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The Algofia Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 22, 1943 MRS. UNDCREN, FORMER SWEA CITY, BURIED AT BOONE Swea City—Word was received Saturday that Mrs. Nannie Enders Lindgreh, 84, had passed away at Boone. Mrs. Lindgren was a Swea City resident for some fifteen or twenty years, Coming here from the Lakota neighborhood about 1917. She was married to August Torlne, Sr., and following his death she married John Enders, a Pennsylvanian. Mr. Enders died about ten years ago. A year or two after his death she married a Mr. Lindgren of Boone and moved there to make her home. For the past two or three years, Mrs. Lindgren had been blind and bedfast, and had spent a part of the time at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Will Peterson. Burial Was to be made at Boone, where funeral services were scheduled for Tuesday. Mrs. Lindgren had several children by an earlier marriage to a Mr. Bishop in the South. Those of the children who live here are Mrs. Ole Molan, Dillard and Tom For Sale After August 4th USED LUMBER Includes sheeting, 2x4's, bridge plank, «tc. • International Truck 2-3 Ton, with hydraulic hoist. '39 Plynwrafh 'Coupe '39 Ford Mixers, wheelbarrows and other items to* numerous to mention. * Cowan & Son No. Moore St. Thone 275-J 29-30 Bishop. Another son, Lou Bishop, formerly of Swea City) lives nt Walker, Mo. Mrs. Will Peterson lives near Bancroft. Another daughter, Lydia Bishop, died about 1920. Mrs. Lily Bone is how employed as clerk at the post office. Howard Smith, student at Iowa State college at Ames, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith. Pvt. Harry Kaluzne returned Saturday to Camp Haan, Calif., after a week's furlough spent with his mother, Mrs. Steve Kaluzne. Mrs. Rose Moulton came Friday from the University hospital at Iowa City. She is convalescing from a major operation and will make an extended visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Butterfield, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt and Evelyn Butterfleld drove to Belmond Sunday to meet Mrs. Hunt's daughter, Mrs. Paul Berggren, and her husband and children, Dow and Dean, of Waterloo. The group enjoyed a picnic dinner. Dow and Dean returned with the Hunts and plan to spend the rest of the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen were at Mason City last Tuesday visiting relatives. They report that George Hall, husband of Mrs. Jensen's niece, is to report soon for final examination for army service. Mrs-. Hall, who will be remembers as Laila Eckholm, will teach in one of the primary grades in a Mason City-school. *- RICHARD MILLER, SEXTON, MEMBER AMES NAVY CUSS Sexton—Mrs. Mary E. Miller was a guest at the graduation of her son, Richard 1st class machinist, U. S. Navy, which took place on Saturday at the Iowa State College, Ames, where he has been a student. Mrs. Miller states th&t it was an unforgettable sight to see the drilling and performances of our boys in blue. Richard, accompanied by his wife, left Sunday for further training at San Diego, Calif. BOY CYCLES WAY TO VISIT RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Dean Thompson of Osage, Iowa, is taking his vacation by using his bicycle as means of travel. He pedalled from Osage to Garner, where he visited his grandparents, then to Corwith to stay with an aunt and finally to Sexton to visit his friends and former classmates, Donald Neahring near St. Benedict, and Dean Taylor, near Algona. He states that Lieut. Francis, of the U..S. Army, his uncle, hdS .been promoted to captain and will soon leave for overseas duty. He has been in the army for near two and one-half years. Capt. Francis formerly worked in Algona and taught school in this vicinity. .Kathryn Kirschbaum of Algona spent Sunday at the August Kirschbaum home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krups and daughter Joan, attended the Bleich family reunion held at the Thos. Forburger home, Wesley, on Sunday, July 18th. Cpl. Gerald Jennings, of the aircraft mechanic's school in East St. Louis, arrived home Sunday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Martin Mimbach, and other relatives here. News Items of Burt Vicinity Mrs. Warren Giles Dies In Moline, 111. Many Algona people were sorry to read of the death of Mrs. Warrent C. Giles of Moline, 111., which was reported in the dailies the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Giles had frequently visited in Algona when the Ralph Miedkes lived here. Mr. Giles, who is vice president and general manager of the Cincinnati Reds, is a brother of Mrs. Miedke. Mrs. Giles died of a brain hemorrhage at her home in Cincinnati Saturday. Funeral services were held at Moline Tuesday. She was a daughter of the late Charles P. Skinner, a former mayor of Cincinnati and a great granddaughter of John Deere, Deere & Co. founder of 4-H Girl to Ames Lorraine Soderberg, of the Greenwood Girls 4-H Club, will go to Ames and Des Moines on August 2 and 3 to attend a statewide war work conference for newly elected 4-H county presidents. Mrs. Ed Kienitz went to Minneapolis, Minn., last week Thursday to spend a week or two with a sister. Mrs. Cora DeGraw returned tr her home at Whittemore Friday after working a week or two for Mrs. Delia Carroll. The Paul Macauleys, Mrs. Mary Steward and the Harold Stewards were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Steward home. Mrs. M. M. Chipman received word that her father, Henry Ross an- THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY FRIDAY cancl SATURDAY SPECIALS BALL QUART JARS Dozen TOILET PAPER 6 rolls for Mrs. Stewart's BLUEING 2 bottles Imitation VANILLA 8 oz. bottles 64c 25c I5c VINEGAR Quart Mason Jar . AMMONIA Full quart bottle . TABLE or PICKLING SALT 10 Ib. bag 2 <.r I5c KICKAPOO BLEACH Quart lOc 9c I7c 9c PAPER NAPKINS -or TOWELS 2 pkgs. lor OATMEAL 5 Ib. bas I5c 25c Kansas Cobbler POTATOES Peck Large - 300 Size SUNKIST LEMONS Per dozen 49c 39c White's Market I NEED GREASED ROMVOIM KITCHEN AN^ ON YOUR CA' Complete Body and Chassis LUBRICATION Grease bus gone (o war in a tol* way! It's to there pitching all the way from Germany to Mandalay—quite destructively. Uncle Sam wants every pound of it your kitchen can spare. Take it to ypnr batcher and ne'il pay you for «, He also wants yon to use another kind on your car from bumper to bumper, fojj constructive conservation of a home^front "Jeep" on duty for the duration. We'll do it to perfection , , . NOW. Your e»r wjli pay you back with compound interest. ALSO LET US CHECK IGNITION MOTOR BRAKES CHECK GAS LINK CHECK FILTEB CHECK EVERYTHING PARK'S SUPER SERVICE CHAMPLIN GAJ, OUU A*flQ> GREASE STATE ANP HABLAN PHONE 798 Marshalltown, had suffered other stroke last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz and son, Livermore, visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hintz's uncle, John Gifford. Sarah Imhof, West Bend, and Mrs. Anna Carstedt, Eugene, Ore., spent from Thursday to Monday at the home of their nephew, Fred Habeger. Mrs. Glenn Hutzel and daughter, Betty, returned Saturday after a ten day's visit with relatives at Iowa Falls, Eldora and Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christensen and son, David, Mrs. George Koestler and Donald Nordin, visited the Elmer Hansens at Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday. J. P. Trunkhill and granddaughters, Delores and Marilyn Trunk- hill, Returned Saturday from a 10- day visit at the home of Mr. Trunkhill's brother at Hettinger, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter, Algonu, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of West Bend at a cottage on Stony Point, East Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. James Qllom and Mrs. C. C. Smith spent the weekend at Eldora. The Olloms visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Max Smith, and Mrs. Smith visited a friend- Mr, and Mrs. G. E. Brace and Sylvester were Sunday dinner guests at the C. F, Whalen home at Lakota. In the afternoojj they all visited Mr. and Mrs. 'James Mayne at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priebe and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priebe and daughter, Algona, spent Sunday .evening at the Pred Habeger home in honor of the birthday of Frances and Duane Habeger. Mr. and Mrs. Albert .Staehle and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. .Sauerman and son, .Jimmy, .Sparta, Wis., were dinner .guests Monday evening at the home of the Misses Ava Simpson and Irma Davison in Algarm, The Herman Bussies, Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and son, Gary, and George BoHujger, Avoca, Wis., visited Sunday afternoon at the Aug. Bellinger home in Algona. George .and Gary remained for .a few day's visit with their grandparents. FORMER SWEA CITY BOY ACTIVE IN AIR IN SICILIAN AREA . Swea City—A former Swea City boy, Capt. Reginald Winter,, now of the United States aviation forces, is playing an active part in the attack on Sicily, according to a new story in the .July 12 issue of the Mt. Verion (Washington) Daily Herald. He was named in week-end press reports from North Africa, and was quoted as saying his A-36 formation got two direct hits on what appeared to be a The Harold Steward and Ralph Steward and Ralph Steward families were dinner guests Saturday at the Mrs. Mary Steward and Paul Macauley home in honor of Jack Hennings, who left Saturday evening for his home at Misha- wakn, Ind., after a week's visit here. Capt. and Mrs. Lewis Perry arrived Wednesday 'from Washington, D. C., for a visit with Mrs. Perry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson. They left Sunday for Parker, S. D., to visit his grandparents. Mrs. Perry was to return here Tuesday but Capt. Perry was to go on to Salt Lake City, Utah, for some special training. Sunday was Mrs. Raymond Westling's birthday and in honor of the event the following guests were entertained at dinner at the Westling home: Mrs. Otto Westling and daughter, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Isaacson, Boone; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke and children, William Larsen and Mrs. J. J. John. Mrs. G. F. Whitfield and her daughter, Rachel, of Laurens, called at hte home of the Misses Warner and Whitney Sunday morning. They were on their way home from Rochester, where Mis. Whitfield had gone through the clinic. Mrs. Whitfield- lived in Burt about 45 years ago when her husband was pastor of the Methodist chdrch here. Mr. and Mrs. James Madden, Sumner, and their daughter, Mrs. Will Hagedorn and daughter, June, Fredricksburg, visited from Saturday until Monday at the R. F. Hawcott home. Mr. Madden is Mrs. Hawcott's brother. Sunday evening about 35 relatives gathered at the Hawcott home for a picnic supper. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and daughter, Lone Rock, and the Joe Maddens and their children and families of Haifa, _ Mrs. Albert .Staehle entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Saturday in honor Of her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Sauerman, who is visiting here from Sparta, Wis. The other guests included the Misses Ava Simpson and Irma Davison, Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mrs. F. L. Tribon and Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, all of Algona, Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. C. W. Patterson and her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Perry, Washington, D. C., and Mrs. R. J. Nealy and her friend, Miss Irene Burgess of Lincoln, Nebr. The afternoon was spent at bridge. RITES FOR FRANK POMPE AT LOTTS CREEK ON FRIDAY Lotts Creek — This community was greatly shocked Tuesday morning a week ago when they learned of the sudden death of Frank Pompe, who had passed away about 3:30 that morning from a heart attack. A large number of relatives and friends attended his funeral, which was held Friday afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran church with Rev. Alfred Rehder, vacancy pastor here, officiating and -burial was in the Lutheran cemetery. Frank Pompe was born Dec. 1, 1895, in Lotts Creek township. He was baptized and confirmed in Imtnanuel Lutheran church, of which he was a member all his life. On January 21, 1919, he was united in marriage with Clara Ohm. This union was blessed with two children, (Evelyn) Mrs. Reinhard Wetzel of here and Bernice of Forest City, who with the mother survive him. He also leaves to mourn his passing, his mother Mrs. Albert Kressin, his step-father Albert Kressin, one sister, Elenora Pompe of Lone Rock, four half-sisters, Mrs. Walter Ohm of Waterloo, Mrs. Mons Olson of California, Mrs. Harry Thilges of LuVerne und Mrs. Manford Peterson of Swea City, also one grandchild, Patricia Wetzel, and many other relatives and host of friends. Two brothers, Theodore and Ernest, and one half-brother, Ervin Kressin, and his father preceded him in death. Mr. Pompe reached the age of 47 years, 7 months and 13 days. Pallbearers were Ben Schmidt, Hugo Mittag, Martin Ohm, Martin Dreyer, Donald Radig, Melvin Pompe, Martin Meyer and Delbert Geitzenauef. Mr. Pompe was a life-long resident of this community and was very well liked by all who knew him and will be greatly missed by his immediate family and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Aslesbn of Woden spent Wednesday evening at the Arnold and Fritz Meyer homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family of LuVerne were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family. The A. A. L. met Friday evening at the Lutheran school with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wetzel of Austin, Minn., spent the past week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. John Seegebarth and Lydia, Mrs. Dora Laabs and Wilma and Mrs. Herbert Potratz of here attended the miscellaneous shower for Miss Elnora Voigt at the St. Paul's Lutheran school on Wednesday evening. Miss Voigt was married Sunday to Milton Espe of the U. S. Navy, stationed in Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Polratz entertained at card party Wednesday evening in honor of Alvin's cousin, Cpl. Hugo Potratz of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, who was home on a 15-day furlough. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Free Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mit- lag, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Marlene, Mr. and Mrs. Will Zumach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family, Martin and Arthur Potratz and Ervin Mittag of here; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner of Plum Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wetzel of Austin, Minn.; Miss Bernice Winkel and Doloris Potratz of Al- BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE—The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 2nd, 1943, at 2 p. m., at Court House, Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers/ will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1944. L.'J. IMMERFALL, ^ County Auditor. 1 2 Expenditures for Year FUNDS General $ 96,336 Court Expense 3,614 Poor 63,511 State Institution — County Insane 5,000 County School 14,866 $115,422 $110,000 2,303 7,000 49,457 70,000 6 ,11 (U CO i-i •sSl -SOH! cojj E-go) § £ S^ o ..H Sco '-3 E 2 E PL 1 "3d r3°£'2 J? ™ *"' $7,000 $ 38,000 $ 72,000 Soldiers' Relief Bovine Tu- 5.000 14,866 26,000 5,000 14,000 7,000 2,000 3,000 4,090 berculosis_ 17,134 Fair Grounds and 4-H Club Bang's D i s- 3,674 7,000 2,000 2,856 21,600 9,200 4,120 3,717 2,500 400 ease Erad. 3,663 A. Const. mill (4644.06 B. Const. % mill (4644.07) C. Maint. 1%' mills 4644.11) D. Maint 3 mills (4644.11) 1,859 4,100 2,900 None 63,000 24,000 5,000 11,000 > 5,000 12,400 2,100 1,200 169,898 j 147,845 265,000 170,000 ' 50,000 25,000 176,074 160,543 330,000 185,000 20,000 53,000 92,000 Totals .$566,611 $515,306 $862,200 $376,500 $100,000 $385,700 Estimated taxes per $1,000 of assessed value, $6.20. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT of C. W. Pearson, Treasurer ul Kossuth County, Iowa, for. the Period from Jan. 1. 1943, to May 31 1943 inclusive STAI'RMKftirr |>U i <-<-..ii n-n«j mv ™niur»«.. ' • '""* "*• *"». i"wu»jv«. submarine at Port Empedocle on one of his bombing forays into southern Europe. Reginald was born in Swea City just twenty-five years ago this month, while his father, Lieut. Herbert T. Winter, was serving with the A-E.F. in France. His mother is the frpmer Lois Poole, and he is a cousin of Sgt. Claude Orlo Poole, killed in Tunisia last February. • A younger brother, Herbert T, Winter, Jr., is a lieutenant in the air corps. The Winters moved from Swea City to Titonka about 1935, and Reginald was graduated from the Titonka high school, Mrs. Sadie Denton of Titonka is an aunt. Raymond E, Harr Now Corporal in Air Force According to word from Col, George F, Hartman, commanding officer at Marfa Army Air Fiel4, Marfa, Te*as, Raymond E. Harr, son of Theo. S, Harr, KirWand, Wash., and Mrs, Edna I. Harr, 105 B. College street, AJgona, has been promote^ to corporal at the AAF Advanced Flying School. Mr. and Mrs, JBrjjest Penning and baby spent the week-end visiting Mrs. Denning's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Frye. They left Monday noon for Pgjnp Fort Cluster, Mich. ' STATEMENT OF ACXMHINTS M FUNDS- Ja B nTlS<3 Motor Vehicle j 43,312.79 Jse Tax Permanent School Temporary School Genera] State Revenue Soldier's Bonus Old Age Pension Bovine T. B General County Adv. Personal Tax County Cash Itoad Bond Court Expense County Poor , County School l,B18.ua State Insane I 14 3S8 99 Soldier's Relief J . 5,138.48 Bangs Disease 3.917.37 Secondary Ifoad Construction ISO,-169.75 Secondary Road Maintenance 154,010.75 5,126.39 1,072.64 131.0S8.77 7,202.95 402.48 6,606.94 9,783.63 1,318.13 2,602.83 7,217.95 Receipts Disbursements I 95,466.36 $ 89,493.85 809.15 16.60 1,079.89 34,178.00 Domestic Animal 4,114.52 Emergency 103,297.48 Pair Grounds Homestead Exemption Institute 534.25 2.90 391.29 168.75 1,679.46 6,383.95 9,918.59 366.31 856.22 •t.8C9.0ti 42,174,19 Drains—Balances ~..'.'.. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.". : ."'.'."." 108,222.88 Overdrafts 20.87 Total Balances : 903,798.38 Overdrafts S8-27 Primary Hoad Bond Uedempt. School Districts Library County Insane Secondary Itoad Assessments . Cemetery City Specials Corporation Funds School Districts Funds 809.15 6,100.00 982.76 11,104.78 58.85 609.00 6,164.26 70,950.81 184.34 1,296.30 48,783.44 6,840.74 5,607.32 3,189.47 47,522.6(1 94,686.53 3,843.56 209.38 2,592.59 58,899.41 275.56 100,375.00 21.51 3,555.82 6,098.26 1,438.31 3,009.90 38,781.22 299,665.26 24,921.75 960.76 1,378.82 48,616.98 1,067.23 880.83 16,173.38 7,867.26 3,686.73 1,117.47 991.60 58,348.14 47,791.54 422.80 20,000.00 284.60 . 58,899.41 176.74 100,148.75 1.344.49 .8V 1,395.00 3,630.24 40,238.01 304,971.99 32,317.61 Balance May 31, 1945 $ 49,285.30 11,208.89 975.41 108,015.55 7,261.80 68.73 9,392.38 32,117.46 436.24 2,602.83 7,633.42 78,664.23 502.1" 16.310.P 7.210.4 2,925.77 169,634.2 200,911.74 7,535.2 83,506.8 2,842.2 2.90 490.11 395.0 356.48 9,938.91 16,016.85 399.62 235.88 3,412.27 36,867.46 101,736.65 837.80 968,873.68 037.80 TOTAL $903,769.11 $943,044.29 $878,877.62 $967,935.83 HECEIPT8 AND DISBURSEMENTS RECEIPTS Amount On hand January 1, 1943 $903,769.11 from Current Taxes 1942 542,748.97 ?rom Delinquent Taxes 6,129.26 3 enalty, Interest and Costs 1,527.88 Drainage Taxes 15,806.19 City Specials 3,009.90 lighway Receipts 6,098.26 jasoilne Taxes 22,898.47 ))d Age Pension lotor Carrier 609.00 l,607.Sr, 100,375.00 60.00 6,100.00 982.76 8.00 'rimary Road Bond Redempt Jeer Licenses ^rincipal of School Fund nterest on School Fund Teachers Examination Pees Sale of Motor Vehicle Licenses 95,466.36 Fines from Other Officers 354.25 Dog Licenses 3,620.00 Care of Patients at State Institutions 2,758.07 Care of Patients at County Institutions 443.87 Sale of Produce from. County Fa,rm 5,810.74 Saje of School Books 42987 Fees from County Auditor ' 46.00 Fee* from County Recorder ., 1,447.80 Fees from Clerfc of District Court 781.43 Fee* from Sheriff 30-16 DISBURSEMENTS Amount State. Treasurer's Receipts $ 35,138.75 County Auditor's Warrants 170,432.71 Drainage Warrants, .Bonds and Interest .... 31,016.66 Primary Road Bonds Redeemed 90,000.00 Interest on Primary Road Bonds 10,148.76 City Specials 3,630.24 Orders on County Treasurer by Mayors of Cities and Towns , 40,225.00 Orders on County Treasurer by Presidents of School Dlst 304.865.83 Township Clerks Receipts , 1,396.00 Secretary of State Receipts for Motor Vehicle Licenses , 85,51950 Homestead Credit 58,899.41 Advance Tax Payment 1067*3 Transfers to Funds 46 639 50 Balance on hand May 81, 1943 967.935.SS Homestead Exemption ....... , ..... ,...-... 68,899.41 Use Tax Advance Ta* Mlscellar Trans fen 809.16 184.31 Miscellaneous,,Receipts 18,222.19 ;AfftQ Fees 4,788.50 . Other Transfers 41,76«.0p TOTAL ACC.OUNTBP FOR .$1,846.8}3.40 TOTAL ACCOUNTED FOB f 1,846,819,49 W ' County, Iowa, «o Jiersby cert«^tla°*ib I e°lepon U ^VOT h ' , , a correct summary ojf the business transacted by me as s«4d treasurer during the period therein * * if P. W. , County Treasurer. gona, Esther and Bertha Potratz of Whittemore; Elma and Lida Potratz of Fort Dodge. * Joan Banwart fcf Elgin, 111., is visiting at the Ben Banwart home. Mr. and Mrs, Efwln Kugcke* ' and son, Maurice, artd datighteff Sharon, of Ames, are ependjhtf - '•> their vacation here* with mt, Kuecker's parents) Mr. and Mrs, Henry Kuecker. , HARD OF HEARING? FREE PRIVATE DEMONSTRATION New Exclutiv* Hearing SpMch T*st TUESDAY JULY 27th — 9:00 A,M. to 5:00 P.M. ALGONA HOTEL — ALGONA, IOWA • • Whether you have a mild, medium or severe bearing loss ;.. whether you use a hearing aid of not..'.important discoveries make possible the greatest help ever "" offered to the hard of hearing. Convenient terms. 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Here you will find dozens of items at low bargain prices traded in on our new furniture. We invite your inspection. You'll find items such as Dressers Beds Tables Bed Springs Chairs Ice Boxes Davenports Dining R'm Suites Book Cases Baby High Chairs Kitchen Cabinets Occasional Chairs Elec. Floor Lamps and many, many . other items Kitchen Sets Every day new items added on THE ^m A ^^fr^^k^l^ flMinlA ^fcS^ p|? ^fciP^Jfc ^d^ ' BASf QJ- COUBTHQIJ8E BARRY BEER IS

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