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f FENTON FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR CLUB ATRANNEYHOME iFenton! The Frtefldly Neighbor club ttet at the ho*he 6f Mfff. O. i. and Mrs. Arlo Raney on Thursday afternoon. Seventeen members answered tttg tt>ML<call which WAS "My Favorite SUmWier Drink 1 '. A contest game ww P^yed with/Mrs. W. 'BMjaage and Ruth Bfeyer winning prizes. Birthday collections iwefe turned in by Mrs. -Ed Meyer and Mrs. Ben LUedtke. Lunch .was served at the close of the afteMioon, : two etttCLES w. a a & HOLD MEBMNO* (Circle One of the W, S. C. S. met Tuesday afternoon at'the home of Mrs. Ed Wejsbrod. The group decided to donate money for an army kit and to do some, Red Cross flew? ing. ^The'le'sson v front "The Seed and the Soil", was given by Mrs. F. P. (Newel. Lunch was served, Guests were Mesdames W. J.'-Weisbrod, Elwlh Schlel and port Weis- Ibrod. Circle Two of the W. S. d. S. met at the parsonage Wednesday evening. Nine members were present. ACesdames Sam Warner, Kate Bol- Mnger, W. J. Weisbrod,, A. E. Holland and Elwln Schlel were guests. Devotions were led by Mrs. Don Weisbrod. The lesson from "Author of Liberty" was given by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. The group decided to donate an army kit and do sewing for the Red Cross. Lonch served. Mrs. Anna Osborn spent several days last week at the Clarence Osborn home. Mr, ahd Mrs. Chan Ddlley of Algona visited at the R. C. Ooctsch home on Thursday evening. Anna Marie Mitchell, Bertha Solberg and Melvln Berkeland have entered theif freshman year at Waldorf college, Forest City. Mrs. 3, B. Hanson returned home Monday after a three months' visit With her daughter, Mrs. Roy Kerker and family at Benson, Minn. iRev. and Mrs. J. T. Snydef of Storm Lake were guests of the R. <1 Goetschs and the Dr. J., . A. Muellers Tuesday evening and Wednesday.' Marvin Ackerson, Marvin Leudtke and Esther Luedtke left Wed- day morning for Waterloo to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress a few days. They returned Friday night. Mrs. Wllbert Holldorf entertalrr- ed at a 6:30 dinner Thursday evening in honor of her son Harlan. Dinner guests included Supt. V. J. Tatum. L. J. Weisbrod, Donald Prew/ Herbert Krause and Bob Schwartz. Harlan and Donald Prew have enlisted in the navy. PLUM CREEK GROUP ENTERTAINED BY IRVINGTON WOMEN (trvlngton: MM. Ge6. Johnson and Mrs. Hugh Raney were joint host- eases last Wednesday to the Plum Creek Literary society. In the absence of the .president, Mrs. Eleanor Gardner, Mrs. Doris Keith presided, This Was the first meeting of the fall season. Mrs. Howard French of Tttonka, county president of Woman's Clubs, gave a review of county club work and also announced that the district meeting will be held at Rockwell City. Mrs. Vivian <Kuhn, club secretary, conducted roll call'. After a guessing contest lunch was served. Potter Promoted Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Potter received a phone call from their son, Richard Lyle, now stationed •, at Navy Pier, Chicago, Saturday nJght announcing that he had been promoted to fireman second class. He has toeen taking instruction in ground mechanics In the navy air corps since May 2, : HfSCAN H£U* YOU , You are going to have to drive your present car a lot longer, so give, it "good care! We can- help you by giving you these services: Cleaning spark plugs, switching wheels and tires, adjusting carburetor, keeping transmission, differential; and chassis properly lubricated, keiaping tires properly Inflated, keeping brakes adjusted for even operation. Get all these services at , -- '.''"-"*• . •, . , .• " Park's Super Service CHAMPLIN OILS AND GAS Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept 15-16 N/ettr* . PIIISTON PAI«ICI» DEKKER Second Feature CWAMP WALTER BRENNAN WALTER HUSTON ANNE BAXT€R DANA ANDREWS Thursw-Fri-Sat., Sept 17-18-19 KING MAX •££&•• KRHUNE Buy War Stamps and ' "Capt. Midnight" Serial Bonds at this Theatre IRVINGTON BOYS EXHIBIT HEIFERS AT WATERLOO Irvlttgton: Three boys from this locality, |namely Robert Mayer, Gerald Brown and Wayne Barr attended the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo last week. All are 4-H club members. Robert Mayer exhibited a class of five Brown Swiss clufb heifers, the group being Headed (by grand champion 4-H club heifer at the Kossuth county fair. Gerald Brown shoWed his two year old Guernsey heifer. Wayne Barr and Rober Mayer, winners In the Kossuth county club demonstration contest, gave their demonstration on "Feeding Dairy Cows for Milk Production." AW en tries were taken down Sunday. Sept. 6. . . (Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maasdam and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage attended the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo last Thursday. •Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heidt have moved to the Chester Schoby farm Where they will be employed. Previous to this they were at Whittemore. At one time they were en^ ployed ,by Edw. Mawdsley. (Mrs. Wi F. Mullica entertained at an afternoon Kensington last Friday. Guests were Mesdames Gerald and Carrie Voigt, Mrs. Anna Steinbeck and Mrs. Smith,, all of Penton and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. (Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffharn and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch attended the Dairy Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday. Jim and Janet, children of Mr. and Mrs. Scuff ham stayed with their grandparents, the Clark Scuffhams. BEND BOY MAKES GOOD IN EASTERN PLANT iWest Bend: A letter from Wayne W. Carter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter, states that he has been placed in the head Office of Research and Development Department at Jeanette, Pa., at a raise in salary to take effect on Sept. 15. He has now completed his apprenticeship at Ridgway and Jeanette, Pa., studying the Elliott Manufacturing products. The Elliott plant recently shipped two diesel turbines to the west coast at a cost of $70,000 each. (Miss lona Christensen visited Yvonne Kilbburn at Webb the first of the week. George Blake who left from Spen- ter August 27 is stationed at the Great Lakes. (Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Anllker returned Saturday from a week spent at Long Lake, Minn. August Roggow went to Chicago Thursday evening where he has secured employment. iMrs. George Varcoe and daughter and Louis Swartfager were visitors in Rodman Sunday. iGeo. Foley of Des Molnes spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. F. M. Foley, and other relatives. C. W. McCullough has been elected as school bus driver to succeed Verne Krug who resigned. Jack Bourrett is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mr's Joseph Meredith Larson Is the new bookkeeper at Bradley BfcsS. Mr, and Mrs. Majrold jefgenson spent the week end at Spirit Lake with relatives/ Inez Harris and Harriet Keith left for Morningside college at Sioux City Monday morning. Boy Ingham ha* been confined to his home since Thursday with a streptacocCie throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weeener of Clinton were dinner guests in the •Leo Spilles home Thursday evening. Mrs. Dennis Pratt entertained the members of the Knitting club this afternoon (Tuesday) at her home. Rose and Christine Arend spent Sunday of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hildman at Wesley. Mr. and MWW^ Farmers: 5 May we suggest that NOW, while parts are available, is the tp pyerhaui and repair your corn-picker and tractot, •\ Used Machines 86« $oo3if Pros, all steel tb/esfeer . ' ' Wfl. 4 ||oqprjnicfe4>e«r|ng--creanj separator ' Royal Bliie cfeain separator IQ-gQ tractor •• One WI* Wttte.G9nJus.l4PW One 349* ,&inj^*poli9-MQUne Dorweiler and Mrs. Bourrett. David Schutter went to Des Moines the first of last week and enrolled as student in A. I. B. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bourrett arrived from Wisconsin Sunday for a visit with his mother arid other relatives. Miss F.'orence Allen, student nurse In Mercy hospital, Des Moinea spent Sunday with local relatives and friends. Bob Mathiesoir came from Chicago Thursday for a few days' visit With his grandparent^, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dorweiler, B. F. McFarland took hs granddaughter, Natalie Tinsley, to Cedar Falls Sunday. She will attend Iowa State Teachers College. Miss Harriet Morey came from Des Moines Friday and visited until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Morey. Noah Anliker and son, Raymond, left Saturday evening for a week's visit with his daughter and other relatives to and near Elgin, 111. (Mr. and -Mrs. W, P. Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg Relnen were visitors at the W, H. Wetaspann home in Ottosen Monday afternoon. Mrs, Earl Kilbourn left for Elgin, Bl., Monday evening to spend I few days with her daughter and husband, V, and Mrs. Raymond Banwart, / Afr. and Mrs. Guiford psher <rf WaSingford visited at the A, J. l»«ne W*4ne?4ay evening. the flying instructor at Spencer flying field- Word from Neil Bardrtey l» thai he is atlll in -Northern Ireland and feeing . He appreciated very cigarettes IP* flto by «MJ Mrs. Joel Herbst and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen spent Sunday at the former's cottage at Spirit Lake. Judy Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh, spent last Saturday in the George Ferstl home at St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray of Belmond and Mrs. H. W. Post spent a few days last week at a cottage at Lake Okobojl. Rev. and. Mrs. William O. White arrived Friday from California and Mr. White is now pastor of the Gos-' pel Tabernacle here. Charles WlUey, a member of the coast guard in New Jersey, spent Monday in Algona visiting his cousin, Carrol Johnson. -Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller and family spent Sunday in Spencer where they visited Mrs. Fuller's sister, (Mrs. £>. J. Logan.' Mrs. Paul Wllte and Mrs. Rachel Shackelford will be hostesses Wednesday afternoon to the Welfare club at the former's home. Vera Johnson, who is taking nurses' training at the Mercy hospital, spent the week end in Algona with relatives and friends. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Kennedy of St. Paul came Saturday and are spending this week with the latter's father, John Goeders. Kenneth and George Harris, Ira Kohl, and Don Cook left Sunday for northern Minnesota where they wiM spend a week fishing. Bob Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas; left Saturday for Loras College at Dubuque where he will begin his second year. Max Bartholomew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, underwent an operation on his nose Wednesday at the General hospital. Mrs. James W. Griffith spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Mrs. Griffith lives in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles left today (Tuesday) for St. Louis and Chicago where they will spend a few days attending to business matters. Mr. and Mm, Willam Engel of Davenport arrived Friday for several days' visit at the Win. C. Dau home and with relatives at Swea City. Merle Webster went. to Des Moines Friday where' he enlisted in the navy, Garmon H. Adams also enlisted in the army at Des Moines Friday. Mrs. A. A. Bishop and son, Lt James Bishop, went to. Iowa City Friday for three days with the former's sister, Miss Maude Me Broom. Lieutenant James Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee were dinner guests in the W. J. Sigsbee home at Fort Dodge Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wm. Dehnert returned on Tuesday of last week from Chicago, Three Rivers Michigan, and points in Indiana where she visited relatives and friends. - -Mr/ and Mrs. Dick Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. Craig v Smith spent Thursday in Des Moines where they went on a business mission ajid to visit friends. Jack Chrischilles left Sunday for Beloilt,. Wisconsin to resume his college work. This is Jack's third year plus some extra credits gained by attending summer school. Mrs. F. W. Thaves, who has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs Henry Guderian for the past two weeks,, accompanied another daughter, Mrs'. Francis Younker, to Ma-son City ifor an indefinite visit. Leech Lake, Minn. Miss Dorothy Miller went to Sioux Falls, S. D., Saturday. She will teach there again'.the corning year. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller, todk her there and while gone also visited relatives at Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christensen and Irene and lona, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christensen and Marvella othy Bevard, Marvin Helmke and Jeanne, Richard Christensen, Dor- Joe Keeney were Sunday visitors in Mason City. '(Mr. and Mrs. A. Mikes and their daughter, Irene, Mrs. Harold Mikes and Marilyn Mikes went to puluth, Minn., for the benefit of Mr. Mikes and Marilyn's hay fever. Irene returned Tuesday, her brother, Harold going to Mason City to meet her. Miss Florence Ford who has -been employed in the M. and J, R. Hakes office here, resigned her position lost week and will go to St. Paul his week to accept a iposioon. Mary Paula Lynch, who has been visit- Jng at the Ford home, will return to St. P«ul witih her. Mr. and Mrs. John Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stone auto- eel to Siou* City Sunday for a visit with the former's daughter and husband, M*. and Mrs. Ralph Lindgren. Frojn here they went to Al- tft for/ ft short visit wil* relatives, arriving ho.jne Monday. (Victor Pake, son of Mrs. Hugh ikafle, tow enlisted in the army cprps as a/wephanic. lie arrive ho " ~ this .week Four Corner Matters and Daughters club will meet Thursday, Sept. 17th. Mrs. W. E. McGrew entered the Kossuth hospital Saturday where she Is receiving medical treatment. Mr. McGrew is employed by Western Buyers. Mr. and Mrs. Chester George biv came the parents of their second son born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. He weighed seven pounds and eleven ounces. (Palmer It* ReKfng- about again without the aid of a cane or crutch, just four weeks after breaking his ankle when he accidentally turned It, Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Lehman spent the .week end with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lehman at Vinton. Charles formerly was a salesman for the Kent Motor company. Dr. I. J. Wernert and his wife and daughter concluded a week's visit Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Wernert. Dr. Wernert is employed at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Joe Hays of Soux Falls, & D, spent Saturday and Sunday in Algona with friends. Mr. Hays is employed by the Metropolitan Insurance company and was formerly in the Algona Office. Mrs. Howard Raney begaki work,- ing as bookkeeper, at .the Pratt Electric company Tuesday of liast week, replacing Merle Pratt, who went to the navy Saturday. Mrs. S.aney is the former Dorothy Geil- mfeldt. Technical Sergeant Doyle Johnson of Miami Beach, Florida, spent Thursday visiiting at the Melvin Olson and Ed McGuire homes. He las been in the army 13 months, and comes originally from Mitchell, Iowa. Lois Colwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, phoned her parents from Washington, D. C., last week to tell them she had successfully passed a 120-word speed test n shorthand. Lois is employed by the government at Washington. Mrs. Laura Vandce went to Waterloo today (Tuesday) where she will spend a week or ten days at the home of' .her daughter, Mrs. Wayn Wolf. She will also visit relatives at Cedar FaMs. Mrs Vandee is employed at the Silver Gray West Sen4l5e§tion post. , - , |«r. and Mr*, ftereard SobneWer Mr. mi Mr§. c^rence Per, Jessie Smith, Elva Ewoldt and Mrs. Ira Kohl spent Thursday evening at Titonka visiting Stella Mae Breen, who is recovering from an operation. Miss Breen will resume ler duties at the E. C. McMahon law office in about a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter became the parents of their first child, a girl, born Monday morning at the Kossuth hospital. She weighed severe .pounds and three ounces and has been named Donna Rae Mrs. Potter is the former Buena Raney. • Mrs. A. • E. Kresensky and two daughters, Ardis 'and Alice went to Sioux Falls Saturday wher they Sioux Falls Saturday where they at tended the wedding of the former 1 niece, Miss -E'.'len Pettlgrew. They accompanied- Mr. and Mrs. H. L Woodward to Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kirch of Mil waukee, Wisconsin, returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel fo; a visit here. The Thiels visited oth er relatives while in Milwaukee They also attended the air raid warden school and demonstration in Des Moines the past week. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage wil take their daughter, Maxine ( to Ames Wednesday where she wil be a -freshman at the State University of Iowa. They went on to Goshen, Ind., to visit Mrs. Brun dages mother, Mrs. P. M. Smiley who will return with them to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux return r ed from a ten-day visit to .the Pac ific coast last week. They spent foui days in Salt Lake City, Utah, when Mr. Monlux represented the granc Chapter 'of Royal Arch Masons o Iowa in their general grand con vention. They also visited severa points in Washington. Ben Felt, Well known former Wcs ley merchant, was in Algona Mon day making a few necessary pre parations for departing for Florl da. He and Mrs. Felt and their daughter,. Mrs. Nina Ranck, will leave for Rock Ledge, Florida, in about a week to spend the winter as has been their custom for many years. Duane Jensen who Is taking ai! r vanced training as an aviation mechanic at the new training school on the south side of Chicago, returned to his duties there the last of the week after visiting since Tuesday at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs Henry Becker, His sister, Mrs. Charles Rollit of Cleveland, was also a guest at the Becker home at the same time- Mr. 4nd Mrs* Joe Bloom and two children Spent the Jewish New Yeftr holidays last week in Masoin Jlty where Joe's mother lives. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Merle Pratt, and Art Wetse went to Des Moines Friday where Merle and Art enlisted in he navy. They left Saturday for he Great Lakes training school. Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe took heir daughter, Patricia, to Sioux City Friday where she will attend Briar Cliff college for the coming •ear. PatrJcila enrolled! for her iachelor of arts degree with a mus- c major. Ruth Holtzbauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer, has en- .ered Mt. Loretta Convent at Du- juque and graduated from St. Ce- ielia'3 academy last spring Before intering college she was employed at the Algona Foo Market. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and on, Jimmy, spent last week ot Victor, Iowa, where they visited M)rs. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. McGayhe. Another McGay- he daughter, Mrs. James Atkin, was visitng there from Washington, D. C. Mary Ellen Hot!pin and Emma 'ean Rlnggenberg will leave tomor- (Wednesday) for Iowa State College at Ames. The girls plan o be roommates. Mary Ellen is he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Halpin and Emma Jean is the W. O. Rlnggenbergs' daughter. Dr. and Mrs. EKcan Clapsaddle >ecame the parents of a five pound :en ounce baby son on September 2. Mrs. Clapsaddle is the former l,eona Llchter and Dr. Clapsaddle s an army doctor statioired at Durham, North Carolina. They lave one other child, a son, Jerry. Mrs. Chet DcSart has been at ledar Falls since last Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Bob Ferguson, and their new son-. The De- Sart daughter, Judy, is at Mason ity with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Greene. The new baby has been named Scott Kinfield. Helsey Dunn returned to New York City Friday after spending a few days here with -his mother, Mrs. Bessie Dunn. Mrs. George Hobbs of Pryor, Oklahoma, also spent a few days here at the home of her mother, Mrs. Dunn. Kelssy lias been in the navy for the past three years. Mrs. Sam Medin Accompanied her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. RusseM Medin of Whittemore to Dubuque Sunday where they are visiting their son and brother, Carl Medin and family. They planned also to go to Mrs. Russell Medin's home in Savannah, 111. They are to be away about a week. Mrs. John Gunn of Sioux City will arrive Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Guderian. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Guderian and daughters, Owen and Carol, were guests of Milo's brother, Henry, over the week end. Milo is a mail carrier at St. Louis Park in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and BIrs. John Wallace of Mason- City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams Wednesday evening. Mr. Wallace, a member of the Mason City Police department spoke to the Junior Chamber of Commerce members on fingerprinting that evening. Mr Wallace and Mr. Williams are cousin-s. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wegener of Clinton arrived Wednesday for a few days' visit with the former's mother, Mrs. -Minnie Wegener and friends. Mr. $.nd Mrs. Wegener are well known in this community, Mr. Wegener having been with the Whittemore bank some years back and his wife is a former Whittemore girl. Russell Hutching, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, returned last Friday from the Great Lakes Naval Training school for a nine day leave, having completed his basic training. Russell expects to be assigned to one of the government navy aviation mechanics schools as a result of ability tests taken recently. Prevous to enlisting in the navy he worked at the Douglas Aircraft factorygat Santa Monica, California, for 16 months, Mr. and Mrs. A. It. McCalt t>t Kenosha, Wisconsin, arrived Thursday for a Short visit in the Dr. C. C. Shierk home. Mrs.' McCall is Mrs. Shierk's mother. Mrs. Shierk a'nd the two children, Cameron and Ruth, returned to Kenosha With them Saturday, bf. §hte*k;ana Lfe next Motfday as tfte to from a Chamber 6? meeting in Chicago and Lt, Blshap returns from South Bend Indiana, where he will visit .his sister and husband, Mr. and $rs. S. L. Hll* lard and his brother and wife, Mr. and'MrS. Jdhft BlsBop, Bowl For Health — and Wear Becker's Bowling Shoes Ladies' Oxfords in Black and Elk Leather Men's Bowling Shoes and Oxfords BASKET BALLS— tfKM)TBALLS BASKET BALL & FOOTBALL BLADDERS See them at '' Becker's Sporting Goods Store 117 So. Dodge Store Phone 720, Res. 56? TRAPSHOOT Whittemore Sunday afternoon SEPT. 20 Also Miriiatyre' Traps Sponsored by St. Michael's Parish S & L CO. some moire WOKK On sale at this price 3 DAYS ONLY, starting Thurl. • Raw cord soles and heelsl • Full grain retan leatherl •-•Grain leather Insolesl _ • Lined vamps for extra eomfortl"" " Genuine Goodyear Welt Construction I YES! . • • Ttii' '» *he same shoe that was a. sensational sell-out, at this same low price in Julyl YfS! . . . Thb ipec/af tab prW actually saves you 1 Storm welt to resist moisture! • A perfect shoe for farm or heavy-duty world ——— Voi/r S & L Col Store NO! , ... Thii amazingly low price will probably NOT be possible again this season! from Buffalo, N. T.. visit relatives. He baj been employed at the Curtis? aipplane factory to Buffalo. fop tee past ys ar and four months. Qeorgjm 8*4 qsorg* Wm, twins of W- WMw- RW FfcwyOie, who June 1st, «rft?ed fcame S&turday,: fiieJrjpfnr ""~~'" *Cr#. fist. * Announcemen t- The Production Credit Association is open^ ing a part time office in Algona, E. M, Henrilc- sen, Assstant Sec'y-Treaus., ysoll be at the Bohannon Insurance Agency office, above the S, & L. Store, every Friday from 1 to 4 p." m., startr ing September 18. livestock and General Purpose Itoans will be made to farmers and stockmen WJw) have a sound basis for ereflit. Interest rate 4%%, , . ^MP^^MBWPwWP^^ ^BF i|PB(rB^^r wHW^HP ^^^B ^^p W^ ^P^ duction Credit As'sn •».«'>•? wvvvvvwvvwtfvvvvvwwvvvvvwwvN r»J 4995 WARM MORNING HEATERS 100 Ib. capacity —— T — WARM MORNING HEATERS $CQ95 200 Ib. capacity -~,- r __ U5F PARLOR HEATERS coal and wood, 20" size .__.,____ STEEL DRUM HEATERS $025 wobjd burning -—•---" 1——•---'V .

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