The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 46
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"Operation Home Improvement" '56 Is the Year to Fix! Algeria (Id.) Upper DM MoiftW Tueftdciy, February 21, 19S4 HEW CABINET STYLES SAVE TIME, LABOR GET SET FOR AIR CONDITIONING v AT MftlXTMCMT. (Lennox cooling units use same blower «nd duett • : as the *i* Lennox heating systerh you buy) HKATINO SPREADS WARMTH TO- [VERY CORNER OF YOUR HOME! No cold Corners, hit Icebox rooms • with Lennox Perlma-flo Heating. It starts from the outside walls- works in 1 Fills rooms with fresh, clean, humidified air that's always' the perfect temperature. It's the finest In warm air htating—quiet, automatic; costs very (Mel PLUMBING & HEATING Algona, Iowa Strictly in keeping with tills modern age of functional streamlining is the inherent attractiveness and efficiency of the latest advancements in steel kitchen cabinets. Every time and laborsaving arrangement imaginable s available in the up-to-date •>leel kitchen. The long-lasting, maintenance- fee steel cabinets and the appliances and electrical devices jalore are styled for beauty, too —for today's home owner wants he kitchen equipment he purchases to be nice to look at as veil as functional. Thus, everything that goes iri- o the basic steel kitchen is not >nly the key to convenience but niso is the nucleus of the decora- ivc plan. It^ makes no difference what the decorative plan is, either. Today's steel cabinets, with heir amazing variety of styles and modular sizes and colors, loo, are adaptable to any decor, ny size room, any pocketbook. Appearance Plus Efficiency. The newest in modern appliances are built-in ovens and ranges and, the latest, refrigerators. All of these things fit beautifully with steel cabinets, not only in appearance but in installation. Steel cabinets today are bting styled to house such built- ir.s, to furnish the handy storage space that's desirable above, below, and adjacent to such appliances. The curved line is an important element of modern design and steel cabinets offer that, too, in rounded-door units, open-shelf and cabinets and what-not shelves that give a real touch of individuality to any kitchen. Such cabinets are available as standard units, for use on the wall or floor. A pcpular part of today's kitchen also is the peninsula or island arrangement, which may be a snack bar, work table, maybe even a. location fort ttiS sink or rfftige..' Such stylings <afl easily planned With steel cabinets. .„;, The : simple extension of.... a counter top between a pair of table-height steel base cabinets provides a convenient kitchen "office" desk for the homemakers, ideal for menu and i budget figuring and other ally tasks, * Modern Conveniences. Steel cabinets offer variety of appearance, with glass-paneled or sliding plate glass doors in well units, permitting display of lovely china and glassware. Wall cabinets can be obtained, too, with sliding translucent *glas.l doors, if desir&d. Ahtt the key area of youf kitchen, the .sink, can be equipped as a diversified; storage center with modern steel undersink c&binets. * Inside the steel cabinets of t6» day the conveniences^-tood mixer shelves, rotary shelves, flbui- sifters, virtually any time-saving devices—are amazingly varied and the drawer and shelf arrangements are adaptable to any j kitchen storage problem. Be "Wonderlands" LIGHT YOUR ENTRANCE Proper lighting at the entrance , of the home is an important safe- j ty consideration. Pictured iabove is Ihe beautiful "Built-in Oven" (at ri§ht) and "BuilMn Outface Burners" designed and manufactured by General Electric. Not* the added work space ptovided on both sides of the Surface Unit, a feature of. the "Built- in Look." North Iowa Sewing Machine and Appliance Co. is the local G. E. Dealer. Insulation Means Economy, Comfort Insulation not only reduces the temperature of the home during the warm weather -rfiontlhs but, ovef a period of years, it actually pays for itself in fuel savings. ' •„•''•-•• .' ' It is estimated that fuel consumption may be 'reduced from 20% to 40% depending upon the kind, amount and cotnple-teness of the insulation. -rr, ..» u_~ Built-in Units Available Hei*e If you're planning to -remodel your kitchen this spring, be sure to see the very latest ideas in BUILT-IN OVENS AND RE-" FRIGERATORS. In Algona, the General Electric built-in refrigerators and ovens are handled by North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. and Frigidaire ovens by Beecher Lane Appliances. Hollywood, Universal and Roper Ovens are available at North Central Public Service Co. (Headline written too quickly.) HOW ABOUT DONKEYS AND ELEPHANTS? Lions Interested In Buying .Tigers. — Toledo (Ohio^ Times. new designs colors NOW YOU CAN BEAUTIFY YOUR ICITCHEM AND BATHROOM FLOORS & PAY LATER! : SPECIAL! : Inlaid * / j Roll- */3 OH •Ends Wa!IT:-Wall COVERINGS! 9 INLAIDS C PLASTICS 9 PRINTS e«eee*eeeeeeeee*«»e**t I" Armstrong EXCELON TILE Before you go to work, play the record and follow the picture stpj-y in the album. This step-by-step procedure will show you the right way to do it ... and the right way is the EASY wayl This record album free with your purdyjse of Armstrong SPATTER® TILE. WE HAVE OUH OWN INSTALLATION SEUVICE 40"' ANNIVERSARY in CASH prizes 147 winners IMPROVEMENT CONTEST Official Headquarters combining • a complete planning service • famous brands • and Better Homes & Gardens DO-IT _ YOURSELF We're fiappy to be one of thp parli-jipants in ••OPERATION HO!\1E IMPHOVEAIENT"! We vvrdially invite you to come in and talk over with us your REMODELING OR BUILDING PLANS. Remember, IF'YOU FIX IN '")(), you PAY NO MONEY DOWN' AND HAVE 3 YEARS TO PAY :: ! We are prtjnr'ed to handle any prajcd you hive in mind—LAR(JE or small! *ui> to $2,500 CO., ALGONA $ KOr'SUTH COUNTY'S NEWEST AND MOST CO.MPLKTK \ ARI)

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