The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1961
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Seneca Stars Discuss Better Breakfast Fare spent front Sunday until Wed- Seneca -*• Seneca Stars 4-H I Monday after school at the 'home club held their January meeting |'of Cheryl Jensen. Candace Vaudt AUCTION SALE As I am discontinuing farming I will sell the following on my farm locaifrd 1 milfe'Mdrth of £lmore { Mihn., then 3 miles West, 6 miles North and V* mile West. ; •&* ' yi ' * > '' !• . j • ; ' 'mm ' m '" '"• Mi' Saturday, Feb. 4 talked on the importance of breakfast, after which Pamela Kauffman showed the group how to,-prepare variolas fruit. Jolqien Jvtuller talkedon, the gujde to. good eating. , • Mi?s Elmer Haru'sh, who attended the last leader's training school held recently at Swea City, told the grolip of the act! vities of the; day "aiyT the; 4,-t. events coming up in the near future: The group made tentative plans for their exhibit .at. Algona : j 4-H Day. Mi's Calvin Vaudt —'the guest mother. Sold Starts 12 Noon Lunch on Grounds - KOLSTEIN CATTLE - 49 All Cows are bred to Holstein Purebred Bull. 9 Heifers, wt. 600 Ibs. open; 4 Steers wt. 650 Ibs.; 8 Heifers barn calves. MACHINERY, MILKING EQUIPMENT, ETC. MILKING EQtTIPMENT — 1958 Surcje 3-4 unit milker. With all, seamless steel buckets, 1 bucket new 1959 and 2 buckets new in 1958; Pipeline for 24 Cows; Master-Bilt 6 can spray type milk Cooler; 16-10 gal. milk cans} 35 gal. hot water heater; 1 deep, wash tank; McCormick self-washing electric cream separator, used 4 months. V/AGONS — J.D. 6 ton trailer with wide truck; J.D. 5 ton trailer? Walsh 125 bu. steel flare boxi J.D.'4 wheel frailer; Steel' flare box; triple box; Barge box, new in 1959; J. D. 4 ton trailer. MACHINERY — 16-fl. springtooth; McCormick mounted 2M picker; Minneapolis 12-ft. swather; New Idea manure spreader; Cockshutt 3 bottom 14-in. plow; J.D. hammer mill with PTO; New Holland side rake, new in 1959; J.D. 4 row planter with liquid fertilizer attachment, Windpower 4 row rotary hoe; J.D. 15-ft. disc; J. D, 6 section drag; J.D. 7-ft. mower; Massey Harris Clipper combine; A:C,j manure loader for wide or narrow front. , • '. , '; :. • • . BUILDINGS If FEEDERS — 12x18 round roof brooder house; 12x20 tool shed; 2-500 chick size gas brooders; 85 bu. walk-in feeder; 100 bu. walk-in feeder. . BALER — New Holland 77 baler with motor, starter and hydraulic tension. 2 JSale racks". Olson bale fork. - , ? 3—TRACTORS — 1954 John Deere Model 70 tractor with wide front,, A-l shape 1954 Allis Chalmers WD45 tractor with wide front, ,cpm> pletely overhauled; F-20 Tractor. ELEVATOR — 1959 Kewanee 40-ft. elevator, 20 inches wide, PTO, Drive on hoist. MISCELLANEOUS — Heat houser for J.D. 70; 13x38 tractor chains, new; wheel weights for A.C.; set of 12x28 wheels with tires; set of 12x28 tractor chains; 200 gal. gas tank with stand; 1000 gal. barrel; 2 water tanks; 3 feed bunks; Weed Chopper electric fencer; sheep shearer and extra blades; battery electric fencer; electric wire; water hoses; hog troughs; portable air tank; air compressor; vise; grinder; loading chute; forks; shovels; tools; etc.; 2M picker for parts; Some Baled Hay and some Baled Straw. HOGS — 7 Cross Bred Gilts. DONALD R. OLSON will sell the following items also on this sale — J.D. 1957 model 720 diesel tractor, power steering, live power; J.D. 1957 model 666 Special, 4-16 plow; J.D. 1957 model 227 mounted picker; McC.D. 1951 10-in. hammermill; International truck, 1950 L160 with combination box & hoist; CMC 2-ton truck, 1956, new combination box & hoist. USUAL AUCTION TERMS Mr and Mrs Ernest Zietz and Mrs Donald Wilberg and boys of Fairmont were Saturday dinner guests. at the. Martin Wil- bergs. The twins stayed with their grandparents Saturday night and Sunday while Mrs Don Wilberg drove to Minneapolis. to meet her husband who has been on a two week training period in Calif. night at Des they attended the Qta Dealers Converttiotl. . -> The Neighborhoad card 61ul> met at the Cecil Baldwin hofrife Sunday evening. Ted Jensen and Mrs Frank , Meyers, .had high scores, With Mr and Mrs Lyle England, low. Travel prices were won by ted Jensen and Mrs Roy Klein. Aitendlna Ijhe party wefe Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers, Mr and Mrs Roy Klein, Mr and: .Mrs Clarence Men?*, Mr and Mrs Jetry J,ehtz, Mr and Mrs" Frank Meyers, Mf and Mrs fed Jensen, W and' tytrs Clarence Osbbrh and Mr and Mrs Lyle England. ..-, Mr and Mrs John Woodbeck and family and Dorothy Peterson, all of Fort Dodge, were Siui- day guests at the . Alfred JPeter:- sen's. - - •'•-.. Mr and Mrs Manno Piedersen of Ringsted were Sunday guests at the Henry 'Wilberg home. Mrs Elma Moore with hep rn'o- ther, Mrs Knutson and brother Selmer Anderson, all .of Esther-. ville Were Tuesday callers at ther August Kelson's. boldt and Mr and Mrs Merel Ludwig, Susie and Kerry of Rutland. Mr and Mrs Mike Frohling entertained at a family dinner for the birthday of his father, Henry Frohling of the rest home at Algona. Mr Fronting was G.2 ye-ars old Wednesday. were Mrs Henry Other guests Frohling and Mrs Carrie Jeftsen spent Sun-] day with' her daughter! Florence, Madsen and famil);- at B'radgate.! , Mr end Mrs J n ames;Osbomand! 'family of Mititieaptflls 5 Ip'e'rit'the' weekend with the Charles Osborns. ^Lois Wilberg, who is a student at St. Olaf College, is spending the semester brehkf wi\h her parents, the. Martin'ijwllbergs. She .-will resuftie her s|tfidijb$ on Thursday.- •! i''' 5 i v'l ! *""•»'< Rose Ann Thompson, who at- ends Mankato State Teachers College, spent the weekend with JEFFREY Wedel & Clark, Auct. First National, Elmore, Clerk Mr' and Mrs Peter Guess of Algona Were Saturday and Sur\day guests at; the August Ncl- sori'S. ' . Eileen Benzin of Minneapolis spent last weekend with her parents, the Robert Benzins. Mr and Mrs Dick Looft and son Jeffrey of Des Moines spent the weekend , with the • Henry Loofts. OTTOSEN , Mrs Donald Usher FORENOON COMPLETE CLOSING OUT DAIRY AUCT I will hold a complete closing out dairy sale on farm located 6 miles Ewt and 11/2 miles North of Graeltinger or 2 m.iles South, 7 miles West, and Vi mile South of Hingsled. TUESDAY A. M., FEB. 7 *** SALE STARTS 9:45 A.M. ' MllEAD PUREBRED & HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS rnw NO 7 — Born Dec. 15, 1956, Pure bred Jensendale Inka Beets. C.OW NO. 7 — uprn wee. . 1145163. Dam: Jensendale CrlameUf Inka 3702439 Classified good, to freshen in March with 2nSf From Chris and Harold Jensen herd, Last year's production; of butterfat with a 3.7 test. ' . AUCTIONEERS NOTE: The next 10 cows are from Refsell and pSr herd Production records are from last year because no records exist due to lack of time this year. — HOI <5TEIN COW NO. 80 — To freshen by sale date with 2nd call, ?Ss hSs d°m in 305 days produced 446 Ibs. of at. HOLSTEIN COW NO. 86 — To freshen by sale date with 2nd calf. This heifer's dam 3.4 test. HOI «5TFIN COW NO 85 — To freshen before sale with 2nd calf. Her HOLSTEIN COW wu. BO 2-year-old in 2J)8 days was 342 Ibs. of """ J«k} 16S If .TAL 't«il.v» J.IA* w t *^^.«».-( —.— j f- — T j -• Tltbnka and* Mrs Bei-thV Pom* iier of Algona were Sunday call- rs 'at the Henry Loofts. Mr and Mrs Everett Klocko of Tairmont are parents of a baby daughter bora Jan. 17. She will je named Catherine Anne. _randparents >, are;,' the » Cassi6 Klockos ^arid', the 'Liaurenee Han- .elmans. Mr .and Mrs Ole Pedersen entertained at a family dinner Sunday. Guests included Mr and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Dale Long and daughters of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs John Micklick of Terril, Mr and Mrs Merle Lockwood and children of Swea City and Dr and Mrs Roy Hassebrook and daughter of Orange City. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt spent Sunday evening at the Russel" Jensens. Rev David. Vigen, who,ha. been ill the p.ast mpnth^is .how able to' '' e s«*s]|^P^|^ parish. '^'"ifrT:-''•"-.., Beginning Sunday Feb. 5 ship services at the Blakjer Lu theran Church will be at 11 o* clock'. ' " ' ' Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg en tertained . at '. dinner Sunday Guests included Mr and Mrs El mcr Lee and family, Mr and Mi Eldon Lee and, family and M and Mrs Maynard Lee, all of Es therville, and Mr and Mrs Ken neth Halverson of Fenton. and Mrs Clarence Osbor ' MrV Merle 1 Holt, ; ' local; .Christ-, mas seal chairman, reports thp the gross sales for Ottosen aria Wacousta Twp. totaled $153.15. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain nd Mrs Ralph Richards went to Rochester, Minn. Sunday. Key. Mountain and Mrs Richards, had check-up, at the. clinic. - • ' t Mr and" Mrs Cletis Hundertmark are parents of a 7 lb., 4% oz. son born Monday, January 16, at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Us name is Lyle Dean. family of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Merlin Frohling and family of Mallard, Mr and Mrs Leslie Edwards and family of Forest City and Jack Frohling and son Johnnie of Mallard.- • Mr and Mrs Virgil Thorsen of Austin, Mipn. were week end visitors at the Ed Benkendorf's. Mrs Victor Meyer and Kevin arrived home from Iowa City Wednesday evening after a two week stay at the hospital for Kevin who has leukemia. Mrs Antonc Waechter celebrated her birthday Friday. Relatives who came in the evening t( surprise her were Mr and Mn Peter Dahlhauser and Mr and Mrs James Dahlhauser of Whit temore, Mr and Mrs Henry Dahl hauser and Mr and Mrs ,Pau Dahlhauser, Bill and Michael, M and Mrs Bob Waechter and Mark of West Bend, Mr, and .Mrs. Ray Montag of Rodman and Mr ant Mrs Verne Waechter and family of Gilmore City. Mr and Mrs Clarence Bauer entertained at a 500 party Friday evening. Eugene Hofius and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann had high .scores, Oliver Lee and. Mrs IJarr 'ley .Knutson low and Raymond jwehrsparin had travel.'• ; ° , '; * ? Mrs Bertha Jacobsbn, Mrs Gunda Enockson and Mrs Earl Olson visited Mrs Hannah Gdnd- erson at Bode Thursday > atlqr.- noon to help her observe her seventy-eighth birthday. Mr and Mrs H. D. Benson were iweek :'c'hd visitors at the. Dean Nilges home at SumrteY. ' <;''-> ' Seven Lakota Speech Students Get Top Rates Lakota — Cleo Weldin, speech coach at Lakota high school, en- ett, rating 1; Joan Miller, rating j'Carolyn Ley, rating 2.'. rfutnprqus declam: D a r r e 1 1 laybaugh, rating 1; Carman Cook, rating 2; and Linda Koppen, rating 1. Original oratory: Larry Becker, ratirfg 1. , . All those with a 1 rating will advance to the district contest of the state speech series to be held at Sheldon, Feb. 18. Other schools participating ai Thompson were Britt, Corwith, Wesley, Garner, Kanawha, Klcm- iTie, Forest City,, flake, Buffalo, Center, Titpn>a, J-,ed.yard a . „ , . M.CS Earl Thompson, Mrs John Cook, B/lrs-yicgU Barrett, Mr and, arid PatrU Flo,yi cja Eionen eittended the cpntest. Cale Hartshorn qf Spencer, Mfoss. came on Sunday morning for a week's visit with friend? and relatfvfes.. Mr arid Mrs Raymond Kvomin- ga went to Mason City Sunday to visit Mrs Krominga's mother Mrs Fred Korte, who has been a patient at Mercy hospital foi thref? weeks. Mrs Korte is im proving. , , • , i nd Mrs Raymond Hertzke, Mr und Mrs David Boekelinan and Rev. and Mrs La Verne Meinecke attended the prayer services held Saturday at Austin for Byron 3uan Hcrttke,' infant son of Mr \nd Mrs Keith Hertzkc. Mr and Mrs Walter Rockier of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby and Audrey were Sunday guests at the Paul Kockler's. They were celebrating Becky's 'irst birthday. Mrs Henry Mitchell returned home Sunday after a month's stay in Hampton where she helped to care for a new grandchild of Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson's. Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* . . By L. S. Bohannon Thursday, Feb. 2, 1961 Algona (Id.) Uppar D«« Monat--_» Mrs I*ufHer&ke, *r Mr"..Mrs Elwln Flower.of Qrnnd, .function spent Sunday and Monday With the Henry Mitchells. The Good Will Truck will bo in Lakota Feb. 23. Mr and Mrs Joe Schisscl of. Ames spent the week end at the. pm-enldl Wayne Gardners. ' RPV. and Mrs Harlan Krusc entertained at n neighborhood coffee party Sunday atternoorv. They were honoring John Smith, who will leave in a few days for the west coast. SMALL PARTS CABINETS for home or office. Upper DeS Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Emmetsburg are parents of a 9 lb., 3% -oz. daughter, Denise L,ynn, born Wednesday, Jan, .18. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth are the grandparents. Thursday evening they went to Emmetsburg where they visited the new mother and saw their sevententh grandchild. . v .. , ... ,Mr, and Mrs- Louis Jacobsor W ,nd V/JerryKinseth of tered 10 of her students-in - - ' preliminary speech contest or tne state series held at Thompson, Saturday, Jan. 28. They arc, by group with rating: Oratorical declam: Char old Barrett, rating 1; Albert Becker, rating 1; and Wallace Christ, rat- Dramatic declam: Clare Bar- Cah sive : Personal or Family Liabil ly insurance be added to Fire insurance in these new "package" insurance. deals? / ANSWER: Yes, that is one of the standard inclusions' many multiplp-peril coverages. * if yp.u'11 address -your own insurance questions 16 this office, we'll try to give you the correct answars and there will be no charge or obligation .of any kind. '• L 5, BOHANNON 6 N- Dodge ti-tii CULLEN HARDWARE THE NiVv MARVELOUS CY 4-4443 Mrs Robert Block were guests; Mrs Frohling and Conrad John-? son ha'd high scores and Mrs' Johnson and Victor Meyer, low." Mrs James Jacobson had travel. Mrs Essie Cooper entertained at a canasta party Wednesday evening. Sunday evening supper guests at the Fred Kampen's in honor of Beverly's thirteenth birthday were Mr and Mrs Gerald Shiflett, Danny and Brian of Hum- PUBLIC AUCTION As we are discontinuing farming we will sell the following at public auction on farm located 9 miles south of Fairmont, Minnesota, to the Hands Park Corner, then 2 l /2 miles east; or 2 miles south of East Chain, Minnesota, and 2 Vi miles west ON THURSDAY, FEB. 9 STARTING AT 1 P. M. LUNCH ON GROUNDS -. £ ft? n in February. a Sam produced in 295 days 251 Ibs. of fat. COW NO. 53 - To freshen by sale date with 3rd calf, not a full year at time she was bought. . HOLSTEIN COW NO. 36 — To freshen last of February with 2nd SS 5* 91- Fdjyw 9JB50 Ibs. of milk; 337 Ibs. of fat with a 3.5 test as a IN^cbw NO 79 — To freshen with 2nd calf last of February, " production as a 1st calf heifer: 263 days; 362 Ibs. of fat ' NO 4 - To freshen by sale dele with 2nd calf. Last ~ MACHINERY 2 _ TRACTORS — 1958 John D^re 620 tractpr. power-trpl, powgr steering, live powrfr, power ; take off with 3 point hitch; 1950 J.D A tractor, power-lrol, roll-a-matjc and hyd. lift. ^ .^ _. NEW J.P, No. 227 Cornpicker and No. 50 Sheller combination. NEW J.D. H-ft- tandem wheel disc, disked about 100 acres; New J.D 4-row cultivator with rubber gaugs wheels; l?§4 J.D, 4-row No. 490 cornplanter; 1955 High'Boy JCrpm^r sprayer, mounted on MT John Deere tracton New J.D. 14-ft. fleld cultivator with hydraulic lift J.D. 4-bar side rake on rubber? J,D. 3-16 mounted plow for 62 tractor and lock-ups; 1959 J.D. manure loader with dirt and snow buckets, like new. CASE A6 combine with motor, straw spreader, scour-kleen, always been shedded; 1959 McCullen direct drive chain saw with extra chein, like new; I.H.C. No. IOC feed grinder on rubber with PTO and traveling feed table; 40-ft. grain elevator with speed jack; Drive on hoist; 2 rubber tired wagons with flare boxes) I,H,C, 3,.b9ttQm 14- in. plow 00 rubber with plow chi«f bottoms; 5-sec. drag with telescoping eveneri 4-sec. drag with evener; New Idea. ?'Wh?M ma snrsader, nearly pew; Oliver 8-ft. windrower; Entfgate seeder; bottom stubble cleaner for plowj Minnesota 5-ft. horse mower, FEED — 190 Bales! of Hay; 175 Bajas of Straw, MISCELLANEOUS — 300 gal. ga,« |ank op stand) ?,265, gal. oil tanks; 2 seU 9f Wheel weights; 13 x 3| factor chains, nearly new; 'A-jn. electric drill with bits; 2 hay bu,nk,s; 2 feed bunks; 2 walk-in hog feeder*; loading chutes on rubber) 3 steel hog troughs; hog water fountain and hose; time clock fo? quicken house; Pump jack with '2 h.p, mplpr; handy roan jack; fire extinguish,?!) hydraulic jack; grease PUBLIC SALE I will sell the following described property at Public Auction, on the farm located 2 miles-west and 5 miles north of W/esley; 6 Mi es outh of Titonka on the blacktop, 1 mile east, and V4 mite north; or 5 miles north of U.S. 18 on No. 226, 1 mile east, ana, 'A mile north on, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8ih Sale to Start at 12:30 P.M. Sharp Murphy Lunch on Grounds Free Coffee AllJPay FARM MACHINERY 1959 I.H.C. 450 Planter with plastic fertilizer boxes and disc openers, 160 rods of new wire. 2-Ton Chevrolet Truck with hoist, combination grain and stock box. Good running Order. 1955 I.H.C. 300 Tractor, 2-way hyd., good tires; 1954 I.H.C. super H Tractor, good condition and tires; 448 I.H.C. Cultivator; 12-ft. J.D. Grain Drill, like ne,vj-, double disc openers; 1955 J.D. No. 25 Combine with Scour Clean and Strpw Spreader; 1958 Kewanee 14- ft- Tandem Disc; I.H.C. 45T Baler; J.D. 10-ft. Field Cultivator with power-troll; 4-sec, Rotary Hoe; I.H.C. No. 27 Power Mower; 9-row pull type Sprayer, used 1 season; 10-ft. Fertilizer Spreader; 3-14-m 11 H'C Plow with power-troll; 2-16-in. I.H.C. Plow; Horn Manure Loader with Snow Bucket) 10-ff. Binder made into Windrower; 15-ft J D. Disc; 4-bar New Idea Side Delivery Rake; 4-sec. Flexible Drag with steel eveners; 6x10 steel Wagon box on Anthony running gear, on rubber; 6x10 wo9den Wagon box on Bmdly running gear on rubber; 7x12 wooden Wagon box; J.D. Tractor Spreader, on rubber. 1-3 ANP 120 TONS OF CORN SJLAQE USUAL AUCTION TERMS Dean Walker ^^^W^ ^"^ -•-•-'- o*a+«i Tianlr Rincisicd. ( ., , guns, shovels, wrenches, saws, ajj<jl other numerous articles. HOUSEHOLD. QOQDS — Kitchen oil burner with fan; Parlor c burner with fan; 2 seated child's swing and sUde; Some built% Seigler oil furnaces, with blowers; 3 linoleum rugs and rocking chair; Wood and coal pa,rlpj furnace and piano. SH.EEP — 39 — 3-year old ewes tQ lamb in April. TRUCK — 1951 Ford Y-8 pickup truck, % ton, grain box. BUILDINGS — 10 x 12 brooder hoyse and 12 x 18 hog house AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; Most q| this machinery is ju»i Uke new The High-Boy Kromer sprayer if a nice outfit and can be used for custom spraying. \\ interested in ewes,, here is a nice flock.. Com early as there are a few small the sale a few m|nut«s after 1 q'cjc»ck p.m. . will be pn the main part ° U9UAL TKRM8 LEO EVERETT Clerk CATTLE Holstein cow, fresh in Dec. with 3rd falf; 1 Holstein cow, fresh in Dec, with 2nd coif; 1 Holstein cow, fresh in June with 2nd e« f, due again in April; 1 Holstein cow, in Pec. 1st calf; 2 Holstein cows/ due in March with 1st calves; 2 HoUteir i Heifers due in March with 1st calf; 1 Hplstein Heifer, just bred; 3 Brown wiss Heifers fresh last of Dec. with 1st calf; 1 Brown Swiss Heifer eavy springer; 1 Short Horn cow due in March with 3rd calf; 1 lacK Angus Bull, 2 years old. A|l females with calf are bred tQ his black bull. Most of these cows and heifers are «fllJhoQd bangs nated, and those old enough ore bang.* tested. AH cattle «re. vacci TB tested in last 30 days. BUILDINGS - Walk-In hog feegV; 10x12 Brooder house; 8x12 Hog waller; 12x18 Oarage; 10x18 Hog hpvse; 2 Feed bunks. VUSCELLANEOUS - Wtfod and 1 Coal tank heater; 180 rods of New Hay Rope; 16 in. Jamesway Veptila*i"9 Fa" with thermo.; Some Tools. HQUSEHQLD GOODS - Siegler Barl°r Stove with fan, ysea 1 just 3 mos.; Siegler Heating Stove with Ian. These are both goodI stoves Coal and Wood Heating Stove; M ond Dresser; 35-gal. Skellgas Water Heater for pressure system- ^ ,.____ flRMSTCASH Qrlnake arrangements with your banker before the sale: No property to be removed 1 from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accident* should any occur. Joseph M. Studer, Owner West & Quinn, Auct. Iowa State Bank of Algona, Clerk iiin 111 r- ' •"'- -"=* * ""' "Moderniqme WALL 3ANGES . .'. sheer engineering v/hordry — focused on giving you a new dimension in cooking, roasting, and baking simplicity! by ... MONARCH 2 OVEN CAPACITY in a 30" Single Oven Range ! install any way you like . . . FREE STANDING WITH BASE BUILT-IN ... or HANG-ON-WALL . full height GIANT oven BAKE ON BOTH RACKS with a Monarch ! Magnificently contoured Monarch Marvelous "Modernique" represents a completely new dimension in kitchen styling and luxurious convenience. Anything wonderful that may be said of a range describes the "Modernique" - beauty, outstanding ?po.kii>Q ant) baking cepqcijy, no stoop -r no stretch, operation, irts,tallption flexibility, simplified cleaning and many other fqsc/mating features, Yes, to own the new MARVELQU5 Modernique by MONARCH is to enter the realm of futuristic rqnge fulfillness. cles/ignea! fgr gny de^or . . . CONTEMPORARY • COLONIAL • CONVENTIONAL QNIY $2.5Q A WEEK Come In To See The Features To Prove Which Is FAIREST OF THEM AU ! -»*fe~* CULLEN HARDWARE CY 4-4630 Algona, Iowa

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