The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1938 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1938
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the Algdfta Upper Peg Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 25,1938 ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington j. D. Low* HARRINGTON ft LOWE Room* 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bid* ALOONA, IOWA & I* BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt Attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MXUUKB ATTORNSrx*S AT LAW Office over Co. Saving! Bk. Bldf. Office Phone 427 ALOONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, Iowa B. J. Vart Ness G. W. Stlllman VAN NESS * STTLLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 218 Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelljr SHUMWAir * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone 68 ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 208 ATTORNEYS AT LAW 3. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. B. McMahon L* EL Linnan 8OTXIVAN,1WMAHON & LINNAN Algona, Iowa Phone 281 Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bldtf. ALOONA, IOWA L. A. W1MKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) ' • Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS STODDARD OF LUVERNE DIES . AT IOWA CTTY Widow and 9 Children Survive; Funeral Rites Held Friday Afternoon for Man, Aged 63 LuVerne: Jess Stoddard, 03, died Wednesday morning at the Iowa City hospital following a month's illness of heart disease and complications. Ftfneral services were held Friday afternoon at two o'clock at the LuVrene Methodist church, with the Rev. Harvey Nelson officiating. Burial will be at Lu- Verne. Mr. Stoddard came to LuVerne with his mother when he was a small child, and has lived here moat of his life. In the earlier days he was a well-known hay presser, and for many years he managed a dray line. Mr. Stoddard leaves his widow and nine children, four sons, Cecil, Spokane, Washington; Lloyd, Russell, and Call,'all of LuVerne; and five daughters, Mrs. Jasper Vaughn Des Moines; Mrs. Ralph Dlmler, Mrs. Bonnie Elllfritz, Mrs. Ted Johnson, all of LuVerne, and Wan' da Stoddard at home. Mr. Stoddard is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Flora Raney, LuVerne,, and Mrs. Charles Stone, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blum, Mr. and Mrs. John Blum, Edward Blum, and Henry Schuler, Montlcello, Wls., spent last week at the Henry Kub- lys. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Anderson, Mrs Elmer Kubly and Mrs. Geo. Wolf were at Stratford Monday where they attended the funeral of Mrs, Anderson's uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford were pleasantly surprised Monday evening of last week when 20 of thei'r friends came with the makings of a three course dinner in honor of the Sanford's 25th weddlqg anniversary- The evening was spent socially with the guests presenting the honored couple with crystal. J. N. KBNEFICK PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A L. Rist over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 800 Rei. Phone 826 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, 11 D. Phone 444410 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bldg. MELVTW O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON Office over old Post Office Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 OSTEOPATHS DR. a W. MEYER Osteopathic Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal dis- varicose veins and rupture. Sawyer Bldg., East State St. Pboa* 147 • DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST located in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 106, Residence 781 ALGONA, IOWA First Ground Broken For New West Betid City Hall Building West Bend: The ground Was broken Thursday morning for the new city hall to be erected on the lot, across south of the telephone office. The West Bend opera house stood there until it burned down in 1931. The town later purchased the lot. A WPA grant was obtained from the United States government The building will house the city flro engine, city offices, and a room for a public library. Charles Stover of St Paul, spent Thursday at the Merle Stover home on his way home from Waterloo, where he had been to see his sister, Mrs. J. F. Nellls, who has been very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bell and son of Laurens spent Friday at the home of Mrs. Bell's sister, Mrs. Bruce Miller and family, also with her brother, Bernard Schneider and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stokes and Mr. and Mrs. Braden Stokes of Goldfield were West Bend visitors Tuesday. The Henry Stokes spent the time at the Win. Rtley home and the Braden Stokes at the Joe Anllker home, where they attended a shower for the new baby. Lelghton Supply, mdse. .- 165.95 Henry Lichter & Son», labor 350.00 Dick Helthere, labor 11.93 Geo. Lichter, labor - 51.75 Chester Webb, labor 60.98 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly; salary —— 37.60 Harry Barton, salary __- 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary ... 65.00 Laura Mitchell, salary _. 65.00 Earl Bowman, labor 62.80 Reader Comment DR. I. a NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bids;. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa Seventy-five per cent of press Is hostile to thu DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bide. Phone US Res. Phone 174 Algona, lows A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 60, Residence 860 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 REAL, ESTATE MURTAGH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Qulnby Bldg. Phone 106 VETERINARIANS FOX* WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 476-W Res. 476-R ALOONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream package* (600 sheets) which sell for 75c for 600 sheets This Is a good grade bond paper and will make an •*- cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines ! hi- < 'arljoii l r .»p«-r f,ivi-M Satisfaction Inquire at The Algona Upper Des Moines office for partiuclars Replies to Insinuation The All-Party Farm Program drive to protect the Soil Erosion Farm program against a well organized campaign of destructive criticism was forced on the agricultural Interests of this state. As a believer and a supporter of the AAA from the start, I want to make my position clear. We are carrying on this campaign as a measure of self- defense. Since the Secretary of Agriculture office in the U, S. Cabinet was a rudimentary office, it never functioned until Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected to the presidency of the U. 8. In 1932. The "Old Guards' " assumption was and still Is that the farmer was supposed to be exploited In the interest of Big Business, hence, the antagonism to U» AAA. • . '• The "Old Guard" played their cards under the table or used loaded dice or sneaked up on the "blind side" of the American people to accomplish their ends. To say what is propaganda In our modern journalistic word Is not so easy to define. It is said that the G. O. P. has built up a three billion dollar battering ram to sabotage tho New Deal Party and incidentally the AAA. the U. S. . Roosevelt administration and has carried on a campaign of propa ganda against all measures and laws including the AAA which seem ed to be the objective^ their main attack. The Algona Advance has never missed an opportunity to add its sharo of destructive criticism, notwithstanding the fact that Kossuth county is overwhelmingly New Deal. The Soil Erosion Conservation law and Its kindred organizations, flood control, TV A, REA, conservation of our national resources, Is the great est step forward In our government since they drafted and signed the Declaration of Independence because It has to do with sustaining and perpetuating our American people. If this program U not carried forward and the national government made the mandatory administrative agency of this far flung significant measure, the U. S. citizens In all probability would be in the shadow of permanent destruction In less than SO years. In the face of the foregoing, the editors of the Advance, having been born with an abundance of that courageous Initiative, commonly known In the language of the street as "nerve", seem to think that their political adversaries should be held up to public ridicule, scorn, and contempt <We will frankly admit that the Advance editors are good journalists but I do not think that they know any more about agriculture and Its national program than a church mouse knows about theology. This may partially explain why the All-Party Farm Committee was or- ganised and our critics may call it propaganda or what they like. The campaign to sustain the AAA will go Merrily on, and thus will the ponderous chariot of human progress move forward, propaganda and opposition to the contrary, notwithstanding. M. H. MCENROE, Algona, Iowa. Portland, Oregon Oct. 14, 1938 Dear Editor: In regard to enclosed paragraph in regard to a tree that grows to look like a monkey's tail. There are hundreds of them growing here in Portland. They resemble u. fir, and grow as high as 30 feet with leaves like the beard of one who has not shaved for a month, and the branches do resemble the tall of a monkey. This is only one of the thousand wonders to be seen in this fairyland—and they are not the products of too much Imbibing of Oregon prune wine, they are real. Very truly yours, John C. Nordstrom 3122 Grand Court. Editor's N'ote: The branches looking like monkey tails Mr. Nord- atrom refers to were described by Marcella Thill while on her recent trip to the went coast as her reward Four Corners Club Votes to Join State Federation Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met October 13 with Mrs. John Sabln, 53 present and the opening song was "My Bonnie." Roll call was answered with Hints for fire proven tlon.. Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore, has spoken several times before this club and she had urged them join the state federation so a vote was taken at this meeting and it was carried to join, 15 to 9. Mrs. Gladys Eisenbarth substituted for her mother, Mrs. Chris Jensen, by reading a paper on The Proper Wjnter Care of Plants and Bulbs. Mrs. Maude Rabinson read a history of the club, which was started In 1915, and was then 1 called the Thursday Thimble club. Mrs. (Lucille Rich sang two vocal solos, playing her own guitar accompaniment Lunch was served by the hostess. Edward Rich helped John Sabin plow last week. Louts Lowman, Arthur Alexander and Noble Mitchell have started picking corn with pickers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker left Sunday to visit cousins at St Cloud Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker are at the Walker farm. Robert, who has been sick several weeks with Malta fever, Is now around again but a vacation was deemed advisable. Mr. said Mrs. Mill Baker returned from a week's visit with relatives at and near Mason City last week Wednesday. They plan to leave soon for St Cloud, Minn., to Dick Helmers, labor Vern Scobba, labor Neptune Meter Co., mlse._ Jeorge Holtzbauer, mdse. & Muckey, mdse. .- totsford Lumber Co., mdse. H. W. Post, freight GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Atstynei salary \. E. Moulde, salary 'ecll McGInnls, salary — elson & Lenelng, salary. {ohlhaaa &' Spllles, mdse. V. V. Larson, gas W. Bell Tel. Co., service [. A, Van Alatyne, dogs ease I«ashbrook, salary Elliot Skllllng, labor WHlard Oregson, labor — )llver Bakken, labor Frank Skllllng, labor Geo. Gunder, labor ohn Helmers, labor lertnan Lyons, labor Chas. Harvey, labor tlner Helmers, labor — r ern Scobba, labor Eagle Iron Works, mdse.. Ittflburgh Steel ft Tool Co., mdse. Standard Oil Co., mdde. .. D. Adams Co., mdse. fan-Is Bros., gas Jeorge Holtzbauer, mdse.. Norton Machine Works, spend the winter with the son, Lloyd and a daughter, Mrs. Walte Cat-ins. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen, daugh ter Bernlce, Etdon Shaw, Tltonka and N«ls Jensen, Algona, brothe of Chris, left recently for Fowler Colo., to visit the Jensen brothers aged mother, Mrs. Soren Jensen They also visited two brothers, Car and Paul, and two sisters, Mrs. Chrii Raeburn and Mrs. Jens Rasper sen. Points of Interest visited were the Cave of the Winds, Canyon City Balanced Rock, the Garden of th Gods, Pike's Peak and one of th largest apple orchards In Colorado consisting of 2,000 acres. They go home last week Thursday. CITY BILLS September 29, 1938. The City Council met in regular session with the mayor and all tin councilman present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Ordinance No. 256 Vas passed. Kohlhaas & Overmyer appointed a committee to investigate the pur chase of a police car. The following bllla were allowed. APPROP. ORDINANCE NO. 485 ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary » 97.60 Leo Bellock, salary - 70.00 F. C. Daiiey, salary 70.00 mdse. Cohlhaa» ft Spllles, mdse. K. C. Implement Co., repairs — Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. F. 8. Norton & Son, mdse. H. W. Post, freight Tom Frank), gas 6.40 6.40 129.00 34.60 31.76 .10 23.8S 61.00 65.00 60.0010.42 2.60 24.66 3.68 3.60 70.00 86.24 73.16 46.20 44.66 44.66 47.74 42.36 37.36 9.00 0.00 60.14 32.01 14.43 14.80 14.10 8.68 189.90 46.72 12.60 7.67 88.41 2.92 24.39 6.05 11.70 25.00 20.00 25.00 16.32 cell McOlnnls, salary — 60.00 osguth Motor Co., police car — - - 485.00 ec. of State, use tax — 16.79 ease Lashbrook, salary - 70.00 illlott Skllllng, man and team 79.31 Willard Oregson, man and team — 63.91 eorge Gunder, labor — 41.58 'rank Skllllng, labor 41.19 Hlver Bakken, labor 37.34 terman Lyons, labor — 37.34 hfts. Harvey, labor —_ 36.43 ohn Helmers, labor 40.04 Jlck Helmers, labor 8,77 lyner Helmers, labor — 4.60 tear Lake Sand & Gravel Co., sand 30.06 SEWER FUND Mrs. J. W. Kelly, salary. 16.00 'erna Scobba, labor 12.04 Ick Helmers, labor 12.04 FIRE FUND . C. Wright, salary 22.60 SWIMMING POOL FUND ern Scobba, labor 4.05 Mck Helmers, labor 4.06 reaeurer of State, tax — 18.44 DEPOSIT FUND ora Miller Mantor et at, refund on account 16.00 C. F. 8PECHT, Mayor. ttest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Dutch's Super Service, gas Algona U. D. M., printing 3ert Whltaiarsh, salary _ lire. Colllnson, salary — 3r. Sawyer, rent Toe Qreenberg, mdse. Advance Pub. Co., print- Ing SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND C. C. Wright, salary .;... 22.60 SWIMMING POOL FUND Algona Laundry, laundry- 5,28 DEPOSIT FUND Theodore Elbert et al, refund 25.00 47.05 15.00 Tom Halpln, salary Walter Gorman, salary -H. E. Stephenaon, salary. Ray Barton, salary C. C. Wright, salary Adah Carlaon, salary ... Harold Roth, labor Wayne Stepheneon, labor- Vern Scobba, labor Bertha Johnson, labor ... Electric Supply Co., mdse. West. Electric Supply, mdse. • W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. Midwest Supply Co., mdse. Terry-Burin Co., mdse. — Oarlock Packing Co., mdse. Cresco Elec. Supply, mdtse. Oen. Elec. Supply, mdee. - 67.50 67.50 65.00 65.00 42.50 70.00 62.80 63.55 11.93 3.50 206.35 28.16 43.66 58.57 117.34 19.67 15.89 9.16 472.50 October 13, 1938. The City Council met at the City Hall in adjourned session with the mayor and all the councllmen present The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The following resolution was read to the council and a motion we* made by Overmyer and sec ended by KohlhaaS that resolution tie adopted. On roll call the vot was: Yeas, Hawcott, Harrte, Kohl baas, Overmyer, White, and Huen hold. Nays: None. RESOLUTION NO. I WHEREAS, the hand of deal has removed from us Joseph Wil 11am Kelly, aucerlntendent of Public Works'of the City of Algona Iowa, and WHEREAS, Mr. Kelly at th time of hla death had been Super intendent of Public Works of th City of Algona, Iowa, for more than twenty-seven years loot past and WHEREAS, the citizens of Al gona owe to the honest and effl clent service of Mr. Kelly the su perlor light and -water service thay now enjoy, and WHEREAS, Mr. Kelly not only made a name for 'himself in hla profession and In the community In which he resided, but he formed and retained the most lasting friendehipa. Few men are more sincerely loved by their friends than he. He was an honor to his profession and to the community in which he resided and will ever be held In grateful remembrance by the citizens of Algona. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALOONA, IOWA, that we lament the pausing of Mr. Kelly and we express our heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. Kelly and the children of the deceased. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be spread on the records of the City of Algona, Iowa, and a copy be sent to Mrs. Kelly. Adopted and pasted by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 13th day of October, 1938. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved by me this 13th day of October, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. Oregory Elec. Co., mdse. Malleable Iron Range Co., radse 77.40 Northland Elec. Supply Co., indue. — - 199.99 Shell Petroleum Corp., fuel 387.44 Milwaukee, freight 289.47 Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., oil 354.22 Remington Hand, mdse. Matt Parrott & Soaa, mdse. Norton Machine Works, labor Pratt Electric Co., mdae.. BoUford Lumber Co., mdae. Kohlhaas & Spllles. mdse. C. S. Johnson, Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. Tom Fraukl, gas Harris Bros., gaa R'y Expr. Agency, express H. W. Post, freight _ E. W. Huuatu, labor N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service rresco Uuiou Co., sl«as — Postmaster, box rent for being nomad March of Progress I T. -p. Hutchison, indue. -queen. |Algoua Laundry, laundry ———— T" 'Advance Pub. Co.. print-Read The Want Ads—It Pays Uoe Greeuberg, mdee. 1.02 12.70 126.12 119.35 47.54 24.42 2.73 21.00 5.83 4.11 5.52 4.80 57.32 25.03 3.17 .76 36.00 R «' 5" «" Approp. Ordinance No. 486 was passed. APPROP. ORDINANCE No. 486 ELECTRIC FUND Mrs. J. W. Kelly, salary Leo Bellock, salary ----F. C. Daiiey, salary ..... Tom Halpln, salary ..... Walter Gorman, salary -H. E. Stepheiisou. salary. Ray Barton, salary ______ C C. Wright, salary ____ Adah Carlson, salary ---Harold Roth, labor ______ Wayne Stop hen son, labor Chester Webb, labor ____ Joe Kelly Jr., labor _____ Krnat Thlel, meter read.- Shell Pet. Corp, fuel oil C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight on fuel ..... --- 244.57 97.50 70.00 70.00 67.50 67.50 65.00 65.00 42.50 70.00 52.80 46.00 47.4S 19.20 23.99 377.20 H. W. Post, freight Western Union, service - R'y Express Agency, express Treas. of State, sales tax, George Llcbter, labor — WATER FUND M-s. J. W. Kelly, salary Frank Oetruni, salary — ttirry Barton, salary Earl Bowman, salary I.aura Mitchell, salary Dick Helmers, labor Vern Scobba, labor r>vi\»r ''lelmers, labor — George Paliutir, labor — Don Palmer, labor Troas. of State, sales tax GENERAL FUND " V Van AUityiu... .--ula \ I-:. Muti'dn, tialar> 211.21 .38 2.49 474.82 24.30 117.50 65.00 65.00 52.80 55.00 17.55 17.55 6.30 10.80 17.55 l^'S.OS ORDINANCE NO. 25« AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SCHOOL ZONES AND PROVIDING FOR THE STOPPING OF ALL MOTOR VEHICLES APPROACHING SAID ZONES WHEN MOVABLE STOP SIGNS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE STREETS AT THE LIMITS OF SAID ZONES AND PRES3RIB- ING PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF; ALt- >PEALING ORDINANCE NUMBER TWO HUNDRED FORTY- EIGHT (248) OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That the Intersections of State Street and Dodge Street, Call Street and Dodge Street, North Street and Jones Street, Phillips Street and Elm Street, North Street and McPherson Street, and North Street and Phillips Street In the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same are hereby established as school zones. Section Two. That it' shall be unlawful for the operation of a motor vehicle approaching any one of said zones, to enter said zone when movable stop signs are in the streets at the limits of said zone, without bringing said motor vehicle to a stop Immediately before entering said zone. Section Three. Anyone violating any of the provision* of this ordinance shall upon conviction be punished by a fine of not to exceed Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) or by Imprisonment not to exceed five days in jail. Section Four. That Ordinance No. 248 of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same Is hereby repealed. Section Five. This Ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every •load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do sfl kinds of draylng and hauling. sa-tf Adopted and passed thte 29th day ot September, 1938. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved this 29th day of September, 1938. C. F. SPHCHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. PLANT CORWITH, IOWA The TRIPLE PROTECTED HYBRID, Time Tested for Adaptability, Yield and Quality. Place your order now and Insure yourself of a sufficient supply of the seed you desire. 37-tf /ALL YOUR CURIOSITY satisfied by Your Mileage Merchant...Ask him exactly how you're sure of fast winter starting and extreme oil economy by changing now to WINTER OIL-PLATING «£ IS OIL-PLATING just a different name? ...No. OIL-PLATING is what Conoco Germ Processed oil does! The out-and- out difference is this: OIL-PLATING will stay firmly attached—plated—clear to the topmost point in your engine, while any plain mineral oil drains clear down the crankcase at every stop. Exactly where is your gain? Well, in starting up again—next day or next month—the coldest OIL-PLATED engine is always oiled in advance... pre- lubricated before any oil down in the crankcase could ever stir. OILrPLATING CONOCO GERM PROCESSED OIL OIL-PLATING OUARANTEtD to lubricate btfora any oil can circulate thus keeps every engine part constantly slippy. The starter speeds... the battery lives and so does the engine, free of fierce starting friction. But is there any oil saving? Why?... Because less engine wear puts more miles between quarts. And OIL-PLATING itself never passes out during the use of Germ Processed oil. Only the Germ. Process, patented, creates OIL-PLATING, the sensible reason for you to switch to Your Mileage Merchant today. Harria Bros. Service Station Wray Service Station SOFT WATER SERVICE Your City Water Department will install soft water service in your home or business and maintain and re-generate the softeners at the following prices: Installation Charge $3 Deposit to Guarantee Pay't of Acct. . $2 Total • . . $5 If soft water service is discontinued for any reason and your account is paid in full the $2.00 deposit will be refunded. Charges for the Service—$1 per month when one regeneration per month will take care of your requirements. 50c for each re-generation per month. If the softener is connected just ahead of your hot water heater and only your hot water is softened the $1 charge per month will care for the average home. ,When making application for the service the water department will compute from your water bill if any extra re-generations per month will be necessary. Enjoy the magic of soft water, use only one-tenth of the soap formerly used> protect your clothing from extra wear while washing and from deterioration from strong washing compounds. Also save on replacements of hot water coils in furnace and water heaters. Also save on electric current in your water heaters as there will be no scale to hinder transmission of heat into the water. The Savings are Greater Than the Cost This service is now available also in Estherville, Mason City, Sanborn, Iowa City, Newton, Hanley, Hampton, and several other Iowa cities, and is the answer of soft water for a community at minimum cost. Culligan Zeolite Co. Northbrook, 111.

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