The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 27, 1962
Page 10
Start Free Trial

WESTINGHOUSE IMPERIAL OVEN i « t ; ; * * u DRAMATIC NEW Completely new and practical design makes this Westinghouse Imperial* the ultimate in built-in Oven performance, convenience. The most practical design — the most useful features ... the easiest cleaning. A|l these are yours in th« Westinghouse Imperial built-in 6ven. Side-mounted controls give easiest access', greatest visibility. Exclusive Serv-Temp Roast Guard guarantees meat done to taste .. . rqre, medium, well dqne .... and kept that way, even though dinner's dejayecj fpr hours. Built-in Rptisserie, Miracle-Sealed Oven, Automatic Timer, assure perfect results for everything you bake or roast. : There's new cleaning ease, top, with re^mpVable oven door and plug-put heating units that make cleanup a breeze. ' ' ' " • " """ l OMA IIFT OFF THE DOOR PIUG-OUT >. THE HEATING UNITS you CA BE SUFIE...IF BEECBER LANE APPLIANCE "Wildest Trader ' TERMS! ALGONA PUBLIC AUCTION , As we are discontinuing farming we will sell the following personal property at public auction on farm located 'i mile south, (Hz miles \vest, and V'i mile north of Truman, Minn.; or 1 mile north, 4 miles east 3 miles north, 3 miles cast and Vi mile north of Trimont, Minn. ON — Thursday, March 1 -12:30 p.m. MURPHY'S LUNCH ON GROUNDS 24 - Holstein Dairy Cows - 24 Cow No. 1 — Bonnie freshened with 4th calf Oct. 29, bred back Jan. 23; Cow No. 2 — Peggy freshened with 1st calf Nov. 28, bred back Jan., 2.7; Cow No. 4 — Elsie freshened with 1st calf Jan. 20, open; Cow No. ^ — Donna freshened with 2nd calf Dec. 14, bred back Feb. 4; Cow No. C — Hill freshened with 4th calf Jan. 28, open; Cow No. 7 — Mabel freshened with 8rd calf Oct. 24, bred back Feb. 4; Cow No. 8 — Flossie, freshened with llrd calf Oct. 20, bred back Jan. 16; Cow No. 9 — Bess freshened with 2nd calf Dec. 14, open; Cow No. 10 — Alice to freshen with :trd calf; Cow No, 11 — Blossom freshened 3rd calf Nov. 10, bred back Jan. 10; Cow No. 12 — Kathy freshened with 2nd calf Dec. 28, open; Cow No. 1:1 — Dixie freshened with 1st calf Nov. 23, bred back Jan. ID; Cow No. 14 — Pam freshened with 4th calf Oct. 17, bred back Jan. 11; Cow No. 15 — Polly freshened with 2nd calf Jan. 31, open; Cow No. 17 — Daisy freshened with 1st calf Nov. 80, bred back Feb. 8; 3—13, or 14 month old heifers, open; G heifer calves. MILKING EQUIPMENT — 2 unit Surge milker, new style buckets and Surge pump; Surge 15-gal. clec. water heater; Star brand 8 can milk cooler; strainers and pails; McC. D. separator, stainless stee bowl, hi-speed. POWER MACHINERY 2 THACTOKS — l!)5i) Case BOO tractor, wide front, eagle hitch, 2000 hr.; 1!)4« Case D.C. tractor; — heat houscr to fit 600; set of tractor chains; 2 hydraulic pumps with hoses; Case A6 combine, Wisconsin motor, scour cleaner, like new; Case 2-row pull-type corn picker with husking bed; A. C. No. 60 combine, straw spreader and pickup attach.; Case 4-row cultivator; Case 8-bot, 14-in high clearance plow, new style lays; Case l2U-ft. wheel tandem disc; Case 10-ft field cultivator; Case 4 bar side delivery rake; Case 7-ft. mower and windrower; Case 12-ft drill, grass seed attach.; Case 3-botlom 14-in. plow; Case 95-bu. 2-wheel inunure spreader, on rubber; Case 15-in. hammermill, PTO. J.D. 1'JO corn planter, large fert. attach, with off set fert. discs, and, rubber press wheels, 80 rods of wire; 4 section lever flexible drag with Noble evencr; Stun hoist loader with snow and manure bucket, fits D.C.; Pollard stalk cutter; Stan hoist 42-ft. elevator, wide hopper; Elec- Ivic trailer, rubber tired (wide tread), with wood flare box and Ward's wagon hoist; Case trailer with wood box and Glencoe hoist; Rubber tired trailer with triple box; 2 wheel trailer; Rubber tired trailer with flat rack; New Idea elevator with speed jack; and Glencoe hoist. MISCELLANEOUS — :! h.p. electric motor; large portable air compressor; 2—12-bu. hog feeders, nearly new; hay bunk; feed bunk; stock tank; rubber tired milk cart; hand corn shellcr; 400-gal. gas barrel; electric saw; Jig saw and motor; electric drill; Olson hay hook; electric fencer; some sawed lumber; steel posts; grease guns; and other tools. FEED & BROODER STOVES — «00 bales of alfalfa hay; 200 bales pi straw; 45-T of cqrn silage in silo; Brooder house, good condition; elec. brooder stove; bottle gas brooder stove; brooder stove. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — 6-11. Frigidaire refrigerator; kitchen cabinet; chairs; childs table and 2 chairs, hardwood; fruit jars and stoue jars; Maytag square tub aluminum washing machine. Usual Auction Terms — No Property Removed Until Settled For. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Mrs. Evelyn Helvig & Sons, Owner Hubert Becker, Former St. Joe Man, Passes 8t. Joe — Word was received here of the death of a former resi dent, Bubert Seeker, 62, Cincinnati, phjd Saturday, Feb. 17, after ah illness of three months. Funeral services ,were held Thursday in St. George's Catholic church in Cincinnati, with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery, Dayton, Ohio Attending from here were Mrs. Peter Kirsch, Peter Becker and Harold Thul. Hubert Becker, son of the late Joseph" and Margaret Becker, was jorn at St. Joe. He is survived by ,wo daughters, Mrs. F. P. Swan Jr. (Mildred), Cfiula Vista, Cal.j and Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell (Dorothy), Gainesville, * Texas; five ;randchildren; two sisters, Mrs, 3 eter Kirsjch and Mrs. Harold Thul; tm*ee"brothers, Josep'h. arid Peter, St. Joe, and Ep>ard "fiffljii California. Re-Set Dinner Catholic Daughters of America have re-scheduled their annual Guest Night for Wednesday, Feb 28, in St. Joseph's hall at 6:30, with Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. Marvin Saywer, Margaret Reidmiller, Mrs. E. M. Gales, Mrs. Bob Bormann, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs, Bernard Streit, Mrs. Bob Altman, Mrs. Daryl Baker, Mrs. Kenneth Grein and Mrs. Willy Erpelding, committee in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Chicoine and Paul from Jefferson, S. D., spent the weekend here with relatives and attended the Bormann- Capesjus wedding Saturday. Alice Bormann from Ames also spent the weekend here. Mrs. Chicoine and Miss Bormann are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann. Attending funeral services Saturday at Mallard for Mrs'. Rose Namer were Mrs. Maggie Thilges and Bernard, Art Illg family, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding, rs. Namer was the mother of Pearl Namer, housekeeper for Father ^ Frank [llg of Ogden. Mrs. Namer died Feb. 14 after a 5-day illness. Mr. and Mrs. Don McGuire are Barents of twin sons born Feb.. 17 n St. Ann hospital in Algona. This makes six boys and five girls in the McGuire family. Mr. and Mrs, VI. T. McGuire, St. Joe, = are* the >aternal grandparentij and Mrs. Mary Kayser of Algona is the ma- ernal grandmother.' Mrs. Mathew O'Conner and aughter Mary from Parsons, <ansas and Mrs. Paul McGannon f Kansas City spent the weekend iere visiting relatives and attend? rig the Bormann-Capesius wedding. Mary Joyce Capesius from St. 'etersburg, Fla. arrived here Friday for a visit. R-Nu club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sylveser Wagner, with Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas as a guest. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Orville Wagner, high, and Mrs. Tony Weydert, second high, and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert. Mrs. Ralph Reding will entertain the club Mar. 29. John B. Reding, Marvin Reding and Harold Frideres attended a cattle sale at Atkinson, Nebr. Tuesday. Nicky McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire of Burt, spent several days in the Orville Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmer of Bancroft were Wednesday visitors at the Edward Thilges home. Mrs. Rose Stattelmann, mother of Mrs. Thilges and Mrs. Vollmer, is staying in the ThilgeS home. Alice Bormann, a senior student at Iowa State in Ames, is spending mid-semester vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann and Kenneth. f« Reelected Head Of D-E-K Co-op fed Wallentine of, LaKota was re-elected president pf the fiEiK IpickWspn, Emhiet, Roa&th) Ma) electric co-operative assocffi- tion at the annual qieeting last iveek. , Edwin Juhl of Estbervitle was elected vice president, Albert Johnson, Swea City, treasurer, afld Ed Bates, Milfofd, secretary, Ed Hummel, Spirit Lake; Claire Moore, polliver; and T. Wallentine were elected to four year terms on the board of directors. Moore replaced Arthur Cassem of Armstrong. About 1,200 people attended the Estherville meeting Saturday. Swea & Eagle *-T". «*•-••.._ . 4 - ' •* %^f *\ Carl Anderson accompanied Richard Anderson to Des Moines Wednesday, from where Richard continued on to vacation through Florida and southern,states. Sharon IVfagnusen returned home Feb. 5 from Turiock, Calif, where she had spent several months with her sister, the Everett Honnettes. Sharon attended Modesto Jr. College, for one semester. 'Janet Walker spent the weekend in .Chicago with the Upper Iowa University Madrigal group' for their concert at the Mormon church and sang at the Upper Iowa University coffee hour in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones drove to Minneapolis last Sunday Where he had an appointment for x-rays at the Doctors building Monday. The x-rays showed that a spinal fusion, which Mr. Brones had undergone last August, had proven successful. The couple were overnight guests of her cousins, the Virgil Petersons at New Brighton, Tuesday, and returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patterson are moving this week, to the house they recently purchased from the Clarence Gardners in Swea City. The Pattersqns have farmed for the past 30 years northwest of Swea City. ' Ed Johnson accompanied his brother, Emer Johnson, Bancroft, to Veterans hospital at Des Moines Friday. Emer Johnson was to have surgery Monday. /. Mr., aind-Mrs. Darryl fJewlin ejj- s •MMttii^ftfifi.?*'^, evening .for the' Guests Ne'wlin family hospital. She v?e1gh$d f Ibs. and 10 o2s. " Saturday coffee guest of the Mervin Johnsons was Mrs. Truman Johnson for the 4th birthday of Her grandson, Louis. Other recent ' tests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold •antz and family and grandpar- ts, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfred* m, riumboldt. Mrs. William Tobin has been confined to her bed for over two yveeks with the flu. Mrs. Ralph Walker and pori returned Saturday after s; the past several weeks at the home of the Elmer Alderdyces at Fayette. Mrs. Russell Strayer was surprised on the evening of her birthday Tuesday, Feb. 13, by friends invited in by her daughter, Kandis. Present were Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth, Mrs. Arlo Krumwiede, Mrs. Andrew Brones, Mrs. Walter Magnusen and Mrs/Johnie Tobin. Last Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth were hosts to a 500 party with the fol? lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer, Mr. and Mrs/ johnie Tobjn, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ruetzel, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. North Kossuth Christmas Seal Sales $1775 Swea Eagle — Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, north Kossuth chairman of Christmas Seals sales, reports $1775.60 receipts for town- Ships and towns. A report of towns, chairmen and receipts: Bancroft — Mrs. Stanley Hatlestad, $122.75; Burt — Mrs. Lance Riebhoff, $138; Fenton — Mrs. Roy Uthof, $113.60; Lakota — Mrs. Jerry Heetland, $90.50; Ledyard — Mrs. Henrietta Dontje, $84.50; Lone Rock — Mrs. Frank Flaig, $63.50; and Swea City — Mrs. Roy Valvick, $175.24. Townships follow: Burt — Mrs. Delmer Angus, $58; Eagle — Mrs. Andrew Brones, $61.50; Fenton — Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, $84; German — Mrs. John Welhousen, $87.25; .Grant — Mrs. Kenneth Patterson, $46.65; Greenwood — Mr* Phi'in Inmnn. $54: Harrison — Mrs. Selmer Uhr, $78.15; Hebron — Mrs. Swen Larsen, $74; fedyard. — Mrs. Ted Wallentine, fOS.25; Lincoln — Mrs. Lyle Patterson, $63.50; Ramsey — Mrs. 'fteorpe Lickteig, $52; Seneca — 12th birthday of Randy, wjere Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Pauline and Mr. and Mrs. r ..._. , Dennis Newlin and David. -L«eld — Mrs. Chester Johnson, $54; Mrs. James Kennedy entered ('find Swea — Mrs. Francis Torine, • Mrs. Henry Looft, $109.20; Spring- Holy Family hospital Feb. 12 for medical treatment, for complications following a seige of the flu Mrs. Kennedy has a<> month old baby at home. Mr. and Mrs. Elvjn Godfredson became the parents qf a baby girl, Denise Marie, Feb." 12 at Holy $76. • SURGERY '. Nancy and Steven Queck of Fon taneile recently underwent surgery for congenital heart defects (holes in the walls of their hearts). Thp operations lasted nine hours each. AUCTION As we are discontinuing farming we will sell the following described personal property on farm located 7 miles cast and 4 miles south of Fairmont, Minnesota; or 2</ 2 miles east and IVi miles north of East Chain, ON — Sale Starts at 1:00 p.m IVedd & Clark, Auct. Peoples Slate Bank of Truman, Clerk OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday for an all-day meeting with Mrs. Essie Cooper. Mrs. Roy Telford was also a hostess. Husbands and other members of the families were guests. Mrs. Annie Leist gave the lesson on Abraham Lincoln and Billy Graham. The recreation was a quiz on John Glenn. Diane Telford celebrated her fifth birthday Thursday. Afternoon guests at her party were Jane Wehrspann, Dana Meyer, Todd Schultz, Tami Worby, and Bandy and Julie Moench of Humbojdt. Martha Usher, who teaches sec. ond grade at Eagle Grove, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher. Carol Kemna, Ruth Usher and Jane Olspn attended career day at St. Vincent's hospital at Sioux City Feb- 17. Mrs. Ed Kemna took, them by car. Mrs. peter Mertz accompanied them. CARBON supply dept., Upper Des Pue. Co.. Algo"4. MONDAY, MARCH 5th Ditsworth Lunch Wagon On Grounds MACHINERY 3 TRACTORS — 1849 John Deere A tractor with circulating pump, Fram-oil filter system; 1949 John Deere A tractor; 1945 John Deere B tractor; 1959 John Deere No. 227 mounted 2-row corn picker with high shields and trash attachments, like new; 1952 Case A6 combine, motor, 200 pull type 2-row corn picker; Jolm D.eere No. 55A, 3 bottom 14" plow, llyd. control; John Deere 2-row cultivator, JOJIN DEERE EQUIPMENT — 1958 John Deere 12-ft. RW tandem wheel disc, good as new; 1959 John Dqere No. 555 3-bottom 14-in. plow with trip bottoms and hydraulic control; J.D, No. 490 4-row corn planter with dry fertilizer attachment and large boxes; J.D. No. 290 2-row corn planter, new dry fert. attach.; J.D. No, 400 4-row cultivator; J.D. 6-sec. drag with Noble evener; J.D. 38-ft. galvanized grain elevator; J.D. No. 200 pull type 2-row corn picker. OTHER MACHINERY — Oliver Radex 2-bottom 14-in plow; General Implement 4-section rotary hoe; 4-section drag with folding steel even- ti-i Easy-Flow 12-ft. fertilizer spreader; International shot gun seeder; Pollard drive-on wagon hoist; 16-ft. small grain auger with V4 h.p. motor; General Implement 2-wheel rubber tired manure spreader rebuilt with PTO; 2 nearly new 125-bu. steel flare b,Q*es, ?" flopr; 2 rubber tired 4-wheel farm trailers; l-16-lt. Hal top 2-wheel trailer, truck tjres; Minnesota 8-ft. grain swather, rebuilt; J.P.'W-ft. grain swather, rebui|t; J.D. cable manure loader; Wards 10-Jn, hammermi.ll, 3 screens; 3 hydraulic cylinders; 12-ft. single disc; McCullpch, 40-jn. blade combination chain saw and post hole digger with TV* h-p- motor. MILKING EQUIPMENT & MISCELLANEOUS — 2 unit Surge milker complete with pipeline for 16 cows, in good condition; Surge dairy hot water heater; Star 6 can side 4oor spray milk cooler, used • WESLEY By Mr*. Vl<?la Studer * A son, Sidney Hfeece, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Con' Hauptman Feb. LI in the hospital at Britt. He has two brothers, Damon and Meredith, and a.sister, Margaret Ann, Hie Reece Martins and Joe Hauptmans are grandparents. David and Kenneth Carlson, Edgar and Alfred Meyer went to Pe- orla, 111. Feb. 18 to spend a few days with Guy Carlson, Jr. Joyce Paulson of Indianola spent Feb. 17-19 in the parental John Paulson home. Her father is hospitalized in Mason City for post surgery care. Mr. and Mrs: Jay Carlson spent two days last week in University hospitals, Iowa City where she had minor surgery. A daughter, Sherri Lynn, was born Feb. 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Price in the hospital at Britt. Grandparents are - the Ed Minos of Algona and'the'Harold Prices of Wesley. : ••*-••• , : Mr. and ' Mrs. Qrville Weilarid visited his grandfather, John Wei-, land of Britt Frida r y. Mr. Welland is 87 years old and has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner attended funeral services for Harry Sabin at Algona. Tuesday club met Feb. 20 with Tom Forburger With Mrs.-John Meuhe assisting. A lesson was given by Mrs. Fred .Thomas, who illustrated her talk with posters. This group voted tO ; make 60 tray favors for the hospital in Britt at their March meeting in the Gerdes home. ' Wesley homemakers club met Feb. 20 in the Ralph Wier home with Mrs. Robt. Boleneus assisting. A lesson was given by Mrs. Ge6.< '4-A(flonq do.) Upper Pg* Molne* Seabefg. A Valentin* handkerchief ekchange was held and Mrs. itoti*. mond Carlson conducted three guessing games. U-Go-l-Go On Feb. 13, Corlis Rupp was hostess to U-Go-l-Go 4-H club. A talk was given by Gretchen Deim arid, demonstrations by Maureen O'Brien and Darla Carr. Alberta Pergande and Mrs. Gene Abbott .were guests. Annual Dance • Alphas Psl chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Is sponsoring the annual Mardi Gras Dance this Saturday night, Mar. 3, at the ,VFW hall. Chairman Gloria Erpelding an- 1?** ORGANIC SOIL BUILDER FOR Corn - Grain - Field Crops WILL NOT BURN • ODORLESS No Fillers - No Chemicals Where Can You Get More I ; Than Super-Gro For Your Money? CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES • Higher protein content. • Supplies major and minor f nature's minerals. • Increased benefits each year. • Long lasting. • More mellow soil. • Larger root structure. • Roots stay alive longer. • Better legume stands. ; Does not corrode equipment. Harmless to humans and livestock. TRY and COMPARE MARVIN REDING Livermore, Iowa unced the Friendly.- City Six would hrnifsh the mpejahd tte '-' ' Safety Awards Driver's Safety Awards for. the past month in Ipcarhjgh schtots went to tbhl Hudspeto . St. ffene- diet, at Garrigan arid Mike Rain at Algona 'high school. The awards are presented by 'the Automotive Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce. They were presented during assemblies qt the two schools Feb. 22. _ ADb BHING RESULTS BETH* BY COMPARISON FEMTC HOSPITAL AND SURGICAL INSURANCE PAYS MORE" COVERS MORE ... AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PREMIUMS Both hospital and surgical cover age h provided in a single policy with FEMIC. Avnilnhle for indi viduals, couples or family . . . Save money coll or see your locnl FEMIC agent _ST— ^-7 today! \FEMiC/ FARMERS ^***^L**=^ ELEVATOR MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. DES MOINES, IOWA LARRY JOHNSON Phone CY 4-3950 Algona, Iowa only 6 mo.; Wards cream separator; Walk-In hog feed«r; 40-bu. steel hog feeder; 8-steel l-ft. jipg troughs; 2-steel feed bunks; trash & rubbish burner; 300-gal. fuel t»nk with hose and noz<le; large V* h-P- motor; H^' 1 ' ia P I> cortt shel * er '' W»W tPW! small tools; and oM>er BUILDINGS •« 8 anvil; emery wheel mounted with sprayer; Flame thrower weed burner; b steel cable; log chain; steel posts; woven miscellaneous articles too numerous, {o mention- x 10 Brooder House, AUCTIONEER'S NO'I'E - Here JS 9B e«peci»Hy Cje8!» in set of machinery. Were only used j»y the ?fjwefs< Usual Auction Terms — No Property Renjoved Until Settled Not Responsible For Accidents Robert & Donald Powers, Owners \Vedel & Clark. Auct. Fairmont . ftf Fairmont, CJlerk, • • ; . •. • ^'Co-ops m \ for out front •'.' in spreadine ownership o More and more people «• buying stock in American businesses these, days.- Spreading ownership in thii • Way is a good thing. When millions of people Tiave a vote i» the affairs of a business, they help make sure that the business will be operated in the interests of the people. In a cooperative, every customer is an owner and has a voice in shaping, the policies. of his Cooperative. Each co-op member has but one vote regardless of the number of shares he owns, and he makes good use pf his voting privilege. Co-ops lead by a wide margin in making business really democratic. shores in CO-OP BENEFITS Copyright, 1 »S3, by Co-op Adv. Cwndl NO. 7 OF A SERIES PRESENTED BY THESE CO-OP ELEVATORS CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO,, Ringsted, Kenneth Patterson, LuVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR , EWon Qy f5 s t FENTON CO-OP JLEVATOR CurtU Lwra, BURT CO.OP ELEVATOR ,,,,,. J, J., filler, IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR . . , . E, F. Immerfcill, TITQNKA CO'OP ELEVATOR J ac k Stott, FARMiRS CO-OP E16VATOR, Bode , , , , | s N, Ejlijigsoji, LfDYARD CO-OP ILIVATOR ....-, Bernard Rejlly, HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR, Algona , , , Ray Reid, WHITTEMQRS C9-QP ELEVATOR .... Larry FARMERS EiiVATOK CO, Swe« City Russell LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Loren* WIST BEND ILiVATGJ CO, , , R. w. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr, Mgr, Mgr, Mgr,

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free