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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, September 13, 1954
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CALL 68 CLASSIFIED RATES For Constcutiv* Insertions Minimum 1 insertion 2 insertions —.. 3 insertions ; 4 insertions 5 insertions 6 insertions In Mtmoriam — <ard of Thanks Blackface Local — 75c . 3c per word .. Sc per word . 6c per word 8c per word . 9c per word . 10c per word ._ 10c per line „. S1.00 15c per line These charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is patt within 10 days after the first insertion. A special service charge of Me will be added after the 10-day period. Call 48 before 10:30 a.m. for insertion same day, except Saturday, 9' a.m. deadline. . Cancellation until 10 a.m. daily. Rates quoted are local advertising rates. KM SALE—-KEAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Main St., Arcadia, the ' Floyd Wilson home. Modern, S bedrooms, 2 baths. Suitable for duplex; newly decorated, 2-car "garage. Fuller Realty Co., 136 S. Main St. See John B. Barrum, Sr. c-295 FOR SALE fOR SALE OR TRADE—1954 Pontiac De Luxe, 4-door demonstrator. Service. Motor Co. • p-tf FOR SALE—Sweet Spanish onions, Scents per pound. Thos. Phifer, Tetersburg. . c-306 fcOOFING AND SIDING installed by experience'' workmen. No down payment. 36 months to pay. Phone Windfall 26. WINDFALL LUMBER AND MILLWORK CORP. GARAGES .tar and a half $695 Sfwo-car -_ „$995 Complete, erected on your lot, 36 months to pay. No down pay- Stent. Hemlock Lumber. Phone Center 32F20. c-tf GARAGES Sit and a half, $695 tVo-Car . $995 Complete with*.overhead _door, service ooor, window, concrete floor, erected on your lot. Mot a —- prefab. 36 months to pay. WINDFALL LUMBER AND MILLWORK CORP. Phone 26 .. c-tf 1,000-BU. MARTIN steel bins, $285. Lester Waterman, Noblesville, R. R. 1. Phone 19 F 22. c-tf FOR SALE—Pullets, New Hampshire Reds and White Rocks; puppies, black Cocher Spaniels. Phone 39 R 4. p-297 FOR SALE—Good used oil burner, 3 to 4-room size. Phone 55 R1. p -297 FOR SALE—Good Singer electric sewing machine. Smith's Furniture Store, 510 Dearborn St. 1 c-297 FOR SALE—For best buy in steel grain bins and corn cribs see Adler's Seeds, Sharpsville road, U. S. 31. N p-307 FOR SALE—Norge oil burner stove and 185 gal. fuel tank, both for $100. W. A. Bilby. Phone 327, Goldsmith. p-297 DITCH DIGGING, septic tank holes, basements, etc. Elwood phone Federal 2-3922. p-317 FOR SALE—Baled hay, third cut of alfalfa out of field Tuesday ,and Wednesday. Preston Huffer. Phone 41X0. p-296 CRUSHED STONE sand, gravel, Ready Mix concrete. Noble Young. Phone 736. c-tf HAMS — You buy 'em, we bake 'em. Phone orders by 5 p. m. for next day delivery. Tipton Locker. Phone 15. c-305 FOR SALE OR TRADE—One half- ton pickup GMC and one %-ton pickup GMC. Phone 83. Service Motor Co. c-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE—1954 Plymouth 2-door two-tone. Call 1261 after 4 p.m. c-tf FOR SALE—Two good used self- propelled combines; one 6-ft. Massey-Harris combine, extra nice. Armstrong Farm Equipment Store, 150 Swayzee. c-297 GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS— New installation, repairs, any type. Chas. Ehman. Phone 1380. c-ti FOR SALE—Shop Tice's for .complete line of bicycle accessories, wheel goods and toys. Tice's. c-296 FOR SALE—Home grown muskmelons. George Clark, 2'A miles north of Kempton. p-296 FOR SALE—Balboa rye. Harold Johnson, Windfall. Telephone 19F6. c-Fri-JIon-'\Vcd-297 FOR SALE — lVi-ton 1945 Ford truck, two-speed axle, extra good motor and tires. Gene Hoover. Phone^32X0. p-295 FOR S/&E—Flowers for home, hospital, weddings, funerals and corsage work. Phone 4375. • c-295 FOR SALE—Three Dorset ram lambs; one 2-yr.-old Dorset ram. Clarence Amsbury, 4Vi mi. n. of Tipton. p-295 FOR SALE—One Tamworth boar,. 3 years old. Jonathan Harper, VA miles south of Sharpsville. p-295 IT'S A FACT, no more wax for linoleum coated with Glaxo. Dries quickly, lasts months. Tarn's Drugs, Inc. c-300 FOR SALE—Yorkshire boars and gilts. Glenn Newcdm. Phone Ekin 24 F 11. p-297 FOR SALE—Reg. Polana China boars. Bangs tested. Three miles west junction 28 and 31, 3 M: miles south. Don E.-Orr. Ekin 27 F 05. FOR SALE—Barred Rooks, laying good. Elbert Hobbs, route 2, Kirklin. c-295-297 FOR SALE—Outside white paint Special, $2.92 gallon. Tice's. c-tf FOR SALE—Used Spinet piano, like new. Philip Belt, 400 N. 10th St., Elwood. p-296 FOR SALE — Registered Hamp male hogs. Inquire Adler's Seeds, 31 and Sharpsville road. p-300 FOR SALE—Certified seed wheat. Vigo and other varieties, $2.80 per bu. and .up. Adler's Seeds, Sharpsville road, U. S. 31. p-307 FOR SALE—Upright piano. 216 E. Madison St. p-298 CABINETS—Custoir built. Phone 48, Atlanta. Jack Honnold. c-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BOOMING business makes opening available for responsible man or woman with a car .to call on farm women in Tipton county. Full or spare time. $20 to $40 a day. Write McNESS COMPANY, 120 E. Clark St., Freeport, 111. p-290-295 HELP WANTED MAKE $20.00 DAILY. Sell luminous name plates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. Free sample and details. ' p-295 $2.00 HOURLY possible doing light assembly work at home. No experience necessary. Write CROWN Industries, 7159 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles 36, Calif. P-295-29G FOREIGN Employment Construction Work. If interested in foreign projects with high pay, write Foreign Service Bureau, Box 295, Meuchen,' N. J. p-295 WANTED AT ONCE—Dishwasher. Apply in person. Electric washer. Gem Cafe. c-295 FOR RENT FOR RENT— Modern borne, gas heat, four bedrooms. Call C, L. O'Banion.' ! tf MODERN ROOMS by day or week, reasonable rates. Tribune street. Bldg., East Tipton Hotel, Jefferson It FOR RENT— In Arcadia, on Main street, 3 -room unfurnished apartment, gas heat, private entrance. Phone 201. : p-tf FOR RENT — Upper gas heated 4-room apartment with front porch. Sorry, no children. Dr. Collins. Phone 1951 or 305. c-tf FOR RENT—Modern 5-room upper duplex. Heat, gas and water furnished. Phone 1952 after 4:00 p. m. I . c-296 FOR RENT—4 room unfurnished upstairs apt. Private entrance. Modern - gas heat 120 First St. or 409 Oak St. i C-tf Children Allowed FOR RENT—Nice {clean sleeping room. Phone 2779. c-298 FOR RENT —Modern apartment, gas heat, 3 rooms and bath. Corner East and Jefferson. Call C. L. O'Banion. • j. . c-tf FOR RENT—Five rooms in Hobbs. Fourth house south of bank. Mary E. Eberhart. ! p-296 MISCELLANEOUS DO YOU have an alcoholic problem? If so, write Alcoholic Anonymous, Box 212, Tipton. c-tf CESSPOOLS, septic sewer lines cleat ed. er's Corner, 32. j tanks and Phone Bak- c-tf PIANO TUNING and repair. Pianos rebuilt and i restyled. All work guaranteed. Philip Belt, 400 N. 10th St., Elwood. Phone 23902. p-295 WANTED—Full time experienced cashier for local grocery. Good salary, insurance^ vacation plan. Reply at once to Box "U," care of Tribune; . c-296 WANTED—Waitress, teria.- Tom's cafe- c-297 WANTED WANTED — Upholstering. Carl Miller, 731 North Independence. Phone 623. tf WANTED—Bicycle and tricycle repairing. Re-tiring all types of velocipedes. Borden's Bike Shop, 527 Vine. p-296 SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED MASTER MIX PRE-PIG-ETS TO FEED BABY PIGS UNTL 4 WEEKS OLD. RICH IN 'SUGAR AND ROLLED OAT$ MASTER MIX & SUPPLY Rubushs Return From Trip Through Western States SHARPSVILLE 4 Mr - John C Rollins of Russiaville, Mr. and Mrs. John Rollins, Jr. of Kokomo, Mrs. Cecil Rubush, Betty and J. C. Rubush of Sharpsville; have returned from a motor trip 6i of 4,280 miles through the Western states. They visited with Pfc. Charles Rollins at Camp Carson, Colorado Springs, made a tour of the camp and visited Lowry ! Air base with" Rollins. The group visited Canon City and drove on the Skyline drive, overlooking the city and the state prison. They also toured the prison. From there the group visited the Royal Gorge, and .crossed > the world's highest expansion bridge, and saw the Pillars of Hercules. In Cannon City; they also visited the .Municipal i museum. One of the interesting exhibits there was the Vinnie C. Hoover doll exhibit, with dolls from Russia, Scotland, China,. Hindu, Korea, New Zealand, Hawaii, Dutch East Indies, the south seas. One shelf is devoted to European dolls, another to American and Indian dolls and a third to reproductions of-Jenny Lind and other notables. The Chinese bridal party contains about 45 small dolls. The Anson Rudd I cabin was an interesting sight. It contains the first board floor ever built. It was here the first white child, Anson, Jr. Rudd was born in Canon City. The shrine of Will Rogers was also visited: Also highlighting the tour was a visit to Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, a city bulit on the side of Pike's Peak. They also saw Seven Falls and visited the grave of Helen Hunt Jackson, author of "Romona." While there an Indian chief and his son entertained the spectators with three of their Indian dances. j They also visted the Broodmopr hotel, where Bing Crosby and other movie stars spend their vacation. Roy Rogers was a guest there\t that time. They visited a short time with Mrs. Rubush's nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Faulkner at Colorado Springs. The party also visited with Mr. and; Mrs. John Rubush at Casper, Wyb. They went through Hell's Half Acre, and saw a monument of Buffalo Bill at Colby, iWyo. and the Buffalo Bill Dam. Yellow Stone National park, Palasades, Black Hills of South Dakota and the Badlands were among other places this party visited. I \ Custor Forest park, Mt. Rushmore, Where the faces of Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Lincoln are carved in the mountain, known as the Shrine of Democracy, were visited next. They saw the summer home of ex- pTesiaent Coolldge. where ^President Eisenhower also spends part of his time. ,;N ?W .Scotch Permanent Mending Tape for permanent paper mending. IP* 39c. TIPTON TV Theater CHANNEL (ij INDIANAPOLIS Network Affiliation: CBS jWFBM— i[ " ~ MONDAY, SEPT. 13 ! \ • <*!•»»•> : Time Program 4:00 Valiant Lady • 4:15 Song Shop 4:30 Movie Quick Quiz 4:45 News Summary 4:50 Cartoon Club 5:00 Chuckwagon Tales 6:00 Hoosier Weatherman 6:10 Johnny Winn Trio '6:20 Sports j 6:30 Doug Edwards and the News 6:45 Allen Dale and the News 6:50 Gilbert Forbes and News 7:00 Burns and Allen 7:30 Talent Siputs 8:00 Public Defender . 8 :30 Life WiUi Elizabeth 9:00 Studio One 10:00 "Weather 10:10 Sports 10iT5 Forbes Wews 10:30 Jalopy Races 11:00 Night Off Time 7:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 10:35 10:45 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:20 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 4:50 5:00 6:00 6:10 6:20 6:30 6:45 6:50 7:00 7:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:10 10:15 10:30 11:00 TUESDAY. SEPT. 14 J : Program. Morning Show Garry Mojore Arthur Godfrey Weather Morning (Melodies Kitchen Window Search for Tomorrow Guiding flight Farm Reports l! <P- M.) Forbes News Welcome Travelers Billie Lawrence Hymn Time House Party Red Cross! Your Dwn] Home Cinderella] Weekend Brighter Day . j • ' Secret Storm On Your. Account ' ; Valiant Lady Song Shop Movie Quick Quiz News Summary Cartoon jjlub . Chuckwagon Tales Hoosier V^eatherman Johnny Winn Trio .Sports _ j] | Doug Edwards and News Allen Dale and News Forbes and News Guest Book Boy Scouts Frankie Maine Liberace Danger j To. Be Announced See It Now Weather] Sports 1| Forbes News Dangerous Assignment Night Ovy| Theatre INDIANAPOLIS. IND. >AY, SEI (A.M.) SEPT. 13 Time \ Program 12:00 Noon Teslj Pattern | CP. M.) Time j Program 12:45 Chapel Door 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis 1:30 Portia Faces Life 1:45 Seeking Heart .2:00 Paul Dixon 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:30 Catherinel Daniels • 3:30 Betty White Show 4:00 Pinky Lee 1 Show 4:30 Dee Sweet Show 4:45 Cartoons) 1 5:00 Early Show—Where Ever She Goes 6:15 John Daly & News 6:30 John Fraim & News 6:35 Luke Willjoh Sports 'Show 6:40 Weather & Phyllis Cline 6:45 Perry Coriio 7:00 The living Book 7:30 Voice of [Firestone, 8:00 Indianapolis Showtime *:15 TV Vationland 8:30 Masquerale Parly 9:00 Fights [j 9:45 Neutral Corner 10:00 Movie'tblie] News V 10:15 Plainclotkesman, 10:45 Late Sho%-beatn Vf ah ! Angel 12:15 Sign Off TUESDAY. SEPT. 14 (A. M.) Time Program 12:00 Test Pattern i IP. M.) ' 12:45 Chapel Door 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis j 1:30 Portia Faces Life 1:45 Seeking Heart • 2:00 Paul Dixon 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Catherine' Daniels 3:30 Betty White Show 4:00 Pinky Lee Show 4:30 Sweet Time 4:45 Cartoon! j 5:00 Early] Show—The Charge Is Murder 6:15 John paly and News 6:30 John Fraim and Nevis 6:35 Luke [Walton Sports Show 6:40 Weather and Phyllis Cline 6:45 Jo Stafford 7:00 Lone Ranger 7:30 Twenty Questions i 8:00 MakeiRoom for Daddy 8:30 Ul S. Steel Hour 9:30 Stop the Music 10:00 Movietone News 10:15 life [fyithj Father 10:45 Late Show—My Outlaw Brother ' ; . 12:15 Sign 1 pff 1 Sharpsville ! Mrs: Ford Roler , The home of Mrs. Ford Roler was the meeting place for Liberty Belles Home Demonstration club.' Hostess was MrsJ j ]Paul ; Fecher, and Mrs. Jean Rogers was co-hostess. Members| answered roll call ay giving the birthstone for the inonjh of their birthday. : ! Mrs. Roller, president,: Opemjd the meeting with the club creed. Mrs. Victor Fuller gave devotion's. History | of the song of the month ' by Mrs. Paul Fechejr. 's report was given by . Mrs. Maxine Pyke and Bercher presented t$e was related Secretary Mrs. Fuller! Mrs. Jack lesson. :| Members Rood, Mrs, present were Mrs. To n . , , , Paul Fecher, Mrs. Arthur Hayriesworth, Mrs. Victor Filler] Mrs. Maxine Pyke, Mrs. Jack Burcher, Mrs. Ford Roler, Miss Elizabeth] Pearl Roler; and Miss Linda Lou Roler. Winner of a contest was Mrs. Arthur Halynesworth. Mrs. Jack Burcher 'was awarded a special prize, j' : | I i '' Mrs. Jeaji Rogers won anniversary gift from her mystery friend. The next] meting will be at the home of Mrs. Cecil Rubush, Sep temberl 22 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Btn Thomas asjco - Hostess. Members will answer; roll call by telling how many children and grandchildren are in theiij family. Members are urged to attend as election of officers will be elected SHARPSVILLE— I i Hakel Alexander Excelsior Suriday School daks met at the Methodist church Wednesday foi meeting. ](...,. Fourteen I members and several guests Were present. Mrs. Hattie Harper returned'thanks at the noon hour. "Happy Birthday" was sung in honor of] Mrs. Elva Harper aid Mrs. Gertrude Busslcr. The business i meeting. followi d the] dinner, Which opened by repei t- eating the I Lord's prayer and a song. Devbiions Were rend by Mi s Stella Montgomery. Mrs. Mary Bietzel, a -missiona: y from Africa, gave a talk on h;r work in Africa and also told tie class how! to support and educate a girl, as the group has been educating: a ]fbreign girl. Members voted to prepare materials for bandages, to be used in sickness, ialso material for their dresses]wliich requires IVt yards of | straight material hemmed on each end.' This is worn as a.skii t. Mrs. Bietzel will take these thn js back td Africa with her when sie and her husband return. Mrs. JMa|ide Peters had char, of idle closing has Army viiit Sgt. Myfon «owlby, who been stationed with the U. S. in ! Alaska, j arrived home to !PURLIG]MLE Due to ill health i had to quit farming. I am selling at public auction on my farm located 3 miles south end 114 miles east of Creintown or one mile oortl. .nd V4 mile west Of phlox, or • Miles rior+h and 1V4 milii east of Windful on . I ! !•' I WEDNtSDAY, 5Ef T. |5th W 1:00 P MACHINERY: Oliver 70 row crop tractor, with cultivator and heat house in good shape; Olivre 14 !h. breatehg pl»W wi& raydex sheari; Allis Chalmer 60 combine in good shape; t>tty6r corn planter fixed to pull with teactbr; 8 ft. Dunnam disc like hew;l 40 ft. Liberty elevator, good; 8 ft. Coop disc; rubber tired wagon wttli hay loader and grain bed; 2 row New Idea corn picker in good shape rotary hoe, rolleif; two wheeled trailer; cUpiier fannmg mill with all screens; axle to makt Fairbanks platform scales; JtM Wat; || 3 el; forks; shovels; drills; tofts; electric chicken ^aterer^meMi^ 1 .^' good; LIVESTOCK: HOUSEHOLD cream; freezer! Wa; on make -| 9 ft. head posts; unloader; weed mower; 3 ewes, ••[•• : -..«. / i. rocking chairs; ice ; two .radios; some djshes %nd rugs. .Other things ndt GOODS: Metal bed: comforts TERMS: CASH THAMER C. DeWirrt diellash * O. B. Swlnferd, ' VeW frlyert. Clerk j •Aet -rtipienMIe in case of Acciatht : Owner Auctioneers ens, !Mr. and Mrs, Mrs, Mir. Mr. his parents, Bowlby, Wednesday Myron had monUis.He Mass, add Mrs, wen, dan. .and Mr J . Max . night _ not been hone will: report to F in 40 days fo for 13 Devi |r active Fort WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Among persons from] attended the state fair in In diahapolis were Mrs. Elva Sholty, and '^rsJ Carlton ! JTrimble, and Mrs. [Farley Smith, Mr. Mrs. Eugene Rarey, Mr. and Harold Johnson, Mr. and Ted Barrett and daughters, and Mrs. Fred Meyncke, Glen Barker, James Legg, Carl " 1 Mr. and Mrs. MaMcjn Teter, and Mrs. Shermon Bolinger, Carol Baker, Lonnie Kinder, Mr. ''' Mrs. Donald Teter, \ Mr. and Everett Summers,, Fred Keo- Kenneth JMarcum, Bill Jor- [WindfaU EKIN MrsJ Eugene Kirby Miss Iva Enright, Tipton, was an oVernight guest Tuesday in the home of MrJ and Mrs. Eveprett Kir Mr. and Mrs: Eugene tended the state fair Tuesday, were accompanied by MrsJ Leo Lively, Cicero. Kirfay at- They and Mr. Mrs. with |J Mrs. WillJFoutch and Stokes visited recently Ruby Rosebrock, who surgery at the Witham.hos^ital bannn ! ! anon. Eva Mrs. underwent ,Le- , and Mrs. Chester Myers, Kokomo, spent a day with Mrs. Maude Coats. : ' 1 ' ; 1 ' .Noi-a Recent guests of Mrs. _. were Mrs. Mildred Mace Jack, Mr. aAd Mrs. Bernaifd jand [daughter, Judy, Mr. Jack Baird [and Mr. and komo. '! I I ^s. Mary Catherine [daughter, Ruby], attended fair L Tuesday. Mr. and family property and Itb' Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miss Iva Enright attended fair Wednesdays» Fred have trip week find New Cold, ents' and family, Mrs.. Riley r lrs. Richard ave moved in Tipton. i Done! Law,: Lloyd G^instcad, Myers and Gloie returned home from in Minnesota'. Mike Cline' was a gues; with his; grandpareits, Mrs. Jasper Cline, ne|ar York] ! I- Mrs. Wilma Mirzenius, , enjoyed a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul I I ax Hodspn has been Beam fnd son, Beam Mrs. Sheridan, Be|am, Ko- Snow from Krby US LAWN MAKING TIMS! at the state fair grounds.. Mr. arid Mrs. Oscar Legion, Srj Franklin, Were weekend guests HI the home of their son, Oscar 14-i gan, Jr. arid family. 2-Billion TIPTON [Ind.) TRIBUNE 5 Monday; September \Z. in* Over Bushels of Corn Estimated for 1954 WASHINGTON (INS)— Bad wei ther, which] harmed the 1954 corn crop in July, took [a turn for tM better in August and improved tW prospects for a number [of mi£ Western [[crops, including corn. The Agriculture; Departmentl crop reporters now estimate th|s| year's corn crop at two billion 9' million bushels, whereas the August estimate had been two billion 824 million [bushels. This is^ an inU portant [increase considering thii corn prospects dropped by] 15 per| cent during the July drought Jii the midwest i [ The main corn belt fared well through [) August, With prospects improving also for soybeans arid hay in [that region. The [ deparU ment says weather conditions weie extremely favorable for growing! At the]! same time, however, la prolonged seige of | drought -in tae South and Southwest playejd havdc with cotton, peanuts anil other late-growing crops I in that regioEJ The department! lists prospeefs on August 1 as improved] si cantly for i corn,; soybeans, ha; rice, sorghum grain, tobacco a: sugar beets. In addition, I slightiM improved prospects are recordeo* for potatoes, sugarcane, [apple| pears and grapes Among the crops j which deterio: ated greatly in August are- spring wheat, cotton, flaxseed, peanuts sweetpotatdes and pecans j A fef crops also [failed slightly to mei sure up to earlier prediction] These include oats, barley, d: beans, dry . and peaches. The survey peaslibroomcorn, hops I, ,; ! • . shows that drought which developed] in July continued during' August over much of the southern part of the nation east of the Rocky Mountains. Shortages in feed crops; pastures and stock water continue to be the most serious aspects in the area. [ Crop reporters say irreparable damage to much of the corn, soybeans and late hay crops has occurred in drought areas. i The reduction in tl;e spring wheat estimate, however, has been due to infestation of stem rust, plus wet weather j which has retarded harvest in northern North Dakota, Montana and the Pacific Northwest; Stem rust and hot weather, have caused the most damage the Dakotas. i 4s ' NOTICE! ELKS BOWLERS Elks League starts howling Monday evening, Sept. 13, 7:30 p. m. • | ! c-295 ELWOOD DRIVE-IN LAST NITEH "SOUTH SEA WOMAN" Burt Lancaster Virginia Mayo BUCK NITE TONITE! STARTS 1 LOVE Debbie Donald TUESDAY MELVIN' Reynolds ; O'Connor 1ET US NEW! Ask about our fretep Baking program that brings la»p beauty, j IAWN SEED ...We^U quality seed, the land thit germinate and grow Into a permahehtturf. VIGORO.. .Complete meat is a 'must.' We rec Vigoro Coinplete Plant Food causa it supplies all the vita; nenta grass must get from aoU for balanced growth. YCH i be sure of adequate- nutriti in yon feed your lawn with Vigoro. Vigoro is easy to apply, and economical; i nourish?) irecomiiend COMt M FN KTAua JNSIMKIIMB, • VAtHTY odorleea

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