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'?' Thurtdoy, Auflui* ft, 193$ Atflofla (let.) Uppflf 1 guests Sn the Ralph i homo. Mr ami Mrs Dftrryl holder were Sunday day, Aug. 14-15, nave beeh designated as ^ack-to-School promotion days m Algeria* sral retail Mores will feature the &H&A «e*t House evening WANT ADS THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS I Algona Upper Des Moines Classified Raids 3c Per Word, Cash in Advance 5c Per Word, Charged 60c 'Minimum Copy Deadline Wednesday, 2 p.m. > PHONE CY 4-3535 I tfDM,, Want 'Ads OReach 6,000 .Families Each WeekM FOR SAiLE — 1949^ STUDE- barker convertible. Radio and heater. Good condition. 1109 E. Lucas. 31* WANTED — Experienced. 4413. ' FOR SALE — 1943 OLDS- mobile, 2 door. Clean. .Cheap. W. T.- Becker. 417 S. Wooster. , ' ,' 31 Real Estate FOR SALE — 2 - BEDROOM modern home, practically new, full basement, new furnace, hot water heater, attached garage, in fine shape throughout, located at 420 No. Roan st.-,.A'igoina <-*$ll,- 000. Henry ScheppmSnn, owner, pihone CY 4-3672. V 31-32* For Sale FOR SALE . — W A S HED gravel, concrete mix, block sand. Reasonable price. We Henry Fehr, 3702 Wesit 26-35* ',".: ------giPINET 'PIANO ' WiANTED — RESPONSIBLE /party to take over low monthly > payments on a spinet piano. Can' be seen locally. Write Credit Manager, P.O. Box 215, Shelbyville, Indiana. 31 FOR SALE — PUREBRED • Spotted Poland China fall boars, new blood line. Bert S. Geerdes and Son, 3% S. and 1% E. of 'Lakota, la. ,.,.,,, ,17tfn FOR SALE NEAR MEW bedroom ranch-style home at 804 S. Harriet. An unbelieve- able number of built-ins and closets. Birch woodwork 'throughout. 25' living ropna — separate dining room. Built-in oven and counter-top stove. Shown by appointment. Call CYpress 4 •3217. . 30tfn FORi SALE —. 3 BEDROOW , .'home, 4 Vfe miles southwest o Algona. Leon (Ohamp) Martin . ' • , • ' 31 tin TeUsphone CY 431-32* HELP WANTED *-. FULL OR parr time work, male or female, at once. Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners. 18tfn I—Model 60 Alll8*dh*lH»ft wilh pickup and *ttaw»^6ad*t L1NDE iMPLBMENt CQ« SWEA CITY, IOWA DIAL BRown 2-4601 .. J!l HELP WANTED — WANT TO make $20 or more a day? We will train and finance dependable man or woman over 21 for Me* Ness Route work. Write or call: M. F. Clawson, FURST-McNESS CO., Freepont, 111. Phone AD 2- For Sale •>e summer, Mr and Mrs Mclvin Meyer and Brian were Sunday guests in the A. A. Krueger home. Mrs Edward Anglen, Shirley Muhleiseh and Carol House- lolder of Omaha visited over the the Glenn House- 2151.' 29-31* WANTED and calves. 4-2421. FEEDER PIGS Joe Bradley, CY 29tf FOR SALE i—Hotpomt electric^ ran«e, burner, with deep well, standard size. 1—G.E. 7 bu. ft. refrigerator 3—Used deep well pumps, $50 and up. See us for G.E. Appliances and the BEST trade-in deals McFall & Rusch Fenton, la. 31 WANTED — MAN FOR LARGE bread route. Married, 21 to 45. Good references necessary. Above average income. No lay-offs. .Vacation with pay. For appointment call or write Omar, Inc., Spencer, Iowa, or phone 2783. 30-31-32 FOR SALE — 200,A. FARM IN Kossuth., County in Riverdale twp.; 160"A. farm in Kossuth County in Cresco twp., possession March 1, I960., Contact Mrs Huert O'Brien,-Bode, la., or Harry 'bilges, Irvington, la. 29-31 F6R SALE — SHOW PIGEONS. Ronnie Waldera, 321- N. Harlan St., Algona, la. Phone CY 4-4279 HEAVYWEIGHT TARPS AT LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT OR CAN'T GET IT. IT IS NOT MANUFACTURED. DIAMOND'S. FOR SALE — SOME MILK . cows coming :with 4th calves. John Gisch. CY'4-4470. 30-31* GOOD' USED. CARS 1—1958 Chev. Biuiscayne '6 cyl. radio and heater. Very clean, —- r - $1750.00 -1957 Ford V-8 Fail-lane "500" 4 door, auto. • transmission power steering and brakes " 'new'Nylon"-tTr-egr^Trtre^trorr ly sharp car - $1595.0 1—1954 Ford'% ton pickup truck ' V-8 with- overdrive __ $750.0( B & W CHEVROLET Fenton, la. .3 FOR SALE — AT THE ALGON Sae -barn, Friday, August some Duroc sows. Will farrow soon. John W. Weber. 31 WANTED TO HIRE — A young man with selling ability to call on farmers in Algona territory. Guaranteed salary and commission, selling machinery and trucks. Send full particulars t6 Box 69-X c/o Algona Upper Des Moines. 31 Farm Equipment For Rent FOR RENT — FURNISHED apnrtnient. All utilities furnish ed. Close in. Phone, after, p.m., CY 4-3786. 22tfn FOR RENT — SLEEPING'ROOM for girl or lady, kitchen privileges, close in. Phone CY 42357. " 31* Card of Thanks FOR SALE 254 acre livestock and dairy arm, good buildings, modern 3 jedroom home only 9 miles from We§t Bend. Priced to sell now at only $57,000. To close the Dr. Givens estate we are offering the Franklin lotel for sale. Immediate pos- s'ession may be had. A. E. Pertl, Realtor — Phone 3C01 — West Bend, Iowa. 31 Real Estate For Sale 160 A. near Wesley — nice laying Webster & Clarion — FOR SALE — Rock fries, Root- Fenton. 4 LB. WHITE 85c. Mrs _Pon '•31* FOR SALE , — • C U S H MAN scooter and -clarinet. Both good condition. Geo. Koestler, Burt. Phone 3 - 100. , .31* 160 A. near Sexton — good bldgs — nice laying Webster & Clarion • — will sell on contract. 3.45-.A __ near. .Armstrong -^ fine Modern home ' — excellen outbldgs — best of land — will sell on contract. 160 A. near Emmetsburg — no •bldgs — very productive. 200 A. near St. Benedict — fai bldgs — some pasture. 160 A. near .Milford — excellent land — fair bldgs — modernized house — will sell on contract. 3 Bedroom House — close in — Only $4500. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, la. CY 4-3174 • USED MACHINERY Corn Pickers l_iNo. 20 New Idea mounted picker -No. 6 New Idea, side elevator 3—No. 6-A New Idea pickers, rear elevator Other Machinery 1—John Deere 4-bar "tractor rake -Used Portable elevators Used Tractors 2—"A" John Deere tractors WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. We demonstrate — Just Ask Us! Fenton, la. 31 CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to relatives and friends for tho lowers, memorials, cards and 'ood, also to everyone who .helped in every way following tho death of our beloved wiife antl mother. Richard Potratz. and family. 3>1 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank the relatives, friends and neighbors for cards, flowers and visits while I was in St. Ann hospital. Mrs Elizabeth Molamphy. . • 31* Notice For All Sizes & Weights of T AH P S You Do Bettor Al WILLE'S CANVAS. & Upholstery- ;• •> 2Q6 West State, Algona <TFN Wanted WANTED — OLD 'LIVE BARN . .pigeons, 20e each. Truck will tie through on Aug 21. Write how many, and give directions -io, your place, to P. I. NOTEBOOM^ Orange City, Iowa.. 31 Field Representative FARMERS^fATIONAL CO. , SERVICES WANTED TO BU'F — SCRAP iron, junk cars, also machinery. We also pick up tin and wire. Phone CY 4-4508 or write Leon- '•arcT'Pesicka, Algona. 31-32* Get Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP KEYS MADE " at Coast-to-Coast Alaona • B-IUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS for evening aPP 0 *"* 1 ™ 5 " Phone ,PY 0 4 S W0 4 _ 2018 CV 4' -• Storfe-r- CY. 4-3837 R. O. Biustrom - CY 4-3690 Frank Moultanjr^CY^JJM- Jackie K U eile $ y'- CY 4-3786 Established 1925 Easy Terms WANTED — DAIRY BARN manure carrier. MarviV Kramer, pt>one 2577, Bode, la. 31* WANTED — ' WOMAN FOR practical nurse and smiall amount of house work for older couple, P. O. Box 315, Algona. v 31* WANTED — BUYERS FOR TWO of the nicest old used typewriters on the market; one upright, one portable, both priced to sell now. Upper, Des Moines Pub. Co., .Algona. SOtfn USED TRACTORS 1—1937 Oliver 70. overhauled, good. tires. 1—F-30 — - $175.00 1—1946 "M" w/power pack 1—1945 VAC Case Tractor on rubber $395.00 1—1951 Massey Harris s 44-6, A-l • condition, good iires, wide •••*•'• and -reg. ,ironi,,,rft BARGAIN .^ 1—1937 J.D. 'A' '—"-'- $150 1—1947 "M" w/Live Hyd. Cpi: lO'haul, and new tires __ $1395 1—F-20, good $165 1—1950 MD, very clean and good rubber $1850.00 USED MACHINES 1—Jerri Mower, A-l $65.00 1—No. 34 HM' 20 Picker 1 1952 J.D. No. 226 Mounted picker, A-l $200 1 No. 24 Picker — Late model 1—Wide Front, M & 450 _- $150 3 Used Mozall Mowers from $50 1—A6 Case Combine — Extra clean. 1—1951 M.H. Clipper Cpi. with moior (w/starter) & pickup aiiach. Motors 8c Boats l_New Cruise-about Fiberglass 15 - ft. Boat, complete with steering, upholstery and windshield. New BARGAIN 1—71/2 h.p. Scoit BARGAIN 1—60 Ti.p. Scoti Eleciric :L $725 1—22 h.p. Scott Outboard.C_$295 1_1957 8 h.p. West Bend, Like new $150.00 HEADQUARTERS For WALSH CRIBS Used Trucks 1—1958 AC 162 2 ton 173" WB Our Service Truck. A-l 1—1955 IH R-100 >/2 ion pickup- Very Clean New Appliances 1—21V80 Admiral Upright 21-ft Freezer, Reg. 499.95, now $325.0 1—Gibson Double Door 14-cu. ft Refrigerator with Automaii Defrost. Reg. 369.95 Now . $259.95 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. 31 NOTICE Thie3 - Faber wedding dance aj. Plantaiipn, Wednesday-,., Aj»g 12. ' Relatives and friends invited. 31 * Lone Rock Girl -, .'"'»*)^-t 1 ;-' * Is Honored With Shower WANTED — MEN, 18-34, for employment in America's railroads. Train as agents, operators, average pay $375.00 ( up, plus doctor, hospital, retirement, passes, paid vacations. Good health, eyesight. Write name, address, age, and phone number to Railway Box iD-c/o This paper, Algona. ^ , 31-33 ' LOANER'TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires $09 Us For AH Your Tire Needs Low Prices , Easy terms BRADLEY BROS. USED FARM MACHINERY & Television -Service , , KOSSUTH" R^DI 1 }, ''•; Mi E..' Blite |) ' Phoue CY U MM 1-1948 SC Case 3-MM Z 1—A John Deere 1-B John Deere 3-A6 Case Combines 1-Case 9 Row Hwsker 1-Qliver 2 Row Hasker 4-MM 1 Row Mwskers Utz Feed Mill All Priced To Sell BUSCHER BROS. .«1015 No'. M*m ,' ,.i, ' i f! US E D MACHINERY LIST PLOWS •3-16 Allis-Chalrners — Mounted —3-14 Allis-Chalmers — 'Mounted, —3-14 Oliver —2-14 Oliver ' —2-16 Allis-Chalmers — »Hyd. —3-14 McCormick-Deering MISCELLANEOUS —40 ft. Kelly Ryan — wide elevator —40 ft. Kooiker Grain ^ Auger with motor 1—40 ft. John Deere Elevator .—40 ft. New Idea Elevator four wheel —- real good I—Demonstrator Meyer. Hay • Conditioner I—Case four bar side delivery rake 1—New Idea Three bar side Delivery rake TRACTORS 1—Model 30 Cockshuit I—Model F'2Q M-D I—Model A John Deere 1—Model C AlliS'Chalmers I—Model WC Allis.Chalmers COMBINES 1— No, $5 Pase Combine with pickup and strawspreader l--,JS[p. 6A Case with, spike tooth cylinder, pickup and Strsw* spreader 1—No. 60 Massey-Harris with pickup and sirawspi'eader —very -ple^n , - t ! t •. Lone Rock — A shower honor ing Carol Householder was hoi Saturday evening, Aug. 1, in lh Presbyterian churoh parlor s. Sfancy Fischer entertained tin- group with two vocal solos, Mrs 3 auline Flaig accompanied her it the piano. Mrs Lawrence >itimer, master of ceremonies, ed the group in a game and Carol Householder opened her nany gifts. Gloria Householder and Shirley VTuhleisen of Omaha assisted her n opening the gifts. Jeancttc t-Ianna registered the guests and Jean Christensen of Algona, and Peggy Pettit of Lone Rock received the gifts. A lunch waa served by the hostesses, with Mrs Herbert Underwood of Omaha pouring the coffee. The hostesses were Mrs Elclon Marlow, Mary Flaig, Mrs Ernest Jensen, Rose Kraft, Leon Marlow, Wm. Kading, Erich Sccgc- barth, Darryl Householder, Garryl Householder, Livermore, E'llwyn Householder, Algona, Wm. Householder, Fenton, Robert Hanna. Evelyn Earing, Ralph Reidel, Tlingsled, H. A. Dlan- chard, Woodrow Pellit, Fri-d Schmidt, Lawrence D i 11 m r r, Pauline Flaig, Marvin Marlow. Art Zumach, Clarence Kraft George Long, Delmar Fischer, Louie Berninghaus and Durwood McArthur. vookcnd In oldcr home. iMr and Mrs Jake Swnrtv. nnd Mr and Mrs Bob Anderson of Des Moines called in the Art Pricbc homo Thursday. Mr nnd Mrs Art Person nnd Lei Person visited nt tiho Mllo Bone brake's at Winnobago, Minn. Sun day. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richnrd visited In the Maurice Oils borough home at Tilonka Sun day. Mr nnd Mi's M. O, Richard went to Rochester Wednesda where 'Mr Richards will K through the Mayo clinic. 'Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer were Sunday visitors with t lhe Ben Schmidts. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and Dennis Schmidt and Vcrgcne Norland went to Deadwood, So Dak. where they attended a rodeo. 'Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson visited Sunday with the Glenn Hughes family in Sac City. Mrs Louise Liob, Arnold and Ella visited in Sanborn, Minn, with Wm. Yackel. Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder attended a Mortenscn fam- i y reunion in t)hc home of Mr iicl Mrs Adolph Mortensen at c .wea City. Those attending from his area were Mr and Mrs Fred Vloiftensen and Katihy, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Robert Morlonscn and girls, Swea City, Carl Mortensen, 'enton, and Ruth Laz/ar and lichard, Swca City. Mr and Mrs Charles Payne of lymouth, Wis. were Saturday quests in. the Lillie Thompson lomc. Wm. Brown of Bradgate was guest recently in the H. A. Holmgren home, Robert Donovan of Algona was a Sunday visitor in the Lillie Thompson home; Mr and Mrs Bruce Eckhart off H umbol dtfwferc -Tufce'd ffy "vis'lto rs in the Everett Hanna home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and nephew were Sunday evening visitors in the H. A, Holmgren home. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna visited Tuesday in Mason City. •Mr and Mrs Howard Seely of Algona called Sunday in 'the Everett Hanna home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schenck and son Sandy and Mrs Mary Son-tag of Altfona were Sunday guests in the Everett Hanna home. The group honored Mr Hanna with a birthday celebration. Sunday guests in the Abner •Holt home in Leroy, Minn, were Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and children of Lone Rock, and Win. Knoll of Algona. .Mr and Mrs Henry Sohrader and Mrs A. C. Ulman of Washington, D. C. were guests in tho Agnes Tabor home in West Bend. On Saturday, Aug. 1, a fam- ly picnic was held nt the horfto f Mr nnd Mrs Fredrick Schultz, ,ono Rock. A pot-luck supper was held with tho following guests from this arcn: Mr nnd Mrs Alfred SchuH?., Onry, Tim, Todd, nnd Dobra of Ottosen, Kav <"nulstick and daughters, Yvonne and Cynthia of Whjtlomorc, Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer and son Brian of Algonn nnd Mr and Mrs Alfred Kruegcr and Kcnnll, Mm Ruth Kruogor nnd Dawn Sohultz all of Lone 'Rock. [ guost? in the F'fcd Mortensen home in Fenlon. Mrs Delmgr Fischcf sp^nt Fri" day with her mother, Mrs Amanda Peterson at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch end family were Sunday guests in the Don Lynch horrte at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker nfu boys attended the baptism of Mr nnd Mrs ftud Alke's son, l>Rr^yl George Alkc, at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Frank Tieman wore visitor^ Sunday in 'the Henry Ti'tman home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Jack Tiemnn of Burt, nnd Mr and Mrs Darfcl Drcycr and family of Pen ton were Sunday visitors in the Honry Tic-man home. iMr Jnmos Walker and Scdtt week. It is sponsored By *.*~ -~ tail trade promotion committee oi the Chamfer of Comfitefefc, WANTED A House To R«rrt, I Forgot To See Jim K«lj» &t Th« ALOONA INSURANCE A66NCY Before My Own Home Burned Down. ;Mr nnd Mrs Mni"vyn Si-hulU and Jo were visitors Saturday in nnd children James nnd Alice 1 " " ..-..-.. ,_,,_ Lynn are spending n week's vacation at the Frederick Schultz home. Mnrvyn is Pastor of two chuix-hes near Alton, 111. when he has served nearly six years. He will be preaching Sunday morning, Aug. D, in tho Lorn Rock Presbyterian church, at f) n.m. Mrs Mary Genrich visited Sunday afternoon in the S. E. Slraley home at Fenton. On Saturday, Mrs Genrich attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Earl Jones O! Graettingor. Mr and Mrs Ray Tiety. find children of Spirit Luke and Mr and Mrs John Gramenz of Fenlon were callers Saturday evening in the Ortwin Tietz home nt Lolls Creek. Mr and Mrs Luverne Hammer- slrom of Ware and Mr and Mrs Dale Upward nnd family of Terril were Sunday guests in the Ral]Jh Hnmmcrstrom home. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurl-burl and Randy and Mrs Emma Ilurl- burt and MfU'y called on Albert Shaser, a patient in the Esthei ville hospital. Mr and Mrs James Elsbecker, Dave nnd Doug were Sunday thr Rose Kraft home. Mrs Joyce Rciter of Evansville, Ind'tann, will be visiting with the Clarence Krafts for a few weeks. Two New Cases In District Court Tv/o new cases and a juclgmcn in a easo previously filed, were lighhfihls of (hi; past, week it Kossuth district court. Oscar Luedtke of Lone Rock is plahiliff in u suit asking judgment of $918.07, including interest, naming Don H. Hutchins of Aliis defendant. The rmiUnr concerns n note issued Nov. 10, if> 5. A divorce action was filed by Francis A. 'Bunting, miming Arlene Runling ns defendant, on July 31. The couple were married Aug. 9, 1057. A judgment was decreed by Judge Ci. W. Stillmnn for $124.09 in I'fivor of the Firestone Store, against George Long of Lone Rock. USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! Regular $99.95 42" YOUNGSTOWN SINK - No. S-42 HBL $59.95 "Back-To-School" Next week Friday nnd Satur- Air Conditioner : rigidaire 1 Ton Air Conditioner $299.95 THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING and CA RPj TIN PETERSEN "FURNITURE IN FENTON Quality Furniture With Realistic Prices COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF USED ELECTRIC MOTORS We have them, all sizes V* H.P., 1/3 H.P., 1/6 H.P. all work OK. NuTone Kitchen Exhaust Fan — $24.95 Ranges Monarch Lee Range $59.95 Magic Chef Comb. Gas Range $69.95 Assortment Of Natural & Bottle Gas Ranges — Your Choice v $25.00 Gas Space Heater, Vented Type . $24.95 Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton went to Osage recently to attend the Mitchell county fair. John Cotton is helping in the Mitchell county extension office during OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. A. D. Curry, Conrad, Iowa, transferor, & Curry Transport Company, Inc., Conrad, Iowa, transferee, has filed a joint application for the commissions approval of tho transfer of liquid transport carrier certificate No LC-60, which authorizes . operations as a liquid transport carriei between all points in the State o Iowa. The commission has fixcc Thursday, August 27, 1959 a 10:00 a.m. at the office of the commission in Des Moines, lowi as the time and place for publi hearing on the above dockctcc application. IOWA STATE ' COMMERCE COMMISSION Harold E. Hughes, Chairman Bernard J. Martin, Commissione Ray H. Thompson, Commissioner ATTEST: Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary Dated at DCS Moines, Iowa, Aug. 3, 1959 Docket No. DLC-133 31-32 T-V SETS If you have fat lambs to sell, call: «•««• ••—<aj< :*» _..«*»• -5u, aKM^taaf •. **,***.* Clarence Carleson at 2961 or 28/1 at the Livermore buying station. Our buyer will visit your farm. We also provide a daily market for hogs. LAMBS WEIGHED LOCALLY The Rath Packing Co. Terrific Trade In Price Being Given On All New Westinghouse T.V.'s Being Bought Herel 2 Used 17" Console T.V.'s USED RECORD PLAYER $14.95 V. M. Record Player Reg. $89.95 NOW $49.95 Refrigerators Norge Refrigerator with full« v/idth freezer $69.95 Frigidaire 8 eu. ft., sealed unit $50 Freezers I - Norge 19 cu. ft. Reg, $449.95 - NOW __ $319.95 WATERLOO, IOWA (24-34) JOHN WORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CIHOICE FAT STEERS GERALD FRANKL CATTli BUYER CAU AtGONA, CYpress 4-2061 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Ready To Sell - Call Worrell! •i-rtu*. ->ilte k /»: .f i „ ">r JI* , },ffei«' H''•;) Itor ^Ptiifit STUDENTS! With school only a few weeks away, it's time to select that new or used typewriter you've always wanted. We have ci complete line of New Smith-Corona Uprights and Portables; New Remington, Royal and Cole Portables. We also have used L. C. Smith, Underwood and Remington uprights and Corona and Remington portables - priced from $27.50 to $42,50. Upper Des Moines Washers & Dryers Round Tub Maytag Washer ______ _ ______ ____ $54.95 Speed Queen Electric Clothef Dryer Slightly Used _'_ $74.95 Frigidaire, rebuilt, all porcelaU • washer, one year guaranty - $99.95 Maytag Automatic ---- $74.95 2 — Conventional Washers Your Choice — $15.00 Each Hotpoint 48" Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Top and Sink _________________ $124,95 Hotpoint Garbage Disposal Reg. $124.95 __________ $39.95 Vacuum Cleaners 1 - Electrolux Tank Type $34.93 1 - Apex Tank Type Vacyum Cleaner __________ $24.95 1-Lewyt Canister Type — $19.95 Water Heaters 2 Used Electric Water A Complete Of Ap« pliances, Including Mixers, Toast* ers, Hot Plates, etc, -Just AsJj ; , Us — We Can Save You $ I ,l« On Good Merchandise. * EASY TERMS W Across From the New- Parking lot

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