The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 13
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New Furniture Varieties Accent Easy touch To Average Budget The influence of various home magazines, movies with settings ranging from the typical home to the lush mansions of the millionaires, has made home-makers more aware of their surroundings, given them hints on how to beautify their homes, and, finally, created a consumer demand for quality and beauty in home furnishings at prices within the average budget. Shoppers now know what they want, both in furniture styles and coverings, and, what's more, refuse' to buy until they get it! They have provided a challenge to manufacturers which has been admirably met-by a wider selection ot furnishings for 1950 than has heretofore been offered. Every period is well represented, and designers have outdone themselves in presenting fabrics and coverings in every conceivable shade and pattern. Perhaps the most outstanding highlight of .the new furniture showings is the Oriental influence. In furniture design, rugs, fabrics, lamps and bric-a-brac, the graceful lines and outstanding colorings of the Orient contribute forcibly to the American scene. Blending equally well with both modern and period furniture, the Oriental motif will be with us for many years to come. Noteworthy among the new Spring showings are more canopy beds in. the American and French Provincial groups; and more conversational-type occasional tables, sofas and chairs of Cape Cod influence. Sofas feature horizontal channel backs, exposed framework and other back features for pieces to be used in the middle of the room; can tile vered, pillow and bolster arms. Chair features include swing backs, locks on platform rockers, seats that adjust to length, arms that fold into backs or drop into arm-chair position to permit sectional groupings, and swivels. The importance of television has prompted some manufacturers to offer chairs that tilt and swing around for more convenient and comfortable viewing. Convertible sleeping units are on the increase. Bed divans convert without being moved from the wall. Caster and hinge combinations simplify swinging one Rochelle of California gives a new note to table talk with a smart, modern end table with sliding glass top section. Note the air of functional fashion to the simple chair and lamp. Hillbillies To Take Over Lone Rock, March 23-24 Lone Rock — "Coming 'Round the Mountain" is the title of the three-act comedy that has been chosen by the Band Mothers to be presented by them in the Lone Rock school auditorium on the 23rd and 24th of March. "Coming "Round the Mountain" is a truely novel comedy of funny doings in the backwoods of the mountain country down south. And, as if the story and Characterizations weren t f U n n y enough, there is also a hillbilly band to play the old pieces and entertain us. The play begins at 8 6'clock. Tickets are only 75c, 50c, and 25c for adults, students, and children. So get up a big end from the wall for cleaning or sleeping. party and have them dress in typical hillbilly clothes. That will put them'in just the right spirit to see and enjoy "Coming 'Round the Mountain." Cast of characters follows: Paw Skitter E. M. Jensen Maw Skitter Floy Marlow Corney Bell Skitter — Eleonore Johnson Dizzy Mae Skitter . Bertha Newbrough Curly Skitter _ Joe Culbertson Zeke Skitter Don Marlow Sammy Fester . Alfred Schadendorf Ed Small ... J. M. Anderson Robert Bruce __ Jess Blanchard Carol Hughes ._ Vernon Marlow Doris Dean Lou Houck Ellie Low Lois Kissner Waverly Fabrics gives interesting treatment to an entrance foyer with dramatic fabric use. Brightly-printed swag drapes with brilliant contrast lining add informal grace to all nylon glass curtains. There's interesting texture in chair cover and rug. Peer, Bode And Meyer Cows Top - D.H.I.A. Records Corwin Peer, Algona, had the top-producing cow on the Dairy Herd Improvement Association records for February. One of his senior four-year-olds produced 106.8 pounds of butterfat, and another, 101.2 pounds. s Floyd Bode, Algona, also had two high-producing cows, a three-year-old producing 100.4 pounds butter fat. All five top cows were Holsteins. The association tested 26 herds in February, and the average production per cow, including dry cows, was 750 pounds of milk and 28.8 pounds of butter fat for the month. Six cows were sold, three because of low productivity and three for sterility. Three new herds were added this month, belonging to Harry Felter, Ed Mi no, and Joe Klemm, all of Algona. There is room for a fe wmore members in the county if they care to join. .»' 1950 A Good Year To Build That New Home EARL B. MILLER BETTER HOME, BUILDER telephone 890-J Algona, Iowa Already this year, we have had more inquiries and people seeking information on home building than in any other winter since the war. More people are "talking building" seriously. We have a host of information on the subject, and can give helpful, practical data on home-planning, and home-building. This js all free for the asking. We shall be glad to sit down with you and go over the situation at your convenience—without obligation on your part. Specializing in the New Ranch Type Homes A few cases of mastitis were reported in the association. Herb Weydert, D.H.I.A. supervisor, stresses the use of stripcups, a few more members in the county Bradley Bros. Burt Bombers Met March 2 The Burt Bombers 4-H club held its regular meeting, March 2, at the home of Yvonne Distworth. Roll call was answered by each member reporting on how her project was coming. D. P. Wilhelm from Renwick, gave a talk on the quality of milk and proper milking Qtensils. Yvonne Ditsworth gave a talk on the care of poultry. Rev. Nuss left on Feb. 23 for Minneapolis to attend a Bible conference. When You Think of Building Hardware HALL- STRAHORN HDWE. Formerly Spilles Hdw. Algona Tuesday, March 14, 1950 Algono Upper Des Molnes—5 ,t\ North Centra! Iowa Paint & Feed Co. 606 Diagonal Harry Herr OFFERS THE AMAZING NEW MAUTZ ONE COAT FLAT PAINT H&sfies/\fa?/oM//y fawn otte catf H&fer-ffi/Meifj&fafe 50n/ LABORATORY SCRUBBING TESTS PROVE ! TEST SANEL TEST PANEL WArfft AllXfO PAINT MAUTZ "SS" WATtt MIXtO PAINT MAUTZ "11* 50 Scrubs completely removed Nationally * 250O Scrubs only begin to show signs Advertised water-mixed paint. of wear on Mautx "88". 1OO% OIL BASE PAINT , ONE COAT PRIMES, SEALS, FINISHES ONE COAT COVERS PAINT, PLASTER, WALLPAPER EASY TO APPLY - DRIES SAM! BAY ONE GALLON COVERS AVERAGE ROOM GALLON Coif* /«« ffoa muf wafer thinned prints 2O Reasons Why People are Saying.*. **Dottar for Dollar- you emit beat a >V 75=1= V7 •v-. f . S n 1. Ainiirifu'b Lowest-Priced Slraighl-8 2. Lowest-Priced Car Offering CM Hydra-Malic Drive Opli»nuf nit till modtli ol ttln coil. 9. Tlie Mui-t lieuuliful Thing un Wheels 4. Famous SiUcr Streak Engines— Choice of New, More Powerful Straight Eight or Six 5. World Kciiowncd Huad Record for Economy and Long Life tt. Super-Safe, Super-Strung All Steel Uodics by Fisher 7. U. O. 10. 11. 12. 1:1. 11. All-Cu.-liioncd "Travelu*" Hide Di.-linclivcly llcaiilifuj Sweep- Slrcum Hear Fender KlIscliiMe Spacious, Luxurious Interior* Fea- luring Arm Ki-»l.-, As.-isl Cords und Quality Flour Coverings Vide, Cuinforlalile Scats With Itcttfully Contoured Cushion* Wide, Kai-y-Acccts Doors Heller, Safer Dri\cr View with Extra Wide, Curved Windshield l'llra-Sl)led Dial Cluster Dash Haiidi-Crip Parking Urake uu Da-li 15. Finder-Tip Starter liiilton lit. Full Chromium Wim'i-hield and Kear Vi indow Moldings n 17. TV,in Duct Outside Air Heating arid Ventilating System 18. Kxlra Large, Fully-Lined Trunk fur Kxlra lAiffttff 1H. Counter-llulanced Self-Locking Trunk Lid HO. Smoother, Safer (tiding—Low Pressure Tires on liruud Kiuia ALGONA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Commercial Street Algona Iowa

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