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UprJef D« Maine* • Tuesday, May 1, 1956 Algona Sailor To ierve On Iowa, U. S. Battleship ning. Yep, May is surely looked lorw*aifd 'to because it -is the turning^ point in weather preceding summer', Politically, some years ago, May was la popular month one Of primaries for all i parties i but these have now been mpved Into Junei However, May is still a .nice land dandy month, so to speak. We herald now with lusty lung that spring has sprang (or is i* sprung?): and coursing through our' every vein flows joyously out, ,blopd again. For months we've suffered winter breeze, have battled sundry sneeze and wheeze, "have shoveled furnace full 6f cjoa'l, have carried ashes tons uhtbld, , For months we've used both:"rub" and pills that we might battle fever's chilln, we've long and heavies unders worn we've "grip" and "colds" of terror shorn, snow and ice We've battled and sleet o'er Norfolk, Virginia— Thomas A. Ditsworth, above, Fireman Apprentice, son of Mr and Mrs Harry .Ditsworth of 119 South Heckart St., Algona, is now at the U.S. Naval Receiving Station, Norfolk, Va,, awaiting transfer to U.S.S. Iowa, a battleship. . The Norfolk Naval Receiving Station, Commanded by Captain J. C. G. Wilson, USN, processes approximately 8,000 men a month on their way to and from Naval activities all over .the world. Ravings CO by CHRIS REESE A Llillo of JTbii, a Llilla ol ThaJ;;lNol Much of Anything An added. Coffee Gulper dub has been organized in Algona and it seems the membership constitutes 100 per cent gulpers who hold coffee gulping tops in any and all activities of the human race, so to speak. And the new organization was promoted one day last week at the Superior 400 station on South Phillips during • the free serving of coffee, the issue of the day there, and at which time hundreds of cups of lovely Java was served to visitors. Elected president of the club was Vernon Dopp; vice president, Tarry Wallace; secretary, Russell Hurst; treasurer, Chuck Porter; members of the board, Larry Wilcox, Harold Carpenter, Roy Burns, Wayne Booth and Bob Burns. Buford Christensen was appointed general supervisor, and him being a Dane I claim he'll make a good one, so to speak. Yep, every one of the new members proved a real lover and taster and gulper of lovely coffee. And not to be outdone by way of coffee gulping the ladies also organized an auxiliary gulping club with Mrs Chuck Porter, president; Mrs Vernon Dopp, vice president; Mrs Tarry Wallace, secretary; Mrs Larry Wilcox, treasurer; the board of directors, Mrs Russell Hurst, Mrs Roy Burns, Mrs Wayne Booth, Mrs Buford Christensen, and Lydiu Carpenter. Agnes Wallace will be the publicity director. And don't forget that these organizations are 100 per com coffee lovers and 100 per cent eoffee gulpers, so to speak. —o— II was the other day lhal I mel up with a young Algona yent who really has a habit, so to speak, that of cigartt puffing. Yep, he's a fine young gent, lias always been a resident hero and he's popular, as well, but he sure has let the cig get the best of him. He doesn't just smoke one cigaret an hour, there are times when he takes on three or four and when the clay H done and it's time for Ihe nUlil's rest hi- has done away with nearly two packs, meaning an average of 30 cigs per day. And with cigs going now at 30c a pack lie has used up 45c of enjoyment daily, $3.15 per week, $163.50 annually. But look at the fun he gets out of it and the clouds of smoke with which he fills the air daily. For lighting up 30 cigs a day he smokes 10,950 each year. And these, laid end to end would reach a distance of 2,076 feet, a half mile and the ashes, if saved would fill nearly u quarter bushel. Yep, there's joy to many gents, young and old, in puffing the cig, so to speak. And here it is Ihe first day in May, a most popular month, so to speak, because of the c lubr;,- tion days in the month. It i.s a month of May baskets, and in the older days May baskets wore really something. The modern folks do not take up May basket- ing ds was the case some years back. And another day in May is that known and celebrated as ''Mother's Day," falling on Sunday, the 13th. And it must be admitted that "Mother's Day" is sincerely observed by people of all classes. And then, of course, ^emorial.Day, on the 30th. Taken generally,' the month of May is a popular OIK.'. ,'iinl it ,<DI I of brings in the summer atmosphere begin- treacherous walk and drifted street,' and we have sniffled, sneezed and coughed as winter's dregs we deeply quaffed. And now with Joyous hearts we sing, with open arms we welcome spring, each day we rise to greet the sun, its wondrous change to earth begun. We deeply breathe refreshing air, we hea^ God's songsters everywhere; inspired by beauty which we find we gaily face our daily grind. We marvel at this wondrous thing, the advent of a glorious spring, ,the rays of sun or pattering rain brings nature's beauty back again. No longer do we wheeze or sneeze, forgotten is the icy breeze; we live the joyous minutes, hours, the warmth of sun, aye. gentle showers. We herald now with lusty lung that spring has sprang (or is it sprung?) and coursing through our- every vein flows joyously bur blood again. Townsend Club Has Indoor Picnic Algona Townsend Club I me at the W. A. Muckey residenc on Tuesday evening, April 24, fo an -indodr picnic. Mr and Mr Anderson presided. The official convention,call wa rend and the dates will be Jun 7 at St. Paul, Minn. Algona clu will be given two voting dele gates besides the president, A communication was rea from the Martin Kruses at Wor thington, Minn., stating that Mr Kruse has been ill .and 'it wa voted to send a "get well" care The next meeting was schec uled for Tuesday evening, Ma 8, at the W. R, Carney home. Mr Holdren conducted,the "Myster; Basket" quiz.. Mrs Helen Johnson gave humorous reading, and a rabbi hunt was held and games played Those receiving prizes were Mr Lolla Ladendorff, Mrs Arnoli Lallier and Mrs W. R. Carney. Bur* News * Mrs Merta Wallace and Marie Grover of Algona spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Wm. Ringsdorf. Three of the Burt Community School faculty have resigned their 'positions and will not return next year. They are Mrs Philip Ballard, 3rd grade, Miss Louise Knight, junior High ana Mrs Ira Heald, homema.Klng ins: met or. The- Birthday Circle will meet this • week Thursday afternoon, April 26, with Ella Sigsbee. This was postponed from the 19th. If It's News — We Want Itl Betty Wick wire Irvington Host Irvington Ideal 4-H Club me Saturday, April 21, with Betty Wickwire, and twenty members ;wo leaders and two guests, Mr Saney, Ellen Siemer, present. Judy F r, i d e r e s, and Jud3 Froehlich were chosen as dele gates to attend Lake. camp at Clea Froehlich was for convention Bonnie elected delegate at Ames. For Rally day Mary Arndorfer and Karen Seller will sing in, the chorus, and Virginia Klein wil" recite the creed. • Demonstrations were given by Donna Mergen and Mary Erpeld ing, and Bonnie and Linda Bris tow. Talks were given by Caro Frideres, Mary Arndorfer, and Blondina Erpelding. Jerry Reilly To Armored Division Fort Polk, La. — Army Pvt Jerry M. Reilly, son of Mr and Mrs Robert E. Reilly, 421 N. Hall st., Algona, Iowa, recently was assigned to the 1st Armored Division at Fort Polk, La. Reilly is a drjver in Battery C of the division's 73rd Field Artillery Battalion. The twenty-two-year-old soldier was graduated from Fort Dodge Junior College in 1953. He is a former employee of Lock- lieed Aircraft Corporation, Los Angeles. ... for beautiful washable walls ... for woodwork to match ... there's no paint like Ready to use, it glides on smooth as velvet over plaster, wood, previously painted surfaces and wallpaper. It's easy' to get beautiful decoration in your homa with wonderful SUPER KEM-TONE— even if you've never painted before! [D»p Colon Slightly Hlghtr) WEEKLY "FIX-UP" IDEA If 'II Today's Kitchen Is Family'^ ''-•' • . . : / ' • ;•'- r--" •;: ,v-; -. '• ' ' ' '•', -.V :\ ' Multipurpose Living Room Custom-Made • KITCHEN FIXTURES • BATHRQOM 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 MERGEN & -WEBSTER FOR THE VERY BEST IN Painting & Decorating Phone Leo Mergen — 562-J Merle Webster —,756 Algona, Iowa Home Decorating! • PAINTING • DECORATING • PAPER HANGING ^ FREE ESTIMATES RELIABLE DECORATORS Milo Rentz — Kermit Forbes Phone 698 or 1194, Algona Consult Us At' No Obligation! MILLER Lumber Co. ED WOLF, Owner Algona TREE? ' A"''i ' • '; V • SHRUBS; PERENNIALS EVERQREENS ' FERTILIZERS > , FLAGSTQNE vVAlks, RUSTIC VstONE yVALLS \ ERRY , ANP FRUIT STC Calj Us on A|}y v tahi|*ca;ipie!Rrob|e|ii " No Obligation y " •'. ' . - ! • '.". !.;' '•'- y*''^: -, • ',.' ' .'" ' ; '• '"''. ' Elmore Nursery '• -'';. •*,...-'•: Rliwpire/. finpei.ota : .,. ..• -.-. 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 HEADQUARTERS Let Algona's most complete hardware store help you with your home improvement problems — electric and plumbing supplies— hand and power tools-;-"Janney- Best" Paints and Varnishes. Hali-Strahorn Hardware Today's kitchen Is an all-pur pose room no' longer set apar irom the rest of the house. I serves not only as a food pre paration point but as £ dining entertaining and play area More than ever before, the kit chen is truly the heart. of thi home—the fount from which al ' blessings flow for the whoii family. The new Mtchen is all things to all women (and men!) —- qooking center, gathering ^place office, sewing room, laundry The many activities that now take place in the kitchen hark- en back to the old-fashionec kitchen where Grandma reigned. Here the whole family would gather, here they spen most of their time all their lives through. The whole history of, a family's lifetime could . be encompassed within the four walls of the kitchen. Here the children were born, lived most of their lives and spent their happiest and most productive hours. Ne'w Kitchen Ideas. In view of-the modern kitchen's many-faceted personality and the activities that take place' there, both storage ,anc work surfaces are usually at a premium. To help solve these problems, many new ideas have been developed that make the most of the limited kitchen space in the average home. Manufacturers have now come up with a "rolling counter," for sxample, that serves either as a kitchen table or as a cart. And t has the added advantage of oeing adjustable in height — from 27 to 37 inches—by a crank ocated under the top. This brings the work surface to any desired level. It can be brought flush with the permanent counter, which is usually around 36 inches. Or it can be lowered for sit-down work or to dining table height. The cart's rubber-tired wheels lock in place to provide a firm surface that can be eaten on, worked on, used as phone or sewing table (one of these tables even ' has a built-in niche for a ' sewing machine which ! pops up when needed, is hidden from sight when not). Two place settings can be laid 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 (Si) Roth Phone 452 Everything In • Linoleum & Tile Floor Covering I e Wall Covering 1 • Counter Tops! « Paint—Wallpaperl GO WAN Building Supply Enjoy the Luxury, the Bsauty of BIGELOW BEAUVAIS broadloom . . . while you pay for it I Smart fplks the country over «e buying handsome Bigelow carpeting $his easy, practical way. ENJOY it while ypu pay for it! Bigelow's Beauvais is woven.' of thick, .long-wearing wool. FOSTER'S REPAIR^ REMODEL ^ NOW! *» One Contract -H- One For Your rlo^te Improvement Our servica if complete — planning, materials, labor. AH work done under one contract, with one loan. Let us talk it ovei with you nowl i. E. "BUD" ROBINSON CONTRACTOR Phone 271 or 1249 BUILDER PITTSBURGH'S UNBEATABLE PAINT TEAM WALLHIDE Rubberized . SATIN FINISH v«^--^> v ^^-«N« B y SATINHIDE Enamel Now . . , re&nish »11 p»ioi»bl« utfacM in you; bojjM'wM tht paiott— W»llbid« Rubber- S»tia Ftoub for wall* . . . Saiiohidt Enamel for trim! Both (U4« QO f wifely, evenly, dry ir, w«fc fwttyl No odor! Kohlhaas Hardware Ed & Pat Cullen on,one counter,, so two units together provide ample eating space for a family Of four. And. two or three units used as rolling carts arid counters Offer more efficiency than an equal area -of fixed, traditional-type counter space, ' ' . These rolling counters make for greater storage efficiency also, -since the total wall from fTbor to ceiling can be used for storage without waste space between hanging cupboards and base cabinets. Another new idea for solving the dual problem of storage ancl work - or - dining surface is a breakfast nook where both table and benches are based on steel storage cabinets. A. flush 'door or a piece of plywood covered with Formica can •be set atop a 29" cabinet to create the multi-purpose table; and any number of smaller cabinets can be lined up to provide a base for the desired seating arrangement. Steel, ca b i n e t s, incidentally, are available in a choice of colors- to mix-or-match with today's smart, colored ranges and refrigerators. Happy Harmony. Regarding your kitchen color plan, you'll want to harmonize : the colors of '- appliances, cabinets, walls,,:floor 1 ant} celli- u Ddes your kitchen'have a nor. ern or a . southern exposure*? Keep in mind the amount of •light you have' before choosing light or dark colors. A light yellow of gray color, for exarn- ple, Will reflect- 10. times the amount of light that a 'dark green or blue will reflect. But abc-ve all, choose a color that you like. Your psychological reaction to your kitchen will actually influence the amount 6f work you can do there. ^ New Electric Switch Gives Light Control Hqme lighting can be dimmed or brightened much in the mariner of stage lighting control.' New dial type switches can .give you modulated light/in any room—bright for reading or entertaining, soft for relaxation and conversation. Rhe.ostat principles "are incorporated in each light switch. But all dial switches do not. provide for dimming. Some merely turn lights on and off Silently. STEP LIVELY, NO CROWDING PLEASE .RUMMAGE Sale^—Ladies' Auxiliary, having cast off clothes, now invite inspection. — WUd- ivo6d-by-the-Sea (N. J.) Independent Record. • ' • SEE ME FOR All Remodeling Work LIGHTNING RODS & CABLES — my specialty I Can Give Lower Prices, Too! HENRY "HANI" JOHANKSEN Phone 1240 517 33. Lucas * YOUNGSTOWN SINKS & CABINETS * FRIGIDAIRE BUILT-IN OVENS • TOASTMASTER HEATERS * CLACK SOFTENERS Beecher Lane Appliances BASEMENT-LESS HOMES! H u n rwf FIOOR UP'/ • Novy you can have warm floors and economical ' gas heat— even if you haven't a basement! The Lepoox Pawn-Flo gas-fired unit tucks away in a closet— delivers warm, clean, humidified air at • floor layel; makes under-the-floor air distribution possible. And when you've got Lennox heating— 'you're all set to add cooling whenever you likp. Gome in or phone (or a FREE heating survey! IS, MUCKEY & PROVEM TIME! PRESENTED BY 38 ALGONA BUSINESS FIRMS HHHHHRHHHIBIHHIHIHHil^^l You Can Panel a Family Room Economically With Wallboard Why tuirn over a good basement to the mice? You can't blame them for cavorting in a nice uninhabited warm place. Instead, why mot use it yourself? Your wife, if she runs true to type has probably mentioned a hundrecl or more times that it is just'the place for a family room—where television set, record player and radioV may be kept fox the amusement of the young set or where Junior's rocking horse, toy trains . and games may find a home. It shouldn't cost much if you use inexpensive materials. Woodgrained gypsum wallboard is very attractive, combining \h$ beauty of. real wood paneling .with the advantages of wallboard. Panels of three- eighths inch thickness come in knotty pine, bleached and, dark walnut, bleached mahogany, fir plywood and other simulated wood finishes achieved by photographic and printing processes that reproduce the wood finish. The panels are four feet wide and eight feet long. The wallboard is fireproof be•cause of its gypsum core and expansion and contraction of the material due to temperature changes is negligible. Knotty pine effects have square edges which may be butted together to'. form a fine line that, seems to become part of the wood pattern. Walnut, mahogany and other finishes have beveled edges, making Be cool this summer with ARMSTRONG Air Conditioning No more hoi days and nights in your home this summer If you put in Armstrong air conditioning NOWl^lt a cost less than you might think, you ,can air condition all of your home, not Just a room at- a time. There is a model and size to ' fit your home — exactly. Guaranteed in writing ior five years. , , Easily financed, too. Plan today for modern, comfortable Armstrong air conditioning this summer. Call us today ior a free estimate.' * Authorized Dealer ARMSTRONG P. R. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING — ALGONA • ' ' PHONE 523-W . - * Serving Your Building .Needs For Sixty Years The Norton Red Trucks Deliver Anywhere in-City or County — Right to Your Building Site F.S. NORTON & Phone 229 LUMBER & FUEL Phone 223 NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION REMODELING — POLE BUILDINGS ALL TYPES FARM BUILDINGS E. E. & R. E. JOHNSON BUILDING CONTRACTORS PLUMBING „ supplies „, Expert Installation of Modern Plumbing Fixture* ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING 311 '/i Eaft Nebraska U37 CALORIC HUII/MN8 For new or remodeled hornes. Eng|neere4 installation. Build any pj^c? in any material, Easiest range, to keep clean. Most convenient oven installed at height you want. RAPID So. Phillips S?, butted "V" joints that become a part of the decoration 'also. Special nails match the partic- ujar woodgrain finish and may be driven in with a rawhide mallet or padded or plastic- head hammer. You'll 'need level framework. That, means studs or furring strips spaced 16 inches on centers. Nailing begins at the. center of the board and works outward, nails being spaced about 6 to 8 inches apart, and not closer than % inches from the edge of the board. The board must be supported firmly against the frame while you. are nailing so • that when nails are being : driven in with the right hand, the board must be pressed hard with the left. The nail will not draw the board up. * .' , These panels may be cut with a saw or scored and snapped. A sharp knife may be used for scoring the board. The panel finish may be protected by occasional waxings. Some, handymen prefer applying a protective coat of white shellac firsthand ;then a coat pi wax for a dull finish or coat of clear varnish for a' glossy finish, ^he surface may be kept clean by simply going over, it with a damp cloth. Once the paneling is up, the lady of the house can take over, adding decorative notes to give it a cozy -atmosphere. Inexpen- sive'fiber rugs may go tp the floor, some of the attic furniture might be painted in chic colors to lend a gay, effect. Woods Have Their Own; Colorings 'To take-advantage of the natural color tones of wood when planning interior decoration or cabinet finishing, you have to know the various shades that are natural to each species of wood. . Twenty, wqods f ajl,' wjyiin,. the range of light to medium natural colors. They include Ppn- derosa pine, Southern pine, Douglas fir, Idaho pine, sugar pine, Engelmann spruce, West Coast hemlock, Sitka spruce, i white ash, hirch, black gum, jhackberry, hickory, pecan, mag- jlnoUa, soft maple hard maple, red oak, white cak and yellow poplar. • Eleven woods run from medium to dar,k-in tone. These are Western red, cedar, Southern cy- oress, California redwodtt, larch, brown ash, butternut, cherry, chestnut, red gum, American walnut and mahogany. TEN COMMON MISTAKES IN HOME DECOR v Well - m e a n. i n g housewives whp attempt to decorate their own homes make many mistakes, says interior designer Henry E i< d, member of the American Institute of Decorators and designer of hotel Interiors. Here are the ten most common mistakes made by amateurs, as he lists them: l'. Lack 'of coordination. , 2. Confused ideas as. to requirements. ALBERT HAGG Specialist in Interior Decorating 35 Years Experience ' PHONE" 1172-J 3. Selection of Items individually instead of con$ideri|n£ the .final effect of the room.; ' . 4. Choice of colors by personality whims. > 5. Planning all interior that doesn't fit the exterioiv-fcr instance, early American decor in a modern house. 6. Changing their Minds in the middle of the plan. •» 7. Failure to consider maintenance problerps In selection of fabrics. * 8. Trying to impress tne neighbors instead of pleasing themselves. 9. Failure to consider natural lighting conditions in planning colors. 10. Lack of confidence iri their own taste. Buying Right Wood for the Job Can Often Save Money The right kind of w6od is important economically as well as for appearance and durability .n any home, modernizing or lome handyman, project. The fascination of an all-clear piece of lumber is so great that many home craftsmen just beginning to work~ with wood are often tempted to- s'psnd twice as much as they need to spend. Here is an example of the wrong'way to buy wood: : Johnny Do-It-Yourself r goes to a lumber yard, buys a '12- foot board of "B ffnd Better' grade, straps it to his ; car and takes it home. He saws-lit into four 3-fo6t lengths to nrrake. some basement -shelves for storing canned goods and odds and ends overflowing from the kitchen. • •'•• •'• ,' : Jchnny has made several mis-) takes. A " "Common" grade of lumber would have been' all right for basement shelves. He might have found a bargain in "shorts"' at- the lumber yard— just the right length for his shelves anii " they would have been easier to handle in his car. Or he could have bought some boards of one of the lower grades .of; "Common 1 ', fsawed out enough perfectly gpod. x pieces for his shelves and have some smaller pieces left : over to start a little lumber "yard Of'rjis own for his home workshop or future jobs. CORRECT LUMBER .buying procedure is to get -the right ade for the right use. "A" and "B" Select : grades, sold as "B'Jmd Better" in many species, are used for the highest quality of work requiring softwood lumber, where the finest appearance is required for interior and exterior trim, paneling, flooring, cabinet work, ceiling, partition, beveled siding and drop siding. "B and Better" is often used where the job is to receive a natural finish. "C" and "D" Delect grades are considered' best suited for high class paint finishes but th'ey also take natural finishes well. They are often used by the home craftsman for cabinet work used in a formal decorative scheme. In all of the "Select" grades of lumber, the markings in the wood do not affect the appearance of the finish when painted. When given a natural finish, these grades provide more formal effects than any of the ".Common"- grades. The "Common" .grades of lumber are used for general utility and construction. The better "Commons" can be substituted for "Selects" for nearly all types of use—siding, shelving, paneling. They are used for painted or natural finishes, starring in the latter role because of the decorative character of the knots and other markings. In buying 2 by 4s nnd other pieces of framing lumber, -the classification is softwood dimension. For most species, the grades are designated as No, 1, 2 and 3. Appearance is usually a secondary consideration. G r a ring is based on characteristics of the wood which will affect strength, stiffness, nailing qualities and general suitability. Hardwood for furniture, paneling and other fine projects, is grided generally according to ihe amount of clenr faced area in the piece, rather than by size or number of growth features BEST BUYS IN TOWN! 324 New Colors For Your Selection! Gambles Let Us Make Your Home Plumbing Perfect • Expert Installation • Skilled Repairs • Modern Fixtures SIGSBEE 208 East State Ph. 1070 Put Your Confidence in "General Electric" • G. E.- "Built-in" Ovens & Refrigerators • G. E. Water Heaters • G. E. Garbage Disposals • G, E. Dish Washers • Lindsay Water Softeners NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE Richardson Painters — Decorators "Inside and Outside" FREE ESTIMATES Phone 1298-J hat charticterize softwoods. In buying any kind of lumber, t is always best to consult your umber dealer. He can help you ,ot the shortest lengths and the owest grades that will do the ob. In that way you can make our. lumber dollar- go twice as ar. Home Owners! LET US CHECK YOUR Do antiquated fixtures "date" your bathroom? Would an extra washstand ease morning traffic? Does^rjonr arrangement of 'fixtures create a cluttered effect? Would you like to -know the cost of modernization? Check us! FUNK Plumbing & Heating v., .lowq, We can give you a "modernized kitchen" all in ONE PACKAGE . . . everything complete to match, and all on one loan, with monthly payments, Ask us for details! SXELGAS 208 East State Phone 221-W THERE 1$ A GAS HEATING SY$Tf M TO FIT YOUR HOME EXACTLY Home Improvement Begins With Your Heating System! Save Money — As Much As 25% — On A New Or Conversion GAS BURNER. FREE ESTIMATES. North Central Public Service Phone H12 ALGONA Consult us on your remodeling or building plans — no obligation! BOTSFORD Lumber Co. Tind Out A Dout t he "MASONRY WAY!" Building or remodeling with HAYDITE block is the modern way . . . more economical, self-insulating, exceptionally strong. We can give you full details on MASONRY BUILDING. ALGONA BLOCK & TILE Ous Wew Building — South of Sargent & Co. BURNS — A grain elevator burned at Sumncr recently, in a $35,000 blaze which completely destroyed the structure. The flame was so hot that it melted the aluminum siding which had recently been installed on the building. " ' ELECTRICAL WlfiTOR •- .. " ;'• • .•.'.••••••-"•-••'.• ' " r %.."•."•.',: ;>',.'••-•.• .;. Residential and Commercial COMPLETE STOCK OF ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Wiring, Kepalf and Irwtaliaiioa Work PRATT ELECTRO 214 East Stale St. " : Phone 170 We Are Headquarters for Wallpaper and Paint — Let Us Help You Plan , Your Redecorating DAVIS PAINT On State Street, Algona, Iowa We Specialize in Building and Remodeling Work ,!» Expert Carpentry Work • Call' for Free Estimates • Easy Payment T Arranged C Cabinet-Worlc ft Specialty ' • FIX UP YOUR HOME / Ben-Wi! Building Contractor Tele. 1255-W or 1265-H BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR Draperies and Carpet We have one of the largest stocks of CARPET and DRAPERY MATERIALS in north Iowa.'Here are the services we render: We can show you this large stock in our store; We can come to your home with samples for checking; We lay carpet expertly;' we offer a complete drapery service, from making to hanging. • USE OUR EASY BUDGET PAYMENTS BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Three Large Floors of New Home Furnishings PLAN NQW TO FIX UP YOUR HOME PAINT - RiMQDEl - REPAIR COME IN AND TALK IT OVER. WE'LL BE MORE THAN GLAD TO WORK WITH YOU ON YOUR IDEAS. We are prepared to give you advice on almost any remodeling or modernization project you have in mind. And we can supply most of the materials, too, irom our large stoc)c. Remember, lop - use READY-MIX CONCRETE for that concrete worlf ,- and save a lot of "elbow grease. READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. No. Lantry St. ready-mix cement Phone 166 For Beautiful Washable Walls . . . For Woodwork to Match — There's nothing like SUPER KEM-TONE! It's ready to use, glides on smooth a* veivft pyey plaster, wood, wallpaper. It s e< 5 y to get beautiful decoration in your homp w»tb KEM-TONt,, even if you've never painted before! Coast-to-Coast STORE Ed Wolf. Owner

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