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(la.) Upptr Dti MolftM Thwrtday, Jan. 5, 1947 Looks Bad - But Not! For the second time In recent weeks, Algona firemen stood by while flames swept through a home (In fact two of them) - and the owner wasn't upsetl Most recent pre-determlned razing by fire took place Thursday evening, Dec. 29, when two homes, owned by Fareway Stores and located In the 300 block on East Call street here, were burned to the ground. The Firemen were on duty as homes formerly owned by Mrs. Milton Dahl and Mrs. Ann Hanson were consumed. And quite a fewpassersby stopped for a close, first-hand glimpse. The grocery company had requested that the homes be burned to make way for a new store building, which will be constructed in that area next spring - and the job was completed prior to Jan. 1 for real estate tax purposes. According to city officials, there Is no charge to the property owner for such destruction of buildings - but the fire department, which furnishes a skeleton crew to protect surrounding property, bills the city for $4 per man on each similar call. Requests for similar burning "jobs" have been on the increase of late. (UDM Polaroid Flashfotos) luck dinner in St. Joseph's school hall, with Rev. L. C. Schumacher, parents, leaders and Margaret Reidmiller as special guests. A short December monthly meeting was held after which the boys played basketball and the parents played cards. Mr. and Mrs. Reinald Salz and family of Ottumwa spent the holiday week here and at Whittemore with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding and family, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reding and family, Tempe, Ariz., visited with relatives here last week and with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Algona. Robt. Eisele Of Whittemore Weds In Neb. WHITTEMORE-Robert Eisele, son of Frank Eisele and the late Mrs. Frank Eisele, was married to Judy Roncka of Omaha, Nebr,, Dec. 27, at 1 p. m. In Christ the King Catholic church at Omiuha. An evening reception was held. Attending were Frank Eisele and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foley and fam.Uy, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Bisenius, Mrs. Lydia Bisenius, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kollasch and John Loebach. - o - Mr. and Mrs. RaymondMontag entertained a group of relatives at their homo Christmas night in honor of their son Dan who arrived homo for a week's leave from Sheppard Air Force Base. Allen Zimmerman arrived home Saturday, Dec. 24, for a 15-day leave from the Luke Air Force Base, Phoenix, Ariz. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely left Dec. 20 for Sacramento, Calif., where they are visiting with their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely. Mr. Seely is stationed at Camp McCallen at Sacramento. They plan on going to Oregon and Washington to visit relatives and old friends before coming back to Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ray Meyer spent a week here visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer. They left Christmas Day for Des Plalnes, m., whare they visited Mrs. Meyer's parents, the Polilmanns at Des Plaines. Mr. Meyer was stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, and returned to the Fort Jan. 3. Mrs. Adelia Meyer, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade and family, and Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family, Fenton, were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger at Alta. Dale Teeter spent his holiday vacation from Drake University, and Tom Teeter, who is with the Air Force Base at Topeka, Kans., and Barbara Teeter, who teaches at LaJames Beauty School in Ft. Dodge, were all at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitrtin (Butch) Potratz in Whittemore. At the G. C. Loebach homo Lyle Loebach from California, Tom of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. James Derner and famUy, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stoecker of Pocahontas, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Loebach and family of Eetherville, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and fam/ly, Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach, Mary and Agnes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Loebach, Jr., Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kohlhaas and family, West Bend, and John Loebach, Dubuque, all were guests Monday at the G. C. Loebachs, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Struecker and fanr'ly of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerlch and family, West Bend, Laura Bvaatz, Mason City, and Ruth Braatz, Utlca, Mich., spent the holidays at the Olga Braatz home. Guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and Mrs. Pearl Hanson of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Volgt, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom and Rosella Volgt of Algona, Wanda Hanson, Keokuk, and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Espe and daughter. Mrs. Marie Hogan returned home Tuesday night from Des Moines, where she spent Christmas atthehomeofhersonStanley and family. The families of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs, Sr. spent last week Sunday with them Including Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Maahs and family, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maahs and daughter, Everett Maahs, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Maahs, Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Tilford Egland Depew, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers and family, Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maahs, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Maahs and family of here, and Evonne at home. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and Helen, Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers and family, Rochester, Minn., wsre last week Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hetdenwlth and Dorothy Rosendahl. The Walkers were overnight guests and Monday they visited Mrs. Ralph Walker, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, the Bert Seelys, Herman Voigts and Mrs. Florence .BJustrom In Algona. S \, Aloona Inc. 3, Aloona Inc. Londi "3, laneroff Inc. 4, Burt Inc. ..... .. , S, Burt Inc. Londi 6, Ftnton Inc. 7, ftnton Inc. Londi 6, Lakoto Inc. *«. 9. Lakota Inc. Land* ' 10, Ledyard Inc P. Ledyarc? Inc. Lands 12. Lon« Rock Inc. 13. LuV»rne Inc. 14. LuVerne Inc. Lands IS. Swea City Inc. 16. Swto City Inc. Land* 17. Tltonko Inc. . 18. WliUy Inc 19. Weiley Inc. Lands 20. W«t JJend Inc. 21. Whittemore Inc 22. Whlttemoro Inc. Lands 23. Aloona CSD Cresco 24, Aloona CSD Irvlngton . 25. Alflono CSD Lotts Creek 26. Aloona CSD Plum Creek 27. Algona CSD Prairie 28. Alflona CSD Rfvwdalo 29, AlQona CSD Sherman .. 30. Aloono CSD Union 3l. Aleona-CSD Wwley 32. Aloona CSO Whittemore 33. Armstrong CSD Eagle 34. Armitrono CSD Eagle, A. Fire 35. Armstrong CSD Swea 36. Armifrono CSD Sweo, A. Fire . 37. Bancroft Ind. Greenwood . 38. Bancroft Ind. Ramsey 39. Buffalo Center CSD German 40. Buffalo Center CSD Hebron 41. Buffalo Center CSD Lincoln 42, Burt CSD Burt .. 43. Burt CSD Greenwood 44. Burt CSD Plum Crsek 45. Burt CSD Portland 46. Burt O.D Union .47. Corwith-Wesley CSD LuVerne 48. Corwith-Weiley CSO Prairie 49, Corwith-Wesley CSD Wesley .. 50. Grant Consl. 51. Greenwood Twp 52. Lakota Consl. German 53. Lakoto Consl. Hebron 54. Lakoto Consl. Ledyard 55. Lokota Consl. Lincoln 56. Lakoto Consl. Ramsey 57. Ladyurd CSD Harrison . i 58. Ledyard CSD Led/Orel . . 59. Ledyard CSD Springfield 60. «_^.uV«rne CSD Irvington 61. LuVerne CSD LuVcrnu . 62. LuVorrw CSD Prairie 63. LuVerne CSD Sherman 64. Rake CSD Hebron 65. Ramsey Twp. , 66. Ringsteu CSD Seneca 67. Ringsted CSD Seneca, R Fire 68. Sentrol CSD Burt 69. Sentral CSD F«nton 70. Seotrol CSD Greenwood 71. Sentrol CSD Lotts Creek 72. Sentrol CSD Seneca ... 73. Sentral CSD Seneca. A. Fire . ... 74, Sentrol CSD Seneca, R. Fire .... 75. Sentrol CSD Sweo 76. Senfrjl CSD Union | 77. Swea City CSD Eagle 78. Swea City CSD Eagle, A. Fire . 79, Swea City CSD Grant 80. Swea City CSD Harrison 81. Swea City CSD Seneco 82. Swea City CSO Sweo 83. Sweo City CSD Swea, A. Fire .. 84. Tltonko Consl. Buffalo 85. Titonka Consl. German ... 86. Titonka Consl. Plum Creek 87. Tltonko Contl. Portland . .. 88, Titonka Consl. Ramsey 89. Tifonko Contl. Wesley . , 90. Twin Riven CSD Gorfield , 91. Twin Rivers CSD Rivendale ' 92. West Bend CSD Garfield 93, We»f Bond CSD Rivcrdale ... . 94. Wwt Bend CSD Whittomore .. I, School Bonds j & Interest j 56.5rt> 2.762 36.210! 5.762 22.6101 40905 3.894 40.9051 3.894 J2.i69 3M69 38995 38995 32.M6 32.516 32 169 27.879 27 879 38.654 38.654 39.2-10 36.1231 36.123 38.125 36.210 36.210 36.210 36.21 Oi 36.210! 36.210, 36.2101 36.210 36.210 36.210) 36.2101 36.210; 33.0421 33.0421 33.0421 33.042 22.6IO| 22.610 40.157 40.157 40.1571 40.905 40. 905 | 40.9051 40.905i 40.9051 36.123i 36.123 36.123 33.590 4.636 33.995 38.9951 38.995 38.995 38.995 32.516; 32.516! 32.516, 27.879 i 27.8791 27.879! 27.8791 37.924 1.663, 38.323: 38.323, 32.169 32.I69| 32.169 32.169 32.169 32.169, 32.169 32.169 32.1691 38.654 38654 38.654 38.654 38.654 38654 38.654, 39.240 39.240 39.240 39.240 39.240 39.240! 42.467| 42.467! 38.125, 38.125 38.I25| 3. 471 3.473 4.536 4.536 1.232 1.232 3.473 2832 2 832 2.760 "5.76*0 4.782 4.885 4.885 2.553 2 762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 2.762 4.565 4,565 4.565 4.565 5.484 5.484 Board of Education .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 — 19T .391 .391 .391 L - 391 !391 .391 .391 .39) .391 .391 .795 .795 1.161 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .391 .690 .690 .690 .690 .391 .391 .953 .953 I comm. College .731 .711 .731 .731 Twp. Cemetery .020 .036 .102 .137 .125 .211 .102 .187 .250 .089 5.484, .953 .731 .021 3.8941 .391 1 .438 3.894 .391 1 .187 3.894 .39 li 1 3.8941 .391, .140 3.894 4.885 4.885 4.685 .391 .795 .795 .795 .391 .391 4.536 .391 4.5361 .391 4.5361 .391 4.5361 .391 4.5361 1.232 1.232 1.232 2.832| 2.B32T 2.832 2.83i 4.0491 .731 .731 .731 .391, .391, .391 ,391 .391 .391, .391, .391 1 .953 .391 ,3, 3.086 .690! ; 3.0861 .6901 l 3.473' .391 3.473 .391; 3.4731 .391 .125 .406 .211 ii .125 .250 .125 .041 .125 If .250 .064 .750 .500 .793 .734 .617 .250 .0631 .761 .685 .750 1.500 .750 .031 .125 .058 .125 .063 .1871 .0891 .031 .126 .021 ; .250 .126 .055 .036 .406 .137' .250! .092. .092 .438 .000 ,IS7j i .000 - 473' .391; : ~ - ,250 3.473 .391: .092; 3.473 .391 , .092 3.473, .391, 1 .092 3.4731 .391 1 3.4731 .391 2.760! .391 2.760i .391 2.760 .391 2.760, .391 1 .125 1 i 2.760; .391, .092^ 2.760; .39l! i 2.760: .391 4.782 .391 1 .221 4.782 .391 .039 4.782 .391 4.782' .391 4.782, .391 4.782; .3911 3.725 1.261 i .692; 3.725; 1.261, .6V2 2.5531 1.161 2.553 1.161 2.5531 1.161 .125 .03 1! t .125 .140! .058 .250 .211 ! .063 .102 .102 .102 .041 .041 1.500 .750 1.000 .235 .287 .500 .657 .750 .500 .500 Jo •32.926 26.046 ,17,586 23,339 20.925 _IB,6_06 19.955 28.871 29.316 24.098 20.748 19.723 24.129 .2501 .711 .793 .761 1.0001 .750 .235 .287 1.000 .500 1 .000 1 .307, 1.000[ .331 .064 .71 1 .793 .617 .287 1.000 , .761 .500 .6571 .000 .7501 .7501 .761 1.500 .500 .750 .250 .750 1.500 1.000 .307, I It 9^662 9.662 ..9,662 Y662 "9162 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.66] 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662 i* Jl. — 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.103 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9,108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.662 9.1081 9.662| 9.1081 9.662| 9.108 9.662 9.108 9.662 9.108 9.662 9.108| 9.662i 9.108| 9.662, 9.108' 9662, 9.108 9.6621 9.108 ' 9.6621 9.662 1 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662, 9.662 9.662 9.662 9.662, 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108 9.108, 1: I 81.951 49.Q23 58./09 72.438 54.852 69iJf '.3.695 74.509 53.584 62.407 43,801' 65.650 69.63b 40.764 80,783 51.467 78.173 72.944 52.196 71.224! 73.154 49.025 58.528 58.2331 59.I3J 58.758 58.926 59.010 58.887 58.633 59.168 58.920 57.817 58.567 57.817! 58.567 42.708 43.021 66.450 66,382 66.616 65.055 64.897 64.585 64.658 64.4601 62.421 62.097 62.339 53.751 24.734 63.047 62.979| 63.818 63.213 63.942, 53.216 54.035 53.295 49.972 50.989 50.665 50.626, 62.714 21 07.4 9.1081 61.7221 9.108; 61.461; 9.1081 55.898 9.108 54.803 9.1081 55.740 9.662! 9.108] 55.803 ~ 9.662 9.108 55.656 9.662 9.108 56.395 , 9.662. 9.108, 55.395 i 9.662, 9. ins 55 553 ; 9.662; 9.IC81 55.303 9.662, 9.108 61.325 9.662, 9.108. 62.075 9.662: 9.108! 61.575 9.662 9.108 60.882 .7611 .750, 1.500, .354 .235 .500, .500 1.000 .761 . .2041 .734; .204 .734; .685. 9.662, 9.108 61.428 9.662| 9.108 61.325 9.662 9.108 62.075 9.662 9. IDS 63.75d 9.662 9.108 63538 9.662 i 9.l08i 63.808 9.662 9.1081 63.881 9.662] 9.1081 64.433, 9.662, 9.108, 64.218 9.662i 9 lOBi 67 1 19 9.662j 9.108. 67.792 9.662 9.108 60.813 9.662 9.108 61.486 9.662 9.108! 61.396 »i« n *«£ L 92£'. A cJ!5-A T D... G V'. r . a J .- 00 . 0 ' A tree JL.?- 32 ZL. p . u . 0 - ?ofety 9.175; Sanitation 1.590; Mun. Enterorii. A A79 p.,,.,,. Trust tlon 3 Debt 4.3,3; Tr aa .485. TOTAL OT 20.925 ~ TOTAt 1 L 8 E 606' RC ' ' N TOTAL / l ?°95 E 5 ROCK ' NC ' ~ G *' n *'° l , '•<>«; fl 702; Pub ' 5afl • JJ20; Stfc »' t>673 ' Put> *' 486 ' Sfrf *' * OI5; Pub ' 5.099, Sanitation 3.198; Mun. Enterprise 1.197; Recrea- Sanitation 1.670; Mun. Enterprise .911, Recreation .304, 4.836. Sanitation 3.921; Recreation 1961; Debt So'v. 1.528; Sanitation .743; Mun Enterprise .610, Recreation 2518, Sanitation .755; Recreation .755, Utilities 4.785. 1.7)9; Sanitation 2.864; Recreation .573; Utilities 4.296, .919; Sanitation 1.838; Mu.-. Enterprue 2.757; Recrea- 3.199; Sanitation 2.021; Mun. Enterprise 3.536, Rtcreo- 3.936; Sanitation 1.549; Mun, Enterprise 3.031; Recrea- tion 3,902.'"TOTAL"*20.748 Ut08r0 ' ''"^ "'*" * 829 ' Pub - ^'"^ *- 7 38; Sanitation 2.230; Mun. Enterprise .697; R«cr«o- -W; UtlW^Drtt'^vST^r^TOTAf''^'/^ 1 Pub ' 5 ° fety 5 ' 88 * ; S 0 "" 0 "" 1 - 981 '' Mun ' tnt «'P"" Ml; R.cr.atlon WUITT " lk "" Go"*"" 1 •°00, Street 7.'293; Pub. Safety 3.953; Mun. Enierpr,* 3.211; Recreation 3.7C6; Drbt ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and sons from here and daughter, JoAnn, Des Moines, visited their daughter and sister, Sister M. Letitia, Briar Cliff College, Monday. Richard Plathe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Plathe, Alvin Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann, and Howard Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, left this week for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. for their six months military training. They are members of the National Guird. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Erpelding and family, St. Joe, Minn., were visitors here Thursday at the home of Mrs. Adeline Wagner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres, Algona, also were callers at the Wagner home on Thursday. The Erpelclings were enroute home from a 10 day trip to Texas and Okalhoma to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Lawrence, Kans., were holiday visitors here in the home of Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet and family. St. Joe Trojans 4-H Club held their Christmas party and gift exchange preceded with a pot- COLD WEATHER MERCHANDISE AT HOT WEATHER PRICES . .. AT DIAMOND'S! 1966 Kossuth County Tax Levy General County & Stair General Fund 2,548. Court .375' Poor I 500' State Initltutlon l 874> Cn M=nt u* n uk 11+ £»TEE«^^^^ Two. Rood Levy: S«e. Rd. 8.SI2' Rood Claanng .263; & Twp. Library .333. TOTAL 9 I08 thirt U oTio a Cl?y°To5 P ) 0y * ( ° n ' V "' Q ° wh ' r * lh * rfl " °"° ° Clty Tax '' Fimali Doa^'$3.50 (Only $3.00 whirt CSD Stood! for Community School Dlitrlct, ORE-IDA HASH BROWNS ANNUAL END-OF-YEAR CLEARANCE Tiretton* TIRES-TIRES-TIRES - PLUS EXCISE TAX NEW TRUCK TIRES AT CLOSE OUT PRICES 1 New 650 x 15 6p FS farm and Comm. Nylon 2 New 670 x 15 6p FS Transport 1 New 670 x 15 6p FS SAT M&S 2 New 710 x 15 6p FS SAT M&S 2 New 700 x 16 6p FS farm and Comm. Nylon 4 New 700 x 16 6p Orig. equip. take offs 4 New 750 x 16 8p FS Orig. equip. ' 2 New 700 x 17 8p trans, port same as HD .2 New 750 x 17 8p trans, port same as HD ' 3 New 825 x 20 lOp Farm and Comm. Nylon 825 x 20 lOp FS Orig. equip. take offs 110 ' 4 825 x 20 lOp FS Orig. equip, 110 nylon take offs >2 New 900 x 20 lOp FS trans, port same as HD 12.95 10.95 21.95 25.95 19.95 21.95 34,95 >2 New 900 x 20 FS steel-cords .. ,2 New 90 x 20 lOp Sup MiTr Xbr nylon Now 1000-K 80 18p Sup Miff Xbp nylon SCUO PASSENGER 59.95 4&«5- ,2 New 590 x 13 T&C tu W/b .. . 11.95 2 New 600 x 13 T&C tu W/b .. . 12.95 New 600 x 13 T&C tu N/W .. . 13.95 >2 New 600 x 15 T&C tu N/W .. . 15.95 >2 New 650 x 15 T&C tu black . . 13.95 2 New 710 x 15 T&C tube type . 14.95 New 760 x 15 T&C tube type . 15.95 New 600 x 13 FS orig. equip. W/B . B ...... F . 15.95 . 2 New 600 x 15 FS orig. equip. black i4.5o New 600 x 15 FS orig, equip. , N/W ....... 16.65 2 New 650 x 15 FS Nylon N/W .. 14.50 '2 New 650 x 15 FS orig. equip. W/B ......... 16.9S >2 New 650 x 15 FS orig. equip, , N/W ".../I./.. 17.50 4 New 710 x 15 FS Nylon tu W/B 16.95 Gerald Erpelding of Whittemore is the lucky winner of the free turkey in a drawing at our store Dec. 30. Our congratulations to him. While getting ready to take our year end tire inventory we uncovered hundreds of tires that we must sell now. We're willing to "deal" on these tires ... discontinued tread designs (brand new tires) ... new car "take-offs" (many matched pairs and sets used less than 100 miles) ,.. good inspected used tires (some with thousands of miles of tread remaining. We'll have these tires sorted in stacks for easy selection. Come in and pick your tires and name your price! No reasonable offer will be refused. Be here early for best selection. 20 Gallon Trash Can $1,88 Car Front Seat Floor Mats $1.44 Push Brooms 99c Tool Kits $1.99 1 New 760 x 15 FS Saf Ch tube type Nylon W/B 17.50 2 New 760 x 15 FS Saf Ch tu Nylon W/B 18.50 2 New 760 x 15 FS dl Ch tu N/W 22.95 New take offs: 50% OFF 1 650 x 13 US N/W 1 695 x 14 US N/W 1 700 x 14 General black 1 735 x 14 Goodyear N/W 1 775 x 14 US black 4 775 x 14 General W/W white stripe 1 775 x 15 8p US tu black 1 775 x 15 Goodyear W/S 1 845 x 15 US W/S 1 900 x 15 US 3 Stripe OTHER ODDS & ENDS AT DISCONTINUED PRICES . 4 600 x 13 Dl Ch tu N/W 2 650 x 13 New Dl Ch tu N/W 1 650 x 13 5p tu N/W 1 695 x 14 New Dl Ch tu N/W 4 735 x 14 New Dl Ch tu N/W 1 750 x. 14 Nylonaire tu W/B 1 750 x 14 Champ tu nylon W/B 1 750 x 14 Old Saf Ch tu N/W 6 775 x 14 New Dl Ch tu N/W 5 800 x 14 Champ tu nylon N/W 1 800 x 14 New Saf Ch tu nylon 1 800 x 14 Old Saf Ch tu nylon N/W 17 825 x 14 New Dl Ch tu N/W 1*850 x 14 Old Saf Ch tu nylon 6 850 x 14 Old Dl Ch Tu 1 850 x 14 Old Dl Ch tu N/W 1 850 x 14 Old 500 tu 1 885 x 14 New Dl Ch tu N/W 2 670 x 15 Champ tu nylon N/W 13 775 x 15 New Dl Ch tu N/W 5 775 x 15 New 500 tu N/W 2 710 x 15 Champ tu nylon 1 710 x 15 Saf Ch nylon tube-old style' 4 815 x 15 Old Dl Ch tu N/W 7 815 x 15 New Dl Ch tu N/W 4 815 x 15 New Dl Ch tu N/W (8 ply)' 1 815 x 15 New 500 tu N/W 1 760 x 15 Old Saf Ch tu nylon 1 760 x 15 500 tu N/W 3 885 x 15 New Dl Ch tu N/W 5 (350 x 16 4p Saf Ch nylon tube typo Joe Bradley Firestone South of Al0ona Hottl Phono 295-2421, Algona

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