The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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Natural gas is here! And there are two way easily change to gas he you can For thriftier, better heating, convert your old heating system to natural gas. Chances are, a simple conversion unit like the one shown here is all it will take (and it can be installed in less than a day's time). If your furnace is in good, safe condition, converting to natural gas will probably cost less than you'd expect. And it will definitely save you money on operating costs. It will save you trouble, too; you never run out of gas. See your gas heating contractor or call North Central Public Service Company. Replace an inadequate or old-fashioned system with a new automatic gas furnace. When you have a modern gas furnace, you just set the thermostat and relax. You get perfect comfort automatically. Modern gas heat gently and automatically circulates warm air from floor to ceiling, into every corner. And it does more. It filters the air as it heats it, to keep it fresh and clean. (The gas flame burns clean to start with, of course. So clean you can sterilize a needle with it.) When it comes to comfort, gas makes the big difference. Costs less, too. But that's not all. Look what else you can have with natural gas: rst Northern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving naturil gas to your local gas company A gas water heater that gives you hot water to spare (hot water that's really hot) at a cost of only pennies. Nothing heats water faster for less. '' }; " . '"Si*" ^S-*^" 1 ^" A gas range that gives you all the modern automatic features you could want, in addition to the precise heat control that gas cooking is famous for. A gas clothes dryer that's fast enough to keep up with your automatic washer, gentle enough for the most delicate things, and thriftier than any other kind. A gas yard light that guards your yard with soft, gentle light. And a gas grill that gives you real charcoal cookouts with none of the mess and bother. A compact new gas furnace that takes so little space you can turn your basement into an extra room, a room to live in, work in, or play in.

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