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Tuesday, June 7, I960 Algono (lo.) Upper De» FOR RENT Brick Butinest Building Corner Jones A State New Heating Plant And Interior Decoration SEE: BJUSTROM FURNITURE Algona, Iowa TFN 1955 PONTIAC, 2 door, V-8 Automatic Transmission. 1955 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sub- urbon. 1958 PLYMOUTH. 2 Door. Suburban. 1957 PLYMOUTH. 4 Door V-8. 1955 DODGE Hard Top 2 Door. 1951 DODGE 4 Door. Many Oihers To Choose From PERCIVAL MOTORS Dodge & Dodge Dart THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS ! Algona Upper Dos Moints Classified Rates 3c Per Word, Cash in Advance 5c Per Word, Charged ftOc Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m. • PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,400 Families Each Week 1 For Sale FOR SALE — EVAPORATION- typu Air Conditioner unit, with blower and motor. Fits any standard-size window. $35. Fenton Drug Co. > 23 FOR SALE — CUCtfOO CLOCK, nearly new, cost $40, now $15. Mrs Lloyd Haubach, 331 N. Thorington. CY 4-4627. 23* FOR SALE — SHEPHERD male pups. Clair Reding, West Bond. , t 23* FOR SALE — REGISTERED Angus bull. Andrew Reding. Algona. CY 4-200G. 23* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Brown Swiss cow and open hc-ifer, to freshen this week. Jerry Puffer. CY 4-2950. 23* FOR SALE — 26 ACRES 1ST cutting Alfalfa and Timothy. Leo Carman, CY 4-2018. 23 Real Estate FOR SALE — 10 ACRES ALF- afla hay. Arthur Gade. CY 44109. , 23 TAYLOR MERCURY BETTER USED CAR BUYS 1958 MERCURY Mountclair 4- Dooi' Hardtop, 26,000 Actual ' Miles. Power 4 Way Sect And Just Like New. Local 1 Owner Car. SEE IT FAST. 1957 MERCURY, 4 door, Radio, Mercomatic, Extra Nice. 1956 CADILLAC 4 Door, Full Power Equipment, Two Tone White And Blue, Truly A Fine Car, Local 1 Owner Car. 1956 CHEVROLET, 2 door, V-8, Standard-Drive. 1955 FORD Fairlane 4 Door, Fordomatic, R & H, Nice. 1955 MERCURY, 9 Passenger Station Wagon, 4 door. 1954 FORD Hcudtop, Fordo, matte, Full Power, Very, Very, Sharp. 1953 CADILLAC, 2 door, Coupe De Ville. TAYLOR MERCURY ' Home of Mercury And Comet Automobile* Sales and Service CY 4-2467 DON'T FORGET TO GET YOUR picnic tables, and charcoal bri- quets from Bronson Bldg. Service. 23 BUSINESS MACHINES Adders and Typewriters 1—Used 7 col. Burroughs adder, $32.50 1 -Smith upright, reconditioned, A-l, $84.50. 1—Remington Noiseless upright, $42.50. 1—Royal upright typewriter, $35. 1—Old cash register, $10. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Office Supply Dept. Algona, Iowa 23 FOR SALE — BRAND NEW Winchester Repeating shotgun. Model 12 Super Grade. 12 gauge, 30-inch barrel, full choke. Never been fired. Dealer price is $104.95. Complete with Stearns guncase for ____ $80.00 Phone CY 4-3246. 20tfn HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CAN'T GET IT. IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. 46U FARMS FOR SALE 200 A. Near Wesley — Good farnr & buildings — $375.00 142 A. — Near Lone Rock— Extra good grain storage — 335.00* Algona Sales Barn Jerry M. Lewi* Algona, la. CY 4-4457 23-24 ' FARMS FOR SALE 120 A.—on paved highway near Wesley — No bldgs. except grain storage — Very good. 120 A.—Excellent land — Very good buildings near Fenton. 160 A.—on paved highway near Algona—Clarion Soil—Some pasture — priced to sell. 80 A.—near Whittemore—Good buildings — good land. 135 A.—near Algona — Good stock farm. 240 A.—near Bancroft — Good land — good bldgs. 280 A.—near Algona — a good one. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, la. CY 4-3174 jj 22 FOR SALE—NEW 3-BEDROOM home, 1204 East Call. Contact Bud Robinson, CY 4-3374 or CY 4-2325. 12tfn interview write Boise, Idaho, number. P.O. Box 1055, Include phone 23* Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I want to express my appreciation to my relatives and friends, my Sunday School Class and Rev. and Mrs Nordine, for your thoughtfulness during the past two weeks. To each of you a you." Lucille 23 sincere "Thank Blanchard. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends, relatives, neighbors, VFW and American Legion who so graciously helped with food, flowers, gifts and their many acts of kindness following the death of our beloved brother and uncle. The relatives of Ray Cunningham. 23' Farm Equipment USED FARM MACHINERY — Tractors — 1—Farmall F-20 $145 1—1939 JD "A" tractor, w/road gear, on rubber $295 — Corn Planters — 1—Int. 4-row cult, w/fert. attachment $225 — Other Equipment — 1—Savage 20 in. self-propelled lawn mower $65 1—J.D. "A" Power Trol cylinder with new hoses $45 1—New Idea 3-bar siderake $125 1—J.D. 3-14 tractor plow w/high speed bottoms __ $350 bottoms $190 1—New Idea 4-bar tractor .rake $150 1—J.D. 4-bar side rake $150 1—Oat huller, belt driven $39 1—Hydraulic loader, fits Int. "H" or "M" ___ ___ $42 1—Used Perfection 2-unit milk- er, complete with pump $60 Gehl Choppers and Blowers New cornstalk shredders To Rent WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton. la. 23 TRUCKERS! We have the Truck Operator's Triplicate Freight Receipt Books to comply with Rule MT-54 of the Iowa State Commerce Commission. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. . .. .. . .Algpha, la. ' I3,tf MIMEOGRAPH STEN.CILS AND> Typewriter and adding machine supplies at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. For Rent Ledyard And Lincoln Twp. Women Meet Lakota — Ledyard Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs Earl Paulsen. The meeting was in charge of Mrs Ervin Schwarz, vice president. Election of officers was held. Newly elected officers are: President, Mrs Henry Steenhard; vice president, Mrs Jerry Heetland; secretary, Mrs Russell Winter; assistant secretary, Mrs Fred Christ; treasurer, Mrs Elmer Paulson and Publicity chairman, Mrs Earl Paulsen. Lincoln Township Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs Louis Wingert. Mrs Ed Sheldahl and' Mrs Harry Ketwick were assistant hostesses. After a short business meeting the ladies presented their mothers each a corsage. A nice program was given with Mrs Alvin Boettcher and Mrs John S. Rippentrop in charge. A delightful luncheon was served. Holy Family hospital in Esther- Ville. She has been named Sheila Marie and has five sisters and one brother. For the past two weeks, Stanley Sleeker and Harold Ashland of the Cabinet Shop in Lakota have been remodeling and decorating the interior of tlu; bank at Kanawha. The junior high choir of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a skating party at Blue Earth. Mol hers driving the young people were Mrs Dontje, Paula Buckels, Mrs Harlan Kruse, Mrs W. D Ley, Mrs Idah Rippentrop, the 4 Surplus over all Liabilities $ 325.500.00 5 Surplus as regards Policyholders . $ 450,000.00 Dated at Des Moines, this 1 day of June, 1960 WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner of Insurance (Seal) (23) Elmer Paulsons Brides. and the Ray Awards presented to the Lakota high school commercial class at the end of the school year went to Susan Eichorn Connie Erdahl, Joyce Thomsen. Judy Richardson, Linda Gallagher and Juanita Cordes, Sharon Apka, Juanita Cordes and Linda Gallagher. Guests at the Vernon Smith home Wednesday evening honoring Shirley Smith following her graduation were the Jerry Heet- lands, the J. F. Smiths, the DeVere Smiths of Elmore, the Ronald Heetland family, the Elmer Paulson family, the Glen Mabus family, the Arlowe Blome .family, Mr and Mrs S. P. Powers. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse and Lamont Junkermeier. Mr and Mrs Larry Winter and Robin Lea of St. Paul are spending two weeks visiting al the parental Russell Winter home here. WILLIAM E. TIMMONS, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify thai said Insurance Company' is auUiorl/orl to transact business in the Stale of Iowa in the manner provided by law, .mill lhe first day of April, I98l'. T further certify that on December 51, I!i5n the; statement shows— 1 Total Admitted Assets . ..$439.902.84 2 Total Liabilities. Except Capita] $158,507.55 3 C'apital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up $200,000.00 4 Mm plus over all Liabilities $ B3.305.29 5 bin plus as regards Pol icy holders $283,395.29 Dated at Des Moines, this 1 day of June. 1980 WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner of Insurance iSeal) (23) Publication Form No. 6478 Insurance Department of Iowa DES MOINES ANNUAL CEHTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Located at Indianapolis in the Stale of Indiana Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of Decemllcr, 1950 in accordance 'with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX. of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said rnsurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM E. TIMMONS, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact business in the Stqte of Iowa In the manner provided by law, until the first day of April, 1901. I further certify that on December 31, 1959 the statement shows— 1 Total Admitted Assets $13,222.020.23 2 Total Liabilities, Except Capital $ 7,580,594.19 3 Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up $ 2,085,000.00 4 Surplus over all Liabilities $ 3,576.426.04 5 Surplus as regards Policyholders $ 5,661,426.04 Dated at Des Moines, this 1 day of June, 1960 WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner of Insurance (Seal) (23) Homes For Sale 2 lovely, new, up-to-date 3 bdrm. homes. Socn $18,600. T Older 2 story, roomy, 4 bdrm. home, large lot, excellftrtf south central Algona. $10,000 Lots - $850, $1,200, several at $1,750. Joel M, Herbst Rod Estate (over Ponneys) 23 Publication Form No. 6478 .Insurance Department of Iowa DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the Custom Drapery Headquarters By A D*c«rating Cpniultant •0 Sur» Be light Se« Biustrom furniture Algona WANTED TO BUY Good Country Mixed Iron $14.00 per Ton Delivered To COOK'S IRON & METAL ALQQNA 2S* FOR RENT — MODERN TWO room apartment, furnished, private entrance at 402 S. Moore Phone CY 4-4572. 23* FOR RENT — WEST HALF OF duplex, 311 E. Kennedy, Algona. Bill Finn, CY 4-4213. 23 FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR -2 room units suitable for light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. Cowan Motor Court, 1111 E. State St Ph CY 4-3523. - 12tfn FOR RENT — FURNISHED, heated apartment, close in, private entrance, private bath, garbage removal service. See Bjustrom Furniture. 2tf FOR RENT — DOWNSTAIRS furnished Apartment. Close-in. Utilities furnished. Phone CY 4-3786 after 5 p.m. 12tfn Wanted HELP WANTED — FEMALE practical nursing. Phone 2671 Livermore, la. 23' WAITED — EXPERIENCED mechanic at Martin's Garage & Body Shop at Whittemore. Phone 3321 or 4761. 23-2 HOUSEHOLD GOODS SAIE Mrs Lamplight wiU sell thf foj^wina household good* for H. D. Hutchtns at the lesiofnct 819 9, Joo'es. Saturday, June 11 ib, starting at 10 A.M. end continuing tit day ijntil everything is sold. Gas'range, Frigidaire refrigerator with 70 Ib. freezing compartment, D;op, leal watau* 9Mi«ue table, 2 4ining nioni table«, odd chairs, 6 oak dining room chairs, 4 folding chairs, chine; ctaet, rockers, mirrert, wool rwg», davenport and/chair, Walnut antiojut living room table, Sectiena! bookcase, antique walnut whatnot, walnut antique commode, antique walnut eVe*s«r, dovble bed complete, 3 pc. bedroom suite, birds eye maple drewer, Cedar Chest, high ch^ir, baby bed, trunks, filing cabinet, library tables Singer treddie sewing machine, typewriter, exceUent condition; detk, MejYtag washer, laund/y |toye, garden tools, pictwrtl, kitchenwari Ma*y otfce* fern* t«o numerous to mfnjif ' -•• •- '••••'•'••" ' •" ''•< •••••: WANTED.— CUSTOM BALING Jack Vipond, Algona, CY 44055, 23-24 WANTED—SECRETARY ABLE to type and t^ke shorthand for general office" work. Reply in writing, giving educationa background or experience, c/o Box 69-F, Algona, la. 23 HAN OVER 25 WITH FABM BACKGROUND Well known Company has perm anent and far above average paying position for full or part Urn* work jo this 4mp«>diatf territory. Sales experience help ful but not necessary. Give age ar\d p^§Lfi$Rm(?BCQ. fpc Pfirsona interyiew. Write Dept. |)JC J0ox J80-S, Algonii; la.- ; -• 23 MM MONTHLY SPARE TIME; Refilling and collecting nioney from. New Type high quality coin OR«raU;4 ditipen^ers in this area No selling. To qualify you must have car »fiQO to llWfl cash tvfttv* tak*f weekly up to $40& monthly Move full time. For personal Mr and Mrs Walter Lunn and Eddie spent Sunday night at the Ed Koppen home in Fort Dodge and 'Monday morning met their daughters and families at the train. Mrs Roger Krominga and children of Rockford, 111. and Mrs Dick McGillivray and son of California are spending this week at the parental Lunh home. Mrs Howard Jensen and Ruth Anne of Brandon, Wis. arrived Friday to spend a ten day vaca- ion at the parental Lou A. Nitz home. Mrs Jensen attended a reunion of the class of 1932 at Ledyard high school May 29. Guests at the Lee Olson home honoring Donald's graduation Tuesday evening from the La- tota Schools were Mr and Mrs Marion Helin of Buffalo Center Mrs Julius Cink and Alice and the Robert Shjllingtons of Algona, the Norman Stevens of Armstrong, . the Ben Bahlings of Burt, the Frank Diers, the Orville Farrows, the George Diers and Mrs Clarence Diers, all of Bancroft. Fred, Viola and Vera Huettner were hosts to the Algona Gladiola Society at thq city hall Friday evening. The Bernard Erickson family of Nora Springs were Sunday visitors at the Burdette Hoeppner home. The two ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson attended a dinner given by the confirmation class of the Shiloh Lutheran Church in Elmore Sunday evening. The daughter o* th^c Thompsons, Janice, is among the class to be confirmed June 5th; Mrs Walter Lunn and Eddie and her daughter, Mrs Roger Krominga and children of Rockford, 111., enjoyed a picnic supper at the Amos Krominga home in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Lamont Jenlen and family of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels of Frost, Minn were Sunday guests at the parental Andrew Jansen home. Mrs L. A. Nitz and Mrs Howard Jensen attended a birthday at the Mrs Ida Darnell home in Ledyard. • Mrs Herman Jutting and Audrey Ruby are hpme following a vacation in California. They came by ^ra^n. as fgr'as Omaha, where tfeey vijeca met by John £ Smith and Gus Po^hoff, , Mr «jft Mi's W. C. Vodraska attended the wedding of his neijhpw; Kenneth Fisher, at Spfrit Lakeb Sunq'uy evening, Mrs A.. Q. §q*i,isseJ 'attended a br»4al sfoww W<k -tfi at MUSQP City, Satu/cVay, ..banesinj Judy ,M r in the state Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, , 1959 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance; Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the ;»laws of this State relating^to insurance THerefore, in pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM E. TIMMONS, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact business in the State of Iowa in the manner provided by law, until the first day of April, 1961. I further certify that on December 31, 1959 the statement shows— 1 Total Admitted Assets ----------------- $17,750,876.79 2 Total Liabilities, Except Capital -------- $11,125,602.00 3 Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up ....... .$ 500,000.00 4 Surplus over all Liabilities _____________ $ 6,125,214.79 5 Surplus as regards Policyholders __________ $ 6,625,214.79 Dated at DCS Moines, this 1 day of Publication Form No. 6478 Insurance Department of Iowa DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the AMERICAN HARDWARE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Located at Minneapolis In the State of Minnesota Whereas, the above named company has filed In the Insurance' Department. ot Iowa, a sworn statement showing Us condition on the thirty-first day of Ueci'inher, HiW in accordance with the provisions of (;iuiptf;r 515, Title XX. of Hie Code of Iow/a. i elating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with lhe laws of tins Slate relating to insurance Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM E. TIMMONS. Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized lo transact business in the State of Iowa in tile manner provided by law, until the first day of April, 1061. I fiiither certify that on December 31. 195fl lie statement shows — 1 Total Admitted Assets ____________________ $29,118,780.14 2 Total Liabilities, Except Capital ________ $24,738.048.04 3 Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up ________ $ 500,000.00 4 Surplus over all Liabilities ...... _________ $ 3.880,732.10 5 Surplus as regards Policyholders _____ ..... $ 4.380,732.10 Dated at Des Moines, this 1 day of June, 1960 WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner of Insurance (23, Publication Form No. 6478 Insurance Department oi Iowa DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION or the \MERICAN CHURCH & HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Located at Madison in the State of Wisconsin Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department >I Iowa, a sworn statement showing Its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1959 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance Therefore, in pursuance of Jaw, I, A House To Rent, Permanently. I Forgot To See Jim Kolp Of The ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY For Complete Coverage On My Home Before It Burned Down. June, 1960 (Seal) WILLIAM E. T1MMONS Commissioner of Insurance (23) Publication Form No. 6478 Insurance Department oi Iowa DES MOINES ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the ALLIED WESTERN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Located at Kansas City in the State of Missouri Whereas, the,above named company has filed in the Insurance Department 3f Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1959 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of tiie Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance' Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM E. TIMMONS. Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact business in the State ot Iowa in the manner provided by law until the first day of April, 1961. I further certify that on Decembei 31, 1959 the statement shows— 1 Total Admitted Assets .._ $1,079,357.18 2 Total Liabilities, Except Capital ? 629,357.18 3 Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up —$ 124,500.00 Are You Looking For A Panel Truck? We Have A 1957 Dodge Panel 'Just Overhauled - New Rubber — A-l Mechanical Condition. You Won't Find A Better Value Anywhere. Better Call Us. KEMNA MOTOR CO. BANCROFT, IOWA PHONE 3521 FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE CHOICE, IMPROVED QUARTER SECTION Farm Located One Mile West Of LuVerne, Iowa. Excellent Soil, Good Improvements, And Well. L. E. LINNAN, Administrator, FRED BLUMER ESTATE, Algona, Iowa (21-22-23) Mi* June II. Mr am) are the ,pf their _, daughter ^was"'born"lb* the Joe Murrays.of Bancroft May 20 at gjfgndparents GUARANTEED USED CARS NOT THE BIGGEST PLACE - JUST THE BEST DEALS 1957 FORD FAIRLANE, 4-Dr, V-B, Std. Trans., R/H, 46,000 Actuql Miles 1956 CHEVROLET Convertible V-8, Powerglide, R A Continental Kit, Not A Dent 1955 CHEVROLET Btl-Air, V-8, 4 door, completely overhauled, R/H, Powerglide , 1954 CHEV. 210, 4 Door, P/glide, 68,000 Act Miles, Clean and Well Kept Car 1954 CHEVROLET 2-Dr., Standard Transmission, A Good Buy A» 19J3 CHEVROLET "210" 4-Deor W/Aufe Iran*., Heater, Good Tires. See It _ ,_ 1953 FORD 4-Door, New V-8 Engine, Overdrive, Customized. , „_, 1953 CHEVROLET Sedan, 2 door, Powerglide, RAH, thoroughly checked 19S3 BUICK SPECIAL HARDTOP, Looks Good, let* Of Car Par The Money ••„— „*„ H, $1350.00 $1095.00 $ 895.00 $ 495.00 $ 450.00 $ 450,00 $395.00 $450.00 $300.00 ' Wl HANOI! AUIS,CHAIMWS FARM EQUIPMENT B&W CHEVROLET-Fenton WANTED TO BUY SCRAP IRON, JUNK CARS, OLD MACHINERY. We also pick up tin and wire. Phone me at Algona, CYpress 4-4508 LEONARD PESICKA ALGONA 20 23 USED ' APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE 9UY OF THE WEEK! RHEEM 30 Gallon Glass Lined Gas Water Heater $79.95 Regular $109.95 42" YOUNGSTOWN SINK - No. S-42 DBL 1.95 $89 Apex Ironer NEW Reg. $99.95 $34.95 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS ffe have them, all sizes % H.P, 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all work OK. Water Heaters 30 Gal. Natural Gas Water Heater New $79.95 Ranges Hotpoint Electric 39-inch $99.95 I—Monarch Apartment Electric, $25.00 2-Westinghouse Electric $49.95 Norge 40" Electric $49.95 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice $25.00 Apt. Gas Range $34.95 T-V SETS I Westinghouse 21" Console — Repossessed Was $339.95 __ Now $199.95 1 Coronado 21" Table Model $69.95 GE 10" Console __-,._ $19.95 1 Admiral 21" Console ._ $99.95 Terrific Trade In Price Being Giv< en On All New Westinghoust T.V.'s Being Bought Herel Refrigerators 2-Frigidaire 6 cu. ft. __' $24.95 Kelvindtor 12 cu ft. Refrigerator $99.95 Freezers 1—Frigidaire 10 cu. ft. Upright Type Fr«?»er -t-,-,-.,. $199.95 Washers & Dryeri Hamilton Automatic Waiher jt»> po**eM«d, new Guar. $99,9$ Q*M«n Conventional ,_ $69.95 Mqytofl Automatic -,,„ $19.9$ EASY TERMS IF DESIRED

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