March 28, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Flowers for Home Decoration Are Featured LACK ADEQUATE HEAT As rmiuy :is 32 per cent of the dwelling units In the northeast section of the country and 40 per cent in the northwest are without central heating. Another Service . . . AUTOMOBILE LOANS · To buy 6 new car. · To buy a used car. · Reduce monthly payments on your present car. · Borrow m o n e y , using your present car as security. INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT First National Bank of Mason City, Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 70 YEARS OF SOUND B A N K I N G Wolf's Show Refrigerator N0W.FM THE FIRST TIME THE NEW 'OtW-FKSH SEAjT- SOLIE) «.(kSS PARTITIOV- DIV10ES THE CABINET INTO COMPARTMENT*. tmies ict ind mikes cold hire... it IKU COMTAKTMBrr I* REFRIGERATED DIRECTLY THKOUCH THE WALLS CEKIED MWISCIUTIMC- COILS. . The new "Cold \VM" rctriserator built by Frijridaire \vill be j Uie centra! theme of the Slier Wolf and Sons exhibit at the North loira Building and Home Furnishings show. The new principles of refrigeration embodied in the. Cold Wall refrigerator permit storage of even highly perishable foods days loiijer than before the ongmal freshness is prolonged, nutritional values are retained and Che peak fresh flavor saved. Fresh fruits and vegetables, even ivtieii tctpt on the open shelves, are said not to lose their attractiveness through wilting-, shrinhins or ciiuiisi-ijr color. Left-overs stay fresh and delicious even when not covered. . MORTGAGE LOANS: For the purchase or building of a home . '. . for refinancing an existing mortgage or contract. Many plans are available, with maturities up to twenty years and payments on a monthly, quarterly or semiannual amortization bneis. AUTOMOBILE LOANS: Finance, the purch;i£c of your next car at low rates here. New cars may be financed for any term up to 18 months . . . xisecl c-vs for any term up to 12 months. Applications given prompt aliemion. PERSONAL LOANS: To pay your doctor or dentist ... to meet taxes or insurance premiums ... to assemble your obligations in one place. Repayable in monthly installments to suit your income, at attractive nctes. VHA MODERNIZATION LOANS: For repairs, additions and improvements to home nnd business property, and for installation of permanent equipment. Repayments monthly, out of income, over a convenient period of time. FOR BUSINESS: Loa ns to mcct seasonal needs . . . to purchase inventory at advantageous limes . . . to in- stqll new machinery or equipment . . . to take rash discounts . . . and for oth- (·:- constructive purposes. F O R INDIVIDUALS: L o a n s a r e available here in any amount for any sound personal requirement, based on individual credit statement, endorsement or collateral. First National Bank OF MASON CITY, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 70 YEARS OF SOUND B A N K I N G Chimney Efficiency Depends on Height A large p;trt of Uie efficiency M H chimney is due to its height, "nd for this reason m;inv :suthor- I : :ies recommend SO to So feet as ·\ minimum height. Drafts in low chimneys arc ··ratio in their action, nnd 'inujih n chimney much lower fliim the recommended minimum -nav t? efficient ;it times, it will irohably be inconsistent. Any arbilrnry minimims have to be ··onpidered in the light of loca ·ronditionp. however, for over- 'longing tiros, the height of the -himney above the roof, and ill-oil!! prevalent winds can c:iu?e ·''Sturbance in the draft action. Serving North Iowa FHA LOANS i I Visit our boutu a.l the Buildinjr Show this wed;. See Jioiv easily .ami economically yon can blrlcl or buy your home on the FHA Plan. L. D.'BECKETT FORESTERS BUILDING Plione 877 I . Kemble's to Have Dinner Table Display The use of flowers for home ecoration will be the theme of lie Kemble's greenhouse exhibit it the North Iowa Building and Home Furnishing show. The eature of the booth display will )e a completely decorated din- ier table. Easter flower arrangements including lilies, hyacinths, tulips, ·jrimroses, hydrangeas and olh- ers will be the keynote of the Vagrant and colorful exhibit, iccording to Ray Whorley, man- ISIH-. Novelty displays and gut id~as ilso will be offered, he sn'd, vlth the entire emphasis on the .ome in accordance with the .hemo of the show, Filled to Ovcrflott-inff The bor-th will give only a small idea of the activities of he Kemble greenhouses, and VIr. Whorley invited those in- .erested to visit the greenhouses themselves at 1205 South Federal avenue to see the flowers and even vegetable planls which now crowd the glass buildings almost to overflowing. There are 6,000 rose bushes from which more than a million roses are cut each year, there are now 1,500 pots of Easter lilies wailing for the holiday trade and ciilla lilies already have thrust up stalely blooms in three colors, white, yellow and pink. One house is so filled with (he heavy odor of gardenias rowing on their bushes that the perfume is almost overpoxv- ering. In the same house are long tables filled with violet plants, the usually shy blossor-jS measuring an incli across, too. large to iiide beneath the leaves. Ready for Gardens Thousands of other plants are ready for the spring transfer to hundreds of gardens throughout Mason City and North Iowa. Pansies, petunias, snapdragons, zinnias, marigolds- salvia, geraniums and coleus are some of the more popular flowers that the florist will have well developed, some of thorn in bloom, when the earth is warm enough to receive them out of doors. More prosaic things also help to fill the greenhouses- Tomato, cabbage, pspper, cauliflower, broccoli, celery, eggplant and ground cherry plants are already green and ready for the kitchen garden as soon as the last trace of frost has left the ground and Ihe air. "Just See What We've Saved With Our Colonial Gas Air Conditioner" * CLEAN * HEALTHFUL * THRIFTY For home heating: that's clean, healthful, thrifty and completely automatic, this New Colonial Gas-Fired Air Conditioner provides every answer. We also carry a complete line of Coal Furnaces. Oil Furnaces s.nd Stokers. VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE BUILDING SHOW March 29-30-31 Colonial Furnace Co. Authorized Dealers of the Green Foundry and Furnace AVorks. Ies Moines, Iowa 408 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 961

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