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6N-W Thk Dks Moinks Register Wednesday, October 1 1 1995 IE I liftaiVliaUl VVVlUiliil IIotLle New Used Merchandise s1.00 UP ROSE'S-138 4th St, WDM M-F 9-8. Sat. 9-5, Sun 12-5 This Katz had neon whiskers, ears, eyes I IVISI1 CvA 4 'X- i41 i Look tor mutual fund and stock market listings every Saturday, in The Register's business section. Don't wait until Sunday to monitor your investments. Just study the stocks, every Saturday, in The Register.

SI)c Des illoincs lie qistcr a i 3 by Todd Watters and Thad Watters V.P.Gen Mgr. Auto-Truck Sales READING EXPLAINED The octance number (referred to as the anti-knock index) that drivers see at the pump is an average of two octane rating methods. Both methods involve the comparison between the tested fuel and a special reference fuel (isooctane). which has an octane rating of 100. If the tested fuel has 90 of the knock resistance of isooctane, it has a 90 octane rating.

Now, let us retun to the two octane rating methods motor octane and research octane. The former more closely reflects a fuel's performance under high-speed, high-temperature conditions, and part-time throttle use, while the latter predicts relative performance under low-speed, mild knocking conditions. The research method typically yields results 6-10 points higher than the motor method. Thus, the two ratings are averaged. Buying the right gasoline for your engine can help maintain its efficiency.

So can routine preventative maintainence. Stop in at WATTERS AUTOLAND, your Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac and GMC truck dealer. We're easy to reach, 8 miles south of Des Moines at 878 Highway 65-69 in Indianola. Service and Body Shop: Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Body Shop: Sat.

9-12. Phone 515-961-7461. Stop by Watters Autoland in Indianola and check out the new 94 vehicles. The Callanan If you are in the process of relocating or settling an estate, The Callanan Collection can coordinate all facets of your sale. BUICK OlDSMOBIIf PONTIAC GMC TRUCKS in Get a jump on money-making news Beginning October 7, look for mutual fund and stock market listings every Saturday, in The Register's Business section.

Now you don't have to wait for the Sunday Register to check on your favorite stock and mutual fund action. You'll get the complete financial picture in Saturday's big Money package, featuring the 'Savings Game' column by super-saver Ilumberto Cruz. Study the stocks, mull over the mutual funds, and pick up and more money-making news, every Saturday in The Register. el)c Dcs jfloincs ftcgistcr Collection For information on how we can help, call 515-243-2124 Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-4 pm. AMOCO kWVV PLUS FREE Hiiijv TIRE ROTATION (A $43.95 Value) of Motor Oil We Use Quality ATLAS, Estate Sales 2122 Grand Avenue Des Moines, IA 50312 VALLEY STANDARD Full Service Center 4TH GRAND WEST DES MOINES I would love to see a picture of the neon sign of the Katz Drug Store.

It was a big black cat with neon whiskers, ears and eyes. What happened to the store? This would have been around 1955-60, maybe near Park Fair. Lori Gib-ney, Des Moines. The Katz Drug founded in 1914, opened its first Des Moines store in 1930 at Seventh and Locust streets. A second store at 1910 Carpenter Ave.

opened in 1952. A third store, a Katz Super Drug Store, with 20 sales departments on two levels, was completed in the "new" Park Fair Shopping Center at Second and Euclid avenues in 1957. In 1964, a self-service super store was built at the "new" Wakonda Shopping Center in the 4200 block of Fleur Drive. Citing a steady deterioration of shopping in the downtown area, the Locust St reet store closed in 1961. In 1972, the Carpenter Avenue store closed the building is now home to Polk County human services agencies because "business didn't warrant keeping it open." By 1973, no Katz drug stores were listed in the city directory.

Twenty years ago, there was a group of ladies in Altoona who formed the Altoona Kitchen Band. They used washboards, pots and pans and many other household implements to make music. They would dress in gay '90s costumes and do the dances of the period. They were very good. Are they still playing? Joe Kochheiser, Des Moines.

The Altoona Kitchen Band "is still alive and kickin'," according to Phyllis Murphy, a band member. The band formed in 1968 for the Altoona centennial in 1969, she said. The group consisted of 35 members who played everything from washboards to tubs. Each carried a kazoo. The women wore costumes portraying various characters including a flapper, a gay '90s siren, or a pioneer in long skirt and a bonnet.

The band now consists of seven to eight members, including three from the original group. They recently played at Valley View Village, an east-side retirement community, and Iowa Public Television filmed the band's appearance at this year's Iowa State Fair. They appear at various functions around the state, perhaps three times a month. They performed this year in Madrid on Labor Day and in Milo for the Fourth of July. They also have a lifetime invitation to perform at the Variety Club Telethon in the early spring.

"We play the sweetest music this OFFICIAL PUBLICATION (NW908) THE IOWA DISTRICTCOURT POLK.COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF DANIEL COOPER. Deceased Probate No. ES38264, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estote of Daniel Cooper, Deceased, who died on or about Septembers 1995: You are hereby notified that on the 26th day of September, 1995, the last will and testament of Daniel Cooper, deceased, bearing dote of the 13th day of February, 1995, wosodmittedto probate in the above named court and that Camille A. Valley was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set oside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of moiling of this notice to ail heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities ore reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred.

Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having cloims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by low, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of moiling of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 26th day ot September, 1995 Comille A. Valley, Executor of Estate 5301 Douglas, Des Moines, I A 50310 Steven C. Koiser, Attorney for Executor 1 200 Hub Tower, 699 Walnut Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Date of second publication: 18th day of October, 1995 (NWB67) THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT POLK COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF HAROLD EUGENE VOE LS. Deceased Probate No ES37855 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Harold Eugene Voels, Deceased, who died on or about July 6, 1995: You are hereby notified that on the 6th day of July, 1995, the lost will ond testament ol Harold Eugene Voels, deceased, bearing dote of the 1st day of July, 199i, was admitted lo probate in the above named court and that Gladys L.

Smothers was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months trom the date ot the second publication ol this notice or one month from the date ot mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identifies are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate ore requested to moke immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of tour months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailinq of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 22nd day of September. 1995 Gladys L.

Smothers xecutor of Estate 4045 3rd Street, Des Moines. I A 50313 Richard E. Connolly, Attorney for executor 2400 86th Street, Suite 5 Des Moines, Iowa 50322 Date of second publication: 11th day of October, 1995 (NW9I2) THE IOWA DIS1 RICT COURT POLK COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF MARIAN D. BERRY, Deceased Probate No ES38279 NOTICEOF PROBATE OF WILL. OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOT ICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate ot Marian D.

Berry, Deceased, who died on or about June 6, 1995: You are hereby notified that on the day of September, 1995, the last will and testament of Marian D. Berry, deceased, bearinq date of the 28th day of September, 1983, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Sue Sharon aka Donna Sue Sharon, was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of moiling ot this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identifies are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further qiven that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, ond creditors having claims oqainst the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided bv law. duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so iled bv the later to occur ot lour months trom the second publication of this notice or one month from the dote of mailinq of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter lorever barred.

Doted this 28th day ol September. 1995 Sue Sharon, xecutor ol Estate 2916 30th Street. 101 Des Moines. IA5O310 Martin C. Sprock, Attorney lor xecutor 505 Fifth Street.

Suite 729 Des Moines. Iowa 50309 Da'e ol second publication: 18th day ot October, I9V5 ttt IH This is one of the many Katz Drug side of the kitchen sink," Murphy said. Organizations interested in a performance by the Altoona Kitchen Band may contact the Altoona Chamber of Commerce at 967-3366, she said. What can you find out about the Waterbury Chemical which made Waterbury Compound? It was sold in a pint bottle, and was said to have made 75-year-old men at least 40, and contained iron and alcohol. The Waterburys are the people who brought the Johnston windmill from Holland.

Harold Bean, Des Moines. Frank Waterbury started the Waterbury Chemical Co. at the turn of the century after he disposed of a chain of drug stores he had been operating. His brother, Eugene, joined the business after the Spanish-American War, in which he was one of Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders. The company flourished at 130-136 E.

Locust St. until 1929 when it was sold for for $2 million to the William Warner Co. of New York City. One of the main products of the company was a cod liver oil com- "Applause" recognizes Des Moines-area residents who have won honors or scholarships, attended special classes or camps or distinguished themselves on the job. MARCHING BAND HONORS The Dowling High School Marching Band, under the direction of Steve Holland, received top honors (or performances during Algona Band Day.

Dowling placed second in parade competition and first in field show competition. The band won the best brass and woodwind award, the best drumline award, and took the sweepstakes trophy for the best overall band. SKATING WINNERS The Skate East-West 2000-meter relay team won third place and earned silver medals at the U.S. National Roller Skating Speed Championships in Syracuse, N.Y. Team members are Simon Goheen, Hilbert Beasley, Jathan Trevena and Kyle Norris.

They are coached by Mark Muse. DMACC DEAN'S LIST The following students have been named to the dean's list at Des Moines Area Community College for the summer semester: Alleman: Cheryl Murrow, 230 N.E. 141st Place, Jenny Nelson, Box 11. Altoona: Theresa Cassler, 1024 Greenway Court, Sherry McDermott, 1002 Adventureland Drive, Janet Meyer, 304 14th Ave. S.W..

Kurt Steffes and Tammi Steffes, 212 25th Ave. S.W.. Melissa Walker, 724 Eighth St. S.E. Ankeny: Kenneth Abbott.

318 S.E. 10th Jeff Anderson, 206 N.W. Shar-min Drive, Lori Bloom, 1950 Summer Park Drive, Leann Dejong, 506 N.W. Cindy Lane, Julie Doughan, 903 N.E. Trilein Drive, Patty Easter, 209 N.W.

Beechwood Drive, Scott Halbach, 313 N.E. Delaware Juli Johnson, 214 N.W. College Christine Kecy, 202 S.E. Fourth Tiffany Kelling, 509 N.E. Delaware Justin Linhardt, 1017 N.E.

Grant Elizabeth May, 113 N.W. Greenwood Jason Paasch and Joshua Paasch, 318 N.E. Ninth Heather Richardson, 1004 S.E. Belmont Dar-yl Ross, 2002 N.W. 10th Paula Schultz.

2030 DMACC Brenda Shadravan, 418 S.E. Sharon Rodney Slagle, 202 N.W. College Cheryl Spencer, Box 32, Misti Stoll. 206 N.W. State Greg Vannorsdel, 2030 DMACC Christina venema.

217 N.E. 12th Place, Laura Vesely. 1093 N.W. Greenwood St. Bondurant: Jessica Beaver, 8231 E.

94th Rebekah Brown, 100 Third St. Victoria Hintz, 1 1090 N.E. 72nd Stacy Wildrick, 106 Second St. N.W. Pleasant Hill: Adam Donald, 349 Edge-wood Lane.

Polk City: Lori Anderson, 509 Roosevelt Tyler darken. Box 428, Patrick O'Connor, 1100 Broadway, Michael Schnieders, 4400 N.W. 166th Ave. Urbandale: Theresa Fleming, 9604 Hammontree Drive, Vera Kalyagina, 9111 Boston Joy Mills, 7944 Rose-land Drive, Noemi Oyarzabal, 4123 77th St. Circle, Jana Schneckloth, 3700 Elm Drive, Catherine Thompson, 9616 Quail Ridge, Vicki Trimble, 7118 Monroe Court, Sam Warren 9810 Quail Ridge, Michael Weber, 3812 82nd Beverly Haas.

3114 62nd Nancy Porter. 4829 64th St. West Des Moines: Angela Beaman, 5120 Tamara Lane, Lynn Boyd, 222 Sixth Bartholomew Eben, 1144 23rd Sara Fedders, 1215 11th Carol Fick, 2721 Meadow Point Court, Jennifer Fran'son, 913 52nd Marcy Fredrick-son, 729 41st Jill Hayes. 700 Fourth Sherri Jacobs. 621 22nd Yevge- 1 1 i if Stores that used to dot the city of A SERVICE ih which writer Linda Mint kA arm, Banger aiumvrs 'adcrs' questions about the Des Moines To ask a ues- or write Neighbors Hoi Line, P.O.

Moines 50J04 pound. It became so popular that three rail cars were used monthly for distribution among the company's branches, which included New York, Toronto, London, Hong Kong, and Sydney, Australia. Frank Waterbury and his family lived on Ingersoll Avenue at Country Club Boulevard. In that area now is Waterbury Circle and Waterbury Road in an old and some would say swank residential area. At the time the Waterburys lived there, that area was not too far from the old Des Moines Golf and Country Club that had to move because of the MacVicar Freeway construction.

Waterbury traveled abroad extensively hence the Dutch windmill and had a farm just east of the Hyperion Golf and Country Club Applause niya Kalyagina, 3405 Woodland Lisa Lutter-Knowles, 5440 Ashworth Road, Viktoriya Mezentseva, 3405 Woodland Karilyn Miller-Bailey, 228 First Audra Nelson, 428 Eighth St. Des Moines: Richard Allen, 1612 York Matt Angerer, 2901 34th Leo Barry, 3919 Fifth Carla Berry, 3211 Williams Edwin Berry 6671 Sixth Drive, Robyn Bosma, 1544 47th Patricia Brown, 2640 Wedgewood Road, Dana Camp, 415 N.E. 56th Douglas Carey, 2600 Lyon Deanna Carmona, 522 S.E. Park Kristen Carroll, 1916 S.W. Frazier Michele Carter, 512 Clark Mary Cochrane, 1215 S.W.

Kenyon Janet Dady, 2401 E. 39th John Davenport, 712 E. Shawnee Stephanie and Susan Duberstein, 400 Tonawanda Drive, Tron England, 2622 E. 30th Karl Flam. 1533 Pennsylvania Kelli Foltz, 3800 S.E.

25th Court, Jon Friesen, 7301 S.W. 16th Bachman Giang, 1333 13th Angela Gipe, 2212 Merle Hay Road, Erika Gith-ens, 4102 Welker Drive, Allison Gourd, 2801 Grand Elizabeth and Kather-ine Greenwell, 2612 Logan Richard Grill, 1304 Fremont Beverly Haas, 3114 62nd Deanna Hampton, 616 S.W. Pleasantview Drive, Toni Hansen, 3513 S.E. 19th Stephen Hansen, 3901 S.E. 26th Aaron Henry, 3831 16th Jerry Hilton, 1689 Northwest Drive, Amber Holden, 2307 Richland Drive, Shawna Johnson, 6205 S.E.

Fifth Loren Jones, 640 63rd Thomas Juneau, 5418 S.E. Seventh Tiffany Karney, 723 Foster Drive, Lesa Kelly, 1513 61st Richard King, 3201 E. 12th Kim Kirkpatrick, 224 E. Creston Joshua Konkol, 6504 S.W. 17th Raymond Kraber, 2906 High Anh Tuyet Le, 7500 Royal Road, David McCuddin, 3606 E.

42nd Court, Dory Mendenhall, 1540 28th Laura Miles, 2420 Raymond Drive, Michael Minnick, 602 S.E. Diehl Tuula Morrow, 1301 Amos Kenneth Mylon, 6893 N.E. Rising Sun Drive, Kim Nguyen, 5412 S.E. First Court, Phuong Nguyen, Box 402, Kandice Norgard, 1509 Osceola Kimberly Novy, 928 Sixth Justina Nwosu, 2310 Hickman Road, Brian Olund, 1008 S.W. Leland Dac Priam, 926 Oakridge Drive, Nancy Porter, 4829 64th Stephanie Potts, 1520 Milton Nicole Reed, 1350 S.W.

Thornton Theresa Riedl, 1010 S.W. Evans Dawn Robertson, 1427 33rd Kevin Rosendahl, Box 35426, Jon Russell, 3309 Forest Renea Santry, 2923 Garfield Melissa Schreiber, 1606 30th Kathy Sheets, 4802 S. Union Andrea Smith. 3451 Grand Joanne Steacie, 2525 Grand Roxanne Stockwell. 3201 E.

36th Court, Paula Studer, 1236 McKinley Nancy Suby-Bohn, 312 Corning Judith Thielen, 926 Oakridge Drive, Scott Thomas, 1006 36th Thuy To, 4011 Third Jerry Torrence, 3705 42nd Kohei Usui, 3101 E. Cleveland Gregory Ward. Box 8292, Luann Water, 6614 S.W. 15th Beatrice Watson, Box 12086, James Wilhelmi, 2120 S.E. King Robert Winget, 3019 State Deborah Wood, 4513 S.E.

Third Court. Donald Yeager Box 8208, DMACC PRESIDENT'S LIST The following students have been named to the president's list, which means they earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average, at Des Moines Area Community College for the summer semester: Clive: Stephanie Bill, 8191 Harbach Karyn Cederwall, 1420 N.W. 104th Trevor Feuerhelm. 2119 N.W. 147th Ken Hillabolt, 10943 Clark Has-mig Link, Box 23187, Matthew Mirkows- FULL SERVICE OIL CHANGE I 1 II II' mnini 1 i tl Des Moines.

near Johnston. The wijidrnill was.de-stroyed during a wind storm several years ago. Feedback Ben Swartz of Des Moines said perhaps the reader who remembers Gypsy camps at 70th Street and-Hickman Road years ago is thinking of the camp the Gypsies regularly, used on Merle Hay Road near Beaver Creek. Marvin Janssen of Des Moines has updated us on Grocery-Store locations in Des Moines. He recalls that there was one on Universi-" ty (1817 University according to a 1957 city directory).

He remembered this store for a special reason, he said. "Before we were married, my wife worked at the on Court -Avenue and was transferred tb the University store. One day I got reckless and went there and proposed to her. She was stocking shelves at the time, and when I asked her to marry me, she dropped a bottle of ketchup. I can still see that bottle of ketchup dropping on the floor," he recalled.

Alice Van Hosen of Des Moines also remembers another store on East University Avenue. The 1957 city directory mentions one at 920E.21stSt. i I S'J I ki, 2161 N.W. 139th Kimberly Sieck, 1645 N.W. 84th Karen Woody, 1665 N.W.

81st Yuri Tsirulnikov. 1500 N.W. 81st St. Cambridge: Patrick Heiderscheit, 314 W. Fourth St.

Des Moines: Todd Norman, 807 ft.E. 64th Jill Agan, 8023 Warren Drive, Ann Allison, 3333 52nd Mandy All-sup-Zook, 4108 Hubbell Elizabeth Anderson, 4219 Foster Drive, Joy Aunan, 2415 34th Jennifer Bacon, 3023 Kingman Michael Bancroft. 2512 26th Jeffrey Benn, 5220 S. Union Julie Bergen, 3933 Clinton Linda Boje, 701 E. Fifth Sheila Boyd.

7287 N.W. 16th Lisa Brown. Eighth Anbinh Bui, 2335 Bennett Landiep Bui. 1323 24th Nhan Bui, 2335 Bennett Kathleen Cahai-an, 1524 43rd Pamela Campbell, 4885 Piekenbrock Drive, Anthony 3143 S.W. Seventh Cynthia Cox, 3501 Wolcott Crystal Craddock, 5408 S.W.

Eighth Roseanne Craig, 2012 Lay Huy Dao, 1517 29th Debra Decamp, 4040 Hubbell David Dennis, 3006 Cornell Shelby Endi-cott, 4651 N.W. 51st Patricia Evans, Box 3136, Brian Floden, 3822 S.W. Second Luann Folkers. 4927 N.W. 53rd Court.

Ann Fredregill, 2100 Evergreen John Freylack, 211 Park Mark Friel, 4205 Park Jeffrey Gardner, 2306 N. Union David Gibbs. 2800 Fleur Drive, Amelia Griffith. 3224 S.E. Fourth Betty Harris, 701 E.

Fifth Marietta Head, 1316 York Joseph Heggen, 3826 E. 40th Tract Hulett. 3709 S.E. 23rd Jean Ingersoll, 5006 Bel-Aire Road, Rebecca Ingle, 3417 Belmar Drive, Justin Kehoe, 1057 35th Sela Kirkegaard, 3833 Maquo-keta Drive, Allen Kratz, 1452 55th Leanne Krell, 1622 S.E. Creston Rhonda Lee, 1438 Enos Katharine Louis, 2323 45th April Martin, 2600 N.E.

52nd Court, Michael Mattiussi, 3309 S.E. Third Scott McWilliams, 1910 Casady Drive, Dennis Mortvedt, 4607 S.E. Third Brenda Moyle, 500 S.W. Gray Nancy Mullenberg, 4907S.W Sixth Lori Nelson, 1700 48th. St, Roger Newman, 5800 N.E.

Sixth Todd Norman, 807 N.E. 64th Marta, Page, 3011 57th Christa Payne, 1823 E. Lacona Susan Pharrv926 Oakridge Drive, Mark Phipps, 413S.E. Jackson Jason Powell, 61 1 Boulder Doyle Ramsey, 5213 S.E. Eighth Michael Ridgeway, 601 S.E.

Titus Denise Roach-Lindeman, 2759 Eas-ton Valerie Rohde, 5712 College Jessica Sanford, 7206 S.W. 12th Richard Shacklett. 1800 Watrous Claudia Slone. 1802 S.E. Eighth Essie Sol.

3921 Kingman Theresa Stangl. 2111 E. 23rd Jamie Steichen, 3025 E. Ovid Colette Swenson, 4005 Briarcliff Drive, Sivika Uborisak, -2410 Terrace Road, Debra Vanhornede-' groote, 926 Pleasantview Drive, Jessica Verwers, 2619 Capitol Heidi Wad-sworth, 2522 Boyd Stephen Wagner, 2335 E. 41st Karen Walker, 1 107 Virginia Joann Weaver, 4121 Berwick Drive, David Wensel; 403ii E.

University Ave. if eTrsTce rtTfIcatTon Corinne Clark, 809 E. Broadway.ohas earned her certified medical assistant credentials by passing thei America? Association of Medical Assistants' Certjtica-. tion Examination. Clark is a nurse at Roosevelt High School.

TO SUBMIT an applause item, srifd to Applause, Neighbors, sectionP.O. Box 957, L-s Moines, la. 50304. 7 TUVC A i union I I Includes Up to 5 quarts (Quality Atlas Oil niter Complete Chassis Check All Fluids Lubrication Check Belts iper Safety Inspection I Must present coupon Expires 11-30-95 Vacuum Car I TOUCH-FREE (A I i a I I r- pt I vmllc I Oil Filters CAR WASH $5 Value) tunitnn MiiUMnu fuii service Center lJ- -n Moines 255751 4j be energy 1 2 Thermostat Safety Controls Pilot Assembly Burner Humidifier All Control Filter Lubricate Blower Beit LI Blower Motor Hot Water Thermocouple WW Gas Pressure 'J Flues-Furnace Water Heater Heat Exchanger Chimney Cap Complete Furnace Cycle WINTERIZE eowtgency sendee. REG.

LICENSED BONDED INSURED Bob Doty. Owner Heater 17 POINT lor I This offer not intended CITY WIDE HEATINOAND AIR CONDITIONNO, INC. I.

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