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attend, Mrs. Carpent- . Vernon firay, Mrs. R. Ander- and Miss in the with the part Rebekahs Take Travel Emblem To Auduboh Unit Mrs. Fred SChaefer, . noble grand of Central Rebesah Lodge No. 191, presented the president's traveling emblem of tie Rebekah Assembly to the noble grand of the Audubon Rebekah -.odge at a regular meeting in Audubon Friday night. Other Carroll members tag were Mrs. H. G. Paxton LaVerne Bier!. Mrs. Guy er. Mrs. Art Rogers, Mrs. Grouse, Mrs. Rolland Magnus Miller, Mrs. E son, Mrs. A. L. Kent Nene Barr. All took . presentation ceremony exception of Mrs. Kent. Lunch was served al the close of the meeting. Junior Auxilia*y At Arcadia Makes Plans for a Picnic (Timet Herald New» Serrlee) ARCADIA — Arcadia Junior Auxiliary met in the JFire Hall Tuesday afternoon witlj 13 members and seven guests present. Picnic plans were j discussed. The assistant leader, Mary Quinn, was appointed to head a committee in charge of picnic details. The auxiliary is inviting mothers. The next meeting a'ndl picnic at the park will be Thursday, August * * * After the business session, a short program on Independence Day was given by Mary Quinn, Kathy Kroeger and Karen Andersen. The remainder of this afternoon was spent weaving pjiper mats. Lunch was served by Gail and Joyce Brightwell, assisted by their mother, Mrs. Dean Brightwell. Steenson-Dopheide Vows in Church Rites In a Saturday morning ceremony at SS. Peter and Paul's Church, Marlene M. Dopheide, daughter of Mrs. J. B. Dopheide and the late Mr. Dopheide of Carroll, became the bride of Richard R. Steenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Steenson of Aberdeen, S. D. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman at 9:30. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, C. Everett Bliss. White lace and tulle formed her gown, which had an all-lace bodice and long sleeves ending in points. Lace was appli- qued on the tulle skirt. Her illusion veil was attached to a lace cap with trim of iridescents. She carried a crescent cascade of white Amazon lilies and stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ke- Mrs. Marie Sedebart And Thomas Qltman Married at Qenison (TIIBM Herald Newt Serrlee) t VAIL — Mrs. Marie Segebart of Vail and Thomas Oltman of Heron Lake,.Minn., were married Saturday evening, June 29, at the Lutheran parsonage in Dimison. The Rev. C. W. Schmidt oxidated. The couple will live at Heron Lake. Airplane Marriage Over Iowa Breaks Up KANSAS CITY (B-i marriage between a former New York model and a millionaire that began in a chartered plane over Iowa two years ago, was on the rocks Saturday. Mrs. Marion G. Williams, 29, filed suit for separate maintenance against Edward L. (Doc) Williams, 54. Her petition asked for equitable division cf her husband's property which il, estimated at more than two million dollars. When they were married over Iowa July 30, 1955 in a 44-passenger airliner, a sky-writing plane sketched hearts and flowers in the sky. Mrs. Williams charged the husband was violent to her and threatened her efforts to ob ain a property settlement. They liave a one- year-old son. Mrs. Williams was granted $1,500 a month alimony for herself and the child and $2,000 attorney fees 11th Women's Air Race Starts SAN CARLOS, Calif. «%-Forty- nine light planes takeoff today in the 11th annual all-woman transcontinental air race with a Californian hoping tr win her fourth "Powder Puff Derby." Mrs. Alice Pfantz of Des Moines, mother of two children, was one of the 94 contestants. She was listed No. 42 on the starting list. Mrs. Pfantz has logged nearly 500 hours in flying time including a trip with her family to the Rose Bowl game Jan. 1. She is flying her own plane, a 1956 Piper Tri- Pacer. She is sponsored by stations KRNT and KRNT-TV, Des Moines. Mrs. Pfantz attended a recent flight breakfast in Carroll. Francis Bera, Inglewood, Calif., winner last year, 1955, and 1953, was flying a Mooney Mark Twain with Edna Bower, Long Beach, as her co-pilot. ) The plane had engines with ! horsepower ratings ranging from j 65 to 325. I Reno was the first refueling stop : in the 2,567-mile race across the northern half of the country to Philadelphia. It ends there Tuesday with no night or instrument flying scheduled. The 94 pilots and co-pilots include Several grandmothers, among them Mrs. Nina Stoehr, 66, Pasadena, Calif., making the race for the first time. Many of the planes will carry co-pilots, but 22-year-old Marie Hansen, Blackfood, Idaho, is flying solo in her Cessna 140. After refueling at Reno, the planes will follow this route: Elko, New; Salt Lake City; Rock Springs and Cheyenne, Wyo.; North Platte and Omaha, Neb.; Moline. 111.; Fort Wayne. Ind.; Akron, Ohio and Harrisburg, Pa. ENDS SATURDAY! "First Traveling Saleslady" CARROI OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun. • Mon. Tues. At Lut • yon CM set this irartortil brtith- leti ait oi all tiae! ^COOPER fagrid BERGMAN Open at 7:00 P. M. Flnt Show at Dusk BeX'Offict Closes At MS P. M. vin Walsh of Lakowood. Ohio, close friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Marlita Bliss, niece of the bride, and Helen Steenson of Aberdeen, S. D., sister of the bridegroom. • * * The attendants wore ice blue ballerina-length gowns of marquisette with satin stripes and sabri- na necklines. They carried blue net puffs with white carnations. James Steenson of Billings, Mont., was his brother's best man. Ushers were John Ray Bliss, nephew of the bride, and Paul Wagner of Aberdeen, S. D., brother-in-law of the bridegroom. The bride's mother wore a light blue dress and the bridegroom's mother, navy blue, with white accessories and white corsages. • * * Breakfast for the bridal party and immediate families was served at 11:30 in the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke, where a reception for approximately 75 guests was held from 2 to 5 o'clock. The bride's cake was in blue and white. Out-of-town guests in addition to the bridegroom's parents were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner and daughter, Paula, Misses Marion and Helen Steenson, Aberdeen, S. D.; James Steenson. Billings, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. John Trojohn, Minneapolis, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs- Kevin Walsh and daughter, Debby, Lakewood, Ohio. For her going-away costume, the bride chose a brown and white checked silk dress with beige accessories. • * * Following a trip in western states. Mr. and Mrs. Steenson will live at 814 North Main Street after July 14. Mr. Steenson is an optician at the Carroll Medical Center. His bride is secretary-treasurer of the Security Title Investment Company. Times Hers Id, Carrel!, lew*. Saturday, July 6, 1957 Gingham-Effect _ Quick color for your kitchen! Flower motifs are easy cross-stitch —In a gay, modern gingham effect! Do them In natural colon, on kitchen or guest towels . Pattern 7228: Transfer of 8 motifs 6«ix6'A Inches; direction!. Cross-stitch Is fast, fun to do! Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS In coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Daily Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P. O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS,- ZONE, AND PATTEBN NUMBER. A honus for our readers—two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book for 1957! Plus a wonderful variety of design to order—crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weaving, tovs, dolls, others. Send 25 cents for your copy of this exciting NEW needle book—now! Social Calendar Saturday- Bridge - mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Boy, 14, Is Killed By Electric Shock EVANSDALE l*>-A 14-year-old boy was electrocuted Friday while working on his bicycle with an electric drill on the damp basement floor if his home here. He was Richard Roland Frank, son of Mrs. Roland Frank. The mother said she heard a sound in the basement and found the boy prostrate near the drill and tools. Efforts to revive him failed. Bill Cavanaugh of Oakland, Calif., who has been visiting his stepfather and mother. Mr. and Mrs. August Braun, since July 4, is leaving by plane from Omaha for Oakland Saturday night. He also flew from Oakland to Omaha. Personals Beulah Aiken returned Friday from Lohrville, where she spent narly a week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Aiken. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown drove to Des Moines Friday evening to meet their daughter, Barbara, and Frankie Nolin of Ralston who returned from the National Convention of Future Homemakers of America in session at Purdue University, July 1 to 5. Barbara and Frankie were delegates from the Iowa FHA. Frankie is state president and Barbara, state projects chairman. Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club picnic, Southside Park. Carroll Toastmistress Club, Amber Room, Club 30. Thursday— Open golf and bridge day, Carroll Country Club. Rainbow Founder's day picnic breakfast, Graham Park. Newcomers Club, Hotel Burke. V.F.W. Auxiliary picnic, Southside Park. Frank Bakers v Observe Their 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary by entertaining a few friends at their home Friday night. Out-of-town guests were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Brey, and sons, Jim and Jack, of LaPuente, Calif., and Mrs. Baker's sister, Mrs. Nell Sagau, of Glendale. • « * Another anniversary observance, a family affair, will be held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Baker's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Calvin, at Manilla. The Bakers and Calvins were married on the same day, July 5, at Spirit Lake. Starrett, 90, • Empire State Builder, Is Dead GREENWICH, Conn, ufi - Paul Starrett, 90, who built some of the country's greatest structures—including New York City's Empire State building - died Friday. Among buildings Starrett constructed in New York were the Pennsylvania Railroad Station, the New York Life, Metropolitan Life, Bank of Manhattan and Flatiron buildings, Macy's Department Store, and the Plaza, Biltmore, Commodore and Pennsylvania (now the Statler) hotels. His firm also erected Washington's Lincoln Memorial, the Statler hotels in Cleveland and Detroit; the Munsey Building and new Willard Hotel in Washington, He also built the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia, the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago, and structures in Baltimore and other cities. A native of Lawrence, Kan., Starrett left school at 16 to become a hardware store clerk at $4 a week. He later was a Texas cowboy and insurance salesman. His construction career started in 1887 when he became a draftsman in the office of Burnham & Root, architects who designed the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. Ten years later he joined the George A. Fuller Co. of New York and eight years later he was the firm's president. Shirley Walden of Omaha is coming Saturday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Walden, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claud McCall visited Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tier at Plover Friday. The McCalls and Hers spend the winters at the same place in St. Petersburg, Fla. ENDS TONIGHT (Saturday) "Hellcats of the Navy 1 CARROII '/«-• /:t Sun. - Mon. - Tues. Congratulations to Straight 'A' Students IOWA CITY - Robert Louis I Koepke of Arcadia, a sophomore ' at the State University of Iowa, is one of 32 liberal arts students earning straight "A" averages for the spring semester who received letters of congratulation from Dean Dewey B. Stuit of the college of liberal arts. Another straight "A" student for the same semester is Kay Eloise Green of Iowa City, who is the fiancee of Paul L. Loeffelholz of Carroll. "A straight 'A' average requires not only high scholastic aptitude but also interest, application and devotion to high standards of achievement," wrote Dean Stuit. JOEL McCREA lUliUliU IClN^QPJJ I COWS* IY Dl LUXt Continuous Show Sunday . . Door* Open At 1;00 P. M. Three Killed In Iowa Colfision BELLE PLAINE ifl—Three persons were dead and three others were in critical condition Saturday as result of a collision of two cars on Highway 30 about 10 miles northwest of here late Friday. Killed in the crash were Harold W. Duncan, 59, of Akron, Ohio; his wife, about SO, and Mrs. Lawrence E. With, 46 of Des Moines. The cause of the accident was not determined. , Mrs. With's 53-year-old husband, their son, Tom, 15 and Mrs. With's mother, Mrs. Anna Reier, 78, were taken to a Marshalltown hospital. They were listed as critical but were reported Saturday to be improving. Deputy Sheriff Forest Schafer who investigated the crash, said the Duncans were eastbound and the Des Moines car was headed west. Schafer said it was possible the Ohio driver lost control of the car and swerved sideways. The accident increased Iowa's highway death toll to four for the holiday period. State officials had predicted there would be 11 such deaths between 6 p.m. Wednesday and midnight Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. B. I. Mueller, daughter, Mary Ann, and son, Boyd, of LaHarpe. 111., arrived Thursday to visit Mrs. Mueller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Otto, and brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Barels, and family. Mrs. Mueller and children will be here for a week or 10 days while Dr. Mueller and Walter Otto of Sac City are on a fishing trip in Canada. Alice Schweers Weds Earl Boes at Arcadia (Timet Herald Newt Serrlee) ARCADIA - The wedding of Alice Schweers of Arcadia and Earl Boes of Breda took place at 8:30 Saturday morning, July 6, at St. John's Church here. The Rev. Cletus A. Ahmann officiated at the double ring ceremony and nuptial mass. The bride is a daughter of Herman J. Schweers and the late Mrs. Schweers of Arcadia. The bridegroom is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roes. Mrs. Lyle Vonnahme was organist. St. John's School Choir sang. * * • Charlotte Schweers of Council Junior Charmer Printed Pattern lit 9034 SIZES , 9—17 Summer cooler — that cutt a flattering figure as well, for Jrs.! Hatter-sundress has a new ilant In the easy-sew tucks; a fashion favorite In the graceful skirt. A PRINTED Pattern that's a Joy to sew, and wear! Printed Pattern 9034: Jr. Miss Sizes 8. 11, 13. 15. 17. Size 13 requires 4>4 yards 35-Inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, faster, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Daily Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 832 West 18th St., New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Personal Paragraphs RITES FOR REV. SCHMIDT WEBSTER CITY i/fi _ Funeral services will be held Monday at the Stanhope church for the Rev., Carl F. Schmidt. 77. retired Chris-! tian Church minister, who died 1 Friday after a heart attack. Mrs. A. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Harold Wieck, son, John, and daughter, Linda, of Glendale, Calif., who had been guests of Mrs. Carpenter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Wegner, since Tuesday, left Friday afternoon for Des Moines, where they are visiting Mrs. Carpenter's sister. Mrs. F. C. Huebner, and other relatives. The four, who had been on a trip to Washington, D. C, and other eastern points, will also visit relatives of Mrs. Carpenter in Kansas City on their way back. will your children starve? Not in terms of food, of course. But will they be denied the mental and spiritual nourishment of a good college education? This is a real danger, faced by you, your family and the nation, The pressure of college applications is mounting fast. It will double by 1967. And though our colleges and universities are trying valiantly to meet the challenge, th«y need your help-to increase capacity, raise faculty salaries, assure a sound education for all the boys and girls who should have it. A free America needs educated people. Help the colleges or universities of your choice -now! The returns will be greater than you think. If you wont to know who* th'e eoU lege eriilt meant to you, write for o free booklet foi HIGHER IDUCA. TION, Box 36, Tlmei Square Station, New York 36, New York, x Published as a publie service in cooperation with The Advertising Coune%l and the Newspaper Advertising Executives Association, Miss Odella McGowan and Miss Jessie McMahon will leave Sunday for Clear Lake where they will attend the Women's Conference of the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa at Bishop Morrison Lodge Sunday throagh Thursday. They will visit in Mason City before returning home. Mrs. Orville Baker and children, Paula and Carol, are leaving Sunday to spend two or three weeks with Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R: Lillieqvist, at Medicine Lodge, Kan. Mr. Baker will join them during the latter part of their visit. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Allan and sons of Arlington, who arrived Tuesday to visit Mrs. Allan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walter, are returning to their home Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Bowie returned. Friday from a two-week visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Thomas, and i family, at Fort Dodge. Mrs. i Thomas and children, Margaret; and Seth, brought her back. Helen Rawhouser of Des Moines is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rawhouser. Mrs. Herman Rust is home after spending about a week with her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Englbert Sauber, at Yankton, S. D. She accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Lyle Emmons, sons, Everett and LeRoy, and daughter, Kathleen, to Yankton at the con-, elusion of their visit here. Mrs.! Emmons and family left from 1 Yankton for their new home in; Long Beach, Calif. En route to Yankton, Mrs. Rust and Mrs. Emmons and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Linus Brenhan at Mapleton. Mrs. Brenhan is Mrs. Rust's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dalhoff and children, Stanley and Ann, moved Friday from 1517 Highland Drive into an apartment at 1125 North Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vanderhelden and sons Delbert and Dennis arrived Thursday from their home in Wichita, Kan., to spend the weekend with Mrs. Vanderhelden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. They will, return to Wichita Sunday. Delbert is now employed in the sheet metal department of the Cessna Aircraft plant in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. John Brey and sons, Jim and Jack, of LaPuente, Calif., and Mrs. Nell Sagau of, Glendale arrived Thursday night for a two-week visit with Mrs. Brey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker. They will also visit E. J. Saylor, father of Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Sagau, who is in a nursing home at Denison, and Mrs. Baker's and Mrs. Sagau's brother and sister at Manilla. Joe Kerwin, who Is taking graduate work at Creighton University, Omaha, this summer, is spending the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kerwin, and family. Bluffs, sister of the bride, was maid of honor Mrs. Louis J. Stork of Breda was brldesmatron and Mr. Stork, groomsman. Marvin Bdes of Atchison, Kan., nephew of the bridegroom, was best man. . The guests were seated by Dale Schweers, nephew of the. bride, and Virgil Osterholt of Breda. The altars were decorated with bouquets of roses and hydrangea. Blue larkspur and hydrangea were used on the Blessed Virgin's altar. * * * ' The bride wore a gown of rose- point lace and tulle over taffeta. The wide sabrina neckline was sprinkled with tiny illumines. The floor-length tulle skirt was fashioned of tier after tier of ruffles and a lace apron falling to knee- length and continuing into a chapel sweep. The bride's silk illusion veil was caught to a closed crown lace hat edged with a seed pearl design. Red roses in radiating frenchettes over showered satin crowned her simplicity styled triplet cascade designed bouquet of shattered white carnations. Her attendants' ballerina gowns were fashioned of white double dotted swiss over powder blue taffeta. The waistlines were enhanced by bias bands of blue taffeta which met into tiny bows. The same design was repeated in the full skirts. Tiara headpieces were of matching blue taffeta entwined with white dotted nylon and seed pearls. The attendants' moderne hand bouquets of full-clustered blue centered Ester Reed daisies, with sunbursts of the same flower in white, were arranged over showered white and blue satin. Mrs. Sarah Wegman of Breda, godmother of the bridegroom, wore a dark dress and white carnation corsage. * * * The ceremony was followed by breakfast for the bridal party in the home of the bride's father. Serving were her sisters, Mrs. Ed Lampman and Mrs. Albert Berger. The wedding dinner for 70 guests' was held at noon in the Brown Derby at Carroll. Centering the table was the bride's four-tiered pillared cake frosted in white and blue and adorned with tufts of lace and sugar bells. A bridal couple under a heart arch of lace and blue flowers topped the cake, j which was placed on wreathed tipped huckleberry. The bridal table was highlighted with twisted blue and white tapers in triple crystal candelabra. Nut cups were also blue and white. j * * * An additional 125 guests attended a reception from 2 to 5 o'clock in the American Legion hall at Arcadia. White bells, blue and white streamers and bouquets of roses and baby breath decorated the room. Reception hostesses were Mrs. Joe Staiert, Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, Mrs. Leo Schmitz, M r *- ke° n Andersen, Mrs. Henry Beckman and Rose Marie Schweers. Mrs. John G. Wiebers and Clarise Ortner cut the wedding cake. Violetta Noelck had charge of the gift table and Bernice Lampman, the guest book. * * * When the couple leaves on a wedding trip, the bride will wear a princess style dress of pink silk and cotton with white linen collar and cuffs and white accessories. After July 20, Mr. and Mrs. Boes will live in Breda. The bride attended St John's School and Arcadia High School. She is employed at the Carroll County State bank In Carroll. The bridegroom, a graduate of St. Bernard's High School, Breda, is employed at Buelt's Hatchery in Breda. Parties at Breda Honor Newlyweds (Timet Herald New* StrrlM) BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tomkins who were married at Washington, D. C. and spent several days with relatives here, were honored at a noon dinner at the J & J Cafe Wednesday. Guests were brothers and sisters and their families. A reception for the honored couple was held at 2 o'clock at Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Polking's home, for members of the family and classmates of Mrs. Tomkins. Mrs. Tomkins, the former Rita Knobbe, is a daughter of Mrs. Rose Knobbe of Breda. Keith Spurgeon of Chicago, and Connie Bohnenkamp came Wednesday and were overnight guests at the Herman Reiff home. They left Thursday morning for Lake Okoboji to join Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Bohnenkamp and sons of Iowa City, who are spending a week at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. Norman Smid of Denver, Colo., is spending several days with his children and other relatives here. Mrs. Tena Laugel returned Monday from a visit at the L. E. Hawes home at Atlantic. Phil and Paul Fee returned to Omaha Wednesday. ^ They came Monday to attend the wedding of their sister Janet Fee and Richard Detlefson Tuesday. Farmers Invited to Oat Meeting at Farm Farmers of the Carroll area are invited to attend a meeting at the oat variety plot of the Carroll County Extension Service on the Warren Conner farm, five miles east and three-fourths of a mile north of Carroll, at 7 p.m. Monday. Fifteen different varieties of oats planted in the plot will be compared for maturity, height of straw, lodging resistance and disease resistance. Included among the 15 varieites are the new Burnett oats which were developed at the Iowa Experiment Station and will be available this fall in limited quantities. CAA Plans to Speed Up Weather Reports WASHINGTON (ft - The Civil Aeronautics Administration announced plans today to increase by one third the speed at which most of the nation's weather information is transmitted. The agency said it has placed a $3,688,680 order with the Teletypewriter Corp.. Chicago, for high speed teletype equipment capable of operating at 100 words a minute, to replace the 75-words-a-minute equipment now used on the 68,500 miles of aeronautical weather circuits. A CAA spokesman said the new equipment will make more complete weather information available more quickly, resulting in improved flying safety throughout the country. The network forms the basic weather distribution system for the entire United States—for civil and military aviation, for the weather bureau and for the general public. The weather service also is provided over privately leased lines to such other users as airline offices, insurance companies, automobile clubs, universities, mail order houses, radio and television stations, air pollution control agencies and even a soap manufacturer. KILLED BY TRACTOR OLIN Wi — A tractor accident while he was plowing corn Friday took the life of Leslie McGulre, 62 of Olin. The tractor rolled down an embankment and overturned, pinning McGuire underneath. CARLOAD SALE! FREE DELIVERY WITHIN 25 MILES W« Hove Over 100 of That* Units to Sell and Tim* It Short ... So Let's Deal! A 1% KM • •% H • Freezers-Refrigerators AUlflI If RL and Dual Temps $150 for Your Old Refrigerator Toward Any New ADMIRAL DUAL TEMP ALL SIZIS — ALL STYLII IN STOCK Best Trades in Town on Our Complete Line of Refrigerators FREEZER SALE 9 cu. ft. UPRIGHT Regular $189.95 11 cu. ft. UPRIGHT Regular S529.95 14 eg. ft. UPRIGHT Regular $359.95 II cu. ft. UPRIGHT Regular $559.95 — 17 cu. ft. CHIST Regular $359,95 20 cu. ft. CHIST Regular $499.95 •Aiy PAYMINTS $169.95 $199.95 $269.95 $319.95 $299.95 $329.95 SPORRERS Dial 9513 TV AND APPLIANCIS 901 Salinger Ave. SALE STARTS JULY 6 ENDS JULY 31 TAKI ADVANTAGI OP THIS! IPICIAL. LOW PRICtl NOWI

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