The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 13
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Heating Spouting and Pumps When you want something in the plumbing or sheet metal line, there's one thing you can count on, "Holtzbauer Has It." HOLTZBAUER TIN SHOP 119 So. Dodge Algona Want Ads Bring You Quick Results e& ORIGINAL LOW COST HOME HANS OFFERED Low cost homes seem to be the coming thing, according to local building contractors and building supply dealers. All of them, as advertised in this special Homebuilders' Section, have plans and specifications, and countless hundreds of ideas and suggestions, for low cost new homes. Many of the new 1937 plans for email, low cost homes, give a prospective builder a variety of choice in the same fundamental design and with the same expense. One can choose between one bedroom and a garage built adjacent to the house, or with two bedrooms, or a dinette can supplant a regular dining room, giving space for a second bedroom. New designs incorporate originally, economy of space, and built-in features that tend to make every nch of room in a new home count or something. And fireplaces also seem to be very much in order. "To plan wisely is to build wise- y"— and local contractors and milding men are more-than-evcr applied with some splendid ideas for low cost, original home building. Heating Equipment Requires Insulation The importance of eliminating fire hazards in the home cannot be too greatly stressed. The heating equipment should be given particular attention to insure- every protection against fire. It is advisable to insulate or screen all boilers, furnaces, and pipes; never pile ashes near combustible material; provide adequate clearance for steam pipes. Adequate and efficient heating equipment is one of the many points checked by Federal Housing Administration valuators in inspecting houses to determine their eligibility for insured mortgage financing. Whittemore News Louis Goetz, operating his mother's farm two miles northwest of Wesley, will move onto the farm he purchased from George Cink, six miles northeast of Wesley Nothing Will Work The Wonders on a Home Like Seal PAINT And If You Want It Done Eight Call HARRY BAKER Phone 778 614 E. McGregor $8.11 per Month Repays a $1000 Loan on Your Home The Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association offers: Amp!.- fund.' foi good loans. \Ve will loan as much as er> r r to 75', ol the real value of » good house or as much as you need for remodeling and for refinancing, purposes. Our" interest rales arc the lowest in our history- And our rates of from Sp !o T, ,ir<- figured on thr unpaid monthly balance. Monthly or semi-annual payments may bo made. These include interest principal, taxes and insurance if you prefer WE CAN PROVIDE SPEEDY LOAN" SERVICE" LOW TITLE COSTS AND NO RENEWAL CHARGES, SUPERVISION OF NEW CONSTRUCTION AND THE FRIENDLINESS AND INTEREST IN YOUR PROBLEMS THAT IS ONLY TO BE FOUND IN A LOCAL HOME FINANCING INSTITUTION SUCH AS A FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION' NO LOAN COSTS OR COMMISSIONS. Come in today. Get a copy of our booklet on our low cost loan plans. A $1.000 loan only cosLs you but $8.11 per month with our Association. This includes both payment of principal and inter- •! est and matures your loan in 16 years. Any amount can he '.• paid at any time. "See Us Today for Your Home Loan Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass n C. R. LaBarre. Sec'y phonc ^ j •www Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod and moth- sr, Mrs. Gibbons, and Mrs. Will xoimers attended a missionary tea at Fenton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallory and family were Sunday visitors with the latter's father, John Lettman at Jolley, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel and children of Burt, spent Sunday at the former's parents' home Mr and Mrs. M. W. Fandel. Edwin Schumacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher, has a serious case of blood poisoning and is in a critical condition. Melvin Zumach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Zumach, is in the General hospital at Algona with inflammatory rheumatism. Francis Duffy, who is employed in the county treasurer's office, spent Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy. Prank Spilles of New Hampto spent the week end with his moth er and looking after his farm fou and one-half miles east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert am twin sons and Mrs. P. H. Har greaves, Sr., of Algona were visit mg at the home of Mrs. Margare Elbert Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert and daughter. Marvel, and Mr. and Mrs? Leo Elbert and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. George Elbert in Algona Mrs. Tim O'Brien and children of Spencer, and Mrs. O'Brien's mother Mrs. Ann Conner of Milwaukee spent several days last week at the home of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien here. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Keene and daughters. Marie and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Keene were at Fort Dodge Thursday, where Mrs. Theodore Keene consulted an eye specialist Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, sons Norman. Charles and James, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuccker were at Garner Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch. Mrs. Clyde Humphrey. Mrs. J. Lindscy and Mrs. Frank Eigler. all from Fenton, attended the Methodist Ladies- Aid tea held at the home of Mrs R H. Finncll. Friday. The Herman Voigts. the Henry Schultzs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, and daughter. Gertrude Mr and Mrs Alhen Meyer and son Roland were Sunday evening gucsl "I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar Heidpmvith, it being their son. Ells worth's 16th birthday. Mrs Harry Seeley entertained a their home Thursday evening an the guests were Mr. and Mrs. J Median. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhar Ostwald. Mildred and Miford El bert. Mr. and Mrs Earl Fuoss. Ev eryone enjoyed the evening and a delicious lunch was served. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harve Higley BUI son, Francis and Mrs. Vincent Hig ley of Mason City, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Besch of Fenton and Mr. nnd Mr.s. Harold McDonnel and Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher of Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mike Mergcn. Among: those who attended the declamatory tournament held at Mallard Friday night were Gcn- evieve Alig. Annabelle Semon. and Ada and Edna Fandel. Jim Butler and daughter. Rosa, Mrs. Jim Geelan, Mrs. Alfred Semon and daughter. Rosemary and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hogan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schatt- schncider and son. Eugene, and daughter. Darlcne drove to Easton. Minn., Saturday to visit at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Ferdinand Heise. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider returned home with them after spending three months this winter with their daughter, Mrs. Heise. BE INSURANCE WISE Insure comfort for your old age KNOW THE FEELING OF REAL SECURITY WITH GOOD INSURANCE Fire Insurance Property Insurance Auto Insurance Algona Insurance Agency C. R. LaBarre 206 E. State St. J • You can change the shelf and utility basket arrangement of the new Norge RoUator Refrigerator to suit yourself— every day if you wish. Bulky roasts, awkward melons, tall bottles—aU fit without crowding into the new Norge because of this amazing interior flexibility. Come in today and see the advanced features of the new Norge. Twe of tie 9 different interior arrangements possible u-itt ttt netcNargt. 'As little as $10 down payment delivers a Norge Richardson Furniture Co.

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