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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, April 19,1934 ASSISTANT POSTMISTRESS, LUVERNE, ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE TO FRED HINTZ Ceremony Was Held on Jan < nary 6; To lave in Livermore LuVerne: Friends were surprised last •week when Miss Leona Ramus announced her marriage to Fred Hintz of Llv- «rmore, wWch occurred January 6, 1934 at Parfcer, South Dakota. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus and Is a graduate of the LuVerne public school. POT the past several years she has been assistant postmistress. Mr. Hintz is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. John HintE of near Webster city. Mr. and Mrs. Hints have furnished a home in Uvennore where he is at present driving a milk truck. Go to Rcnwtck The Women's Foreign Missionary so. otety of the Evangelical church were guests of the missionary society at Ren- Wick Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Arthur Stauffach-er. There was a large attendance and a nice time was enjoyed. Refreshments were served by the Mrs. Peiteke Hostem At the regular meeting of the Tuesday club held at the home of Mrs. H. E. Peltzke the following oflteer* were elected for next year: president, *fca*nce Hof, vice president, Mrs. Ooleman, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Snyder. Vfcit Hardeopf Horn* Neighbors and friends of Robert Hardeopf waited in unannounced on Saturday evening to help him celebrate JUa birthday. The evening was spent in playing five hundred. Lunch was served at the close. la Honor of Tcaclten The brdige club held * party Thursday night at the Archie Sanford. home in honor of the teachers. Bridge was played at four tables. High score was woo by Mr*. Ooal Morrison, second high by Mrs. Oorbin and consolation by Viss Ruth Bmtlh. A dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Sanford assisted by Mrs. lAura Zwiefel. Dehnerto Ar e Hosta The Rook club met Friday night at the Ed Dehnert home. Mrs. Sanford won high score. Mrs. Arthur Hof won low, Mrs. Jess Undebak, chair prize. and Mrs. Dehnert travel prize. Eight table of rook were in play. Refreshments were served 14 at J. J. Meeting The J. J. club met Friday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Will Heftie Fourteen members were present and Mrs. Walter Hem was a guest of the club. The subject for the afternoon was "Birds." Mrs. Albert Heftl talked on "How Birds Help the Farmers." Mrs. Farreli talked on "Birds of Interest." Mrs. Undebak had charge of the social hour. Plans w-ere made lor guest day to be held April 37th, at YourWants taken care of at once. Our stock of Heating. Plumbing, Sheet Metal material and Pumps make thla possible. Holtzbauer Tin Shop 117 8. Dodge Phone 83 J ^ the home of Mrs. Eustace and at tho close refreshments were served. Mrs. Wm. Sehultz is very ill at this time. Mrs. H. L. M-?sw is quit* ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lnu and baby have moved to Bode. Mr. ad Mrs. Tookey visited relatives in Spirit Lake Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse of Algona spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Burtts. Mrs. Wm. Baddeley visited wrlh her daughter, Betty Holdcroft in Sioux city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle visited her mother, Mrs. Emma Lehman in Boxholm Sunday. Forest Raney has gone to Beinbeck where he will work for his brother-in- law on the farm. Oeorge Schneider who Is staying at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ed Meyer is very ill, Mrs. Alexander Evans, Misses Irene and Bernlce Swensen were week end visitors In Decorah. Dr. Dwight Spooner of Milwaukee visited Sunday with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner. Miss Amber Rogers who is taking nurses training at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge underwent a minor operation Saturday morning. A marriage license has been issued to Howard Henderson of LuVerne and Miss Helen Brandt of Clear Lake. They visited relatives here Sunday. All the teachers have signed up for next year except Miss Irene Swensen and Miss Bernlce Swensen. Bemlee Swensen has siged up at Swea City. Harold Sorensen took Kenneth to Iowa City Thursday wh*r* he was examined. He is getting along nicely and will be able to lay aside his crutches soon. The Good Will club meets Thursday at the home of Mrs. Chas. Hints. Mrs. Carl Swanson assistant hostess. Mrs. H. T. B]inner will have charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Bd Dehnert attended the county Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Titenka Tuec- day evening. The cemetery association met on Thursday with Mrs. P. C. Lichty. A covered dish luncheon was served. The next meeting will be May 10 at the home of Mrs. I. H. Benedict. About thirty-five relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. Battle Krutsinger Sunday at Hardy to help her celebrate her birthday anniversary. A dinner was served at 1:30. Those attending m LuVerne were Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, Ruby and Florence, Mr. and Mrs. John Brink and son, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink and son, and Mrs. Josephine Brink.. j Ralph Miller on Fenton, Club Program Fenton: The Comunity club met last Thursday night with 25 members in attendance. The banking situation in Fenton was the main subject on the evening's program. R. H. Miller of Algona, president of the Iowa State Bank, Mr. Qsenbast, cashier of the newly organised bank at Oraettinger and a Mr. Jensen, vice president of the same bank were invited to speak to the club members on the procedure of organization and explaftn some of the new laws governing banking. The local banking committee has an offer of a limited amount of outside capital In promoting the organization of « bank. What they need is enough local assistance to make the project a reality. The next meeting will be May 3. Slipover Wool Sweaters Smart Sports types in plain i-olors or tweedy looking mixtures. Some with zipper fronts. A wide variety of colors, sixes and prices. MADSON & HANSON The HOUR- of Better Clothes. oneratidmx. are like two brothers Jttsbetft 98 times by bullets of- TOM MIX Ay Tom •"THE Ant movin* picture I ever MW WM « Ton Mix ptc- * tore. The hero of my early boyhood WM Tom Mil Hettillh. It ta life geirainenew that makes him «v«n more hcrofc to nwnow th»t I know Mm and fan e»l) him my friend. HI were called upon fa> (foe Tom Mix « nfek-name, R would be "Iron Man," for Ui»t it exactly what thte «tern ton of the W«* fe In real life. At hli age h« lead* a more «tr*nu- (fat life than most yotmjr men. He still thrives on adventure and action. That is the most remarkable thlnf to me about this treat cowboy. Tom Mix will never trow old. I never dreamed that someday I would be workinr, on the came lot with him. and privileged (o know him in real life. t have seen the marvelous phrtfcjoe which has survived the wounds of 88 bullets. I have seen the knife cut* and battle scars he carries with him as a memento of the rouch frontier days. I have seen the remarkable tribute to mans will for physical fitness which Tom Mix has in his right arm. Broken and splintered, he moulded it back again with exercise until It its more powerful today than ever before. it takes a man to live through what Tom Mix has. Four wars. Constant warfare with outlaws, Indiana, bad men. Looking fearlessly Into the mouth of a slx-ehooter. Riding, fighting, winning for the side of the right—always. His convictions, religion, philosophy are as straight, true and Ann as his trigger finger. No man has ever had anything to advance to cloud Tom Mix's name. He is the most open straightforward American man I have ever known. That's why he is still my hero—more than ever. I think his great battle with death from appendicitis was a glorious tribute to his stamina and iron will His comeback on the screen, riding, shooting harder than ever WM wonderful. No wonder that his popularity today is even greater than before sicknees took him for a temporary fall. Tom Mix stands for red blooded Americanism. His khv) carved this great nation out of the wilderness. My hat is off to hint! Co«nW>t Ifat by I * W~trk2tn*^~ Cum SHU*» fclgin ••••in* ^^ WEST BEND LEGION AUXILIARY HAS SUCCESSFUL INDOOR CHAUTAUQDA Varied Program Makes Big Hit From Start to Finish West Bend: The indoor under th« auspices of the Legion Aux- liary, in the Legion hall, Friday even- ng, drew a very large audience and everyone enjoyed the program v«ry much. The high school glee club presented two numbers, a reading "O Dose Wlnvmln" by Oeorce F-»b*r, tap dunce by Virginia Lou Roberts, trio, Florence Polcy, Ire ne Mikes, RdcJde Sanders Madeline Hammes, a little 3 year ok of Bmmetsburg, gave three readings that were hits. The "Irish Washerwoman" was acted out by the 4-H girls The Ladies sextette gave two number, a tap dance and song by Betty West and Elaine Hinton, M&ke Stattleman rave his marvelous rope exhibition, fol- iowed by Haag Brothers, Mississippi 31ackbtrda in a song and skit specialty. Prises were given to the children selling the most tickets. Billy Montag won first, 50 cents, Doris West, second, K>X of candy and llene Edglngton, third, K>X of candy. The ladies took in about 34 which they will use in Uv?lr welfare work. Moose* Change Hands A deal in real estate was made Frjday whereby three families will have new horrves. Dr. P. O. Dorwetler gets the August Traub residence. Mr. Traub, the Myron BOOB home and the Boos family the P. O. Dorweiler residence. They are all nice houses. Mr. and Mrs. Traub wanted a smaller home and the Boos a larger one. Quentln Kongsbach hiked borrve Saturday and spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach. He is a student at Iowa State Teachers College in 4;dar Falls. Paul Montag who has been in the Fort Dodge hsopital for four weeks, since an operation tfor appendloltfe, was brought to hla home Tuesday by hla father, Henry Montbg. He is slowly Improving and. wQl be some tune before he is able to do any work. BAKCBOFT NEWS Rev. Joe SchoKes drove to Royal Sunday for a few days' visit. Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's church for George Kahe and Armella Menke. The interior of the Farmers it Traders Savings Bank was washed last week. Vlggo Christensen was employed to do the Job. Twenty friends of Eileen Konke surprised her last Monday evening at her home and many different games were enjoyed. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OP IOWA KO.S8UTH COUNTT, us. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Koimuth County, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In Raid Court on the 3rd ilay of April, 1*34, In favor of Ixutle K. Peterion a» plaintiff, and against North one half (NH) of lot five <5) In Hlock Forty four (44) Original Plat of y, Io fumlant, for the Bum of On AlKona, Konsuth Count) RITZ HOTEL Newest Fireproof Hotel •AftA&t SCtVtC* Miss Cloyce H&sbrooke was a visitor in Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs and Mil•ed were shopping In Algona Wednesday. Mike Monarch and John Dennlnger were at EmjiK-uburg Thursday looking or work. Merle Stover and Ctecar Riley return d Friday night, from auaux Palls where they spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Crotts and their children drove to Manson Sunday to visit Mr. Crotts' father. Miss Ida Riley, Mrs. Frank Collini and Mrs. Chae. Riley were shopping in Algeria Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pertl of Ottosej spent Sunday al the home of his par enU, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pertl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley or Wat erloo spent Monday with has brother Lyman at the Wm. RoJey home. Mrs. Claude Miller of near Mallard spent Tuesday afternoon at the horn of her siiter, Mrs. Wilbur Justice. The Presbyterian Aid society met a the home of Mrs. M. Munson Wednes day with Mrs. J. Mun&on assisting. The Delta Alpha Sunday School clas met at the home of Mrs. M. Kitzman o Thursday eveining with Misses Viole Kuckenbecker and Ruth Williamson as hostesses. Iowa, an <le- thounan<V Two Hundred Nineteen anil 19-100 (11219.19) Dollar* and costs, taxed at KUty xeven and t.3-100 (167.63) Dollars and accruing cost*, I have levied upon the following described real property as tin- properly of the said Frank Vera. Hazel M. Vora. et al to sallnfy said execution, to- wit: TI.e North one half of lot five (5) In Hlock forty four (44) Original Plat of Al#ona, Kossuth County, Iowa. And I will proceed tn s^ll nald property, or so much thereof as rnay bo to satisfy ?»ahl execution, with cuHtfl and accruing costs at pub- Jlr aurtlon, to the highest bidder, for ash. In hand, on the Sth day of May, . at the eawt iloor of (ho Court [<IUH<- In Algona. In Kohnuth county. »a at th«> hour of JO „'< lock A. M.. of .tic! tlay. whirn and \vliere tlue attend•i f will h«- clven by Hit un«l< rsluivj. Iialed »th day of April, 1934. ' R«te* Reduced AND UP SO end «Sc. Di ne and Dance *r IHI r A M o « i SPANISH VILLAGE HO COVER CHAR&L f™,^ „ »«r,«d from i r. he M.M slow,. • S .«k .* Cfcici« .,. U»9«te»» fa. ! CONVFNfpNiTTO EVERYTHING . Sheriff of Koawutli fuiinty. luwa. llv t'ASKV l.Of-'K. Dtpuly. Van Ni-ss & Slillrnun. 1'la intlff'" At- Notice of Sheriff's Sale TATK (IF IOWA D.S.srTH C()t:NTY. BS. Notice IB hereby Klven that by vlr- H- ot Special Kxccut ton direcH-d to me from Hi.- Clerk of the Ijistrlrt Court f Kuhhiitli County, Iowa, on it Jud»f- iciit tendered In said Court on the iird lay of April, I'm, In favor of Altfona [luiliiliiK unil l,o;m Abaoclaliosi, Al^ona luwu. ua ijiuintirf. and against Minn r"» t liner, as 'l.-fi-inl;int, for tli,- sum ol KiKiit Hundred Fifty and S6-10'J (JfcJO 'Jti> liollurH and *-OHI«. taxe-1 at One Hundred Oiii; and Ui-100 (|lu!OU) Iml lain and ar< l UIIIK costs. 1 have levied upon tin; following described real i,ro I.erty a-, tin- j)ro[>erty of the said Min iii Ki-( hii':r. et al. to isatibfy aalil exe » utiun. to-wit: The Kabl one tl iri (r. l-:i) of lot 8--Vi_-n (7) and the wes one third l \V 1-3) of lot eltfht (8| al in hlock two hundred twenty Blx (^^6 Cull's addition to Algona. Iowa. And I will proceed to bt-11 said pro pcriy, (jr so much thereof us may b lu-eeKbary to satisfy said execution wit coHts and accrultiK costs at public auc lion, to the hiKhest bidder, for cash, I hand, on the 9th day of May. 1931, a the east door of the Court House I AlKona. in Kossuth County, Iowa 111 th four of 10 o'clock A. M, of said day wlieii and where due attendance wlfT b Biveii by the undersigned. Ijuted tills Sth day of April. 1S34 C.UU, DAHLHAU.SrJH. Hhciirf of Kossuth County, Iowa Hy CA.SHY LOSS. Ileputy. Van Ne=M & Hllllman. Plaintiff H At torneyb. 15-1 Abo K'tck«r\atrc» Aptj. w»*J( fv month Sullivan, UcMahon Se Llnnan, attorney. 15-17 Notice of Sheriff's Sale TATE OF IOWA. iOSHOTH COUNTY. B». Notice la hereby Riven that by virtue f Special Execution directed to me rom the Cleric of the Dintrlct Court f Kosauth -County, Iowa, on a Judgr- ivnt rendered In said Court on the 3rd ay of April. 1934, In favor of The Tra- elt?ra Insurance Company aa plaintiff, nd aKalnnt Hobert I*. Curtis anr! Vera Curtln. jointly and severally as de- l.uitN, for the »um of Keven Thou- und Five Hundred Sixty Two and 1400 ($7,662.H) Dollar* and contft. taxed t One Hundred Thirty seven and 97-100 1137.971 Hollars and accruInK costs. I ave levied upon the following descrlb- 1 real property as the property of the aid Itobi-rt I- Curtis and Vera K. Cur- H, et al to satisfy said execution, to•It: The Kast Half of the Routheaxt uarter (KV4 SK\4) of section thirty JO) Township One Hundred <10O> rth. KanKf twenty-elicht (28) West f the Sth P. M. Kossuth County. Iowa. And I will proceed to sell said prop- rty. or so much thereof as may be eceHxary to satisfy said execution, with Hta and accruing- COMIX at public auc- on, to the MKher bidder, for cash. In and. on th« Sth day of May. 1934, at he caHt door of the Court ilouse In Alona, In Koftfluth county, Iowa, at the our of 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, rht-n ami where due attendance will it- Klvrn by the undemlKned. lutt-il thl« 10th day of April, 1934. CAIU. DAHI.HAUHEIl. Kherlff of KoBHutli County, Iowa. Hy CASKY 1X>SH, I>eputy. Harrington it I^owe, 1'lulntiff'a Attor- icy. 10-18 Mrs. ChM. Baker entertaJneda* a quilting party at her home last Thursday afternoon. A lunch was served the ladles later. Doc Lynch of Simix C*ty arrived In Bancroft Saturday and Mrs. Lynch and daughter returned to Sioux City Sunday with him. Mr. and Mrs. Olie McGee or, Fairmont were Sunday vteitors in Bancroft. White here Mr. McOee stopped to see his old friend, Frank necker. Rev. Sylvester Orady went to the cltlrs last week to obtain material for the new tennis court to be built on the south side of St. John's church. Margaret Hamon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanson returned to her school duties Sunday in New Sharon after spending a week at her home. Mrs. E. B. Konke and son, Norman drove to Minneapolis last Thursday and returned Friday bringing Mr. Konke with them. Mr. Konke has teen in the hospital taking treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Carmean entertained at a dinner Friday evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Guy H*rt, and Mrs. Doc Lynch and daughter, Joan. After the dinner the party motored to Algona and took In the| show. Thirty-three friends of Miss Betty Sheridan surprised her Friday evening at her home to help her celebrate her 17th birthday. Games of all sorts were played and danolngr was enjoyed. A lunch gotten up by her friends was a most pleasing one. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy, Dr. •nd Mrs. Hoffman, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mousel entertained at a turkey dinner Thursday «venlng at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy. Those invited were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker, Mr. and MM. R. B. Hutton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox. The party motored to Algona to take in the show and later returned home for a midnight lunch. Theresa Von Bank and Dictta Angle, both now employed at Fort Dodge, visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday. The two girls formerly worked in. Algona. Congregational Ladie* Met Here on Friday Wesley: A missionary meeting of the west wction of the Mitchell Association of the Congregational churches was held at Algona Friday beginning at eleven o'clock. A business »»ee4togr was held in the morning with Mrs. Jorgen Skow of Wesley, presiding as president. A noon day lunch was prepared and served by the womenof the Algona congregational church. The afternoon program was spent in dlscus- 4on of Home Missions with Mrs. Bruhn of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Hoerner of Aleona, Mrs. Woods of Clear Lake, and Mrs. Meyer of Brltt, having subjects for their' discussions. ..,..'«. A similar meeting will be held at New Hfcmpton this week Friday when Mrs. Skow will again preside as president at the rally of the east section of the Mitchell Asoctetlon. Whittemore Route* Now Consolidated Whittemore: Peter NelHs, who ha* substituted on mall route number one finished his Job Saturday. The two mail routes are consolidated Into one but they haw » substitute lor four months. Frank Famll has charge ot the route the rest of the year. Announcing my Candidacy for State l Representative Your support will be sincerely appreciated. On the RepAUcMi Tlefce* C. B. 8CHOBY 15-16 1934, SUtt of Iowa, Koifiuth county, 66. You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the la&t Will and Testament of Eliza Turnbaugh, dtceaitci, dated May 19, 1919, having been this day filed, opened and read, the &th day of May, 1634, LJ fixed for hearing prqpf of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of bald couny, or tile Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persona are hereby notified and requred ta appear, and show cause if any they have, why &aid in- tiruuKnt Uioalci not be probated and aJlowt-d its and for the lest Will and Ttitaiiitiit of &aid deceased. Dated al Algous. Iowa, April 10, 1934. E. J. MC EVOY, Cl«rk of District Cffurt. Notice of Sheriff's Sale KTATK OK IOWA. KO.H.SUTH CUVNTY, SB. Notlcn IB«;by given that by vir- tim ,S;i«'< lal KKtcullon directed to me from tho Clerk of tht- Dlatrict Court f Konsuth (Tounty, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In suid Court on the 7lh tiny of April. 1934. In favor of Joxeph A Coiip. Trustee as plaintiff, and ag- 'ilnst William J. (Jn.Uiaun as defend- »nt. f<jr tin.- sum of FIVB Thounand Seven Hundred Thirty-Nine and 98-100 (10.7:19.96) Dollars and COMB, taxed at One Hundred Fourteen and SO-IOU HIM r.M) Dollars and accruing costs. 1 nave levied upon the following descrlh- ed real property as the property of the «al,i William J. <!rothaus. Amanda . t al to BatUfy said execution, to-wit: The Koulheunt Quarter of the Norll taut Quarter (SB!i NKV4) antl the i-:««t Half of the Uouthwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (KV4 -SW^i NW14I all In suction Two (2) Township Ninety Eight (98) North, ItanKe Twenty Seven (27) West of the Sth And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof us may be neceesury to Htttltify uald execution, with costs and accruing costs at publit: auction, to the highest bidder, for cash. In hand, on U.e 9th day of May. 1934. ut the east door of the Court House In AlKona. In Kossuth County Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M . of fcald day. when and where due attendance will b« Hiven by the under- xiKned CAUL DAm,;iAU8EIC. 8hcriir of Kub.Huth County, Iowa. Hy CASEY I-08S. Deputy. guurloii & Miller. I'lalntift's Attorney * 14-17 Notice of Probate of Will No. 3836 In District Court, April term, j""t>ated this 10th day of April. 1934. H, W, POST Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load insured against losw or damage. Equipped to do all Unda at •a-ti A DOUBLE DOSE I bought the Family Shoe* Store at Storm Lake, Iowa. I am shipping the stock home to Algona. The reason I bought it was because I got It so cheap I could not pass the deal up. The reason I am going to sell it in my own store is, it is all Peters shoe* and all bought within a year. The Family Shoe Store was started with a new stock of Peters shoes and has not run a year. Men's, women's and children's shoes and slippers, all new and up to date, not an old pair in the lot. They are the same lines that I buy from Peters Shoe Co. MosUy staple standard shoes, and every pair guaranteed solid leather. Before I bought this stock I had too many shoes and slippers on hand. I bought heavy for spring, for I feared that shoes would advance in price. With the Storm Lake stock crowded In on top of my other stock makea a k>f d that is too heavy to carry- So I am calling an 8-DAY REDUCTION SALS beginning Friday, April 20th, and ending Saturday night, April aa. The Stonn Lake shoes w<U be sold •* I bought them, at a big discount, but a* X am overloaded on everything I am going to make this a store-wide sale. Stock must be reduced to normal. There will be bargains for everybody in all lines. When I say sale I mean sale. We have the goods and plenty of them. You get quality, you get new shoes, oxfords, M» and pumps, and you get them at prices that you can afford to pay. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, Iowa. That Combines Price with Satisfaction The entire printing department of The AJgoim Upper Des Moines is at your service in your printing needs. For little jobs or for big runs of extravagantly planned literature, we are equipped to serve you. Our Prices Will Please You, Let Us Bid on That Next Job. The Algona Upper Des Moines

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