The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 13
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V* < :j v •?;.r- -. .#;.i. . , •* rts It lasy to ' ':' ' ',••.••• * • ' . '•'•• Your home can be a cool retreat al) Summer With the versatile fans riow available, Let us solve your cooling problems the low- 'cost way with a modern electric fan. EXHAUST ATTIC WINDOW FANS Complete Installation & Servicing Pratt Electric CONSTRUCTION CO. 214 E. State St. Phone 170 If your doctor J you to'get an AIR CONDITIONER Find Out About the New PHILCO Advances for Better Health Full % H.P. Capacity Unmatched for Cooling and Mofsture Removal America's highest quality room air conditioner, here for '55 in draputtic new styling. Don't settle for jeaathHntamousPhilco design, performance and dependability. It's your assurance of utmost coiqfort in hot, humid weather, Pius True Automatic Temperature Control Kusps room temperature at de- smsfl level 'gt »4 times. Never "ovejcools. Never stops dehutnidi- tying. No noisy stops and starts, Priced As Low As $199.$S Relieves Heart Strain Caused by the Heat Helps You la Sleep Well Despite Hal Weather Guards You Against Lung Damaging Smog Gives Amazing Relief to Many Hay Fever Sufferer* Gives Needed Ventilation and Stale Air r COME IN... PHONE or MAIL COUPON FOft FREE BOOktfcY "7 hi- Wt'iitht;i- Without co»l or obligation on my port, pliat» »end m* Hw FREE booklet/ "Tin W«olhtr and Yew Health." I} Addr.w. u AL80HA REFRIGERATION Make Your Home Cool As A Mountain Retreat Your Summer Change With Doing something about the weather, instead* of just talking about it.^eems to be an age-old wotld-wide preoccupation of man. First came central heating. Now in addition to the warming of air during cool weather, we have the cooling, drying and conditioning of air during warnrr weather. And life, for the families- who have made the. warm air cool, has changed. • Keep the house cool and your salt pours freely, your crackers stay crisp, butter doesn't run and ice cream doesn't melt before it can be served, HousecleSning becomes a pleasure instead of a burden. The sticky, closed-in feeling fades away > and every one's temper is more normal. Everyone sleeps better and the day's work gets off to a brisk start. " The cooling, of- a house can be helped : along -in a number of ways: With the use of special screens to repel the sun's, rays.. With the use of color in house paints, also to repel heat from the sun (dark'colors on roofs and exterior walls absorb more heat, light colors less..) ; With awnings to shield windows and doors from the sun. With fans, small, medium and large, for floors, Windows and attics. With small air conditioners to cool a room and large air conditioners, part of the central heating system, to cool an entire house. ' People have been using fans, of one kind or another, for years. Awnings, too, are an old favorite/ And their cost is low. But the use of air conditioners in-homes has boomed since the end of World War II. In> the nine years since 1946, sales have multiplied 40 times. Last year, one million room air conditioning units were installed in homes throughout the nation, and some analysts predict that 1955 sales will increase 20 per cent over last year.' ' The secert of air conditioning's success probably lies in the fact that it doesn't just cool. .-It also washes, cleans,- purifies and dries the air. That's because the 'air we breathe today is not always clear and sparkling. While air conditioning • has reached many of the business and recreation places, it is becoming more and more a household util-s ity. ' /.._,'! No More "No Sleep" Nights Summer nights need not be sleepless nights. An electric window fan pulls put the heated air, replaces it with cool, fresh outd-jcr air after sundown. . Instead of lying awake, tossing in desperation, you relax into- restful sleep — undisturbed by noise, because fans like this are quiet as well as efficient. Fans bring you this kind-of comfort inexpensively. They don't cost much to buy — and 'cost but little to operate — and can even be equipped with a time swilc!) to turn them -off at a' .specific hour, after the hot air has been exhausted from the bedroom. Life Will A Cool Home Here's a hit'If you're about to remove a ceiling lighting fixture. Instead of sealing up the opening, install a ceiling fun that can throw considerable "light" on the subject of summer comfort. VICTIM William Feller, Remsen, was killed recently when a section of concrete culvert broke off and rolled into the ditch when he was working. He was employed by the highway department in Plymouth county. Swea City Mail At Dedication, Masonic Library By Mrs Emil Larson * Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mrs Harold Jones visited frpm''MpA- day until Wednesday last: week at the home of his brother, and wife, Dr. and Mrs Guy Jongs. Cedar Rapids. They timed-thei'v visit to attend the Grand Open* ing and dedication of the new Masonic Library Monday night, Mrs Jones ahd other wdrnen' who came with their husband^ went on a planned tour Tuesday to the Amana Colonies., -p - : . , 1 i •! , . Grant Club Activities The Grant Homemakers met Tuesday afternoon at . Grant school.' Luncheon hostesses were Mrs Roy Miller and Mrs Delmer Anderson, The Grant • Go-Getters 4-H Club met at the home of Mary Ann and Molly Bartolo for their June meeting. £• ' and children Cheryle and Larry attended the weddiftg and retention of Mr Torino's niece. Wanda Jean, -daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Nagle, Shurburn, Minn, to Wayne Smith, son of Mr ahd Mrs Rex Smith of Granada, Minn, at the Methodist Church Sunday, June 19, at 7:30 p.m. Cheryle Torine sang the "Lord's Prayer" at her cousin's wedding and acted as a waitress at the reception. ,, The newlyweds will make theh* home in Fairmont, where both are employed. Called By Death Mr and Mrs John W. Thompson left Wednesday morning for Georgia in response to a call of the sudden death of her father, Mr Thomas Brown, .53, of MoUl.- trie, Georgia. Mrs Leo Guerdett returned home Saturday after being a patient the past, week 'at Holy Family hospital at .Estherr ville. . Evelyn Mino and Arnold Ramse attended Junior Red Cross camp near Boone last week. Mr and Mrs Reubin Oklson of Cherokee came Saturday and were overnight guests at Edith and Myrtle Molinders. They also called on friends, the E. E. Thompsons and Mrs J. E. Harner. Mr and Mips Lester Osborri and children and Mr and -Mrs Virgil Jensen and children drove to Luverne, Minn. Sunday morning .to attend a picnic of Mrs Osborn's kinfolk coming from Alexandra, S. D, Dr". Firman A. Early, profes* sor at the Baptist College, Sioux Falls, was speaker at the .Baptist Church Sunday morning iff the absence of Rev. Beal. Dr. Early was a dinner guest at trie Walter Mino home. -Rev. and MrSj Everett Beal and small son. Larry,] are on two weeks vacation. Mr and Mrs Glenn Clark and children Billy and Mary, and her. father, Wm. Barger, were Sunday visitors at the. home of sister and daughter and her husband, Mr and Mrs Frank A. Waid, Charles City. Mrs Virgil Jensen and Mrs Lenis Peterson attended a mis- ceflaneaus shower for Mrs Richard Krumm Jr. at the Lutheran Church • parlor in Armstrong, Monday 'night. " r Mrs James Dolan and son, Michael and her parents, Mr and Mrs Hohn of Ringsted were a week ago Sunday visitors with relatives "in Fort Dodge and to visit Mrs Dolari's son Jim, who attended Fort Dodge Junior College. Mrs Faye Boehme of Alhombni, Calif, recently fell in her apartment, and suffered a broken hip bone. She is formerly from Eagle township. Mrs Earl Preston was hostqss to the Baptist Guild at her humu Friday afternoon. Mrs Minnie Cole of Esthervillo returned home Sunday* ,after spending five days at the home of Mrs Walter Peterson, The Petersons and Mrs Cole called on Mrs Bessie Peterson of Bancroft Thursday afternoon at the Buffalo Center hospital where she was a patient. Mr and Mrs Francis Torinc ft- iWPpf ft. Phone Y 00 YOU SliSf* IN AN Jf the heat is keeping you awake, come in and talk to us about a new 1955 ftCA Air Conditioner. You'll be surprised how easy it is to own one. We'll fi* the terms to suit your convenience an4 give you immediate installation. Don't put up with aiwther steamy, sleepless night. Come in or phone today. £«• th« tuw 1955 *C4 4/r DENE'S RADIO 4ND TV 112N. Moore St. Phone 2I5-W Fans Belong In Home Decoration Fans today fit .in with the decor of a room like a fine piece of furniture. In color and design, the hjave been produced by the most skilled industrial designers SWEAT! so as to offer beauty as we»i us efficiency. A modern ceiling fan, for example, is a far cry from the old paddle Wade ceiling fans that once graced restaurants and hotel rooms. This kind ot Jan fUS in with the decorative schemes* of the finest types of homes. for Your Information! Because of an increasing interest in home cooling, the merchants advertising here are presenting to you, their customers, a helpful analysis! of what to ex- AIR CONDITIO our Thurtday, June 23, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes- 5 pect and look for in -determining the right unit or;units for your home or office* May your summer at home be "as cool as a mountain retreatl" UDM ClanifUd* Pay Dividend* TRAMPLED Twelve year old Elona Jones w,as badly mauled and trampled by a steer, at PaUllina recently. The*" child had wandered into an alley-way at the sales pavilion and was trampled before she could reach the fence. We Will Be Most Happy To Give You All The Latest Facts on Air- Condition- Home Or Commercial Irons HEATING & PLUMBING 8J2 East McGregor Phone 523.W This Summer With Chrysler Airtemp ROOM Air Conditioners All Vital BenefifTof Air Conditioning! You control the comfort zone when you own a Chrysler Alr- ternp Room Air Conditioning unit. It cools, filters, circulates, ventilates and also dehumidifies — all in one single operation — when you. are resting, working, or haying your friends in for that evening gathering. • • For a free estimate on cooling your home with a Chrysler Air- temp Hoqm Air Conditioner see Algona Plumbing & Heating Co. Phone 1137 Rear ol Consumers [til JU Don't Sizzle This Summer Why swelter and suffer this summer when you can live In cool comfort with one of our versatile fans — and for so IIHle, tool * KEEP COOL! BUY NOW i BE HAPPY! Have the wgother you want, when you want it '" \ '. - • - , ^ All Kinds- All Makes - All Prices • General Electric • Sterling • Handy Breeze • Polar,Cub • ; Dominion f Westinghouse $4.95 to $69.95 HARDWARE Your Hardware Siore On The North Side of Ihe Street ALGONA USERS OF NATURAL GAS ATTENTION! SERVE L YEAR-ROUND AIR-CONDITIONING If You Are Heating With-Natural Gas, You Can Air- Condition with Natural Gas. SERVEL Yeat-'Round Air* Conditioning Has No. Moving Parts, No, Maintenance. Operates on Your Precept Natural Gas Line. Gives New Comfort to Your Home and Family! ASK US ! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. DOES IT i perry Gas Co. ALGONA

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