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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1956
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1 0»» Meine* Tuesday, April 17, 19S6 Creamery At Lone Rock Has Annual Fete Lons Rock—The nnnunl meeting of Die Lone Rock Co-Op Creamery \v;*> hold Thursday evening, April 12. Dinner was served to 100 by the Marv Circle of iho P.W.O. Al the business meeting, one new director \vns elected to replace C. M. Gross, who resigned after 24 yours on the board. The new director elected was Ray Drover. One other director, Milton Madison, was elected to succeed himself: both were three year terms. Dean Barnes, covmty extension agent, was the speaker and showed a film. Other directors on the creamery board arc J. A. Nyman, president, \Vill Christenson. sec'y, and Ralph Ham. merstvom. L. V. Johnson Is manager. Senior Class Play The Lone Rock Seniors presented their class play "A-Feudin' Ovc?r Yonder" Wednesday evening at. the school auditorium. Mr Vernon Busehkamp directed the three act comedy. Actors weie Viola Berninghaus, Marjorie Houck. Judy Kading, Leroy Schrader, Dennis Long, Carol Householder, Ruth Schadendorf. Virginia Marlow, David Householder, Joe CuJbert- son, Eugene Marlow, John Cotton, Ellwyn Householder, Maurice Flaig, James Pettit. Several musical numbers were presented between acts , by the Hjllbilly Band which consisted of, the following musicians, Janice Bierstedt, Craig Blanchard, Donna Blanchard, Jerry Jensen, and Darlene Long«« Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs Ruth Krueger visited Theo. Krueger and Clarence Theesfield at the Fairmont hospital Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Roger Walker, Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt were guests Wednesday evening in .the Marlin Bausman home. Friday Mrs Carl Bonstead of Graettinge'r spent the day at the Bausman home. The women are sisters. Coffee guests Wednesday evening at the Geo. B. Long home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson, Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson, Sandra and Susan, Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson and Douglas all of Wesley, Mrs Helena Jentz, Marlys and Judy, Bonnie Pertl and Katheryn Alt, all of Fenton, and Mrs Ruth Krueger and Mr and Mrs James Long. Mrs Ethel McChesney and Mrs Glenn Householder were at Armstrong Friday. The Lone Rock Band mothers will meet April 18 at 8 p.m. at the school. Hostesses will be Mesdames Don' Houck, E. M. Jensen, AJhvyn Lockwood, Roy Jensen and D. L. McArthur. Last Monday evening supper guests at .the Charles Staudt home in honor of the 5th birthdays of Susie and Sandra were Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz of Humboldt. Mr and Mr^ E. M. Jensen received word that their son Dick, who is attending the University of Arizona, was among those on the honor roll for being a straight A student. Dick is a sophomore. Mr and Mrs Don Houck attend- ed the Iowa Independent Telephone convention in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday. Junlttr delegates from the Sentral schools that attended the Republican State Convention in Des Moines Friday were Both Ann Newel, Judith Davis, Judy Newbrough. Donna Blanchard and David Looft. Harlan Blanchard accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus entertained last Thursday in honor of their daughter Judy's third birthday. Guests were her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona and Mr and Mrs Harold Angus of Burt. Mrs Harold Angus baked the birthday cake. Pvt. John Elsbecker and Pfc. Raymond Moore of Fort Riley, Kan., spent the weekend at the parental A. J. Elsbecker home. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard and Mr and Mrs G$ne Bollig^attended the ice follies and sports show in Minneapolis over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Milton Madison attended the home exhibit at Fairmont, tyinn. Sunday afternoon. Tuesday evening guests in the Ronald Christenson home were Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family and Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and family. The occasion was the birthday of Mr Christens.on. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton und John were guests for dinner Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algona. It was Mrs Morgan's birthday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch and famijy spent Sunday at the Dan Lynch home in Mason City. Mrs Delmar Fischer attended the music contest at Ventura Saturday. Mr and Mrs-Elmer Frank and family of Swea City were Sun- day'evening supper guests at the Donald Blanchard home. Mrs Don Houck, Mrs E. A. Lee and Mrs Donald Blanchard attended the music contest at Ventura Saturday. Ruth Krueger spent the weekend at the P. M. Christenson home. Wednesday afternoon Mrs Howard Bierstedt was hostess to the Lutheran Ladies Aid at Fenton. Friday evening the Bierstedt family were guests in the Leonard LamR£ home at Corwith. Sunday they were dinner and supper guests at the Joe Kemna home in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth called on Mrs Paul Olson at Estherville Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Sig Orvick of Elmore, Minn, spent Sunday afternoon at the Walter Thompson home. Mrs Owen Berhow attended the family living day conference at Ames Wednesday. Thursday Mrs W. M. 'Rotterman and Mrs Frank Rotterman of Elmore, Minn, visited at the Berhow home. Sunday Mr and Mrs Berhow were guests at the Justine Berhow home at Lakota. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were Sunday dinner guests of -Mr and Mrs 'Dewey "Morse of Humboldt in the evening they called on her mother and family, the O. C. Tabors. Mr and Mrs Donald Nelson and family of West Union were recent visitors in the Emil Person home. She is a daughter. Friday Mrs Person spent with another daughter, Mrs Carlos Engelby and family, near Swea City. Mr and Mrs James A. Reid of Algona spent Wednesday evening • Spring to ml on bock • AH nylon b»orlngi • Back tills indeptndentty ef *e«t Increases efficiency by eliminating fatigue. You can adjust it 4-ways,,, to fit your body. Molded foam rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated material. Will not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum frame. Solid base equipped with kick plates and top bearing casters. Seat size 16%" x 1414" x 2%". Other Style* And rvr\ fottXVTZrfV^ fttnfoTZC- Makes AUa Availa- Q© W^m^ &%&& ble from Milwaukee, Oroollt Croy . . . Ook Itof Cr*«n . . • Brew* Art Metal Maso, and Cramer. Saddl* Tan ... Ttrra Celta Sepphir* Blu« «nd loft po»l«l Win* Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Phone 1100 Office Supply Oept. Algeria, la. Meet your NEW NEIGHBORS Mr and Mrs John*B. Snere and Iheit son*, Greg, 7 l /i, and Jeff, 6, moved to Algona August 1. 1955, when Mr Snere was named station agent by ihe Milwaukee Railroad. John is a railroad man through and through, and is following in ihe footsteps of his father, Clyde, of Spencer, who has been with the Milwaukee Road for 53 years, and he's still at it. John was born at Sheldon, attended school there until he was IS, then finished high school at Charles City, where he met his future wife, Anita. Following graduation from school, he worked in a grocery store and got started railroading before receiving his military call. He served with the U. S, Army Signal Corps for four years, including three years in the South Pacific and Japan, then came back to the states, went back with the Milwaukee Road .and married Anita at Spencer in 1946. The young couple went to Seattle where. John ehtered the University of Washington and received a degree in business administration, He again rejoined ihe Milwaukee and has been with them since. He has been'located at Sanborn* Sheldon, Charles City, Spencer and Algona. Anita was born at Charles City, grew up and attended school there, later went lo Washington, D. C. where »he worked in the War Department for a couple of years. She then got a job with Capital Airlines and was a stewardess for. three years before marrying John. She is a stamp collector, used to dance a lot before the arrival of her two sons, Enjoys reading and it an active member of the Newcomers' Club. Her husband's hobbies include photography and fishing. The boys both attend school. Greg is a first grader at St. Cecelia's, while Jeff is in kindergarten at Third Ward school. In the above Upper Des Moines Flashfoto, Jeff is on the left, Greg on the right. at the Arden Hovey home. Sunday evening the Hovey family spent with the Art Bakers. Mr and Mrs Ralph C. Thompson and Lavonne were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Richard Long at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Herman Radig of Breckinridge, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Alex Radig of Fenton spent Friday afternoon at the Wilfred Radig home. For supper that evening Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and David were guests of the Ervin Gochims at Lake-<Park, la. Mr and Mrs Floyd Richards of Blue Earth, Minn, were Tuesday dinner guests of the M. O. Richards.' They came to attend the funeral of Wm. Nelson of Burt, Sunday MrU and Mrs Raymond Webb and sons of Humboldt were afternoon and evening guests in the M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs Dean Meyer and family of Whittemore spent Sunday afternoon at the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs .Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy spent Sunday evening at the Marold Schlei home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt called Monday evening at the Raymond Uthof home . in Fenton. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie Jo were callers in the Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton and family were guests Saturday evening at the Melvin Haase home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger and family and Harvey Bollinger were Sunday dinner guests at the Clair Bollinger home. Mrs 1 Amanda Pettit, Mrs Ethel McChesney and Bernard Pettit called on Mrs Bettie Ranney at Fenton Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family visited Sunday evening at the Albert Shaser home. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson at Cowrie. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Mr and Mrs Louis Seegebarth and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Anna Alke at Titonka. Saturday afternoon callers at the C. E. Householder home were Mrs Herbert Underwood and family of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel and Curtis of Ringsted, Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Peggy, James and Richard. Henry Weiner spent from last Sunday till Thursday at the Gerald Weiner home in Burt. Mr and M¥s*Roy Chrischilles of Fenton spent Thursday evening at the Schroeder home. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Kate! Schroeder of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman of Algona visited in Ventura with Mrs Mary Geiken at the Lutheran home there. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent with Mr Weiner. Mrs Kate Annis and daughter Beth of Algona and Mrs Elizabeth Schenck, also of Algona, called on Mrs Florence Schrader Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and! family spent Sunday evening' with the David Webers. Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona spent the afternoon at the Ramus home. Senfrai Music Students Take Top Ratings Lens Rock—Sentral Community students that received division one ratings at the music contest at Ventura Saturday, April 7, were: brass sextet, John Cotton. Jerry Jensen, Judy Kading, Karen Kueck, Craig Blanchard, and Paul Gcitzenauer; bell lyre solo, Yvonne Borchardt; tympani solo, Judy Ncwbrough; double mixed quartet, Alvina Miller, Marian Beaver, Jerry Jensen, John Cotton, Sharon Klein, Sharon Wichtendahl, Kenley Zwiefel, and Ronald Johannesen; treble voice medium vocal solo, Alvina Miller; boys quartet, John Cotton^ Jerry Jensen, Raymond Wilberg and Ronald Johannesen. Division two ratings were received by the following students: piano solo, Margaret Fischer, Joyce Voigt; tenor vocal solo, Raymond Wilberg; clarinet quartet, Beth Ann Newel, Joann Sunde, Marlene Freyholtz and Marlys Jentz; clarinet trio, Marion Beaver, Lois Wilberg and Nancy Fischer; brass quartet, Larry Ramus, Janice Bierstedt, Jerald Nevybrough and Judy Kading; mixed quartet, Alvina Miller, Sharon Klein, Raymond Wilberg and Ronald Johannesen; tuba solo, Margaret Fischer; woodwind trio, Susan Montgomery, Donna . Blanchard and Marjorie Houck; baritone euphonium solo, Jerry Jensen; clarinet solo, Alvina Miller; clarinet solo. Lois Wilberg; tenor saxaphone solo, Ronald Johannesen: girls trio, Marion Beaver, Sharon Klein and Margaret Fischer; girls sextet. Yvonne Borchardt, Marion Beaver, Margaret Fischer, Beth Ann Newel, Sharon Klein and Sharon Wichtendahl. Mrs Kathryn Walker had charge of the vocal numbers and Marlyn Bausman charge of the instrumental numbers. Mrs Bausman also accompanied them to Ventura. Mrs Earl Schlei of Fenlon to Mason City last Wednesday. Thursday supper and overnight guests at the Earl Zwiefel home were Mrs Lowell Plumb of Los Anfeles and Mr and Mrs Clifford Castor of Marshalltown. Mrs Maurice Bilsborough and Mrs Earl Zwiefel went to Ventura Saturday for the music contest. Lowell and Arlen Bilsborough and Corrinne Zwiefel took part in the contest. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls called on the Clyde Moore family Thursday evening. Mrs Emma Collinson of Orville, Cal. spent a week at the Tony Jandl home. Mrs Collinson is an aunt of Mrs Jamil's. They called on Mrs Jandl's sister, Mrs Bertha Bilsborough, April 2 and helped her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Jake Meyer. Irvin and Virgil were Sunday afternoon callers at the Earl Zwiefel home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Tony Jandl's were Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family and Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunk- hill and family. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Bob Jnndl and family. x The Portland Social Club met Thursday afternoon, April 12, at the home of Mrs Jesse Harms. Twelve members answered roll call which was a plant and seed exchange. Mrs Bonno Schutter was a guest of the meeting. Mrs Mennet Trunkhill had charge ot the program, games and contests; prizes went to Mrs Edmund Larsen, Mrs Tony Jandl and Mrs.C. L. Young. Mrs Elvira Christensen had fun time, more games and contests were enjoyed; Mrs John Carlsen and Mrs Bonno Schutter receiving prizes. The, club voted to make a contribu-' tion to the Cancer fund and to the Red Cross and polio fund have .previously been made. The next meeting will be with Mrs T. Jandl in May. Roll call "Recipe Grab Bag." In S.U.I. Revue Philip Kohlhaas, son of Mr and Mrs P. J. Kohlhaas of Algona was in the cast of a State University of Iowa musical revue being staged the latter part of last week at Iowa City. /** VICTOR CHEST MPHS ME mm inn -UIAYJ PROTECTED ~«# <* How often hove y«M contt*plol«<l in a safe dtpotit box , c , yet heiitfted fcewwt y* could not have immt dlatt acctit to them when y«« H«rt/i yovr aniwerl The VICTOR TRfASUM CHUT It protect it* content* for at leait one hewr fro* fl««ei reaching 1700'F. Handy for home 9t «f*<* II to accessible yet provide* J4-hour a day protecHee few yovr letter*, paper*, jewelry or other priied ponexteU IWV«TIOATI THIS f CONOMY IN MCOiO MNftAMCI III IT ON ptSnAY UPPER DIS MOINES PUB. CO. OFFICf SUPPLY DEPT. Phone 11 00 Algona Portland Twp. ' Farm Bureau Enjoys Program Portland—The Portland Township Farm Bureau met Wednesday evening at the Portland Community Hall, with 20 members and four children present. Frank Becker acted as program chairman. Mrs EUmund Larsen was music sponsor, several songs were sung by the group with Mrs Ray Fitch at the piano.- Mrs Lewis Larsen had the surprise number at which time Lester Eden showed some very beautiful and interesting pictures taken in Neb- braska, Colorado and Wyoming. Mary Staudt, home economist, spoke on, "What we can look for in the near future, in the way of new household appliances, heating etc." . After the meeting adjourned, lunch was served by Mrs Roy Ringsdorf and Mrs Victor Fitch. Those furnishing the lunch were Mrs Pat Rasmussen, Mrs Harold . Presthus, Mrs Roy Ringsdorf and Mrs Victor Fitch. Mrs Earl Zwiefel accompanied . 4-H Club Hosts David and Paul Seller were hosts to the Algona 4-H club, April 3, with 16 present. Donald Froehlich, Dennis Schoby and Wayne" Arndorfer were selected to attend camp and the short course. Some people have a circle of good friends—while other people just go around in circles! WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Notice of Dissolution of Kossuth Centennial At Algona Corporation TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Public notice is hereby given that the Kossuth Centennial at Algona Corporation, organized under the provisions of Chapter 504 of the 1954 Code of Iowa, with its principal place of business at Algona. Iowa, by the unanimous action of its members has been dissolved as of the date of March 28, 1950. E. H. Hutchins, President William Steele, Secretary-Treasurer (Published April 3. 10, 17 and 24. 195G, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines). COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in special session March 19, 1956 at 1:00 P.M. with the Mayor and all Councilman present except Parsons. . A Resolution was adopted suspending a builder's permit issued to Walter Frambach March 1st; amended application to be filed for consideration to reject or grant permit. Mr. Frambach consented to thr terms of the Resolution. Meeting adjourned. ' Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor Attest! Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk SPEAKING: See What's New In Electric Appliances at the HOME SHOW ! The Algona Home Show — coming Uhis weekend at the Armory here — presents a wonderful opportunity for those interested in Better Living to view the newest and latest in home equipment of all kinds. We salute the Algona firms who are behind this fine project! Among other things, you'll be able at the Home Show to get an up-to-date 'education' in the many ways that ELECTRICAL LIVING makes things so much easier. There'll be numerous displays by local dealers based on Electrical Living. Be sure to attend the Algona Home Show! Algona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Algona, Iowa The City Council met in regular session March 28th at 7:30 P.M. with the Mayor and all Councilman present, The' minutes were read and approved. Resolution *es adopted authorizing R. C. Dowel to construct an office building in line with other buildings oh the west side of Moore Street between State aw, North Street as has now beerv established. Several members of the Chamber of Commerce were present in the interest of promoting new Industry. A Resolution was adopted authorizing the city to pay one-half of the cost of brochures, not to exceed $550. Ordinance No. 373 creating a City Plan Commission was adopted on the final reading. Plat and schedule for proposed Improvement of West McGregor Street was filed by the City Engineer. A Resolution o* Necessity was proposed for said improvement. An offer by LeRoy Lau to purchase vacated street between Lot 8, Block 231 and Lot 5, Block 232, Call's Addition for $550. was rejected. Ordinance No. 374 establishing certain street grades was passed and adopted. Ordinance N6. 375 establishing a storm sewer district for the entire City and establishing one storm sewer sub- district was passed and adopted. Builder's permits were granted to Vernell & Alice Ludwig, Donald Prieskom, Robert Carr, Murl Potter. R. C. Dcwel, Robert Schoby and A. W. Adams. The suspension was lifted on Walter Frambach's permit. A cigarette permit was granted to G. A. VVittkopf. It was agreed to widen the corners at the intersection of Call and Minnesota Streets and construct new intakes. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Dr. C. C. Shierk, Salary _$ 150.00 Ivy Scuffham, Salary 250.77 Nancy Sands, Salary 72.67 L. K. Ferguson, Salary . 16.94 Albert Boekelman, Salary 37.80 Iowa State Bank, Tax 82.50 Municipal Finance Officers Assn., • Dues _- 10.00 NW Bell Telephone, Service 8.00 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., Legals .._'.. 66.29 John R, Carroll, Fees & Expenses 815.75 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, SaJary J 52.22 Albert Pergande, Salary 128.42 Glenn Burtis, Salary 128.42 Richard Frambach, Salary 107.58 Raymond Metzen Jr., Salary 103.92 Jack Mears, Salary 113.92 Donald Prew, Salary 117.90 Kt-nneth Frankl, Salary ._ 107;58 John Bahr, Labor ----- 6.86 Reiner Helmcrs, Labor §§•§§ Helmers, Labor .- SI'? 7 , John W. Helmers, Labor 89. 8 Eugene Helmers, Labor -- I 7 .-!;? Iowa State Bank, Tax ?5's2 L. K. Ferguson, Expenses _.-.-- 16.00 Lee M. Hatcher, Machine Time 42.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 2.80 NW Bell Telephone, Service --- 10.75 County Recorder, Fees - 2.10 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., Notice .... 7-«<L H. 3. Cowan, Repairs -- -- 7-50 R. J. Funk, Pipe '0.56 Glbt»-Cook Equipment, Repairs - <6.87 Skelly Oil Co., Gas " 2 -|9 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs -- •<2'2l Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies 27.75 Norton Machine Wks., Repairs -- '112.35 Cities Service, Oil ------ 40.00 Publle $af«t» fund Albert Boekelman, Salary 14 .§'*9 A. C. Welshaar, Salary \Ql% Richard Groen, Salary 2Z-92 Ernest Hutchison, Salary 32 -?2 Peter Jorgenson, Salary '13-iS Iowa State Bank, Tax — 28.70 Glenn's Studio, Supplies . I2-15 • Federal Laboratories, Inc., Mdse. 122.96 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 4.47 NW Bell Telephone, Service --- 25.80 Ira Kohl, Salary -.. - 20.00 Ralph Elbert, Salary -- --- 10.00 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies 5.75 Kossuth Motor Co., Repairs 7.20 Norton Machine Wks.,. Repairs - ' 5.46 Hutzell's Cities Service, Gas .-- 92.98 Sanitation Fund L. K. Ferguson, Salary - 141.75 Maurice McNally, Labor 67.24 George Weig Jr., Labor 50.60 NW.Bell Telephone, Service ... 21.30 Norton Machine Wks., Repairs - 5.75 Schram Bros., Est. No. 1 3,042.00 H. J. Cowan. Labor 36.25 City Clefk, Adv. Cash 1.72 James Egli, Salary .-- 149.36 Fred Gronbach, Salary -- 97.97 Iowa State Bank, Tax 24.10 County Treasurer, Taxes 11.37 Albert Baas, Salary .155.92 Teresa Norton, Salary 66.15 Dr F. E. Sawyer, Rent 35.00 Debt Strvle* Fund Iowa State Bank, Interest 1,048.50 Parking Meter Fund Raymond Krebs, Salary 129.75 Iowa State Bank, Tax — 12.00 Park-O-Meter Co., Mdse 775.43 City Clerk, Adv. Cash --- 6.50 Traf-O-Teria System, Mdse. ... 125.00 Meeting adjourned to April 11, 1956 at 7:30 P.M. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk Advance, Akgona, Iowa, April 12, 1956. Published in the Kossuth County Display No. 14 Algona Home Shew April 20-21-22 PROTECT AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME ALL YEAR ROUND with • AWNINGS • DOOR CANOPIES • PATIO COVERS by Rusco, Flexalum, Zephyr • ALUMINUM, STEEL WOOD, FIBERGLASS Chas. R. Residence Phone 741-W Display at 116 S. Dodge St., Algona Dean Sez SEE THE "AMANA" DEPARTMENT OF TAYLOR IMPLEMENT AT THE HOME SHOW! • AMANA HOME ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS • AMANA HOME FOOD FREEZERS • AMANA FREEZER-REFRIGERATOU COMB. You'll see them all at the home show. PLUS! A lawn display including Power Lawn Mowers, Grass Seed, Fertilizer! We're looking forward to a visit with all of you. 3 RADIOS TO BE AWARDED While at our booth, don't forget to register for a Motorola Home Radio . . . ONE TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE EACH IJAY. No obligation to register—IT'S ALL FREE! Taylor Implement

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