The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1956 · Page 34
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1956
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(lo.) Upp«f Oe* M«lrt*i Tuasdoy, April 3, 1956 Mental Health Apr. 5 Theme At Livermore Liveftnor*—Mental Health will be the theme of the County meeting" of the Women's clubs of Humboldt County when they meet here in the Legion Hall on April 5, with the Equality club of Livermore as the hostess club. The guest speakers will be Mrs E. J. Hcnnings, sixth district director of Arcadia, la., who will speak on "On This We Build" at 11:15, and Mrs George Pallison, noted educator and speaker of Ringsted, la. whose topic for the one o'clock speech is "Time." Registration will occur between eightHhirty and nine-fifteen. Mrs Carl Fleming of Renwick will give the opening meditation. There will be a .twelve o'clock luncheon served in the Legion Building by the local Auxiliary. Mrs Viola Thompsen of Bode is in charge of special music numbers which will be presented during the day. Each club president will give a report of the activities of her group and there will bo reports of various council meetings held during the year Club Hostess Mrs Francis Murphy was hostess to tho Just For Fun club members at a 1 o'clock dessert luncheon at her home Wednesday afternoon. Auction bridge was the afternoon's diversion. High prize went to Mrs Elmer Gronbach. second high to Mrs Norman Scott, who was a guest, and traveling prize to Anna Altman. Frog Hollow Club The Frog Hollow Club was entertained at the home of Mrs Alfred Smith Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Earl Manning Co-hostess. The business meeting was conducted by the president. They celebrated the birthday of Mrs bmith. Games were played during the afternoon and prizes were awarded to Mrs Earl Manning, Mrs Alice Hanifan. The hostesses served refreshments .to the group. Delta Dek Hostesses Mrs Edna "Bowes and Mrs Edith Johnson entertained the Delta Dek Club members at' their home Friday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served after the arrival of guests. .Following the luncheon auction bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Martin Milier, second high to Mrs Harry Clark ard traveling prize to Mrs Francis Murphy. Guests were Mrs Martin Miller, Mrs Rose Smith and Mrs Elmer Gronbach. Supper guests Sunday evening at the Zeak Smith homo were Mr arid Mrs Milo Smith and daughter of Britt, Mrs Sylvia Weaver of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Harold Manser and family of Algona. Mr jjnd Mrs Lawrence Houck received word of the birth of a daughter Wednesday, March 21 to Mr and Mrs Bill Eaton at Detroit, Mich. Mrs Eaton is the former Lovelle Houck, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Houck Mrs Houck left Sunday evening to spend two weeks with her daughter in Detroit. Mr and Mrs Norman Sc6H entertained their customers to free coffee and doughnuts and gave away a thousand baby chicks Tuesday. They operate the Scott Produce house. Mr and Mrs John Olson have returned from Fort Sill, Okla., where they took their daughter- in-law, Mrs Maurice Olson. While gone they visited Mr and Mrs Max Grover at Fort Sill, and with Eldon Hoag at Memphis, Tenn. and at the home of Mr and Mrs Bill Smith at Rock Island, 111. Their granddaughter, Jody Smith,, accompanied' them home for a visit. Dinner guests Sunday at the Dave Fisher home were Mr snd Mrs Emmet Lomer and son of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Harold Hansen and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ivan Rasmussen in Swca ty. Mr and Mrs Fred Gugis- 3erg of Renwick were also there. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of Mr Rasmussen and Fred Gugisberg. Mrs Hanscn is a sister to Mr Rasmussen. Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Fisher home in Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Tom Taylor and family of Bradgate were Sunday dinner guests at the Bert Schwendemann home. Mr and Mrs C. A. Weiss of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Vernon Hohenberger were Sunday evening visitors at the Dave Coleman home. Nancy Mackintosh, who is attending Morningside College in Sioux City, spent Easter weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh. Mrs Dave Fisher spent a few days last week visiting her daughter, Mrs Emmet Lomer, and family at Eagle Grove. Claude Lawrence of Webster City called on Livermore friends heie Tuesday. He was the former editor of the Livermore Star. Mrs Frank Cox visited Friday at the home of her nephew, Richard Marso and family in Humboldt. Mrs Zeta Walsh and family of California came Thursday to be with her mother, Mrs Gertrude Boyd, who underwent surgery Friday at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Her brothers, Virgil and family of Chicago, 111. and Mclvin of Waterloo also came to be w^th their mother. Mr and Mrs Fred Pooch went to St. Paul, Thursday to attend the funeral services of Mrs Pooch's father, Mr. I. Morris, who passed away at a St. Paul hospital Wednesday. Mr Morris was a former M. and- St. L. depot agent here and has visited his daughter here many times. He was over eighty years of ago at the time of his death. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady Jr. and son of Fort Dodge spent the weekend at the home of his sister, Mrs Alfred Smith and family. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady were Sunday evening supper guests at the Alfred Smith home. Jerry Stiles, who is running an Insurance agency at Nora Springs, spent Sunday here with his wife and family. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Layton and daughter visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs W. L. Layton, at Gilmore City. Mrs Dorothy Malkmus and Katie were supper guests Saturday evening at the Pete Malkmus home. Mrs Chris Madsen, Sandra, •Joan and Clyde visited Sunday with Mrs Madsen's parents, Mr and Mrs C. E. Weiss at Mallard. Mrs Harold Frederick and her niece, Mrs Ed Reimers of Fenton accompanied Dorothy Hun- dertma'rk and Ruth Thorsen of Ottosen to Cedar Rapids Friday .where they visited their cousins, Mrs Elsie Gay and Mrs E. A. Newton. Mrs Reimers visited her brother, Herbert Holmes, and family at Marion. Mrs Clark Entertains Mrs Harry Clark opened, her home to the Contract Club members and entertained at a one o'clock luncheon. This was followed by contract bridge. High prize in contract went to Mrs Ted Wagner, second high to Mrs George Lenert/ and traveling prize to Mrs Jessamine Miller. Mrs Joe Sanders was an invited guest. The Adult Fellowship of the Methodist church was entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Stoddard Monday eve. After the business meeting the Bible Study was conducted by the Rev. Robert Kessinger. One circle of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church sponsored a food sale and other articles at the Foreman Implement house? Saturday, March 31, Mr and Mrs Eugene Sweeney and daughter of Britt visited Sunday with her mother. Mrs Jessie Olson, her sister, Mrs Guy Raney, and with his brother, Pste and sister, Florence Sweeney. The Eastern Star School of Instruction will be held here Wednesday, April 4th, in the Legion Hall. Mrs Elwood Rum- mens of Livermore will be the instructor. The Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs Helen Dowers, plans to be here. A 6:30 pot luck supper will be served in the Presbyterian church dining room, Guests Sunday evening at the John O. Hansen home were Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanscn and family of Duncombe, Mr and Mrs John R. Hansen Jr., and family of Humboldt, and Mr and Mrs Irvin Layman and daughter Lois of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs George Foth attended the funeral services of their granddaughter, Julie Thul, the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Thul at the Hamilton Funeral Home in Algona Thursday afternoon. The baby died Wednesday morning at her home. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady were Easter dinner guests of their daughter-in-law. Mrs Robert McCrady, in Fort Dodge. Relatives here have received word that Guy Trauger is quite ill in a California hospital. A son was born Wednesday March 28 to Mr and Mi.s Marvin Gronbach at tho Lutheran hospital in Fort Podge. He has been namei Wayne. Mr Gronbach is the son of Mr and Mrs Elmei Gronbach and Mrs Gronbach is the former Bernice Weiss, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. A. Weiss of Beaver Township. Kathryn Beardslcy, who is at- tcndinfi' A.l.B. in DCS Moines, spent Easier here with her parents, Pr. and Mrs R. W. Beard- si vv. Mr *jMi m? £4 TH'itey* oi St. Jyc were Saui'day i-vrning vhn- tois at the Alvia LencrU IKUJK-. i We'll Extend The Cash On A Low-Cost Home Improvement Loan '• DECIDE WHICH walls to "push out." Bring in your contractor's estimate. We'll take care of all details, provide the funds. You'll repay in low,' never-missed monthly payment'' HOME FEDERAL SAVSNGS & LOAN ASS'N. ,,X ... for beautiful washable walls .. * for woodwork to match ,.. there's no paint like Ready to use, it glides on smooth as velvet ovei plaster, wood, previously painted surfaces and wallpaper. It's easy to get beautiful decoration in your homa with wonderful SUPER KEM/FONE— even if you've never painted before! $189 (0«*p C» _ . Gal. ID {lightly High*;) OOBBIOUI COLOU .STORES / 56 HOME IMPROVEMENT TIME! WEEKLY "FIX-UP" IDEAS Custom-Made KITCHEN FIXTURES BATHROOM FIXTURES * Cabinet Work Of All Kinds Donovan CABINET SHOP When You Think of FLOORS — WALLS Think of Us! We have a Skilled Service for the Most Modern Treatment of Floors and Walls. Designing and Laying ALGONA FLOOR SERVICE For Estimates Phone 1040 Home Decorating! • PAINTING • DECORATING • PAPER HANGING FREE ESTIMATES RELIABLE DECORATORS Milo Rentz ' — Kermil Forbes Phone 698 or 1194, Algona* Consult Us At . No Obligation! MILLER Lumber Co. ERGEN& WEBSTER FOR THE VERY BEST IN Painting & Decorating Phone Leo Mergen — 562-J Merle Webster — 756 Algona, Iowa ^^L . . . and we can help! We have a complete line of Sherwin-Williams paints, asphalt shingles, insulation, siding materials and lumber. We'll be most happy to discuss your home improvement plans with you. KELLEY Lumber Company if \a t/p| HEADQUARTERS Lot Algona's most complete hardware store help you with your home improvement problems — iclectric and plumbing supplies— hand and power tools—"Jannsy- Best" Pajnls and Varnishes. Hall-Strahorn Hardware Local Dealers Help Owners Home owners will find friendly service and helpful advice when they visit local merchants specializing in home modernizing products and services. They arc experts in their respective fields', so take advantage of their years of experience wnen seeking solutions to your remodeling or redecorating problems. They can suggest low-cost ways to make your present home more comfortable and attractive am furnish the information you wil need to arrange financing for vour projects. Whether you are in the market fcr major 'structural changes or merely simple redecorating, these local merchants will be glad to offer all the help they can. Let them give you estimates en jobs you would like to have done and suggest materials and methods that can make your home a real "1956 Dream House." Ask these merchants for printed materials they may have that will be cf U3e to you. They have many free pamphlets and brochures which can be very helpful to you in your' modernizing plans. And if you. like so many others, arc a "Do-It-Yourself addict, local dealers will be glad to give you instructions on many operations which will make a real difference in the appearance and comfort of your home. If you are planning on financing your "Operation Hpme Improvement" with ,a FHA loan, local dealers will be glad to tell you which materials meet the quality standards which must be fufilled to satisfy the property requirements necassary in order to become eligible for Title . I finpncing under FHA provisions. Certified Dealers fcr quality ! plastic "Vail tile, for example, can give a written warranty with every purchase because their product is guaranteed to meet the commercial standards which have been issued by the United States Department of Commerce. Dealers for ether ! products will ba glad to certify i in writing, too, that their materials are eligible. This venr. 1956, has been designated "Home Improvement", so now is the time for you to modernize your present bcrn^ and taring it uo-to-date inside and out. Read the home improvement pages in this WORK Of All Kinds We do all types of Residential and Commercial Electrical Work and Contracting. Let Us Estimate For You. ALGONA ELECTRIC CO. Harold (9i) Roth Phone 452 Everything In • Linoleum & Tile Floor Covering! » Wall Covering! • Counter Tops! • Paint—Wallpaper! Building Supply PITTSBURGH'S UNBEATABLE PAINT TEAM Enjoy the Luxury, the Beauty of BIGELOW BEAUVAIS bjrpadloom . . . while you pay for it! Smart folks the country over are buying handsome Bigelow carpeting th$s easy, practical way. ENJOY it while you pay for it! Bigelow's Beauvais is woven of thick, long-wearing wool. FOSTER'S ED WQIF, Owner Algona REPAIR & REMODEL NOW! >*»' One Contract — One Contractor For Your Home Improvement Our service is complete — planning, materials, labor, work done uoder one contract, it over with you now! All with one loan. Let* us talk CONTRACTOR I. E. "BUD" ROBINSON Phone 271 or 1249 BUILDER WALLHIDE Rubberized SATIN FINISH SATINHIDE Enamel Now . . . refinish all paimable surfaces in your home with the twin paints—Walibide Rubberized Satin Finish for walls . . . Satinhide Enamel for trim! Both glide on swiftly, evenly, dry quickly, wa$h easily! No usual paiat odor! Kohlhaas Hardware Ed & Pat Cullen Three New Kitchen Plans There's just no end to the beautiful combinations poa- Bible with Youngstown Kitchens. Here's an idea for one wall. Just look at the storage space. All the storage space you need plus plenty of work surface in a neat, compact arrangement. Quarter-Round Wall Cabinet, adds sparkle to this one-wall kitchen. Utility cabinet (broom or linen), Jet-Tower Dishwasher add great convenience. ' newspaper, clip articles from magazines that give suggestions on modernizing older homes, Uart a scrapbook that can serve MS a plan-book for the changes and improvement you want is v>ur home. And — above all — visit your local merchants and talk over your individual problems. They will be glad to help you in every way they can, since i)our home is their business! Use Wallpaper To Modernize Rooms of Home Many a house has been modernized with a paint brush—remodeled, to all appearances, by using the tricks of colors. But vou can achieve even greater manic with some of the new de- signs in wallpapers. You can make an attic room look like a patio or garden terrace. There are wallpaper« patterns that are cure-alls for thn sloping walls of an attic or fof a room without a view. These designs tend to push back walls that seem lo crowd down upon you and they can hide architectural shapes that are ugly in themselves. TO DISGUISE structural jogs end irregularities in an apartment or remodeled rooms up under a roof, cover the defects with one of the fabric type bamboo or brick designed papers. The wallpaper won't eliminate it he jog, but it will make it set-m to fade away in the general scheme of the room. t SEE ME FOR All Remodeling Work New Home Construction LIGHTNING HODS & CABLES — my specially I Can Give Lower Prices, Too! HENRY "HANK" JOHANNSEN Phone 1240 517 E, Lucas 3 YEARS TO PAY! Tir YOUNGSTOWN SINKS & CABINETS * FRIGIDAIRE BUILT-IN OVENS TOASTMASTER HEATERS t CLACK SOFTENERS Beecher Lane Appliances PRESENTED BY 38 ALGONA BUSINESS FIRMS •^^^•MMMMH^MM^MH^H^^^^HBMH^MMBWB^^HMH^M^HM^Hi^^MMHMH^H^H Remodeling Checklist • If you live in a house over 10 years old, you would probably like to up-date your home with more space, more light, more livability. Simple interior remodeling can accomplish these results for you . . . but before starting be sure your investment is sound and sensible. Ask ; yourself these questions first Is the house basically sound? Spending money on a "sick" house can be an' endless operation. Get an appraisal from an expert that includes checking foundations, .drainage, sills, interior and exterior walls, plaster, plumbing, wiring, etc. Is the neighborhood improving or declining? r . If new houses of good quality are being built, if existing homes are well-maintained, your property should retain its value and be worth spending money on. Zoning restrictions which specify house and lot size and bar commercial buildings are another safeguard. Consider also roads, street lighting, police and fire protection, schools, shopping, transportation, as well as utilities and Services. Does your family have enough space? Actually, many older homes have more space than you could afford 'to duplicate in a new house. Present building costs are estimated at an average of $15 per square foot. Often it is a matter of space not being utilized—simple remodeling can put waste space at your disposal. This is especially true of attics snd basements which can be converted into exftra bedrooms or living areas. What are the most desirable improvements in remodeling? Changing small rooms imo large areas by the removal of partitions gives extra space and comfort. Big modern windows, new storage walls,.exterior changes which crop off "gingerbread" do much to modernize older homes. New flooring, insulating, plumbing and wiring add com- fort. There are many new materials, such as plastic wall tile v/hicih you install yourself, that will do wonders for an older home. x Is it difficult to finance remodeling? New "open end" mortgages make it possible to pay for remodeling Improvements over a long period of' time. Remodeling loans are also available through •I*HA^ wfiieiv. .y'ou use materials, such ds- guaranteed pldstic wall tile, which meet the standards of cmalit set up by tihe government. Talk the situation over with your local bank or loan association and find out how easy it is to finance the "home improvement you wish to make. Replacing Old Water Pipe Starts Bathroom When hot water turns rusty, when old plumbing starts to leak, or when water slows to a dribble because of obstructed piping, it's time lo check present plumbing. Copper tube is ideal for hcme modernization. It is durable and can be installed with a minimum of breaking into walls and, floors. Soft copper tube is easily bent by hand and run between studs or floor beams. It will carry hot or cold water equally well without rusting. . Not only is copper highly efficient, but it can be joined by a simple soldering operation, with- icut using threaded joints or jcnulking compound. The rcsult- iiiiR joint is strong and complete- jly water-tight for long service i without trouble. i Besides standard copper tub- ling, t"ie Copper & Brass .Research j Association recently announce.'! I a new type engineered to have j lighter walls so that it can be in! stalled in present homes without I "lurring out" plaster partitions. ! Important cost savings are ob- Uined, but none of the advant- ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Residential and Commercial COMPLETE STOCK OF ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Wiring, Repair and Installation Work PRATT ELECTRIC 214 Eaai Slata St. Phone 170 Serving Your Uuildiny Needs For Sixty Years The Norton Red Trucks Deliver Anywhere in City or County — Right to Your Building Site F. 3 NORTON & SON Phone 229 LUMBER & FUEL Phone 229 NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION REMODELING — POLE BUILDINGS ALL TYPES FARM BUILDINGS E. E. & R. E. JOHNSON BUILDING CONTRACTORS PLUMBING „ supplies Expert Installation of Modern Plumbing Fixtures Sll'/z East Nebraska Phone 1137 fALOR!C WILT-INS For new or remodeled homes. Engineered installation. Build any place in any material. Easiest range to keep clean. Most convenient oven installed at height you want. RAPID So. Phillips St. Algona Fireplace Spells Comfort fortable. Then consider ventilation and light—you'may wish to enlarge present windows, for ex- ninple. After these problem? are solved, vou can .decide on the u-all and floor coverings. Plastic will tile is a good choice for A basement room because it is easy to install, is heat and,moisture re- istant, and adds bright, cheer- ul color to walls. Attics can give bonus living pace, too. First, consider insula- 1011. There are many types of ,oed insulation you can install •curself easily. If your attic is Iready finished, it is merely; a question of Which decorating naterials to yse. Modern flopr- ng products can save expensive e finishing and deaden noise . . . ire- easy to ma'ifitain. A wise hoicc 'for attic room walls is )lastic wall tile since "it is both leautiful and economical. Then )lan your curtains and upholste- •y to blend with the walls and Joor and voila! a new room at •our disposal with a minimum I of time, effort and expense/ A fireplace spells comfort and so docs a carpet before it. This room is meant for shocs-off relaxation. Note the compatibility of the carpet pattern •with the simplicity of modern furniture. Several levels of pile cfente a new abstract leaf design in a rayon-nylon blend. It is available in off-white, turquoise, Chateau gray, pine green, and sandalwood. (Mohawk Carpet Mills Inc.) ; ages of copper are lost: smooth inside walls, tight joints and freedom fronj corrosion. When oul-moded plumbing has been "up-dated" in this manner you can then turn to new fixtures and material which make a bath more attractive and practical. Heat and moisture resistant wall coverings, such as plastic wall tile, can do much to increase both the beauty and value of your present home. You can plso experiment with decorative window and shower curtains, an v/ell as gaily colored towels which harmonize or contrast with your color scheme. Begin your plans new to have a com- .pletely modern bath—from the pipes out! Modernization Basement and Attic The ideal, low-cost way to gel an extra room, or rooms, is to use space which is now wasted ; in your home. A second living ' room, children's playroom, work- j shop or hobby center, even extra bedrooms, can be yours easily land economically—and you'll lh£,ve fun bringing them to life. I Basements and attics offer one i great advantage when you re' model. That is, you can experij , rm.nt with structural changes', 1 decorating and furnishings with- jout upsetting the order of every- i H .ay living. Here's where you can put discarded .furniture to work and use color' to its utmost — brig-hl-hued fabrics, modern wal: and floor coverings, colorfa 'paintings or posters often make the basement or attic room the most popular room in the house! Before you s t a r t remodeling your basement, make sure it Ls 'livable. This means checking lei.ks and in some cases waterproofing the interior. Fans, dehumidifiers and pipe insulations will make a basement more com- ALBERT HAGG Specialist in Interior Decorating 35 Years Experience PHONE 1172-J Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April.3, 195* Let Us Make Your Home Plumbing Perfect • Expert Installation • Skilled .Repairs • Modern Fixtures SIGSBEE 208 East State Ph. 1070 BEST BUYS IN TOWN! 324 New Colors For Your Selection! Gambles Put Your Confidence in "General Electric" • G. E. "Built-in" Ovens if Refrigerators • G. E. Water Heaters • G. E. Garbage Disposals e G. E. Dish Washers • Lindsay Water Softeners NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. THERE 1$ A GAS HEATING SYSTEM TO FIT YOUR HOME EXACTLY Home Improvement Begins With Your Heating System! Save Money — As Much As 25° f , — On A New Or Conversion GAS BUHNER. FREE ESTIMATES. North Central Public Service Phone 1412 ALGONA want head-to-toe comfort? IGetfloor-to-ceilingl heat with LENNOX < fyu»<£i-/0r WARM AIR HEATING Say goodbye to cold floors, with Lennox Perima-flo heating. 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